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BEET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 24 September 1914

BEET NOTES. It is gratifying to know that some of the farmers in this district are putting their shoulder to the wheel regarding sugar beet culture. Although the acreage this season is not large, still it is a considerable increase on last year's cultivation, when Mr Humbert and Messrs Sunderman Bros, one acre each, were the only farmers to grow it. This year the following areas will be under crop :-Sunderman Bros 5 acres, F. .Drew 2, Fogurty Bros 2, J. G. Bro bev« 1, A. P. Humbert 1, F. J. Stagg i, L. Stagg 2, B. J. Clark 1-^. Total, 15J acres, In addition, Mr Fnzpatrick lias promised to grow 10 acres. All the first-mentioned farmers have already prepared their land in fine manner, and with anything like a decent season good returns for demon stration purpose will be the result, and should lead to probably 75 per cent greater acreage next year, that is if the farmers of the district desire to pro mote the industry's advancement.

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 24 September 1914

Auctioneers. IfailiksMi ai|d Davis AUCTIONEERS. 'TCCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, _ Sal§, Traralgoa, Mn, HeylieM, .And 5 St. James' Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. Adanjsoii, 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 Tattle, Wednesdays AT CORPORATION MARKET-Pigs and ^.Calves, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Dairy and Store Cattle, Fridays 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, Forwarding Agent Public Police. A. McOAMEY, TINAMBA, C OA CHPA INTER AND TRIMMER. All Work executed at Moderate Charges, Good Workmanship. P. J. STAGrGr, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR - HEYFIELD. - Hard and Soft Wood, Iron (all lengths), Lime, etc., kept in stock. Also Builder's;Hnrd tvare, Wallpapers, G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 24 September 1914

¥®8J wasif c o «iii I.V£3gL.^L^I .i n \ 6600606033 \V; i / b iu Til (DTD )'ii 10 fl! TS 7uJT i At least, we presume j-ou vrcnt the BEST ACCORDION the world produces-and thr4, CKRTAJlsXY the " MEZONV They cost more than some'others, but then -von vriM know "why when you hear their .ful!, organ-like Tone, and see how exquisitely thev are made and finished. . " ". . ..P^RlC'ES^Tiie^efesfcial ilezon, 30/-; Vhe Organ Meson, 35/-; The "Wonder Mezon, 42/-; The Grand Organ Mezon, 63/-; The Chromatic Mezon, 90/-. . Carefully packed and forwarded to any address. MY CATALOGUE ought lo be in j'our home. Send your address for it to-day and I will mail it, FUEE. PLEASE NOTE thr.t I have moved a little higher up the street. My new address is . that is ""- Xvs~\ v/? »mtie r rich, > "?*" ^}j££hzs=: 258 BGURKE STREET, H!ELBGUr.Egg Ona Door Above SwansSci: Strsst. *SSSSESS3I3SS mm ¥001 SUIT BY HAIL! _ Our large Mail order Department has been specially organized for the benefit of Country Clients wh...

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GERMANY, THE WAR FIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 24 September 1914

GERMANY, THE WAR FIEND, j (BY BILL NYE.) Tlie Russian victories over the Ans trians, tlie turning of the great war tide against tha Germaus in France, the gallaut attacks of tha Servians and Belgians, accompanied by the continual and wonderful flow of money to the Patriotic Fund, has heartened the moat despondent 8t this crisis in the history of the Empire. From the beginning, when Great Britain threw down the gauge of battle, it was recognised that in Germany we were fighting the dis turber of the world's peace and the enemy of the freedom of mankind. Mr Asquith, in a speech which shines as one of the grandest deliverances ever uttered by a British statesman, de clared that he would sooner see the British Empire " blotted from the page of history'than that England "should allow Europe to be overthrown by a military autocracy such as is now attempting by force and rapine to de stroy all that is best in our civilisation. It may be said that if the nations which are now fighting the m...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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The Heyfield Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 24 September 1914

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING Keep the Flag flying and British trade booming. Cargo of wire just nriived, English Resiateel and ordinary Fencing Wire. H. Tryhorn, Hareware Store, Heytield. "Monnc," ' physical culture expert, who visited HeySeid a few weeks ago, intends returning shortly with a com pany of trwined athletes, and will give a lecture and exhibition in the Me chanic^ on physical culture, musculur control and development, also weight lifting and wrestling exhibitions, etc. "Monac," who lectures under the auspices of the Education department, will address the scholars at the school on his next visit. At the Bairnsdale police court last I week Constable Dainty proceeded against George Day for assaulting JaB. I Fitzpatrick at Bairnsdalo during the football match, Maffra v. Bairnsdale. Mr Wise, instructed by Mr Agg, ap peared for Day. The evidence showed that. Fitzpatrick received concussion of the brain, but did not know how it 0 curred. The umpire and other wit nesses sa...

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IDEAS OF INVENTORS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

IDEAS OF INVENTORb. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Applications for Letters Patent, a* undermentioned, hare been lodged recently with the Commissioner. Mes srs. G. G. Turri and Co., Patent At torney No. 1, of The Rialto, 499 Col lins Street, Melbourne, have prepared this report from official records. Handling of Grain in Bulk-Andrew E. Heath. Filling with Water Fruit Tree Spraying Apparatus Tanks-Edwin E. Trescowthick. Automatic Sash Holder Improvement -Hariett Bewick#. Milking Machine Teat Cups-Claude H. Daris. Railway Lever Crossing Automatic Alarm Signal.-Cecil Gregory. Machine for Washing Domestic Croc kery-May Dove and Olive Dove. Device for Overcoming the Railway Break of Gauge-Joseph Lobb. Appliance for Lifting Loose Grain and other Produce-Harry Napper. Heating Device for Incubators-Ern est C. Franklin. Gate Operating Devices to Prevent Sagging-William H. Bauert. Fastening Steel Bands around Bales or Bags by Improved Means-William K. Collins. Draft ' Attachments of Disc Ploughs -Mart...

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SOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

SOCKS. Two plain, purl two, It's little else a woman can do, But bear sons, and watch tliem grow, Till marching out of her life they go. Knit five, purl "one, I doubt if ever a mother's son In war's cause hacked and cleft, Knows half the hurt of the woman that's left. Slip one, purl eight, There's nothing left but to hope and wait, And the seven tasks of Hercules Would count as little compared with these. Turn, slip, then the heel, Out of sorrow comes haply weal, But fair times are far away, And there's many weep for their men to-day. Cast off, the thing's done I Many a husband and many a son Fincl death in hapless war, Nor ever know what they fought it for. Two plain,, purl two, It's little else a woman can do, But bear sons, and watch _ them grow Till inarching out of her life they go. -Nina Murdoch, in tlie Sydney Sun. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

CURED of CHRONIC RHEUMATISM BY THE CONSISTENT USE OF m TOM Mr. PRHD. DIAMOND, J.P., of No. 5 K<.seriate Street, I'etersham, whose declaration is hetc published, is one of the oldest and best-known press a: en is of N.S.W. lie suffered from Rheumatism, and tried all manner of mear.s to get back his health. All . these failed until he tried this hlood purifyinj; nied cine. How long it took to rid his s»sten: of the poisons which caused his ag'-uising pain and tor- £* is.cut is best told in his own words: i.j To CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " From May to the end of October, ES lj 1912, I suffered agonies wi'h acute pi % MUSCULAR RHEUMATISM. Ankles, ,V; knees, and shoulder joints were swollen rj and painful, v/iih escru:i.-!ing pains in fij £j my Lack. I was in a wretched and | j helpless condition, could scarcely ! | stand, I completely lost appeMte and : . sleep at night. I had the best medical IJ advice, Turkish and hot ralt-w. tcr ' j baths out of number, and was izas j j .'.aged...

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OUR RURAL LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

OUR RURAL LETTER. (By "Rusticus.") Among the many gatherings that took plate (.luring Show week, oue of the most interesting was the annual con ference of members of the Co-operative Butter ami Cheese Factories'yAssoeia tiou of Victoria. Mr. M. Burke, the president of the Association, in moving the adoption of the reports and balance sheet, said that the council had had many questions to deal with during the year, yonie of the most important mat ters dealt with were "Uplifting of the Quality of Victorian Butter," and tho "Menace of Margarine." Develop ments in connection with the inttoduc tion of the "Cream Grading Bill" were slow; several important recommenda tions were made, and have been em bodied in the bill, now before the Cab inet for consideration. With the ob ject of uplifting the quality of Victor ian butter, the council ajiproaehed tho Minister of Agriculture with the re quest that he convene a conference of those interested. The Minister concurred and a conference, consis...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (By "Ambrosine.") It is a. very good test oi' success i" dressing to review one's clothes as they all hang together. Strip them of their nice wlute, or chintz, hags, look at them as tliey hang slioukler to shoulder, and judge whether the effect be harmonious. Ii the dresses ap pear to sulk or to look annoyed, irri tated, and even angry at the mere presence of each other, then there is something wrong. This happens when there is any attempt at mixing the classes. All dresses, no matter now simple or how grand, should be or the same class; then the woman "\vlio wears them presents a perfectly even, harmonious appearance to the world. A morning tailor-made should speaK the same jargon as a."dress" tailor made ; a simple dinner frock should be on intimate terms with the finest court gown ever made when they have to live in the same wardrobe. But a simple morning tailor-made will teel dreadfully out of plate if it is sudden ly asked to gossip with an afternoon frock wh...

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THE MASTER PASSION.- CHAPTER XIX. STOP. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XIX STOP. There was a long train oi carriages blocking tlie way, lor the English are a music-loving people, and their fav orite prima donna never failed to til' the house. The opera had already be gun when Mrs. Duval and the ^Mar quis of Belgrave arrived at Covent Garden. Ida, wrapped in a long white cloak trimmed with marabout, looked like a swan ub slie sailed through the crowd into the lobby. A solitary diamond star glittered amongst her soit brown curls, and she carried her bead like a queen. Many eyes followed her graceful figure with admiration, some with a faint recognition, wondering where they had seen it before; otners witli frank delight, as at the first sight ot a tiling of beauty. No delight, but grave disapprobation, mixed with a slight surprise, in one pair of dark eyes, as Captain Beresford stepped in - - front of hor. "Mrs. Duval 1" "Yes," with a slight blush which feeemed to herself quite unreasonable. "Lord Belgrave is with me, and his ...

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TAKE TIME TO REPAIR FARM MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

TAKE TIME TO REPAIR FARM MACHINERY. The rainy day affords a good oppor tunity for making repairs of, farm ma chinery. If a man lias no blacksmith tools of his own, he can get everything ready that needs to go to the shop. In a half day the blacksmith will have everything in good shape for him at a nominal cost. There are many far mers who do not put their machinery away in tho autumn until they have seen that all necessary repairs are made to put them in good running shape for the next year. Tliis is no doubt a good plan. There will be no need for the farmer to change his mind with any responsibility along this line when he is rushed in the spring or the year. I am convinced that it does not pay to work with machinery that is not in good repair. A stitch in time saves nine may be an old adage, but it is a good one. The fellow who worries along with a broken farm im plement may be surprised some day when the whole thing goes to pieces like "the wonderful one hoss shay." D. Neale. Wom...

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CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

' CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, §.30 Fat Guttle-3235 yarded, comprising 600 N.S. W, 300 N.E., 100 G., 100 S, 200 W, 100 King I.. 200 S.A., 550 N. Demand brisk, and prices genpr ally a shade letter. Prime bullocks L15 5s to £17 15a, extra to L19 15h, odd Show beasts L26 10d, good LI 3/10 to L15, light and handy £11 15s to £13 5, others from L7. Prime cows L10 10h to LI2 15s, odd Show beasts to £16 lO.s, good L9 to L10 5s, others from L5. Fat Calves-830 penned, prime firm, others lower. Mathieson ami Davis Bold 120, including 10 bul locks Manaon, Summerlea, at LI7/5. 10, Whittaker Bros, Fernhill, LI4 17s 61.

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Correspondence. FIXING OF PRICES. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

Correspondence. FIXING OF PRICES. {To the Editor). Sir,-The Cook Ministry issued a proclamation prohibiting the export of grain to any country save Great Brit ain, unlesB the written consent of the Minister of Customs was first obtained. The Fisher Ministry issued a further proclamation, forbidding the export of grain even to Great Britain, without the consent of the Minister. In New South Wales, Labor fixed the price of wheat at 4s 2d, in Victoria a Liberal Government has fixed it at 43 9d. Thus each party admits fully and frankly that the well being of the Commonwealth and of the Empire must be preserved, even though the liberty usually allowed to the citizen to "do as he pleases with his own" is seriously curtailed. In time of war any citizen may be called on to defend his country at the cost of his life, and assuredly that being so, it would be absurd to allow othe>- citizens to sacri fice the country and enhance their profits. Yet the patriotic producer may not unnaturally f...

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LUBRICATING AXLES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

LUBRICATING AXLES. | Oil to axles is best governed by the 11lie d1' "little and often1' (writes a Canadian ton temporary.) If too much is used it exudes at the ends, gathers dust, and thus the lessening of the friction is not so great, while oil is being wasted. In nearly every case 1 where the lubricant is wasted it is siult not lit to be used, for a good lubricant costs enough to keep the average man from allowing it to waste. Oil that "gums" much is unfit to be used. Castor oil is a splendid lubri i-.it for axles, but used alone may gum too natch. This is corrected by the addition of kerosene or lard. Some waggons are yet made unprovided with metal shields or "thimbles,'" being banded with steel; for these some tal low may be used, as it is one of the bs'st lubricants when iron and wood are brought in contact. Pine-tar is a good addition to the lubricant for wag gon axles and is a part of most of tho .'iixlo greases" sold. Plumbago 'is another good addition; its fine par ticles f...

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500 WAR QUERIES ANSWERED [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

500 WAR QUERIES ANSWERED The average man who eagerly reads the war cables is constantly puzzled by such queries as "What is an Army Corps?" " Who is Joffre?" "Which nation owns the most airships 1" "Who leads the great armies V etc. "Life" magHzine has just issued the first sixpenny number o "Life's War Guide-a new and excellent war pub lication-in which hundred of queries such as the above, are clearly and Hcurately answered. Anyone who rr-ads this war guide ®ill certaiuly find many daily puzzles abiiut the war made plain, and also enjoy an ' excellent cluster of special war articles. If 2/4 is sent ^o "Life," 382 Swan ston street, Melbourne, the first fcnr numbers of the War Guide will be sent by post to any address immediately they »re published.

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THE WAR. FOUR BRIT SH STEAMERS SUNK. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

THE WAR. FOUR BRIT SH STEAMERS SUNK. By Wire, Wednesday, 3.30 Official : The British Admiralty an nounce* that the German cruiser Em den has captnred and su<ik in the Indian Ocean the British steamers Pnmeric, King Lud, ftavira, and Goyle, and captured the collier Cureat. The crews of theso vessels have been, landed at Colombo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOLS GIN PURE AND VERT WHOLESOME. " DISTILLERY ESTABLISHES OVER S3S YEARS. MAGNIER'8 Pure French Grape "BRANDY Cognac LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. --- FOALING RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE-. AFTFR. RATES LOWEST (TRHKNT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. DALGETY~®~CO.',' LTI)., MELBOURNE. CATHEDRAL HOTEL SWANSTON STREET, and adjoin Ins Fllnders-st. and Princes' Bridge Stations, MELBOURNE. Trams. Trajns and Motor 'Buses to all parts Every Accommodation; Lift, Night Porter. Moderate Tariff. Tel., 148 Cen T. WHELAM, Proprietor (Late of Donald). FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. 1. Cultivate and perfect yaur ideas Experiment. The world is eager for something new, which, however, sim ple it may be, will save labor, or ex pense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure reduce waste. People...

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A SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

A SliCRET. The world is doing better than it did some time ago. Wh'vo learned Home useful tilings our ^randsires didn't know. And by the information which exper ience has gained, A number of mysterious tilings are readily explained. Why did the flow'ret blush unseen amid the desert air 1 Why have some sages lived unknown in Attics chill and bare? Wiiy is reward withheld fiwui men both talented and wise? The answer is as plain as day-they didn't advertise.

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AN EVERY-DAY EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

AN EVERY-DAY EXPERIENCE. He came across to me in the smok ing room at the club. 'I had a rather queer hand at bridge last night.' he said. 'Had yon?' I answered, and. picked up a newspaper. 'Yes, it would have interested you, I think/ he went on. 'Would it?' I said, and moved to another chair. 'It was like this,' he continued, fol lowing me; 'I held the king of hearts, and 'Half a minute,' I said ; '1 want to go and see what time it is.' I went out and looked at the clock in the hall. I c>ime hack 'And the queen and the ten ' he was saying. 'Excuse me just a second ; I want to ring for a messenger.' I did so. The waiter came and went. 'And the nine and two small ones,' he went. on. ' 'Two small what?' I asked, 'Two small hearts,' he said. 'I don't remember which. Anyway, I remem ber that I had the king and the queen and the jack, the nine, and two little ones.' 'Half a second/ I said, 'I Want to post a letter.' When I came b<»ck he was still mur muring, 'My partner hel...

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