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WOMAN CONDEMNS SMOKING. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 April 1914
WOMAN CONDEMNS SMOKING.' "I haven't much patience with tlie peo.ple who .object to .smoking, because it. ,is 'unladylike,'" (says a : London -writer:) Cycling / for women' was 'unladylike' not vejry 'long-ago; so was ttcj wearing of tailcrrmado ;coats and skirts! .For -a good many years, . the .'luce- jgii'H -never-'waltzed. She only danced polka's, '"fjuadrilies','' 'ayd ,'.$o. on^ and'loft waltzing to the kind of- peo ple who did bunny hugs and turkey trojts a season' or two bac.k,- WKar6 you! call 'unladylike^ really depends very much ou the-year in which,you 'were born. "? '3 .. : ? .The - writer then ' goes; on to state, her treal reason I'cr disliking smoking, because whqn strong -men .wish to got into the piiilL £>£. CQfl^itipn-^boxprsj-fod.tr, bailers,'and'forth*-they nearly always giyc up- smoking. "Well, I think they ought to know what they are doing. I think that a habit wliichr, eonfessely, doesn't help to build up the organism of a football cha7npion is more than lik...
MISSION WORK IN FIJI. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 April 1914
MISSION WORK 1ST'FIJI. In the Methodist Ciiui ch on Tuesday evening, the Rev E. O. LhIOHII gave a ve*y interesting and instructive ad di-fiKS on mission work in Fiji. The Rev Mr Toy presided, And by the aid &lt;>f lantern slides, operated by Mr C. Gleeson, the lecturer made the trip through the islands very interesting. I In opening, Mr L°lean said that Fiji consisted of 240 islands, 2000 miles from Australia, and which if all grouped together would 'oa about the size of Tasmania. Th» Fijians were u primitive race, and some people said the missionaries had not done much good. That was not true. No Fijian to day would say he was not a Chris tian, but tho old superstitions re mained, and they dare not withdraw the missionaries. The old tribal wars I were a thing of the past, but the natives were not so civilised aB white people, and he had no doubt they would relapse into heathenism but for the presence of the missionaries. A view of the town where Mr J. C. Law ton (late of...
IS ROMANCE POSSIBLE NOW? [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 April 1914
IS ROMANCE POSSIBLE S)IOW? Miss E. Tennysph ..Jesse, tko author of "The Milky Way," a iioVel much read in England just now, gave an answer to an interviewer, -tlio answer of. the best type'/of -modern woman, denying t^at romance should be sou fitted merely to ?Iove ' iii its;" narrow sense. " "Why,'' said shej "surely this country that luts~ produced'-flyiug is as romantic as .any there luis been." "Put the. interviewer persisted in regarding the word as firmly linked with "love." . Romance, as implying glamour, how ever, Miss Jessie hates. - "Glamour admits :no faults. It is illusion. It idealises a man, and when the fact is realised' that there are "heaps of shortcomings in him love' Hies, for it was given to somebody who never existed. "The twentieth century is analytical and not romantic in love," continued' - Miss Teijnyson Jesse, and a good thing, too. It saves itself so many blunders and so much pain. I wish tlie-prenup . ti'al period were made less of in a girl's , mind by h...
HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 April 1914
HEYFIELD MARKET. Messrs Mathieson and Davis report ; 'We held a most successful sale of fat cattle and sheep at Hevfield yerterday. A large attendance of buyers was pre sent, and competed freely, prime quality in both sheep and cattle selling particu larly well. We sold-Mr A. Wallace's! 101 prime cross wethers at 23h, Mr G. Z-tcher's fat Wethers at. 20-i 3d, and fresh conditioned do. 17s, Mr K. G. Timbs' light lambs 14s Id. Mr Geo Z&lt;cher's fat cow* LG 6h, A. Warren's cows fc.. £8 ISh, G. Hagg's do. £8, M. Davis' L8, W. Hnrbeuk'ti £5 5s, A. Wallace's to .£6 14s, Cheater Bios' to L9 7s, and heifers L7 17s 6d. J. Allar dyce's COWb L6 14s to L7, L. Stagg's L8 10s, J. Shot-ten's bullocks £6 10s, J, Fiizpatnck's cows to LS 14s, P. Geoghegan's bullocks L8, Miss Gar vey's cows L5 17s. Store Cattle Steers L'2 17s 6d, L"2 9--«, c >ws L3 12-; to L4 10s, heifers L3 9h, Hpringing cowa L5 2*. The same firm also report: Iu conjunction with Messrs Langlands and Evans (Wangaratta) we h...
ONCE MORE DUAL-PURPOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 April 1914
ONCE MORE DUAL-PURPOSE.: The dual-purpose ghost will not down, and yet for all its bobbing up here and tkere and gibbering, it is nothing more than a ghost. It is a half-way propo sition where none but half-way dairy farmers will care to stop and lose time and money. A recent number of the '-Texas Stockman a.nd Farmer" con tains' a contribution from Mr. B. 0. Cowan, in which the author contro verts some of the statements an&lt;l reas oning made by "Hoard's Dairyman" in one of its recent utterances upon this subject. Most of Mr. Cowan's article is a re-hash of ancient history, but he occasionally makes u concrete state ment. Like all other advocates of this delusion, he completely ignores the two basic objections to the theory:-(1) That it" is a subversion of true breed ing principles to attempt to unite pro fitably two such opposing tempera ments as the milk temperament and mo beef temperament; (2) that the produc tion of such cattle is uneconomic, so far at least its the da...
FOOTBALL, [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 April 1914
FOOTBALL, The Traralgon Football Club has been admitted to the North Gippsland Association. The inclusion of this club should make the competition a very interesting one. The first matches will be played on May 2Sth, when Sale go to BairnHdale, and Maffra visit Traralgon. A meeting of delegates of the Maffra and District Junior Association will be held this (Thursday) evening at Maffra to draw up list of fixtures for the ensuing season. Five teams (Maffra, Heyfield, Stratford, Newry air) Briago long) will probably form the Associa tion this year, A strong club has been formed at Cowwarr, but there is not likely to be a competition in that direction this season. For Children's Hacking Cough at night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure l/6.
ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXXIII (continued.). [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 April 1914
ON GOLDEN WINGS vBy W. Hoaell Poole.) CHAPTER XXXIII (continued.). She drew aside some heavy curtains, and found herself in the largest room of all. The walls were furnished with quaint old pictures, which arrested her attention. "'My ancestors," she thought; "how merciless and sanguinary they look!" Many of the faces seemed -to .follow her, some smilingly, some reprovingly, from whatever position she regarded them. " As she proceeded down the room, her eyes still fixed upon the walls, tho tieavy breastplate and helmet of the men., the Elizabetliian costume ojL_the women, gave place to the more modern toilette, r ~ ^ She stopped before a :picture, . last but one. - ? . "My father-how noble he looks, how good, how manly and erect his bearing!" 'She approached to read the inscrip tion engraved on a .silvey plate beneath it: "Fiat justitia mat coelum." . , She approached another painting, last of all, and a low cry, as of recog nition, broko~ from her half-parted lips". "My mother 1" 3...
Correspondence. HEYFIELD BUTTER FACTORY. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 April 1914
Correspondence. HEYFIELD BUTTER FACTORY. (7o the Editor) Sir,-I understand that the share holders have turned down the erection of a new butter factory building at Heyfield. This is a pity. Of corn-Be the present building is of the Corin thian style of architecture, which is somewhat out of date, having been suc ceeded by the Gothic. It is a homely structure, and would make an excellent barn or hayshed, and I can quite un derstand tho directors being a bib worried to know what to do with it. On the law of averages it would take 12 directors' meetings lasting till mid night to decide whether the building should be sold for a barn or an en tirely new building erected, and then we Would be only at the beginning of the main business. It says something for the management that with a worn out and shipwrecked building such a good article can be turned out. How ever, the proposed electric, lighting scheme is a forward movement, and shows that the directors intend to do something more than m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 April 1914
A PLE ASING "NIGHT CAP" Harrison, San Miguel PROP. i/ri>" CORK MERCHANTS, AND. SUPPLY HOUSE FOR Brewers, ? Aerated?Water Manufacturers,.. Hotel Keepers, Bakers, -and Refreshment Rooms. Correspondence Invited on All Articles used in the above trades. Note Address 304 FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE. Beautiful Sici??«n She!8 CoSSars VVry Rract-fnl unJ effecrlre, ri- ruj pearl tin!P. Ma-eof h«lis fuun-l in ill* ilcditer ? tivnn. Well matched in > ;p nail color. Kxceileut'in .-rpcar«neeon«irhflr a lijrht or a d*rk eoituim-. Only 3i..CdL CAehr. Two for BlX snlllingc, or n shell ColUr -4ad Shell JJVcklet for Fir# Shillings; We vstX'*rrirvjr«. V ITADATIO : PbRMANENTLY CURES Hydatids. Liverand Kidney Troubleij Oittric Ulcers, Internal Growths. |f6 md 5/fl per bottle, ChemUta and. S. A. PALMER, 43;) FLINDERS LANE, MEL , BOURNE. ConsultFREE Personally.-.ory by^Post^ I. h.a've bejen :: sueeessfullytreatr; ing eases - exactly, the isame as yours for 40 years. Why not take; advantage of my expe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 April 1914
Auctioneers. ®[at'nieson and Davis AUCTION EERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, ISale, Traralgoa, Mra, Hsyfield, And 5 St. James' Buildings, Melbourn TAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. STORE CATTLE HEYFIELD WEDNESDAY, MAY 13TH. MATHIESON' AND DAVIS will sell as above 350 Ilead of Cattle, including some extra nice quality 4yr old Huilocks and sp-yed Heifers from Glenfailoch Also 350 Cro=d.re! Ewer, rising 4 tooth, in TfrLi'.ic 'ill I? SALE HORSE SALE, FRIDAY, MAY 15. MATHIESON AND DAVIS and ADAM SON, STRETTLE AND CO. will hold their next Horse Sale at Sale on above d&te. All horses left with F. O'Connor, Ileyfield, w be taken down free. Good »rass paddock provided. Adanjsoij, Strettle & Co pry. LTD. VICTORIA MOUSE BAZAAR, , 396 BOURKE ST" MELBOURNE, Cconduct sales as follows Hok§ks-Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at their liazanr AT NEWMARKET-Sheep, Tuesdays Fat I'attle, Wednesdays AT CORPORATION MARKET-Pigs and Calves. Wednesdays and Thursdays. Dai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 April 1914
¥©U want . a es H1EZ©N 99 At least, we presume you want the BEST ACCORDION the world produces-and that is CKRTAINLY 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 Mezont 35/-; The Wonder Mezon, 42/-; The Grand tirgan Mezon, 63/-; The "Chromatic Mezon, 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. PLEASE NOTE that I have moved a little higher up the street. My new address is IDUHKi STREET Ono Door A'-OVG Swanston SSrGet. V. C1BBR Y0H SUIT BY HAIL! _ £ « -i Our largo-Mail order Department has been specially organized for Uie benefit of Country Clients who op preciate style, fit, rv'id finish at a reasonable price. Our SUITS f 0 MEMII1E fosa 42/ are of excellent quality materials; the fine finish an...
The H[?]field Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THRUSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 April 1914
fllf it## iqalil PUBLISHED BVKUY THURSDAY MORNING Commencing on Sunday next, and continuing throughout the winter months, service at St. James' Church will commence at 7 p.m. Mr J. Matthews, M.H R., will visit Hey field on Monday, May 4th, ami address the electors in the Mechanics' Hall. At a meeting of the shareholders of the Heyfield butter factory company, held on Thursday lust, the following resolution was pasNed :-" That the Heyfield Butter Factory Co. Ltd. ap--' plies to the Supreme Court of Victoria for permission to carry on at Hey field the busineHs of electricians and dealers in electricity, motive power, heat and light, ami any business in which the application of electricity i& or may be imeinl, convenient or ornamental, and to manufacture and produce, trade or deal in any articles belonging to any such business, and all appliances and things used to construct, lay down, establish, fix, maintain and carry out all.necessary cables, wires, linen, lamps and works. T...
OUR RURAL LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 April 1914
OUR RURAL LETTER. (By "Rusticus.") The aorsion of the Minister of Lands and the .Minister of Agriculture in tlae direction of taking steps to cheek .the inroads of the pest known as St. Joan's Wort in the Beecliwortii and .bright districts is timely and necessary. Very large areas of valuable country are being devastated. In order to tope witn the pest and lioi'd it in ciieck, the Ministers have decided to ask tho co-cperaiilon of the municipali ties concerned in first of all ascertain ing tiie actual area infected, -whether it js privately held, or is on pub lic ruaus or Grown iands. Immedi ately the information from the muni cipalities is received officers will be sent up to complete the investiga tion as to the infected area. At uie same time, officers or the Agricultu ral department will be told oif to in vest.gate and report on the proper re jiieUn-s to be adopted. On receipt ol' all the iiifurmat.on the two Ministers fill submit recommendations to the Cabinet. _ . Xh5 nope of ...
SENATE CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 April 1914
SENATE CANDIDATES. The ballot for the six candidates who HIP, co carry the Liberal flag at the forthcoming election is drawing to wards a clone. All voting papery must l>e returned before the end of the week. It has been pointed out that as matters stand everything makes for the Relec tion of the known men, who are not necessarily the best. If other things are pqual, Parliamentary experience tells, bur, Hs the Seuate- is constituted, to return men to it on sentimental grounds would be a fatal mistake. The ideal "ticket" would be one in which figured names representing the discre tin/i of" (he well-known politician who has not lont his energy, and the fire of the tvro who has thoroughly Studied the ji:4rt he desires to play. More than that, t!;e ideal ticket would adrquately repn'se:>t nil shades of Liberal opinion ; iii'Vfl, if anything is to be feared in connection with the preelection it is such dominance of either wing as may I'-ad to apathy or to desertion. The departure i...
CAN THE PUBLIC WIN? [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 April 1914
CAN THE PUBLIC WIN 1 Iu proportion to its population, Aus tralia devotes more time and money tc horse-racing than any country in the world. It is the gambling element, of course, that sustains the racing to such an extent, and in "Life" for May, just published, the question is discussed, "Has the .general public that supports the racing a fair chance of coming out on the right side of its transactions with the bookmakers 1" G. M. ©ash, who has had a very long and varied acquaintance .with racing, argues the q»estion very closely, and produces a list of arguments and examples to illustrate the felicitous logic of the race course gambler. He analyses many of the systems and superstitions upon which the man-in-the street speculates his money, and shows how futile these are. Without in any - way adopting the pulpit attitude, but merely as a liard:headed business man, he reiter ates "Punch's" advice to thoBe about to gamble, "Don'c." This is one of a series of special, illustrated articl...
UNITY AMONGST FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 April 1914
UNITY AMONGST FARMERS. (By Silas Snell). It is my misfortune to be very ignor ant on tiie subject of politics, but I Woulil like to make a few remarks on the necessity of unity amongst farmers. Bisniaik once sp-.ke of the Germans as a people naturally individualistic, who will not unite for common ends, but he said if they would unite they would b2 irresistible. We may say the same thing of the farmers-a class entirely lacking in cohesion and unity of pur pose, who if they would combine for co-operative industrial and political purposes would prove quite irresistible. Aly renders wiii naturally ask-What, about our Kural Producers' Asho ~ ciations, our P.'i.pin's Parties, and our liberal Parties? Yes, it is admitted they are d&lt;»iug wood work, but their members represent lirobablv not moie than *20 per cent of the farming com munity. It is hIho agreed that it is a comparatively simple matter to organise 30,000 voters who reside within a radius of two square miles, but it is...
THE BLIND ENTERTAINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 April 1914
THE BLIND ENTERTAINERS. What promises to be an excellent entertainment will be given in the Mechanics' Institute, Heyfield, on Saturday, May 2nd, by representatives of the association for the advancement of the blind. A carefully selected pro gramme of vccal and musical items, and 400ft of moving pictures, will be presented. The company is not a private enterprise, but has been organ ised l>y the committee of the above association with the object of touring the country towns and giving concerts for f,he purpose of raising lunds to pay off a debt on their new home at Brigh ton Be*ch. Mr S. Mills has kindly coiiHpnfed to act as hon. secretary, and In* v.iil forward net proceeds to Mr T. Marks, genera! secretary, Melbourne,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 April 1914
SOROSES SKIN FOOD. \ Every woman who wishes to appear beautiful should use ''SOROSES" for the skin, it being unsurpassed in preserv ing the complexion. Soroses Skin Food ia Freshening, Softening, Cleans ing, and Beautifying, makes all blem ishes such as Pimples, Freckles;- Sun barn, .Wrinkles and Sallo^aess dis appear like magic. Price 2/9 per jar. Obtainable at Heyfield Arcade. '' SOROSICS HAIR TONIC. This preparation is Unsurpassed an a Hair Food and Dandruff preventalive. A little sprinkled or. the head night and morning, and gently massaged into the HCH1|>, rentiers Baldness impossible. Soroses Hair Tonic will absolutely grow h*ir, and prevents it from falling nut. It imparts a beautiful glossy sheen, and brings out all the natural briijIitnesH of r.iie hair. Price 3/9. Obtainable at Heyfield Arcade. The Little i&mber A FAMILIAR OBJECT IN THOU SANDS OF HOMES. The amber bottle in which Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are pack ed is probably better known as a familiar obj...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 April 1914
GOLF. The opening day in connection with the Heyfield Golf Clnb took place on Thursday, when there was a very good attendance of members, particulary ladies. Afternoon ten was provided, and thoroughly enjoyed by players and visitors. The following is the result of the competitions held : Ladies' Approach aud Putt-MrB Justice. Gents-Mr Henderson, Longest drive-Mr Henderson., Mixed Fotirxomea-Mr J. Cummins and Mrs Hutter. This afternoon the monthly medal (ladies and gents) will be competed for. Owing to the dry weather the greens are not in very good order. A new concrete roller fins been purchased, and as soon as rain conies the greens will be done up and rolled and bunkers erected. The secretary reports that some in dividual with a Chinese propensity for "pinching" tilings has removed the club's Kettle from the pavilion.
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 April 1914
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, _5".j>0 Fat Cuttle-1685 yarded, comprising 150 N.S.W., 400 N.K., 300 G., 450 S., 150 N., 200 W. The market during earlier sales generally ruled 10s to 15s higher, afterwards easing somewhat, but closing firm. Heavy weights ruled practically unchanged. Prime penB bullocks L12 IO.H to L 1'4, extra to 1.15, good £ 11 toL12 OH, light and handy L9 to L10 10s, seconds from £7. Prime Cows LS 15s to L10, extrn to LI2 5s, good £7 to L8 10s, seconds from £5. Calves-550 penned, prices firm. Mathieson and Davis sold 153 fat cattle and calves.