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HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. ORDINARY MEETING.' The monthly meeting of the War racknabeal District Hospital commit tee was held at the Shire Hall on Tuesday evening, -there being present —Mr. R. 'Smith (president) . and Messrs. Moulden, Schickerling, Dun gey, Quinn, Gould, Miller, Hewitt, McLean, Rawling, A; Heath, Long, and Mackenzie. Apologies were received from Messrs. O'Callaghan and Dally. A letter was received from Messrs. W. C. Thomas and Sons, donating £10. to the institution.—The: donation was received with thanks, and Mr. Thomas was appointed an annual governor, on the motion of Messrs. Quinn and Long. The secretary reported receipts foi the month as follows ^—'Private .con tribution, £66 2/6; special donation, £1 1/; patients' contributions, £1 1/. Total, £68 4/6. The account at I the bank showed a debit of '£22 0/4. I The matron reported as follows :— j Patients remaining in, 10; admitted during the month, 11; discharged, ilj | died, 2 ; out-patients, treated, 3; visits, 11. Dona...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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INSOLVENCY COURT. DISPOSAL OF HAY STACK. QUESTION OF BONA FIDE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

INSOLVENCY COURT. DISPOSAL OF HAY STACK. QUESTION OF BONA FIDE SALE. In . the Court of Insolvency in War racknabeal on Wednesday, before His Honor, Judge WJnecke, there was a motion' in connection with the insoJ-. vent estate of Herman Henoch Ruwe, fanner, of Bangerang. , • Mr. Wright Smith appeared for the assignee, and Mr. J. G. Pitcher on be half of Miss Riiwe. ' 1 j In opening the examination, Mr. \Vright 'Smith said Ruwe went insol vent on May 2nd, 1913. After he had filed his schedule the assignee, amongst other things, . attached a hay stack in the paddock of a man named Quick, rented from the insol« vent. When the attachment was made a notice was received to the ef fect that the stack of hay containing 70 tons, seized by the assignee, was the property of Louisa Ruwe, and „a warning was given that it should not be sold. Ruwe and his sister were examined in the Police Court, and during that examination Louisa Ruwe said that she had bought the stack of hay, containing about 105...

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

SEED WHEATS. In an article on-seed wheats in the "Australasian," .the writer states that "In selecting the seed to sow, consid eration must he given, first of nil to yield, and undoubtedly ' Federation, In every district, except In the pew mal lee.'where the shortage ot its straw is against It, as the mallee ilioots will grow above it;'undoubtedly Federation will occupy the largest area. With duo regard to time of - .ripening?- yield ing Qualities, suitability, and hay va I'iotieH, and con lining tho choice to six varieties (which shuts out a whole host of good -wheats)i lor 300 ac^'es of wheat, 1 venture to suggest, iji op dor of sowing For the mallee—-Yan dilla Kiiig or Improved Dart's, 50 acres; Currawa or Moira, 50 acres; Federation, 100 acres; Pouny, BO acres;-Gluyas, 25 acres; Firbank, 26 fcfsrrest. , . : Further Continuance of the ' ■ ■ O-TCNTHT'S STOO^: , . By the Adelaide Bargain Company. Prices Still Farther Reduced for Speedy Clearance. • HATS—Ladies' Trimmed Hats,'27/6 f...

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POLITICAL INTRIGUERS. A NOTABLE EXCEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 March 1914

POLITICAL INTRIGUERS. A NOTABLE EXCEPTION. An article hi last week's "Punch," under the above headings, contained 1 the following in regard to the member for Borung :—"So universal a weapon is intrigue, so commonly is" it used that it seems almost impossible to imagine any man rising to rank ;;iid influence in politics without it. Yet such cases do occur, and 'one cropped up recently In the Victorian Parlia* jinent. Tins exception which proves the rule was William Hutchinson, now Minis* I ter for -Agriculture and Water Supply. By all the rules of the game lie ought to be sitting a good long way behind the Ministry, giving it solid, valuable support; but doomed forever to mere private membership. This fate would ■ not be owing to lack of ability or ca pacity to administer a Government department. After the experiences the people of Victoria have had of Minis* t'ers of the Crown, it would indeed be a rcuel tiling to say of any man that lie was unfit to hold office. The bar to William ...

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

Desperate Shooting. Pains In ; the Chest rogulro s prompt j treatment. ■ Uao. Dr. Sheldon's ■ New Dlsoovery for Oouglis.and Colds. It Kivea Immediate relief. Prloo, 1/6 and i S/. ©ttalnatilo everywhere

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

PERSONAL. Mr, Dundas Smith, jnanagor of the Commercial Bank, accompanied by Mrs. Smith and : family, arrived in Warracknabeal, from Mount .Gambler v yester.day morning". Mr.. J. D. Aubrey expects to take his departure from tlio .town-in about a /week. ,, • • Mr. P. Gildea is leaving Warrack nabeal next week, having. purchased a property at'Drysdale, in. the Gee long district. . ' Many of the lady friends of Miss Rita Woolcott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .T. N. Woolcott. who" is to be mar vied to Mr. A. Stanistreet on the 25th hist, assembled at a very successful' kitchen tea in their honor on Tuesday evening, in the Masonic Hall. There was a very largo number present, and a most enjoyable evening was spent The young lady recieved quite an out fit of vfery useCul and valuable kitchen utensils to commence housekeeping with. _ . . . A farewell social was tendered- to Mr.-. C. MceLan by the young people of Sheep Hills. It took the form ot a ' dance, about 40 couples being present. A daint...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

CRICKET. vOwing to Beulah being unable to make the • trip, the match drawn for last Saturday with Bangerang was postponed indefinitely. :: Next Saturday a team from \yilkur will play Bangerang on the ground of the latter. The, last match in connection with tlie Franklin pennant" competition will he played on Saturday next between Brim and Lah, on the ground of tlio former. The team to. ^represent Lah will- be picked from the following Gould (captain),. Mckean, McVicker, .Noslt'e, Freenian, Burgess, Ryan (2)> .Sprlgg (2),' .. Dawe . (3), .Williamson, Eaton, George,'Herman, and,Sleep.

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USEFUL INFORMATION. STANDARD TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

USEFUL INFORMATION. STANDARD TIME. By Acts of Parliament; which came into force on 1st February., 1895, the mean time of the 150th meridian east iongtUude (10 hours:ahead oE London time) was adopted - bb tlie: standard time of Victoria. - New South Wales (Broken' H1H . excepted;: Queensland, and Tasmania. South Australia is S'/i hours, ■ \Vest. Australia 8- hours, and New Zealand 11% hours, ahead of London, whife ;New : Yofk ls 5 hours, and San I<Ya)'icisco:8.hours, behind Lon*: don. Tho standard *tlme; is 20 minutes In advance of true time, at-Melbourne, nnd 31 minutoB. at Hamilton. ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Victoria.—Ordinary telegraph rates from 1st November, 1902, not exceed ing 16 words (town and suburban, with* In prescHbed limits, or within 16 miles of sending station),. 6d., additional • words, Id. each; other places with'1) State"(except* town and suburban),( Words, 9d., additional words, Id. ' ' i uamo and address included. ' Intor-State Telegrams, not exceodlnS IB wo...

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BEULAH WEIGHTS. TUESDAY, MARCH 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

BEULAH WEIGHTS. TUESDAY, MARCH 20th. Trial Handicap, G iurlongs.—Mal leable 9.0, Correction 8.10, Veti Error S.7, H.O.D., S.0, Kaniva and Camrest, 7.7; Britannica, 7.5; Dinyarrack, 7.0. Beulali Handicap, 1 Yt miles.—Val H-iek 9.3, Miss Merriang S^7,* Hopevale 8.3, Florrie Park 7.13, Malleable 7.5, Benllglit, Merri Bridge, and Kiotli, 6.7. Publicans' Purse, B furlongs (Sst, ■miuimum).—Valwick 10,7, Miss -Merri ang 9.11, Hopevale 9.7, Florrie Park 9.3, Ivy May 8.12, Posidonious, Malle able, and Vellangip, S.9; Correction S.5, Yen Error 8.3, Merri Bridge, Kiotli and Britannica 8.0.

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HOPETOUN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

HOPETOUN RACES. There was a fair attendance at the Hopetoun Turl Club's annual races on Friday. Results were :— Bruali Hurdle Race-rA. Beckwitli's Koitli 1; A. Tregear's Benlight 2.- Only starters. 2 to 1 on IColtU. Trial Stakes—S. Whitehead's II.O.D. 1; J. Smith's Plash Pat, 2; S. E. Rag gett's Bridal, 3. Quandong, Canirest, and Glenore also started. 2 to 1 win ner. Hack Race—Cannot 1, Lady. Hilda 2, Swift 3. .My Hope and' Coppash also started. 2 to 1 on winner. . . . Hopetoun , Handicap—J. Fisher's Hopevale, 1; G. M. Douglas' Mallee able, 2; R. McKenzie's Miss Merriang, 3. 2 to 1 on Miss Merriang, 2 to 1 against Hopevale. Only starters. Pony Race—Silver Bullet, 1; Meta, 2. 2 to 1 on winner. 'Flying Handicap—T. Sleep's Ivy May, 1; T. McMalion's Yellanglp, 2j .7. Smith's Correction, 3. Only star ters. 5 to 1 on winner. Publicans' Purse—J. Fisher's-Hope vale, 1; A:; Beckwith's Kolth, 2; J. R. Grtnin's Posidonious, 3. Only star ters. 5 to 1 on winner.

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PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

PRODUCE MARKETS. Wheat, 3/5. Flour, 14/3. Bran, 1/1%. Pollard, 1/1%. Factory butter, 1/4. Daily 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 Monday.) Wheat, weak, 3/9%; oats, milling, 1/11%; seed, 2/3; feed, 1/10%.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

Ricked His Back. "I riolted my back severely, and vms unable to - s tand -upright,'^ wri teg.-: Mr, Tlios. II. Jlalier, IQIhIou, A'le. "I had seen > Chamberlain's Pain Balm adver tised lor strains, and thought I would see what It would do for mo. The first application gave me relief, and. I -was (tulte myself asain after using only a quarter of a bottle." Sold by .Hut • chinson a)id Co. and J. o'co

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

COMMERCIAL. Wheat was in an unsettled state last week. There had been some weakness at the other end, with varying reports, but the future position appears to be that there is not too much wheat in the world for current and prospective requirements. In the Melbourne mar ket wheat has been somewhat "jum py."

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SPORTING NEWS. ST. PATRICK'S RACES. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18. WEIGHTS. ST. PATRICK'S HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

SPORTING NEWS. ST. PATRICK'S RACES. . WEDNESDAY,\\lAItOH 18. i : HEIGHTS. , . ST.; PATRICK'S' HANDICAP. Warhurst and O'Conuell's Vul >*:ck ... .. .. .. ... #_4 W. Coffey's Priscus .. .. 8—5 •T. Fisher's Hopevale 8—1 R. MeKenzie's ..Miss Merriung 8—0 Warliurst. arid McGrath's Florrlo Park. .. .. 7—7 W. Coffey's Kidman .. .. 7—4 A. Bcckwith's Kloth .. .. c—7 TRIAL, STAKES. Pliillips and McKonzie's Bri tallica .. . S—11 J. Cordner's Herri Bridge .. 8—11 G. Jones' Camrest ... .. s—11 J. Ryan's Lali Lady .. .. S—U T. McMalion's Yellangip 8—11 J. Fisher's Correction .. ., S—» J. 'Mcnzle's Merridora .. .. 8—B S. Young's Clash .. .. 8—5 L. ilepstead's Dinyaraclc .. 6—11 PONY RACE. T. McMalion's Meta .. .. !)—ii C. WondflnVs .lunar .. .. 8—7 J. Nicholson's Brilliant .... S—(1 S. Young's Aurate .. .. 8—0 Warliurst and .McGrath's Voyorie 7—7 T. Foery's Dimboola .. ... 7—7 A. O'Loughliii's Silver Bullet 7—f! W. Coffey's. Gibbe . . .. 7—5 T. McMalion's Peerless .. 7—0 C. Mopstcad's Dingy \. ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

Entertaining an Enemy. | Don't-entertain.r-a, chronic: :ninn<ns -. lore or wounds. Cure it with Br. Sheldon's i Magnetic - Llnlmont.-i Price, r I/O and 3/.: OWatna>le ov^rjrwIiBr'©. I

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FEDERAL POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

FEDERAL POLITICS. The Liberals of Corio on Thursday selected Mr. W. Kendell, M.P., as Li beral candidate for Corio, so that ho may at once enter upon his campaign in the event of an early dissolution of the Federal Parliament, Mr. Thomas, 'M.P., and 'Mr. McGrath, M.P., addressed a meeting at Brokcu Hill, Mi\ Thomas'said that lie favored a single Houso Government, lie did not think that there would be a double dissolution, although there might bo a single dissolution at an early date. 'Mr. Parker Moloney, who was dis placed from the representation- of Indi in the Federal Parliament by Mr. C. J. Aliern in May last year, has decided not to becomo a candidate when the next appeal to the people is made. He stated on Friday that his health would' not stand the strain of another cam* paign such as that which preceded the last elections. Mr. Moloney has Join* ed his brotlior in business. The executivo council of New South Wales Farmers "and Settlers' Association has just concluded a two day...

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY. THREE-MILE PROCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

ST. PATRICK'S DAY. ' TBREE-MII.E PROCESSION. • : , St.. Patrick's -Day wasi celebrated on •Saturday, in ^Melbourne, iwith - all,-the: customary enthusiasm. A; procession of the various orders traversed the streets. : The display waVi fully, three miles in length,, and took a long timq to pass a given point. An enormous crowd of people assembled to viewthe pageant, one of the most impressive features. of which was the :.- muster of boys attending . the various schools^ These made a very fine,display, Standing on the steps of Parliament House, the ' vast army three ■-< -miles' Joug.vtnking over half an hour to pass a Kiven point,- -r was . an. -impressive sights, vAgiilnst . the ?drab: dulness'ot. the roijd, the. .slashes; of: vivid .green and .cold looked like a garden of flow ei„ moving in sunshine vTh.e - procession' was • followed! by., a. big Sports meeting on 'the Exhibition Oval. _

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AUSTRALIAN HOME LIFE. INFLUENCE UPON CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

AUSTRALIAN HOME LIFE. INFLUENCE UPON CHARACTER. "The nation in every country {writes a contemporary) dwells in the cottage," John Bright declared, "The foundations of our national glory are set in the homes of the people," King George repeats—"and they will remain unshaken, while the family life of our race remains strong and simple and pure." The statements are of univer sal acceptation, in theory, but how are they operating in actuality? Is every thing right -with our Australian home life? What kind of.men and women are we turning out? The answers to these questions are scarcely reassur ingrand it would bo worse than folly to disregard some- very 'obvious ten dencies of our time. Canon Foster, speaking from an intimate knowledge of men and affairs, and neither an alarmist nor" a pessimist, warns us that those high . characteristics of courage, self-reliance, and indepen dence which aro our constant vaunt, may yet, in. the absence of self-res .traint and, self-respect and a higher ...

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HEROIC MOTHER. RESCUES CHILDREN FROM BURNING BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

HEROIC MOTHER. RESCUES CHILDREN FROM BURN ING BUILDING. A burning fatality occurred at Bun-' garby (N.S.W.) in which a boy aged two" years, youngest son of Mr. T. Murdock, a selector, lost his life. Mrs Murdock rose early to draw-tlie; sup -piy-bf-wiatcr-from-u'creek'Tdme^dis tance:from,the house; and' on her re* turn found tlie cottage on fire. L Mrs: Murdock had left, her, five young chil* dren in' bed. Rushing into the- burn ing building, she managed - to rescue four of them, but the youngest child had got out of bed into another room, and the mother was. unable to trace him in tfhe dense smoke. In a few minutes the .place .was 'burnt to the* ground. The remains of the ' child were afterwards "recovered. •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

AUCTI0N8. Y-OtJNG BEOS., Auotloneers, Stook and Station Agents, Land, Finance, and Commission Agents, HORSHAM, NHILL, HAMILTON AND WAItHACKNABEAL. Branch .Offices at Ararat, Murtoa, Minyip, Nhill, Rupanyup, Dimboola, Casterton, Donald, Terang, Balmoral„and Goroke; also Wolsley, S.A. AGENTS FOR:— Dennys, LaooelleB, Liimlted, Wool and Grain Brokers, Stock and Station Agents, Geelong and Melbourne. The Australian Mutual Provident Society. The National Firo Insurance Co. ot Now Zealand. The Ballarat Banking Co. Limited. The Australasian Mutual Live Stock Insurance Society Limited. And business arrangements with all the leading Arms of auctioneers In Now South Wales and South Australia. Auction sales of Horses, Cattle, Sheep held at Horsham, Nhill, Hamil ton, Murtoa, Minyip, Warracknabeal, Beulah, Hopetoun, Rupanyup, Donald, Dimboola, Kaniva, Natimuk, Goroke, Dunkeld, Casterton, Cavendish, Stratli downie, Balmoral, Terang,. and Lake Bolac. MONEY TO LEND AT LOWEST RATES. Jeparit. Stock Sa...

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