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COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. Wheat,. 3/5. ■ Flour, 14/3. Bran, 1/1%. Pollard, 1/1%, Factory butter, 1/4. Dairy butter, 7d. and 8d. : Eggs, 8d. Melbourne Press Quotations:— 'Factory butter, 1/2. Dairy butter, 8%d; to 9%d. Eggs, lOd. (By Wire.—Melbourne Thursday.) Owing to telegraphic interruptions no: wires came-to hand last night.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOWLING [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

Some good games were played off on the green on Wednesday in the sin. gles-and championship matches. Mr E. Dally, defeated Jlr. Rushburv, and Mr. Hopkins beat Mr...Field in tlio' .semi-finals, and these, two will now contest the final for, the singles.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

W. H. JANES' No. J STORE. . . ! Special Value for the Next Fourteen Days. ——^—— Special Values in DR..'US—■' ■ Special Values in COSTUMES. Special Values in MILLINERY. Special Values in LACES. "j Special "Values in GLOVES. Special Values In CALICOES. Special Values in UNDERCLOTHING. W. H. J's. - No. i STORE. ^peciac ..vatues in MEN'S SUITS, ready to wear.' ^peuidi. vaiues in YOUTHS' SUITS, ready to wear. Special Values in BOYS' SUITS, ready to wear. Special V^jues In TROUSERS,'^ Special Values in VESTS. Special Values in HATS. ." " , Special Values in BRACES. rRP73t[j*.v*' Special Values in TIES. Special Values In SHIRTS. _ . Tailoring.. Tailoring. Tailoring. Our Tailoring Deparjflient has "earned the reputation of being right Up -To-Dato,.'both a9-rogftTdffrto«^Styl© and irinish, - ... - .. Place Your Order for your EASTER SUIT now. * ■ "9 ; "Where Everything is-Best by Actual Test." Builder and Contractor, The "bailee" Joinery Works, Woolcott Street, Builds ttf suit your requireme...

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

ESTABLISHED 1m.

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NEW MALLEE SETTLEMENT ADDRESS AT MURRAYVILLE. ENCOURAGING ADVICE TO FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

NEW MALLEE SETTLEMENT ADDRESS AT MURRAYVILLE. ENCOURAGING ADVICE TO . FARMERS. Mr. A. E, V. Ricliardson, Superinten dent of Agriculture, addressed a meet ing of farmers in the Murrayville Hall. .The attendance was good, ~ Mr. Richardson, who prefaced his Temarks by saying he was born, I brought up, and educated in the naai- j lee, said eight years ago he rode from Tailem Bend to Renmark when water was not so plentiful as it is to-day. and during very hot weather. He thought Murrayville and district could be congratulated on three things, viz.. water supply, railway, and roads. As bad as the latter were, .the farmers on the west coast of South Australia had much worse. He came to find out •v what Jocal oondiitons really were, and from his observations he considered that this portion of the niallee dis trict was destined to become a per manent and enduring source of agri cultural success. Ninety per cent, of the wheat srrown this year came from the mallee the Wimmera, and the nor ther...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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SHEEP HILLS. WEATHER AND STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

SHEEP HILLS. ! (From bur Correspondent.) fcr."—-—1 .. WEATHER AND STOCK. The weather has been very trying of late, and even more oppressive than the hot spell of February. How ever, summer appears to benearing the end, and a break should occut very shortly. It is rather early yet for rain, audv,it would be to the inter est of stock owners if it kept dry until the end of- March, as the stock thrive well whilst drinking plenty, of water. Immediately the cold weather sets in stock become pinched up; and farmers are then obliged*to feed them. DRY FALLOWING. " j Quite a number of local farmers are | busy dry fallowing. Opinions are divi ded in this district as to the' wisdom of dry farming. There is a gap to be ' flUed in from now until seeding, and teams have to be fed. Those who have dams to clean or enlarge are busy at it ere-rain may fall. A NEW VENTURE. Mr. W. Powell has engaged a steam engine to clean out his dam. It is stated that tlie engine will haul out hundreds of yards a day ...

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

WARNING* l'TiCAL, QUACKS are very nu \ / morons in this country. Thcv travel irom house to liouse preylns upon me u'eal; i.nd old with promises of - marvellous cures of all kinds ol "eye troubles," with a patented "fam pus fictitious named lens" From time to time I have tried to warn you; Optical Fakora are in the country every week. Reliable men do not travel from house to house. It you get --Dit" you have no one to blame tout yourself. In addition to the swindling done by such grafters* the harm and injuries they.sell cannot be overestimated. . The people should consider carefully ithe reputation and honesty of the man whom they, entrust witili. their eyes. . • I visit your town- every eight weeks mid hold consultations at tlie Com •inerciBi Hotel. I do not canvass from house to house. Professional men do not do that sort of thing. My next visit to your district is as under:— MLNYIP, Saturday March 21, at Shamrock Hotel. WARllACKNABEAL, all day Mon day, March 23, at ''Commercial H...

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SPORTING NEWS. TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

SPORTING NEWS. A meeting or St. Patrick's Race Oh.h was held at Woodfme's Hotel on Ti.es day evening, Father Gleeson being I he chair. Matters in connection ®l the forthcoming races were discussed and everything was reported in t'ti top order. Entries were good, and everything progressing satisfactorily Gatekeepers were arranged for, aiii! Mr. .Fowler appointed scratcliins si. ward.

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FIRE IN THE MALLEE. SERIES OF MISFORTUNES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

FIRE IN THE JIALLEE. SERIES OF MISFORTUNES. Mr. M. Kinie, of Panitya East, one of Hie best known settlors in the Vic torian territory, added to liis list of misfortunes by the lire liend—the fourth . Within five years—recently, when, despite every precaution, fire consumed the whole-of his hay, about 48 tons, with about 20 bags of screen* ings, and badly damaged 60 tags of seed wheat. Mr. Eimer was engaged in fire-raking the stubble.in the pad docks, where four stacks of hay wore. To safeguard the stacks, Messrs. Smith Bros, were on hand ready to put out any signs of fire. When at some dis« tance away in the paddock, Mr. Einie noticed that the top of one of the stacks Was alight, and with all haste made, for the stack. Unfortunately, Messrs. Smith Bros., who were stand* ing under the stack-, were unable to see the ignition, and notwithstanding that everything possible was' done to save the hay, the conflagration spread and burnt four stacks. One stack bo» j longing to the Messrs. Sm...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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"UNCONSCIONABLE INTEREST." MAGISTRATE CUTS IT IN HALF. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

" UNCONSCIONABLE m TRUEST." magistrate cuts it in half. J1 . Mr. Read Murphy, p.jr., ila(] him In Melbourne- 011 Wedneschv case. in which Swift and Hothb ' money lenders, sued Jolm and lieb? ca Cross lor £11 is/, due 0]1 .™ ' missory note., The evidence s 'n that they had borrowed £10 h.T^ and paid £7 for it, at the "at o1?0,'; per cent. They repaid 'part 01 ® then gave another ,,ron,issory' i" at the same interest, and whil* , had repaid £6, they still owed p™ Tlus the magistrate characterised ,, unconscionable. Bavins repaid of this, they gave another note hut were no better off than before ' were now sued l'or £11 18/ ' S5ir:,rl

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

A MERCILESS JUDGE. A merciless judge is Father Time. \ Before him the weak and the wanting j go to the wall. Only tlie truth can stand. For 15 years the following j statement from a Horsham resident { lias "withstood this sternest of alii tests. Mr. James "Wallis, "Hepburn," Ro berts Avenue, Horsham, says :—"Ex* perience has taught me that the very best remedy for kidney trouble is Doan's Backache Kdiney Pills. I was a great sutferer from the kidneys for a long time, and used' every remedy that I heard about, but Doan's Back ache Kidney Pills was the only thing that gave me any relief, and event-' ually they cured'me completely. The) pains.. in my back were extremely bad, and every turn of my body sentl a twinge through me like the stab of a knife. -Sly secretions were weak and highly colored, and I did not get-much sleep at night. I always felt as if borne down by some heavy burden, but Doan's Backache Kidney Pills al tered all this, and made me feel in perfect health again. There ...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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TEMPERANCE NEWS. COST OF DRINK AND DEFENCE. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

i TEMPERANCE NEWS. | , COST OF DRjNK AND DEFENCE. (Contributed.) A striking comparison between Aus tralia's .Drink Bill and its expenditure on defence was made by. Bro. John Vale during the course of a temper ance sermon at the Pleasant street Methodist Church, Ballarat, on. Sunday night. He remarked that they had adopted compulsory military service in Australia, and they, were building a navy, because the circumstances of j the world made it appear necessary; to make preparation for defence. They ; were becoming so desperately in ear nest over the matter, and the defence expenditure had grown so much, that now they were spending in Australia 011 the army and navy nearly a quar ter of the amount spent in strong drink. For every pound they spent in drink they were spending about 5/ on defence. That might be taken as evidence that they were in earnest on the'defence question; but it might also be taken as evidence that they ought to be a great deal more in earnest on; the drink questi...

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STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

STAR PICTURES. - There was-a large- audience at tlie Star -Picture Theatre on- Wednesday evening, and patrons were highly de lighted : with the fine 'programme ■ pre sented.' The dramas were of a'sensa tional and stirring 'character, i "Past Redemption" was an 'exceedingly "in teresting story, witlv some impressive, parts, and it was followed:with -tho keneest-: interest throughout.: "The Three Wise Men" was' a drama of ■ con siderable length, , and each dovolop riient in the story only added to the in terest and- suspense of the onlookers, who will not soon torget the lino les son taught.This was one of the best productions yet screened in Warrack -habeal, and the hearty applauso at its conclusion testlflod tov. the .apprecia tion. of. the ■ spectators. The ' rest of tho drQmas were also of- a high order, of merit,- tho -most'notable being, "The Love.Theft" and "The-SherifTs>Honey mooii.'-':. An- interesting series:. of Ga zette. pictures' brought undor notice happenings of rece...

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WIMMERA SHIRE COUNCIL. GRANT TO HIGH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

"WIMMERA SHIRE COUNCIL. GRANT TO HIGH SCHOOL. At a meeting of the Wimmera Shire Councii the secretary of the Higher Elementary school, Warracknabeal, wrote requesting donation. It was de cided that £25 h'e donated as a spe« cial grant from the sliire. S. Giddings, Kellalac, was granted permission to erect culvert on road near allot. 10, parish of Kellalac, sub* ject to engineer's approval. W. H. 'Armstrong, Feery Bros., .and C., Sharp, Wallup, J. G. Milbourne, Ail sa, and Victor Witney, Wallup, were given permission-to cross -roads with channels. .. Discussing the question of the .des truction of thistles, Cr. McRae thought that the shire: was too large for the-in spector to look after. Tliey should pro-: tect those who were: trying to protect themselves. The time was coming when they" should have, two inspec tors. Although-numbers of people.cut without notice^ numbers did not do so until they were-forced. He. suggested future consideration or the matter. 'Cr.: Thomas thought that a...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

OBITUARY. The -death has occurred or 1. Clma. J3,{ Wos.t, ,oi'-the Albion Until' Horsham, Deceased Had been i„ , ' ing health for some time Mr. Samuel Peter McArthnr ■ was admitted Hb the Horsham-L f' tal suffering-'from'.typhoid tevor ,11' 111 the Institution oft Saturday De.iei-sert was 34 years of ncr ^

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WARRACKNABEAL CENERAL SESSIONS. CHARGE OF FALSE PRETENCES. ACCUSED ACQUITTED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

warracknabeal general sessions. CHARGE OF FALSE.PRETENCES. ACCUSE!) ACQUITTED. At the Court of General' Sessions irt Warracknabenl on Tuesday, ^e'9r,? His Honor,' Judge Winnecke, Herbert Harold T'rompt was; presented on two counts of! obtaining money witlv inteiu to defraud. Tlie first charge was than accused tendered a valueless cheque Ior!'<£6 to -Jas. Kerr, of Scbtt street, Warracknabeal; On the second count Troinpf was charged with presentinc a valueless cheque for £3 to Geo. Cooper, barman, at the Palace Hotel, Warracknabeal. Mr. ,T. S. -Wright Smith appeared to prosecute for the Crown, and Mr. Francis -D. Mann, of Murtoa, for the accused. , . The following jury was empannelled —C. Quint (foreman), A. Sutcliffe, H. \E. Freeman, Geo. Hallihan, Win. Hall, H. R. George, J. Conduit, J. It. McDon ald, A. Taylor, jumv, J. Goudie, J. T. O'Caliaghan, and Wm. Quint. ■In opening the case for the Crown, Mr. Wright -Smith said two important facts should be noted by the jury, wit...

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The herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION: PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, MARCH; 13th, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST ' CIRCULATION: PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS,' WITH SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, MARCH; 13tll,. 1914/ ... The- figures-published■ recently. thatS' - ' so'far this year:the 'Federal.revenue, is £600 short of the previous year, .• while'tlio taxation'is increasing, is suf fleiently serlousto arrest the attention. of all -electors - witliin Australia. - The. ■ Federal expenditure; has jumped from about-' £6,000,000' in- ■ 1909' to £17,000,000 net in 1912-13: Tlie -pre sent (financial year, 1913-1914, provides-!'.;"' for a still larger expenditure of some • millions. The increase- of expendiutre on*a falling revenue cannot go on un-' ceasingly -.without serious; consequen ces to. the people. Mr. Wilkins-Micaw ber used to say—"Income,- £20; ex- * penditure, £20 0/6—perpetual misery; :: income, £20; expenditure; £19 19/6— perpetual happiness." : In a country of vast area like Australia; and where the Governments : have assumed-; the ;. control of so many co...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

BEREAVEMENT CARD. < -Mr;- and fifrs. Dwyer desire .to sin« | cerely^thank the doctor and nursea of Nurse Munro's Private Hospital for *, j their unremititng attention.; also all those who so Icindly and generously rendered assistance; aud-to : all kind friends for condolences- and expres- • sions of sympathy • received during their, recent sad-bereavement.

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

Fighting Fop Breath. "My little boy was a martyr to bail colds and coughs," says Mrs. C. War relli lake's' Creek, Hockhanyptou, Q. "At times he 3ina been bo bad that I have • found him fighting for. breath. Since 1 started, giving him Chamber lain's Cough. Remedy I do not worry over his coughs, for I know that a couple of doses will give him immedi ate loltef. Sold by Hutchinson aud Co. and J. N. WoaMott.

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ENTERTAINMENTS. MELBA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

ENTERTAINMENTS! MELBA PICTURES. Some excellent dramas were shown at the Melba Theatre on Tuesday even ing, before a good audience. The star, attraction was "The Special Oflicer," and a more engrossing story could scarcely be desired. * "The Signal of Distress" and. "Home" in Suburbia" were also capital selections. The hu morous items were particularly enjoy able, notably, "Jimmy's Pinislt," "Her "Husband's Wife," and "Ten Carat Hero." "Le Carte," the wizard," who will ap pear at the Melba Theatre to-morrow night, comes with a good reputation for clean sleight of hand work and il lusions. His performance is stated to be a series of amazing experiments, in which cards, coins, handkerchiefs, and live stock figure^prominently. "Le Carte" has the reputation of being one of the foremost card manipulators of his time, and invites any member of the audience to "bring his own cards which he will use in preference to his own. "Le Carte" will also present the mysterious "coffee bean" illusion,...

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