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GOLDEN WEDDING. CELEBRATION AT BEULAH. MR. AND MRS. P. BARBARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

I GOLDEN WEDDING. CELEBRATION AT BEULAH. 'M'R. 'AND iMKS. P. UARDARY. I A unique company assembled at the j homo of .Mr. and Mrs. P. Barbary, i "I-Jaltou House," -Beulah, on Saturday afternoon, April 11th, for tlie purposo of dolus; honor to the old couple on the occasion of the celebration of their I golden wedding. -Both. air. and Mrs. I Barbary are very highly esteemed re sidents, having tbeen in the district close on 20 years. They were mar* rted at Salisbury, South Australia, on April 11th, 1864, by the Rev. W. Nich ols. They followed farming pursuits i in South Australia, came to tli«e mal ; lee when it was opened up, and suc cessfully farmed at Beulah West un* ; til four years aso, when they retired, ! and settled in Beulah. .Their family 1 consists of three sons and seven . daughters, n 11 of whom are married, and they have 32 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Toasts suitable to the occasion were honored. The Itev. Green, in proposing the toast of the bride and br...

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

Swears By It. ■y "My . Uttle grandchild Olive was attached with bronchitis, and nothing .Istried did her any • good," says 'Mrs, E, Headifen, 186 Tasman street.Now town, N.Z. "Having seen Chamber. Ia,n's :Cough Remedy, advertised as being, most effective in the' treatment of .bronchitis, I thought I would try it. , I did so, and it gave, her: immo-; vdiate relief,from, the lirst-dose..- Now 11 swear, by Chamberlain's- Cough Re. Imedy." Sold by, Hutolilnson and Co. ' and J. N. Woolcott,

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WALLUP. WATER SHORT AND FEED SCARCE [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

WALLUP. (From our Correspondent.) WATER SHORT AND FEED SCARCE The general topic at present is the dry weather and shortage ol water. Feed is practically done in the pad docks and stock is showing the. ef fects of being on dry feed for such a ■length af time. Hand feeding Is being resorted to In some instances, which entails a lot of work. The majority of dams are dry, or nearly so, find there is no probability of having them re plenished from the Trust channels for some time. Farmers who have to cart water are complaining bitterly of the dilapidated state of the pumps at Trust dams. If. the dry weather con tinues much longer the lambing will he vary, ipoor, as there.,is riot a res tige of green'feed for the ewes. Sum mer fallowing lias been. general for some time. Where the laud Is not too hard, a greater -quantity -Ulan usual has boon done. . HORSES SUCCUMB.' . Golds in a severe form havo boon prevalent amongst horses, In some ' cases proving fatal

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

TENNIS.^ A tennis match -was played between South Cannum and Ailsa North on the courts oi the latter. Results ; A. Reed and J .Inkster (C) lost to J. Hunter "and l\ Inkstei-,4—G; heat Hooper and. A., Kinghorn, 6—}, and 'Dwyer and J. iMllbourne, 6—4. F. Hayter and' McDonald (O.) beat Hun ter.and. lulcster,.5—2; Dwyer.aiid Mil-"' bourne,1 6—1, aiid Hooper and King-, horn, 6—0. D. -Scott and .T. Mclntyro (C;)j lost to Dwyer and'Milfo'ourne, 4— <5; P. Inkster and Hunter,' 0—6, and beat Hooper and KingUorn, C—5. Mtsa Hart and 'P. Clarke beat. Mlss P. Hol land and L. Hayter, 6—4, and lost to same, 5—<&. Misses lMcK.eu7.ie and •Lang lost to Mrs. Mtlbooirne and Misa Hunter, 1—G' .. and 4—6. . The1 totals were South Cannum, <50: A'llsa North,, 53. : C. (Bate, of Warracknaheal; competed in the singles championship ill a tour nament held by the iStawell Club dur ing the holidays, but went- out in the second round,; being defeated by C. P. Vaughan, of Ba...

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THE RACING. EASTER GIFT, 130 yards. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

THE RACING. EASTER G'IFT, 130 yards. Soml-Finals.—iHeat winners.—First heat—W. Robinson, time 11 4-5 sees. Second heat—J. Dawborn, time 11 4-5 sees. Third Jieat—0-. R. Saran, time 12 sees. Fourth heat—E. 'Carter, time II 4-5 sees. iFSftb heat—>L 'White, 12 2-5 sees. Sixth lieat—L. A. Beyor, 11, 4-5 sees. FINAL. W. ROBINSON, 12 yds. .. 1 C. R. SARAN, 14 yds 2 h. A. -BEYER, 12>/2 yds. ., 3 'E. CARTER, 7 yds 4 As the men jumped off, Dreghorn, stumbled and almost fell. By the time he got into his stride, the others 1 were j'&rds ahead. At the 70 yds. mark, Saran led Beyer and White, with -Carter fast .malting up ground. Robinson showed up about 30 yards, from home, and finishing with a line burst, won by a foot. . SaratS, Beyer, and Carter lilt the .worsted altogether in a bunch. It was a 'great race, not more than a yard separating the four placed men. White was fifth, and Dreghorn sixth. Time, 11 4-5 sees. Betting—6 to 4'on Robinson, 2 to 1 against -Saran, 5' to 1 Beyer,...

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ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA THEATRE. "LAST DAYS OF POMPEII." [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA THEATRE. "l/AST DAYS OF POMPEII." . Patrons wore splendidly catered for ut tlio iMelba Theatre during the holi days. lAimong many fine pictures pro. jeeted, the outstanding attraction was "The Last "Days of Rompeii," a mag* niflcent film, 7000 feot. in- length, adapted .from Bulwer Lytton's famous novel, and which was produced at enormous cost. This colossal .produc- j tion, takes rank as one or the greatest1 achievements of the cinematographic art, and all who wore privileged to witness It were imprsesed with the grandeur and awe-inspiring character of the panorama presented. 'The por trayal of a ipicture of this class in Warracknabeal is indicative of the en terprise of the management, and the impression made as this .fine hlstori. cal drama was unfolded will not soon be forgotten. Other notable films shown here -were most impressive, but' nothing superior or anoro amazing than this remarkaible reproduction of scenes associated' with the last days of the Pompe...

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SILVER WEDDING. MR AND MRS. W. J. ROBERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

SILVER WEDDING. MR AND MRS. W. j. ROBERTS. At the invitation'of Mr. :and Mrs. W. J. Roberts, of Beulali East, a gather ing of their neighbors and Iriends as sembled at; their,,home: on Friday evening, April 10th;.;to celebrate the', occasion of their:silver wedding. The Roberts: family -were amongst the. flrst. settlers to take up land- on the Beu lali East side,'Mr. Roberts, with liis wife, having arrived from Graen . Plains; South Australia, '23 years'ago. They have resided on-the - same allot ment ever since,--ifnd have , reared a family; of ten. ..Thailand-, is . well im proved, and there is a. nice, comfort, able,- up to. date homestead, which s.peake. well: for the district,- and Is cerdltable to these, early settlers. The evening tooK the form of music, par lor, .games, :etc:,r after . which an ad journment .was'.-• made to.'the* supper tables,: which were lavishly laid .out. . There were, about .50- guests. Civ, Jas, Morley, who was in the chair, proposed the health of Mr. a...

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STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

8TAR PICTURES. The programmes ■ submitted at the Star Theatre- since our last issue have, ljeon el a highly interesting and en -joyable character. There were larg& audionces on each: occasion, and -fre quent outbursts of applause testified to the appreciation of tho onlookers. One of; the': most. Interesting, produc tions was, ''From Pit to Pot,' a, .film showing all the methods employed in the pottery ti'ade..,- .^"In. the.JIidst^of the Jungle"-was .another,.fine iproduc tion. This depicted a hunting expedi. tion through .the.heart.of., the,jungle, and the"; cleverness of the ;• hunters.:; in shooting,; and trapping'the . numerous wild animals was oagorly watched hy those present; Sccnic pictuVes ofrave beauty toolc the spectators for-a, trip to "Tho Isle of Skye," "The new for rest," the numerous ..waterfalls,; and other picturesque5.•views:.-,being;inagui Hcent. "The Daily Film" depicted in cidents of recent date in different parts of tho world,.and proved very interestin...

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THE MAGIC ART. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

THE MAGIC ART. A second entertainment was given at the'iMelba Theatre on Tuesday even ing, 7th inst., iby "The Mysterious Aub rey." There was a large audience and the 'keenest interest was displayed in the work of- the illusionist. ,As on the first occasion; Mr. Htzsimmons provi ded an excellent programme, his skill and dexterity in the elusive art being exceptionally good. Special attrac tions were annonuced, and these were successfully carried out. "The milk can escape" was executed ^to the be wilderment of the onlookers, and they were also ibaffled by a clever .import sonation of .leading musiaians. Mr. Fitzsimmons also demonstrated his ability to free his hands from hand* cults used "by the police. \ .Most of the work/done by leading illusionists was performed with perfect ease, and with such cleverness as to -completely mystify the audience. In the. second part of the ! entertainment -Mr. Fitz simmons once more showed how hyp notic <power may be .developed and ex erc...

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

It Has No Equal. v "I .had .cramping .pains In tho sto mach, and nothing gave me ease," says •MA..' A. /ones," Main l'oad, Mt. Clear, Yic. "Aa a number of iny customers .swear . Tjy-Chamberlain's Colic- s'aiid Diarrhoea'Remedy,:I thought .1:.would give :it .a trial, , and l .got relief atter -the ■first: dose., I think thero is'noth ing equai to: Chamberlain's Colic anil uiarrhoea -Remedy lor pains in the stomach." . Sold , by Hutohinaon and Co. anfl J. N. Woolcott.

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

OBITUARY. '-Mrs. Jane Heath died at the real deuce of her daughter, Mrs. Adam Coll, ot Oliallambra, on the loth inst aua°Htint I"'''0 possosse<1 estimable qMDlitips ami was very highly esteem ed, attained the ripe age of S3 years The cause of death was senile decav Mrs. Heath was. one of the pioneera or the State, having been a colonist, foi GO years. She was the mother of Messrs. Heath-Bros., all of whom are well known and respected. One son and one daughter are now living In .New South Wales. The body was in terred in. the Beaufort cemetery, with the remains of her late husband.' In their bereavement the family and're latives will have the sympathy of many •.rlends. ..Ur.iT. E. Gardiner car ried out the fmieral. arrangements. Air. and Mrs. Peter Jiae, of ICella lac, will have the sympathy of many friends in a sore (bereavement which* they have -sustained, their son, Aubrev Allan, having passed away at Nurse Burgess Hospital on 'Sunday last. The boy, who was three years ...

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SPORTING NEWS. TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

SPORTING NEWS. TURF. Tine weather favored the' various gatherings on Easter Monday, but backers generally did not have a very, good time. At -Sydney the Doneaster'Handicap on .Saturday was won by a 20 to -1 1 chance in First Principle, who was followed homo by Gisandra and Taiii) ter.. ... As we predicted, Clontaft won the Hurdle Race, in Sydney, aiid Tin-to, another of our-selections for Ade laide, paid a dividend in the big stee? plechase. Most of the punters missed the Syd ney 'Cup; as iLilyveil, although it star, ted "favorite, did not come into; tho market Aill very late. Gold Rrew also won a ^race for Vic* toria, as also did The iMiser in Syd» ney. The ^Sydney Cup was won by Lily, veil, a West Australian horse, - with MuHifoil second,' and Belove third. tiUyveil started at 5 to 1. The time, 3min. 2CMrsecs., was-a record. • Th<^ .Williamstown JSaster Cup -was won by ■ La George, with Hamburg Belle second, 'and Avonwort third. Kelvin, who won the Hurdle Race at Adelai...

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

Bought a Bottle, "1 had pains in my legs which -the. doctor said was rheumatism," writes Mr. Rott. Cochrane, Builder, Walml ha,j N.Z. "Ilia lotion did- me no good, and I suffered misery. I saw a friend using some liniment, which he told me was Chamberlain's Pain'Halm, and of-, l'ered; me lila bottle, to ;try. It- , It did me so much good.that I; bought. a bot tic- myself, and was soon, freo of all Ipalna. Sold by Hutchinson and Co., ' and J. N. 'Woolcott.

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KARKAROOC COUNCIL. SUMMARY OF BUSINESS. DISSATISFIED WITH ROAD GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

KARKAROOC COUNCIL. SUMMARY OF BUSINESS. DISSATISFIED WITH ROAD GRANT. At the ordinary meeting of the above council the chair was occupied by the president, Cr. C. Marshman.* M. Hill, electrical engineer at Beu lah, applied for an increase in his sal ary owing to work expanding. The president spoke as to the excellent qualities of -Mr; Hill, and thought that he was entitled to extra remuneration He moved that his salary be increased to £208 per annum. The motion was seconded by'Cr. "Gove and "carried. Dr. Morgan, Beulah, reported thres cases of'typhoid. H. Jenkins, Hopetoun, applied for position of weighbridge Keeper, and was appointed. The school committee, Hopetoun, asked the council to co-operate in pro viding baths for the town. Cr. Turriff said, the idea was to put down an ex cavation at the back of the school; and fill same from channel. The com mittee thought that the parent* would contribute towards cost of; same' He moved that the«. engineer be asked to confer, with the scho...

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JEPARIT SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

IEPARIT SPORTS. .The Jeparit' Athletic Club -Held its annual sports on Monday. It is efetiv mated that a substantial profit will bo made. Details Jeparit Gift; of £10,' 130 yards.—iP. Gebert (Ellam), ,16 yds., 1; M. Murphy (Willenabrina), 15 yds., 2; W. Pohlner (Ni. Ni),' U yds.,. *&. 100 Yards H^ndieap. of £3.—W. T. Bremian OBrim), II14 yds., 1; M, .Murphy (Willenabrina); il yds., 2; A; G.' Bickers ('Brim), lil yds., 3. Eas ter Handicap, , of £4, 220' yards.—P. Gebert (Ellam),. 24 yds., T; M.-Mur* phy. (Willenabrina), 23 yds., 2; . W, Pohlner (Ni Ni), 24 yds., 3. 44*0'Yards. Handicap, of £4.—W. Patterson (Jo-1 ;parit), 38 yds;, 1; W. H. Alay (Boyeo), 26- yds.; 2. Hurdle Race, of £4, '140 yards.—-A. Bickers (Brim), 13 yds.rl; O. 'S. Taylor (Brim), 14-yds., 2.' Swim ming: Race (adults)—<C. Logan, 1; L. Tilley, 2. iFire Brigade Events.—Reel sixes, of £9.-—Jeparit, 1; Hopetoun, 2. Nhill . and Rainbow also competed. Reel Fours, of £7.r-rRainbow No. 1, 20 sees., 1; Nhi...

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FEDERAL RETURNING OFFICERS. WIMMERA APPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

FEDERAL RETURNING OFFICERS. WIMMERA APPOINTMENT. I 1 'Divisional returning officers appoin. ted in Victoria include Mr. Joseph Bowe,. postmaster at Avoca for the Wlramera. ' The central statiou is Warracknabeal.

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FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. CENSURE MOTION TABLED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. CENSURE MOTION TABLED. In the House of Representatives Mr. Fisher, after a lengthy and rambling speech, attacking the Government for the abolition of day labor and lotting Mr. Tesdale Smith a contract without calling tenders, and other alleged, mis* demeaners, closed with an amendment declaring the Government worthy of censuie. * The 'House adjourned until 10.30 next day. Senator McGregor's referendum Bills were read a first time in the Senate, and trie Houses adjourned till May 6th.

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BRIM. HOME MISSION WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

BRIM; (From our Correspondent.) . ,HAM:R ^MISSION WORK. The afternoon service, at the local Methodist Church last Sunday week was conducted by Sister 'Bessie, the Homo Mission deputation; when a large and appreciative congregation was present. The usual, wjsek night meeting iii connection with the effort was held on the Thursday following, over which the Rev. T. Gr^en presi* ded. During the evening ;Miss. Evie Marshman contributed a solo, "The mission of the "rose," and 'Miss Lily Marshman an organ solo, "Invocation." Sister Bessie gave an interesting ad dress, dealing with rescue work with children and adults, and mentioned some pathetic details in connection therewith. A hearty vote of tlmnlcs was accorded the speaker at the close. SCHOOL -CLOSED. The decrease in the number of chil dren attending .the East Brim 'State school has decided the department to close it, and the head teacher, Misa Frieda Barth, was notified to that ef fect prior to the Easter holidays, also that she was ...

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

Hacking Cough:./ "For about two years my-son Efric had a nasty -hacking cough";says*Mr. Albert W. Coleman, "Caramba," Mon our'streot, Dulwich Hill, N.S."VV. "Then I gave him Chamberlain's Cough Tie-; rnedy, and after a few doses noticed lie had- greatly improved. Before we had 'given - him ■ the .whole bottle his cougli had completely disappeared. He Is now strong and.well,"and:gain, ing weight daily." Sold by Hutchin son and Co. and J. N. Woolcott.

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 April 1914

PERSONAL. Mr. W. Hutchinson, 'Minister for Ag riculture, spent (the Easter holidays at Lome. On Wednesday afternoon he left for the Beechworth district, in company with »Mr. Lawson, .Minister for Lands, and Dr. Cameron, Director of. Agriculture, to inquire into com plaints regarding the spread of the obnoxious weed known as St. John's Wort. I . After, residing at Aubrey for about] .17 years, Mr, and Mrs. S.:. Atkin. have decided to sever their connection with the district. Mr. Wm; Atkin, who is to be married on Wednesday next to Miss Marks, of Oakleigh, is taking charge of the property. Mr. and Mrs. Atkin left for Oakleigh on Wednesday. After 'the marriage of their son, they will go on to Traralgon to spend a few weeks with -relatives there. As to their future place of abode, they have not yet determined wihere the.v will reside, and they may return to Warracknabeal. 'If they should decide upon ithis course, they will be welcome ed as citizens of the town. A good many people have le...

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