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BORUNG SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914

borunc shire council. ORDINARY MEETING. The monthly mooting of tho Jionmg Council was' held-oil .Friday, when there wore present-—<Crs. Potter ('pre sident), Campbell, iMcIntyre, JBunge, Staintliorpe, Boyd, King, Schiekerllng, Dully, Dreiser/. Hewitt, and Pendle bury. COItllESPONiDENOE. Public, Health Department, with reference to requirements in connec tion with additions to Brim Publio Hall.—Referred to engineer. Public Health Department, stating Ifiat, if possible, an 'Inspection would be made of the .MelbaHall. •Lands Department, stating that tho Railway Department would agree to the construction of a pathway through (lie reserve on the creek provided.per mission was granted it to stack lire wood in the roadway. Railway Department, referring re finest for enlargement of culvert in hclsall street lor report.' , Hallway Department, declining to erect gate in fence at Sheep Hills station.—<Cr. Stalnthorpe suggested that the member for the district, Mr. Hutchin...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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GROWTH OF SOCIALISM. IMMENSE INCREASE IN GERMANY. BERLIN, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914

GROWTH OF SOCIALISM. IMMENSE INCREASE IN GERMANY. BERLIN, Friday Night. The . German Socialist Party has shown signs of considerable growth lately. Their numbers havk- increase ed from 70,000 to 1,052,350 this year.

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BULK HANDLING OF WHEAT. MR. THOMAS KING'S IMPRESSIONS. AN INTERESTING STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914

BULK HANDLING OF WHEAT. MR. THOMAS KING'S IMPRES. SIONS. AN INTERESTING STATEMENT. The bulk handling of wheat is . a question of vital importance to the farming community. Mr. Thomas King, formerly of "Willenabrina, who recently made an extended tour of the old country aud iCanada, gave special attention to the handling of grain iu bu).k, and a statement by him in re gard to the working of the system will be read' with interest "Mr. 'King writes as follows :— Having seen bulk handling of grain at different ports in Europe and Ca nada, I think the Canadian conditions lend themselves remarkably well to the bulk system.' The climate being cold, the grain does not harden suffi ciently to permit of the threader 'har vester, consequently the reaper and binder-is used-, and some of the wheat remains stooked in the fields for four and five -months, - This could-not bo so in our climate, as the grain would shoot, but the cold nights seem to pre> vent it doing so in Canada. The far mers bu...

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THE SUFFRAGETTE. FURTHER VANDALISM. BURNING AND BOMBS. LONDON, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914

THE SUFFRAGETTE. FURTHER^ VANDALISM. . BURNING AND BOMBS. .LONDON, Friday Night. Serious fires and bomb outrages due to the suffragette militant are re ported.from various parts of England. The bomb which was exploded on the pier at Yarmouth exploded with a re* port that was heard a mile away. The fire brigade attended promptly, but the fire which followed destroyed all the pavilion, save the iron frame. The damage is set dow« at £15,000. The usual suffragette literature gave the clue. The Empire Music -Hall at Kingston .on Thames, was also fired, damage to the extent of some £3000 being done. In another town , portion of the Pal* ace Skating -Rink was burnt, and here again the suffragette literature be« trayed the origin of the blaze. The linoleum works at Staines were badly damaged by "a fire to-day. Mrs. Pankhurst is arranging for a monster deputation at Buckingham Palace next .week to interview the King. ' The suffragettes have threatened that they will spoil the London "sea son...

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NEAL—CALLAWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914

NEALHCALrI/&vviA.Y; • A. popular wedding was;,celebrated at Christ Cliurcji, Warracknabeal, at 11.15 a.m;von Wednesday, April 8tli, when Mr. W.: 'R: Neal, second son>. of Mr. and- Mrs.: 'Neal, of. Charlton, as. married to .Miss Margaret Louisa?Cal laway, second, daughter of Mrs. T. H. arid the late T. -H.' Callaway, of •War racknabeal. The ; ceremony, .was,'.per formed by the 'Rev. P. W. Coupe, as sisted' by'the Rev. J.: G. Pollard;' The bride,' who'-was given away by Jklr,. F. H.: Bawden,' of Newport, .wore a beau-, tiful white -pailette slllt dross, hand somely --trimmed with fine mallnnes lace, with veil and wreath of oranso blossom,":: and carried,^as« handsome shower" bouquet of white: chrysanthe mums, dahlias;'-ands orangey, blossom. The first bridesmaid,; Miss;Lylie; Baw deh.'trieiid 'of hride.- woro a white.om-. broidered.' voile: dress^and vlaco . cap, and carried a pretty bouquet of pinlt hoath rosou and tjliryfranthninums, IJ with streamers of'pink silk. The / ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914

W. H. JANES Now Showing N,ew Goods in all •;"n ■ ; ••• . Departments. "Where Everything: is Best by Actual Test." ' .. ■ ' L: . ' for Best Values %}. iTwyford, Builder /and Contractor, L^The " Mallee" Joinery Works, : Wpolcott Street, Builds to suit 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 LoweBt Rates.. ■ ■■ . ■ Agent lor Royal Exchange Assurance Co., ForbesLTufoe Trussed Equal tslng Swings. •• Farmers call and Inspect. MELBOURNE and GEELONG WOOL SALES CONSIGN YOUR PRODUCE TO P|AI- &CO- NEWMARKET UriLUL 1 I LTD., or QEELONQ WOOL, GRAIN, '<& PRODUCE BROKER®, STQOK ANO STATION A<33NTS. FARMERS' CUPS k 8PECUUTT Whaa desired Clips are Hastened by Exports at a total east <rf,en»«l8M!i ' penny per lb. All Prodace'carefully.Valued l>y Eiporta prior to Bala Clients given choice ot any Market. SPECIAL DE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914

THE :r:^ioiieer » . ESTABLISHED 1S38.

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SHIRE VALUATIONS. DISCUSSED BY THE COUNCIL. NO APPOINTMENT THIS YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914

SHIRE VALUATIONS. DISCUSSED BY THE COUNCIL. NO APPOINTMENT THIS YEAR. At the Shire Council on Friday Cr. Pendlebury moved, in accordance with notice, that .Mr, W. Abbott be re-1 appointed valuer tor 1914. He said; his object in moving in the matter at this stage was to give the valuer more time to get the work done. Last year the period allowed was too short, i and this was not altogether satis factory. Cr. Schickerling seconded the mo tion. .Cr. Hewitt asked whether it was in order to appoint a valuer without first fixing his salary. Cr. Pendlebury said the salary was fixed last year at x50 per auuum. Cr. Mclntyre remarked that when the valuations were before the council last year he moved that they be re ferred back to the valuer, which was an indication that they did not meet with his approval. There had been several appeal cases, and they would cost the council a good deal.. He be lieved that if many ratepayers in the country had appealed against the as sessments that more reduc...

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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES UNION. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES UNION. half-yearly meeting. The half-yearly meeting of tho NortliAVestern Weights and Mea sures Union was held at the Shire Hall on Saturday, when t , nresent—Crs. Stainthorpe (chairman), and Pendlebury (Bortnts>r riband Hatcher (Karkarooc), Gibson (Uun nnmWe), Ryan . (Oimboola). and U ckinsou (Iiowan). The president ot CorunR Shlre (Or. Potter) and two visiting councillors from -Dinib<oon ■ were present, and were, accommodated with seats at tlie table. COHHKS POXOBN C E. From Shire of Walpeup, again ask ing to be admitted to the mu0" Cr! Pendlebury said this union had plenty of work to do at present, and as there was only one inspector, would be a mistake to enlarge th area. He moved that it be suggested that Walpeup endeavor to tornl ' union on its own line with neighbor shires, as it was felt that tne> could hardly get fair represenm km from this union, owing to t e j s ™ If the -Walpeup Sh.re, and culty the inspector would visiting that'terr...

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SALE OF RACEHORSE. VALUE DEPRECIATED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914

SALE OF RACEHORSE. VALUE DEPRECIATED. Arnisdale, which was - sold as a yearling for 750 guineas, was sold to day to C. iMcMahon for 30. guineas.

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DRINK IN RUSSIA. ASTOUNDING STATEMENT. ST. PETERSBURG, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914

DRINK IN RUSSIA. ASTOUNDING STATEMENT. ST. PETERSBURG, Friday. . The "Novo Vremya," a loading news paper makes an astounding statement oil the drink question in Russia. It asserts that the Governor of Voron josky, in South Russia, reports that 96. per cent, of the boys, and 5 per cent, of the girls in his district drink intoxi* |cants, and that children of. tender | years are frequently found drunk. ! Steps are being taken 'by the. Go* jvernment to stamp out the evil.

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FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. THE CENSURE MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914

FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. the censure motion. In the House of Representatives on Friday the -Prime (Minister, Sir. J". •Cook, defended the Government :against the attack made by the leadei. ot the Opposition He said that Mr. IFisher's speech alleged nothing, and •he denied having slandered Austra lia. They were all agreed that the •electoral rolls required purification, '•and this was proved .by" Mr. Knibbs. -He defended the Teesdale Smith con tract, saying that Mr. 'Fisher had per petrated a political job of making a half-million .contract -without imposing any penalty at all, and tliat Mr. O'Mal* ley had let the Powellising Company a £35,000 contract...without calling foi tenders. ■' .-Mr. Hughes supported the amend* ment in a speech delivered in sarcas tic vein. lit is understood that Ministers and their supporters have agreed not to waste time hy refraining from further speeches till the motion is dis posed of.

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CURE OF CANCER. PHYSICIAN'S ASSERTION. NEW YORK, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914

CUREkOF.cancer. PHYSICIAN'S ASSERTION. N13W YORK,_-Friday. Dr. \V. J. Mayo, one of the foremost of American' physicians, has made an assertion in regard to cancer. -He states" that it is. due. first to too much meat eating, and then to eating badly cooked meat.

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DIVORCE CASES. FORMER WARRACKNABEAL RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914

DIVORCE CASES. former warracknabeal resi dent. Daisy Byfield, dressmaker, 29 years, obtained an order for divorce from her husband, Alfred Byfield, who de* s'erted her six years ago to train as a prize fighter. Judge Hood adjourned the applica tion of Elizabeth Barrett, 'barmaid,..ot Ballarat, for divorce from {Joseph Barrett, formerly of Warraclcnabeal, -to allow of the submission of further evidence. ' .

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POLITICAL AFFAIRS. INITIATIVE REFERENDUM. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914

POLITICAL AFFAIRS. • INITIATIVE' REFERENDUM. Mr. Bennett, Liberal member tor Gippsland, intends to take action early in the session to test the feeling of the House of Representatives on a re solution affirming tlie desirability of amending the! Constitution so . as to give,: effect .to the Initiative Referee dnm. . , WHAT SOCIALISM MKAXS. • At a Liberal rally at Castlemaine on Friday, the need for organisation was emphasised; The Labor movement was described as pure, unadulterated and refined socialism, and socialism meant -despotism. The caucus was out for preference And privilege, which led to tyranny.

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SPORTING HEWS. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914

SPORTING HEWS. FOOTBALL. I The various clubs In the district avo limbing arrangements tor the open ing of tlio season, mid football jh0. Imlses to be ot absorbing interest dur ling tlie winter months. ■ This ovening the aimuul moating o[ tlio W'arracknnbcal Club will bo lielj at iMcCombe's Hotel, when a inVg0 attendance is expected. Besides tlio election of olllcers matters in conncc l.tlon with the opening ot the season i will be discussed. I Tlio East iCannum Club will iioUl | their annual meeting at'.Mr. H, La ! niont's residence on Friday evening, ,A mooting ot the Bohemian Club will be held at'WaHuii on Thursday evening next at 8 o'clock. A full at tendance is requested. At a meeting of tile members of the Ailsa Club, held on the loth lust., It was decided to reform for the forth coming season. The following allien, bearers were elected ;—President, llr. T. Everett; vice-presidents, 'llessrs, A. Haytcr and 13. tlisODCk; secretary, Mr. It. Bayley.

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IMPROVING CREEK RESERVE SCHEME BEFORE THE COUNCIL. CONSIDERATION DEFERRED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914

/improving creek reserve SCHEME BEFORE THE COUNCIL. CONSIDERATION DEFERRED. In his report 'to the 'Shire Council 011 Friday, the engineer (iMr. C. Bate) , wrote us follows :— -- With reference to 'Air. Linakor's plan and report in connection with im provements to the creek frontages in Warracknabeal, the principal works re commended In the report are:—-(1) Three swings; (2) three see-saws; (2) one giant stride; (4). one paddling beach; (5)^ two tea houses; (6) two fireplaces; (7) twp lawns; (8) various flower beds; (9) fencing in several places; (10) alterations to sewerage discharge pipe, and removal of old engine shed; (11) 'footbridge from 'Scott street to tennis courts; (12) raised walk^and rustic bridge near Chinese garden; (13) about 120 chains of path; (14) pump and hose for watering lawns and 'beds; (15) seats at intervals along whole length of path; (10), 914 trees, shrubs, etc. ; (17) planting trees, shrubs, etc.; (18) dead trees to be removed from bed and banks of creek. ...

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CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER. ACCUSED ACQUITTED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914

- CHARGE OF MAN SLAUGHTER. ACCUSED ACQUITTED. Harold McDougall was acquitted of the manslaughter of Patrick Bren nan, who was killed at the Kilkenny Hotel during an argument over the wearing of the green.

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WEDDINGS. GEORGE—HOLDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914

WEDDINGS. y (IE0IK3JS—illOLDEN. A quiet, but pretty wedding took I place at the -Methodist Church 'on | Thursday evening, April 9th, when Miss iMabel Rose George, eldest daughter of -Mr. and Mrs. .C. J. George, M()akville," 'AVarracknabeal, was , united in matrimony to 'Mr. Isaac Garfield Holden, of Jeparit, youngest son of the late 'Mr. and Mrs. W. 'Holden, of Hamilton. Rev. T. AI« day conducted the ceremony, and Miss Bevan presided at the organ. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked very pretty attired in ivory charmeuse satin, with draped tunic of ninon, edged with honiton lace. The niagyas bodice was softly veiled with ninon, and trimmed with honiton lace. The long fish-tail train gave a very smart finish to the pretty gown. The usual wreath and veil, were''worn (lent by the bride's sister-1 in-law, (Mrs. Hurtle JR. George), A glorious sheaf of white flowers was carried. The bride was attended by two bridesmaids, Miss 'Nellie Reed (Wycheproof), and 'Miss Ida George...

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BOYS FOR AUSTRALIA. FOUR HUNDRED SAIL. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914

BOYS FOR AUSTRALIA. FOUR HUNDRED SAIL. LONDON, Saturday. Four hundred boys from all parts of England -converged from London on Thursday evening, and sailed 'in the 'Mannaro for Victoria and New South Wales yesterday. All aro filled with eager hopes of a prosperous career in Australia.

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