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TURF TOPICS. (Written for [?] Heyfield "Herald") [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914
TURF -TOPICS. (Written for Heyfield "Herald") Judging by the entries made last week tor the minor events of th° spring campaign, owners of racehorses liavo not yet become troubled with, the war >scare. All things consider ed, the nomination was highly satis factory. Whatever may happen ai terwards. the Spring carnival will be the usual big success from a racing po:nt of view. The number of horses from Sydney will not fall short of the average, and altogether tiiero is rea son to believe that fields will keep up all through' tho piece. . As before predicted, wo are bound to experience a slump in racing auuirs after the present busy season is over. It is always rather quiet from the close of the Melbourne Cup meeting up to tho approach of the Autumn meeting, and this season there- will be additional reason for the slack time. Tho game will, however, go on, and maybe, the outlook will brighten up before long, both in regard to tiie war and the drought. LHyveil's withdrawal from the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914
Stone Jars Only. " Straw Color from Age. PURE AND VERT WHOLESOME. ' DISTILLERY ESTABLISHES OVER m TEA$$. MAGNIER'S Pure French Grape ** B R A N DY Cognac ALIJ CLASSES OF STOCK INSUJt-KJ) A*AIN8T BHAfS-FRWI ANY CAf'SE. ' FOALING RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. KATES LOWEST C!"iuKEXT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAIR ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. L'/.L?ET¥ t! CO., LTD., MELBOURNE. THE STATE SAVINGS BANK OF VICTORIA. (Guaranteed by the Government of Victoria.) Established 1841. Commissioners: Slit GEORGE TUKNEB, P.C., K.C.M.G., Chaima*. W. BELL .IACKSOX, Elsq. W. G. McBBATlI, Esq., J.P. COLONEL J. W. McCAY, M.A., L.L.M. G. ANGUS YOUNG, Esqr. Inspcctor-Gencral: GEORGE E. 15MERY. SUMMARY OP ANNUAL REPORT. For Year ended 30th June, 1914. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT. Number of Branches utulor Managers, 123 (increase, S) Number of Agcncios, 322 (increase, 4) Total amount at Credit, of Depositors (including £114,870 redeem able stock) £28.381,686 inc...
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 Fat Cattle-2825 yarded. Prices practically unaltered. Prime pens bul locks L15 to £17 15s, odd beaRts to L18 15s, good L13 10a to L14 10s,. liglifc and handy Lll las to LI3, sec onds from £6. Prime_ pens cows to Lll, odd beasts higher, good L8 15a to . L10, others from L4 10s. Fat Calvee -930 penned, beat firm, others easier,, i Matbieson and Davis sold 180 fat cat tle and calves. -
MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914
MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. ENGINEER'S REPORT. Tenders have been invited for the necessary forming, gravelling, etc., on the Hey field back road from the Boggy Creek bridge west to the Tinamba to Gibson and Knox's bridge road. Mrs Gillis's complaint-.There are two irrigation culverts across the road leading to Mrs Gillis's property, both erected by Mt Boland. Mis Gillis states that the road is damaged by the irrigation works, and the banks On Mr Boland's land back the flood water upon her land. I told her the flood damage was a matter between her and Mr Boland, and that the council would take care of the injuries to the road. As far as the road is concerned, Mrs Gillies will be satisfied if the ap proaches to the culverts are gravelled and about four chains of formation ns'ide across the low place west of the panels. I saw Mr John Boland, and lie promised to do these improvements if the cjuncil so desired. I would re commend that Mr Boland be given a definite time to do the work so that t...
APPLYING FERTILISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914
APPLYING FERTILISERS. A point often considered is whether it is better to apply fertilisers by drill or broadcast, and experiments were car ried out last year by the National So ciety lof Hungarian Agriculturalists to test the relative advantages of the tiro methods. The first experiment with barley led to no definite results, as, owing to the heavy rainfall, the crop was badly logged. It was, however, noticed that a moderate application by drill of superphosphates and nitrate of soda produced no ill effects on the germina tion of the sued, and rather stimulated tho first development of the younger plants. More successful results were obtain ed_ with sugar beet, manuring in the drills leading to better development of tho crop, and while there were no great differences in the sugar content of the beets, the .yield obtained was greatly in favor of this method. Even where the amount of superphosphate and nitrate of soda applied in the drill was only half that broadcasted, the surface o...
PADDY McGUIRE ON THE GERMANS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914
PADDY McGUIRE ON THE GERMANS. (BY BILL NYE.) It's a proud man and a sad man I am to-day. Niver in all me nacheral loife was I such an attintive reader av the papers, an whin I tell ye I'm workin loike a Trojohn to break up a tin acrp block av new sile for a crop av spuds, ye may understand it's only in the eveninn, an mo bachiti, that I've toime to have a squint at the war news. An let nte t»jll ye that the M'Quire's comn av a fightin Htock, an it's meself that'll itchin to have a cut at thiin blood thirsty Garmins. It was Corporal Tiui M' Quire that wint to the Crimea and ?came back flourishin a wooden leg, and ' proud he was av that same, bedad. The M Quire'n was piominent in the Indian Mutiny, an was mintioned in ?dispatches, but whin I spoke to me frind Jiick Allardyce, that's our ripre sentative ia the Council, about goin to the front, he says, "M'Guire," ses he, "Ye're doin very well as ye are. To Borne the call comes to go an fight, and to others to stay at home quietly and "...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914
Auctioneers, Ifatljieson aijd Davis AUCTION EERS.. &lt;T-CK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, SALS. TMLGOAI Hailr-A, Hejneld. - And 5 St. James' ISuiidings, MELBAURN PAT O'CONNOR, - Local Agent. HEYFIELB AVKDXE3DAY, OCT. ] 4TH. MATUIESON AND DAVIS will sell as TILJOVE 60 Prime J)ul!ccl;s and Cows from leading GR.-zieis 50 Mixed Cattle Adaipn, Strettle&Co PTV. LTD. VICTORIA HORSE BAZA A H. 396 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE, Cconduct sales as follows HORSES -Every Tuesday, Wednesday nnd Thursday at their Bazaar Ay Nkw.market-Sheep, Tuesdays Fat .' attie, Wednesdays AT CORPORATION MARKRT-Pigs and Calves. Wednesdays nnd Thursdays. Dairy and Store Cattle, Fridays CLEARING-OUT'SALES A SPECIALTY. PURE STOCK SALESMEN. Trust Monies to lend, lowest rates Srt orn valuations made Send particulars of your requirements. P. O'CONNOR, I-Ieyfield, Forwarding Agent - A. McCAMEY, TINAMB A, CO A CUP A INTER AND TRIMMER. All Work executed at Moderate Charges, Good Woikmans'iip. F. J....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914
V^-Ll WSifut o L\ S3 .2 V": /: we presume you want the J:KST Or* the world prodiiccS--a::d thr>t is ;,V the " M U/.O.W" Tlsey cost a little nore than some others, hut then \\ ell, v.,i; will hnoit whv w!i=n vow !ie:ir tlicir rich, .. or^an-like Tor.c,.a:id see how exquisitely : :i;ui linishtrd. ACCoKjVioV the world produces-asd that is CKRTAlNf.V the " MISXON." Tbey cost a lillte Y~-'"'-'-"i others, but then Well, V ~ - ~ : v."*: 1-- -- - "iiiCKS :-The Celestial 5Iezon. 30/-; The Organ Mezon, 35/-; The Wonder Mezon, 42/-; The Grand Organ Mezon,63/-; Tlie Chromatic ? MezcivSO/-. Carefully packed and forwarded to MY CATALOGUE ought to he in your home, lid vbur address /or -it to-day and I will mail it, 1-"ri':i:. PLEASE KOTH that 1 have moved a litUe higher up the street. My new address is 256 BGURKE STREET, &1ELBSUB3IE Gns Door A&dvs Swsnsicn StresZ. r2 013ESYIOS SUIT B¥ MAIL!.. Our lorge Mailorder Department has l)&lt; organized for the benefit of Country ...
The Heyfield Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914
PUBLISIIKD KVKRY THUKSDAY HORNING . The present war has given the mili tary spirit in Australia an impetus which it lias never received before. Australia has shown conclusively that she. lias the material as well as the animating spirit to become a defensive military power, and not, as some c«rping critics may think a drag on the Mother Land. Within a few months Australia has undergone her first great national awakening, though we believe what she is doing, and will do, in sending her contingents to the front, or wherever tliey may be destined to go, is more an ebullition of loyalty than a call of necessity. But it is quite sufficient for the purpose. Siie has now given a remarkable demonstration of her taste for soldiering, the warmth of her attachment (o the Imperial idea, and her determination to stand or fall with the Empire. There is another way in which patriotic Australia can show her loyalty, and take advantage of the great industrial opportunities the war must inevitably of...
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 October 1914
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. Concerning some parts of the district news comes but seldom. Now this is not the fault of the Editor, for he has no miraculous [towers of knowing what is happening in all the placcs in the area of ciiculation. It is the fault of residents in silent places. Will some man or woman take the matter in hand and caune the silence to cease. If no one else it doing it for your district, will YOU try on the lines] Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighbor hood. Give information, but let criticism alone. The information will probably be right, ami the public can make their own deductions therefrom. Do not bother about grammar orspel ling ; it is the Editor's work to look after these trifles. Andrew Carnegie built up liis colossal fortune by substituting mechanical power where animal power had previously been used. He realized that/«eZ is far cheaper than labour,' and' applied that principle to his business with great success. In these day...
NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 15 October 1914
NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Applications for grant of letters patent, which have been lodged in the following names, have been accepted by the commissioner: Messrs. G. G. Turn and Co., patent attorneys No. 1 of Australia, of the Eialto, 499 Collins-street, Melbourne, have prepared this report from the offi cial records: Sulphide Ore Flotation Process: in vented by H. Lavors, J. Hebbard, E. J. Harvey and F. J. Lyater. Separate provisionals by different persons above mentioned made cognate, the Patentee being Minerals Separation and De Bavay's Processes Australia Pty. Ltd., Victoria. Collapsible Wall Brackct: A hori zontal member supported from above, its end passing through an ej-e in each hanger outer end, or having a fork. O. B. Hellstrom, New South Wales. Furnace Grates: The invention has been applied to a portable oven, one ?of which was at the Agricultural Show, Flemington, recently, and has bean re tained on the ground, bread being rnaue for troops now installed there...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 15 October 1914
Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. PURE AND VERT WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED 0VK3 m TEARS. MAGNIER'S Pur® French Grape "BRANDY Cognac V ITADATIO PERMANENTLY GUESS Hydatid*. Liver and KidneyTronbinf; autrlc I Jlcm, Inisrr.nl Cho\Vlh». SJ5 sod 5/6 pet boSUc. Chemists »jb4 Stares. S. A. PALMER, 489 FLTNDERS LANE. MELBOURNE INSURE WITH THE PHtENIX A8SUBAMCE £0 LIMITED. FOE FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY, WORKERS' COMPEN j. . . SATION INSURANCE. . . ACTIVE AGENTS WANTEB. YYiiEitE NUT REPRESENTED, lull Particulars oil application to i DALGETY $ CO. LTD., | ^ MELBOURNE. fJianagers for Victoria.) SCHRECK'S POULTICE. SCHRECK'S POULTICE. Can Our* TUBERCULAR JOINTS, POISONED SORES, ABSCESSES, BOILS, CARBUNCLES, JAR, WHITLOW, SPRAINS, BURNS, AND BAD LEGS. All Chemists-1/6 and 8/6. Cumberland Road, Pascoe Vale, (Near Coburfl). LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. o - ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATI-I FROM ANY CAU...
PRONUNCIATION OF FRENCH NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 15 October 1914
PRONUNCIATION'OF FRENCH NAMES. The war will increase the. geogi'hphi cal knowledge of the "man in the street," yet he will sometimen be puzzled hs to the pronunciation of the names of places in France or Germany which appear in our newspapers every day. We give a few examples which may be helpful : Vise Meaiix Soinsons On icq Amiens Dinant Liege Epernay Chalons Biver Aube Verdun Lnneville Nogent Longwy Lille Ghent Wahzt. Mo Swasr>7ig Ourk Ahmeeong Deenong Leeaye Aypairnay Shallong Ohbe VairdiH Loonntal Knr wjohn Longvey Leel Gong Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For coughs and colds, never fails, 1/6.
TURF TOPICS. (Written for [?] Heyfield "Herald") [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 15 October 1914
TURF TOPICS. (Written for " - Heyfield "Herald") Some idea of the dearth of good horses in hand at Flemington just now was gained on Saturday, when the book ings to Caulfield from headquarters only numbered about half the general aver age for Guineas Day. James Seobie j usually has mything up to a dozen ! horses ready for this meeting, but he only put four representatives into the field on Saturday and had nothing to take part in races like the Caullield Stakes, the Guineas, and Toorak Han dicap. For a number of years until this season Seobie has had a represen tative in each of these races. Another prominent trainer who had a light day on Saturday was W. S. Hickenbotham, for he (Ally had one horse running. It was strange to see the Caulfield Stakes, Guineas, and Toorak being contested without the two stables mentioned tak ing a hand. There is nothing very impressive looking about Sir Alwynton, which has for weeks been a good deal spoken of in connection with the Caulfield Cup. The ...
NEWS SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 15 October 1914
NEWS SUMMARY Owing to the drought and the war there are about 800 members of the Agricultural Implement Makers' Union out'of employment. The secretary (Mr. E. F. Russell) stated on Friday that the position was even worse than prior to tlie drought of 1902. The lack of work was, he said, due mainly to the fact that there would not be much de mand for agricultural implements this year. The matter will be considered at the. next meeting of the union. The -suggestion of Mr. Cann, Chief Secretary of the New South Wales Labor party, that 10,000 moro men should be employed in connection with the construction of the Kalgoorlie to Fort Augusta railway, and that em ployment should be found for another 1000 at the Federal capital, is not like ly to be carried out. "It might not seem difficult to my friend, Mr. Cann, to pile 10,000 more men on the rail way works," said the Minister lor Home Affairs on Friday, "but he should recollect that the line is being built in a part of Australia where the...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXI. TRYING FOR CONSOLATION STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 15 October 1914
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXI. TRYING FOR CONSOLATION STAKES. Cis Deverel, in spite of his resolution, to forget, returned from the Rocky Mountains more madly in love than ever Wherever lie went the face ox Ida 'Hamilton pursued him with its large beseeching eyes, and when he came back to find it looking down on him from the canvas of Baymond Du val, and all the gossips of his club seemed to make it a peg on to which to hang their vilest stories, then he knew the utmost bitterness of lite, and tried to harden himself into stone, r that he might feel no more. There is no use in trying to mend a shat tered idol. All the cement in the world won't give it back its former sacred claims for worship. Once fal len- from its high estate, no matter what becomes of it, throw the frag ments on the dust-heap, and perhaps its pedestal will do for another. That other was waiting to be chosen with all the fiercte impatience of a love that is not certain of return, and Cis Deverel, though less con...
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 15 October 1914
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, J.JO Fafc Cattle-3S50 yarded. Market opened dull and generally easier, and receded as sales progressed to fully £1 under late rates. Prime pens bullocks L14 to LI6, extra to LIS 10s, odd be-i8t8 to £20, good L12 10s- to L13 15s, light and handy L10 15a to L12 5n, seconds from L5. Prime pens cows L9 10s to £11 10h, odd beauts £14 2s 6d, good L8 to £9, others from L4 10a. Fat Calves-920 penned. Best calves practically unaltered. Mathieson and Davis sold 200 fat cattle and calves, including 10 bullocks Siuumerlea Es tate at £14 10s.
RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN STATE SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 15 October 1914
RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION STATE SCHOOLS. (By Silas Suell). The question of religions instruction in State schools is one that is exciting a singular amount of interest at the present time, as it will have a great bearing on the result of the forthcoming State elections It affects the very basic principles of our educational sys tem, which has been established by the people of this country, after grave thought and the undertaking of great sacrifices, in order that the advantages of education may be placed within teach of the poorest child in the land. I know this is a ticklish subject to deal with, but I am going to have my say even if I get my head chopped off. The system has justified the faith and foresight of its founders, and to-day stands as the keystone of the arch of democracy, so much so that anyone who makes an assault upon it- must be re garded either as an anarchist or a crank. But there is a large section of the com munity who while not desirous of in terfering with the syst...
HETFIELD POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 15 October 1914
HETFIELD POLICE COURT. At the Heyfielu Court of Petty Ses sions on Thursday last, before Mr VV. W. Harris, P.M., Mr M'Oart, on be half of the Victorian Railways Com missioners, proceeded against George Crisp, farmer, of Maffra, for allowing 7 head of cattle to trespass on railway property at Hey field on 27 th August last. Mr Rice appeared for the defendant, and contended that no negligence had been shown, as the cattie were in charge of the herdsman for the Maffra shire. After considerable argument, the P.M. said he considered the case had been proved, and that the owner of the cattle and not the shire, was responsible for the trespass. A fine of Ids, with 10s costs was inflicted.
HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 15 October 1914
HEYFIJfiLD MARKET. Messrs Matli'eson and Davis report: We yarded 40 faf. cattle and 100 fab sheep at Heyfield yesterday, and nearly all sold at satisfactory prices. We quote-Messrs J. R. and H. J. Man sion's pens of COWH LS 16S, L8 IS, L7 5*, Mr It. Gilder's do. LS 4s, LS 12a, LS 3H, L6 13-I. L6 18s, Mr V. Mills* do. £6 ISa, £5 16s, Messrs Campbell Bros, springers ho, L5 Is. A line of 49 fat ewes 16s.