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ENTERTAINMENTS COLE'S DRAMATIC COMPANY. "WITH THE COLORS." [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 7 April 1914

entertainments COLE'S DRAMATIC COMPANY. "WITH THE COLORS." The Bohemian Dramatic Company continued Its season. In Wa'rracknabeal on Friday night, when a vigorous dm-, nia, "With the .Colors," was produced in the canvas theatre. There was again a fairly large audience. The play.dealt with the.SouHi African war, [and many striking'"incidents gave the members of the company an oppor tunity for'the display cfl their versa tile talents. ' SUCCESSFUL.'/MATINI5IC. On Saturday afternoon •a' toy ma tinee took place, when the touching dramn. "Uncle Tom's Cabin," founded on Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe's celo "bratod novel, was most successfully presented. At the close of the enter tainment each child was presented with a toy as a souvenir of the com pany's visit. There was a largo at tendance, and 'the gift presentation was a matter, of considerable maKni* Hide. The children were delighted with the performance and presents. AUSTRALIAN DRAMA. The theatre was well filled 011 Sa turdny night, when...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 7 April 1914

STAR PICTURES. The popular interest in the pro grammes submitted by "Hie Star Pic ture Company is well sustained. Oil Saturday evening .the list' comprised a'.nice variety of subjects, all ot wlilcli were splendidly portrayed, and were highly Interesting and enjoyable. The star picture .was ta remarkable produc lion, entitled, "A Hero Among Men." The scene of a striko, the burning of a factory, and the ..heroic manner in which a clerk risked his life to save Ills .employer and his daughter wore truly realistic, and profound Interest . was sustained till a happy climax was reached. Two other dramas of an 1n teresting and stirring character were entitled, "Groundless Suspicion," and "The. Spell of Primeval," both of » which, were well received. A beauti ful'scenic picture dlsolosed the "Tnl Mafial". in India. The architecture of this /building was magnificent. The "Eclair Journal" portrayed many in" t'eresting-it'ema,'amongst others': being latest, tailor-made robe, St. Catherine Day ...

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DALLY & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 7 April 1914

DALLY & CO. A very striking and "brilliant dis play was made by Messrs. Dally & Co. It is doubtful if a finer show of new seasons goqds has ever been seen in Warracknabeal. Six windows were trimmed for the, opening show. The millinery window, was the center of attraction. The models shown were made in the firm's workrooms by ."Miss Burgess and her assistants. -Most of the smart shapes have an abrupt turn up at the left side, and nearly all are made with so/t crowns and block' ed brims. A very striking model was made in black chiffon plush, with a high flare on the left side, and had a trimming of ostrich feathers, one of which was placed under the brim, while the "other curls over and stands above the crown. A very extreme model in, tete-de-negre, with extended flare et the left side, and trimmed with a lovely plume, was greatly admired. Very smart also are the small close fitting shapes, on which the trimming is placed over the right front. Many 1 of the mounts show...

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S. HUTCHINSON & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 7 April 1914

S. HUTCHINSON & CO. The massive windows of the big corner store were again prominent on. Friday night, and attracted a - great crowd, who expressed delight at the very fine display of autumn and win ter goods. The firm have upheld their reputation for style and quality, and their progressive policy was manifest in the splendid variety shown in every department of the new season's buying. If "coming events cast their shadows before them;" there is pro mise of a busy season for .the millin ery and dress departments of this enterprising store. The styles in ladies' millinery are, perhaps, the most taking for many years. In size, small to medium prevails. Good black vel vet, crown turned smartly at the side, with colored mounts, will certainly predominate. A number of models were on view, and enthusiastic refer ence to their beauty was not wanting. The most prominent were a pretty emerald green velvet, rim finished with two rows of pearls and black mount; a black tagel, flame sa...

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CRAIG & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 7 April 1914

CRAIG & CO. Craig and Co. still sustains its re putation for being one of the most up to date and picturesque of "Wim mera shops. The display on Friday evening excelled all others in the or iginality of the arrangements, as well as the exceptional quality of its goods. The new season's models are distinctly attractive in their "variety of style and design, and Craig and Co.'s windows were furnished • 'with materials which would attract and fascinate the most fastidious. AmongU the dress materials shown were Wol verton suitings, velour cloths, done* gal tweeds, fancy tweeds, black and white checks, jacquard materials, sponge cloths, coteles, and home spuns. Then there are the daintier materials for evening and afternoon wear in the form of satin orientals, crepe de chine, crepe ninon, and bro cade, all of which were represented in all the luring shades of the artist. As buttons play a most important part in the trimming of the autumn and winter dresses, 'this firm showed un l...

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WEDDING. HANCOCK—AVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 7 April 1914

WEDDING. HANCOCK—AVERY. A quiet but pretty wedding was so lemnised at the Aubrey Methodist Church, on Wednesday, March 25th, when Miss .. Alice Hancock, ,eldest daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. Hancock, ■was united iu matrimony to Mr. Hu bert Avery, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Avery, of Dimboola. The officia ting minister was the Rev. T.. Alday. The church was prottily decorated for the occasion.:. 'Miss Eva Hewitt pre-;, sided at the organ. -The bride - was daintilv attired in Ivory pailette silk, with the .customary .wreath and veil, and, carried .a bouquet of. white flow* er6~ and asparagus forn. The bride was attended by Miss Beatrice Han. cock, sister, and Miss ISlva Avery, sis ter of the bridegroom. The bride* groom was supported by Messrs. L, and A. (Hancock, brothers of the bride. ! After the ceremony the guests pro ceeded to "Alverton," the residence ot the bride's parents, where: a sumptu ous breakfast was partaken of, the usual toasts being honored. The hap» py; couple motored ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 7 April 1914

POUIjTRY breeding. At McComb^'s. Hall this evening a " ; lecture on "Poultry Breeding" will be -,• given under tlie auspices or the Agri- ' cultural Socicty Lantern views will be scieeued, and the lecture should provo interesting and instructive. i : Many of the women folk-davoto a ' good deal of attention to poultiy, and they are urged to attend. At the close a demonstration of poultry drea- __ . slug «1U ho gi\ou. « S • » "* ' 'i ' 1 i »f'

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The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, APRI L7th, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 7 April 1914

PHE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH ' SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, APRI L7tli, 1914. ProbaWy never has the conference of Premiers undertaken the discussion jf more important questions than those which engaged their attention last week. Some important resolutions have been come to, viz.—(1)' That Earl Grey's proposal to provide accom modation at the Aldwych site in the Strand, London, for the representa tives of the oversea dominions be ap proved ; (>2) that uniform legislation or regulations, in pursuance of the decision of the Pure Food Conference, 1912, be approved by each State as soon as possible; (3) that Australia be represented at the Panama Exhibi tion; and (4) that the question of a uniform gauge for Australia be refer red to the Inter-State Commission foi report. Dealing with the relations be teen the Commonwealth and States on the subject of immigration, Jfr. Glynn, Minister tor External Affairs. | said mat the Commonwealth...

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GIRL'S LONG RIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 7 April 1914

GIRL'S LONG RIDE >Miss Grace ."Waugh, the lG-year-old girl, "who started to ride 11 days ago from Melbourne to Sydney on a 14' hands pony, concluded her jburney;on' Friday. When she reached tfie Syd ney Post. Office she was greeted with hearty cheers.' She says tbatvtlio; most; exciting experienceon. the long; ride was when she eamo. to -a placo,: where a bridge' over a oroolt had been ] washod awav, and she made tbe.pouy;i swim across with her on his' back. ■Miss Waugh, who is ■well, has joined hVirth's Circus. ,

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 7 April 1914

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S AFFAIRS. The year's affair.^ iu connection with the Agricultural Society wero placed before tho subscribers at tlie annual meeting on Saturday last, and the position disclosed was considered satisfactory. There was an increaso in. members' fees and donations amoun ting to £4S, but the gate receipts at the show, owing to adverse weather j conditions, fell short of the previous year. The amount taken was £151 ' 9/. Otlier receipts were about up to the average. In prize money the so ciety gave away the substantial sum of' £363 13/9, while £178 6/5 was the amount spent ou improvements. Most of this money was expended in drain ing, levelling, and grading the ground and filling up depressions. At tho commencement of the year the over draft was £51$ 0/0, and at the close the liability was £589 8/9, an inorease of £71 6/3. On this' indebtedness bank interest to the.amount of £43 1/2 was paid. Though the member ship shows an increase this year, the i president found on...

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DRESS AND FASHION. SEASON'S DISPLAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 7 April 1914

DRESS AND FASHION. SEASON'S DISPLAYS. Attractive displays of the new sea son's millinery, dress materials, etc., were made at the drapery establish ments 111 the town on Friday evening, and again on Saturday. There is a wide range of choice articles, and the lavish provision made for the season's requirements should appeal irresis tibly to the feminine mind. The charm of dress is all subduing, and there is something to suit every mood and taste. Hats are on view in the win dows, exquisite in shape, and of colors to suit the most fastidious taste. In j the matter of raiment, customers arc equally well catered for. Every line of habiliment may be procured, and tho values leave nothing to be desired. The windows and interior of the shops were beautifully arranged for the open ing iiisht, and brisk business may bo expected during the next few weeks.

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JANES & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 7 April 1914

JANES & CO. > : This business, which Is always to the fore in style of goods shown, dis played the season's*fashions- to greater j advantage than ever on this occasion, new windows..,with .mirrors having just, been installed in the No. 1. store. The shop front, i which, now . presents a very attractive appearance,. has. four spacious . plate- glass windows, . . and .these were ' very artistically^- dressed witH the smartest and be3t in. autumn I and winter drapery, etc.v On© /jvindow \ devoted to dress goods showed . in tempting style a variety of tweeds, Paris cords, velour cloths, and the now checks, hud came In for goneral admiration. Thev millinery window display was also a source of great at traction, the dressing being In a color schome of gold and tango, while, the models comprised all the newest crea tions of the milliner's art. Felts' in the. softer tones of copper, tango, brick, and mustard, were mostly in evidence, and were trimmed in be coming and bewitching s...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

NEWS OF THE DAY. Sydney has a recrudescence of small-pox, the outlook being serious. A pen of fowls in the Burnley egg. laying competition laid an average of 278 eggs each in the year just closed. This is a world's record.. * The butchers of Broken 'Hill have increased -.prices by Id. per lb. and 2d. per lb. for choice cuts, as the result of the drought arid scarcity of stock. 'During the manoeuvres at Seymour on; Tuesday a . soldier ^attempted to stop bolting horses, and was run over 'J>y a Sun carz'iage. He was seriously injured,. ' . William Davis, one o£ the. 12 .persona who; were Injured by a boltiig horse '■ at the Sydney .Show on Good Friday,' .died in the Sydney Hospital. He was kicked in the abdomen. : ■ . . .Some weeks: ago a well known Mel bourne accountant: suddenly disappear ed. A .warrant lias now been issued for .Ills arrest, on. a charge, of-larceny as a'Servant of £120;; the money of the Charlie 'Cars,. Ltd., Melbourne. ' A pleasant: gathering was," held at the r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

AUCTIONS. XOtlNG BROS., > Auctioneers, r8took and Station Agents, land, Finanoe, and Commission Agents, HORSHAM, NHILL, HAMILTON AND WARRACKNABEAL. Branch Offices at Ararat, Murtoa, Mlnylp, Nhil), Rupanyup, Dimboola, Casterton, Donald,; Tera°G> Balmoral, and Goroke; also WolBley, S.A. AGENTS FOR:— Dennys, Lascelles, Limited, \Vool and Ornln Brokers, Stock and Station Agents, Geelong and Melbourne. The Australian Mutual! Provident Society. The National Fire Insurance Co. of New Zealand. The Ballarat Banking Co. Limited. The Australasian Mutual Live Stock Insurance Society Limited. And business arrangements with all the leading firms of auctioneers In New South Wales and South Australia. Auction sales ot HorseB, Cattle, Sheep" held af Horsham, Nhill, Hamil ton, Murtoa, Mlnylp, Warracknabea), Beulah, Hopetoun, Rupanyup, Donald, Dimboola, Kanlva, Natlmuk, Goroke,'Dunkeld, Casterton, Cavendish, Strath downie, Balmoral, To'rang, and Lake Bolac. MONEY TO LEND AT LOWEST RATES. Warrack...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

DON'T NEGLECT. A Common Case of Piles. It May " Lead to Serious Results. , When people generally understand that ail" such fatal diseases as Fistula, Ulcer of the Rectum, Fissure, etc., al most invariably begin in a simple case of Piles, they will learn the wisdom of taking prompt treatment lor the first appearance of this trouble. Doan's "Ointment is un'equalled for every form oC.Piles, .Itching, ,Bleeding, Protruding, and. filind Piles, and hundreds of lives Uaye.beeri saved by using this cheap, , but effective remedy right at the start, because at such time a single pot has ' often effected a cure, wliile in the old, deep-seated chronic cases, several pots are sometimes necessary. Here ii a case :— ' • rlfr. jE. G. Ridgweli, late of Scott streei; Warracknabeal, and now living in'i'ileibourae,' says "I suffered for a'look'time from itching piles, and in spite of all the remedies I tried, could get 110 relief. At times the irritation | iviis unbearable. A frieiid advised me to.'use...

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STOCK AND LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

STOCK AND LAND SALES, i Messrs. Young Bros, report .having sold during tho month of'March ;•—! 129,Sol sheep, 204 rams, 7S0 cattle, 9G21 horses, and 1'stallion. Total number sold for current year—1st January to 31st March (three months)j—<346,943 sheep, 594 rams, 2232 cattle, 1505 horses, and 1 stallion. Land.—The following areas of land totalling 6392 acres, have been sold for the sum of £25,305 ;—Account E. G. Hoffmann, Nhill district, 31? acres, at £7 10/, -to J. U Hoile; W. J. Green hill, 700 acres, to J. Brodribb; Mr. O'Callaghan, Donald, 600, acres on lease; Jno. Poultou and .Sons, Hope tomi. 3700 acres, to It. G. Beggs, Hop kins Hill, also 1274 . acres and 420 acres freehold and 200,000 acres lease land, to Chas. Poulton; .administratrix estate J. Thornbuni, Diinboola, the balance" of building allotments," to Jno. McKenzJe; Gerlaeh • Bros., allot ment of land, to John Allan; A. G.; Talbot, Dimbooja, 300 acres, to F. H. J. Talbot; A; G. Talbot, Hopetouh, ISO acres, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

WARNING. OPTICAIi QUACKS are vory nu merous in this country. . They travel from house to house preying upon, the weak und old with promises of marvellous cures of all kinds of "eye troubles," with a patented "fam ous fictitious named , lens." . Prom time to time I have tried to warn you. Optical Fakers are in the country every week. Reliable men do not travel from house to house. If you get "bit" you have no one to blame flint yourself. In addition to the swindling done by such grafters, the iharm and Injuries they sell cannot be • over estimated. - f !■■■ Tliepeople should consider carefully the reputation and 'honesty of the man , whom they entrust with their eyes. 1 visit your town every eight weeks and hold consultations at the Com mercial Hotel. I do not canvass from house to house. Professional men do not do that sort of thing. • My next visit to your district is aa under:— MINYIF, Saturday March 21, at Shamrock Hotel. WARRACKNABEAL, all day Mon day, March 23,- at Commercial H...

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BEULAH. PURCHASE OF PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

BEULAH. (From our Correspondent.) PURCHASE OF (PROPERTY. Mr. 0. G. Gale, of Galaquil East, has just purchased the property adjoining him known as T. Bell's, containing 930 acrcs at a very satisfactory'price. •CURRENT CUT OFF. On Friday evening last halt of the town-had its electric light current cut ! Off through the mischievous act of some children. The defect was not no ticed until lighting up time, when it was found that one circuit was broken. Mr. M. Hill, the engineer in charge, spent the greater ;part of the night examining the house connections and street switches, and it was at daylight that the cause was found to be a small piece of twisted wire iaugled. between two of the cables on the distributing mains near the weir. The wire had | been thrown there by some children I during, the day. TOWN PROPERTY SOL/D. A sale of street property took pla^e last week,^Mr..\Vm. Barratt disposing of land, shop, and dwelling, known as i Hyiand's, where a fruit and vegetable | business has ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

Recommends them to his Customers. '.■.-"For some .time f suffered with In digestion caused by disordered liver and stomach," says Mr. 0.11. Uarvoy, Gypsum street, Hallway Town, Uro Iten Illll, N.S.W. "The only'; tiling that gave me relief - was Chamber Iain's Tablets, and I consider them unequal for disorders of the liver and sitomnch: I Block ' (Item in my shop, jml recommend them to all uiy cus tornors;. in i'aci i cannot speak , too iUglily oi OhaffiJborlain'3.Tablets." Sold Hutchinson and Go-.-and . Ji: N. .Vooicott. . . i __j2i25E | . THONB. No. 15. J. N. WOOLGOTT, \ .> ' Registered Dentist, Scott Street ... Warracknabeal. Next Door to his Well Known Pharmacy. | . ^ May ha Cod suited Dally. Beulali, Tuesday, March 31st;

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FARMER'S HEAVY LOSS. HORSES GORGED WITH WHEAT. FOUR ANIMALS SUCCUMB. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

farmer's Heavy loss. HORSES GORGED WITH WHEAT. TOUR ANKMALS SUCCUMB. .Mr. E. Dart, of Wilkur, had the mis fortune to lose four valuable draught horses. On the night of the 4th Inst, the working team of six horses wore turned into a large stubble' paddock in which Mr. H. Byron, of Banger.mg, had, some seed wheat stacked in a yard. On Sunday afternoon Mr: Dart wont to bring the horses home, and found, to his dismay, that the animals had got into the wheat stack and gor> ged themselves. tMr. Dart sent with all possible speed to Warracknabeal for a veterinary surgeon. Mr. \V. Dart motored him (»Mr. 'laikey) out, arriving at dark, and as is usual in cases of this kind, the horses were very bad by' tills time, for notwith standing the remedies used, four of them afterwards died, and the other two are, perhaps, more or less affec* ted for life." It is a great pity that :t is not. mora commonly known that there iS'.a simple and sure cure for wheat in. horses, providing it is given in tim...

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