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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914
Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. fHhi*£9 %J!« i^® PUHE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED oyrw m TEARS. PI m sP^m^ n ittltiMa -PSrss^p W&s&ielsr ssa ps ^^p|p |H ll#Nslk MI&" " """ Pure French Grape ** * u* ?gJSB. fi2 =£lf PK ^ m -fm m \ 4 m*sM iSS \.ii-SAe L-icT^r,- --i Y Cognac st iliiiiP The Original House of jjp "||*j' ST£WART, Ed inbu rgh A STRAIGHT TIP . fit DRINK STEWAhTS I 3-5 i&lt; ?QLS rsded 1779. f% ill'* STOCK. INSURANQ ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH PROM . . ' ANY CAUSE. FOALSTdG RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL ' AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERF, .: : AFTER. RATES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID. ACTIVE AGENTS WAf-'T£D" WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. . AIM'J .Y TO -BAL&ETY - C CO., LTD,, MELBOURNE. Send .9cl in stamps for n Jarge Free trial boltle of Ihe rfe-siving Vitaclatlo It sac.-reds v/hr.rc ilocl-jrs faii. ll froon euros Bright';? Disease, Hytn^jci^. Liver TroubU-s, De biiity, Chronic. !iu!ic-stion....
CONRAD-POWER DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914
CONRAD-POWER DRAMATIC COMPANY. The touring manager of the above Company Las made arrangements for n visit to Glenmaggie and Heytield, when the romantic Irish drama, "Killarney," will be produced. This is a play that not only appeals to Irish people, but to all classes; the natural Irish humour abounds throughout the play, relieving the many intense and pathetic inci dents that are so notable a feature in this production.. The scenes take place mainly in Innisshannon, close to the Lakes of Killarney, the scenery being painted from very old prints adds greatly to the realism of the piece. The plot is enacted in the period of the 18th century, the costumes and dresses of that period being worn in all their lavish splendor. Conrad Power, as Larry Dwyer, is a true ideal of what the Irishman waB, and he most natur ally fulfills all the requirements which so exacting a character requires. Be sides being an accomplished actor, Mr Power is also a moat delightful singer, his rendering of vari...
IE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914
IE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. Concerning some parts of the district :newa comes but seldom. Now this is not the fault of the Editor, for he hue uo miraculous powers of knowing what is happening in all the places in the area of circulation. is the fault of residents in silent places. Will some man or woman take ihe matter in hand and cause the silence to cease. Send accounts of public and socinl : 'events in your township or neighbor hood. Give information, but tat criticism alone. The information will probably 'be right, and the public can make their ovd deductions therefrom. Do not bother about grammar or spelling; it's the editors work to look ^,-after these trifleB.
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914
I (From our Special- Correspondent.) | I The way- seems-.to have been* cleared at last - to put Into use the German cteamers which-hf-'ve been idl;r accumu lating -'barnacles in our port.;since the outbreak of the war. It liass taken a long time to "oniply' with the niceties which nations-which play the war game according to the rules,- have to ob serve: But apparently they have now all been punctilously discharged, and the very useful '* Jditions to the ship ping are to be put to good use.- A request lias been made to have them fitted -with--, what is ' necessary to -en able tliem to relieve the^cbsl storage places of Melbb ii'ue of some of the pr'cducf- with-which .they'are crammed, and wnich cannot be despatched to the overseas markets that are awaiting it ? fr.r for lack of steamers with refiigei-r ated accomodation. ' But the difficul ties in .the way of providing the German, boats with'the? equipment' requisite ror that important department - of -trans1-, port trade seem, to b...
NOW'S THE TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914
NOW'S THE TIME. Wanted young men, for our freedom to fight; Wanted young men, to do battle for right; Wanted young men, who put right be fore might, Ncw's the time. Wanted young men, each with plenty of "go." Wanted young men, not afraid of the foe; Wanted young men, an example to show ; Now's the time. Wanted young men, with high spirits aflame; Wanted young men, who excel in the game; Wanted young men, giving duty first claim, Now's the time. Wanted young men, with brave hearts and true; Wanted young men, who ars keen to pursue ; wanted young men, a cruel toe to sub due, Now's the time. Wanted youug men, who, to something aspire; Wanted youug men, who keep cool under fire; Wanted young men, who do deeds all admire ; Now's the time. Wauted young men, vacant gaps to renew ; Wanted young men, just the like of all you ; Wanted young men, to help carry' it through, Now's the time. Wanted young men, so respond to the call ; Wanted young men, "Here am I," ne'er recall.; Wanted young men,...
MY DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914
MY DREAM. Mr Editor, did you ever devour a fair sized crayfish and partake of a bottle of stout before retiring, and about three.hours afterwards have a seizure of nightmare of the very worst type ? My reason for asking this question is because quite recently your woithy self was mixed up in a nightmare 1 ex perienced recently through partaking; unwisely of this class of meal. You appeared to me, and requested me to attend a reception that was to he given to the Pirate Captain, Yon M tiller, and furnish a special report. Well, I did as you requested. On arriving at the hall I found it well packed with a lot of disloyal lunatics. The chairman, Mr Junkerburg, was of the pushing ami slobbery sort. Immediately behind him on the wall where the life-siznd portrait of King George usually hangs was hanging instead one of "Kizsr Willum." The walls were completely decorated with the German colors. Only one Union Jack was visibly from where I sat. I quite accidentally caught sight of it when v...
FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914
FOR WOMEN (By "Ambrosine") Fifty of every one hundred persons^ who go to public libraries ask, accord ins to librarians: "What is a good book for me to read?'' In other words the choice of reading is, in this large percentage, left to the discretionary direction of the man or woman behind the public library: desk. Very; few. persons,-it is said, ask for a definite book Accepting this condition as a fact, the responsibility of the librar ian- is- great, but the responsibility ot. the community 'n selecting a librarian is even greater. That librarians are selected with too little thought of the importance of their position is general ly admitted. As a matter of fact; the importance that attaches itself to the position is little known. But with the : /knowledge that it is in the power of the librarian to direct the reading or ©very other person who comes to the library, the matter assumes a signifi cant gravity that communities should weigh moro carefully. Of course tl\e intelligent di...
THE TOTALISATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914
THE TOTALISATOR. (By Silas Snell.) I read the following outburst, nnent the totalisator and the clergy's support of the bookmaker in preference, in a metropolitan paper the. other day : "And the causes of it are the humbug, ignorance, hypocrisy and cant, which consider it more respectable to wink at gambling in its worst form than to in sist upon its proper supervision and regulation. These are the influences which block the charities from receiv ing about L70.000 per annum, which in Waiting to supply the sick and .jfflictea with medical comforts and attention, but which must not be made available because a lot of hypocrites in sist upon poking their noses into things they know nothing about!" Now, that's pretty stroug Iauguage, and Beriously sp.eaking I think the leading citizens of Victoria, both in and oat of Parliament, ought to take that humiliating appeal to heart, and use it as a means of bringing the Legislature to a realisation of its duty in connection with the legalisatio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914
Auctioneers, 5|atl|ieson and Davis AUCTIONEERS. STOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP and CATTLE SALESMEN, ISale, Traralgoa, H&ffra. HejUsla, And 5 St. James' Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 2xn. MATIIIESON AND DAVIS will sell as above 60 Prime Fat Cows, Bullocks and Heif ers from leading graziers. loo Prime Wethers SALE HORSE SALE. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11TH. MATHIESON AND DAVIS and ADAM SON, STRETTLE AND CO. will hold their next Horse Sale at Sale on above aafe'. ' ' " ? - - - ..---* _ All horses left with P. O'Connor, Heyfield, will be taken down free. Good grass paddock provided. Adamson, Strettle & Co PTY. LTD. VICTORIA HORSE BAZAAR, 96 BOURKE ST,; MELBOURNE, Cconduct sales as follows Horsks-Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at their Bazaar AT N kwma.RKET-Sheep, Tuesdays Fat Cattle, Wednesdays At CORPORATION MARKET-Pigs and ^Calves, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Dairy and Store Cattle, Fridays CLEARING-OUT SALES'A SPECIALTY. PURE STOCK SALESME...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914
¥©U want « . a SSRIEZ©^*9 At least, we presume you want the BEST ACCORDION the world produces-and that is CKRTAINLY the " MEZON." They cost a little more than some others, but then Well, you will know why when you hear their rich, lull, organ-like Tone, and see how exquisitely they are made and finished. PRICES The Celestial Mezon, 30/-; The Organ Mezou, 35/-; The Wonder Mezon, 42/-; The Grand Organ Mezon, 63/-; The Chromatic Mezon, 90/-. Carefully packed and forwarded to an~ address. MY CATALOGUE ought to be in your home. Send your address for it to-day and I will mail it, FREE. PLEASE NOTE that I have moved a little higher up the street. My new address is LYS 258 BQURKE STREET, MELBOURNE 0ns Door Above Swanslen Stroet. jt ORDER YOUR SPIT BY MAIL! Our* large Mali-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 free 42/ arc of excellent quality materials; the One finis...
SCRIPTURE INSTRUCTION STATE SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914
SCRIPTURE INSTRUCTION STATE SCHOOLS. Mr M'Lachlan, at his meeting at Hey field on Wednesday evening last, referred to a circular from the Aus tralian Catholic Federation, which he had received some little time ago. He had replied that he would answer the qneBtionB from the public platform. The matter had been taken in hand by the Executive of the Political Labor Council, and he gave the questions and answers as follows : Will you oppose the Scripture Refer endum Bill 1-Answer : Yea. Will you support the extension to all non-State schools of the privileges enjoyed by children attending State schools, sue!) as free medical inspection, free instruction in swimming, cooking, and Sloyd work 1-Answer: VTes. Will you support payment by the State for the secular teaching which iB given in registered primary schools and is certified by Government officers as being up to the State school standard? Answer : No. j Are you in favor of an inquiry by Royal Commission to ascertain whether it ia pra...
The Heyfield Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 November 1914
tip; itqaitl, PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY MORNING We have arranged for election re turns to be received and posted at this office up till midnight, A letter for Women, Melbourne Letter, and other interesting items will be found on fourth page. Mr Minchin has asked us to state i hat he has throughout hia campaign promised to vote for a Royal Commis sion on the .Education question, but he haB never promised co vote for separate grants, and therefore has not in any way gone back on what he originally promised the electors, as some members of the Labor party would like them to believe. On Tuesday, December, 1st, the Heyfield branch A.N.A. will hold a n)ock banquet, when all members are requested to attend. Member's pound night. Mr 0. Burley baa removed his saw mill plant from Grogau's Crossing to Rosedale, where he has acquired an area of timber along the Latrobe River. The voting at the last State election for Gippsland North was :-M'Lachlnti 3366, Trenwith 2422. During the past few days ...
THE DENTIST. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914
THE DENTIST. 11c well deserves a laurel wreath, the man who tinkers with my teeth/ when they am out of plum; ho plugs them up with melted lead, and soothes my swelled and aching head, and heals the tortured gum. Upon his skill your com fort hangs when you have trouble with .your fangs, and seldom does he fail; his shining instrument he wags and draws the old insurgent snags, then draws his slice of kale. No more you hear in dentist's room the shrieks of those who dread their doom, of those whose souls are sick; the patient calm ly sits and smiles, the while the den tist with his liles and pincers does the trick. How different in olden days! The dcutist thon had playful ways; he sat upon a bench, and took your head between his knees, anil, muttering, "Look pleasant, please," he plied his mpnkey wrench. It took six men to ho'ld me down wheu he adjusted bridge and crown, or plugged a hollow fang, and travellers could hear me roar away npon the distant shore of Yang-tse lciang. But now ...
The Henfield Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING Last week Mr Pat O'Connor picked up in .one of bis paddocks an air balloon, about three feet in circum ference. At first glance he thought the Germans had been dropping bombs on a number of horses he intended to truck for war purposes, and examined the machine first at a distance and with some degree cf caution. On closer inspec ion it was noticed that the balloon was fitted up with delicate clock work mechanism, and bore a tag with the number 302, the date 6/11/14, and the request that the finder would return nams to the Commonwealth Meteorologist, Melbourne. The in strument was found on the 12th, and w&s evidently Bent out for the purpose of tracing air currents and recording the velocity of the wind. Yesterday Mr O'Connor received an acknowledge ment from Mr Hunt, Commonwealth Meteorologist, thanking him for his prompt intimation that the meteoro graph, as the balloon is called, bad been found. State Accident Insurance.-Insure with the Sta...
NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914
NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS Applications tor grant of letters pa tent, which have been lodged in the following names, have been accepted by the Commissioners: - Messrs G. G. Turri and (Jo., Patent Attorneys No 1, of Australia, of the Ilialto, 499 Collins Street, Melbourne, have prepared, this report from the official records: Inflating Motor Oar Tyres.-llie in ventors use a capsule of chemical from which gas under high pressure is pro duced. To inflate a tyre, the nipple of the containing vessel is attached to the tyre valve,, then a handle is struck. This causes a 6park which lights the material which produces the gas, which forces iitself through a filter pad. The tube which allows the gae to enter the tyre is regulated by a screw plug. This method of pro cedure is a quick one, and it will be easy for those who have motor cars to carry a number of small capsules containing the chemicals.-Messrs L. A. Smith and W. Withers, Victoria. Steering Motor Ploughs: The in ventor de...
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914
CATTLE MARKET. . By Wire, Wednesday, J.JO Fat Cattle-3450 yarded. Demand brisk, and prices ruled very firm. Prime pens bullocks L15 to3 L16 10s, extra to £18 10a, odd beasts to L20 5s, good L12 10s to L14 IOh, light and handy £10 5s to LI 2, seconds from L6. Prime pens cows L10 to Lll, extra to £12 10s, odd beasts to £14 15s, good L8 10s to £9 10s, others from L4. Fat Calves-900 penned, prices for prime very firm, others ir regular, Mathieson and Davis sold 2-38 fab cattle and calves.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914
Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOLS GIN PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS. MAO NI ER'8 Pure French Grape TBRAMDY Cognac fl _ - The Original House^of ^T I^Mf S r T ^ STEWART, Edinburgh liW WW wis! W %2P Founded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP |L| 1 |^%# " DRINK STEWAhTS ! " || | If LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. ALL CLASSES OP STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH PROM ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH PROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER, RATES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. APPLY TO DALGETY ft CO., LTD., MELBOURNE. Send in stamps for a large Free trial bottle of the life-giving Vitadatio It saccecds where doctors fail. It soon cures Bright's Disease, Hytadid*. Liver Troubles. De bilily, Chronic Indigestion, In somnia. and innumerable othe ai!n.-nts. GET ADVI( (FREE) from S. A. PALMER 449 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Vic, ^ Atl Stores THE MLAftCi&I CARD TRiCK Wonderful b.it cr.mc c.^y Nro skill r,r...
THE RED BOOK. AN AFTER THE WAR POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914
THE RED J300K. AN AFTER THE WAR POLICY. Mr Ambrose PnUt has juat publisheii a very powerful book wealing with the all-important question of what good Australians an? going to do with Ger many's commerce after the war. There can be very little doubt that for years paafc we have been subscribing very liberally towards the building and maintenance of Germany's armaments. We have done this by trading in Ger man g)ot!3 and manufactures of all kinds. The question is, after the war, are we going to take up our trade with Germany aa though nothing had hap pened ? If we are, it will mean in effect that we are quite prepared to help her pay her indemnities. Read the work by Ambrose Pratt on the whole sub ject, and join the thousands to-day in Australia who have determined to out German goods after the war.
SEEN FROM AN OBSERVATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914
SEEN FROM AN OBSERVATORY. (By Old Father Timo.) Yes, but it is decidedly different when the romantic lover turns into a rheumatic husband. The dove" of peace is flying high to get out of the way of warring aero planes. A poor compromise is usually bettor thau a big lawsuit. When you and your neighbors all agree, 'tis then the lawyer gets no fee. The girl with a pretty dimple sees a lot to smile at. . Some of us can beat George Wash ington in one particular at least-ho couldn't toll a lie. If all work and no, play makes Jack a dull boy, then all play and no work makes hiin entirely too sh'arp. Worry is the clock that always sounds the alarm long before rising time. Luck looks for something to turn up; labor turns it up with thought and a spade.
MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914
MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. ENGINEER'S REPORT. Roul threngh the Fullerton Estate, Glenma«gie.-On Satuiday last, 28th November, inspections were made of the road alterations through the Puller ton estate to serve as outlet for Messrs Wilson, Hammond, Marshall, Chester, etc. The President (Or Noble) and Cra Horstman, Allardyce, Flynn and Osbrrn Were present, and represen tatives of all those directly concerned attended in order to give the council lors a full statement of the pros and cons. Should the council decide on the route to be followed it will be necessary to obtain in writing the «xact termB and conditions from the trustees of the Fullerton estate-con ditions as to exchange of areas of land, transfers, fencing. The site for the bridge is an excellent one, but it will be many years before the tr»ffic YtanaiiiM tut? cajjcuoc ui a builhuic structure. For the interim a very good crossing can be made for a small expenditure. A survey has been recently made of Mr A. Marshall's leasehold,...