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BUTTER-MILK FOR CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

BUTTER-MILK FOR CALVES. "Noticing a reference to this ques tion," a correspondent writes, "and as « e have had. some experience feeding butter milk 'will tell ypu how we use it. We hare raised two good heifer calves on it, and the dairy maid who told us about it said she had raised fifteen, all on butter milk. We t'-ok the calf away from the cow when it was three days old, and taught ic to drink from a bucket. Fed it on the whole milk fresh from the cow until it was twelve days old. We began to churn then, changed to fresh butter milk, using about the same amount as we did of the sweet milk and putting in enough water to make it about as warm as fresh milk. If the ealf has scours, as the first we raised did some times, we feed a handful of flour in a pint or two of water. "When the calf was a month old we gave it a little wheat, bran and maize meal in the bucket after feed ing; later gave some lucerne hay. Did not use much liay as both oalves had good grazing. "We fed tha milk until...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAR AND BLOODSHED. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

WAR AND BLOODSHED. (BY BILII NYE.) The h"[>e thm is uppermost in the minds of readers of the blood curdling war cablegrams is that the incessant (.laughter of human life that is going on will, with the concurrent immense fin uncial strain, bring the war to a speedy close through sheer exhaustion. The statement of a German officer: "We"will spill blood like water," shows that from the point of view of the Ger man military autocracy it is a war of desperation. That is to say, Germany will not be defeated till she is crushed to the earth and ruined, in accordance with the determination so often mani fested by the war par y, "World power or downfall." We can understand now the reason of the violation of Belgian neutrality and the abominable treat ment of the Belgians. If Germany wins she Will be a world power, if not the world power. She could afford to despise the opinion of the civilised world, because she would "bestride the world like a Colossus," the deified king of military des...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR SOLDIER BOYS. (Written for the "Heyfield Herald.") [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

OUR SOLDIER BOYS. ^Written for the "Keyfield Herald." Hero-worship is an instinct. We in xliis new world have had from its lack ?an historic past, a dearth of heros be fore whose shrines to fall. Now tlmt the dram has beaten, and the enemy has arisen at Briton's gateH, heros hive also arisen from amongst us, and we have now no lack of em bodied brings on whom to bestow our homage. Admirable as are football and cricket; excellent as is the city magnate, and the shire councillor, the players of these games, and the holders of these officers, sink into the back ground of our regard before the brown -est and most commonplace of these new soldiers who are inarching, and will march, to gain us a name and b page -on British history. Yes, these are new god8. Th'f individual may ba faulty ; he may have done some mean, shabby things in liis commonplace existence, but that is all wined ofi the slate, while he makes himBelf ready to write some thing else upon it. How many, 01 gather how few of ...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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PLANNING A MURDER. A DRAMATIC CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

PLANNING A MURDER. X DRAMATIC! CONFESSION. It is very seldom that a London Police Court listens to a cool and col lecfjtxl confession, of murder such as that recited at West Ham by Evan Davies, 59, a stonemason, of Hey worth Road, Stratford, who is accused of killing his wife, Sarah Jane Davies, 58, b.v shooting her. In this confession he deolored that after the crime he went, armed with a revolver, in search of a man he al leged to have been his wife's lover, ' but failed to find him. On tfce morn ing of the tragedy, accused said, his I wife asked him if he was going to | work, and when he said, "Iso; my hands don't feel very well," she re i plied, "You are a fraud. Get up; I can't do anything while you are in the house." He continued: "I said nothing to her, but I thought it over and said to myself, 'I'll make it right for you when I do get up.' That meant that I would do away with her and her lover. I stopped with her some half hour thinking how I could best find the man. Scriven...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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A GREATER ATTRACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

A GREATER ATTRACTION. The professor was lecturing in a pro vincial town on natural philosophy, and in the course of bis experiments he in troduced a powerful electro-magnet, with which be attrootod a block of Bteel from a distance of two feet. "C»n any of you conceive a greater attractive power?" demanded the lecturer with an air of triumph. "Yes, sir, I can," came a voice from the audience. "Not a terrestrail object?" "Yes, indeed, sir." The lecturer, somewhat nettled, challenged the man to name the article. Then up rose fanner .Dixon. Said he, "I will give you facts, professor, and you can judge for yourself. When I was a young man there was a little piece o' natural magnet done up in calico &nd dimity, and she WHS called Mitry Ann She could draw me 14 miles every Sunday over bad roads, just as natural as you'd sit down to breakfast. There wasn't' no resistin' her. That ere magnet o' yourn is pretty good, but it isn't anything to what Mary Ann Was." Try the HEYFIELD HERALD...

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

Auctioneers, flfatl|i.6soii ai]d Davis AUCTIONEERS. STOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEI' anc CATTLE SALESMEN, Sale, Turalgoa, Mrs, Heyfield, And S St. James'Buildings, Melboutn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. ' COWWARR WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7TH. MATIIIESON AND DAVIS will sell as nbove 60 Prime Bullocks and Cows fioin leading graziers Adanisoij, Strettle & Co PTY. LTD. VICTORIA HO USB BAZAAR, 396 BOURKE ST" MELBOURNE, Cconduct sales as follows HORSES-Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdwy at their Bazaar AT Nkwmarket-Sheep, Tuesdays Fat I'attle, 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, Ileyfield, Forwarding Agent Public Notice. A. McCAMEY, TINAMB A, C OA CHPA INTER AND TRIMMER. All Work executed at Moderate Charges. Good Woikmanship. F. I STAGG" BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR...

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

¥@U waoit 66 99 . At least, "we presume you want the PKST ACCOIUHON tlie world produces-ami that is CHRTAI-\%Y the " MH/.ON." Thty cost a little more than some others, but then -Well, will know why when you hear their rich, .organ-lilce Tone, m:d see how exquisitely ^they^are mads &rd fhiished. . ? . 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. A1Y CATALOGUE ought to be in your home. Send your address for it to-day and I will mail it, FREE. PLEASE NOTE that 1 hare moved a little higher up the street. My new address is LYONS, 25S BQURKE STREET, MELBOURNE 0ns Door Above Swanston Sires!. igasKgiSEgSBSgBs^raiBgasagsgws^^ ORDER Y0U15 SUIT BY M lAtSLj l Oar large Mail order Department has been specially organized for the benefit of Country Clients who ap« predate style, fit, and finish at a reasonable price. Our SUITS TO MEASURE are of excell...

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PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

PATRIOTIC FUND. Already acknowledged £199 16 0 Proceeds Concert, etc. 27 19 7 Mrs Davev ... 110 Mr P. O'Connor ... 10 0 Nurse Ross ... 7 6 .A friend ... ... 5 0 Mrs Greaves ... 2 6 A. Chandler ... 1 0 .£230 12 7 At a meeting of the committee held on Monday evening, ib wa3 decided to allot the amount as follows :-Lord Mayor's Fund £150, Red Cross £50, Belgian Relief £30. Total L230.

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The Heyfield Herald, PUBLISHED BVKUY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 October 1914

PUBLISHED BVKUY THURSDAY MORNING Frederick Saunders, a man with many aliases, who created a sensation by escaping from the Sale gaol in May last, was re-arreHted .in Melbourne last week. He was brought to S-»le on Saturday and fully identified by Ser geant Keill, and aftet wards committed for trial by Mr Harris, P M., to the Sale General Sessions on 15th October. Mr C. H. Smith, of the Fibh Creek State School, has been transferred to Cowwarr. We have been requested to mention that divine service at St James' Church will, from next Sunday, commence at 7.30 instead of 7 p.m. as previously. It is anticipated that a pleasant time will be spent at the Heyfield tennis court this afternoon-opening day. Visitors from L'oongabbie, Sea ton, Elewry, and other clubs have pro mised to be present, and a cordial invi tation is extended to all. Afternoon tea will be provided by the ladies. Miss Kyne, who lias been appointed first assistant at the Heyfield State school, took up her new duties on Mon...

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SOME POINTS ON PLOUGH SHARPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914

SOME POINTS ON PLOUGH SHARPENING. The man on the farm who lias a small blacsksmith's shop of his own must know a few of the fundamentals of shop work before ho can make any uso of his shop. There is nothing more useful to the man who has a small shop than knowing how to shar pen plough lays, for good work can uot be done with a dull or badly shar pened plough. Tlie principal point to remember in plough work is getting the lay shaped and tempered right. Good work can not be done with a lay poorly shaped. A little mistake along this line will increase the draft and thus increase the power necessary to pull the plough. In sharpening the lay always draw the edge of the share with the' face to tho anvil making the bevel underneath. Tho lay should fit the mould-board as snugly as possible. To tell whether the lay is properly shaped, place it on the floor or bench just as it would rest i:i Lhe furrow. If the entire cutting edge touches the floor it is set right. The point of the lay should...

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NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914

NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Applications for letters patent, as . undermentioned, have bet-u accepted. 1 accepted, after examination of com- ' plete specifications, recently by the commissioner, Messrs. G. G. Turri and Co., patent attorneys, of The Rialto, 499 Collins street, Melbourne, have prepared this report from official records: Hot Water Radiator.-A horizontal tube is fitted with a vertical extension shown as a Hat sided thin chamber of considerable height. This vertical fin condenses the a team from the tube, which is heated by gas. oil, etc. There is a, safety valve.-11. D. Cooper, Vic toria. Pump for Corrosive Liquids as useu in- fruit tree spraying. - W. A. Schmidt, and A. G. Catchlove, South Australia. Paint Making.-Contents of the paint are glue, chrome solution, am monium solution and pigment (not linseed oil and turps), instead of the chrome salts, formic aldehyde usable. -H. Paterson, N. S. Wales. Automatic Stopper for Trains.-If the train goes past the sto...

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LUCERNE FOR DAIRY CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914

LUCERNE FOR DAfRY CATTLE. 01' nil fodders tested at the Buakura of Instruction during the past- season lu; ernc gave the best results in milk production. At the present time lu cerne ensilage is being used for the ecus, and it is eaten with evident re lish. Tho first growth of the season ivas cut with the intention . of making hay, but the weather being unfavor able thb lucerne was made into eusil ag-o after lying on the ^ground for eight .days. .. When stacked it was in iu a M'iui-di'y statu, but a copious sup ply of water was added during tho building operations. The result was a very high temperature but the en silage is fairly succulent and has a pleasant flavour, which is a great con trast tj .tliat resulting from lucerne stacked in a,, perfectly green condition, the flavour of the latter being . very obje-tionablo. 1 feel quite curtain that lucerne ensilage should be made from v, ell-matured material in order to avoid sour silage. The starling is one of the most gre garious of...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XX. A HOLLOW PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XX. A HOLLOW PEACE. "Upon my word I ihiuk it was tiiy cooltjst thing 1 ever heard-carrying you off 1j urn Belgrave in a fit of vir tuous indiguation for the purpose oi carrying on a flirtation with you up till midnight," and Duval lauglieu mockingly as ho filled the bowl of his pipe. That dint?, ii.- extendi*! himself i<:ll length on his divau, whilst his wile, almost breathless with indignation, stood before him on the Persian mat. "As I told you, he was only waiting for you." "Capital plan that, wlien you knew I was not coming back till the smaU hours." "I knew nothing about you, neither where you had gone, nor how long you would be likely to stay." "You know that I keep a suit of dross-clothes at the club on purpose to avoid tins trouble of coming all this way to make myself respectable. And you knew 1 was tired of work, so not likely to come home on that account.'' "Is your picture of Mephistoplieles iinisbed?" "Very nearly; only a touch wa...

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FEED THE HEAVY MILKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914

FEED THE HEAVY MILKERS. Did you ever have a cow go to "pieces"? If you liave been handling scrub, loir-producing stock probably you have not had the experience, but those of us who have mixed with that class of cows in which the milk-giving trait- has been, as we may say, ab normally developed know what it means. Here is one of the best cows in the herd, a purebred or possibly a grade Holstein, Jersey, or Guernsey. Sho conies in fre6li and starts in with a milk llow that tickles your pocket book. Maybe you think of her needs in the way of feed and maybe you don't. At any rate she goes on with the .same rations as the rest of the herd. They are getting good pasture or good hay and possibly some concen trates 011 the side and you say to your self that ought to do and if it is good enough for the heavy producers you don't expect them to keep up the gait and that they will come down to a more moderate yield with no harm to themselves. But it often does not work out that way. Some day th...

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PROPER PORK CUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914

PROPER PORK CUTS. Furk carcases should not be cut lor tlio pork barrel until they are thor oughly cookd and well set. The sour i..g ot pork in often du« to improper cooling b«for« it is ourod. The firmer the carcase is the ansisr and stnootner the outs can b# made. The carcase is generally cut into four parts - head, shoulders, middle and hams. The head is readily removed by cut ting through the flesh surrounding the atlus joint; making the cut about half a:i inch back of the ear. This por tion is commonly used for sausage, head-cheese or other products for wlikh the trimmings of that carcase can be utilised. The shoulder is out from the middle between the fourth and fifth ribs, counting them from the front. if a large amount of middle is desired and only a small amount of the shoulder, the cut may be made nearer the shoul der. Whan a larger shoulder is desired i)ie out may be made between the fifth and sixth ribs. After the shoulder has been removed ilie two shoulders should be sep...

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AN EMBARRASSED EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914

. AN EMBARRASSED EDITOR. A Sydney pressman relates a visit to a country in an out-back N.S.W town ship, «H follows : - . This particular up country newspaper office was the most curious I have ever filtered. Usually newspapers are, the world over, littered with accumulations of printed paper soiled with the dust of ages, but for the rest are severely bare. The one I chronicle deserves all the publicity of an exception. I have never before Been such a large and varied collection of things outside a general store. The editor himself was itlrnost lost to view. When he bobbed op to see me it transpired that he did his editorial work in a position strongly entrenched behind some sacks of grain and a few barrels. His seat consisted of an inverted butter tub, and the edtoml table was a board supported on a couple of boxes. In a corner heaped up on a small cart, was a mixed lot of harness and garden tools. In another there lay a collection of tins - full of everything from jam to paint. Box...

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SERIOUS SHOOTING MISHAP. YOUNG MAN ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914

SERIOUS SHOOTING MISHAP YOUNG MAtf ARRESTED. . A serious shooting accident occurred at Mitffra on Sunday afternoon last. Air Roy Barber and Miss Caroline Ryan, both residents of Maffraj were aicting on the bank of the Macalister River, when the report of a gun WBB heard, and tiie young man suddenly fell back, shot in the head. HiB com panion was horrified, but she quickly secured assistance, and the sufferer was taken to Nurse Becker's private hospital, and subsequently taken by motor to the Gippsland Hospital, where he was operated on for removal of the shot from the head. On the police being informed of the occurrence, a young man named John Clarke was arretted. He admitted firing a shot, but said he thought he waB firing.at a rabbit. Clark -was admitted to bail.

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ST. LEON'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914

ST. LEON'S CIRCUS. St. Leon's famous circus, which has just completed a most successful tour of tliH chief towns of the Western d'Htiict of Victoria, will appear at Heyfield on Friday evening, October 9th. Refer ring to the circus, the Hamilton ''Spec tator" of 16th September, writes:-' "St Leon's Great United Circus ob tained again last evening what it richly deserved, a crowded house, Madame Garcia's motor act is, of course, the piece de resistance, overshadowing: everything else ; but the remaining acte are all HO clever and complete that hardly one could be selected for pre eminent mention. Many would pre fer the opening item, the triple hori z l'.ital bar act by Honey and Cherry,., in which the skill of tho performers ie of a vary high standard ; others would incline to favor the four-horse act and. the bareback act by Senorita Pliiliina others again would vote as the acme ofs balancing achievement the trapeze and wire-walking performances of MisS Marie Sole; almost all would a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914

SOROSES HAIR TONIC. This preparation is Unsiirpmsed as ;i Hair Food and Dandruff pieveiitalivf. A little sprinkled OK the head night and morning, and gently massaged into the scalp, renderH Baldness impossible. Soroses Hair Tonic will absolutely grow hair, and prevents it from falling out. It imparts a beautiful glossy sheen, and biinga out all the natural brightness of the hair. Price 3/9. Obtainable at Hey field Arcade. PJEURALGS© J3^. i iNI SE Utarly Brfwa Bias IS'aM atsd Day, But £I»tif$ Conic CURED HER Here is a letter which all women should read, especially those who are prone to neuralgic affections, and who pass hours of agony and ill-hralth through them. This letter t'.lls those women more than can he specially written of the relief of Neuralgia by Clements Tonic, and it \v s sent from 411 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne, 8,6'U CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "For the benefit of those who suffer from Neuralgia I should like to tell them of my cure. " It is a few years back I had tha...

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HEYFIELD PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914

HEYFIELD PATRIOTIC FUND,. Already Acknowledged £230 12 7 Mr M. L*nnig*n ... 1 0 O E. Jennings ... 10 0 Mr Steve Singleton ... 10 0 Mr Harry Gibb3 ... 5 0 £233 7 7 The committee of the Newry tennis club extends a cordial invitation to members of the Heyfield club to bD present at the opening on Thursday, October loth.

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