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

Bought , a Bottle. u ' • "I had pains in my. legs which the doctor said was rheumatism," writes Mr. Roht. Cochrane,, Builder, Waimi h'a, N.Z. "His, lotion-did me no good, and r suffered misery. I saw a friend using some liniment, ivhlch he told mo was Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and of • fered me h'.s bottle to try it. It did mo so much good , that I.bought a bot 1 tie inyself, and was soon fr£e of all '(pains. Sold by, Hutchinson and Co,,' ' and J. N. Woolcott. -

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS OF THE DAY. PROFITABLE POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

NEWS OF THE DAY. PROFITABLE POULTRY; The Bendigo egg laying competition, which was held under the auspices oi the local Poultry Society, has further demonstrated the phenomenal laying qualities of the White Leghorn. The winning pen. of six pullets, bred by Mr. H. Handbury, of High street, Prali ran, laid no fewer than 1075 eggs in the 12 months' test. At the Burnley competition, .which. recently closed, the yield of eggs was 166S, the highest under official Government tests in the world. CRUELTY TO A HORSE. -At 'St. Arnaud a man named John Caine, locally known as "Mulga Jack," pleaded guilty to a charge of cruelty to a horse, and received exemplary punishment from Mr. D. Berriman, P.M. John Robert Baldwin, a farmer of Gre Gre, said accused had the use for four days of a bay horse belonging to witness. He found the horse at Cope Cope in a bad state, being badly marked with whip lashes and quite lame. He could not get the horse home. Other witnesses gave evidence of the lash and handl...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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FOOTBALL SEASON. WARRACKNABEAL CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. CONTROL OF the PARK DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

FOOTBALL SEASON. 'warracknabeal club. (annual MEETING. CONTROL OF the PARK dis cussed. There was a good attendance at tho annual meeting of, the, Warracknabeal Football Club, which was held at iMcCombe's Hotel on Tuesday even ing. The president (Mr. W. F. Scliic kerling) occupied the clinlr. The secretary (Mr. I{. Lemon); sub mitted the balance-sheet for the past year. This showed that the total re ceipts amounted to £137 11/4. Tlio principal items wore—Gate receipts, £43 10/0; profit on special trains, £S 11/11; sale of members' tickets, £12 5/6; donations, £25 4/; half pro ceeds .Melba entertainment, £5 1/10 smoke night social, £4 5/. Total, £137 11/4. The expenditure amoun ted to £137 1/4. Umpire fees were £24 11/6, and players' expenses £13 7/6. Outstanding accounts totalled £2 11/6, and there was 10/ in hand, leaving a debit balance of .£2 1/6. The chairman regretted that the statement did not show a credit^ bal ance, but this was not surprising when the extra expenditure which...

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COURSING. THE BEULAH CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

COURSING. THE BEULAH CLUB. The opening meet of tl>e Beulah Coursing Club took place on Wednes day, at Castle's, Beulah West, under perfect conditions. The ground, attor the rain, was all that could be desired for good coursing. Hares were fairly plentiful, nnd some good runs were witnessed by a good number of spec tators. Ten dogs were nominated at £1 1/. First, £6 0/; second, £2 2/\ third, £1 1/. First draw—W. Glatz's Sea >Lad beat. A. Byron's Tarragalla; R. Lambert's Gorddh Inherited beat T. Jackson's Euphonium; G. Dougherty's 'Swatza beat A. Byron's 'No Offer; W. Glatz's Clover Distance beat J. Say* ers' Tnvertention; M. Brennan's Mil lionaire beat Dr, Morgan's 'Malialla. First Ties.—Sea Lad beat Gordon Inherited; Clever Distance beat Swat za; Millionaire a .bye. Second Ties.—Sea Lad beat Mil lionaire; Clever Distance a bye. Sea Lad and Clever Distance being both the same owner (W. Glatz), they divided,. and Millionaire took third money. i Mr. A. King, as judge, and Mr. W. ...

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

CRICKET. What will probably be tile last match of the season took place at Werrigar Park on Wednesday after noon, when teams representing War racknabeal ' and the Country Asso ciation took the field. The ground was very soft, after the rain on OMon flay night, and it was difficult to get the ball away from. the wickets any distance. Warracknabeal hatted flrst, and though their total score was only a moderate one, they had an easy victory. Warracknabeal compiled 78, There ' were only three batsmen who reached double figures. Wilkin son made 17, Donohue 15, and Gunn 12. . Tregear, Bate, and'Pitcher, who are usually very reliable, did not get going on this occasion. E. Bryce got i wickets for 22, Wardle 3 for 24, S. Dawe 2 for 19, and E. Gould 1 for C, The country team went down in rapid, succession, and the total score was only 26. Not one of the batsmen reached double figures, E.. Bryce be ing the highest-scorer Av^th eight runs ■tb liia credit. Tregear and .Winsall were the bowlers,...

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MEETING AT BEULAH. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

MEETING AT BEULAH. There was a large attendance at the annual meeting of the Benlah Football Club on Saturday night, in the Mechanics' Hall. Mr. Harry Rod. da (president) was in the chair. The balance-sheet for the last season was presented, and showed that the club had a credit of £3 14/3. The follow, ing officers wore appointed Presi dent, Dr. Morgan ; vice-president, •Messrs. G. 'Dougherty, P. O'Connell, J. Trevenan, A. Stewart, W. Moly. neanx, A. King, and T. II. Jackson ; secretary and treasurer, Mr. J. v. Nieliois (re-elected); general commit, tee, Messrs. N. 'Lee, \T. Whitty, J. Leslie, J. King, and J. Landrlgan ; match committee to consist of captain, vice-captain, and president; auditors, .Messrs. W. Molony and J. Yates; dele gates, .Messrs. C. J. Upton and M. J. Kiernan. The membership fee was fixed at gent's, 3/; and ladies, 1/. A special vote of thanks was passed to the retiring president, ' Mr. Harry Rodda, for the interest he had taken in the club in the past Several n...

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

SOCIAL. At Scots Church, Melbourne^ an Tuesday, April 7th, Mr. Walter Fisher, of Baugerang, was married to Miss Jessie Maud McQueen, daughter of Mr. Neil McQueen, of "Yalium" es* tate, Hopetoun. .Rev. Dr. Marshall was the officiating clergyman. The marriage of Mr. William McLean, of the Customs Department, Albany, ' West Australia, and .third son of Mr. and Mrs. I>. -McLean, of Baugerang, to Miss Ella Richards, third daughter of Mr, and Airs. W. J. Richards, of Montrose, Victoria, was celebrate;! by the "Rev. A. W. Bray in the Albany Methodist Church on March 31st. The marriage of Mr. .Tames Landrl* gan, eldest son of .Mr. John Landrigan, of Rnsobery. to -Miss Mary' Elizabeth Hogan, sixth daughter of Mrs. M. A. Hogan, of Rosebery East, was celebra ted quietly at St. Mary's Church, War roftknabeal,.on-Easter Monday. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. 'Father iLynch. The bride's dress was of cream merv, trimmed with guipure insertion, overlace, fnd pearls, and finished in drape...

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

AUCTIONS. T'O'UNG ®SOS., Auctioneers, etooli :lihd, Flrianoe, and Commission : Agents, HOilSlIAM. NH1LL. HAMILTON AND 'VVAHRACKNABEAL. Hruni'li Otiicea at . Ararat,., Murtoa, Minylp, Nhlll, Uupanyup, Dimboola, Cistenon. -Donald. Torang, Balmoral, and Goroke; also Wolslev, S.A. ' . . AGENTS FOR: — " lieiiiy- LaBcellea, Limited, Wool and Orain "brokers.- Stock . and .. Ai!«ntH. Geelonff n^d Melbourne. : The Australian Mutual Provident Society. ,riie National l'lre. Insurance Co. of New Zealand, ,;rhe Ballarat Banking Coi Wmlied., Vho Australasian. Mutual/LlveStock Insurance Society Limited. And buslneBK.arrangqments with all the leading nrma of "auctioneers In New fonth Wales and: SoiUh Australia. ./J.' ' Auction, sales of Horse?. Rattle, Sheep held at Horsham, Nhill, Hamil ton.' Murtoa. Minylp, Warrackna'lieal, Beulah, Hopetoun.'Rupahyiip, Donald, Dimboola- Kanlva. Natlmuk,;!Oor.pke; Dunkeld, Castehon, Cavendish, Strat.h lioivnie Balmoral. . rerang,~'and;'li'ake Bolac. MON6Y TO LEND ...

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CALAQUIL. EODDER CROP FAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

CALAQUIL. (From our- Correspondent.)^ koi>moit crop : -hahjs: " S'orglium growlug. iu,the majority <>£ -cases: iaverynearly a failure this season, and farmers will tic incllnod . to lceasa:;trylng, to-;grow,,i(v ftjl. liavo seen- several .larms' i where: was sowu.iin1 fairly 'large quantities^anil it. was ■ not iby any, means. a suocess. Yet tlie :rainfall,- !s.i not , t|io:: cause- ot ; the-, failure.pas' it :di(i. iiot'. resuencl <to the. heavy1Vain iiviJanuary,-and .if, it.grow, now ivvould onlyrbo iii;tho,way- of cui- .' tiv ating. MOTOR BUGGY PURCHASED Mr. -K: McAllister has bought a mo tor buggy, single-seated. . . Those who use motors And them agreat, time- , saver in getting to town to do bu<il. U03S. " >

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BEULAH. FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

BEULAH (From our Correspondent.) -FIRE BRIGADE. At the . last raeotlng of the Fire Bri gade, Captain Gpbel tendered his re signation, which was accepted with re gret. -(Lieutenant' Whitty was appoin ted captain, .with Fireman 'J; M. Leslie as lieutenant. r PICTURE ENTERTAINMENTS. The Brass Band have entered into arrangements with. a visiting picture company to run a fortnightly; series of pictures for the band funds. The first entertainment took place on Tuesday night, and although weather conditions were unfavorable. a; good house was present. .i"': SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. The anniversary of tho Methodist school took place on Sunday last, when tho Rev.- T. Green delivered' two ad dresses to largo congregations. Tho school) assisted ^y the choir, render ed special singing, under the baton ot Mr^T.'Moriey.;::^The-:aiiilvei^ry^waa further continued on Wednesday even ing by a tea, followed by a publiq'meet ing . in ..the Mechanics' Hall. A num ber of interesting items were render ed by tli...

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POLITICAL AFFAIRS. CABINET AND CAUCUS CLASH [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

.POLITICAL AFFAIRS. CABINET AND CAUCUS CLASH- - ... Cabinet and caucus in New fcouw Wales clashed ovei^ the hitter's de cision that no appointment's/ be mad" to the. Legislative j.Council until ft® names of nominees hive first been sub mitted to the caucus. Mi\ HoMan, tho" Premier, 'declaiW; thatthe resov Iutlou is an intertererice with the Min istry's administrative functions, He says that -no appointments will ho made until the motion is resclndod.. rrs SENATE CANDIDATES. j : Ballot papers have been issued to,v the. representatives of Uie various, leagues who aro ontltled to vote In the . selection ot ljlberal candidates If"; , the Senate. Each person entitled' i>} Jfote is invited to indicate a choice,of six men to contest the Senate in the. Liberal intorest, >•> The names oMW.. candidates are as follow ; —Ser.&to,1' J. II. McColl, Mossrs. W. II. Edgar, C. Gavan Buffy, S. Maugor, H81?® < Cook, W. Wilson, A. St: Ledger, W. A. • j ■Trenwlth, W. J. McLean...

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BRIM. WORK AT WEIR. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

BRIM. (From our Correspondent.) WORK AT WEIR. - The shire engineer visited the weir on Tuesday last, and is having the ne cessary ivorlt done to prevent the dimi nution of the water. THE CROPPING SEASON.' Cropping will be general next week, Several have started, hut the majori ty preferred waiting till after the rain fell. COLLIE'S FAITHFUL VIGIL. Some mystery is attached to a col lie dog that has remained on the road in the vicinity of Messrs. L. Wurfel, T. Burgess, and Relin's farms for the last three weeks. It is apparently waiting'and watching:' for someone who never comes. It is presumed it gets -a drink from a dam near tho road, and lives on rabbits from an ad jacent stump heap, as it does riot go neaf a habitation. Evidently it is a faithful animal, and it is a pit^. the owner has deserted or lost it. SELECTION OF CANDIDATES. The members.of the local branch of the Australian Women's National League.met on Tuesday in connection with the. selection of tW six Senate candidates, ...

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GOLF SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 April 1914

GOLF SEASON. ■ The golf season will open in a wee* or so now, arid Mr. Kelsall lias again kindly granted permission to use his paddocks, a privilege, which'has al ready been availed of by some .of the ardent golfers of .tile .town. The re* cent acceptable."rains;have• inade the' going rather pleasant,/and the greena MW receive attention, in. a few days •A wire fence now runs • across the first . paddock about 60 yar^s-froui tlie ,^r3v tee, and with a stretch of wire net* ting will form a' good; 'useful bunker. Attention is directed to .the general meeting to be .hold next Tuesday, ©vear ing at 7,30. at .McCombe's jHotel...

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MOONEE VALLEY RACES. (By Wire.—Melbourne Monday.) [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 28 April 1914

MOONEE VALLEY RACES. (By Wire.—Melbourne Monday.) The above races, held to-day,- wore very successful. Results :— Hurdles—"McAlpine 1, Blaclc Native 2, Kalabah 3. 7 to 2 winner. Two-Year-Old race.—Veronal 1, Lan ceretto- 2, St. Pierre 3. 4 to 1 win ner. Handicap.^La George 1, Monodia 2, Avonwort 3. 2 to 1 winner. Steeple.—Westport 1/ Moroka waa first past the post, but was short of weight, and was disqualified Plate.—Eiboro 1, Sharpshooter 2, Dumfries 3. 15 to 1 Eiboro. Purse.—Cuhvarre 1, Gold Braid 2, Duras 3 9 to 4 winner.

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 28 April 1914

COURSING. . | A committee meeting of the {•Sheep Hills Flumpton Coursing Club I was held on Saturday evening. In i the absence of the president, Mr. F. j Glover, one of the vice-presidents, was voted to the chair. The chairman read the resignation of the president, Mr. R. H. Stainthorpe. The resigna tion was accepted with regret. Mr. H. Heath was nominated for the vacan cy, but declined the honor owing to a death in the family. Messrs. P. Glo: ver and Jas. Sprake' were then no minated, but the latter said he must withdraw in favor of an older suppor ter of the club. Mr. Glover agreed to take office on condition that .Mr. Heath would accept the presidentship next year. Mr. Heath consented to do this, and the intimation was re ceived with applause. It was decided to present Mr. Stainthorpe with a tra velling bag in appreciation of his ser vices to the club, the presentation to be made at a banquet to bo held short ly. Discussion as to the first. meet ing on May 6th took place. On the ...

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SYDNEY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 28 April 1914

SYDNEY RACES. Hurdles.—Longhrea 1, Briar Horiy 2, Kopne 3. 3 to 1 winnor. Douman Sinkes.—Averse 1, Qold ■Brew '2, 'Brattle 3. 10 to 1 winner, 1 Novice.—First 'Prize 1, Mai'chwood 2, Stimulus 3. ■ Youthful Stakes.—Don Solvo 1, Ho post 2, Dowliug 3. Tattersall's Cup—Cider 1, The Chris tian Brother 2, Sir Vive 3. 1G to 1 winner. Club Welter.—St. Medoc 1, Moon Briar 2, Marbrean 3.

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CAULFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 28 April 1914

CAULFIELD RACES. Huidles.—Clontaft 1, McAlpin 2, G to 4 winner. ' Two Year Old race.—Telecles 1, Wormwood 2, Linless 3. G to 1 win ner. Glenhuntly Cup.—La George 1, Ham burg. Belle 2, -Mountain Princess 3. S to 1 winner. 1 Steople.—iMaroka 1, Altar Boy 2, Barfluer 3. 10 to 1 winner. Welter.—Winnipeg 1, CUiss Gower 2, Sharpslieoter 3. 8 to 1 winner. ~ Brighton Handicap.—Golden Wire 1, Lord Walla 2, Anna Carlovna 3.

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AUSTRALIAN PROGRESS. RECORD YEAR PREDICTED. LONDON PRESS FORECAST. LONDON, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 28 April 1914

AUSTRALIAN PROGRESS. RECORD YEAR PREDICTED. LONDON PRESS FORECAST. ■LONDON, April 24. An article on Australia appears m to-day's issue of the "Financial Times." The newspaper states :— "Australia is faced by such a com bination of favorable factors that a re cord year of prosperity in 1914 is almost certain. The rainfall and the prices of wool and mutton make it cer tain that the. squatters and pastoral companies wiil benefit. The financial interests in London have been mak ing heavy purchases lately of Aus tralian-pastoral and agricultural se curities. There is. still an excess of buyers. Further advances are probable, as the dividends are likely to be higher. Borne companies, are known to be look ing for additional estates as a means of', employing their accumulated re sources."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 28 April 1914

Swears By It. \ ■'My little grandchild Olive was attacked with bronchitis, and nothing I tried did lier aw good," says Mrs, B Htadifen, 186 Tasmau street, New town N.Z. "Having seen Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy advertised, as being most effective In the treatment: of bronchitis, I thought I would try it x did so; and It gave her imme diate relief from the first dose. . Now I swear bv Cliamborlain's Cough Re medy." Sold by Hutchinson and Co. and J. N. ■ Woolcott.

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PARIS DISPLAYS FASHIONS TO PLEASE THE KING. PARIS, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 28 April 1914

PARIS DISPLAYS FASHIONS TO PLEASE THE KING. t PARIS. April 25. During the Royal visit to Paris, the dress displays showed dark blue taf feta gowns with long-waisted tunics. Long-waisted bodices buttoned down the front are the most popular, noted. The latest touch is to leave one or two buttons at the neck unfastened. ' Although the slit is gone, there is considerable transparency about the narrow skirts under the long tunics. Many of them are of striped muslin \ or chiffon, through which flower-pat terned stockings are plainly visible.

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