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

HOTELS AND STORES. O.T. Ltd. (Incorporating P. G. Dixon °& Co. and J. Dixon & Co.) are prepared to supply Aerated Waters and Cordiala in unlimited quantities anywhere. In view of the existing state of affairs in Australia it is advisable for Traders to make arrangements which will, ensure regular supplies. This Company has large quantities of ingredients in stocky also have their own Bottle Works, three large factories in Australia equipped with the very latestimproved machinery for turning out pure drinks, and are therefore in a very favorable position to meet all require ments. These lines are also obtainable from all Merchants. Write for Price-Lists. IIT hr/HlK Come in and talk the matter III 1/JviliK) over wjt{j us pof «ajj tjje Ollr. '"8 ^at human flesh is heir to" we have a sympathetic understanding. We keep only the purest drugs and time-proved patent preparations ; and your pre scriptions will be dispensed with our characteristic accuracy and despatch. If you...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 September 1915

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Applications for grant of lettors pa tent lodged in tho following names have been accepted by -the Commission ors. Mesrs G. G. Turn and. Co., Pat ent Attoraoys of tho Hialto, Collins Street, Melbourne, liavo prepared this report from the oiiicial records. War Ribbon- Jiar.-j.{. MeDougall, Vic., No. 16023.-To facilitate removal and replacement of war ribbons, a bar is provided with rolled edges and re j volving studs. , Tho pieces of ribbon aro secured by slotted platcfc passed j over tho studs. Tho studs are forced through tho garment and fastened with split pins. J Preparation of White Casein.-S. Hartmann, Vic., No 11336.-Skimmed j milk is heated and lactic acid added, tho curd being agitated whilo warm unlit dissociated from whey. Tho tem perature is raised to boiling for half I an hour and the whey run off. Tho precipitate is wr/jhed in boiling water (may bo salt) drained and dried. Combined AVall Plug and Turn Switch.-G. F. Begg, N.S.W., No. | 1-1393.-An ex...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XVII. AN UNWELCOME VISITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 September 1915

CHAPTER XVII. AN UNWELCOME VISITOR. Rufus Croucli, clad; in a coarsc white slop suit, liko a dock laborer or navvy, and puffing forth snioko from the short and blackened pipe, that iras his al most inseparable companion, came strid ing lip tho long and narrow valley that I^d from tho sea coast, to tliafc hollow id which his unenviable dwelling stood, Me walked moro swiftly, and more strongly too, than could have been con jectured of a roan of his build. And. indeed, it is a mistake to suppose that a cross-built, ungainly figure like that of Rufus, is necessarily unfit for speed, ?whether at a walk or run. Your flash ing Mercury, your eJean-lijnbed, per fectly-proportioned athlete, of course, leads tho van, hut there is many a shambling fellow, such as the old gold digger was, who could press hard on his heols in a'long race. Rnfus Crouch was very strong; you could toll that in spito of? his icraWike gait, by the rapidity with which ho mounted every st«>p little bit of the hilly r...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 September 1915

CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 Fat Cattle-1945 yarded. Heavy weight and long distance cattle were firmer; local cattle in some cases weak er. On the whole prices showed no material alteration. Fat Cabes-300 penned. Prices firm. Mathieson and Davis sold 140 fat cattle and calves.

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 September 1915

RAINFALL. The following rainfall at .Heyfield iR reported by Mr J. H. Pearson for the expired portion of 1915 Jan. ... 240 June ... 159 Feb. ... 34 July ... 109 Mir. ... 32 Aug. ... 144 April ... 116 Sep (to date) 233 May ... 126 Total-11.93 inches. During the present month precipi tation occurred on the followiug days : Sept. 2 5 6 12 points 12 1 5 4 1 14 1 27 17 17 20 93 9 , 8 9 10 12 13 15 16 20 25 27 28 233

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 September 1915

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivsto and perfect your ideas. Experiment The world is eager for something new-, which, however simple it may be, will savo labor or expanse, or do things better. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure-re duce waste. People who handle things in every day use are tho natural inventors of better things, and the natural capital ists of to-morrow. Read the splendid advice that Edi»on gives. Learn the procedure as to patenting in the chief countries-then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights l>y becoming a patentee. 2. If tliat workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention, put him mi the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr F. Townsend, an editor, says of the "Inventors Guide."-I am recom mending it strongly to friends. lies! of the kind I liavo ever seen. It should do a lot of good. It is an incentive telling him where he can obtain the ''In ventor's Guide." 3. For yourself obtain this book, which tell...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 September 1915

HEYFIELD MARKET. Messrs Mathieson and Davis report: We held a highly satisfactory Bale of ntore cattle and sheep at Hey field yes terday. There was a great attendance !)f buyers who operated freely on the v-r iing, which was one of wholly good quality cattle. The demand wss firm throughout, prices ruling greatly in ad vance of pievioua sales. Beyond douht this was one of the most successful sales held this year in tliiH district. We quote-200 shred and clmek ewes mid l.iiihs acct. Messrs Kelly and Kencvan LI 13s 3d, J. Fogarty's dry aged bwbh LI 5s 6d. Bullocks-40 Jack Diver t.o 1J12 10S, <»v. L10 18s, 20 Harry OliHster to L10, ttv. L8 13a 3d, John Hiihilly'd at L9 4s. Steers-11 J as. yhorten irom £5 to L6 18s, 7 Jack Diver at L5 16s. Cows-6 J. Allar (hce at L7 5s, 1 (springinc) Thos B>own £10, 2 Mrs Smith at L8, 3 Pat Cummins atL6 lis. Heifers-13 Jno Diver to L6 8s, 31 Jno Rabilly £4 2/6 to L6 10s 6d, 6 Jas Shorten at £4 4h. Calves LI 14s to L3.

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SOME "BIG" MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 September 1915

SOME "BIG" MEN. The "Bulletin" says :-Big D, G-. O'Donnell, of the Yic. Police, lias been pensioned off In his detective capa city, before he came to be sub-inspector, O'Donnell was'a thorn in the flesh of John Wren. It was lie who led a little army in blue to the Collingwood tote One midnight a dozen years ago and captured the fortress). The police held it for nine weeks, but when the garri son had been reduced to one man a party of masked Wrenites came along and bundled tha solitary representative of tha Law's majesty off the premises, after which betting whs resumed as usual. A couple of years larer O'Don nell worked up a case against the City Tattersall's Club, where Wren had started business. He got a conviction in the District Court, but Wren ap ppaled and got the conviction quashed. Meanwhile Eomebody threw a home made bombshell into the domicile of Detective O'Donnell, and Wren offered £100 reward for the discovery of the miscreant. Heigho! Those were the days of romance in ...

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SLEEP BEFORE MIDNIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 September 1915

SLEEP BEFORE MIDNIGHT. It is widely known that anaemic girls may long be treated witli want of suc cess until thoy are compelled, to culti vate the habit of going early to bed. And, though strong and vigorous young men* may with apparent impunity con ' tinue to hear tho chimes at midnight, middle ago often announces itself by ' some dullness of the faculties on tho ; days following such experiences.

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The Heyfield Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 September 1915

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING Messrs T. B. Little and Co. will con duct a clearing sale of dairy cattle for Mr E. Hudson, of Cowwair, to-day (Thursday). Everything is for absolute a-ile. Private Alf Richardson, of Heytield, was amongst the last batch of wounded returned to Melbourne from tho Dar danelles. Private Richardson was shot in the head, and, we understand, hud a rather remarkable escape. The date of Messrs T. B. Little and Co's t"'ale horse sale has been altered to Tuesday, October 19. One of the largest clearing sales of the aeustou will be conducted fcv Messrs Matbieson ami Davis at Cowwarr on Monday next, October 4: h, when Messrs D. and I?. Morgan's dairy herd uf 210 head, also pig'', separators, etc., will be disponed of. Dairymen wish ing to build up their herds should not miss this sale. The secretary of tho Toongabbie Progress Association bus received word from Mr Burne3, M.L.A., that the Toongabbie police station is to be re opened at au early date. Word was rec...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 September 1915

TURF TOPICS. As hinted in my last letter, Radnor will not see the post for the Metropo litan Handicap, the'horse having been withdrawn from this event. So it now seems certain that Radnor will be eon fined strictly to the Weight for Age de partment until his Melbourne Cup en gagement falls due. All through t/he piece, Radnor has been favourably men tioned in this column as a chance in the great Fljemington two miler, and keep ing all right up to the day, he can run for me in that Tace. Backers of Wallace-Isinglass for Spring events had a bit of a scare last week, owing to the colt being placed on the easy list for a few days following' his Rosehill Guineas victory. Fortun ately, it turned out that the Derby fav ourite is not seriously amiss. It seems that his trainer thought a light dose of physic would do the colt good, and he was eased up for a few days to admit of the treatment. All seems well ?.gain with Wallace Isinglass, but for a while there must have been a lot of uneasi nes...

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DERBYSHIRE NECK. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 September 1915

DERBYSHIRE NECK. By the term goitre is meant a chronic enlargemont of the thyroid gland, which is placed immediately over the neclt. One of the chief duties of this gland is to store and distribute tlio lime salts needed by the body. Hence, when peo ple live in districts ivhero there is an excess of inorganic lime in tlie water, enlargement of this organ is apt to occur. Tho limestone of Derbyshire district becomes dissolved in tho water supply, and so goitre "is very prevalent there, and tho name "Derbyshire neck" has often been applied to it. It will be obvious to most people that if drink ing water saturated with .unusable inor ganic lime salts is the cause of goitre, the remedy is to remove the cause. This can bo done by using distilled water ex clusively, both for cooking and drinking purposes. A good still may bo pur chased and a daily supply of distilled water in "this way is obtaiued.

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PATRIOTIC CONCERT. A PLEASING SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 September 1915

PATRIOTIC CONCERT. A PLEASING SUCCESS. The large audience which filled the Mechanics Hall on Friday eveniug Inst ^ gave further evidence of the patriotic spirit of the people of Hey fir-ld and district, and their desire to aid the noble labors of the Red Cross Society and the Voluntary .Woikors' Club, who are doing bo much to com fort and cheer the boys who are fight ing our battles at the front. The result of the concert will mean a sub stantial aid to a most deserving cause. Everything combined to make the entertainment enjoyable-fine weather, a large and appreciative audience, and a good programme. The entertainment commenced bv the singing of the National Anthem after which Mr Duckworth sang that fine old song, 'Asleep in the Deep,' for which he received well-merited ap. plause. Mr Dnlton (« visitor) dis played a pleasing voice in bis rendition of'Till the Sands of the Desert grow cold. Miss Amy Fuller, of Melbourne selected as her first item 'Heavt-n and lianh, which she sang w...

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INCREASED RAILWAY RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 September 1915

INCREASED RAILWAY RATES. According to the schedule of the new railway rates, ifc is seen that the incidence of taxation has been unfairly distributed, for while suburban lines are to be burdened with an increase of L43.700, passenger lines in the country will have to make up an additional L105.500. Still another L80.000 is to be raised by additional freight rates which apply only to country lines. Taken in the gross, therefore, the inequality between the two sets of rates is only too apparent. One in deed wonders at the audacity of a Government that dared to propose the imposition of such rates upon the hard working rural producer, who has had to endure the twin evils of bad seasons and bad legislation. A Departmental Board of inquiry to investigate applications from dairy farmers for assistance from the Govern ment for the purchase of dairy cattle to replace losses occasioned by the drought, commenced its sittings at JYaralgon yesterday.

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THE CHILDREN'S BREAKFAST. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 September 1915

THE CHILDREN'S BBEAKFAST. Porridge, with sugar and milk, makes a good breakfast diBh for growing chil dren, The porridgo mu-t bo well-cooked over night, and warmed in tho morn ing. ]t is cheap and nourishing, and helps to make bone. It prevents rickets. When a child's legs begin to bond, you say, "What a pity the child began to walk too soon." There you aro wrong. No child begins to walk too soon. Tho instinct of tho infant is a sure guido. IIo will crawl, and thon hold on to a chair while he stands, and then toddle all in his own good time. If his bones aro not stroug enough to support .his frame, it is his mother's fault for not giving him porridgo with sugar and milk. Perhaps the poor mother has a hard struggle to make tooth ends meet, and cannot get enough food for tho children. She should then apply for help. Rickets cannot be allowed to flourish as a disease in the British .Em pire. Rickots is a fearful disease. 1 have rejected many recruits, an English doctor writes,, at tho ...

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WILL CONSCRIPTION COME? [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 September 1915

WILL CONSCRIPTION COME 1 "It is certain," writes Dr Fitehett in the October issue of '"Life," " that the propositi to establish National Service will create a controversy which may well shake the national Cabinet of Great Britain to its fonndationH." This sentence was written before con scription in Great Britain became the burning topic it is to-day, aud forms part of a very shrewd and interesting forecast by the editor of "Life" in his monthly review of the great war. No magazine that comes from abroad gives such a broad, picturesque, and on the whole, accurate description of the fighting, in Europe and the national movements behind the fighting, as does "Life," and few writers posaess Dr Fitchett's gift for summing up and estimating the general situation. His review of what he terms "The War of the Seven Seas and of all the Conti nents," does not ignore the dark spots in the landscape, but, on the whole, it reflpcts quiet confidence in the final victory for the Allies, and attemp...

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 September 1915

LAW RELATING TO NEWS PAPERS. . I. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary . are considered as wishing to continue iheir subscription. 2. IF subscribers order the discon tinuance of their periodicals, tlie publisher may continue to send th.em usuil arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from theoffice ta which, they are directed, they are held respo'neible until they have settled] .Jieir bills, and ordered the periodicals! 10 be discontinued. I . . 4. if subscribers move to others places without informing publishers, and the papers are sent to their former1 direction.' the subscribers are re sponsible. 5. The courts have decided that .'.refusing to take periodicals from \he office or removing or leaving diem uncalled for is prima facie evi dence of intentional fraud." 6. If subscribers pay in advance for periodicals, they are bound to give notice to the publisher, at the end of Jhc time, that they do not wish tocon tinuetak'ing it...

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

For Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, Headache, Indigestion. Delightful Family Medicine ORDER YOUR SUIT BY MAIL!. Our large Mall-order Department has been specially organized for the benedt of Country Clients who ap preciate style, fit, and finish at a reasonable price. Our SUITS TO MEASURE from 42/ are of excellent quality materials; the fine finish and the comfortable yet perfcct fit of each SUIT leaves nothing to be desired. We are Speclalfsts In MEN'S TAILORING and BOY'S OUTFITTING, doing nothing else and doing It well. Write for patterns and self-measure ment forms-post free. SUITS, ready-to-wear, Ballarat Serge, smartly cut. 25/. TROUSERS, Men's, Good Tweed, 3/11, 5/8, 7/6 HATS, Hard Felt, latest shape, 4/6,6/6,8/8, Panamas, 10/8 SHIRTS, Zephyr, soft fronts, stlfTcuffs. 2/11, 3/6 HUGH NICHOLLS, 204-206 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE (Next Waxworks). Wholesale Only-Petersen and Co., Jt*cy. Lid., Melbourne COME people hesitate to give a Proprietary Medicine to Very Young Children...

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RANDOM READINGS, [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 September 1915

RANDOM READINGS, Silas Snell writes : We talk of the glory of war, but how many of us think seriously and earnestly of the horrors, compared to which the hardships en dured by individuals at the loweHt ebb of fortune are a mere bagatelle. There are thousands in Belgium in a state of absolute destitution. Then again, our soldiers who are fighting on the gore stained crags of Gallipoli are fighting for their lives. When they wake in the trenches in the morning they do not know whether they will live to see the sun go down, or whether their end will be sudden or prolonged and pain ful. Said a certain duchess to the Duke of Wellington, "Tell me, is it not a glorious thing to win a great victory ? How I should like to be a great general !" "Madam," Bnid the Duke, sadly, "there is nothing in the world so dreadful as a great defeat, except a great victory." He no doubt thought of Waterloo, for when the Duke (one of the sternest men that ever lived) saw the roll of the dead, he wept like a ...

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

Auctioneers. lfatl|iesoii aijd Davis AUCTIONEERS. STOCK AND STATION AGENTS :SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, M. Traraltroa, Mra, Heyfield, And 5 St. James'Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. 210 Dairy Cattle. GENUINE CLEARING SALE One of the Finest Dairy Herds in C^ppsland COWWARR. MONDAY, OCTOBER 4TH. (On Arrival of Mid-day train from Mel bourne.) "j% ,TATHIESON and DAVIS have been IVI favored with instructions from Messrs D. and F. Morgan, who are giving up dairying, to sell on the farm, quarter mile from Cowwarr railway station - The WHOLE of their Grand HERD of Dairy Cattle, Separator, Pigs, etc., comprising ioo Cows, majority calved within six weeks, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th calf, Ayr shire cross, and in great condition 50 Springers, 2nd, 3rd and 4th calf, close up, Ayrshire cross, and in great condition 10 Heifers. 2^yrs old, springing, own breeding 25 Heifers, 2yrs old, progeny of above . cows 25 Heifers, 1 year old, progeny of above .cows 15 Fat Cows, empty 12 Steers, i>&am...

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