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A WEDDING SCARE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 1915

A WEDDING SCARE. There was a terrible time at a rural wedding the other day, which goes to show how the smallest drawback will sometimes take the stiffness out of the swellest occasion. It seems that the ceremony was a very grand affair indeed, for a country town. There were eight bridesmaids, and the church was crowded. But when the most important part of the ceremony had arrived, and the groom began feeling around for the ring, he discovered that it wasti't at hand. After the minister had scowled at the miserable wretch for a while, the latter discovered that the magic circle had slipped through a hole in his trouser's pocket, and worked into his boot. He communicated the terrible tact in a whisper to the bride, who turned deathly pale, and was only kept from fainting by the reflection that her friends, to restore her to consciousness, would inevitably cut the strings of her satin corsage. 'Why don't you produce the ring V the bride's brother said, under the im pression that the m...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLITENESS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 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 you feeling siok, MarionP" "Well, not exactly sick, but I should hate to yawn," she replied. A certain witty judge was trying n com recently where a dealer sued' n ateamship company for the loss of some pigs in a firn on hoard a cross-Channel boat. It came out in evidence that the steamer had a large deck-load, and here the damage was greatest. The judge thus began his charge to the jury: "Gentlemen, to put these pigi on deck was a rash aot, but to fry than ?u a raiher."

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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WAGNER'S PERSONALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 1915

Tf JTAONEB'S PERSONALITY. Something of the complex person ality of Wagner may be gathered from m article by Mr. Ernest Newman in the "Contemporary lieview." "There bare been Done or two musicians as great as he," says Mr. Newman, "but certainly no man wno ever wrote mu sic had a personality so complex, 01 managed to fill the stage so eueotively both during and after Sms lifetime. During a great part of his life the words most frequently on his lips were 'renunciation' and 'resignation.' No. man had ever less understanding of the real meanings of the words. This shy apostle of renunciation and resignation could not bear to live anywhere but in the very centre of the limelight. It is not a personality that one can wholly like, but of the power and fasoination of it.there can be no question. Wag ner's was the hungriest said most ra paoious soul that eve£ inhabited a muaioian's body. Talking for ever of love and the glory of its sacrifices, he laid his friends under contribution for .re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 1915

''WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS" PURE AND WHOLESOME MADE WHOLLY IN HOLLAND. The "BARTRAM" Engine will do it for you i TITE "Bartram" is a lit tie engine that most men find exceedingly lxuidy (o have aroiiml at harvest time. The way it gets down to hard graft, and outs up tlio jobs (with out doing the same to the petrol), is marvellous. It's tbe cheapest, safest, most reliable power engine built. Made from 3}L> to 20 h.p.. and develops a maximum of power at a minimum of upkeep. Do you need oue ? We sire Sole Agents for the famous "Alfa" Separators. J. BARTRAM & SON., ltd 885 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE. Water Lifted 500 ft PUMPED ft MILE. at a Cost of Id. perkor OUR farm PUMP ^ ENGINE will do tK. i »; well ai cut chaff, faw wood, work ihearios ma chines. &cc. it can ba at tached to a windmill, or a!* moil any pump in 3 minutes. Need* no mechanic to fix of I operate, and works all day without attention. Hun* Price, £35 lo'^ i with Magneto. factun, If (nterea'ed in water lu...

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CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 1915

CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 Fat Cattle-1725 yarded. Market ruled about equal to last week's best .rates, closing easier. Cows were irre gular, prices in some cases ruling shade easier. Prime pens bnllocks LI 8 to L20, extra to L22 6s, odd beaBts L26 5s, good L15 10a to L17, light and handy L14 to £15, inferior L10. Prime pena cows Lll 10a to L13, extra to L14, odd beaBts to L21 2s 6d, good L9 to £11, others from L8. Pat Calves-450 penned, priceB very-firm:

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IF GERMANY SHOULD WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 1915

IF GERMANY SHOULD WIN". A writer in an English magazine says :-"It ia not now a question of the liberties of a province, but a ques tion of Empire. The fortunes of the Empire are in the balance to-day. It is now a question of national existence or national destruction. Terrible issues are at Btake, for supposing Germany were to defeat our allied arms it would mean that the people of theses realms who have basked for hundreds of years in the sunshine of liberty would be put under the heel of the greatest military despot that the world has ever seen. It would mean that our towns, our villages would be sacked. It would mean that our churches, where we assemble to worship God, would be in ruins. It would mean that our King would be.dethroned, and that we should be paying allegiance to the Kaiser of Germany. Yes, that is what it would mean. Nothing short of our very exis* tence as a nation is at stake."

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A HEALTH CODE OZONIA AND ITS USES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 1915

A HEALTH CODE OZONIA AND ITS USES. I ACCIDENTS.-No matter what class of accident may happen, whether it. be a cut, bruise, scald, burn, bite, etc., im mediately apply Lint saturated with Ozonia. Oionia ia used for Pirst Aid purposes in over 5000' Government and private institutions, factories, etc., aud can genuinely be relied upon to stop pain, prevent blood poisoning, aud in , sure rapid healing, it in 110 way dis figures the skin and ]eaves no scar^after complete healing. » (J< INSTIPATION.-This is caused by imperfect. digestion. Digestion is no thing more than a process of fermenta tion. When one realises that it is a germ which, prevents correct fermenta tion, one will also have realise that Ozonia, the greatest of all germ destrey ; ers will restoro defective digestive organs to a healthy condition by a per fectly natural process. - DIARRHOEA, DYSENTERY", COLIC, WORMS, etc.-These complaints are also caused by imperfect digestion, viz., the presence of germs, which a...

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Correspondence. VOLUNTARY WORKERS' CLUB. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 1915

Correspondence. VOLUNTARY WORKERS' CLUB. (To the Editor). Sir,-ATo those of us who were privi leged to see the men's display of work at the recent Red Cross show, it must come as a disappointment to learn that, since that event, the enthusiasm of those workers bas sadly abated, as the attendance on work rights, which used to be from, 8 to 10 regularly, has fallen to a devoted two or three. What has gone wrong? Is it that some of our young men are as indifferent to the Buffering of the brave boys at the front as they are to the call of thoir country 1 The work Bhop' kindly lent by Mr F. J. Stagg is open regularly on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday nights, but any worker who is unable to attend on those nights has only to turn on the electrio light, and go to work with the club's tools on any other night of the week that suits him. There he will find timber alwayB available if he likes to go ahead, instead of waiting for someone to find something for him to do, or put a plane in his h...

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LIEUT-COLONEL G. S. CRAWFORD, C.M.G. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 1915

LIEUT-COLONEL G. S. CRAW FORD, C.M.G. Lieut-Colonel Gilbert S. Crawford, M.D., Royal Army Medical Corps, whose appointment as a Companion of the Order of St Michael and Sfc George was announced in the King's Birthday Honours' list, is the seventh sou of the late Mr S. Crawford, of Cloug'ri. Born on 14th May, 1868, he entered the Royal Army Medical Corps on 30th Jauuaty, 1892, and has served in India, South Africa and Malta. He took part in the operations on the North-West Frontier of India with the Tirah Expeditionary Force in 1S97 S, gaining the medal with two clasps. In the South African war, for which lie wears the Queen's medal with four clasps and the King's medal with two clasps, lie took part in the relief of Ladysniith, including the actions at Spion Kop, Vaal Kranz, Pieter's Hill, and Laing's Nek. When serving at Malta be was thanked by the Malta Fever Committee for his sanitary work, and was sent as officer in charge of a field hospital and relief party to Messina and Cala...

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A POPULAR MANGEL. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 1915

A POPULAR MANGEL. Seventy-firo tons of mangels per acre provides a grand standby for stock of all kinds in tlie winter-cold wet win ter when grass is shortest and cattlo need more feed than in summer. Mr. Primrose McCoiinell, the very able farmer and lato manager of tho Rua knra farm of instruction writes that during the past five years lie has found no mangel equal to the "Jersey Queon" for general excellence and heavy crop ping. W.hen Mr. McConnell makes a statement of this kind it is something that farmers should take hold of ivith both hands. It means that ho ha3 work ed and investigated for five years, and now farmers may gain the advantage "and profit of his work. If they don't, what is tho nso of his work? Many farmers will say they havo used such and such- a seed with satisfactory re sults, and don't feci inclined to try any other. There is no need to try-tho ex perimental farm has done that for you. The man who stands still and is afraid to move with tho progressive times w...

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THAT PUBLIC RESERVE. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 1915

THA.T PUBLIC RESERVE. {To the Editor). Sir,-Your correspondent, "Rose' dale," makes out a very poor case in hia attempt to justify the Bale of the public reserve. His reference to niv knowledge only dating back to 1886, and that I came on the scene about 16 years too late, is mere piffle. I gave, facts regarding the reservation of this land, and it would be extraordinary if the Government caused it to be classed as a reserve on two occasions. If "Rosedale" will take the trouble to look up the "Government Gazette" of 1886, page 215, he can also ascertain the facts. That the people of Heyfield already have two reserves is beside the question. In providing recreation areas the Government usually look9 to the future, and it is quite on the cards that with a judicious irrigation Bcheme Heyfield will be a great deal larger town than at present. L«t me inform "Rosedale" that our two reserves are self supporting, and 1 have not the "darned cheek" to expect the ratepayers of Rosedale Shire t...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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THE SALE MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 1915

THE SALE MYSTERY. Following on suggestions made in the press, a city detective was sent to Sale last week to make inquiries in respect of the mysterious disappearance of Jeaaie Stirling, the particulars of which have already been published. The result of the detective's inquiries has noc be^n officially announced, but it is believed he has thrown no light on the case such as might lead to the discovery of the whereabouts of either the man concerned or the fate of the girl. So many contradictory reports concerning the movements of the sup posed couple have been received by the police that little credence can be placed on any of them. Sergeant Williams, of Bairnsdale, says he saw the man and the girl at Bairnsdale on Friday, Aug. 20th, and that they remained there until the following Monday. At that time it was not known that the couple were wanted, Other people are equally positive that they saw the couple in a jinker on the Sale-M.affra road on that date. On the whole the mystery ap...

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COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 1915

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Appiicaious for grant of letters pa tent lodged in . the following names have been accepted by the Commission er. Messrs 0. U. Turn and (Jo,," pa tent attorneys, of 'i'iio Kialto, Collins Street Melbourne, have prepared this | report from tha oliiciai records: Cardboard! ttc., Collapsible lk>x.-W. U. Alcl-'licrson and A. H. Crook ford, assignee, Vie. iN'o. 1-1,923.-Two op posite sides are integral with the bot tom ; tlio- remaining sides (integral witli j the covering flaps, aro secured by i staples to nplurncd flanges on tho bot tom. 1 Phvgh Disc Hearings.-R, J. Fry, [ Vic., No 14574.-To reduc3 frame width [ and minimise draught, bearing bosses [ are adapted to project inside tho discs. Kerosene Two Oycio Internal Com bustion Pingine.-H. V. McKay, as signee of R. McKay, Vic., No. 158-54. Spray jet is between the ct'ank case and the cylinder, and tho .connecting neck packed vnth gauze to prevent back firing., Framed Tubular Swingle Tree.-P. Millar, Vie., .No...

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LABOR'S REAL AIM. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 1915

LABOR'S REAL AIM. (2o the Editor.) Mr Hughes succeeds Mr Fisher as Prime Minister, and the caucuB has in augurated tbe new rule by taking port folios from Messrs Archibald and Spence and giving them to Mr O'Malley and Mr Higgs. Mr Archi bald sinned in that be dared to hint disapproval of some extension of pre ference in its extremist form to men working for the Commonwealth '} Mr Spence erred in venturing to say that some postal employes '. wanted every thing their own way," were '. red hot" in their demands. What else could the caucus do than reduce to the ranks minister who defied the orders issued by their subordinates, who suf fered from "swelled head" aB to fancy that they, and not the union officials, were masters of the position 1 The members of the caucus know to whom they owe their political lives, and handed Mr Archibald's portfolio to Mr O'Malley, who, when Minister for Home Affairs a year or two ago, issued the famous note which gave unionist workers preference in Common...

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LETTER FROM EGYPT. First Australian General Hospital, Heliopolis, Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 1915

LETTER FROM EGYPT. First Australian General Hospital, Heliopolis, Egypt. We take the following additional extracts from a letter writen to his parents by Dr S. Fitzpatrick, of Hey field':- . ' - ' I Want to tell you a great deal about everything, but it ia impossible. ? One soon tires of Cairo, but I have yet to seeiit real sights. One can never fail to be interested in" the picturesque street scenes, strange customs, curious anomalies, camels, asses, and so on jostling with motor curs, garees, etc. But it is a bad place to want, to be quick in; you can't hurry in Cairo. Narrow streets, leisurely people be cause of the heat by day, because .of habit by night. - -I have met dozens I know Bince coming here. Ran in Cor poral J. W. Burr the other day, so we chose a secluded restaurant table and had a tete a tete over a cup of tea. "He sends his warmest wishes to all Heyfield friends. I am sharing a room in the magnificent Heliopolis Palace Hotel with Capt. Jas Bell, with whom I shared a...

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THE JET-HUNTER'S FOSTER SON CHAPTER XXI. THE PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 1915

THE ^JET-HUNTER'S FOSTER SON I By iitWlM OLAitKE. CHAPTER XXI. THE PICKIG Tho picnic, on a grand smile- nu flings were liberally done at Thqrsdalo i_<luly took place, and it was favored by the weather, an integral factor in tho success of such festivities, and one which not even crowned heads can command. Tho picnic was at Bottom Icy Briars. Bolton Crag, the rival site, Jiad itsT partisans to tho last, and it was certainly by far tho more pictur esque spot of tho two; but, as general ly happens, the choice-of those with whom lay the ultimate decision was for the snugger locality. Some of the young ladies, and some of the young men, raved about Bolton Crag, which was the most elevated' piccc of ground in the vast Thorsdale estate, and where there was somo really picturesque scenery, such as is so common 111 I Wales and Devon and Cumberland, and so rare in the East of England. For a moment it had seemed as if the remaHtic party would have carried tho dav, so contagious is e...

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THE MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 1915

THE MELBOURNE CUP. Silas Snell writes :--Another Mel bourne Cup is a thing of tbe past. A queer thing is that steam and electricity or those gasolene go-devils called motor cars have not dethroned the horBe from, its popular place, and all the preaching has not put down betting. The Mel bourne Cup is still che greatest race meeting in the world, and Australians appear to be more inveterate gamblers than ever. It is not likely that motor car and air ship races will extinguish horse racing, or that any amount of moral teaching or legislative suppres sion will put down gambling. It is a very hard thing to convince a liberal minded man that it is wrong to put a pound on the chances of a horse win ning. The wrong consists in carrying it to excess, and the army of parasites who are enabled to thrive on the risk ings of reputable men. According to tbe high ethical standard it may be wrong to- take money without giving any return, from your fellow man, but how few people are prepared to liv...

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 1915

LAW RELATING TO NEWS PAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discon tinuance , of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until arrears are paid. j 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are uirectcii, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodicaI3 to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other places without informing publishers^ and the papers are sent to their former, direction, the subscribers are re sponsible. 5. The courts have decided that .' refusing to take periodicals from the office or removing or' leaving chem uncalled for is prima facie evi dence of intentional fraud." 6. If subscribers pay ta; advance for periodicals, they are bound to give notice to the publisher, a» the end of {he time, that they do not wish to con-. tinue taking it,otherwi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 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 benefit of Country Clients who ap preciatc style, ftt, and finish at a reasonable price. Our SUITS TO MEASURE from 42/ are of excellent quality materials; the fine finish and the comfortable yet perfect fit of each SUIT leaves nothing to be desired. We are Specialists 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, 5/6, 7/6 HATS, Hard Felt, latest shape, 4/6,6/6,8/6, Panamas,10/8 SHIRTS, Zephyr, soft fronts, stiffcuffs, 2/11,3/6 HUGH NIGHOLLS, 204-206 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE (Next Waxworks). fejftEKMgsaagRas^^ Wholesale Only-Petersen and Uo., Pty. Lui., Melbourne HE/qRNE^ I COME people hesitate to give a Proprietary Med...

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The Henfield Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 1915

tit fefift# |M<1. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. will hold a special sale of cattle and sheep at their Traralgon yards on Monday, 8th November. Mr M'Lachlan, M.L.A., informs us that the Seaton State Scfiool is to be made full-time from the beginning of next year. Tuesday was observed as egg day at the Hey field State School, when the children contributed 44 dozen eggs. These have been packed and forwarded to the Gippsland Hospital. The member8 of the Christian En deavor entertained Mr Edgar Lans downe, prior to his departure for camp, at a social in the Rechabite Hall on Tuesday evening. The ladies provided refreshments, and musical items were rendered during the even ing, while the guest was presented with a pocket Testament, accompanied by the best wishes of bis friends. Private Tom Fogarty, who sails shortly with Col. Tivey's Brigade, was home on final leave last week. He was accorded a hearty farewell at the local railway station on Monday e...

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