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POLITICAL AFFAIRS. GENERAL ELECT [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914
t POLITICAL AFFimZS. GENERAL ELECT]■ >s-S. The State Government given consideration to th which Parliament will be cu. ther for Uie final session > r t Legislative Assembly will -.rxjuro ay effluxion of time on lGth' .\o and the election ot a new u \ be held not later than r-eeono. week in December. It hi eu orally thought that the elei s d be held during the month • : ; but an impression seems t( inn y: ground that November wo } m suitable. In any ease, the li i :u will depend to a material nton the' developments o£ Fedo-i ;>oatios during the next few momn--:. tttci Gommonwealth Parliamen n -;r branch of it, is dissolves. gen eral elections are held, an t be made to lix the State c r s ror a time that will avoid i m j? the campaigns. The State 1 t* it will probably be called to tuly in .Tunc, and the session to occupy about two and a naif months. SUPER TAX ON I.. AXR At the opening of the. Xr.v R-jiU.'t Wales Parliament last wee! 0. ural speech foreshadowed .. cnosrJ to im...
ST. PATRICK'S RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914
ST. PATRICK'S RACES. The -following are the entries lor - St. Patrick's races, to l)e hold oil March ISth :: ' ■ : Zingi- . . • Miss Mevnang. Netlierby. Correction. . Meiri B)"idSe l'rlscus. ylorrlo Park- . _ - . Kiatu.. . .. ' Yellanglp- •• POBidOUlUB. HA^mCAp. Hopevalo. Prlscus. ■ ■ , - • . icwman. . . ■ valwlolc. , • .7 Florrie 1'arls- ; . KloUl- tUIAIj stakes Biuyarrack. Brittanlca- . ■; .. Merrldora. . ■ Merri Bridge. Camvcst. ., ■ - 1 Correction. Lali Lady- ■■■. • .'..-Clash. > YellanRiP* p(>Ny BACK. Dingy. :V:W nrmlant. . peerless. . Sola. .v:-; ■ silver , A.urato. Thundas. . . .Tunar. ■ ■■ -Qibbe. Yoyorlo. Lalla ■ Zlngi. Brlttanlea. B.B. - PrlBOUfl. Valwlolc. . • Yollaneip- ,ra0T Lord Bingen. WBoal. Blytlio MaW- , Ftaanco. • . Mountain. Fa™1'■ CWlilo - Iolautlw's Palm Mi3S Molly. .
WORKS IN THE SHIRE. BUILDING REGULATIONS. THE ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914
| WORKS IN THE SHIRE. I BUILDING REGULATIONS. , THE ENOINEEE'S IlBPOItT. At the Shire Council 011 Friday the 'engineer (Mr. C. Hate) submitted tlio following report:— NORTH RIDING. The decking of the Coronation bridge requives renewing, and the kerbing^at the edges of the footpath in ■Scott street also require to be atten ded to. Tlie estimated costs of these works are—Renewing decking, £10; kerbing, £15.—Works to he carried out. I have received from Mr. W. H. Janes a special application, under clause 3 of by-law No. S, that he be allowed to put a new plate glass win-, dow at the front of his shop in Scott street, without building the external walls of the shop in brick. Under the clause referred to, such modification of the regulation may be allowed, pro vided the following, three conditions are fulfilled, viz.:—1. No risk ol mis chief to the town by fire be entailed. 2. No injury , to the adjoining owner be entailed. 3. The modification be not contrary to the general tenor and pur...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914
Rloked Hlo Back. | "1 rlolted my back severely, and,was unable to stand upright," writes Mr. Tlios. H. Mailer,.. lObdeu, Vic. , "I; had seen; Ohaiuberlalu's'Pain* Balm adver tised for strains, and thought I would see what It would do for mo. The first implication gave ma relief, and I was otfte mysolf again atter using only a nuarter of a 'tyyttle.'': : Sold by Ilut" Sop and Co. and J. N. Woolcott.
UNION RIFLE MATCHES. WIMMERA DISTRICT'S ANNUAL CARNIVAL. A RECORD GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914
UNION RIFLE MATCHES. WIMMERA DISTRICT'S ANNUAL CARNIVAL. \ A RECORD GATHERING. On Tuesday last all rifle shots in the district turned their stepsjto Horsham, which was for three days the rifle man's Mecca. The ninth annual prize meeting of the Wimmera District Rifle Clubs' Union No. 1 was held, and-pro zed to be indeed a brilliant success. The shooting was really excellent/con sidering the varying conditions. On Wednesday some very fine marks* nianship was shown, especially in the Mahoney Handicap, 7 shots at 500 yards, in which no less than 27 pos sibles were put on, and fifteen 34's were counted out. In the Rodgers' Hand/cap, at 000 yards, 18 possibles were also recorded. The Teams' Match resulted in a win in the "A" division for Dimboola (498), Warrack nabeal (497), and, Winiam (494) be ing second and third respectively. In the "13" section, Rainbow (412)v, from scratch, were the winners, .Dopewora (412) being second, *and Wail (40f>) third. Twenty-two teams competed. About IS...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914
Further Continuance of the SAIoll OP' GUJMTKT'S. STOCK ■ ' "• * By the Adelaide Bargain Company. Prices Still Further Reduced for Speedy Clearance. HATS—Ladies' Trimmed Hats,.27/6 for U/D, 25/ for 5/> 21/ for 4/3. Tloauliful Millinery Sprays, lovely goods, 2/31 for l/» i/H for Od., 1/3 for yd. • ■ DRESS GOODS ! Prices aro the Lgwest'ever known here. Figured Sicilians, 1/11 for 6d; Silk Striped Voiles, 1/fl for -iVjd.; Heavy Dress Tweeds, l/f» for Cel. yaril, dotible width-; Satin Cloths 3/C, for 1/8%; Dress "Muslins 7>/sd., for 2%d'. These arc soins rapidly. Over .100 Pieces o( Dress "Goods to select from. FIRST COM-B FIRST SERVED. -BLOUSES—Cambric Blouses 1/11, for (id. each. Splendid Blouses at 1/3, 1/9, 1/11, 2/11. Balance of our 72 One-Piece Costumes to clear at ::/H, 4/11, 6/11. BOYS' SUMMER SUITS, three garment, (1/1! For 2/G, 9/11 for 3/11. MEN'S WORKING SHIRTS, 1/(1, 1/0, 1/11. lien's Underpants, 1/9, 1/11, 2/6.- Men's Felt Mats, 8/11 for :)/«, 7/11.for 2/11. THESE GOO...
TABLE OF CAPACITY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914
TABLGj.Or' CAPACITY. To ascertain tho capacity of a cir cular tank, multiply the square of tho i.diameter (In inches) by .78G4, or tho square of the circumferenpe (in In ches) by .07958, to obtain the area. Then multiply tho area by the depth in | inches to obtain the capacity in cubio ■ inches.- Divide this by 277.274 to ob •i tain the capacity in -gallons, or by 1 4G656, to obtain" tho capnolty ln yards.
NEWS OF THE DAY. FOREIGN MISSIONS INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914
HEWS OF THE BAY. FOREIGN MISSIONS INTEREST. Methodist Foreign ' Mission revenue has ,established , a new record mark, according to' a statement mad.e to the Methodist Conference. The .'total, re venue lor the year, the report stated, amounted to £945S 12/11, making a record..of records, the net increase be ing £5S7 12/11, upon the income of *.Ua previous year, aftef making" up a shor tage in bequests and specials of near ly £440. The report was adopted. 'RAID OiV C HAFtfKJU T 131?. " It is reported that about 40 members of the 'Rural /Workers4 Union, who are strikers, organised a raid on a chaff cutter in the Wagga district. They arrived at the camp just before day light, when the .men were sleeping, and the latter were told thatic they did not leave the work immediately they would be burnt out. The strikers marched the workmen to the- town, but the farmers organised a party and escorted the workmen bad; to 1110 chafteutter. It was stated by one I farmer that there will be . bloodsh...
A KHARTOUM VICTORY. FIGHTING IN THE DESERT. LONDON, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914
A KHARTOUM VICTORY. FIGHTING IN THE DESERT. LONDON, Friday Night. . Reports from Khartoum state7 that sharp fighting has occurred between a large band of Arab outlaws and a small patrol led by Major Conly, D.S.O., at Wadi Haifa. The fight was on to the death, and the outlaws swooped time after time, upon the small band of native loyalists led by the British officer. In the end, how ever, the outlaws were--beaten off, nearly all of them beiug killed, or wounded/ but Major Conley and se veral of. his troops ; were 'mortally wounded.
BEULAH. FIRE BRICADE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914
I BEULAH. i - ' (From oujt ■Correspondent.).' FIRE BRICfcYDlS. Deputy 'Chief'Officer Ellis, of the Country Fire Brigades Board, who visited Beulali 011 10th February, and inspected the local fire ;jbrigade, has reported very favorably upon the gen eral efficiency of the brigade. In com* menting upon the businesslike manner i in which the men carried out the two | hours' work of practices which he gave them, Air. Ellis remarks that thero arc some smart men in the brigade, and it afforded him pleasuro to notice the great improvement shown since his former visit. He- was also pleas ed to learn that all amounts owing on the fire-lighting applianecs had been paid, and a few pounds were on hand to the credit of the brigade. Mr. Ellis made special mention of the clean" and orderly way in which the station was kept, and the excellent appearance of the appliances, concluding his report with the terse statement—"Much im proved brigade.'' TELEPHONE EXTENSION. A gang of telephone linesmen is at...
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. HARVEST FESTIVAL SERVICES. MAN'S PROGRESS AND RELATIONSHIP TO GOD. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914
[ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. HARVEST FESTIVAL SERVICES. MAN'S PROGRESS AND RELATION SHIP TO GOD. , ' . Though the weather was oppressive, there were good congregations at tlio Presbyterian Church on Sunday when thanksgiving - .services in connection, with the ■'harvest wero .held. .The ciiurcii was tastefully de V.orated for the occasion. Appropriate discourses were delivered by the Rev.". G.. T,'"', Welling, of. Dimboola, his re maAs'-Vems thoughtful and Improa sivi:. "fi'ho antiiems, "They " shall mount ni) as on wings"-and "Praise ■the 'Lord" were' well rendered by the choir, under the leadership of 111'. J. Neil. ,Miss Frances Wright Smitli nv'eslded at the organ. At the evening' service an interest ing address was delivered on the sig nificance of._a sheaf of wheat, which the speaker said might be regarded as a symbol of'our progress.- They remembered how the poet plucked a flower from the wall, and as lie con templated it be felt that enbosomed in that little thing was the secret an...
DISLOYAL MAYOR. SCENE AT A PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914
DISLOYAL MAYOR. SCENE AT'A PICNIC. An angry sceen took place at the picnip of the Kennon leather workers employes on Saturday through Mr, "Webber* Mayor of Richmond, refusing to honor the toast of the King. The employes' representative told Mi, Webber he should not have come*,to the.picnic to air lus disloyal views, Messrs. Tudor and Cotter, Labor members, rose to the toast.