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POLITICAL AFFAIRS. THE BENAMBRA CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914

POLITICAL AFFAIRS. THE BEN'AM BRA CONTEST. The Premier (Mr. Watt) expressed pleasure on learning that Mr. J. "W. Leckie (Liberal) had defeated -Mr. Wright (Labor) for the ; Benambra seat. "■Ministers," he said, "felt that Mr. Leckie, who did not live in the district, in meeting Mr. "Wright, a very old resident, had a heavy task, and it was rendered the more diffi cult when th« holidays interfered with the work and interest of the election. However, the people of Benambra are apparently solid for. Liberal princi ples, and T think a victory of about •<00 under the circumstances is a most decisive one. I am sure Mr. Leckie will be an acquisition to the party. Me is vory sincere with public prob lems, and he is a sober-minded and .jarnest Liberal." ■DECORATION HEFUSBD. Mr. J. iM. DaVies, president of the Legislative Council, refused the New Year honor in the form of a Knight Bachelorship, on the ground that it was unworthy of his office. Sir Wm. Zeal, when president, did the ...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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DROWNING FATALATIES POINT LONSDALE SENSATION [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914

DROWNING - KATAXATIKft POINT LONSDALE SENSAT.IOlf breakers and a.fiphl. for 1 ij'e ins over half an .hour.. ;Mlss >Iay Hunter., o.C.Mtt.h'<?r»r< and athlete, Mr. W. Seabrook, of tli suburb, were, drowned at mit Saturday at Point Lonsdale, ocean beach, in most drama citmstances; The ocean . Point Lonsdale has always be sidered "extremely- dangerous 1 ers, by reason of the treacher dertow, the breakers, .and the 1 of floating .-ieaweed. Within sif?ht of 40 or-50 bat I Slwood beach at 11. a.m. on Sa J Mrs, Ellen Daly., , asod 33, of -Urcfe wick, collapscd '-Av.hile learning |{ swim, and she died in a few mining At the time the "woman was onlyM yards from' the shore, and in wag which' barely reached to the shoulfc of iier-liusband, who jvas .bath!n« vfe her.

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AGRICULTURAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914

AGRICULTURAL NEWS. ! Sheep in lamb's clothing. A solicit I tor asked a witness at Grenewich what mutton was, and the witness—a but cher—replied, "Old female sheep dressed up as a young lamb." The magistrate added, "If it's covered witli flour itte a penny a pound more." Algeria is one of the few countries increasing its output of barley. The 1913 crop is put at 00,627,000 bushels. This is. nothing very large in' itself, but it is a marked increase on previous years, and as in 1912 Algeria was self supporting with '24,574,000 bushels, an appreciable surplus for export seems to be shown. The first, prize for the best bushel of wheat In open competition with the farmer.s of the..,world, . offered at the International Dry Farming 'Exhibltloii,' held at Tulsa,' Oklahoma (U.S.A.), was won by a farmer residing-at Allan, Saskatchewan, on the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. His exhibit was of Marquis wheat, and totalled. 711bs. to the bushel.• Tnere is no one wav on the farm In which money can ...

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VOTING BY POST. STATE ELECTORAL SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914

VOTING BY POST. STATIC ■RU30T011AL BVSTIWT. -Tha lAteanoo / of - many electors from their ,homos on holidays ■when' the poll is ; taken in the 'Ministerial clectlJl jot 16th .lanuary, It Is fearod, will te|J to reduce the vote recorded. It fog he homo In mind that any. doctor||| any district "in which an election® about to be held may, before pol|J| day. make.application.to the raturiMv: jQjfnoer forthe.district for n postal b|| lot to enable him to vote by postl* such election, provided ho satisfies ife returning officer—f(a) that, he $: sides at least five miles; or in the cj0 of any.division declared to be a mo-M tainous. division that hp reside* || least three miles, from the near|| polling place at. which ho fg.oiuirji to vote; or. (h) that he has 'reasons believe that on polling day, .during ife hours of polling, lie will not he \vi(#. five miles of tho. nearest polling ]>lj| at which he is entitled to vote (stfe ing his reason, for such belief); or iff that on account ...

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HUGE AIRSHIP. BUILT FOR ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914

HUGE AIRSHIP. ;;f. BUILT FOR ENGLAND. Vicars, the great shipbuilders, have for the English Government a ew rigid airship; The monster is feet long and carries 860,000 iblc feet of gas." She has engines 1000 h.p., and can travel at; a speed f 55 miles an hour.A crew of 15 ill man ; the airship, >vhich will carry e guns, three on the .suspended plat 9|||orm and two on the hull. Three other fejgh'lps of the Parseval type, to carry 12 sMmeri and two guns, are also being bunt

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

SNAKE CHARIIKR BITTEN.. A snake charmer named Parmo was iltten on tlve finger by a snake at the Jlarat Exhibition. He was handling snake said to be deadly venomous." j&nd had just remarked that lie would forfeit £10 .if: any animal bitten by j|the snake did not die in a few minutes, gsvhen the snake fastened its fangs on |o his ifluger: He., ilecliiied medical aid, administered an antidote,, and. re tired for the.'night. It1 -was stated next day that he had" recovered. Cleanlinessi is Next; to Godliness A clean body induces a clean mind; A clean body is attained by the use |of water and a good sonp The only question is, "What Hoap?" Rexona Soap is the best soap. Its manufacture is the most modern ttd the most scientific. . It combines the qualities of the best germ-destroying powers with tlie most dainty odor and appearance.. Roxona Slcin and Vacial Soap is tile fonly medicated soap which is pleasing as a general toilet soap. - • A daily bath with water and Rexona Soap makes...

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AUSTRALIAN AVIATOR. FALLS IN ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914

AUSTRALIAN AVIATOR. FALLS IN ADELAIDE. A. W. Jones, the Queensland aviator, was flying' in Adelaide on Friday, when ho fell 80 feet. He was injured, but not fatalfy. Jones had been giving exhibitions of flying at Cheltenham racecourse for weeks, and a few days ago lie took up iMiss Duncan, the first Adelaide lady to fly over Adelaide, but his machine went wrong. The damaged part was repaired, and Jones set out again to traverse the city. He travelled 17 miles, but when re turning to Cheltenham he mistook the railway line, and followed the wrong course for three miles. Then, when returning to the racecourse his pe trol gave out, and the engine stopped, the aeroplane falling. J Jones was picked up in a semi unconscious state, but recovered quick ly. He sustained a damaged shoul der and cuts on the legs, arms, and face. The aeroplane was much injur ed. Jones is not discouraged, and de clares that he will fly again on Satur day week.

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

TKl/EL'HOiNE LIST. i R M I 7J. •Baimerman, A. 6M. Burgess, T. S. OJ. BurgesB W. - ■ 5. Commercial Hotel (Troutbec 2. Dixon, K. H. 11. Goad, F. fiX." Hovey, F. M; 9. ; it-Iovey, J. Jno. •1. King, J* B. v GY. illarsliam, D. A. 8.M. JlePhoruon, Robt, 8J. Milbourne, A. L. 7X. Nicholson, 1). 7Y. Qulclc, B. C. 8Y. Rohn, A. l. Swann. James 7M. Thomson, R. .1. 3. Watts; Alfred... 10 Wurfel, H. .T. 8X. Wnrfel, U With one oxceptlon onlyr tluit lambs,- no Commonwonltli nxporl u 'natural produot has 'developed buoIi an oxtont In rooont.. yearn trutt.

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JERUSALEM AMAZED. MUST AVIATOR ARRIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914

JERUSALEM AMAZED. MUST AVIATOR ARRIVES. Bonnier, the first aviator to visit jJeiusalem, arrived there on Friday. The entire populace turned out and watched him land, in open-mouthed /•■•wonder. (Bonnier subsequently depar* ted for Cairo.

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

AUCTI0N8. I; YOUNG BEOS., Auctioneers, Stooli and Station Agonts, Land, Flnanoe, I and Commission Agents, | { t UOItSHAM. NIIILL, HAMILTON. AND WARBACKNABEAL. v Brunch ODloes ill. Ararat, Murtoa, Minylp, Nhlll, Rupanyup, Dlmboola, Caatertou, Donald, Tevang, Balmoral, and Goroke; also Wolsley, S.A, AGENTS FOR:— j Denujs, Lascelles, Limited, Wool and Grain Brokers, ' Stock and sstatlon Agents, Geelong and Melbourne. | The Australian Mutual Provldont Soolctjr. f ' The National Fire Insuranco Co. ot New Zealand. } The Bullarat Banking Co. Limited. !'<■ ;'i f The Australasian Mutual Live Stock Insurance Society Limited. And business arrangements with all the leading firms of auctioneers la tNeff South Wales and South Australia. 1 Auction sales of Horses, Cattle, Sheep held at Horsham, Nhlll, Hamil ton, Murtoa, Minylp, Warracknabeal, Beulah, Hopetoun, Rupanyup, Donald, s Dlmboola, Kaniva, Natimuk, Goroke, Dunkeld, Casterton, Cavendish, Strath Idownle, Balmoral, Terang, and Lake...

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VOLCANO INVADED. PICTURE FILMS TAKEN. IN THE HEART OF VESUVIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914

VOLCANO INVADED. 5 A :1 PICTURE FILMS TAKEN. IN" THE HEART OF VESUVIUS. Mi (Frederick Burlingham, a repre sentative of British and colonial kine matographers, has returned to Lon don, and lias told a thrilling story of havlug descended 1200ft. inside the crater of Vesuvius to obtain a picture X film He states that, after spending se« veral nights at the crater's month, he $1111 pptitiously started on December 21 carefully avoiding letting the "^authorities know. .After great difficult tie , he secured- a rope sufficiently s long to cover the precipitous first ^ art of the crater's edge. s Air Burlingham was accompanied by ^ three guides, and one was left in ohargo of the rope. The daring opera A tor then descended 500ft. with the t atest difficulty, a weighty camera and i tripod inconveniencing him ter i ribl , especially as three precipices obstructed his progress. He relied upon a favorable -wind, but this changed, and during 20 minutes lie was enve loped in suffocating and strang...

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DANGER OF SMALL VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914

DANGER OF SMALL VOTE.. j State-Ministers and their supporters. In1 Parliament recognise ; that actual danger to the party may lurk; in" the: fact, that tiie'Minlsterial elections have necessarily to take'iplace at a season when time really means money to the farming community; ami when- a great munv of them/may'require strong ar < gument to- Induce them to leave .their harvesting work for a'full (lay in /or der to record their votes. • The fear that '.there will ,:ibe.'-a comparatively small vote. is not without substantial foundation. Vpon it the Labor Party j Is building very hopeful anticipations, Through Its , excellent.. organisation Xaaboiv gains advantages whose poten cy is not, as a rule, apparent .-until polling time oomes round: It has been a .boast.qf-.the Labor Party that its members have : been active for a long time .past—-long before these Min isterial .elections came into-'ylew—in getting the names1 of /Qualified persons placed on- the electoral rolls;, Af...

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THE CENTRE OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914

|THE CENTRE OF AUSTRALIA.! j The first number of'"The Inlander" [ fs to hand. It is to be issued quarter ly, and deals with "national interests from the outbackers' point of view," as the title page puts it. The maga zine is edited by the Rev. John Plynn, and is published by the Home -Mission Board of the Presbyterian Church of i Australia. Tts scope is broad, nndthej contents of the first number are of I very general interest. The principal ! article is "Central Australia," by the! editor. It is well written nnd informa- j tive. It describes an arduous, but j cheerfully undertaken, journey from ] Oodnadatta, due north, over the "gib- j ! ber" country, to Alice Springs, the j exact centre of Australia. Mr. Flynn found the climate tolerable. Between 1908 and 1912 the record shade tem perature was 108.2deg., which, the edi tor points out, is beaten by Melbourne by at least one point. Tie is of opln« ion that the possibilities of the coun try cannot be tested until it is opened by rail...

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SLAUGHTER OF ALBANIA 4000 KILLED OR INCINERATED HUNDRED THOUSAND HOMELE[?] PARIS, 31st Dec[?] [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914

SL VIGH1*R OF ALIUM \| 4000 KILLED OR. INCINERATED: t . • I I HUNDRED. THOUSAND,, IIOJIEI | •••• .PARIs;:"8istP«| Mi William Willard Howaid [: New York, who has been promt® in relief work among- (lie Armenia after making' a: 400-mile -trip throf Albania; roports tliat . the. ~ troons... during.; the past....ton havo destroyed 100 villages,- and 4000 men, •■women >and* children bfc boon killed or. inolneratod. . In u| tion, .lie. states,; 100,000 are homol| and of' ■tlie.se 30.000 aro -likely starve or lreezo to death dnrdns i winter. . ■ • ■

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914

BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. The friends of the late Mr. R. L. Tarrant desire to extend their sin* cerest thanks for the kind messages, floral tributes, and expressions of sym pathy received in their recent sad be reavement. FUNERAL NOTICE. fp LIE FRIENDS of the Griffiths Family are respectfully invited to follow the remains of their lato beloved father to the Mace of inter, ment, the Warracknabeal Cemetery, The funeral is appointed to move from T. E. Gardiner'* at 2.30 THIS DAY. 4 THOS. E. GARDINER, Undertaker.

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COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914

COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKET8. Wheat, 3/2. Flour, 13/6. Bran, 1/. Pollard, l/oy2 Factory butter, 1/2. Dairy butter, 8d. Eggs, 7d. Melbourne Press Quotations:— Factory butter, 1/. Dairy butler, 9d. to O^d. Eggs, 8%d. (By Wire—Melbourne, Monday.) Wheat, a/5%; oats, prime, 1/9*4 milling; feed, 1/8%. Notwithstanding the holiday in fluences operating in the local and in ternational wheat markets, the pre sent position must be regarded as a remarkably steady one, with an under current of strength. It is only natural that Argentina should be offering .free* ly just now. Doubtless, a certain percentage of the crop will be offer ing freely for 'finance reasons, flow ever, the chief contributors to the international markets—namely, Cana da, U.S.A., and Russia—are not likely to ship freely in January, and it re mains to be seen whether Argentina and Australia will make good this deficiency in the weekly shipments. The strength of the Australian po sition will largely depend upon India, as this g...

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COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914

COUNTRY'. ROADS BOARD. The' Country. Roads Board lias ac cepted the ^tender 'of Messrs. j-ierman . and (Co. at £8700 for making the main road .between Lilydale and Heales* v?IIle. v This is the -first tender. accei> • ted directly by the board for road works, and the work will be carried out sunder the supervision of; officers of the board. .It is hoped that when completed the road will foe a, model I; publi'c high'wUy. V

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The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 6th, 1914. ELECTION CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914

j THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 6th, 1914. ELECTION CAMPAIGN. ! Sir Alexander 'Peacock, Minister for | Education; Mr. Hagelthorn, Minister | for Public Works; and Mr. Murray, the I Chief Secretary, will visit Warrackna j 'beal to-day, and will be present tliis evening when :Mr. Hutchinson, -Minis ter for Water 'Supply, addresses the electors at the 'Melba Hall. The three 'Ministers named will subsequently as j sist their colleague in conducting his campaign. A meeting of Mr. R •M'Rae's supporters was held on Sa turday afternoon, when, arrangements were made for an active campaign. Both sides are working hard, and there is every'indication that the election will be keenly contested. The number of electors on the rolls for Borung is I 7243. Owing to the busy season it is i feared that many will neglect to' re* j cord their votes, but nevertheless a ■ good poll is expected. Mr. McRae's nomination- ...

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

A THOUSAND QBPUTAT TONS Calculations made by officers of the seryJco indicate that something like 1000 deputation;; /were- received by ■State Ministers Tin the year.;whlclv-has just 'closed. : One-third of the number was received by the Minister for Pub lic Works for the time being. Mr. W. H. Edgar, Mr. F. Hagoltliorn, and Mr.. ■A. (McLellau . respectively - were : the | Ministers In charge of that, depart ment this- year. Whooping Couah. 'My littlo boy had whooping cough very, badly," says Mrs. . A. Henderson, The People's Store, 47 Elgin Road, i Mornington, , N.Z. "I tried several ! cough medicines without: any of them ' doing hint any good, then T tried I Chamberlain's Cougli Remedy, and Mia got Immediate ^relief/? Since, then "! j have always kept a bottle of this won derful medicine by me, and recom mend tt to everyone." Sold by Hut ohinsoa anti Co. and J. N. Wobloott,

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

Gripes In Horses. "Some time ago our horse was down with a bad attack of Gripes," says Miss E. J. ColeB, Major's Croelc, N.R.W. "I tried several remedies, but they had no effect. As a.last resource I gave the horse , three teaspoonfule of Chamberlain's Colic- and Diarrhoea Remedy, and noticed an improvement Immediately. He ,was :soon able, • tc stand, and now Is as well as' ever.' Sold by Hutchinson and Co. and, J. N Wooleott.

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