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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 April 1914
BALLARAT MARKET. " A /larger proportion than usual of the, 232 head of . cattle offered jit the. •Ballarat Corporation Yards on"'T;ies day, consisted-of from .-rood to jirinm quality. There was a lull attanii&nua of buyer?, .but'prices «)'. rostr.a sfcnV ed a slight flecltne,: harf^!i!rrjr y what ;towards the closs-. i'ho : , ,t bullocks sold lip to io ~o-Mi realising to £11.10/, useful to -Ml!: while cows brought frmn £'; for use-, ful to ,£u 10/ far prime. 'Che fet. calves made up to. XS\ IS/, Only, a small proportion of the 3618 sheep penned, was prime. Competition for good quality was keen, while for other kinds prices showed a slight; Improve ment.; Crossbred wethers were sold, at from 18/ to 27/6,'primed ewes,,"to 25/, and good and useful sorts to 19/; merino wethers realised from 15/ for useful descriptions, to -22/2 for prime. " Among the sales were the following: -^Calves—i for Mf. J. M'Whirter, Wal lup, to £3 12/, averaging £3 r 3/; 1 for Mr.' T. Forsyth, Wallup; •...
A SUDDEN COLLAPSE. DEATH OF MR. DANIEL JAMOUNEAU. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 April 1914
A SUDDEN COLLAPSE. DEATH OF MR. DANIEL JAMOUNEAU. There was an unexpected death in Warracknabeal on Tuesday evening, when Mr. Daniel Jamouneau, well known to the people of the town and district, passed away. Deceased had complained of being unwell during the last few months, but his condition was not regarded as being in any -way criti cal. At his residence on the Dim boola road on Tuesday afternoon he suddenly collapsed. He was lying'on the couch, when he was seized' with pains about the heart, and rolled on to "the floor.' Medical aid was sum moned, and temporary relief given, after, which "Sir. Jamouneau was 'con veyed to the hospital. No improve ment in his condition took place, and he died during v,the evening. A coroner's inquiry, touching the cause of death, was held before Mr. C. R. -Mackenzie, J.P., at the Court House yesterday. Mary Clarice Jamouneau, wife of the deceased,- said her husband had not been well for some time, and had been unable to work during the last six mo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 April 1914
Blotches On Face CAUSED BY BILIOUS CONDITION Nothing is more worrying to poo pie, especially ladies, than to have their complexions spoiled by pin> plea and-blotches. These are invari due to poor condition of the Dlood, caused by a disordered iiver not performing its functions, and a remedy tiiat will set the liver right is consequently the only thins to free one from these disfiguring and painful eruptions. An excellent In stance of the.efficacy of I)r. Worse's Indian Root Pills as a blood puri fying remedy is related by Miss Vio let Bayley, of 3 Moores Street, off Botany Rd., Alexandria, N.S.W., who writes: "Just a few lines to say that I have been taking Dr. Morse's Indian- Root Pills and found they do me a great amount of good. Pre- , viously I was always suffering from BJJJous Attacks, in addition to this I had red patches on my face and was languid and tired every day. 1 Having taken doctor's medicines ' Without feeling any better for it and as one of my cousins had re ceiv...
PREMIERS' CONFERENCE. BANKING INSTITUTIONS DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 April 1914
1*11 KM1BUS' CONKE15ENCE. BANKING INSTITUTIONS DIS CUSSED. The Premiers'-Conference discussed the Savings Bank question. »Mr. Watt opposed a suggestion to approach the Governor of the Com monwealth Bauk, and said Victoria did not fear Commonwealth .competi* tion. He believed the Common wealth Bank should be a national bank, and should ;•••*. a-I. Si a to j counts and hand tho Suving,* ( Bank business to th-' j tion . " * ; On Mr. Holman n n 10' it... [ unanimously agree;' to wcvV-.c. j tails in eacli St.v.r for ••u'jd:. ■•on ! to the Prime Miu:>ier. t j
POLITICAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 April 1914
- POLITICAL AFFAIRS. ' Mr. A. S/Rodgers, member for Wan non in the I-touao of - Representatives, has just completed a nine weeks' Jour 'through' his electorate. .Evsryiyhere. he was met by .large, audiences,"Ai->vh° listened to Ills addresses with gieat Interest, t Liberals look forward to. the possibility of a double dissolution^,, and hope by such moans to bring about a restoration of sound majority government. Applications for Labor candidates to contest the Wanncn seat in the House-of Representatives at tlve next election' have ,resulted?:in- Messrs. J. A. Denys (TOmboola), Neil MacKin non (Goroke), Blampled (Carlton), and D. P. Russoli: (now'in Tasmania), submitting their names "for selection. Mr.: Russell contested- the*: . cBallarat scat against Mr.' Deaitlri in 1910,- and ropposed Mr. •W.'H. Irviiie:for;Flinders, at the last, election. "Mr. MacKinnon;, unsuccessfully contested . Dundas in the: Legislative"Assembly .against Mr.. John Thomson. The attention oi land seelcers...
COUNCILLORS AT CRICKET. WIN FOR BORUNG SHIRE. AN ENJOYABLE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 April 1914
COUNCILLORS AT CRICKET. WIN FOR BORUNG SHIRE. a'n enjoyable game. Honors are even In municipal cric for tlie 'present season. The re turn mate!' between the Boning, and Kirkarooo councils was played at VVerriKar Park on Wednesday after noon when the local representatives avenged their 'defeat at Hopetoun re cently Tlie railtcl1 waB' Pl!tyed lm(ler favorable conditions; and was of an exceedingly pleasant character. There 13 a most fraternal feeling existing between tho two municipalities, and during the last few years it has been .lie custom to meet in friendly rivalry In the criclcet Held. Amenities be tween municipal bodies, such as are promoted by visits of •this kind, can not be other than mutually advantage ous socially and otherwise. In the first match Ifarkarooc left tho field victorious, and were naturally nroiid of their achievement. It was. no secret that tliey -fully expected to maintain their supremacy. With the exception of Dr. Morgan, who would, no (loubt. have been a t...
STOCK AND CLEARING SALES. WARRACKNABEAL DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 April 1914
STOCK AN 1) CLE A RINU SALES. WARRACKNABEAL DISTRICT. ^ .Messrs.: Young Bros; report luiviim sold, through 'their Warracknabca'l offlcc, during, the month of March-I ll,3!)0 slleep, 93 horses, and 03 cattle Following are soine of the ' princttiii sales effected Sheep—On account Lamont Bros., 1000 .Mount Bute bred merino ewes and 1000 Erci'ldoune bred do., G-tooth off at 15/; account A. H .Bodby,'773 crossbred ewes at 15/6; 201) cross weaners at 12/3; Tlios. Poiirce 300 cross, ewes, 4-tooth, at IS/- 700 do'., 4 years off at 17/9; 50 reject do., at 12/G; 1S4 fat crossbred wethers' at £1 1/; 100 fat merino do. at 1G/6; Account George and ,CoM 600 crossbred ewes, 4 and G-tooth, at £1. Wb. Cof fey, 550 crossbred weaners at 12/9 110 do. at 11/6.. Account' Edward Ro binson, 33 fat crossbred ewes at. £1 S/. Account J. Crampton, 372 cross bred ewes, rising G-tooth, at £il 1/, Account Lohniann. Bros., 400. come back ewes, 4, G, and S-tootii, at 16/6; 300 crossbred weaners, mixed sexes', at 12...
VISITORS ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 April 1914
VISITORS ENTERTAINED. An adjournment was then made to the Shire Hall, where the visitors were entertained by President Potter and afterwards dinner was partaken of at the Commercial Hotel. It was a sumptuous repast, and was thor oughly appreciated. -Before dispersing, President Potter, in appropriate terms, proposed the health of the visitors, and the toast was honored with enthusiasm. President Marshman made a neat and humorous response, and at the same time dwelt upon the cordial relations existing between the two shires, which he hoped would always continue, and that many similar gath erings would eventuate. He conclu ded by proposing the health of the Borung Shire, and on behalf of the visitors, expressed thanks for the hospitality extended to them. The compliment was suitably ac knowledged by Cr. Potter, who took the opportunity of presenting Cr. ; •Hatcher, the highest scorer for Kar^ karooc, with the ball used In the match. Cr. Hatcher said he was pleased to have been top sco...
EASTER HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 April 1914
EASTER HOLIDAYS. Advertisers and subscribers are no tified that owing to the Easter holt Jays there will be no publication ot •The Herald" on Good . Friday, April 10th, or on Easter Tuesday, April L4tll. " EXTRA TRAIN. Jt is notified by the Railway De jartnient that on Thursday, next a rain will leave Hopetoun at 7.40 p.m. ind "Warracknabeal at 10 p.m. for Uurtoa. This will enable holiday nakers to join the express to Mel journe. FIRE AT "RESERVE. The fire hell rang out an alarm at Midnight on Tuesday, and caused a stir among the townspeople.' An old building on the Recreation Reserve ivas found to be on fire. The brigade were on the scene promptly, and the Barnes were soon extinguished. J. - PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. In their report of the work of the Warracknabeal Progress Association for February and March, the execu tive committee state that the period has been most progressive. Meet ings have been held weekly. The membership has increased, and the at tendances have been satisfactor...
CONFERENCE AT HOPETOUN. NORTH-WESTERN MUNICIPALITIES CONFER. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 April 1914
CONFERENCE AT HOPETOUN. ■NORTH-WESTERN MUNICIPALI TIES CONFER. A conference of north-western mu« nicipalities was held in the Shire Hall, Hopetoun, on Tuesday, to dis cuss the questions of drift sand, noxf« ous weeds, and other matters. &lt;Jr. Marshman,' president of the Karka rooc Sliire, was the chairman. Borung was represented by Crs. Potter and Pendlebury. ' The drift sand question was dis. cussed -at great length. A motion was carried requesting the Minister of Public Works'to take, steps to em* power councils to frame and adopt a by-law making land holders respon* sible for tlie removal of sand from roads, streets, or highways which may accumulate through land holders fallowing land within a specified dis tance ,of the road, street, or high way. With regard^to ^the noxious" weeds question, the following motion was carried:—"TbJat a'deputation pro» test against the various councils hav« ing to keep ail Crown, lands clean." On the motion of Cr. Pendlebury it was decided...
The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, APRIL 3rd, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 April 1914
THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY,: APRIL 3rd, 1914. It would appear from statements published in New South Wales tliat ■Socialists are prepared to go any . lengths in order to bolster up their theories. One of the fallacies put for* ward by the Labor Party is that a leasehold tenure is preferable to free hold, and in'this connection Mr. Trefle, the Minister of Lands, is accused of misrepresenting the desire of far* mers. it is said that he made 70 blocks of land on the Boorabil Estate, in the Lake Cudgellico district, avail able for settlement,-of which 02 were on the "homestead farm tenure"—a pet title with the Socialists—and eight of them settlement purchases. Here was a chance for farmers to show their partiality for a titled There were 891 applicants for the 62 lease hold blocks, anii only five for those under freehold . title. This. seemed ;—-coaclnsix&..,and • the Minister's com* - ment was tha...
ST. ANDREW'S GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 April 1914
ST. ANDREW'S GUILD. The annual meeting of St.. An drew's Guild was hold in the Presby terian School'Bull, \vhen the election of officers for the ensuing session took place, and the .balance-sheet ivas read and- adopted. The cliair was occu pied by Mr. T. C. Allsop, vice-presi dent of the guild for 1913, and sub sequently by Mi;. iD. -McNeisli, the president elect for the present year. The. secretary (Miss A. Cameron) ; in her report, disclosed a most suc cessful past • session. The attend ance and membership were satisfac tory, and the debates, literary, and social evenings 'were much apprecia ted.--Besides the work on the sylla bus, the: guild during-1913 was res ponsible for the creation of three .im portant organisations, viz., the Pro gress Association, the Warraoknabeal Shakespeare Society, and the St. An drew's; -Harriers'- Club :' ;; Regretrwas /expressed" at the^'PosiT of several influential " members, . not-, ably .that of the president, Mr. J. Can non,": to whose efforts t...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 April 1914
IN MEM0R1AM. REINHOLTZ—In loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father, G. Reinlioltz, who died April 4th, 1913, Dearest loved one, we have laid thee In the peaceful grave's embrace. But thy memory will be cherished, Til! we see they heavenly face. •Inserted by his wife and family. WOOLGOCK.-—In fond and loving memory of my , dear brother, Frank Woolcock, who died at Warracknabeal on April 2nd, 1911. Jesus, Infinite Redeemer, Maker of this mighty frame, ' Teach, O teach us to remember, What we are, and whence we came. "Whence we came and whither wend ing, , Soon we must through darkness go, To inherit bliss unending, Or eternity of woe. •Inserted by his loving brother.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 April 1914
W. H 3rd & 4th APRIL New Goods in all Departments. "Where Everything Is Best by Actual Test." for Best Values J. Twyfbrd, Builder and Contractor, " The " bailee " Joinery Works, Wooleott Street, Builds tO Bult your requirements In any part of the District. Doors, Fly Doors, Sashes, and Frames on hand and Made to Order. Wall Papers, Ironmongery, and all building requirements supplied at Lowest RateaT"' v.,.. - . - : &lt; Agent tor Royal Exchange Assurance Co., Forbes' Tube Trussed Equal ising Swings. Farmers call and Inspect. GRAIN SE&SOM. SPECIAL NOTICE to Farmers, Grain Dealers, Agents MLKTY OOfiPAfff LTi Wool, Grain & Produce Brokers, Melbourne, ABB PBBPABBD TO BEOKIVE CONSIGNMENTS OF - , . WHEAT, FLOUR, OATS, BARLEY, MAIZE, PEAS, And GRAIN of all descriptions. At their Warehouse#; Newmarket, for «ale In the Melbourne Market, or tor Shipment to/London, All Grain carefully marked" on receipt Into stpre a?11N1ew™alJ&lt;1®|!-a?^ *»M Identical b...
PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 April 1914
PROPERTY SALES. Messrs. Hagelthorn and Bolton re port having disposed of the following properties:'—On " account of Mr. .T. McMahoiii'. 253 acres of the Darriwill Estate near Geelong, to Mr. G. R. Lenilte; on account of owner, 140 acres in the parish of Paraparap. to Mr. 11. J. Leibhardt; on account of Mrs. J. Lemke, 200 acres in the parish of Gnarwarre, to Mr. J.. MoMahon, all at satisfactory prices. Total sales, £7976. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 April 1914
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