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AUSTRALIAN LOANS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915
AUSTRALIAN LOANS. For the first time tbe Premiers of the Australian States have met, have conferred with the Federal Treasurer, and have gone their several ways un refreshed by any golden shower. The fact is significant. Up to this, the people of the Commonwealth have fared like spoilt children of the gods. There has been an almost unprecedent ed drought, a quite unprecedented war, but, so far as the. financial prosperity of Australian cities goes, the latter .went far to neutralise and to conceal the eSects of the former. Just at the crucial moment Great Britain volun teered a loan of £24,000,000, and though the vast sum went uriproduc tively in war expenditure, it made pre sent employment for manufacturers and their employes, created keen de mand at high prices for ail the primary products required by 100,000 men in camp. In brief, whatever heart pangs it may have caused, the war made an end of the unemployed as distinct from the unemployable, and let politicians and not a few of ...
HIGH PRICES FOR DAIRY STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915
HIGH PRICES FOR DAIRY STOCK. Messrs Tbeo B. Little and ' Co., through their Traralgon auctioneer, Mr H. M. Campbell, report having held a most successful clearing sale at Cow warr for Messrs Hammond Bros, when they disposed of their fine herd of dairy cows, horses, implements, etc. The milkers and springers made the fine average of L13 2s. Numerous buyers were not supplied at the sale, conse quently they will be available for the tirm's forthcoming sales. Taking into consideration the conditions under which the sale was held, the vendors are more than pleased with the result. Tht> highest price for the cows was £18, good conditioned heifers made L9 18s, 2yr old steers L6 2u 6d, year ling steers £4 Is, bull L13 13s, fat lambB LI 12s and LI 10s, aged eweB and lambs LI 12s 6d, sow L9 14s, bacon pigs £6 14s, draught Btallion 54£ guineas, hacks to £15 15a. Messrs Mathieson and Davis report: We held a very successful sale on Mon day last for Messrs Morgan Bros., Cow warr, when we dispo...
MDLLE. IRMA CARON. ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915
MDLLE. IRMA CARON. ENTIRE CHANGE OF PRO GKAMM.E, " Mademoiselle Ii-ma Caron, the bril liant French, singer and violinist, will make a return vittit to Heyfield on Friday night, October 8ch, supported by a clever company of concert artists. Mdlle. Caron will present an entire change of programme to that given on her former visit. The items will in clude "Caro Nome" from the Opera Rigeletto; "One Fine Day" from the Opera Madame Butterfly; "Gay Pari sienne" from the Belle of New York ; "Sal" from the Quaker Girl, "Love'a Whisper" and several other ballads; au entirely new series of violin num bers, and a patriotic song or two. All the songs will be given in character, with appropriate dressing. The assist ing artists will include Mr Geo. Chant, baritone, of the Marshall Hall Conser vatorium and Melba Opera Company, who will also be beard in duets with Mdlle. Caron j Mr Norman Leslie, who is singing a number of humorous items that are sure to find favor, and Miss Agnes Tryer, a clever p...
THE MISSING GIRL. NO TRACK FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915
THE MISSING GIRL. NO TRACK FOUND. In connection with the mysterious disappearance of the girl, Jessie Stirl ing, from her home at Footscray, BairnBtiale papeia report that the police there have identified a photograph as that of the missing girl, whom, they assert, was seen at Bairnsdale with an elderly man on 22nd, 23rd, and 24th August. The girl's youthful appear ance was striking, and the police thought they were father and daughter. On Tuesday morning black trackers and a number of civilians Bet out from Sale to make a systematic search at Myrtlebank, where the girl's dress basket was recently found, but nothing fresh was discovered. On Wednesday the search was renewed, the party, in cluding police, trackers, and civilians numbering about 50. A systematic search was made along the Thompson River, from Gibson and Knox's bridge, but the efforts of the party did not bring the mystery any nearer solution. The latest report is that a couple resembling the uian nnd girl were seen some...
RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915
11ED CROSS SOCIETY. The Treasurer of the Heyfield Red Cross Society acknowledges the follow ing donations : Per Miss Wright (monthly)-£1/10, New subscriber-Mrs Geo Marshall. Per Miss Greaves (monthly)-LI 17s. Sundry-Mrs Wickbam 2s 6d, A. friend 2s. Per Mi83 Pearson (monthly)-£1 12. Sundry-Mrs Sydney Smitn 2d 6d, Mr J. H. Pearson 10s. Per Mis M'lvor (monthly) -9s. Sundry-Mr Fred Grimme 5st- Mrs R. Clark 2s 61, Mr Ben Clark Is. Per Miss Slattery (monthly)-9 s. Other donations-Mrs Z-tcher 5sr Miss Fitzpatrick 10s, J Cullen 3s, Denison Hunt Club, per Mr Anderson, L2 10s 6 J. The following donations are also acknowledged : - Mrs Monds cushion, Miss Cobain 1 pair slippers, Mrs Betheras 2 kit bags, Mrs ROSB parcel of stationery, Mr Evans bootlaces, wrist straps, razor strops, Mrs Skeela pillow, Miss Bower 3 pairs slippers, 1 pair sox, Mrs Walker 2 cushions, 4 pairs slippery, Gladys Stagg scarf, Mrs H. Drew 2 cushions.
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, j.?o Fat Cattle-1855 yarded. Bullocks ruled somewhat irregular, with prices in some cases 20s above last week's rates, while COWH ruled a shade easier. Prime puis bullocks £25 to L27, extra to L'29 15s, odd beasts L33 15s, good L22 7s 6d to L24 5a 6d, light and handy LIS 15s to L21 10s, seconds LI5. Prime penB cows LI7 17s to .£20, extra L21 lCs to L25 10s, odd beasts to L28, good L14 to- L16 5s, others from L10. Fat Calces-430 penned, very firm.
DENISON HUNT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 7 October 1915
DENISON HUNT CLUB. A meeting of the Denison Hunt Club was held on Friday last to wind up accounts in connection with the Patriotic Fund. The balance-sheet showed a credit of £12 2s, which it was decided to donate as follows : £9 lis 6d to Lady Stanley's Fund for Wounded Soldiers, and L2 10s 6d to the Heyfield Ked Cross Society. The four hunts held were very en joyable, and credit is due to Mr M, J. Hammond for the manner in which he carried out the catering for the club; alHO to Captain Brand for the way he organised the horsemen and drove the hares towards the guns-though "Jimmy" got rid of the Captain once, but we are pleased to say no bones were broken. Some of the shooting was very fine, -Mr H. Grimine bagging a fox at particularly long range. The final hunt, in aid of the Gipps land Hospital, will take place today (Thursday).
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 14 October 1915
FIVE RULES FOR . FORTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas. Experiment The world is eager for something new, which, however simple it .may he, will save labor or expense, or do. things better. Let it bo 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 ohief countries-then secure your own legal monopoly for your Tights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friead hut produced a clever invention, put him on the track of famous and wealthy inventor#. Mr P. Townsend, an editor, says of the "Inventors Guide."-I am 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 where he can obtain the "In ventor's Guide." ' 8. For yourself obtain this book, which telia ...
The Henfield Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 14 October 1915
t(l4 f(ca|iitli( feitalil. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING The annual meeting of Ibe Heyfii'ld Tennis Club was held on Monday evening. The balance sheet showed the club in credit to the extent of £14' 4s" 6d, which was considered very satisfactory by membeis, and several small improvements were authorised to be carried out. Dr Best was re-elected | President, and Miss Wickham hon. secretary. It was resolved to endeavor to form an Association, and arrange a series of matches between the Hey field, Cowwarr and Toongabbie clubs. Ihe opening day was fixed for Saturday, October 23id. On Wednesday next, October 20fch, an exhibition of articles made by the members of the Voluntary Workers Club and the Red Cross Society will be held in the Mechanics' Hall, afternoon and evening. Refreshments will be provided at a small charge of 6d. A. very old and well-known identity of Heyfield, Mr Sam. Parker, died in the Gippslaud Hospital on Friday last. Deceased, who was 78 years of age, had resided ...
POLITE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 14 October 1915
"Hum, ho!" sighed the fanner as he came in from down-town. "Deacon Jones wants mo to be a pall-bearer again to his wife's funeral." "Wal, you're going to be, ain't ye?" asked the farmer's better half. "X dunno. Y' know, when Deacon Jones' fust wife died, he asked mo to be a pall-be.arer, an' 1 did; and then his second wife died, an' I was the same again.' An' then Jie married that Perkins gal, and she died, and I was pall-bearer to,that funeral. An' now -Tval,-sl don't like to be all the time acceptin' favors without bain' able to return 'em."
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 14 October 1915
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 . Fat Cattle-1705 yarded. Quality much better. Medium and lightweight bullocks 20s to 30d lower, heavy L2 to £3 lower, closing weaker generally. Gowa declined 20s to 40s, fall most pronounced on heavy weights. Primp pens bullocks L24 to L26 2s 6d, odd beasts to L31 10a, good L20 to L22 10a, light and handy L17 10s to L19 1 OH, others from £12. Prime pens cows LI 6 1 OH, odd boasts to £20, good LI 2 108 to LI 4 10s, others from L8. Fat Calves-490 penned, prices much lower. Mathieaou and Davis sold 100 fat cattle and calves.
NOT FORGOTTEN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 14 October 1915
NOT FORGOTTEN. A Yeoman recently roturued to Lis native'heath was upbraiding his sweet heart. for her -want of thought ill- not writing to him-while" at the war. "I beliovc," he said, "you didir't caro a straw whether I came back or not." "Oh, Jack," cried the girl, "don't say that! Why, I inquired every day at the post office to sec if- you were shot! "
HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 14 October 1915
HEYFIELD MARKET. Messrs Mathieson and Davis report: Light yarding of fat cattle at Hey field yesterday, prifcea firm throughout. Wh quote-Acct. R. Gilder 50 fat wethers LI 13. Cows-Geo Shaw's at £11/12, D. M. O'Brien's Lll, lighter do L9, Y. Mills' L10 10s, lighter L9 2a 6d, W. Hat-beck's L10 5a, R. Clark's £15 12a 6d, Mrs H. Barley's heifers L7/10, Angus Shaw's LI 3 7s 6d, lighter L9 10s. Store Cattle-A fair number yarded, prices very firm. Cows-F. J. Gardner's (aged) L3 15s, D. All man's L7 10s, Mrs All man's (speyed) L8 10a and £7 19s, R. G. Timbs' £7, Jno Higgins' £7. Spiingern-P. O'Bri' n's to £8 5s, A. Shawa' L9 5s.
IT OFTEN HAPPENS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 14 October 1915
IT OFTEN HAPPENS. "'Wily did yon norer marry sir?'' inquired a benodict of an old bachelor. "Well, you sco,'' replied tlio single one, when 1 was quite young, I re solved tliafc 1 wouldn't niarrv until 1 found an ideal woman. I was difficult to please, but after many . years J j found licr," I "Lucky beggar! And then "She was looking for the ideal replied the, bachelor sadly.
DISAPPEARANCE OF JESSIE STIRLING. MISSION OF A STRANGE PAIR [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 14 October 1915
DISAPPEARANCE OF JESSIE STIRLING. MISSION OF A STRANGE PAIR At midday on Sunday the station mistress at Fulham railway station rang up the Sale police and informed Sergeant Neili that there Was a couple on the main road whom she believed to be the girl JeBsie Stirling and the man who accompanied her.. Constable Gray was at once sent out on Lis motor bike to interview the couple, and Sergeant Neil followed soon after in a motor car. Nearing the Fulhaiu Hotel the Sergeant met Constable Gray return ing, having been unable to get any thing out of the couple. Sergeant Neill went on, and found the man and woman cauipc.d under a tree. He asked their names, anil the man showed resentment, stating, "It's a free coun try." "Yes," replied the Sergeant, "but you can't do what you like." Asked what he was, the man said he was a traveller. ''What do you travel for?" queried the sergeant. " For pleasure/' answered the man. The sergeant gave the pair to understand that their strange conduct could n...
A CLOSER. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 14 October 1915
A CLOSER. A crockery dealer was just closing up shop for tho day-when one of his cus tomers, a grocer, canio up in a. great hurry. "Here," said lie, "I packed this jar lull of butter, and the jar split from top to bottom, i'erliaps you can ex plain the phenomenon." "Oh, yes i can!" was the ready re ply. "The butter was stronger than the jar,"
THE REFERENDUM PAMPHLETS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 14 October 1915
THE REFERENDUM PAMPHLETS. .'The nation fighting for its very existonce, has neither time nor inclin ation to weigh and consider a scheme to empower the Federal Parliament to nationalise the agencies of production and distribution, and sat up a socialis tic regime over Australia. Nothing can be lost by awaiting the issue of the war." In that sentence Mr Cook puts the kernal of the Liberal objection to the Referendum poll to be held in December next. Tens of thousands of Australians are at the Dardanelles fighting, dying for the Commonwealth tens of thousands more are preparing to take .the places of the killed or wounded . ail Australia is intently watching the life and death struggle, and the Liberal party definitely de clines to discuss clauses in the Consti tution, the destruction of existing sys tems, the making of Utopias. Not only Liberal supporters, but those who pledge their allegiance to no party, approve the stand taken up by the leader of the Opposition. The recon structio...
A Mother's Duty [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 14 October 1915
A .Mothers Duty . It has often been said thai a mother's work is never done. It is equally true that a mother's anxiety afcont th? welfare of l»er children is never relaxed. This is largely. owing t« conditions which are quite buyond her control. Her back need only be turned for a moment when something happens. Her child has fallen dowa and retired a cut or bruise or soma 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 frem toothache, ear ache, or chilblains, whilst the doctor may be miles away or engaged upon »ome more serious cass. Alone with onfc suitable remedy is a dreadful pre dicament for the poor mother, and yet to-day there need be no cause for .alarm whatever owing: to the advent the wonderful OZONIA FIRST-AID OUTFITS, which uot only contain a supply of the Greatest External and Internal Remedy, "Ozonia," but also a pack age of lint. 12 yards of bandaging, a roll...
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 14 October 1915
LAW RELATING TO NEWS PAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not givo sxpress notice to the contrary are ;o!isidereci as wishing to continue .-.heir subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discon tinuance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until arrears'are paid. .. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect; to take periodicals from the office t«A ivhich they art directed, they are held' .-espondbie until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodicals to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other .;laces without informing publishers, siui'the papers are sent to their former lirection. the subscribers are re sponsible., .?5. The "courts have decided that .' refusing to take periodicals from die office or removing or leaving .hem uncalled for is prima facie evi dence of intentional fraud." b. If' subscribers pay in 'advance for periodicals, they are hound to give notice to the publisher, at the end of ;he time, that they do riot wish tocon tinuetaking it...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 14 October 1915
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