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THE VENICE DISASTER. TORPEDO BOAT SINKS LAUNCH. ROME, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

THE VENICE DISASTER. TORPEDO BOAT SINKS LAUNCH. • ' 'ROME, Friday N ight.' A profound sensation lias been caus ed in yenlce by • the ;'disaster . in .tho Grand <3anal, when a torpedo boat ran down, and sank a.steam launch con* ^ talrilng a party, of 'people returning from church^at , St. Mark's.,, There .were 80 persons on board the launch, and no less than 50 were drowned.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PEACE OF THE WORLD. AMERICAN OPTIMISM. WASHINGTON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

PEACE OF THE WOULD. ✓ AMERICAN. OPTIMISM. >"* WASHINGTON, 'Frtdny. A. speech on the world s peace movement wasjmade;by;ttie Secretary of State (Mr. W. J. Bryon) in ac knowledging the ^congratulations'. of the people ..of ^Nebraska, ;(htB -:"riatly6 State) on his having celebrated* hia 54th birthday. "It. seems lllcely " ;sa!d :-Mr.. <Bryank "that -fully ' one-half ' of > the . peoples of the; world.' will ,.^0 linked , together in peace proposals "binding them to inveuUgdte » tiuarrel before resorting to war/ Fifteen- troatios have already been signed."

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

Entertaining an Enemy. : : Bon't ontortaln a chronic running eoro or wounds. -Cur© it. with Br Sholdon's Masmetlo Liniment ; Price, 1/6 and 8/. ' Obtainable ovenrwbors.

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

' Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabule?. Pave the-■way to Success By giving you A Good Stomach - And a Cheerful Disposition. They d'ge9t what you eat. Obtainable ^everywhere. There Is no " Make Believe," about the Huge Saleofthe Balance of Guqq's Stock and the Clearance of Piles of New Goods by the Adelaide Bargain Company. EVERY YARD OF STUFF AND EVERY ARTICLE HAS TO BE POSITIVELY CLEARED WITHIN THE NEXT FEW WEEKS ! THE GOODS MUST GO ! AND THEY ARE GOING RAPIDLY I PRICES LOWER THAN EVER. DON'T PUT IT OFF I YOUR CHANCE IS TO-DAY ! SEE OUR PRICES AND YOU CANNOT HELP BUYING. ABC THE ADELAIDE BARGAIN COMPANY (late Gunn's), | I Scott Street, Warracknabeal. | ABC

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DISMISSAL OF UNIONIST. STATION OWNER FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

DISMISSAL OF UNIONIST. STATION OWNER FINED. An important case under the Com monwealth '.Conciliation''and Arbitra tion Act -was heard at tho Bailarat Court on Friday, Tjoforo Mr. S. J: Goldsmith., John- Ford Inglis, the well known station owner o£ "Inglis ton," was charsed . with dlsmtestaff •from liia.; em]>loy ;'Abraham. GottHeb, for the reason that'ho was a.meaiber of • tho Australian . Workers' - Union. Gottlieb said defendant employed him as a station' hand ijntl■ dismissed him because he Joined the union. ; Alter a quantity o£ 'evidence; was; taken detei da it was fined. £5, ; with ■CIO li)/C costs. _ ___

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. COMMITTEE MEETING. A meeting of the committee of the Agricultural Society was held 011 -Sa turd ay afternoon. The president (Mr. C. Hewitt) presided, and there were also present—Messrs. Robinson, Haeusler, Burke, C. Bunge, Schickel-, ling, Staiiithorpe, .T. W. Gould, Dun gey, J. A. Gould, Reed, Devereux, 'Couz ner, George, A. Kinghorn, Pearce, Ca meron, G. Pendiebury, and Watson. M-EMBER'-S RESIGNATION. Mr. J. D. Aubrey .wrote tendering his resignation as a member of the committee. He said it had given him pleasure to have been associated with the society, and he hoped to hear of its growing importance and influence as the years went on. The president remarked that Mr. Aubrey had been a worthy member of the committee, and a man whom it wa3 a pleasure to be associated with. Thr» promotion he had gained was well merited. He moved that Mr. Aub rey's resignation be accepted with re gret, and tiiat a record be placed on the books of the society expressing appreciati...

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

" Honestly Recommended.. 7 1 "To any'tie suffering: from 'diarrhoea '«"• can honestly recommend: Chamber I) Iain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy t i as being::the -most satisfactory re , f medy on the marltet/'j writes Mr. C. C; Hooper, Walioflela, N.Z. I have tried all sorts of medicines; but- have .found nothing equal to Chamberlain's. Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy.", Sold byHut; ctlnoon and Co. and J. N. Woolcott

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MEN OUT TO PIECES. A SHOCKING DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

MEN OUT TO PIECES. ASH OC KIN G DEATH. , Two men were knocked down by a light engine, and killed at Wickham,; ^ N.S.W., railway.1 crossing. Their bod ies were terribly mutilated. One of , the men had his head cut off, and the ! other his legs. .

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BANGERANG. PUBLIC HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

BAHCERANG. (From our Covrespondent.) PUBLIC HALL. . . The annual'meeting of the subscri bers to the Bangerarig Public Hall and Free Library was .held on Thursday last. • .The president (Mr. C. Hewitt) presided. The secretary,.in a lengthy repiort "ofthe past year's Work, - refer red to the splendid "progress ' made. The liability, on the building had.been reduced by £58 3/4. A new piano had been-purchased at a cost of £56, and with the firm's concession, a sum of £25' had been paid on that, account, ■ ieaving £31 yet to be paid. The total liability at present is £61 2/. The balauce-sheet showed that the receipts for the year amounted-to £102 7/2, the" ' principal'* items; beingf-Govern-. ment grants £29; shire grants,; £12 7/_ 11; piano fund, £24 13/-6; ' rent-for hall;- £ 16 13/3 proceeds, of entertain* ment, £16 3/6. The expenditure amounted to, over. £40. the chief items : being, •piano, £20; entertainment ex-1 penses, £6 14/; books. £4 1/6: insur ance, £3 0/10; and-iuteresl. £3 ...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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THE PEOPLE'S PARTY. LABOR SOCIALISM DENOUNCED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

THE PEOPLE'S PARTY. SPEECH BY MR. IRVINE. LABOR SOCIALISM DENOUNCED. A meeting of the council of the Peo« pie's Party was held on Friday in Mel bourne Mr. F. O. Sambell, who pre* sided, said the meeting was composed of delegates from all parts of' the State, and practically represented aJJ the country cITstricts. The attendance, in view of the fact that each branch only sent two delegates, showed the great interest felt in the Liberal cause. Mr. Irvine, Federal Attorney-Gen eral, said the party opposed to them had shown them what could be done by organisation. When, however, they saw the serried ranks of Labor drawn up they need not lose heart. There was a little rift in the lute. The Labor Party had two very discor dant elements in their midst. They represented the half-hearted Socialists and they represented the French syn dicalists. These two elements were opposed to each other. Every day showed the difference existing among them. Every day gave evidence that this new doctrine wa...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FEDERAL SITUATION. OUTLOOK DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

THE FEDERAL SITUATION. OUTLOOK DISCUSSED. From the Liberal "call to arms" ut lered by -Mr. Cook the other clay in Sydney, and Air. Fisher's reply to his challenge in Melbourne, we may con clude that a crisis in.Federal politics is ^unavoidable. "The outlook is that the elections will come very soon," states the Prime Minister. If words mean anything at, all, he is aiming at a double dissolution, immediately the Senate, by again rejecting one or other of the "test Bills," gives ground for a request to the Governor-General to apply the deadlock clause oi' the Constitution. ■ On the other hand, it would appear that the Labor leaders still cherish the hope that only tho House of Representatives will be dis* solved. They affect to believe that Ministers are really anxious to avoid any sort of appeal to the people, though it is incredible that Mr. Cook would talk as he does, and expose him. self to future charges of insincerity and misrepresentation, unless he lion, estly meant business. ...

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LABOR PREMIER AND CAUCUS. MR. HOLMAN THREATENS TO RESIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

! LABOR PREMIER 'AND | CAUCUS. MR. HOLMAN THREATENS TO RESIGN.. At a meeting of the Labor Party in New South Wales, the caucus made a bold attempt to impose its will oil the Ministry. There was a long and bit ter debate, and the move was only checkmated by a threat of Mr. W. A, Ilolman, the Premier, to resign. The subject which led to the debate was a rumored appointment of Mr. F. F. Flowers, as Minister for Health, Mr. P. J. Minahan moved that Mr. Flowers should not be given the pro posed portfolio, and appointed to any Ministerial position, nor help in any Ministerial work. Mr. iHolman said he would take the motion, i.f carried, as a vote of cen sure 011 himself. There were no grounds for saying that Mr. Flowers was about to be appointed Minister for Health. The' Government had made no announcement, and it waa likely there would be no appointment for some time. If carried, the motion would establish a precedent, and would make his position as Premier impossible. Constitutionally t...

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

— Fighting Fop Breath. "My little boy was a martyr to bad colds and coughs," says Mrs.. G. War* rell, Lalce's Creek, \ Rockliumpton, Q. i "At times he has been bo bad that I have found him fighMi!.,g f-or -breath.; Since I started giving him Chamber i lulu's-Cough Hemudy 1 do not worry over Mb :<couglis,>■ forIkm>w.. tha-.a couple oi doses will give .Mm ate relief. •'Sold by Hutchinson and Co. and J. N. Woolcott. " i *A

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MELBOURNE TO SYDNEY. A GIRL'S LONG RIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

MELBOURNE TO SYDNEY. A. GIRL'S LONG RtDE. Grace Waugh. started for Sydney on horseback amid rousing cheers. Slve expects to accomplish the distance in 11% days.. Large, numbers of peo ple came .to see the start.

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DAY BAKING. EVIDENCE BEING HEARD. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

DAY BAKING. EVIDENCE BEING.HEARD. Mr. Justice Rich, in the Third Arbi tration Court, begun the hearing of evidence in support of a claim of tho operative bakers for day baking.

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YOUNG MARRIED WOMAN. CHARGED WITH VAGRANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

YOUNG MARRIED WOMAN. CHARGED WITH VAGRANCY. Myrtle Shadforth, 19 years, who was married at IS years, but who is livr ing apart from her husband,*was sen tenced to a month, with suspension on a- good "behaviour bond, for vagrancy,._

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NOXIOUS WEEDS. IMPORTANT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

NOXIOUS WEEDS. IMPORTANT DECISION. Mr. Justice A'Beckett decided that the magistrates were entitled to act on personal knowledge that star and saffron thistles had been proclaimed noxious Veeds, >vhen hearing a" charge against Wettenall Bros., wlioni they fined. An order for rehearing was dis charged.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

BEREAVEMENT CARD. Mr.-and Mrs. J. H. Hopkins desire to thank their friends for telegrams and kind messages of,- sympathy dur ing their recent sad bereavement.

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ACTION FOR LIBEL. DAMAGES AWARDED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

ACTION FOR LIBEL. DAMAGES AWARDED. ' j. B. Heward, State school teacher,* obtained a verdict for £200, and costs, against A. H. Blake, grazier, of Lang Lang, for libel.

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The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, MARCH 24th, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IIORNINGS, WITH . SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, MARCH 24th, . 1914. in a previous article we pointed out the prospect'of a deficit tl\is yeai on an increased expenditure erf man> mil ■ lions, and the need—the crying need —tor a recasting ot our" enormously : growing, but lop-sided Federal expen diture. The total, expenditure of the Federal Parliament, it might just a3 well be again, reiterated, lias grown, from 1909, when it was £14,000,000, including the payments to the: States of customs .duties, to £27,000,000 in 1914, or, deducting the return to the States of the customs and ex cise proportion, a net increase of from £6,000,000 in 1909, to £21,000,000 in 1914. Yet we have scarcely touched the ''fringe of expenditure in the true and foundational policy of public works for the. opening up to profitable . use of our boundless natural resources. The policy has been one without pro ; portion or Joresiglit. : . Stupe...

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