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

W. H. JAHE8' No. 2 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. . j Special Values in CALICOES. Special Values In UNDERCLOTHING. W. H. J's. - - No. i 5TQRE. 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 has earned the reputation of being right Up To-Date, both as. regards to 'Style and (Finish. ' Place Tour Order for your EASTER SUIT now. '.'Where Everything is Best by Actual Test." d. Twyfords Builder and" Contractor^; ■ The " Mallee " Joinery Works, Wooleott Street, Builds to suit your requirements In any part of the District, Door...

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

THE Pioneer . ESTABLISHED 1888,

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FEDERAL POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

FEDEBALi POLITICS. SPEECH BY SENATOR McCOLL. At a gathering at Maryborough, un der the auspices of the People's Li beral Party, 'Senator J. H. McColl, a member. of the. Federal Government, was present, and delivered an inter esting address. ' A -..Senator McColl, who had an enthu siastic reception, said the way affairs were trending, had given rise to ii general feeling of dissatisfaction. Al though we had been blessed with 10 unprecedented seasons, the cost of living was higher, and industrial un rest was more persistent. The very foundations of prosperity were being threatened—the- soil on the one hand, and, on the other, instead of having a people working harmoniously and co operating one with the other, class was being set against class,, each re garding the other as a hated enemy. The truth of the old adage, "A house divided against itself cannot stand,' was never more apparent. In the States where Labor Governments were ruling there was almost'.disaster, and, unless checked, m...

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BRIDGE AT BEULAH. REQUEST FOR GRANT. HIGHER RATING OR INCREASED TAXATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

BRIDGE AT BEULAH. REQUEST FOR GRANT. HIGHER RATING OR INCREASED TAXATION. A deputation," which consisted of Messrs. C,.Marshman, president of the"' Karkarooc Shire, William Cust. anti J. H. Tonkin (shire engineer) was intro duced to the Minister of Public Works by Mr. W. Hutchinson, Minister for Agriculture, on Tuesday. . The depu tation asked for a grant of £300 in order that a new bridge might be built across the Yavviambiac Creek, north of Beulah, Yhe Minister at first said he had no money, but a little later discovered that there was £50, which he an nounced he would add to the shire's road grant of £100. The request would also be referred to the Main! Roads 'Board. Mr. Hageltliorn soft \ tened the blow by saying that he re-i cognised the good work that the mal-1 lea shires , were doing. They were en* titled to the generous consideration of the Government. However, the day of 1/ and 1/6 rates, even with fair valua tions, was passed. " Rates would have to be raised, and valuation...

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EDUCATIONAL CONGRESS. IMPORTANT MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

EDUCATIONAL CONGRESS. IMPORTANT MATTERS. The Ararat and District Educational Conference was held at the Town Hall, Ararat, ort Saturday last. The congress proved highly successful, and was attended by a large number of interested people from the town and surrounding districts. Resolutions.were as follows That in the opinion of this conference the time has arrived for the establishment | of compulsory evening classes in Ara-j rat, and that a copy of this resolu tion be forwarded to the Minister for Public Instruction, with an earnest re quest that he would take the neces sary steps in tlvat direction." "That it is desirable that arrangements be made for the establishment of a , joint Ararat and Stawell branch of tli© University Extension league, and that the various bodies represented at this conference be asked to bring the mat ter under the notice of their respec tive organisations, with a view to se curing as full a membership as pos sible, and that the organising com mittee of th...

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MEN ESCAPE FLOOD SPEND A WEEK IN TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

MEN ESC APE FLOOD SPEND A WEEK IN TREES. Disastrous floods occurred recently in. the West Kiinberley district, West, Australia, and white men and natives' were in-great peril. S^ome were it*-j prisoned in trees for a week by the j raging waters, and nearly starved. ! Numbers of slieep and cattle were drowned. The manager of a station, situated 150 miles inland from iDerby, on the Fitzroy-River,. in a letter, gives a description of flood scenes/ ' , "We have just-emerged from a most: terrible flood," he writes,., "and the losses in stock are very heavy. Horses and working bullocks: .were swept -20 miles down in the flood, and we are only now; beginning to get; them, back; It,was pitiable to see the hundreds of I cattle carried-away in the miles! of. j water., I had three men isolated, and | up- in trees, .for nearly a week. -Many. I natives also were caught.in. tlve'rush of . waters and -held up in trees for more than a week-^untii we were, able to get our boat. from the river, when ...

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LAND SETTLEMENT. DISCUSSION AT A.N.A. CONFERENCE. MOTION BY WARRACKNABEAL BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

LAND SETTLEMENT. DISCUSSION AT A.N.A. CONFER ENCE. MOTION -BY WARRACKNABEAr, BRANCH. At the A.N.A. conference 011 Mon day, -Mr. A. L. Bussau (Warrackna* benl) moved that Parliament be asked I to grant greater facilities to suitable persons; to select Crown land, in or der to prevent the exodus of settlers from Victoria. Closer settlement hod been a ghastly failure, he said. Crown land was lying idle which could be made available. Parliament was too sleepy, and wanted a nightmare or something to wake it up. Mr. R. F. Toutcher, M.L.A. (Moy ston) seconded the motion, and stated that more activity on the part of the present Government could ,be desired. Mr.,J. Balfour OMiddle Park) protes ted against- the accusation of Govern ment inactivity, and -Mr. W. P. Little (Casterton) took exception to the as* sertion that Closer ' Settlement had been a failure. Voices—It'has been a failure. Mr. W. F. M'Namara,' a Director and an officer of the Lands Depart ment, said that the Government was act...

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OLD MAN TORTURED. PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

OM) ALVN T015TUKVVD. PARIS, Til .Massed bandits roasted an oMman'o. feet at Charleroi, in- order to compel him to disclose a supposed hoard :-of gold, which really did not exist. ■ miscreants then set fir© to the i tortured maa'e house.

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

Honestly Recommended. ■ "To cnyne suffering from.diirrhoea - can honestly recommend Chamber lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy as being the most satisfactory re medy on the market," writes Mr. 0. C. Hooper, Wakefield, N.Z. I have tried all sorts of medicines, but have , found nothing equal to Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy." Sold by Hut chinson and Co. and J. N. Woolcott. •ALMOST BUND. SPOTS BEFORE THE EYES CAUSED BY LIVER DISORDERS. • i "Without"Dr.- Morse's"Indian Root| PiJis I don't know what would, become i of me," Writes Mr. Tom Holt, of 65j Scaniev St., Sydney, N.S.W. "For a number of,years I; have suffered with a sluggish Liver, j which produced. constipation- "to • such an extent that sometimes I have . gone for days . withbui a movement of the bowels—Spots ap peared floating be „ ...... fore my eyes, and Mr.- TomHolt. ' 1t almost went From a t>hoio. : - blind, . and got so bad that?I went to the Bjospitaljis an outdoor .-^patient.;They treated me for -; my: eyes...

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

AUCTION SALES. Messrs. Young Bros, report-Wo had a small yarding of all classes ol stock at our Horsham yards on Satur day last, March 21. About 1000 sheep sold well. Crossbred ewes, 15/9; me »rino wethers, 13/10; merino weanors, 11/6; crossbred weaners, 12/11 and 13/1; cows, £5, £3 IS/, £3 10/ draught mares, £50, £26 10/, £2d, £20, £27 10/, and lower values.- On Monday, March 16, account Jan^es! Yates, Polkenimet, k large attendance -of buyers mustered at the clearh\3 sale conducted there. Reaper and binder made £15.15/; scarifier, £11 2/6; plough, £17; hay, £35; merino • wethers, 14/7; merino ewes, 12/6. On Tuesday, March 17. account J. Hobbs, •Willaura, stock and plant sold wcli Thirteen horses made good values. On Tuesday, March 17, account F. W. Schultze, .Glenlee, 40 horses, ?00 sheep, 10 cattle, and plant were in good demand, and realised close on £1600. Horses made £27 10/; ewes, 12/7 and 14/3; cattle, £5 10/ to £7; waggon, £45; buggy, £30; treader, £32; reaper and binder,. ...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. EXETER RAILWAY COLLISION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

! NEWS OF THE DAY. EXETER RAILWAY COLLISION. The jury at the inquest on the T)Od-' ies of the victims of the Exeter rail way collision, found that the (loath of the victims was due to injuries re ceived in the collision, which was caused by Driver Invin, of the mail train, overrunning the home signal, which was at danger, and that in do ing so iie failed to carry out Regula tion 107 for the safe working of the railways. The jury also considered that It would be safer, in the inter ests of the travelling public, if loop lines were lengthened to accommo' date any train, or that refuge sidings were made at either end. It further considered that more precautions should be taken In foggy weather to ensure the safety of the public. LEAP FROM WINDOW. 'His escape from fire cut off by the flames, an assistant employed in a shop in.Swan Hill jumped from an up stairs window to the street, a distance of 20 feet, and escaped with a sprain ed ankle. The dire broke out in the fruit shop of Mr. S. ...

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BEULAH. VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

BEULAH. (Prom our Correspondent.) •VALEDICTORY. A pleasant little amotion took place at .the end of last, .week, prior to the departure of Mrs/ J. McICenzie from Beulah— The' lady, members of the; Goll Club , gathered , at the residence, of Sirs. A'.- E. Thomas" for the purpose of saying "good-bye to Mrs. McKen. zie. Games of tennis were indulged in during the afternoon, and afternoon, tea was served. The guest of tie afternoon was made the recipient of a handsome leather handbag as a token of the esteem in which she is held by her lady. friends. Mrs. Thomas, wio mado the presentation, spoke a few words appropriate to the occasion. SICKNESS PREVALENT. Sickness is, prevalent in the torn ship at present. Mr. Trevenan, post' master, has, had to.relinquish duty for", a time on this account. Mr. McKen' zie, of'Ballarat, .' is relieving in his place.' Mr. Sees, -stattonmaster, . Is also away on sick leave. Mr. Wil liams, o£ the. relieving, staff, is filllns, his ; position. ; Constable Ki...

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

The Adelaide Bargain Company's f HUGE SALE OF. GJJNW.8 STOCK AND ' NEW -GOODS CLOSES IN THREE WEEKS. CLOSES IN THREE WEEKS. Everything has to bo Cleared in Three Weeks' Time. NO REASONABLE OFF Jilt REFUSED. Come Early- While This Great Chance is Yours. 1 We Close Up in Three Weeks. ABC THE ADELAIDE BARGAIN COMPANY (late Gunn's), I ! ABC Scott Street, Warracknafoeal. 3

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BOHEMIAN DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

BOHEMIAN DRAMATIC COMPANY.! The abovenamed popular dramatic combination will make its appearance in -Warracknabeal after, an absence of four years, for a short season, on Wednesday night .nexi, the 1st April, when they-win pvo'dncc here, for the first; time, the sensational, romantic, and humorous cowboy and Indian dra ma, "A Cowboy's Wouor," and every night during their stay here there will be .a change of programme. "A Cow. boy's Honor" is a drama full of sensa tional happenings and exciting situa tiozis, .carrying'a beautiful love story, .and abounding in comedy of a most mirth-provoking description, and is well suited to the tastes of all classes of playgoers, the heart interest en chaining the attention of the audi, once "'from the rise to the fall of the curtain. This clever company estab lished themselves as warm favorites omthc occasion of their first visit four years ago, and no doubt they will re ceive the same generous measure of support as they did on that occasion. The ...

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KELLALAC SOUTH. SHORTAGE OF WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

"* KELLALAC SOUTH. (From our Correspondent.) I SHORTAGE OP WATJ3K. The weather during the last month or two has been very trying, and rain is now wanted, many farmers having to drive their stock to water. Amongst them are farmers Who have a Govern ment. channel running through theii block^vbut owing to the long-delayed scheme of providing them with water, on the part of the administration, their (Jains are mostly all dry. ABSENCE OF FIRES. There is one thing the Wimmera dis trict can generally boast of,' and that is the absence of bush fires, and the farmers in the said district ought to consider themselves lucky that they are not placed in the position of some of the unfortunate farmers of other parts of the 'State. ' SEEDING COMMENCED. i Many of the farmers of this district: are beginning seeding operations, and if rain does not come shortly, things will begin to look a. trifle serious. TELEPHONE LINE. The members of the Kellalac Tele phone League have been working very busily of ...

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PRISONER IN THE AIR. NEW YORK, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

PRISONER IN THE AIR. JEW. YORK. Tuesday. Using a waterplaae belonging to Mr. J. D., Uochefeller's nephew, a Florida detective' chased: a negro, accused of in- jewellery theft, .who wan aboard a steamer, and captured him. : 'The?^etectlve fastened the negro to vtli6 machine, and .flew with lUnv to the nearest prison.

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INDIGESTION. CAN IT BE BANISHED? [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 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 tit for work, less able to keep pace with'their competitors, be cause indigestion is sapping their ener gies and clogging their minds? Havei 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 taming 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 theYvim of the health...

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SENATE ELECTIONS. LIBERAL CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

SENATE ELECTIONS. g LIBERAL CANDIDATES. -A joint meeting",of the P®0- a Liberal Party, the' People's PartjV ,■ the Australian Women's sat League was. = held in Melbourne • Tuesday to- receives the final. n°™. < tions for the :ballot'atwhichare' ., elected the six Liberal-, candid®'0 . the. Senate shoulda, double.,,1ai . . Hon bo granted. The complete ™l ■ ai follows H. N. Cnrrlngton, ■ Hume Coolc, C. G. Duffy, wm-J1,.. gar,. A; iGlenero3S,.-Tho.s.,41°r- . SamueL Maugerj,-A. :Cr.;Mor'e^,wi|in,-•• tor M'Coll, Wm. .T. McLean, N. o »>' v ,T. T. Packer, F. M. Robb, A. J,„" ,, | Ledger, W. • A;. Trenwith, . S'?, r,j v i;; Weedon, and William Wilson-. Tho ballot is to bo taken W{■ > -18th April and -30tli'April, dinary, method .of .voting,;, a? ? the Senate, is to, 'VM*' means that the six -,candidates . receive 1;ho Mchost number ot I will bo olsotod. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 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, taking Cham berlain's Tablets -regularly for a fort night I found I was-greatly: benefited/1 and am now, completely restored to health, My. father,- lyho" is .79,-is, an. invalid, and is -troubled with oonstl-1 pation, .'but has obtained the greatest : benefit sirom-.- .Chamberlain's; Tablets.' Rather, than use :uiy other medicine,.: we . have of tea- sent Into: Braid wood,"; tliat is 20 miles away, for Chamber lain's Tablets. Sold by Hutchinson ind Co. and' J. N. \YooIc6tt. ' *' -

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PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914

PROPERTY SALES. Messrs. Mitchell Bros, and White report a good demand for farming pro perties, having sold the following dur ing the past fortnight, and have a number of others under inspection by outside buyers. Sales-have been effec ted as follows :—Account of "\V. P.. Vivian, 782 acres, to Mr. J. A.' Pun* chaTd, at a satisfactory -price; account of Messrs. Peuker Bros., 640 acres at Longerenong, to Mr. August Addler: account of James Williams, Banyena, 530 acres to Mr. 'Sam King, and ac count of same vendor, 285 acres, to Air. S. Lang; account of Mr. Thomas Pearce, his property at Callawadda, containing 320'acres, to Mr.' E. Vi vian; account of Mr. George Brunei!, 320 acres of freehold land at "VVatta Wella, to Mr. George -Holden; account of Mrs. Hunter, Stawell, house and land to Mr. R. Gullan;, ac count of Mr. W. H. Mitchell, Stawell, house and land, to Mr. John ftlcLeod; on account of the "executors of the late-. W. J .Pearce, 319 acres , of land in the parish of Ledcourt, to ...

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