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PROFIT SHARING. DATA TO BE COLLECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

PROFIT SHARING. DATA TO BE COLLECTED. air. Kelly, Assistant-Minister of Home "Affairs, promised a Liberal Workers' Institute deputation to. have data collected regarding co-partner-, ship and profit sharing in Australia.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

OBITUARY. The' interment of the remains of the late Mr. James Ferguson, J.P., who died suddenly at his residence, Glen* leitli Avenue, Geelong West, took place on Thursday morning, in the pre sence of a large* and representative gathering of friends from all parts of the. State. The deceased was very popular and highly esteemed. The cortege consisted of the glass casket hearse, two mourning coaches, a drag containing the members of tlie board" of management of -Scots Church,, and 30 public and private vehicles. Se veral floral emblems were placed on the casket, which was carried to the grave by .Messrs. H., J.,"H., and A. Ferguson (sons),JD. A. Taylor, and W. Moloney (sons-in-law). The pall' was supported by -Messrs. D. McLennan, Duncan White,'H. Walters, J. Martin, W. Hewitt, W; R. Dalton, J. Arnold, F. Keogh, .T. Putland.J. Milbourne, A. Collier, and W. Fraser. r'Rev. A. H. Fletcher, ;of Scots Church, officiated' at the house and .graveside. Mrs H. W^Talbot, o£ Hopetoun, suf fered...

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BRIM SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

" BRIM SPORTS. To-morrow afternoon Brim will be en fete, the occasion being the holding of'the annual sports. There appears to be a healthy revival in the sports this year, as splendid entries have , been leceived, and there is every pro mise of a good afternoon's amusement. A special train will leave Warrack nabeal at 12.40, and' as patrons wiil get back early, .no doubt a large num ber will patronise the gathering. The arrangements for the sports are in cap able" hands, and they should prove a • success. , TELEPHONE SERVICE. • J The trunk telephone service on the , Warracknabeal line, which will give 1 communication with Melbourne, will ; soon he available for public use. Last ( week the connection, between War- , racknabeal and Sheep Hills was com pleted, -While good progress has been made with the line from the south , end. In iWarrackuabeal men employ- ( ed by the department have been at ( work erecting stronger and higher poles, so that the wire's may be rais- ( ed to the prop...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

PERSONAL. Mr. and Mrs. T. King, after an in teresting tour of the old country, havo returned to Victoria, and are at pre sent an a visit to their friends in this district. In their journeyings they visited many places of interest, and the trip was highly beneficial, instruc tive, and enjoyable.     Mr. F. Wood, who was for many years in business here, but who is now settled on a selection near Mildura, has spent a few days among his friends in Warracknabeal, prior to go ing on to Portland for a holiday. He states, that the present season at Mil- dura is one of the best experienced in the history of the settlement. Mr. Wood has one of the largest blocks under culture, and the trees and vines have made rapid growth. The ini tial work of putting the land in or der and planting was a heavy under taking, involving strenuous labor and   considerable expense, but from now   on he expects to be recompensed for   his industry a...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. IMPERSONATION AT ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 March 1914

MEWS OF THE DAY. IMPERSONATION AT. ELECTION. At the Quarter Sessions at Tarn .Worth, iN.S.W., Leslie Arnold, who'had pleaded guilty to impersonation at tlio State Parliamentary election, was' sen tenced to four months';'imprisonment. Judge Hamilton said he would have sentenced liim, to six months, but for the fact that lie. had already under gone a 'certain amount of ->< punish ment. . ■ "; • HAYSTACKS DESTROYED. A destructive fire occurred about four miles out of LubecltAtwo stacks of hay, eoutalningabout 160 tons, be ing completely destroyed. The; hay way the property of Mrs. Sinclair, and, it is believed, was uninsured. . A DISHONEST 'GROOM... ; At the Donald Court a groom named William John Gray pleaded guilty to two charges of larceny. The articles stolen consisted of a ring and £2 in money. The bench sentenced accus ed to three months' on the first charge, md one month on the second. BITTEN BY A SNAKE. Henry McWhirter, aged 16, .of Brimpaen, was on a hunting expe...

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SPORTING NEWS. NOTED JOCKEY DIES. INJURED AT ROSEHILL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

SPORTING NEWS. NOTED JOCKEY DIES. , INJURED AT KOSEHILL. The death of wC H. Smith, the well j known jockey, occurred on Wednes- j day at Auburn, Sydney. Smith was I injured while riding Aurofodina in the Rosehill Cup on Saturday. The acci dent was caused by Gracevale falling and bringing down several other hor ses. Smith had 10 of his ribs brok-jn, and the liver and lungs were'penetra ted. Smith was over 40, and was one of the leading. jockeys in the Com* monwealth. He held a retainer ot £500 a year from Mr. F. Merton, the Sydney owner. He had ridden for ail the leading stables.

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SUCCESSFUL ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

SUCCESSFUL ENTERTAINMENT. In the evening a successful enter* tainment was held, the liall being crowded. Among those who took part was the "Mysterious Aubrey," who gave a clever performance, and proved a great draw.

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BRIM SPORTS. A SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. GOOD FIELDS AND EXCITING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

BRIM SPORTS, A SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. GOOD FIELDS AND EXCITING EVENTS. , Officers.—President, Mr.,A. C. Mul ler; vice-presidents, Messrs. J. B. and A.'L."Kiug; treasurer, Mr. A. L. King; secretary, Mr. G. A. Muller; assistant secretary, Mr. A. L. King; referee, Mr. James Caine; judges, Messrs. T. Free man, W. Burgess, and B.. King; color steward, Mr. H; J. Wurfel; posting re sults, Mr. O. Taylor; protest commit tee, Messrs. A. L. King and W. Can* dy; general committee, "Messrs. H. J. Wurfel, J. Swann, A. C. Muller, W. Baker, J, B. King, G. H. Dixon, A. J2arl, A. L. King, J. J. Marshman, A. Bickers, B. Berlund, T. Hood, Geo. >Marshman, A. W. Hood, H. O. Baker, F. Kovey, and W. P. Lamshed; sheaf tossing* Messrs. A. Bannernian and T. Bur gess; high jump, Messrs. B. Berlund and E. Lambert; boys' race, Messrs. 'P. (Pilkington and G. A. tMuller; putting weight, Mr. A. King; starter, Mr. James Caine; assis tant starter, Mr. N. Kennedy; call steward, Mr. ,J. J. Marsliman; gate keepers, Me...

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MINISTER'S SALARY. INCREASE DECLINED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

- MINISTER'S SALARY; INCREASE DECLINED. Rev. J. Goble, of the Footscray Bap tist Church, refused an offer of in , crease of salary by £1 per week from £250 saying he belonged to the work ing -class community. . . . . . .. '

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MR JUSTICE HIGGINS. RUMORED RETIREMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

MR JUSTICE HIGGIN8.1 RUMORED RETIREMENT. It is rumored freely in.legal circles that Mr. Justice Wiggins' leave of absence is .preparatory to his retire ment on the score of ill-health.

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THE WATERSIDE WORKERS' CASE. MEN REFUSE TO WORK. JUDGE ORDERS INQUIRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

the waterside workers' case. MEN REFUSE TO WORK. JUDGE ORDERS INQUIRIES. Mr. Adams, who is appearing for I the steamship .owners in the" water* side workers' case, informed Judge Higgins that wharf laborers at Strahan ■have refused to work on ground which formed part of plaint. Judge Higgins ordered inquiries to be made, and said lie would-not arbitrate for men who •refused to work.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

ONE WORD IN TIME. Is Better than Two afterwards. A Chance to profit by another's experience. It is a strange thing how pjeople will put away an opportunity nptil too late. It's only little things that go to make up our everyday life. The trouble is we don't pay sufficient at tention to them. Backache is a little thing. Sometimes it comes after hard day's work, or a slight cold. "It will pass off," you say, "it's only the result of over-taxing the back." It isn't the fault of your back, but your kidneys. The exertion of straining has interfered with their-delicate me chanism. You call it backache, but it really is kidney ache. If the kidneys are not relieved, chronic disorders set in, and this is where the "little thing" should not be passed over. This woman has learned to appreciate what delay means :— Mrs. E. Connell late of Scott street, Warracknabeal, and now living at Yarram, says :—"About five years ago I began to get pains in the small of my back. The doctor I went to about it...

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Late Melbourne. (By Wire,—Melbourne Thursday.) A.N.A. CONFERENCE. MOTION BY WARRACKNABEAL BRANCH RULED OUT OF ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

Late Melbourne. (By Wire,—Melbourne Thursday.) A.N.A. CONFERENCE. MOTION BY WARRACKNABEAL BRANCH RUU5D OUT OF'OKDER. T-he A.N.A. conference upheld-the ruling of. the Chief President that the Warracknabeal motion regarding the proposed alteration of the .Constitu tion Act was political, and, therefore, out of order.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

Entertaining an Enemy. Don't entertain a chronic running sore or wounds. Cure it with Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment. Price. t/6 aod-3/. Obtainable overywhere. METHUSELAHS CHONE. No. 15. J. N. WOOLCOTT, Registered Dentist, Scott Street - - - Warracknabeal. Next Door to hla Well Known Pharmacy. May ba Cob eulted Dally. Beulah, Tuesday, March 31st; Nervous Breakdown Mr, P. R. MILES, a well-known Interstate Traveller, REPRESENTING ONE OF THE LARGEST COMMERCIAL FIRMS IN AUSTRALASIA, WRITES A REMARKABLE LETTER TO CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., IN WHICH HE DRAWS THE" PUBLIC ATTENTION TO HIS WONDERFUL RECOVERY TO HEALTH AFTER ALL MEDI CINES FAILED HIM. MR. MILES EMPHATICALLY DECLARES HE CONSIDERS THIS TONIC THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD. BECAUSE HE KNOWS WHAT IT DID FOR HIM AND FOR HIS SYDNEY FRIEND WHO ADVISED HIM TO TAKE IT, AND WHOM IT CURED OF RHEUMATISM AFTER HE HAD BEEN CON- • SIDERED INCURABLE. READ THIS LETTER-IT IS GOOD. - READING FOR THOSE WHO DESIRE TO REGAIN HEALTH. Commercial Travellers* C...

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FEDERAL AFFAIRS. SITUATION DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

FEDERAL AFFAIRS. SITUATION DISCUSSED. (From a Special Correspondent.) There is some wondering in Fe deral political circles. Mr. Fisher has begun his campaign. The Prime Min ister is resting prior to opening a ses sion that will make or break the Li beral Party, and the men behind both are wondering whether their leaders see the end of'the road clearly, or whether they are just stumbling along hoping they are on the right road. Both Mr. Cook and Mr. Fisher are wondering also. The. marked feature of the Federal situation is that nei ther Mr. Cook nor Mr. Fisher are mak ing their situations. They are being made for them. Liberal and Labor parties are inarching in narrow roads from which • neither may escape, and : they lead to the inevitable conflict at the end of this session. PRIME MINISTER'S POSITION. It "is the fortune of war that the Prime Minister must take all the of* fensive steps in the conflict. Judging by'his recent speeches, Mr. Fisher does, not intend to occupy a purely n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

ypTJjNG 'BB.OS., i intimers, Stook and Station Agents, Land, Finance, '*;? and Commlaistbn Agents, ItOKSHAM. NH1LL, HAMILTON AND WARRACKNABEAL. a k nrnccB lit Ararat, Murtoa, Minylp, Nhill, Rupanyup, Dlmboola, nnnold, Torangr Balmoral, ana Goroke; also Woluley, S.A. jcrton, agents FOR:— a ' Lificelles, Limited, Wool and Grain Brokers, stook and |enD>'J- ' Qeeiong and Melbourne. 1"°°'..trallan Mutual Provident Soolety. iM .tHnnal Fire Insurance Co. of New Zealand. KCatB»nMng Co. Limited. . »istralnslan Mutual Live Stook Insurance Soolety Limited. ! linens arrangemen&iwlth all the leading ilrms x>f auctioneers In , Wales and South iAustralla. , ' - 6alea of Horses,;. Cattle, Sheep held at Horsham, Nhill, Hamll- . 5 jnnylp, Warracknabeal, Beulah, Hopetoun, Rupanyup, Donald, u ia' Koniva, Natlmuk, Goroke, Diinkeld, Casterton, Cavendish, Strath WI3< . —i Terang, and Lake Bolac. money to lend at lowest rates. IsoUtli \ lotion « Bjlurtoa, and TO LET Sheep HHIs sple...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

PERSONAL. » . Mr. Noonan, clerk.of courts, la on ■annual leave, and will bo absent from Warracknabeal-for abuot three weeks. One of. the most brilliant and pretty weddings seen In Warracknabeal for some years was that which was cele brated on Wednesday afternoon in •Christ Church, when Miss Rita Wool* cott, only daughter of our esteemed and popular townspeople, Mr. and Mrs. J, N. VVoolcott, was united in matri mony to Mr. A. Stanistreet, of the Sank of New 'South Wales. Tho church was crowded, and the 'cere* mony was an impressive one. Tho wedding was practically a picture in pink. Miss Madge Snow, of Bal* larat, and (Miss Doris Brown, of Ade laide, /were the bridesmaids, and Miss Wanda Woolcottj of Ballarat, tralnbearer, the whole forming a| beautiful*scone in pink. The bride* i groom was supported by Mr. P.' I Stanistreet and Mr. F. .Woolcott The Rev. F. W. Coupe performed the cere* moiiy. Over 300 sat down to -a sumptuous breakfast -at McCombe's' Hall, where the usual toasts were...

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

SOCIAL. A quiet hut pretty wedding was celebrated at the residence of tho bride's parents, "Pine View," Willena brina, on February 10. The contract ing parties were Mr. >H. C. Innes, se cond son of Mr. and Mrs. .D. 13. Innes, Albaoutya, and Miss M. A. Cross, youngest daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. W. Cross, Willenabrfna, the officiating clergyman being .Rev. S. W. Dorman. The bride, who was given away by her father, was charmingly gowned in white silk, trimmed with silk guipuro and insertion, true lovers' knots, and orange blossom, and wore the custom ary wreath and veil, and carried a floral bouquet. The bride was atten ded, by two bridesmaids, Miss McDo nald, cousin of the bridegroom, and Miss Innes, sister of the bridegroom, the fovmer being attired in white silk, trimmed with lace and pearls, the latter in pearl satin,' trimmed with lace and pearls. Eact bridesmaid wore . brooches, gifts of the bridegroom. The bridegroom was supoprted by liia brother, Mr. 'N. A. Innes, and Mr. A. H...

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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

BALLARAT MAKKET. The demand for cattle at the Bal larat Corporation Sale Yards on Tues* day was particularly active, and va lues showed • iv marked advance on those of 'last week. . Prime bullocks realised from £13 to £15, and extra weights sold to £17; ' Best cows, were taken to £10 10/. The best-of the 41 salves penned fetched £5 10/. Sheep were in keen demand, and for best quality higher figures ruled. Prime crossbred wethers realised from 24/ to" 26/, and extra quality to 27/9; prime crossbred ewes from 20/ to 22/, and extra quality, to 25/1; best merino ■wethers from 16/ to. 18/, and extra quality' to 19/5. Prime laipbs were taken ^at from 16/ to 17/, and extra quality to 21/. . Among the sales were the following —101 2-tootli ewes and wethers for Mr. R. 'McCollim, Aubrey, ewes to 20/3, averaging 18/9, wethers to 21/3, averaging 20/7; 67 comeback ewes, | Mr. H. G. Casey, 1-Iopetoun, to 14/9; 57 comeback- ewes Mr. R. Gulliver, Hopetoun, to 14/4; 3 rams, Mr. II. G. Casey, Hopetou...

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POLITICAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

POLITICAL AFFAIRS. Messrs. W. A. Watt, the Premier, W. Hutchinson, Minister for Agriculture, and H. S. Lawson, Minister for 'Lands> this week visited Kerang aud Cohuna, in 'order to inspect the salt-affected areas of the irrigation settlements. They return to Melbourne to-day. Mr. F. Hagelthorn, 'M.L.C., Minister for Public Works, who has been selec ted as the Victorian representative Commissioner at the Panama Exhibi tion, will undertake all the prepara tory work in connection with the Vic torian exhibit, and will attend the , opening of the exhibition. | The new electoral rolls for the Le gislative Assembly will be completed by July 31st. In State political cir cles it is anticipated that the general election will be held about the third week in August. Nothing has yet appeared on the Fe deral statute book to equal in point of complication the Navigation Act. No other Bill was before Parliament for anything like the 10 years taken by the passage of the Navigation Act. This reco...

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