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STAFFORDSHIRE BEEF. PIONEER RESIDENTS DEPART. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 28 February 1914

STAFFORDSHIRE REEF. "PIONEER RESIDENTS DEPART. Mrs Hugh M'Menamin and family, who have for bo long re sided at " Corra Lynn," Stafford shire Reef, have sold their home, and are going to reside in Sjdnev. Before settling in their new home, MSra M'Menamin and hor two i daughters intend making a six jmonths' tour through Tasmania and Hew Zealand. They will be greatly j «nissed by their many friends.

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
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EXCUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 28 February 1914

EXCUSES. People who nre made of the right kind of material do not mako excu ses; they work. They do not whine; they keep forging ahead. They do hot wait for somebody to help them; they help themselves. They do not wait for an opportunity; they make it. Those •who complain of "no chance" confess their weakness—their lack of I efficiency. They show that they are I not greater than the obstacle which' confronts them.

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
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SMYTHESDALE. BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 28 February 1914

SS1YT1IESDALE. BOROUGH COUNCIL. Present :— Mayor Williamson {chair}, Crs Creed, M'Menamin, ltarridge, M'Carthy, Kirk, and El •4er. An apology was received from ©r Searle. Correspondence.—From Mr Wil tiiJBon, Berringa, asking the Coun cil to have March 19th proclaimed a jpnblic holiday ? on the occasion of -She State schools ezccrc-ion to Gee <eng.—Request granted. Prom fifanicipal Association, asking Conn oil to support certain clauBea in the ^proposed Amended Thistle Act Bill. —The Town Clerk was instructed 4a ask Mr Chatham, M.L.A., to sup port clauses 4 and 8, and to oppose «3anse 9. From sanitary service -contractor, applying for a renewal <o£ contract.—It -was resolved to call tenders for same, returnable at next •©rdinary meeting. The Town Clerk's monthly finan cial statement showed a debit bal ance of £80 8a 2d. Accounts amounting to £14 9s Gd were passed for payment. The Town Clerk was instructed to call for tenders for covering the Town Hall roof with ...

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ELEPHANT HUNT RATTLES AND TOM-TOMS. The Vi[?] of India Lord Ha[?] [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 28 February 1914

ELEPHANT HUNT KATTLES AND TOM-TOMS. • n»n i\f Ttwllti T nr/1 T-T«i rrliiWA The Viceroy of India, Lord Hardingo, nas had an exciting wild elephant hunt In Mysore, which "The Times of India" vividly describes. Wild elephants will soon be incredible in a country which Is doins without tame horses. Their Excellencies, the Viceroy and his wife, accompanied by his Highness the Maharaja of Mysore, the Yuvaraja, his brother, Sir Hugh Daly, Mr Camp bell, and the rest of the Vice-regal party, were motored from Government House to the Keddali camp. Here over 100 large tents have been pitched in an open clearing in the mid dle of the bamboo jungle, with roads and even gardens artistically laid nut. Their Kxcellencies had a quiet tea, .ind then motored on about five miles to a stoekaile near the river, into which a herd of wild elephants which were on the opposite bank were to be driven. SIXTY ELEPHANTS APPEAR. The party watched the operations from a well-concealed platform close to the stockade...

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INDIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA PICTURESQUE ADDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 28 February 1914

INDIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA P10TUUESQUE ADDITION. Whether his presence in the coun try is iiked or not, It cannot he de nied that the Indian immigrant. often adds to the picturesqueness of the South African scene (says the "West . minster Gazette".). The Indian women show a great pedi lection for bright colors in their dress; while the men go about their work with a grave composure, in strong contrast to the volubility of the Katlir. The -Malay Quarter in Capetown is one ot the show-places of the city which visi tors are always advised to see. liven in a busy mining town like KimberU-y one may hear the solemn call to prayer being given from a, Mo hammedan mi>s<r-ie. It is the presence of this busy Indian community which has prompted so many writers to call Capetown the meeting-place of Has\ and West—"Denver with a dash of Delhi," as George Stevens described it. The Indian in South Africa has very little to do with the Kallus, and rare j ly even works with them. He will •se...

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CHAPTER VIII. Mrs. Daunce. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 28 February 1914

CHAPTER VIII. Mrs. Daunce. Without a -word to anyone, with out seeking Ronald or leaving a mess age for him to explain her sudden de parture, Gwendolen summoned her chauffeur and returned to town. Her maid Cecile had gone out for the evening, as well as her companion "Dumpie." Only one gloomy man servant • seemed at home. She was glad. William, the footman, was evi dently in dudgeon, possibly at having been left\ guardian of the establish ment while his fellow-servants enjoy ed "a night out," and would be too pre-occupied to notice his mistress's agitation, or ask himself what her un expected return from Lady Emilia's much-talked-of fete might signify. She told him she was retiring for the "night, would' not require Cecile ] when she returned, and, giving him . Bomp.ojSwls in a casual tone, went to K.lijei Njghi* Jvhere she enjoyed the lux ury olVtowcing everyone out and un dresg.ijiejflierself 'without her maid's „ ilitmiirr and Treed from lier inquisi ■"WTral gaze. Then she resort...

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The Great Mont[?]r Case, CHAPTER VII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 28 February 1914

Ily ALICE M. DIK11L, . Authoress of "Tile Knave of Hearts," CHAPTER VII.—Continued. •'Stop!'.' cried Gwendolen, fiercely. She '\vas deadly pale. She gashed for breath. "1-Iow you, who are ho more ■ Lord Montamor than I am, dare to . talk as you are talking, shows me thai you deserve no mercy from any oiio, least 'of all from me—me, who am bound to protect the name of my dead cousin lloberl, whom you pre tend to he, whom you insult and out rage by pretending to be, if it costs me my life. Understand, I lioid docu ments which must bring you to pris on for years—formerly they would have brought you to the gallows. The best thing you can do Is to go—go— leaving a confession of your crime as an atonement for your sin." He had murmured "My-God!" as she was speaking. Then had half risen from his seat, on second thoughts sinking back. He looked ghastly, his features drawn and con vulsed. \ >i < . "iUa(iam.. yot,! jiiusjt, be\ aiad." he i * 11 * ,1 -iv-,.Yri;;~"7'V ■^•^vrrtrr. ...

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BOY IN SIGNAL-BOX ENGINEDRIVER IN TRAP. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 28 February 1914

BOY IN SIGNALBOX KNGlNHDIilVEIt IN TRAP. The report of Lieutenant-Colonel Druitl, who hclil the Board of Trade inquiry into the accident at St. James' Station, Liverpool, oil October 15, when •six persons were killed and G3 injured by a train dashing into a stationary train, was issued yesterday (says 'The Daily Mail" of December 17). It was stated that at the time of the accident the hooking boy in the Cen tral Station signal-box was working the block instruments', and Signalman ".V. Thompson, mistaking a signal which the boy took, admitted the colliding train. Driver Millward, of the colliding train, had stated that he^ ran into the train in front of him without, seeing anything. (St. James's Station is 'a small station in the open between two tunnels.) .Midland drivers, the inspector states, stand 011 the right hand side of the footplate, and the signals being on the left hum! side Millward depended on his Ilrenian to look out for the signals. "1 consider that Driver Millward onl...

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CHAPTER IX. Doubts. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 28 February 1914

' ' CHAPTER IX. Doubts. "So your, soil has not com-; back, tlieu?" Gwendolen casually usked. "No, ma'am, worse luck! For p'r'&ps you know what mothero are. We always .worrit if it so be as we can't get lo see our children our-, selves. We don't believe no one, al lers suspecting like that with the bast intentions, us the saying is, they're a lelliu' us what ain't true. Now, w 11 \ou believe ine, ma'am, although j\lr. iioberts, a gen'lman wot was my son's pardner, pal, or whatever they may call it out there, come strite off to me alter 'e got 'onie to bring me money (loin my Charley, and the promise of more—though 'e be'aves to nie as if 1 was a sort ol' queen, I'm sure, a-;incl in' of this bootiful farm—you'll ainiil it's that, ma'am!—and sparin' no ex pense for live stock or lor putlin' the place in order; ani, not only that, but ' payin' nie so much a month—to the 1 day it comes, too! In spite of all this, ' 1 Uoll'C L'ooi - uomfurtivbio- about . my ' Charley. 1 'ave had d...

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INDIAN COOLIE WAR [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 28 February 1914

I INDIAN COOLIE WAR I » Six Indians were killed to-day in a light with the police in the Mount Edgecombe district (cabled fteuter's Durban correspondent on November 27 to the "Daily Express"). The accounts of the lighting are still somewhat conflicting, but it seems clear that there were two sepa rate affrays, one at the Hillhead Es tate, and the other at the Blackburn Estate, although there was a connec tion between them. It was in the light at the Hillshead Estate taht the casualties occurred, six Indians, according to the latest infor mation, having been killed, and a number wounded, while three police officers were taken to hospital. Half the Indians at the Hillhead Es tate had agreed to return to work and the other half had refused. Four teen policemen- were, therefore, sent to the estate for the purpose of arrest ing the ringleaders of the recalci trants. In ths meantime the discontented section of the Indians declared that they wished to light the police, and while the posse ...

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District News. SCARSD[?]. SHOOTING TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 28 February 1914

DunHiltm. SHOOTIN© TFSAGEDY. "Further inv*«iga>ions maiJ» by Kogcranii 3i>nc>riit>>g the ttaatb of Davkl R?a»»k, of Sjawiaie, ~wrto& BuecutsUie*' r>« Thursday ni^hi Ijfctl we e k to r. re vol v<»r wound, »3ai>"v 'hat the occurrence wna pure ly accidental. Archsbiili Tlick. *#3i1 17^a mm of (he deceased, was ^net<tHitted. riia-eCdtenornt goes to ohow th-.rt on Wednesday he came ■$» Biillttnifc on hr» way heme to Scarsdale. He purchased a revolver swid car --ridgeo- at a local ■psial liah «*fsntv and then took the triin to Scaraiale, There he met his father. HViey went to the Royal Kachange Hetol', aud bad a- few drinks, and «ff<cr Black, oenr., had played a jejune of billiards,. they went home «n the best of terras. Tho two oc ««pied the one bedroom at the of dec:-aafldrand young Black, oa £oiflg into the rcomr showed the *uvolver to Lib fathfr, at the same •Siojo explaining its mechanism. JJeconaed turned to hang his coat...

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COTTON SPINNING FIGURES FOR YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 28 February 1914

COTTON SPINNING FIGURES FOR YEAR. Mr William Tattcrsall, Manchester, has published his usual analysis of the stocking results of cotton-spinning companies in Lancashire £°r twelve months ending November 30 (says the "Westminster Gazette.") The list gives particulars of seventy concerns, the total paid-up share capi tal of these companies being £2,502,524, and the'loun capital £1,120,294. Tho total prGtit after paying interest on leans, and allowing for depreciation, is £343,220, giving an average per com pany of £4903. This compares with an average profit in 1912 of £4688. The figures show a profit on share capital of 13.35 per cent, per annum, against- 12.70 per cent, in the previous year. The percentage of profit on share and loan capital combined is 9.30, as compared with 8.65. The present value of plant of. these mills, Including machinery, is £2,818,670,1 and the factories contain 2,476,911 mule spindles, 268,296 ring spindles, and I 3,304,860 weft spindles, making a total spin...

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THE "Berringa Herald" PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING [Registered at the General Post Office Melbourne, for transmission by post as a Newspaper.] SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28,1914. NOTE FOR CONTRACTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 28 February 1914

THE "Berrinff a Herald" POIILIEHED EVEKY SATURDAY MORNING [Registered at the General Post Office Melbourne, for transmission by post as a Newspaper.] Satobda'?, February 28,1914. NOTE FOR CONTRACTORS. TUo attention of contra.ut.orB io drawn -to tho fact that contracts 7 and 8, adver tised last weok by tho Grenvilleshiro Council, havo boon withdrawn. POLICE COURT. Before Messrs S. J. Goldsmith, P.M., and W. C. Haig, J.P., on Thursday, two 111011, named Keogh and Thomas, were each fined XI, with 10/ cuets, for beius on licensed premises during prohibited hours. In imposing tiio fiuo, tho P.M. remarked that it was u very wise provi sion on the part of tho Legislature tu make men who visited hotels for drink during the hours it was not for sale li able as well as tho licensed victualler. Two debt eases were disposed of, and two education ewes were adjourned for a fortnight. .V.N.A. The quarterly summoned meeting ot tho Berringa and Staffordshire Reel blanch, held on Wednesday evening, w...

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DEMOCRACY AND EDUCATION [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 28 February 1914

I DEMOCRACY AND EDUCATION 1 At the National Liberal Club last night Lord Haldane spoke somewhat alarmingly of tho condition of educa tion in this country (states "The Daily News". December 1G). He said he did not litink he was taking an unduly alarmist view when ho said that indif ference to education was a serious na tional danger. We came into exis tence as a great industrial nation at a time when we had practically no edu cation. We were easily first in manufactures in the time when it wanted only dash • and go and practical skill. But now the art of manufacture was linked with scientific education, and woe be to the country lacking in the scientific equip ment necessary to enable it to compete I with its more favored rivals. i That was not the only source of na tional danger. We were living in a i time of great upheaval.. The democ | racy had ceased to slumber, and it was asking the question why it had so much less than its neighbors of the world's goods. We could no more deal w...

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REVOLUTION GRANDMOTHER DISGUISE AS A MAN [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 28 February 1914

REVOLUTION GRANDMOTHER DISGUISE AS A MAN Mine. Catherine Breshkovskaya, who for forty years has been a lead ing spirit among .the Russian revo lutionaries, has made a daring but un successful attempt to escape from Siberia, where she has been in exile since 1910 (says the St. Petersburg, correspondent of "The Daily Mail," December 11). lime. Breshkovskaya, who is aged about seventy, has been living at Xii rensk (in the south-east of Siberia). On Monday last week she went to din ner at the lodging of another exile named Vladimir. She was seen to come out, leaning on Vladimir's arm. She wont to bed at her own lodging, saying she was feeling ill. On Thursday morning the police dis covered that she had escaped, together with an invalid man. On Saturday the district inspector stopped two rar utsk (In. Eastern Siberia, about S00 riages that had nearly reached V:ik .miles from Kirensk). In one of the carriages was Mme. Breshkovskaya, disguised as a man. Mme. Breshkovskaya was known ns the ...

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BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 28 February 1914

lULLAKAT WHOLESALE I'KODUCB M A K KJ;T. Thu quotations are:—Wheat, 3/S to 3/5* for prime nulling. <Jat.-: lair iced, 1/8 to 1;U f»r stout heavy -I'eas, 4/ to 4/i ljarluy: 1'iuik-, 3.3; lair to good, 3/1 to 3/2; Cape,'J,i WJj'J. F our, JiS/15/. Hr.-uj, IVilaixl. IVtatoes, now. .£3/1(1/ to .1:4. liny. Bwt ehaffiiig, 3-V to 37/0; manger, ,.t'2 to .d'-l.C; t-:raw, 32.C. llALLAKAl WHOLESALE DAlltY l'liOIlUCE MAKEJiX. Phillips and Chamberlain report:—But ter : I'lime factory print;., 1,1; lamp, 1 /'; separator, 10d to 10id; dairy, bii. Eggs, lltl. Bacon: Siilot-, lid; middle*, 1/; bam, l)'i. Honey., 3d to 3Jd. I»ird, "id. Cheese. GJ<i to 7}d. OnioiitJ: Brown Spanish. -£B/iU/. New potato***, T. J. Lawless »ml Co. (lute M'Gregor Bros.) rc-purt. — Butter: I'rimo factory prints. 1/1; lump, 1/i; dairy, 8d; m panir tor, lUd to mid. Eggs." lid to II. Bacon :->■ Side«, lOd to lid; middles, 1/; hams, 1/3. Lard. 8J, Mouey, 3id to 3Jtf. Cheeac, "Jd to Sd. BALLAKAT POULTRY MA...

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It Is said. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 28 February 1914

if Is sail That the 'Seelong parka and otb«« parte are receiving special atteatiot* juflt now—perhaps because our dh» trict children are going there in » fortnight's time, Nothing like -» good impression, That Mr W. H. Wat to, photo grapher. of Geelong, elgo where tell® oar readers that wizen they go t» Geelong ihey shoe Id get thoi* photoo taken an post cai'Ja. Thay look jnafc lhe thing. That tmde.r the terms of a settle ment of iha Forrest wiU case, whicfa^ has just been completed, the char ities of the .State will recer** £35,000. That ths attention of persona wk»> contemplate a trip to the seaside im drawn to aa advertisement else where. That ths Grenvilleshire Cormci* meets on Thursday next. Tenderw are invited for different contracted including the sanitary work at Bar rings. That about the middle of n«2C month the Hon. A. Fishtr is to de liver an address at Ballarat, and ni!f touch upon Mr D. (1. M'Grath'o oi» pension from the House. 2£sr Fisher twsII probably speak at Bai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 28 February 1914

Business notices. 213 ~2|3 BE SURE of the NUMBER. 313 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 Number 213 Sturt Street Is the NEW ADDRESS of W. E. Thomas' New Dental Parlors. Now MAKE NO MISTAKE when you set out on your visit. YOU can't afford to make mistakos when your teeth are at stake—no one can I You'll find there is only one NMB fill 213 ja ® CURT ST., ■ . an£« ia^jlearty sWirn. ir._Wcr« fienres. Exactly 3 JJoors toeiOTr City Hall W. Ei Thomas guarantees absolutely painless extractions and a perfect fitting set of teeth of the highest order procurable in any part of the world for the Bmall amount of £3a 3s» Call to-day. REMEMBER %THE NUMBER-213. Open Fridays till 9 p.ni. Saturdays till 1 p.m. 'Plione 499. Jf. L. RIDINGS, Representative. 313 213 A Word to Farmers. If you have'nt been getting satisfaction from your seeds—if they have'nt been as fresh and aB clean as t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 28 February 1914

J. T.MORRIS, / ' Shoes & Boots. Famous for Quality * Morris* Shoes <ST ©oofs For The Vk«lc family. 306 STURT STREET. ('Phone 579) (Bight next Tunbridge'a New Furniture Arcade) Ballarat.

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BALLARAT STORE AND DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 28 February 1914

OALLAKAT STOKE AX [J DAIUY • CATTLE MAItKKT. Friday. Coghlan, Boaee and Co. report:—Fair nup;>iH'H in all classes carno forward for this week's market, comprising a fair lot of beefy cows and heifers, 11 to 3-year-old Bteoru and heifers, and a few pens of store cowe. Milkers: Nona penned, but there in a strong inquiry for good sorts, and "creTo'nly a few penned, for \vhiclF comVm^ f.ifcion was keen. -aiid good prices are be ing obtained. We can place any num ber, especially autumn heifers. Store cattle: Thero was a Rood attendance of buyers; competition was extra keen at hardened rate?, which resulted in a com plete clearance being effected; 3-year-old heifers made from 75/6 to £4/5/; 18 months to 3-year-old, .£2/12/ to 55/ to £'S/ 1/; 3-year-old steers, from 55/ to 67/ to 74/6; young cattle, 28/ to 40/; stcre cows, JE2/I5/ tx> Hulls: None were incli ned, but are easily disposed of at high rstec. We also report having sold pri vately during the week 53 head 3-year old good-con...

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