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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 November 1914
CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I have been nursing for twenty years in Tas mania and Victoria, so my experience covers a lengthy period. When patients are weak and low, a nnrse must know the best medi cine to give a patient Some I have nursed have been so ill 1 never canld have taken their case only I knew Clements Tonic would quickly restore them to health. What 1 am writing is founded on ex perience that amongst all medicines Clements Tonic is first. It is the nurses' friend, a reliable medicine that will restore the sick tc health. (S«*a) NURSF. EVANS." Always this Medicinc on baud atul you wiil keep hcallhy. H you y.rt it YOU GKT HKaLTH AN1» ■ RKLIV'V J'KOM LOSS i>V SMUii'. WKAKNKSS AVI HK 1!.I.NK> , CONSTIPATION I MUG V&lt;TION. roobL aitktitk, u hak nhkv^ and BIMODSNKSS. AQ STORES %ni CHEMISTS SELL IT.
RESPECT FOR THE CHAIR "YOU ARE FINED 2/6." [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 November 1914
RESPECT FOR THE CHAIR "YOU A HE FINED 2/6." During the &lt;li.-vnssiou under tho heatS— ins of general business at the meeting *F tho Scarsdalo Council on Monday i-rgte. Or Louden pointed out to the Mays*" that whilst lio wiis on his feet .tddr-ssin^' the Mayor Cr Aisbett had asked a. qufow tiou without rising from his st.it Canm cillors should pay due respect (o chair l>y standing up. Cr T. Crosthwaite: Somo time when 1 spoke sitting down. 1 was b~f~ pretty hard by tho .Mayor. Tt was only right that, couneillors should rise when: about to opeak. Tho Mayor (Cr Daniel): He showed £«• ex:unplo when speaking he hoped all councillors would follow in future. "P* Cr Aisbott: " Vou are lined 2/6." Cr Aisbett: Right. ■
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 November 1914
BALLAUAT WHOLESALE PltODTTCE ilAHKi:T. Wheat, 4/9 ior linme muling. uats: Thin to licuvr food, 3/G to 3/9. Barley: Prime malting, 51 to 5/6; medium to good, 4/6 to 5/; Cape, 4/. Flour, JC10/10/. Bran. .£6/15/. Pollard, £7. Hay: Best chatt ing, Xo to .£5/5/; manger, .IS/TO/; straw, JB2/10I to £3. Potatoes, £5 to JE6/5/, according to variety end quality.
LEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, 11th November. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 November 1914
LEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL Wednesday, 11th Novombor. rrescnt: Ore A P. BiuKley- (chairman). S. lVoyle, 1\ J. Callaglian. W. Miller, J. ®l«nro, C. II. Peel . Apologies were ro ■awved for the absence of Cm Uhw. Vcr ■anon. and Gibson. •Correspondence.—From Thos. Simpson, -*yoniidkoeper at Kokewood, asking for re jj^airs to bo effected at tlio pound vardn. •^.miiUvd;— F"un W. Miller. "(iowan Arae, ' Teesdale, objecting in connection ■*jUi the Shelford to Inverleigh road to Sir K. Venters- or the Misses Visitors pur-; •aiasing two roads that lie constantly used .M K'HiiK to :i:ul from liis properly in Do ■jwq, viz., a road running oast and west aiVing allotment -. which runs between Misses Venters' and tile Into Win. .3iir.e's properties. The other road lie ob .jocted to being acquired ran north and between allots. 96. 9", 9S and allots. ; ■St. *. 7, 9. l'J. and lf>, between the property -j«am*hased by H. M. Wilson and Co. from i£ho late Hon. N. Thornley and part of "£1» property purchased b...
MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE RULED BY THE EXECUTIVE. COUNCILLORS' CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 November 1914
MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE uui.ED BV THE EXECUTIVE. «-nu\-nir.i.ons* criticism. Pr .T. Daniel, Mayor of the Borough of Searsdale, reported ;it: till' meeting of tin- Council oil Monday night tliat, as the Council's representative, In; attended the Municipal Conference, ami was par ticularly interested in Hie motion sub mitted by the Chillern Council, that ilie sum fixed as income for lxjroughs he re duced from the amount proposed by the Minister. As far as he could see. the executive lx>d.v ruled tin; whole lot—the city overrides the country the whole time. One thins struck liiin particularly, and that w;.-s if any motion on the busi ness paper was recommended by the exe cutive it was agreed to; if not, it was thrown out. That was proof positive that the executivo worked a pood deal for their own ends. There was a Mo tion by the Bungaree Council relative to the Pure Foods Act. It was a motion j that appealed to many councils: but, I perhaps because the Bungaree represon tativo did not ...
SCARSDALE BOROUGH COUNCIL Monday, 9th November. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 November 1914
SCARSDALE BOROUGH COUNCIL Moiulay, 9th November. Present: C'to J. Daniel (Mayor), D. M. Aishelt, U. Crosthwaite, J. Wilkinson, T. H. Crosthwaite, S. Station, It. Louden. CoiTej-|K>mlcitce.—From Geo. Hatfield, Italians, ticking permission to obtain wa ter from Corio dam. Granted, umler the supervision of tlio Herdsman of the Com 111011.—From F. Bird and others, rela tivo to the lighting of tho Town Hall.— From liallarat Agrieutural and Pastoral Society, asking that a public holiday be procaimod for the annual show. Granted. —From T. J. Howard, Dimboola, Mating that at a meeting of farmers and others it was agreed to a^k the Government to fix a minimum price for hay, chaff, bran and pollard, and asking tho co-operation of tho council. Cc'AUbctt: Xo such thing asked about fixing a price when hay was J:1 ti toil. The open market was the best criterion to go by. One ton this season was worth two of last year, Cr Louden: The council was not consulted about tho fixing of tho prices of w...
Grange Blossoms. O'BRIEN.—WALKER. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 November 1914
Orange Blossoms. O'BRIEN.—WALKER. A very pretty wedding was celebrated at the Roman Catholic Church. Berringa, on Wednesday, the contracting parties I being Mr Robert O'Brien, second son of Mrs J. O'Brien, of Geelong, and Miss Ada &nbsp; Walker, fifth daughter of Mrs G. Walker, of Moonlight. The bride, who was given away by her brother-in-law (Mr E. Sharp), looked charming in a dainty gown of white silk, with overnet and lace trimmings. She wore the orthodox wreath and veil, and carried a handsome prayer-book, the gift of bridegroom. The bridesmaid was Miss Amelia Walker, sis- ter of bride. She was handsomely dress- ed in embroidered voile, with lace trim- mings, and she carried a pretty shower bouquet. The bridegroom's gift to the bridesmaid was a handsome gold brooch. Mr Richard O'Brien, brother of bride- groom, acted as best man. The Rev. Father M. Barrett, of Smythesdale, con- ducted the ceremony. After the cere- mony the wedding party adjourned to the residence of Mr E....
It Is Said. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 21 November 1914
it Is Said. That tbe final compilation of tb* Victorian State rolls shows more female than raa!-; voters. Tin* temperance party say they can'now see total prohibition coming fast. That it' a certain gallau-. steed leads the way in the Bendigo Clip,*. Berringa trio will have their naate' feathered. That the Kokewood J ruction Cricket C ub are not satisfied with, leather balls—they aro going to h&ve 1 a ball of the dancing order on Fri day evening next. That Capt. SpiUer, of the Berringa Salvation Army corps, has collects! abont £60 towards the Self-denial Fnnd. That .life-size.pictnres of the leatl ing Generals in the European war have been hung in the Berriugat State school. That the Berringa School com mittee, also the Progress Committee meet on Tuesday evening next. That the Berringa Cricket Clnh, judging by the way they are prae tisinp', ought to win the district pre miership. That ride clubs are urged by the authorities to lie up an 1 doing. The Bei rmya club wants ;o ge...
CORINDHAP. PATRIOTIC CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 21 November 1914
CO!iIX»II.U\ PATRIOTIC CONCERT. a most successful concert wag held in the Mechanics' Hall on Fri day evening in aid of the Patriotic Fund. The programme was a var ied and interesting one, and tho items were highly appreciated. The chair was occupied by Mr Joiia Chatham, M.L.A. There was a larg* attendance. The programme was aa follows Bagpipe selections, Mr Magor Carr; chorus, school child ren; song ''Out on the deep," Mr !>_ I Leigh; quartet, ••Old Mother Ha's bard," Misses Tavemer and Irenes Stanbrook, R-jv. M. M'Qneen ami Mr F. Johns; recitation, Mr (J. Johnson; song, •• The Motherland." Mrs C. J ames; song, Mr Leigh ; recitation, " Lasca," Mr John Mej-er; song, "The Swallows" Miss Prowse; song, Miss E. Carr; farce. Messrs Pouer Bros. At tb« conclusion of the programme. Cr James Boyle moved a hearty voto of thanks to the performers for tbft splendid entertainment they hwl provided. Mr Adamson seconded the motion, which w.is carried with acclimation. A similar compliment was pa...
District News. SMYTHESDALE. BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 21 November 1914
Disirici News. SMYTHESDALE. BOROUGH COUNCIL. The borongh council met Wed nesday evening. Prpaent: Mayor M'Menamin and Crs Elder. Creed. M'Carthy, Snarls, Williamson, and Kirk. Correspondonoo wan received from Warrnambool Council, City of Bendigo, and borough of Maryborough, J asking support of council to the nominations of Messrs Deany, Androw, and Casoy to tho Country Firo Brigades' Board. It waj resolved to support tho nomination of Cir Andrew, of Bondigo.—From Country Firt» Brigades' Board, requesting attendance of firemen at all public balls. Tho town clerk's monthly statement showed a do bit balance of £107 15s 7d. Accounts to— tailing £13 wero passed for payment. The town clerk was instructed to apply for a portion of grant to parks and reser ves. It was resolved to call for tender# for clearing paths at the Public Gardens. The Mayor referred to the decease of tho late Mr H. Roitze, who was at one time » councillor, and it was Tesolved that tlm . town clerk write a letter of s...
THE "Berringa Herald" PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING [Registered at the General Post Office Melbourne, for transmission by post as a Newspaper.] SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1914 CAPE CLEAR STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 21 November 1914
the "Berrin^a Herald" fi)lll,ISHEI) EVEKY SATURDAY MORNING [Registered at the General Post Office Melbourne, for transmission by poBt as a Newspaper.] Saturday, November 21,1914 cape clear STOCK sale. Dalgety and (Jo. s stock sale at Capa Clear takes placo on Monday noxt. GRENVILLE ELECTION. ■ Mr John Chatham, tlio Labor candidate for tho Grenville election, will address the electors of Berringa to-night in the Presbyterian Hall. DOCTORS- NOTICES. Dr. Read, of Rokewood, notifies that the telephone has been connected with his surgery—continuous service. Dr. Donaldson notifies an alteration in the hours of his district appointments. DANGERS OF BARBED WIRE. Mr L. Gordon, of Berringa, was con veyed to the Ballarat Hospital on Wed nesday, suffering from blood poisoning as a result of coming into contact with a barbed wire fence. He was going his usual round delivering broad, when the horse he was driving moved away, and in his hurry to overtake it he essayed to jump a barbed wiro fence. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 21 November 1914
Commonwealth |s|l. Bank of Hustralia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY Thi« Hank is open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS POST OFFICE BUILDINGS, Sturt & Lydiard Sts., BALLARAT Also at Molbournot Sydney, Newcastle, Broken Hill, Dubbo, Canberra, Ade laide* Perth, Hobarti Brisbane, Rockhampton, Townsville and London, Cable remittances made to, and draft* drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit ^sued to any part of the worid. Bills negotiated or iorwarded lor collection. Hanking and Exchange Busings of every description transacted within the Common wealth* United Kingdom ami abroad. Current account* opened. Interest paid oil fixed deposit®. Advances made agaumt approved securities SAVINGS .BANK DEPARTMENT - Branch Office j BALLARAT. Victorian Central Office: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE* Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Agencies at Post Ollices throughout the Commonwealth Deposits from 1/- to £300. Interest at 3% per annum. De...
BALLARAT PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 21 November 1914
ballarat pig.makket. Coglilan, Boaso and Co. report:—A heavy supply came forward for to-day's market, comprising all classes. There was a full attendance of the curors and trade. Biicontrs: A large number pen ned, including a. number of m>» quality baconere. These met buyers well, -and competition was keen and last week's-high prices were well maintained. The tup price of the jiuirket was X'4/IG/G, which we obtained for odd extra weighty pigs of Mr Cooper; whilst top price of tha market for prime baconers was .£■!/14,6. which we obtained for Mr T. Thompson, Italian; ,£4/14/ for Mr \V. J. Feathers! one, ,£4/13/G for Mr J. Enrigh*. Dunnstown; and Mr A. Se.iley, Sandl'oid; .£4/126 for t^evpn of Mr !?. T. Mitchell: and .£4/12/ for Mr ,T. 1J. Mitchell. Pandford. lie-t |»n«. .134/4/ to .t-l/b/ to .£4/0/6 to .£4/11/; 1,'ood pr,ns, .£3/14/ to .£'3(18/ to .£4 3/: others from £3/5/ to £3/IS/. We *ohl for 51 ven dors at prices ranging from .£3/10/ to £4 14/6: half fats and inferior sorts. ....
THE FALL OF FOUR GREAT HEROES. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 21 November 1914
THE FALL OF FOUR GREAT HEROES. History records that Alexander the Great, who was the pupil of Aristotle at fourteen, and who reigned over tin .Macedonians at sixteen, while h;t father was absent, and who succeeded Philip when he was nineteen, after climbing the heighls of his ambition, rell from his lofty eminence. Alex ander, with his temples bound in eiu-.plets dipped in I ho blood of count less nations, look d down upon a con quered world aiul wept that there was not another one lor him to conquer, then set a city on fire and died amid scenes of debauch! Hannibal, one of the greatest sol diers who ever lived, after having passed the Alps, to the amazement of Rome, and having successfully fought and conquered the armies of the mistress of the world, stripping three bushels of gold rings from the lingers of her slaughtered warriors, fled from his country. He died by poison -"Iniinistered by his own hand, tnilamei,ied, in a foreign laud. Caesar, considered as a genera!, a statesman ...
BALLARAT HOUSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 21 November 1914
BALLAKAT HOUSE MARKET. _ Cofrhl.'ui. House, and Co. report: — we 01 fered at auction at our yards this week 93 horses, 11 eattlo, 355 pigs. Horses: Only moderate supplies came forward for to-day's market, comprising a few 3-year draughts, broken au&lt;l unbroken, a num ber of 7 and 8 year and aged draughts and delivery horses, the balance consisting of light harness sorts, ponies, and riding hacks. Our principal consignments con sisted chiefly of small drafts from local breeders, together ivith a large entry of City and Town animals. There was a good attendance of buyers, including a buyer for riding horses and remounts. Thodemand was evenly sustained through out the sale, and all useful horses changed hands at fair values. We made sale* on account of the following, at juices quoted: —On account of .Mr C. Lee, Wallace, one 3-year heavy draught ,iiIly. broken in, .£3tt; one aged draught, .£15. On account >lr H. Mentha, Ihillarat, one 7-year me dium draught, £15; one aged d...
BALLARAT WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 21 November 1914
BALL A It AT WHOLESALE DAIRY MAHKET. T. J. Lawless and Co. (iato M'Gregor Bros.) report: — Butter: Prime factory prints, llld; lump. 11(1: dairy, 9Jd; sepa rator, 10[d. 2%g#, Sd. Bacon: iSdes, lOd to 11&lt;1; middles, 1/; liams, 1/. Lard, Sd. Honey, 3}d to 3!d. Cheese, 8d to 8}d. Phillips and Chamberlain report: — Butter: Prime factory prints. ll.Ul; lump, lid; separat or, lOil; dairy. Sid. Eggs, Sd to Sid. Bacon: Sides, lid; mid. dies, 1/; liam, 1/. Lard, Sid. Cheese, SJ-d. Onions: Silverskins. J-'II to Xll/10/. Potatoes. .£5 BALLAltAT STOliE AND DAIIIY CATTLE MABKET. Coles and Piilltim re|>ort: —Small sup plies forward comprising store cows, a lew beefy to fat sorts, young cattle, calv es, and ordinary bulls. Springers:A few forward comprisins ordinary descrip tions; there is a firm demand at late pri ces, tx^t to .1*4/19/. Milkers: Good sup plies and tlio majority being inferior and ordinary descriptions; good cows arc very scarce, and this class aro selling at satisfa...
Doctor Versus Lawyer. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 21 November 1914
Doctor Versus Lawyer. "Not long ago," says a lawyer, "I attended a trial, during the course of which there was summoned as wit ness a youthful physician. "It was natural, of course, that counsel for the qther side should, in cross-examination, seize the occasion to utter certain sarcastic remarks touching the knowledge and skill of so young a doctor. " 'Are you,' demanded the lawy«> 'entirely familiar with - the symptoms of concussion of the brain?' " 'Yes, sir.' " 'Then,' continued the lawyer, 'I should like to ask your opinion of a hypothetical case. Were my learned friend Mr. R6ed and myself to hang our heads together, should we get con cussion of the brain?' "■'Mr. Reed might,' smiled the youthful physician."
On the Road. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 21 November 1914
On the Road. Jliss Hogabooin: And in what pro fession is your 'brotiic Lord Hamer cy? Lord Hamercy: Oil, when Algernon leaves Oxford University, don't you know, I fancy lie will take orders. Miss Ilogaiboom (surprised): Yes? Well, there are some real nice gentle men travelling for papa.