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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER IX. A BREAKING HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 July 1914
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER IX. A BREAKING HEART. Captain Beresford was not so much occupied with his own success, as to be unable to notice the doings of other people. His mind was much exercised during dinner by Ida Hamilton's ex cessive pallor. What was it that had banished every scrap of colour from her cheeks, "which had been blooming as bright as any wild-roses they passed w the hedges? Had anything Happened when his back was turned? Deverel was with her all the time, and he look ed serenely happy, which forbade the idea of a quarrel. There had been no accident to try her nerves, and the contents of the post-bag could have had nothing to do "with it, far she had looked as white as a slieet in the car riage, when the letters were securely sealed up in the mail. After dinner, as soon as tlio gentle man cam© into the drawing-room, which they did after a- very short interval at Belton, his eyes roamed round the room in search of Ida. She was seated by Lady Wilbraham's side, on an ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 July 1914
FJVE STOCK INSURANCE ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOALING BISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH PROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. IATES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLS PAID. WIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED * APPLY TO e QALGETY © CO.. LTD.. MELBOURNE. I Know tb&T special diseases of men and women, whro neglectedurbad ly treated, deplete !hf S»rpr»gtb and Vigor, and twaft** onbenroble. I trcaT every disease 10 Cure; Kill and eradicate every Germ; Soothe and Heel ibe nerve centres; Subdue »'i InDsiuaiation, kod -restore a nu&lt;*u>til condidoo. Wcuil, Dts-cased ot Discouraged Men ma' Save the benefit of my years o( cxpcrlcpre FREE, and may dcpcml on ih&lt;* Mt-icte&l Cunfl" dence and Prleacv CoU or Write# Mediant *tni Post free, wrapped securely in j'fatn .utappeJ Alt 'uWe» goods stoched at Inwett prices SCHRECK'S POULTICE. SCHRECK'S POULTICE. CAN CURE ' TUBERCULAR JOINTS, POI e SONED SORES, ABSCESSES. BOILS,...
MOTOR VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 July 1914
MOTOR VICTIM. Jiitler a spreading chestnut tree - The village smithy stands; . he smith a lonely man is he, "With'large but useless hands.- - His trade was good in former years At shoeing horses' heels; He has not learned, it now appears, To mend the motor wheels. We know that happiness creates a void into which tears will speedily be hurled. There is one thing that can never turn into suffering, and that is 'the good -we have done. Some folks they keep huntin' for sor row, They sigh if they're right or they're wrong; But this day's as good as to-morrow, So I jest keep a-livin' along. J jest keep a-livin' along. I jest keep a-singin' a song; There's no use to sigh While the sun's in the sky; So I jest keep a-livin' along.
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 July 1914
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. The Commissioner of Patents lias ac cepted the complete specifications in the following instances, and the par ticulars here given of the various in ventions have been prepared by Messrs. G. G. Turri & Co., 499 Collins Street, Melbourne, from the latest "Illustrated Notes" : - A gas valve electrically operated. This uses a solenoid, and the motion of the core opens and closes the valve as required. J. It. Morgan, N.S.W. Semi-automatic telephone systems. Provision is made for supervision by control connections between subscribers to enable an official to receive a Hash ing signal when the called automatic lino is busy, at the same time as the busy signal is given to itlio subscriber who calls. Automatic Electric Co., U.S.A. Invention sold by E. J. Erickson. Ore flotation process. This cis to separate sulphides as (galena) from oth ers (as blende.) Eucalyptus oil is the frothing agent in a ?vessel having means to violently agitate 'fclie bottom, and there...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 July 1914
FOOTBALL. - Hey field defeated Maflra on the local ground on Thursday last; by 3 3 to 1.4. The ground was vory slippery and the ball soon became sodden, which no doubt accounted for tjho small scores. Heyfield and Stratford are now on level terms in this competition, and the match of the season is expected when these teams meet on the local ground. An exciting match was played on Saturday between Cowwarr and Toon gabbie, which resulted in a win for the latter team by 1 point-43 to 42.
OUR RURAL LETTER. (Written for the Heyfield "Herald") [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 July 1914
OUR RURAL LETTER. (vVritten for uie Heyfield "Herald") (By ' 'Kusticus."; Mr. Elwood Mead has been taking a large section of the irrigation settlers severely 'to task for gambling with the seasons. The gamble has not come off this year, and some of them are conse quently in a bad way. But there are others. These have reserves of fodder and are benefiting from their neigh bors' sorry plight. With the melancholy fact that there is reason for Mr. Mead dropping his customary urbanity and waxing warm in denunciation of the hit-or-miss methods, it is pleasing to read accounts of Some of the successes in the Nyah Settlement which have been published lecently. It must also be borne in mind that the season there has not been kind; The excellent position the intelligent workers of the land there are now in is therefore all the more, creditable. The writer describing Mr. James Thwaites's vineyard, says it contains 60 acres, but at this time of year the' gaunt trunks are devoid of leaves. Be tw...
HEYFIELD BRANCH A.N.A. 13TH ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 July 1914
HEYFIELD BRANCH A.N.A. 13TH ANNIVERSARY. On Thursday last the 13th anniver sary of tiie local branch A.N.A. was celebrated by a conversazione and dance. The committee had gone to considerable trouble and expense in catering and decorating the hall for the occasion, and it is unfortunate that better weather conditions did not pre vail. However, in the circumstances, there was a good attendance, amongRt the visitors present being the Chief President of the Association, but great disappointment was felt at the non arrival of two motor loads from Sale. The party, we understand, were ready an>' waiting at the garage for an hour or more, but owing to some bungle no drivers were available, and they, as well as the Heyfield people, were disappointed. The chair was occupied by Mr J. Cummins, President of the Heyfield Branch, and the,, programme opened with a pianoforte overture by the Misses Kenevan, after which the toast of the King was loyally honored in sentiment. Recitation, "How M'Do...
Correspondence. THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 July 1914
Correspondence. THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. (Jo the Editor) Sir,-At the annual social of the A.W.N.L., Hey field, Mrs Thompson is reported as having said-"They wanted "the best men in Parliament, but above all, they wanted men of principle," I am pleased to endorse sentiments such as these, but I would amplify this lady's fine words by saying to every ?woman voter in Gippsland and Aus tralia-"Your first and most important duty in the coming federal election .will be to select for Parliamentary honors men of unimpeachable chatacter, ?who can be trusted to honor th« pledges made to you on the public platform. Remember, it is a duty you Owe to yourselves, your sex, your country, and the people nf this great Commonwealth of ours, to raise the moral standard of our National Par liament by electing only men whose life iB an open book 'that he who runs may read.' Men honored and es teemed for their sterling worth, by those who know them beat; and longest;, men who will go to their political dea...
ANOTHER TRIP TO GLEN FALLOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 July 1914
ANOTHER TRIP TO GLEN FALLOCH. (By Cyclist). Having read with much interest the article in a recent issue of the "Herald,"' ve a trip to Glenfalloch, my mate and I thought we would go and see the sights ourselves, so we set sail on two push bikes, and I will endeavor to write a brief narrative of our trip as it im pressed me. Leaving Mafira in the early morning we travelled through Newry. The flatB in this locality (I mean the land, not the residents) are exceeuingly fertile, and we here came to the conclusion that it the Glen falloch flats were better they would take some beating. We pushed our way round the back road to see the n w bridge at Grogan's Crossing, which we thought a very fine piece of work. Leaving Grogan's, we pushed un to Glenmaggie, wl^re we were surprised to see such a fine brick church, a splen did hall, a two Bto'y shop, and a lately painted pub. These were sights quite overlooked by your journalist, A.D.C. We then crossed the bridge over Glen maggie Creek, and a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 July 1914
Busines Noticess a GE&ERAL MERCHANT, HEYFIELI), IS NOW SHOWING |ta and Seasonable Goods FOR WINTER WEATHER. iEADY-TO-WEAR Costumes, Skirts, Blouses, Hats, Etc. IN VARIOUS STALES ANT> SHAPES] Gfoeeriesj:'-Drapery, Boots and Shoes, etc. SUITS' MADE TO ORDER, SPLENDID RANGE OF PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM. AGENT FOR DEERING FARM IMPLEMENTS. AGENT FOR L.K.G. MILKING MACHINES AND ALFA LAVAL SEPARATORS. ALL PARTS KEPT IN STOCK. RREHENY BROS1. XXXX--Special Bulk Brew-XXXX THE CREAM OF PERFECTION BRIGHT, SPARKLING AND PURE, m Our bottled Ales and Stout KANGAROO AND COMONWEALTH BRANDS) AT,WAYS ON TOP. TELEPHONE NO. 36 4.' 11 . i i BUY DIRECT FROM THE IMPORTER. DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS, AND BETTER. EACH BOX CONTAINS NEARLY ZOO CIGARETTES. . 8-ABOX! Price 8/- Per Box, Post Free CIGARS BY SINGLE BOX AT WHOLESALE PRICES Gmllaux Delivers Aerial Parcel Post An Innovation of Parcel Deliver ies took place with Guillaux's flight from Melbourne to Syd ney. Mon. Guillaux carried a parcel of the w...
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 July 1914
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.50 Fat Cattle-2451 yarded, comprising. 600 N.S.W.; 350 N.E., 500 G., 150 S., 350 N. 100 W.; 100 King I. Prim© quality realised about last week's rates, with other descriptions easier, fluctu ating in some Ci»ses 10s a head lower, closing firmer. CVws were tirai all through. Prime pens bullocks L14 to L16 5s, extra to LIS 2s 6d, good LIS 5s to LIS 10s, li«ht and handy L10 to £12, seconds froiii L6 5s. Priuie pens cows £10 to £11, extra to L13 10s,. good L8 to L9 10s, others from £5. Fat Calves-570 penned, prices very firm, Mathieson and Davis sold 195 fat cattle, including $ A. JE. Bowman, averaging L17 10s, 11 Summerlea Es tate averaging £13 15s.
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 July 1914
GOLF. On Thursday Inst about forty mem bers of the Heyfield Golf Club spent a very enjoyable afternoon on the links at the invitation of Dr and Mrs Heffer nan. A programme of mixed four somes was carried out, after which Mis HetFernan, aHsisted by other ladies, dispensed afternoon tea. On behalf of those present, Mr W. B. Johnson thanked the President and Mrs Heffer nan for the very pleasant afternoon's enjoyment they had provided. The Doctor suitably responded. The fol lowing are the best half-doz«n cards handed in for the foursomes : Rev Fr. Buckley and Miss Wood 62-15-47, Mr A. Cummins and Miss Buchanan 61-13-48, Mr Henderson and Miss Harbeck 59 -10-49, Mr J. Cummins and Mrs Johnson 55-6-49, Mr Jus tice and Mrs A. Cummins 64-14 50, Mr Tollidav and Misb Bryan 63 13-50. This afternoon a return will be ten dered to Dr and Mrs Heffernan, and a presentation made on behalf of the members of the club. Afternoon tea will be provided by the ladies. All Nursery Stock, Fruit and Orna mental...
HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 July 1914
HEY FIELD MARKET. Messrs Mathieson and Davis report r We yarded 350 fat sheep and 60 fat cattle at Hey field yesterday. Ther& Was a good attendance of the trade,, and nearly all the sheep sold. Messrs Chester Bros' 41 wethers £1 2a 8d, Messrs Burton Bros' 71 cross wethers LI, Mr A. Wallace's 52 do. £1 Is lid, 25 do. LI Is 7&lt;1, Mr J. Widdis' heifer® £5 10h, L6 2S 6d to L6 18s, his bul locks to £14 4s, Mr Warren's heifers L6 78, cows £6 10s, Mi Brand's cowa L5 3s, and several other lots.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 July 1914
i ¥@U we ml- o o At least, we presume you want the BEST ACCORDION the world produces-and that is CKRTAINTyY the 41 MKZONV They cost a little more than come others, but then Well, ycu wi:l know why when you hear their rich, full, organ-like Tone, mid see liow exquisitely Uiey are made and finished. PRICES :-The Celestial Mezon, 30/-; The Organ Mezon, 35/-; The "Wonder Mezon, 42/-; The Grand Organ Mezon, 63/-; The Chromatic Mezon, 90/-. Carefully packed and forwarded to any address. MY CATALOGUE ought to be in your home. Send your address for it to-day and X will mail it, 1:REE. PLEASE NOTE that I have moved a little higher up the street. My new address is 256 BOURSCE STREET, MELBOURNE One Door Above Swenston SiresL mm im SUIT BY smli " f~, Our large Mr.il ordor Department has been specially organized for the benefit of Country CHor.is who nn prsoiate style, fit, and finish at a reasonable price. Our SWTS TO MEASURE torn 42/ arc of excellent quality materials: tha fine finish and the ...
The Heyfield Heyald, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 July 1914
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY HORNING We are reluctantly compelled io hold over till next issue a long political letter by D'rc., Hey field. The annual Catholic ball at Glen maggie willjue held oil Thursday, July 30th. Try a sixpenny packet of Skeela's Champion Sweet Peas, Thirty First Prizes and Medals. Particulars of Dr Heffernan's clear ins; sale, to be held 011 Saturday, July 25th, appear in this isBiie. Messrs T. B. Little and Co. are the auctioneers. A pretty but quiet wedding was celebrated on July 4th, when Mr Thos M'Michael and Miss Bella Ferguson were united in the holy bonds of matri mony. A full report will appear next issue. Proceedings for alleged . libel ore to he Rt once instituted by Mi' Thomas, ex-Minister for External Affairs, against Mr Jas Bennett, M.H.R., for Gippsland. A writ has also been issued on behalf of Mr W. A. Watt against the "Age," claiming L5000 damages for alleged libel. . ? ? Now is the time to plant Hoses and Carnations. Place your orders with Skeels,...
MERCHANDISE BY AEROPLANE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 July 1914
MERCHANDISE BY AERO PLANE. Mens Gilleaux on his flight from Melbourne to Sydney, in addition to carrying the first aerial wail over the# longest distance in the world, carried a parcpl of merchandise consisting of O.T and O.T. COV'h Pure Lemon Squash"consigned to the Commercial Truv*ll/-rs C'lib, Sydney. Thin opens a new channel for commercial enter priae, and whut the future wjjl hIiow with an aerial, "ooila service cair only be conjectured. i
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 July 1914
Auctioneers. Hanson and Davis auctioneers. r TCCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP anh CATTLE SALESMEN, Sale. Tnraigon, Haara, Heyfield, And S St. James' Buildings, Melboum PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. SPECIAL SALE STORE CATTLE HEYFIELD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5tu. MATHIESON AMD DAVIS will sell as above Adamsoii, Strettle & Co PTY. LTD.. VICTORIA HORSE BAZAAR, 396 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE, Cconduct sales as follows HORSES-Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at their Bazaar AT NEWMARKET-Sheep, Tuesdays Fat Cattle, Wednesdays AT CORPORATION MARKET-Pigs and Calves, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Dairy and Siore Cattle, F ridays CLEARING-OUT SALES A SPECIALTY. PURE STOCK SALESMEN. Trust Monies to lend, lowest rates Sworn valuations made Send particulars of your requirements. P. O'CONNOR, Heyfield, i Forwarding Agent ' Public Notice. A. McCAMEY, TINAMB A, CO A CHPA INTER AND TRIMMER. All Work executed at Moderate Charges. Good Workmanship. F. J. STAGS, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR - IIEYFIELD. - Hard and So...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER X. A CATASTROPHE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 July 1914
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER X. A CAXASTltOPHE. '.Not going?" exclaimed Mis* Jjra bazon, raising lier voice almost to a scream, as her niece stood before her, her proud head drooping, and her pale Iipa quievring. "You will throw away every advantage for which I have toil ed and labored all these months! Toil will leave him for a whole day wi h that woman who is doing her very ut most to supplant you, and is determin ed to get him for herself! You will undo all the good tha^ has been done by your lucky accident, and you won't be contenJ tull you've worried your poor aunt into lier grare!" "Is it my fault if I wake with a headache?" her voice weary aud .sad. after the exhausting conflict she haii been waging with her heart through the long sleepless hours of uhe nigh . "A hearaclie! Pshaw 1 as if you lia-i not gone out a hundred times with a splitting head, if you thought there was a chance of seeing this young Dev erel in the Row, or at a tea-squash. What's come over you, girl?" peeri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 July 1914
The invigorating and ' Sustaining Power of 18 amply veriflea toy capabi r. authori tie r 'TIS NEVER TOO SOON TO MIBN'D THE 1VIEMI525.1L.IL. jREPAIR KIT MENDS EVERYTHING Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Harness, Saddlery, ) Leather and Rubber Goods, Tin and Metal Ware, Glass, China, and Wooden Articles, &c. A PATCH IN TIME MAKES ALL THINGS PRIME YOU CAN DO IT YOURSELF. SAVES TIME AND MONEY. Needed Every Day and Most Nights You will Wonder how you ever did without it. JUST notice what the Outfit comprises: A strong Iron Standard that takea Four Iron Lasts, men's, women's, youths' and children's si*e«: a Sswlng lump (also useful as a Saw Viae), a Shoemaker's Hammer, a Paring Knife, Sewing. Pegging and Boring Awls, with handles ; an ample supply of iprlgi and nails of various sizes, copper clinch rivets, hemp, bristles, w*x,&o.; Steel Leather Punch, patent Harness Sewing Needles, a jar of Leather Cement, a jar of Rubber Solution, a tube of Liquid Glue, a paokage of Mending Tissue...
The H[?]field Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 30 July 1914
tfti % PUBLISHED KVKUY THURSDAY MORNING Parents and scholars alike will regret that Miss Bryan, first assistant at the Hey field State school, has received notice of her transfer to South Yarra. One of the moat popular events of the year, the annual Catholic ball at Glenmaggie, will be held this (Thurs day) evening, when a large and bril liant gathering is expected. Try a sixpenny packet of Skeelu's Champion Sweet Peas. Thirty' first Prizes and Medals, Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. w ill hold an important sale of store cuttle an1 sheep and dairy cattle at their Trara'" gon yards on Friday, August 7t.li. Se° advt. for particulars. Now is the time to plant Rosea and Carnations. Place your orders with Skeels, early. Messrs T. B. . Little and Co. will hold a special sale in their Hey field yards on Saturday, 8ih August. It is of vital importance to taxpayers to She that they are on the roll for the forthcoming Federal election before 6 p.m. to-day. All adulte not enrolled are liable to a pen...