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BALLARAT WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 7 November 1914

I BALL A V AT WM>I,T^atK DAIRY t product: makkkt. IMM.JDUCIO MAKKKT. J. T. lawless and Cr. <lnto M'HrcRor TJroa.) report: — Uuttor: I'rimo factor? prints. 11: Iptnn. 111*1; dairy. PM; sepa rator. KUil. &Jd. Ifciron: Sidr*. tOilr to 1 Ul; in il<lKs. I/; ham, 1'. 8tl }!«»**,«v. Va\ to i\i\ Hioi.cc. «d to Sid. Vhillips and Chamberlain roporfc?~ Huttcr: Vrime factory print*. \h, Inmgt. \ 11\d: ^paratur. 1 Oct; dairy, 8T.d. flil. Hacon : Sidr>s. lid: middles, ffz ham. If. I*ard. 8Jd. Cheeec, 8Jd. Oiv~ ione: Brown Spanish, .£11 to Potatoes. JC7/10/.

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
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Grenville Shire Council. Thursday, 5th November, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 7 November 1914

GiBUVUIP- Sllirc CGUHCil. Thursday, 5th November, 1011. Present—Crs Kennedy (presi dent), Willis, Douglas, N»nn, Poyn ■itmi,Clarke, Blakeley, Shepherd, and Yaugiian. Tenders. No. 10/15—800 cubic yardsearth "\voik at Upper lleservuii, Linton.— J". G. Allan, £G3 10a ; J. M. Kerr, ■£46 19s (accepted); T. Richards; £53 5s 2d; M. Biosnan,'£(ifi 5s; M. Xeahy, £77 10s. No. 11/.15—Supply of 100 cnbic -yards surface gravel on Buninyong Jioad, naar Cox's, Roes' Creek.—C 3E. Morris (accented), .-£7 ISs 4d; K. ISidggood, .£7 18s Id; H. Tudor. £9 Ss. Correspondence. From Public Works Department, an regard to separate books for •Country Roads Boards account.— fiecoived. From same, acknowledging coun t's application for a Government grant for main roado which v.'ill re ceive consideration.—Received. From se ine, notifying the appoint ment of C. Pitman, as Government auditor.—Received. From same, stating thpt there vni' be no wire netting available for pro l>ablv i months.—Received. Prom Public ...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 7 November 1914

BALLAKAT-UVE STOCK MAJIKEV. Fat cuttle: '235 eattlo came forw.tr'<Jr or to-day's sale, consistin# of a maj«r ty of good atul useful bullocks. Then* was an average aUemliine.e oi' buyesK present, and competition was active vahus for all descriptions being lirrw witlf an upward tendency for prime (ttis* litv pens- Quotation:-:—Trime pens buf locks, ,U:t/t.V to nil/17/0: ^o«>d. .til/15/ to Xl'2i\oj : medium, .fc7/.Iii/ to .1*9/15/? best cows, to t:0; extra, to X¥2f7flL> A ventres :- -M r K. \V. Cope, 1-outli, Mrtff artlnir, f> bullocks .rU/G/IJ. .r» heifers ..CIT 2{t>; Mr \V. Thomson. Manifold, Ptrt* rumb:>te, Camperdow'n, f) bullocks, It)/: Mr. C. B. Cumniint?. I-ismore, £?' bullocks,' .£11/7/15; Messrs M'Nicol l?nv?— Uamia, Tahara, 1! bullocks, | Messrs 1'. am! .1. Killeeu. Sandford, 7 bullocks 111,/:*/. :* heifers .i'S/17/G; Jfe .John Smith. Grassdale Estate, 10 I>ul i locks, executors Tl. Camexos*, ■ Fassifern. Colcraine. 7 bullocks, ,£UF ! S; Mr f,. *1...

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 7 November 1914

CYCLING. Motorists resident on the N.S.W. and S.A. borders of Victoria will be pleased to hear that the obnoxious border regulations have been amended, so that motorists will now be able to cross both boundaries without hindrance. For years past the Victorian Motor Car Act has re quired visiting motorists to pay a fee—N.S.W. carists having to pay 5s 9d every time they entered Vic toria on business or pleasure. Re lief has now been granted to the satisfaction of hundreds of motor ists resident on the boundaries of Victoria. The recent amendments made to the Victorian Motor Act provide that—•' Any person provad to have been under the influence of intoxi cating liquor, whilst driving a motor car or motor cycle shall be liable to a penalty of not less than live pounds or more than thirty pounds or to be impriaioned for a term of r.ot less than fourteen days or more than three months and the licence of such person shall be cancelled and such person shall no{ be again licensed except upon...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 7 November 1914

spoiling. I A meeting of members of the Illabarook, Pitfield. and Rokewood Junction Turf Glab was held on Saturday evening, Mr D. Poynton presiding. It was decided to hold the annual race meeting on Satur day, ">th December, and a program similar to that of last year's was adopted. Messrs W. Collyer and J. Clinton were appointed local secre taries, and Mr D. Barry to act for [ the club at Ballarat.

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TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 7 November 1914

TROUBLE. Did you meet that trouble that came your way With a smiling heart, and cheerful; Or hide your face from light o' day, With a craven soul, and fearful? Oh! trouble's an ounce, or trouble's a ton. Yes, trouble is just what you make •it, And it isn't the fact that you're hurt that counts. But only, "How did you take it?" You are beaten to earth, well! well! what's that? Come up, with a smiling face; It's nothing against you to fall down flat, But to lie there, that'B a disgrace. The harder you're thrown, the higher you bounce. Be proud of your blackened eye. For it isn't the fact you're licked that counts, But how did you fight, and why?" And though you be done to the death, what then? H you've battled the best you could. If you've played your part in the world o' men, The Critic will call it "Good!" Death comes with a crawl, or he comes with a pounce. And, whether he be slow or spry, It's never the fact that you're dead that counts, But only "How did you die?"

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It Is Said. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 7 November 1914

it is Sam. That influenza is vory prevalent in the district at present. That Leigh Shire Council meets on Wednesday next. That the 5th November was en thusiastically celebrated by the youth of Berringa, where thera has not beta seen snch a display of fire works for many years. That the State elections are draw ing near. There is no definite an nouncement of opposition to Mr J. Chatham. That Mr Bert Hall has sufficient!y recovered from his recent serious accident to l.-e able to return to his parents' residence at Berringa. That tenders are invited for the painting and renovating of the Ber ringa Catholic Church. That preparation of Church of England candidates for confirmation is being made in various parts of the parish in view of the Bishop of Ballarat's vihit cn December (ith and 7th. That Constable Jones has received information of thefts of money and other goode at Berringa. That the Berringa Boys' Band concert takes place next Friday.

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DAIRYING. KEEPING CREAM IN GOOD CONDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 7 November 1914

DAI R Y I N G. KEEPING CREAM IN GOOD CONDITION. After the separation of the cream, comes the problem of kSeping It in good condition, until ready to sent! it to the creamery. This can be accom plished by a thorough cooling of the cream as soon as possible after separ ation. Aside from flavors or odors which are absorbed by the cream from im proper surroundings, n:os' of the bad flavors are caused by tho development of certain forms ol bacteria. The growth cf these bacteria is practically checked at a temperature of a) deg., while they grow more rapidly as the temperature is kept closer to blood heat. As thoy start to grow as soon as the milk is drawn from the cow's ud der, it is necessary that the .cooling of ike cream be accomplished a:: ([i:i ;..ly as possible, and that it be kept cool. lie cheapest and handiest arrange ment for cooling the cream, and keep ing it cool Is to have a small tank, through which all of the water is pumped to the large stock tank. The temperature of tlio...

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[?]monyst the mines. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 7 November 1914

1 Mist tue Ulines. In connection with the applica tion made by the Pit field Mining Company for a Government grant of £100 to carry on further pros pocting work to explore the alluvial bed proved to be auriferous by dia mond drill bores, the Government geologist, II r Barangwanath, has paid a visit to the mine, and spoke very favorably on the future possi bilities of the field. It is now re garded as almost a certainty that the full amount of the grant applied for will bo given.

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Rising and Falling. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 7 November 1914

Rising and Falling. Captain Hamilton is generally look ed upon as a smart and scientific offi cer, and he is also a man with a strong sense of humor. It is said that when in command of :i small vessel he hur ried up one day from his lunch-table on account of threatened bad weather, and almost immediately afterwards sent down one of thc~inidshipmen to look at the barometer. Walking aft, he happened to look down the skylight, and to his amaze ment observed the middle fortifying himself with a glass of his best brown sherry. When the youngster came on deck, Captain Hamilton asked him how the glass stood. "Steadily rising, sir," was the re ply. "Ah!" said the captain; "and how is the sherry?" "Like a shot came the reply: "Steadily falling, sir." Hamiltou so much appreciated the joke that he allowed the incident to pass without further notice. "X consider this painting a beauti ful piece of work," commented the art dealer, contemplating the portrait of the sleeping canine "It's a dog aft...

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A BULL'S HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 7 November 1914

A BULL'S HEAD. In studying dairy sires, one should be constantly on the lookout for in j dications which wili reveal desirable . characteristics. In the head are cen tred all the nerves of the body, and ltow the question is, is there anything ; about the external construction to re veal the quality and strength of the nervous system. The eye, which is closely associated with the brain, re flects, to a large extent, the nervous energy of the animal. We like to see an eye full and bright, active, but not of a nervous expression; a mild eye rather than one having a wild appear ance. An eye of this kind reveals the right sort of nerve energy which should be possessed by |he dairy sire. The sunken and half-closed eye in dicates a nervous system which is un responsive and lacking in quality. We would not seieet a dairy sire which re flected through his eye this sort of a nervous temperament. Xervous tem perament does not mean an animal that is nervous but rather nerve-full. A nervous anim...

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It Is Said. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 November 1914

ii Is Saiii. That nominations for the 0ronville seaS require to bo lodged on Monday next. In somo quarters it is rumored that Mr N. Howoll will come out on the Liboral tic kot; others say that an independent Lib eral will enjer tho field to give tho pre foronoo vote to the Liberal candidairt. But the general opinion is that JacIt Chatham, being a coming Minister of Agriculture, will enjoy a walk-ovor. That whilst taking his morning dip in a. Smythesdale reservoir on Wednesday, Fr M. Barrett was bitten by a ferocious black reptile. Prompt remedial moasnrws were taken, and his reverence was soon. out of danger. That any child attending any state school in this district will be admitted la the Ballarat Show next week for 3d if r> note is presented from a teacher. That a social and dance is fixed to tali* place on Saturday next atBerringa under Church of England auspices. That in connection with the BerriiJip* Methodist Church anniversary this year, tho Monday e.vening's concert will...

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Rokewood, Pitfield, and Ber[?]inya miners. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 November 1914

RoKswood, Piifieia, and Ber linga miners. The committeo met on Wodnesday evening. Present: Messrs E. Lusk (pre sident), A. Hope, T. Harris, B. Davis, M. Minohan, G. Freeman, M. M'Carthy, A. Rogerson, J. O'Donnell (secretary). Cor respondent o was read from the Reneraf secretary relative to Member D. Harris" death, and it way decided to forward par ticulars of the accident, from tho effccta of which ho died. In connection with, railway vouchers for miners travelling to theirhoines.it was resolved to writo to Mr J. Chatham, M L.A., and ask him to wait <m the commissioners to have them amended. A natural causes levy will bo collected next pay day. Accident pay passed William's Fancy—H. Anderson £1 lGs 8d, A. Shaw £2, W. Furniss 6s 8tJ. New Jubilee—\V. Attwood £2, A. Hat field £2 ltis 8d.

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Sporting. CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 November 1914

sporting. CYCLING. A Goullot, tho woll-known Australian racing cyclist, has scored in another sut days raco in America. According to cablegram to hand, Gonllot partnered! with F. Hill, of Amorica, won the Boston 6 days race. McNamara, another Aus tralian rider, ran second. Tho mileago was not mentioned. It appears that in tho early stage of tho war, during the retreat of tho British and French forcos from Mons down to Amiens, upwards of 100 English motor lorries and contents had to he destroyed to prevent their falling into tho hands of tho enemy. Dr^ctic a" such a course was, it was better than making the Germans a. present of such a large number of valuable vehicles and munitions of war. Thv» wastage has sinco been made good—ia fact many of tho leading English motor manufacturers aro now working day and night making lorries for Russia anil Franco.

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 November 1914

COURSING. Thorp whs a larijo attendance of ownerH and dofjs at tIk* Condi ami Horses coiirh inp; meeting 011 Saturday. Tlio. results were: — Open Fox-terrier Slake.—J. Byrnes Champagne Charlie, 1; W. Wright's Freckle*. 2. Open Groyhotina Shike.—W. Trafford's [Lady, 1; ]). liryne's Black Peter. 2. Fox-terrier Sweepstake.—M. Stapleton'a | Moving Picture, 1; E. Williams' Echo, 2.

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CORINDHAP FLOWER SHOW UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 November 1914

CORINDHAP FLOWER SHOW U X <.„> U A LI FIK D S UCCKSS. The annual tl«»'.\er short' held in comioc 1 i.-11 with the loiul Presbyterian Cliurch Sunday t;<*ho>l on Thursday and Fri <l:iy proved .1 slleci't-s. Tho attendance was excellent, and th.- iii111:*^13^0i: tf<>J1 s was .sul-Ii as to warrant tlio^|>V^_3u)ii of iili pre sent. TIu» seereta.ihife—^Aes were under* taken and capably «S ffaifout by Mrs H. S. Kldcr, witli the aMj^SjjjlffifcRnco of mem bers of tlie commif8aa??iliiI others. It is estimated that tho profit will amount to .WO. Following word the prize-takers:— (.'la?-; A (Flowers).—1 Vhi! goniunis: M.K'S Smith. Geraniums: .Mrs J. N. Klder, 1; Jliss Smith. 2. Foliage plants: Mrs Duustaii. Sweet peas: Mrs .lolly. 1 ami 2. Cut flower?: Mrs J. N. Jilder, 1; Miss J. M'Lachlan, 2. ('lass 11 (Vegetables).—lettuce: Tom rtiinstan. Sheaf .of corn: .Mr M'Lach Cla~s C' (Cookery).—Tiest loaf bread: Mrs Donaldson. l'lalo nlaui scorns...

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SPRI[?]GDALLAH. NEW SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 November 1914

UXASI. NEW SCHOOL. The contractor for tho erection of tho now school at Grand Trunk started work last week, and oxpects to complete the work in five weoks' time. Tho building, which is of tho latest design, and will bo equipped with the latest appliances, will bo a great boon to tho children, as the old building has been in a dilapidated stato for some years.

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BISMARCK, THE MAN OF BLOOD AND IRON. What He Did for Germany. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 November 1914

BISMARCK, THE MAN OF BLOOD AND IRON. I What He Did for Germany. The hand o£ Bismarck, the greatest statesman Germany ever produced, can be largely traced in the present war. One oi' the great aims of Bis marck's policy in the 'sixties and 'seventies was to secure his country against attack from without through alliances and political combinations. Curiously enough, it was the manner in which he engineered certain Euro pean alliances which led to this "man of blood and iron"—the phrase is based on the Iron Chancellor's own use of the words in a speech in 1802—being termed the "Peacemaker" of Europe; for while his foreign policy aimed prin cipally at isolating Prance and ren dering her incapable of forming anti German alliances, he gradually com bined the central Powers of Europe into, a„ Peace .League, the nucleus of ^vlch'was' tli'e Aus.tro-Gprman -/Tyep;ty„ of Alliance, wfiich Italy joined in 188G. So successful was he in counteract ing the aggressiveness of Russia that the latter ...

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CRESSY. RAILWAY MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 November 1914

OR ESS Y. RAILWAY MATTERS. Steady progress is being made with tho engine shods at tho railway station, and the road master's houso is finished. Tho improvements at Worneth station aro also finished. The stacks of wheat at tho various stations aro now being gradually sont away, no doubt being one result of the fixing of prices.

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BATHS OFTEN DO HARM. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 November 1914

BATHS OFTEN DO HARM. It is a mistake to think that baths are always beneficial to one's health. Under certain conditions they 'V more harm than good, and should be avoided as much as possible. They are particularly dangerous for per sons whose general physical condi tion is weak, as well as for those with a tendency to apoplexy or to fatty degeneration of the ii""-'. A cold bath in the morning is valuable if it is promptly followed by an even increase in the bodily tem perature. When a cold bath is fol lowed by the slightest chilliness it is proof that harm is being done. The longer you stay in a warm bath the more depressing the effect. This may be overcome to a large extent by adding salt to the water. If a stimulating effect is wanted, a hot bath should not last more than two minutes at the most, for as the temperature ot the water is gradual ly lowered the bather will feel the ef fects of moist heat and will be as de pressed as he is on a humid day in midsummer. Sea bathing is h...

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