Heinz blame Woolworths & Coles for Losses, not Customers who Hate Them

There, I search 'who owns Heinz, canners..@ get http://www.goldencircle.com.au/

I know that, I heard Golden Circle was sold a few years back, but Bummer!  They hit
the Lockyer Valley Growers of Beet Root,  instant red vegetable.. 

Breadwinners and losers in supermarket war

Heinz and Goodman Fielder blaming losses on the price war between supermarket rivals Woolworths and Coles, Ian Verrender reports:-

FOR the second time in as many months, global food manufacturer HJ Heinz has publicly slammed the dominant market power of Coles and Woolworths for fostering an ''inhospitable environment'' for suppliers.

Addressing a briefing of US analysts to discuss the company's first-quarter earnings, the chief financial officer and executive vice-president, Arthur Winkleblack, singled out the Australian supermarket sector as difficult, laying the blame for an erosion of its margins at the feet of the two biggest players.

''This is, as many of our peers have talked about, a very difficult environment,'' Mr Winkleblack said.

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/business/heinz-blasts-supermarket-power-20110829-1jie4.html#ixzz1WUzc716U


Libya: NATO’s covert hand crucial in rebel advance on Tripoli [MIRROR]

Hired by NATO Trained by NATO and now NATO denies everything. When Britain puts it's troops in Libya we could see the dog biting the hand that fed it. NATO and the UN have become the tools used to rape the Natives of the rights to the riches of the lands they were born to. It's the Trail of Tears all over again. Who will be next in this Demonic Chess Game? Turkey, Jordon, Saudi? Whoever has the most Oil? the most Gold? the most Land?


Muriel E Clampett

Muriel was married to Maurice Clampett

She wrote a number of books, on family..
daughter of Arthur (brother to my grand father Charles Walter)  Weatherhead & Inez
see Photo of Grave Stone

Parents of Muriel
 WEATHERHEAD Arthur hus of Inez. f. Horatio m. Eleanor nee Hunt 58 19.3.1945 

 WEATHERHEAD Inez wife of Arthur f. Harry Coombe m. Inez nee Frost 61 14.5.1953

The Clampett’s are on record in Co. Limerick from the very early 18th century when the majority belonged to the Protestant Ascendency.  This statement, that the family was largely Protestant, is supported by the facts that ‘Clampett’ is a recognised English name, and that one Isaac Clampett became mayor of Limerick in 1739, at a time when Catholics could not hold public office.[2]  In 1361 there had been a government edict which banned pure-blooded Irishmen from becoming mayors, bailiffs, officers of the King or clergymen serving the English.[3]  This edict remained law until well into the 19th Century.  At the time of Joseph Henry’s birth though all the Clampett’s were recorded as Catholic, Joseph certainly was and remained so throughout his life.

There is an interesting reference to the Clampett’s of Limerick in the book, Scattered Light by Muriel Clampett.  It describes an incident that occurred in 1879 in Clampett’s Bow, a Limerick street named after Isaac Clampett.  Clampett’s Bow was a narrow laneway off John Street, so narrow in fact that two men could scarcely walk down side by side.[4] .  Essentially, it was a street fight that got out of hand.  The incident received widespread publicity.  It was recorded in the “Illustrated London News” of October 29, 1881 with illustrations of “Scot’s Greys Charging the Mob at Limerick” and “A Limerick Lane similar to Clampett’s Bow”.  It became known as “The Siege of Clampett’s Bow” and is dealt with in great detail inScattered Light on pages 94-98.  Joseph Henry was well established in Burrowa, New South Wales at this time and there is a good chance he would have heard of the riots. 

A poem “Chalk Sunday” of “The Battle of Clampett’s Bow”
by Thomas Stanley Tracey recounts the story in mock heroic verse,
which, for interest’s sake, is quoted, in part, below:
Oh! murder, blood and thunder
Are the muses dead I wonder
Those fine old ancient maidens
That once lit the poet’s glow.
Are our bards all gone to blazes?
That none will sing the praises
Of the city of the sieges
And the siege of Clampett’s Bow.
Shure the neighbourhood of John St.
Is immortalized by one street,
Where our heroes on Chalk Sunday
Marched forth to meet the foe,
When the baton-wielding pol-ice
Where routed holus-bolus,
With stones and broken bottles
By the boys of Clampett’s Bow..
Then hurrah for drink and fightin
And the sprees we take delight in
And the good ole time when constables
Were rare as summer snow
With John Jam-e-son to feed us
And the Clampett boys to lead us
We'll never want such laurels
As we won Clampett's Bow.


Ancestors of mine Arrive in Tasmania 1828

John & Elizabeth Ramsdale with four daughters & one son…passengers on the Caroline
he employed by the Van Diemen's Land Company as Bayliff/Overseer under contract.
Ellen Ramsdale just 5 years old, later married my great, great grandfather, Henry Fortesque
Weatherhead.. he like his dad was employed by British Merchant Navy..
Those hungry Spanish Pirates ( no one wished to talk to Hobart News Men)  stole or swapped 
their crappy sheep for these wonderful bred fellows, specially imported from Germany.

After a grueling journey on the Caroline, they arrive Saturday 28th July 1828

at  a Hobart port…see Extract in standard print form v my computer..

print version of article  & if that cannot be viewed see


Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 – 1839), Saturday 2 February 1828, page 3

$& January 27.-The Brig Java Packet,
Jsg^ägk Fredcrique A. Mace, Commander, T. J.
Pitman, Esq. Owner, for
Sydney, chiefly in ballast.’
Passengers, Mr. R. Davison, und three others.
On Thursday the Currency Lass arrived nt Hobart town, ffom Launceston, with wheat and other
LAV WESTON, Jan. 28, 1823.-On Tuesday the
Cutter Cuioline sniled, for Sydney, with a
cargo of
On Wednesday the Fanny arrived from Circulai
OB Saturday the’Van Diemen’s land Company’s
ship, Caroline, arriv ed from England, which she left
we learn, nearly six months ago,
and therefoic
no news. She will proceed
ii ii underload to Circular head, but we ha\e to complain of the
nil its resident orneéis,
that they keep ns, ann
consequently the public, wholly uninformed or their
proceedings. Whether this silence is
caused by’the
magnitude of these proceedings, which
their time and attention, or whether they be of too
moment to îecoid, we will not pretend to say,
but the company
is a public body from whose
‘operations the colony has been taught to expect grcal
things, mid the public has a right to know them whatever they
^ t
On Saturday the schooners Resolution and Henrv,
arrived from Hobart tow n.atid the Hetty fruiuSydiièy
Remain in port, the ship Caioliuc, biigTianmere,
schooners Resolution and Henty, and cutler Fanny.
The ship Caroline had been so long cm the
considerable anxiety was ctileitaiued for her
safety. About the equator we learn she was boarded by a Spanish privateer, who robbet! her of some
articles, and exchanged some valuable sheep for
others of less value,



Arthur Ritus ..how to beat

How to Prevent… these are found at Random Search

EXERCISE… gentle stretches may be far better than pounding the pavement
and thumping at the  Gym – there are more in this series… check which ones
suit your situation..


There is Swami..

Heat & Ice Treatment

–that is all for now, please send me more helpful advice#