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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914
OBITUARY ■mvo -Tnhn Colbert died ather late fooiden««- ■ "Moonavale," Watchem, on a Tiie deceased lady, who was mucli respected throughout;;.the distri t, had been a sufferer, from Bright's disease, and death camo alter a protracted illness. •■The late Mrs. Colbert; who was ,49. years of ase, was for a- long- time under medical treatment at. St. -Arnaud. .The .fain-, •ily consists, of three sons; and two daughters. Must sympathy Is felt for. the bereaved lmsband and relatives in their bereavement. '' Mr. Frederick. Halley, nephew of Mr. E. Middteton, of Mniyip, died at Dr. Drake's sanatorium' oil Sunday last alter a longthy lUnoss. Deceased was 19 ynsra ot aeo.
ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914
ATHLETIC for some time, apparently, the Com mercial . Bank has been sheltering a couple of-peds. amongst its staff un known to themselveB, in the persona of Wilkinson and Cantwell, who unex pectedly scooped the pool at Brim on Wednesday. - Botli played, a groat game with, the local football team last vyear. . Wilkinson especially put up a fine performance by winning both No vice- and 'Sheffield,... and 'as lie-won the events with the greatesjt ease/ bet ter things may be expected later on. Jle ;lias never been thoroughly tried, and he mas. be the makings ot a good - clans ped. In this unassuming young, athlete . OantweU appears bet ter, over th^ distance, and .it may not be too much to expect them to carry off: a good; double, botyeen-Uiem' some M thGse" u»' Uopft"' thfey will.
COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914
COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. Wheat, 3/5. Flour, 14/3. Bran, I/I14. Pollard, 1/1%. Factory butter,-1/4, Dairy butter, 7d. and 8d. Eggs, lOd. • , " Melbourne Press Quotations:— Factory butter, .1/2. Dairy butter, 8^d. to 9^d. Eggs, 3/. (By Wire.—Melbourne, Thursday.) Wheat, 3/9; oats, milling, 1/10M; feed, 1/9%.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 March 1914
ANNOUNCEMENTS. GOOD CHANCE FOR BUSINESS MAN WITH SMALL CAPITAL. TS OR SALE ! Drapery Business in an excellent Town in the Mai lee. Moderate Stock, at valuation, convenient premises. Low rent Cash trade. Splendid opening for pushing j man. Apply in first instance to— C/o. "Herald" Office, .Warracknabeal. •TRUTH,
RATES OF POSTAGE. COMMONWEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914
RATES OF POSTAGE. COMMONWEALTH. Letters.—For every half ounce, or traction thereof, Id. Letter Cards.—Single, each, Id. Letter Cards.—Reply, each half, Id. Postcards.—Single, id. Postcards.—Reply, each half, Id. Printed Papers, as prescribed, per 1 02. or part o£ 2 oz., %d. Books (printed outside Australia), oz. or part of 4 oz., %d. v Books (printed In Australia), 8 oz. or. part of 8 oz., %d^ ' . Magazines, that is to say (a), Maga zines, Reviews, Serials, and other simi lar publications printed and published in Australia in numbers at intervals not exceeding three months, per 8 oz. or part of S oz., %a. > . . (b) Magazines,. Reviews,. Serials, and other similar publications (includ ing Newspapers) printed and publish ed outside Australia in numbers at: in tervals not exceeding three, months.) per 4 oz. or part of 4 oz.. y.d. "Hansard." that is. reports of Pat^ Hamentary debates: printed and pub lished by the authority-of the Com monwealth or State,.per 12 oz. or part of 12 oz.,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914
Fighting For Breath. [ "My little boy was a martyr to bad colds and coughs," says Mrs. C. War ren, Lake's Creek, Rockliampton, Q. "At times he has been so bad that I have found Iiim fighting for breath. Since I started giving liim Chamber lain's Cough Remedy I do not worry over his. coughs, for I know that a couple of doses , will give him immedi ate relief. Sold by Hutchinson and Co. and J. N. Woolcott. WARNING. 0. PTIOAL QUACKS are very nu merous in tliis country. Tliey travel from bouse, to house preying upon the weak ;.ncl old with promises of marvellous cures of all kinds o£ "eye troubles,", with a patented "fam ous fictitious named.lens." From time to time I have tried to • warn you. Optical "Fakers are in the country every week. Reliable men do not travel from house to faouse. If you get "bit" you have no one to blame tout-yourself. In addition to the swindling done by such grafters, the iiann and injuries they sell cannot'be ' over estimated. The people should consider caref...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914
AUTUMN SEASON, 1914. Craig & Co's COMBINED SHOWINGS, of New Season's Purchases in all Departments, SATURDAY, APRIL 4. Tho prices will bo an interesting feature of this display for we intend making a quick clearance of our First Purchases and go make room for others on the way. It will cost you nothing to look unless you buy, and if you buy it will cost you less than elsewhere. CRAIG. " AND CO., Scott Street.
USEFUL INFORMATION. STANDARD TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914
USEFUL INFORMATION. • STANDARD TIME. By Acts of Parliament which came into torce on 1st February, 1895, the : mean time of the 150th meridian east longtitude (10 hours ahead of London time) was adopted as the standard time of Victoria, New South Wales (Broken Hill excepted), Queensland, and Tasmania. South Australia is .9% hours, .West Australia 8 hours, and New Zealand 11% hours, ahead of London, while New York is 5 hours, and San Francisco 8 hours, behind Lon don. The standard time is 20 minutes in advance of true time at Melbourne, and 31 minutes at Hamilton. ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Victoria.—Ordinary telegraph rates from 1st November, 1902, not exceed ing 16 words (town and suburban, with in prescribed limits, or within 15 miles of sending station), 6d., additional words, Id. each; other places within State (except town and suburban), 30 words, 9d., additional words, Id. ea :h, name and address included. Inter-State Telegrams, not exceeding 16 words, 1/, each additional word. Id. Do...
HOBSON'S CHOICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914
HOBSON'S CHOICE. The phrase "Hobson's choice" first came into use in the seventeenth cen tury, and had its origin in the eccen tricities of one Tobias Hobson. This gentleman was a carrier who'lived in Cambridge, and died in the year 1G30. In addition to his ordinary carrier's business-he kept a stable and let out horses to the studeuts at the univer sity. He made it an unalterable rule, however, that each animal should have-an equal period of" work and rest, and would never let one out of its turn. Consequently, instead of being allowed to select the steed they most fancied, his customers had to take the one that stood .next to the door. If it did not meet with their approval, they had to do without a ride. Hence the proverbial expression, . "Hobson's choice," used to signify a choice with out an alternative. .
WOMEN VIOLENT. COUNCILLORS ATTACKED. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914
WOMEN VIOLENT. COUNCILLORS ATTACKED. LONDON, Saturday. j .-Willie.the Poplar Council was dis cussing whether to lot halls to suf j fragettes last night, a councillor wo« ved that the question bo now put. Suffragettes who were present shou ted "Cowards!" and hurled scores of sbihk-bombs, bags of Hour, and other missiles from the gallery. Wo men tore up the barrier, and engaged in a hand to hand conflict with coun* ciHors, attempting' to use chairs aa weapons, while some produced life preservers. . ♦ The police; were called, but refused to enter on the ground that they were not sufficient in strength. A majority of councillors returned when the disturbance was quelled, but the transaction of business was im possible."
SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914
SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. Almost all metals corrode when left In contact with air for any length of time. This is due to the fact that ' they combine with the oxygen to form new substances, known to the chem ist as oxides. After experimenting with a camera and birds of many kinds, M. Geraud, of Paris, concludes, that, domestic fowls have a language adapted not only to expressing' 'ill the emotions of whicU chickens are capable, but that they communicate intelligence of interest to one another. An important discovery; is reportd from Calumet, Michigan. A black smith, after five years' experimenting, has achieved; the welding of copper ' and.steel. Samples of the welded ma terials put on the lathes in the Calu met and. Hecla^shops are said to have gained the good opinion': of' the ex perts. .. Some idea , of the enormous amount of labor "required to; extract radio-ac tive substances from- their ores: may • be'~ gained 'when it Is considered that,' to obtain two milligrammes" of sub-*, st...
MANSION BURNT. WAS OFFERED AS HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914
mansion burnt. OFFERED .A&lt;3 HOSPITAL.-;. Major-General Sir Hugh MeCal : mont's mansion, Abbeylands, White Abbey, Antrim, was burned down. The grounds have been used by Ul ster volunteers for .drilling, and the' mansion- had been .offered as. a,hospi tal in the event of'hostilities. ■ ■ ■ The authorities blame: th.e : .suffra PRttes,»'In vviewof their recent declara tion of war against Sir Edward: Car son, the leader 'of the •.Tftetermsn.* .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914
- Honestly Recommended. ""To fcnyme Buffering from diarrhoea j ffoan-fhonestly; recommend ..Ohamljer-] Iain's Colic and .Diarrhoea Remedy i as being the most i'satlslactory: re-, medv on the 'market,'V.writes,Mr.\ C. C. i Hooper, Wakefield, N.Z. I have tried ' all sorts- of medicines,' but have found I nothing equal to; Cliainhftrlain's Colio I and Diarrhoea Remedy." Sold hy. Hut: I ofc£nson anfl Go. and J. N. iWooloott.;
DANGERS OF CRISIS. SWIFT TERMINATION DESIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914
DANGERS OF CRISIS. »W*FT TERMINATION DEalRED. Discussing in a leading - article the j attitude' of the army, "The , Times" | says — I '-Not for the: sake of Ulster or of party, but for the sake of the Kingj and the Empire, we trust that tliero 1 ■will' be; &• swift termination to the crisis, which, if continued much lon ger, must seriously affoci uie moiaie and traditional aloofness irom punuua of both the .great lighting serv ibBd. •
A REMARKABLE BANK-NOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914
| A REMARKABLE BANK-NOTE. | It was no "banking" corporation, «, but an artist, that Issued what was i perhaps the most. remarkable bank ' note ever put out, and this artist was no other than George Cruikshank. I The issuance of this note was coinci- 1 dent with the beginning of the last . century, at the time when the penal- ! ties for .crime in England were ex cessively harsh. About 300 offences , were punishable by death, these rang ing,from murder and theft of a piece of cloth,'or the passing of a counter- . felt, one pound note. Hanging was I then so common that to witness an execution was among the most popu lar forms of amusement. All win- | dows that commanded views of New gate or Tyburn were let at high prices, and parties were made up among people in the country to go and see a hanging. • Now it chanced one day in the year 1818, that George Cruikshank was passing Newgate when a great crowd was gathered before it. His curiosity ; was excited, and he went forward and saw the ...
TROOPS AND ULSTER. LORD ROBERTS AND THE KING. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914
TROOPS AND ULSTER. LORD ROBERTS AND THE KING. | LONDON, Saturday. I . Pield-Marslial Lord Roberts nas ta ken the most extreme- step to mark his objections to troops being_compel led to serve against Ulster. . When lie learnt of; the .Ministry's plan lie wrote. a letter to the'King say ing that greatly as he prized the lion-: ors and orders bestowed upon him by His Sovereign,-he would be compelled if the army: occupied. Ulster, to ret^n them" to the King, together witli his Field-Marshal's baton.
RESIGNATION OF ARMY HEADS. POLICY OF AGGRESSION DISCLAIMED. NEW ARMY ORDER LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914
RESIGNATION OF ARMY HEADS. STATEMENT BY MH. ASQUITH. POLICY OF AGGRESSION DISCLAIMED. NEW ARMY ORDER LONDON, Saturday. , Public excitement over the Irish question was maintained at a high level by the events'of-yesterday, which closed with a statement by Mr. A* quitli, the Prime Minister, to the House of Commons, in which he dis claimed any policy of armed aggres sion in Ulster. The Cabinet sat nearly all day, and Field-Marshal Sir John French, Chief of the General Staff, and Lieutenant General Sir J. S. Ewart, Adjutant? Genera], who have tendered their re signations, were, present for some, time. When the House of Commons met at uoon no 'Ministers were pre sent, and when it was announced by Mr. J. W. Gulland, a junior Lord of the Treasury, that a statement would not be made until 5 o'clock, the situa tion was discussed in the lobbies with much excitement. At 5 o'clock Mr. Asquitli announced that Sir John French and General Ewart. wished to resign,-not'because of any difference betw...
IMPROVEMENT IN THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914
IMPROVEMENT IN THE ARMY. The Army has changed almost be yond recognition during these past 30 years. Drinking is a dying vice; the careful officer of to-day is puzzled, we ..believe, chiefly how to prevent his young soldiers from injuring their health by smoking bad cigarettes and eating too many sweets! Mr. Blatch ford admits that the last time he examined troops closely he did not see a single "canteen face." And the val ue of the soldier's life for turning out men is higher than ever it was. Mr. Blatcbford, in his new book, "My Life la the Army," says of his own time:— 4,Th« change wrought by the Army life among the recruits was astonish ing. In four fconths lonls uecame sol diers; boys were transformed into' men. In June there tramped through the Parkhurst gate a mob of pale faced, weedy ragamuffins. In Septem ber those ragamuffins with-town stoop and the town slouch had become clean, well-groomed, alert, upstanding young eoldiors, with bronzed faces, muscu lar limbs, and bright...
CABLE NEWS. "HERALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. (PER REUTER.) CRISIS IN ULSTER. FIELD-MARSHALL FRENCH RESIGNS. OFFICERS STILL REFUSE TO FIGHT ULSTER. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914
CABLE NEWS. "HERALD" .SPECIAL SERVICE. (PER REUTER.) CRISIS IN'ULSTER. FIELD-MARSHALL FRENCH RE SIGNS. OFFICERS STILL : REFUSE • TO FIGHT ULSTER. LONDON, Friday. There would seem to be 110 end to the complexities and difficulties .be setting the Irish question. A con ferenco lasting for one and three quarter hours took place at the War Office between a dozen generals in high command, and Field-Marshall Sh John French and Lieut-General •Ewavt, first and second members of the Army Council. As a result of the conference it was reported lh:it both these of!icers had resigned. Mr, Asquith had a lengthy confer ence with the King at Buckingham Palace, but the result of this has not transpired. At question time in'the.'Commons, Mr. Hall protested against the Minis ters making provocative speeches in the provinces. Admiral Lord Charles Beresford asked if the navy had got a similar guarantee as had the army, that they would not be used against Ulster. Mr. Winston Churchill, .First Lord of the...