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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 9 May 1914
CURED of CHRONIC RHEUMATISM BY THE CONSISTENT USE OF CLEKNTS TONIC Mr.FRItf). DIAMOND,of No. 6 Kosedalc Street, Petcrslmin, whose declaration is here published, is one of the oldest and best-known press agents of N.S.W. lie suffered from Rheumatism, and tried all manner of means to net back his health. All these failed until he tried this blood purifying medicine. How long it took to rid his svstcm of the poisons which caused his "agonising pain and tor ment is best told in his own wolds: To CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., « 41 From May to the cod of October; 1912, i suffered agonies with acute MUSCULAR RHEUMATISM. Ankles, knees, and shoulder joints were swollen and painful, with excruciating pains in my Lack. 1 was in a wretched and helpless condition, could scarcely stand, 1 completely lost appetite and sleep at eight. 1 had the best medical advice, Turkish and hot salt-water baths out of number, and was mas saged three times a week, but all to no purpose. I despaired of ever being well agai...
Commercial. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 9 May 1914
Gomntereiai. :0: SAIXAIUT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Fat Cattle: 154 cattle were penned to day, oroly an odd pun being prime quality. There) was a good attendance of buyers present, and competition was active, values being firm at last nwk's best rates. Quotations: Prime pens bullocks, .€14 to .1:15: coed pens, .£11 to .£13; me dium, JS to .£10; best COWS, .£10 to -611; extra, .£12/5/ to 12/12/6. Averatjes: Mr A. J. Simpson, Gazette Estate. I'eusliurst, 10 bullocks. ,£14/5/9; Mr W. Thomson, Manifold, Purrumbete, Camperdown. 10 bullocks, .£12/17/19; Mr J. Righetti, Sraea ton, 10 bullocks, .£11/3/; Mr .T. Troup, Copliill's Creek, 10 cows, .£11/0,9. Calves: 52 penned, best forward selling to -£6 37,'6. Sheep: 329+ came forward f&lt;>r to day's sale, the majority being Rood qual ity, with a fair number of prime, balance useful sorts. The market opened to good competition, which was well con tinued throughout the sales, but last week's very extreme prices were not maintained, especial...
Rckewood Farmers' co-operative Company. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 9 May 1914
RGkewoBd Farmers' co-opera live Company. The annual meeting was beld on Wednesday evening, Mr G. H. Stanbrook presiding. Correspondence. From F. Westriem, weighbridge keeper, with list of outstanding ac counts. From W. T. Gunn. asking that the company take over the agency of the Yorkshire Insurance Company. —Received, From W. Statton, stationmaster at Rokewood, asking for higher re muneration for acting weighbridge keeper.—Received. From C. W. Robertson, tendering his resignation as an auditor of the company owing to leaving the dis trict.—Received with regret. From W. C. Rowe, engineer, sup plying price for annually painting the ironwork and adjusting weigh bridge.—Received. Finance. Accounts totalling £15 5s Gd were presented and passed for payment. The balance-sheet,read and aclopt ec?, showed the position of the funds to be most satisfactory, and it was resolved that a dividend of 10s per share be declared. Reports. The manager (Mr J. M. Routson) drew attention to the fact that ...
BALLARAT PIG MARKET. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 9 May 1914
* BAI/LARAT PIG MARKET. \Vednesday. Coles and Pullum report:—A moderate supply forward; comprising a Rood yard ing of bacon pigs; only a small number of porkers and stores, and a lair yarding of ' young pigs. We penned 396 head. Baconers: Then' was a full attendance of curers. and owing to supplies being within re quirements. tlie demand was very brisk, ;tnd higher prices were realised ; nice pen*, from 13Q to 140 lb. Ix'ing very dear; any thing not good enough, owing to the shor ter supplv, was very much better. The price of the market 'was .£4/10,'. made for Mr S. O'Loughlin; .£4/»,'6, Mr I. Bou jitead; .£4/9/, -Mr J. Miller; ,£4/S/6, Mr W. Watson; .£4/7/6, Mr E. Ci. Austin; .£4/7/. Jitr j. Guinane; .£4/7/. Mr J. White; .£4 &lt;;/G, Mr Warren: .£4/6/. Mr C. Fairbairn; .£4/5/6, Mr J. Flanagan; .£4/5/6, Mr A. "Williams; a number. .£3/15/ to .£4/4/6: others, .£3 to .£3/1:!/. Choppers: Good yarding, for which the demand was not at all brisk, and prices were easier; best, to .£...
JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS SCARSDALE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 9 May 1914
JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS * S0AHSDAL13 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Scaredalc is renowned as a gold-prodmi *ji*5 centre, as the home of tho first- Old ilkiv-s and Girls' Association; but no local •celebration has nurpassed in entlnisiatim -jOiat which permeated the jubilee of the S>car«dale Pi-esbvterian Church on Sunday ,Bnd Monday. "It was in the year IStH, •wiion the alluvial gutters in the vicinity nf Scarsdalo yielded l'orth thousands ot •■ju'.hx'-s of gold, and at .i tinie when there -si-as an incessant hum of commercial ac tivity, that the church was established by &lt;ilic lute Hcv. Mr Gow. The march ot "Timo has removed the great majority or atbose who were t he eye-witnesses of the erection of the church, and amongst those ..oJd identities who have seen the lips and •Jov.'nx of the church iroin. its inception •niid wore present at the celebration were iJffcsdanios Bedford, Carnegie. louiig, ^Jtutiierford. and Messrs .lolin (l arko. J^i «aio:i, M'Callum, and Blaci;. 1 '"'J' -...
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 9 May 1914
BALLAIUT WHOLESALE PEODUCE MARKET. The quotations are: — Wheat, 3/9 for prime milling. Oats: Fair seed, 1/10 to 1/11 for heavy feed. X'eas, 4/ to 4/3. Bar ley: Prime, 3/4; fair to pood, 2/9 to 31; Cape, 2/3 to 2/1. Flour, jC9. Bran, .£5. Pollard, .£5/5/. Potatoes: New. .£4/10/ to .£5. Hav: Best chatting, ,£2;2/G; manger, j£2/7/G. Straw, 32/6.
BALLARAT WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 9 May 1914
BALLARAT WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE 1TARKET. Thursday. Phillips and Chamberlain report:—But ter: Prime factory prints. 1/2; lmnpj 1/H; •eparator. 10(1 to 10.\d; dnirv. Sd. Eggs, 1/4. Bacon: Sides, lid; middles. 1/: liam, 1/3. Honey,- 3d to 3ld. Lard. 7Jd. Cheese, 7Jd. Onions: Brown Spanish. JES. New potatoes, J:5 to XG. T. J. Lawless and Co. (late irTjregor Bros.) report: — Butter: 1'rime factory 'prints, 1/2 j lump, 1/11; dairy, 9d to lOd; wparator, lid to 1/. E(5K^» to 1/"' preserved. 1/Oi. Bacon: Sides. lOd to lid; middles, 1/; ham, 1/3. Lard, Sd. lloney, 3id to 31&lt;1. Cheese, 7id to Sd.
CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 9 May 1914
CHAPTER V. When Sheila came to Sunnyside it was precisely as though the entire house was lit up by something joyful, something which strongly resembled sunshine. Sheila, whatever the Afri kanders thought of her, was only a child, and she behaved exactly like one on this occasion. Her face was wreathed in smiles, her eyes were more expressive even than usual, the gleam of her pearly teeth showed when she laughed and talked. She was particularly affec tionate to Peter Bellairs and to Mar garet, his wife. She ran gaily a])out the grounds picking the daffodils and violets, and altogether behaving like a young thing who had never before enjoyed the delights of full liberty. Sheila was very much interested in her new garments, and as she tried on each jacket, each skirt, each hat with its simple band of ribbon, she flew out to try to And her beloved Uncle Peter. She always called him Uncle Peter. He was her beloved, her darling. Peter Bellairs gazed cri tically at the frocks and hats. Ho ...
GREATER THAN GOLD Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 9 May 1914
GREATER THAN GOLD By L. T. MEADE, Author of "The Soul of Margaret Rand," etc. Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London ,& Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER IV. Mrs. Bellairs waited anxiously for her husband. She wanted to tell liini what she had done, but at the same time she honestly dreaded imparting her news, lor if there were an up right, steadfast, high-principled man, Jn,lV?S P,etef Be,lairs- He might not like her having written to the hotel to invite Mr. Kruger to lunch, and yet she could scarcely keep him in ig norance. for only by telling him could she get possession of the motor-car, 'V .which was to convev'\thp worthv law yer to fcsuiinyside. •*■•*&'•+■■■ ■„ In the afternoon a letter arrived from Ralph. 1-le implored his mother to let him have £100 without delay. "1 have got into a little trouble over bridge," he wrote, "and must pay it at once. You'll manage, won't you, mums dear, for you never failed a fellow yet." (No, and never sh...
BLACKIE'S SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 9 May 1914
BLACKIE'S SYMPATHY. A delightful story is told of the grand old professor of whom Edin burgh is so proud. Professor Blackie was lecturing to a new class with whoso personnel he was very imperfectly acquainted. In answer to some direction given by the lecturer, a student rose to read a paragraph, his book in his left hand. "Sir!" thundered Blackie, "hold your book in your right hand." And as the student would have spoken, "No words, sir! Your right hand, I say!." The student held up hiB right arm, ending piteously at the stump of Its wrist. "Sir, I hae nae richt hand," ho said, and his voice wus unsteady. Before Blackie could open his lips, there arose from the class such a ter rific storm of hisses as one perhaps must go to Edinburgh to hear, and by it his voice was overborne as toy a wild sea. Then the professor left his place and went down to the student he had unwittingly so hurt He put his arm about the lad's shoulders and drew him close, and. the lad leaned up against his breas...
HISTORIC STAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 9 May 1914
HISTORIC STAINS. ■Visitors to the famous castle of Wartburg, in Germany, are always very carefully shown a big black patch upon the wall. The room where this stain upon the wall is shown was occupied by Martin Luther when he was a prisoner in this castle, and here he commenced his famous trans lation of the Bible. The tradition is that Satan appeared to him in this room in order to make certain plaus ible suggestions to the great Reform er. His reply was to take up hia ink stand and throw it at his visitor's hrad. It crashed against the wall, leaving a stain which has been rever ently preserved ever 6ince. Undoubtedly the most interesting room in Scotland is the pleeping chamber of Mary Queen of Scots, in the Palace of Holyrood, which still stands as it was when she occupied it. The walls are hung with tapestry, and half-covered by it is a small door leading to Queen Mary's secrei stair. It. was by this secret stair in the year 1566 that the assassins of the Queen's Italian secretar...
IV. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 9 May 1914
IV. The woman shrank foack with a cry of fear, and Dick Curtis flung a pos sessive arm about her shoulders—an action which maddened the man con fronting them. "Take your vile hand from my wife, you ibrute!" he said violently. "Since you've turned up at this in opportune moment," said Curtis slow ly, "you may as well learn the truth once and for ever. If you hadn t teen a blind fool—surely the simplest God ever allowed to live in this topsy turvy world—you would have Known better than to go away and leave me in charge, so to speak, of your wife. I tried to blind myself to things, tout 1 was not quite strong enough; that's all. I'm only a very human, ordinary flesh-and-biood chap, you see—not a saint, not even a level-headed old slow-coach like yourself, without any thing like real deep feeling. And your wite loves me, d'you understana, Cranleigh? It's damned hard on you, perhaps, but there it ip.—a sort of i 'Fate,' you see. The pity 01 it is we didn't all find out before you married...
III. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 9 May 1914
III. Someone in the flat below was play ing a violin, exquisitely, tenderly, and the long-drawn notes of "Salut d'Am our" came floating up. "Does anything, even 'playing the game,' matter in a case like yours and mine?" asked Curtis. "I—oh, I don't know," she mur mured weakly. "I—I've always 'play ed the game,' Dick; and now—it's so madly difficult. He has been good to me." "Good!" echoed her companion, his voice tense with passion. "D'you think that's love? If he loved you, or you him, I might have gone away and said nothing. But in your heart of hearts you must know it's me you love. And to a woman like you, isn't love—love, I say—the only thing that matters?" She shivered. "John," he went on—and his tone was contemptuous almost—"is a good sort. And"—for a second the 'best in him rose—"it's because he's ibeen my pal that I've held ibaclt as long as this, but he's a good deal to iblame himself, for all the world would say, my dear, that he has simply thrust matters in to my hands; ...
ROKEWOOD. LABOR RALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 9 May 1914
ROKi;\VOOI>. LA.BOK RALLY. On Monday evening a Labor* Jlally 58 to take place at Rokewootf,, and addresses will be delivered Senator Raseell, Mr D. C. M'Gratfa, M.H.R-, and Mr J. Chatham, M.LA. The proceedings are timed to fca entered upon at 8 o'clock sharp. EUCHRE PARTY. The naual progressive eachiss tournament was held on Taesday evening in the Mechanics' Institute., There was a good gathering, and trophy was won by Mr Cos. Flens ing. The next party is iixed for Tuesday evening. RAINFALL. The rainfall for the month off* April, as registered by Mr O. W«. Stanbrook, was 211) points, as com pared with 52 points for the month, of April, 11)13. Total since January 1st, 1914, 508 points. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Far Coughs ;md CjUIs, nuvor fails, Ifl*.
WINDMILL WIRELESS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 9 May 1914
I ■ = WINDMILL WIRELESS. Holland is so flat that the wind mills with which it is studded are landmarks that can be Been for miles. So for centuries the windmill arms have been used as convenient signals. Births, deaths and marriages are often announced by this method in stead of by newspaper. The whole neighborhood knows that there has been a birth in the miller's family if the arms are seen in the po sition of a narow .capital X, and with the two upper sails unfurled. If the miller is being married, the arms form a broader X, with all the sails unfurled. A death in the miller's family is announced by the wheel being turned till the arms form an upright cross,, with all the sails unfurled. When this signal is shown all the othw mills-, of the region show their sympathy by following suit. The code of windmill "wireless" is-, quite a lengthy one. The doctor can be called, an appointment postponed,, and the message read miles away..
District News. DEREEL. CATHOLIC PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 9 May 1914
District dews. " DEREEL. CATHOLIC PICNIC. in connection with the Catholic picnic* nold at Dereel on Easter Monday, the* secretary, Mr John Klien, desires to ac knowledge trophies from the following-; a ' Mellinffton, Mr M. Daly, Joha Snow and Co., Harry Davies and Co., Mr John Meyer, R. H. Evans and Co., Mesires aykes, Jl'Kenna, Morrison, and Carr.
Grenville Shire Council. Thursday. 7th May, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 9 May 1914
Grewille snire cquqbii. Thursday. 7th May, 1911. Present — Crs' Vaughan (prdBi dent), Shepherd, Clark", Kennedy. Douglas, Poynton, Wallirf, Hall, and Nunn. Tenders. Supply of 500 c. ysmla surface gravel on Hollybnah-Werneth road. —J. Stewart, £41 (accepted); R. Ward, £59 19s ; M. J. Burnett. £68 58; J. Urch, £83; F. Hogan, £7419s; P. Hynes, £«7 15b 91; D. H. Fitz Patrick, £50 03; W, Clinton, £52 18s 4d- . - t - Forming and gravelling a chains of Burnett's road at Werneth.—J. Stewart. £9 (accepted); 3. Urch, £12; M. J. Burnett, £10 10s; B. Hogan, £1L 15a; M. D. Leahy, £15 12s. Supply of 20J c. yards surface gravel near Clementson'a at Pig goreet.—J. Urch, £17 10s; P. Hynee, £24 10a; M.D.Leahy, £13 18b 6d (accepted). Supply of 100 c. yards surface gravel on Sweeney's road. Ross Cr0ek.—H. Tudor, £9 9s; Sweeney Bros., £9 15a; Flockhart and Cox, £8 15s (iceepted). Forming and draining 25 chains on the Foxhow road.—E. Bailie. I £4S 10s; P. Hynes, £48 10a; D. H, Fitzpatrick, £27 10s (accep...