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WIDOW'S ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914

WIDOW'S ES TATE. Elizabeth Gotch, widow of the late J. Gotcli, newsagent, left £14,500 to her children.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914

BEREAVEMENT CARD. Mri'aud.Mrs. A. Ewins and Family desire to tender their sincere thanks to many friends for kindness and sympathy extended to them during their recent sad bereavement, espe cially (Mr. and Mrs. J. Landt, Mr. and Mrs. I. Clarke, Mr. A. Lamont, and Constable Sims. IN MEMORIAM. QUICK.—In loving memory of my beloved wife, Lavinia Quick,/who died March 5th, 1912, at Surrey Hills. A loving wife and 'mother gone Home to Heaven to rest, and wait for us.—Farewell., loved one. I have lost my soul's companion, A life linked with my' own ; Day by day Imiss her footsteps As I walk through life alone. \ Farewell, dear mother, your days are past. ' You loved us while your life did last. You always strove to do your best. And now at last you are at rest. -Mu h more, much more, the heart can feel Than lips can speak or tongues re veal. Inserted by her loving husbaud ana children.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914

PRODUCE MARKETS. Wheat, 3/5. Flour, 14/3, • \ Bran, 1/1M>. • • < Pollard, I/I14. Factory butter, 1/4. Dairy butter, 7d. and Sd. Eggs, Sd. Melbourne Press Quotations:— Factory butter, 1/2. Dairy butter, S^d. to 9}&d. Eggs, lOd. ♦ (By Wire.—Melbourne Monday.) Wheat, dull, prompt delivery along-_ side, 3/9V2; oats, feed, 1/10; milling, 1/11.

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914

PERSONAL. Di\-Campbell, who has.been a resi dent. of Hopetoun for over three years, has: sold liis practice to Dr. Gregg. Prior..to his departure, Dr. Campbell ; was entertained at the Club'Hotel. Mr. Tiios. Hatcher, J.P., presided, and there, was a large attendance. : Mrs. Jennings, one of the oldest re sidents of Hopetoun, is about to talce her departure from'that town, having been appoiuted. to. t!is charge of the Bealiba post oftice. '. • . Mrs; T. H. . Mann and family, who have been on an oxtended visit to the seaside and city, returned home on.Friday evening. \ Miss Doris Sampson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Sampson, is on a visit to friends in Warracknaheal. Mr. C. Bevan is about'to sever his connection .with Warracknabeai, .hav. ing: accepted * an appointment. with Messrs. Moran and (3ato,'in . Mel bourne.., As a vocalist, .Mr.. Bevan rendered good: service to local , insti. tutions,' and his dopnrtwro will l>e; re gretted. ■Mr. Alex. .McDonald, who left for \V(«it Austra...

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The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, MRACH 10th, 1914. WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914

€l?e Jkralb THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, .WITH SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, MRACH 10th, 1914. WATER SUPPLY. At a meeting of the Borung Council ou Friday a communication was read from the Shire of Karkarooc, with re ference to water storages for the north-west. The Commission had sta ted that tliev first desired to ascer tain if the works being carried out on the Richardson River would meet re - quirements. A trial was to be made with these works to serve the Sea Lake district, and this would save the Lake Lonsdale., water for the north west. Cr. Pendlebury said it .seemed as if the Commission had decided not to do anything further in the "matter of increased shortage until the pre sent supply failed. That meant that in the event of a dry year many people would be witliout water. The estima ted cost of carrying out the Black Swamp scheme was £12,000, and this amount was so small that the project should be gone on with without demur. He ...

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PROPOSAL TO MORROW. COUNCIL RESTRAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914

PROPOSAL TO MORROW.. council restrained. Mr. Justice X'Becketf issued a per petual injunction restraining th® Queenscliff Council from borrowing £4000 for the installation of electric light until an order from the execu tive council was obtained.

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Late Melbourne. (By Wire— Melbourne Monday.) WATERSIDE WORKERS' CASE. SOLICITOR OBJECTED TO. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 March 1914

Late Melbourne. (By Wire— Melbourne Monday.) WATERSIDE WO It KKBS' ■ CASE. ' SOLICITOR OBJECTED TO. The waterside workers' case was commenced to-day. • ' Mr. Justice Wiggins refused to al low Mr. Schraeder, solicitor, to ap-. pear for the owners. He. considered that Mr: Schraeder s apopintment as assistant secretary a few weeks ago was an obvious evasion of the Act. • Mr. Hughes opened the case for the men by saying they -wanted 2/ an hour for a day's work, and 3/ over- j time. I

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COUNTY COURT ACTION. BREACH OF CONTRACT. FIXING VALUE OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

I COUNTY COURT ACTION. BREACH OF CONTRACT., FIXING VALUE OF SHEEP. His Honor Judge Winnecke presi ded at the County Court in Warrack nabeal on Tuesday, when a case re lating to a deal in sheep was . dealt with. William George Hewitt and William John Craig proceeded against W. Miller for breach of contract. The claim was for £100. On or about October 29th, 1913, defendant, through his agents (Messrs. Miller and James), agreed to sell, and th'e plaintiffs agreed to purchase about 630 cross bred and comeback ewes. Delivery was to be given within a week, but was not carried out. Through this breach of agreement the plaintiffs , claimed tliat they had suffered the loss of profit of 3/1% per ewe, being the difference between the contract price, 12/4%, ami 15/6, the market price which would have been obtained on the re-sale of the 600 ewes at the time i the breach was made. The total amount was £93 15/. They also claim ed expenses incurred in travelling to place of delivery £2 15/, and exp...

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BREACH OF AGREEMENT. CLAIM IN COUNTY COURT. VERDICT FOR PLAINTIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

BREACH OF AGREEMENT. CLAiM IN COUNTY COURT. • VERDICT FOR PLAINTIFF. Among the cases dealt with in the County Court on Tuesday, before ills Honor, Judge Winnecke, was an action by Walter William Witney, farmer, of Antwerp, against Charles Dorman, far mer. of Beiilali, for damages for breach of agreement. Mr.. Hogan, of Dimboola, appeared for the \plaintiff, and Mr. Bullen, of Beulah, for the defendant. In opening the case, Mr. Hogan said that on March 5tli, 1913, defendant agreed to sell to plaintiff 276 comeback ■ ewes at 9/3, but the contract was not carried out, plaintiff being refused de livery. In April the sheep were sold at 14/ per head. The amount of the claim was £72 9/. Mr.. Bullen said there were several grounds of defence. Plaintiff was introduced to defendant as the buyer of his land. A block of land was pre viously sold to a man named Chris tian. He was supposed -.to complete the sale on March 1st, 1913, but failed to do so. The real transaction was that the sheep were...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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SHIRE VALUATIONS. APPEAL IN COUNTY COURT. ASSESSMENT REDUCED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

SHIRE VALUATIONS. appeal in county court. assessment reduced. , county Court.on Wednesday, His Honor Judge Winnecke, ?, McCoU appealed against the; sl.ire U ?,™nf£75 placed upon the pre f to scotfstreet occupied by him ' ™l5a Coacli factory, on the ground of "nMrr.Wrigl>t"smith appeared for tins appeilant, and Mr Pitcher on behalf. f iha Shire Council. ^ °fMr Pitcher said the property was ,Mr; in one of the best parts of S tnvrii The'buildings in themselves only shells, but they were fitted ■ wer,®. fuch a way as to become valu. for the carrying on of a large fac ?„rv The court should take into con ?i Motion the enhanced value which Sld things gave to the property. 'his Honor said lie understood that .1» nroDerty had to be treated not merely as land and buildings, but as a S°M? Pitcher said the question to be noidered was the rental which the property might be expected to^ bring. Mr: McColi had been in occupatiori of L premises, for many years, and it was understood that he was p...

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RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

RIFLE .NOTES. The members of the Aubrey nine Club had a shoot on Tuesday last for the champion gold medal. Mr. li. McCollim, alter 'a close contest, was declared the winner, Mr. W. Stewart being a good second.

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RATES OF POSTAGE, COMMONWEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

RATES OF POSTAGE, . COMMONWEALTH. Letters.—For every halt ounce, or fraction thereof, Id. , Letter Cards.—Single, each, Id. Letter Cards.—Reply, each halt, Id. Postcards.—Single, Id. Postcards.—Reply, each half, Id. Printed Papers, aB prescribed, per 2 oz. or part of , 2 oz,, Vstd. Books (printed outside. Australia),. oz.-or. part of . 4 oz., %d.~ . Books (printed in Australia), 8 oz. or part of 8 oz., %d. Magazines, that'is to say (a), Muga zines,.Reviews, Serials, and other simi- ' lar publications printed and published - 'in Australia in numbers at intervals not exceeding three-months, per 8 oz. or part of 8 oz., fad.. (b) Magazines, Reviews, Serials, and other similar publications (includ ing Newspapers) printed and publish ed; outside Australia in numbers at In tervals not exceeding, three months, 1 j per 4 oz. or part of 4 oz., %d'. • , j . "Hansard," that is," reports of Par 1 llamentary debates printed and pub-. I lished by the authority of the Com- 1 monwealth.or State, per...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

Take No Other. "For nine years I suffered with a | ■liver disorder -and tried numerous me- j dicines. obtaining very little relief, | writes .Miss -Esther .T.-: Coles,... Majors., Creel:, N.S.W. "After lulling <-h:im ; ■ berlain'fl Tablets rnsiilarly for a/qi't-1 night I found I was greatly benefited,; and am now-completely restored to j health. My- father, who is 79, is an . ■invalid, and is troubled with consti pation. tot ;has obtained the .greatest benefit from Chamberlain 8 "tablets. Rather than use anypother we have otten sent flnto .Braidwood,; that is 20 miles away, for Ci.amber-( lato's Tablets. Sold by HutcMnBOii. and Co: and J. N; V> ooicott. WEAKNESS AND -POOH BLOOD CAUSED MUCH SUFFERING, r,:0M cirjLHOOD to woman hood.- SYDNEY WOMAN'S STORY. In flic case of .Mrs. Mart-Jin Sim mons, of 19 Coyo street, Liahnain, Syd ney, whoso kyt'tei;*ap}5ears below, an other illustration is p;tvon <:f the won deri'ui properties of Dr. Morsel Indian Hoot Pills, as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

Honestly Recommended' v; "To anyone suffering from d'arrlwM v.. ca.n jionostly: recommend.; i ],aln'a-: CoHo -and''Diarrhoea: iRoweoj.,- - as. being : thO 'most'satisfactory;. mecly on- the. market," writes. Mr.V' Hooper, Wakefield, N.Z. I liavo trlon ^an>'Sort8vo{!mediolses;rlrat^iiaT9.*R\::.> ! nothing, equal to; Clmmberlaln'B; W1'0 , ,; and Diarrhoea Remedy." Sold by»'"' cMnson and Co. and J. N. Woolcott.

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ART UNION.. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

ART UNION.. The" Eight Hours committee an nounce elsewhere in this issue their . 58th annual art union, in which 100 prizes, ol a total value of £1000, will be distributed. The tlrst prize is va lued at £500, the second £100, and the third' £!>0. The support acoordcd the undertaking.last.year so sen erous that the committee were, enabled to donate a very substantial sum ; tc the hospitals and. public, charities,. to which the proceeds are devoted. The committee has already, made compleU arrangements in connection with tlie fete,-which will be held-at the Exhibi lion '.Buildings',: Monday, 27th April; The tickets are only-1/ each, and may be purchased in almost every town }u. the State, or direct from the secretary, Mr; .Tolin Hyman, at the. Trades Hall, Carlton. . ■

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HIDES AND SKINS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

HIDES AND.SKIN8. The 'Australian'-Mercantile.Land ed Finance- Go. - Ltd.* report!—'SheepsW0® —Market * advanced < %d/~ on j wools and / longer length.;., HideS'-A11 weights, yad,! dearer.' Tallow-^ooa colorpS/; poorer grade.1?; 10/,; declto0?.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

GET ON GOOD TMRMS WITff YOL'K BANK .MANAGER. , Those Fanners who would like to im provo their standing, at the bank. shpuld boearoful to look through the special terms j. and prices . . offored by Intorliatioual I Harvester Co. of Australia fop March orders ■only.-- '..«.••• ■ • This circular shows how to gob xkrictiy.. first-cluss machinery and implements at low prices, and with a very small outlay oj ready money. ■: Also tells how to got a high-class English mado Harometer-'lhermomotcr worth £1-0-0 (no advertising) absolutely- free. v - • .RcMember that these prices .and terwis aw'avaliable only until March 31st. iAddress .them at.; their nearest olhce, iBiirf.v3 Syd.( Jlelb , Adldo , Fcith or X>'ton«~ •■•••. . <53 Entertaining an Enemy. • Don't entertain* a chronic ;nmning i sore- or wounds. Cure, it* with: Dr. j Sheldon's Magnetic, Liniment. Price.' V6 and.3/,' .Obtainal-le everywhere:, : TH0N13. No. 15. J. N. WOOLCOTT, ■ Registered Dentist, Scott Street - - Warrac...

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BALLARAT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

BALLA1UT STOCK SAII S quality cattle were in-strong demand at the. Ballarat sale yards oil Tues day. and ; prices showed an improve ment on those of,;last j weelc,. cows es pecially selling- to advantage.' '* Prime bullocks realised from £1110/ to £12 10/;, and extra - prime, from £13 to £14 10/; with prime - cows from £9 •to £10 7/6; best calves brought to £6 10/. For - sheep,, last week's high rates were maintained. Prime cross bred wethers fetched from119/6 to 20/ 6; and extra prime from 22/ to 24/; prime; ewes, from 17/6 to 18/6; and extra prime, from 19/ to 22/6. Prime lambs realised from 16/'to 16/; extra .prime,-from 17/ to 18/; and heavy weights.sold to 19/10. Among the sales were.tho following: —491 comeback: and orossbred ewes, and wethers from .Waraolcnabeal, to 22/; 98 comeback ewos, Mr. H.-Dani els,-^ellanglpi to 14/; 51 merino ewes, 'Mr. H. George, Lah, at-18/6; -8. cross-, bred ewes, Mr. W. Themeld, BanKer ang Nortli, 13/11; Mr. B. King, Lah, comeback wethers, *• 18/;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

Youisra bros-.,; ftuotioneers. Stpoh . and Station , flgeirta, Land, Finance, and Commission i Agents, HOKSHAM, NHILL, HAMILTON AND WARR ACKNADEAL. Braocii Offices at Ararat, Murtoa, Minylp, Nhlll, Rupanyup, Dimboolu, .Lrton. Donald, Terang, Balmoral, and Goroke; also Wolsley, S.A. i,e AGENTS FOR:— my9, Lasoelles, Limited, Wool and Oraln Brokers, Stock and id Agents, Geelong and Melbourne. • Australian Mutual Provident Society. j National Fire Insurance Oo. of New Zealand. & Baliarat Banking Co. Limited. ItIis Australasian Mutual Live Stools Insurance Society Limited. business arrangements with all the leading firms of auctioneers in a south Wales and South Australia. TAuctlon sales of Horses, Cattle, Slieep held at Horsham, NhlU, Hauill n Murtoa, Minylp, Warracknabeal, Beulah, Hopetoun, Rupanyup, Donald, mioola, Kaniva, Natimuk, Goroke, Dunkeld, Casterton, Cavendish,„Stralh %.wnie Balmoral, Terang, and Lake Bolac. ' MONEY TO LEND AT LOWEST RATES. pecia! Horse Sale. Warrackn...

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CORRESPONDENCE BUILDING REGULATIONS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

CORRESPONDENCE BUILDING REGULATIONS. {To the Editor.) Sir,—Kindly allow us a" little of your space to have a tilt at the shire councillors for the very lop-sided way in which they administer their lovely building regulations.' At the last meet ing of the council we submitted a re« quest that the building regulations might be relaxed, so. as to, allow us to shift back an iron building some 60 feet to. enable us to_ put. up a brick structure iri^ its: place/ The building surveyor gave it as his opinion that the position .Created was 'almost simi* lar to Mr. T. W. Palmer's, when the difficulty .was overcome X>y the erec tion of a brick cut off wall. ' In Mr. Palmer's case, the building removed was of wood, and used as a dwelling house. Ours is a corrugated ir6n shop, and only a 'frame at that. When in position it would not adjoin any other building, arid the fire risk would be very small. Councillors became very valiant in insisting on strictly, adher ing, to the regulations. They, ...

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