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WIMMERA BAPTIST ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETINGS AT HOPETOUN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

WIMMERA BAPTIST ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETINGS AT HOPE TOUN. The inaugural meetings of the newly-formed Wimmera iBaptist Asso ciation were, held at Hopetoun on Wednesday, March 11th. There was a large attendance of delegates from the various districts, including a very strong representation from Warracknabeal *and district. There were also present the Revs. J. C. Martin (secretary ot the Victorian Baptist Union*, G. J. iMackay (direc tor of home mteaioiis)^ and M. 'Mitchell (member of (he British Baptist Mis sionary Society in India). ■The officers cf the association are President,' Mr. .T. \V. Cust, of Beulah: vice-president, Rev. O. R. Linden, of Warracknabeal; neoretary and troa» surer, Mr. H. MiH: secretary and trea surer (Foreign Mis&lcn Forward Pol icy), Mr. H. Daniels, Yellangip North, MORNING SESSION. The morning session way preceded by a devotional meeting at 10.30 a.m., led "by Mr. S. Collins, of Beulah, who, thanked the compilers of- the pro* gramme Tor the honor of...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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BEREFT FAMILY SUFFER. TRAVELLING TO A FUNERAL. THREE MEMBERS KILLED AND TWO INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

BEREFT FAMILY SUFFER. TRAVELLING TO A FUNERAL. THREE MEMBERS KILLED AND . TWO INJURED. One of . the most dreadful incidents of the disaster is the fdtality which has fallen upon the well known Pitts and Heaver families, of Colorado sta tion. The wrecked train carried the body of Mrs. Jolm Heaver, who died in;Sydney. , It was being taken to Cootamundra for interment. On the train' was -lier sister, Mrs. Pitts, of ■Sydney; Mr; John-Heaver, Miss 'Alice Heaver,"'and Mr.-arid-Mrs. Arthur Hea ver. The. party travelling, with the mortuary , car had engaged a special compartment, and one can woll Imag ine "the weight of sorrow which pres sed so heavily upon thorn in their silent vigil.. When the crash came Mr." John Heaver and Miss Alice Hea ver were -'killed outright, and;: .Mrs.. Artliyr "Heaver so shockingly "mutila ted that she died in her husband's arms. Mr. Arthur Heaver himself was badly injured, and is now' an in . mate of the Rowral Hospital. .-Mrs, Pitts was naturally oiferoom.e «...

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

'Desperate Shooting. . Pains iu tlia Chest require prompt "Discovprv 'for O.ou^iui unci Cqlcls. . ...it j elves Immediate reVief. Price, 1/6 ana 1 f3/. OMfilnabio overywliore.

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CALAQUIL. FARMERS WANT RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

CALAQUIL. (From our Correspondent.) FARMERS WANT RAIN. During the past week 26 points of rain fell. Eastwards the fall was a little heavier, 2S points being register ed at Mr, Bell's. A good fall of rain would be'acceptable now, as a num ber of farmers are getting short of water in many of their dams. With a good fall of rain now, feed would grow, and ewes would be in bettet condition to raise Jambs. SOWING COMMENCED. Oats are being sown in various pa J* docks. About the usual av6n will lo under cultivation. FAMILY CHANGES. The districl is settling down quiet* ly after the ' recent sales. Mr. McLeod's family have left us, and Mr, G. J, Bodey and family are settled in. their home. Mr. Piper has taken possession of Mr. Sudholtz's farm. These two farni*, lies are heartily, welcomed to this dis trict ' EXTENSIVE MOTOR TRIP." - •Mr. and Mrs. Wedding and two daughters are on a motor ..trip to New South Wales, and will be absent for about a month. TENNIS. The Galaquil and Galaquil East clu...

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RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

RIFLE NOTES. "Members of the Aubrey Rifle Club are reminded that tlie Hancock tro phy will be shot off on Tuesday next. The Mclntyre-Talbot trophy was won by D. 'Stewart. Musketry will bo completed by those members "who have not completed their -course..-'T

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WHEAT IN BULK. INVESTIGATED IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA. STRONG OFFICIAL APPROVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

WHEAT IN BULK. INVESTIGATED IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA. STRONG OPF1ICIAL APPROVAL. The unqualified .approval given by the Victorian Royal Commission on the advantages of the' handling of wheat in bulk is confirmed by the-re sult of a similar investigation whicli a Western Australian advisory board has 'just completed. In reporting to the Minister ol Agriculture and In dustries of that Stat6, the hoard says it has studied the subject from three aspects, as it affected respectively, farming, transportation from country to seaboard, and transportation from seaport to oversea market. Bulk handling involved no difficulties for the farmers, and their comparatively sihall initial -outlay would soon be more than compensated. by the sav' ings. The farmers who met the board i were unanimously in favor of the sys-1 tem, the doubts ,of a few having been dispelled by the explanation of what, the system involved. The board was informed by the Commissioner of 'Rail ways that he had no objection to car* ...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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THE DRY AUTUMN. PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

THE DRY AUTUMN. PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES. The present dry situation is not al together due to the rainlessness of the. new. year's first three months, but has been aggravated by the dryness of the1 closing months of the past year's spring. Dry springs and dry autumns are, however, so usual that their com* ing is always anticipated by the fore handed settler, who applies to his ag ricultural and pastoral operations the same business principles that are adop ted by the successful men in any of the other industrial occupations. Claims for sympathy by those who attribute their losses to "drougnt" do not now evoke the same response that they did some years ago, excep ting in the cases of those who are tne victims of special misadventure. not withstanding that they have taken the necessary precautionary measures. Otherwise the drought plea is year by year being regarded less and less seri ously. The plain lesson taught by tao dry spell vicissitudes, such as the pre sent is an average.exampl...

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CHARITY REWARDED. TRAMP BENEFITS HOSPITAL. LEGACY OF £400 LEFT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

CHARITY REVViVRDKD. TRAMP BENEFITS HOSPITAL. LEGACY OF £400 LEFT. Profit sometimes accrues from enter taining an angel unawares, as h^s been demonstrated by an experience of the Kilmore hospital authorities., Mention was. made some time ago of a grateful tramp, who was admit ted to the Kilmore Hospital from the Seymour district suffering from pneu monia, and subsequently died in tht institution. . His name was Leslie Gordon Duncan, and he came of a sood . English family. When in the hospital, he expressed gratification regarding the treatment he received from the staff, and anticipating that he oould not possibly live long, con . tided in the matron (Miss K. McKen izie), that lie was entitled to consider-, j able property in England and Ireland j upon his father's death, and in gratt ; tude for the attention and kindness ■received in the hospital, was prepared to make a. will leaving the whole ot his estate to the authorities. - - The matron, who took a kipdly In terest in Duncan, c...

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

PROFESSIONAL. 'Phone, No. 74. F. C. NEWSVliW SURGEON DENTIST Qualified by Examination. Rogisitoreil by Dontal Board of Victoria. SCOTT STREET, WAItlUCKXABEAL, S3* (Opposite Palmor'a Coffoo Palace.) DATES OF NEXT VISIT : Brim, Tuesday; 24th February; Beulalv Tuesday, 10th March; Hopetoun Wednesday, 11th March.

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NEWS OF THE DAY. BANK MANAGER DROPS DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

NEWS OF THE DAY. BANK MANAGER DROPS DEAD. >lr. James Presley, manager ot tlio Warrnambool branch of the Bank of New South Wales, dropped dead on Thursday morning, when proceeding to the bathroom. His health had not been good for some time. CAME .DOWN FOR NAILS. i.V carpenter named Mann, a rest dent of Adelaide, who was working on the-erection of a theatre, had a sonsational escape from' death. Ho and another man were working on some rafters, when a joist broke, a«^ he fell to the ground, 3G l'eet below. Tile other workmen were horrified, and expeoted that he would be killed instantly, but lie landed 011 his back on a heap of soft mortar. Mann is a humorist, for he immediately stood up on his feet, and remarked that lie had "come down for nails." He was quite uninjured. -' BAOKBLOCKS MISSIONARY. After four years' experience in tlio backblocks, the Rev. (Herbert. Green, the first young man from England engaged in the Society for Home Mis sion Work, recounted some of Ills exiHM-ianc...

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

Fighting For Brc?'h. ^ "Jly .little boy was .a'.ni'irtyr to bad colds- (mil cousins," rays Cite. C. War- !i roll, Lake's Creole, RocWioiU'pton. Q. "At: times lie lias . been, so bad that I ' have ifounfohlm'-sflshWnp-'.Ior'.-.braath.f - Since: I started -giving lilm Chamber' Iain's Congli Remedy I do not worry 1 oyer. Ws 'coujrlm, for.;lr-know,-.that a coijplo of doses xttillirivo.liim. tanned!- I ate: rsllof. : Sc-ld .bv . Hutchinson aui' ] Co: W)d jr. N. WWflcott, |j £i 00, 0 0 0J MONEY to LEND. Malice and . Leasehold Soc-urltios. From <<*, u> S per ccnt. ROBERT SMITH. STA«VSUL ATHILETJC OLUS, _ _ Eist<ir Festival, 1914-. SATURDAY and MONDAY, APRIL 11 and 13. £G05 Prizes. Easter Gift, £120. The most exten sive sports gathering in Australia. Walking, Running, Jumping, Vaulting, from Nliill, I-lopetoun, Marnoo, Mary Cyoiing, Racing, Quoit Match. Entries close 9til MARCH. Special trains borough, Hamilton, and Ballarat, re turning same night, and st...

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CATASTROPHE IN RUSSIA. THREE TOWNS INUNDATED. ONE THOUSAND LIVES LOST. LONDON, 15th March. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

CAT AST iiOPttE IN RUSSIA. ^ THREETOWNS INUNDATED. l; ONE THOUSAND LIVES l.OST. v. ' . LONDON, 15th March. A fearful disaster is. reported. by. Reuter's Agenfcy. at. St.. Petersburg. A hurricane In the Kuban ■; province ■(Northern;' Caucasia); caused the. Sea, of Adoff to rise 9 loot and inundate thB^towns o'tStanltsa and Aciityrskaja; ■ One thousand -people perished, Two hundred workmen were, drowned in' i their sleep. No fewer than 3S0 buildings at ; Achtyrakaja' Avere swept away. .There woro also,floods 'at. Yaseukajd,. where 150 people were drowned.

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

" Always Takes It. Honestly Recommended. -.'.'.To anyefie suffering from diarrhoea : can honestly' recommend Chamber lain s Oollc and Diarrhoea Itemody as being the most satisfactory • r-r® medy.ou'the market," 'writes-lar. C.C., Hoopsr, Wakefield, NX:' I tiavo tried all sorts of-medlcines/.biit hirre found nothing equal to Chamberlain's Olio and' Diarrhoea Remedy " - Sold .by Hut oMnson and Co. and J. N. Wooloott.

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

OBITUARY. TIio death lias occurred of ; Mr. Michael Creenaune, of Rosebery, and formerly of Tarranginnie. ' -Deceased was born at Lake Buloke in 1 S5*l, and after residing in the ICowoll district for a number of years, came to the West Wimmora, and carried on the occupation of farming. About 15 years ago' he left the Nhill district and sot' tied In Rosebery. T-Iio late Mr. Cree naune was unmarried. The cause of death was heart failure. Deceased has two brothors at Rosebery;

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SLIT SKIRT BANNED. PARIS FASHION CHANGES. PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

SLIT SKIRT BANNED. ■PARIS FASHION CHANGES,. '' PARIS, Saturday. Fashion houses In Paris have ban ned the split skirt. Madame Paquin, the well known modiste,'says that al ready it is out of fashion, because for one comely limb revealed there are nine' that had /. been better., hidden. Another leading: dressmaker, says that it was American and other for: eign women who creatod • the. demand for indecent dresses. ".Frenchwomen initiated the mode, the Americans de graded It," she declared. "The Pari sienne knows Just. how;: far to go. For our American customers nothing seems tco

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CLERGYMAN'S SACRIFICE. PROCEEDS TO LEPER STATION. LONDON, 12th March. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

CLERGYMAN'S SACRIFICE. PROCEEDS TO LEPER STATION. IjONDOK, 12 th iMarcli. Rev. Alfred Stephen Hewlett, a brother of Maurice -Hewlett, the. no. velist, Is about to proceed to Kuma moto, In Japan, to spend his life at the leper sttalon there.

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FIGHTING IN TRIPOLI. SEVERE LOSSES ON BOTH SIDES. ROME, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

FIGHTING IN TRIPOLI. SEVERE LOSSES ON BOTH SIDES. * 'ROME, Fridoy Might. News has been received, of severe fighting between the Italian column, under 'Colonel Levini, and a*force of 2000 .Arabs, at the Zutina Oosis; ' After a fierce engagement, ; the Arabs were beaten off, with a'loss of 2S0 killed and wounded. The Ital ians; however, lost 45 killed and • 100 Iwounded. '

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APARTMENT FIRE. PANIC AMONGST BOARDERS. FIERCE FIGHT WITH POLICE. NEW YORK, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

APARTMENT FIRE. PANIC AMONGST BOARDERS. iFIERCE FIGHT WITH POLICE. NEW YORK, Friday Night. 1 Remarkable scenes were witnessed at a big fire in an apartment house in Bridgeport. Fifty lodgers were shut up in the burning building, and when the police pluckily broke in they found the lot in a panic, and vainly endea vored to got out at a false exit. The police vainly tried to direct them, but they were so stricken by fear that they refused to move. The police then adopted heroic measures, and scat* •tered .the mob with their clubff. Even tually all but three were safely get out of the place.

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CABLE NEWS. "HERALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. (PER REUTER.) FAMILY DEAD IN BED. BLOOD POISONED BY FUMES. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

CABLE HEWS. "HERALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. (PER REUTER.) FAMILY DEAD IN BED. BLOOD POISONED BY FUMES. LONDON, Saturday. A man, his wife, and his" adult daughter were found dead in theii beds, at a lonely farm in Wales. At tho inquest an analyst declared that the'r blood had been i>oisoned by. the carton monoxide in fumes from a cauldron used to heat the daughter's room. The cauldron was filled with a mixture cf clay and small coal made into Utile balls. Such fuel is used locally. TIu» r.as produced by the com* bustion is Usteloss, colorless, and ■odcrUfs.

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JOCKEY KILLED. THROWN FROM RACEHORSE. (By wire—Nhill, Monday.) [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 March 1914

JOCKEY KILLED. THROWN FROM RACEHORSE. (By wire—Nhill, Monday.) A well known Wimmera jockey nam j.ed George Corbett, lately in the em ployment of Mr. Torn Dailey, of the Royal Hotel, Nhill, while exercising the racehorse Merri Barn, was, thrown against a tree in . McPhersori stroet, Nhill, and killed instantly. A motor- car frightened the horse temporarily out of the rider's con trol. • - . Visitors to Ballarat by the railway picnic should not leare that city with out paying a visit to the studio of. Messrs. Eichards. and Co., the cele brated photographers. The fame of this firm for producing beautiful por traits is not confined to Ballarat, but has travelled* throughout the Empire, and this excursion present3 i a uniaue opportunity lor tlie public to procure' photographs that will retain their freshness, beauty, and charm long af ter the memory of the visit has passed away. - The attention of our. readers ■-is drawn to the special announcement in this issue of Messrs.-R. Tunbridge a...

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