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AN ADVENTURE IN SEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

AN ADVENTURE IN SEVILLE. By Max Pemberton.; . "Whether this be a true story or merely a picturesque lie, I know 110 more than the dead. It was told to me | in a Paris hotel by one of the greatest, journalists of this or any time. He uuiv have read it in a book and forgot ten it. He may have drawn it from his wonderful store, the creations of his own brain. But it is yet possible —and recent events in Spain would seem to support the assertion that there is a substratum of truth lying beneath it all, and that neither the ac tors nor the scene are imagined. . An American painter entered the f great cathedral at Seville to make a j copv of one of Murillo's masterpieces/ | He'painted in a side, chapel, working } from the early hours to dusk, and de sisting only when the vergers were I »bout" to shut the gates. ! Tradition had told this man that 1 bloodhounds guarded fie cathedral by [ night; but he scoffcd at the ancient. | story, and would have none of it. j i One night, however, the fa...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

Take No Other. . "For nine years I suffered with a ' liver disorder and tried numerous me-1 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, and am now completely > restored: to health. My father, who is' 79, is an invalid, and is troubled with, consti pation, but has obtained the'greatest benefit -from . Chamberlain's; Tablets: Rather than use .any'other: .medicine,, we have: often sent- into Braidwood,. that is 20 miles away, .for Chamber-: Iain's. Tablets. Sold by Hutchinson and Co. and J. N. Woolcott.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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CORNS IN HORSES' FEET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

C">RNS IN HORSES' FEET. Horses with flat feet and low heels are liable to have corns (says "Vet.," in the "Practical Farmer"). A corn mostly forms in the inner angle of the heel between the wall and the bars, and in some few instances corns form in the same situation at the outside of the heel. A corn may be described as a bruise, which is produced on that part of the heel situated between the bar and the wall crust. The bruise is caused by the pressure of the shoe on that part, and is especially liable to occur when the heels have been cut down too much and the sole above the heels too extensively pared away. By doing as described, the horse's weight ia thrown more on his heels than it ought to be, and they are less able-to resist pressure on account of the extensive removal of the horn. Uneven setting of the shoe is also a cause of corn, and this may act as a cause where the horn has also been excessively cut away. The shoe, by pressing on the sole, bruises the sensitive tissue...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. SERVICES AT AUBREY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. SERVICES AT AUBREY. The. harvest thanksgiving services of ..the Aubrey Presbyterian Church were held on -Sunday, March 22nd, morning and evening, the preacher Toeing the missionary in Charge, Mr. ■F. G. SouthaU.' In the" evening the speaker' based •liis- remarks - on Psalrii 65—11, "Thou crqwnest the year with Th> goodness/' -Mr. ".SouthaU began •by explaining the circumstances sur. rounding the writing and the causes of this joyiful psalm of thanksgiving, He. then outlined our obligations to God, the giver of all, by showing that although we might till the soil and sow :he seed, we could not reap, ex. cept God gave the increase, for it was •He who crowned the year's labors with His goodness. Proceeding, the preacher said that, men frequently complained when fortune did not smile on them, but when-they-recei ved ah abundant return for their la, "bors, they very often-forgot -who was -the giver. This was .characteristic of% the .selfishness of human nature...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

& J; THONk No. 15. i t l N. WOOLCOTT, j Registered Dentist, J Scott Street - - - Warracknabeal. - f $ NVxt Door to hl« Well Known Pharmacy. I / ■ — 'i bo Conaulted Dally. Deulah, Tuesday, March 31st; AUTUMN SEASON, 1914. CRAIG and GO'S FIRST SHOWINGS of New Season's Goods, Next Friday Evening and a;; day Saturday, APRIL 3 and 4. Our pretty Millinery Creations will interest you. Here are STYLES of EVERY DESCRIPTION. Hats Untrimmed, Hats Ready-to-wear or we will Trim them to your order Artistically, Quickly, Stylishly, Cheaply. CRAIG AND. CO., SCOTT STREET. — ON NATURE'S LINES - Beecham's Pills perform their healthful work—gently, soothingly, yet withal thoroughly, until the whole system is benefited. Being perfectly safe for young and old and compounded only from' the purest and most carefully selected ingredients of vegetable origin, there is no more satisfactory medicine for a disordered stomach, sluggish liver or irregular action of the bowels than Beecham's Pills Sold eve...

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DR MAWSON'S EXPEDITION. DEBT TO BE WIPED OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

1 DR MAWSON'S^EXPEDITION. I DEBT TO BE WIPED OFF. Dr. Alawson was given a civic re ception this afternoon. He said he intends* visiting England . to lccture and publish a 'book on his expedition to pay off a debt of £4000 still owing on the expedition. He declared that he would sooner go over the expedl« tion again than beg for money to pay it off.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

young b i.LSddrioorOi iSfcobk and Station AgeritB, land, Ffnanoe, and Dommiadlon Agfitite, IIOB8HAM,' Nllllitii HAMILTON AND WARRACKNABEAL. a. inh offlcb3 at Arafat, Mutton, Mlnyip, Nlilli, Rupnuyup, Dlmbuoia, I"?.,; fianald, T<iran& ^Balmoral, and Qdroko; also Wolsloy, S.A. poo, uuu AGENTS for:— Liiscellos, Limited, Wool and Grain Brokers, Stat:)! and ' W riHrt llfllttlAllMlia fmWA Mutual' ProVldent Sdoletj. ^AMnMal Fire Insurants Co. of New Zealand. imllarat Banking Co. Limited. ■ AiiBtfiiWsIan Mutual Live Stock Insurance society Limited. I Mslnesn arransomente'wlth ajl the leading firms of micfioMwrs iu fiwaleii and South' Australia. Sales "f HorSas, Cattle, Sheep held at Horsham, Nhlll, llamll Miirtoa, 'MlnylPi Warrackhaheal,'Beulah, Hopetoun, Rupanyup, Donald, i Kanl'a, Natlmuk, Doroke, Dunkeld, Casterton, CaVendish,"Strii».b [Z Mliaofal, Torang, an4 Lake fcolac. P1'1 " MONEY to LEND At LOWESTftATES. •Geelotig and Melbourne, ifSffSCfcrt&toS&i ...

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EMPLOYER AND UNIONISTS FINES FOR DISMISSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

EMPLOYER AND UNIONISTS FINES FOR DISMISSAL. Jn the Ballarat City Court on Fri day, John Ord Inglis, of Ingllston, near Ballari, was fined £1 on each of three charges of having dismissed from his; employment Edwin Arnold, Donald! Evans, and Archibald Southgate, be«] cause they were members of the Aus-j tralian Workers' Union. J Mr. Lazarus appeared for the| A.W.U., and Mr. A. .H. Xevett forj Inglis. Mr. -Nevett said that as Mr.1 Inglis had been fined on a like charge! a week ago, the cases should be eon-j sidered as one, as the circumstances: were all the same. J ■Mr. S. J.' Goldsmith, P.M., said that: each informant had the right to pro ceed. -- ■ i A stay of proceedings was granted,1 with a view of appealing on a point of law. On the first occasion defendant was fined £5, and advised to pay £19 costs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

W H. JANES' No. 2 STORE... Special Value for the Next Fourteen Days. Special Values *in DRESSES. Special Values in COSTUMES. Special Values In MILLINERY. Special Values (n LACES. W ' Sipeclal Values In GLOVES. "V • *• , H'Sf! ' ' ' ''i ' ""'.-."Special Values In CALICOES, ? ~ Special Values in UNDERCLOTHING. W. H. J'5. - - No. i STORE. 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,'>j • Special Values In VESTS. Special Values In HATS. Special Values in BRACES. Special Values In TIES.' Special Values In SHIRTS. • - ihTailorlng, Tailoring. Tailoring. Our Tailoring Department has earned the reputation o£ being right Up To-Date, both as regards to Style and 'Finish. If^ Place Your Order for your EASTER SUIT now. I ' ■ ? "Where Everything is Best by Actual Test." Builder and Contractor, The " Mai lee " Joinery Works, Woolcott Street, Builds to suit your requirement...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

THE Pioneer . . journal , . ESTABLISHED 1081.

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THE HOUSEHOLD [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

THE HOUSEHOLD Bpiced Beef.—Take ten pounds ol thin flank, rub salt and saltpetre over it, let it lie tor two days, then wipe »iiu~rutr u -iVUxiwitig —One teacup of brown sugar, half teacup of salt, one handful of pepper, one packet of mixed spice; rub it each day for four days, then wipe, roil, nud tie tightly with twine, and boil it gently for four hours; leave the twine op till it is quite cold. To Kee;, Suet.—If suet be melted down in the oven, and put Into jars, It will keep for a length of time, and is much better to chop up if done in this way. Puddings will keep better if made with suet that has been melt ed in the oven. Jellied Fowl.—An excellent way to utilise an old hen is to pick and draw it in the usual way. Then cut it Up and place the pieces in a stew pan, well seasoned with pepper and salt. Cover With cold water and stew gent ly for three or four hours, or until the meat can be easily removed from the • bones.' Soak a packet of gelatine in cold gravy and add to the st...

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GRAIN ELEVATOR SYSTEM [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

(J IS A IX KLK V.VTOH S YSTiai 1 . I APPROVED BY A.N.A. At tl\e A.N.A. conference last week ! a motion was passed supoprting the ■ Introduction of the grain elevator-sy£ tem in Victoria. It was urged that such a system would give Victorian producers the best results for theli work, and ..increase facilities fcj, grain handling. The farming commu nity labored under disabilities. The present system of obtaining bags; and transporting wheat was not satisfac tory. Growers often found when wheat arrived at the seaboard thai they were consider-b'y short of the previously ascertained weight. The elevator system would encourage far mers to aim at a first-class sample ot wheat. Mr. Lemmon, director, said tlm board supported the proposition that bulk handling bo established, as they should adopt tho' moat economical system of handling wheat. Farmeu. of progressive character favored the system. The motion was carried unanimously.

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ESCAPE IN BATH TUB. AMERICAN ELUDES GUARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

ESCAPE IN BATH TUB. AMERICAN ELUDES GUARDS. I Frederick Sven Hamilton, a prisoner at St. 'Helena, Brisbane, tlie prison is land^ in Moreton Bay, is missing. There is also missing from the prison, a bath tub. Indications point to it having been taken to the north side of the island, and dragged into the \va-| •ter. Prom there, presumably, the es-1 capee set out to reach the mainland in a tub Hamilton figured in a sensational Incident at Toowoomba railway sta . tiQA1 in" May last, when two detectives intercepted him on the Sydney mail train. He produced a revolver, and threatened to shoot, but the detectives overtook, and overpowered him. Subsequently he was sentenced to five years' imprisonment for robbery from the Exhibition Hotel, Brisbane.

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KILLED BY LIGHTNING. TWO FATALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

KILLED BY LIGHTNING. TWO FATALITIES. While in a paddock at Templestowe on Friday afternoon, Patrick -tMehan, a well known dairy farmer, was kil led by lightning. He left his home to ] cut some maize. The storm broke sur denly, and anxiety was felt when he did not return for lunch. His brother went into the paddock, and found him lying.dead near a bush, to which he had- apparently ruu for shelter. A scythe which lie had been using was lying about 20 yards away. Alexander Ross, a middle-aged man, son of Mr. William D. Ross, was killed by lightning in a severe thunderstorm at Penshurst. He was a married man, and leaves a widow and three children.

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VALUE OF SORGHUM FALLOW. EXPERIENCES AT GALAQUIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

VALUE OF SORGHUM FALLOW. EXPERIENCES AT G-ALAQUIL. Economic considerations are in<luc* ins northern wheat farmers to reduce their area tinder crop, and to increase the number of sheep kept. On the one hand (writes the 4]Leader") labor difficulties are becoming so pronoun* ced as to determine many northern settlers to limit their cultivation opera tions to tlie. area which they, with the aid of their families, can control. In the second place, the increasing prices of stoclt point to better returns being obtained from sheep and lambs than heretofore. (Progressive nor* thern farmers accustomed to placing about a fourth of their holding under wheat each year, find that.the returns over the whole area do not exceed more than about 10/ rper acre. This poor result is due to the system of fallow which is generally in vogue. Under this plan practically one-half of the total area produces nothing that the farmer can sell. On the best farms that portion which is in fallow is so per...

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CHARGE AGAINST CONSTABLE. CONFLICT OF EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

CHARGE AGAINST CONSTABLE. CONFLICT OF EVIDENCE. Tlie Malvern, magistrates dismissed a charge against Constable Simpson, of having accepted a bribe, saying it was a difficult case, and there was a conflict of evidence.

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BILL FOR £700. STATE DECLINES TO PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

BILL FOR £700. STATE DECLINES TO PAY. For services carried out by the Fe deral Government for the State of New South Wales in connectioa with the accommodation of New, South Wales smallpox patients and con tacts at the Federal Quarantine Sta tion at North Head, Sydney Harbor, the Federal Government seat in a bill for ..£7000. Mr. Cook, the Prime Minister, said that the State had in*; timated that it did not intend, to pay the amount. , ' . . . "I hope the matter will settled when I see Mr. Holman, Premier of New South Wales, in . Melbourne," said Mr. Cook. . "There are some le I gal difficulties in the way. Somehow or other these small (business matters' have a knack of developing into legal questions." If ,-New South - Wales- persists- In its" attitude - that the-, Commonwealth should -pay. the ' bill; for .its-.-smallpox outbreak, . and' the • Commonwealth agre'es-to do so;,.it-is considered like-1 ly that other States •' will 'adopt :il same course when- they have epide-, mics of...

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ASPENDALE PURSE. DISHONORABLE ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

ASPENDALE PURSE. DISHONORABLE ACTION. The stipendiary stewards disquali fied J. 'McGrath, trainer, F. Graham, jockey, and the mare Handsome Maid for 12 months for dishonorable action in connection with the running of the mare in the Aspendale Purse last Sa turday

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BABY BONUS CHANGES COLOR. FIVE SOVEREIGNS MYSTIFY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

BABY BONUS CHANGES COLOR. FIVE SOVEREIGNS MYSTIFY. " Detective-Sergeant Rogerson, of Bal larat'i '.was on: >Saturday/,shown by, Mr. E'. Malthouse .five sovereigns, which looked more like shillings, though ■tliey felt heavy. • fie. explained that theyj.werea baby bonus, and* were like that -whe\i he received tlioin from a .nurs$»swho declared-to.ihim:that they were > bright ~ shining:.sovereigns when paid over the counter to her. 1 Sergeant Rogerson ,at.once.sugges ted contact with quicksilver; ast'the. cause of discoloration, but Mr., Malt •house- said-he had no quicksilver, an>d the nurse:* declared: that Blie .had,-not handled any. She produced a sixpenny piece, that had .been .raWbing with the sovereigns, :«iid....which . looked move like a half-sovereign j It was quickly proved that the so-1 vweigns were;genuine,'ibut how, theyi and the sixpenco bocame discolored is |a mystery. - °

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

The Adelaide Bargain Company's T: HUGE SALE OF GTTNN'S STOCK AND NEW GOODS CLOSES m THREE WEEKS. Everything has to lie Cleared in Throe Weeks' Time. Come Early While This Great Chance is Yours. CLOSES IN THREE WEEKS. .\ NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED. ——We Close Up in Three Weeks. A B C THE ADELAIDE BARGAIN COMPANY (late Gunn's), Scott Street, Warracknabeal. ABC

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