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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 22 October 1914
?A'uctioneers. - i'jison aqd Davis AUCTIONEERS, 5TOrK AND STATION AGENTS S'.flEE? AND CATTLE SALESMEN, , & 1* Tra,?algoa, Mra, Seyfield, Aufi S St. James'Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, ' ° Local Agent.. SPECIAL SALE HEYFIELD STORE CATTLE .WEDNESDAY, OCT. 28TH. MATOIESON AND DAVIS will sell as "tJbove 15® ©ead&lt;df Mixed Cattle panpi, Strettle & Co PTY. LTD. VICTORIA HORSE BAZAAR, 1S96 B00RKE ST" MELBOURNE, Gconduct sales as follows HORSES-Every Tuesday, Wednesday and .^Thursday at their Bazaar At NEWMARKET-Sheep, Tuesdays Fat Cattle, Wednesdays Air 'CORPORATION MARKET-Pigs and |Calves, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Dairy and Store Cattle, Fridays CiLEARING-OUT SALES A SPECIALTY. PURE STOCK SALESMEN. Timet Monies to lend, lowest rates Sworn valuations made Send particulars of your requirements. P. O'CONNOR, Heyfield, Forwarding Agent F. J. - SIAGGr, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR - HEYFIELD. - Hard and Soft Wood, Iron (all lengths), Lime, etc., kept in stock. Also Bui...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 22 October 1914
¥©U wmmt a 66 99 At :ens!, we pre /,CCOKDION the CKRTAirLY the ' vou want the 11EST produces-anci that is JX." The-/ coat a little . but then-- Well, you will know wliy when von hear their rich, fnll, organ-like Tone,' and see how exquisitely they arc made and finished. PRICES:-The Celestial Mezon, 30/-; The Organ Meson"; 35/-; The Wonder Mezon, 42/-; The Grand Organ Meson, 63/-; The Chromatic !i, SO/-.; Carefully packed and forwarded to MY CATALOGUE ought to be in your home. Send your address for it to-day and I will mail it, I'It EE. F.'-EASE NOTE that 1 have moved a little higher up the street. My new address is 25S BCURXE STREET, &1ELB0U8NS Cr.s Bo3r Afcevo Swanstaii Sties;. e£23SESaSSS mm YSUI SUIT BY haili jt~ v Oui' large Mailorder Department has been specially organized for the benefit of Country Clients who ap ! style, fit, and finish at a reasonable price. Our }'?''?'-!!! jvA SUITS TO MEASURE from 42/ are of excellent quality materials; the fine finish and the comf...
The Henfield Henald, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 22 October 1914
PUBLISHED KVKKY THURSDAY MORNING At tlie l-f-quest of the Liberal party in the Hey field district, Mr I". J. C. Miuchin, of Cowwarr, lias decided to contest the Gippsland North seat in the State House in opposition to Mr J. W. M'Lachlun, M.L. A., in the farming and Liberal interests. Mr Mincliin will open his campaign in the Mechanics' Hall, Heyfield, on Saturday evening next, 24:th. To morrow (Friday) Messrs Theo 13. Little and Co. will tell fur Mr J as. Mathers, Toongabbie, the whole of his splendid dairy herd, horses, sheep, etc. Daring the past few weeks about 12,000 sheep have arrived in this dis trict from Northern areas, a good pro portion of which number haB been taken to Mr Langland'd "Medowra" property, which has been leased for a term to a Deniliquin (N.S.W.) squatter. It is reported that Mr K. Gilder, of Glenfalloch, lias also received a tempt ing offer for a short lease of portion of his property, but be has refused. In view of the nearness of the State elections, and t...
CONCERNING CERTAIN DOMESTIC AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 22 October 1914
CONCERNING CERTAIN DOMES TIC AFFAIRS. To can vegetables: Have theni fresh and in periect condition, aud jars, tops and rubbers clean and sterilised by putting tiiem in water that is brought to a boil. Fill the jars with the prepared vegetables and put both rubber^ and tops in position, Out do not tighten the tops. Put a false bottom in the boiler (two layers oi small-mesh poultry netting are best for the purpose); stand the jars on this and pour cold water around them to the depth of three of four inches. Bring the water to a boil and boil it hard for an hour or more, then remove the lid to lot the steam escape. Tighten the tops to keep unsterilised air from entering the jars, and let them stand until the next day. They can be left in the boiler if most convenient. The next day loosen the tops and repeat the steaming, then tighten them as be fore; and the third day, after an hour's steaming, tighten the tops as tlio jars oool and let stand two or throe days before testing for leakag...
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 22 October 1914
OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rusticu Hour millers are up against a seri ous proposition as a result of the fix ing of the selling price of wheat at 4/9 per bushel. The position is indicated by the experiences of one miller, who says:-''J. heard of a farmer who had 1500 bushels. I telegraphed to my agent, to get it. The farmer raised a quibble over freight. I offered to p*y the freight, and then the farmer flatly refused to sell. What are we to do Our mills will have to shut down in a day. or two, if we cannot got grain. The Pood Board says the farmer must sell, but ho refuses. 1 would be willing to pay more for the wheat, and perhaps that might draw him, but the law forbids any increase on 4/9 a bushel, I have the case be fore the Board, but it is not moving. 1 have looked elsewhere for wheat. I" wont to a leading firm of merchants and shippers. I know it has large stores full of wheat, but it has refused to sell it to me, declaring that the wheat does not belong to it, but to the farmers...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 22 October 1914
THE 10 if ill 12 Minister of the CONGREGATfONAL MISSION CHURCH, Fiizroy, Melbourne. Sends his opinion of " I was recommended to try Clements Tonic. I was completely run down, suffered from nervous prostration, with insomnia and severe headaches. I had spent much money on medicines to no purpose. " One bottle put me right and Was worth its weight in gold. '' I recommend this medi cine strongly. ( Signed) JOHN HOSKING." The Rev. ]. HOSKING. D.D.. is known as an earnest church worker, and liis testimony to CLEMENTSTONIC was sent for the good it might do. This medicine is certain in its effects on run down or irritated nerves, and quickly relieves Biliousness, Weakness, Loss of ileep, Poor Appetite, Constipation and Indigestion. ALL CHEMISTS and " STORES SELL IT, * MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. Concerning xonie parts of the district iidvth conii'H vnt seldsin. Now this is not the fault, of the Editor, for he hat no mii'HciiluUK powers of knowing what is happening in all the places in the ar...
A PATRIOTIC OPPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 22 October 1914
A PATRIOTIC OPPOSITION. (By Jas. M'MHster. EsBendon). Liberals who read the speeches de livered by Mr Cook, Sir John Forrest, and Senator Millen on the Address in Keply, are justly proud of the patriotic tone which marked the three utter a»cea "The Opposition will be behind "ie Government moat cordially with its best support in prosecuting the war to the end," said Mr Cook, nor was the ! ex-ireasurer or the ex-Minister of De fence one whit behind in offering heartiest co-operation. In giving the assurances they did, the leaders of the -Liberal party simply carried out the wishes of their supporters ri»lit throughout the Commonwealth. ".To those whc realise the gravity of the position, party spleen appears mon strous. If there are any who do not realise it, they can not do better than weigh these words spoken by Senator Millen Australia is the price which will be claimed £eTany Should she win in the present conflict, which God forbids should be the case. No sacrifices which Australia...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXII. SAVE ME FROM MY FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 22 October 1914
: THE . MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXII. SAVE ME FROM MY FRIENDS. My dear, you will be glad to hear that Belgrave is going to the dogs as fast as he can. 1 don't know what's come to the feilow, he . seems to be losing his head as well as his heart. Do you think you have anything to do with it?" said .Raymond Duval, looking up from his easel, with a slight twinide in his sleepy eyes. "1 hate hjm, and he knows it." .'Hatred is more flattering than in difference; the one is fatal, the other excites your natural combative ten dencies; and determines you to con guer it." "I am sure I should never give my self the trouble to try." "I fancy you would. Imagine Beres ford presuming to hate you. Wouldn't it nettle you into bringing him round?" "Most certainly not," with indignant disdain, heightened by the uncomfort able consciousness that she was blush ing. "'I am sure it would. You may possibly see another of your admirers in that condition, for 1 hear D ever el always flies into a passion whe...
TURF TOPICS. (Written for [?] Heyfield "Herald") [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 22 October 1914
TURF TOPICS. (Written for " - Heyfield "Herald") / 'Positaio iks alteaiy sired four Met b6urne Cup winners in something like a dozen years. This is a wonderful stud recoriOaiul no oue will be surprised il is improved this Spring. Positauo is again well represented in the great han dicap, his chief hope being, of course. Ulva's Isle, Tor a horse who' has achieved Weight for Age destruction. Ulva's Isle has a very handy weight in the Melbourne Cup, and all things considered, it seems safe to that, Ht and well ou the "C put up a big light. Nothing happened at the just con eluded Caullield meeting to encourage the belief that any of. the Victorian three-year-olds will be found capable of conin- witli Woorak and Mountain Knight in the /V.R.C. Derby. It is. true that Blague won the Caulfield Guinea, in -ood style and that Burrabadeen and Newberry both shaped fairly well at the same meeting, but in neither case was the form quite good enough to warrant Derby hopes while \\ oorak and Mounta...
HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 22 October 1914
HEYFIELD MARKET. Messrs T. B. Little and Co report We held a very big, successful sale of fat cattle at Heyfield yesterday, when fully 170 head of cattle, consisting mostly of usual good and prime quality were penned. There was a large at tendance of butchers, and competition wa3 good. A very large proportion of the yarding sold at following prices Bullocks to Lll, cows to £9 10s, hei fers £7 Is, for the following vendors Messrs P. Sullivan, Jno Boiand," It. Clyne, J. .Ryan, H. G. Timbs, Jno M'Michael, E. Jennings, exors. Peder eon, W, M'Lean, P. O'Brien, Henry Miller, _R. Roberts, F. and H. Chester, J. S. Boiand, Jno Webster, A. Allar dyce, Geo Zacher, J. T Wilson. Over 100 head were purchased by down the line butchers. Sheep-275 penned. T. B. Anderson 80 prime and shorn wethers 16s 7d, exors. Pederson woolly sheep 15s. Store Cattle-Small yard ing. Mr J. Fitzpatrick's voung heifers £2 2s.
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 22 October 1914
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, §.30 Fat Cattle-4105 yarded. Local cattle 10s to 20s easier, long distance | cattle considerably greater fall. Prime pens bullocks L14 to L15, extra to L16, odd beasts to L19, good L12 5s to £13 1 OB, light and baudy L10 to | L12, others from £5. Fat Cows-£Q to L9 15s, odd beasts to L15, good £T 15b to £8 15d, others from L4 10s. Fat Calves-1120 penned, prices con siderably easier. F»t Sheep-41,700 yarded, prices in most cases 6d to Is lower. Fat Limbs-50,000 penned, marked opened firm, but afterwards receded fully 6d to Is per head. Math ieson and Davis sold 190 fat cattle and calves.
RATHER EMBARASSING. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 22 October 1914
RATHER EMB A GASSING. An exceedingly deaf man was beinjr introduced to a young lady. The yoiu'-.^ lady was pretty, but she had a R'-raiige name. Her name was Dinglefugle". "Mr Smith," said th« acquaintance, "this is Mi«s Dinglefugle." The deaf man raised his hand to his ear. ''Please pardon me," lie said, "but I'm hard of bearing 'What did you say the name was?'' "Miss Dinglefugle. 'I'm awfully sorry," murmured the afflicted one, with a strained and puzzled look in his eye, "but I havn't caught it yet " The other man raised his voice and shouted, "M'88 Dinglefugle!" Hope lessly, the deaf man shook his head. "It's no use," he said "sounds Llike Dinglefugle to me."
A VISIT TO-HADES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 22 October 1914
A VISIT TO-HADES. (By Silas Snell). I suppose some of my readers have their sub conscious minds so filled with ideas of war that they dream of it, and the horrors of dreamland could scarcely excel the tragedies we see depicted in cold print from day to day. Having foolishly partaken of a pork supper on a recent occasion it 80 happened that mv slumbers were invaded by a vivid impression upon my mental faculties of the lurid details of the great Avmaged don in Europe. I dreamed that I had died, and much to my surprise, was beiDg conveyed on ail aeroplane to the lower regions. When 1 arrived at my destination, the gates were opened, and I saw a sad-looking man sitting at a table, writing in a large book. He looked up at my entry, and said, " Who is this V' "This is Silas Snell," replied the con ductor. "I never heard of him," said the sad looking man, whom I afterwards found was Satan. "Never heard of me," I replied, deeply offended, "May I ask where you have-been. Can't you read V' "W...
CLOVER WITH WHEAT. FODDER FOR SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 October 1914
CLOVER WITH WHEAT. FODDER FOlt SHEEP. The value of red clover as liay crop i sown with the wheat has been proved at the Glen Junes Experimental Farm Now South Wales, where the practice is followed of . broadcasting about 101b of seed six weeks or so after wheat is up, merely running the har row over the young crop before sowing the clover. After the wheat har vest, the clover is cut as a hay crop, and its value is exemplified in that at Glen Innes, during the early part of the past winter, some 200 sheep, chief ly eight months old weaners, were fed on red clover hay at the rate of lib a head a day. The siieex) took to the hay readily, and more than held their own on this class of feed. In the feeding, it was simply scattered about I in the paddocks, and the sheep picked it up off the ground. The cost work- j ed out at just under one half-penny a head a day. The only expenses were the cutting, marking and stacking.
SOIL SICKNESS EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 October 1914
SOIL .SICKNESS EXPERIMENTS. In 'an article in a Gemini) puljii^a tion an expert deals interestingly with the question of soil sickness, and des cribes experiments which lie has car ried out "with flax, peas and barley in order to throw further light on the relation of soil sickness and these crops While his investigations were necess arily of a. somewhat preliminary na ture, he considers the following con clusions may be safely drawn from them:-There are two forms of sick ness in flax, "germinating" sickness aud ''growth" sickness. The ''ger minating". sickness of flax, in which the seeds rot away in the ground, pre sents similar symptoms of "germin ating" sickness of peas. In the case of both plants the rotting away, which is probably caused by pectin ferment bacteria is, apart from the question of vitality of the seed, dependent , not only on the soil conditions, sucli as dampness, but also on temperature and the number of micro-organisms attack ing the seeds. With repeated sow in...
THROWING AWAY FAT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 October 1914
THROWING AWAY FAT. Some farmers arc queer. They think a dollar spent for Hoard's dairy man is wasted. Jiut tliey will t>hrou away nearly a. pound of "butter fat a day because they do not handle their farm separator as it should-be handled. This has been proved in numerous in stances. They do this because they do not know what they are about. In three days they have wasted butterfat enough to have paid for a paper a year that would have told them better. Good knowledge is always a good in vestment. Ignorance - always costs more than knowledge. Get out of the shadow iuto the sunlight wliero you can see what is going on.
THE STATE ELECTIONS. MR MINCHIN OPENS THE CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 October 1914
THE STATE ELECTIONS. MR MINCHIN OPENS THE CAMPAIGN. Mr F. J. C. Minchin, who is oppos ing Mr J. W. M'Lachlan, in the Liberal interests for Gippsland North, opened his campaign in the Mechanics' Hall, Heyfield, on Saturday evening last. About 70 electors were present. Cr J. Allardyce occupied the chair, and in introducing Mr Minchin, said that he was unlike many who appeared on the public platform, insomuch that thpy could not complain of any mis deeds of the past. This was his maiden Hpeech, his policy would be new, and he hoped they would take that into consideration and give him a fair hear ing. Mr Kennedy (rising) : It has been rumored that you are a pro German. Is that correct 1 . .'Mr Minchin, who was evidently somewhat surprised at such a question, said that by the time he had finished his campaign he supposed he wouldn't have a thread of character left. He expected to be subjected to all sorts of misrepresentation, but lie never expec ted to be called a pro-German. If there w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 October 1914
NOTICE To the Residents of Heyfield, Cowwarr, Glenmaggie and Denison. JQHNYANCE DESIRES to notify the Public that he has Purchased the Butcheyng Business of G. F; Green, and by strict attention to busi ness solicits a fair share of public patronage. Only Best Quality Beef and Mutton supplied' I Glppslara' .,c&lt; CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO. LTD K!ghest Prices Guaranteed for Chaff, Grain, Onions, Potatoes, &c. Consignors have Received Back 25% of Commission Paid to us to Date. Totai Bonuses Paid, £25,593 492-494 Flinders Lane, Melbourne. N 1 A MEIBOUMME TRAMWAY OFFICER writes life letter. Mr. Charles Rock, of 42 Gfaden-st., East Brunswick, who for 33 years has filled an important position in the Melbourne Tramway and O.B. Company, writes this letter, which other officials can confirm, to CLEMENTS TONIC This is a Document of special interest to all railway and tramway men. 42 Bladen Street, East Brunswick, 2/4/12, CLEMENTS TONIC (LTD., "It was the end of December, 1911, t...
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 October 1914
.CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 Fat Cuttle-3225 yarded. Demand better, and prime quality in moat cases ruled 10d to 20s higher. The rise in other descriptions was not HO pronoun ced. Prime pens bullocks L14 to L15, odd beasts HO LI7 10s, good £12 10s to L13 10h, light and handy £10 15s to LI2, seconds from £6. Prime pena cowa L10 to £11, extra to £11 10s, odd beasts £12 5a, good £8 to L9 5s, ethers from L4. Fat Calvea-980 penned, prices practically unaltered for beat quality, others easier. Mathieson and Davis sold ISO fat cattle and calves.