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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 March 1914
BALLARA1 MaKKKT. . The demand for.' cattle' at the . Bal Jarat Corporation Sulo Yards on Tiies.-, day , was active,: and values showed a further -improvement' on.: those; ,ot las't week, closing very .firm.: Prime bullocks realised from £ 12 to £13 15/, and extra prime,sold to £14 20/, with best cows 'to £9 15/. Calves . sold to £4 10/. The yarding of sheep ■was light,: and ■ lor -.'best quality values --ruled ^from 1/ to. 1/C per head higher - than those ■ of-'last week. Prime cross;' bred wethers fetched from '23/ to 2B/; and extra' quality and herfvy weights sold to 27/11; prime crossbred .owes; from 20/ to 22/; extra quality, from, ■ 24/ to 20/, and heavy , weights /from 28/ to 3fi/3. Prime lambs sold at 'from 16/ to 18/, and extra quality to 19/4. „ Among the sales were tliofollow ing -Sheep—13, Messrs Billing Bros, and ■ Hogg, HiUcroft, Sheep Hills,, crossbred wethers £1 2/9, crossbred, ewes to 19/; 4roms, Mr. Harry. Heath, | Sheep Hills, £1 4/6 to £1 1/. ■; Lambs—47, Mr. AV. ...
PARIS SENSATION. EDITOR MURDERED. PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 March 1914
PARIS SENSATION. EDITOR.MURDERED. PARIS, Tuesday. A profound sensation lias been crea ted in Paris by a tragedy, wliioli oc curred in the city. .Madame Callaux, wtfe of 01. Gail-' laux, .Minister for Finance in the I present Cabinet, ..and a former Pre mier of France, fired several shots with a revolver at M. Calmetto, editor of 'the "Figaro." M. Calmetto fell ■mortally wounded, and succumbed a few hours later. It is supposed that Madame Callaux was incensed by attacks which the "Figaro" has re | ceutly been making upbn the policy of her husband.
MINISTRY MAY RESIGN. COUNTRY SEETHING WITH EXCITEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 March 1914
MINISTRY MAY RESIGN. COUNTRY SEETHING WITH , EXCITEMENT. Tlie murder lias created the big gest sensation, knownjn Franco for many-years. The whole country / is seething with excitement. • TJie Premier has -waited on the Pre* sident, and olfere^ to tender" the re signation of the . whole Ministry. , . His colleagues urged M. Caillaux to retain his seat, hut he persisted in re* signing, stating* that his political ca reer was finished. It transpired that.when Madame Caillaux went to M. Calmetto's office* he rose courteously, and invited her in. She responded, "I have not come to sey good-day as you know," and apparently1 losing control of herself, drew the revolver from her muff and fired.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 March 1914
Ricked His Back. ; "I riolted my back severely, and waa Unable to • stand upright,?. writes .Mr Thos.:H. Mahor, EbJon'Vic. I liaa seen Chamberlain's Pain Balm advor. Used for strains, and thought I would see wlmt It would do tor me. The first application gave mo relief, and I was quite myself .again after using only a quarter of- , a ■ bottle.".' Sold by Hut chinson ai'd Co. nnd J. N. Woolcott.
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 March 1914
OBITUARY. Early on .Monday morning , Mr. J. Ferguson, J.P., died at his Tesldonco, "Beulah Villa," C-lenloitli Avenue, Geelong West, from heart failure. The announcement of his death caused general surprlso, . although It-was known that the deceased had not been vory well of late. On January 22nd last deceased and Ills wife celebrated their golden wedding, and "in honor of the occasion entertained a large par ty of their relatives and immediate Mends. The late Mr. Ferguson spent the greater part of . his . life in' , the Beulah district, and retired from ac tive farming pursuits some years ago. During his residence in Beulah Mr. Ferguson took the keenest interest in the affairs of the community. He waa a member of the Karkarooc Council, mid filled the position of president of the Beulali Agricultural Society. With Mrs. Ferguson he visited tlio old world, and on'returning to Victoria de cided to settle in Geelong. At a sub divisional sale at Glenleith, he- secur ed an allotment, and ...
RICH GOLD STRUCK. TWO BROTHERS FORTUNATE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 March 1914
RICH 00LI) STRUCK. TWO- BROTHERS FORTUNATE. Two brothers,-^?. and M. Roberts, who have -been prespecting at ' Day break, near Corlndhap, with tndlffor ent results, forthe past 18 months, on Tuesday picked out 314 ozs. of gold from wash' dirt at a depth of 18 foot. One slug .weighed 104oz.y two others I C26z. each. There were also smaller niecc3 and .29oss. of loose spooimens, ■ Considerable excitement has / been: caused-by the discovery, and a large ^roa of the country In the neighbor hood has been pegged out.
CABLE NEWS. "HERALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. (PER REUTER.) STORMS AND FLOODS. VISITATION IN RUSSIA. APPALLING LOSS OF LIFE. ST. PETERSBURG, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 March 1914
"HERALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. (PER REUTER.) STORMS AND FLOODS. VISITATION IN RUSSIA. 'APPALLING LOSS OF LIFE. ST. PETERSBURG, Tuesday. Additional particulars have readied 'St. Petersburg in respect to. the de* vastating storm in tho Kuban district (Northern Caucasus) on Friday night. It appears, that an extremely iiorce gale sprang-up and raged for 10 hours. A terrific (Townpour of rain Accompanied the wind. Waterspouts caused devastation in six vilages be tween Kisr and the Kertsch Strait (which, separates Eastern Crimea from the mainland). Many"lives were lost at the seaport of Temyruk. Two especially grim tragedies mark* ed the storm. A township largely ,con* sistijig of workmen's dwellings was overwhelmed by the descent of a wall of flood water, and out of the 1000 in habitants, it is feared that only eight ; escaped alive. One hundred and se> venty-five navvies employed on tho Kuban railway were sleeping in their huts beside the line when they were awakened by the roar of the on...
BOWLING MATCH. WIN FOR BIRCHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 March 1914
BOWLING MATCH. WIN FOR BIRCH I P. Five rink tdams from the Warrack* nabeal Boiling Club journeyed toy motor to Birchip. on Wednesday to play the return match with that cltfb. Motors were kindly placed at the dis posal ,of the club by Messrs. T. H. ■Mann, D. Tarrant, G. Rawling, G. Mil' Jer, airis J. Dart," and a jrood»run over and back was effected. On the oc» casion of the* visit of Birchip to War racknabeal, the visitors were easily defeated, but they had their revenge on Wednesday, as Warnacknabeal, contrary to anticipations, suffered, de feat by 16 points, the only teams -able I to hold' their own being those captain-1 ed by Messrs. Mann and Hopkins, the. •former being two up, and the latter ten. There is usually some excuse1 for a beaten team, and the. visitors in this instance blame the unevenness of the green-for their defeat, the fall on two of the rinks, it was stated, be ing very noticeable. Probably Bir chip micht have said the same when they came here. During the afterno...
BRIM SPORTS. HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 March 1914
BRIM SPORTS. HANDICAPS." ' The following arc the handicaps tor the Brim sports, to be held on Wed nesday next:— • ' Hurdles—F. King 1G yds., C. O'Brien 12, A. G. Bickers 10, Geo. ■Marshman 16, L. :.Hood 10, A. H. Ro gers S, R. Eagie-14, O. S. Taylor 14, E. Lambert 2, M. Murphy 14, - J. A. Mclntyre 11, H. Logan S, C. Hatcher G, T. Kilcullen 7. Youths' Race.—Jack Brennan 0 yds., G. V. Hayter 2; W. Roberts 0, A. W. Broben 5, H. Lewitzka 5, N JIuller 9, P. Dart 6, N. Wardie 5, Allen Rogers 5. 44-Yards Handicap.—Frank King 40 yds., C. C. O'Bryan 30, J. M. Cantweli 30, H. Osborne 32, H. E. Hose 35, S. R. Barratt 34, W. G. Burke 36, ,W. Baker 15, S. V. Taylor 35, A. McLean 40, T. Kilcullen 22. 220-Yards Handicap.—F. King 25 yds., H. Burton (withheld), O. C. O'Bryan 18, IC. L. Hutchinson 23, J. M. Cantweli 19, H. Osborne 10, A. H. Rogers 16, H. E. Hose 20, E. Trout beck 3, O. S. Taylor 22, ,W. O. Burke 24, C. Thewiis 23, M. Jlurpiiy 20, S. V. Taylor 23, H. Logan 14, N. Found 23, T. Kilculle...
VALEDICTORY SOCIAL. MR. GEORGE E. YOUNG HONORED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 March 1914
VALEDICTORY SOCIAL. I MR, GEORGE E; YOUNG HONORED. Over 50 gentlemen assembled at Newton's .Hotel, Alurtoa, 011 Monday evening, 9th Inst., to say farewell to Air. Geo. IS. Young, who has for the last 13 years been manager of the well known firm of Young Bros., at Murtoa, and who lias been appointed to the management of- the Warracknabeal branch. The chair 'was taken by Air. II. Tobin, J.P. The chairman said they were as sembled for a worthy object—that of honoring a rejected gentleman, who was leaving them to reside in a neigh boring town,: but they had the con solation of knowing that he was not going far away. He felt that the de parture of Mr. Vcung and his genial wife was a local Ic .-s, but they hoped to see them occasionally, and he knew that Airs. > 01:113 would be a frequent .visitor to her laily friends at Alurtoa. However, business was the first con sideration of .the Arm of Young Bros., and there was no doubt that in Warracknabeal their guest would have a wider scope f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 March 1914
Entertaining an Enemy. . | Don't , entertain; a chronic - running soi c or wounds. Cure ft with Dr. Sheldon's- Magnetic Liniment. . Price; 1/6 and 3/. .Obtainable jvsryiviere. COMPLETELY ERADICATED. THREAD WORMS IN A CHILD , AND ALSO IN ADULT. , The complete inauner -in whhh CO.M STOCK'S "'DEAD • SHOT" WOItM PELLETS eradicate Worms of all descriptions is strikingly illus trated in the-statement published be low. Mrs. A.' Bristol, 3? llcgent strect, Sydney, writes"Mv little girl, aged soven years, was subject to Thread Worms, which caused her to be' pcovish, irritable, and restless at mgbfc, u-ith a voracious appotite, and 'I procured all sorts of remedies for her, hut without avail) until I saw Com stock's 'Dead Shot' Worm Pellets advertised, and my husband told me to buy thorn. I did bo; and after she had taken 0110 box and a part of the second, all traces were eradicated, hav ing ' passed great, numbers of tbem. Shier** then a friend of mine who had suhYivd also from Thread "Worms...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 March 1914
INDIGESTION. CAN IT BE BANISHED? Now, can It? Must a woman, go on suffering from headaches, biliousness, flatulence, pains after eating, languor, or any of the other distressing symp toms that arise from faulty action of 'the stomach or the liver? Must men be made less fit for work, less able to keep pace with'their competitors, be cause indigestion is sapping their ener gies and clogging their minds? Have men and women to go on enduring these things without hope of, reco very? Assuredly not! Most cases of acute indigestion are the result of neglect or of indifference. People get into a foolish habit of thinking that- they will be better on the morrow, or in a week or two, and so the complaint gets hold and the sufferer goes from bad to worse Food ought" to give up its life-sus taining elements for every nerve and muscle in your body; it- ought to re? plenish the rich, red stream of blood flowing through your veins, and help you to think, to act," and to work with the.vim of the hea...
THE RACING. DEAD HEAT IN MAIDEN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 March 1914
THE RACING. DEAD HEAT IN MAIDEN PLATE. Although /the fields In some, cases numbered, three; the racing generally was good, and; some, keen.: contests were witnessed.' : TheV track was .in good order, and some fair times were ■recorded;' .- The. starting -of-Mr. Glas son, assisted by Mr. P. Kelly, was very good, aiid where a horse wasleft it was generally the fault of the horso not starting off with the others, and not the. fault, of the starter. The lay era of odds were fairly'numerous, and' in the, caso of more than one winner, fairly liberal odds wero procurable. For Instance, in a field of three, twos and threes to one could have been se? cured about Hopevale, who won, arid threes and ifours were on offer about W'Beal .for. .the'-Trot'. The sun .was tompered by clouds, nevertheless tho splendid lot of trees' in the saddling paddock gave ' ample, shelter, and were largely availed of. The gathering was fortunately free from, accident, and no protests-- were -received! -during ; the...
ST. PATRICKS' CELEBRATION. ANNUAL RACE MEETING. ENJOYALE GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 March 1914
ST. PATRICKS' CELEBRATION. ANNUAL RACE MEETING.'' | enjoyable gathering. OFFICERS :—'President, Rev. Fa tlicr Lynch; . vico-prosldents, Rev. Father Gleeson nfid Messrs. B. Rogers, jns Quinn, P. Rudd, and J. M. Kelly; judge, 'Sir. M. Hayes; starter, Mr. A. II Gl'assoii; assistant starter, Mr. P. Kelly; timekeeper, Mr.'T. Faull; cleric of scales, Messrs. C. "Quint and J. \V. Thomas; steward?, Messrs. J. M. Kel ly D. McCombo, Jas. Quinn, J. Pitcher, aiiil >0. .Woodflne;; .scratching steward, Mr. .T. Fowler; lion.' veterinary sur geon, Mr. T. Mepstead; handlcapper, Mr. A P- Cox; handlcapper for Trot, Mr. J. J- stipendiary steward, Mr! C. Woodilne; secretary, Mr. J. jtottram. The celebration of St. Patrick's Day took place in Warracknabeal on Wed nesday, when tlio annual race meet ing was held. Fine weather prevail ed, and the gathering was largely at tended and most enjoyable. For tlie snko ol general convenience the cele brations throuslKiut the State are held on different days. The...
CARELESSNESS WITH FIRE. A HEAVY FINE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 March 1914
CARELESSNESS WITH FIRE. A HEAVY FINE. At the Beaufort Court on Tuesday Rudolph Henry Graff 'pleaded guilty to a charge of having had a fire in the open, and not. having thoroughly ex tinguished it.. Evidence was given to the affect that accused lit a fallen tree in order to boll his billy, and ■ went away, leaving the fire. . It had to be kept in cheek until a water cart ar rived and extinguished the flames. The Are, was-in close proximity to property, and was considered. danger ous. Accused was fined £50, in de fault, three months' imprisonment.
SPORTING NEWS. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 March 1914
SPORTING NEWS. . - V.» — ' TENNIS. The return match between the Kat yil and Cannum climbs was played on the courts of the 'former,oil Saturday and, after some very oven and inter esting, games, victory rested svltli the visiting team by,15 games. A splen did lunclfeon, provided by tlio Katyil ladies, was greatly appreciated by 'the Cannum team. Another match between these two teams is being eagerly look ed forward to. The scores were— Cannum, 100 games; Katyil,' 85 games.
VALEDICTORY. FAREWELL SOCIAL TO MR. AND MRS. J. McKENZIE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 March 1914
VALEDICTORY. FAREWELL SOCIAL TO MR. AND MRS. J. McKENZIE. A large gathering, of town and dis trict people filled the Mechanics' Hall, Beulali, on Tuesday evening, the occa sion being a farewell social tendered to Mr. and Mrs. J. McKenzie, who are leaving the district after a,-lengthy residence. The interior of the hall was very beautifully decorated with greenery and Chinese lanterns. ' The latter were suspended over the elec tric light lamps, and gave a wonder fully subdued light. The stage was prettily decorated with curtains and pot plants. The chair was taken by Mr. A. H. Bodey,- J.P., in the unavoid able absence of 'the chairman of the evening (Mr. W. Molony). The first part; of the evening was devoted to games of cards, etc., the floor of the hall being set; out with small ;tabIes for the purpose.: -An hour was rthus spent merrily. A short'" mu sical programme was theii entered upon,- those contributing being Mrs. Teare, pianoforte solo; Hiss C. M. Guest, song; Mr. Meares, son...
BEULAH. SCARCITY OF FEED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 March 1914
BEXJLAH. (From our Correspondent.) SCARCITY OP FEED. A good fall of rain "would be -welcom ed at present.. Feed for stock is very scarce, and trouble in this regard will be experienced unless there is a time ly downpour. BUILDING TRADE REVIVED. As the outcome of a .fairly good sea son, the .'building trade has revived somewhat. Last year practically no building o£ any consequence took place owing to adverse conditions. Mrs. Reinholtz, of Galaquil East, lias just placed the contract for an up to date commodious residence upon lier property. Mr. jS. R. Wardle, in the same district, is having erected a fine new weatheboard dwelling. Mr. M. Bell, of Galaquil East, lias also had a new dwelling placed upon one of his properties. Other works in the dis trict are dwellings for Messrs. (Law rence and C. Dorman, of Bculah West, buildings for Mr. B. Holland, of Willenabrina, and Mr. D. D. Mitchell. The above /works, which have been, or are being carried out by a local contractor, Mr A. B. Cran...