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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 November 1915
Auctioneers. W[atl\iesoi| aijd Davis .AUCTIONEERS, &lt;TOC& AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP AND,CATTLE SALESMEN, Iraraltron, Mr&, Hsyfield, A'nd 5 St. James'Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. HEYFIELD WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10TH. MATHIESON AND DAVIS will sell as above- ! 50 Prime Bullocks and Cows from leading graziers SALE HORSE SALE. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 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, Will he taken down free. Good grass paddock provided. Adamson, Strettle & Co PTY. LTD. VICTORIA HORSE BAZAAR, 96 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE, Cconduct sales as follows HORSES-Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at their Bazaar AT NEWMARKET-Sheep, Tuesdays Fat Cattle, Wednesdays AT CORPORATION MARKET-Pigs and Calves, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Dairy and Store Cattle, Fridays EARING-OUT SALES A SPECIALTY. PURE STOCK SALESMEN. Trust Monies to lend, lowest rates ...
A WISE OMISSION [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 November 1915
A WISE OMISSION -Murphy, the foreman, was sent to tho railroad office to re-port a slight ac cident in the gang repairing tlio truck. He was Jiandect a form and got along all right until ho came to the space headed "romarks." After staring at it a while lie beckoncd to the clerk. "What's tho matter. I'at?" asked the: official. "Well, spr," said Murphy, "ye sec ifc was Bill's big toe he hit ivid tho' hammer, and it wudn't luk veil 'for me t5 -write down &lt;h' raymarks BUI made." ' r ' ?
THE YOUNG MEN GONE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 November 1915
THE YOUNG MEN GONE. -Under the heading', "London in War Time,'' Harold Begbic writes:-... . Go some evening to one of the great JLomloti railway .statiqus^so'on; after'.six *o'eloek-to: Liverpool streetr Victoria, London Bridge: - Where: is the moving liosl. of "young men which a year ago swept like a" f ull son towards the bar riers? Instead of young men, the host is composed chiefly of womciv and girls, US' if all suburbs oi! London had mobi lised" theif' womanhood to do'the clerk's .work of the City. v And, indeed, this is almost tlio truth. Tor the women of the suburbs have taken the piaco 'of Loudon 's young 111011, and in thousands, and scorcs of thousands, the/ are fight ing the splendid and essential fight of. Business, as -Usual. .Is this nothing? Is it nothing -when a great city, becomes suddenly stripped of its young manhood, and when the vast .work of that great city is carried on, efficiently and tri umpiantly, by its women;? Look^be Iow the surface, and you will find r...
TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 November 1915
TURF TOPICS. | The great Australian race for tlv2 year-the Melbourne Cup-has once more been deckled, and very many peo ple whose interest in racing is qutca eueda tuul excited at this time, also those'wlio make their annual'jaunt 't'> the metropolis to "see the Cup," wili; take but passing . notice of the sporr for many months to tome.- "The Gup" of 1915 was, of course, run under even more depressed circumstances thuu which accompanied thev'great race of 1914, when the war was only three months old, and Australia'was* only get ting ready to do her part-. Still, for til;1 noneo an ef!ort was made to "take pieasure as usual,'1 but it was in a ,jtilxiue;l way,- as could be noticed in \\\y directions.. Ail the profits of the meeting, it may be mentioned, go to the war relief fundrf. 'the (Jup of 1915 will long be .remem bered for Its exciting finish. Patrobas. well ridden bvR. Lewis, in the words of the latter, "just won" by half a neck. 11 was a fine victory; and the veteran, "jocke...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 November 1915
Corn stock's Nerve and ' Bone Liniment Is a powerful, penetrating prepara tion, which acts through the pores of the skin on the nerves, bones and muscles. It possesses the marvel lous properties of a prompt pain-kill er, and is unsurpassed as a remedy for the pains and aches to which hu man beings are subject, and which only an external remedy can relieve. It overcomes the pains and aches by relieving the effect on the deli cate nerves, causing the circulation of the blood to be fully maintained through the injured part. It is an invaluable remedy for sprains and for reducing swellings, which, under its influence, become softened and disappear. Rheumatism, Sciatica, and Lum bago all yield to the powerful, pene trating and conquering properties of this Liniment if used in connection with Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills according to directions. For stiff Joints, Neuralgia, Lajne Back, Scalds, Burns, Contracted Muscles, and Painful Swellings, it will be found that Comstock's Nerve and Bo...
CHAPTER XXII. THE PROFOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 November 1915
CHAFl'KK XXJT. THE PKOFOSAL. "Somethiii;; to say to>mo, Sir KicUT aid?" Violot Mowbray faiteringly re plied; of course she knew of what he mean;. to speak; ; ^ Of course she divined his intention. A -woman's intuition is rarely :it fault, except when, as sometimes hnpr - pens, it perceives non-existent fact's, and looks a. little too far into ho pro verbial milestone. Violet, . however, guessed correctly in supposing that the baronet was about to . make .a fl='t' larntion of his feelings towards herself, which must- occasion her ? annoyance, and.mighc, cause her pain. She had read in his looks-for weeks past, ."'id had heard, in the tones of his voice, enough to convince her that he had chosen to single hor out as the future - Lady Mortmain. Violet's nature was too simple, sweet.: and puro for her to derive even 'he slightest satisfaction from the compli ment which a- proposal of marriage im plies. There aro young ladies who .take a. horrid delight in reckoning, up the hearts the...
THE JET-HUNTER'S FOSTER SON CHAPTER XXI (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 November 1915
THE JET-HUNTER'S FOSTER SON Uy 1KW1-N CLARKE. CHAPTER XXI (Continued). Meanwhile. light colored dres-sus 11 uttered gaily, like so many tropical "buttcrcfliesi . among the "willow 'trees that bordered the- bank of t.he slug gish stream, and the plea-saht sounds of girlish laughter, and of young voices floated on the breeze. Afrs Crujmners garden was also invaded, u«d the strange old Hovers that-ic contained were admired or quizzed, according to the mood of the explorers. Anything, even those York and Lancaster _ro.sc.s, of blended red ;;i)d white, -those stocks and wall flowers, and carnations, anil picot'eos, did for a subject of .talk, won der and amusement, and lent i'.self mmwIIOW to the lllrtaiion without which an expedition such as Uiis woiiij appear flat and savourless, indeed. Violet- Mowbray never knew after wards how it c:ino about '-sat she found herself alone, as it wore, with Sir .Richard Mortmain in'the g. i den : of the inn. She had been standing in front of a bed of ...
GOLDEN WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 November 1915
GOLDEN WEDDIN8. Mr and Mrs Buchanan, of Hey field, celebrated their golden wedding on Tuesday last, when they were the recipients of hearty congratulations and good wishPB from a very large number of friendH. In the afternoon a reception was held in the Rechabite Hall, which had been tastefully decor ated for the occasion witli flowers and evergreens, anrl here Mr and Mrs Buchanan received a large gathering of friends. During the afternoon, short and congratulatory speeches were nihde by Messrs Mills, Betheras, Stagg, and Dr Best, to which Mr Buchanan feelingly replied. In the evening the younger people, and a number of elders hs well, also met in the hall, when a most convivial evening whb spent. Much amusement was cause" by competitive guessing competitions, aud the pleasure of the evening was added to by solos splendidly rendered by Mrs Justice, Miss Winnie Fognrty, Dr Best and Dr Tolliday. After supper had been partaken of, the sing ing of Auld Lang Syne, terminated a most enjoy...
THE DAIRY INSPECTOR'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 November 1915
?TKE DAIRY. INSPECTOR'S VISiTV Tie following squib from a contem porary is amusing; but in publishing it we do not imply that it is in any sense ehiiraetcristic: Inspector: "I have called, Mrs. D-» to inspect your dairy herd. How :r.any cows are you milking Mrs. D : "Let me see. There is i'eggy, and Blossom, Beauty, and iloany. Spot do have .two blind tL-afcs; so she don't count."' Inspector (impatiently): "I am not interested in the names of your herd. L wish to know liow many cows you milk." .Mrs D : "I don't milk; Jim does Lhc milking." Inspector: "Well, how many cows ibes Jim milk?" Mrs. D : "Four, if yon count Spot." Inspector: "Are you aware if there is any infectious disease in your dairy herd-cancer, tuberculosis, or staggers?" Mrs. D : "Now, when I come to think of it, Jim told me Blossom had 'pendicitis' from eating green guavas. ITe said she had the 'staggers.' Jim advised me to get a bottle of square gin; it was a certain cure. Now,, would you believe it? Two hours after...
MAURICE GERALD COY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 November 1915
MAURICE GERALD COY. A treat is in store for tlia theatre aoing public of Heytield, on Friday, November 19, when Maurice Getald and liis famous dramatic company wilj appear in the Mechanics' Hall, and produce a new version of Mrs Henry Woods' great work, "A New East Lynne." It is about ten years since Mr Gerald played here, and on tl at occasion he had a full house. The company consists of ten metropolitan artists * popular prices will be charged, and We feel sure Mr Gerald will be welcomed by a full house.
THE A. A. B. ENTERTAINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 November 1915
THE A. A. B. .ENTERTAINERS. The above company, from the Asso ciation for the Advancement of the Blind, will appeal- at Heyfield on Tues day, November 16th. Mr Mills is again superintending the local interests of the Company. All old friends are co-operating, no that our bliud friends may anticipate a warm welcome and a good bouse. The Company ia stronger than ever, and this explains how the little troupe, has kept on the roads continuously for the p«3t three ypars. Their annual visit is welcomfd, an^. always appeals to the benevolence of the people. Mr Thos Marks, the general secretary,, fully appreciates the loyal support of country friends, which has enabled the Association to prote cttte its benevolent objective.
NITROGEN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 November 1915
. NITROGEN. Nitrogen is-found in largo quanti "ties, ehielly. in tlio unco.mbinod or free state. It constitutes hbout four-lift lit? oi ouv'atmosphere. In. this fonn it in only available to leguminous plants, I such as p«as, .. bea nsy - clover, alfalfa, cic., through; the. influence of micro org'anisins, found in soils and living in ' nodules on tho roots of plants' of tliis lamiJy. -In the ease of all other plants tlie nitrogen is ialccin ill/'only in com bination .with "other elements. . Com . billed with hydrogen, it;l'oriris ammonia -which, jnay. be taken up in small quan tities; with oxygen it forms nitric acid and this, combined with sumo elements in the soil forms nitrates. Theso aro readily taken up bv the plants^ and form t-hq principal source of the plant's nitrogen. . jNitrogen is the most expensive ^cle ment the fanner has to purchase. It costs ac least tlireo times as much as tho phosphorous or potassium. It .is also" tho element most likely to be deficient in the sod,...
MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 November 1915
MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. ENGINEER'S .REPORT. The tenders invited are for work under the Country Roads Board and' on the "Bushy Park Valencia Creek road, AH other works have been bsld over because of'the harvest. Hevfield-Seaton Road, near Chester's -It would be advisable to make this the main Road from Hey field to Sea ton, as that would overcome the dan gerous part of the present road at the railway bridge. Clearing and for mation are needed. The road has been pegged and levelled. School lane at Seaton-The bridge needs minor attention to-decking and a coat of gravel to distribute the weight and overcome the roughness. At the top eud some formation is required where the wat9r lies in holes after rain. Licola Road deviations at Glen maggie-Letters were sent to all land holders whose properties will be affect ed by the new route between the bridge at the township at Coleman's. On plotting the section I find that the best route at the school hill will encroach on Mr James Gtrvey'a propert...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 November 1915
"WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS f' tfRE AXD WHOLESOME WADE WHOLLY ' IN HOLLAND. The "BARTRAM" Engine will do it for you T11H "Bartram" is a little engine thai, most 111011 find exceedingly handy to have around at harvest time. The'way it pets down to liard graft, and rats up tlie jobs (with out dolus the same to the petrol), is marvellous. It's the cheapest, safest, most reliable power engine built. Made from V5 to 20 li.p., and develops u maximum of power at .a minimum of upkeep. Do you need one AVo are- .Sole Agents for tlie famous "Alfa"-" Separators. PTY LTD J. BARTRAM & SON., 6S6 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE. SCHRECKS POULTICE CAN CUKE / Tubercular Joints, Pofsunetl Sores Abscesses, Boils, Carbuncles, Jar, Whitlow, Sprains, Burns, and Bad Less. ALL CHEMISTS-1/6 & 3/6. The Proprietors wish to state that SCHRECK'S POULTICE is Owned and Made Entirely by Australians. Cumberland Road, Pascoe Vale, (Near Coburs). AGEXTS wnntcil flirniixliout tlie Com monwealth I'nr (lie follow...
HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 November 1915
HEYFIELD MARKET. Messrs Mnthieson and Davis report: A. fair yarding fAt cuttle at Heyfield yesterday, whicH were submitted to a fair attendance of the trade, F;>fc Cows-Dennis O'Brien's L9 to L9 los, M. Davis' at L10, M. Reilly's at L14, Chas Green's at LI 2 15s, A. Sbaw and Sons at Lll 15s, Jos Oumming's at £9 12s 6d, Chas Green's heifers LIO 7s 6d, Herman Sundern>an's do L9. Springers-D. Langland's at LIO. Milch Cows-Brand and Winter's at £10, D. Langland's L7 10s to L9, Mrs. H. Burley's L7 to L9 5s.
RANDOM READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 November 1915
RANDOM READINGS.. (By Silas Snell). No Australian whose heart ims e'er "withiu him burned" with the fini of patriotism, Cr»n fail to be delighted with the conduct and achievements of the Commonwealth troops ut GalJipoli. Hot only have they shown a .special adaptation to the conditions ot' trench warfare, but since their memorable landing they have distinguished them selves in innumerable actions by a gallantry that would not discredit Im perial veterans, and they have beeu entrusted with the conduct of many exploits in which the coolness of the old soldier must be combined with courage and skill. The British soldier ? baa secured throughout many centuries a reputation which it is always an in centive to him to maintain; the colonial soldier went to the Dardanelles without any reputation, but to make one, and well has he carried out the """task. His special aptitude for trench work, his initiative and resource when in a tight corner was speedily recog nised by the British generals, w...
DON'T GIVE UP. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 November 1915
DON'T GIVE UP. If fortune- frowns, upon your labels, J-Jon'i give tip, keep on; it Jinrd it seems lo wni her iav'ors, Don't jjivo- up, keep on. .It Jiiuxl your climb, anil drear tJic day And dark.? .clouds- gather on your u;iy, .At suck a- .time, tnr i riond, 1 say Don't give up;- keep on: What matter, inend, Jt fools may scolf, - Don't- giro up; keep "on. Vim smooth road lies hevond the rougn, Don't give up,-keep on, :Fair fortune Vill. smile on you then She's troivned,- but smiled on many mt>n So if you fait, just fry again Hon't. pivc un. keep on. -J. I). OJonrv.
Correspondence. THAT PUBLIC RESERVE. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 November 1915
Correspondence. THAT PUBLIC RESERVE. (To the Editor). Sir,-I notice a good deal of com ment in your columns lately referring to that piece of Crowu laud adjoining my property, ancl being one of th& many applicants to lease it, it perhaps concerns me more than either of your previous correspondents, who have had so much to say. I quite agree with "Future" in his argument with "Rose dale" that the two reserves in Heyfield are self-supporting. Why should they not be, considering nothing has been spent iu the way of beautifying them t The park in this case is already pro vided, we know, buf how does 'Future* propose to cope with the ever increas ing pests, the blackberries and rabbits, of which Crown lands are always the most infested. It seems to uie ther& is a certain class of people who afraid to declare themselves openly, preferring to hide behind an assumed name, therefore if your correspondents consider this matter worthy of further argument, might I suggest that t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 November 1915
Auctioneers. Ifatljieson and Davis AUCTIONEERS. ^TOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP AND CATTI .e SALESMEN, - Sale, Triraboc, 'to, Heyfisld, And 5>St. James'B uildings, Melbourn O'CONNOR, Local Agent, SALE HORSE.. SALE. FRIDftV, NOVEMBER 12. "^VTf ATHSESON AND DAVIS and ADAM -BJL SOS), STRETTLE AND CO. will -Hlbld thfeirmext Ilorse Sale at Sale on above "^ate. - * All httses left with P. O'Connor, Heyfield, 'Vnll 'be tt.ken down free. Good grass paddock tjproviddd. CLEARING SALE ?SPLENDID DAIRY HERD. HEYFIELD^ YARDS. TUESDAY, NOV. 16TH, 1915. MATHIESON.& DAVIS have received instructions from the Messrs Fogarty Bros., who are giving up dairying, to sell by public auction at their Heyfield Yards The Whole of their Splendid Dairy Herd, comprising 45 Splendid Young Dairy Cows, in full profit, all calved within the last six weeks, and rich heavy milkers i Good Shorthorn Bull -Time of Sale-After arrival of mid-day train from Melbourne. STORE CATTLE, * HEYFIELD WEDNESDAY, NOYEMBER 24....