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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas. Experiment The world is eager for something new, which, hccvever simple it may be, will save labor or expense, or do things belter. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure-re duce waste. People who handle things in every day U8q are the natural inTontors 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 rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If thafc -workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention, put him oil the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr F. Townsend, an editor, says of the "Inventors Guide."-I ain recom mending it strongly to friends. Best of the kind I have ever seen. It should | do a lot of good. It is an incentive telling him whore ho can obtain the '"Tn j renter's Guide." 3. For yourself obtain this book, whioh tel...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MILLIONAIRE'S MEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915

A MILLIONAIRE'S MEAL. An old man, whoso millions were all the timo rolling up other millions for him not long since happened to notica the dinner packet of a boy who had lately entered his oilicc, and who lived a long way. from the office. Tho boy was out at the moment, and a certain reminiscent, half-tender curiosity - temp tod the millionaire to undo the pack age. There were two meat sandwiches, some bread and cheese, and an apple turnover. The old man smiled; for a minute he was,a, boy again, and tlio littlo -packet beforo him was like the one ho had himself carried 50 years ago. Tho new office-boy's fneo was a study when ho returned and saw his dinner being consumed'. . "That's my dinner you're eating-" ho exclaimed indignantly. "I know it, my boy," returned tho otber, still smiling, "but you must let mo finish it now"-taking another bite at tho turnover. "Here's enough to get you another dinner"-and ho hand ed tho astonished youngster a sover eign-"only it won't bo as good a on...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Applications tor grant of letters pat ent, which have. been lodged in the Fol lowing faamos, Jjave been accepted by the Uoinmissioner. Messrs G. G. Turrie and Co., patent attorneys, Mo 1. of Australia, of the Kialto, 4U'J Collms Street, Melbourne, iiitvo prepared tins report from the < ili cial records: Adjustable .Length Swmglo Tree.-E. J. Oxley; Vic., iS'o. 16485 Accommodates . any number or horses and render it v.n necessary to keep a set ot swmglo treoj of different sizes. Tho shackles ;.ro bolted to the end ol: a telescopic cube, tJio parts of which aro secured by a bolt passing through ono of the various Holes. Rotary Deflecting Lawn Sprinkler. | W. and J. G. Moir, Vic., No. 16077. A sprinkler of a simple make with ball bearings, and a boro and nipple within tho shank of a deflector. Kidgq Ventilator.-VVundcrlicli limi ted, asignoo ot J. fiyslop, Vic., Ac. 1G600.-Cbrer supporting straps ai'o riveted at intervals to longitudinal saddle pieces to...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915

Auctioneers. iTOCK AND STATION AGENTS 'SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, Sale, Traraboa, Mr&, Heyfiold, And 5 St. James'Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent, SALE HORSE SALE, FRIDAY, OCT. 8TH. MATHIESON and DAVIS and ADAM SON, STRETTLE AND CO. will hold their next Horse Sale at Sale on above date. All horses left with P. O'Connor, Heyfield, ill be taken down free. Good grass paddock provided. HEYFIELD WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13. MATHIESON AND DAVIS will sell a's above SO Prime Bullocks . and Cows from leading graziers 50 Fat Wethers And direct from the Breeder 30 Speyed Cows, Shorthorn ^ 15 Empty Cows GREAT SUB DIVISIONAL SALE OP SPLENDID G1PPSLAND PRO PERTY, Cairnbrook Estate, 2j/< miles from Flynn Railway Station, 4 miles from Glengarry railway station, 6]/2 miles from Rosedale railway station. DAIRYING, FATTENING AND MAIZE LAND. AT MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, TMRALGON WEDNESDAY,"~OCT. 13TH. MATHIESON and DAVIS have been favored with instructions to sell by public auction a...

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A Mother's Duty, [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915

A Mother's Duty, It has often been said thai; a mother's work is never done, l't is equally true that 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. Her back need only be turned for a moment when something happens. Her child has fallen down and revived 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 aome more serious case. Alone with out suitable remedy is a drendful pre dicament for the poor mothor, and yet to-day thero need bo no cause for alarm whatever owing to the advent tho wonderful OZONIA riRST-AID OUTFITS, ? which not only contain a supply of the Greatest External and Internal Remedy, "Ozonia," but also' a pack ago of lint. 12 yards of bandaging, a roll of...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915

' Church Services. Methodist Church. -Rev Millikan u and 7.30 Catholic Church-Cowwarr g, Heyfield 11.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915

Here's . the 'Alfa'! \J IIENEVEH you ' w think Separa tors, think '' Alf a. SHMBHsaii Laval.'-' The "Alfa" is so sbn ply constructed, so easy to work, so strong, so everlasting, and yet so cheap, that -when you got yours, your Soparator troubles frill bo over. The "Alfa" gets ALL the cream with tho minimum of labor, and save3 enough in general efli ciency over other* to pay for it self every roar. Certainly, ?we'll send one for free trial! J. BARTRASI & SON., ltd-. 588 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE, ?L.W. iimill.J ® Pit Water Lifted 500 ft PUMPED A MILE. at a Cost of Id, per boor r\UR FARM PUMP ^ KNG1NE w2l<feth» as well na cut chaff, uw wood, worlc shearing mi' ihines. &c. It eati be. at tached to a windmill or al most any pump in 3 minutes. Needs no mechanic to fix of operate, and works all day without attention. Hun Price, £35 ,0^tn^ »Ui with Magneto, f*ct.on. If intefejed in water pupp'y or irrigation, state [ your working conditions and we will quota. We s...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915

Thanks. MRS Jas. Bishop desires to convey to her many friends her sincere thanks for the many expressions of sympathy, telegrams, and letters of condolence re ceived in her recent sad bereavement.

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CHAPTER XVIII. THROUGH THE MIST. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915

UHAi'.TEll XV111. THROUGH THE MIST. "Don't giro that horso to niv daugh ter, 1 beg you, Mr JJurt." Such had been the words of anxious Lady Piminy. "Certainly not, ray lady," Jiad been the respecttul answer of the eminently respectable stud-groom, but when it camo to sorting the steeds for the riding party Irojn Thorsdalo Park, Mr JJurt was puzzled. There was i>lenty ot sound liorses, only lit tor a male rider. There were three or four lame horses, which, if only right all round, could have oarried' a lady. A$ it was, the supply of side-sad'dlc nags was- not quite, equal to the demand. "Tlte white-JLiily, 1 mean-lot? Miss Piminy. Young Airs Scoresby can liavo the chestnut from London-it fidgets; but she has often been out with the hounds i am told, so it won't matter. Lady Paget tfce black mare; "Aliss Mar tin, the roan cob; Miss Leader, the cream-colored pony, and lor Miss Mow bray the mettled grey." 'i don't know -about putting Miss Mowbray on the mettled grey, Mr Burt' demurred...

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The Heyfield Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915

PUBLISHED EVEKY THURSDAY MORNING Savs the Dubbo ''Liberal " :-There isn't a more popular cleric in the State tlian Rev A. H. Giibble, Hector of Coonamble. "Father" Gribble they affectionately call him up there. There isn't a better worker in the matter of recruiting either. He is a hard and earnest worker for the maintenance of the Empire's liberties. His Words and his deeds carry conviction, and by reason of the public sympathy for him in his sorrow at the kiss of his gallant son, Norman-a sorrow which he bears bravely and in silence-he is one of the most effective recruiters in the West. A painfully sudden death occurred at Glenmaggie on Thursday last, when Mr Jas Bishop succumbed to a sudden attack of hremorrhage, brought on by a severe fit of coughing. Deceased at tended a cattle sale in Hey field on the previous day, and, except for a severe cold, appeared to be in his usual health. Deceased leaves a wife, but no family. The funeral took place at the Glen maggie cemetery on Fri...

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THE JET-HUNTER'S FOSTER SON CHAPTER XVII. (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915

THE JET-HUNTER'S FOSTER SON (JHAPTKK XVII. (UontinU'Kl) "Not a doubt about it," ho jnuttt. 3 i -"all that sum of seventy thousand j>ounds, consolidated throe pox cents.' with all unclaimed back dividends therefrom oceruing, belongs as certainly to Violet, only daughter-" Hero tho lonely student's interested commentary on the legal document m his dutch was interrupted by a whin ing cry from the dogs without, a tap at the door, tho lifting of the latch, and it was Obadiah Jodson's towering figure that now darkened tho door way. "Here, Kufus, man!" said tho deep resonant voice of tho captajn of the jet hunters; "you must be do,at' or busy. 1 knocked boforo, and 1 gave the word before I cayio in.- Howcvor, all's well; only time is short." "What's up captain?" confuscdly de manded tiio occupant of tho hut, as ho huddled together tho law papers that '.ay before him on tho untidy table, and looked askance at. the new-comer. "1 was asleep, 1 think, and didnt heai; you, and1 tho bar wasn'...

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BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915

BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. Dr Best, treasurer, acknowledges re ceipt-of the following amounts to the above fund : - PrHviously acknowledged £138 3 6 Mr M. Davis (5s week) 10 0 Mr M'lvor (2/6 week) 5 0 Di B«st ("2/6 week) ... 5 0 Mr Buchanan (1/ week) 4 0 . Mr Justice (monthly) 5 0 Mr Henderson (1/ week) i 0 £139 16 6

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915

TURF TOPICS. The opening of the AJ.C. spring meeting at Randwick on Saturday, and the October meeting ot' the V.R.O. at Ivlemiiigfcoii on the same day, afforded indications" for the big and import ant events to be derided later. The attendance at Randwick was es timated at 42,000, and the Y.R.C. meet ing was well attended, and an improve ment on that of last year, so that the Spring racing season has opened well. The Piemington meeting was remark able for fast times, the distance in the October Stakes-a mile and a-quarter being left behind in 2 min. 6% sees; T.he meeting was also noted for some big dis appointments for backers, as only two favourites got home, and the books had a good day. Traquette was made a warm favorite for the October Stakes, but the event showed that her backers'had misplaced their- confidence on this occasion. Tra quette, although flattering the hopes of numerous supporters by a good lead at one stage, could not get nearer than fourth. 'The winner of the Octo...

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WAGNER'S PERSONALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915

JtfAGNEE'b PERSONALITY. SoiheJiing of tne complex person fclity of Wagner way be gatnoreu iron) kn article by A[r. initsi Acwuiua lii tiic ..Contemporary iieview." "'.mere bave boeii *9 uno or two musicians as great as lie," says Mr. iNewmun, ""but Cei'Lauiiy no niun wno over wrote mu »ic aau a personality so couipiu-x, 01 managed to till tiio sta^ »o en.«ct»veiy boi.ii uuruig and af ier meiiiuo. During a. great part 01 uis iue xne words most, frequently uii ms lips .vere 'renunciation' and 'resignation.' jSo man iiad ovt>v less understanding of tlie real meanings ol the words. Tim shy apostle of renunciation and resignation couid not bear to live anywhere but in the very centre of the limelight. it is not a personality that one can wholly Lfce, but ot the power and fascination of it there can be no question. Wag ner's was the hungriest and most ra pacious soul that eve( inhabited a musician's body. Talking for ever ol love and the glory of its sacrifices, he laid his friends tju...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915

LAW RELATING TO NEWS PAPERS. j. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to continue ?.heir subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discon tinuance of their'periodicals, the, publisher may continue to send theraj until arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect ;o take periodicals from the office in .vhich they are directed, they are held ?jspomible until they have settled heir biils, and ordered the periodicals 1 <> be discontinued. 4. IT subscribers move to other ,>!aces without informing publishers,. .. ml the papers are sent to their former5 ;. ihectio:;. the subscribers are sponsible. 5. The courts have decided that .* refusing to take periodicals from the office or removing or leaving [hern uncalled for is prima facie evi dence of intentional fraud." if subscribers pay in advance for ntriodicals, they are bound to give notice to the publisher, at the end of ;he .time, that they do not wish tocon ciriueta...

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POLITENESS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915

POLITENESS. A young girl was taking a trip acrost the Atlantic. The sea was quite rough and many were seasick. The girl was unusually quiet for her, so her father thought. He watched her a few mo ments in silence, then asked: "Are yon feeling siok, Marion P" "Well, not exactly sick, but I shouM hate to yawn," she replied. A certain witty judge was trying i case recently where a dealer suod steamship company for the loss of some Eigs in a fir* on hoard a cross-Ghaune! sat. It came out m evidence t-ha: the steam9r had a large deck-load, ami here the damage was greatest. . The judge thus began his charge t< the jury: "Gentlemen, to put these pigs on deck was a rash aot, but to fry thea vai a rasher." Heml your Job Printing to the HKRALD Office. It \v;l! he promptly >u<cl neatly executed

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915

£ (&' in Carries your | Not only do wc excel in the carefu' dispensing of Prescriptions, Wit in tht matter of Pure Drugs, Patent Medi cines and Preparations, etc., we offer [ or.iy the best at the lowest of prices. Why not support your local Chemist by purchasing ; i"Patent Medicines, Children's Foods, Toilet (Requisites from him, instead of from the storekeeper when the prices are the same. It is the Chemist's Business to supply these specialities, and by supporting him you are keeping a qualified man in your town, who may be a great convenience should illness occur in your home. Before purchasing elsewhere, such an emergency is worth considering. A. STEINTHAL, CHEMIST & DRUGGIST, - HEYFIELD. Busmpss Notices. SPRING SHOWINGS AT Leslie's [\ AD1ES of discriminating taste in dress were delighted L* with the variety of our New Season's Garments, Mil-" linery, and Dress Fabrics. It is a proved fact that whenever you see it in our Stock, the authoritiveness of the style, ...

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VICTORIAN SCHOOL CHILDREN PAY FOR HALF A HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915

VICTORIAN SCHOOL CHIL DREN PAY FOR HALF A HOSPITAL. The Defence department is estab lishing a hospital at Caulfield for our wounded soldiers. The executive com mittee of the Education Department's War Relief Fund at its recent meeting unanimously decided to give £10,000 towards the erection of wards, these wards to be named "'The Victorian State School Children's Wards." Each of theBe wards, 24 in all, will cost from £800 to £1000 to build and equip, BO that the offer of the schools is to pay for practically half the hospital. At the very least the young patriots will be providing for 300 wounded. From October 2nd to 9th each s bool in the State will make a special effort to raise the balance of the Rum voted. The week will be known as Hospital week. In addition to the above the following amounts were voted :-Overseas Club Tobacco Fund L15, Belgian Babies' Milk Fund L10, Belgian Relief Fund L200, Cdftiforts for Casualty Clearing Station, Gallipoli, L200, Lady Stanley's Fund for Aust...

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MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915

MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. ENGINEER'S REPORT. Grogan's Bridge-On Heyfield side -the intention is to cut down the hill, .and with the material to widen the ap proaches each way. If the council thinks a protection is required a spar fence would answer the purpose for the time being. I authorised the filling of .cracksiu the bottom and top booms of the bridge with asphalt so as to prevent water lodgment. At the Bmall deviation into Garvey's on the road to' Ryan's-M'Donald's Flat locality-the fence erected by Mr Garvey has been placed off the survey lines. I Bpoke to Mr Garvey about the matter, and he acknowledged hav ing instructed Dire to depart from the lines of the survey. As the land was purchased by, and has been transferred ?to the council for the purpose of avoid ing prohibitive grades, Mr Garvey should be notified to remove his fence to the correct lines without delay. The survey has been checked with the title held by the council. Glenmaggie-Licola Road.-Surveys have been made, lin...

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