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METHODIST CHURCH. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. IMPRESSIVE DISCOURSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914
METHODIST CHURCH. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. IMPRESSIVE DISCOURSES. There were large congregations at the Methodist -.Church on Sunday, when the anniversary ccle'biation took place. The services were conducted" by.'tho Kov. H, J. Ham, 13.A-, of Bal larat, who is a capable speaker, aud his instructive' and Inspiring addres ses, svero greatly appreciated. An thems well rendered by the choir, led by ^Ir. J. N. JMchards, enhanced tho enjoyment of the occasion, - "Hear me when I call" was rendered in the morning, the solo part being taken by Miss Mitchell. Jn the evening the anthems were "'Hearken unto .Me" and '"King of Kings," the soloists -being Miss Ada Palmer and Miss -Mitchell Miss Winnie &lt;Bevnn presided at the organ. At the morning service the subject • dealt with was the goodness of God, the speaker's remarks being based on the words ot the Psalmist, VTihe Lord is good to all, and His tender mercies are over all 'His works." In eloquent words and impressive thoughts the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914
Bought a Bottle. ' • , "I: liad. pains In my legs which the doctor,1 said was rheumatism," ^yrjtas Mr. Robt. Cochrane, Builder, Waim| ha, n:z. "Ills lotion did roe no good, and I suffered misery. I using some-linim,ent, Svhich lie ,told raa v.a5 Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and ■of fered mo his bottle to try It. It did mo so-much, good Hiat I boaglit a bpt tle myself,; and -was soon free of all pains. Sold by Hutchinson, nnfl Co., and J. N. 'Wbolcott,
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914
PERSONAL. A meeting of the friends of Cr. R. H. Stainthorpe was held at McCombs'a Hotel on Saturday afternoon with a view of malting suitable recognition ol his services -to the district* Cr. J. Bungc presided, and there was 'a re presentative attendance. The chair man remarked that Cr. iStainttiorpe was one of the oldest residents of the Sheep &lt;Hills district, and had taken such a prominent part in public affairs that the residents felt that they could not allow a man of his standing to take his departure without expressing appreciation of his work. The meeting in "Warracknabeal was called, to afford the people of the town an opportunity of taking part, and as a ipatter of convenience. Another meeting would be held at Sheep Hills, when final ar rangements would be made. After dis cussion, it was" decided to recommend the people of Sheep Hills that a ban quet be held in Cr. Staiiitliorpe's honor on a date to be fixed, and -tliat he be presented with an illuminated address...
VILLAGERS IN CONFLICT. BATTLE WITH PITCHFORKS. MILAN, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914
VILLAGERS IN CONFLICT. BATTLE WITH PITCHFORKS. MI LAX, Friday Night. A remarkable affray took place be tweeu the villagers of Umito and Vaileccbia, who are all farmers. The feud has ibeen raging for some years, and it culminated in an open battle, in which rakes, pitchforks, scythes, guns and pistols were used. For two hours the battle raged, and one man was decapitated, one battered to death, and 50 others badly injured. Eventually the troops arrived,^ and the disputants were dispersed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 21 April 1914
AUCTIONS. TOTING: BROS., Auctioneers, Stook and Station Agents, land, Finance, and Commission Agents, HORSHAM, NHILL, HAMILTON AND WAKRACKNABEAU Branch Offlce'B at Ararat, Murtoa, Minyip, Nhill, Rupanyup, Dlmboola, Casterton, Donald, Terang, Balmoral, and Goroke; also Wolsley, 8.A. AGENTS FOR:— DennyB, LaBcelles, Limited, Wool and Grain Brokers, Stock and Station Agents, Geelong and Melbourne. The Australian Mutual Provident Society. The National Fire Insurance Co. ol 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 of Horses, Cattle, Sheep held at Horsham, Nhill, Hamil ton, Murtoa, Minyip, Warracknabeal, Beulah, Hopetoun, Rupanyup, Donald, Dlmboola, Kaniva, Natimuk, Goroke, Dunkeld, Gasterton, Cavendish, Strath rtovnie, Balmoral, Terang, and Lake Bolac. MONEY TO LEND AT LOWEST RATE8. SPECIAL SHEEP SALE....
COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914
1 COMMERCIAL. I produce' markets. Wheat, 3/4%. Flour, 14/3. Bran, 1/1%. Pollard, 1/1%. Factory butter, 1/4. N Dairy butter, 7d. and 8d. Eggs, 1/2. / Melbourne Press Quotations:— Factory butter, 1/2. Dairy butter, 8%d. to 9%d. ISgsg, 1/4'. (By Wire.—Melbourne Thursday.) Wheat, 3/!); oats, milling, 3/10%; feed, 1/9%.
The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, APRIL 24th, 1914. RAINFALL CAUSES REJOICING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914
(Efye J&erolb THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, APRIL 24tll, 1914. RAINFALL CAUSES REJOICING, The break in the weather, which I occurred 011 ..Monday night, has come j as. a great relief to the whole com munity. There were good falls through.! out the State, and the Wimmera and malleo will he greatly benefited by , the downpour. 'In Warracknabeal tho total rainfall since Monday night re. gistered 07 points',, supplemented by Showers yesterday, in some parts of the district the records were higher. For the .month we have had 122 points, and for the year to date just 011 2% inches. Owing to the absence of rain, there has been no growth of grass during the autumn for winter feed, but the outlook will now speed ily assume a different aspect, as a few warm days will cause the grass to spring, and subsequent rains which may be expected should further im prove agricultural prospects. As we have only had 2% ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914
MARRIAGE. FI'SHiER-McQUJSE'N,—Oil April 7th, it Scots .Church, Melbourne, by the [lev. Dr. Marshall, Walter Fisher, of Bangeraug, to Jessie Maud McQueen, iaughter of Mr. Noil -McQueen, of "Yallum" estate, Hopetoun.
BREAK IN THE WEATHER. WELCOME RAINFALL. WSMMERA AND MALLEE BENEFIT [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914
BREAK IN THE WEATHER. WELCOME RAINFALL. •WSMMERA AND .MAIvLEE BENEFIT A welcome break 4n the weather oc curred on .Monday niglit, when there was a heavy fall of rain over the whole district. In WarracUnabeal 87 points were registered- Further show ers fell on Tuesday. In other parts of the district the rainfall was hea vier than in Warracknabeal. The rain Has relieved the anxiety of farmers, and the soil has received sufficient moisture to start the grass, which is needed for the early lambs. The sow ing of wheat crops can now; be pro ceeded with under favorable condt tions. Those who were getting short of water have^ had their supplies re plenished. SHEEP iHILDS.—We had a splendid rainfall on Monday night, about A3 points being registered, and there veer heavy showers ou Tuesday, which should make the fall over an inch. This is a most 'opportune time for rain to fall, and farmers are quite jubi lant, especially stock owners. The value of such a fine rain can hardly be estimated. We...
STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914
STAR PICTURES. The popularity of- the 'Star Pictures was again evidenced on 'Wednesday ' evening, when a crowded house at tended, and witnessed a programme of a high order of merit, all the sub- - jects being of an interesting and en joyable character. The star picture, . "The Burning Train," was an emo tional and impressive story. It de picted a search for a missing child, who had been stolen from a circus, and fell into the hands of a bad wo* man, who, recognising his talents as a violinist, used them to her own ad vantage. Finally, he is taken to see a circus, and while there recognises and calls out for his mother. Before the mother can reach the child, how ever, the villianous woman picks liim up and makes her escape to a train, but is closely followed, by one of the circus hands, who manages to jump on the back of the train, and making his way along the top of the carriages, eventually gets through the window of the compartment, where the woman and boy are. After recovering th...
FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. MR. FISHER'S MARE'S NEST. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914
FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. MR. FISHER'S MARE'S NEST. (From our Special Correspondent*) Mr. Fisher takes himself very seri ously In the Federal Parliament. He never has understood, and does not, now understand, why the electors did not keep the Labor Party in power, It is possible that he may admit rea sons why the Labor .Party should be defeated, -but Mr. Fisher was so im pressed with his own financial admin istration that he regards his being sent from the Treasury as a mental aberra tion on the part of the electors. More than that, lie is persuaded that the electors .never intended to do it. lie begins each session with a motion of r.o confidence in the Government. He | kuows that there is iu>t the least chance of carrying such a motion. No I one of the Liberals is likely to leave •Mr. Cook on any question and vote with the Labor Party. -Mr. 'Fishet thinks that the electors are listening to him, and lie moves his no confi dence motions to show the electors that he is the watchman on t...
ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914
ENTERTAINMENTS, MEjLBA PICTURES. There was no entertainment at the ■Melba Theatre on Wednesday even* ing. Owing to the heavy rain water got into the pipes, and interfered with the supply of gas. Last night the ordinary programme was given, the central attraction being a stirring drama ' "Chivalry Outlawed." The musical selections were well played by 'Miss Ida Sims, who has been spe cially engaged by the management.
SHEEP HILLS. MECHANICS INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914
SHEEP HILLS. (From' our Correspondent.) ■MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. i The adjourned annual meeting of the Mechanics' committee was held, on-the 21st., &lt;wheh there'were present, Messrs A. -Heath (chairman), R. H. -Stain thbrpe (secretary), J. T; Vaughan, S. Owens, F. Glover, H. Bunge, and Mrs. A. .Heatii, The balance-sheet-was re ceived and adopted. It showed a de bit account o£ £110 10/10.. This wag considered very satisfactory, as tho : committee had installed an air gag plant at a cost of £65, and many minor improvements were made dur ing the'year. Officers were elected as follows :-r->President, Mr. A. Heath? vice-presidents, Messrs'. J. Vaughan and W. Powell; secretary, Mr. Fred, Glover. Mr. Stainthorpe having re signed,- a motion, was .placed on the> minute book expressing appreciation of his- services extending over 27 years. . RECORD OF SERV^CB. At the close of - the meeting the-.-, committee' presented, a gold medal, suitably iuscribed, to -Mr. .Stain thorpe. for...
LOVE, THE MASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914
LOVE, THE MASTER. Bet there be no question of suprem acy, nothing of the Btyle "I'm master here; or, please to recollect I am the mistress of this house," with newly married couples. When a young couple arrange to enter on a new life together, and run in double harness, each should be too careful of the' other's feelings to hurt them In the smallest lota. - That there should always be a rec ognised head to every household goeB without saying; no true woman would dispute this; for the reins of govern ment are not exactly her province, and a woman naturally loves a man who can hold his own. True, she likes to feel that she can manage him In certain things; that he usually refere to her, comes round to her way of thinking in the end; but, on the other hand, no woman likes to see her husband too easily swayed. Women prefer, as a rule, the man who acts his part as master; It takes away a great responsibility from their shoulders, and no woman, unless she be of a strangely domineering, ma...