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GLENMAGGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914
GLENMA0BIE. (From our own Correspondent.) This week Glenmaggie people will ?write another page in the history ot the district's progress, as the ne« Catholic Church will be opened and bleBsed bv His Lordship Bishop Piie lan, of S*le, on next Sunday, April 19, at II a.m., and on the Saturday pre vious the new bridge over the M'Alis ter River at the crossing known as Grogan's will be formally opened. The new church, which has been built under the supervision of Mr Freitch, F.R.V.I.A., of Melbourne, who also prepared the plans and specifications, is a work of great architectural beauty and design, being what is known as Romanesque. It is a brick building, the height from the giound to the toj? of the cross being 44ft. The brick i* » dark red. and all the lacings are white, .with a slate roof, while. the stained glass windows, of lovely design, add much to the interior decoration. The altar is of polished oak, and is said to be unequalled in any country church in Victoria. The committee...
DAIRYING AND PIG RAISING. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914
DAIRYING AND PIG RAISING. A Gippsland fanner says that he can make pig breeding pay very well, be cause the fpeding of them coats him almost nothing. He said his chief source of income was his dairy herd, and he ran the pig industry as a neces 8iry adjunct to the dairy. It is neces sary, he eaid, bpcause .the skim milk must be d'sposed of somehow, and pigs and calves are the only m^aus by which it can "he satisfactorily* dealt with. If separator milk were >i$hpply thrown out, the farm -would' sfion -become un inhabitable. Milk has certain elements which, in .course of decay, produce a more powerful odor than other forma of animal mattet, and the dairyman who relies on his calvei only to con sume the separated milk alwayB has a large quantity to throw away, and in sanitary conditions arise. Pigs, there fore, become necessary on a dairy farm, and when they can be raised at a profit their presence is all the more gratifying. This farmer raises Berk shires, and feeds them almost excl...
MAIL TO GLENCAIRN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914
MAIL TO GLENCAIRN. We have received the following from Mr James Bennett, M.H El. : Postmaster General's Dept. Meib., April 4ih. Sir,- With reference to your recent personal representations in connection with a communication from Mr Tims. M'Michael, Heytield, relative to 'he desired re establishment of the mail service bet»ve.-» Glenmagyie and Glen cab n, I have the honor to inform you that the subject will receive consider ation and you will be further advised wlien a decision h.;s been arrived at. Yours F.iiclilullv, .M NOSKE. Acting Deputy P.MG, [Mr Bfiuictt ailii.s iImC t-lie Depart ment has agreed to i'h advertise tenders for the service. rnisfn a ant'.,---? arrangement will be iuhMh ]
PATENTS AND INVENTIONS. OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914
PATENTS AND INVENTIONS. OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS. Messrs. G. G. Turri & Co., Patent Attorneys, of the Rialto, 490. Collins Street, Melbourne, report that specifi cations of tlie following inventions have been officially accepted and opened for inspection by the Commissioner for Patents. Abridgments of the speci fications may bo inspected, without fee, at their office. Lift Well Doors-to hold them open, and when the lift goes to close them automatically.-3-W. H. Alsop-S301. Steering Disc Ploughs-to deal with sloping ground, and enable a true furrow to be made. J. Gullidge-8325. Explosion Engine Silencer-Contains series of concentric chambers-spiral rested.-The Maxim Silencer Co-8600, Automatic Sampler for Tailings paddle wheel-Spur wheel-scoop-run ning stream of tailings-sample recei ver. T. B. Tazewell-87S2. Non-Eefillable Bottle.-Has a non return disk valve, pivoted to a cork, sealing ring, etc. J. F. and C. P. O'Brien-10,050. The problem still attracts many in ventors, most of...
CAN WE ACQUIRE BEAUTY? [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914
CAN WE ACQUIRE BEAUTY? This is a question that will touch the heart of every lady reader, and, though it may not be answered to every lady's entire satisfaction,' there is certainly a good deal of interest in knowing how other women have done it-or imagine tliey have. So that .' Everylady's Journal" for April hits upon a live topic when it gives the views-and the portraits-of a'number of leading women on " How to be beautiful." It seems that beauty of figure is the great cousider itiun rather than the beauty that is skin deep, and we learn from the ladies who have given their views to " Everylady's Journal" that beauty of both body and face will follow perfect health. This, therefore, is the object to aim at, and ths means suggested are many and various. Miss De Vere, the sprightly comedienne of " The Dandies/' for ex ample, advocates dancing, and says that even the oft-condemned Tango has its advantages as a health exer ci8er. Miss Murray, a Scottish ohani pion, votes for swimming....
OUR RURAL LETTER. (Written for the Heyfield "Herald") [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914
OUR RURAL LETTER. ( Written for tile Heyfield "Herald") "Rusticus.") At the time of writing the prosper: for autumn, are not cheering. The long-continued dryness and tile advent of mornings that suggest the approach of frcst point to a bad winter. This applies particularly to tlie dairying industry. The Western district is ~bad:y in need of imnied.ate ram, which, if it falls within the next Wiiek or so, might causa an increase in the supply of milk and butter. Otherwise ifi will be very unlikely that any increase will take place an the supply coming to Melbourne from that quarter until June or July. The butter now coming to Mil bourn o from many factories is very poor in quality. Owing to the small supplies of cream in many parts of the country farmers' cans take lon ger to fill, and consequently produoa only very indifferent butter., Condi tions are generally very dry' along the Murray, less than oin. of rain hav.ng fallen in nine months. The irrigation areas are producing a little...
ENGINE POWER ON THE FARM. WHICH IS THE BETTER SYSTEM OIL OR PETROL. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914
ENGINE POWER ON THE FARM. WHICH IS THE BETTER SYSTEM -OIL Oil PET1UJL. At ti recent meeting of the Coorabie branch, of the South Australian Agri cultural Bureau, an interesting paper on "Engine power 011 the farm" was read by Mr. C. lies. In the opinion of Mr. lies, the small farm engine is without doubt one ? of the most _ useful maoliiiies in which a farmer can invest; and he states that in South Australia it lias quite replaced the old-fashioned system of horse works. and hand ma chinery. Mr. lies enumerated a few of its many spheres of usefulness:-It can be taken, into the paddocks and will drive tho winnower; used with the circular saw it will out up tliq fire wood; it will drive the chaffciittcr, coin-mill, and, in fact, any machinery on thi> farm, and that much quicker .ind with less labor than by other me thods Of all the.kinds of engine power, Mr. lies favors that driven by oil and petrol. There arc two types of both these engines-portable, and stationary; and while the ...
HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914
HEYFIELD MARKET. Mesara Mathieson and Davia iepoi t . Good yarding at HnytiHi) vestHida\, and nearly all sold ai, umisfxctoi \ prices. Mr Shiel's linifurs Ij'i 6.-', Mr A. Walloce'8 15 atceia L3 9- 6-1. 22 heiferH L3 lis 6il, younger 'I" L2 17 6d, Mr Hurlfy's c^»n £3 lis, Mr Gell'a COW8 L5 6s 6(1, Ml Sn'ittenV poddie8 LI 4m,' Mr Hmrv 0'>es!i>iV cows L2 19s to L6 17s 6d, £3 6d, Mr W. JEleid's cow« LS 15 . Mr J Allardyce'a cows £4 to L4 l'2-i, Mr Broberg'a cows L3 to £3 16h.
AN INTERESTING EPISTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914
AN INTERESTING EPISTLE. (BY SILAS SNELL). Tii« public may be interested in the contents of the following letter written by a local young lady to a friend in Melbourne : Dnar Irene.-Just a few linen to .wish you many happy returns of the day. in which mother and father sin cerely join. Just fancy you being 21 to day. I hope you spent h pleasant holidays and that all at hf.mo are well. Father and the boys are busy plough in«, and then there is the milking; six meals a day, and the housework, so mother and I have plenty to do. We have our cousin, Annie, from Hope toun, in the Mallee, down to spend the Easter holidayp, and on Monday we all drove to the Heyfield picnic, and spent a very enjoyable day. Father yoked up abnut 12 o'clock, and when we were all ready slipped a bottle under the Beat. 'What's in that bottle 1" asked mother, fixing father with a look like an indignant mother in-law, "A wee drop of Ben Lomond," saiiL.he, ami vviuked at Annie. '"But surely you're not tawing whisky,...
WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914
WOMEN'S INTERESTS (By "Ambrosine.") For whole costume suits you will bo surprised to see how the "'tile bolero coat is creeping back to' fashion. But instead ol' it being cut off just at-the waist it is covered with, a wide draped sash, and below it 'oil the skirt conies what we call, either a peplum or tunio. If you wear- the skirt indoors with a blouse the sash still does duty in pull ing the costume together. There is no doubt that these little boleros can be made smart, and for certain functions made up in glace silks they will bo im mensely popular, for you caii so eusUy when driving wear some form of wrap which covers the entire costume, and which keeps you warm and iree of dust. But 1 think the bolero minims a slim, girlish figure; you must be slight everywhere to wear so trying a garment. You get 110 help from it below the ivaist. The figure is cut in twain. There is another thing, too, which must'be considered. Since the bolero went into retreat the outline of women's figur...
EASTER MONDAY PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914
EASTER MONDAY PICNIC. The annual Easter Monday picnic,, held on the racecourse reserve, passed off most successfully. The day waB1 not particularly pleasant, but the rain which threatened held off, and the sports proceeded without interruption. The attendance was larger than for some years past, and the assemblage was well catered for by the ladies who hiid charge of the refreshment booth. Amongst those who attended to the j wants of all and sundry were-Mes | dames Muston, Cullen, Greaves, Norris,. mid Misses Fitzpatrick, Whitelaw, Harbeck, Wickham, and Greaves. The sports portion of the programme Was attended to by Messrs T. Cullen (Secretary), Farvis, V. Mills, White law, Young, Harbeck, F. Fitzpatrick and others. The following are the results of the principal events : High Jump-F. Drew 1, S. Aekyn 2 Sack Race (under 16)-R. Dawe 1,. B. Sunderman 2. Vaulting (under 16)-A. Trimble 1, R. Dawe 2. Bicycle Race (under 16)-D. Fitz patrick 1, T. Cullen 2. Bicycle Race, 1 mile-Chaplin I, 0...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914
Auctioneers. lV[att|iesoi| ai|d Davis AUCTIONEERS. STOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, ISale, TmlgoB, Mr*, HejSeld, And 5 St. James'Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. GREAT CLEARING SALE OF 500 DAIRY CATTLE, HEYFIELD TUESDAY, APRIL 21ST. M ATHIESON and DAVIS fin conjunc tion with Messrs Evans and Lang lands, Wangaiatta) are favored with in structions Irom Mr David Langlands, Medowra, Glenmaggie, to sell at their Hey field Yards on above date, the whole of his MAGNIFICENT DAIRY HERD AND STORE CATTLE, comprising 300 MILKERS and SPRINGERS, including 105 Picked Milkers, of the milking Short horn, Ayrshire and Jersey strain 130 Extra Choice Heifers, springing, right on the point of calving to backward 70 .Springing Cows, mostly on 2nd and 3rd calf 200 STORE CATTLE, including 50 Good-framed Store Cows | 50 Well-bred 2yr old Steers 15 4yr old Bullocks, forward condition So Mixed Cows and Calves and Young Cattle 2 Foiled Angus Bullocks, i'Y( toa^yrs. Milking Shor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914
want« a ssHIEZ®^i 99 At least, we presume you want the .BEST ACCORDION the world produces-and that is CERTAINLY the 41 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 Mezon, 90/-. Carefully packed and forwarded to any address. A1Y CATALOGUE ought to be in your home. 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. 258 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE Ono Door Above Swanston Street. Our large Mail order Department has been specially organized for the benefit of Country Clients who ap preciate style, ftt, and finish at a reasonable price. Our SUITS TO MEASURE from 42/ are of excellent quality materials; the fine finish and the comfortable y...
GLENMAGGIE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914
GLENMAGGIE MECHANICS' INSTITCJ L'E. At the anuual meeting of the Glen maggie Mechanics' Institute the follow ing repoifc WHS rend and adopted : In presenting the annual report and balance-sheet it is satisfactory to be able to record.such a good year. The committee started the present financial year with a debit balance of £136/13/, and together with donations, Govern ment Grant, flower show, and other entertainments, the debt has turned into a alight erwlit balance amounting to 12s lOd. The committee have pur chased during the past year books to the value of L4, and liave again >i|iplied for portion of the Government Grant alioted to Mechanics' Institutes Kin! Free Librnrien. The old committee letii-h by effluxion of time, and are eligible for re-elfCtion. 1'Iih following committee was elected -Messrs Garvey, Shaw, A. M'Intosh, P Cummins, G. Fawaz, A. Cummins, J. K. Lewis Mr A. Cummins was elected Presi dent; Mr W. Shaw, Secretary, and M' P. Cummins, Treasurer.
The Heyfield Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 April 1914
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING The Premiers' Conference has done considerably more than WHS expected ; us much, perhaps, as lay iu its power to accomplish. It has approved of a proposal which, if carried out, will make an end of costly and vexatious competition between banks financed by the taxpayer ) it haB referred the big question of a uniform railway gauge to the Inter-State Commission, a body better fitted than any other to deal with itj it has advanced the State debts problem a stage. Certain of the members attending the Conference have agreed to a scheme for the utili sation of the Murray waters, and the ending of disputes as to riparian rights. Ignoring all that was done as regards less important matters, this is a fine record. But more important even than the work done, is the object lesson which those interested in the wise Government of Australia have received. Ministers, State and Federal, have shown how much may be done when Party wrangling is abandoned. At the outset...
CARRYING FACILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 April 1914
CARRYING FACILITIES. Messrs. C. I'j. Miller ami' Co., of 317 (Jollius ytreefc, Melbourne, have an ex tensive carrying business in the coun try, iUiid their returning empty vans oiler special ? facilities for the convey ance of furniture'- and goods of all de_ scriptions from town to town or to the city. T-hey undertake storage hi Mel bourne, and consignments may be seut to them by- rail. Thcy^adver-tiscMa^ list of centres from whic'h" vans will "be returning empty duriug April and May. "*.
NEARLY THREE CENTURIES AND A HALF OLD. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 April 1914
NEARLY THREE CENTURIES AND A HALF OLD. The-linn of Erven Lucas 13&lt;ils, Am sterdam, lias been established since 1575-now 33!) years. And right" from its" inception, it lias earned' tlic reputa tion of producing Geneva and Liqueurs of tlio very highest quality only. The Geneva, especially, which has a world wide reputation, is of very high qual ity indeed, being made from the very best materials. It is of a straw color, due to its being very old from long storage in. wood. . And the-medical properties of the spirit cannot ho over estimated, as it acts specially 011 the kidneys, -
ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXXIII. TO PART NO MORE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 April 1914
ON GOLDEN WINGS iBj W. Howell Pool*.) CHAPTER XXXIII. TO PART NO MORE. The tissue of the lifo to bo Wo weave with colors all our own. And in the field of destiny "We rean as we have sown. - > -Whittier. Lvnwood Manor-dear old' stately, sombre Lvnwood, beyond the ravine. there, half veiled in :i mist the,morn ing sun was fast dispelling, raising,its, ivied walls and lichen-covered turrets far above it all. "You sea it there, my darling?" "Yes; where my father lived, and where he died." There were tears in the speaker's oyes, tears in her, voice, and her little lips were quivering as the carriage bore her nearer to her home. "It seemed so lilce -a dreaiii," she said, "when you told me who 1 was. and to that 1 had a birthright . claiin r Oh, Arthur, tell mo even now that; itv is true." . But he answered gently: "You caniiot bear it yet, my lovo:' it seems so strange to-you." "And to think, Arthur, but, for, my meeting witli Mr. Wester tori I should' never have known thb truth." "And...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 April 1914
" Am WHOLESOME DRINK BRACING AND REFRESHING Harrison, San Miguel PROF. IaTBu CORK MERCHANTS, AND SUPPLY HOUSE FOB Brewers, Aerated Wafer Manufacturers, Hotel Keepers, mBakers, * and Refreshment Rooms. Correspondence Invfted m AII Articles used in the ateve trades. Note Address » 304 FLINDERS STREET, « _ MELBOURNE. C.E. MILLER AND CO., The' FURNITURE REMOVERS AND STORERS. 317 COLLINS STREET, MELB 'Phones-U27S-927U. Large number Vans constantly travelling country; we want-back loading.. Write", us. . If railing-, consign £o us, Spencer Street, and advise. Stores, Brick, subdivided in small rooms at current rates. Vans returning from -Warrnam'-J bool, JMortlake, Tcrang, Caniper down, Cukic, Lismore, during ' . T-*-T . - Vans returning from Albury, Wodonga, l>cnaHa. Eiiroa, during' i April. Vans returning from Numurlcah, Echuca, Picola, Rochester, Ben digo, early in Mayr Back Loading Wanted FULLERS JOHNSON Hero is a portable and powerful Engine that wJll cut your work in half. Hitch ...
INVENTIONS BEING PATENTED. IMPROVEMENTS IN MANY FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 April 1914
INVENTIONS BEING PATENTED. IMPROVEMENTS IN MANY FIELDS. Victorian inventors -have maintained the leading position they hold as appli cants lor patents. Tiro'Following par ticulars arc reported" by Messrs. U. G. "Turn ifc.GJo.'V HtegisVeivd Pali.enV'Attor neys,; of tile ttialto, 4'JU Collin's Street, Melbourne, * from" whom . readers j may obtain further information. '? It,is not limited to"VictoriaV *. The Commissioner of Patents. has -ac cepted the complete specifications in the Following instances, consequently, full*-details are available,..and m due, course patents will issue in the major-'' ity of instances. . lload sweeping machine. - J. A. Hill has sold this to a company. The device is a motor car, wittt a very largo cylindrical-brush delivering imo a reoc-ptacle. (No.; 11,732.) Saucepan Lid Holder.-^The lid is kept on the handle partly, and to liolil it the handle lias a notch or collar. ,\\\ H. S. Brewer. (No. 11,717.) Non-refilla bio bottle.-Inventors keep going in this su...