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OVERCROWDING IN SYDNEY ACTION BY PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

OVERCROWDING IN SYDNEY ACTION J5Y VRKMIKR. Til" Pr-nii»T (Mr Holman) rrupof#*? to lako r^ardin-t t.n«i d^fVcuvo hout^ i«K condition*. whiefi formed the Hubjiv.t of a :>-n.»nt r*'jK»rt by Prof Irvine. The particulars voritairu'd th**r*irt showed <»vc»ri:iT>\v*n!ii; in tlu* ikktw parts uf S.V«I 11 \»v, and waul of ihv.jm*:* bathing faciliti*1# .'Liul sanitary urraTiywurnt*. In many itistaw*s f.h«> w<nv in a wrrtcliru atato 01 <iiw*j>air.

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AMERICAN ATHLETES SUCCESSES IN NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

AMERICAN ATHLETES SGOOESSKS IN XBW ZEALAND. WELLINCiTON, Thnrsdiiy. The utlil«>!'-s auquittwl thoni t*>lv<w well .it . Omgticy kuo witir.t! in iItitlio utict +:>ft Jin. or Uin ov<ir Ihi! Australian record. In thfl milo i>Vi.nt I'ow.T, .-vr., Wat- first; H. Thom[Wi>n, ]7'i .y.t.riK -eoond; and 1). Stewart, 7r> yurd«. third. Th>: fr rnriiT won i.:: -I- min. 512 2-6 st*'. In ill© 11W jiinis h'.nllos 'r^mpU-tvn won bi« in lt>1-r. Ho was intiTlorcd with ii: tlio fiiuil, which waft won by K«'d in U\ S'-o. 'IVrifplwtoii v/<»n the tifch jump vrsth.5 f*"-t 'J mdio i>> his cirriit. rowtT bik.-it Ki?T>y ov«*r a half mile by 2 j'iiivjp;. Tvmnlot^rt won iViig j 'Mii 9in.

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
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It Is Said. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

It Is Said. Tbat whilst earf-bathing at Pom£ Lonsdale on Saturday a youug ms> and yoaotr woman were drowned*. Mr A. M. David, ot Ballarat, one oS the party, had a close call. That a conference of band, friend ly eociety, and miners' delegates i» to take plam on ISth inst. to arrange for a Hospital Sunday at Herrings. Tbat ibe police are bugy with t!i» electoral canvas. The schedal9 must contain the names of all p«s> pona 21 years and over entitled U> vote. Tbat in a garden at Moonlight »* a notice " Thou sba It not steal,"—th<» owner's preen peas have been fsv» quently walked away with. Tbat a wonderful feat in back riding baa been "witnessed «a> the liiokewood Junction Ootniinoa. Three pet sheep were seized wilt* grf>at alacrity. Tbat we regret :o state that won* hafl been rec-oiv-ed of the serious ilt nfes of Mr G. Haig, son -of Mr W. it. Haig. J.P. That frouo the Labor social held vS Rokewood Junction, the sum of £& lis 7d baa beea added to ibe l...

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[?]mo[?] the Mines. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

Simtlii !ne fBisss. W-ovk w;ih nn<lt"xjr,inn«lf at the Beriiniifi uiin>-* mi Monday., Durinu lh" hiili-lavs n-f>:iir« and? 01 her tit*e,frwiry -a-• i. ^ e;)rrit'<S <mt, and •-vi-ryihiiti; ic ik»w ii« gofrt} working ori|.-r. The l)*rtt<mi kjV«5 and oth^r w.uki'i<?i at th*> Willlsin*** j Fancy Are iti • x<:<- ! >nt bodiep <>£ re~ I angtu-H well for ji Hnccwpfn! ytw*#* operatiorm. The pinking «t the rnairo shaft another 2<)0ft will shortly bo I undertaken, 'i'li* Biiih.ijiy Tanrwil jfltopiner faces are producing Uirgt* i <Hiantiiifn t>f averts;,: yru'U- ore, and | it i* aniicipah'd tbat in the near futnro an impnrttm developtnenS j will take place in the southern vvcck I ings. A Prospecting Association hat* boen f< :mt'd at Cap« Clear to etpIoiS a quarts reef discovered on tbe weai side of the Woady Yalloak River Si far the dev.jopineuts are of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

Commonwealth: Bank of Hustralia Brsmchos are for the tranwction of General Banking; Dualncsa throughout Aurtnli* as under New South Wales—Svdney and Canl>crra. Victoria—Melbourne. Queensland—Briibane and TowuKvilSe. South Australia - Adelaide. Western Australia—Pmb Tasmania—Hobsrt. And at Egypt House, 36*38 New Hroad 8trect, London Cubic remittances made to, and draft* drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign Bills negotiated and collated. Letters of Credit and Circular Notea issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Hanking and Exchange Business of every description transacted withiu tfcs Commonwealth, United Kingdom and foreign countries. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Agencies arc open in practically all Post Offices which Issue Money Orders In the Australian Oommonwcalth and Papua. Withdrawals on demand may be effected foraumaup to £10atauy Office within the Commonwealth i/ Minimutr Deposit 3% Rate of Interest on Deposits up to all £300 ffeii Jaho...

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GRAIN IN THE WORLD'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

TV THII WORLD'S MARKETS. Slightly ii.c-reas-ed firmness is noticeab'u in the London and other European wheat markets, owing apparently to Argentine advices, thouph there doe« not appear to t>e much disposition to buy cargoes with any freedom. The recent official estimate i.'f the Argentine crop, showing :i total »iel<i of 16..'>00.li0fl quarters, represents a considerable reduction from last season, xhile the estimated exportable surplus of 8„WO,000 quarters compares* with about T2,h>00,000 quarters for 1913. Por thf mo ment little Argentine wheat is being t-hip T.-ed to Eurei>e, as exports 011 account of the okl Fearon practically closed some time ago, while new season's •shipments *rti slow in starting. Against this, Aus tralian exports are commencing earlier tiiun last season, and good shipments «hould be made during rho first three months of the year. Indian crop pro* j>aots are .1 mater of uncertainty: hut the •uantity to he eyjiorted from Iiuli;: this...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

IMinin? Notices. Birthday tunnel company NO LIABIIjI TY, Borringa. . NOMINATIONS for two (2) Directo> (to he elerted for twelve m'miln at th Ordinary General MKE PING of Sha'< holders, to be held at Oraiy's Hotel, B i larat. on Friday, the 30'h January, 191 I at 1230 p.ra), require to bo lodged w t the underaiu'iied at leaBt fourteen clu; days before the time appointed tor boh ing the mpfoint;. W.M, AC HE.son, Mnnnsor. 38 L»ydi:ira street uouth, Ballani January Ctb, 1914. VTEW JUBIUBK COMPANY, N't LM LIABILITY, HCAUSDALE. NO I'lCE. A CALL, No. 18, of threepenco p SIl AUI'j. has been made on Hie capi: if the Company, nnd trill, be due ni oayablo to the Manager, at' the oflici "<o Comn-Ki}', on Wednesday, 14 January, 1914. W. M. ACHE80N Manager. 38 Lydiard street south, Ballarat. BIOVIM'G OUT SNAPS AT TUNBRIDGE'S. Corner Wardrobes Strongly made in oak. 5 feet i> inches hish, -">4 inches across, iitted with brass rail ami plenty of hooks'. -Great Value at...

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PLUCKY AUSTRALIANS CROSS-COUNTRY DRIVE. NEWCASTLE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

PLUCKY AUSTRALIANS OKOSS-eOUNTKY DRIVE. N.UWt.WSTMJ. W.*ln»Bda.v. Mi*) Irony Una. Harris and Mr Jack Oastlo .Harris, kit Noivim-Uo Last Thurs day with tho intention of driving to Mildura, on th«> Murray Ri-vcr, a distauco of about 809 miles. Thuy will be joimxl at .Mildura by their brother, Mr Waiter Kilroy Hurris. F.H.G.S. Tfco threo will (••ontiiiuo tho journey ;wirosK New South Wale* to Brisbane. Tho Darling River will t«> l»'ft at Wil <»nnia for » rut. ucrusti country to Bro | ken Hill and White Cliffs. Aftor mak ing back to Wilcannia, thoy will follow tin; river as fur a-t Munxiiidi, and then tirtati for Charleville. Tho return will bo taken along tin; north eoust ditjtri-jt of Now South Wales. Mr Wither Harris, who returned from England in Nuvernl»;r, holds tho distinc tion of being the youngest Fallow of tho Royal Geographical Society, fx-ing only 23 ywmi of nift> at tho time of hi-- ei<-ction. Acmini>auiea by his brother Ja«k, lio drove from...

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R[?] THE HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

THE UAKVIiST. Wheat-stripmng is now genera) throughout this district. In raosi cast's the yields are disappointing and very much below anticipations. Fields of growing wheat that gave every appearance of aver.igiutj nine and ten bago «o the acre befon stripping are only: yielding four o five bags, and iivBotne instances as low as a bag and a half to the acr only is being harveat.-d. The gene ral impression amongst the I'arinn is that the light rainfall during th winter- and the dry spell of \veath> r just previous to the harvest, pre vented the grain from plamping o i' Several farmers maintain that thre> or four heavy frosts experience' about two months ago i? the cans

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THE "Berringa Herald" PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MO[?] [Registered at the General Post office Melbourne, for transmission by post [?] a Newspaper.] Saturday, January 10, 1914. SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

I'HB "Berrinffa Herald" P0I1LIBHED EVERY 8ATDBda> a' "i0 General Pout uffiiv Melbourne, for traaBtniRsion l.y oont * Newspaper.] Saturday, Jamjary 10, i<U4. SUDDKN DliATH. iur LMtnti, licensee of ih^ Cap" Cl»ar Hotel, suddenly yester day morning. Mo lia l w •' k.«l into ihn yard, when be suil i 1. f»ll fur ward and expired. D' c-hk^I had been a sufferer from Brian's dis ease. 1,0. OF. Tho fortnightly ineetjiic of the Berringa lodge was held on Tbnrs day evening. N.G. Bro. Hope }.r, sided over a good aft^ndanc* of members. A Pasl Gratiii'scertificito was preaenred to P.G., Bro. Eld ridge, on behalf nf the lodge by D.D.G.M., Hro. CIipp. liro. Eld ridge saitably responded. MINERS ANNIVER v\ RY. The committee of ih<- R ikewood, Pit Held, and BuHnga branch F.M.E.A. have tinder consi'l- r ition a proposal to rnu an umegiotered pony race meeting, as well as a pic nic, in lieu of the usual registered race meeting, on the occanion of the anniversary celebration to ta...

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CAPTAIN GRANFORD'S CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

CAPTAIN GRANFORD'S l CHRISTMAS. ; 1-iy 10. NEWTON BUNG 10V. "Dick, old chap, it's iu your power to do me no end of u favor," said Captain Winter, of the 41(Hh Bulfe. The two otiicers were standing on the deck of a troopship which was on ner way home from India, bringing the 'UOth Duffs on board). "I'll do - anything I can for you, Harry," replied Captain Dirk Cran ford. The two atlicers were both young and good looking, and they had both distinguished themselves in India. Now Captain Winter began to put nis request before his chum, and, in t.hort, it was as follows:— Captain Winter had accepted an in vitation to spend Christmas at his uncle's homo iu tho country. He had Jiot seen this uncle, whose name was Wayneford, for many years, though as a boy and a young man he had spent many a holiday there. Now he wanted very much to spend Christmas elsewhere, but he did not wish to offend his uncle, so he asked Dick Cranford to go In his place. "You're very much like me in ap pearance and b...

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JIM SANDERSON'S CHRISTMAS GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

JIM SANDERSON'S CHRISTMAS GIFT. By AMV LISTER. (.All Rights Reserved.) li was a brisK, crisp morniug the first week in. October. Molly Sauiiui son stood at the gate of tiis little villa waving her dainty handkerchief in-a long good-bye to her husband as he turned the corner towards the sta tion. Every morniug during the two years Hhe had been married Mo.ly had done this, and Jiin Sanderson, as he wended liis solitary way and en tered the waiting train which always took him to the City, reflected on the happiness that had come to him since ho* had captured the heart of the beautiful girl who daily watched his retreating figure and longed tor hie return. But this morning both hearts were specially joyous, for it was the second anniversary of their weddins day—-that day of supreme delight when these two had taken each other for better or for worse "until death ub do part." • Jim Sanderson was a managing clerk in a great paper warehouse iu Upper Thames-street, with a salary of . two huu...

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Distric[?] News. DEREEL. LABOR PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

District News, DEREEL . LABOR PICNIC. A very successful picnic was held on Boxing Day at the Dereel lagoon under the auspices of the Dereel branch P.L.L. About 300 people were present. An interesting sports' programme was carried out under the supervision of Messrs M. Moy nihan, W. Thornton. J. Harrison, M. Buckley. E. M'Carthy, A. Chenory, J. Buckley, M. Conn. -J. Klein, Jos. Klein. J, Hoare, W. H. Butler, and J. Michell (secretary). Besides a number of races, tho following events were keenly competed for:— Stepping the chain (trophy, a set of brushes in leather case donated by Harry Davies and Co.) was won by Mr D. M'Gann; Bowling at Wicket (trophy, e.p. butter dish donated by John Snow and Co.) was annexed by Mr Jos. Sharp Guessing Com petition for fat' sheep (donated by Buckley Bros.) was secured by Mr John Klein. An appreciated dona tion by Mr M. Djly in the shape of a box of tea did good service when the gathering was served with re freshments, tho following ladies being in at...

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Sporting. BERRINGA MINERS' ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

Sporting. BERR1NGA MINERS' ANNI VERSARY. It Las been decided to celebrate the anniversary of the Rokewood, Pit field, and Berringa Branch of the F.M.E.A. by holding a race meeting and picnic on Saturday, 7th Febru ary, in the Berringa liecreation Reserve. A lengthy programme of horse and athlt-tic events has been drafted, and is soflienlly varied to suit the tastes of all sections. The following officials have been ap pointed to carry out the day's ar rangements :—President, Mr E. Lusk; Vice-president, Mr T. Brown; Secretary, Mr J. O'Donnell ; Treas urer, Mr A. Hope; Judges—horse events, Mr A. Bowman ; athletic events, Messrs L, Hansen, W. Langs ford, J. Till, J. Barke; Starter, Mr M, Minehan ; Time-keeper, Mr H. M'Lean; Pony Measurer, Mr J. Dun stan ; Haudicappers—Horse racing, Messrs T. Gallavan. H. M'Lean, J. O'Donnell ; athletic, Messrs T. M'Kecgh, D. Davies; Clerk of Course, Mr J. Howlett; Stewards— Horse racing, Messrs A. Hope, A. Shaw, D. Pearce, ,J. O'Brien, T. Hanna, W. Moo...

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State By-Election. MINISTERS RE-ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

Slate Bg-Einction. -MINISTERS RE-ELECTED. The three mt-mbvis of tho new Lilien.I Administration who were chailejt^ed . in their constituencies —the Premier (Mr Watt), the At torney General (Mr Mackinnon), and the Minister fi>r Water Supply and Agriculture (Mr Hutchinson)— wt re all returned at the by-eiections on Thursday by substantial majori ties. Their colleagues bad been elected unopposed earlitr in the month. Chief interest centered perhaps in EefJendon, where the premier (Mr Watt) was lighting his eleventh con test in 16 years of Parliamentary life. The electors gave him a ma jority of 1,422. He scored in every division of the electorate but one. The Attorney-General also regis tered a comfortable majority over the Labour candidate at Prahan. The poll there was a somewhat small one, bnt the count gave Mr MacKinnon ihe victory by over 800 votes. At Borung the new Mirister for Agriculture and Water Supply scored a decisive win over Mr F. McRae. another Liberal who stood again...

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SHELFORD. SHIRE SECRETARY COMPLIMENTED. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

SHELFORD. SKCKETAltV COMI'LIMHNTKI). At ilie jmM'lnitf of Shiro Council Woil»<>stlay Mio following letter \v;u> ro coiv^ from Mr II. A. Hunt. Common -wealth M<>h>orolo£isU addressed to Mr C. A* C. Wilson, shire secretary:—"I am jr.Lid that you a.ppr<M;iafe<I fhc Christ mas feoolrk't wit h itiS photographs of tho great €>umc<M\s in I ho «{iuly of Australian iric -twrology. Kut ino loyal oo-operafrion of ftucn like yourself wut* Iur^oly rospoiiriilile tfor the value of the work accomplished . by fclhom, jiihI <io it always will be "in fltractieal meteorology. You have a par ticularly fimo Tocord, .uid I trust: you may 5» enabled to carry on your observations Ifcrr luanv yoar.s to como."

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ROKEWOOD. THE HIGHLAND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

ROKEWOOD. THK HIGHLAND SJ'OKTS. Owing to the adverse wo-atlicr conditions 4th o reel-lit IIliILilui sjxir!> prmvtl :i finan «-ial failure. I'lio <onimitU\! have ilocidwl 4o tnil*=cril)i> tli<> deficiency, ;uid in order to recoup t;hems«»lvos ttiey projxiso to hold ecrios of dances in the junr future.

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CORINDHAP. RE-UNION OF OLD SCHOLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

CORINDHAP. lUi-UXION OF OLD SCHOLARS. • At a meeting hold un Saturday evening presided over by. Or lioyle, it was ^decided to hold the annual re-union on ^Thursday and Friday, 22nd and 2Hrd .Tan amrv. Sub-i-onimittcivi" wi*rc appointed fco ■carry out the ditfails. Tlio scliolars wiJ1 Sxst aft4Miiblo in tlu' JUwlia.uie.s' 011 Tlinm -<iay evening, and on Friday a picnic will 4akc place in Mr W. LaidU'r's paddocl;. 3atimafion has t.v-Mi received from a nmn 1>er of <-l<l Ix>ys t hat t:lipy will Ih> present .from Jik'Hwu: nr. Sydney. and othcr jlnces.

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CAPE CLEAR. OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

CAPE CLEAR. OBITUARY. One of the laigest funerals that Jhas taken place liere'fcr some time was that of the late Mr •Charles Dunn, licensee of the Cape Clear Iiotfi, which took place on ■-Sunday last, the remains being in ferred in the Piifield Cemetery ^The coflin-bearers wtre Messrs Mor row Bros.. Maxwell, Scott, McTag ■fiart, of the Prince of Wales Masonic Xodge, Suaythesdale. The pall ' heavers were Bro. Jas. Stewart. Lismore Lodge, Bxo. A. Eb . lrtep, W.M.. Prince of Wales Lodge; -Bros. Thomas. P.M., G. Wilson, P.M., W. Cc.ltman, P.M., J. Richard *on, P.M., Porteous, Hoare, Boden, Mason, M'Donald, A. Aisbett, of the Prince of Wales Lodge; Messrs Watson, MacTaggart, Geo. Scott. D. Bain, Alf. Dunn. The R«v. John Hall conducted the service at the Stouse and grave. P.M. Bro. Colt snan, assisted by P.M. Bro. Geo. Wilson, conducted the Masonic ser vice.

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WHEN WORN OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

WHEN WORN OUT. There was once a man who said he hated sleep because of the Interesting tilings that might be happening while lie \va3 unconscious of them. This sounds liko a fairy tale to the tired working women and housewives who long for more rest than tho de mands of time will allow them. ( But these can relax for a time even in the midst of business. It may not be easy, but it is possible. When manifold irritations wear too greatly 011 tired nerves, the signal has been given and the victim may know that if she does not take five minutes' repose she may need five hours later on. As soon then, as the marks of ex haustion and weariness begin to ap pear—as soon as one answers sharp ly, forgets well-known facts and words, loses control of one's fingers, and is prepared to laugh or cry at the smallest thing it is time to let things drop and to seek whatever quiet lies nearest. It is by no means neoessary that one should sleep or even lie down for tho few minutes that are all that can ...

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