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The Heyfield Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 21 May 1914

\\\ IjfcstM'l PUBLISHED BVKIIY THURSDAY MORNING It id publicly announced by the Political Labor Council that the inten tion to put up a Labor candidate against Mr Jas Bennett lias been abandoned. This will leave the field clear for a straight out tight between Mr G. H. Wine and the sitting mem ber. Mr James Bennett, M.H R., hopes to visit Heyfield and Glenmaggie shortly, nnd wishes us to p.tate that he would like to confer with residents interested in the Glenmaggie to Glen cairn mail service. Empire Day will be celebrated at the local State school to-nionow (Fri day), when parents and friends are in vited to be present, find also supply afternoon tea for the children and visi tors. During the afternoon an en larged photograph of the opening of the Commonwealth Parliament will be presented to the school by the members of the School Committee. For Bronchial Conghs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6. The anniversary of the Heyfield Branch A.N.A. will be celebrated on 11th June by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 28 May 1914

& Banger of Wwsis Siouiach and Intestinal Worms are one o: the most common complaints throughout Australasia. Indigestion is c. primary cause, or they may be produced by Constipation, or through the eating of tainted food or food improperly cooked. There is also the possibility of their introduction into the system in the form of cysts or germs in fruit and meat, so that all classes of the community, irrespect ive of age, are liable to this com plaint. It is not alone the irritation and annoyance caused by these para sitical animals that infest the stom ach aiid bowels, but the more seri ous consequences which follow that must be kept in view. From the highly organised and sensitive parts which they occupy, Worms give rise to great constitutional derangements, and produce a variety of symptoms, more particularly affecting the stom ach and head. Many cases of Con vulsions, Epilepsy, Hysteria, St. Vi tus' Dance, Melancholia, Nervous Diseases, and even Insanity, have resulted f...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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OUR RURAL LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 28 May 1914

OUR RURAL LETTER. (By "Rusticus. A. spirited offer by Mr. A. E. T. Payne as a member of the council of the Roy;il Agricultural Society slicuki I do more towards bringing I'baut j tlie adoption of bulk handling of gvaiii than the half-hearted recommendations that resulted from the long-drawn out investigations of the Commission of Kaquiiy, and the feeble action promised by the Government as tlie outcome or those recommendations. Mr. Payne is donating £'100 for prizes for ideas for appliances to handle wheat in bulk. As a result of a conference of members of the council of the Royal Agricultu ral Society representatives of tlia Wheat Commission, the Railways De partments and the Chamber of Agri culture, it was decided that prizes ot £.30. £"30 and £20 should be offered for tlie most effective and economical methods and appliances for handling wheat in bulk from the time of its de livery from the stripper, harvester, or thresher until its arrival at the rail way station, including stor...

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DEFENCE OF THE COMMONWEALTH. ADMINISTRATIVE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 28 May 1914

DEFENCE OF THE COMMON WEALTH. AD MINISTllATIVE WORK. General Hamilton's report on the military forces of the Commonwealth shores that in the matter of defence there is much for the Liberal Ministry to do. When in office the Labor party displayed a praise-worthy desire to lay the foundations of an army and of a tiavv which would niUke Australia safe from foreign attack. But ic has been frankly poi ute'! out that much of General Hamilton's report is a con demnation of past business methods, a plea for wiser administration in the future. The General insists that Aus tralia's army must have a business branch under a comptroller with a quarrer-master general as second in command. It would be amongst the ?duties of this branch to watch expen diture closely, to see that Common wealth thousands go where need is greatest, not necessarily where demand is most urgent. It would have to de centralise, to establish a pension scheme, to bring about closer co-oper ation between the Defence and othe...

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HEYFIELD BRANCH A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 28 May 1914

HEYFrELD BRANCH A.N.A. Tlie balf yearly meeting of tbe Hey field branch A.N.A. was held on Tuesday, l£hh, when there was a good attendance of members, the President, Mr J. Cummins, in the chair. An in vitation wan accepted from the Strat ford branch for representation to attend their anniversary. The election of officers resulted at follows : - President-Mr J. Cummins. "Vice President-Mr A. Scott. Secretary-Mr A. C. Pettit. Treasurer-Mr J. H. Pearson. Committee-Messrs A. Cummins, F. Drew. F. G. Firton, 0. Pallolt and T. Wanlisn. Auditors-Mosmt, K. Young arid A. Colviiie. The President then said he had much pleasure, on behalf of the Board of. iDireoEors, in presenting to Mr P. J. TFiizpiUrick the A.N.A. gold medal, he ha ving secured the highest number of nn-rks in connection with Agricultural Classes conducted under the auspices of the Agricultural department of Vic toria. In making the presentation, the President remarked that the man on the land was enabled to win from the soil b...

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SOROSES HAIR TONIC. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 28 May 1914

SOHOSKS HAIR TONIC. This preparation is Unsurpassed-as a Hair Fuo'd and Dandruff preventative. A little sprinkled or. the head night and morning, and gently massaged into the f-calp, renders Bildness impossible. Stiroues Il-ur Tonic will absolutely grow hair, and prevents it from falling out. It iinpares a beautiful glossy shi-en, and brings out all the natural brightness of the hair. Price 3/9. Obtainable at Iley field Arcade.

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DEAR WINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 28 May 1914

DEAR WINTER. Dear winter, oh, how very dear, For folks with wants capacious, And appetites this time o' year Are apt to be voracious. I see a-tramping down the street, Housewives of love conjugal, (With bankets for the Sunday's meat) Like Mistress Gilpin, frugal. 'There's nothing cheap'-they pass along, No nearer hope's fruition. This keen-eyed anxious mother throng, 'On simultaneous mission.' 'There's Tom, and "Ted, and hungry .Tim, And Harry-such a glutton, And with a flabby purse, and thin, How eke it out in mutton ?' For pork's too dear, and beef is high; One dare not go sirloiuing; 'Tis not for thrifty wives that buy, .But such as go purloining. Dear winter, oh, how very dear, The shoppers sadly mutter, 'There's cheese, a 'mitey' piece, and here A further rise in butter.' And flour, the constant 'knead' of men, Has 'raised' the bread like leaven, Depressing parents feeding ten, Or even six or seven. Potatoes, too, they've kept their 'eyes' Upon the sprouting prices, F&l...

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EDUCATING THE FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 28 May 1914

EDUCATING THE FARMER. Farmers, as a rule, have to pub up" with more than ^tha usual amount of worry incidental to the rural life, but it is not often they are publicly criticised for their lack of interest in the stoiing up of literary knowledge. The chief inspector of schools in New South Wales during an address at a recent social, unburdened his mind as follows : "I see no reason why the farmer should not read the works of the great poets and historians to his wife and family after supper ; he would he no worse for that. But too often I find the farmer after supper smokes his pipe, puts his feet near the fire, and thinks of notning but his cows» What a terrible thing it must be, to go through' life with no higher thoughts than of cows, silos and corn-a yery poor life, indeed." In most parts of Australia the aver age farmer, after his day's work, is in no mood to study the high ideals of poets, and there are few whose minds soar higher than looking after the right way to make his c...

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HEY FIELD PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 28 May 1914

I HEY FIELD PllOGRESS ASSO CIATION. . At the monthly meeting of the Pro gress Association held 011 Wednesday evening last, a letter was rend from'Mr Bennett, stating that, lie was hopeful that the request for telephonic communication between the local rail way station and the post office would be acceded to. Further consideration was given to the matter of electric light for the township. Mr Huffer submitted a plan of the town, showing points at which lights might be placed. This caused some discussion; and it was decided that no action could be taken until the matter had been definitely dealt with otherwise. A letter was received from the Kail way department stating that the erec tion of a public watering place for horses, etc., near the station was being considered. The matter of observing Arbor Day was referred to, and the Hey field Branch A.N.A. intimated that they would co operate in the movement. ,A date will be definitely fixed at next meeting.

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HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 28 May 1914

HEYJFIJKLD MAHKKT. Messrs Mathieaon and Davis report: A good yarding of cattle at our fat sale yesterday. A good attendance of the i-rade, and keen competition ruled throughout, prime quality selling well. ITogurty Bros cows L8 5a, V. Mills' i!owh to LS 2s 6d, A. Warren's prima heifers £7 17b to L9, W. Harbeck'R cowh to LS 4s, M. Davis' L6 to L7 10s, IT. and H. Chester's speyed cows £8 15a to L9 4s, and heifers at L7 lis, B. Timms' cows to L8 1b, M. J. Reily'a bullocks Lll 16s, cows to LS 19rt, W. Coleman's heifers £4 19s. Store cattle-Mr 0. L. Kumpfi's dairy herd of 20 cows, milkers tc £8, sprin gers to L7 5a, the lot making a good a verage.

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FOOTBALL. HEYFIELD v. STRATFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 28 May 1914

FOOTBALL, HEYFIELD v. STRATFORD. . The Maffra Juniot Competition was advanced a further stage on Thursday last, when IieytieM visited Stratford. After their easy defeat of Newry, the visitors were fairly confident of putting up a good game against Stratford, but it is admitted that the homo team were superior in every department of the game. However, Hey field can im prove ita team considerably, and expect to turn the tables when the return match is played. The. game was con tested in a very friendy spirit, and was hardly as lop-sided as the final scares -3.11 to 2 behinds-indicates. For the winners fine.football was played by Swan, Sheehan, M'Mnvray, Monagle, Coloe, and Botirke. For Heyfield, the best form was shown by Fitzputrick, Mills, Ward, Harrison, Martin and Clark. In the same competition, Maffra de feated Newry by 10.13 to 3.6. The first matches in the senior com petition will be played to-day, when Maffra visit Traralgon, and Sale go to Buirnsdale. The following is the dra...

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CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 28 May 1914

CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 Fat CHttie-2450-yarded, comprising 150 N.S. W., 650 N.E , 490 S., 550 G., 240 IS'., 200 W. The market opened fcbont lute rates, but the supply proved to be in excess of requirements, mid prices afterwards fluctuated in most cases to from 10s to 15a under last week's high values. Prime pens bul locks.^ 4 to £15, extra to £1S, odd beasts £19 12s 6d, good £11 to £12, liyht and bandy L9 to £10/10, seconds ,L7. Prime pens cows L10 to Lll 2h 6:1, good £7 10a tc L8, others from £4 10A Calves-580 penned, prices little firmer. Mal-hicBon and Davis Rold 1S4 fat ctttle and calves, including 9 bul locks Grasslea Estate, Hevfield, afc Lll 15s. For Bronchial Cotighs, take VVcods' Great Peppermint Cute, l/6. "Deering" aud "McCormick" Grfiiu Drills aro the kind that are . sworn by-net at. Most simple to operate; sow most evenly; unusually durable. International Harvester Co. of Aus. Pty. Ltd., Bris.,' Syd., Melb Adel., Perth, and Lcatn.

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A SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 28 May 1914

A SECRET. The world is doing better than it did some time ago. We've learned some useful things our grandnires didn't know. And by the information which exper ience has gained, A. number of mysterious things are readily explained. Why did the flow'ret blush unseen amid. - the desert air 1 Why have some sages lived unknown in attics chill and bare1! Why is reward withheld frounnen both talented and wise? The answer is as plain as day-they didn't advertise.

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER III. THE FIRST WALTZ. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 28 May 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. (BY LILIAN ELLERTQN.) CHAPTER III. THE FIRST WALTZ. jOn through the fragrant mght, with every branch and iw:g flinging rain-drops after them as they passed, and a harvest moon sailing slowly through a host of paling stars, with hope pointing with kindly linger to the lover waiting for her at her journey s end, and dull care left, in .charge of Mrs. Greenaway at the inn. Ida felt so unutterably happy that she was almost inclined to lift up Ikt voice in song. The mare went at a capital pace, eager for her stall in tile Helton stables, and Captain Beresford drove as if lie sliarcd her anxiety, and were wil ling to satisfy it. Alone in the witching hour of night, with the moonlight giving its nameless charm to the everyday beauties of field and trees, and the loveliest girl he had ever seen sitting close by his side. Val Beresford felt a pleasant excitement in his inner self, and his pulses quickened their ordinary beat. . It was with a sigh of regret rather than of ...

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EMPIRE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 28 May 1914

EMPIRE DAY. At the Heyfield Stute school, Friday last was devoted to the usual cele brations in connection with Empire Day. In the morning the ordinary programme was set aside for the sub stitution of special lessons on geography, etc. At about three o'clock a large number of parents and visitors arrived, and the contents of many baskets weve spread out, and the children were, later on, regaled with a liberal supply of dainty cakes, sandwiches, etc., to which, we suppose it is needless to add, they did fnll justice. During the afternoon short addresses, dealing principally with the significence of the Imperial Bpirifc in British aSair, and impressing on the minds of the children that they would be the future rulers of our great Empire, were delivered by Or Allar dvce, Messrs Fitton, A. Cummins and Farvis, Mr Fitzpatrick, Chairman of the School Committee, presented the school with a handsomely-framed photo graph of the opening of the first Com monwealth Parliament. Mr Mills suitably ...

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RANDOM READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 28 May 1914

RANDOM READINGS, (By Silas Snell). The idea of the Prog ess Association and A.N.A. to plant ornamental trees in Heyfield is n good one. If a man does nothing all Ijis life but plant a tree ho will be remembered for it, and the history of trees often form pretty legends, invariably recall old associa tions, and civilise us, History tells that the French army wan totally de feated by the Swiss. A man ran to the city to tell the news ; he ran seven miles, carrying a twig in his hand. He told the good news and dropped dead. They plauted the twig where he fell. It grew into a tree. That was hun dreds of years ago, and now no public monument is so treasured by the Swiss as is that old and sacred tree. In our schools we have a pretty tradition that trees shall be planted by the children, hence Arbor Day and free trees from the State. Shakespers says that there are "tongues in trees," they speak to us with such a sense of beautv and harmony, and someone else says "a tree is a man planted," ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 28 May 1914

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AT COWWARE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 28 May 1914

AT COW WARE. The celebration of Empire Day by the Bchool children afc Cowwarr was carried out under very favorable con ditions, and the demonstration was entered into heartily by the children, parents and friends. The note of pat riotism and of Empire was strongly sounded in the songs sung by the chil dren, and in the speeches delivered by Mr Moore, head teacher, and Mr E. P. Murphy, on behalf of the School com mittee. The ceremony of saluting the flag was performed with due respe-.t, after which the children were provided with lunch, and a programme of races entered upon. Later on t°a was served in the school, and then the children gathered outside and sang the National Anthem, the celebrations concluding with three hearty cheers by the children for those who had assisted to provide them with the day's amusement.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 28 May 1914

Auctioneers, l|atS|ieson aijd Davis AUCTIONEERS. STOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, Kile, T?ars!gsa, Mrs, Heyield, And 5 St. James' Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, . Local Agent. SPECIAL SALE HEYFIELB . ~ ST0RE_ CATTLE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10. MATHIESON an-D DAVIS will sell as above 250 MIXED STORK CATTLE SALE HORSE - SALE. FRIDAY, JUNE 19TH. j~ATf iIESONAND DAVIS and ADAM j..jL SON, STRETTLE AND CO. will hold their next Horse Sale at Sale on above date. * All horses left with P. O'Connor, Ileyfield, w be taken down free. Good grass paddock provided. Adan{soi|, Strettle & Co PTY. LTD. VIC iv > ii IA HORSE BAZAAIl, 1 393 BQURKE ST.. MELBOURNE, Cconduc: sales as follows Morsks -Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at their Bazaar AT N kwmarket-Sheep, Tuesdays Fit 1 attle, Wednesdays AT Coiu'ORATION MARKET-Pigs and Calves. Wednesdays and Thursdays. Dairy and Store Cattle, Fridays CLEARING-OUT SALES A SPECIALTY, PURE STOCK SALESMEN, Trust Monies to lend, lowest...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 28 May 1914

a 65 99 h At irast. v.e pit"-nine yea wnnt the BEST ACCOliP the v.'iM produces-and that is CUK.TAJ: J.V the " K''.ON." Thev co: t a little than w:ne 1ml the -Well, you will know wi.? v.-iisrii you hear their rich, full, organ-like Tone, :md they are made and iiuished. PRICES The Organ lifezon, 35/-; The .Graud Organ'" MY CATALOGUE ought to be in your home, l-iend your address (or it to-day aud I will ;uail it, PLEAr-E NOTE that 1 higher up the street. My nc moved a [ress is' LYOi & saa bquhke STREET, mewmm& Cno Door Abovo CivnnsJon Stirot. SIT M LI. i:.:. Ot:r :' ","o Mailorder Department has bean spei.la.My or;:?nir..-:J for tile benefit of Country Ciiesit= who ao prcci^a rtvle, Ht, and finish at a reasonable price. Our SUI.V'o T3 ME4S22B fe 42/ era. of excellent quality materials: the line finish and the cc.iifortable yet perfcct fit of each SUIT leaves nc'Jiin:.' a bo oesired. We are Specialists in MEN'S TAILOniMG and BOY'S OUTFITTING, doing nothing else and doinM...

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