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THE USAGES OF SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 November 1914

THE TTSAGES OF SOCIETY. (By Silas Snell). As a result of much deep thinking, I recently decided to start out on u cam paign against the usages of society. In short, I resolved to lead a natural life and not bo drawn aside from the path of truth by any consideration)) of etiquette, falsely HO called. The morn ing that I became possessed of my new idea I strode down Templs street. "Good morning," said Frank Chester, who was supporting, Australian-like, a verandah post under Justice's store. [ took not the slightest notice. A little further on, u lady (a taking little thing in a velvet blouse) also said "Good morning," and inquiied if I had recovered from the influenza. '"Ask no questions," I said, with a freezing look, "and you'll he told no lies." Alf Pettit (with whom I am on very good terms), next remarked that the clouds were coining up from the east, and he wondered if we were going to get rain. "1 don'c know," I said, with consider able irritation, "and what's more, I don't care...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOOD FAEM TOOLS ARE PROFITABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 November 1914

GOOD PAEM TOOLS ABB PBOFITABLE. It is unnecessary to mention the value of machinery for the development ol agriculture, for we are past the stage when improved farm machines wen looked upon as doubtful investments. It is a known fact that the improved inachino will give better results in pro ducts and in most cases show a profit upon the money invested in tho ma shine. The type of farming carried an and the size of the farrn determines the amount one can invest iu improved tools. There are too many farmers who are afraid to invest in improved tools. Oftentimes a better plough would have paid for itself in one season, when la bor was scarce and the number of sea sonable days for ploughing few. Do not bo afraid to buy something and make it pay for itself, instead of try ing' to make enough to purohase it by half-way methods of farming. A day lost by breaking an old machine means pounds lost in the busy season of th« year. The number who buy more ma chinery than their farm warrants ar«...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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Correspondence. [While freely opening our columns to correspondents, we do not necessarily identify ourselves with their opinions, or hold ourselves responsible for their statements.] THE STATE ELECTIONS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 November 1914

Correspondence. [While freely opening our columns to cor respondents, we do not necessarily identify ourselves with their opinions, or hold our selves responsible for their statements.] THE STATE ELECTIONS. (7o the Editor.) Sir,-It appears certain that the Catholic Federation and the Scripture Campaign Council (if the majority of the electors is foolish enough to permit them) will introduce elements which must inevitably wreck our State sys tem of education, which lias cost such a large sum to bring to its present efficient state. To my mind, neither of the above named bodies have the slightest justification for their demands. Why did not the Catholic denomination | first ascertain their position .before entering upon the erection and equip ment of their schools, instead of enter ing upon the expensive scheme which they now tell us is a burden. Admit ting their sacrificing efforts in this regard have been considerable, there ?was no need for it as far as a good sound secular educati...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 November 1914

NURSES of Large Experience Recommend LEMEMTS to their Patients. NURSE CATHERINE KORTING of 176 Davis Street, Brunswick, Vic,, writes as follows (29/2/12) : CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " I am writing about the amount of good CLEMENTS TONIC has done my daugh ter. In January last year, she was operated upon for appendicitis. She was eight weeks in the hospital, and came home very weak and run down. I gave her several bottles of Clements Tonic. It soon strengthened her nerves, she was as well as I could wish her before long. Fourteen years ago I first used this medicine as a nurse and have recommended it times out Q'l number. I have seen people restored to health and strength, and bless the day they heard of it. It never failed to do good. <=l2n*d) CATHERINE KORTING." " Never be without this medicine if run down, with Weak Nerve«« Uad Digestion, Poor Appetite or Constipation, It puts the human system in order rapidly ALL CHEMISTS & STORES SELL IT. Busums Notices. imiiiHiHiiHi...

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AN APPRECIATION. [To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 November 1914

AN APPRECIATION. [To the Editor) Sir,-Would you kindly publish the acoomjianying clipping from the ''Ovens and Murray Advertiser," relating to the ."Labor Socialist" member (us he was termed by Mr Minchin at Heyfield) for Gippsland North : "While a member of the Labor Party and a consistent advocate of liabor, Mr James Weir M'Lachlan is no disciple of the "down with every body and everything" doctrine. There is nothing of the red necktie business .about the member for Gippsland North. More than once, indeed, the speech and action of the hon. member have excited surprint* as to how he came to be found in the Opposition gallery. The tall, spare frame, thin, aquiline face, tanned to a deep color, and the dark hair worn rather long in Bohemian fashion, give Mr M'Lachlan a somewhat notable person . 1 iby. His career has been a varied one. In different parts of Gippsland he has tried more than one business, at which he had to work hard. All the same, he found time in which to become a pro...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 November 1914

Auctioneers. ieson aijd Davis AUCTIONEERS. 5TCCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEl' AND CATTLE SALESMEN, ISale, Traralgos, Maffra, Heyfield, And 5 St. James' Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. HEYFIELD WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11TH. "\,rATHIESON AND DAVIS will sell as i3JL above 50 Trime Bellocks ard Cows from leading graziers * Ac. Mr S. Smith, Cowwarr ?4S7 Acres le isehold land, within three miles of Cowwar-r, on Thomson River, fenced -arid watered. A goo£ -grazing bloc'k, SALE HORSE SALE. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12TH. MATHIESONakd DAVIS and ADAM SO^, STRETTLE AND CO. will "hold their next Horse Sale at Sale on above - .date. 150 Horses of nil classes Buyers will be'present for a large number .ot Artillery Horses and Remounts. 4 to lOyrs. All horses Ieft>-.vith P. O'Connor, Heyfield, will be taken down free. Good grass paddock provided. Adanisoi{,Strettle&Co l'TY. LTD. VICTORIA HOUSE BAZAAR, 36 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE, ?Cconduct sales as follows Honsp.s-'"Every Tuesday, Wednesday an...

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

B?CTEU»aqigE«aassuu:*gjjJn3 ¥©1J wagit o «, n esfiS£Z©ftl®* At 1e:»*t, we presume you want the BKST ACCu?' !>K»N the world produces-and thru is CKKTAINJ.Y the .* MHZON." They cost a little mote than «ome other*. but then Welt. wiH Viiotv tvhy when you hear their rich, fu'J. organ-like Ton<\ and see how exquisitely *thev arc made and finished. Pi'MCHS :-rThe Celestial Meson, 3C/-; The Organ Mezoti, 35/-; Th? Wonder Mezon, 42/-; The Grand Grjjan Meyon, 63/*: The Chromatic Mezon, 90/-. Carefully packed and forwarded to any address. A1Y CATALOGUE ought to be in your home. Send your address for it to-day and I will mail it, Fjuie. PI.nA5E NOTE that 1 have mored a little higher up the street. My new address is 256 B8URKE STREET, BIEL38&1HE Gna Door Absvo Swansisn Slroot. J SSEES SR Our large Mail 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/ ...

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The Heyfield Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 November 1914

PUBLISHED KVKIIY THURSDAY MORNING At a meeting of Llie Hevfield Ama teur Racing Club, held on Saturday evening, it was decided, owing to the bad season, to abandon the proposed meeting for Boxing Day. The Australian Estates and Mortgage Co. report :-The opening wool sales of current season took place last week, when we submitted our first catalogue. Included in same were the following Gippsland clips, which met with keen competition at up to 13d':-CliK of NN/LY (Messrs JST. M'lunes,- of Liy Yang, 11-^d; ADO ove'- T (Messrs D. and A. O-tmpbell, Crieff Park), and TN~over Clifton (Mr T. Nnpper, Sale,) lHdjXBof OK'over Tical sold to ll|d. A^welcome break occurred on Satur day in the sun-cracked serenity of the weather conditions, when 18 points of rain fell. The Monday evening a drizzling mist worked up from the east, and appearances pointed to a good downpour, but only an additional sight points were recorded. Even this, however, has freshened up the pastures a little, and replenished ...

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CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 November 1914

CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, f.jo Fat Cattle-2075 yarded PricpR in most crtBGs mled 10s to 15s hiuheri Prime pens bullocks L14 10M to £15 5.s. extra to L1G 10->, odd lieasts to L17, goo.l £13 to £14 5s. Jiglit and liandy ;£10 15rf to LI2 10s, inferior from LG. Prime pt-us cows £10 to £11 15s, odd ljpitsfs LI2 7s 6<J, good L8 7h 8(1 to £9 12b 6d. other* from L4. Fat Oulvc.s-400 penned. Prime sorts were in demand. Mutliieson and Davis Bold 156 fur. cattle and calves, including 18 bullocks Graeslea .Estate, Heyfield, to LilS 5a, average L12 8s.

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MILK AND SILAGE. AN INTERESTING EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 12 November 1914

MILK AND SILAGE. AN INTERESTING EXPERIMENT. A farmer in England some time ago made the following experiment:-He had a twenty-six acre paddoek of Eng lish rye grass, one-half of which he made into hay, the other into silage, Twenty cows in full milk were then taken, and to ten he fed as much hay as they would eat. The other ten got as much of the silage as they wanted. The experiment was carried out for some months, and the silage was found to. last quite three times as long as the hay. During the time of the experi ment the silage-fed cattle gave much more milk, and kept up the quality butler tlulu rhone on ha;)". Outsido persons w;ere asked to compare the con ditions of the cattle, and thoy all gave it in favour of the silage-fed. They were in better condition and their skin softer than (lie hay-fed animals. The result, therefore, was that the silage fed beasts gave more milk, were in bet ter condition, and were fed three times as long from thirteen acres of land as "those that wer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 12 November 1914

LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. ALL CLASSES OF STOCK. INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOALii^G RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. RATES LOWEST CURRENT. I'LAIMS PROMPTLY PAID. ACTIVE AGENTS WAITED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. APPLY TO MLCrETY-® CO.* LTD., MELBOURNE. ic. E. MILLER! i AMD CO.. | §> -The ® | FURNITURE | i RECOVERS & 3T0BERS, © | 317 COLLINS STREET, 9 MELBOURNE. .'Phones 9278-9279. Large number Vuns constantly travelling country; we want back loading. .-Write, us. If railing, consign to us, Spfcii.ccr Street.. and advise. Stoves, Brick, Subdivided in small rooms at current rates. V A N S RE T U R N 1 N G At Early Dates FROM Sale, Traralgon, Bairnsdale, War ragul, Pakenham, Geelong, Garn perdown, Colac, Healesviile, Lily .. dale, Ballarat, Castlemaine... Back Loading Wanted FIVE RULES FOM FORTUNE EOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. 1. Cultivate and perfect yaur ideas Experiment. The world is eager j-or something new, which, however, sim ple...

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RAPE AND KALE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 12 November 1914

RAPE AND KALE. (From Hesse's "Agriculture in N£w Zealand.") Both these crops belong to the same natural order and to the same genus, as the turnip and cabbage. They are all included botanieally among the cab bages, or brassicae, and the great diver si tv in form which they ? exhibit is striking. These differences are prin cipally con fined to the stem and leaves. The llowers, fruit and seed, are so similar that it is not easy to distin guish them. - " RAPE.-B. campestris, var. Eapa, is really 'a cultivated variety of the Swedish turnip, in which leah has been developed, while the root remains divid ed and fibrous. Botanieally, the two plants are identical. KALE.-B. oleracea, var. Acepliala, is a variety of the cabbage, possessed oL: an extraordinary constitution, and capable of throwing up a copious crop of fodder for several years if not al lowed to run to seed. The rape, kale, turnip, and cabbage -family are all descended from one original plaut-the sea colewort (Bias sica operace...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXIV. TURNING THE TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 12 November 1914

THE MASTER PASSMMi. CHAPTER XXIV. TURNING THE TABLES. The next day, true to liis resolution, Raymond Duval escorted his wife those fashionable dressmakers, Messis. Cutlack and Gilhani, Somerset Plate, Portman Square. He gave his own directions, and Ida listened, while he discoursed; the dressmaker" listened as if the exquisite costumes were to be worn by him instead of herself. .There was not to be a scrap of color about either of them, in leaf, bow, or flower. "The color in both instances will he supplied by herself,'' he said, gravely, as he pulled his moustache, "and you have only to follow, the lines of her figure exactly to make the dress a suc cess." "I quite understand, sir; cirea 111-col ored satin, with a good deal of pearl embroidery introduced, fringes of the same, and draperies of white lace." "Yes, plenty of falling laces on both dresses, and a hat for the morning, one with a crowd of drooping feathers. Understand, I wish my wife to be the best dresser woman there.1 "I ...

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CONCRETE ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 12 November 1914

CONCRETE ON THE FARM. Concrete is the coining material for a continually increasing number of farm uses. To-day it is being successfully used on the dairy and other farms in thp place of timber in tlie construction of lloors, troughs, gutters, . tanks, ditches, dams, paths or building blocks, so that the following authoritative directions may be found useful. The ingredients for making concrete are cement, sand and water. Nothing but the bsst cement should be used, and it is best in a line, powdery condition, con -taining no lumps. Cement should be stored in'-a dry place, as dampness is an injury. - - The sand, used should be clean, sharp and not too fine, It should be free from loam or clay, as. these will tend to destroy the adhesive quality and to re tard >'ie setting of the cement. Clay mixed with the sand may be removed by wishing." By sharp sand is meant that i lie edges of the gra!ins must be sharp and not round or worn off as is often i he case with sand found in the bed ...

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HINTS ON REARING CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 12 November 1914

HINTS OK REARING CALVES. (By a Practical Australian Fanner). In :order -to secure strong, healthy calves; it. IS'-essential that the cow. "be welkeared for previous to .'-giving .-birth, ; She should, be 'well fed during her milk ing period, and- should havo a rest "of from six, to eight weeks prior to calv ing. If the cow is milked too close up to the time of calving the ealf will be deprived of its full supply of nutri .ment, and the cow's milk yield during the following lactation period will be 'greatly reduced. Dry cows should not be turnedinto poor country, but should be kept in good working condition. If good pas tures are not available, dry cows should be supplied with food of a laxative character,.. such as bran, lucerne, greenstuff or ensilage. . Cows about to calve should be kept in ? clo3e, handy paddocks; and if much milk is' made previous to calving the. udder should be cased, but, not milked dry. " Allow .the calf to remain with the. cow for one day after birth, so tha...

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HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 12 November 1914

HEYFIJELD MAJLIKET. Messrs Mathieson and Davis report: Good yarding of fat cattle ac Heyfield yesterday, to moderate attendance of butchers. Prime cattle sold well, the demand being brink, others sold about late rates. Cows-P. Coleman's to L7 13a, A, Wan-fin's L7 IO.h, V. Mills' L7 10s, Fogartv Bros' to £6 15s, M. Davis' L6 4s to L6 10h, P. Geoghegan's L4 lis, Jas Monds1 L4 5a. Heifers Angus Shaw's at L7, B. Timbs' L6 8s, "V. Mills' £5 15s, P. Geoghegan's L4 14s.

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METHOD ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 12 November 1914

METHOD ON THE FARM. This is the age of the specialist and there are possibilities for him in rural pursuits as well as in everything else. The man who raises the gilt edged products can always command a better market than that which awaits the "common or garden" kind. The dav of the small holding must come in Victoria if weare to hold the place we are entitled to among the producing countries of the world. And with the smaller holding's must come improved methods. It's a trite saying that there's always room at the top and it applies to working the land, as well as running a business or engaging in a profession. It takes some pluck and 'confidence to strike out in a new line, but it is remark able what can be accomplished by enterprise which is directed to sup plying a real need, but supplying it in a new and' a better way than the way it is usually filled. A very striking instance of this recently came under my notice. T'vo or three years ago a young rnothei whose infant child had ...

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COWWARR PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 12 November 1914

COWWARR PATRIOTIC FUND. v We have been requested to acknow. ledge tbe following donations: - £5-Mr D. M. O'Brien. £2/2/ each-Messrs F. J. Minchin, W. Allen, Geo Wood, E Pollock, G. O'Brien, J. S. O'Brien, Mrs D. Rice. £2 each-Messrs H. Hammil!, P. J. Fisher, D. J. Woodhouse. £1 5i-Mrs Sparks'Dancing Class. £1/1/ each-Messrs M. J. Reilly, H. S. Tetnby, Win. Fogarty, Fogarty Bros, A. Wood, W. J. O'Brien. £1 each-Messrs R. Kitto, H. Par ker, G. Harkin, J, Woodhouse, sen., E. Hawes. 10/6 each-Messrs H. D. Smith, E. Jones, E. C. Potter, E. Hndson, Misses E. Martin, E. Newton, Mrs H. Smith. 10/ each-Messrs W. E. Rayner, D. Hill, W. Wood, F. Wood, E. Allman, O. S. Martin, Mrs Andrews, sen., Mrs Stewart, Misses F. Wood, D.Andrews, 51 each-Messrs J. M 'Greg'or, C. Kellev, Mesdnmes M, Fog-art.y, Hill, Gibney, Hdlier, MGregor, Cunimings, Miss E Wood. 4/-Mr N. Woodhnuse. 2/6 -Messrs M. Hickey, M. Rice, Mrs R. Graham. 2/-Mrs 11 Martin. 1/-A worker. Net proceeds from two Patiiotic dances, L22. Ne...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 12 November 1914

WEDDING. MUSTON-MARSHALL. A pvettv wedding was celebrated afc ChriBt Church, Glonraaggie, on 21st October, the contracting parties being Mr Walter Muston, of Heyfield, and Miss Ada Mary Marshall, daughter of Mrs F. A. Snarey, "Colinda," Glen maggie. The Rev A. E. Ingham per formed the ceremony, the church being nicely decorated in white by girl friends of the bride, with horseshoes, arch and wedding bell, also the initials of the bride and bridegroom. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr Arthur Marshall, was gowned in white ivory silk, trimmed with silk insertion, pearls, and horseshoe. She also wore a silk embroidered veil, and wreath of orange blossom, and carried a bouquet of white heath and asparagus, with white streamers. The brideBmaids were-Miss Mason, who wore powdered bine silk crepe, black hat and pink roses, and carried bouquet of pink roses and asparagus, with pink streamers J Miss Esther Muston was dressed in white silk, trimmed witli insertion, and white ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 12 November 1914

Business Notices. ODR IHHENSE RESERVE STOCKS 4 GPJT BENEFIT T# YOU. iniiiimmiiHniiiiiiii Now, more than ever, it is evident that THE BIG STORE'S Policy of buying Largely and Liberally benefits its numerous .Customers. "We have adhered to this policy closely, and as a result now when certain classes of Merchandise are becoming both, scarcer and dearer You Ijeap the Benefit of our Foresight. We cannot too strongly urge you to purchase whatever you need for months to come in as liberal a way as you can afford. DON'T HESITATE! Now is the Time To follow this advice while all departments in OUR BIG STORES . Are full of just the things 3'Ou need for everyday use. Our Prices are the Lowest Obtainable. Mail or phone your order. We guarantee quick execution and satisfaction. LESLIE'S, The Big Store, SALE. F. G. FITTON, GROCER, DRAPER, GENERAL MERCHANT, HEYFIELD. ' 0'Where are you qoinq l*o my Pr?ffy.. maid ? v. There's only one place to " go i"o she said. ' I'm going where mother goes -where ...

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