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SALE OF A WINNOWER. AN UNFULFILLED CONTRACT. CLAIM FOR HIRE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

SALE OF A WINNOWER. Afl UNFULFILLED CONTRACT. CLAIM FOR H1RB DISMISSED. , At the PoHce Court on Wednesday, •before Mr. W. G, Smith, P.<M., F. A. ■Cameron, of <Beyal, proceeded against E. G. Straube for money due for the hire of a treader winnower. Mr. Wright Smith appeared for the plain tiff, and Air. Pitcher for live defendant. Mr. Pitcher said the defence was Unit there was no contract between the parties for the use andhircj' of ' the machine. There was a , contract for the sale of the treader, and it was handed over to the deiendant. It was used for a fortnight, and . was then stored at plaintiff's place, and Um latter took possession of it, and sc.d it without defendant's anthoritj'. i aintiff said he was suing for iVM:.?y due for hire of the treader Vwtween 'December, 1912, and Janu «' /, 1913. The amount claimed was " fA fHe gave credit to defendant for i 'or cleaning wheat, allowed him | I i)/ on account of some blocks, and ; suing for the balance of £4...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA PICTURES. ! One of the finest dramas seen in i Warraclrnabeal for' some time/was 'screened at, the Melbn Theatre on i Tuesday ovonintf. "In tluv Streets of ! Now York" \vas the title, and the story, whlcti was shown :.1n three parts, was of 'thrilling interest. Stage work of the highest standard charac terised this production, the various scencs being depicted with the finest dramatic effect. The story portrayed j how a family was mined through tho ! dishonesty of a banker, tiiK the day of reckoning came and justice was done to them. There were many sen sational parts, but the most realistio was a fire scene, and the rescue of those who were trapped in the build ing. In the "Gaumont Graphic" there was depicted the latest news in pic tures from all parts of the world, the variety being excellent. ."The -May* fly" was a interesting scientific study, sotoe striking effects in the develop ment of the insect being screened. "Bunny as a Reporter" "was an tremcly popul...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GET ON GOOD TERMS WITH YOUR BANK MANAGER. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

-GET ON GOOD TERMS WITH. YOUR BANK MANAGER. . - • Those-'Farmors • who would like to prove thoir standing, at-tho : bank, should •be careful to look through the specinl terma and;'*pricos^'"oflowdn\.by^vrnternafcioniik H(irYe9tor-Oo;'of Au8traha for March orders: ■' f^hi8*oieoulai:.6liows.liow to; got. flrst-olasH machinery . aud lr^plomontb. low prices, andvatha vcry^small outlay o/. . i Also tolls^how to. get) a high'ciaea English . mado Barometer-Thermometer worth £1-5-0 (no adverting) absolutely free. Remember -.that' those; prioea and;,term3. are available only.until Slaroh 8UL- .. • Address' them at- their ..nearest .office; Bria.,;; Sydi, Molb.i-Adldo.^:.Perth: ..or L'ton' m '

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

STAR PICTURES. There was a fnirly large audienco at the Star Picture Theatre on Tues day evening, _ when an. exceptionally good programme was highly appre ciated by patrons, outbursts of ap plause giving expression to the feel ings of spectators as the stirring and realistic films were unfolded. Two star dramas were screened, "The Young Mrs. Eames" and "The Water Rat," and proved to be full of inter* esting and sensational features, which held the attention of onlookers. Other dramas of note were, "Heart of a Gip sy Maid" aiid "An Indian Maid's War ning." Tlie "Eclair Journal" disclos ed a series of interesting and instruc tive pictures, amongst others being a hockey match between ^\Iid Surrey and Duhvich, the famous boxers, Wells and Carpentier; royal hunting, Hor sham (Sussex) fat stock show, launch 01 H.M.S. Warspie. The humorous pictures, "A Shocking Job," "The Ped dlers," and "■FTowlin* Jones" provided excellent entertainment, and caused roars of laughter. Delightful music by t...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAISING THE WHEAT YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

RAISING THE WHEAT YIELD, i Great advances have been made in recent years in respect to wheat cul tivation. The widespread use of phosphatic manures and of bare fal lowing, and tl\e introduction of new and more prolific varieties of wheat, have all tended to increase the wheat j yield. It was due to these- improved i methods-, rather than to" a favorable i season, that the record wheat, yield j .of over 35 million bushels was ob j tained in Victoria last harvest. But ; the average; yield per acre (13.28 j bushels) last harvest is still low com-'! pared with "that or other grain grow ing countries The United Kingdom, j with a climate by no means the most; favorable for wheat culture, has a t yearly average of over 30 bushels per, acre. Great Britain's high average yield is'almost wholly due to good | farming, in which drainage, crop rota- j tion, thorough cultivation, and heavy { manuring all play an important part. It would be idle, of course, to advo cate that the methods applied to...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NEWS. BOWLING. RINK TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

SPORTING HEWS. BOWLING. 1UNK TOURNAMENT. ■ Rink captains are asked to have their teams together on the green on Wednesday next, 31th Inst. TI10 ilrst round will be . drawn from : those: in readiness to piny. Hach captain Is re quested to see the. individual mem bers of his team/.? .■

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURAL NOTES AND QUERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

AGRICULTURAL NOTES AND • ■QUERIES. (By "GLH3ANI3K/y It fs intended to publish notes and queries ou agricultural subjects in this column weekly. The word "agricul tural" is used in its widest sense, and .the notes,, therefore, will include re ferences to all phases of land settle men^ and production. The writer will nofonly present -his own views on matters of interest to the man' on'-the land, but will request his readers to co-operate with him in making" this column bright, and informative. Suggestions and queries on sub jects pertaining to the land industries are invited, and will be dealt with by the writer, or submitted to the read^' I ers of these notes for their opinions, I which will be published in duo course. All readers interested in the develop | nicnt of agricultural production—ob-: v'ously the mainstay of national pros* I pcrity—are cordially invited to co- j operate in making this column help- j fnl to primary producers. All letters addressed to "Gleaner," care of the ...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FINANCIAL STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

FINANCIAL STATEMENT. An approximate statement of re ceipts was made up by the secretary jesterday, as follows ;—Gate receipts (afternoon), £28 7/; gate receipts (evening)', £13 0/1; s6ats at picture show, £1 17/6; rifle shooting, £1 11/ 5; soft drinks, £5 12/; refreshments, £10 13/6; Luna Park novelty, £4 4/ 2; lollies and ice cream, £10 13/11; sundries, 14/. Total, £7S 13/#. To this sum has to be added all the mem bers' ticket money, entry fees, and sundries. The expenditure in connec tion with the carnival was not heavy,, and it is anticipated that the under taking should result in a sum of £75 at least being available for swimming baths.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EVENING SESSION. ANIMATED AND ENJOYABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

EVENING SESSION. ANIMATED AND ENJOYABLE. I . . .^:-Tl(e,reservo-was tlu'onged-. ugaln in, .'the evening,'■when a .U^oly, and aninia tod scene was presented. •..Mr.-.-C.-.x'Wai^. I ner, manager':of the' Warnicltnabeal CJiia CO.; carried out the .lighting ar-. rangenients,';wliicli :■ : were -admirable. ■Ho wentto' considerable trouble to. 'provide a number of. powerful lights for tire occasion, vwitli the result.tiiat : tlie : reserve rcspmblod a well: lighted street. Tho society is under obliga Hon to the Gas Co. for the, splendid service'rendered, the illumination be ing all that could he desired. Colored lights ,in 'the, trees and on the water produced u pretty effect. The.even ing's* entertainment was generously provided by . tlie Melba Co., who also, .supplied, chairs and'sea^s. On frequent occasions ".the -management haa given assistance to local' institutions, thus. showlngNin^a practical way their in-, terest in all local efforts. 'The.pictures1 screened were a fine selection...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

Ricked His Back. . 'Tricked my back severely, and was unable, to stand', upright" writes Mr.. Tlios. H. .Mulior, Ebden; Vic. "I had seen Chamberlain's Pain Balm adver tised for. strains, .and thought I would see whatsit would do-for me.The first application'gave me relief, and I^was; (lu'Ue myself again aCter.^ising only a quarter of a ibottle." Sold by Hut chinson an d Co. and:J: N; Woolcott.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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RAINBOW SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

RAINBOW SPORTS. The third annual gathering of. the Rainbow Caledonian 'Society last week were most successful. The entries were the largest 011 record, and the piping and dancing was of'the highest order. Results :— Highland Dress.—Best dressed las sie. (local), 16 years and under—E. •Dart, 1; Ruby Walliss,'2;' E. Walliss, 3. Best' dressed laddie (local), 10 years and under—K. Peden, 1; K. McMillan, 2; G. McKenzie, 3. Best dressed Highlander , (local), 20 mile radius—D. Mclntyre, 1; D. B. Innes, 2; D. Patterson, 3. Best dressed High lander (open)—J. Cousins," 1; D. Kane, 2; J. A. Clarke, 3. Best dressed lad die (open), 12 years and under—D. McLeod, 1; R. Woolley, 2; K. Peden, 3. ■ Best dressed lassis (open), 12 years and under—Alma Ackland, 1- J McMillan, 2. Juvenile Dancing (local).—High land fling—J. Miliar, l'; G. Robson, 2; H. Peden, 3. Strathsprey and- reel— H. Peden, 1; V. Murphy, 2; D. McRae, 3. Irish .jig—«. Peden, 1; V. Murphy, 2. Sailors' hornpipe—Vera Murphy, 1; R. Millar...

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TURF. V.R.C. MEETING. AUSTRALIAN CUP. WON BY WALLALO. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

TURF. V.R.C. MEETING. AUSTRALIAN OUP. WON BY WALLALO. The second or Cup day of the V.R.C. meeting on Tuesday drew a large at tendance.. Results:— Hopeful Stakes—Rantyga 1, Worm wood 2, Van Biene 3. 14 to 1 winner. Ascot Vale Stakes—Woorak 1, An desine 2, Traauette 3..: 13 to 8 on 'Woo vak.' ' •' - " AUSTRALIAN CUP. :E. Eccles' AVALLALO, 7.9,:(Graj') -1 B. Chaffey anil A. Crozler'f! UKI 2 C. H. Gardiner's'CALAMUS, 7.3, 3 \V.- Kelso's JIATOURBE, 8.1 .. . . .4 i Betting—7 to 2 Belove, 4 to -1 Wal lalo. 7 to 1 Audacity, 10 to 1 St. Vano, .12 to I Lord Ahvyne, 14 to 1 Prlzeflgh ter, 15 to 1 The Parisian and Sea Prince.' Ulci cut but the running at a great pace. At tw-o miles Wallalo passed him, and ran in an easy winner hy four lengths from Uki, the latter beat ing Calamus by three-quarters o£ a Jen'gth tor second place; Time, 3min. SOsecs,, is a record- for' the race; r. •March Steeplechase—Pladdd' and Betewynd (dead hoat) 1; Camasad&'3. 7 to 1 Pladda. S to 1 Betewynd. • Bourke ...

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THIRD DAY. JOLLY BEGGAR A WINNER. (By Wire.—Melbourne, Thursday.) [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

THIRD DAY. , JOLLY BEGGAR A WINNER; (By AViro.—MelbGyi'iie, Thursday.) There was another Uarge attendance at Flemington to-day.^Results • *• Hurdlos—Darrawa . • 1; .'Olontaft 2, Campanile 3, 6 to 4 winnier. * Lloyd Stakes—Jolly Beggar 1, I'o pinjay 2, Cider 3. 3 to 1 winner. , Autumn Handicap—Atora ; 1. Prize ftghtor 2, Audacity 3. 8 to 1 Atora. Nursery Handicap—lAndesine i» Rantyga 2, Spicer .3. 'Evens' winnar. v Loch Plato—Radnor l,'The Parisian 2, AUan8ford:3v /10 to 1 on "winner* . River Handicap—Eltham l./Yuran agh's Daughter 2, Little; Slam 3. 6 to 4 winner. * - - fi*

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HIGH COMMISSIONER IN AMERICA. MR. DEAKIN MENTIONED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

HIGH COMMISSIONER IN AMERICA,. MR. DEAKIN MENTIONED. There is a probability that 'Mr. -Al fred iJoukin, who is to be > chairman the commission to roproaoat Austraji®, at tlio Panama Exhibition, jin Amorlca as High Commissioner for, "Aitfjtrolfn. , '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEULAH. UNFORTUNATE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

BEULATF. ! (From our Correspondent.)' j UNFORTUNATE ACCIDENT. Mr. AV. F. Chandler was. the victim i of a regrettable accident when travel ling by- train from Warracknabeal' to Beulah 011 -Saturday evening. A few weeks ago "Mr. Chandler had his shoul* der put out of joint through*, an acci dent at a building- in course of erec tion. He had. almost recovered from this injury, when through an unlucky i jolt of the train he was riding in, he was thrown with force against a pro | jection in the carriage. The injured j shoulder was again dislocated. Fori.u* | nately Dr.-Morgan was on the train, and quickly rendered assistance. |

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

PERSONAL. •ilr. C. K. Moore, head of theclori cal branch in the Castorton post office, who has- been transferred to War raciinabeal, was'entertained by the people of Castorton at a farewell gath ering, and was presented with a hand soino silver tea service and oak tray complete in appreciation of his ser vicos as i a public oflicer. Many spoe clios were made by prominent men in the town, highly eulogising Mr. .Mooro On the capable and obliging manner in which ho had carried out. his du ties. Mr. Ceo. 'Youns, who lias been mid U]) with 1111 attack of illness, was siilli ciently recovered to be. able to visit. Warraclcnabeal yesterday. lie will take tip his residence hero permanent ly in the course of a few days. Miss Ida Unhlenbur's. daughter of Cr. E. A. Unhlenburg, of Wimmora Shire, was u passenger on the Coo gee when the collision occurred with the Bombala. .Miss Dahlenburg es caped with a few scratches and a slinking. Jlr. Thos. JlcClounan, of Horsham, who met with a serious . ac...

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CLEANING SALES. MR. R. SMITH'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

CLEANING SALES. MR. R. SMITH'S REPORT. Mr. Robert Smith, auctioneer, . re ports having held several very success ful clearing sales during-.the last few weeks. Everything considered, they have been highly satisfactory. Atten dances have been good, and bidding brisk For good stamps of young hor ses, competition has been keen, also for all classes of sheep and farrain?. machinery, and our clients have be^r. well satisfie'd with the totals of fieir sales. The sales held so far have been as follows :—Oil the 20th February, account Mr. S. A. Collins, Beulah, when the whole of his stock and farming plant, consisting of 10 horses, S head of cattle, and a good lot of machinery were cleared at/ satisfactory prices. On the 24th February, in conjunction with Messrs. Young Bros., 011 account of Mr. J. W. Cust, Beulah, wlien 15 horses, 500 sheep, and a splendid lot of machinery were offered, and evfe-y thing cleared at good prices, horses reaching £29, sheep to 12/3, McKay harvester £51, drill £...

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BANGERANG. SHORTAGE OF WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

BANGERANG. SHORTAGE OF WATER. The cooler weather of the past week has been appreciated after the heat experienced this summer. Very little rain was registered locally as the result of the thunder storm on Friday night. A good downpour would be welcome, as in many instan ces'water supplies have been exhaus ted, and with others the supply is ra pidiy diminishing. Reed's dam is dry, and many of the other dams of the Water Commission are getting low. Many of these dams are silted up to the depth of several feet, for the> have not been cleaned out for many years. HARVEST THANKSGIVING. There was a large congregation at the harvest festival service in con nection with the Church of England. The vicar of Nhill was the preacher,, and in the course of a vigorous, ad- j dress, emphasised the need of show ing gratitude to God for His goodness in a more practical way than was I usually the case. The church was prettily decorated by a number of the | ladies.. Miss M. A. Hewitt presided at the ...

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TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

j TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS. In the tennis championships Lady j De'nman and Mrs. Sanderson were again successful, beating 'Misses ! Westmoreland and Levi, 5—6, 6—2, 6 j

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KILLED BY A MOTOR. DISREGARD OF PUBLIC SAFETY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914

KILLED BY A MOTOR. disregard of public safety. H. L. Illsley was committed for trial for the manslaughter of John Ellis, 55 years, a clerk, who, while riding a bicycle over the Hawthorn bridge was killed by a motor driven by Illsley. Another motor car was being driven in tlie same direction as Illsley's. The' coroner said both were racing, and the evidence showed wicked disregard for the safety of others on the part of Illsley.

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