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BALLARAT WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 March 1914

BALLATCAT WHOLESALE DAIRY ■DT?nnr7^*i? nr,\m;i.yp Thursday. Philips and C'!i:ini1ii'rlain import:—Mut ter: Prime factory prints, I,'2; lump. I/I.J; separator, llld to 10,id : i!n iry. 8d. 31d. Bacon : Pidrs, 11*1; middles, 1 /: 11:ini, 1/3. Iloiipy. Md to llld. Lard. Till. Choose. C}<1 to 7Jd Onions: Uiov.ii Spanish, .£8 10/. Now potatoes. XI. T. .T. Lawless nnd Co. (Into M'Gro^or 5?ros.) report: — Butter: Prime factory prints, 1/2; lump, 1/1'; dairy, !ld; separa tor, 10|d to Hid. Errs, lid to 1 j. Bacon: Rides, llld to lid; middles, 1/; liame, 1/3. jLnrd, 8d. Honey, 3Jd to 3J<1. Choose, 7Jd *o 8d.

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
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HIS OWN SON DISCOVERY OF POLICE SERGEANT [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 March 1914

HIS OWN SON DISCOVERY OP POLICE SERGEANT Station Sergeant William Alfred Jones gave evidenco at the Wands worth Coroner's Court yesterday (says "Tho Daily ISxpress" oC December "). at the inquest on his little son, James Alfred Jones, aged eight, and told a. pathetic story of the way ho learned of the tragedy. .He was on duty it Tooting Police Station when a boy came to him, and said a little boy had been run over l>v a motor-trailer in Miteham road. He told the reserve man to go and see what it was. • Shortly afterwards a policeman brought the body to the statfion, and the driver and two boy witnesses, from whom he took statements, came Into tho charge room. "I obtained a description for circu lation round the stations," said the sergeant. "I read it. and thought It was like my little Jimmy. I then went to the parade. I turned the cover back and found it was my son." Tho boy had been running between the engino and the trailer, and the coroner commented on the difliculty of inter...

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
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BALLART WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 March 1914

33ATXAI?AT "WHOLESALE "PIIODUC'E makkf/iy Tho quotations are:—Wheat, 3/9 to 3/DJ for prime milling. Oals: Fair fct-il, 3/9 to 3/10 lor lioavy IVxl. Peas. •!/ lo 4/2. ]!;iI'Ipv: Prime, 3/3 to 3/1: fair lo Sood, 3/ to 3/2; Cave, 21 to 2/2. Flour. .iO. 3?rail. .C'tlaix jvolhu'd. .£5/5. Poiato.^s, 310W, .£3/5/ to ,1'k Hay: Host cliafliiiK, 37/fi to .£'2; juangor, .42 to £2/5/. Straw, ito/fi

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CHAPTER XIII. Netta Recovers. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 March 1914

CHAPTER XIII. Netta Recovers. Before Gwendolen, in her assumed character of a gipsy fortune-teller, left the fainting Netta in her little drawing-room in Heath Villa, s' e iang the electric 'bell—and had barely closed the front door of the little house upon herself before it was an swered by the eager Annie, who had waited impatiently to hear her young mistress's experiences with "the Queen of the Gipsies," as the cook de clared she must be. Annie, hurrying in, Hushed 'with ex citement, looked around in astonish ment, for there seemed to be ne'ther .Miss Sayers nor the mysterious gipsy woman in the room. Then she saw her mistress lying in a heap on the tloor, and gave a shriek which brought the buxom, wall-eyed cook hurrying in. "There, now! 1 said it would 'be!" panted the cook, as she assisted An nie to lift the unconscious Netta upon the couch. "1 knew as 'ow that bless ed queen was a-keepin' of facts for 'er. It's all 'er! The cat—cat Wot was it she called it.' The catafalque is...

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The Great Montamo[?] Case. CHAPTER XII. A Web of intrigues. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 March 1914

The Great Montana or 6m By ALICE M. D1EHL, Authoress of "The Knave of Huarts,'' CHAPTER XII. A Web of Intrigues. As Gwendolen remained staring at that ring—speechless—the girl '.urned paler and paler; at least, her illy whiteness assumed a lividity which to anyone who loved her would have been alarming. Why, she was wondering, why had this gipsy woman—for she was com pletely unsuspicious tliat the fortune teller was a lady, masquerading— seemed panic-struck when she looked at her hand? Was the awful story of the 'last year graven on her paiiii in those intricate lines which she had often examined, with speculation as to their real import? "What is wrong with my hand?'' she almost wailed. Gwendolen camc to herself with a start. In an instant she had summoned her self-possession. She shook her head doubtfully "You must remove that ring—yoar l> - trothal ring, madam, is it not?—befoie 1 can read your future," 6lie said,, rr-1 sun!ing_hf.r o.bantintj <(oeck an2 'Au-i accen...

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PLOT TO BREAK PRISON [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 March 1914

PLOT TO BREAK PRISON Sensational stories were current in the week of an alleged plot to rescue Stinie Morrison from Farkhurst l'rison, where he is serving a life sentence for the murder of Leon Heron on Claphani Common (states Lloyd's News, Novem ber SO). A stranger with a foreign accent Is said to have intercepted one of the patrols outside the gaol, and to have inquired about. .Morrison's health and the position of his cell. The conversa tion was overheard by a superior offi cer on the other side of a hedge, and a report has: been sent to the Home Ofllce, while the niglit patrol outside the pris on has been doubled. Another story was that two warders saw Morrison put something into his mouth. It was seized, and was found to be a piece of chewed-up paper. Mor rison was promptly removed to another cell, and when the cell lie had pre viously occupied was searched, pieces of brown paper were found, on which, it is stated, details were written of an elaborate plot to blow up a wall of ...

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LAUDER IN PULPIT STORY OF "WEE PIT PONY" [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 March 1914

LAUDER IN PULPIT STORY OF "WEB PIT PONY" Mr. Harry Lauder appeared in the pulpit at the Anerley Congregational Church, S.E., yesterday afternoon, and obtained an enthusiastic reception from a crowded congregation at a men's "open" meeting. It was a case of "house full" (says, the "Dally News" of October 241.--; "■ • Tllu f nirTo u s.c o me d 1 ail spoke on his pet subject, the treatment of pit ponies, and gave his audience a little personal history, dating bade to the days when, as a lad, lie drove a pony In a pit. His pony was a black one. with a long, shaggy mane. "Captain" was his name, and lie was "a wee pony for work." One day. when Lauder was seated in the "hutch" which the pony was draw ing, the animal suddenly stopped and wheeled round, and immediately aftor wards several hundred tons of rock fell from the roof on to the spot . where he would have been had the ' animal continued on its way. I "It was through the pit pony that 1 1 am hero to-day," he said, "and that is why th...

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GETTING MARRIED QUIETLY NEW IDEAS IN WEDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 March 1914

GETTING MARRIED QUIETLY NEW IDIC AS IN WEDDINGS. I Simplicity is to l>e the note struck in weddings taking place during 1914 (says "The Daily News and Leader"). Few "bis" ceremonies, .such as in past years, will lie seen. Society brides and grooms arc now all anxious to get married as quietly as possible, and with a minimum oC Tuss. It will be noticed at all the really smart weddings this year that fewer guests will be present at the church, and that the number of brides maids and train-bearers will be very much curtailed. urcerci'Tiox i;kfouk this wed ding. The giving of wedding presents, ot course, will be as popular as ever, and so that all the relatives and friends of the happy coupje may see these gifts a reception will be held at the bride's residence on the evening before the wedding day. But after with one or two near relatives, will return to the house to witness the de parture of the newly-wedded couplc for their honeymoon. It is not on the count of expense that the big...

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LEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL Wednesday, llth March. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 March 1914

LEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL Wednesday, lltli March. iProfWMit: Cvs ?»f. N. Loos (pnvsidont), A. :j%, liiiiRlcy. L>. U. Gibsrii. .1. Duvle, l\ J. -Callagtiait. C. II. IVel, ami J. V CoirwpoiuUiuT.—1'iom l)r Cole, Gw 3a-ujj Hospital, roportiim a cast* of dipli *h(*ria fioiu Tcosdaie.— Vix.m U. Sem .nrvni.s, C'i\)wn l.uul bailiti\ om-uirin;; what -■an».a :s uijuii;-'! lor a jjia.el on 4he land Hcen■>< d \o i\ .1. \ an Ylcdd-.r. parish of Knfeld. <t Vinson !vn:ai iced riot only did b-.-i'ih ^ 11i11» th*» &-r«av^L •>:?! ibriinyon^ shire as well, and ■iiio vvhuie ana should be i\-=-i\vd. ' I lu Iv:hiivI;uv staUd that ho had replied to "lbut effect. and his; act on wa* anorovod —l*i\ in T. 11. Wilkinson, ^eiMviary com bined suiiojN' oxenrsion t«> thvlonK» astv Uuil a public holiday be proe.aim-ed ,ui the w*st riding on U;th March. Cr 3VlL:t<*han moved that the request bo eotn -plied with. Cr lVel seconded. Cariied. —FiviilDepartment of l.a::d* a...

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CARICATURES WILL DYSON'S PLAINT [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 March 1914

CARICATURES WILL DYSON'S PLAINT Mr Will Dyson, the cartoonist of "Th« Daily Herald"—some of whoso cartoons are the most vitriolic ap pearing in any paper—has made . a plea for the liberation of our carica turists from the uncongenial task or. being eternally bright and optimistic concerning the personal appearances of our Clreat .Men. (says "Public Opi nion"). This was the text of a lecture deliv ered by hiin to the Cambridge Univer sity Fabians:— Caricature is an art possible-only in the higher reaches of civilisation in which the liorridest arbitrament of the tribal club no longer obtains. . . . CI-OSE SEASON FOU CAllK'ATUU JSTS There is, of course, now an almost permanent close season for the pro tection of the caricaturist. 1-Ie is not to-day discouraged with stone axes, but he is still far from knowing the amount of liberty and veneration due to his high olliee. Indeed, to-day the uncomely Great, fearful of the Kvil Bye of the caricaturist, are able to prevent the caricature of...

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THE "Berringa Herald" [?]HED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING [Registered at the General Post Office Melbourne, for transmission by post [?] a Newspaper.] SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1914. POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 March 1914

THE " ISerrinira Herald" I'J !|.I:S11EI> EVEHY JATUKDA* MdltiNIM. [Registered at the Geueral Post Offiet JIulbourne, £^r transraission l>y jmst ii> a Newspaper.] ' • Saturday. March 14, 191-i. police court. Tteforo Messrs W. C. Haig ami J. O'Don nell, J.P., at Tuesday's Policc Court, two parents ivero charged with failing to send their children to sclicol, and fines of 3/ an<l 2/ respectively were imposed. P.S.A. To-morrow a P.S.A. is annoup.ced to talco pltice ill <ho Berringa Recreation Reserve in aid of tho Ballarat Hospital and Orphanage. Tho proceedings will commonco by a procession of friendly societies, headed by the Boys' Brass Band, and later on addressess will be delivered by Parliamentary representa tives and others. A sacrod concert will be held i:i O'Farrell's Hall at night. ANGLICAN SOCIAL. A successful social, under tho auspices of the local Church of England, was held in the Prcsbytorian Hall on Thursday evening. The Rov. W. E. Pugh was...

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 March 1914

CYCLING. The Dunlop Rubber Company states thit there is every evideue** of a. k«en contest i'or the £100 first prize to be awarded the Austral asian Club team which e5t;iblishes. fastest time on the road for a 1\X> miles relay Despatch Hide. A. crack Sydney team representing the Granville League Club intends-, aiukint; n eaily attempt to better (he existing record, viz. -L hrs. 28 iriins. iw ~!~> sec* , standing to th-e Ctvdir, of the Ooburi; Club, Mel bourne. The Batiinrst Cycling Gia?) (N.S.W.), which has recorded thiol' bt-st time up to date (4his. -iO uiins— 22 rjec.s ), also intends making a fur1 ther eil'urt to reduce the leading" team's tirm-. AH club teams of ten ridtr.s cu wring thy *'century" i* f> hours, will receive time medal" iiotirf. 'L'lie competition closes »a April 3jth.

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It Is Said. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 March 1914

Ills Sail • That glorious rain fell over t'uo distncfe on Thursday night, and just came in tha nick of time to save a water famine. That Mr T. iL Wilkinson has promised to give a paper at the next, meeting olT the Berringa A.N.A. That daring f ho absence of ConsfaBFeS Crimmins on holidays, relief duty is beings: performed by Constable Sullivan. That Mr Brosnan, senr., of SjarsdaliiV is a boshftsr at laying out a tennis court That the main item of talk amongst tii-.v youngsters is tho combined schools" ess— cursion to Geelong on Thursday next. . That (he Berringa Prospecting .Vssocia—• tion lias got a good swing 011; iiie Faucjr' is on a more solid footing than ever; an-X iho Tunnel is getting a wriggle on in pror. mising auriferous country. That Mr Grigs, of Linton, had his TegS badly crushed owing to a waggon ruBy ning over it. That Senator Russell is going to visiS Rokewood on 11th May to deliver an ad dress. That long Peter, of Rokewood, nearly the cause of illuminating tho towft...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 March 1914

Shoes & Boots. Distinctive Style Durable Quality Constant Comfort Moderate Prices Are Features of Our NEW WINTER FOOTWEAR 300 STURT STREET. ('Phone 579) (Right next Tunbridge's Now Furniture Arcado) || J

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BA[?]LARAT STORE AND DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 March 1914

BALJ-iATtAT STOKE AND DAIRY" CATTLE AlAJilOiT. Fruhtv. I Coll'-" anil I'ullum rojiortCattle: GeciC* ] yarding:, including 1lii'.'ul from the Sfc Arnam) tl istrict, Odmprisinj; steers an£ 1 heif i ts. 18 months to ;>i years old, nntf a. I few pood district lines of forward ronfli— ■ tion to fat cows, dairy heifer*?, calvfs.1 : and bulls were alt*> forward- Spriugernr 1 Host forward springers arc scarce, antii ; tho.se yarded met an extra keen sale at j Higher prices. On© mew cow made XT' i 17/6; others, .£4/10/ to ,£G; Rood heifers i are seHiiis: readily from JM/10,/ to .£5L t i Milker?: Fnir supplies forward, including | a few nice cows. Competition v»:is spirit— | ed far fhp host at higher price:-:; one nic« cow made .£8/10/; others. ~L*G to .£.'7. Stow* caMlt»: Notwithstanding the contiiui€«?. dry v.enther there was a firm demand for all of store and good steers.* had a a especially brisk sale, selling afc ton valfi'S; a pen of 2-year-olds X~y{-\j; f« olhv i".'!i at S'y'lOJ;...

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VETERAN SHIRE OFFICER PRESENTATION TO MR C. A. WILSON. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 March 1914

VETERAN SHIRE OFFICER / , • I presentation to mk c. a. "WILSON. During the course of the Leigh Shire Countil meeting on Wednesday, the Pre sident (Cr M. N. Loc.-O remarked that the Council had a plea pan t; jlufy to per form—to make tlio presentation of an il 1 u in ilia tr-tf address to tTioir veteran Shire .Secretary, w'ho luul held office for over half a century. TTe asked Cr Gibson to mako t'.io presentation. Cr Gibson said that nothing gnvci him greater pleasure tlmn to make the pre sentation of the address f<> Mr C. A. Wilson. When matters find been set tled up in connection with the recent complimentary banquet tendered Mr Wilson, sufficient money was left on hand to obtain an illuminated address, and. on behalf of the Council, flip rate payers. and his many friends, ho had much pleasure in handing over the ad dress. Tliev all recognised that in Mr Wilson they had a most faithful and con scientious officer—an offici-r who lmd nut. iip a record in municipal life ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 March 1914

Business Aoticts. 313= 213 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 Sturfc Street Is the XEW A 1)5)15 ESS of W. E. Thomas' New Dental Parlors. Xow 31 VICE NO MISTAKE. when you set out on your visit. YOCJ cai.'bafford to make mistakes when your teeth are at stake—:tio one can ! You'll find there is only uns X -Iti 'JLI 2 13,^^ t'URT ST., and it is c!e:>rly shown in larySIH^res. Exactly 3 Doors Below City Hall. W. E. Thomas "uarantees absolutely painless extractions and a perfect fitting set of teeth of the highest order procurable in any part of the world for the small amount of £3s 3s. Call to-day i REMGMBliR THE NUMB ICR—213. Open Fridays till i) p.m. Saturdays till 1 p.m. 'f'lionc *!>!>. J. h. RIIMXfiS, Representative. 213. ■■■213 A Word Farmers. If you hav-e'nt been getting satisfaction from your seeds—if they have'nt been...

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FILMS ABLAZE FIRE DAMAGE £8000. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 March 1914

FILMS ABLAZE KIKE DAMAGE £8000. A serious lire broue out about 'J.15 tliis morning at Messrs Patlic Frergs, Limited, St. James-court, Wardour street (suys "The Westminster Gazette" of December :>1). The lire resulted in tlic destruction of many thousands of feet of films and other property. The alarm was raised at 9.27, and the liremen, who were called by tele phone exchange to "a cinematograph factory alight in St. Ann's-court, Soho," found, when they arrived in rapid succession' from Great Marl borough street, Scotland Yard, llol born, Westminster, Southwarlc, Waterloo road, and Whitefriars, that a very serious task was in front of them, A "district call", was immediately telephoned to the Winchester House headquarters, Southwark Bridge road, and Mr S. G. Gamble, the Sec ond Ollicer (who is in charge of the brigade in the absence of Lieutenant Sladen, R.N.), at once despatched 18 steamers and motor pumps, long lad ders, and 100 liremen to the scene. A great orowd gathered to wa...

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LOCAK RALWAY RATES BOLSTERING UP CENTRALISATION. PROTEST BY [?]IGH SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 March 1914

LOGiL RA ItfAY RATES UOLSTKKING UI> CEN TRALISATION. IKOIKST li^ liivKJIX Sillli-E COUNCIL. At the meeting of the Leigh Shiro Cuuncti Gibson stated that a monster meeting was to bo hold at Lismorc on Friday io protest against local rates im posed through the const ruction of new raihva.vs. Kepi irs had boon received that 'J'M fanners and others interested would he present, and lie considered Leigh Shire Council should be represent ed at a deputation to wait on the Minis ter of Kailways. lie pointed out that farmers as a whole were not cognisant of w:hat liii-al rating actually meant to them. To work it out on a hav-growing basis, it would be found that it meant a tax of over ■!/ per at re. Although lit | tie more than 100 miles from, the metro politan market, the farmers in tiio dis trict found that they wore actually com peting with farmers still another lOtt miles distant on the same basis. Wer ncll.^iind Kokcwood fanners had to pay three minimum rates on all product) car ried ...

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UTOPIANS DIFFICULT TO FACE. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 14 March 1914

UTOPIANS DIFFICULT TO FACE. The building o£ Utopias has been a I favorite recrcation for imaginative men, writes the Editor of "The Irish Homestead." We do not believe that Plato's ltepublie was by any means the lirst attempt to imagine what ihe ideal human community would be like. We have not the slightest doubt that all the buried civilisations were so dis agreeable to the people who lived in them that before they perished through soll'-generated diseases, philosophers or pliilosopliicules were preaching ideals, wise or foolish, to all the discontented who would listen to them. AN IMPLICIT BELIEF. Our own age has been prolific in the manufacture of Utopias. William Morris tried his hand at it. So did Mr Wells. So did Edward Bellamy and a score of others. There is somewhere implicit in the human spirit a belief in the perfectibility of mankind. All re formers appeal to that spirit. Politi cians exploit it. Every great measure of recent years which we can remem ber has been prefaced...

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