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LATE SPORTING. (By Wire.—Melbourne Monday.) [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
LATE SPORTING. (By Wire.—Melbourne Monday.) Bracken's explanation respecting liis riding of Loch Amos on Boxing Day was accepted, and his disquali fication removed. Barney Thompson, a well known bookmaker, and the biggest turf ^com mission agent' in England, Is revisit ing Melbourne. He insists that horses of tho Richmond, Don Juan, and Das worth class were equal to anything in England. Mr. Pharez Phillips has bought Wldden, -the hurdleraeer. Mr. Phil Ilp» leaves for England In March. Mr. A. T.Creswlck bought Safrano for 300 guineas.
DUEL DECLINED. M. VEDRINES IRONICAL. CAIRO, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
DUEL DECLINED. M. VEDRINES IRONICAL. CAIRO, Saturday*. Festivities organised at Cairo in honor of Jules Vedrines, the - famous airman, have, been cancelled, because he has .refused to accept a challenge to a duel with an airman naiued Roux, who. asserts that Vedrines slapped his face: at, Hellopolis. > -Vedrines,-when asked..?why.. ho had .declined, replied, ironically, "Because I?.haven't enough courage to .fight him."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 9 January 1914
Two Doses Give Relief. "I am subject to bowel troubles whlcU cause paiu and inconvenience," writes Mr. Alfred Wane, 186 Auburn Iload, Auburn, V(c., "but two doses of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy give. Immediate relief. I am pleased to know tliere Is sucli a safe and certain remedy as Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy; and ai rways keep a; bottle handy." Sold by Hutchinson; and Co. and J. N. W661 Icott. ■■
BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 9 January 1914
BAILARAT MARKET. At the Ballarat market on Tuesday prices were higher than was the case at the last market in last year. For cattle competitipn. was brisk. and values advanced on late rates, more especially for 'best quality. Prime bullocks brought form £12 to £13/ 12/G, and good from '.£9/.10. to ■ £11. Prime crossbred wethers realised from 18/ to lit/, and extra, quality from 20/ to 21/3; prime crossbred ewes, from 16/ to 17/, and extra qual ity to 17/9; with best menino wotliera from 14/ to 15/. There was a strong demand for lambs, and values showed a matedal advance on late' rates. Prime sold at from 17/ to IS/, and extra: quality from 18/6 to 19/0, with extra prime'; shorn lambs to 15/.
WIRTH'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 9 January 1914
WIRTH'S CIRCU8. There will be a groat attraction in Warracknabeal this evening . when .Wirth's Circus, will make Its re-ap pearance In the town. The show U one of the greatest of its "kind to be seen in 'Australia. Besides a largo menagerie, the pel-formers consist of some remarkable clever artists, drawn from all parts of the world. Anions the number is the Darei-devil Des perado, ah audacious aerial athlete, who will defy danger by leaping head foremost froih a:helght of S7ft., alight-, ing on a concave platform of solid wood upon his chest and hands. Others who will take, part are perform ers of ihefirst ranfe'tn their respective departments. Exhibitions will, also be glvch by wonderfully trained ani mals. , As it Is some'lime since a nir cus visited Warracknabeal, it is safe to predict that the show will be well .patronised. ■ .
MELBA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 9 January 1914
MELBA PICTURES. At the above theatre on Wednesday night the selection .of pictures screen ed was one of the best presented for some time past. The star drama wa» one in whlich there were ;some inte resting situations! besides some won* derfully, arranged scenes,, notably a sunset scene on the sea,, arid also tho flitting to and fro of myriads of lan terns, at a lonely house in the desert Tho story unfolded was one of a wealthy millionaire who engaged a guide to escort him across a desert, but he found this led Mm into serious difficulties. The guide when .on . Ms way to join the party fell ill aiid. was taken to an inn, when some outlaws went through his pockets and found the letter engaging him, so decided to . substitute someone to enable them to rob the convoy. The mil lionaire will not reveal what is In the boxes, and the guide believing, it is gold, arranges that he shall divide the convoy and so enable the outlaws to rob the party. He is successful in this and the millionaire ...
ENTERTAINMENTS. STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 9 January 1914
ENTERTAINMENTS STAR PICTURES. The splendid programme of pictures being screened at. the above theatre continue to instruct, amuse and enter tain large audiences. On Wednesday evening a fine variety of subject* was much enjoyed. * "His Father's Deputy" was a striking Western Urania of a sensational character and met winth general approval. Another powerful drama, which made a deep ■Impression, was ".Let no Alan put Asunder. It was admirably portrayed and -well staged. "The Accusing Hand," a stirring detective play, gripped the attention of the specta tors.-/A beautiful scenic film.-taken-in France, called forth frequent out bursts of applause. Other fine sub jects were much appreciated. "The Fate of Elizabeth" was a good comedy drama and -was much enjoyed. The humorous subjects caused roars of laughter, particularly "To Reno and [Baclc." 'Delightful music, was ren dered by the. Star Symphony Or chestra, under the leadership of Mr. Bert. Taylor.
COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 9 January 1914
COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. Wheat, 3/2V4. Flour, 13/6. Bran, 1/. Pollard, 1/0& Factory butter, 1/2. Dairy butter, 8d. Eggs, 7d. Melbourne Press Quotations:— i Factory butter, 1/. ! Dairy butler, Sci. to aV'd. | hsks, sy2&lt;t. i (By Wire.—Melbourne Thursday.) j Wheat, -/?; oats, milling 1/3Lv,; j feed, 1/8%.
OUTLOOK FOR LIBERALISM. WARNING AGAINST APATHY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 9 January 1914
J OUTLOOK FOR LIBERALISM. WARNING AGAINST APATHY. Tho outlook for Liberalism at the commencement of Ute now year oc casional no serious misgiving In virile Liberals, who believe h\ '• themselves and their cause. It is true, perhaps, never move -^o, that tliore are exceed ing strenuous times immediately ahead. The succession of highly pros perous years has quickened the in stinct to spring forward; to press on with shaping the national \futu~o, almost to the point of recklessness The old quip has it that it was only when the devil was sick that the devil a monk "would he. And so it is In point of fact with communities in the day of prosperity. They take then destlnv In both hands and spring for ward, risking the while those errors that may accompany experiment and which may he rectified before their consequences are grave or abiding. The \deniand is for leadership ; for statesmen capable of interpreting the popular desire, of outlining it in a definite progressive policy, and ot educ...
JAPAN'S INTENTIONS. TRADE EXTENSION DESIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 9 January 1914
JAPAN'S INTENTIONS. TRADE EXTENSION DESIRED. Mr/ Seizaburo Shimizu, the new Consul-General lor Japan in Australia, arrived by the steamer Kumano tMaru at Sydney- on Monday. Ho has had au extensive consular experience, his previous appointments including conciliates at Honolulu, Hong Kong, Vancouver and Chicago. His last posi tion was Consul-General at Ottawa. He laughed at the suggestion thai Japan was waiting to swoop down on Australia, and declared that the feel* ing towards Australia was entirely friendly. Japan's population was in creasing, and with other countries she required territory for her. surplus population; but there was a large island, Hokando, and Korea avail* able.' The Japanese, he said, desired an extension of trade relations with Aus tralia, and prospects in that regard were excellent. Children In the schools were taught a good deal about Australia, but no more and no ( less than about other countries. Aus tralia's restrictive legislation was re cognised as the bu...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 9 January 1914
FUNERAL NOTICE. m he FRIENDS of Mr. and Mrs. J Loclnvood are respectfully invi ted 10 follow the remains of tlieir late beloved son, -Bingham Wvnter, to the place of interment, the "VVarracknabeal Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to move from Mr. Lockwood'g resi dence, Anderson street, at 2.30 o'clock THIS DAY, January DtJi, 1914. T. E. GARDINER, Undertaker.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 9 January 1914
it Never Fails. "For years we have been using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," says Mr. Herbert H. Woodhead, Wentworth, N.S.W. "We have six children am? never use anything else for the treat ment of. coughs, colds, and bronchial complaints. • I confidently recommend Chamberlain's Cou^b Kemedy t.a everyone, move especially to parents, who like myself have young children's health to safeguard. It never fails to give relief -.in cases. Sold by Hutchinson and Co. and J. N. Wool* cott. l40V. U. Minister of the CONGREGATIONAL MISSION CHURCH, fit2roy, Melbourne. Sends his opinion of " I was recommended to try Clements Tonic. I was completely run down, suffered from nervous prostration, with insomnia and severe headaches. I had spent much money on medicines to no purpose. " One bottle put me right and was worth its weight in gold " I recommend this medi cine strongly. ( Signed) JOHN HOSKING." The Rev. J. HOSKING. D.D.. is Vnown as an earnest church worker, ami Uis testimony lo CLEMENTSTON1C ••a...
The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 9th, 1914. HARVEST SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 9 January 1914
!€1)e i * j THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. "'UET.ISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND I FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH | SUPPLEMENT. ! FRIDAY, JANUARY 9th, 1914. HARVEST -SEASON. j Wheat is now being delivered at J Warracknabeal and at railway sta« I tions along this line in record quanti* ties. Taken as a whole the yield in this part of the State has been very satisfactory. In some mparts a great deal of damage was done by gales. Rust and deadheads in crops also helped to reduce returns. In the Boo* lite district (says the "Guardian"), the average yield is estimated at from 12 to 16 'bushels per acre. A crop on the property of Mr. R. Davis which was expected to yield 10 bags to the acre, was so badly damaged by a storm that off SO acres only 180 baps were obtained. Messrs. Jenzen Bros, have taken off 135 acres, which averaged four bags, but would have . returned six bags only for the storm. j The crops around Carron have strip ! ped well. The average is put down at | between 14 and 15 bushels p...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 9 January 1914
OBITUARY. The many -friends of Mr. and Mrs. j F. B. Lockwood, of Anderson street,! will regret to learn of the death of I theiT .infant son, Bingham Wynter, f which occurred at Nurse iBurge3s' hos- \ pital on Wednesday night. An acute: attack of diarrhoea was the cause of; death. The child was over 12 months old, and was a remarkably bright boy. Everything possible was done to save the child's life, but without avaSl. The deepest sympathy will bo felt for >Mr. and /Mrs. Lockwood in their sad# and sore bereavement The funeral will take place this afternoon, being apopin-ted to move from Mr. •Ixjckwood's residence at 2.3D. The funeral of the late Mr. Thomas Griffiths took place on Tuesday last, and was largely attended. Rev. T. Alday officiated at the grave. The coffin-bearers were Messrs. G. Lane, T. Vkr. Palmer, J. Peters, C. Peters, J. Reed, and J. &lt;McIntyre, and the pall bearers Messrs. W. Reed, T. Donohue, X "W. Gould, E. Robinson, W. Lemon, D. Randall, P. Rodda, an...