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IMPORTANCE OF LIME. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 19 November 1914

IMPORTANCE OF LIME. -The British '' Agricultural Gaz ette" writes:-"The gospel of iiinc is one that agricultural lecturers should continue to preach, for the most pro gressive farmers have long since real ised the indispensibility of this ma terial as being essential to fertility; there are ma fly others who are still careless as to whether thoir land is de ficient in lime, and never even take the trouble to find out by small ex periments whether their practice of going on fariniBg without lime is a good one. The virtues of lime have been demonstrated over and over again in different parts of the country. We have an instance before us, of a manurial experiment on a lield of meadow grass, and before the different plots were dressed with fertilisers the whole of the ground was treated with ground lime. The plots as a whole stood out conspicuously above the rest of the field, including one that re ceived no artificial manure, but only the lime. Tn short, one small plot in a big field h...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXV. "COUEAGE, VAL!" [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 19 November 1914

- THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXV. "OOUEAGE, VAL!" Raymond Duval could scarcely be lieve iiis eyes, nlien he saw liis wife allow the Marquis of Belgrave to kiss her hand. Involuntarily he clenched his fist, and directly his guest liaU de parted, hurri'^l upstairs to give her the benefit of his opinion. On her side, it had scarcely been a case of permission, for Lord Belgrave had taken her completely by surprise; but still she was aware that she could have prevented it at the last moment, if it had not been for a wild desire to revenge herself upon her husband. As soon as she reached her room, she flew to the washstand and plungod her hand into a basin of water-as if aii ocean could have washed out the stain of these sin-steeped lips. When Duval appeared, she put on an air as if she were only washing her hands just as usual, before retiring to rest, and he forgot to be surprised that she had not waited to take off her dress He came in, shut the door, looked round to see that the maid...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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STATE ELECTIONS. MR WALTER LYON AT HEYFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 19 November 1914

STATE.ELECTIONS. MR WALTER LYON AT HEY FIELD. Mr Walter Lyon, one of the Liberal candidates for Gippsland North, ad drensed the electors in the Mechanic* Hall Heyfield, on Wednesday evening last.' Mr F. G. Fitton occupicd th.' chair. M r Lvon said that his presence on the platform that evening on a political mission, and in the Liberal interest, did not mean that them was any disruption amongst the p.rty, but time ho difFered with "some of the views of another Liberal candidate for tne seat. He woul J here like to take the opportunity to c mgratuUto the people of Heyheld, as well us the rest of Australia, on the good news they had heard that d»y, in bavin" .id the Indian Ocean of the German raider, ICmden. (Hear, hear.) It had put him in good heart, and he was sure they all felt pleased and proud of the Australians. In political addresses he had noticed that the can didates usually travelled round the main issues, and never ventured near the vortex until forced to do so. It was like...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 19 November 1914

Auctioneers. RJatlpeson aijd Davis AUCTIONEERS. fTCCK AND STATION AGENTS . SHEEP ANU CATTLE SALESMEN, (Sals, fowaigoii. Mafrik Heyfield, And 5 St. Jasnes" Buildings, Melboura I'AT O'CONNOR, Loca^ Agetfu. LAND AT HEYFIELD. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMliirR 25.1 "j\/f A"! :H.liESON «nd Davis s?i instruc 1YJL tea2 by the Equity Trustees Com piny. Qa?:n-st., ivSelbourne, a?: adminis trator s of'the estate of the late iST G. Fitz gerald, tc-offer by pub'ic auction, at t.30 p.m. sharp, at our cattle yards, Heyfield, 011 abo re ?s'itie - Ail! tinat piece of Land, situate at Hey- | ?field, being allotment 4(3, Parish of ; Tinamba, containing 1 acre 1 rood" 1 .perch. Terms at Sale. HEYFIELD STORE]cattle WEDNESDAY, NOV. 25TH. ATI-MESON anF> DAVIS will sell as above SALE HORSE SALE. FRIDAY, DEO KM U ICR IItu. MATHIESON ANOJ DAVIS and ADAM SON, STRETTLE AND CO.. will liold tbeir next Horse Sale at Sale on above date. All horses left with P. O'Connor, Heyfield, will be taken down free. Good grass paddock...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 19 November 1914

¥OU WIS Bit a e a 5®[1EZ@W^ At least, we presume you want the BEST ACCORDION" the world produces-and that is CKKTAINLY the " MIv/.ON." They cost n litLls more than, some others, but then- Well, tcu wili know why when you hear their rich, full. or^ati-like Tone, and see how exquisitely th^ry are j:;ai:e and finished. W>RICES The Celestial Mezoti, 50/-; The Orgati .Mczon, 35/-; The Wonder Mezon, 42/-; The Grand Or^nn Jlezon, 63/-; The Chromatic Meson, SO/-. Caicfu'Iv pr.cked'cfr.d forwarded to any address. « r A \Y CATALOG US ought to be in your home. Send vour address lor it to-day and I will iu3il it, FREE. PLEA5S NOT2 that 1 have moved a little higher up the street. My new address is 2m Bournes* STREET, pmsounNi;. One Dear A'jovo Swaitslan Glros!. 01IE1Y9U1 SUIT BY MAIL? Our large Mail order Department has been specially organized for the benefit of Country Clients who ap preciate style, ftt, and finish at a reasonable price. Out* are of excellent quality materials; the fine fin...

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TELEPHONE TO LICOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 19 November 1914

TELEPHONE TO LIOOLA. At the last Maffra shire council meeting, Mr A. Newman said it was the intention of the residents of Licola to endeavor to obtain telephone service for Licola, and they would like the co-operation of the council in the matter. Or Horstman: You will have no difficulty in obtaining a service if you are prepared to contribute to the cost. Mr .Newman : We don't want to have to contribute anything like the amount which the department formerly asked us for. They wanted L300, or the equivalent in material. We are prepared to meet any reasonable re quest. We are convinced that if the council will co operate with us we will get the service, and would suggest the council arrange a deputation. Or Horstman moved, Cr Osborn seconded-That the council co-operate with the residents of Licola and Glen fatloch in obtaining n telephone service, mid that a deputation be arranged. Cm ried.

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The Heyfield Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 19 November 1914

fit Ifqaltl, PlJBLISHKD EVKUY THURSDAY MORNING Wb have arranged (or election re tuniH to be received and posted sit this . tiiee up till midnight, on Thursday, 26 h. We anticipate receiving the firm wires shortly after 9 p.m., but where there are more than two candidates returns will be later in coining to hand, owing to the extra time entailed by the preferential vote. When replying to the question eliould hotels close at the saiuo hour us other business places, Mr Lyon, at his meet ing at- Hey field, related the following story "In Scot-hind the custom once was for hotejs to close at 11.30, but now they close at 10 o'clock. Two Scotchmen were discussing the question in the street one day, when ovi- said to the other, 'Don't you think it a shame, Donald, if they close the hotels at 10 j o'clock?' 'Not at all, mon,' replied the other; 'if a mon canna get drunk by ten o'clock lie's no try in'." At the last meeting of the Maffra shire council, the .plan in connection with the electric...

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BEAUTY SPOTS IN OUR MOUNTAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 19 November 1914

BEAUTY SPOTS IN OUK MOUNTAINS. LECTURE BY MR WAUGII. On Thursday evening Inst, in the Mechanics' Hall, He\ field, Mr Waugh, of Mafira, gave a very interesting and descriptive lecture, with limelight views, on the sceneiy in our mountains, At the outset Mr Waugh said that they must not take the few remarks he would make as a lecture, and jocularly remarked that "a man's wife usually tells her husband the truth, and his wife had told him that he could take photos all right, lint he couldn't lecture for nuts." However, be that as it may, Mr Waugh made the entertainment decidedly interesting and instructive, and it is a great pity chat a larger number did not avail themSelvfB of the opportunity of learn ing something of the grands ceneiy and many beauty spots in their district-a privilege it may not again he their good fortune to have. The first set of views gave those present some idei of the scenery along the Moroka Valley road and the Avon Biver, which, Mr Waugh remaiked, was not as ...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXVII. "GOOD-BYE, SWEETHEART, GOOD-BYE." [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914

THE .MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXVII. ' GOOD-BYE, SWEETHEART, . GOOD-BYE." The sun had long ago sauk to rest be hind the towers of Windsor, and even ing was slowly drawing her veil over the panting earth. The day ofw^ was over, and the labourers had lett the fields and-gone home to /the quiet o ' their cottages. A soft mist hung ovei the valley, where ilie ros^ were bathed in refreshing dews, and every tassel of the bluebell was made into a fairy goD |cfc ' *' " The river seemed to be half asleep, waiting to be waked into shining silver by the first raoonbeani; but the sound of its waters was pleasant to the ear, and those who were tired with the miii round of, pleasure, or literary labour, were flad.to sit still and be quiet, with '.oftei-0 thoughts, for which they gener ally had no time, thronging through heart and brain. Suddenly the twilight lied before the liaht of' inanv lamps, and the stillness was broken bv the notes of a waltz emerging from a clump of evergreens, behind which...

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POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914

POULTRY. Always shield the drinking- watct from the rays of the sun. Make fowls stretch for every grain they eat, and they will bo healthy. Wheat or barley is one of the best foods to give to a sitting- hen. Ilalf-an-ounco of freshly cut green bone per day will do wonders ir bringing a hen on to lay. When taking a hen off the nest, al ways make sure that' she is not holding any eggs under her wings. The nest for a hen should be made in a quiet corner, and, if possible, screened off from the other birds. .Sitting hens should be removed from the nest for fifteen minutes each day. Take care not t'o overfeed fowls, each, bird should have about one handful. Buff Orpingtons make splendid mothers, and will often chase away cats or dogs from their chicks. Dq not make the mistake of over crowding. You will get much better results if you give the birds plenty of room. Bury all food under a lot of straw ami they will be always scratching about with the hope of finding an other grain. It is a m...

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Correspondettce. LIBERAL APATHY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914

Co rrespondettce. LIBERAL APATHY. (Jo the Editor.) Sir,-Unless the Liberal electors in the country electorates bestir them selves, the farming and pastoral dis tricts may come under the despotic sway of city enthusiasts who fancy they know how to create a rural paradise. There is no limit to the assurance of these men; they will have no h«lf measures; they are more fiercely op posed to the Liberal who goes with them in regard to nine out of ten planks on their platform than to the Conservative who is opposed to them at every point. The individual is to have no option of his own on any matter. Till the other day, Mr King O'Malley and a host of Lnborites were for ever vauuting that they were fincal Atheists A vote in Caucus and they become all high duty men. In the management 'of their own aSairs Laborites adopt the Preferential vote, in private they praise it, in public no Laborite dare advocate it under pain of sharing the fate of Mr Smith, of Ben digo Went, whose candidature was pu...

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TURF TOPICS. (Written for Heyfield "Herald") [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914

TURF TOPICS. (Written for Heyfield "Herald") This week the most important busi ness for Turf folk is the Bendigo meet ing-... This fixture always attracts lib eral support from the metropolis, both in men ami horses. Without. this pa ' troiiage things would go hard with Ben digo in a racing sense. The B.T.C. has the advantage of a clear two days with out opposition from the suburban . clubs, livery country course is not so fortunate, and thus as pointed out re peatedly, before many of the provincial clubs lind it difficult to pull along in the , face of city competition. [ One of the most welcome items of re i cent news is that "the tote" is now considered almost a certainty in New L South Wales. The Holman Govern l incut is in need of revenue, and the totalisator is one means of raising the | wind. A 2% per cent. State tax on the betting turnover in New South Wales would total up into quite a re- | spectable total at the end of the year. No Government faced with a financial problem...

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HOW WILL THE LAST MAM [?]E? [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914

HOW WILL THE LAST MAM DJE 1 Astronomers say that the day xmist conic when this earth will, like moon, wheel through the heavens' a dead qnd barren ball of matter-air less, waterless, lifeless. But long, long before that time man will be extinct, will have dis appeared so utterly that not so much as the blackened skeleton of a human being will be visibfe on alll the mil lions of square miles of the surfaca of the planet. Unless, by some huge and universal -aUiclysm the whole race is swept at ..into eterni; .1 ..s but reason able to suppose -at, man, like anj other race of animals, will disappeai slowly, ariiri eventually there will bf but a single human being left-somi old, old man, grey-haired and beard ed, and (eft to wander alone in a solitude that may be imagined bu< not described. How will he die, the last relic ol the teeming millions that once trans formed the face of the globe and ruled undisputed masters of every other living thing ? There are mr.ny fates that may...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914

Nerw®i Mr. P. R. MILES, a well-known Interstate Traveller, REPRESENTING ONE OF THE ' LARGEST COMMERCIAL FIRMS IN AUSTRALASIA, WRITES A REMARKABLE LETTER TO CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., IN WHICH HE DRAWS THE PUBLIC ATTENTION TO HIS WONDERFUL RECOVERY TO HEALTH AFTER ALL MEDI CINES FAILED HIM. MR. MILES EMPHATICALLY DECLARES HE CONSIDERS THIS TONIC THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD, BECAUSE HE KNOWS WHAT IT DID FOR HIM AND FOR HIS SYDNEY FRIEND WHO ADVISED HIM TO TAKE IT, AND WHOM IT CURED OF RHEUMATISM AFTER HE HAD BEEN CON SIDERED INCURABLE. READ THIS LETTER-IT IS GOOD READING FOR THOSE WHO DESIRE TO REGAIN HEALTH. Commercial Travellers* Club. Moore St., Sydney. 3/4/13, CL.SMENTS TONIC LTD., " For years I suffered from CHRONIC INDIGESTION and DEBILITY, and, as my profession is one involving very strenuous duties in the interests of one of the largest international firms represented in Australia, at times I found it very difficult, on account of ill-health, to perforin those duties, satisfactorily t...

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PROFITABLE AND UNPROFITABLE COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914

PROFITABLE AP2D UNPROFIT ABLE GOV/S. Only a rich man can afford to keep unprofitable cows. Sometimes it' is said that a'man, i.nless he is well-off, cannot afford to own good cows., but that is not true. If lie can afford to own any, he can afford to own the best. The man who refuses to .take the necessary steps to"secure a good cow. must work double time to get any profit ,and wait years .before he can breed up1 to a higher, standard. It has to be realised at the beginning that it is better to put all the money in hair n dozen good cows, than in a d07.cn inferior ones. The profits, of dairying depend ontirely upon the cows and the system of raising feed and gving it to the animals.' *It has been proved that good,' not fancy bred, cows' have made £10 profit per year, net for their own-, ers. after the cost of feed had been de ducted, and all other charges. If one good cow will make that profit, a herd of 10 or 20 should net a fairly good income. This can be done in almost any region...

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CURSE OF ACCUMULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914

CURSE OF ACCUMULAT.'ON. Did you ever see a mau'a desk piled high with panel's and things, the pigeon holes crammed full and running over? Do you know what the trouble in 1 It is this : He keeps a lot of things he ought to put in the Waste paper basket Ho keeps them because he thinks he will want them some day, and is afraid lo throw them away. If he would look squarely at every paper that conies to his desk, and decide then and there as to its actual value, he could throw away a great deal of stuff and never miss it. Few causes contribute so much to encourage a habit of indecision an keeping old things because you don't want to make up your mind to dispose of them. A1 man who saves a lot of old rubbish gets stopped up mentally, because every paper he puts away has a thought in his mind to correspond ?with it, which says, "Some day I'm going to do something with that paper." An accumulation of such intentions is not wholesome.

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A SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914

A SECRET. The world is doing better than ib did some time ago. We've learned some useful things our grandsires didn't know. And by the information which exper ience lias gained, A. number of mysterious things are readily explained. Why did the flow'ret blush unseen amid the desert air 1 Why have BOme sages lived unknown in attics chill and bare1? Why is reward withheld from men both. talented and wise? The answer is as plain as day--they didn't advertise. To merely take the light from 'neatl* the bushel wi'l not do. You've got to keep it blazing where the passing throng may view, No matter what your trade may be,. this fact you can't disguise : You'll drop out of the running if you do not advertise.

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NEW INVENTICNS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914

HEW {fiVENTICNS. Applications 'for grant of letters pa tent,' wM'ch have been lodged in tlic following names I'avo. been accepted' by the'Commissioner-r'-"! Messrs. G. G. Tumi, and .Co.., patent attorneys i?b.~T, of 'A'ustraliii," of the Bialto, 499 Collins Street Melbourne, have prepared, this report from the official records.- . Improved. Incubator 1-An incubator of the water heated type provides a circulatory . system immediately above tlie egg drawers, the pipes 'being, of tapering rectangular section.-Mr. J. F. Billon, South Australia. Supports for Ladders.-To give side j support to ladders two struts are clamp ed at their top ends to a rung of the ladder, while chains connect the side bars of tiie ladder to. bolts near the feet of the struts, thus limiting the lateral movement of the struts.-Mr. ! A. J. Le-Vey, England'. _ Resilient Tyre.-A cover laced "to j the felloe is expanded by a scries of radial helical springs, each of which passes through a hole in an adjacant curved ...

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CLAUSE 69. DEFENDED BY MR McLACHLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914

CLAUSE 69. DEFENDED BY MR McLACH LAN. Speaking at Heyfield on Wednesday evening last to a good audience, Mi' J. W. M'Laclilan, M.Ll,, said he was a strong supporter of Clause 69 of the Land Act. In the early days of hind settlement .in Victoria no provision was made to keep the people on the land, and to-day the Government was jiaying the penalty of its misdeeds. Ciause 69 provided that the purchaser of any selection must ive on the land for a specified time, and in the event of the land being sold the new pur chaser had to carry out the same regu lations as the former occupier. This was, the speaker thought, a reasonable proposal. j.I uie clause were struck oat, depopulation would foliow, and the blocks would return to grazing areas. Clause 39 was inserted to knep the people on the land, as all previous at tempts in this direction had failed. Victoria's empty spaces had to be filled up, otherwise they could not hope to hold the country, and if public men were to give way wherever p...

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CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914

CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 Fat Cattle-3050 yarded. Demand brisk and prices generally 10a higher. Prime perm bullocks £14 15s to L16 15a, extra to £1S 5s, odd beaBts higher, good L12 15s to L14 10s, light and handy LIO to LI 2 10s, second and in faiior from £6. Best pens of cows LIO' to Lll, odd beasts higher, good L8 10a to L9 10s, others from £4. Fat Calves-S00 penned, prices generally slightly better. Matliieson and Davis sold 222 fuD cattle and oalves.

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