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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER V (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 June 1914
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER V (Continued.) She did not linger long amongst, the glowing flower-beds, . where tiie brightness of tho geraniums was en hanced by. the scorching sun, but hur ried down the silent shrubberies, where lovely variegated shrubs from . every part of the world stretched their deli cate branches over her head, and made a refreshing shelter, out into the park beyond, where .herds of deer were browsing amongst the bracken. Start led by iier footfall on tho grass, they raised their delicate heads, gave the intruder a glanco of mistrust, and scudded lightly away, as if blown . by a breath. After wandering through one delici ous glado after another, she came to a broad piece of water, shining like golden glass in the sun. One end, where the trees dipped their branches into the water, was in shadow, and looked so invitingly-, cool, that leaning over it wistfully, she longed to bathe v her burning bead in its refreshing waves. Last night how gloriously liappy she was f...
A TOUGH PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 June 1914
A TOUGH PROBLEM. A man had two horses and two sad dles. The horses were of different value, and so were the saddles. One paddle was worth L16, and the other Li. Now, the dear horse with the L16 saddle is worth three times the- value of the cheap horse with the L4 saddle, and the cheap horse' with the £16 Hud dle is worth twice hh much as the dear horse with the L4 saddle. What is the value of each horse?
Correspondence. UNJUST TREATMENT. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 June 1914
Correspondence. UNJUST TREATMENT. ( 7o the Editor) Sir,-Finding I am -unable to Obtain justice, I write earnestly to your readers to use their influence to protect Aus tralian lads in various States from un just treatment from the Defence de partment. My own son at this moment lies in a solitary confinement cell in the Queensclifl fortress for no other mis demeanour than loyalty to his parents' views of Christian teaching, and thun our cherished right cf parental control has been forced from uaf Our eon, a lad of 16, was sent to QueenBcliff last week for 21 days for refusing to train under the Defence Act. My wife and I are members of the Society of Friends, and hold strong convictions against military matters, a principle held vital, for ceuturies, in the religious views of the Quakers and others, and however your readers may differ from me on this point, I am quite sure that a3 men and women they will agree that this is not the treatment for a boy of 16, even if he had committed a...
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 June 1914
-MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. Concerning some parts of the district new8 comes but seldom. Now this is not the fault of the Editor, for he has no miraculous powers of knowing what is happening in all the places iu the area of circulation. It is the fault of residents in silent places. Will some man or woman take the matter in hand and cause the silence to cease. If no one else it doing it for your district, will YOU try on the lines? Send accounts of public and social eventB in your township or neighbor hood. Give information, but let criticism alone. The information will'probably be right, and the public can make their own deductions therefrom. Do not bother about grammar or spel ling ; it is the Editor's work to look after these trifles.
ELECTION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 June 1914
ELECTION NOTES. The dissolution is to take place on 20th July ; issue of writs 30th July ; nomination Gth August, and elections on 5th September. The ".Argua" last week published a portrait of Mr W. J. M'i.ean, one of the selected Liberal candidates for the Senate, and says that in 1910 he was presented with a requisition containing 4000 names, asking him to oppose Mr Wise for Gipt-aland. A vigorous pub lic speaker, Mr M'L?an has inherited the persuasive and winning manner of his father. His wide knowledge of rural interests enables him to give full consideration to the special needs of the man on the land, whilst his com mercial experfence has given him a close acquaintance with urban require ments. Educated at St Francis Xaviers College, Mr M'Lean was greatly interested in sport in his youuger days, having been captain of both cricket and football teams, and also a follower of the hounds. Commenting on the double dissolu tion, the London "Times"' says that the Liberal Ministry's p...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 June 1914
FOOTBALL. In the Senior Football Competition last Thursday, Miiffra defeated Bairns dale by 45 points to 21, and Sale beat . Traralgon, 16.17 to 5.18. The two unbeaten tennis, Maffra and Si«le, meet on the Maffra ground, this afternoon. Umpire Elder will have chargp. of the game, and a great contest is expected. A football club lias been formed at Glanuiaggie, whose members are anxious to have the scalps of adjacent clubs dangling from their girdles. Next Thursday, 25th, Newry will visit Heyfield to fulfil their engage ment in connection with the district Juuior Competition. Toongabbie easily defeated Glengarry on Saturday last, scoring 4.5 to 4 behinds. The following is the draw for the MafiVa District Junior Competition : June 25-Maffra v. Stiatford, Heyfield v. Newry. July 9-Heyfield v. Stratford. Newry v. Maffra. July 23-Newry v. Stratford Heyfield v. Maffra. Matches will be played on the ground of the first-mentioned club. Messrs E. Jordan and Herron are the umpires appointed.<...
OUR RURAL LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 June 1914
OUR RURAL LETTER. ! '' Kustieus. In portion of the Rochester shire the sparrow pest is being dealt with in a way that bas undoubtedly the merit of novelty, at any rate. Two members of the Milloo Tennis Ciub go forth at night armed with a rao qiiet in one hand and an acetylene b.cycle lamp m the other and volley ing sparrows and starlings on the wing. The hedges are alive with starlings and sparrows. The two men walk on eitiier side, and as the birds escapc from cover the wielders oi: the racquets are said to volley right and.left with deadly precision. They accounted for 330 sparrows and several dozen srtarlings for two nights' practice recently. The Rochester shire council pays tribute to the extent of 2/(3 a hundred for sparrows' heads, municipal ban. The two hunters have Starlings have not yet come under the 011 hand over 3000 "heads 011 which to collect. According to a Rochester re porter, there is a characteristic differ ence between the starling and the sparrow when disturbed....
RULED WITH A ROD OF "PIG" IRON. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 June 1914
RULED WITH A. ROD OF "PIG" IRON. . "If a wife, l>y constant nagging, or unreasonable restrictions, excites a husband to absent himself from home, even for an extended period, that wife has not any light to sue for divorce on the ground of desertion." That is the law of th9 United States as emphasised by a judge in Sc. Louis, and affords henpecked husbands all over the States much consolation. "For 26 years," Mr Fleischmau, an. a'liicted husband, declared, "my wife enforced an ironclad set of rules, and if she charges me with desertion now, I ask, can you blame me?" The husband alleged that his wife's rules included the following : She banged a gong as a signal for him to retire, and banged his head as a signal for him to get up. Locked the house at 8 p.m. If lie was not in he slept in the woodshed. Made him take off his boots at the door. Made him pay 30a a week for board, and the grocer's bill. Made him carry water and wash his own clothes. Gave her pet poodle a bath twice a wee...
SOROSES SKIN FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 June 1914
SOKOSKS OKIN b'00D. Every woman who wiahnN to appear beautiful should use '"Sokosics" for the skin, id being unsurpassed in preset v iug the complexion. Soroses Skin Food-is Freshening, Softemug, Cleans ing, ami Beautifying, makes nil blem ishes such as Pimples, Freckles, Snn burn, Wrinkles ami tjalh.wness dia appeaivlike niasjic. -Priiie 2/9 per jar. Obtainable at Hey field Arcade.
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 June 1914
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday 5.30 Fab Cat-tie-1500 yarded, comprising 350 G., 200 S., 550 N.E., 150 W., 200 N. The supply was inadequate, and market opened fully 20s higher for bullocks, and hardened as sales pro gressed to 35s higher, clo^in^ with a further, tendency ; cows generally nOed 20s higher. Prime pens .bullocks LI4 10s to £16 lot!, extra to LIS 10*, odd beasts to £25, good £12 10s to LI4, light and handy £10 5s to LI 2. sec onds from LS 10s. Prime cows Lll to L12, odd beasts to LIS, good LS 10s to L10, others from £5. Fat Calves-525 penned, prices firmer. Alathiesoi) and Davis sold 150 fat cut tle and calvps, including 15 bullocks Campbell, Traralgun, at L15 6-;. 39 bullocks Bowman, Bethanga, at £17 LOa.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 June 1914
Auctioneers, j iy[atl\iesoi\ and Davis auctioneers. &lt;TOCK AND STATION AGENTS SIIEEP AXfi CATTLE SALESMEN, Ikle, iTiralgoa, Maffra, Hr/lield, And 5 St. James'Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. SPECIAL SHEEP SALE S AL. e: . THURSDAY, JUKE 18. MASTIIESON .X. DAVIS, will sell as above at Seie Boro Yards 5oca store Wethers, Breeding Ewes -and 'Weaners SALE HORSE SALE. FRIDAY. .JUNK 19TH. "ATHiESON AND DAVIS and&DAM ^ SON, STRETTLE AND 'CO. will bold their nesK Horse Sale at Sale-on above ?z.te. i All hor=?-: left with P. G^Connoz, Heyfield,! b- t.ikeu clown free. "Goodgrass paddock i provided. i " TEEYFIELD j WT. 1)N KSDAY. J'U'N E 24. ATillKSON ASD !D.WIS will sell^as i'jove 6ci Tvime Fat Cows, Bullocks and Heif ers from leading gr.iziers. 5o"'?I:xe.l Cntllc -? 11 i nr i m i i m -~~*~*~~~^ -£zs> yr .ifs. f M A Truck &lt;>f P'r.s, consigned from Pig ! rucking Association, will leave'Hey fi.l.i r-.i ttie Asscialtil .Agents on Tuesday, June Vend...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 June 1914
Y@U want. . a "HfEZdN" At least, we presume you want the BEST ACCORDION the world produces-and that is CERTAINLY 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 Mezon, 35/-; The Wonder Mezon, 42/-; The Grand Organ Mezon^fi^/r; The Chromatic - Mezon, SO/-. Carefully-packidjuid-farwardedto any address. v MY CATALOGUE ought to be in your home. Send your address for it to-day and I will mail it, FREE. PLEASE NOTE that 1 have moved a little higher up the street. My new address is um\ 256 BOURKE STREET, PJ3ELBQURNE Ono Door Abavo Swanston Straat. J e^EBY§uisiTB?r.:.v::^ Our iat*£o Mail-order Department has been c-p-ic::? Uy organized for the benefit of Country Clients vv'.io .t> prcciatc style, ftt, and finish at a reasonable price. Our SUITS T® MEASURE from 42A are of excellent quality materials; the f...
LIFE OUT-BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 June 1914
LIFIi OUT-BACK. A correspondent from Glenfalloch writes :-An accident, in which, luck ily, nothing was broken except a pair of trousers and the monotony of a couple of bush-whackers' lives, happened here'the other day. Two scrub cutters were shiftiug camp, aud they packed their tent, tools, pots and pans on a young brumby which they had captured a few weeks previously. On top of the load sat Jack , a little man almost hidden by a- wealth of red whiskers. They started off, Cliff riding a quiet old moke, and leading the pie-bald brumby, aud carrying in his arms a few mattock handles, half a billvcan of honey, and a looking glaHS. All went well for a mile or so, when the brumby, which must have caught the reflection in the glass of the bunch of whiskers under which he was travel ling, pulled away atd bolted. In swerving through, the timber, the brumby shifted Jack slightly in his Heat, when a hook on. the saddle be came very much attached to his trousers seat, and he stuck like Little ...
The Heyfield Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 June 1914
%"! iff## ijhtilll. PlJBLISHKD EVERY THURSDAY MORNING At the Melbourne pig market last week, MPhail Bros and Co. sold 49 pigs from Heyfield averaging 79s. 24 imconers for Mr H. Clie.st.-;r realised 84a, and 14 for Mr P. Kendall S2s. Mr D. G. O'Donnell Ikih received the following letter from the secretin') South Gippsland State Electoral Coun cil :-Dear Sir,- At a meeting of the Council held at Fisjh Creek, your nomi nation as a candidate for Smith Gipps land was acccpted,.subject to approval by the Ceutral Executive; also that the posilion'of organiser b>- offered to you at a'salary of ££ per week, salary to commence on starting duties and to continue until such time an the council decides to open campaign. I would like you to let rae know by return of post about the organising.-Yours fraternally, J. Hetiieiungton. " [As Btated in out last issue, Mr O'D.mnell'H nomination haB been accepted l>y the Central Executive, and we have lmc-n informed that he has accented the position ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 25 June 1914
Busines Noticess F. G. FITTON, GROCER, DRAPER, GENERAL MERCHANT, IIEYFIELD, "We more than Excel in MILLINERY > If you delight in the newest and most artistic crea tions in Millinery-the modes of the moment built by deft fingers into shape and color blendings of deliciotis charm -then call and view our Showrooms. , Ladies simply revel in the beauty of the models we offer-and the surprise at their low cost is only second to the admiration their loveliness evokes. c. s c. 31 Now that the Colcl Weather has set in, we have made ample provision for the wants of the Public by laying in. a Good and Up-to-date Stock of WOOLLEN CLOTHING," BLANKETS, RUGS AND GENERAL DRAPERY. Ladies' Costumes and Coats a Specialit}', also Ladies' One-piece Dresses from 15s 6d. 1 We have also a very good range in Men's Oilers, from 14s 6d up, Ladies' rain coats from 25s to 50s. Men's and Women's Felt Slippers for the frosty mornings- ~ better than any chil'olane cure. II111TI 111 11 111 I II11MI I I IIIII 111...
OUR RURAL LETTER. (Written for tue Heyfield "Herald") [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 25 June 1914
OUR RURAL LETTER. f (Written for tue Heyfield "Herald") Agriculture ,s an art based ou science and capable of great develop ment and expansion as the scientific principles on which it is based become more and more completely understood." says Air. A. L. V. Richardson, jVLA., iJ3.Sc., Agricultural Superintendent for the Department of Agriculture, in an. excellent article iu the "Journal of Ag riculture.'"'' That, embodies a hard fact that cannot be too often or too emphatically impressed upon the men who have the destinies of this country in their keeping-the men who are de veloping its rural production. Mr liich ardson points out: '' The primary object of the scientific investigator of agricultural problems is to discover the principles or laws under lying agricultural phenomena in order to explain and also anticipate farm practice. The investigator may pro ceed in the elucidation, of-these prob lems either; by observation or by ex periment. The use of definitely plan ned, carefully...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER VI. IS CIS TOO LATE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 25 June 1914
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER VI. IS CIS TOO LATE. Coming lwme from Panton Abbey, Cis suddenly deserted Lady Jjitriaa, and telling'Captain Berestoid to ride on in front "like a good fellow" pull ed up liis horse by the side or Miss Mary Somers, the rector's dauglitei. He and she ay ere old friends, and he could talk to her without the te:ir ot being drawn into a flirtation. bne had taken a fancy &lt;j d:i Hamilton., and with true feminine artifice she l«l the conversation in her direction. Sue was well aware of the state of JJBVG rel's feelings, and determined to throw any influence she possessed into the scale against Lady Elfrida. "Miss Hamilton has one of the tru est faces I ever saw," she said quiet ly, as she patted her horse's neck."I dont' think she could deceive anyoienr don't think she could deceive anyone if she tried." "And yet she has often puzzled me, pulling his moustaches reflectively. "T£ other girls lias done what she has, 1 should have thought they were doubl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 25 June 1914
.. IF .. OUT OF GEAR a »©«&£ YOU CAN HAVE REV/ DRESSES in all the latest shades and _ styles, and at little expense, with thl aid of Diamond Dyes. It is as easy as washing a handker chief to produce those new shades with Diamond Dyes. They make the material look like new: You may have been disappointed over the results obtained in an attempt to dye some material with some other dye. If so, try a package of Diamond Dyes and you will at once be convinced that they are by far superior to any other dye in the world, and will always give that clear bright shade so desired. Writs (or Direction Book and M Truth about Dy#s far Home Uie." Mailed free upon application to WELLS & MCHAHDSON CO. IS ©'CORNELL ST2EBT SYDHBY ", td i> . by miWdy - -I ^-v*-i & -ii by \isii\.$ w /«%r&lt;i " ,*» iWp\ to I £jt% I V fe^, if rmi WM mm «££i*25 lono. FOOTBALLS. Hartley Special X 14/G . Hartley Special 13/6 Hartley Selected 10/6 Hartley Match II S/G Slierrin's 15/6 Ford ham...
RABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 25 June 1914
RABBITS. (By Silas Snell). It is evident (wo cannot blink the fact any longer) that rabbits in this district are getting about 3 per cent, beyond the limits of safety. They have surged over the formerly immune shires of South Gipptjland, and when the. South Gippsland rabbits meet the Norlh Gippsland rabbits-well, we in this district will be right in the thick of it. A farmer from South Gippsland told me the other day that they do not suffer from rabbit panic. They live on fairly good terms of friendship with the yellow plague, which is trea8ed with the respect usually ac corded to an old resident. The land owner may kick a rabbit from his doorstep when he gets up in the morn ing, and may startle a couple of dozen from their coverts when he walks half a mile across the paddock to see if his dam is dried up or if his windmill has tied itself in a knot, yet his mind is never in a state of panic over the matter. Nevertheless, the rabbit takes his toll of the grass, and requires to be wa...
A CHAT ON POLITICS, [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 25 June 1914
A CHAT ON POLITICS, (By Silas Suell). I was only listening, and the military looking personage with the combination anoustasche and hair mattress Was holding forth in the railway carriage .on politics:-"Of course the double .dissolution had to be. You can't com pare Hughes with Irvine for planning =a thing out. Irvine would eat Hughes' breakfast while Hughes was looking "for a spoon and scheming to boat Irvine for his porridge, so there you sire. The Governor-General, Ferguson, 'if that's what you call him, could'see blindfolded that the Federal Parliament "was worse than a football match when l)otli teams have the umpire frightened, and get to one another, what with blanket fights, shaking the Speaker's notes, hiding the mace, and all that. Irvine says these men are not fit to control the destiny of the country because they can't control themselves, a chunk of ice that must have grieved -Andy Fisher, a good man, with a hard row to hoe with them all. Of course, politics is a game, l...