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ACTION IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

ACTION IN SYDNEY. Tn the <State of New South WaUs| movement is on foot to discovern ther there is. anything in the lei tion of that State to prevent the I; talisator being introduced on to 1 set! racecourses. The position is Q —Betting on racecourses is le; in New South.Wales just as it isij Victoria. But under the Act. games of. chance, played fori lit, are illegal; and it has been t er-ally assumed that the totalis would be regarded as an "unlawful b strument." ©lit if the totalisator merely a "recording" machine, as t1 English courts appear to hold, ; not a machine for ■ betting, ther might be introduced into Victoria a into New South Wales straight aw At any rate a movement is in view the mother State to test the tion. ; . •

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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THE TOTALISATOR. A.N.A. ADVOCACY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

THE TOTALISATQR, •V a n,a- advocacy. At tlie A.N,A. contcreneo i, day Mr, W. iH. Hulse moved "thsul board qtdirectors tii"ke action tokS befoie the State Government th 1 stability of early legislation (<,?■ ise.the totalizator. He said i,.^! opposed; to gambling, anil c * the best w.ay to abolish It wajtlJ galise the totalisator. (Cheers.) i one who regarded the uivbrinkti his family must see tire ovli ej of bookmaking. The scmn of (lie and the parasites wl>o never - ed were associated with h))e i ers. The proper thing to Uo 7ii"« circumstances was to establish di* betting machines, and malte 1)155,,' ! low's do some work. (Cheers.) ' M r. G. /A. Moir, in seconding 11. motion, said the association liaj ready decided strongly in favotoH totalisator, but had been sifletractf, by, the. introduction of a proposal 1 State' ownership. Mr. ..A. Nicholson said the i. tor wherever introduced had 1 ed gamWing. Sir Frederick Hoi, was one 0! many authorities for statement. i Mr. T...

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

CRICKET. A team from Boolite paid' a visit to Warracknabeal on Saturday, when an enjoyable game took place. War racknabeal could only getia fair,; team together. Batting first, thoy mad?,a poor, start, three -wickets;. falling • for five runs. Wilkinson and " Cavenagh then became associated,- and the - as pact of the game was changed. Some good hitting was done by Wilkinson, who. compiled 65 before lie - was . dis posed of. Cavenagli contributed 27. The s only other batsman, to make a stand was • Donolrae, who had 19. to his credit. The innings closed for 132. B. .Dickenson tool?..5;wickets for 25, L. O'Connor 2 for 38, and IT. Dicken son 1 for 32. ; Boollte had lost seven wickets for 07, when time was called, so that the match resulted-ln a draw;' ■F. DIckoncon contributed 20, I!. ;Dick-. euson 24, and W; Waugh 12,'-:Kelsall took 3 wickets for 25;.'Alnsllu-; 2 i for 22, and Donohue 2 for.14.- .Afternoon tea was provided, and was appreciated by the visitors.

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

Desperate Shooting. Pain3 in the Chest' require prompt treatment Use-. Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds. It gives'immediate relief. Price, 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable everywhere. To Business M&h ! AND THE PUBLIC. * If you require anything or desire to make anything known Advertise in "TheHerald," Thd: old-established paper, with the Largest Circulation. Collars, Saddlery and Harness OP all descriptions Largo stock to choose from——Buggy, Gig Harness from 90/. Best leather and Materials. Allwoll made. Dray Col lars from 19/, Kggy Collars from 13/, and Riding Saddles fifbin 46/. . Bridles,-:'Whips, Spurs, Brushes; Leg gings, ;6tc., in great variety. BKENOG'S Patent and other HORSE RUGO. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Wi F. SGhlckeriihgr, 8ADDLEH AND HARNESS MAKER, gcott BtT€>et, Warracfcaabeal.

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ENTERTAINMENTS BOHEMIAN DRAMATIC-COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

entertainments BOHEMIAN DRAMATIC-COMPANY. Cole's' Bohemian' Dramatic Company will open a season in Warracltnabehl to-morrow night in a large canvas theatre, in the yard.of the Palace Hotel. - The opening attraction will be a 'powerful Western American dra ma, "A'Cowboy's Honor." This pro duction has proved a great success everywhere it lias been produced, and a large audience is expected. 'v The play is full of stirring incidents, and its presentation by talented artists should'leave nothing to be desired. At Ararat the company gave a ma tinee, when 800 children received pro sents. - A benefit was also given for the Ararat Hospital.

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DISASTROUS WRECK. NEW CALEDONIAN SHIP FOUNDERS. EIGHTEEN LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

DISASTROUS WRECK. NEW CALEDONIAN SHIP -FOUNDERS. EIGHTEEN" LIVES LOST. | Another shipping disaster lias oc I curred on the North Queensland coast, | and unfortunately loss of life has ac companied this wreck.' The steamer %St. Paul, which is em ployed in the cargo and. passenger trade between Xew Caledonia and Aus tralia, struck the reef at Smith Rock, ,Cape Morton at 12.30 o'clock on Fri day morning. The vessel foundered ! almost immediately. | The look-out oft Cape Moreton states j that he saw the steamer St. Paul [standing dangerously close in to sl.ore [ He signalled to ask if she wanted a ; pilot, and received .an affirmative re ply- He then signalled the pilot stea mer Llewellyn, and it went out to meet the St. Paul. The pilot on the Llewellyn states that when they were about two miles from the St. Paul they saw her lights suddenly disappear. Realising that she had gone down, they put on all steam and lowered the boats. Three men were picked up by one boat, and eight by anothe...

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

Entertaining a" Enemy. Don't ontortain a chronic runnlir; »brp pr wounds. Cure It with Dr, RJioidon's - Magnetic:. Liniment. Pricp 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable everywhere.

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MOTHER CAUGHT IN CABIN. EFFORT TO SAVE GIRL FAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

MOTHER CAUGHT IN CABIN. I EFFORT TO SAVE GIRL FAILS. Among those on board the steamer was a mother who was coming from -New Caledonia to her daughter in Brisbane; also a boy. A story told to the pilot by the steward showed that the woman pas* senger and a little girl on board the steamer were drowned. The woman, it was thought, had not time to leave her cabin. Efforts were made to put the little girl into a boat lowered from the St. Paul," but before it readied the water it capsized, and the. girl was drowned. The survivors were shocked by the suddenness of the catastrophe.

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STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

STAR PICTURES. An excellent variety of pictures -was submitted at the Star Theatre on Sa turday evening, before a large and ap preciative audience. The subjects were splendidly portrayed, and prov ed highly interesting and enjoyable. "Seeds of Wealth" was_ an emotional and realistic drama,, which" held the audience spellbound. A beautiful scenic picture, "Date Groves of Ef) D'jerld," was most Interesting and in structive. It showed the methods of £5ie natives in picking, sorting, and . packing dates. Views of the streets and of the date groves were alao sbown, the scenery being magnificent. The star production, "From Dancer to Duchess" was a three-reel drama of an emotional and impressive /charac ter, and was watched with tlie keen est interest throughout. There wore also comedy dramas, which caused a vast- amount of amusement, notably, "Calamity Anna takes a trip." Co mics were well represented in "Sam my, the Slippery One," and "Tale ol. the Black Eye." The symphony or chestra ren...

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

Ricked His Back. "I ricked my back severely, and was j unable to stand upright," writes Mr.! Tlios. H. Maher, Ebden, Vic. "I had seen Chamberlain's Pain Balm adver tised for strains, and thought I would see'what it would do for me. The first application gave me relief, and I was quite myself again after using only a quarter of a bottle." Sold by Hut chinson ard Co. and J. N. Woolcott. fVIiler and James, i LAND, STOCK, AND STATION AGENTS, Warracknabeal (Vict) and Temora ' (N.S.W.). Branch Offices—Hopetoun (Vict.), West Wyalong and Gilgandra (N.8.W.) Largo 'lists o£ Property tor aale in N.S.W. Some splendid bargains; par ticulars on application. Trust Money TO LEND at lowest rates'of Interest on Freehold Land and Leasehold Msl lea. Agents for Massey-Harrfa Machla ery; Beard and Slsson Windmills, Waggons etc.; Blackstone Oils and Now Way Oil Engines ; Scottish Union insurance Co ; Queensland Live Stock Insurance Co.; also insurance on Stacks o( Hay, Standing Crops, etc. For bargains an...

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MELBA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

MELBA PICTURES. ■ There was another splendid house at the Melba Theatre on Saturday night, when ; all were delighted and amused with the superior programme presented. As usual, the pictures were the best procurable, and amongst the star films screened was the grand | drama, "The Imposter." The. impos tor vls the secretary, of a prince, who is killed in a' lift accident, the seere* tary taking his place and impersona* ting him, in order, not only to marry a millionaire's, daughter, but also to inherit tl\e fortune madtfby the father of the girl, "who supervises the wheat corner in America. A. sensational scene is witnessed when both the fa* ther and daughter fall into the grain, pit, and are immediately killed, being covered with °rain, A superior de tective drama entitled, "The 'Mono gramed Cigarette," depicted a gentle man burglar, who was eventually trac ed by leaving the raonogramed cigar ette, which proved to be a successful clue.. Industrial films, humorous items, and scenic vi...

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POLITICAL AFFAIRS. WILL STAND FOR BARWON. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

POLITICAL AFFAIRS. WILL STAND FOR BARWON. Although pressed to do so, Mr. Dun can McLennan- did not nominate in connection with tlie ballot which the 'Liberal Leagues will hold..next month to select six candidates for the Sen ate, It was thought he /would - poll well, particularly in the country-cen tres, but Mr. McLenuan came to the conclusion that 'he would be unable to give the time necessary to an ac tive campaign throughout the State. He has definitely decided to contest the Barwon seat -in opposition to the sitting member,. Mr. J. .F. Farrer, M.L.A., at the forthcoming elections. RUSH FOR BILLETS. There would appear to be something particularly attractive about the new positions which the Federal Govern ment recently decided tocreate in an attempt to' improve .the present electoral administration.' 'A few* weeks ago it was announced that a per manent divisional returning officer was to be appointed for each of the 70 constituencies on the. mainland at a salary of £310 per annum...

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CHINA'S TROUBLES. WHITE WOLVES DESCEND AGAIN. PEKING, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

CHINA'S TROUBLES. WHITE WOLVES DESCEND AGAIN. PEKING, Friday Night. Grave news is to hand, of the depre dations of .tlie White Wolves. It is stated that 2000 Imperial,,troops were sent out to the defence of the town of Shan Cliou,. which was' threatened by the "Wolves." The latter, by a cl ver feint, side tracked the Imperial troops and descended on the town af ter routing the troops, aud then sack ed and massacred for some, days. The total killed is set down at 500.

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

OBITUARY. iMr. Donald McDonald 'Wright, an old i and .highly respected resident of this district, died at the residence of ono of his sous, ^Ir. Charles Wright, Cam« perdoivn (says the "Chronicle"). Tho life of the deceased was a very use. ful one. His activities at various times took him to different parts of i the State. He came to the Camper. | down district between 30 and 40 years ago, and at Cobden set up a saw-mill. He-left the mill and removed to Sta well, where lie conducted the business of an auctioneer for some years. Sub sequently he took , up municipal en gineering. He was engineer to the Shire of Dimboola, Shire of Borung, and Shire of Karkarooc. Four years ago he was stricken with illness, and every endeavor was made to alleviate his sickness, bu{ eventually the inevit able end came. He leaves a widow and seven sons and four daughters* Mr. Robert Wright, -of Dimboola, is a son of the deceased, and ^ Mrs: A. Pearson, of Warracknabeal, Is a daughter. The funeral, which t...

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

Always Takes It. "I always take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy whenever , I have a cold," writes Mrs. A. Preston, 51 King Wil Ilara atreeti Fitzroy, Vic. "I first took It wlien I had an attack of Influenza, and I got relief at once. Now I always keep a bottle in the house, and never lose an opportunity •"> recommend it to others. I. know ■ dozens of people who look oh Chamberlain's Couch Re medy (in a part of their, household ef-; fects. Sold by Hutchinson end Co and J. N. Wooloott.

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WEST AUSTRALIA PRAISED MR. SAMPSON IN PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

WEST AUSTRALIA PRAISED MR. SAMPSON IN PERTH. Mr. S. - Sampson, 'member for ^Vim-. mera, in the House of Representatives, interviewed at • Perth, on Saturday, spoke enthusiastically of West- Aus-. tralia's •wheat lands. . ; . ' • "On the basis of the Victoria^ pro-; duction," he said, "West Australia should ^produce not ten -million • bu3^ hols, this year's quantity, but two hun dred million bushels." ">••• > Speaking as a member of'the Fe deral Fruit Commission,' ho said- that the Southern- coasUino of West Aus tralia offered an unlimited field for the growing of fruit for ^export. The Agv riculturnl B.ank, lie remarked, was more liberaV than . any, other - State, i financial- institution in the . Common' wealth. , „ ,

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FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION. THE YEAR'S TRANSACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION THE YEAR'S TRANSACTIONS. There was a good , attendance at the annual meeting of the Farmers' Co-operative Association, which was held at the Shire Hall-on Saturday afternoon. The ' president (Mr. P. Hayter) occupied the cliair. The balance-slieet for the past year was submitted, .and showed that a fair amount of business had been transac ted by the association. Receipts to* tailed £2596 11/10, including a balance at the bank of £75 12/1 at tlie begin' ni'ng of the year. Goods sold amoun ted to £2210 J.0/9, made up as foK lows:—'Superphosphate, £695 18/; woolpacks, £63 18/1; .cornsacks, £1299 2/4; susar sacks, £41 18/: oat sacks, £20 11/2; oil, £24 7/3; and twine, £64 15/11. In addition there were the following items Railway freight and delivery charges, £124 1/10; shares account, £13 15/; outstanding accouuts. collected, . £115 15/6; expenses, £55 17/5; interest, 19/3. On the expenditure side the principal items were—Cornsacks, £138t> 12/; wool p...

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McCOOKE—RUTHERFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

McCOOKE—RUTHERFORD.   At All Saints Church, East St. Kilda, the wedding was celebra-   ted of Archibald McCooke, of Carron, eldest son of the late Archibald McCooke, of Sheep Hills, and Ada   Margaret Rutherford, eldest, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rutherford, of   Oak Field, Minyip. The marriage will take place at   Lake Hindmarsh on Wednesday, 15th April, of Miss Alwine Schulze, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.     Schulze, of Lake Hindmarsh, to Mr. P. B. Keller, son of Mr. and Mrs. August Keller, at Woorak.  

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SCHULTZ—HEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 31 March 1914

SCHULTZ—HEATH. A quiet but pretty wedding was solemnised at "Woodbine," the resi- dence of Mr. Harry Heath, at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, 18th March, the con- tracting parties being Mr. Henry Al- fred Schultz, of Areegra, and Miss Mabel Beatrice Heath, eldest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Heath, of Sheep Hills. The officiating minister   was the Rev. F. W. Coupe. - Miss Pearl Powell, cousin of the bride, pre- sided at the organ. The bride was daintily dressed in embroidered voile, with the usual wreath and veil, kindly lent for the occasion by a friend. The bride also carried a bouquet of roses, given by her little cousin, Frank D. Heath. The bridesmaid, Miss Pearl Etta Heath, sister of the bride, was dressed in white linen skirt and em- broidered coat. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. Arthur Heath, bro- ther of the bride. At the wedding breakfast the Rev. F. W. Coupe pre- sided, and several toasts usual at such functions were honored. The young couple left by the afternoo...

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BEULAH. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 April 1914

BEULAH. (From our Correspondent.) TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. The 13eu!ah District State School Teachers' Association held its montli» ly meeting last Saturday- There was a good attendance, and a highly profit able afternoon was spent. The presi« dent, Mr, \V. H. Jackson (iBenlah), de* livered an address upon '^Correlation of school subjects and agriculture." A general discussion of' the subject followed. Mr. Trainor, of Rosebery, was appointed delegate to the annual teachers' conference, to bo held in ■Melbourne during Easter. The fact that the association has undertaken j the expense of haviiig representation at the Melbourne conference, is sig« nificant of its growth, and the deep interest of the members. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The Progress Association held its monthly meeting on Monday evening. The attendance was unusually good. •Several, new townsmen, who showed their interest in local matters by their presence, received a welcome from the president, Rev. Fleischer. The need .of suit...

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