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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914
Chilblains. "She Would Cry for Hours with the / Pain." Rexona Quickly Cures. "My little girl Ruby had her feet and hands covered with chilblains for weeks. There1 were big 'blisters all over her feet. The poor child used to cry for hours with the pain. She could not put her boots on," writes Mrs. Jane Iieiffel, 85 Humffray street, BaUarat E., Vic. "I tried all sorts of ointments to make them heal, but they seemed to be getting worse, One day I was recommended to try Rexona on them. I got a tin, and put a little on her hands and feet, and Ruby said, "Oh, mum, that is nice; it takes all the pain and burning feeling away." After five applications the chilblains simply died away, and now she can wear her boots. Tlio poor little girl Is so pleased to be cured. "No one knows what chilblains are till they get them. They are worse than burns. Now I have found a cure and shall always keep a tin of Rexona in the house, for it is a splendid re medy." Price, 1/G and 3/. Obtain able everywhere. ...
EDWARDS—POSTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914
EDWARDS—POSTLE. A very pretty wedding was eelebra* i ted in Christ Church, 'Warracknabeal, Ion Monday, 13th April, when Miss | Hilda Ma nil Edwards was united in holy matrimony with'Mr. Percival A, Postle, of Queensland. The ceremony was performed iby the Rev. F. WV Coupe, vicar of the parish. The bride, who was given away by her brother, enterecl the ohurch while the hymn, "Lord, who at Cana's wedding feast" was being' sung, attended by the -Misses .T. and A. Edwards as bridesmaids, and Claudie Misken aa train-bearer. The bride .was prettily gowned'in ivory Duchess satin, dain tily primmed with silk shadow-1 lace and seed pearls, and court train fal ling from the shoulders. The bridal veil was worked and giveh by the bride's cousin, Miss Eileen Milbourne, of Adelaide. The bride carried a very pretty bouquet, the gift of the " bride groom- The bridesmaids' dresses were of charnieuse satin, and the bou quets were made of scarlet geraniums and asparagus fern, with red stream ers. The ...
COOKE—GUMLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914
COOKE—GUM LEY, At St. Peter's Anglican Church, Dim-; boola, on Wednesday evening last, the marriage was solemnised of Mr, 0. A. Cooke, second son of Mr. W. G. Cooke, of Antwerp, and Miss Ethel M. Gum ley, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Guniley, of Warracknabeal, and Mrs. Gumley, of Antwerp. The cere mony was performed by the vicar (the Rev. W. C. Wood). The bride, who ; was given away by her brother-in-law I (Mr. A. W. Drelier), was becomingly [attired in silk muslin, trimmed with ; Maltese lace, and wore the customary wreath and veil. »Her bridesmaid was Miss J. Wild, who wore cream ninon, with silk -trimming. Mr. W. Eldridge, acted as best man. After the cere« moriy the wedding party adjourned to Cordner's Commercial (Hotel, where the wedding repast was partken of. The newly married pair left by, the express for Ballarat, wljere they are spending their honeymoon. They were the recipients of numerous handsome presents. In our report of the Holland-Newall wedding the list of pres...
STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914
STAR PICTURES. •A large audience assembled at the. Star Theatre 0,11 Saturday. evening. | when the management presented an entertainment of a stirring and Inter-/! eating character. An amusing drama was ontitied . "The 'Way Out;" The story depicted a gentleman who had taken a vow never to propose, falling in 'lovo with a lady, v.-ho had also ta ken a vow never to accept a proposal. Eventually, being leap year; the young lady proposed; to the gentleman; • and was accepted. 'Another good -drama of an emotional character was "The House > ot (Pretence," andthe happy I climax brought forth hearty applause.' The - star- picture, "Fair Exchange," ■was/ a drama of a/high order of njorlt, and J. the:; stirring,;: and;. smdtionaU f ea&lt; tures wore watched witlijthe keenest Intovnst. "An Indian's Ijoyalty" was a thrilling story, depicting an Indian who had been suspected of theft run ning down and capturing the "real thief. "Tobias Wants Out" was a comedy drama well received. Othe...
ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914
ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA PICTURES. N -Varied.and attractive were tile.pic tures presented at the Melba Theatre on Saturday niglit. The star drama; "The taking of Rattlesnake Bill" "Was a characteristic story associated with western life in -America.-and was re plete- wlht thrilling .incidents.. "Me litia's Sacrifice" was another drama.: ih ' which there' were1 some■ interesting features. "The .! rico of Human} Lives" was. a, powerful, story, .special ly "produced ..for. the s'tudy and. pre-: voution of tuberculosis. _ It was de nunciatory of tho unscrupulous manu facturers of so-called euros by ex tracting hard earned' money, from poor, people : for worthless stuff. Besides other pictures of interest, thero wore two delightful comedies,, "Manicure' Girl," and "'Matrimonial Manouvros," which caused the greatest merriment. The programme as a whole was much eujoyed.
PICTURES THAT SING AND TALK. TRUE TO SOUND AND SIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914
PICTURES THAT SING AND TALK. TRUE TO SOUND AND SIGHT. The public of Warracknabeal and surrounding district are to have the opportunity of seeing and hearing that marvellous invention, the vivaphone. The iMelba management announce that they have secured the exclusive : right to produce the singing and talk-, ing pictures direct from the Snowden Theatre^1 Melbourne, and thait they, will produce Gounod's world-famous grand opera, "Faust?' full particulars of which, and date, will be publish* ed in our next issue. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914
Swears By It. '!My little grandchild' Olive was .'attacked with bronchitis, and nothing I' tried did her any., good," says- Mrs, iffi. Headlfen,.186 Tasman street, New town, N.Z. "Having seen - Chamber lain'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 imme diate relief from the first dose.: 'Now I swear by Chamberlain's Cough Ro I medy." Sold by Hutchinson and Co. I and ■ J. N. Tjfoolcott.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914
Hacking Cough. • "For about two. years- my son Eri&lt; had a nasty hacking cougli.Vsays^i" Aihprt W Coleman, Caramoa, Mon our street, nShvlch HilUN.^'Ther I. gava him Chamberlain s Cough_ Re mpdv /and after a few, dosea noticec he Sad' greatly Improved, Before w&lt; hnrt iriven hini tiie whole bottle li« coueli had completely disappeared i.T&lt;a is'now'-stroiis and well* and gain °ht daily'- Sold l>y Ilutchin '"n Ind Co. and J. N. Woolcott. ""^My'tass" from Glasgee Toon. Meltm. "
HEALTH OF THE SHIRE. FOUR CASES OF TYPHOID. OUTBREAK OF MENINGITIS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914
HEALTH OF THE SHIRE. FOUR CASES OF TYPHOID. OUTBREAK OF MENINGITIS, | | (Dr. H. A. -Connolly, health odlcer of 1 the shire, submitted the -following re« port to the Borung Council on Fri day Tho long record of freedom from .ty phoid-(eight clear months)'has unfor tunately been broken. Three definite cases have been notified, and Ihore Is ono other .. gravely suspicious. 0£ the four cases,-threo are from one ho tel, and the fourth from another. J3uildings and premises at .both hotels have been carefully examined, and found in good sanitary condition. As, in addition, no other point of outbreak has been found in tho town thcro is .likelihood that the disease , has been introduced by travelling "carriers.'1 Threo of the cases referred to are In tho wards of the district hospital. Ono other casejs being nursed in an lso> lated ward of.the recently delicensed private hospital. Two or three cases of seemiug para typhoid have also been noted. Para typhoid is a disease somewhat similar i...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914
CRICKET. A pleasant game took place at Wer rigar .Parte ,on 'Saturday afternoon' when a team from Wallup returned tlio match to aAVarracknabeal olevea. Tito vfsitors tatted first, and made So the top scorers' being Rogers is' Sliarpe 17, and E. Waters 19. The host bowlers for Warracknaboal were Wil kinson, 4 wickets for S .runs; Winsalt 3 for 20, and .Dell, 2 for 20. After tlio tea adjournment the local eleven wont to the wickets, and knocked up 123 thus winning by 38 runs. The chief rnn-makers were Wilkinson -IS ini ■ tired), Flield 29, and Cavenagh 15 not out. T. Forsyth, Wallup's veteran cric keter, was the mainstay of their bow. ling, securing 5 wickets for 36 runs, E. "Waters being next with 3 for 23. ' A team from the Country Cricket Association will visit Warracknabeal to-morrow to play a match against a team selected from the Warrackna beal Association, and a good game should result. The Inst time these two teams met the match was played at Brim, and the country team were vi...
TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914
TURF. I AL Hand wick 011 Saturday the A.J.C. j Plate was won 'by Cagou, -with Auro | fodina second, and Lilyveil third. Tlio j time was 5min. 37secs., and the winner had five lengths to spare. The favor ite was Lilyveil. -Cagou started' at 20 to 1. The Place Handicap was won by ^latouree, with Aleconner anil Erimgella in the places. There was a good Held. Matouree started at 14 to 1. Eltliam has won the Sunbury Cuj), the Ballarat 'Cup, and the. Onkaparinga Cup in the last three starts.
WORKS IN THE SHIRE. THE ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914
WORKS IN THE SHIRE. THE ENGINEER'S REPORT. At the Shire Council on Friday tho engineer (.Mr. C. iBnte.) submitted the following report:— NORTH RIDING. He tho requests of D. McCoiube and T. 13. Gardiner for approval of premi ses iu Scott and Devereux streets res pectively as 'factories, T seo no objec tion, and recommend that tho desired approval be granted.—Adopted. I have inspected the Dumbuoy regu* lator, and recommend that a stone crossing be 'put in as sugegsted by Mr. 'Shaw, of the iState Water 'Supply Commission. The estimated cost is £120. To remove the old bridge tim ber recently pulled up just north of Wariacknabeal, re-erect it -at the Dum* buoy, and provide the additional parts necessary to impound vatcv and ro* gulato the flow, would cost about £1S0 without the value of the old timber being taken into account. Tho traffic to be provided for is small, the impounding of the water being.appar. jntly considered of the first impor tance. (Messrs. 13. Robinson and E. De vereux...
AN EASTER TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914
AN EASTER TRIP (BY "CLUT.CII.") [ A motor-ride from Warracltnabeal to Ardlethan, N.S.AV., is not the least | enjoyablo mode of filling in one's Eas ter holiday. Having just mado the experiment, we can vouch for its suc cess, The weather oracle was consul* ted, and said "fro." Before starting we'resolved to avoid all ciyic recep tions, banquets, and mallee. stumps, and have no recolleotiou of our'plea* sure being marred by any of the fore going distractions. Leaving Warwick nnbeal on Good Friday morning:, wo sped towards Birchip, arriving' tlioro in time for lunch. Time being the es sence of the contract, we bade hasty adieu to Birchip and its rather meagre scenery and steered our course for Keraug, pursued all the way by the dust fiend, who left his impress, which was soon wiped off. 'Here %vo had our first mishap, quickly remedied by an obliging mechanic, who entered into the spirit of our desire to break re cord's! Sleep claimed us for a few hours, and morning; saw us forging ahea...
NEWS OF THE DAY. DRAUGHT HOUSE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914
NEWS OF THE DAY. draught house stock. •TliPt draught liorses of the right stamp still command good prices is | shown in the sale to Mr. Glasscoclt, I of Melbourne, of four heavy geldinfes, ■ from 4 to 0 years old, from Numurkali, for £194. One pair, bred by Mr. J. ;F. Redwell, brought £102, whilst Mr. "VV. Williams sold one at £50, and another at £42. •DERANGED MIND. Robert Heidy, while suffering from1 a deranged mind, developed religious mania-at North Yass, N.S.W., and, it is alleged, battered his wife's head with an axe and cut her throat. Then he cut his on. Both are dead. INCREASING STRENGTH. According, to the Board of Trade's "Labor Gazette," tile membership of trade unions at the end of 1912 sliow« ed an increase of 3,281,003, or 8 per cent., compared with the number in 19li. Since the year 1896, trade union membership lias more than dou bled. AMBULANCE AT (SHOW. •During the progress of the Sydney Royal 'Show the ambulance attended to 53 calls. CHEQUE FRAUDS,. . Forged bank n...
NOT SUFFICIENT HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914
NOT SUFFICIENT HOUSES. There are notnearly sufficient nousco available In Geelong for. those who require tliem, so great Is tho demand. One agent had six applications by midday for a small tenement whosa occupant had only been sorved with an ejectment order two hours heforo. / CROSS BYES. '-Y " ' Teaching Is tho most humorous OC' ■cupatton," said Mr. Robort Scott at tlio Teachers' Conference on: Thura day.- He told a story whioli went to provo that , there are' many-amusing momenta.' ;. He was'teaching a junior class a new song,-iu which ouo lino was, "Byes of joy are gleaming." To make sure that the: boys - understood the line he asked,: "What ave eyes of joy?' "Glad eyes," said one child. ■Then Mr. Scott •proceeded to enlarge. •■"Yes," he said, "and whoso aro glad . when . you arevery good:, at homo?" "•Mother's,": came the unanimous 'yell of the class. . "And who lias eyes 0! Joy, glad eyes, when you come1 early to school?" , "Teacher!" was the shrill reply ot the infantB. Then, ...