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Commecial. BALLARAT PIG REPORT. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 16 May 1914
bOmniBibi a BALLARAT PIG REPORT. Wednesday. Coghlan, Boaso, and Co. report: — An other good yarding came forward for to day's market, comprising principally ba coitors and young pigs, vory few porkers and forward stores being penned. A full attendance of tlio curers and trade was present. Baconers: Tiio' market again opened to keen competition, and although this week'* supply was not equal in quality to last week's, prices hardened and showed an advance. Best pens, .£1 to .64/2/61 to .£4/5/ to .£4/6/; ex tra. .£4/7/ for 9 of Mrs Cloliesv's, 3 of Mr M'Kew's, 1 Mr Spittle; .£1/7/6 for 2 of Mr Linane's: .€4/8/ for 5 of Mr Cooper's, •1 of Messrs Schellitto Bros.; .£4/8/6 for 2 of Messrs Harrison Bros.', 3 of Mr Cooper's; ,£4/9/6 3 of -Mr Armstrong's and Mr W. Ketehell's: .£4/10/ for 7 of Mr .1. Strain's, i> of Mr T. Cody's; .£4/10/6 for 2 of Mrs Trigg's; whilst top price of tho market was .£4/11/6 for 4 of Mr W. P. Dawson. Good pens, .£3/13/ to .£3 19/6, others from .£3,5/ to .£3/12/...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 16 May 1914
Commonwealth JjglfcBank of Eustralfa HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY This Bank Is open for ill classes ol GENERAL BANKING BU8INE88 at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alto at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, ITobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Towmville, and London. Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted within,the Common* wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposits. Ad ranees mad# against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Offices 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the abore cities'and 2,000 Agroncles at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth* Deposits from 1 /• to £300. Interest at 3% por annum. Deposits or Withdrawals may be mads at any Branch or Agency within the Commonw...
WALLINDUC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 16 May 1914
WALLINDUC CLUB. On Saturday evening a meeting was held at Wallinduc to discuss the advisability of forming a dis trict football club. The meeting was very successful, and the busi ness was effectively carried through. It was decided to form a club, called ; the Wallinduc Football Club, and a I subscription fee at 2s t>d per mem- j ber was fixed. The following of-1 ficers were elected :—President. Mr H. F. Rcwe; vice-president, Mr W. J. Milne; secretary and treasurer, Mr J. G. Moynihan. The secretary was instructed to write to variona district clubs, and endeavor to ar range a match for Eome future date. A practice match will be played on Saturday, 2iJrd inst., and district footballers, good, bad, or indifferent, are requested to roll up. • I
BALLARAT POULTRY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 16 May 1914
BALL r\I?.A.T POULTRY MARKET. T. .T. Lawless and Co. report:—A. small number penned, and prices unchanged. Gobblers made 8d per lb; medium, 6kl » to 7?,d: small birds lower: prime roosters, '4/6 to 5'3; medium, 3/ to 3/6; heavy hens, 8/ to S'6; medium, 2/3 to 2/9; pullets, Jrom 2/9 for small, to 4/6 for forward; Aickons, 1/6 to 2/6; ducklings, 3/9 to 4/; Banners, 2/6 to 3/6; geoeo, 4/6 to 5/,
II. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 16 May 1914
II. True to his intention, Mr. Merton the next day made liis formal pro posal, first to Mr. Clavering, who re ceived it with pleasure, secondly to his daughter, who recoiled from it v'th mingled surprise and disgust. Mr. Merton could scarcely credit his senses—lie refused! he, the owper of hundreds of thousands!—it was in credible. ^ Pilled with indignation, smarting with all the agonies of a wounded self-esteem, he hastened to his con iidante, Julia, who smoothed his ruf fled plumes with infinite adroitness. Her flatteries fell like balm upon his lacerated vanity; her gentle glance beaming through her half-closed eyes, the gentle pressure of her dimpled hand—all told with wonderful effect, until at last, to Mr. Merton's infinite surprise, one bright morning he is sued forth from Mr. Annesley's quiet dwelling the plighted husband of his daughter! How it had come about, Mr. Mer ton vainly ransacked his memory to tell—he certainly had*jiever dreamed of such a thing. But Julia had, and...
WASTED YEARS OR JULIA'S DISCOVERY. I. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 16 May 1914
WASTED YEARS ( OR JULIA'S DISCOVERY. 1 * i "Confusion worse confounded" had reigned all day in the handsome estab lishment of Mr. Clavering. Upholster ers had been busy removing furniture and arranging ornaments; gardeners were bearing in exotic plants and towering pyramids of flowers; confec tioners, French cooks, bakers, vint ners luid, in their turn, haunted the precincts; and now, at eight in the : evening, there was a general lull, j broken only by the exclamations of , the troop of worthies who were tumbl ing over each other in their zeal to I give the last finish to the arrange-1 ments for a splendid entertainment, i With au aching head and limbs i "both weary and worn," the mistress of the house was busied with her | hasty toilet, while her daughter, the . beautiful Grace Clavering, for whose especial advantage all this trouble and expense had been incurred, having completed hers, liad thrown herself, perfectly exhausted, into an armchair before her boudoir fire. "Hail, quee...
WHY SILAGE IS ESSENTIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 16 May 1914
WHY SILAGE IS ESSENTIAL. There are several reasons for the popularity of silage. ] More feed can be stored In a given space in the form'of silage than in the form of fodder or hay. There is a smaller loss of food ma terial when a crop is made into silage than when cured as fodder or hay. Corn silage is a more efficient feed than corn fodder. An acre of corn can be .placed in the silo at less cost than the same area can be husked and shredded. Crops can be put in the silo dur ing weather that could not be util ised In making hay or curing fodder. More stock can be kept on a given area of land when silage is the basis of the ration. There is less waste in feeding silage than in feeding fodder. Good silage properly fed is all consumed. Silage is very palatable. Silage, like other succulent feeds, has a beneficial effect upon the diges tive organs. Silage is the best and cheapest form in which a succulent feed can be pro vided for winter use. Silage can be used for supplement ing pastur...
III. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 16 May 1914
III. It was but little more than a year from the time we have alluded to that Julia—not the bright, animated Julia we before have known, but the sallow, languid Mrs. Merton—slowly entered her cousin's apartment. "Reading, as usual!" was her salu tation. "What have you there, Grace? —a stupid-looking book enough. 'Aids to Reflection.' "Then you are in the very mood tor a visit from me, for I want your aid to some very serious reflections I have just been indulging in upon the world in general and your own beautiful self in particular." So saying, Mrs. Merton laid aside her rich walking-cloak, and disposed herself very comfortably for a morn ing's chat. ' "Do you know, Grace," she "contin ued, "that I have serious thoughts of writing a novel called 'Grace: A Mys tery'? I think it might take." "What do you mean, Julia?" "I mean that you, innocent as you j look, have for the last year been as j great an enigma to me as—as—I am i to myself"—and Mrs. Morton's coun ] tenance, which for a m...
ROKEWOOD. SCOTCH FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 16 May 1914
KOKEWOOI). SCOTCH FAIR. The result of the recent Scotch ITair is most gratifying. The nett profit made was £(14. EMPIRE DAY. Empire Day is to be fittingly cele brated at the local State school, and the arrangements have been com pleted by the committee. MAJORITY DANCE. The Rokewood Mechanics' Hall was a scene of great animation on Friday evening, when Mr and Mrs C. W. Stanbrook, of "Millbrook," entertained their many friends at a dance in honor of their youngest daughter, Edith Irene Marguerite, attaining her majority. The hall was tastefully decorated with aut umn leaves and marguerites. The stage was arranged as a drawing room for cards. The hall floor was in perfect order for the long pro gramme of dances, which lasted till the wee small h'ours. The music supplied by Mrs G. Laidler (piano) and Mr G. Laidler (violin) was all that could be desired. During the &nbsp; evening vocal items were contri buted by Messrs Dan Carr and F. Lee. Visitors, most of whom were the guest's ...
FOOTBALL. BERRINGA V. SCARSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 23 May 1914
FOOTBALL. B ERRING A V. SCAUSDAIiB. In order to just see what sort of stuff one another was made of, the above clabs met in a preliminary ■canter at the Scarsdale ground on Saturday afternoon. The Beiringa team was not the cream of it. and Scarsdale had also a fair proportion of skimmed milk, some of the best I players being out mushrooming or ■viewing the sights of the Golden City. It was somewhat late when "Umpire Stan Judd emerged from the dressing pavilion to bonnce the ball. It was not long before the colors of black and white and red and black were mixed together, and j the in Hated leather >vas having a bad time of it, being kicked hither and thither most unmercifully. iNow and again Glee^on, who was I the shiniug coirot for Scarsdale, put! in some clever work; but he could j not get far when Tim M'Keogh %vas all out after him with one of his Sheffield sprints. At half-time lemons were oil', and Harry Japp, who looked spick and span in true mmpire array, relieved Judd of t...
Sporting. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 23 May 1914
Spoiling. NOTES. In connection with district absueiaiion football owtch^fl, Ber xinga meet Searad:i!t> on Saturday aiext at Berringa. A inateh wi.l also \»robably bo an allied between Lin ton auu Siuytbeikiaie. Tha Borringa jjlayera are bard at work getting in to form. The Berring'a School boys foot iball chib have elected W, CiilE. rj as their captain, W. Bray treasurer, and John Williams secretary. •Someone ha-j been contemptible enough to destroy two of the posts on the Berringa State jschuul boys football ground. Should the boys be interfered with again action will be taken by the police. Mr Joseph Mack, writing from Berry Bank, gays:—'"•Can yon ac count for eels y«tting so numerous in the Woaiiy Yalloak Creek ? Thirty years ago they were vt-ry tartly seen or caught, and now they can be caught in the llats in dozens, aud hundreds iira killed in Lake Gorangansite. It is impossible for 4hem to come here out of the Bar won, on the one side, or the Earn Creek on the other, as the...
HORTICULTURAL SHOW ANNUAL EXHIBITION AT SCARSDALE. ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 23 May 1914
HORTICULTURAL SHOW ANNUAL EXHIBITION AT SCARS BALE. ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY. If there was any need to demonslrato the adaptability of (he soil i., and ;lroul,a acarwlalc for fruit-slowing and floricul ture ,t was fully exemplify at the au uuiii show of the local Horticultural So. Town It 'ii S:ltl"'tl,V eve«iUff in the town jjall. 'There u-.o - i . rL w,u» a large eathyrino : and tJlp Ronvral verdict was tint considering the :ulvf>^„ „• lt' abo,e a,i expectations. .Some of ^ finits shown woro ihkm.;*' *. as f„r the Howe " ' Sa"'Ple3' the .t uontrs- ni01'« jmrticularly ciir^^anthemujii.s sever-il I i„ « rrur",,d Komewh.U li„,iM; ,ml' tho £ "J" of Uie c L '••vlnbits were attracted frener"!'1^tei?'11"' T I,Ianta "on. Fancy work held , '' tf«' " hole L 01 P,nc0 f°r '«• fast,., aest/ie. The children's ">eli(ii'" - for, and tho juvenile-" "m' ' caterc(I 'erstpd i„ t!,Z' ^ ^T" ^ « uork „„ lic.„ r, of tho r , • 'l0 I"'i'sidcnf. (Mr H f introduced the \r., - "«&lt;* «> open the X...
It Is Said. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 23 May 1914
il Is Sail That owing to the electrification of railways causing delay in the delivery of a parcel of books sent from Geelong lost week for distribution amongst tho Ber ringa Methodist Sund:vy school scholars the books caiinot be handed out till 31st inst. That ratepayers should noto that their rates must bo paid on or before 10th June to ontitle them to have their namos placed on the voters" roll. There is men tion of a contest in tho East Riding, Grenvillcshiro ; Loighshiro retiring coun cillors will more than likely bo returned unopposed. That tho weather is too dry to do any good for tho country. That improved lighting is to bo effected at tho Berringa State school, and tho painting of tho resido'neo is also to bo car ried out. That tho Rokewood Presbytorians have completed their choico of a pastor to suc ceed Rev. Geo. Hay, B.A. An announce ment will shortly be made. That groat interest was takon in tho evidenco given by the various parties at the land board held on Thursday at...
THE "Berringa Herald" [?]SHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING [Registered at the General Post Office Melbourne, for transmission by post as a Newspaper.] SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1914. EMPIRE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 23 May 1914
THE "Berrm^a Herald" JSHUI) KVEKY aATDKDAY MORNING [Registered at the General Post Office Melbourne, for transmission by post as a Newspaper.] Saturday, May 2!f, 1914. EMPIRE DAY. Empire Day was colobratod yeslorday at the Borringa Statu school. Aftor pa triotic addresses had been delivered by Mr T. H. Wilkinson, Rov. J. Hall, and Capt. Spiller, a programmo of appropriate songs, otc., was gono through, and Rono Anthony contributed a vocal solo, Kath leen Itoitzo and Willio Davies a duet, and Annie O'Donnoll a recitation. Tho flag was saluted, and the children wore sub sequently servod with sweets. Parents of tho children were well represented. BOYS' BAND. The annual meeting of tho Borringa Boys'" Brass Band will bo hold on Monday ovening next in O'Farroll's Hall. It is to bo hoped that tho parents of tho band boys, as well as tho general public will roll up to hoar a statemont of tho doings of tho band since its inception. CATHOLIC BAZAAR. A meeting was held on Monday even- J ing fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 23 May 1914
Public Notices. WILSON'S, Tailors, Mercers, and natters, 209 STURT STREET. BALLARAT Smart Styles For Winter. OUR New Season's Suitings and Ovei coatings represent the latest pro ductions of the day. The Tailoring, executed by our competent staff, shows great care and distinctive character in dress. Our Ready-to-wear Raglan Ches ters and Macintoshes are perfect models. Our Hat Department is supervised by Mr J. T, Marsh, Practical Hatter. MR WILSON VISITS BERRINGA MONTHLY. J. M. HOWLETT Grocer, Draper, Produce Merchant HOUSE, LAND, AND COMMISSION AGENT, • &C. XOTE—Yates' New Assortment of Seeds Just Arrived. Catalogues on Applicatioji. Wanted. — The prettiest Girl in Berringa to try our New Teas to day. IF yon want satisfaction leave your printing orders at this Office Professional Advertisements. Dr. F. M. READ, M.B., B.S., kokewood. Hours of consultation-o to 10 a.m., g to 8 p.m. rokewood JUNCTION—tucb days and Fridays, at 2.15 p.m. ILLABAROOK—Tuesdays and Fri days, at 3 p.m...
A Wicked Defence. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 23 May 1914
A Wicked Defence. A college poet wrote an ode where in he declared that— The mesage came to the waiting land, The winds of heaven carried the word; And vale and mountain and lonely strand Rejoicing listened and, jubilant, heard. But a class critic said to the col lege poet: "IIow can land hear, crazy?" "Easy enough," was the reply. "Hasn't it got frontiers?" Joliiiny Jone9, the office boy had been detected in a lie. It was not one ol the ordinary prevarications of t^e everyday world, and, moreover, to make the crime more grievous, he had persisted in adhering to his orig inal mendacious statement. "Do you know, my lad," asked a fatherly clerk, in a kindly fashion, "what hecomeg of young lads who trifle with the truth?" "Aye," was the assured reply, "the boss sends them out as travellers when they grow up."
BALLARAT POULTRY MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 23 May 1914
BAIXARAT POULTRY- 5IABKET. Thursday. T. .1. Lawless and Co. report:—A u«o&lt;l supply penned, and prices improved 011 last, week's rates. Vrime gobblers, "Id to 7J&lt;1; medium, 5Jd to CJd i>er lb: primo roosters, to fi/; medium, 3/ to 4/6; heavy hens, 2/9 to 3,3; medium, 2/ to 2/G: pul lets, 3/G to Hi: Binall do, 1/6 to 2,6; ducks, 3i6 to 4/G; Muscovy drake made 7/8. Geeee, 5/.
The Rule of Three. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 23 May 1914
The Rule of Three. "One week from to-day, TJncle Joe, I will be a married man. Yes, in seven short days I will be Initiated into the mysteries of matrimony." "No mysteries about it, my boy. It is just the plain, simple rule of three." "Rule of three? Eh—what three?" "Wife, mother-in-law, and servant girl."
BALLARAT WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 23 May 1914
BALLARAT WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. l'hillips nnd Chamberlain report:—But ter: Prime factory prints. 1/1; lump, 12£d; separator, lOd to 10M; dairy, Sd. Ejigs, 1/5 to 1/C. Bacon: "Sides, lid; middles, 1.ham. 1/3. IToney, 3d to 3}d. Lard, 7?d. Cheese, 7.1(1. Onions: Brown Span ish. -£S. Potatoes, .fit to .£1/15/. T. J. Lawless and Co. .(Into M'Gregor Bros.) report: — Butter: Primo factory prints, 1/1; lump. 1 /; dairy, 9d to Kid; separator. 10!d to Hid. Kfigs, 1/6 to 1/7. Bacon: Sides, llkl to lid; middles, 1/; ham, 1/3. Lard. Sd. Honey, Sid to 3$d. Cheese, 7J&lt;1 to 8d.