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NEW SOUTH WALES HARVEST. WHEAT AVERAGE, 11.7 BUSHELS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

NEW SOUTH WALES HARVEST. WHEAT AVERAGE, 11.7 BUSHELS. In December last the Government Statistician estimated the New South Wales- probable wheat harvest at 41,800,000 bushels, from 3,136,671 acres, or an average of 13.3 bushels per acre: Although the final results are not yet available, it has been possible to. prepare a progress report, which is sufficiently accurate to indi cate to what extent anticipations will I be realised. The area reserved for I grain has not" varied appreciably, but I in the estimated production the—pre j sent figures exhibit a decrease of near l.ly 5,000,000 bushels, or a 36,860,000 bushels crop, at an average of 11.7 I bushels. This is 4,373,000 bushels above the State's previous best re cord.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. Wheat, 3/5. Flour, 14/3.. Bran, 1/1 Vj. Pollard, 1/1%. Factory butter, 1/4. Dairy butter, 7d. and Sd. Eggs* Od. : Melbourne Press Quotations:— Factory butter, 1/2. Dairy butter, $%d. to 9%d. . Eggs, lid. . (By Wir.e.—Melbourne Monday.) •Wheat, .1/9%; oats, milling, to *3/ 1/11;. seed, 2/3; feed, 1/10.

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LAND SETTLEMENT. APPLICANTS FOR MALLEE BLOCKS. MINISTER TAKES ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

LAND SETTLEMENT. ■APPLICANTS FOR MALLEE BLOCKS. MINISTER TAKES ACTION. On taking office as Minister of .Lands in December last, Mr. Lawson announced that he intended to effect reforms in the. department which would render it far easier for land ..•seekers to obtain blocks than under existing red tape conditions. He in structed the Secretary/of Lands' and other officers to confer, and draft new regulations, which would accomplish this reform. A conference between the principal officers of the department and the district land officers ensued, and recommendations were submitted : to the Minister for his approval. . Mr. Lawson announced that in the past applicants for land, and espeel ally for mallee blocks, had frequently made from nine to ten attempts to obtain land, .but had been unsuccess ful. Men often put in applications for several blocks in a subdivision, and in every case a fee of 5/ had to be paid. The. recommendations of - the conference were aimed at doing away 'with, vexati...

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SLY GROG SELLING. A CHINESE, FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

SLY GKOG SELLING. A CHINESE,FINED. Ah Youey was fined £50 and costs for sly grog selling. Tlie police des cribe the house as "a perfect hell."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

To Business Men AND THE PUBLIC. ■ r"' ~~ EJ—UB If you require anything or desire tc make anything known Advertise in "TheHerald,' The old-established paper, with the Largest Circulation. Collars, Saddlery and Harness OF all, descriptions. Large stock .to choose Irom Buggy, Gig Harness from 90/. Beat Leather and Materials. All woll made. Dray Col lars Irom 19/, Buggy Collars from 12/, and Killing Saddles from 45/. • Bridles, Whips, Spurs, Brushes, Lag rings, etc., In great variety. BEENIE'S Patent and other HORSE RUGS, Satisfaction Guaranteed. W. P. SehickerlSng, SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER. Scott street, Warracknafceal.

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Late Melbourne. (By Wire.—Melbourne Monday.) SIR JOHN MADDEN'S DEPARTURE. A BARONETCY MENTIONED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

[ ■ Late Melbourne. (By Wire.—Melbourne Monday.) SIR JOHN MADDEN'S DEPARTURE. A BARONEtCY MENTIONED. Mr. McKinnon, State Attorney-Gen eral, and othor leading lawyers bade Sir John rMadden farewell, in court 'this morning. It is understood that Sir John Madden will probably re ceive a baronetcy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

Desperate Shooting. . Paina in Hie Chest require prompt treatment. : Use Dr. Slielflon'B Now DIacovory tforOoushs and Colds. ; ■ Jt gives Immediate relief. Price, 1/6 and 13/. Obtainable ovarywharo. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

PROFESSIONAL. Mr H, W. Oakley, BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR," AVARRACKNABEAL, And at HOPETOUN and BEULAH A Commissioner of the High Court, the Supreme Court/of the States, for taking affidavits. \ Trust money to lend from • 4 per ■■■ r«nt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

SjlVEH STAR S1ARCH THE BEST IN THE WORLD £lb Carton lib Carton to 8 lb Parcel . INSIST on ' labelled: packages.: WARWiWG. O.PTIOAL,'.QUACKS arc vory. liu- - inerous in this; country. They : travel from house to'/house preying upon the weak and old with promises of marvellous cures of all .kinds of "eye troubles," with a patented "fam ous fictitious named lens.". , From time to time I' liavo tried to - warn you., Optical Fakers are ln~tho country every week. Reliable men do not travel .from house to liouse. ! If - you-get ''bit" you -have no ono to Wiimo but yourself. In addition to'the - swindling done by such grafters, the [harm.and injuries they sell cannot bo over estimated.: • .: /■ The people should consider carefully the reputation and 'honesty of the man ■, [ whom . they entrust "with their eyes. I I visit your town evory oight weeks , and hold consultations • at the Com- - merclal Hotol. I do not canvass from house to house. Professional men do not do that sort of thing. My ...

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FEDERAL POLITICS. MR. IRVINE TO TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

FEDERAL POLITICS. IRVINE TO TOUI Arrangera^HtS: are ;.beins niade: for the 1'ederal .Attorney^jeneral (Mr.,;W.' Ji. Irvine),, to deliver a series of politi cal addresses in the Corangamiteolee torate. • The. dates have not, yet been definitely -fixed, but it is probable tliat Mr. Irvine .will speak at Warrnambool on. 7tli April, at Camperdowu on 8tli April , and at Colac oil 9th April, v CniTIOISM OP SENATE. : lit the course of a speech at Varra raattii, Mr. Cook said that; in the Se nate, policies were'made and unmade.1 They had tried to unmake the Liberal policy; so.tho Liberals would have to try to lever them out of .their.places, and send them to the country. The people; must give the Liberals power to conduct the; Government economi cally and efficiently, or make way for someone else. He considered that the Senate tenure, should be out down from elx to, three years.:Senators I should.-have to so before the people every" three years, ■ the, same: as mem bers of the House o£ Repr...

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CRICKET. BANGERANG v. WILKUR. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

I! NCrlOIvANG v. WlUCUil. The above teams met at BaugeranS on Saturday, and tlie same resulted jj1 favor .pf.the visitors uy 23 runs. ltur .were: first at the wickets, and P™1, up the very, respectable score of 1« H.' Blair-made 40: of the total, and car-, rled. Uls ..bat;! He gave several caw. cos,, /but. othorwise: played good .on ket J. Blair 15 and H Blair 10« « the only other batsmen to. get. 'jj double iflguresi -and tliey played $ . The .wickets ;were . secured -W .-?}> McLean,' 4 for 40; Teague, 3 for and -D.Hosslter, S.for 8. on takiner.^the wickets,.made o-( words, returned thanks on his teaim. 0

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BARNES—DUNNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

BARNES—DUNNE. j .V quiet but pretty .wedding was | celebrated ' in the local Presbyterian | Church on Wednesday, 11th inst.,.when Mr. A. Barnes, only son of Mr. aiid# . Mrs. A. Barnes, of .Kelialac, was uni ted in matrimony with Miss Emii$ Dunne, of Kellalac, only daughter "of Mrs. Dunne, of Kellalac, the officia ting clergyman being the Rev. W.Nai smith. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. Richard q Dunne, was attended by Miss Jean Cameron, as bridesmaid, while Mr. YV. Thomson acted as best man. After the ceremony an adjournment was - | made to Lawson's Cafe, where a sumptuous wedding breakfast waa \ partaken of, and the usual toasts hon- \ ored. The happy couple left by the I afternoon train for Ballarat and Mel* bourne to spend their honeymoon.

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A LONG RIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

A LONG RIDE. to ride to Sydney, . a distanco ol 565% miles, without a bridle, Is a fat which Mjss Grace "Waugli, 16 years of: age, was !to. (attempt yesterday. She is endeavoring to . beat; .the performance of .the American girl of. 19, wlio W years ago rode 500 miles in 12 day?, across the- prairies; . ..Tlie Australian' attempt will :be. a great test ol speed; and endurance,' because of the liMs on a large portion o£ the route. 5!K :\\;angh's idea'is. to cover 50 miles a day, thus finishing the, journey '•> 11% ; days. " She will ride lier gre?;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

Take No Other. | "For nine years I suffered with a liver disorder and tried numerous me* dicines, obtaining very little relief," writes Miss Esther J. Coles, Major's Creek, N.S.W. "After talcing Cham berlain's Tablets regularly'for a fort night I found I was greatly benefited, and. am now completely restored to health. My father, who is 79, is an invalid, and is troubled with consti pation, but has obtained the greatest 1 benefit from Chamberlain's Tablets. 1 Rather than use any other medicine, t we have often sent into Braidwocd, ] that is 20 miles away, for Chamber- , Iain's Tablets. Sold by Hutchinson and Co. and J. N. Woolcott DUMBUOY DAIRY. PURE AND WHOLESOME MILK SUPPLY. CUSTOMERS WAITED ON DAILY. TWO DELIVERIES DURING SUM MER MONTHS. FINE DAIRY HERD. FED ON BEST OF FODDER. MILK COOLED BY _ SPECIAL PROCESS. Telephone 42. 'What Care / ' If ships pass by Australia's Walional.. Smoke CUT,(IN TINS) FIAKE OR MIXTURE. ALSO IN PLUG FORM. PROFESSIONAL. 'Phone, No. 74. F. ■■C;:;NEWMAN;...

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ADELAIDE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

ADELAIDE RACES. Welter 'Handicap.—'San Juan 1, Bob Sault 2, Manbray Star 3. Divs., £19 15/and. £17/. "" Hurdle.—Journeyman T,? Broughton Boy -2, Kenpedv 3. '-Divs., £2 2/ and <£3 9/ : ' Somertou Handicap.-—Bective V Imager 2, Wassail 3. Div,', £7 12/. ; - . Patawalonga Stakes;—Leucops V .Miss Nikersgat 2, Winatle 3. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

THONE. No. 15. J. N. WOOLCOTT, Registered Dentist, Scott Street - - - Warracknabeal. Next Door to hie Well Known Pharmacy. May ba Consulted Dally. \ Beulah, Tuesday, March 31st;

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SYDNEY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

SYDNEY RACES. ; The Rosehill races at Sydney, on Saturday,♦resulted as follows:— ; ;;Hurdle:Race.-:~Jarris.i5eld 1, Demaud 2,yHardy Bill'3. '4 to 1 winner. . Granville Stakes.—Podacon 1, Pa«, reena 2, Casil Gun 3., 9 to 2 "winner. ; Camerifa; Stakes>-Oweenee 1, Her* i ringbone 2/ •Lochano 3. -10 to 1 1 ner." '.Clyde/Stakes.—Graftoline 1, Aurifer ; 2,;;No.ogilla>3. , 20 to 1 winner. Nursery, 'Handicap.-—Lord Linnet 1, Lardner 2, Miss Ceres 3. G to 4 win* RosehilV-Cup.-^Charleville 1, Border i King 2, Delorium 3, Hultifoil 4. I horses fell. 7 to 1 winner. Carliugton Mile.—.Sir Alwynton 1, Hobble Skirt' 2, Valior 3. 2 to 1 vria

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

, Always Takes It. "I always t!il(0 Chamberlain's CoURli Romedy whenever 1 have'i cold, writes Mrs. A.' Preston, .61 King Wil liam ntiefit. Fltzrov. Vic "I first. took it when 1 iu'O an attack ot .influenza, alia I Kot'rellof at once. Now I always keep a bottle in tlie house, and never lose an opportunity f-> i ocommend it to otlieru." I' know doxenfe ot people wlio look on Chambei Iain's CouKh Ro. rriody as a part of tlieir , householder foots. Sold by -Hiitcliinson and Co. md J. N. WooJcott.. ' 4 •

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THE DRY SUMMER. SEASONS REVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

THE DRY SUMMER. SEASONS REVIEWED. Writing to the "Weekly Times," a correspondent, referring . to the dry summer, says Already the croaker is- looking up Wragge's forecasts of years ago, and is dubiously shaking his- head, though we have been able to dispel much of. the. apprehension that those fearful forecasts used to arouse in the breasts, of pastoralista and'agriculturists. Especially was this so in 1912,• when* little rain, fell before mid-June,: yet the contention even -then that -there was still, time for the; expectation of a good harvest was amply borne out by-results. There, is' not-'. the - slightest ground for any alarm now..-Indeed; there is cause for gratification:, amongst far mers, and graziers that the rain is holding off. r.Rain'does little or 110 good during January-February, and ,un til mid-March. It does much harm^'in the pasture lands, for .thousands of tons of .native grass-seed are 'thereby caused, to germinate—only to die off at the iflrst dry spell.. It. als...

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PARISIAN SENSATION. BURIAL OF M. CALMETTE. POLICE DRAW SWORDS. PARIS, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

PAKISTAN SENSATION. burial of m. calmette. POMCE DRAW SWORDS. ; • ' PARIS, Friday Night. The remains of M. Calmette, editor of the "Figaro," who was hilled by itdme. Cailiaux, wife of the ex-Miuis ter of:.'Finance;', were, interred. to-day. It was anticipated . that there would be a 'fight between the Cailiaux and Calmette factions,'and a very large force of police assembled. Large crowds, hostile to.. the ex-Minister of Finance, gathered, and made demon strations, to which the Cailiaux fac-: •tion' responded, Revolver shots ./being frequent. ^•Eventually the: police, drew, their swords, and dispersed the two factions, numerous arrests being wade,

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