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CRESSY. REFRESHMENT ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

DRESSY. REFRESHMENT ROOMS. iUsewhere applications are in cited for the lease of the refresh -*cent rooms at Cn-'esy railway-sta -*icn. Tenders close on Wednesday lasext. Particulars are contained in 42ia advertisement elsewhere.

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
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MECHANICAL MILWER AND THE LABOR PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

mechanical milwer and Vf:whe labor problem. Tliore is no doubt that the mechan ical milker must come into general use on all dairy farms to solve the labor problem. "Where one has only a few cows, and it is possible for him to secure such milkers that he is cor tain his cows will be milked satisfac torily and regularly, there is a doubt as to whether he should change meth ods. On the other hand, there ar» thousands of those who milk great numbers ot cows, and their lives bo come burdensome because of the im possibility of having the milking pro perly done. The milking- machine lias some time since come into very general and suc cessful use. It is true that occasion ally a. cow will cease to be profitable when milked by the mechanical milk er. There is no particular reason why the milking machines should be con demned, however, because it is a "well known fact that on all dairy farms, even where cows are carefully milked by hand, cows are sometimes ruined by erroneous feeding or othe...

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ROKEWOOD JUNCTION. STOCK MUSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

RGKEW002) H\CriO\. STOCK MUSTER. The common managers elsewhere siotify that a muster of stock on tlie Rokewood Goldfields' Common will take place on Monday and Tuesday next at the branding yards. Owners of stock are requested to at -*&ad and claim their cattle.

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THIN-SKINNED PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

THIN-SKINNED PEOPLE. Those thin-skinned, sensitive people —how difficult, nay, how exasperating, they are to deal with. They are eter nally on the look-out for some griev ance, some slight that was never in tended, and, having found one, tlioy diligently nurse it until it has grown to gigantic dimensions. By this time it has become more real and import ant than ever, and one may as well try to empty the ocean as to remove the hurt to their feelings. It is noth ing to them that everybody in the home is supremely miserable. What matters? Have not they themselves good reason to be disturbed and irri table? It is a pity that the self-con sciousness which induces a mental at titude of this troublesome kind had not been exercised by their parent3 in early childhood—the best time for correcting a tendency to morbidness.

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ROKEWOOD. OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

ItOKEWOOD. OBITUARY. Many will regret to learn of the -wartlier sndden death of Mrs Eu j<hemia Ilbery, which occurred on Stiday last. The deceased was rwell-known for her many kind and «Iiaritabl<> acts. The funeral took jplnce on Sunday from the residenco -«£ Mr. Mercer, the remains being interred in the Rokewood Cemetery, yhefnneral was largely attended by sympathisers from the surrounding ■dietricte, the deceased lady being irighly esteemed by all. The follow ing gentlemen anted as pall-hearers: JSflf. \Y. E. Pngh, Messrs 1>. SfGrepor, It. Gil let, C. E. Ching, BL. H. Clark. A. Itiee, J. M'Lennan, *W. Carr, sen.. C. tttanbrook, M. iJahill. sen., a>nl C. Bobinson. The «oofiin-bearers were : —Messrs W. tfiillett, L. Gillett (brother-in-law of deceased), L. Gillett. and T. Earl {nephews of deceased). The ftev. ifi. Hay officiated at the house and jgrave.

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A New Allment. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

A New Ailment. "My husband is so poetic," said one lady to another in a motor bus. There upon an lionest-looking woman sitting opposite said, "Excuse me, m'm, but have you ever tried rubbing his joints with hartshorn liniment?" There are lots of complaints that aTe catching, but experience is not one of them. Unasked advice ie a drug in tha market.

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District News. SMYTH[?]DALE. CEMETERY TRUSTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

nisi us! ksws. SMYTH rsmuj, OEMETKl'Y THIJSTKEf. Tl;t< quailt' v nn-etivg rf >he Jriistets took j'-rtce oij Tin-sO.av evening, W. T. Wiilmiison (chair snan) piesic)i?i£. A letter "was re fnm I'vMie Health Depavt -aienc t» abstract of accounts mul di-iails of receipts and expendi ture for year ending 3-»si of 1 ecem 'l»er. HM3. Also forwarding copy of onles for gnidanee of trustees. The in-£ton's quarterly report showed ■Skat there had been six interments, and the fees collected amounted to £10 2a. The secretary's financial sriattment showed receipts £10 2s and expenditare £1!> 13d 10J, hav ing a credit balance of £40 lis Td. Accounts amounting to £11* l:>a lid ■were paesed for payment. It was •wsolved to effect repairs to a vanlt liiikt ia in a bad state. Messrs P. Dalton and W. T. Williamson were -appointed auditors of accoontB for •aanuitl statement.

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TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

TO-DAY. A young man born in this country to-day has reason to congratulate him self. He comes at a time when our young men have before themselves greatest duties and the greatest re wards. The very atmosphere of the land is instructive and educative. It is in the air that there are important things to do," and nobody lacks urging and incentive to prepare himself for future duties. He can see on every hand fields which are sure to deve lop into which ho may enter, and, by striving with brain and brawn, secure himself high position. From farming to war, the chances of success are in numerable and.the profits large. They are ready to hand for those who are just entering the world as infants and those who brave it as young men of age. The twentieth century holds something for all. She: I always think'of motoring as the poetry of motion. He: Yes, until the machine breaks down; then it becomes .blank verse!

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CHAPTER XL. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

CHAPTER XL. I Quietly through the Court came fhe voice of the uiher: i "Ernest Sibstone."j | Again the public,! the fashionable J beauties, the dandiei craned forward I to view a man who! was known to ' many as a financier, to many as a theatrical manager, to all as a man whose naime had beei frequently men tioned during the hoaring in connec tion with Lady Pettlgew's. He stepped quietly Into the box, and stood, limp and! gaunt of flguro, like some impassive automaton, whoao red beard worked on pulling a string. "You aro a theatrical manager?" be gan Mr. Candy. "Among other things—yes." "When did you first meet Lady Pet tigew?" "During the run of 'The Nurso Girl' at my Whitehall Theatre." "You fell in lovb with her?" Ernest Sibstone did not spare him self In his hunger for revenge. "I must have fallen insanely In love with her." "You wished to marry her?" "Not at first.'" "What then?" Ernest Sibstone'o voice was hard and dry, hlB speech was slow; he dwolt on every word: "I tried tho...

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THE VIXEN Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock [?] Co., Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XXXIX. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

THE ¥IXEI"£ By LEWIN FITZHAMON. Published liy Arrangement with Ward, Loch. Co., Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XXXIX. When the Court resumed after lun cheon, the usher called James Mor dan, alias Velvetty Arthur, the notori ous criminal, the racecourse crook and the friend and associate of the cab-driver's daughter. In order to live up to a friend who had married into the "hupper ten," Velvetty Arthur was arrayed in habili ments which can only bo described as spectacular! Joseph in hlo coat of many colors, could he hav& Been Arthur, would have simply sat down and wept. A white collar gripped hia neck Jike a dog-collar, and Its pressure ap peared to force the bristles out of his head, at the same time keeping quan tities of blood in it, so that Mb face was dyed a rich crimson lake, deep ening to purpio about tho nose and , citis. From the cauliflower tie, pre v.'ouely- wcunti several times " round • ' the collar, rose a dazzliag horseshoe, which wo' '1 lit a donkey's...

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THE HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

> U1 THE HOUSEHMfJ), .. \l; < CT' Calf 8 Liver Bfaised.—Havo'"*tfre liver larded with strips of salt pork, brown one tableepoonful of chopped ouioii in butter in a skillet. Put the liver in for five minutos, turning it ovar; have in a stewpan four ounces ol salt pork cut in dice. Bet it on a good fire ,and when hot put in the liver. Add one glassful af warm stock, one bayleaf, a sprig of thyme, two sprigs of parsley, two cloves, and a small carrot cut in pieces. Cover the stewpan and let it simmer for three hours. Stir now and then, thicken the gravy, add a little lemon juice, and one tableepoonful of golden syrup. Broiled Kidneys.—Cut the kidney into thick slices. Melt one tablespoon ful of butter and stir into it a little mustard am.' a squeeze of lemon juice. Dip each Blice of kidney in this, roll in fine breadcrumbs, and set aside for thirty minutes. Grease a gridiron, then make it hot, and place the kid neys on it; broil over a clear fire, turning often that the k...

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FARM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

FARM NOTES. Nature's remedies and methods for euring the ills of man, beast, or soil are always the best and most econo mical. Thorough preparation- of seed bed, Intelligent selection of seed, and good cultivation are vitally essential and must be employed to ensure suc cess. Modern farming requires varied in formation, as well as unflagging zeal and industry. It needs the applica tion of commercial ideas. Real suc cess in agriculture can only be at tained by keeping up with changing conditions and developing a well balanced business programme to go with the tilling of the soil. Tlio value of straw as a fertiliser varies. No definite statement can bo made rogarding its value. In a soil lacking in organic matter is it of far more value than in one containing an abundance of organic matter. In round numbers a ton of straw will contain about ten pounds of nitrogen, six pounds of phosphorous, and 20 to 25 pounds of potash. Tho best form of lime to use for agricultural purposes is ground...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

Jn 1IAHHIA PamoHstor Quality 306 STUET STREET P,, !j 8 _J . A T MDnnlS. Shoes & Boots. Morrisf S&o« <ST ®«ots ('PllOllO 57DSllErEi ■ ■ B ■ ■■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ m _ j>or ijjjj Whole FdWiiy, (Rigbt next Tunbridce's New Furniture Arcade)

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Leigh Shire Council Wednesday, 14th January. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

Wednesday, 11th January. v.* ,(!n;vH""le>'t). a. A1/!lcr>J- Aiumo/c.' n' "•w VvCoiTesix>ii<lonc^ —i.v, ' ,/ V.y■• Vernon. Ucpartmeut, upplovitig of 'til ^lth inent of Dr i' \[ if , t,lu appoint ^ far [hhinn./v ! ft ,f^n ^ K.U1 (risi-ncd)OIU A ' : A1 Dou ; «r HarJey J<°^ PUa); 11,1(1 Dr o. Cole I , V, lo6_ relative to her i« . i" . '"'wfiuitioa ■-In,, of ta0 cZj'l 1! h",s ">"' si member Woi-Jiuskiuc it ,L .. "f I'ublio Jx: iLtoyzViz11'? ftfii"" si<il' of allotment I6811 l" mean hint miners uoullV'l 1& ypu,,l i,,lln prnspec-tMK i t "e moved that (lit- letiA locality, ''or « mouth | v Ti " 0,1 tablo <'arried.—From sw,,.,j' -I'tomieii. ■Uotm 1. ^at , 1, ' rj' Mmi.tr.y li^'r<l ^v,,eeMo r,: ,Pl! l'' J"™1'"'™ ,«* *»«<* Wfiriffl^ste & would ivceivo an caVh l fj " iiol<,'°",,cl1 "'"f 'JO'ly on the point < , ? fr0In wmlcd us main r««, s • ' , "'' . J ,?" re" IcnoH' how fo -ief V...

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THE KHEDIVE AND THE AMERICAN SALESMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

' THE KHEDIVE AND THE, AMERICAN SALESMAN. An amusing reminiscence of the present Khedive of Egypt is told by Mr. E. Alexander Powell, late consular representative of the United States at Alexandria, in his book, "The Last Frontier." air. Powell says he re ceived a call from tbe chairman of an American firm whose special line of business "was the manufacture of agricultural and well-drilling machin ery. Mr. Powell's visitor explained Lhat as he was passing through Egypt lie thought it might be possible to ob tain an audiuice with the Khedive: — agriculture and its attondant prob lems 01 irrigation and fertilisation constitute uie sole hobby and amuse ment of the present Khedive, Abbas ! liilmi. He is consequently a ready and liberal purchaser of all improved types of agricultural machinery, winch iio puts to practical use on his great coiaies. Yho request of my compatriot 'was duly transmitted to the grand master of ceremonies, and I shortly thereauer a reply reaohed ma mat named the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

Commonwealth tg||| Banh of Hustvalia Oranchos are open tor the transaction of Genoral Banking; Duilnau throughout Australia New South Wales—Sydney ami Canberra Victoria—Melbourne. Quoomlnnd-Brisbane and Tuwnaville. South Australia Adelaide Won torn Auutralla.-Pi-rih Tasmania-Uobart. Anil at. Kir.vpt House, 30-38 New Hroad Street. London fable remittances innrte to, anil draft-" drawn 011 forel(rn places direct. Forelpn Bills negotiated and collated. letters of Ore,lit and Circular Note* issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Hanking ami Kxchanue Hilsiness of every description transacted within th» Commonwealth, United Kingdom and foreign countries. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Agoncion are open in practically all Post Offices which issue Money Orders In the Australian Commonwealth and Papua. Withdrawals on demand may be cfTected for sumsup to £10atany Offlce within the Commonwealth 1/ Minimun-* no/ Rate of Interest on /■» Deposit 0/0 all Deposits u...

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THE ANTIQUITY OF HAIRPINS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

THE ANTIQUITY OF HAIRPINS. Hairpins have been elaborated as a means ui decoration since the earliest times. Particularly beautiful is tha ucucacy of their workmauship, two of tue line&i specimens beiug the gold puis u hich were found at yalamis iu uypru^, and are now in the British .tiutiuuiu. iSven mora handsome were Hie Saxon pins ot a later date, with iheir suaiiii of brass, head ot gold, and embellishment of garnets and pearls. There were, too, the larger sort of pins so conspicuously and ive quent:y ineniioued in the Bible. The instrument driven by Jael through the temple ot Sisera was probably a teux piii, v.lnie Delilah fastened the web ou ca.usutt'ii hair with a pin or hacceu, in me .Middle Ages pius wero a gieat tashion— indeed a necessity— 111 !• ranee, and we have it ou record iuai 1:1 lJ'H" tweive thousand pins were rewowd iroin the royal wardrobe for •.mo ot the French princesses. Tha cunvtiiienue ius probably a little later in reach ins England, but in 1510 we ...

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BALLARAT WHOLESAKE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

B ALLAH at WIKJl/F.fUI.F, DAIIfY vnomjcE mai;Jv.i:t. Tlnnwiav. Phillips and Chamberlain report:—Hiu ter: Prime factory prints, llltl; lump. 11(1 to 11U1; separator, Sid to 9.1; daily. 8rl. Kggs. 8il. Bacon: Sides. 11<1; mid dles. I!: liams. 1,3. Honey. 3d tn 3UI. Lard, Tl«l. Cheese, C!<1 to 7hl._ Onions: Brown Spanish, X~8.10/. Now l>o laties: Beauty of Hebron. .£5 to .C.i/10(. T. J. Lauii.-^ ami Co. (late M'tirogor Bros.) reportHutier: Prime factory prints. ll'.d : lump. ll(d; dairy, 8d: sepa rator, 9d. &«„'>. 8(1 to 3M. l'ae«Jn : Sides, lOd to lid; middles. 1/: hams, 1/!). I/ml. 8d. Honey, Hid to 31d. Clieeee, 7Jd to 8d.

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HONORABLE MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

HONORABLE MENTION. I'm 0110 of those near winners who, In any competition, Almost but do not quite squeeze through The gateway o£ ambition; For when I try for any kind Of prize or brain invention, Under "Awards" my name I find,' Wins "Honorable Mention." It's just the same whenever I, To mend my circumstances, .For something lucrative apply With seemingly good chances. Just as I think I've got a cinch As steady as a pension, I lose the job by half an inch With "Honorable Mention." The same with love. The girl who most Aroused my heart's emotion Had several beaux, yet I made boast Of privileged devotion; Yet when I felfl had obtained Her beBt and Bole attention. She married Muggs, and all I gained Was "Honorable Mention." And probably 'twill be my fata When, after earthly striving, [ como at last to heaven's gate, To hear upon arriving: "Although to win a dazzling orown Was doubtless your intention, We find we have to hand you down. Our 'Honorable Mention.'" Sir Frank Lockwood was on...

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Point Lonsdale Tragedy. MR SEABROOK'S BODY RECOVERED. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 January 1914

Fain! Loosflais Trap®). MR -SEARIiOOK'-S BODY IlE COYK ItliD. Yesterday morning Mr A. M. David received a telegram from Point Lonsdale stating that the body of William Seabrook. who was drowned there on the 3>'d inst., had come ashore, and be,en recovered. It will be remembered that Mr Seabrook, with Miss Mnriel Hunter and the others, had gone in for a swim prior to leaving for home. With the party were Mr A. M. David, Mr T. C. Seabrook, aud Mr Rupert Anderson, who waB engaged to Miss Hunter. Miss Hunter and Mr Anderson wero carried out by iho mi lertnw, and the others made heroic efforts ; to save them. Mr W. S abrook and Miss Hunter were, however, ■ r>wn ed, and the others had miraculous escapes from sharing the game fate. Miss Hunter's body was» recover ed the same day, but, Mr Seabrook's body was carried far ont, and only came to shore after a fortnights immersion. Th.- debase'*, who was 32 years of age, resided at Malvern, and was an officer in th_ Scottish Regiment.

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