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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

It Has No Equal. "I haa' crjimuing pains in the ato macli, and nothing gave me ease," says ?Jra. A.; Jones.- Main road, Mt. Clear, Vie. "As a number of my customers swenr by CUamtoil.iiti's Colic . anu , D'anhoeil ^Remedy, I thought ! would give it a trial, and I got "relief alter the fiist dose. I think there is noth in-; equal to Chamberlain s Colic anu Diarrhoea Remedy for pains in the stomach," So'd by Hutchinson and r*„. ,ind J N. Woolcott. - • Girl's Hands and Feet Coverfd With

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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MOON AND HONEYMOON. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

MOON AND HONEYMOON. A young couple were joined together In the bonds of matrimony. The bride dasired something novel in the way of a honeymoon, and insisted upon going up in a balloon, which was to have a car large enough to contain a few comforts in the way of furniture. The ascent was made, and the hal« . loon soon lost to sight. When It had reached a great altitude the bride« groom asked his dear little wife whe. ther she was enjoying the novel ex perience of ballooning. ' "Oh, George, dear," she replied, "It is delightful! But I should like to go up much higher than this." "My dear, we cannot go any higher. I have thrown out all the ballast/' said the bridegroom. "Ob, George. I should so very much like to go higher up than any* /body hRB been before. Can't we thTOW out the* stools and cooking stove?" "Yes," he replied; "I'll throw them out." • And accordingly be did so. It so happened that they almost fell on top of two men who were talking together. * They stared in wonder for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

, ...ailed at 7/6i Woarooffer lug a limited number at 3/3 each, post free. 5 extra blades are presorted free. "FORSTER" The Jeweller, 204Smith St., CoIIinjwwd, Melbourne. WOKIUCH Improved ViNTBLRTim • mm • • The Latest in Ventilation Cheap, Strong, Effective Used extensively for Public Hails, Factories, Churches. Schools, Shearing Sheds. Workshops, &c., where roof ventilation is required. Made of the be^t Galvanised Iron with wire netting. Price 2/3 per running foot. Full Particulars from WUNDERLICH LIMITED, Manufacturers, t I n 243 Collins Street. Melbourne LADIES! IT is truly said,* "Many women and girls suffer unnecessarily when a little knowledge may save them years of pain and misery." This knowledge ev^ry woman will And in the "Nature" Health Guide, sent free on receipt of 2d to cover postage. Address, Dept. W1, "Natura" Health Co. (Mrs. Clifford, Supt.), 49 Elizabeth street, Melbourne. 249c. LADIES, PLEASE NOTE. LADIES are requested to note that the ofllces of the Lad...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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WOMAN'S INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

WOMAN'S INFLUENCE. As a role the whole tone of a homo depends npon the woman at the head o£ it—the average home, not the pov erty-stricken home, nor the wealthy home. -In this average home, whether sunshine shall enter the rooms, wheth er the drawing-room shall be used and enjoyed, whether the table shall be invitingly spread, whether light and bright flres shall give _warmth and cheer on winter nights—whether in brief, the home shall be an agree able or disagreeable place, is usually what the woman determines. Men are powerless in the matter. Some find solace for a dismal home in study, some occupation in business. Some submit with what patience they can. Others are attracted by the cheer of '.heir clubs, and it is especially young ooen who are apt in consequence to -irift into bad company and bad habits.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

Recommends them to his Customers. "For some time I suffered with in digestion caused by disordered liver and stomach," says Mr. G. M. Harvey, Gypsum street, Railway Town, Bro ken Hill, N.SAV. "The only thing that gave me relief was Chamber lain's Tablets, and I consider them unequal for disorders of the liver and stomach. I stock them in my shop, and recommend them to all my cus tomers; in fact I cannot speak too highly of Chamberlain's Tablets." Sold by Hutchinson and Co. and J. N. Woolcott. To Business Men AND THE PUBLIC. kj aa < If you require anything or'desire to make any thing known Advertise In "TheHerald," The old-established paper, with the Largest Circulation. Collars, Saddlery and Harness OF aU descriptions. Large stock • to choose from——Buggy, Gig Harness from 90/. "Best Leather and Materials. All woll made. Dray Col lars from l?/> Buggy Collars from 18/, and Riding Saddles from 45/. Bridles, Whips, Spurs, "BruBhee, Leg gings,' 'etc., In great variety. BEEN...

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HORTICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

HORTICULTURE. The Japaneso, in budding, prefer to lse buds taken from older and bear ing trees. H. Harold Hume, the emin ent authority on citrus fruit horticul ture in Florida, says that this has Hi tie or no bearing on the early or later fruiting of the trees. Nop, indeed, are there any grounds for thinking that it could make any difference. The reason for using budwood from older trees is that it is more symmetrical. The young twig of the orange tree has a tendency to be angular, and as the tree becomes older the twigs be come more symmetrical, and so the buds are better for use. The growing of citrus trees in Japan goes back to time immemorial. In some parts of Europe large num. bers of apple, pear, plum and cherry trees are planted by the public high* ways, as public property. A report issued by the Minister of Agriculture of Saxony states that, after finding regular employment for a large num ber of "tree wardens" and„a larger number of persons temporarily em ployed in picking ...

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RATES OF POSTAGE. COMMONWEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

RATES OF POSTAGE. COMMONWEALTH. Letters.—For every halt ounce, or fraction thereof, Id. i Letter Cards.—Single, each, Id. Letter Cards.—Reply, each half, Id. Postcards.—Single, Id.. Postcards.—Reply, each half, Id. Printed Papers, "as prescribed, per 2 oz. or part of 2 oz.-, %d. Books (printed outside Australia), oz. or part of 4 oz., %d. Books (printed in Australia), 8 oz. or part of 8 oz., %d. Magazines, that is to say (a), Maga zines, Reviews, Serials, and other simi lar publications printed and published in Australia in numbers at intervals not exceeding three months, per 8 oz. or part: of 8 oz„ 14d. (b) Magazines, Reviews, Serials, and other similar publications (includ ing Newspapers) printed and publish ed outside Australia in numbers at in tervals not exceeding three months, per 4 oz. or part of 4 oz., %d.

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NATURAL GAS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

NATURAL GAS. The first Important discovery of natural gas In Europe is reported trom Kis-Sarmas, in the district of Klausenburg, in Hungary. Its pre sence first became known two years ago, when shepherd hoys used to light the vapors rising from the marshes. - Upon a geologist's report the Mtaiu'^y of Finance directed bor ings to be inade, when large quanti ties of gas were discovered at a depth of 60ft. The borrngs are continued to a depth of 600ft., when tbe gas was tound in such volume that big stones were thrown into the air by it. At the present time the gas is flowing out of a pipe 20tt. above the around with a noise that can be heard six miles nway. Experts estimate tbe flow at ublc feet a secoud.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

I. H. JANES' SPECIAL. VALUES for THE WINTER. In Ladies' Coats. In Ladies' Sport Coats. In New Winter Dress Materials. In Ready»to-Wear Costumes. In FurSi In Winter Hosiery. In Winter Gloves. In Millinery. • In Blankets. In Efder-down Quilts. l)i Winter Sheeting. In the Renowned Osman Flannel " . ette. •• ■ SPECIAL WINTER VALUES. In Men's and Boys' Suits. In Men's and Boys' Overcoats. In Men's and Boys' Oilcoats. In New. Neckwear , In New Hats. In Buggy and Travelling Rugs. =5^5= Tailoring. Tailoring, Tailoring. FOR GOOD UP-TO-DATE AND FIRST-CLASS TAILORING WE HAVE EARNED A WIDE REPUTATION, " ' ■ WE HAVE JUST LANDED DIRECT iFUO.11. THE ' MILLS A SPLENDID RANGE OF WINTER SUITINGS. VISIT W. H. ' .JANES, "Where Everything is Best by Actual TejBt." Builder and Contractor, .The " Mailee " joinery Works, Wooleott Street, Builds to Butt your requirements In any part of the District. Doors, Fly Doora, Sashes, ,and Frames on hand and Made to Order. Wall Papers, Ironmongery, and all building r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

THE> Pioneer . . Journal . . ESTABLISHED 188*,

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THE VANITY OF WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

I THE VAN4TY OF WOMEN. A* a near, women liavo become used [ 10 being called vain; It Is bo usual a ' term that one scarcely stays to qual ity It, yet there Is vanity, and vanity, , the wisdom of which Is entirely gov erned by the use or misuse ot the same. 1 An uncultivated mind never reall I sea the depths ot pettiness it can de scend to, or how paltry vanity, that Is In no way governed by common-sense, may appear. ! Vanity,, as the average woman un derstands the word, means the pleas - ure she takes in the knowledge of lier ; own particular attractions, together with all the feminine prettiness adopt ! ed to set herself off to the best advan tage. There Is, naturally, In most wo men an inborn love of the beautiful, an artistic instinct that petitions for soft laces, delicate tints, and flowing draperies. When stern economy pro vides only humdrum linsey-wolseys, "stout" boots "useful" millinery, all of which are invariably so ugly, it 1» more probable that a woman's sense of beauty...

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FROM THE HIGHLANDS OF BCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

FH0M THE HIQHLANOS OP SCOTLAND! Id a Scottish town not long ago a crowd had gathered before a large clans window fronting on the street. They were attracted by a magnificent white-headed eagle, which was held a prisoner InBlde the window. There was a chain from its right foot to a hnge piece of iron, some water in a pan, an untouched piece of flsb, a few sods, and a large card with the words "For Sale." The big bird's wings dropped to its feet on either side. Its eyes were glazed and dim. It opened and shut now and then, but never once turned them to the jostling, noisy crowd that stood just outside the glEBS. I Suddenly a young farmer, who had : just come to town, pushed nls way to | tha front, and for a long time looked silently at the great, helpless bird. He was sure he had seen it before. It had been captured, he learned, from .what some of the crowd said, in the county from which he had come. That settled it. It was the same bird. He had seen it on the moun tain where he somet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

Hacking Cough. "For about two years my son. Brio had a nasty hacking cougli," says Mr. Albert W. Coleman, "Caramba," Mon cur street, Dulwich Hill, N.S.W. "Then I gave liim, Chamberlain's, Cough Re medy, fa'nd. after a few doses noticed he had greatly improved. Before ws ■had given liini, the whole bottle his .couglr had completely disappeared. \ He is now strong and weli, and gain inf.' weight dally." Sold, by Hutehln rr.ii and Co. and J. N. Woolcott.

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USEFUL INFORMATION. STANDARD TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

I USEFUL INFORMATION. STANDARD TIME. By Acta of Parliament which came into force on 1st February, 1S95, the mean time of the 150th meridian east longtitude (10 hours ahead of London time) was' adopted as the standard time of Victoria, New South Wales (Broken Hill exceptedj. Queensland, and Tasmania. South Australia is 9% hours, West Australia S hours, and New Zealand 11% hours, ahead of London, while New York Is 5 hours, and San Francisco S hours, behind Lon don. The standard time is 20 minutes in advance of true time at Melbourne, and 31 minutes at Hamilton. ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Victoria.—Ordinary telegraph rates from 1st November, 1902, not exceed ing 1G words (town and suburban, with in prescribed limits, or within 15 miles of sending station), 6d., additional words, Id. each; other places within State (except town and suburban), 10 words, 9d„ additional words, Id. ?a :li, name and address included. Inter-State Telegrams, not exceeding 16 words, 1/, each additional word, Id. Doubl...

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KING'S VISIT TO PARIS. INTENSE ENTHUSIASM. STIRRING SCENES IN STREETS. PARIS, 22nd April. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

KING'S VISIT TO PARIS. INTENSE ENTHUSIASM. ■STIRRING SCENES EM. STREETS. . PARIS, 22ud April. Much enthusiasm marked the arri val of King George and Queen Mary in Paris yesterday on their first State visit to a foreign capital. . _ A squadron of naval aeroplanes cir cled round the Royal yacht and the escorting cruisers as .they: left Dover.' A great ovation awaited their Majes : ties at Calais. -Fifteen thousand troops lined the route to tin) Elysee Palace. The streets of Paris were crowded during the afternoon, the people shout* . ing, "Vive, le Roi." iDurlngthe.-, entry to Paris, the gun's thundered from the fortifications, and the bands played ' the "■Marseillaise" and "God save the 1 King." Girls threw flowers into, the 1 carriage ol the ..Queen, who was ohi 1 viously. delighted.' :

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TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. CANNUM AND WALLUP. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, j CANNUM AND WALLUP. 79, C.l. '.Mckenzie, R. 79, C.2. Iiikstor, James 79, C.3. McRae, V. 79 C.4. Mclntyre, P. 79 C.5. Lelinmnn Bros. 79, C.G. Armstrong, J. 80, B.l. Hayter, L. 80, B.$. Scott, J. SO, B:3. lnkator, Jack 80, B.4. Pressy, W. 80, B.5. Giddlngs, A. 8-1, J.l. Lamont, A. 81, M.2.' Clyne, J. S. 81, Y.3. Lamont, H. 81, X.4. Tarrant, D. 82, J.l. Hunter, W. 82, M.2. Milbourne, A. 82, Y.3. Inlister, P. 83, A.l. Tarrant, G, 53, A.2. Matheson, R. 83, A.3. Clyne, G. 83, A.4. Kinghorn, D. 83, A.5. Hayter, F. 84, J.l. JlcCallum Bros. 84', M.2. Clyne, D. 54. Y.3. Atkin, S. 54,' X.4. Altman Bros. 85, J.l. Landt, J. 85, X.4. Rogers, H. 55, M.2. Kelly, J. 85, Y.3. Kelly, D. YELLANGIP. 99, A.l. G. Coutta. 99, A.2. J. Qulnn. 99, A.3. W. F. Schickerliug. 99, A.4. R. Hill. 99, A.5. W. Eaton. 100, A.l. R. Gould. 100, A.2. A. Gould. 100, A.3. C. North. 100, A.4. S. North. 100, A.5. A. Sherriff. 101, B.l. Vi. Bowden. 101, B.2. S. King. 101, B.3. T. T. Harris. 101, B.4. C. Be...

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WESTERN DISTRICT BENEFITS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

WESTERN DISTRICT BENEFITS. Mr. D. S. Oman.-II.L.A., who is a large landowner in the Central South Western District, said on Wednesdaj that the rain was just in time lor the western, district: It had. saved tlio situation. - A little more delay and grazing and farming, -hiterests would have suffered tortile extent of. tens of thousands of p'ounds-: .

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OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

OBITUARY Mr. and Mrs; P. Cumertord, of Mill* yip, have suffered a sad bereavement through the death of, their son, Mr. James Comerford, of Nagambie. De ceased was thrown from a' bicycle, and fractured'aud :burst one of lila thumbs. After, receiving medical attention lie left for Melbourne, where . tetanus (lock-jaw): developed;; anil - in spite ot the services of,, eminent surgeons, ho succumbed.-, 'Mr.- Comerford. was pro- j • prietor. of: the newspaper at Nagam bie. \ ■- i

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FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. CENSURE MOTION DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

federal parliament. CENSURE MOTION DEBATE. In the House of Representatives toe censure motion debate was continued bv Mr. Higgs, Who attacked the Go vernment at great length, especially the Attorney-General.

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THE FEDERAL SITUATION CENSURE MOTION DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

THE FEDERAL SITUATION CENSURE MOTION DEBATE. SPEECH BV MR. IRVINE. In the House of Representatives 011 Tuesday, iMr. Kelly, in a lengthy statement regarding the Teesdale Smith contract, said lie acted entirely ; on the advice of Mr. Deane, late En* : gineer-in-Chief, and expert officers. He contrasted his act with those of hi3 predecessors. Mr. Poynton at once avowed hl& belief in Mr. Kelly's honor, and de clared that both Mr. 0''MalIey and Mr. 1 Kelly had been misled by Mr. Deane, ! who was responsible for bungling, procrastination, and great loss to the -Commonwealth. Messrs. Anstey (Victoria^ and | Laird Smith (Tasmania) condemned the Government's administration and supported the censure amendment. The Attorney-General (Mr. Irvine) in a vigorous speech, said there had I not been the courage to make a direct ' charge, but there was the subtle poison of insinuation. He charged -Mr. Fisher with having introduced into Australia the Tspoils system r.f the- United •States. The ...

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