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SMUGGLED GOODS. A HEAVY FINE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

SMUGGLED GOODS. A HEAVY FINE. John Stenford, a stevedore was inedV£50 for having smuggled goods n Iris possession.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POWER OF CHRISTIANITY. ITS INFLUENCE IN THE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

| POWER OF CHRISTIANITY. ITS INFLUENCE IN THE WORLD ADDRESS BY ®EV. J. H. HAM. At a public meeting at the Metho dist Church on Monday evening an interesting address was delivered by the Rev. J. II. Hani, -B.'A., of 'Ballarat, li is subject being; "Christ and Chris tianity in the world to-day." There was a large attendance, and the re marks of the speaker were followed with close attention. Mr. Ham paid Mien .Christianity first crossed the threshold or our earth a spirit of restlessness • was abroad in the world. The old'religious which had enthralled the hearts of men were robbed of their power, and no longer sufficed to meet human HBods. Out of the darkness of pagan ism there came something more sub stantial than the myths of ancient times. 'Christianity had made reli gious life to throb with a new _ and energetic power, and it was the cen tral fact in the world to-day. All the bygone ages had done their part in carving the way for it, and all after developments Cor tlie ameliorati...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHARGE OF SHOOTING. ACCUSED BOUND OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

CHARGE OF SHOOTING. ACCUSED BOUND OVER. The Footscray magistrates dismis sed a charge against Ruby Costello of having shot at John Braheny, with in tent to murder. Costello was bound over to keep the peace.

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

THEFTOF..SOVEREIGNS. .. ' A young woman pamed Frances May Lindsay was, committed- for;* trial .on Tuesday at"the Hamilton , police *cour( for stealing-. 100 < sovereigns from:jthe local. Union Bank on'17tli: April.. Swears By It. | "Tny little grandchild Olivo wac attaclred;wlth bronchitis, and nothing I trl^ did, her-any: good," says Mrs E. Headlfen, 180 Tasman street, New town,' N.Z, "Having seen Chamber Iain's. Cough Remedy advertised . as bolDg most.. effective in the treatment of bronchitis, I thought I would try it. I did so, and it gave her immo diato relief from the first dose. Now .1 swear by Chamberlain's Cough. Re, mody." Sold : by ?Hutohiuson: and Co, and T. N. Woolcott. DOAN'S REPORTS INVESTIGATED. No Return of Illness for Fourteen Years. We are answering a very important question to-day, viz., "Do lh& people who say they have been cured by Doan's Backache Kidney Pills stay cured?" A medicine which cures merely for a day or a week is worth less; it -i...

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

PERSONAL. Mr. iNoonan, clerk of courts, has been appointed by the acting Chief Justice a Commissioner of the Su prerae Court for taking affidavits. JMr. and Airs. R. H. Stainthorpe took their departure for Melbourne on "Wednesday. Before leaving they spent a few days among their friends in "Warracknabeal, and had a very pleasant time.: Mrs. Stainthorpe, who was a member of the Croquet Club, was presented by the members with a handsome souvenir as a token of esteem and goodwill. The presenta tion was'"made in appropriate terms "by the president (Mrs. T. W. Dally), and the ladies joined in wishing Mrs. Stainthorpe every happiness. The gift was much appreciated by the re cipient. At Sheep Hills .Mr., Stain thorpe, who had filled the position of secretary of the (Mechanics' Institute for the lengthy period of 27 years, was presented with a gold medal by the committee, while appreciative refer ence was' made to the interest Mrs. ■Stainthorpe had taken, in the institu tion. Arrangements f...

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BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. . Competition .for cattle at the, Bal larat Corporation Sale Yards on Tuesday! was keen, -and prices, ruled higher.than .last market Values. Prime bullocks realised from £14 12/0 to £15 7/6, and extra prime to £10 2/6; best cows sold to £11 10/, The best of the 26 calves penned brought £? S/. All trade descriptions of sheep were in' brisk demand, at higher pri ces. Prime crossbred wethers fet ched from: 26/ to 28/; and extra quali ty and weights to 30/3; prime,:cross: bred ewes from 23/ to '26/; and extra quality to 29/. Primo lambs, sold at from-17/ to 18/, and' extra quality real ised to 19/4.

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

VHONE. No. 15. ; J. N. WOOLCOTT, A Registered Dentist, Scott Street - - - Warracknabeal Next Oof»r in hi* Well Known Pharmacy Uny bf» CowuiiUed Beuluh, Tuesday, May 5th; llopetoun, Tuesday, May 12th;. Lascelles, Wed* nesday, May 13th. THE NAME D I SCA C I ATI, ON a Photograph is a Guarantee of High-Class Quality and Permanence. Our up to date Studio, In charge ot a skilled operator, is fitted with tho latest and best appliances for tho production of artistic portraits. The New Studio, SCOTT ST.. WARRACKNABEAL. VETERINARY. Edgar J. Lukey, L. V. Sc. (Melb. Univ.) Late Veterinary Surgeon to Stawell District Veterinary Club. HAS taken up his residence in Warracknabeal, and will be pre pared to attend to all descriptions of Veterinary Cases, Including Castration and Dentistry. Address—Devereui street (at rear or FreemaD Bros.), 'Phone No. lit. CHEAP MONEY. Gilbert Crerar, LAND. COMMISSION, AND FINANCIAL AGENT. Scott Street, Warracknabeal. WISHES to Intimate that he has Money available on...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

Chilblains. "She Would Cry for Hours with the '■ Pain." . Rexona Quickly Cures.. : "My little girl Ruby had her feet ami hands covered with chilblains for weeks. There 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 Reiitel, 85 Humftray street, Ballarat E„ Vie. "I tried all sorts of ointments to make tlietn heal, but : they seemed to be. getting . worse. Olio day I was recommended to try Jlexona on them. 1 got a tin, and put a little on • her: hands and feet, and lltiby-said, "Oh, mnnv that, is niee: it takes all the pain arid burning • ' feeling away." After five applications the chilbiains simply Idled away, and now-she can wear her boots. The 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 Bhall alwaj'3 keen a tin of Rexona in tho house, for it is a splendid re medy." Price, ...

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

AUCTION SALES. Messrs. Young Bros, report that on 'Saturday last, 18th Inst., only a small supply of stock came forward at their Horsham yards, and as the demand was good, everything sold readily. A draught of nine young colts and Allies sent in by Messrs. Jos. Bodey and Sons, of iLongerenong, elicited keen competition, and the following prices were realised—-'Three-year-old draught fillies, £31, £26, £25; 2-year-old fll. lies, £15, £16, £14; 3-year-old draught colts, £27, £26; draught mares, aged, to £20. On Saturday, '24th April, at the -Nlrill special horse sule, 33 head of horses were sold draught geldings made up to £36; 3 year-old colts, £25; ,-fillies, £34; 7 year old.mares, to £36. On Satur day, April 4th, at the Birchip opening stock sale, 1651 sheep and 3 horses were sold at good values; 726 cross and comeback ewes, 4, 6, and . 8 tooth, realised 17/; 196 comeback and 'crossbred ewes, 4 and 6-tooth, 15/3; 320 merino ewes, 4 years, 18/; 400 cross weaners, 13/8. On iSaturday,...

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PICTURESQUE VICTORIA. TRIP TO MOUNT BUFFALO. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

PICTURESQUE VICTORIA. TRIP TO MOUNT BUFFALO. "(By B.R.) At 1.30 p.m. on Thursday, March jctli a motor car containing nvo oc cupants from Warracknabeal buzzed through Pa'rkviUei, Brunswick, and Coburg, out on to. Die road to Sey mour, en route , tor alt. Buffalo and the Australian Alps. . The country proved to he very flat, and rain seem ed badly needed. The weather look ed very foreboding, but' in spite of that the run to Seymour, was most enjoyable.. As the motor approached Soymour, the Goulburn River was crossed, and loud'-frere the praises bestowed on It by the motorists. The beautiful river wound In and out, leaving huge stones, and boulders standing on its sides. 'Certainly the Ooiilbiirn River is Seymour's beauty feature. As it was intended to spend the night in Euroa-, the motor directed lier course that way. In tho dis tance loomed the misty 'blue ranges, and the car, scenting new beauties ahead, flew on her \vay. A few miles from Euroa, to the disgust of tjie travellers, a ...

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PRIZE SCHOOL GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

BR12E SCHOOL GARDEN.' ^'V /The Donald . State school lias won the A.M. A;. prize for best' school - gar den in tlie district. There arc 100 schools In the district.

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APPALLING HOLOCAUST. TROOPS AND STRIKERS. NEW YORK. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

APPALLING HOLOCAUST. TROOPS AND STRIKERS. NEW YORK. Tuesday. In the midst of the American' pre parations for war with Mexico, a ter rible happening is reported from Co lorado, where a strike of miners lias been on for a long time. The U.S.A. troops attacked a larse body of miners, who were entrenched near Trinidad. The troops opened lire %vith machine. guns, and swept the miners' camp. The tents were fired, and 26 persons perished, includ ing several women and babies. ■ One man who crept out of a trench to res cue his sister's baby, .was shot dead. A shell struck a waggon containing a large quantity of explosives. It blew up "with. a. terrific report, and the fumes spread to a cave_ in whicli a number of women and children were hiding, and it is thought that a number of these also perished'.

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CABLE NEWS. "HERALD' SPECIAL SERVICE. (PER REUTER.) THE FIRST BLOW. VERA CRUZ CAPTURED. FIERCE RESISTANCE BY GARRISON. MEXICANS LOSE 200 MEN. WASHINGTON. Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

CABLE . NEWS. "HERALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. (PER REUTER.) THE FIRST BLOW. VERA CRUZ CAPTURED. FIERCE RESISTANCE BY GARRI SON. ■MEXICANS LOSE 200 'MEN.. WASHINGTON. Tuesday Night. Intense excitement was created throughout the United States this evening by the announcement , thut the war with Mexico had actually be gun. The reports stated that Rear-Ad* miral Fletcher had captured the city of Vera 'Cruz, the chief seaport of Mexico. Vera Cruz is a large city and sea port on the south-west coast of the gulf of Mexico, and is the capital o! the State of that name. Its popula tion is close on 20,000. Further details of the capture of Vera Cruz show that Rear-Admiral Fletcher landed with a stroug force and attacked the garrison, which offered a fierce resistance. Eventual ly the (Mexicans retreated, leaving 200 dead and wouuded behind them. A good deal of desultory'fighting took place in the streets, but the casual ties were light. 'The Americans had four killed and 50 wounded. Mr. Bryan,.Secr...

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BREACH OF PROMISE. REMARKABLE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

BREACH OF PROMISE. | remarkable case. Eliza'betli Strack, ot IvwUoe. has commenced an action for £1000 dam a"es for breach of promise against Arthur .Williams, produce merchant nf Prahran. Plaintiff alleges that Williams made a promise in 1909, mar ried afterwards, but subsequent^ to | his wife's death renewed tho promise.

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MINISTER'S DEATH. AFTER LENGTHY ILLNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

MINISTER'S DEATH. after lengthy illness. The Rev. A. R- Edgar, a noted Me thodist cleric, died yesterdaj, age

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DIVORCE COURT. INFATUATION FOR SPIRITUALISTS DENIED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

divorce court. infatuation for spiritualists denied. In the divorce case of Arthur' Klrby. mining assayer, against his wi e, Alice Jane, respondent .appeared m. the court to-day, and denied that she left her husband because 01 her infatuation for spiritualists. She did not be lieve in spiritualism, and left her hus laid because of his treats t0 shoot her. Kirby was not in court, havinj, left for Tasmania yesterday on bust ness Judge Cussen adjourned the ™se saying that after hearing respon dent'he "4 disposed to accept her husband's view. Beatrice Williamson obtained a di vorce from William Williamson who is serving a sentence for having shot her in Richmond recently.

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BANGERANG. ENJOYABLE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

BANGERANC. (From our Correspondent.) ENJOYABLE SOCIAL. A very enjoyable time was spent in the local hall'on Friday evening last, when the bachelors held their annual ball. There ,vas a splendid attend ance, and dancing was.Kept up till the early hours of the morning, to the strains of the delightful music of iMessrs. H. 'I-Iabel (piano), and T. McConviUe (violin). FOOTBALL TROPHY. The handsome Powell trophy, won by the local Football Club last season, is now on view in the hall, and it is something that the club can be justly proud of winning. The club has pur chased a suitable case for the trophy, and on the front the ,following ap pears :—"Won by the Bangerang 'Football Club. Premiers 1913." Then follow the names of last season's team. The footballers are now beginning to bestir themselves, and the annual mooting; will be hold at an early date. It is expected that a strong team will be sot together, although it is rumor ed that the Wilkur players intend for* ining a club out their...

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BRIM CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

BIU'JI CLUB. A. meeting 'of the Brim Club w,, held on Saturday everting, when the™ was a good attendance. The elcctlo,, of of Hews for the ensuing season n suited thus President, Mr. p mj kington; vice-presidents, Messrs E Kins, Swann, and .Troutbeck; secro! tary, Mr. L. Breiman; assistant secre." tary, Mr. T. Hood: treasurer, Mr a A. Mnllcr; selection committee <S. Taylor, P. I-Iovey, and €. Thowlls* goal umpire; Mr. B. Beiiund. A com municn'tlon was' received from H0ne' toun asking Brim to join the Northern Association.' This gave rise to some discussion, resulting in the secretary being requested, to write to the asso ciations' secretary stating they would join, provided the association was am. liated with the .Melbourne League.'

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SPORTING NEWS. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

SPORTING NEWS. football. I lio anuual mooting or u,e w „ Club will be hold at .Blue .Ribbon o Monday evening next. It i, ,' that there will bo a largo attend

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Late Melbourne. (By Wire.—Melbourne, Thursday.) MOTOR FATALITY. CHARGE AGAINST DRIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

Late Melbourne. (By Wire.—Melbourne, Thursday.) MOTOR FATALITY. CHARGE AGAINST DRIVER. In tl\e coroner's court the jury com mitted i Frederick Wigley. for trial, on a charge of the manslaughter of Con rad Cozelmanh, who was Killed by Wigley's motor while stepping off a tramcar at South Yarra.

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