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TURF TOPICS. (Written for Heyfield "Herald") [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 October 1914

TURF TOPICS. (Written for . - Heyfield "Herald") .Now that we are in sight of "the day," it can with assurance be said tliat the troublous times being at present experienced will not "knock the bottom out of the Melbourne Cup" to i:so the language of pessimists who 'aired the prediction when it was found that Bri tain would be involved in the war. True, wo cannot in reason expect that the great racing carnival at Fleniiiig ton will be quite as big a thing as usual, but it is certainly not going to be a failure by any means. So far the Derby situation remains unchanged. In connection with the classic three-year-old event people are still thinking of Woorak and Mountain Knight to the exclusion of all other can didates. Naxberv, one of those likely to oppose the Sydney eraeks, next Sat urday, did all that was asked of him at Sadnown last week in good style, but the form, though indicating that the Positano colt is now himself again, was scarcely of the quality to entitle him to mention...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN STATE SCHOOLS. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 October 1914

? Correspondence. RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN STATE SCHOOLS. (To the Editor). . Sir,-It has been pointed out to me that I did not at my meeting at Hey field make my attitude sufficiently clear upon the question of a "grant" to the Roman Catholic schools. I wish that there may be no misconception in regard to my views upon this question at the very outset, so that no question may arise later on. I said, in reply to a question, that I was in favor of a grant by the State to Roman Catholic schools. What I should have said, to clearly express my opinion, was that I am in favor of the payment by the State of the salaries of all teachers, so far as secular teaching is concerned, in Primary Registered Schools, whether Catholic or non-Catholic, provided that the teaching in such schools comes fully up to the standard required by the Education department. Convents en gaged in Secondary teaching would, of course, not be included. This attitude I might mention meets with the appro val of tho Angl...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XI. LOOKING IN VAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 October 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER' XI. LOOKING IN VAIN. W 1th a stem fixed face, Gib Deverel pursued his way amongst the laughing crowd, glaring at every stand or post of vantage tiiat iie passed, in the ex pectation of finding his- betrothed in close j uxtaposLiou to iiis own especial friend. Friends kept coming ua to .him, when he would ask. them, "^neu anything of Beresford?" in a (v.-viess tone, and break pway from ch-iiti u they answered in the negative, *<iviug lie was in a hurry. A pres iui.^Fnt of evil was upon lmn, and yec do v. hi himself that it was absurd to be MIXI ous j of course she was safe euu igi». She was no child to be carried of!' by a gipsy-woman, ; nd sold to a st-lulling player, for the sake of her pretty ) i \Vhen these infernal races were < <ei, Beresford would bring her back, and she would smile J.er prettiest smile and ask to be forgiven. But he would not forgive her He would show her ior once for all that he was not to be playe...

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HEY FIELD PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 October 1914

HEY FIELD PROGRESS ASSO CIATION. At a meeting of the Heyfield Pro gress Association, held on Wednesday, 21st, the secretary was instructed to communicate further with the Postal department in respect to telephonic communication between the Heyfield post office and railway Station, also with the Muffra shire council re erec tion of proposed trough for watering travelling stock, Mr Huffdr submitted a plan of the town showing position of poles for the electric lighting scheme, which, with the addition of two poles, was adopted, Tiie plan as amended has been sent to the Mafira shire coun cil for endorsement.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 October 1914

There is but-> Schnapps ... WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS FJVE STOCK INSURANCE - 0 9 ALL CLASSES OP STOCK INSURED AGAINST DjEATH VEOM ANY CAUSE. FOALING BISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. IATES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAH). ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTEB, APPLY TO » UALGETY ® CO.. LTD... MELBOURNE. Consult FREE Personally" or by Post I. haye be©n : successfully treat-; ing1 cases exactly the same as yours; for"40 years. Why not take1 advantage :'?= of my r? experience? GOODS STOCKED 1. NEW MODEL VEGA THE FINEST SEPARATOR ON EARTH Where will you find a Se parator that skims as close as the VEGA? Where will find a Separator that is so beautifully finished - so easy turning? Where will you fiu d a Separator at such easy prices NEW MODEL "VEGA.'1 12 gal £3 15 0 18 gal 5 0 0 28 gal 7 0 0 55 gal 10 10 0 80 gal 15 15 0 Write for full particulars, Dept. K. BUCKEYE HARVESTER CO. H 52 Francis st-, Melbourne, AGENTS WANTED. SCHRECK'S POULTICE....

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MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 October 1914

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. Concerning some parts of the district news comes but Beldam. Now this is uot the fault of the Editor, for he has fro miraculous powers of knowing what is happening in all the places in the area of cii dilation. It is the fault of residents in silent places. Will some man or woman take the matter in hand and cause 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, and the public can make their own deductions therefrom. Do not bother about grammar orspel ling;itis the Editor's work to look after these trifles. For Children's Hacking Cough at night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure 1/6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 October 1914

Auctioneers. N(at!}iesoi} ai)d Davis AUCTIONEERS, 'TOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, {Sale, talgon, Nafta, Heyneld, And s St. James'Buil dings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. |WEDNESD,AY, NOV. 4TH. MATHIESC ;N AND DAVIS will sell as nbove 60 Prime Bullocks and Cows from leads ag grariers 75 Fat We (hers Adan'iseiStrettle&Co <PTY. LTD. VIC fORIA HORSE BAZAAR, 96 B' JUSK'E ST,, MELBOURNE,| Ccon dcct -snles as follows HoR SB£-'Every Tuesday, Wednesday' and ; Thurs isyat their Bazaar ^ iT StoWM&RKET-Sheep, Tuesdays Fat Cattle, Wednesdays AT 'CORPORATION MARKET-Pigs and 'Calves, Wednesdays and Thursdays, ©airy and Store Cattle, Fridays f XEttRING-OUT SALES A SPECIALTY, PURE STOCK SALESMEN. Tnmst'Monies to lend, lowest rates iSworn-valuations made : Send'particulars of your requirements. P. O'CONNOR, Heyfield, Forwarding Agent STA0G, liBlUILDER AND CONTRACTOR - HEYFIELD. - -^Hard-and-Soft Wood, Iron (all lengths), Lime, ? etc., kept in stoc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 October 1914

¥@fU wssrst '.USEEON** At least, tve presume " vou want the T3HST ACCCRIMON tlie world produces-and that is C'.'RTAINI.V the " M13ZON." They cost a little more than some others, but then Well, von wiM. know why when you hear their rich, full, organ-like Tone, and see how exquisitely ' " "isr->.CES :-The Cele3li3rMczof!,'-'30/T~The "Organ Mezon, 35/-; The Wonder Mezan, .42/-; The Grand Organ Mezon, 63/-; The Chromatic Mezon,9Q/-. Carefully packed mid forwarded to MY CATALOGUE ought to be in vcur home. Kemi vour address lor it to-day and I will mail PLEASE NOTE that 1 have moved a little higher up the street. My new address is LYOiS, m B0URICE STREET, MELBOURNE Gr-i Daor Asqvb Swanaton Sl-c-3?. (118 ¥001 SUIT BY SAIL! _ % Our* large Mall-order Department has been specially organized for the benefit of Country Clients who ap preciate style, fit, and finish at a reasonable price. Our SUITS TO MEASURE from 42/ are of excellent quality materials; the fine finish and the comfortable yet...

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The Henfield Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 October 1914

PUBLISHED EVEIIY TUUKSDAY MORNING In view of the nearness of the St»te elections, P.nd the fact that we are to have a contest for Gippslaud North, it is encumbent on every elector to see that his or her name is on the l'oll for the division that they reside in. John Thomas Clin ic, who was before I the Mali'ra police court on' Friday last, on a charge of having shot with intent to kill lioy Barbor, was acquitted. On another charge of having carried fire arms on Sunday, accused was fined L3. It is reported that Mr D O'Donnell, Labor candidate for South Gippsland, has withdrawn from the contest on account of ill health. A dance in aid of the* Belgian Relief Fund will be held at Glenniaggie 011 Friday evening. This a ternoon the members of the Heyfield golf ciub will formally wind up the seasou, when a programme will be gone through including mixed four somes, lung driving, and approaching and putting. Afternoon tea will be provided by the ladies. On Saturday lust, to a district parche...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 October 1914

In Memariam FERGUSON-In sad and loving memory of my dear son and our loving brother, John Douglas Ferguson, who was accidentally shot at "The Meadows," Seaton, on 25th October, 1913. The shock was great, the blow severe, ' We little thought his death so near ; Only those who have lost are able to tell The pain at the heart at not saying fare well. . By all beloved, by all the loss deplored, The loss'of kindly look and kinder word, We search the world, how few his like to find, In life, in death, at peace with all man kind. His mother's companion. Inserted by his loving mother, sisters and brother.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 November 1914

Stone Jars Only. . Straw Color from Age. BOL8 GIN TORE AND VERY WHOLESOME. " DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER J33 YEARS. MAGNIER'8 Pure French Grape VBRANDY Cognac USEFUL RECIPES. Yorkshire Tea Scones.-J lb flour (or large cups), 1 oz. butter, (or a tauiespoonful), 1 dessertspoonful su gar, J cup milk, 2 teaspoonfuls bak ing powder, 1 egg. Put butter into a saucepan, when dissolved put in the milk, and make warm; place sugar in a bason, and pour on the warm milk. Ihen place flour in mixing bowl, and mix in baking powder, make a well in centre and drop in the egg, then pour on milk and mix well. The paste should be thin, roll and cut. into i aKe6' place on hot floured oven shelf, ana bake in hot oven ten min utes. Scotch .Scones.-2 breakfast cups iloiir, 2 heaped teaspoons baking pow , e£j. salt to taste. Mix Hour and bafciug powder, tlaen rub in 2 oz. but iiJ ^ a pmt milk, mix Quickly, roll and cut into shapes, bake in hot oven. Girdle Scones.-Three level break last cups flour, &...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 November 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST [ (By "Rustic*IB.") Statements were made by si deputa tion representative of Northern shires who waited upon the Minister of Cua toms the other day which are of a nature calling for more investigation than was promised. The object of the deputation was to have the duty on fodder suspended during the currency of the drought. The aim of the sus pension was according to the speakers, to compel those who had cornered sup plies to sell at reasonable rates. Mr. Sampson, M.H.B. said that never be foro in the liistoi-y of the Common wealth had there been a parallel to the present condition of the country. The total production of hay and chaff in Victoria in normal times was about 1,000,000 tons, of which 900,000 tons was consumed locally, leaving about 100,000 tons available for export. The Victorian production was about one third of the total for the Common wealth. He estimated that this year there would only be 55,000 tons, which, with 100,000 left over from last year, w...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER" XXIII. "AN ANGEL OR—" [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 November 1914

-THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER" XXIH. "AN ANGEL OE " "I have -written my answer, and I will sond no other," said Ida haughti ly, pointing to a square envelope on the mantelpiece, directed to Mrs. Salo mons. "Look here, Ida," said Duval reso ' lutely, '' you worry about every duty except your own. Instead of keeping your marriage-vows, you treat me like a dog. Do you think I have no eyes to seen, no sense to guess? You were flirt ing with Beresford when I came in, and you can't deny it." "I can from the bottom of my heart. Do you know what I was saying? That I wished he were a woman that I might treat him like a sister." '' A capital lead up to something ten der. Be honest, and at least I respect you. As it is, I am beginning to despise you.'' "You shall never do that. You shall see that I am different to other women of the world. Take me back into soci ety, place me in the midst of tempta tion_ and you shall confess that I know how to resist it. I should think it a disgrace, not an ho...

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TEACHERS AND EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 November 1914

TEACHERS AND EDUCATION. The teachers in elementary schools should no longer form a class apart, specially trained and certificated for one object. The self-protecting spir it is apt to fQrm a hedge through which generous and daring ideas hardly find a way. and there is little doubt that the National Union of Teachers, which is practically con fined to elementary teachers, is large ly inspired by this self-protecting spirit. If such special treatment were abandoned, and all properly qualified teachers regarded as equal ly available for any school, the pro fession would take its fitting rank, and bs sufficient!" wide to respond to the spirit of the time. The" present division between elementary and se condary teachers and the compara tive isolation of the Universities great'v limit the power of education, and the children in the elementary schools are the grea+^t sufferers. The surrender by Ovford and Cam bridge of their position as leaders in national education is. I believe, one of ...

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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 November 1914

FOR WOMEN (By "-Ambrosine.") It is interesting to the many women in Victoria who ^re now actively en gaged in the work of the newly-estab lished Red Cross Societies that the Bri tish Red Cross Society has shown rapid and splendid development in the last year, and is now fully prepared to carry out the work for which it was formed. Originally Eed Cross Societies were only used in foreign service, but its scope has widened, and now the Soci ety has two definite branches of work. The one is to be an auxiliary force to the Territorial Army, and the other the sending relief to foreign countries in the event of war. They would fill in the communicating lines in home de fence between the "front" and the base hospitals. It is said with full assurance that the Army authorities have made arrangements to provide plenty of people, fully skilled in nurs ing, to go with any expeditionary force that may be sent abroad. But these nurses must, of course, move with the Army wherever the battle takes ...

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BILL THE ORATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 November 1914

BILL THE ORATOR. [ Many years ago Champ Clark was president of a little college m Ken tucky. He -worked his way through I the school, and finally became its head. In the school with him were three red-headed boys of the Mosely family. Thirty years afterward, at Lawton, in Oklahama, Clark was waiting at the hotel for a committee that was to escort him to a meeting. A tall man, with a red beard and a plug hat, came up to him and put forth hiB hand. "You don't know me, Mr. Speaker 1' he said triumphantly. Clark looked up from his ohairj oat he did not get up. "It's a_ mean advantage," he Baid, "after thirty years, to make me tell you right away which one of the three Mosely boys you are." The man was astonished-so mfch .so that he took off his hat. "You're Bill," said the Speaker. "How did ypu knowP" asked Bill. "By the motion you made when you took off your hat. You were tha one who thought he'd be an orator." "That's right," said Bill. "And what are you doing, Bill?" asked the Speake...

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LIBERALS AND THE ELECTIONS. EXPENDITURE OF LOANS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 November 1914

LIBERALS AND THE ELECTIONS. EXPENDITURE OF LOANS. When they record their votes in some three weeks time, Victorian electors will decide, amongst other things, how great sums' of loan money are to be spent. In a recent issue, the " Age" took the Labor governments of New South Wales and West Austra lia sternly to task for reckless finance. We are about to enter upon a period of heavy loan flotation, and even more important than the extent of Labor's borrowings is the way in which it intonds to spend money. This is more important, because for the moment all Australia is for a borrowing policy-i« adopting Greut Britain's war watch word-" Business as usual," and is de termined that it will play its part as well on the industrial as on the military battlefield. For the moment then the question is not " How much shall we borrow 1" but " How shall we spend our loans?" To the first qties tion Mr Fisher and Mr Cook, the Liberal and the Laborite, return pretty much the same answer, one forced ...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 November 1914

GOLF, On Thursday last the golf season in Hey field was formally brought to a close, when, contrary to expectations, one of the most enjoyable afternoons spent this season on the links, was the result. Although the ground was hard, and against good golf, some very fair cards were returned. The following are the winners in the various events Mixed Foursomes-Mr Tulloch and Miss Cummins. Approach and putt (Ladies)-Mrs Betheras. Gents-Mr ifendereou. Long drive (Ladies)-Mrs Huffer. Gents-Mr J. Cummins. Afternoon tea was provided and dis pensed by the ladies. To-day (Thursday) being a public holiday throughout the Maffra Shire, on account of the Sale Hospital Dem onstration, the business places in Hey tield will be closed all day. The post office will be closed to the public at 12 noon.

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MINE DEAR COUSIN. Potsdam, Berlin, October, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 November 1914

MINE DEAR COUSfN. Potsdam, Berlin, October, 191'i. Mine dear CJousiu, How vos you going along 1 How you vosl Do not kbni to bso me for I like nut your ships. I waa koni to see you if you move dem uliins away. Do not be frightened, I kom for your gootB. Vot I koni for? Vat I van ted 1 I vtints der leedle Bank von England for mine frau. I vants der dockyards, mein. Gott! Take der big guns uwav and I kom at once. I vants der leedle Isle von Wight and her lufily Cowea ver I hIihII hoWvun big regatta, I vant dose leedle places, India, CauadaH, Australias, for mine soiins. I haf seven (Hoch der Kron Prinz), and der each varits van where he can ait in der aun and eat his Leber Wurst and (rink bis Laager. Deutschland aber Allea. Top Dug. Gott in Him mel, you have much more dan is gooJ for you mine dear cousin. But Ireland I vants nob. No ! Der Teufel! Hearty greetings from WILHELM. Jf.S.-Move dem ships away angry and kom not.

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BILL'S WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 November 1914

BILL'S WILL. The following is a copy of the Kaiser's will which is sold at a penny a time by pedlars all over England : THE KAISER'S DESPAIR. Realising that the end is near he makes His Will. It is rumored in Germany that the Emperor now realises that bis number is up, and is accordingly making his will, revoking all wills made heretofore. The will is said to read as follows : THIS is the last WILL and TES TAMENT of Me, WILHELM, the Super-Swanker and ruler of the Sausage-eaters, recognising that I am fairly up against it, and expecting to meet with a violent death at any minute at the hands of John Bull, hereby make my last Will and Testa ment. I appoint the Emperor of Austria to bo my sole executor (by kind permis sion of the Allies). 1. I give and bequeath to France the territories of Alsace and Lorraine. (As this is only a case of returning stolen property, I don't deserve any credit for it, and am not likely to get it either). 2. To Servia I give Austria. 3. To Russia I give Tur...

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