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CRICKET. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 28 April 1914
CRICKET. (To the Editor.) S'1', -the cricket mutch w racknabeal v. Country Association"^ do-not wish-to rob lUe Warrnckniit J bowlers of the: credit that Is ,?,t f' them for their splendid perform? In dismissing the cou„?v' °™ a"ca the small score of .26 - ri¥.a w , would-ltke to state that iVV('tiler lall or (Bangerang'sent nlonE-ti,el': presontatlves, although flva-mbi Wf,8' selected from those two clubs. - T7",® meant that live substitutes had t'L! Included in. the team at the last nient, some of thoni picked up on nil ground. 1 'aril sure It. would havo been more satisfactory to both teams had the country team been a run™. sentatlve one. —J. Swnnn. lion. C.C. 'Association.
A BOUNTIFUL SEASON. WOOL £1 PER BALE UP. WHEAT AND MEAT RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 28 April 1914
A BOUNTIFUL SEASON. WOOL £1 PER BALE UP. WHEAT AND MEAT RECORDS. At the annual meeting of the Mel bourne Chamber of Commerce, Mr. 13, NT. Grimwade, the president, stated .that the past year, had proved a pro fitable one for merchants. The in crease in .the wool clip amounted to 200,000 bales. In addition, the current values for wool were fully £l"per bale above the average. The wheat yield was 32,900,000 bushels, and was the second -largest on record. Be tween 'December and 'March, 12,600,000 ,bushels of wheat and ilour were ex j ported. The oat crop had also been a bountiful one, the quantity being 8,890,000 bushels. Meat* had put up a record for quantities and prices ; 190,000 tons, were exported, from the Commonwealth of a value of about .£'7,000,000; 14,607 tons of butter had been exported from Victoria of a va lue of £1,650,591. The quantity of cheese exported was 036,386It>. For Victoria, for the year ending 31st De cember, imports amounted to £24,387,000, as compared with ...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 28 April 1914
GOLF. The seasonable rains of the past week have' been gladly welcomed by the devotees of golf, and the local links are likely to be largely patronised by "knights of the cleek." The an. nual meeting of the club will take place at McCombe's Hotel this even ing, when the balance-sheet will bo adopted, and the officers elected for the ensuing year. Already there aro indications that the club will hava another successful season, and tlio official opening is being looked for ward to with a good deal of pleasur able anticipation.
STATE SCHOOLS EXCURSION. TRIP TO MOUNT ARAPILES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 28 April 1914
STATE SCHOOLS EXCURSION. TRIP TO MOUNT ARAPILES. A combined schools excursion on the Rainbow and the Goroke linos to Mt. Arapiles was run on Wednesday, April 22nd, • to celebrate Discovery 'Day,, a special holiday being granted by the department. The special train stopped at all stations between Lor quon and Arapiles, and Goroke and Arapiles, picking up teachers, scho lars, and the parents at the different places, and arrived at Arapiles at 11.30 a.m. (Waggons and vehicles were provided by the Natlmuk real, dents and school committee for the conveyance of the elder people and younger children to the foot of the mount, a distance of two miles, while the elder scholars and teachers walk, ed. On reaching the Mount, the dif ferent parties sat down for luncli. Hot water was provided by the Natl inuk people. This was a great boon to the picnickers, and the gentlemen at the coppers are to be congratulated on the manner in which they kept about 700 people supplied with boiling water. A litt...
"MADE IN AUSTRALIA." COMPETITIVE TEST. A DISCOMFITED' IMPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 28 April 1914
" MADE IN AUSTRALIA." COMPETITIVE TEST. A DISCOMFITED' IMPORTER. Acting on the suggestion of Mr. u. A. Teale, furniture manufacturer, Mel bourne, who, in evidence before tlio Conimnowealth • Inter-State Commis sion, asserted tliat if Australian made three-ply veneer were soaked -in water the veneer would come to pieces, tho Inter-State Commission carried out the experiment on the lines suggested, both with; the Australian and the im ported veneers.- When the commis sion resumed its Bitting after tlic lunch Interval, the Chief' Commission er (Mr. A. B. Piddington, K.COj com municated the result- of the 'experi ment to the witnesses concerned id the application. . , "We have," said the Chief Commis sioner, "carried out the experiment as suggested. -All' the samples -of three ply veneer submitted to -the commis sion have been completely immersed in water for 18 hours,; and then ex posed to the sun.:. ■ As a. result the. Australian made tlu'ee-ply veneer, spe cially manufactured -for bu...
INCOME TAX DEDUCTION. ALLOWANCES FOR FARM HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 28 April 1914
INCOME TAX DEDUCTION. ALLOWANCES FOR FARM HANDS. At a meeting ol the council bf the I Ballarat Agricultural Society a letter of: much interest to farmers was re-j celved : from Sir Alexander .'Peacock, M.L.A., stating the result of his re presentations. to the income. tax office concerning- the society's action .to ■ get an increase, in the, amount allowed to: be cdeducte'd for the lceep of farm hands, etc. The income-, tax officer ' pointed .-out .that .where separate :ra i tion accounts -were ..-kept ■'and- the amount actually: expended included in the taxpayer's return, it was . allowed, •but .where no ..such- account- was . kept the-i: amount:. allowed *:; waa ' .19/ : per week:. ■ . It . was . further stated , that very, few; complaints'-had.: been recei ved -up :to the" presents but, in: view: of tiie increased - :eost of livijig - of late years,; the:.'Commissioner had- , under consideration the question of; increas ing the, allowance accordingly. ,
UNIONS TAKE STAND. GOVERNMENT PLANS NOTED. SOCIALISTS MAY RETALIATE. PRETORIA, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 28 April 1914
UNIONS TAKE STAND. government plans noted. 'SOCIALISTS .MAY '-RETALIATE. pretoria^ April 25. Circulars liave been sent by the bo cialists' Society to the trades unions of Cape Colony proposing retaliatory action should the Union Government pass its contemplated reactionary le gislation. ' The scheme includes , - organised withdrawals from the Defence Forces, a boycott of African goods, withdraw als from, the Savings Banks, and a general strike. .. . . Ia a leading .article the "Cape Ar gus" belittles the movement, but,warns Parliament to avoid legislation anta gonistic to legitimate tradas unions, because it would be playing into tlis hands o£ the revolutionary party.
BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. ESSONS OF CHILDHOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 28 April 1914
I BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. •LESSONS OF .CH'IDDHOOD. . The- anniversary 0f the Baptist When thrS oe!ebmtei! 0,1 Sunday last, bv TL n oes 'vere eo"&lt;lucte(l &lt;lL ' ?°V; °' The elill H-im f'? l',Ba befi" trni"ed 'V Mr. « aud tjir, Linden, sang* special dUaMe m,eaC'1 S01'ViCe )n a ",ost ore" „ inannei-. .Miss l. Candy for •Master8 C (f by ,Mri- J' Elllott anfl Mastei C. Osmond (violin), supplied the musical portion o£ the services' n r i, i w,ornil|S service the Rev. O ' ^illdreneon ,\1Vered, ?" a(lare3a t0 ths j '■"""ren on the subject or "Pins " or I '®si!°!ls from small.things. After ex 'Kl* 6 a,tlVan0C ^"Maclme nam the haud-made pin to the ma chino-made pins of to-day. which are "lade, packed, and sold 300 for one penny, the preacher drew several 1m sons, and applied them to the lives and conduct of the children. -First they were small, biit not to be despis ed. Second, they were useful, and thus valuable. Third, they were eas reliable 0™0k...
FEDERAL DEADLOCK. MEMBERS DISCUSS SOLUTION. COMBINED MINISTRY SOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 28 April 1914
FEDERAL DEADLOCK. MEMBERS DISCUSS SOLUTION. COMBINED MINISTRY SOUGHT. To, render unnecessary a dissolution of the Federal Parliament by the se lection of a Ministry from both sides of the House is the .object which se-' veral members of the House of Repre sentatives are. trying to bring about. A movement in this direction lias, heeu quietly started, and the matter was discussed by groups of members on Friday. If there were any certainty that a double dissolution would end the pre sent deadlock in Federal political af fairs, there wquld be very few re cruits to the elective Ministry idea, but as there are doubts as to who tlier such a dissolution would be gran ted, members' are casting round. for. another., way, out. They, see that, it a double dissolution were refused bj> the . Governor-General there; would ;bS a probability of the House, of Repro. seritatives being dissolved. 5, - A condition of the" proposed coalition . is that neither Mr. Joseph Cook nor i Mr. Andrew -Fisher s...
WARRACKNABEAL GUN CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 28 April 1914
WARRACKNABEAL GUN CLUB. - ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the above was held at Woodfine's Railway Hotel 011 \Friday evening. The president OMr. :D. McColl)v occupied the chair. The secretary (Mr. C. Warner) read the balance-sheet for the year, which show -d that the club was in a sound financial condition, and wound up the season with a credit of £17 .16/11. The- secretary said that several sue* cessful shoots had been held. The president said the balance-sheet, con sidering that they we*e late in start« | ing the season, and had to contend against other attractions, was satisfac tory. As they knew, Mr. Warner had taken up the position when the books were in chaos, and had done good work for the club. The balance-sheet I was adopted. The election of officers was then proceeded with. Mr. McColl was alec* j ted president. He said lie would have | preferred that some other member be i elected. He had held the position for some years, and he thought it should go round. However, a...
THE ULSTER CRISIS. BITTER ATTACKS ON MR. CHURCHILL. SCENES IN THE HOUSE. LONDON, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914
THE ULSTER CRISIS, BITTER ATTACKS ON MR. CHURCHILL. SCENES IN THE HOUSE. LONDON, Tuesday Night. Iii- the House of Commons to-day, Mr. Austen Chamberlain made a vig^ orous attack on the Asquith Govern ment. He moved that a Judicial en quiry be made into the instructions issued to the army officers. He claim-, ed that Mr*. Churchill had made his provocative speech after assurances had been given that Sir Edward Car son might submit an agreement to Ul ster, and said that they were not go inff to have Great Britain sink to the level o'C Mexico. Let them put the whole matter to the proof. Colonel Seely had been the tool of unscrupu^ lous persons. Mr. Asquith had . sup pressed the movements of the troops and his alleged white paper had not disclosed everything. * Mr. Churchill made a hot reply, cha racterising. the motion as audacious and impudent, and then raised a storm by referring to Sir Edward Carson's part in the gun-running. fn the scene which followed Sir E. Carson shouted, "You'r...
CABLE NEWS. "HERALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. (PER REUTER.) SITUATION IN MEXICO. 5000 TROOPS IN VERA CRUZ. ALLEGED ILL-TREATMENT OF AMERICAN PRISONERS. WASHINGTON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914
CABLE NEWS.-;/'' "HlfRALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. (per reuter.) SITUATION IN MEXICO. 5000 TROOPS IN VERA CRUZ. VI lbgbo iul-t'reatment or AMERICAN prisoner'S. WASHINGTON, Tuesday. ' The outlook in regard to the dispute between tlic United States and Mexico lias distinctly improved. - _ Provisional President iHuerta lias announced his formal, acceptation ot ilio offer by the Jl'razllian,-Chilian, and 'Argentine Governments to me'dlate be- j ' tweeii -Mexico and tlie United States, and President Wilson also expresses Ills approval of such a course. The diplomatic representatives, of U.S.A., Mexico', and the .South Ameri can republics are trying to find a way out'of the embroglio. President Wilson's message., to the; Congresses I reassuring. . ' • | Iirigadier-General Punston has ar rived at Vera 'Cruz, with 5000 U.S.A. troops. At -Cordoba Admiral Maas has pro mised to release the American and British prisoners there. . Several wo men and children are amongst them, and reports show-that drun...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914
A Serious Breakdown is often the result of neglecting a cold. Curo your cold with 'Dr. Sheldon'B •New Discovery. Price, 1/C and 3/. Obtainable everywhere. Although the settlors at 15oinka, in the newly settled anailee countryi reaped little tor last year's work, they have not been disheartened. Improve' ments in-clearing, building, and fenc ing' are going ahead rapidly. . .Mr, WBrodie lias erected a line, house ol concreto. > • For Children's Hacking Cough al Night, ■ ,Wdod»' Great Peppermint Cure; 1/6.
BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914
BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. The yarding of cattle at the Bal larat market 011 Tuesday totalled 174 head, one-third being good to prime quality. „ Competition was active, prices being fully equal to last week's highest rates, closing -with an upward [ tendency. Prime bullocks sold up to £15 10/, extra sorts fetching £16 12/ 6; good bullocks made to £13, and medium descriptions to £10 10/. The best cows brought to £11, extra good fetching, £12 5/. The majority o'J the 4220 sheep penned were medium descriptions, only a small proportion being tfrime quality. The market opened brisk at a substantial advance on last week's rates, closing strong, with an upward tendency. Prime crossbred wethers sold :to 35/, extra heavy bringing to 39/,' and good to 26/, while medium brought to 22/. Crossbred ewes realised to . 27/ for prime, and 29/3 for extra good, while medium ranged up to 18/ and good to •23/. , Merino wethers from 13/ to !8/.
TELEPHONE LIST. WARRACKNABEAL EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914
TELEPHONE LIST; WARRACKNABEAL EXCHANGE. Day and Night Service. 72; Bank of Now South Wales. 71. Brand, Arthur 12. Broadbent Bros. 91. Bullnss Bros. OS. Burgess, F., Private Hospital. &lt;10. Caine and Glassoii. (ID. Candy, W. ; 02. Cannon, J. 20. Cattanach, L. T,.'!. Club Hotel, 55." Commercial Bank. 70. Colley, J. S. • 4. Commercial Hotel. 60.- Connolly, Dr. H. A. ' '.19. Court Houso. '3. Craig and Co. and Private Hou.sc. Gl. Crerar, Gilbert J., and Private Residence. 27. Dally and Co. 27. Dally, Thos. W. •12. Devereux, 10. J. M. 54. Devereux, Tames G. 21. Discaciati, J. W. 2,S. District Hospital. 29. Donald, Dr. B. P. - 7S. Duncan. Mrs. C. 5. Dungey, T. W. 50. Freeman Bros. 30. a Gardiner, Thos. E. 33. Gas Company. 4$. Gowers, G,, Butcher. 49. Gowers, G., Private Residence. ._.9iX-JIayt©r,- T. 11. Hutchinson and Co. 11. Hutchinson, John. 75. Janes, W. H. 46. Kelsall, John. S7. King, A. 63. Laidlaw, T. H. and Co. 21. Lawson, Geo. W. 8G. Lemon Bros. 23. Letch and Parry. 51.'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914
Never Felt Setter. , I:used to'go'nearly-mad with pato*; in my liead," says Miss R. E- Forstor, 55 Iffla street,, Sth. Melbourne, Vic. • "I tried almost everything, but tltf headaches were there just the sam&lt;j» . Theai I saw Chamberlain's Tablets ao'. vertised in the paper, and thought I would give them a trial. The first few closes made a different woman of fflft for they completely relieved me » headaches." \ Sold by Hutchinson aflfl Co. and J. N. \Voplcott., . : . -Tenders are invited by the BoruDS •Council for various works, particular8 of^whlch appear in this issue. AppN* cations- are also^rcciuired, in conn®0' tion with the working of road chines,;etc.' •••.* At a meeting on Tuesday the Cfl* f bluet decided^' in connection: with bulk handling of! grain,, to see whetlifl* a Canadian expert can be/obtained^0 advise the Government fin thematter* There was ^ record attendaiico a' the Swan Hill fete, J3112 being taUeiJ at thg gates. ' The/Molbourno Kiltios. • Band was in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914
Many a Sleepless Night. ; "Nothing gives me more pieasure than to recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to all of my custom ers," says Mrs. Alice (Morrison, Cr. of ICarr and Fitzgerald streets, Perth, W.A. "My children were subject to bad colds with difficult breathing, and I had many a sleepless night with I them till I tried Chamberlain's Cough | Remedy. Now Twould not be without 1 a bottle for any money. If my chil* dren get a slight cold I gives them a dose and the cold is no more." Sold by Hutchinson and Co. and J. N. Woolcott. A mysterious fire occured at Donald on Snuday morning, when a large stack of wood used as fuel for the pumping station was .set on fire. In cendiarism is suspected. Oh, woman, in .our hours of ease, Uncertain, coy, and hard to please; ■But when a cough contracts our brow A ministering angel thou! 'We see you sprinting for the phial That holds a priceless boon Of Woods' Peppermint Cure, and which Will ease our trouble ^soon. THONG. No. 15. J.. N. WOOLCOTT,...
SPORTING NEWS. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914
SPORTING HEWS. FOOTBALL. (The annual meeting of the Waiiup \ Club _)vas held on Monday overling, : when there was a"~good atteudanco. Officers were elected. as follows President, i\lr. I. -L. Armstrong; secre* tary, Mr. R. McKenzie; treasurer, Mr. A. McDonald; committee, Messrs. h. Hayter, W. Pressey, A. McDonald, E. Waters, A. McKenzie, president/ and secretary; match committee, Messrs. A. McDonald and J. Waters (playing members),, and W. Pressey. (non-playfife) ;-auditors, "Messrs. I. £• ' «Armstron^ and A'. -McDonald; dele gates,; Messrs! A',' McDonald and W. Pressey.-' The fsecretary^ was. instruC' ted to write to the district clubs to ! ascertain if a competition could b® formed. . . A meeting of tlio Methodist Football Club, will be held ori. Monday evening next in tlie •Scliool. Hall.