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HEYFIELD BUTTER FACTORY HALF-YEARLY MEETINGSNEW FACTORY AND LIGHTING SCHEME AGREED ON. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 April 1914

HEYFIELD BUTTER FACTORY! HALF-YEARLY MEETINGS NEW FACTORY AND LIGHTING SCHEME AGREED ON. The half-yearly meeting of the Hey field Butter Factory WHS held in the Mechanics' Hall .on Tuesday afternoon. .Mr Oshorn, Chairman of Directory, presided, and there were also present Messrs H, Stinderman, J. llahilly, A. Warren, S^nimens, 0. H. Monds, T. P. Giepson, D. M'Cuish, W. Harbeck, J. Allardyce, Kendall, Aubrey, T. J. Rooney, W. B. Johnson, Farvi.s, F. Drpw, Fitzpatrick, Wright, and the Secretary (Mr Hufl'er). The (Jhaiiman said he WHS very pleased to BOB such a large number of ' shareholders present, particularly as they had a. couple of weighty proposi tions to consider-the-erection of a new factory and the installation of an elec tric plant. (He was pleased to say that the past half-year had been one of the best since first commencing operations. They showed a profit of L500. He though they would all agree that the present factory had done good service, and personally he thought they...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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METHOD CHURCH REUNION. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 April 1914

METHOD 1ST CHURCH RE . UNION. On Thursday, March 26th, in the SRechabite Hall, a very pleasant even ing was spent by the congregation of ?the Methodist Church. There was a ?large number" present, including the Rev Collocott (Superintendent of the Oircnit), the Revs Pearce and Burr. :atid visiting niemhers of the Quarterly 3Jeeting from Sale, Stratford and Maf tfra. The Hey field ladies had prepared A knife and fork tea, to which ample justice was done, and appreciation ex pressed to those responsible for the spread. After tea, the Rev Collocott, in a sneat speech, Baid he had a pleasant .duty to perform. He had had a parcel ?ianded to him, but it was not for him caelf; he had to give it away, and it :gave him great pleasure to testify to .the worth of Mr H Gibbs, who for 30 ^years had held the position of Superin tendent of the Sabbath School, and who .3iad now resigned that position. The --present, a handsome silver-mounted .wallett, Was from the" children attend ing the Sunday sch...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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MADAME LENA CONLY. WILL VISIT HEYFIELD ON APRIL 21ST. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 April 1914

MADAME LENA CONLY. WILL VISIT HEYFIELD ON APKIL 21ST. On Tuesday, April 21st, Madame Lena Conly's talented concert party will pay their second visit to Hey tied, when residents will be favored with an opportunity of again hearing this gLrious soprano, who ia supported by a very strong company of artists high in the ranks of the musical world. Madame Conly's Company has just recently completed a moat successful tour of the Commonwealth, and the unanimous opinion is that the company is marvellously strong, and that Madauie's wonderful voice ia better than ever. Here is one of many press notices :- Adelaide " Advertiser," "Beautiuil quality of voice,t complete control of all phases of shade, perfect intonation, and great sympathy made her songs delightful. .Revealed won derful flexibility, and fully sustained her great reputation for Australian, freshness and charm." Included in the party on this visit is Mr Will Elder, humorous entertainer, and an artist without an equal in his class;...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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THE STAG POOLE FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 April 1914

THE STAG POOLE FAMILY. On Wed s«day evening;, loth, resi dents of Heylield and district will have all opportunity of witnessing one of the best performances ever given in the local hull, when the Stagpoole Family pay t.h^-si- return visit to this town. The programme will be entirely new, and many - Hew and original features will be iutt odnc'ed. Those who were fortunate enough to witness the unique perforin .no* of the Stag poole brothers on iht-ir previous visit, were unanimous that, nothing better, had been seen outside of the metropolis so that ptitrcnH on this occasion may attend in tiie hiil kmwledge of having a night's goi'd afn;i»eii»ent-unique, refined and novel.

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A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Borne Secured Success, "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 April 1914

PLAXSf ROAD TO FORTUNE. H«tv? Borne Secured Success, "Become a Patentee." 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas as to improvements and inventions. Experiment. The world is eager for something new, which, however sim more convenient, or promote pleasure or' safety, or do away with faults, or reduce waste. JThe person who gets public adoption of such an invention is on the r.oad to wealth.' He will .cease to be a servant} he becomes a proprietor. - < People 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, head the splendid advioo that JEdis'jn gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the. chief countries, - lien secure your own legal monopoly (n your rights by becoming a patentee. 3. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a clover invention, put him on the track about patents by telling him where ho can obtain the "Inventors' Guide," a ...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 April 1914

HEYFIELD MARKET. ? Theo B Little and Co. report:-We held a highly successful sale of fat cat tle in onr Heyficld yards yesterday, when 152 bead of mostly splendid quality cattle were yarded to n big attendance of butchers. The demand right thi'uVjgh the sale was exceptionally keen, aud nearly a total clearance was made at prices much in advance of previous sale. Top price of the day was secured by Mr John Boland, with a pen of beautiful heifers which realised £9. Fat Sheep-Wethers made 18-«, lambs 14a 6d. Store Cattle-Small yarding. Heifers in calf LI 16d, nice quality 2 to 2£yr old heifers L2 17s 6d This firm also held a successful store cattle sale on Saturday, when about 350 head were yarded, and a splendid clearance made at hfghly satisfactory prices.

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HEYFIELD GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 April 1914

HEY FIELD GOLF CLUB. The annual meeting of the above club was held in the Mechanics' Insti tute on Thursday evening last, wht-i: there WHS a good attendance of niess! liesa. Dr Heffernun (Piesident) occu pied t lie chair, and explained the position of the club. The balance sheet when read showed a membership of 52 and receipts £38 lis 2d, including a credit balance from last season of 1,5 12s 61. The expenses dining the past Hsason were heavy, on account of laying out a new course, erection of a shelter shed, and vxiious cither improvements. Notwithstanding these expenses, the club finished up tlie season with » credit balance of ;£3'!10s, which was considered mo«t satisfactory. Ttie following office-bearers were elected for the ensuing season : President-Dr Htffernan. Vice-Presidents - Messrs Betheras, W. B. Johnson and J. P. Tulloch. Committee-Messrs W.' C. Johnson, Henderson, H. Justice and- A. Cum miiiSr Captain and Handicapper-Mr W. 0. Johnson. Secretary-Mr J. Cummins, Assistan...

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PATENTS AND INVENTIONS. OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 April 1914

PATENTS AND INVENTIONS. OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS. Aiessrsv G.. G. Turri. & Co., Patent Attimieys;.. of the Jtialto, 499 Collins Street, Melbourne, report that specifi cations ..of.:tho . following inventions imve-beim-officially accepted and opened for jinsrpectibn by tlie Commissioner for Patents. . '.Abridgments of the speci fications maj' be inspected, without fee, at their- office/ Lift- Well-Doors- to hold them open, and when the lift goes to close them .automatically.-W'. H." Als'op^T§301\ Steering Disc Ploughs-to xleal wi,th sloping -ground, -and enable" a . trite furroWto be made. J. Gull id gc-S325. .Explosion Engine Silencer-Contains 'series -of concentric chambers-spiral rested I'-^The Maxim'Silencer Co'-^-SGOO; Automatic Sampler for' Tailings _. paddle" jvlieel-spur, wheel-scoop-run ning stream of-tailings^sample - recei ver/''T, B. Tazewell-S7S2.' Non-Reiillable Bottle.-Has a ..noii i-eturn disk ' valve, "piyoted lp' .u ;Cork, sealing ring; tetc:' ~'J. F. anil -6.. ...

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PREMIERS IN CONFERENCE THE LIONS IN THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 April 1914

PREMIERS IJST CONFERENCE THE LIONS IN THE WAY. To the ijiMiy the outcome of a Pre aniers' Conference is always apt to. be -disappointing. Before the flood gates of talk are loosed, the papers refer light-heartedly to ''questions on which . _ =all thoughtful citizens are ngveed." For example, nohody who counts ?denies that Australia's vacant places -should be filled with the right stamp -of settler; that the lowest rate of in terest obtainable should be .paid on the -^£'275,000,000 which the States owe . that a uniform railway gauge would i -make for national safety and efficiency. iBut when detail is reached difficulties of three kinds arise. First, the (Tin an *c?al ; second, the Party; third, those -due to the State dread of Common "Wealth"aggression Tiiat State jealous ies are easily aroused was shown when jMr Watt took exception to Sir John IForrest's scheme for the taking over by "the Commonwealth of the State debts. JHe declared that the "scheme would 'place the control of fut...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 April 1914

MECHANICS', HEYFIELD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15th. "R'E 1UI:N OF THE . Stagpoole patpily, With an Entire Change of Programme. Alexander and El ward Stagpoole in Songs and Patter. Casey and Mickey Rooney's Ragtime Band. Miss Ruby Cox, in New Songs, New Costumes. . f StBgpoole's in Pantomime, "The Music Teacher." a treat for the' Children. Don't let them miss it. Stagpoole, Mage, in his great sougs, "Our Fire Brigade," and " Do they all go to See the Sea ?" Something to laugh at. ' WATCH FOR THE ALIGATOR. . Two Hours of Clean Fun. -?-? PRICES-3s, 2s, and Is. Auctioneers. Efatl|iesoii aijd Davis AUCTION EERS. .TOCK AND STATION AGEN S ' SHEE1' AND CATTLE SALESMEN, ISale, Triralgon, M?a, Heyfield, And 5 St. James' JJtiilcIiujis, Melbciurn l'AT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. GREAT SALE OE MILKERS AND SPRINGERS, BULLOCKS AND YOUNG CATTLE. HEYFIELB TUESDAY, APRIL 21sx. "TVTATHIESON and DAVIS fin conjunc i\ I tion with Messrs Evans and Lang lands) are favored with instructions from D. Langiands, Esq., Med...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 April 1914

.¥©U want « . a 6SHSeZ©N»» At least, we presume you want tile BEST ACCOnniON the world produces-aud that is CKRTAINiY 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 Tlie Celestial Meeon, 30/-; The Organ Mezon, -35/-; The Wonder Mezon, 42/-; The Grand Organ Mczon, 63/-; The Chromatic Mezoii, 90/-. Carefully packed and forwarded to any address. MY CATALOGUE ought to be in your home. Send your address for it to-day and I will mail it, FREE. PLEASB NOTE that 1 have moved a little higher up the street. My new address is LYOIMS, 25$ BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE Ono Door Above Swanston Street. OSIER Y0US SIT BY MAIL!.. f 'S Our lar-ie Mnil order Department has been specially organized for the benefit of Country Clients who ap preciate clyic, fit, and finish at a reasonable price. Our SUITS TO MEASURE from 42/ are of excellent quality mate...

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STRATFORD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 April 1914

STRATFORD RAOES. The following"are the weights for fche Stratford Itacea, to be held on Easter Monday : Hurdle Race Galtee More 10.7, Lax 10.0, Sure step 10.0, Canvasser 9.10, Bushy 9.6, Godwin Sands 9.0. Handicap. L.K.G. 9 7, Pella 9.7, Glyune 8.12, Ooramina 8 3, Bid 7.11, Aliater 7.5, Benita 6.7. Trial. Keyword 9.5, Jack Merne 9.0, Dig* ness 8.11, M«s;giH Ford 8.11, Stogan 5 9, Partlier 8.5, Sederick 8 3, Gilead 8 0, Debut 8.0, Sedam 7.12, Merrewin 7.9, Lady Nymph 7.9, Footchase 7.9, Lonsegait 7.7, Shroud 7.7, Coiilee 7.7. Sash 7.7. Publicans' Purse. L.K.G. 10.2, Silver Gauntlet 8 6, Ooramfna 8.4. Black Gem 8.2, Bid 8..0, Alister 7.8, Stogan 7.4, Gold Vale 7.4, Civilian 7.0. Welter Handicap. Oormnina 10.0, Lax 9.10, Surestep 9.10, Galtee More 9.8. Gladiateur 9 4, Alister 9 4, Gold Yale 8 11, Partlier 8 9, Sederick 8 9, Debut 8.7, Sash 8.7, Benita 8 7. Pony Itacp, 14 a.u. Longford Lad 10 0, Detonator 9.12, SOKSO S.10, Q<iilp 8 9, Strathaird . 8.9, Skidoo' 8 2, Connemara ...

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The Heyfield Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 April 1914

PUBLISHED KVKKY THURSDAY MORNING A high-class concert, in aid of the funds <if iIib Catholic Church, will be held on Thui'srliiy, 1 <>ili April, in the Mechanics' XiiHti 111 to, Gleiiniaggie, Miss Fioirie Fawnz, who created such a favorable impression at a previous concert," has been again engaged, an well aa some of the beat Gippsland talent. A dance will follow. We received the following wire yes terday from Mr Jaw Bennett, M.H. R. : -"Deputy P.M.G-. lias agreed to again call tenders for mails between Glen niaggie and "Licola." A report of the {annual meeting of the Glenmaggie Mechanics' Institu.e is unavoidably held over, E The preliminary notice of an impor tant sale at Heyfield of milkers, sprin gers, bullocks hikI young cattle, on account of Mr D. Langlauds, Medowa .Station, appeals in this issue. Messrs Mathieson and David aie the auc tioneers. We lieg to draw' attention to the Commonwealth of Australia's notice which appear* in this issue're enrol me...

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ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXXII. AT THE DIEPPE HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914

ON GOLDEN WINGS ly W. Howell Pool®.) CHAFI'KK XXXII. AT TH 10 1)1 KIM'K HOTEL. I_ thought to act ;i .solemn conirdy l pon the ]>:iinti'd scene of thi,s l\Tew' World. A lid to attain my own peculiar ends H.V SOI)If such plot of lllillgled jr()wl a lid ill * A.s others weave, but there uprose a J.»OH<T .... ' "Which grasped and snapped tli? tlireads of my device. Ami turned it to a net of ruin. -^Shelley. '? Seated at .the open window of "a French hotel.'and looking Out tju; crowded streets of Dieppe, sat Alice Adair. It was tile eve of her wedding, and llie bridegroom would arrive from Par;* by an early morning train, then calling at the hotel for her, they would pro ceed tog Uier to a little English chm-oh upon tin' outskirts of the town. How beautiful she looked, and how serenely happy. This- was to b<> the joyful end ing of it all-the wife of Arthur Jvnowles. The end for which she had prayed a d hoped with .all the strength of her great love for him...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914

i THE CELEBRATED INSURE WITH THE LIMITED. FOR FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS LIABILITY, WORKERS' CO&PEN . . . SATION INSURANCE. . . . ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. Fall Particulars on application to BALGETY ® CO LTD., . MELBOURNE. (Ma.ssjrM-B for Viofeoria.) I Know Dint special diseases of men and women, when neglected or bad* ly treated* deplete the Strength and Vigor* and maKo life unbearable. I treat every disease to Cure; Kill and cra<licatc every Germ; Soothe and Heal the nerve ccntrcs; Subdue all Inflammation, and restore a normal condition. WcaK, Diseased or Discouraged Men mnr ^avc the benefit of my years of experience FREE, and may depend on the strictest Confl* dcnce and Privacy* Call or Write* Medicine gent Post Free, wrapped securely in plain wrapper. All rubber* goods i!oehcd at lowest- price* .Able book* has Just b«an completed tiy mi, It Is Invaluable to men. You cannot afTo^d to ba without lb Prlc* SIXPENCE. LTD., CORK MERCHANTS, A XD SUPP...

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LIVING IN PINE TREES TO CURE CONSUMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914

LIVING IN PINE TREES TO CURE CONSUMPTION. - ? Living in a tree top in mid-winter is the way Mr. Charles Battersby is regaining health and vigour after a struggle with consumption. Three years ago the spectre of the white Death laid ItS finger upon him. Ho was then working in a jewelry shop, and his physician advised liini to go to a dry, bracing mountain region. ISkl Battersby had little money, and i'elt. that he could not afford such a trip. He decided to make a fight' lor life by living in the open air at home. , His parents have a farm in an iso lated spot'. It. is a hilly country, and has plenty of fine trees, par ticularly pitch pine, that give a bal samic odour to the air. Young Bat tersby, only twenty-one then, had read that this was the quality of air to cure him. He began the fight against his disease ill a very simple way. Du ring the day he did light work 011 the farm. At night he slept with the windows of his room wide open Milk and eggs were his chief diet he improved r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914

Busines Notices . F. G. FITTOR GROCER, DRAPER, GENERAL MERCHANT, HEYFIELD, Ladies' Costumes, R^ady-to-wear, from 6s (3d each Tussore Silk Robes, 20s each. Ladies' Millinery, in Straws and Washing Styles, from 2/6 Straws trimmed to Order. Ladies' and Gent's White Canvass Shoes, all sizes and prices Lace Collarettes and Gloves, in newest styles, colors and shapes. Our stock of Ladies' and Gent's Boots and shoes only require to be seen to be appreciated. Men's Tailor-made suits from 30-j, all sizes, and latest American style. Guard against a shower by havirig-one of my Parasols or " Umbrellas. The best value procurable. All Goods of only the Best Quality Kept. Everything New and [Up-to-date, A VISIT OF INSPECTION TO THE FEDERAL STORES, IS SOLICITED. LATE * J. J. CLARK AND Co. LESLIES, MUM and WINTER 1314 We make our First Display of AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH 13 AND 14, And Will be pleased to welcome you to view the New Goods and partake of our hospitality at...

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SIDELIGHTS ON BALLET-DANCING. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914

SIDELIGHTS ON BALLET-DANCING. + There are very few professions con cerning which the general public, knows so little as it does of ballet dancing. Ballet dancing is a difficult art to Iearn, a girl of average talent, seldom being fit for a first-clr«~s ballet bo fore she lias had five years of hard training, and to make a "star" dan ger at least ten years' training is re quired. The public ought to be disillusion ed as regards the ''fabulous" salaries paid to dancers. Three pounds a week is a very good salary, and the m;-«;ority of dancers do not receive more than .01 a week. Even the few "stars", only' get from £20 to £50 weekly, which, in most profes sions, would be considered a very' poor "top price" indeed. The most helpful training for dan cers ' is known as "side practice." The budding coryphee clings to a handrail with one hand and, thus supported, goes carefully through the various motions. The battle was over. The gallant Twenty-third were congratulating one another over th...

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SINGING M.P.'S. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914

SINGING M.P.'S. . An Irish member of Parliament oncc suggested that a few comic songs sung' in the House of Com motio would considerably enliven the debates. 3f that (..our.se won; adopted many of the h<viourabile iiu-i nber? would be able to indulge in I heir pel hobbies. The late Mr! CMadsione, for instance, not only delighted in in strumental music, but, it is said, oc casionally sang - comic songs. G u: nigger minstrel ditty-"Doo-dah Doo-dah-dey"-in particular had a peculiar fascination for him. The present Minister of War, Mr. I-Ialdane is also devoted to music. Hut, un like the 0.0.M., his bent lies Jn the direction of classical operas and or al orios. Dr. Macnnmera is another devotee to classical music. Mr. Balfour, on the other, side favours sor.'gs of the red nose and dilapidated type, which proclaim the woes of the much perse cuted married mm-. When listening to a dull debate, Sir Henry C.-B. whiles away the dreary hours in hum ming old Scottish hymns. Where Mr....

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MADAME LENA CONLY. WILL VISIT HEYFIELD ON APRIL 21ST. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914

MADAMK LENA CONLY. WILL VISIT HEYFIELD ON APKIL 21ST. On Tuesday, April 21st, Madame Lena Conly's talented concert: party will pay their second visit to Heyfied, when residents will be favored with an opportunity of again bearing this glorious soprano, who is supported by a very strong company of artists high in the ranks of the musical world. Madarue Conly's Company has just recently completed a moat successful tour of the Commonwealth, and the unanimous opinion is that the company is marvellously strong, and that Madame's wonderful voice is better than ever. Here is one of many press notice's :- Adelaide " Advertiser," '.Beautiiul quality of voice, complete control of all phases of shade, perfect intonation, and great sympathy made her Rongs delightful. Revealed won derful flexibility, and fully sustained her great reputation for Australian freshness and charm." Included in the party on this visit is Mr Will Elder, humorous entertainer, and an artist without au equal in his class;...

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