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THE TENDENCY TOWARDS SOCIALISM [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 July 1914
THE TENDENCY TOWARDS: ~i&lt; SOCIALISM " L In three of the Australian States a Labor Ministry is in power, and when (-)pctpd by the popular vote, it is en titled to carry into (-fleet, as far as is practicable, the programme it repre sents j and this explains the socialistic, or semi-socialistic trend of Labor policy,^ - In Tasmania, a famous gold mine, which its shareholders hare abandoned as exhausted, or unprofitable, is to be ruu as a State mine. In Western Australia are State hotels, a State sliipping line, State timber mills, etc. And in New South Wales, Mr Hoi man has a still bigger programme of-a socialistic complexion. The State is to build residences for workers, to grind flour, bake bread, run butcheries, pro vide cheap fish, etc. More and more the State is to take the place of the individual, and to do his work. This policy does not, of course, help the individual trader j it threatens, indeed, to desu-oy him. The Chiuese have- a penalty known as "the death of a ...
RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 July 1914
KALNFALL. The following ia the rainfall at Hey field for the jmat six months, recorded by Mr J. H. Pearson : 1914 Pes. 1913" PtH. Jan. 133 Jan. ... 80 Feb. ... Nil Feb. ... 91 Mar ... 139 Mar ... 67 Apr ... 91 Apr ... 254 May... 91 May ... 335 June 61 June ... 56 5.15 7.83
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 July 1914
FOOTBALL. On Thursday last, Newry .visited Heyfield in connection with the Maffra. Junior competion, when the local team had a very easy victory. The play wa8 patchy, and until the last quarter the visitors had only Scored four points; The fiDal scores were^-Hey field 11.9, Newry 3.6. An exciting match was played at Cowwarr on Saturday, when Toon gabbie defeated the local team by 3 points. The following is the draw for the Maffra District Junior Competition : June 25-Malfra v. Stratford. . Heyfield v. Newry. July 9-Heyfield v. Stratford. Newry v. Maffra. July 23 - Newr"y v. 'Stratford .Heyfield v. Maffra. Matches will .be played on the ground of the first- mentioned club. - Messrs El Jordan and Herron are the umpires appointed. For Children's Hacking Cough at uight, Woods'-Great Peppermint Cure-l/6.
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 July 1914
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5. JO Fab Cattle-2355 yarded. The mar ket generally ruled from firm to in some cases 10a per head better. Prime pens bullocks £14 10s, to L16 15s, extra to L18 15a," odd beasts to L19 10s, good L12 15s to L14, light and handy L10, 5s to £12 103, seconds from j £8 10s. Prime pens cows L10 to £11, extra to L13 5s, odd beasts L14 5t, good £8 to £9, others from £5. Fat Calves-600 penned, prices for prime sorts ruled very firm, while middling descriptions were easier. Mathieson and JDuvis sold 125 fat cattle and calves.
A TRIP TO GLENFALLOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 July 1914
A TRIP TO GLENFALLOCH. (By A. D. C., Stratford). "Heigho ! and away we go. We're off to Glenfalloch for a holiday," and four young Stratfordites bade farewell to their "best'' girls, and in a jolly fine jiuker, behind two good neddies, went spinning over the Avon bridge en route for the verdant hills of Glenfalloch, and far from the "maddening crowd." During the first couple of hours, at) "we travelled through Maffra and along the Tinamba road, the scenery being familiar to us and consequently of little interest, we talked about all sorts of affairs, from the sublime to the ridicu lous. Well, to make a long story ehoit, we saw nothing that particularly ol.-.lij-.ed our attention until we passpcl tlr, Gi&lt;;nujaggie North school, and .Civ.-ifi to a very fine stream of water. Here two things attracted our atten- ? fcion-the beautiful water and our appetites. We theiefore gave the horses a feed and boiled the billy. Dinner and ; smoke oh over, &lt;ve yoked up and pro. ...
HEYFIKLD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 July 1914
HEYFIKLD MARKET. Theo B Little and Co. report :-We yarded 70 Lend fat cattle at Heyfield yesterday, mostly prime cows and heif ers with a few pens of light buliocky. Practically no inferior quality animals yarded. Competition WHS good through out, and every beast sold under the hammer. Mr H. Miller's extra prime heifers made from £S 9s to L10 14s, his cows £9 9s, Mr J. Wilson's splen did quality light heifers to £8 Sh, Mrs O'Brien's light do at L6 14s, 13 of Mr Denis O'Brien's heavy cows, splendid quality, from L8 7h to L10 6s, averag ing £9 5s, Mr C. W. G. Whittnker's light weight bullocks L9 2s to L9 6s, Air E. Jennings' cows to £8 18s, Mrs 3. Mills' cows L8 12s 6d, Gannon Bros lows L10 Is to Lll 5s (top of market). Sheep-A nice yarding and good clear mce effected. Messrs Dennis Bro&' i wethers i.l 2s 6d, Mr Jno Berming mm's lambs at 14s 2d, and other lots it good prices. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 July 1914
Auctioneers, ®[at!|ieson and Davis AUCTION HERS, fTOCK AND STATION AGENTS SI1KEI' a:tu CATTLE SALESMEN, Sala, talg'oa, MafFra, Heyf.eld, Am] 5 S-i, Jprncs' Huildings, Melbourn l'AT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. SPECIAL SAjLIL STORE_CATTLE - II 15 Y V IKLD, - V,EDNESDAxTjULY 8TH. "^ .?VATIiIESON AND DAVIS will seH iVJL :ibove Early entries invited. ATicck of Pigs, consigned from Pi.g tTiucV.mg Association, will leave Hey field for the Assciated Agents on Tuesday, July 7th. Vendors are requested to advise agent at once, as tr~ck is likely to be filled esrly. r. IIumsikrt, Forwarding Agent. YI'GTOUIA HORSE BAZAAR, 396 1DURKE ST" MELBOURNE, Cconduct sales as follows Homes-Every Tuesday, -Wednesday and .Thi- »sd-y ai their Bazaar AT Nkwmarkkt-Shee;>, Tuesdays Fat tattle, Wednesdays Ar Cokvokation Makkkt-Pigs and ("nlvcs. Wednesdays snd Thursdays. Dairy and Store Cattle, P'ridays «? 'CLEAR/WG-OUT SALES A SPECIALTY, PURE STOCK SALESMEN. Trust-Monies to lend, 'lowest rotes Swum valuations made ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 July 1914
v£vou ¥®SJ m'mmt £! &lt;SS 99 At iCaSt, we presume you want the TiKST ACCORDION* the -»corM rrodticcs-n:ul that is CKRTAINLY the " They cost n little n;ore than some other?, but then Well, i It'H, v. HI know why when you hear their rich, f.-*:an-like Toiic, and see how exquisitely U:c} .ire made and finished. PRICES The Celes 11 Mezon, 35/-; The Organ, Meson, Carefully packed any address. A1Y CATALOQUE ought to be in your home. Send your address for it to-day and I will mail it, I-RRF.. PLEASE NOTE that 1 have moved a little higher up tile street. My new address is 23S BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE 3 One Door Above Svvanston Street. ease your SUIT BY mmli Our Iai\'iQ Mail order Department has been cpecially organized Tor the benefit of Country Cllent3 who ap preciate style, fit, end finish at a reasonable price. Our SUITS TO MMSSJBE-frem 42/ are of excellent quality materials; the fine finish and the comfortable yet perfect fit of each SUIT loaves nothing to be desired. We arc Sp...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 July 1914
In Meimriam CLARKE-J.n loving memory of our dear Father, who passed away on June 30th, 1912. . Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law, M. F. and J. Fitzpatriclc. CLARKE-In sad but loving memory of my dear husband, who passed away on 30th June, 1912. He bore his pain, he bore it well, But what he suffered none can tell, Peacefully sleeping, resting at last, Life's weary troubles and suffering past. CLARKE-In loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father, who died at Heyfield on June 30th, 1912. This is the day of remembrance to all, This is the day so hard to recall; Dear is the grave where dear father is laid, Sweet is the memory that never will fade. Inserted by his loving wife and family.
SENATE CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 July 1914
SEN ATE V'A N D1D ATKS. T'lf f'ilowins* him thS HclHotHil omidi . late* fur iIjm Semite ; - I/burnl. Ijt'ior. S-HHtnr M Coll S-natui"Bnk«r. ?'* [ IT-uinn Ouok SHiiHtor BUIcey. W H. .-H'lanr'! ' . S^iint'or'B-trrirtt. 'A* ,). At IJ-hii- . Sfiiitor .Fimilfy ?V- A. ti SmiHtor Kiisi-ell. M;"i^nr A N. M-ICiasoek. Semi along y«&lt;wr Job Printing to the HEHALD OfBce. It. will he Promptly and tisatly exeeufced.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 July 1914
AKS OF THE WORTH OF Ts IN hts'fpiends scarcely knew him £>:J he went to the Melbourne A friend recommended -Oionie.'its Tonic, and that saved him This letter has been recorded became of its great ernestness, and the way the writer, Mr. Holliday, expresses his sufferings and recovery. It shows what Clements Tonic can do. ^Mr. Holliday writes from his business address, 113 Madeline Street (Bakers Patent Peel Factory), Carlton, Melbourne, 19/5/11. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "I Ln1 glad to tell you what Clement* Tcn:e di;i for ins. A year ago I was to ill from Lad liver and nervousness. I blamed overwork, and a rash of orders. To keep customers supplied I worked day and night, with Hie result I got so ill I could take no part in the business except supervise. To give an idea how ill and changed I was, people who had not seen me for wootlis would pass and not know me. I vras for five months like this, gradually getting worse. Good advice and iccdicinc did me no good. I decided to go to Melb...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER VII (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 July 1914
THE MASTER PASSION, j CHAPTER VII (Continued.) Oh, i# she could only summon "the courage to tell him everything, as she had made up her mind to do that very afternoon! Bui) ihe/deadly fear ox losing him wa# upon her, and her tongue refused to;speak 'the secret ot her life. Better lor her a thousand times if ihe could have been brave, as Bereaford said, for five minutes J bu > her lore mad* an arrant coward ot her, and she felt «h« would rather risk anything, even a martyrdom for years, than the loss'of Deverel. Unconscious of the turmoil in her mind he answered with a smile: "A woman would scarcely care o know the ins and outs of a man's life. Doubtful flirtations weren't much to my taste; but Vai, if he were to be married to-morrow, wouid have to s.t up half (the night;' making a bonfire ox his lore-letters. . How long would it take you?" "Omy one minute, for I should toss i>.em all into the fire at once." "Then you have come?" "Yes; you are not quite the only person who has ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 July 1914
I f'ne invigorating a. no Sustai n i ng Power of "UHNAPR la amply ve rlfl . a toy capabic authorities 9f SCHBECK'S POULTICE. SCHRSCK'S POULTICE. CAN CURE TUBERCULAR JOINTS, POI SONED SORES, ABSCESSES; BOILS, CARBUNCLES, JAR. WHITLOW, SPRAINS. BURNS. AND BAD LEGS. All Chemists-1/6 and 5/6. CUMBERLAND ROAD, PASCOE ... . VALE (Near Coburtr). y ITADATS0 PKHMANENTLY CUBES Hydatid J, Lirer rad Kidney Troubles! Otitrli uleori, Interval Grojrthi. IftudS/Bpcrbettl*. CbemlttJ axw Stent. S. A. PALMER, 489 FLINDERS LANE, MEL BOURNE. II li ?I FIVE RULES FOR lUAi Ho Vt oQjiii toiioliiiJiD bUCCJl/bS. x. Uu..v.va-e una p&lt;-ii«.ct your Vueoi. ine uoria ib eug~r wi aumo-ntug ii^w, i.iiicn, xaOVVcVoa s-in iCi iuuy uiii is**vt3" iuUoi'j or- tx- ? ? jjcii-.e, or- uu uo aor iito it ue u>oi'e tuui e.^iu, or pi.Oiuoto_p.eat>Uiv ltU-uW nUS.ti. j^cop.e who hai.de ilnugs .11 every caj uoc are tue .lutuia'i lu^cllyors u outier iiJi.uss, and Uu uauurai capuai jUw ox to-morrow. xteuu ine spxenoid...
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 July 1914
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 Fat Cattle-2052 yarded, comiiSt-ing 650 N.S.W., 72 N.E., 370 G., 245 S., 250 N. 190 W., 60 ICing I. Bullocks opened easier, afterwards recovering to about late rates, closing easier. Prime cows practically unchanged, others eaRier. Prime pens bullocks LI4 10s to £16 5s, extra to L17 12h 6&lt;1, good LI2 5s to L13 10s, light and handy £10 to Lll 158, seconds from L8. Prime pens COWB L9 10a to £10 10s, extra to i 13 10s, good L8 to L9, others from L4 10s. Fat Calves 660 penned. Prime realms firmer, others about same. Mathieson and Davis sold 285 fat cattle and calves.
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 July 1914
FOOTBALL, The mutch, Stratford v. Heyfield, to have been played to-day (Thursday) has been postponed, owing to the 'dis puted mitch, Maffra v. Sale being re played on that date. The recently formed Glenmaggie« football -team visited .' Hey field on Saturday, and defeated the local team after a decidedly willing go. The following is the draw for the Mnil'i'H District Junior Competition : July 9-Hej field v. Stratford. Newry v. Maffra. July 23 -Newry v. Stratford Hey field v. Maffra. Matches will be played on the ground of the first mentioned club. MesR's E. Jordan atnl Herrori are the umpires appointed. For Children's Hacking Cough at night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.i/6.
HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 July 1914
HEYFI1SLL) MARKET. Messrs Mathieson and Davis report: Small yarding at Heytield yesterday, and nearly all sold at satisfactory prices We sold Mr Lani>Iandn' cows in calf L5, Messrs H. and H. Chester's speyed heifers £3 10H, Mr J. Shorten's store COWB L4 1 Oa, Mr Angus' do L3 18s, Mr P. Garvey's do L4 Is to £5 heifers L2 14B, Mr R.-dyne's store cows L3 18s to L4 15s.
ARE YOU ON THE ROLL? [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 July 1914
ARE YOU ON THE ROLL? * The Divisional Returning Officer for Qippsland, Mr G. W. 'lVi-rell, advises 11 h that the new rolls containing ail cI»imH lodged up till 14th June for the uubdiviHion of Heytield, have been sup plied to all post offices, railway stations, court houses, and public libraries in thin flnb'iivinioti, and are available at those places, also at thiH office, for pub lic inspection. He advises all to in upect the rolls, so that in the event of any person not having lodged a claim card Hince 15th June to do so at once HO that they may become enrolled on the supplementary roll. All enrol ments for the flection cease at 6 p.m. on 30ih iuse.
A.W.N. LEAGUE. ANNUAL SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 July 1914
A.W.N. LEAGUE. ANNUAL SOCIAL. ADDRESS BY MR MAUGER. The annual docial in connection with t he Hey field branch of the Australian Womeu'a National League WHH held in the Mechanics' Hail on Tuesday evening. Mrs S Mills, President of the local bianch, occupied the chair, and seated on the platform were officers of the Heyfield and Cowwarr branches of the League and the People's Party. A handsome b inner, worked in League colors, and bearing their motto, "For God and C .untry," was suspended from the state. ' i Mrs Thompson, one of the oiganiseiB i of the League, was the first speaker. This lady ib a fluent speaker, and bus a marked and pleasant accent. She dealt mainly with the satisfactory work accomplished by the League during the past 12 months, and appealed to those present to rote straight out for the Liberal cause. The line was now drawn 80 straight that they must be one thing or the other. They wanted the best men in Parliament, and they wanted both Liberal and Labor in politics...
OUR RURAL LETTER. (Written for the Heyfield "Herald") [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 July 1914
OUR RURAL LETTER. (Written for tue Heylield "Herald") > (By "RuscicusA jfor the tenth time the representa tives of rura industries have go; to gether in annual confabulation. The oast week's proceedings at M-ary borocjg i sin couueo.-iou w*i 4i the 'Jliaiaoer ox Agriculture's convention have had ill them much that is of iii'.e;"vSL. Whether \'.;o rc.-solu'ions adopted at gatherings o;' the kind ever prccV.-.; any tan^ihio result. U largely a ma -ler ior speculation. il-ut : be that as it may, the stirring or i th« -waters of debate is g-.'od-a!.iko I for those who lake part, and tiic-o who ihrougrli. the medium of the piv:;:; reports, assimilate some of the ideas j evolved. ^ * A point raised by the President in ; the course of his opening address tint , should he allowed to sink home was : his reference ik) the practice which was observed amongst farmers and i graziers of sending their ewes and | ewe lambs for slaughter, and pointed j out that nothing but calamity COJII result f...