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

THONE. No. IB. J. R WOOLCOTT, Registered Dentist, Scott Street - - - Warracknaboal. Next Door to his Well Known Ptmrmttey. ^ May bo Con suited Dally. Eeulah, Tuesday, March 31st; Hopetoun, Tuesday, March 17th; Lascclies Wednesday, 'March ISth; Woomelang, Wednesday, .March 11.,

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

Miler and James, ' LAND, STOCK, AND STATION AQENT8, I Warraoknabeal (Vict.) and Temora (N.S.W.). Branch Offices—Hopotoun (Vlot;). West Wyalong and Gilgandra (N.S.W.) Large lists o 1 Property for Bale la N.S.W. -Some splendid bargain*; par Oculars on application. Trust Money . TO LEND at lowest rateB of Interest on Freehold Land and Leasehold Mai lee. * Agents for Massey-Harrls Machin ery ; Beard and Sisson Windmills, Waggons etc.; Blackstone Oils and Now Way Oil Engines ; Scottish Union Insurance Co ; Queensland Live Stock Insurance Co.; also 'nourance on Stacks of Hay,. Standing Crops, etc. For bargains and latest Information In land in N.S.W., Just drop' un a 11ns and your enquiries will receiTo promnt attention. MILLER AND JAMES, Scott street. Warraoknabeal. THE NAME DISC AO I ATI, ON a Photograph is a Guarantee of Higli-Class Quality and Permanence. Our up to date Studio, in charge of a skilled operator, is fitted with the latest and best appliances for the production of artisti...

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BANGERANG. RAIN NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

BANCERANG. (From our Correspondent.) RAIN NEEDED. The weather of late has. been very muggy and. oppressive, and a good rain to clear the atmosphere would be welcomed. On Thursday night about 20 -points fell, but. beyond replenish ing the house water supplies, it was of little use. Feed is getting scarce, and a good rain liow would be benefi cial, for it would cause the green feed to spring before the winter. Many : farmers are busy cleaning out their dams and making new channels, and one thing is certain that when the j dams are filled there should be an abundant supply of water. SCHOOL COMMITTEE. ! A meeting of parents was held in 1 the school on Wednesday night for the purpose of electing a new school com mittee. The following ^vere chosen to act for the ensuing term, viz.. Messrs. C. W. ICelm, A. Lang* C. A Liersch, H. Koschitzke, G. Ford, A. Einmett, and Mrs. Horsburgh. Mr. Liersch was appointed chairman, Mr. Koscliitzke treasurer, and Mr. Em i mett correspondent. It is Worthy |...

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DISTRICT SHOW DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

DISTRICT SHOW DATES. Horsham, October 1 and 2. Minyip, October 6. Nhill, October 7. Warracknabeal, October 9. October 13. I Dimboola, October 14. I Hopetoun, Octotber 16. Jeparit, October 20. ' Rainbow, October 23.

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AGRICULTURAL NEWS. GOOD FARMING AT PINNAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

AGRICULTURAL NEWS. GOOD FARMING AT PINNAROO. Some good yields are recorded in the Pinnaroo district. Off land that was carefully fallowed and cultivated the following returns were obtained :— Messrs. Hunt, 12 bushels to the acre; Edwards, 12 bushels; Naltenius, 14 bushels (also 4 tons hay to the acre from 30 acres); Huckel, 22 bushels ; Johnson, 16 bushels; Flavel, 12 bush els; Wiltshire, 24 bushels, with a va riety named Wordeu grown over 40 acres. These facts are: mentioned because low yields have also been re corded, and some critics have not been slow to point to the failures as providing evidence that settlement lias been hasty. As a matter of fact, the Pinnaroo country has more than Justified occupation, and with such excellent yields as those recorded ob tainable in a year of exceptional wea ther conditions, the settlers who are blessed with capital water' supplies cheerfully look forward to an era of even greater prosperity. It is true, of course, that in some parts- of the ...

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TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. AREEGRA PARTY LINE. 107A. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. I AREEGRA PARTY LINE. 107A. 1. J. Pietsch.' 2. Albert Haeusler. 3. 'J. K. Schultz. ■[. A. Nitschke. B. T. Schulz. 10SBV 1. E, Greiser. 2. Schulz Bros. 3. Greiser Bros. •J. H. Kent. _5. T. Roberts. . 109C. 1. G. Lierscli. 2. F. Mailer.' 3. ;H. Powell. 4. R. Learmonth. 5. D. Kent. 6. A. Walker. UOA. 1. II. Heath. 2. W. Powell. 3. V). Powell. . : 4. A. Heath. 5. Billings Bros, and Hogg. 111B. 1. Albert Schulz. 2. Anton Hausler. 3. P. W. Hausler. 4. J. Haeusler. 5. H. Schulz. 6. O. Huebner. 112C. 1. C. Hewitt. 2— H. Hewitt. 3. G. Hewitt.' 4. Koschitzke Bros. 5. Koschitzke Bros. B. H. Brown. 113A. 1. H. Gove. 2. A. Arnold. ■3. T. Arnold. 4. J. Jess. 5. Adam Bell. 114B. 1. J. Mitchell. 2. C. George. 3. T. ICelsall. 4. A. Biesse. 5. H. George.

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

Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. - I'ave tlie: -way :to Success 13y giving you A Good Stomacli • Ana a Cheerful Disposition. - They digest -what you eat.'; Obtainable everywhere. -

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

To Business SVIen AND THE PUBLIC. If you require anythicg or desire to make anything known Advertise in "TheHorald,"1 The old-established paper, with the Largest Circulation, Collars, Saddlery and Harness op all descriptions. Large stock to choose from1 Buggy, Gig Harness from 90/. Best Leather and Materials. All well made. Dray Col lars from 19/, Buggy Collars from 13/, and Riding Saddles from 45/. Bridles, Whips, Spurs, Brushes, Leg gings, etc., In great variety. beenee'S Patent and otter horse rugs. Satisfaction Guaranteed. W. F.;SehlekeriIrifff' SADDLER and HARNESS MAKER,' Scott street, WairactoaboiiL

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FATE IN FIVE SECONDS. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

FATE IN FIVE SECONDS. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SUDDEN DEATH. ■Mr. Gerald Biss writes in the "Dai^y | Mail":—The world at times gets.out of focus, an accident disjoints the run of thugs; but the death of Mr. Lam bert at Brooklands recently points, a moral. What is the psychology of the question and of the men who live with their lives in their hand and know it, such as airmen and racing motor drivers—men who never know when at two miles a minute they will only have a fraction of a second in which to balance their books of life; before they are hurled into eternity ? j Percy Lambert was naturally proud j of having been the first man iu the history of the world, either on land 01 water, to telescope a hundred miles into an hour, and his ambition was to do two miles a minute for the sixty minutes; but he was fully conscious at the same time that there was on^ a rubber tyre, subject to a terrible strain at such a pace, between himself and death. * He had faced it before, and had the great asset...

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

W. ii JANES' 2 STORE... Special Value for the Next Fourteen Days. Special Values in DRESSES. Special Values in COSTUMES. Special Values in MILLINERY. Special Values In LACES. Special Values in GLOVES. Special Values In CALICOES. Special Values in UNDERCLOTHING. W. H.J's. - - No.: I STORE Special Values In MEN'S SUITS, ready to wear. Special Values In YOUTHS'SUITS, ready to wear. Special Values in BOYS'-SUITS, ready to wear. Special Values in TROUSERS, - Special Values In VESTS. > ' Special Values In HATS. ' Special Values In BRACES. Special Values in TIES. . Special Values in SHIRTS. Tailoring, Tailoring. Tailoring. Our Tailoring Department^ has earned the reputation of being right Up To-Date, both as regards to Style and Finish. Place Your Order for your EASTER SUIT now. . | ■ . ■ f,: ■ "Where Everything is Best by Actual Test." i : Builder! and Contractor, ■ The " SVSaBiee " Joinery Works, ■■■■:: j- : :■ : ' ■ j. Woolcott Street, Builds to suit your requirements la any "part of...

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

THE •«. Pioneer . ,■ Journal . . EdTABL.i6HED.1BBS,

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KARKAROOC COUNCIL. SUMMARY OF BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

KARKAROOC COUNCIL. SUMMARY OF BUSINESS. The president, Cr. C. Marshman, I presided at the ordinary meeting'of the Karkarooc Council !ast week. | A letter was read from Mr. W. Hut notifying grant of £100 from the Public Works Depart ment for roads. Cr. Turriff moved that a letter be sent to Messrs, Hut clunson and Gray, asking tliem to urge that the grant be increased to at least £150, in view of the fact that the shire had a large , number of new works to carry out. The motion was seconded by Cr. Raggatt and carried. Dr. Donald, Warracknabeal, repor- i ted five cases of typhoid in the shire. | A. E. Hair resigned his position as! weighbridge-keeper at Hopetoun. It J was decided to invite applications fori the position. A letter was read from the Minster of Water Supply, expressing regret1 that the Commission could not altei their decision, with regard to paying for Turkey Bottom channel, and offer ing to hand il l-.icfe to the council. Cr. Raggatt not tro;>i payers I; refund t!«....

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ADDRESS TO LIBERALS. MR. W. H. IRVINE AT NHILL. FEDERAL SITUATION DISCUSSED. SERIOUS FINANCIAL POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

ADDRESS TO LIBERALS. MR. W. H. IRVINE AT NHILL. FEDERAL SITUATION DISCUSSED.' SERIOUS FINANCIAL POSITION. A combined gathering in connection with the Liberal organisations in the Nhill district was helii on Wednesday last, about'300.being present. _ : _ The Attorney-General, Mr. W. H Irvine, in the course of an address, dealt with the present Federal politl calsituation. He said have just passed through a session which has been, perhaps, the most arduous and disagreeable that ever any Parliament has passed through. We sat early and late, were kept within the precincts of tiie Chamber all clay and every day, and many of you 1'eel inclined to ask what' was the good of it all. What did we do? We did almost nothing, and it is with a view to exphiitms whv- we went through thai strenuous time, and why we thought it necessary to ask Parliament to meet again tor an autumn session, that I propose to ad dress you on as shortly as I can to day. When the present Government was returned with a m...

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

• Take No Other. "For nine years I suffered with .1 I liver disorder and tried numerous^me I dicines, obtaining very little rouef. | writes Miss Esther J. Coles, Major v Creole, N.S.W. "After; taking Cham berlain's Tablets resularly for a fori night I found ri was greatly boiujlltcfl. and am nowconvploiely roatoroci tc I health. My father, who is1 79, li1 an. Invalid, and is troubled with const! nation/but has obtained tlie greatcM benefit from Chamberlain's Milefe Kather than uso any other modlolnn wo have often sent into Braidwood, that Is 20 miles away, for CliamDer; Iain's Tablets. -Sold by Hutchinson and Oo. end J. N.^Vooleott.

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NORTH-WEST MALLEE. PROFITABLE WHEAT AREA. GOOD CULTIVATION URGED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

NORTH-WEST MALLEE. j PROFITABLE WHEAT AREA. GOOD CULTIVATION "URGED. Mr. A. E. 'V; Richardson, agricul tural superintendent attached to the Department of Agriculture, has re turned to Melbourne from an inspec tion and lecturing tou^ of the mal« lee country between Plnnavoo and Ouyen. During the ipast "week lec tured and demonstrations were given to settlers at Murrayvilie, Cowangie, Tutye, Boinka, Underbool, Walpeup, and Ouyen, and the total attendance for the series was over 400. Owing to the abnormally dry win ter last season the crops between Ouyen and Pinnaroo were found to be generally poor, and a large number of applications for assistance has been made to the Seed Wheat Board. Whilst many of the crops did not yield a bag to the acre, and^ some were not even harvested, .Mr. Rich ardson found that there were a num ber of settlers who, by good methods of cultivation, had secured four and five bag averages 011 land of ordinary quality. In the course of his lectures, Mr. Richardso...

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

PERSONAL. Mr. J. D. Aubrey, mannger of the i Commercial Bank, who is leaving for Sydney, will be accorded a farewell by his friends in the town and district I at McCombe's Hall on Thursday even ing next. During his term hero Mr. Aubrey, made -himself very popular, and it W expected that the gathering will be largely attended. ■Dr. Trcgear mid Mr, Geo. Hawling have left for a holiday In Melbourne, travelling by motor car. The friends of Mr. W. L. Macfadyen, storekeeper, of Turkey Bottom, will regret to learn that Mrs. Macfayden, who is a pioneer resident of Natfmuk, was seized with a paralytic stroke a few days ago. yer conditions is ex tremely critical. . At a social gathering in connection with-the Presbyterian Church, Hope I toun, Miss Whitehead, who has filled I the position of organist for six years, | was presented with a gold pendant as a token of appreciation of her ser vices. ; . Mr. Tlios. Slaughter, president of Dunmunkle Shire Council, in company with his two daughters, s...

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

SPLENDID YIELDS. ' • '. - ■■Mr. Oswald Cuzens, on Ills property, "Melville Park," which Is situated on 1 'the/Cavendish to Tolouda railway line, .midway between Cavendish and Bal moral, secured: 24' bushels of wheat to the acre, and 34: bushels of outs per acre, and in view, of the early com pletion of the railway, is clearing ano ther 600 acres for cultivation. One of the small-farmers on tlie oloser settle ment. blocks harvested 1100 bags'"of grair This proves that with industry good yields can be secured, " . v . - In the :March| issue of "Everylady's ;Journal"- the -question of 'the -class "of books - Australian' girls should - read is dealt with by a - number, of leading public men. It Is an article which every parent is advised to read.. In the same issue are many other attrac tions and fashion designs that make the number, an excellent one for every woman. j "I aIwaya>take;Chaml)erlain'a"CougIi* Remedy whenever I -hava a cold," writes Mrs. A.: Preston,MSI King'"Wil liam st...

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ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

ENTERTAINMENTS • MELBA PSCTURES. ' There was a fairly large ■ audience at the Melba Theatre on Saturday night, when the clever conjuror, Le' Carte, made his appearance in AVar» racknabeal. -During the first part of the evening a pictorial attraction, "The New Minister," was depicted with fine effect. It was a lengthy film, and of such- absorbing interest that the spectators were captivated, and edified by the story. -Some of the settings were admirable, and com bined with superb and natural acting, placed the picture * on a high pedestal as ' a dramatic pro duction. The entertainment pro vided by Le Carte was remarkably clever. He is a*fine'"exponent of the art of legerdemain. In the manipula tion of cards Le Carte showed sleight of hand work above the ordinary, his movements being bTisk and clean, and always artfully deceptive. Expert 'meats of various kinds were success* fully carried out, and the audience was impressod. "by the cleverness dis I played. An arithmetical trick was p...

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STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

STAR PICTURES. ^ The - cinematography screened at the Star Theatre-.on Saturday; Evening was of a most Interesting and instruc tive character,_ all the . dramas, being full of stirring" and fascinating fe& tines. There was a .goodly.number. of patrons,, who showed their apprecia tion by frequent outbursts of applause. The star picture, "Tlie. Test;" was a very line production. It disclosed the clever method adopted by/ti clerk in bringing a valuable necklace from Paris to England to his employer, al though a brother and-niece had been sejit by the employer to tempt: him, and thereby .-prove, his honesty. The different .stages of'the story were truly realistic, and some of- the scenery dur ing, the trip across the ohannel-.was magnificent. "The Price" Demanded" was an equally, thrilling drama, and was watched with close attention, as also;was "The Jealousy of. Jane." The, "Eclair Journal"-depicted a series of •recent happenings, amongst others be ing some scenes of aviation, ...

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Appalling Railway Disaster. FOURTEEN PERSONS KILLED. MAIL TRAIN DASHES INTO GOODS ENGINE. HEAVY FOG OBSCURES SIGNALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

Appalling Railway Disaster. FOURTEEN PERSONS KILLED. MAIL TRAIN DASHES INTO GOODS ENGINE., HEAVY FOG OBSCURES SIGNALS. Dashing through a fog at a fast speed, tlie Temora mall train crashed into a stationary goods train near the Exeter station, on the southern rail way line, on Saturday night, with the result that. 14 . persons wero killed, and 16 others injured. This is the most disastrous railway accident that has ever occurred in N.S.W. Many big disasters have occurred previously, hut the only one to approach it in regard to the num ber of people killed was the Redfern accident in 1S95, when 13 people lost their lives. SCENE OF TIIE ACCIDENT. Exeter is a small station on the southern line, six miles from_ Moss Vale. Between it and Moss Vale is Bundanoon. It is 93 miles from Syd ney. and is in hilly country. After leaving Moss Vale the trains travel on a slight incline for six miles to Werai. In the next two miles there is a rise of ISO feet to Exeter, which is, with one exception,...

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