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GOLF. ROSEDALE v. HEYFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 13 August 1914
GOLF. ROSEDALE v. HEYFIELD. A very enjoyable match between the abovB tennis was played on the local links on Saturday, and resulted in a win for Hey field by 4 aces. Afternoon tea was provided by the ladies.- The scores are as under : ROSEDALE HEYFIELD T. Umphelby J. S. Lester H. L. Keys J. M'Evoy J. Lunney G. M'Kenzie J. Gilsenan T. Kelly sq 2 3 J. Cummins o O R. S. Henderson sq A. Betheras o o W. C. Jobnson I 3 J. P. Tulloch 6 5 R. Warren 7 5 A. Cummins sq Dr Heffernan o c 5 9 14 13 The return match will be played at Rosedale on Saturday next.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 13 August 1914
Auctioneers. IJatljisson Davis AUCTION EERS. cTOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, [Sale. Traralgon, Mra> Heyfieldi And 5 St. James' Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. "SALE HORSE SALE. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14TH. MATUIESON AND DAVIS and ADAM SON, STRETTLE AND CO. will hold their next Horse Sale at Sale on above date. All horses left with P. O'Connor, Heyfield, Will be taken down free. Good grass paddock provided. ( HEYFIELD WEOTBSD^^GWST-l'Sef ATHIESON*AND DAVIS will sell as . above 70 Prime Bullocks and Cows from leading graziers M M CLEARING SALE NEA.B HEYFIELD. TUESDAY, SEPT. 8TH. ATHIESON and DAVIS will sell for Mr Wm Lyndon 60 Grand Milkers and Springers P1_GS t A Truck of Pigs, consigned from Pig Trucking Association, will leave Hey field for the Assciated Agents on Tuesday, Aug iSth. Vendors are requested-to advise agent at once, as truck is likely to be filled early. P. HUMBERT, Forwarding Agent. Adaipii, Strettle & Co PTY. LTD. VICTORIA HORSE ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 13 August 1914
w©|j WS .0 if£Z©n t least, ive presume you want tile BKST CCOF.!>TO>: I he ivori'1. produces-a::(i that rRTA! :;j.Y the " MKZON." They cost a lit At least, ive A CCO C1IRTA1 more than some others, but then yor. wi-i know why when you hear their rich, lull, organ-liUe Tone, and see ho-.v exquisitely they are :;:ade and linislied. PRICES The Celestial Mezon, 30/-; The Organ Mczon, 35/-; The Wonder Mczon, 42/-; The Grand Organ Mezon, 63/-; The Chromatic Meson, SO/-. Carefully packed and forwarded to MY CATALOGUE ought to be in your hi Send your address for it to-day and X will PLEASE NOTE that 1 have moved a little higher up the street. My new address is 2-58 BOURKS STREET, MELBOURNE Oris Door Above Sv/anston Stroet. 01DB1 ¥811 SPIT BY SAILS _ Our larija Mail-order Department has been specially organised for the benefit of Country Clients who ap preciate style, fit, and finish at a reasonable price. Our SITS 10 ME.4SI1E from 42/ are of excellent quality materials: the fine finish...
HEYFIELD POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 13 August 1914
HETFIELD POLICE COURT. THURSDAY-Before Mr Harris, P.M. and Mr J. H. Pearson, J.P. j Dr E. B. Ht-ffernan v. A. Appleyard. Claim for £5loj, medical attendance. Verdict for amount, with 15s costs. Victorian Railways Commissioners v J. Gleesoi), Yarrwgon. Defendant was charged with riding in a first class car riage on a second class ticket, between Tinamba and Hey field, on 15th June. Mr Smith appeared for the Commis sioners, and called T. Wanliss, porter at Heyfield, who deposed that he found defendant seated in a first class carriage on the date in question, and on being asked to show his ticket produced a second class one. To the Bench : The car was an or dinary compartment one, not a corridor Ciir, Gleeson made no excuse for being where he was. j Defendant, who did not appear, was fined £2, costs 10s.
The Henfield Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 13 August 1914
PUBLISHED BVKKY TLIUKSDAY MORNING On Monday we received a communi cation from the Country Press Asso ciation, Melbourne, stating that .Renter's Telegram Co. and the Mel bourne "Herald" (which bus a separata service with the London "Times") pro hibited any further usn of their war cable messages. We are thus unable to give the latest news, but fail to un derstand why the Melbourne dailies should have a monopoly of the cables. It is decidedly unfair to country resi dents, particularly in present circum stances. * A notice of interest to housewives re the price of beef and mutton, appears in this issue. Mr F, Stagg is tho successful ten derer for various works at the Hey field butter factory. It is estimated that to send the ex peditionary force of 20,000 men from Australia will cost L2,500,000. To-day the Maffra Junior Football I Competition will be decided on the j local ground, when Stratford and Hey field meet in the final match. The ' teams will be as follows :-Stratford- , Coloe,...
AMERICAN FARM LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 20 August 1914
AMERICAN FARM LAND. According to a recent census, the land area in crops in the United States where aoreage was given was 311,000,000 acres. This is about 16 per cent of the total land area, or about 27 per cent, of the estimated po tential tillable area of the United States, excluding foreign possessions. In other words, for every 100 acres that are now tilled, about 375 acres may be tilled when the country is fully, developed. In the development of tha agriculture of the country, the land which was most easily brought into a state of cultivation, as the great Mis sissippi Valley, was the first to be brought into such use. Extension of tilled area will be at greater expense for clearing, drainage, irrigation, etc. The increased production of _ the fu ture will be the result of increased yields per acre as well as extension of area.
KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 20 August 1914
KITCHEN GARDEN. in small gardens it is not advisable to make large plantings and sowings of any kind of vegetables, but smal ler quantities will be found much more advantageous , as often there is much more grown than can be consumed, and the consequence is that tlie sur plus is wasted. It is surprising ti quantity of stuff that can bo obtained out of a small piece of ground, and ". is a good thing to observe that when one lot of vegetables are well through, another of the same kind should be put in, and in this way a succession is always at hand, and better results are. obtained than if the whole of the area is put out in largo quantities. A proper observance should be main tained as to rotation, as it is not ad visable that root crops follow in places whero th© same description of vege tables has been previously growing. The scarlet intermediate carrot is one of the best to grow for main crop, Seed may be sown in drills about 12 inches apart, and when the seedlings are well throug...
OUR RURAL LETTER. (Wetten for the Heyfield "Herald") [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 20 August 1914
OUR RURAL LETTER. .'Hon for tne Hcyficld "Herald' There is every reason why tk» pro ducer Baould bo nerved by the war cc extending ]iis enterprises for iho season now entered upon. There is he pa triotic motive to provide as much a-s 'possible of tho food that will be moro than ever in demand, because of hu curtailment of-* production in other parts of the world less happily-located ?than Aus iralia. There is also the material inducement of high prices that must rule. The season does not promise well, but. it will be necessary o make (the very best of it. The" man working alone in the paddocks will, during the ensuing few months bo just r.s important, a factor in the welfare of the Empire as hose who are bearing the tent and burden of the front ranks of the fighting line. . Problems in wheat Cul ivation," is tlie subject of a lecture delivered in various district centres by Mr E. A. V. Richardson, of the Agricultural De pn.r riient. He deals in instructive fashion with what is a ver...
THE WAR. "TO ARMS, TO ARMS, YE BRAVE." [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 20 August 1914
THE WAR. "TO ARMS, TO ARMS, YE BRAVE." (By Bill Nye.) All other issues, great aiul small, arc overshadowed by the cloud of war. A nation, drunk with the lust of con quest, has thrown down the gauntlet to Europe, has invaded the peace of the world, and menaced the safety of civili sation. At this moment the greatest struggle in the history of the world has commenced, and as part of the Empire, we, in Australia, for the first time in history, are involved in war; and it may be said that the circumstances un der which Great Britain has been in duced to declare war 011 Germany are so momentous and so far-reaching in their effect 011 the safety of our Em pire and every peace-loving nation in tlio world, that the promptitude of her challenge to the aggressive Teuton has instantly united the whole Empire in a firm resolve to maintain that suprem acy which we believe we have kept wisely and righteously for the advan tage of civilisation. Napoleon had a saying that "God always fights on the ...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XIII. "IF SHE BE NOT FAIR TO ME." [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 20 August 1914
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XIII. "IF SHE BE NOT FAIR TO ME." And where was Ida Hamilton? The Hon. Cis Deverel would have given half his fortune to find out, Captain Val Beresford his favorite horse, Miss Bra bazon ten years of her life-which, as she was past sixty, would have left her but a short time to enjoy her niece's society. Lady Elfrida Mountjoy was much shocked; but there is always some con solation in finding that another's loss means our own gain, and she acknow ledged to herself that the girl who had vanished from the scene so sudden ly had been her most dangerous rival. Now there was no ono to stand be tween her and Cis Deverel, and before the winter came she hoped to go in and win. Miss Brabaeon went back to her house in Halkin street more shrivelled than ever in outward appearance, more cantankerous and irritable than ever in temper. She was a continual blister to Parkinson's mind, and that patient maid, deprived of the only enlivening .lenient in her life, began to w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 20 August 1914
There Is but> Schnapps. . . WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS SCHUTZE $ CO Pure Woollen UNDERWEAH Manufacturers. Ladi»3, Gentlemen's and Children's Combinations, Singlets and Drawers, etc., made to measure. Price Lists and Samples on application BLOCK ARCADE, Melbourne. 28? Collins-street. Take Llfi HiL'UIWLWWHf Consult FREE Personally or-by Post I have be>n :: successfully.;treat~ .ing»-. cases . exactly the same asi'.yours for 40 years. Wfhy not^ake Advantage -.ot;." my : experience? HORSMAN'S Guaranteed by Us for One Season. Model A.A.A. 50/ Ardsley ... 21/ 42/ ICnickerb 'leer 21/ Centaur . . Jntcrcol'giato Model A.I. . . Varsity . . . Brighton . . Climax . . . PROSSER'S Phenomenon . Club . . . ' Association . DAVIS Risley Davis 32/G Berkeley 37/6 Newport . . 35/ Clermont 27/6 Cleveland . 25/ Tetlier . 45/ Favorite . 30/ Challenge 25/ Unique . 18/0 , 15/ 17/6 12/6 10/6 25/ 18/6 12/6 21/ .12/ The Davis Beginners' Racquets, 6/6, and 8/6.. Sla zenger's Ayres's, and Spalding's Rac quets in Grea...
MAFFRA. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 20 August 1914
MAFFRA. (From our own Correspondent) M>' W. Purvis, who left Mafi'ra on Thursday last to join his r.Id regiment, (the Royal Scots Guards) for active service on the 0>ntiuent, has been em ployed at the sugar factory for about 3i years. Mr PUIVH was through the South African campaign. Prior to his departure, he was presented with a smokers' outfit by the staff and oper ators of the factory, aud as the train steamed out of the station he was accorded three rousing cheers. The beet seed for the 1914-5 season was shipped from Germany on the 24th June, and Was dun in Melbourne 011 14th August. Owing to the war much anxiety was experienced regarding the arrival of the vessel, Inthringen. On Saturday word came through that she had arrived in the Bay, and all anxiety was thereby removed, The Lothringen was not fitted with wireless, and did not know of the war until after she had cotue to anchor.
SENATE CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 20 August 1914
SENATE CANDIDATES. The'following are the Beleoted candi dateH for the Senate : W. A. Trpnwith Senator RusHell. Samuel Manger A. N. M'Kissock. (Six Senators to be elected). House of Representatives-Electoral Division of Gippsland : Bennett, James Wise, Geo H. Liberal. Labor. Senator M'Coll J. Hume Cook W. H. E'igar W. J. M'L^an Senator Barker. Senator Blakey. Senator Barnes. Senator Findley (R. S. Henderson, Temple-.sfc, Heyfield)
HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 20 August 1914
HEYFIKLL) MARKET. Mensrs Muthieson and Davis report: About 800 fat sheep yarded. We sold 44 wethers at 18s 8d, 11 lambs 17s for Mr A. Wallace, and 20 x wethers at £1 Is for Mr T. B. Anderson. About 50 fat cattle yarded and practically all ?sold at very satisfactory prices. We sold Mr V. Mills' heifers at L5 19s, Mr Wallace's small bullocks L7 ti-s, £S 2s, small heifers £4 Ss, Mr C. Greene's cows L8 6d, Mr Tinnns' cows £5 5s, Mr J. Widdis' pens of bullocks L9 15s, L10 5a, LI 1, 9 store bullocks for Mr A. Wallace at 1 6. Try the HEYFIELD HERALD for Job Printing of all descriptions We are getting quite a reputatiou for neat work-and the price is right. We havn't heard a man growl yet.
COMMONWEALTH ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 20 August 1914
COMMONWEALTH ELECTIONS. As public interest taken in the pre sent European war may overshadow the General Elections, which are to be held on Saturday, 5fch September, to the extent that many electors may overlook Election Day altogether, we remind electors that at this juncture in the affairs of the Commonwealth no effort should be spared to secure the regis tration of every poesible vote. All electors-men and women alike-even at the cost of personal inconvenience, Hhould do their duty as citizens, and register their votes without fail on Saturday, 5th September. We also direct attention to the provisions made for tJi« electors sv/io may be. absent from their own subdivision on polling day to record their v tes at any polling booth-Qu making a declaration before the officer in charge of the booth as follows: "I have not been able and shall not be to day within the subdivision for which I am enrolled under conditions which would permit of my voting at a polling place prescribed for th...
INITIATIVE REFERENDUM. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 20 August 1914
INITIATIVE REFERENDUM. (By Silas Snell). Ib might Lurb the susceptibilities of some of my democratic readers to speak againBt the initiative referendum, just as it would hurt me to speak in favor of it. The initiative referendum, aB I understand it, is a scheme under which a section of the voters should at any *Lime have the privilege of sending up *to tlie Federal Parliament a proposal, and that Parliament should be com pelled to postpone all business and decide the matter remitted to it. It differs fundamentally from the con stitutional referendum, which iH a plebiscite of the people, authorised by the Government, upon some question which Parliament has no mandate to decide of itself. For instance, the Federal Constitution, drawn up by elected uelegnteB of the people, was adopted by a plebiscite of the people, and it can only be altered by a referen dum of the whole of the voters of Aus tralia. As candidates go before the electors bnt once in three years in ordinary circumstances,...
ROSEDALE v. HEYFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 20 August 1914
ROSED ALE v. IIKYFIELD. A very eiijnynb!* match between the ubpve teams Was played on tlifc Rose dale links on Saturday, Hnd resulted in a win for the home team. Afternoon tea was provided by the ladies. The scores are as under Rosedale IIeyfield T. Umphelby II. L. Keys J. S. Lester }. M'Evoy G. M'Kenzie J, Lunney 2 3 A. Betheras o S. Henderson o M. M'Farlnne O \V. C. Johnson O J. P. Tulloch 4 R. Warren o Miss RintouII Miss Sherrin Miss Shiels Miss Stagg 7 8 4 4 Miss Buchanau o Mrs M'lvor o Mrs Justice I Miss Mills 8
Correspondence. [While freely opening our columns to correspondents, we do not necessarily identify ourselves with their opinions, or hold ourselves responsible for their statements.] MR NEWMAN ON THE WAR PATH. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 20 August 1914
Correspondence. [While freely opening our columns to cor respondents, we do not necessarily identify ourselves with their opinions, or hold our selves responsible for their statements.] MR NEWMAN ON THE WAR PATH. (To the Editor) Sir,-Mr F. J. C. Minchin wan pro gressing so very nicely with his con genial task of burnishing the fusionist candidate's much-battered political armour, and twisting the progressive Liberal candidate's statements to imj)ly that which they did not, that he ac quired swelled head in a very acute form. He really began to imagine that he was the politic* I IC-riser of Cowwarr. Mr Minchin resents frantically, but impotentlv, the temerity of the way back man of Licola in dating to inter fer ? with his artistic but tortuous tncfhod of reasoning. He says, in effect, "This man of the mountains must be suppressed ; I, the Kaiser of Cowwarr, hereby brand him a Socialist, 1 brand him a fool also, for he thinks not as I do, and all such must be foots. Poor Mr Minchin is...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 20 August 1914
GOLF. At a general meeting "of the Heyneld eolf club, held on 12th insfc., Dr E. B. Heffernan's resignation as President, owing to his leaving the district, was received with regret. Dr Best was elected to the position. Miss Bryan, secretary of the ladies' committee, also resigned her position, owing to her departure for South Yarra. As Miss Bryan had taken a great interest in attending to the en tertainment of visiting teams and mem bers of the club, the latter, after the meeting, to the number of about 25, adjourned to Miss Buchanan's resi dence, where refreshments were par taken of. Dr Best, in a very appro priate speech, presented Miss Bryan* witli a handsome travelling rug on be half of the members. Mr Buchanan suitably responded for the recipient. Mr Emmerson, a professional, lias been engaged to give tuition to mem bers of the local club. He will arrive on Friday morning, and members re quiting lessons are requtsted to hand in their names to Mr Cummins.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 20 August 1914
Mr F. Stagg has aecured the agency for the Cyclone Fence and Gate Co. Catalogue and price list may be Been on application. For Chronic Chest Complaints, foods' Great Peppermint Cure, i/5. DUE TO WORM FEVER. RELIEF AFFORDED BY COMSTOCK'S "DEAD SHOT" WORM PELLETS. "My little girl, now four and a half years of age, was suffering for over fotir years," writes Mrs. F. which I gave her, but did not seem to do any good. I then discovered she had Worm Fever, and tried vari ous medicines, which, although they caused her to pass some worms, only afforded temporary relief. One day I received one of your bonks describ ing what Comstock's 'Dead Shot' Worm Pellets had done for other children, and I straight away pro cured a packet. After lhe first dose the remit was simply marvellous, the child passing hundreds of worms. This was four months ago, I have since continued the treatment and feel sure she is now practically rid of them. Whereas previously my daughter was very thin, and that weak she c...