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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

LOOK FOR THE CAUSE. Have you ever - thought what it is that makes your back ache, your head, limbs, or muscles ache, that weakens your heart, or makes you nervous, sleepless, or irritable? It is kidney trouble, and the above are some of the ■warnings. * Doan's Backache Kidney Pills should be taken at the first sign of anything wrong. They are the re liable kidney and bladder medicine, and they are' perfectly safe for men and woxpien to use. The best evi dence of this is the statement which we give below :— ■Mr. Thomas L. Mepstead, veterinary surgeon, Scott street, Warracknabeai, says "Some years ago I met with an accident, aud i must have injured the kidneys in some way, as- -afterwards my back was very weak, and always aching. I suffered agony, and was often so bad that I could not straigh ten my back, and had great difficulty in getting about. My secretions be came affected, being thick and cloi.dy,. and containing a red sediment, and they were sometimes the c^lor • of J/Iood. I a...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

auctions: ri" Agents, Land, Finanoo, '■-'■'■mm--'' horsham, NHILU' HAMItjT.PN AND WARRACKNABEAL.' S h "(jjnpesaV Ararat, MW9,a" Mlny'p,' Nhlll,' Hiipanyup,' blmboola, Oonsia; Torang,- Balmoral, and'Qorokt; also W61sley,'s:a.!!' " ^OEIj|t8 HOR:^ In rivB Lasoelles, Uml^e'd, Wool and '"'Grain Brokers; Stock and liS Age®t®. pnd 'Seibouni^.'' ; V " " fSfAustral(an Wutual^Provident Society. lii' ^ktlonal Fire Insurance Co, ot New'- Zealand. S;Wlafet Bahlilng'Co. LlmItca.:'-' ; ' I aJ-iatralaBlim Mutual Live, Stock Insurance Soolety Limited. I d business arrangements wltti all the leading firms of 'au'ctloneorB in l,t°^outU Wale's and South Australia. ■ I lirHon Bales of "HorsM, Cattle,, Sheep held at Horsham; Nlilll, Hamll 1 .riYbi, MlEj'lp, \Yarracknabeal, Boulah,' Hopotounyilupan^up, Donald, Kanlvi,' Natimukr Gorokei'd.unkelB, Castertofa',' Civendlsfi, 'Slratb I5» Baiiiioral, Terarig," and'Lake Bolacr " |>«W money TO lend a+ "lowestrates. itfaerackna&csal Stock saTUHUAV, MAY ...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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BEULAH. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

BEULAH. (From our Correspondent.) AGRICUI/TURAL SOCIETY. The annual meeting of the Beulab Agriculture Society, which was i>) have been held on Saturday, was ad journed owing to insufficient attend, ance. Only ten people were'present, showing a lamentable lack of (Merest on the part of the public. It is the more regrettable in view of the post-' tton in which the society is at present placed." Owing to shockingly adverse || weather conditions on the occasion of B the last show meeting, the venture jj proved unprofitable. This, combined H with other expenses incurred, places || tli© society in the unfortunate {Na tion of being faced with ao overdraft of £183. The officers feel keenly the indifference of the residents to this important matter, and have instructed the secretary .to circularise those concerned with the object of awakening interest if possible. COLLARBONE DISLOCATED. "When playing fotoball on Wednes* day a young lad. named "William Pettil had his collarbone dislocated ...

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COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. : Wheat, 3/4i/2. Flour, 14/3. Bran, 1?1%. - "v* ' Pollard,. 1/1%. Factory butter, 1/4. Daiiy butter, 7d. and 8d. Eggs, 1/2. Melbourne Press Quotations:— ■Factory butter, 1/2. Dairy butter, 8%d. to 9%d. / Eg'sg, 1/4. ' (By^ Wire.—Melbourne Thursday.) Wheat, 3/9%; oats, milling, l/10y>; feed, J/9V&.

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

personal. I IIr. Hutchinson, Minister of Am ' culture and Water Supply, will n'rrit ' In Warrucknabeal by tiie morula •'train'to-morrow, and Mr. ■ McKiunon • Attoruoy-General and Minister for Railways, will reach Warracknabea -by the.« p.m. train to-morrow ever inn. On Saturday evening a aoput' tlon from the local Progress Assocla" tion will wait on 'Mr. JtcKlnnon with regard to railway matters. After tak iug part in the Hospital Sunday dj monstration both Ministers will re. turn to Melbourne on Monday next. Mr. Percy Holland, of Avon l>la|ns. who lias been suffering from an at!, tack of pneumonia and typhoid fever and whose serious condition lias given, his friends great concern, is now on the road to recovery.

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The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDA MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, MAY 1st, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

the paper with- the largest circulation. published EViiHY tuesday a^d "friday mornings, with" . supplement. >riday, may 1st;' 1914. The annual:appeal on< behalf;,of the hospital will be-made in Warrackna beal on Sunday, when the citizens will be afforded .an-opportunity oC helping the institution. ; Two gatherings will be held, one on the creek reserve, near tho. Bowling Green in the afternoon, and the other rm the ..Melba- Hall: in the oveumg at 8 o'clock.; Mr. McKin nan; Attorney-General;; and -Mr. Hut chinson, -Minister rof Agriculture and: Water; Supply, will be ^present, - ;and will ;deliver addresses, and there will be musical. selections on-both- occa slens. A few months ago, the lilperali ty- ofrthe -people -enabled the commit tee- to; wlpo tmt the indebtedness of the- hospital, amounting tooverJSlOOO, andr It-.Ismiow->: desired < that- adequate contributions y.sitould -be received - to. r iiieet^the^aunualacost of- maintenance md -expenditure, ra...

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PRIZE-LIST. POT PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

PRIZE-LIST. POT PLANTS. Judge-nMr. J. R. Taylor. Stewards —-Mrs. Duncan and Mr. L. McLean. Specimen plant, Mrs. Twyford. Pot maiden hair fern, Miss G. Stevens. Three varieties grasses, Mrs. Moulden. Three varieties begonias, Mrs. Moul den. One begonia, Mrs. Hosie. Ono palm, Mrs. Twyford. CUT FLOWERS. Judge—Mr. J. R. Taylor. Stewards —(Messrs. J. J. Crrtig and A. Taylor, junr. Six annuals, three cuts ol' each, Mrs. W. Grabseli. Three- varieties drum mondl, three trusses of each, Mrs. Moulden. Three varieties roses,.Sir, R. J. Pearson. Three red roses, Mr. R. J. Pearson. Six roses, district grown, Mr. G. Smith. , Best . three roses from plants supplied by Mr. R. J. Pearson, Mrs. R. Smith. Champion rose, Mr. A. W. Smith (pink Maman' Cocliet). Three varieties geraniums, Mrs. W. Surridge. Six carnations, Mrs. Surridge. Three varieties ivy geraniums, iMiss IRobins'on. Three varieties antirrhinums, Mrs. Grabseli, Collection of cosmos, W. Robertson, Collection of six varieties of cut flower...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

SPECIAL VALUES for THE WINTER, In Ladies' Coats. (n Ladles' Sport Coats. In New Winter Dress Materials. In Ready-to-Wear CostumeB. In Furs. In Winter Hosiery. In Winter Gloves. In MUUhery. In Blankets. . In Eider-down Quilts.' In 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. Tailoring. Tailoring. Tailoring. FOR GOOD UP-TO-DATE AND FIRST-CLASS TAILORING WE HAVE EARNED A WIDE REPUTATION. WE HAVE JUST LANDED DIRECT 'FROM THE MILLS A SPLENDID RANGE OF WINTER SUITINGS. - VISIT W.. H. JANES, "Where Everything is Best by Actual Test." J; vTwyforcl, Builder atid Contractor, The " Mallee " Joinery Works, Woolcott Street/ Builds to suit your requirements in any part of the District. Doors, Fly Doors, Sashes, and Frames on hand and Made to Order. Wall Papers, Ironmongery, and all building: requirements supplied at Lowem A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

THE <*>■ ESTABLISHED 1SM.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

Used in India. "During 13 years f lived in India I' Used nothing but Chamberlain's Cough Jtemedy for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis* and 'Sore Throats," says ?:Mr. Archi bald C. Macafter, care of .'Roberts..-arid Sons/engineers, Bendi^o, Vic.: "I have given it with great success to-hun* dreds of natives, both Hindu and Ma* hommedan, arid In every case it haft proved 'efficacious. Even natives1 hijrlt caste often came to uiy bunga*. low ; asking for a dose of Chamber-1 Iain's -Cough Remedy, so I do not hesi tate to recommend;it in all cases pti colds and brortchial troubles. Sold bj J I iHutchinson and Co. antl. J. N. Wool-j cott. * .. - • ) i

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DOES A WOMAN SAVE BY SMALL ECONOMIES? [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

DOES A WOMAN SAVE BV 4MALk ECONOMIES? By "Mri, Harris." As I'writ# the words, "Docs a wo- j man save by sinairenouomies?" there j irises on m.v mental homon the figure 5 of Letitia. Peace be to her ashes— ; that is, if she wants them to rest in < peace, for while on earth ©he made j the full endeavor of her life to know | no peace herself and to prevent oih- / ers having peace. She created for } herself worries and enjoyed their at* j •uo&phcre as others strive after its j ivoiduuce. 1 Volumes could not tell the luxury i<( woe she found in breakages, in the itidden notices from servants, in the i non-delivery of goods, in the thous- ' and and one disappointments which ( give the ordinary housekeeper some { unpleasant of xn hour." They gave her food tor grumbling and for distressful prophecies for days, and made everybody feel the time of wrath had indeed descendeu tm the threshold oI the average citi zen. Once only was letitia rendered, without the powe...

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Two Powerful Arguments. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

Two Powerful Arguments. The mayor of a raining town hail been away on leave, and as he had .outstayed it a vote of censuro was passed upou him. At-(be meet ing of the council ho, in hta oapi.ictty of. mayor, directed tlu>. minutes of the previous meeting: to be read; which contained the following entry: — "A. vote of censure frr:2 d or. the mayor for outstaying his lcav<v and it was resolved lo ask for an exj planati.on." . . \ "Who proposed this vote of cen sure?" asked the mayor. * ' "I did," sulci a councillor/ sUmdin's up!; : •'You did, did you?" continued his interrogator, *,stepping from hia .presre dential chair to the unfortunate; mem ber; -.'then take that." ' : . With these words the mayor smote his enemy in the right eye and felled him to the ground. "Who seconded this resolution?" Ik again asked, quietly resuming his posi tion. • /Fhere was no answer; the council*. lore were not over-anxious for a pfty* I sical contest with so hard a hitter as I the mayor. ...

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FLOWER SHOW AND FAIR. AN EXCELLENT DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

FLOWER SHOW AND FAIR. AN EXCELLENT DISPLAY. . As an established institution in War racknnbeal, the,.autumn fio^ver' and fair hold in connection with the Pres byterian Church is extremely popular, and invariably commands good patron age and support. This year's exhibi tion, which took place at the Melba Hall on Wednesday and Thursday, compared favorably with those of pre vious years, whilo the result, from a financial point of view, should bo gratifying to all who gave their aid in carrying out the undertaking. If •Milton, who expressed himself in such beautiful thoughts when referring to the rathe primrose, the tufted crow toe, the pale jessamine, the pansy freaked with jet, the glowing violet, the musk rose, the well attirod wood* bine, and the cowslips wan that hang the pensive head, could, convey his impressions to-day, fiow much gran der would be the picture h*e would present under modern conditions and knowledge? Still in some respects conditions have not changed. - The dominat...

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INTHALA. A KAFFIR TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

IN THAI. A, A KAFFIR TRAGEDY. A glbrious African moon w'ae rising. The veldt lay silvered beneath ita light, and the bueli and trees seemed to glisten with frost. But. it wae not froat—-the ..air was humid with the heat of a long day just past. Jt had oeen'very hot, and in a low mud hut a Kafllr girl had lain panting. Now and again she reached for the cala bash•.'•■of cool, sweet water near her heapof rugs and skins, A little child lay by her side, a chub by, jolly little black baby. Sometimes I it opened its black eyes mid stared with fixed gravity at the mother. Per | haps in its little heathen heart it wondered why this big mother so pas sionately attained it to her breast, to the great discomfort, and inconveni ence of the tender little body; and why that breast shook with great tear ing ©obs, stifled and ' suppressed though they were. Poor little pic canin! Thy mother, the beauty of her -tribe, has for over disgraced her self In the, eyes of her kinsmen, in giving birth to thee...

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SHIRE VALUATIONS. APPEALS AGAINST RATING. CON[?]LICTING STATEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

j SHIRE VALUATIONS. APPEALS AGAINST RATING. CONDUCTING STATEMENTS. A number of appeal cases agalusl sliire valuations were dealt with in the Police Court on Wednesday. Miv \V. G. (Smith, P.M., presided. ' Mi*. Wright Smith appeared for the appel lants, and Mr. Pitcher for the shire, E. W. Amor appealed against valua tion of £25 on his property in Moly» neaux street. Wm. Abbott, shire valuer, said the house consisted of four rooms, kit* chen and bathroom. The area was about a quarter of an acre. There were some nice orange trees growing on the property. He fixed the capi> tal value at £450, and the rental vn lue at 12/6 per week. This house could ont bo compared with other dwellings in the same street. Allow*, ance was made in' his calculation for rates, insurance, and upkeep. The locality" was not the most attractive in the town. Charles John Mossman fixed the ca pital value at £445. A fair rental i would bo 12/6 per week. The place was in good order. ^ . I John Janies iMarchaut ...

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AUCTION SALES. MESSRS. YOUNG. BROS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

AUCTION SALES. MESSRS. VOUNOftBROS. .Messrs. Young Bros. report a small .vitrding of 'all classes of. stock at theli Horsham yards on Saturday last About 1000 sheep were sold. Cross bred weaners made 13/, merino weth ers 14/9, crossbred wethers 17/3,*cross ewes £1 1/, draught gildings £c2(?, mares £30. At Dftnbooln sale or. Thursday last sheep were in good de mand. and an absolute clearance was effected of all stock yarded. Foiti hundred ami fifty-seven cross ewes. 4 and 6-tooth» made «Ci 1/; 150 merinc ewes, 4 years, 10/;- 160 cross ewes, 1G/; 110 cross wethers, 16/3; SI me rino wethers, 12/6; fat cows, at £7. At Dartmoor sale on 17th inst., 66$ sheep and 52 head cattle made good values. At Merino on the following day we sold 400 . sheep and 27 head cattle at rulingv rates. On Tuesday 21st inst., we had a very satisfactor> sale ft Kauiva, and sold 1100 sheep at good values.- Fojtr hundred and fif tv-five cross ewes made IS/9, 385 cross weaners 14/9, 2S1 do. 14/4. On Wed nesday, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

• A Grocer's Recommendation. r '!For the pasti 20, years," .writes'Mr. R. Harrison, grocer, Parramatta Rd., and Catherine street, Leichhardt, New; South : Wales, "I have, been asuiferer from 'Diarrhoea,' and although I liavo tried various prescriptions; have found nothing relievo mo.liko Chamberlain's Colic and uiarrlroea Remedy. I al ways'keep a bottlo for my own use at my private residenco»and at my store." ■Sold by Hutchinson and Co. and J. Ni Woolcott. , 1 i WASTE OP FIREWOOD, v: .At-the present time in the. newly set tled malice country between Ouyen i andsvthe border;'.thousands':of malleo I stumps are being - heaped up and barnt. For Bronchial Coughs, talis Woods' Great Poppormlnt 'Cure, 1/0 The Little Amber Bottle. A FAMILIAR OBJECT IN THOU- | SANOS OF HOMES. The amber bottle in which Dr. | Morse's Indian Root Pills are pack- 1 ed is probably better known as a familiar object about the home tnan ■ any other bottle of a like kind. It is not there as an ornament, but for pract...

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BRIM. ADDITIONS TO HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

BRIM. (Prom our Correspondent.) ADDITIONS TO HALL. The hall committee met last week to consider the tenders for the en largement and alterations to the build* ing. Three tenders were received, the lowest for £214 being accepted. Mr. Coulsen, of Ararat, was the sue* cessfnl tenderer. Those interested trust that the work will be expedited, so that the rooms can be used for the winter evenings. 'DEATJ-I OF '.MRS. W. SHERRIFF. • Widespread regret was felt when the news of Mrs, Wm. SherrifC's sud den death at her residence, "Mona meith," Leopold, from heart failure, was koawn on Saturday. The deceas ed lady and her husband (who also died suddenly nearly six years ago) came to the mallee from Norlunga (S.A.)j, about 24 years ago^ and after 14 years' residence there left for Leo pold (Geelong), where she has resided ever since. She was a consistent Christian, also one whom it was a privilege to call by the sacred name of "friend." Besides several rela tives, she leave a grown-up daughter, ...

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ELECTRIFICATION SCHEME. ACCEPTANCE OF TENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

I ELECTRIFICATION SCHEME. ACCEPTANCE OF TENDER. The Railway Department has accep* ted the tender of the British Insula J ted and Helsby Cables Company at j j £250,121 for the supply of feeder ! cables in connection with the electri* ficatiou of the suburban railways. The cables will supply high tension ener gy from the Newport power station to various sub-stations.

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STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

STAR PICTURES. - A large, and appreciative audience assembled at the Star Picture Theatre "on Wednesday everting, when the management presented a programme of a high order of merit. All the films were clearly depicted, and pro ved most interesting and enjoyable. "Sweetness of Life" , was an excep tionally good drama, allowing the bra very of a young man iu risking his life by undergoing an operation with a certain new discovery. Some sensa tional features were depicted. "The 'Second Homecoming" was an emo tional drama well received, and the lesson taught will not soon be forgot ten by the spectators. ; The ster dra ma was entitled, "The Rose of Sur rey," and was, full of stirring and emo tional features, prolonged outbursts of applause testifying to the apprecia tion of :the onlookers. Other good dramas screened were "The .Ranger and 'His Horse" and "The Strange Way." ; A scenic , picture, ""Surf and Sunset on the Indian Ocean," was very interesting. ■ The comedy -dramas caused, a v...

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