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OLD COLONIST'S DEATH. SIR A. J. PEACOCK'S FATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

OLD COLONIST'S DEATH. SIR A. J. PEACOCK'S FATHER. Mr. John faenry Peacock, 85 years, father of Sir .Alex. reacock, died this morning at his home, Creswick.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Late Melbourne. (By Wire.—Melbourne Monday.) BREACH OF PROMISE. ORDER TO PAY OFF JUDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

'.-Late Melbourne. (By Wire.—Melbourne Monday.) BREACH OF PKOiUISE. order to pay off judgment. •Mr. Justice A'Beckett ordered Shol to Douglass Fanar, of Terang, to pay 30/ monthly off a judgment of. £100, with v£17 costs, which was obtained last year by Hilda Millard for breach of promise' of marriage. Fanar said he was married and had a family. His ; salary was '£126 yearly.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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SHEEP HILLS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

SHEEP HILLS. (prom our Correspondent.) : ; CHURCH OP ENGLAND. Lenten ^-services liave^been hold in St.-John's -Church .-every;Tuesday. Kev. F, VV. Coupo and Rev. X. G. .Pollard i -have given some earnest, and impres sive addresses. The vicar is a capable speaker,, and -a most, enthusiastic...-wor ker. A children's service is hold at 4.30,—and - the . adults -. assemble at . 8 1 o'clock.' Those who have been regular in attendance have-greatly: appreciated the services. , CAPTURE OF HARES, i A hare drive was held on March 25th in connections with,:tlie ..Coursing Club, when--- a number ofhares were captured.- .The-great, secret.in. a(hare drive -Is to ' have . plenty ;.o£.-horsemen, so as to be able to surround the pad docks, 'and prevent any of the hares from escaping.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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A CHINESE ROBBED. HOARD STOLEN FROM HUT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

A CHINESE ROBBED. HOARD STOLEN FROM HUT. A-hoard of £114 was stolen from a bed in Kern Lee's liut at liis market garden, Heidelberg, while he was at the market on Saturday.

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

Dr Sheldon's Digestive 1 abules Pave the way to Success By givlufr "you A Good Stomacli And a Clieorful Disposition. They disestr wliat-you oat. .. .. Obtainable everywhere.

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SPURIOUS HALF SOVEREIGNS. FOUND IN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

SPURIOUS HALF SOVEUHIGNS. FOUND IN PARK. A tin containing 110 spurious half sovereigns was found under some scrub in Alexandra Parade. The coins were excellent imitations.

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The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, MARCH 31st, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, MARCH 31st, 1914. The financial obligations to which Australia was committed by the La *bor Government during the period that it was in power were recapitu lated by the Prime Minister (Mr. Jos. Cook) In the coursd of a speech at Prahran on Thursday night. In his recent addresses, Mr. Fisher lias had the temerity to make accusa tions of extravagance against the pre sent Government, quite oblivious of his own unenviable record in this con* nection. It has been declared by Mr. Fisher that the Liberal Government is spending £4,000,000 more than the last Government proposed sto do. Mr. , Cook dispose^ of this misleading state ment by pointing out that it was pro posed to spend out' of revenue £1,033,885, and the effective rejoinder was made that the reason for this ex. penditure was that the previous Go vernment had left its successors a lot of responsibilities to carry out. The...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. Wheat, 3/5. FJour, 14/3. ' Bran, 1/1J,£. l'ollard, 1/1%. Factory butter, 1/4. 'Dairy butter, 7d. and 2d. Eggs, lOd. Melbourne Press Quotations:— Factory butter, 1/2. Dairy butter, 8V4ci. to 9'^d. Eggs, 1/. (By Wire.—Melbourne Monday.) Wheat, 3/5; oats, milling, 1/10; feed, 1/9.

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

PERSONAL. •Mr.' D. 'McDonald, of Warrackuabeal, was called away to Cootamundra, New South Wales, last week, word having been received that his mother was dangerously ill 'Later news was re ceived that Mrs. {McDonald had pas sed away. Deceased, who was ad* vanced in years, was ^highly respected by all who knew her. Mr. Rod. McKenzie, of-Wallup, who met with a painful accident on Thurs day, is' still unable to use his right arm. He was riding a horse, when the animal stumbled and fell, throwing his rider, and in falling "badly lacerated his hand, a huge -gash being made be-, tween the third and last ,finger. Mr. McKenzie received surgical treatment in "Warracknabeal, a few stitches "be* ing found necessary to close. the wound. Mr. McKenzie had a very nar row escape from being crushed, the body of the animal just massing him as he lay prone on the ground." . Her friends will regret to learn that Mrs. Palmer, wife of Mr. T. W.. Pal . mer, junr., is dangerously ill. Three medical men wer...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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SCATTERED RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

) SCATTERED JIMNFAU,. Tiiis part of the State did not benefit to any extent by the break in Ihc weather last week. In Warrack nabeal the rainfall for the month was 41 points, and for the year to date only 123 points. On the law of aver age, there should be good rains in store, and if a downpour is not ,too long deferred, sonditions should work out satisfactory. The severity of the 1 summer had its effect upon dams, , the water having got down very low in many instances. Som edams are dry. Details of last week's rainfall show that it varied considerably in the Wimmera and mallee, some districts recording only a few-points,, while ) others had over half an inch. Je parit reports 81 points. In some parts of the State there were heavy downpours. Bendigo had a remark able visitation. Hailstones, measur ing two inches round, fell consistently for over an hour, and heavy damage resulted. The lightning was terrific in places, and two deaths are recor ded. CALBDONIAN CONCERT. A meeting'of th...

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COMMONWEALTH AND STATE. MR. IRVINE URGES CONSTITUTIONAL REFORMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

COMMONWEALTH AND STATU. MR. IRVINE URGES CONSTITU TIONAL REFORMS. . At the Constitutional Union's rooms in Melbourne on Thursday night, Mr. Wv-H. Irvine, the Federal Attorney General, delivered an address to the Voting Liberal Speakers' Association. At the outset he dealt at some length on the decision of the Privy Council, in the sugar case. He stated that he dissented from the opinion expressed that the powers of the Federal Parlia ment were delegated by the States. Of'very much greater importance was the narrow and restricted view given ill regard to the incidental powers of the Federal Parliament. The Com* monwealth High Court was faced at i the beginning with the question of de- | ciding how far it would follow the American decision in considering the j terms of the Constitution. It was held that Australia should not necessarily, slavishly follow American precedents. It was held, however, that where the words and phrases were similar in 'both constitutions, tlieNsourt should ac...

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OMITTED TO TAIL AN "A." THISTLE CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

OMITTED TO TAIL AN "A." -V THISTLE CASE DISMISSED. A~ thistle case aginst Messrs. McNi* col Bros., of'Korong Vale, which has created a great deal of interest, and has been Twice adjourned, was again brought up at the\Wycheproof Police Court be/ore Mr. J. F. Pennefather, p.m:. , Mr. Sutherland, who appeared For McNichol Bros., took strong objection to the notice served on his clients. The Act provided that a description of the allotments of the property liad to appear on the notice. He then handed in defendant's notice, stating that instead of it reading "Allots. 7a and 8," it read "Allot. 7.o.8." . ;"Mr. Guinness (representing • tho Shire of Wycheproof)—-There appears to,'be a tail 011 the middle figure which indicates an "A," At any rate there ; was a tail on the original notice. ' Mr. Sutherland—^There is no proof of .notice 'being served in regard to i allots, ,7a. and 8. Mr. Pennefather, P.M., on carefully ; examining the notice, said that it ' could not be taken, for anything e...

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ELECTIVE MINISTRIES. MR. WATT FAVORS CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

ELECTIVE MINISTRIES. MR. WATT FAVORS CHANGE. . /"I have always': held lliovlew.that 'elective ;ministries would cure- iiiariy '.of,vthe: evils to which party govern' nient,, gives rise,"..: said Mr. W. - A. .■Watt; the .'Premier, on Saturday, in' commenting on the resolution passed at the Australian Natives' conference in- favor of such 'Ministries. . Referring to .the fact that he had'ad vocated elective Ministries when a :Priyate member, Mr. Watt said that he -had never varied his view because of increased administrative.■ experi ence, but he-held strongly the .opinion that the people; would have to ■ make up their minds., about it. • To engraft such ;a system upon:. a> reluctant -Par liament and .community. wouid..-mean-| ■that <it would never get ■: a-fair trial. ■Hloction of Ministries,: Mr. Watt ad ded; involved a change of attitude on the parfcof- the. community -in-;respect. '.o many problems of Government;.That change would have toibe gradual, and: the result;...

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SOCIAL. WOOLCOTT—STANISTREET. WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

SOCIAL. WOOLCOTT—STAMISTREET. WEDDING. All event of more than ordinary in terest, and °"e of'tho prettiest and most attractive of its ltfnd that lias occurred In Warracltnabeal took place . last Wednesday, wlien .Miss Rita Voolcott, only'daughter; ot our popn ]r.r townspeople, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Woolcott, was united in -matrimony to Mr- A. Stanistreet, of the Bank ot Now South Wales'; It was termed a "plnlc wedding," this beautifully soft anil delicate color being conspicuous throughout the proceedings, and which added a lovely tone to tho surroundings. The ceremony was tim-! ed for 6 p.m.r and at 5.30 Christ Church began -to .fill rapidly, and be fore the appointed time the building was crowded with 'guests. -The church was beautifully decorated by lady friends of the bride ivith white roses and asparagus fern, and over the happy couple hung a peal of silver bells and asparagus. A pretty inci dent was the affectionate way in which the bride's little dog ("Billy") followed her up th...

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SUPPORT OF CHURCH WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

SUPPORT OF CHURCH WOR& g Tenders have been accepted_ ,0, completion o£ the Koroi wm If Church. Tlie woriowhlch fllu elude the erection of a « atclilteot.,! costvabout: ■£60.00.,:. plonf,/ •was "also instructed l° p"Pfl0S1plet<A the church .will be a beautiw ^ men of early Gothic aroUWWj ^ :theriKerJ»>h.w.i^r^aJi?/j-0i)o/.Tl^',i miaes- amounting, to..PY^f. j0nfttioa oU do not-lncludo a generous d°n (i A 800 trpm W» I^rdohip, m."

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DISTRICT SHOW DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

DISTRICT SHOW DATES. Horsham, October 1 . ftfld Minyip, October 6. Nhill, October 7. Warracknabealr October ."« TtfiiiTali;'* October, 13.. . ' ... Dimboola, October 14 Hopetouu, Octotber ly» Jeparit, October 20. Rainbow;:. October 23.

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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

ATHLETICS. The ■ Jeparit Athletic. Olub are- out With a good programme (unregistered) of athletic and general sports for Eas ter Monday, There: is a Shefiiel'l of £10, 220-Tards :'Of £4. Novles ' £S;: Hurdles .84, and; Quarter £ 4. En tries close ori. Saturday next. 4th Ap ril. Several swimming and "fire Ijrigacle. events are included, and miscellane ous events generally.

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SPORTING NEWS. TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

SPORTING NEWSi TURF. That.'-fine horse Popinjay won the iRawson Stakes at Sydney on" Satur day, starting at 8 to 1. Locliano was secondhand 'Aurifer third. The race was run in a. terrific thunderstorm. Andelosia won the Olub Handicap, and | •Sunlilce the Railway Stakes. \ The principal turf items at Easter1 will be the Doncaster Handicap, and Sydney Cup in Sydney, and the Onka* paringa meeting at Adelaide. Both these gatherings attract a very large, attendance from Victoria. For the Doncaster Handicap, Aurifer,"-St. Me doc? Iownit, Sir Willie, Rathlea, Ale conner, Gold Brew, and Lochano are all fancied, and probably one of this lot will win. Popinjay is such a great j horse-that even. 9.7 may not stop him.- Averse 7.6 looks well in, but Merton may prefer Aurifer«-at 8.11. Perhaps of the lot Aurifer .or St. Me doc may be best. . However, it is very open. The Cup has.all tiie best horses en gaged, and-Walalo,"who won tli© Aus tralian,Cup, is much-fancied. Barlow 7.8 looks nice., Cagou...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. BRIGHTENING THE SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

JSEWS OF THE DAY. BRIGHTENING :THE SERVICE. When the vicar of the Otaika (N.Z.) church proceeded to conduct service, he found a "lunatic in possession of the building. The lunatic claimed *o he a patron of the church, and stated that brighter services were necessary to attract the parishioners. He ad ded that he found it necessary to make a few improvements, and show ed the astonished vicar a gramaphone installed in the vestry,, with a horn directed Into the church through, a hole cut in the wall. ..." The sides of the .church.'were decorated with pic ture's from illustrated papers.. . Tha vicar hurriedly left the building. Sub sequently he ascertained that' t,"ie lunatic possessed a gun, and had..bei'n saying that lie. was particularly anxi ous to shoot anyone who sang Out of tune, or any ,preacher of whom lie disapproved. The man was arrested, FARMERS AND UNIONISTS. Owing; to the "Wharf Laborers'Union and pther : unions having .refused' to handle the "produce of certain farmers wh...

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HERO DIES IN VAIN. MAN OVERBOARD IN STORM. SEA CLAIMS FOUR LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

HERO DIES IN VAIN. MAN OVERBOARD IN STORM. SEA CLAIMS FOUR LIVES. (' Undeterred by "the Knowledge to 'at' tlio end o£ :the >oyage lie ivoisi meet the girl whom he was to nianr, John Shane, of Balmain, New F" : Wales, according to a1 message froa Sydney on: Saturday, called tor voto teers in a blinding storm, took cliargj of a boat" launched from the steaat' President, and gav'e>his life in a git lant endeavor to save a drowning ship mate The boat was smashed to pis cos, four men w;ere lost, and Sliau had for 'epitaph .his. Captain's worts "He, died a. hero's death." , ' Sail ' .Francisco newspapers speal ! highly of the conduct of Mr. Joi: Shane, who was fourth ollicer of to! steamer. The incident occurred off tH West Coast of "the United States, is November last.; ' " : While a gale was .blowing and a.tef rifle sea running, Frank -Latliam let overboard. It looked madness tt launch a boat to the rescue in sutl sea, and Captain Richard Pan!-."' : not order any: of his men to do...

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