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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Do you want to help the dentist Then be sure to bite off all the threads while sewing and to crack all the hard nuts with your teeth. He will, or ought to be, very thankful to you. Do not patronise travelling opticians. They seldom know anything about tho business, but are often bold bluffs. Glasses which do not fit the eyes arc more-injurious than none. The eyes are too valuablo to bo tampered with. As you find articles needing mend ing, put them all in one basket or bag with tho patches, etc., necessary for the work; then some day when you want to think or to listen to reading, get these out for work that will not need thinking about. PHI your salt and pepper shakers by means of a funnel, and save scattering the salt and popper about. A funnol is also useful for separating the yolks and whites of eggs. The white will run through the funnel, leaving the yolk in the upper part. A little table on wheels to trundle things in and out from the kitchen to the dining-room...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KILLARNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914

KILLARNEY. The Conrad-Power Dramatic Com pany played the Itish drama, "Killar ney," in the Mechanics' Hail, Heyfield, on Monday evening to a packed house, and everyone present went home satis fied that they had witnessed something far about the average meted out by touring companies to country patrons. Killarney appeals not only to Irish people but to all classes, and the young Iriob actor, Mr Conrad-Power, fulfilled the important part of Larry Dwyer most naturally and to the true ideal, admirably combining deep pathos and droll Irish humor. The portrayal of such a character requires something more than average ability, and the un stinted applause showed that Mr Pow er touched the hearts of his audience. The other principal pa^ts of the play were admirably interpreted by Miss May Revael (as Lady Caroline); Miss Millie Lnngley (Lady May); Miss Kay Hay Inner (Mrs Dwyer); Mr Larry Herz (Onpt. March munt) ; Mr Max Llevael (Mr John Dwyer), and Mr Geo. Dainwood (Rev Father Maloney.) The c...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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DOG LOVE FOR MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914

DOG LOVE FOR MAN. A clog looks up to man as though he were a god, and it is pathetic when wo think how many dog owners come far short of the Olympian stature, and of being worthy of that mute idolatry. Yet man is the holder of creation's patent of nobility; to be considered a little lower than the angels, and a dog is-only a dog, and can not emanci pate himself from his affiliation with the beasts. A stick is nothing to a dog till a man lias laid his hand upon it and thrown it for him to retrieve. Straightway that fragment of a dead branch be comes invested with all manner of de sirable attributes. J-t is something to be clung to till the teeth break, if ne cossary, so that tho way a dog "hangs on''. has become a proverbial expres sion for tenacity. There is nothing in . the prospect of a walk all by himself to tempt a dog to roam abroad; but let a man ask him if he wants to go for a walk, and no comfortable place by the inglenook has any temptations for him. He is at once a springi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914

Auctioneers. \m\ and Davis AUCTIONEERS, ?TOCR AND STATION AGENTS SREEP A.\u CATTLE SALESMEN, JSab, TmljDii, Ma, HeyMd, And 5 St. James'Buildings, Melboutn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. HEYFIELD WEDNESDAY, DEO. 9TH. MATHIESON AND DAVIS will sell as above 60 Prime Fat Cows, Bullocks and Heif ers from leading graziers, loo Sheep SE SALE. BER 1 1TH. MATHIESON AND DAVIS and ADAM SON, STRETTLE AND CO. will hold their next Horse Sale at Sale on above date/ ' All horses left with P. O'Connor, Ileyfield, 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 HORSES-Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at their Bazaar AT NEWMARKET-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 SALESMEN, Trust Monies to lend, lowest rates ' Sworn valuations made Send pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914

wailf o a g_^ivlEZ©N99 At least, we , . ACCORDION the world produces-fluU t/;nt CKRTAINLY the " MEZON'." They cost a little more than some others, but then Well, vou v.-ill know nliv when you hear their richj lull, organ-like Tone, and see lioiv exquisitely they arc made and finished. PRICES The Celestial Mezon, 30/-; The . Organ Mezon, 35/,;^ Th«- Wouder Mezon, 42/-; The Grand Organ Mezon, 63/-; The Chromatic Meson, 90/-. Carefully peeked and forwarded to any address. MY CATALOfJUE ought to he in your home. Send your address for it to-day and I will mail PLEASE NOTE that 1 have moved a little hiKI;er up the street. My new address is 2S6 BQURKE STREET, One Dsar Absvo SwansMn 2'.root. J ESSSHBjj 0BDE8 YQB8 SUIT BY Mil Our large Mail order Department haa been specially organized for the benefit of Country Clients who ap preciate stylo, fit, and finish at a reasonable price. Our are of excellent quality materials: the fino finish and the comfortable yet perfcct fit of each SUIT leaves ...

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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914

Church Services. Catholic Church-Cowwarr 9, Heyfield ix - Methodist Church.- Mr Tryhorn at Heyfield ir and 7.30.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914

Marriage; BORTHWICK-MILLS-On 3rd September, at Vereena, Sydney, 'Leslie A. -Borthwick to Christian Mounsey, only daughter of the late T. M. and Jeanie Mills.

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THE MAN WHO LAUGHS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914

THE MAN WHO LAUGHS. There are several great divisions in the army of mankind, with innumer able aub-divisions. Koiighly speaking, we may call them' the unhappy, the apathetic, the cynical, and the coura geous, or those who dare to face fate with a smile. If we may judge by appearances, the first division is far. and away the larg est. It is astonishing, as we walk the streets, ride in the cars, or look from our windows upon the passing crowds, to find so many faces sober, sad or utterly devoid of life or radiancy. Chance conversations accidentally over heard, even those intended for our own cars, bear out this lugubrious testi mony. It is a truth which none of us can gainsay, that the incidents and episodes of life are not as a rule con ducive to hilarity or happiness, if we take them at their face value. Sin gularly enough, the mass of humanity looks 110 more deeply into its enforced experiences, and so forfeits the rich kernel of the hard nut. It is rather more hopeful, however, t...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXVIII. LORD BELGRAVE GOES TOO FAR. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXVIII. LORD BELGRAVE GOES TOO FAR. Whilst Val Beresford was dritting to wards perdition on the Bosom of the Thames, Ida Duval was JIB surely drift ing* anywhere but heavenward as ehe strolled through the deepening shadows with Lord Belgrave by her aide. She was not listening to him, not even thinking of him; her heart had sunk in deepest dojection, and her mind was fully occupied with wondering whether she'had been really an important fac tor in Beresford's, ruin. To say good bye to a friend is always a trying pro1 ceeding, especially if that friend hap pens to be the only one you have, and he tells you that it is on your account that he is going into exile. Was he afraid for her- Tho colour deepened in her cheeks, whilst her heart beat fast, but not with love, He was very dear to her, as a true comrade in mis fortune, but only one man had the power to stir her pulses, and it was not Beresford, nor yet her husband. "You are tired," said Belgrave pre sent...

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AWAKE, ARISE, AUSTRALIA'S SONS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914

AWAKE, ARISE, AUSTRALIA'S SONS. Awake, arise, Australia's sons, On you tiie mighty Empire calls; Her. voice rings clear o'er hills and downs, Through castles, keeps and cots and halls. In you the love of freedom burns, That holy flame that tyrants hate And fain would quench within your gate. So, all your children fan the fire, Your mother, wife, and hoary sire ; And shil'l they plead with you in vain To shield their life and home and fame, And guard the green sepulchral sod Of those whose ROUIH have gone to God. No, by the mem'ry of the past The hour is come, the die is cast, Your martial spirit bids you go To fight on land or sea the foe. Arm, arm, ye brave, The Empire t-ave, And fight for freedom or the grave. Sweet is the light of sacred love That burns in woman's lovely eye, That guards us whereaoe'er we rove, And cheers us when we come to die. And sacred is the love of home; But what is love, and what is home, If tyrants rule us in the land, And woman's eye grows dim with pain ...

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FOOTBALLERS CONCERT AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914

FOOTBALLERS CONCERT AKD DANCE. On Wednesday evening, 25th, the members of the Heyfield Football Club I held a very enjoyable social evening in | the shape of a concert and danc«. Unlike ni03t entertainments, the object was not to make money, but to.suitably wind up the season and celebrate winning the Maffra District Junior Competition At the conclusion of musical portion of the programme, re freshments were handed round, after which the hall was cleared, and a few hours' dancing indulged in. On behalf of the club, Mr Curtis moved a hearty vote of thanks to the performers, par ticularly Mr Loftus Moran and Miss Coloe (the latter having journeyed from Stratford), for the excellent pro gramme rendered. Mr J, Fitzpatrick, captain of the Heyfield club, seconded the motion, which was carried by ac clamation. The following programme was ren dered :-Pianoforte overture, MiBS Ruff Song, 'My little grey Home in the West,' Mr Tolliday ; Song, 'Dear little Jammy Face,' Miss Coloe; encore 'The ...

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A SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914

A SECRET. The world is doing better than it did some time ago. We've learned HOIIIO uaefui things our grandsires didn't know. And by the information which exper ience has gained, A number of mysterious things are readily explained. Why did the flow'ret blush unseen amid the desert air 1 Why have some sages lived unknown in attics chili ami bare? Why is reward wiihheld from men both talented and wise? The answer is as plain as day-they didn't advertise. To merely take the light from 'neath the bushel \vi 1 not do. You've got to keep it blazing where the passing throng may view, No matter what your trade may be, v this fact you can't disguise : You'll drop out of the running if you do not advertise. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For coughs and colds, never fails, l/6.

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TURF TOPICS. (Written for the Heyfield "Herald") [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914

TURF TOPICS. (Written for Heyfield "Herald") .according to recent news from ovei the Murray, the Labour Party in powoi ; in New South Wales appears to be dillj'-dallying with the totalisator ques tion. A week or two ago we were led to believe that the "Caucus" in New South Wales was solid for the tote, but it now appeal's that the Government does not force allegiance from its sup porters in this important matter. Each member of the Labor Party is, it seems, free to think for himself in regard to' the advisableuess of legalising the ma chine. Their minds" are not, therefore, caucus-controlled where the tote is con cerned. As before stated, however, there is reason to believe that a majority of the adherents of the Government, in New South Wales favors the machine, and as it can also count upon a fair measure of ' support from the other side, the Bill, if introduced, should stand a first class qhance of becoming law. If the racing public was left to make a choice which would definitel...

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STATE ELECTIONS. GIPPSLAND NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914

STATE ELECTIONS. GIPPSLAND NORTH. The election for GippBiand North, r.a in other constituencies throughout the State, passed off very quietly on Thurs day last. There was nothing to iudi cstte a keen fight in the attitude adopted by the voters as there waa at the last Federal election, and the assertion can be safely made that State politics roust be in a comatose, not to say derelict, condition. At Heyfield, the results were posted as usual, but by eleven o'clock the few dozen electors assembled outside the "Herald" office, when satis fied on the result of Gippsland North, gradually dispersed. The result of the poll is as follows : g £v.on , , 34 64 38 Bairnsdale ... 160 660 237 Bnagolong ... 46 137 34 Boisdale ... ... 13 76 1& Bengworden ... 4 23 12 Bengworden South 6 14 20 Bundalaguah ... 13 22 24 Clydebank ... 14 23 33 £iU\° , 0 52 18 ^embank ... 2 64 12 Forge Greek ... 15 21 10 15 20 88 21 Grlenaladale N ... Q jg (xlenmaggie ... 12 66 Heyfield ... 24 138 Lindenow ... 47...

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ESSAY ON SCOTCHMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914

ESSAY ON SCOTCHMEN. The following is said to be a school boy's essay on Scotchmen : Scotland is a wee braw land on the north of England. It has water nearly all round it, and whisky over a large part of it. The population is 4^ mil lions, including Mr Andrew Carnegie. It possssses considerable mineral wealth, but very little of it finds its way out of the country. Gold has been discovered in certain parts of the country, as well as in the pockets of certain natives, but in both cases it has proved difficult to work. The best known exports from Scotland are Harry Lauder and Scotch whisky, though sufficient of the latter in re tained in the country to satisfy the needs of home consumption. The national dress of Scotland is the kilt, a sort of short petticoat. In pattern it resembles a chessboard, and in cold weather a draught board. It is be lieved to have been originally invented becatiRe the aborigines were unable to find trousers big enough to get their feet through. The bagpipes p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914

SOROSES HAIR TONIC. This preparation is Unsurpassed as a Hail' Food and Dandruff preventative. A little sprinkled on the head night and morning, and gently massaged into the scalp, renders Baldness impossible. Soroses Hair Tonic will absolutely grow hair, and prevents it from falling -out. It imparts a beautiful glossy fiheen, and brings out all the natural brightness of the hair. Price 3/9. Obtainable at Hey field Arcade. Send along your Job Printing to the HERALD Office. It will be Promptly and neatly executed. So ill his friends scarcely knew him and he went to the Melbourne Hospital. A friend recommended Clements Tonic, and that saved him This letter has been recorded because of its great ernestness, and the way the writer, Mr. Holliday, expresses his sufferings and recovery. It shows what Clements Tonic can do. Mr. Holliday writes from his business address, 113 Madeline Street (Bakers Patent Peel Factory), Carlton, Melbourne, 19/5/11. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " I am glad to tell yo...

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RANDOM READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 December 1914

RANDOM READINGS. (By Silas Snell.) "Well, here we are again, hallelujah, as the Salvation Army lassies say. And the only subject which strikes my dull intellect for this week's discourse is the elections-the election of a new State Parliament. On the present occasion this important duty was over shadowed and neglected by reason of the absorbing interest being taken in the conflict of nations in Europe, and it is also evident from the^ small per centage of votes recorded in the various electorates that a far greater amount of interest is taken in Federal politics. Why this should be so iB hard to understand, as State Govern ment touches us more vitally, more closely and in more departments than the Federal Government. In the Ginpsland North constituency, with ?which we are more directly concerned, electors evidently saw no reason why they should withdraw their confidence from the seasoned warriot and faithful watchdog, McLachlan. As a watchdog McLaclilan is not of the furious terrier...

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ON RETIRING FROM BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 10 December 1914

ON RETIRING FROM BUSINESS When tii© average city business mau gives up work, lie seldom makes a success of doing nothing, and unless he has a hobby to keep his mind and body occupied he seldom lives long (writes a correspondent). I have had my at tention drawn to this move than once in connection with men whom I have known, whoso lives have been spent in offices. 1 know of a bank manager, who, on account of his health, was re tired and placed oil a pension before he was i'uUy entitled to it, it being gen erally understood that "the poor chap was not likely to last long." One of his friends, however, advised him to take uj) a-' hobby, and put as much at tention into that us lie hud been in the habit of devoting to the business of managing a country bank. He took up the breeding of stud shorthorns, and is quite the most successful shorthorn breeder of the present day in Austra lia. Not only has he made a success of that, but his health has vastly im proved, and_lie is altogether a dif...

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WHY COW-TESTING PAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 10 December 1914

WHY COW-TESTING PAYS. Cow-testing shows the mouey-makers The best cows in' many herds are re turning a profit of £25 or more every year. It is possible to have every cow kept do as. well. The loafers, the cows that consume more than they return, are quickly spotted and eliminated when the cow test is used. No successful merchant handles a line of goods on which he loses money; likewise, no progressive dairyman will' keep a cow on which he does not make a profit. The milking of cows is a straight business proposi tion, and no farmer can afford to Bpend his own time, or pay high priced labor to milk cows which do not pay. for their board. Let's make the £25 return per cow our standard. To build up a profitable herd the cow is indispensable. It enables the dairyman to quickly get a high pro ducing herd by selecting heifers from only the best cows. In this connec tion the sires that are oapable of transmitting dairy quality and tempera ment to their offspring can be proved. The very gen...

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THE MASTER PASSION. "SUICIDE OR ACCIDENT." CHAPTER XXIX. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 10 December 1914

TEE MASTER PASSION. "SUICIDE OR ACCIDENT." OH APT Kit XXIX. Not a word did- the husband am. wife apeak to each other as they dro\e home through the njoonht lanes. it was a lovely night, calm and Btul, and the air was heavy laden with the scent of flowers from the gardens which bor dered each s-.de of the rood. Not a leaf stirred, not a footfall broke tho silence; it seemed as if here, only few miles from the seething crowds ot the metropolis, the pulse of lite waa St Kayinond Duval, bitterly ashamed ol Ins passionate outbreak, sat in sullen silence by his wile's side, whilst she drew herself as far away from him as she could, her heart nearly bursting with her wrongs. To think that her own husband should have believed the man who had insulted her against her self. To think that this Cis. Deveeri should have been accused instead of him, and she bo supposed to have sui fered it willingly, till Lelgrave chose to interfere. Never-never could she forgive Duval. He had degraded her in the...

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