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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914
W. H. JANES' No. a 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 3TQRE. , 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 lias earned the reputation of being right UP' To-Date, both as regards to Style and iFinlsh. I Place Your Order for your EASTER SUIT-now. j 9 "Where Everything is Best by Actual Test." Builder and Contractor, The " Mallee " Joinery Works, Woolcott Street, Builds to suit your requirements in any part of the District. Doors, Fly Doors, Sashes, a...
McALLISTER—SOHNEIDER. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914
MCALLISTER—SOHXEIDER. A very quiet wedding was celebra ted at "Stonehill,'* Galaquil, the resi dence of Mrs. M. Schneider, on Tues day, March 10th, the contracting par ties being Mr. William McAllister, son of Mrs. McAllister and the late Mr John McAllister, of "Rockvale," Mar noo, and Miss Edith A. Schneider, se cond daughter of Mrs. M. Schneider gf Galaquil. The ceremony was per formed in the presence of a few of the immediate relatives bv Rev. Shugg, of Rupanyup. The newlv-wedded cou ple left by motor for Melbourne, en route for Tasmania, where' the honey | moon will be spent.
SOCIAL. ERHARDT—SYMES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914
SOCIAL. ERHARDT—SY.MES. " A -wedding which created more than ordinary interest was celebrated _'at Galaquil East on Wednesday, March 11th, when Mr. John Peter Erhardt, second son of Mr. and-Mrs. F. J. Er» hardt, was joined in matrimony with Miss Ida Symes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs; 0. J. Symes. The parents of tfie bride and bridegroom reside at Galaquil East. The ceremony took place at the Galaquil East Baptist Church at 3 p.m. Rev. W. W. Jolly, of Beulah, officiated. The interior of the church building was very beauti* fully decorated by the friends of the bride and bridegroom, whose efforts at transformation of the interior of the building were crowned with sue* cess. The bride was motored to the church by Mr. M. Bell, who afterwards conveyed the newly wed couple to the residence of Mr. 0. J. Symes. The Galaquil East Baptist Church choir rendered anthems very sweetly during the progress of the wedding ceremony. As the party entered the church. Miss C. M.. Guest played the "Wedding ...
STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914
STAR PICTURES. The popularity of the >Star . Pictures was again evidenced' by the large audience .that attended the entertain-. ment on 'Saturday evening, when an. exceptionally good • programme was highly .appreciated by patrons, who frequently applauded the impressive and realistic, stories presented. "Dis» owned Blood," the star production, was an extremely popular number, full-of interesting and sensational features, itnd it held- the attention of onlookers throughout. - "The Strongest Link" depicted a very pathetic story with a happ3f ending. Another., fine drama was also, presented in "In God' wo trust," and the impression made will not soon be forgotten. An interesting and instructive naval, picture, "The homecoming'of our fl^et," was highly appreciated, and* clearly showed the great ships of the fleet, and the cordial welcome to the officers, etc. There were also comedy pictures, which caused a vast amount of amusement, notably, "Bumbles as PhotograplieV," "Reformation of...
BANK MANAGER HONORED. MR. J.D. AUBREY'S DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914
BANK MANAGER HONORED. MR. J.O. AUBREY'S DEPARTURE. There was a representative gath ering oE citizens at McCombe's Hall on Thursday evening to bid farewell to Mr. J. D, Aubrey, who, after being In chargo of the Warracknabeal branch of the 'Commercial Bank for over throe years, has been promoted to n. more important position in con nection with tlio institution in Syd ney. The send-off, which took tho form of a social evening, was of a very pleasant character. Mr. C. K. Mackenzie, J.P., presided. Apologies were received from a number of citi zens who were unable to bo present. Mr. Aubrey was eulogised for the va luable services he had rendered to the community, and was congratula ted 011 having received well merited promotion. In the course of a few openiijg re marks the chairman said that a feel ing of regret went through the dis trict when it became known that Mr. Aubrey was leaving the town. At the same timo Ills friends were pleased to know that he had been selected to fill a more...
TURF. BEULAH RACES. A SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914
BEULAH RACES. A SUCCESSFUL GATHERING , The Beulah Turf Club were favor ocl with beautiful' weather 011 Fridav •for their annual meeting, ami conse quently there was a good attendance The racing was Interesting and ojj.^ able, and a good afternoon's -iSpovt was the .outcome. Mr. T. IT. Jackson, • president .of- the club, was hidefntlg' able during, the afternoon, ami liis set of officials proved capable officers, Witli the result that tlie general man agement. was good, and everytliins went off. smoothly and satisfactorily. There were no protests during the afternoon. The Beulah Handicap was won by that good mace Hopevalc, own ed by Fisher Bros., who won the si. Patrick's Handicap at Warracltnaheal two (lays previously. Results were 'l'rial Stakes—J,. McPhee's Ven Er. ror 1, Correction '2, H.O.D. 3. Hot ting—G to 4 on winner. ■; Pony Race,. 4 furlongs, £5.—J. R. Grlflin's Swift, 9.6, 1; C. Woodfme's Junaiy 10:5, 2;. Miss McNeil, 8.5, 3.. Others—Plain Bill and Peerless. Bet ting—^2 to...
RESIGNATION OF ARMY OFFICERS IMPORTANT WAR OFFICE CONSULTATION. EXCITEMENT IN BRITAIN. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914
RESIGNATION OF ARMY OFFICERS IMPORTANT WAR OFFICE "CON SULTATION. EXCITEMENT IN BRITAIN. LONDON, Saturday. A telegram • from Craigcamp states that information from the War'Office says that an ultimatum lias been is sued to the army, announcing that all officers %vho. are not prepared to serve against Ulster must resign or be pre pared for dismissal. Hundreds of officers, chiefly of the cavalry, have tendered their -resigns* tions. : _ _ It is announced" that' the whole of the officers of the Fifth Lancers have resigned, as a protest against being sent north. The resignations of officers both in England and Ireland-are confirmed. An -urgent conference between the Prime Minister, .Mr. Churcliill, First Lord of the Admiralty, and '"Colonel Seely, Secretary for War, is now be ing held with the staff of the War Office. The conference lasted : for three hours. Prince Louis. of Batten burg, Admiral of. the Fleet, lias been summoned urgently, to give an opinion regarding, the feeling of the...
WATER SUPPLY. TYPE OF STORAGE TANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914
WATER SUPPLY. TYPE OF STORAGE TANKS. With .reference to the construction of tanks "for the storage of water, the recommendations and requirements of the Commission are.set forth as fol lows :— - Before any work is done in excava ting tank, the selected sight should be well tested to see that no heavy body of stone or inferior material, not wa* tertight, is' underneath. This caii easily be ascertained by sinking two or more small shafts, or by boring, or by part sinking and part boring. Wherever possible the site for the tank, relative to the supply channel, should be. chosen so that water can bo .stored above ground. For this pur pose the material from the excavation should be placed continuously around the tank as shown on plan. Where the tank 'site is on sloping ground a good result in this way is easily se cured. 'Even in flat ground, very often some extra water can be stored above ground, at a reasonable expense? by banking up the inlet channel at the tank end. By this means the...
CATHOLIC FEDERATION. A SUCCESSFUL YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914
CATHOLIC FEDERATION. A SUCCESSFUL YEAR. The second annual report of the Victorian branch of the Australian Catholic Federation has been issued by the State Council. It shows that .350 branches of the federation have been formed .in Victoria,. with about 5000 workers as members of the branch councils. Over 40,000 mem bers were enrolled during last year; Prominence is given in the report to tiio education question/in connection .with which public meetings' have been held in all 'the ' important' .centres throughout Victoria. Ono, hundred, thousand copies : of a leaflet .'dealing with the. question, have been distri buted. The State Council expresses a determination to persist in bringing miller the notice of fair-minded - non Catholics the injustice of the present system as it affects ('..iti'.oHo citizens. Tile federation is also actively oppos ing the proposal- to introduce,sectar ian teaching into tile public schools of Victoria..: It contonds that a. quo's jtjCm"involving the-.con...
JERUSALEM THE MODERN. TRAM TO BETHLEHEM. JERUSALEM, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914
JERUSALEM THE MODERN. TRAM "TO BETHLEHEM. - ) JERUSALEM, Saturday. . ''Jorusalom : IS', i -UelnB /i'-iuropoaniseu with oleotrlo light, -.waterworks, : and tramways. '".-.Olio tramway line will' bo run from, the Jaffa Gate to Betliloliein, and ano-. [ tlier to the head, of .the Valley of Jelio 1' sophat. , None of tho lines will ontor the old olty within tlje walls. , '
SPORTING NEWS. ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914
SPORTING HEWS. athletics. ., Seventy-nine pedestrians , capped for the .Stawell Eilsil with B;Garter.-Melbourne 7 vi '' the bapk-marker, H vik'iJ '113 limit B Stamp, Minyip' the only Wuiiraei'a represeMat,^'1' Lered,-. There are good entries 0r 'I,' events, and the gathering MJ 1 he as- popular as ever mo,nls&lt;* to ' Tlio Ouyon-sports on Tuoa(i,, , wore, a: great success. Tho &lt;s> J"®' was: won by D. WhUocross (J ,eW G. Gill (14 yds.), and H \Vn«, '* yds.) secondhand third, The m , " was won by M. Bass (7 vds v „ J dei> Waters (scr) and G. qui ('l»' »■ places. Mr. A, Penny won ti,„ , tossing, atv 33 -feet. The ■■'nv 1f Race-was,won by j. p. Brill \t » and' G.-,Gill second And .third' t?5 Jrnide.n Trot was won by AimoiU
RIFLE SHOOTING. FARMERS BEAT MILLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914
ItlVLE SHOOTING. FARMERS BEAT MILLERS. ■ An- interesting match: tooK place on the local'range on Saturday be-, tween the farmers and millers of the local club, seven shots at BOO and 600 yards.' On previous occasions when these te'ams met, the millers were suc cessful,-but-on Saturday tlie farmers, liad thoir revenge, winning- by 14 points. . For the farmers, Deveroux and Vaughan were in great form, both getting the possible on at 500 yards. At. 600 yards Devereux ■ and Everett did best, with 31 each. The winning team will meet tho blacksmiths on Wednesday Week, when a good con test should result. The following aro tho scores ;— ' FARMERS. 500 600. T'l, E. Deveroux * . 35 31 - 00 F, Vaughan , •• 35 27 62 T. Everett . . 28 31. 59 \V. Drage .. . 32 20 5S K. Brown (capt.) ; 20 25 51 290 MILLiBRS. 500 COO T'l. D. McDonald (capt,) 31 30 01 T. Treadwell 28 29 57 V. iflooic " .. 29 28 . '57 J. Greenwood , .. 20 25 54 II. Roynoids . 39 21 53 »9# 282
ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914
ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA PICTURES. - There was a fine .audience, at the Melbn Theatre , on Saturday night, which - Indicates that there is . no. ,wan* ing of popular interest in the pictures presented. An exclusive drama, "The Secret of Adrhviiople," was the/leading attraction, and it revived the stirring events in connection Avith the Bulgar ian-Turkish war. "The Tiger"" and "His Mother," were supporting/ dra mas of excellent standard, the impres siyeriess of which could,not fall to.ap* peal 'to the' spectators. In the "Gau mont Graphic" there was portrayed some of the most important and. not ablei happenings of the NVorld. Comedy was':well provided in "Lieutenant Pim ple," "Wanted a. Mamma," and "John Tobin's Sweetheart." The &lt; pro* gramme as a whole met with the hearty appreciation of the spectators, i
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914
AUCTI0N8. \ ^YOIING BROsT~ ' ftuotlonoors, Stook and 8tatlon Agents, Land, Flnanoo, and Commission Agents, 1 HOKSHAM. NliILL, HAMILTON AND WAItRACKNABEAL. Branch Offices at Ararat, Murtoa, Minylp, Nh.111, Rupanyup, Dimboola, ™.t«rlon Donald, Terang, .Balmoral, and Goroke; also Wolsley, S,A. Ca"° AGENTS FOR:— &lt; Dennye, Laaoelles, Limited, Wool and Grain Brokers, Stock and ' -Iillon Agents, Geelong and Melbourne. ( Tbs'Australian Mutual Provident Society. ' The,National Fire Insurance Co. of New Zealand. TteBnllarat Banking Co. Limited. - • ■f be Australasian Mutual Live Stock Insurance Society Limited. And business arrangements with all the leading firms of auctioneers In &lt;(«* South Wales and South" Australia. ■ ' Auction sales of Horses, Cattle, Sheep held at Horsham, Nhill, Hamil Murtoa, Minylp, Warracknabeal, Beulab, Hopetoun, Rupanyup, Donald, Dimboola, Kaniva, Nafimulc.'CJoroke, Dunkeld, Casterton, Cavendish, Strath Balmoral, Terang, and Lake Bolac. m MONEY...
TRAGEDY IN THE WEST. MOTHER DROPS DEAD. BOY'S HEROIC CONDUCT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914
tragedy in the west. MOTHER DROPS DEAD. BOY'S HEROIC CONDUCT. 'To little Vincent Atkinson r offer lie homage of my admiration," said Sir Alexander Peacock, Minister for Education, after relating the story of :he heroic conduct df this boy of 10, .vhich equals that of William Henry 3acon, of Coonamblo. The facts were brought under the lotice of the Minister by a correspon ient in West Australia, and he intends to have them published in the "School Paper" that they .may be read by the thousands of children attending Stato schools. -The Mount'Maget "Miner," a copy of which lias been handed to us by Mr. Henry Mercer, of Warrackna beal, contains a full account of the pathetic story. Mrs. Rachael Atkinson, wife of Mrs. AV. •T. Atkinson, of Biliili station, near Lennonville, died on Friday, 27ult„ from heart failure, accelerated by the intense heat. Deceased was 36 years of age, and leaves a husband and five little children to mourn her loss. » -The following are the facts of the sad case,...
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914
boxing. Joe Jeannette, "the coloreL,. tW • outppintod Ceorgea CarP™70( IS French champion, in # con, cos- I rounds -in I'arls, on, S#WW«v tW sidersWo. Interest was taB . ^ i aiateHr-and; the crowd was.? . i,0jjig-3 largest that bis 'wUneMM» w contest In the-French oaP'-"' stalies were '£0000.