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RETURN OF FATHER LYNCH, WELCOME HOME BY SCHOOL CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914
RETURN OF FATHER LYNCH, WELCOME HOME BY SCHOOL CHILDREN. • The Hey. Father .Lynch, who lu\s been visiting the old lond, and liris been absent for the past 12 months, was accorded*-a hearty welcome homo at St. Mary's school, Warracknabeal, 011 Tuesday afternoon by the children. On entering the schoolroom, the reverend gentleman was warmly gree- j ted by the children, who then sang a j joyous hymn of welcome. Master j Bert Millar, on behalf of the scholars,! read an address, expressing their de light at having him back again. Not only were they glad to see him return, but they were more, than glad to see him looking so robust and well after the holiday, which they all hoped ho had enjoyed. They trusted that at convenient times he would tell them about the many interesting places he had visited during his tour, and the sights he had seen in other lands, and especially the progress, prosperity, and general conditions of the'dear old land of the shamrock. They then i asked Father Lynch t...
COUNCILLORS AT PLAY. TRIP TO HOPETOUN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914
j COUNCILLORS AT PLAY. I •• —-—* • • I TRIP TO HOPETOUN. The long'looked for and much talk ed of cricket match between the Shire of Boning councillors and officers and the Shire of Karkarooc councillors and officers took place at Hopetoun on Tuesday last. The Boning team left Waracknabeal by motor cars about midday, and after a • pleasaut run, reached llopetoun a litle after 2 o'clock, where they were .met. at the Shire Hall by the president and coun cillors of the Shire of Karkarooc, who | extended a warm welcome to the visi r tors. It was thus early soon, by the ! grim determination shown 011 the vis ages of the Karkarooc men,' that thej were taking the game seriously, and that they. were, going to give their opponents as warm a time in the Held as their welcome had been. Included in. each team were two or three regu lar' players, and a caucus was held in the shire engineer's room to decide how these champions were to be trea ted. It was ultimately decided that they .were not to b...
BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914
BALiiAitAT 3IA11KET. Best quality sheep wore in keen de mand at the Ballarat Corporation j sale yards on- Tuesday, and values showed a further Improvement on the : rates o£ last week. Primebullocks i realised from £11 15/ to £13 10/, with extra prime to £14 7/fi, and extra prime cows fetched to £11 5/, Best calves .sold to £5. Prime quality sheep were in good demand, and sold at fully last week's values. Prime crossbred wethers .brought from . 21/ to 22/, and extra quality and heights' from 23/ to 24/; and prime- crossbred ewes from 17/6 to 18/, and extra quali ty and weights from 19/0 to 21/. Only a small proportion of the lambs yarded were prime. / Quality again; sold well, but there was an easier ten deiicy, towards . the. ..finish. : ; .Prime lambs realised from 16/6. to ;'17/6, and oxtra quality, from'18/ to ,19/0.
YOUNG MAN KILLED. A SHOCKING FATALITY. CRUSHED UNDER WHEEL OF WAGGON. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914
YOUNG MAN KILLED. A SHOCKING FATALITY. / CRUSHED UNDER WHEEL OP WAGGON. A dreadful fatality occurred at | Aubrey on Wednesday morning, the victim being a fine young man named Victor James Ewins, son. of Mr. Al fred Ewins, a well, known and respec ted resident of the district. The dis tressing tragedy came as a great shock to the whole community, and occasion ed'the deepest regret. - The circumstances under which the young man met his death are particu larly sad. With two brothers he went to the farm of Mr. W. Pendlebury at Willenabrina on Tuesday for a load of chaff. When nearly home on the return journey the . waggon got bogged at a place on the road which is wa terrlogged, and the young men deci ded to leave it there till the follow- i ing morning. The load weighed about two tons. Early on Wednesday mora*'; ing the' chaff was unloaded and the j waggon got out. A fresh start was then made, but the load had only been drawn a shorty distance when the fa tality occurred. One of the yo...
The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, MARCH 6th, 1914. APATHY OF PARENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914
THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST • , - CIRCULATION.' PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH ■SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, '1IAROH : Gth, 1914. APATHY OF PARENTS. A meeting was called for Monday evening in - Wa'rracknabeal* to appoint a school committee for the next three_ years, as required, by the Education Department. No fewer than 250 cir culars were issued, but only eight per sons put in an app.earance, and- of these 'five were members of tlie retir ing committee: The chairman ('Mr, C. &lt;R. Mackenzie), expressed regret at the indifference displayed by par ents in - the affairs of the- school, and lie moved that the meeting be adjourn ed till'Tuesday, evening next, in the Irope that there would be a more satis-1 factory attendance. The motion- was I seconded by Dr. H. A. Connolly,. and ] carried; - As a general rule public bod ies are-subjected-to a good deal / of criticism, while they do not receive the supportand encouragement that might reasonably • be expected. Those j ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 March 1914
BEREAVEMENT CARD. Mrs. Huf and family desire to ten- der their sincere thanks to the doc- tors, matron, nurses, and staff of the Warracknabeal Hospital for their great care and kind and unremitting attention to the late Mr. Huf during his illness. They are very grateful for the assistance and services rendered by such an institution.
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914
COMMERCIAL. . After the advance of the last~few weeks, wheat relapsed last week, and Saturday's price was fully a penny a bushel below that ruling a week ago. The fall was somewhat sudden, and ' is mainly, due to the inevitable reac tion following a quick advance. Weak* ness and selling in America are as cribed as the reason of the fall. There seemed to be an impression on Sa turday that the market has advanced far enough for the present.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914
Honestly Rccommondcd. "To unyono stiftenlng Iron! (lUii'ilmeu. •: «:>»/ lioneatlj leeommend Chamber lu'n's Colic and -I'M.'irrhooa Itomedy- d" is being the most satisfactory Ke nedy on the market," writes Mr. C. C, 1 looper, Wakefield, N.Z. I have tried ■ ill bortb of medicines, but have found lothins equal GhomberlaiiVfl Colic ind Diarrhoea Itempdy." Sold by Hut :Mnson and Co. and J, N. Woolcott.
RIFLE SHOOTING. NOTES ON THE UNION MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING. NOTES ON THE UNION MATCHES. The three days' rifle shooting In con- ' nection with the Wimmera Rifle Clubs' Union matches, whicli com menced on Tuesday last, were brought to a successful -conclusion on Thursday. . The shooting was . very good, considering the \ weather: conditions, which were rather hot and bright • throughout, while a tricky front wind proyed very hard to gauge at times. WarracUnabeal was represented by : two teams, one in. "A" and the other in "B". class. , The "A" team put up. a good, perfor mance, being only' defeated by one point by the Bimboola Club after a splendid contest, W-iniam Club being third oniyp three points off. • In tlie individual matches; members of the local club were very successful, ■ for besides winning two of the handi cap matches outright, the TJnion Han dicap by A. ICampfhenkel, With a pos sible, the .Muegel Handicap, by P. Vaughan; with a possible, G-. Langdon : secured second place in the Rodgers Handicap, with a possible,...
BAPTIST CHURCH. THE HARVEST FESTIVAL. MISSIONARY'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914
BAPTIST CHURCH. THE HARVEST^ FESTIVAL. MISSIONARY'S ADDRESS. The Baptist Church held their har vest festival on 'Sunday last. The | church was tastefully decorated with fruit and flowers, and special sermons were delivered upon the' subject o! harvest home. •The morning service was conducted by Rev. Mitchell, a missionary just arrived from India, who delivered a thoughtful and, interesting; address upon words found in Rev. 1—5, ''Un to Him that loveth us and loosed us from our.sins by His blood and made us'to be a kingdom, to.be priests unto His God and 'Father, to iHim be glory and dominion for ever and ever." The preacher said this ,was the anthem cf the redeemed, but unlike our national anthems, this one was universal; for here were gathered men of . all nations , and' tongues from east and west, from ! north and soutty, and this' anthem found a g;lad response in every. heart. AH national distinctions had been laid aside; all; class feelings'.--extinguished, and a' great brotherh...
STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914
STAR PICTURES. An excellent, programme was sub mitted at -the Star Theatre on Satur day niglit "before a large and appre ciative audience. The list comprised a nice variety of subjects, all of -which were splendidly portrayed, and were highly interesting and enjoyable, "Cin ders" was an emotional and realistic drama, showing a great sacrifice made by a poor man to cheer up a. little girl who had fallen ill. "Love's Old Sweet Song" depicted a very pathetic story, with a happy ending. "A Gamble with -Death" was a stirring and sensa tional western drama. The story, which, was cleverly worked out, was full of exciting incidents and thrilling scenes. "The Forbidden Way" was the star production, and the merit ot the drama entitled it to the place of honor on the programme. The story was told with striking and impressive effect, and each development only in creased the interest of the onlookers till the climax was reached. "New Zealand's Wonderful Waters" was a magnificent, scenic producti...
ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914
ENTERTAINMENTS, I MELBA PICTURES. There was a large audience at the Melba Theatre on Saturday night, when a line lot of pictures, comprising variety and excellence, were screen ed. The films were so diversified as to please all tastes. There were dra mas that appealed alike to the eye and to the heart, patrons "who appreciate spectacular effects were well catered ! for, while the comedies were, highly ' entertaining.' Shakespeare's "Taming ! of the Shrew" was'the special attrac tion of the evening, and it was de picted, with splendid effect. This class of film is always staged with the ; greatest care by the finest artists, and for that r.eason appeals strongly to patrons, in this instance the costum ing and acting 'were of the highest rank, the scenes presented were most picturesque, while the interpretation of the drama, as conceived by tho master mind, was admirable. There was hearty laughter at many points as the process of subduing the turbu lent and vexatious Katherina was pro...