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AUCTION SALES. MESSRS. YOUNG BROS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

AUCTION SAIKS. MESSRS. YOUNCi BROS. • i ■Messrs. Young Bros, report a fair I yarding of all classes of 'stock at their Horsham yards on Saturday last, SSth ' ult. In all about 1200 sheep -were! sold. Merino wethers made 13/6, cross 1 ewes, 18/ to 15/; heifei-s, .£5 12/- rll cpws, £6 7/J 10 horses, to £38*10/ On Saturday, SSth.uIt., at Warrackrwv heal stock sale, about 3000 sheen were -.sold. Cross ewes, 17/6; com®.' ■ back ewes, 16/5; cross weaners, 13/2 of y' ,nst" a sPecfal sale of 100 horses will be held at Warrack nabeal, and on Saturday, 21st inst at Horsham. 100 horses will be yarded! On Monday, February. 23, at Lorquou stock sale, 1200 sheep sold well Me. vrs,_ll/9, cross lambs, 12/2; 2-tooth merinos, 14/1; others, 1-1/3 to 15/fl On February 24tlx a clearing sale ac rc^coi^Lf °s--w?orak-was-»• uiicteii. Tlnrtj-seven horses, 2 cows PlalU u'ero sood demand, and to fm? £10S,!" Horses sold ke rn'i f2!>' Account G- Meffl,. , , 'lla"ra> 18 borses and plant sold Cult n T"fS(ia...

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FIRE AT HOPETOUN. HOTEL STABLES DESTROYED. FOUR HORSES PERISH. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

FIRE AT HOPETOUN. HOTEL STABLES DESTROYED. FOUR HORSES PERISH. The Club Hotel stables at Hope town, which had recently been remo delled, were destroyed by fire at 2 a.m. ou Sunday. The fire was first noticed by the proprietress, Mrs. S. Franklin. The brigade and other hel pers were quickly on the scene. A good pressure ol' .water was at once put on the burning building. Four horses, the property of Messrs. Frank lin, Perring, Goodgame, and Div Camp bell were in loose boxes, and although every effort was made to- save them, they were roasted to death. Mr. Per ring's horse was released, but bolted back into the stable and perished. Mr. Franklin also lost a quantity of valu able harness, two tons of chaff, and other articles. Mr. Perring lost a new gig, two sets of harness, etc., and Dr. Campbell had two sets of harness des troyed. How the fire originated b a mystery. Several open stalls were saved. In all ei:.ht loose boxes were demolished, which means a heavy loss. Four draught horse...

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SHEEP FLOCKS POISONED. DEAD RABBITS EATEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

SHEEP FLOCKS POISONED. DEAD RABBITS EATEN. Fanners arid graziers in Eastern Riverina liave suffered severe losses, among their flocks owing to the sheep having eaten poisoned rabbits. In Gundagai district one morning . 300 sheep were found dead. An examina tion showed that the majority of the sheep were killed by, the poison in the' remains of the rabbits, while others had died from impaction due to'their having eat'en the driad bones and tendons of the rabbits.

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TELEPHONE LIST. BRIM. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

TELEPHONE 7J. Bannerinan, A. GM. Burgess, T. S. O.T. Burgess W. 5. Commercial Hotel . (Troutbeclc's): 2. Dixon, B. H. 11. Goad, P. 6X. Hovey, P. M. „ - 9. Hovey, J. Jno. 4 ICing, J. B7 v CY. Marsham, D. A. SSI. MoPlierson, Robt. SJ. Milbourne, A. L. 7X. Nicholson, D. TY. Qulclc, B."C. ■ SY. Rehn, A. * 1. Swann. James 7JI. Thomson, R, ,T, - , D. Watts, Alfred 10 WurCel, H. J. SX. WurEel, L. - BEULAH. 3. Allan, W. F. 2.. Oust and Sons. ' M. Couener, M„ Galaqull. 1J. McLeod, J., Galaquil. 6. Pietsch, G. A. 5. Victoria Hotel (J. Rowe).. 4. Young Bros. 7. Bodey, A. H. 5. Private Hospital. '9J McAllister, Galaquil. Mr. McLennan, C'., Galaquil. 10. Lamplough's Hotel. 11 ■ Smith, R„ Auctioneer ' •' 12 Gluts, W. ' : 13. Brennan, baker. .14. Rodgers, .1. P. 15. King Bros., liutehers 16. Cranage, A. B., contractor. t7.: Hyinnd. H. .T., fruiterer. IS George, Richard 19, Raifwa.v Station 20, Broadbent Bros. 21, Thomiis, Vv. c. and Sons, 22, Police Station 23, Marshmnnn, C. 24, King, A. B. , 25, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

! Fighting For Breath. i "My little boy was a martyr .to bad I colds and coughs," says Mrs. C. War* ! rell, Lake's Creek, Rocktiamptoii, Q. ; "At times lie lias been so bad that I ! have found him fighting for breath, i Since I started giving him Chamber* j Iain's Cough Remedy I do not worry | over liis coughs, for I know- that a couple of doses will-give him immedi ate relief.- Sold*iby Hutchtnsou and .Co. and J. N. Woolcott. \ THONE. No. 15. J. N. WOOLCOTT, Registered Dentist, Scott Street - -- - Warracknabeal. •. 'Mext Honr t0 hta Well Known Pharmacy. Maj be Consulted Dally. Bculah, Tuesday, March 10; Hopetoun, Tuesday, March 17th; Lascelles, Wednesday,'March ISth; Woomelang, Wednesday, .March 11. HEWITT and CRAIG LAND, STOCK, FINANCE and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, SCOTT ST., WARRACKNABEAL. Tj EG to inform the residents of Jj Warracknalieal and District that tltey will open in Business as above on FEBRUARY 9, 1914. £100,00 O MONEY TO LEND. Hallee and Leasehold Securities. From I ...

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WATER SUPPLY. STATEMENT BY THE MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

WATER SUPPLY. STATEMENT BY THE MINISTER. • The Minister oi' Water Supply on returning to Melbourne, said lie was gratified in his recent trip to the \Vim inera to find that, the, great majority of- the fanners had not materially suf fered through the undue length of the rainless summer. In most cases their tanks had held sufficient water for their requirements, and though "there were exceptions, the majority of these ' were on farms where the tanks were smaller than the standard required by the Water Commission. The latter authority is again urging these far-{ mers. to comply with its'requirements. I The chief of these is a 2000-cubic yard tank, at least 12 feet deep, with a bot tom area of 216 square yards, fop! every 640 acres of land. The- second * essential is that the tanks must be filled during the winter months, for in summer the water can be supplied only ; with enormous waste through seepage and- evaporation. An area of 6000 square miles in the Wimmeraand the western.and ce...

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Aquatic Carnival. PROGRESS SOCIETY'S EFFORT. A SPLENDID RESULT. EVENTS KEENLY CONTESTED. INTERESTING DISPLAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

Aquatic ^Carnival, j VB0UKHS8 SOCIETY'S KFFOllT. A SPLENDID RESULT. IOVKNTS KlDENljY . CONTIOSTKIX INTERESTING -DISPLAYS: OJIicbrn—President, Mr; W, F. Schic* kerling; committee of ^management, Capt. Palmer and Messrs; W. F. Schic kerling*, A. Perry» .Tno. Gould, and W.. McJnnnet; judges, Messrs. J. S. Wright Smith, A. AW Smith, G, R. Mackenzie, and W. Broben; stewards, Messrs. R. Lemon, T. 0. Allsop, J. p. Aubrey, Geo.. Lane, T. Mann, Robt.Smith, and T. W. Dungey; starters, Messrs. E. Lukey nnd A.'B. Glasson; timekeeper, Mr. T. Kaull; handicapper, Mr. R. ,T. Pear son; honorary surgeon, H. A. .Connol ly, i.M.-D.; treasurer, Mr. T, W. Dun gey.;, secretary, Mr. W. M. Simpson. i The first water carnival held in i Warracknabeal took place on Wednes day, afternoon on the Yarriambiac creek, near the -bowling green, and it was from every point of view an un qualified success. Perfect weather,, a large and representative assemblage. 1 and a most attractive programme all combined to'make the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

Dr. Sheldon's" DIgestlvo Tabules.: Pave the way to Success By giving you A Good Stomach i And a Cheerful Disposition. They digest what you eat. Obtainable everywhere Further Continuance of the SALE OP ©UlfS'S STOCK . By the Adelaide Bargain Company. Prices Still Further Reduced for Speedy Clearance. HATS—Ladles''Trimmed Hals, 27/G for 0/!), 25/ l'or 5/, 21/ for ■(/:!. Beautiful Millinerv Sprays, lovely goods', 2/11 -for ■!/, 1/11 for' lid., 1/3 for 3d. • ' DRESS GOODS !" Prices are the Lowest ever known here. Figured Sicilians, 1/11 for Gd; Silk Striped Voiles. I/O for 4V&d.; Heavy Dress Tweeds, 1/0.for Gd. yard, double tyidth; Satin Cloths 3/G, for 1/8; Dress .Muslins 7y>d., for 2d. These are tfoins raj)i(Ily. Over 100 Pieces of Dress Goods to select from. 'FIRST COM® FIRST SERVED. BLOUSES—Cambric Blouses 1/11, for (id. eacli.' Splendid Blouse3 at 1/3, 1/0, 1/11, 2/11. Balance oC our 72 One-Piece' Costumes to clear at 3/11, 4/11, -o/ll. ' ' , v BOYS' SUMMER SUITS, three ...

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SWIMMING EVENTS. MR. BEAUREPAIRE'S EXHIBITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

SWIMIVIING EVENTS. M It. It 13AUHE RAI RE'S EXHIBITIONS ■Great "Interest was centred tn tiio swimming eveiits,. which]/were?keenly contested.;':. This lieint'-the-first event of , the kind .'held in 'AVarraokhabeal, the' form of the local .lads was.'prac tically 'unknown, wh'lich made.it diffi cult to handicap' them, with the result that those who hacF anything like per formances'were taken care of by the handicapper. Beulah swimmers hav ing had some experience, were mostly on the back marks. However, taken all round, the finishes were good, the back-nmrkers generally getting well tip. Amongst the local boys, T. H. Ilushbury stood out the most conspicuous, and beine onlv a lad. lin is the- makings of a powerful and flno swimmer. His race with the.Beulah swimmer, Alex 'Home (by iio means a novice), when they made a dead heat in the first event of the championship, was full of merit, and'caused consid erable excitement. In the final Homo proved too strong, and won.. niGely, (-Home, wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

W. H. JANES' No. 2 STORE... Special Value for the Next Fourteen Days.—— — Special -Values In DRESSES* - Special Values In COSTUMES;' Special Values in MILLINERY. Special Values in LACES. 4 Special Values In QLOVES. Special Values in CALICOES. Special Values In UNDERCLOTHING. w.;h.j%, - -, No. i STORE. • Speclaf Values InMEN'S SUITS, ready to wear.. Special Values In YOUTHS' SUITS, ready to wear. W. ■ . ■ • '• 1 ■ Special Values-in BOYS' SUITS, ready to wear. Special Values In TROUSERS, - Special Values in VESTS. ~ * Special Values in HATS. Special Values in BRACES. _ Special Values In TIES. Special Values In SHIRTS. Tailoring. Tailoring. Tailoring. Chir'Tailorine Department lias earned the reputation of being right Up To-ftaie, both as regards to Style and iFiaish. Place 1: our Order lor your EASTER SUIT now. 9,:,- ' . "Where Everything is Best by Actual Test." J. Twyforct, Buiijder and Contractor,, The " bailee'V Joinery Works, Woolcott Street, Builds to suit your requirements in a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

THE Fioaaeer . , Journal . .' •IgSrSDLISHED 1838.

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WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT. OBLIGATIONS OF EMPLOYERS. INSURANCE OF SERVANTS AND WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT. OBLIGATIONS OF EMPLOYERS. INSURANCE OP SERVANTS A.V0 WORKERS. With the incoming of the Work men's Compensation Act, now t'uiiv passed, and only awaiting departmen tal arrangeemnts before it is brought | into force, the burden of the employei is considerably increased. In ihe course of a few weeks the Act will be In operation. "Under its provisions tlie insurance of servants and workers is I compulsory, 'and the Government, as ! well as ordinary assurance societies, will .collect premiums and issue poli cies to all .employers of labor. In this respect the Act passed by the Watt j • Government is far more drastic than that introduced _ into New South ' "Wales by the Labor Ministry there. The New South "Wales producer is protected to the extent that if he o:>!y employs four men or less he is exempt from the provisions of the Act, but there is no discrimination of this kind , in the Victorian measure. As an illus tration of how the Act will operate, we may...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

DELAY IS DANGEROUS. 1 We all remember that pretty story ; of the ?iero who saved hfs native vii- t lage^ in'Holland, by stopping with his hand, throughout the whole of a dark, tumultuous night, the gentle trickle of the sea through a leak in the dyke. Had he not done so, the wild sea must surely have worn its way through the dyke, and flooded the vil« ' lage. Similar danger threatens us here. Hundreds of backs are aching, yet people are neglecting this warn* ing, and it's so easy to check kidney disease, if taken in time, but don't neglect the first warnings. Read how the danger can be averted :— Mrs; W. . Tauschke, "Wendouree," Wakeham street, Stawell. says :—"My husband used Doan's Backache Kid ney Pills for severe palus in the back, an ailment that had troubled him for a good >vhile. At times he suffered agony, and was hardly able to move. I had taken Doan's Backache Kidney Pills some time previously, with good results, so I persuaded him to try this remedy. They acted wonderf...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

CRICKET. At Lah on Wednesday last a match was played against Beulah, the visi tors being easily 'defeated. The Beu lah men were all out:for the small score of 20. <S. Dawe and Freeman were the bowlers, the former taking G wickets for 13 runs, and the latter 3 for 7, Lah put up a good defence, 83 runs being scored. A. Sprigg 27, R.: Gould 20, and Williamson 13 not out, showed good form. Dr. :Morgan secured 8 wickets for 41, "Williams 1 for'7, and Muldoon 1 for 11., A match "between Lah and Banger ang was' played at Lah on Saturday, and resulted in a win for the honto team, Lah compiled 130.; Of these A. Sprigg made 47, R. Gould 30, and E. Dawe 10. The bowlers were A. McLean, Blackwood, D. Rossiter, and Teague.- Baugerang were disposed of for'100. R. Blackwood 56 and H. Vaughan 20 not out, were the princi pal batsmen. J. McVicker took 5 wic* Uets for 21, S. Dawe 2 for 39, R. Gould 2 for IS, and A. Sprigg 1 for 14.

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VALUABLE EFFECTS OF LIMING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

VALUABLE EFFECTS OF LIMING. It is not improbable that in the near future far more attention will -be given to liming Australian soils, not only for wheat cultivation, but for general farm crops, than has been tho custom, and with beneficial results. A great deal of disappointment has J resulted in the irrigation areas of tho northern districts of Victoria from applying water to stiff clay soils, which soon get out of condition. They "set" as hard as brickbats, and are extremely difficult to keep in such a state -of cultivation as will enable them to take tlie water readily. The cause of this stiffness is that they are deficient in-lime and in humus,-and the remedy lies in liming and in green manuring. Lucerne, which should be one of the staple products of irrigated culture, requires a soil rich in lime, as indeed do all leguminous crops, such as peas, beans, etc., to_which lu cerne belongs. These plants depend for their supply of nitrogen on the activity of bacteria which are. enclo...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. FINE BARLEY CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

NEWS OF THE DAY. FINK BARLEY CROP. A splendid crop was harvested by a Walleiidbeen farmer, in" the Young district, N.S.W. >IIe had 100 acres uiv der malting barley, and cleaned up 1000 bags, or an average of 10 bags j to the acre. More than this, the bar* ley passed Tooth's test at 08 per cent.; j and was sold on the trucks at 4/6 per ; bushel. , I LOVE'S .SOFTENING INFLUENCES. I Mr. E. \V. Cole, bookseller, of Mel-! bourne, evidently believes that the 1 legislators and pressmen of Austra lia are sadly in need of the sweetening I and softening influences of a contein- | plation of love' in all its aspects. He has decided to distribute among; them 1000 leather-bound copies of Ills latest compilation, "Love: The Sweet est. Thing in the Universe," in the hope that by this means there may be effected a beneficent tempering of party warfare. About- 600 copies are to go to the members of the seven Australian Parliaments, and the re» j maining 40.0 . will become the posses* : sion' of l...

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VALUE OF MANURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

VALUE OF MANURES. ; Will.riot an average dressing per acre of pliosphatic mafiures increase the wheat yield? When the first ex« periraents "were made, which" led to the general use of these fertilisers in wheat growing in Victoria "and South Australia, the Government demonstra-1 tion plots appeared "to indicate that a light dressing of 35 to 451bs. per acre was sufficient—that anything he* yond that did not materially increase the yield. The majority of farmers have adhered to this standard. La ter experiments, however, have shown- that' the heavier' dressings give a yield which will m'ork than compensate for tl\e increased cost of the fertiliser. The results at the.Itu* jtherglen experiment farm last season {showed; this. . Land ; manured with Ihalf.a cwt.. of .super per acre;','at the /Cost of .2/6, gave a net gall* of 7/Cper' acre over the. unnianured plot. . With a dressing of. 1 cwt. the net gain was 11/,'and.with 2 cwt;, 14/ per acre over ;the . value; of the yield from the ; ...

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TEH HARVEST SEASON. KEWELL NORTH CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

Tl!E .HAliyi5^TvSiEAS0N.^:; ' 'KBWBLL NORTH CROPS. ..Moat of tho crops in the Keweil, North district, as .in most ; parts of the: Wimmora, (lift not. (writes a corres pondent) yield up to anticipations. Be fore they were harvested, the general opinion was that most of them would go 10 bails to Uso acre, but results show that-.the general .• avarage . was from .7 to S bags, the most deceptive being the heaviest looking, crops.. ... DISAPPOINTING YIELDS. A Now South AVales .contributor to the.."Australasian" .says It is:- estab lished that the crops in many districts did not ..yield up to their appearance.. Disappointments ;have. been very vmK merous, and .it.seems certain that the official-estimate' will be somewhat pulled * down by actual' results* v.:.\t . first , the comparatively. .. poor !returnsr from; the .strippers- in Southern . Riva-t rina,. and elsewhere'were ascribed,-to. the-dry weatheiy-rwhich: caught. ,; the. crops, at- a critical stage. -,-It h. said that In many, cas...

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THE "HAT TRICK." [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

THE "FIAT TRICK." Occasionally 011 the cricket field ar I guments crop up on various points, land as is usually the'case, opinions I differ on the point In question. Re* j cently at Brim, during the course of i a match, the , question was raised as to whether it was, what is known as the "hat trick," if a bowler took a wicket with the last ball of the over and wickets with the first two balls in his following over. In last Satur day's "Leader" this question was ans wered, and we give the answer,1 as, ho doubt, it will be read with interest by cricketers generally "Umpire, Ban gerang—Taking a wicket with the last ball of one over, and also, with the first two balls of the following over is now generally recognised as the •liat trick.* Originally, when the over consisted of four 'balls, the 'hat trick' required three, wickets off consecutive balls in the'same over.1'

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OBITUARY. MR. DONALD McLEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

OBITUARY. MR. DONALD McLEAN. On the 27th February there passed away at his. residence, "Aviemore," Beverley, West Australia, in the per son of llr. Donald McLean, one who was identified with the earlier life of South Australia: The deceased gen tleman was born at Kinrara, Kingus sie, Scotland, in the year IS2S. . He spent his early life with his uncle, Mr. John Mcintosh, of Kinrara, a well known breeder and successful exhibi tor of sheep and Polled Angus cattle. ■ In 1S47 he came to Australia, and , spent several years as an overseer j upon a sheep run in Yorke's Peninsu-i la, belonging to a relative of his own. i The discovery of gold in Victoria at- i traded him from pastoral pursuits for : a time. He took part in the "rushes" Mclvor, Forest Creek, and other famous goldfields, and when, after a 1 few years, he came back to'South J Australia, lie brought with him a j very considerable sum that lie had ! amassed 011 the diggings. In the six- i ties he became manager of Padtha way. T...

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