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A Mother's Duty. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

It has often been said that a mother's work is never done. It is equally' true that a mother's anxiety aibout the welfare of her children is never relaxed. This is largely owing to conditions which are quite beyond her control. Her back need only be turned for a moment when something happens. Her child has fallen down and received a cut or bruise or some other injury, or may even have been burnt or scalded. Perhaps it has eaten unripe fruit, or has got wet and become feverish, or it may be suffer ing great pain from toothache, ear ache or chilblains, whilst the doctor may be miles away or engaged upon some more serious case. Alone with out suitable remedy is a dreadful pre dieament for the poor mother, and yet to-day there need be no^ cause for alarm whatever owing to the advent of the wonderful OZONIA FIRST-AID OUTFITS, which not only contain a supply of the Greatest External and Internal Remedy, "Ozonia," but also a medi cine measure or eye-bath, package of lint, a roll of bandagi...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Applications for grants of letters patent, which have been lodged in the following 11 amos, have been aceopted by the Commissioner. ' Messrs. G. G. Turn and Co., patent attorneys, No. .1 of Australia, of-the Rialto, 499 ColJins Streot, Melbourne, have prepared this report- from the official records: Tubular Gate Ilinge: Hi li. Stone and H. R. Taylor, Yic. No. 13413.-To prevent loss during transport,' the hinges are tubular and threaded on the hinge style before the ends are closed. Stump-jump Plough: J. C. Davis, W.A. No. 13785.-To release tho' tool speedily the share arm is pivoted to the jump beam and 'connected to a lover which causes share to swing back when: it rises. Gores for Castings: Langston, Ltd., assignee of J. W. Langston, N.S.AV. No. 13S20.'=-To make columns and pipe cores the sand is ole'vated to a hopper, from which, it drops down a vrctical shoot on to a core barrel prepared with adhesive clay and rotated against a . former board. ! Digestive P...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

WEDDING. WILSON-TIMBS. The marriage of Mr J. T. Wilson, of ' Orchard "Valley," Glenmaggie, and Miss Jessie May Tirnbs, daughter of Mr and Mrs Timbs, of "Lorraine Park,' Heyfield, was celebrated on Saturday afternoon last at the Presbyterian. Church, Traralgon. The Rev James Smith was the officiating clergyman,, and Mr Timbs gave his daughter away.. The bride was attended by Miss Gladys Tiraba and Miss Maggie Tulloch, of Sale. Mr T. M Fulton, of Melbourne, was best man, and Mr W. J. Shaw, of' Glenmaggie, groomsman.. The church was nicely decorated, and there was a. considerable number of spectators to. witness the interesting ceremony. At i the conclusion of the ceremony, MiBS^ Canfield played the Wedding March, and the newly-married couple received the congratulations of their friends and relatives. A sumptuous wedding tea was laid in the school room adjoining the church, at which Mr Shaw presided. After the loyal toast had been honored by singing the National Anthem, the usual' fel...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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THE KANGAROOS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

THE KANGAROOS. Come on, you kangaroos, come on, Resounded o'er the sea, When shouted by Australia's sons Who Btormed Gallipoli. Baked by shrapnel, shot, and shell, Their heads they did not lose, Tlio' comrades thick around them fell, On went the kangaroos. Over the cliffs and through ravines, Up the gullies, then down, Searching for Turks behind the screens Were the Austral boys in brown. They fell like a resistless wave Upon the Turks entrenched, Asked no quarter and none they gave, Tho' the ground with blood was drenched. They Bmote the Turkeys right and left, And hundreds soon were slain, Then took a spell-and on like h Went the kangaroos again, On they went from trench to trench, Determined not to stop, Till they took the guns from Turks and Huns, And now they're on the top. Of old Gallipolee or Gallipoli, Call it any name you choose, There is not a hill beneath the sky That could stop the kangaroos. So come you kangaroos, come on, S"our King and country calls,*; Be with your pa...

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BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. Dr Beat, treasurer, acknowledges re ceipt of the following amounts to the above fund : Previously acknowledged £136 13 & Mr M. Davis (5s week) 10 0 Mr M lvor (2/6 week) 5 0 Di Best (2/6 week) ... 5 0 A Sympathiser ... 10 0 £138 3 &

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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RANDOM READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

RANDOM READINGS. (By Silas Snell). The "London Times" hears faint echoes of Mr. Hughes' referenda pro posals, and learns that Mr. Fisher, bow ing meekly to the caucus, proposes to ship ballot papers to the Dardanelles, and to conduct a poll in the trenches. It wonders, and throwing aside reports of debates in the House of Commons, exclaims: "We find nothing but contro versy, violent and partisan, remote alto gether from the bold vision which sent clear-sighted and dauntless men to death in the dreadful trenches of Gallipoli. It asks, in bewilderment, is it While fighting about amendments of the Constitution while the national exist ence trembles in the balance. In Great Britain, Radicals, Conservatives and Laborites sit in the one Cabinet. In France there is but one party, ana that the nation. In Germany the Soci alists are dying for the Fatherland, though it is governed by an autocrat whose domestic policy they hate with a hatred that has led many of them to sacrifice all that ambi...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE. A good deal of ppeculation has been indulged in concerning the mysterioua disappearance, about four or five weeks ago, of a young girl from Footscray, whom, it is alleged, WHS inveigled by a man at present unknown, to take a position as housekeeper at Kilmany. The man and girl were last seen in company driving al«ng the Sale road in the direction of Hey field. On the following day the uian returned the trap to the livery stables at Sale, and is supposed to have left the same after noon by train for Melbourne. . The Maffra "Spectator" aays that on Satur day week a clue was obtained, but it 18 not likely to lead to any specific result. The head master of the Myrtle Bank State school discovered a dress basket under a culvert on the Maffra Sale road, and communicated with the Sale police. Constable Grey was sent out and took the find to Snie. T!>3 v father of the girl was communicated with, and identified the ciotluis as be longing to hia daughter; also, her...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

TURF TOPICS. Those who have already acecpted the liability on behalf of Garlin in^tlie Caulfield Cup are no doubt feeling un comfortable about their investments just now. Garlin is a sure starter for the Epsom Handicap, an event he seems likely to win. ? As before pointed out, victory in this race would .involve Gar lin in such a penalty that his Caulfield Cup chance would be greatly lessened. He might still run it. lUt mile and a nalf race, even if he does all that is ! expected of him in the Epsom, but the f-xtra weight in the - Victorian event may prove more than enough for him. As expected, Traquette's chief mis sion this week is the Caulfield Cup. At ;>st. lib. the flying daughter of Traquair bears an attractive appearance in the Toorak Handicap, but the present in tention is to pass the mile event by in favor of the Cup. This means that Tra quette will, in the meantime, confine her attentions to Weight for Age races. We will probably see her out next in the October Stakes a...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas. Experiment. The world is eager for something new, which., however simple it may be, will save labor or expense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure-re duce waste. People who handle things in every day use are the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capital ists of to-morrow. Read the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to patenting in the chief countries-then secure your own legal monopoly for your Tights by becoming a patentees. 2. If thafc workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention, put him on the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr F. Townsend, ail editor, says of the "Inventors Guide."-T am recom mending it strongly to friends. Best of the kind I have ever seen. Ifc should do a lofc of good. It is an incentive telling him where he can obtain the "In ventor's Guide." 3. For yoitrself obtain this book, which tells...

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CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.50 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.50 Fat Cattle-1930 yarded. Prime local qualities ruled on a par with late rates, while heavy and long distanced cattle aiiowed a declino on previous high prices. Prime pens bullocks L'26 to L'27 10s, extra to L33 10h, odd beasts to £36, good L22 to £25, light and handy LI9 to L'21 10s, seconds and inferior LI2. Prime pens cows-. L21 to L22, odd beasts to L30, good L16 to LIS, others from L10. Fat Calves-310 penned, prices generally easier.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

ECZEMA. Mrs. ELIZABETH ROBINS, of 256 Gouger Street, Adelaide, S.A., writes the story of her terrible suffer ings, 24/12/12. Eight years she was a martyr to the agony of Eczema, until she received relief from the almost ceaseless pain of this awful affliction through the use of CLEMENTS , TONIC The volu ntary offering of this remark able letter by Mrs. Robins is evidence itself of her gratitude, and it is also proof that in cases where the blood is impure and skin disease is in tensified by this condition, the blood purifying powers of Clements Tonic are rapidly asserted. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., , "Your medicine bat been a great blessing to me. I suffered with Eczema for eight years ; my legs were swollen to an awful size and covered with watery blisters that would keep on breaking. All that time I was con fined to my bome, never being out except when taken to the hospital. They declined to take me in and pro nounced me incurable. Yonr medicine was recommended to me by Nurse Grace, who...

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A DRAUGHT PREVENTER. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

A DRAUGHT PREVENTER. Many doors through shrinkage- of woocl are quite two incites from the floor, allowing dirt and draught to enter. To prevent this, first fold about three thicknesses of paper, jifst the width of the door, and two indies deep, and cover with baizo or serge, as near the color of the door as pos sible. Sew on three small rings, one about a quarter of aji inch from eacli end, and one in the middle. Fasten into the door three small hooks with well turned ends, and hang on by the rings. This draught preventer thus moves with the door, and is kept well in place.

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HEYFIELD MARKET. SOME HIGH PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

HEYFIELD MARKET. SOME HIGH PRICES. Messrs T. B. Little and Co report We held auother highly successful sals of fat cattle at Hey field yesterday. To head of mostly excellent quality cattle were penned, to the usual goou attend ance of butchers, and a very large pro portion disposed of at very high rates. Mr Geo Zacher topped the market with a splendid cow which realized £22 2s 6d. This animal was secured by Mr Golquhuon, of Drouin. Another cow acct same owner was purchased by Mr Tattetson, of Warragul, for £20. Other sales over L20 per bead were Messrs Ciyne Bros. 1 cow L20 10s, purchaser Mr W. Matchett, Warragul Mr J. T. Wilson 1 cow L2.0 10.-!, and 2 cows L20 2s 6d, purchasers Mr Col quon and Messrs Boyce Bros, of Brandy Creek respectively. Mr Wil HOII's 11 head averaged over £16. Messrs G'lyne Bios sold 17 iiead, in*, eluding the cow already referred to. Mi'J no M'Michael's 15 head of nice quality heifers sold to LI5 2s 6d, and averaged well. Other sales were-Mr Mr Athol Bowman's...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

Auctioneers* aiid Davis AUCTIONEERS. STOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, ' Sale, "milm, Haffra, Beyfisld, -And 5 St. James' Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. 1 ? ??-..« I I II- I I I . . ? I M ? CLEARING SALE AT HEYFIELD SALE YARDS; To-day, Thursday,. MR JAS. GARVEY'S SPLENDID "SHORTHORN DAIRY HERD., MATHIESON and DAVIS have re ceived instructions to sell for Mr Jas Garvey, who has decided to give up dairying, by public auction at their Hey field Yards on the above' date, on the arrival of the Melbourne Train, the whole of his ' SPLENDID DAIRY SEES, comprfsing 50 Tip-top Shorthorn Milkers and ' . Springers, and including 30 Milch Cows, in full profit, newly calved, on 2nd or 3rd calf, heavy milkers 20 Springing Cows, due to calve within the next month 1 Shorthorn Bull Also 30 Pigs, including Sows in young, Stores and Slips Cream Cans, etc. The Auctioneers can strongly recommend any one in want of good dairy cows of the pure milking shorthorn strain to at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

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MDLLE IRMA CARON. RETURN VISIT TO HEY FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

MDLLE. IRMA CARON. RETURN VISIT TO HEY FIELD. Mademoiselle Irma Caron, the bril liant French singer and violinist, will make a return visit to Hey field on Friday night, October Sth, supported by an exceptionally clever company of artists,- Her recital should be very well patronised,, as Mademoiselle made such a universal conquest of the public and preBs on her former visit to Gipps land. Referring to her entertainment the " Border Morning Mail," Albury, of a receut date, Bays : "It was a delightful entertainment, varied and artistic, which was present ed at the Albury theatre by Mdlle. lima Caron. The audience was full of appreciation, and warmly acknowledged the merit of the performance as a whole. She possesses a sweet, liquid, soprauo voice ; as an actress she is dainty and graceful; and as a violinist she has soul, talent, and skill. Her programme covered a range which served to finely display her varied gifts and accomplishments, and included the Jewel Song from Faust, Gounod'...

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The Heyfield Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING Attention is directed to tiie alter ation of the date of Messrs Hammond Bios' clearing sale. Thin Hale will be conducted by Messrs T. B Little and Co. on Monday, September 27tli, when the whole of the dairy herd, farm im plements, and sundries will be disposed of. Mr Tom TJmphelby, a popular sportsman of Rosedale, won the sparrow shooting championship of Australia on Saturday last.- A field of 22 shooters, comprising the majority of Victoria's cracks and a few from other States, tested their skill, and Uruphelby got home, grassing 17 birds out of the possible 21. One of the most successful sales of stock held in Gippsland took place at Tinamba on Wednesday, 15th, when Messrs Tbeo B. Little and Co,, (Tra ralgon branch) disposed of Messrs Gannon Bros' dairy herd and pigs. Cows brought up to £15 and pigs to £9. The majority of the dairy cow? went to Western district buyers. Has the war affected women's dress ? This is a question that will interest all w...

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A Mother's Duty. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 September 1915

A Mother's Duty. It has often been said that a mother's work is never done. It is equally true tliat a mother's anxiety about the welfare of her children is never relaxed. This is largely owing to conditions which are quite beyond her control. Iler back need only be turned for u moment when something happens. Iler child has i'ullen down and received a cut or bruise or some other injur}', or may even have been burnt or scalded. Perhaps it has eaten unripe fruit, or has got wet and become feverish, or it may be suffer ing grent pain from toothache, ear ache or chilblains, whilst the doctor may be miles away or engaged upon some more serious case. Alone with out suitable remedy is a dreadful pre dicament for the poor mother, and yet to-day there need be no cause fo* alarm whatever owing to the advent of the wonderful OZONIA FIRST-AID OUTFITS, which not only contain a supply of the Greatest External and Internal Remedy. "Ozonia," but also a medi cine measure or eye-bath, package of lint...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 September 1915

,, . Water Lifted 500 ft. ffy3 p,jMpEDAMiiE «!? ?! a Cost of Id. per tour Price, £35 ivii.0 Magne Jo. KNCINE will do this 1 «s »vrll as cut chaff, law J work shearing mt» < hutrs, iVc. If can bo at* t4ched to a windmill or al most Any pump in 3 minutes. Needs no mechanic to fix or | operate, «nd worL® oil day i without attention. Hun ? ficdi sold mid giVj'ac islii (acton. If inlrrrsed in *\v.tlrr s-upp'y or irrigation, stftte your workinu conditions and wc will quote. I We stock bte*ia. I V-:rc»l and Hot Air Eng;n-s; ^Cens/ifuaal # I'mm ps. and " Myers*," I "Gould'*.*' ajkJ "OemicsV Piimrs (f»r all tervicts. [ Mackie's ?*oc'< nnd \Vati«r Borer. Working Heads , and plant* for dacp v-fli and puirping a specialty. | Immense slocks ''Cliantnyc*' Windmills and water I 8 supp'v accessories.^ Wn erect p'dnt- if required and J 3 civ- e sy terms. Catalogs and rap*rt advice free. j Langwill Bros. & Davies JS; | 1 10-1 14 Sttiri 5t. In or Princes Bridge), Sth. Mel...

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THE JET-HUNTER'S FOSTER SON CHAPTER XVI. (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 September 1915

THE JET-HUNTERS FOSTER SON Uy IKWliN OLAKKE. CHAPTER XVI. (Contimied, "Yes, Miss Mowbray, you are quiti right, and 1 was quite wrong, I should make, a sorry figure as a curatu and deservo your ridicule. We never know ourselves. I may foel a desire for a quiet -life of peaceful usefulness, and be absurd, quite unintentionally, for wishing to become a humble' worker in the world's vineyard." There was somewhat of sadness in the speaker's tone, and Violet, whose sym pathies were quick and tender, was about to say a gentle word or two, wlion sudden liolp arrived. It arrived in the person of Lord David Tod Hunter, tall, portly, jovial, liis amber tinted whisk ers tinged with grey, and his white waistcoat glistening in the sun. He was not alone. He came at the head of a party of the younger visitors, amongst whom Charlie Fitzgerald nad the Piniiny girls wcro conspicuous. "I say, Mortmain," began the blithe, but impecunious, brother of his solemn Grace of Pentland, ".since you are grand vi...

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