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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 March 1914
The Little Amber Bottle. A FAMILIAR OBJECT IN THOUSANDS OF HOMES. The Amber Bottle 'in which - Dr. Morse's Indian"Root Pills are paekcvl is probably better known as a familial object about the home than any other bottle of a like kind. It is not there ? as an . ornament, -but for 'practical every-day use. In the best regulated families the little ills of life will creep in.. Some member of the family circle may occasionally suffer from Bilious ness or Indigestion, and one or tin other will from time time exhibit- the well-known symp toms of Constipa tion. From these :i:tlc troubles more serious complaints arise, and should, therefore, not be neglected. The slight headache, bad breath, and discolored tongue, are the index to a disordered stomach, and the necessity of keeping a safe, sure, and reliable remedy in the house is apparent. By following such a course the more expensive method of" calling ia a doctor will l>c quits unnecessary. Be your own doctor, prescribe Dr. Morse's In...
INDIAN COSTUMES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 March 1914
mi CGSTU&IES: , /A.. leading modiste? iii Now York : is relying upon old Am on can jridiaii gar- ' nicnts for her inspirations. She juakos tan-skinned coat.j that are' oiubroidored with Jndi;Mi motifs. A blanket em broidered -in ' t.'ic sumo way composes an,evening wrap. /Ji.vcn the beaded head bai.uis of^tlic tribes aro pressed into tho survius, and aro not at ali un becoming! Tiie costumes oi' tho squaws, too, are closely copied, Ths squaw knew a good deal about colour. The manner in which the girls and children wear their blankets is being adopted for fashionable whito. chiffon danoa frocks, and these are'worn with-turquoises as priiamentsj.and^iixllcs.i\v;jtli Indian.mo tifs embroidered thereupon".' \ ? The chief's coat and turban, the lea tlier thoiigs so much seen on Indian garments, the squaw'.-; dre/;s, tho Black- . foot's skin shirt, and tho Indian sym-J bpls for -the ".Morning Star," the j "Blackj Night," "Tho llairi," " .'The Frog," and "Tho Dragon-lly," all these...
ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER. XXIX. "THE WAGES OF SIN." [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 March 1914
,5.7 W. HowoU' Frxjle.) CHAPTER. XXIX. "THE WAGES OF SIN." Tlie f=igh of long imprisonment-the step ; . : Oi' fact on which the iron clanked, ilio groan ' Of death-the imprecation of ' des pair. It was the day of Richard Hammond's trial. Tho court of Durham Gaol,was crowded, the jury empanelled, the judge upon his justice-seat, the prisoner in tho dock.' Of those assembled, female- curiosity predominated; all eagerly pressing for ward to look -upon the face of the ac cused.., f 31arj4 Hammond was the last'Witness called by tho Grown to identify the pri soner, and a percoptihlc paui passed over his face at the mention of her naine-r-a name for many year.- so cold ;usd callous to him-a. name now calling fori.li all tho remnant of a better na ture left in him. to love and veile'rate. > As their eyes mot, she drew herself up slowly as if writhing under pain ; and as her head was falling back, the judge's voice .".wakened her, ior opening her ryes-eyes which had shut her husband's ima...
HEYFIELD RAGES. A RECORD GATHERING. AND.GOOD RACING. OFFICE-BEARERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 March 1914
HEYFIELD RAGES. A RECORD GATHERING. AND .GOOD RACING. OFFICE-BEAKERS. &lt;? President-Mr W. A. Cullinan. Yice Presidents-Messrs J, Cullen, Clark, and P. Garvey. Hon. Secretaries-Messrs H. Justice and P, O'Connor. Patrons-Messrs D. Langlands, R, Gilder, D. Mauson. P. O'Brien, Greg O'Brien, E. Roberts, Tlieo B. Little, J. Ackers, M. Flynn, F. Collins, A. War ren, Jas Garvey. Judge-Mr A. F. Rice. Measurer of Ponies-Mr W. O'Brien. Handicapper-Mr J. Shorten. Stirter-Mr J. Cullen. Clerk of Scales-Mr D. Slattery. Stewards-MesBraM'Ivor, J. Ackers, M. M'Farlane, J. J. Garvey, Timms. Hon. Medical Officer-Dr Heffernan That the Hey field St. Patrick's Day Races are increasing in popularity from year to year has been shown by the attendance at recent gatherings, but the crowd on Thursday last reached almost the high water mark in- this respect, the outer gate and saddling paddock receipts totalling £52/10/. The aunual celebration was favored with fine weather, but during the early part o...
THE CORRICKS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 March 1914
THE CORRICKS. Residents of Heyfield will hail with pleasure the advent of the Corrick En tertainers to this town on Tuesday night next, March 31st. Their enter tainments have always been of the highest standard, and the latest ideas and instruments have been adopted to bring it up to the ideal of the metro polis. The family have been further augmented by the* addition of the youngest daughter, Miss Elsie Corrick, who possesses a most pleasing lyric soprano voice of good quality. Other new members are Mr James Caldwell, a pop.uiar Australian baritone, and Mr Jack Bonny, English character come dian. The repertoire of the Corrick's is a most extensive one, and their pro gramme will be clioaen from some hundreds of original, artistic, and humorous items, so tlmt all classes will be liberally catered for. The company will arrive by their four fine motorcars, and after appearing here will visit Glenmaggie on Wednesday, April 1st.
FIRE NEAR HEYFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 March 1914
FIRE NEAR HEYFIELD. On Saturday evening a five-roomed house, owned by Mr A. Struss, and occupied by Mr J. Gillies, situated between Heyfield and Dawson, was totally destroyed by fire. Mr Gillies,, who is working on shares (Mr Struss being in Queensland at present), came into Heyfield about -7 o'clock, when lie left everything safe; in fact, no lamp was used in the bouse that even ing, so that the origin of the fire is a mystery. ~ Many people in Heyfield .saw the blazo, but attributpd it to someone burning off. The building was insured in the Colonial Mutual Co.,.' but Mr Gillies is a heavy loser, as not a particle of furniture nor any of his personal effects were saved.
WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 March 1914
WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT. AH employers are interested in the question of insurance under the Wor kers' Compensation Act, which .will evidently not be brought into operation for some little time. The subject of establishing a State insurance office in this connection was considered by the Cabinet last week, when reports were received from Mr A. M. Laughton (the Government Statist), who strongly advised, in view of the novelty of the experiment, that an officer possessing a knowledge of insurance and acturial work should be sent to New Zealand to inquire into the working of the sys tem in operation in that country* He pointed out if that were done, the officer would, within three weeks or a month, be able to submit to the Minis try a report on the methods employed, and the methods operating in the New Zealand department,' which had been created under a similar law. The Cabinet accepted . the Government statist's suggestion, and authorised the Chief Secretary (Mr Murray) to send Mr La...
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 March 1914
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5,30 Fat Cattle-'2790 yarded, comprising 100 N.S.W., 900 N.E., 800 G.,_650 S., 140 N., 160 W. Lsrge attendance .of buyers, demand brisk, and prices generally showed a further rise or" 10s to 15s. Prime pens bullocks LI2. to L13 15b, extra to L15 15s. good £10 10s to Lll 15s, light and handy L8 158 to £10, Beconds and inferior £(> 15s. Prime pens cows L8 10s to L9 17s 6d, extra to Lll 17s 6d, good Lf> 10s to L8, others frcm £4. Fat Calvfes-720 penned, prices practically unchanged. Mathiesoa and Davis sold 127 fat cattle and calves. '?
SPECIAL CHEAP RATES. FOR FARMERS' PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 March 1914
SPECIAL CHEAP HATES. FOR FARMERS' PRODUCE, With a view to encouraging the traffic in small consignments of pro duce direct from the producer to the consumer, thH Railway department has recently arranged for upecial cheap rates on goods. For honey, butter, fggs, cream, cheese, ham and bacon, the cost for « package up $> 301bs., up to 50 miles, ix 6d, exceeding 301bs but not exceeding 601b up to 50 miles, 9d. Fruit m»y be despatched at the same rs e. Consignments fully addressed and consigned to the Melhourne goods shed will be delivered to any address in Melbourne and Rtiburbs on payment of an additional fee of 4d per package.
LABOR'S FIGHTING POLICY. MR FISHER'S TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 March 1914
LABOR'S FIGHTING POLICY. MR FISHER'S TOUR. Liberalism should score off the .speeches which Mr Fisher, as Leader of the Opposition, is delivering in the course of his four thousand mile tour. These speeches show that, in spite of -certain bellicose harangues of thr? rank and file, official Labor has no stomach for early battle. "There must be no .double dissolution," exclaims Mr fisher, and he denounces the proposed -appeal to the Governor-General as a ridiculous impertinence. Mr Fisher .gives his reasons for assuming that, when approached by Mr Cook, the -Governor will decline to send Senators to the country. The two test Bills which the Senate declined to pass last ^session, and which will be resubmitted to it at a comparatively early date are, Hr Fisher contends, too trivial to jus tify a double dissolution. With Mr IBTughes he tosses them aside as having no practical bearing on any live issue, «nd as being mere test measures intro duced for party purposes in, what Mr .Oook has ca...
OUR RURAL LETTER. (Written for the Heyfield "Herald") [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 March 1914
OUR RURAL LETTER. (Written for tne Heyfield "Herald") (By "Rusticus.") The inspection of the beet areaa at Boisdalo and Maffra showed that the crops aro substantially belter than thoso of Kitmany. Tiie crops are esti mated to yield up to fifteen tons to the acre. Since the water -was supplied some weeks after the plants had re . ceivcd a check, it is clear that had the irrigation started at the right time, the oiUput of the roots would have been Wcii over twenty tons to the acre. If tiie irrigation facilities had been avial abie, so tuat tiie beet ai'oas could hare received tlieir first watering at the end of November, instead of two months later, there would be no com plaints to-day as to the-returns from sugar beet vulture. On the contrary, tiie r'-?niunerativo yields would have proved so encouraging that there would been an anx.'Jty to increase rather than reduce the area under this crop. The conrtast between areas that have been assisted in this crude manner and those which liii...
MAFFRA BEET SUGAR FACTORY. TO CLOSE DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 March 1914
MAFJFRA BEET SUGAR FAC TORY. U TO CLOSE DOWN. The Cabinet on Monday dealt at ?considerable length with the position of the Mafira sugar beet iudustry and the land settlement question. In ex piation of the decision reached, the IPremier said he had had an investi gation of the state of affairs made by an expert accountant of the depart ment. This was preliminary to the recent inspection of the settlements at Boisdale and Kilmany Park and the Maffra Beet Sugar Factory Gy the Minister "of Agriculture and Lands. TL'he Minister presanted a report and recommendations to the Cabinet, and «fter a long discussion, the following recommendations were adopted : - " That operations in connection «?ith "the beet industry be suspended after the close of .the approaching harvest and manufacturing work." . ''That the closer settlement blocks on the Boisdala and Kilmany Park' Estates be freed from the compulsory beet growing condition." The condition, which the closer ?settlement sub-committee recomm...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 March 1914
Auctioneers. Ifatliiesoi| aqd Davis AUCTIONEERS, STOCK AND STATiON AGENTS SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, Sale,' talgor, Kaffra, Hoyfield, And 5 St. James' Buildings, Mclbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. HEYFIELB WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1ST. MATHIESON AND DAVIS will sell as above So Prime Fat Cows, Bullocks and Heif ers from leading graziers. 50 Fat Sheep A large number of buichers have promised to attend this sale, -and a big yarding of fat cattle is wanted. " . ' SALE HORSE SALE. FRIDAY, APRIL 24TH. MATHIESON AND DAVIS'and ADAM SON, STRETTLE AND CO. will hold their next Ilorss Sale at Sale on above date. . 30" Horses of all classes . All horses left with P.- O'Connor, I-Ieyfield, w be talcen down free. Good grass paddock provided.. A Truck of Pigs, consigned from Pig '1 rucking Association, will leave Hey field for ihe Assciatcd Agents on Tuesday, March 31st. Vendors are requested to advise agent early P. HUMBERT, Forwarding Agent. -1|-TTT Hill ??mi ----- BMIW ll.l'liril^l Adamsoi), Strettle &...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 March 1914
¥@U want . . a "MEZON" At least, we presume you wont the BEST ACCORDION the world produces-and that is CERTAINLY the " MEZON." They cost a little more than some others, but then Well, you will know why when you hear their rich, full, organ-like Tone, and see how exquisitely they are made and finished. PRICES The Celestial Mezon,.30/-; The Organ Mezon, 35/-; The Wonder Mezon, 42/-; The Grand Organ Mezon, 63/-; The Chromatic -?Meacfi, 90/r. Carefully packed and forwarded to, any address. MY CATALOGUE ought to be in y.ourhome. Send your address for it to-day and I will mail it, FREE. PLEASE NOTE that 1 have moved a little higher up the street. My new address is LYONS. 256 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE One Door Above Svvanston Street. ORDER Y01IB SPIT BY MAIL! Our large Mail-order Department has been specially organized for the benefit of Country Clients who ap predate style, fit, and finish at a reasonable price. Our SUITS TO MEASURE from 42/ are of excellent quality materials: tho fine fin...
The Henfield Heralad. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 March 1914
'If ft## liquid, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING A meeting of all interested in the annual Easter Monday picnia at Hey tield will be held in the supper-room to-night (Thursday) at 8 p.m. A good attendance trhoped for. At the half-yearly meeting of the Heyfield butter factory Co., to be held on April 7th, the shareholders will be asked to deal with two important mat ters, viz , the erection of a new and'up to-date factory, and the proposal to instal an electric lighting plant. As these are matters of more than ordinary importance to shareholders, the Board of Directors would urge the necessity of attending the meeting. Last week Mr Dan Rahilly, of Gienmnggie, killed a black snake which measured 6 feet 9in. This ii not an ordinary snake yarn, as Mr J. H. IVarson can. vouch for its accuracy. It is reported on good authority that Mr W. J. M'Lean, of Maffra, has con sented to become a candidate for the Senate. A high-class concert, in aid of the funds of the Catholic Church, will be hel...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 March 1914
In Memoriam M'MICHAEL- (Monds)-Inloving remem brance of our dear sister, Annie, and her three little children, who passed away on 27th March, 1913. We call it death, the veiled and gloomy gateway Into a lovlier, brighter, fairer sphere ; We speak of life cut short; 'tis the begin ning The life of greater, larger interests than here. With righteous tears we would have stayed her entering, Deferred her "going out," for faith is dim, But angel hands in love have loosed earth's fetters, That our beloved one might be free to dwell with Him. Suffer the little children to come unto Me, for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven. . Inserted by her loving sister and brother in-law. E. and T. Kendall.
REALLY DIPLOMATIC. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 April 1914
REALLY DIPLOMATIC. May:: "YVh,at do you moan ny snymjj that Maud is 'more or less pretty' Tom: "Well, she's more pretty than most girls aucl less" pretty tluru your" John, a rather backward lorer, ?afc a'-, one end of the sofa, aud his sweet heart at tho other. ISutli minds Were top full to carry on conversation,. but at last the lady spoke : "John, what am you thinking-about?" John, awakened from his dreams, answered with a drawl, "Oh, just the same as you are," and was surprised to "get the retort: "If you do I'll box your Mrs," .
A COLD IN THE HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 April 1914
A COLD IN THE- HEAD. Wo often liear of a oold "going through iht Jiousij" and many people ? U£C 'CoiibOil'C. to VaiiO UO ; Steps>tO cnecli ' lis prugr&ss. .- They sec one vieciiil ai Wf . u-u^vucf s'uurttmo. to .1110 mxection, ciiiu cuiiiiiy.a.waYt meii'. own. turn. An vumiutiry o6ia in' tno heau is an lnfec-' nous lever just as diptu'eria is, though ? lortunufelyi muolu less . jfcve.ru, .and as a .rule unattejKlecl by «uiy complications, lis cause is not, as was formerly sup posed, exposure, ti> iresn: air, or rain, or ?log, lof workeris -in niountai.nvoiwervu-. .-tones ar6 pxten iexposed to such condi tions without' any iii eifects jvvriie en-' emy is really a microbe^, orvrivthor uni ons niic'rqbco, for wuilo diplitiieria, for example, - is always: caux'id-by>oiio spe cial gerni, a com may be.,bi ought- about 'by . mahy:: gerurs totally xuiferent from each other. There arc predisposing -causes in the .case of certain/individuals wno'take colli:more easily tlian o...
A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE Haw.Some Secured Success." Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 April 1914
A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE (Hay- Soijae Secured Success." , ' ^Become a Patentee." ^1". ; Cultivate and perfect your ideas as- to' improvements and inventions. Experiment./ The world is eager for something new, whioh, however siro inbre convenient, or promotes pleasure or safety,-.or do away with faults, or reduce waste.\ The person who gets public "adoption of such an invention is on the-road to wealth. He will cease to be a servant; he becomes. a proprietor. t T " f Peoplo who handle things', in every day use ; are the natural inventors . of better things,, and the natural capi talists ' of to-morrow. . 2. Study the subject .of-patenting, ltead the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in. the chief countries, - Hen secure your own .legal monopoly oi your rights by becoming a patentee. 3. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend lias produced a clever invention, put him on the track about patents by toiling him where ho can obtain the "In...
HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 April 1914
HEYFIELD MARKET. Messrs Mathieson and Davis report; 150 fat slieep and 60 bead of fat cattle yarded at Hey field yesterday, and practically everything sold at highly satisfactory prices. We quote-Fat wethers £1 2s 6d and LI 0a 6d, fat Iambs to 16s 3d. Mr P. J. O'Connor'a cows L6 lis to L7 2s, Mr 6. Harkin's heifers to L5.14s, F. and H Chester's cows L7 7s to L7 18s, Mr M. Davis' heifers L5 19s, cows £,7 16s, Mr P. O'Brien's cows £6 19a to L8, Mr Geo Zacher's cows L6 15s, L8 6s to £8 8s, Mr B. Timbs' cows L6 19s to L8 5a, Mr Y. Mills' cows £6 10s, Mr J. Wil liamson's 8 bullocks L6 9s, cows and calves L4 9s, Mr D. Langland's heifers L5 17s 6d, and several other lots. 1