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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 27 August 1914
99 At least, we uresmne vou want l!:c H7-;sT ACCOll DION the world produces-ami that is " CKUTA !:.'!.V the " MliZOX." They cr.it n little ?T.iirr: lir-'i seine ollicrs, but then Well, yen ivi:: >;.:ow why, w hen you hear tli' ir rich, iull, or;;.T::-like Tone, and see how exquisitely they PliiCHS :-The Celestial M Organ "Mczoit, 35/-; The U'onder Mezon, 42/-; 'J'he Grand Organ Mezon, 63/-; The Chron:atic n, 90/-. Carefully packcd and forwarded MY CATALOGUE ought to be in your home, id your address for it to-day and I will mail higher up the street. My new address i | YflPQ 253 BOURKE STREET, 18ELB0USN£ [L a 0ns Door Afccva Swanston Stresi. SSs3SE33SaSSi:> mm Yosfi SUIT BY MAIL! Our lari'e Mail order Department has been specially organized for the benefit of" Country Clients who ap preciate style, fit, and finish at a reasonable price. Our SUITS TO MEASURE from 42/ arc of excellent quality materials: the fine finish and the comfortable yet perfect fit of each SUIT leaves nothi...
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 27 August 1914
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5-J0 Fat Cuttle-2535 yarded. Good and prime cuttle ruled very firm at fully lute rates, while middling and inferior were lower. Prime pens bullocks L15, extra L19, odd beasts to L20 2a 6d, good L12 15s to L14 10a, light and liandy L10 17H, to Lll 5a, seconds and inferior from L6. Prime pens cows £10 to Jill, extra to L14 10a, odd beasts L15 17s 6d, good L8 to L9 10s, others from £5. . _ Pat Calves-700 penned, prices for prime Borts firmer, while other descriptions were easier. Mathieson and Davis sold 130 fat cat tle and calves.
The Heyfield Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 27 August 1914
tlif Sfifiijiil ijfcplll, PUBLISHKD BVKIIY THURSDAY MORNING We have made arrangements for the supply of telegrams up to midnight on election night, also for the Intent returns on the Monday morning. The committee of- ihe Hey field R.C. Church intend holding a race meeting on Eoxin|» Day. A. L70 programme will be submitted. Mr D. J. Guiuey, stationmaster at. Cowwarr, who has been transferred to Bunyip, will be tendered a complimen tary farewell and presentation this (Thursday) evening in the Mechanics' Hall, Cow warr. A very old identity of Hey field, Mrs Maher, died at herresidence ou Friday last, at the age of SOyearB, 64 of which had been spent in the colony. In the early days at Donnelly's Creek and Mt Lookout, when those places were pros perous mining centres, the late Mrs Maher saw many changing scenes, and always delighted to chut'about the good old pioneering days, and the many exciting adventures incidental to [the miners' lot. The funeral took place at the Ileyiield Cemeter...
NORTHERN WHEAT AREAS. VERY SERIOUS CONDITION. THREE MONTHS' SPELL OF DRY WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 September 1914
NORTHERN WHEAT AREAS. VERY SERIOUS CONDITION. TH Li EE MONTHS' SPELL OF DRY WEATHER. Die Central Weather Bureau has issued tho following summary of the condition of stock; crops, pastures, water supply, etc., at the end of July, 1914, based upon the reports of the nieteoroligeal observers throughout the State of Victoria: . Reports from all over the AVimmera, Mallee. ami Northern Country, which form tho bulk of the northern wheat areas, 'with absolute unanimity indicate for t-lie end of July a very serious con dition. This is the third month of very dry and frosty weather, and, though the rains of the 29th July had a de cidedly refreshing effect upon the young wheat, the grass did not per ceptibly benefit. The latter liad in deed gone off to such an extent that hand-feeding of sheep was almost everywhere being resorted to, and many farmers were under the neces sity of ordering consignments of hay from the more fortunate districts. Thanks to .6Uch measures and the rar ity of overstoc...
IMMIGRATION SUSPENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 September 1914
IMMIGRATION SUSPENDED. The Victorian Government has sus pended all its immigration work, the Premier explaining that, the Govern ment has more important business to attend to at the present time. Mr. Hageltliom remarked that it was more important for the State Government to see that the people already here suffered as little as possible during the .war than to attmept to bring new set tlers here at present. Several hun dred immigrants, consisting of farm workers and domestics, are on their way to Victoria, and those requiring such assistance should apply to the Immigration Bureau early. . The im migration authorities do not know lion- the war is going to affect the departure of immigrants from the Old Country. A gas fitter named Ellis Mainstone 44, was knocked down and severely in jured by a train at the Nicliolson street crossing, at Footsoray 011 Mon day. He _ was assisting in the laying of a gas pipe and failed to jump clear of a passing train. The injured man, who lives at Willi...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XV. WHERE THE BIRD HAD FLOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 September 1914
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XV. WHERE THE BIRD HAD FLOWN "I don't acknowledge that you liavc any right either to my love or my duty," said Ida Duval, throwing back her head, whilst her eyes Hashed naugh tily. Her husband was lounging on a divan, with the mouthpiece of a long "chibouque" between his lips. His feet were thrust into a pair of Orien tal slippers, embroidered in seed-pearls, the gift of one of his feminine ad mirers, and the crimson and gold --^mokwg'ia.eii&b-snd -esp-Triiiek-esiai^U ed his costume, had once hung in a crowded stall of a Turkish bazaar. The room was filled with "bric-a brac," and quaint artistic trifles, such as the soul of a "dilettante" loves. Gorgeous shawls and rugs were strewn about the studio, draped on the wall, half-concealing the lovely face of a grisette, tossed on to a divan, or thrown across an emj)ty easel. There were pictures on every side, all depicting human life at a time when old age is but a distant shadow in tho far off future,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 September 1914
of Mica St., Broken Hill, N.S.W. who has a vast experience in fever and operating cases, and during her pro fessional career has been associated with some of 5, ADELAIDE'S LEADING SURGEONS jj gives her opinion, after I close observation, of the | strengthening powers of CLEMENTS TCNiC LTD., "For months I have read the testimonies of nurses in the papers, expressing their opinion of the valu able medicine, Clements ? Tonic. "I qualified for the pro ' fession over 40 years ago, and in earlier days I was associated with some of Adelaide's cleverest sur geons. Until 12 years ago I nursed in South Aus tralia, arid am at present on the Barrier Fields. I have had great experi ence, and can endorse the testimonies of the nurses I have re^.d. I have closely noted the effect of medicines upon my patients, and years ago was satisfied Clements Tonic had no equal. I am still of that opinion. Use this as you wish. (Signed) NURSE MENZIES." Broken Hill, 24/1/13. Facsimile of original letter in )>...
LINSEED FOR CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 September 1914
LINSEED FOR CALVES. .. -A very good mixture for calf rearing is made of skim milk and linseed gruel. Take two pounds of linseed overnight and let it soak in three gallons of water Next day boil it for 20 minutes, and a few minutes before the boiling is completed, stir in %lb. of gruel, made from flour. One pint of this boiled lin seed is added to three quarts of warm skim milk, and from the fourth to tho ninth week the calf gets his allowance three! times a day.
A CHINESE INCUBATOR. HOW HENS' AND DUCKS' EGGS ARE HATCHED UNDER RICE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 September 1914
A CHINESE INCUBATOR. HOW HENS' AND DUCKS' EGGS A HE HATCHED UNDER RICE. la an American consular report pub lished is described an ingenious method by which Chinese in the distriot adja cent to Amoy hatch both hen's and ducks' eggs. The breeder first takes a quantity of unhusked rice and roasts it, cooling it down by fanning or by allowing the wind to blow through until it is luke warm. He then spreads a three-inch layer of the viae in a wooden tub) and places about 100 eggs thereon; another layer of rice, the second and subsequent layers being about two inches in thick ness, is spread over the sggs. Each' tub has six layers of rice and five layers of eggs, so that there are 500 eggs in each tub. The rice is heated once every twenty-four hours, the' eggs being taken out at such times. When the eggs are again put in the rice the bottom layer is placed on top ajid each of the other layers one row lower down, while the eggs previously in the centre of the tub are placed at the edge. The...
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 September 1914
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.^0 Fafc Cattle-2360 yarded, comprising 950 N.S.W., 450 N.E., 200 G., 100 S, 850 N., 150 W. Market very firm. Prime pens bullocks i-15 to £17 2s 6d, extra to L19 2s 6d, good LI2 15s to L14 108, light and bandy Lll 5a to ,£12 108, seconds from £6. Cows £11 to £14 10s, good L8 5a to L9 10s. others from L4 10a. Fat Calves-760 penned, prices practically unaltered. Mathieson and Davis sold 119 fat cat tle and calves.
SENATE CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 September 1914
SENATE CANDIDATES. The following are the selected candi dates for the Senate :- . W. A. TreirA-iU! Senator Rus«eli. Samuel Manger A. N. M'Kissfxk. (Six Sena'-ar? to be elected). House of R-2;>rr.sentatives-Electoral Division of Gi}>jiiUnd : Bennett, Janus Wise, Geo H. &lt;R. S. Henderson, Teraple-at, Heytieiii) The great, grim Dreadnought cleft the wave, The people cheeied like fun, The good old Jack f;-w from the peak, The warship fired a gun. While Austral's fate is on the seas Her heart will be secure If she builds bulwarks round her hearths With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Liberal. Labor. Senator M'Coll J. Hume Cook "W. H. Edgar W. J, M'L'iHii Snnator Barker. Senator Blakej'. Senator Barnes. Senator Findley
COMMONWEALTH ELECTIONS. POLLING DAY—SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 September 1914
COMMONWEALTH ELECTIONS. POLLING DAY-SATURD Ah public interest taken iu the pre sent European war nwy overshadow the General Elections, which are to be hehi On Saturday, 5th 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 'possible vote. All electors-men and women alike-even at, tho cost of personal inconvenience, should do their duty as citizens, and register their votes without fail on Saturday, 5th September. We also direct attention to the provisions nu.de for the electors who may . be absent from their own subdivision on polling day to record "their v-.tes at any polling booth on making a declaration before th« officer in charge of the booth as follows : ''I have'net 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 polli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 September 1914
-SCH!7TZE-&-C0.i ^ Pure Woollen \ X UHDERWEAB J/> Manufacturers. r fei Ladies, Gentlemen's aad j Cliildren'a Combinations, V"1 5 Singlets aad Drawers, etc., made to measure. Price i Lists and Sample3 ou application i BLOCK ARCADE, Melbourne. £3? Collins-strest, Take Lift .. IF .. OUT OF GEAR TRS^CM'S RE8SEDY FOR FITS AMD EPILEP8Y| OURES THE SEVEREST. .ANDLONG-3T.AND1NQ GA0E3 Six Weeks' Trial Trataent, Ooly1FTFTH5E SHILLINGS, CarrU^e Pai& Hks. SOI.OMON, 173 Montague St., South Melbourne, wrote :-" My little girl Sylvia suffered from fits for twelve months. She had as many as 60 in one night and someone had to watch her all the time. I had her tinder a lead ins doctor. I then tried an herbalist, hut she wrs getting worse. When at the hoipital Mrs. Freeman, of Alexan dra St., Collingwood, gave me a book on Trench's Treat ment. I got a packet and the second one cured her. She has not had a fit for 14 months, and enjoys good health. I will be very pleased to recommend ...
POLITICAL UNIONISM. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 September 1914
POLITICAL UNIONISM. (7o the Editor). Sir,-Aa briefly as possible I wish to put before your readers some facta bearing on the question of the Morality of Present day Political Unionism. Mr W. G. Spence, who should know what he talks about, said :-"The man who joins a union becomes a better man. He becomes more social, and consequently becomes more unselfish. H;s makes Jiirg--s more active citizen." These surely are noble sentiments, and this is the sort of unionism we have all been looking for. According to Mr Spence it is only necessary for all men to join unions and the millennium is at hand. The virtue of political unionism is so well recognised by the officials and bosses that they are prepared in many cases to take strong measures for the com pulsory regeneration of mankind. Mr Prank Hyett said that the life of a non unionist should be made a hell upon earth. This, «io doubt, was intended charitably in order that he might ap preciate the haven of unionism when he entered it. Mr ...
OUR RURAL LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 September 1914
OUR RURAL LETTER. (By "Rustious.") It comes to be a question whether the war or the drought is the more serious, for Australia. Reports, from Rivei'i»iT. which also apply to the con ditions over great portions of Victoria mid South Australia are eloquent of the position. A Yvagga report states that there have been several changes in weather conditions of late, but they produced only nb:>i;t 10 points of rain. Over tho greater part of tlio wheat area of Eastern Eii'oriua the situation lias now become very serious. Crops which up to a. few weeks ago had been lairly well-grown, and of healthy ap pearance .are now perishing owing, to iack of moisture. Numbers of them have turned yellow up to within a few inches of the heads. In many cases the soil is still showing through the wheat. For the eight months of the year there has only been about 700 points of rain-and half of that was received in March. The summer and winter have been the driest ever re corded in the history cf the distri...
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 September 1914
FIVE MULES FOR FORTUNE. ! HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. 1. Cultivate and perfect yarn* ideas Experiment. Tlio world is eager for something new, which, however, sim ple it may be, -yyill save'labor, or ex pense, or do things better. Let it bo more convenient, or promote pleasure reduce waste.. People who handle things in every day use are the. natural inventors of better things, and the natural capital ists of to-morrow.. ' Bead the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to 'pa tenting in the chief countries,-then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patenteses. 2. If that workman or foremn , or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention put him on the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. P. Townsend, an editor, says of the "Inventors Guide,". "I am recom mended it strongly to friends. Best of the kind I have seen. It should do a lot of good. It should do a lot of good. It is" an incentive to about by telling him where he can ob...
IN SUPPORT OF MR WISE, (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 September 1914
IN SUPPORT OF MR WISE, (To the Editor). Sir,-While the attention of mosfe people ia at present directed to evsnts that HVft happening in Europe, where most of the Contintental nations are at WAr, caused by a military despot throwing down the gauntlet, and plunging the civilised nations into a state of turmoil far reaching in ita con sequeuces and baneful in its effects, ifc ia well, perhaps, to turn onr attention to a matter of local importance which should command the attention cf all those of us who have the welfai-9 of this great. Commonwealth . at heart. We are on the verge of the greatest poli tical buttle Bince the inception of Fede ration. The election . has been forced upon the people (it is not for ns now to criticise the reasons) aud we are called upon to elect a new Federal legislature. Turning to our own electorate of Gippsland, we have two candidates wooing the suffrages of the people. One of them is allied to a combination which claims to be Liberal, but whose members ...
POLITICS AND WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 September 1914
POLITICS AND WAR, (By Silas Snell). The overshadowing war haB had the effect of making electois of the Com mon weatb approach Federal politics in a subdued spirit. It has drawn to gether contending parties, and united the whole people in a bond of common patriotism. To my mind it would be as foolish to vaise party disputes at the present time in the Commonwealth as it would be for a man and his wife to be in the back yard squabbling about how the vegetable garden is to be laid out whilst a burglar is trying to force nn entrance through the front window Unless they are both mad they will let the dinpnte about the vegetables stand over until the burglar has been ejected. This is not an untrue comparison of the position with which the Common wealth is faced to-day. We must unite to eject the burglar, to resist the com mon enemy, knowing if that enemy gets into the house lie will stay there, and appropriate our vegetable garden as well. We have a duty to perform in electing a national P...