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Sporting. CRICKET. ROKEWOOD JUNCTION V DEREEL. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 February 1914

sporiiijo. Ki>Kr:\V00r> JUNCTION V DEIJEmi. T1k> return match wa.s played at Itoke «ood Junction before a large crowd of spectators. The homo team played bet' l- i- than expected, and defeated the visi tors l>y 21 runs. On the previous occa sion Dercel won by 7G run;. After th&' match the visiting team wns entertained at a tea in tho Mechanic*' Hall, after which the hall was cleared and <laii<'iu£ curried on till U.-Ui, and supper Ms handed round. The musicians t'ot the dance we.ro Jlrs M'llutchinson and M«:s»rs I'- Stoneha.m, J. Chambers; Mr Syk-.-s acted as jM.C. Appended a,ro the cricket scores:— Kokewowl Junction.—.T. llaehinger, "b X, Mitchell, I; 1°. Stoneham, b T. JJuekley", 5: G. Arnold, b T. Buckley, 13; .).' If.. Chambers, r. and b Mitchell, 19; N M"Hutchison, b J. Klein, 7; S. Clinton, b W. .U'Carthy, 0; II. Collyer, run out. 0; It. Gladstone, b J. Klein. 0; A. M'Cai luin, b W. M'Carthy, 4; S. ISnidy, b W .M'Carthy, 12; L. Gordon,...

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It is Said. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 February 1914

II Is Sam. That a very pleasant afternoon was spent at the Rerringa tennis court on Siturday afternoon. This sort of exercise is making some of the ladies ot' elastic gait ami spright ly deportment. That Mr M'Grath, M.P.. and Mr T. C. Carey have promised to de liver addresses at the ' Berringa P.S.A. on 15th prox. That at the Berring-i Children's Court on Tuesday, the clerk, Mr \V. J. Nicholls, was complimented upon the rapidity and accuracy with which the depositions were taken down. That a novice in bee hive robbing, being unable to obtain the honey in the usual way, fried to 6make ant the industrious honey gather* i-s, with the result that the hive nar rowly escaped destruction by tire. That now the Mineis' anniversary sports have panned out so satisfac torily, Mr Tom Harris will be aliJe to crow that his hard fought, pro position bore such fruitful res«3ts. That Mr Chatham's idea to make land along railways produce something is a good one. Too many of our railways run through go...

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RACES AT ROKEWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 February 1914

RACES AT KOKE WOOD A Hale ."it meeting has boon ar ranged to come oil' on St. Patrick's Day in aid of the Mechanics' Insti tute, and a very interesting pro gramme has been drafted for th-» occasion. The ofticials are—Presi dent, Mr C. W. Sianbrook. Vice presidents, Messrs W. P. Thomas, QL H. Stanbrook, C. F. Howe, E. Rus sell, D. H. Gibson, P. J. GuUaghai}, W. L iiuler senr., D. Poynton, W. EL D. Collyety John Bell, D. Jolly. Secretary, -Mr J. G. Berry. Trea surers, Messrs F. W. Westrietn ani W. P. Thomas. General Committee,. Messrs A. Oamtn, J. Meyer, Lee inon, J. M'Carthy, Z. Williams, W. Williams. R. Bell, AI;m Noble, R* I Scally, A. Robertson. T. Kennedy, T. Bailiie, F. Ilobinson, C. J acnes. Judge, Mr G. H. Stanbrook. Starter Mr C. Wilding. Clerk of Course, Mr T. Kennedy. Tima-keeper, Mr O. F. Howe. Clerk of Scales, Mr J, Meyer. Pony Measurer, Mr II. Gil bert Stewards. Messrs J. M'Carthy, W. Alcorn, C. Wilding, W. Chatham*. W. Laidler sent-., D. II. Gibson, Afaa. Noble. Handica...

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BEEAC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 February 1914

BEEAC RACES. The annual races of the \..tub t.-jka pli'jjp <yv Sayf11" programme tJRliKTe.s'Triiil Hiu^® 10 sovs, Novelty Pony Race of 15 sovs. Distance Handicap Trot of 20 sovs, Beeac Handicap of 20 sovs, Welter Handicap' of 10 sovs. Hack Raco of 5 sovs, and FIj j Handicap of 7 sovs. Splendid entries h&vo boon received, and a capital day's sport is assured. A special train will leave Ballarat on tho morning of til* races, and will pick lip passengers at aJI stations en rouie to Beeae at excursion!, fares.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 February 1914

Business Aoticts. 313 213 BE SURE of the NUMBER. ■213 It PAYS to be sure of a number—it avoids annoy ance, chance of disappointment, and ASSURES, SATISFACTION. It will certainly pay you to carefully note that JNTumber 213 Sturt Street Is the XEW ADDRESS of W. E. Th New Dent Now M VKE NO MISTAKE visit. YOU caa't afford to make are at stake—no onu You'll find there is only one N »I13 OR 213 S CURT ST., and it is clearly shown in large figures. m,;:: { .•you set out on ,yonr lieiHtypu^teet h Exactly 3 Doors Below City Hall a perfect t711ing^ljlr8Pleu'tli 'o'f' "fti e highest order procuraSfe 111 any part of the world for the small amount of £3s 3s. Call to-day. - REMEMBER THE NUMBER-213. Open Fridays till 9 p.m. "rhouc -490. J. t. Saturdays till 1 p.m. RIDINGS, Representative. 213 313 A Word to Farmers. If you havo'ut been getting satisfaction from your seeds—if they luve'nt been as fresh and as clean as they should be—try OURS for your next sowing. We guaran tee ALL Our Seeds to be FR...

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BALLARAT STORE AND DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 February 1914

HAT.J.AHAT STOlMi AND JUIKY CATTL1-: M A HK1CT. Ooghlan, Jl3::s;>, am! Co. roport: — A uplen.lid yarding rauu> forward for this . tvook's marker, comprising a number of primo anil b<-c-fy eows. several pens of K-ip'.I iveifers in fair eondition, number of «ood stnro eows, the balance consist inj? of youn;; cattlo and a few Ij'.iHh. Tho yttendanej Wan aj;ain liivsc. and a com plete clearai-.e-e cfiVofoi! at v-cry satisfac tory price#. I'rime io beefy sows. .£4.'10/ to incliitliitjy one Una of 0 head at the latter price, to .85,3'." Springers: Koi;i? forward, but arc wanted :!3-year heif ors to .£1/2/; 1 ]<;•!) of choice steers ami heifers, 2 years, .1*3/16': IS months to 2 j-car mixed wses, .t"2/10' to .£2/14/ to .£2 J5/; 3-vear stvc-i'~, i'.'J.G 'i; young cattlo. .il/K>/ to .£1.12/6 to .1*1/170; p(Sdio«, 7/6 to !!(>/ to 25/; store cows, .4:2*16/ to £3051 to i'!-; old coxva, .41,5/ to .£1/15/. Hulls Only a fe w aged, lflugii descriptions penned, ivhi...

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BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 February 1914

BALLARAT WHOMCSA L'li l'nODUCJJ AXAKKKT. The quotations uro:—Wheat. 3,'C to 3/7 for prime milling. Oats: I'air food, 1/7 (o 1 /Jj for stout lieavy milling. Barley: 1'riiiiO. !I/i: fair to good, 2/10 to 3/; Cape, 2/. 1'lotir, .1:8/15/. Bran, A'l/10/; pol lard, >1*1/15;. Potatoes, new, .£3/10/ to .1't. Hay: Best chatting, 37/6 to «£2; manger, .£2 to -£2/2/0. Straw, 32/C. liALLATiAT WHOLESALE DAIRY l'KUBUCE MAJiKKT. Thursday. Phillips and Chamberlain report:—fiut trr: Prime factory prints, 11A<1; lump, lid -to 111(1; separator. Sd Id 'Jd; dairy, 8d. Bggs. 9d to lOd. Bacon: Sides, lid; middles, 1/; haras, 1/3. Honey, 3d to 3U1. Lard,' 7Jd. Cheese. GUI to 7ld. Onions: Drown .Spanish, .to/10/. New potatoes, .£3/15/ -to .£1. T. .1. Lawless, nnd Co. (late M'Grcgor Bros.) report: — Butter: l'rimc factory prints. 11.U1 to 1/; lump. 11U1; dairy, 8d; separator. Od to 9Jd. Kggs, 9d to lOd. Uncoil: .Sides, lOd'to ll'f; middles, 1 /; hams. 1/3. Lard. Sd. Honey, 8J<1 to 31d...

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DECLARATION OF MAIN ROAD COUNCILLOR NOT CONSULTED. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 February 1914

DECLARATION OF MAIN ROAD COrXCILLOlt NOT CONSULTED. At the meeting of the Leigh S!iire Coun cil to-day a letter was received from tho Country l!<jai!s Hoard, forwarding a list of the roads proposed tu be declared main roa<ls under the Country Koads Act, namely. 1. The Colae-BuLlurat road. near tho shim boundary near Cressy, thenco r.ortherly and north-easterly to- lioUo wockI. •>. Tlio Shelford - Bannockburn road, .from Shelford easterly through Teestlale to tho eastern boundary of the shire. 3. Tho lnverleiijh-Shelford road, from Shelforil south-easterly to the east ern boundary of tlio shire, near liiver leigli. Tlio secretary of tlio Board also maintained that while the roads thus in dicated were those which the Board con sidered of sutfieirnt importance to bo de clared main roads, it did not follow that they would bo the, only roads in tlio shire (lint would be so clawed, as the Board had power from time to time to declare additional loads should further...

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BERRINGA MINERS' ANNIVERSARY A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 February 1914

BERRINGA MINERS'ANNIVERSARY a tiuavt succkss. The Berringa distiict minei>' niuiiver f-ui'.v celebration is invariably looked for ward to to provide th« means of merry making and 111o exchange ot fraternal greetings amongst members who gather to jscther «<«c« a •oar from various parts ot tlit* district. Saturday's celebration was i:<i -exception Id tlu> rule. Members were present Searsduie. Derccl, PiUield, Rokewood. ;m.i intermediate places, - and aliioug-t' tl\>« Srom a di.-tance wete Mr I>: M'liratli M.I*.: Mr T. .hide, sec retary F.M.K.A.. Mr T. Tien, ex-presi dent Baliarar branch; and Mr T. C. Carey. Puriig Friday night ami t'»v the greater part ot Sal iminy morning heavy showers of rain fell, and thi- had the effect ol' cooling the parched earth and (he atmosphere: in fact. as tho afternoon wore on out-of-door conditions were quite congenial. The proceedings took more of the" form of a picnic than anything else, and the programme of events inc...

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THE "Berringa Herald" PUBLISHED EVERY SATRUDAY MORNING [Registered at the General Post Office Melbourne, for transmission by post as a Newspaper.] SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1914. ALLEGED THEFT OF BICYCLE. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 February 1914

'THE "Berrinffa Herald" l-JI'.l.li-HED EVERY 3ATUHDAY M0HN1S0 [Registered at- the General Post Ofiico Melbourne, for transmission by post ns a Newspaper.] Saturday, February li, 191A. MAXGRI.) TllKl'T OF BICYCLE. liupert Furness, who was arrested by ■Von<-t M. Crimmins on a charge of break ing into ami stealing a bicycle from tlio residence of Mr A. UJsfe, of llerringa, was brought before Messrs W. C. llaig and S. Station, J. P., on Wednesday. Serjct lt«ger.son prosecntal. The accu>eil was committed for trial at the Ballarafc Sinv :viiie Court 011 ti-ttli February. PRKSBY'TKIUAN CHURCH. Tiio board of management of tin- Her- j rinsa- Cluiroll met on Tuesday evening and disposed of a lengthy business >heet; Kev. Ilall presided. It was decided to oii'eet. various improvements to the hall, 1 and Mr ..Sneddon, was entrusted to see that ^ 110 work was carried out. Harvest fo— tival services were fixed to take place on ihc first Sunday in Mai;eh, and it was decided to invi...

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THE ONLY WAY HOME RULE PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 February 1914

- THE ONLY WAY HOME) RULE) PROBLEM. Two notable speeches by Sir Edward Carson and tho Prime Minister have bronght this solution perceptibly nearer. Both are regarded as of tlio highest Importance, and "Tho Times" says that "Public Opinion is undoubtedly right in hailing Mr Asqulth's speech at Mr n ehester as a notable landmark in the Hcime Rulo controversy." HOPEFUL DECLARATIONS. ■Sir Edward Cdxson, having laid down certain preliminary conditions to any settlement, the Prime Minister, at Man chester, said:— "I don't find anything in any of then-, with which in principle I should be dis posed to quarrel. "I regard those declarations, com ing from the quarter from which they do, as a significant and hopeful feature of lh« situation, and J cannot but ex press a belief, and mora than a bell.-f, an expectation, that discussion, freely and frankly carried on on the lines which I myself Indicated at Ladybaik on the one hand and on tho lines which Sir Edward Carson indicated in his Manchest...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 February 1914

W ! H wSiS.ws.Gl yCliwi SPEAKS OF THE WORTH Of Clements Tonic So ill his friends scarcely knew him and he went to the Melbourne Hospital. A friend recommended Clements Tonic, and that saved him This letter has been recorded because of its great crnestness, and the way the writer, Mr. Wolliday. expresses his sufferings and recovery. It shows what Clements Tonic can do. Mr. Holliday writes from his business address. 113 Madeline Street (Bakers Patent Peel Factory), Carlton, Melbourne. 19,'5 11. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., ^ "I am glad to tell you what Clements Tonic did (or me. A year ago I was so ill from bad liver and nervousness. I blamed overwork, and a rush of orders. To keep customers supplied I worked day and night,,with the result I got so ill I could lake no part ia the business except supervise. To give an idea how ill and changed I w«s, people who had not seen me for months would pass and not know rae. I was for five months like this, gradually getting worse. Good advicc and mcdic...

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LIFE LOST FOR A PENNY [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 February 1914

LIFE LOST FOR A PENNY Inadvertently travelling on to Mark lane station instead of alighting from the train at Aldgatc East, it was said at a Southwark inquest yesterday (says the "Daily Mall" of November 25), James Mallett, thirty-eight, laborer, refused to pay a penny excess fare. He crossed to another plat form and was entering a moving train — not the one he wanted — when he fell between the footboard and the platform and was killed. A verdict of Accidental Death was re turned.

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POSTAGE STAMPS DUTCH CENTENARY [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 February 1914

POSTAGE STAMPS DUTCH CENTENARY (By Fred J. Melvillo, In tlio "Dally Telegraph.") In tho early part of this year there was added to our albums one of the finest series of stamps of historical as sociations ever issued, in the Russian set commemorative of the Tercentenary of the Romanof dynasty. Now, towards the close of the year, Holland lias emulated tho example of Russia, and has issued a set of stamps to mark the centenary of the accession of William I. to the throne of the Netherlands. The Dutch series does not present the variety of portraiture, nor the same attractiveness of design and color, found in the Russian series, but the stamps arc well engraved and printed by the historic firm of Enschedc and Sons, of Haarlem. Tlioy aro of large, upright, oblong shape, and depict portraits of William I. and his successors of tho same name down to tho present occupant of the throne. Queen Wilhelmina. The values, with their respective portraits and colors, aro 2% cents., deep green on gr...

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DEREEL. P.L.C. SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 21 February 1914

DKItKEL. P.L.C. SOCIAL. On Tuesday evening :i social was lield in the Dereel Church Hall, to -welcome Mr D. C. M'Grath, and Mr .J. Chatham, M.L.A.. Visit ors were present from liokewood, Corindhap, and Berringa, the room being packed to the doors. Mr J. Jvlein occupied the chair. After the chairman's address, Mr Chatham gave a very interesting address on State politics, and then Mr M'Grath, •who was received with a warm wel come, spoke on Federal politics. He said he was very pleased to see isuch a crowded bouse that night, «nd hoped that, when the elections came rontul again they A'ould ad iight for him in the future, ai5 they .had done in the past. Songs were rendered by local performers, and ■refreshments were handed round by the following ladii-s: —Mis Miss, Mrs Mitchell, Miss Buekiey. .Mit-s Chinery, Miss Hoire. A heaity "vote of thanks, moved by the chair man, and seconded by Mr J. Hoare, ■waacairied with acclamation, this ■•bringing a very pleasant evening to a close. WATER S...

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CRESSY. FIRES [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 21 February 1914

CltRSSY. FIRES, The smoke Irura surrounding Sinsh fires has enveloped the town-: ship for days. A grass lire started s.t Mr P. Beswick's farm and spread ■So Mr -1. Sutherland's where consi derable difficulty was experienced I an saving the homestead and threa large stacks of liay. Mr Beswicke -was prostrated after the tire was £ot under control. Residents are l>ecoming alarmed about the scarcity water, some having to cart sup •plies already. RAILWAY TRAFFIC. A great quantity of loading has .spne through this station. Oh Thursday night there were four igoods trains at the station at one ■Sioie. with a grand total of 1501 ftrccks. Two trains were bound for Marnona, etc., and the other two for ilheiinphap and Get-long. Ail these trains are worked with single en gines. DUCK SEASON. The duck season opened well. J&s a rule the sports worked in -pairs, and secured as many as 10 ducks for the first night's shoo!.

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CAPE CLEAR. FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 21 February 1914

€AI»E CI.RAK. FIRES. There has been a thick haze of saniolie banging about since Saturday 1 eight,.caused by the numerous fires j «f late. During Friday afternoon, * farmer was burning oil stuble at ifae Pandora, when the fire jumped the break and burnt *00 acres of '-Gienline and 10<> bags of wheat be longing to Mr \Y. Richardson. Tlie i£re got within a few feet of sorae <ii!g haystacks, owned by Mr Kirk, -which were saved after a hard light. RECREATION i'.ESERVM A well-attended public meeting -w.is held in the local Mechanics' Hall on Satuaday night, presided «rer by Mr A. T. Hoare. The ob ject of the gathering was to devise •a means to raise funds to enlarge the T«ecreation reserve, which is too asiuall for horse racing. It was un animously decided to hold the usual xsce meeting on Easter Monday, and devote the proceeds to the above Jfemd.

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SCARSDALE. LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 21 February 1914

SCAltSDALi:, LAWN TENNIS. The match between Italians ai>d iScarsdale on Saturday was foil >wed with considerable interest by a large acmber of supporters. Xew Ju-bi 4e& anil Newtown did net mee(Tand l&at match will not be played. The {nimes were very even, and the vic tory was not dt-uided until th« last -jst.-r, when Italians -von by three jsatnes. The scores were ;—Italians, games; Scarsdala This com- j ptetes the competitions, and the joints are as follows;—New Jubilee,. .3G; Italians, 32; Scarsdale, 16; Nevr luwn,

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District News. SMYTHESDALE. PEOPLE'S LIBERAL PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 21 February 1914

Blsuici News. SJIYTHKSD.l LE. PEOPLE'S LIBKIVVL PARTY A meeting of the tVo|ili»Ts Liberal rParty was held 111 the Mechanics' 7sn Friilay; Mr J. Cameron ooi-npied chair. Mis-i JIi'aKon ito Jjwri-il an aitiiifhr- on thu neo-eMt} for thorough orL'ailiswtio'l, l<> he lor :»nv »•!»»•»■> *»m-yt aii'l M: N. Howei) i-xplsiiiifti tbrf otij-cts »f she high t*>a ami U'Uili r Mnit: to he ht»|il oil Thursday, I2th Mm rob. in *lit- C\iy Hall, Bjlirnt. Avole of thanks vvus awonleil the speakers, i>ti the motion of Mr E. IL Shep herd »»>ti M'- J. Howard.

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SHAKESPEARE'S CHAMPION FAMOUS CRITIC SPEAKS [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 21 February 1914

SHAKESPEARE'S CHAMPION FAMOUS CIUTIC SPEAKS ■A few Baconian enthusiasts who ver. tured into Caxton Hall last night to hear Dr. GeorRe Brandes, the famous Danish critic, lecture on Shakespeare, had a very poor time of it indeed (says the "Daily Esptess," November 26). They found themselves in an almost wholly pro-Shakespearian audience that listened with rapt attention to a eulogy , of their hero, uttered by one of his most ardent worshippers. Sir Francis Bacon could hope for nothing from such u man..,:>Jpithcf could Mr Frank Harris.: to whose anti-Shakespearian attacks Dr. Brandes paid some little attention. Yet the sting of his criticism was les sened by the kindliness of his appear ance. The pro-Baconians may have ex pected a fierce opponent, lashing out invectives against the I'retender. They found a mild little old gentleman, peer ' ing over a red baize reading desk that appeared to be too high for him, with a wholly benevolent aspect and a hand ful of notes. He has a shock o...

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