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

p ■ . ■■ ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA PICTURES. There was a large and appreciative audience at the Melba Theatre on Tuesday evening, when a good selec tion o£ pictorial attractions was screened. Among the dramatic sub jects portrayed was an engrossing story, under the title of "The Poison Tree.", It was a film which preseii ted many attractive "features, and the 'spectators followed the development of the drama with sustained interest. There were some picturesque scenes, and some remarkably good acting There were two Indian dramas, "The Ballyhood's story," which presented impressive contrasts, and "General 'Bunko's Victory," which was of a most exciting character. Another picture, which was cleverly worked out, was 'The Footprint Clue." These and other items mads up a varied and en joyable programme.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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A GENEROUS OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

A GENEROUS OFFER. Since the Progress Association launched out in their endeavor to beau tify the town, and take an interest in the progress of Warracknabeal, tho committee have experienced splendid support from the citizens, with the result that the initiative work will lie proceeded with at the earliest „oppor tunity, a lid at the end of the year the work should he well ahead. At every meeting the executive -committee' aie receiving evidences of sympathy and good wishes of the citizens of tho town. A generous offer was made at the meeting 011 Monday night by Mr. T. E. Gardiner,- who has offered the Melba Picture entertainment as a means of raising money for the bean tlfieatlon of the town. The committee have the entertainment placed in their .hands, and can make arrangements to hold a series of picture shows, con tinuously or at intervals, until the sum of £100 is raised. The whole of tho proceeds from each entertainment will be for the Progress Association, and everything will be ...

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

SHIRE VALUATIONS ; . -A large number of appealB; against ' rating assessments made by the sliire valuer1 wore dealt with . in -^thO' court tills week, ithO-jPolioeHlaglstrate.' iMr.: . \Vr'G::Smith;{ sitting"; for;.; two'.daysjn < order that- decisions?might be-arrived St...'; •> On ^Wednesday ton appeals, vvero dibjio^ed of, and an equal numbci re mained on the list to bo iuvest'gated yesterdaj, The uppollantb" in every instance wore residents :of«the. town. j In ! ?some-; inatancesvvthe•; assessments, I j 11 tho light of v tlia: ovldeaoo ■: tendered, J j were considered too high, and slight reductions were made, in some cases the valuation was confirmed, and there " i were some withdrawals. Valuations l were submitted by both sides, and the magistrate had to determine between them. In one instance particularly this was not an easy task, as tho difference in the estimates of values was remarkable, so much so that it was deemed advisable to make an in* spection of the ...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. PROFIT ON CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

NEWS OF THE DAY. PROFIT ON. CAUNIVAl/ Tile net profit on 'the; Easter carni val at Stawell was £309 3/5. A sum of £37 3/2 was spent on additions to the plant, so that the actual balance was £272 0/3., Last year's carnival gave a profit'ot £190 12/7, including the amount spent on additions. PORTLAND CELEBRATIONS. ' Tlie Premier and several of his col leagues, together with about 13 mem bers ' of both Houses "of Parliament, were at Portland yesterday In connec tion with the.'Plenty memorial cele brations. This is . the eightieth yeai since the Henty' family landed in Portland on November 19, 1834. Al though a few months before the ac tual date of the anniversary, it was thought by the local people a fitting opportunity to celobrate It in conjunc tion with two such important district events as the beginning of tlie outer harbor works and tlie commencement of the Victorian section of the Hoy wood-Mount Gambler railway line. ' LOVE OF HUNTERS. Miss Catherine " McCulloch, of Woodlands, • ...

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STATE REVENUE. PROSPEROUS CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

STATE REVENUE. PROSPEROUS CONDITIONS. The total revenue for April was £l,r?5,3S2, being an increase ot £159,156. The principal increases were—Railways, £27,9G7; other public works, £33.;57G; excise^ £20,S32 From July 1 to the end of April the revenue was £S,348,945, being an in crease of £428,542.

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POLITICAL AFFAIRS. STATE HOUSE TO ASSEMBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

POLITICAL AFFAIRS. STATE HOUSE' TO ASSEMBLE. . The State Parliament will be.-cal* led together in the last week in June. At a sitting of the Cabinet on Tues day Ministers were' engaged princi pally in preparatory" work for the ses sion. It will depend upon the views' of Ministers regarding the date of the General Election how much will be embodied in' the sessidnal programme.. The idea is gaining ground that the. appeal to the electors will be in the third week Jn August. 'In that ease there would',.not be time for passing any important legislation. PREFERENCE BIUL FIRST. ' Mr, Cook, the! Prime 'Minister, is determined to carry, out the promise made in the Governor-General's speech opening Parliament. that the session would be a shorii one. He said on Tuesday that the first measure to be introduced after the- -censure motion was disposed of would. be the . 'Non« •Preference Bill. This is one of the . bills on which the question of a dou ble dissolution: will be tested. In the I Gove...

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Late Melbourne. (By Wire.—Melbourne Thursday.) ROLLS NOT NEEDED. MR. O'MALLEY'S PLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

I Late Melbourne. (By Wire.—Melbourne Thursday.) ROLLS NOT NEEDED. MR. O'MALLEY'S PLAN. Mr. King 0'<Malley told the Federal Electoral Commission that rolls were not needed. Each elector should be given a card which would be mark* ed when he voted. This would pre vent duplicate voting.

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GOLF SEASON OPENS. POPULAR WINTER GAME. WARRACKNABEAL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

GOLF SEASON OPENS. POPULAR WINTER GAME. . ' \VARRACKNAB E A L CLUB. There whs a fair attendance at the annual meeting of the Warracknabeal Golf Club, which was held at McCombe's Hotel on Tuesday evening,, The provident (Dr. Tregear) occupied the chair. A statement of the financial affairs of the club was submitted by Mr. Stanistreet. and was considered satis factory. The year was^started with' a balance in hand of £*24 5/G, and though the expenditure was heavy on account of an outlay of £36 for the erection of a golf'house, the year end ed with a credit balance of £3 1/. j In commenting on the balance-sheet, the„presfilent said he thought the po* sition of the club was very creditable. They had a revenue of '£68, but that included £24 brought forward from I the previous year. A big item was the cost of the building which had been erected, but it would be a great convenience to the metnebrs, and was money well expended. The mainten ance of the links had cost £9 12/. Tins worlc was im...

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FIGHTING CONSUMPTION. DR. PAGET CLAIMS SUCCESS. HIS DISCOVERY DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

FIGHTING CONSUMPTION. DR. PAGET CLAIMS SUCCESS, HIS, DISCOVERY DISCUSSED. "If I am right In my theory of tho prevention and cure of consumption, it will open up an. entirely new'field in medicine," said Dr. Owep 'F. Paget, who arrived In Melbourne from Fro niantle by the :Morea on Monday. ,f0f course," continued Dr. Paget, "I know that; to use a common* ex~ pression, 'every man on his Aown job sees red.' Every prospector thinks lie has discovered the richest gold mine in the world. I will not relate the results of my experiments. They have been entirely ' satisfactory—in fact, asttniiidlng—but Ihave not con ducted a sufficient number to speak what I feel, though 1 am prepared to spend £1000 or,more to give them r» fair test." Are you going to America for thai purpose? GOVERNMENT AID 'NEEDED. "I have booked my passage there because I have influential friends who will see that my discovery is properly tested But I intend to explain the methods of treatment to the principal medical off...

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

No Coughing at Night; •] Laxo-Toalc.Pills can bo takeu at all times, and under all'conditions by both -young and old'alike without the! ' slightest- i4sk' and Avithout:,.danS©r--.-o?, unpleasant after-effects^.^ I Pills assist the processes., of. s nature, clve-relish- to the food, removing ex haustion, sick headache, and many other ailments.; Laxo-Tpnic Pills arc I a popular pill at a popular prico. pb: tuinablo everywhere.

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SON OF TIPPERARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 1 May 1914

SON OF TIPPERARY. Tlie late Rev. A. R. Edgar * was a tig genial Jiearted son of Tipperary, who never forgot tile land of his birth, and on more than one occasion he turned aside from the fierce turmoil of his work for social reform to speak on behalf of the "most distressful country." Whilst lie was resident in Geelohg, the coercive regime of tha Salisbury Government was in full blast,-.and Mr. Edgar did not shrink from "the responsibility of the position. When the Irish. ehvoys (Mr. John Dil lon and StrThos. Grattan Esnionde) visited Geelong in the course of their tour on behali of the evicted tenants and the plan pi, campaign, movement, •Mr. ;.Edgar .se^jt - to, tlie secretary (Mr., T.-P. Walsh) a sympathetic ''letter'," "whiclr was read at the ■ meeting.. The demonstration -was tlie most' success ful Irish., meeting ever held in the city,, and upwards of £300 was sub scribed in.tlie hall. ' " - ' ' 1'HOSPBCT IHOMISIXG. "Viewing the-position as a whole, I am of opinion ' that the*...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

There is every probability of Us Mallee Association, being re-formed this year with the same four clubs competing, viz., Brim, Beulali, Hose., bery, and Hopetoun. - The two farmer clubs have had their annual meetings, and have decided to join the associa. Hon, so it now only remains for Rose bery to fall in line. " It is thought that the Hopetaia team will not be as strong this season; as It was last. Some sterling play-'; ers have left '.the district, notably, - Rev. Ivory, H. Logan, Basham, Groin, and Trotter. Rosebery has lost their star player of many seasons, viz., A, Symes. ■ . • A meeting of members and intend ing members of the Aiisa Football Club is announced to i)e held in the school, to-morrow, Wednesday, ,6th inst., at 8 p.m. A meeting, of the local club will b9 held at Rudd's' Hotel this (Tuesday) "evening at £ o'clock.1 All players are requested to turn up for practice on , the park this ovenlng. A meeting of-the -WallUD BoUemiau Club" will be lield at Blue Ribbon on T...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. DISHONEST TRADING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

NEWS OF THE DAY. DISHONEST TRADING. 'By applying a lighted match ti> goods sold in Sydney shops as the finest silk,- a visitor to Australia show ed that they contained no silk what ever, though they were wonderful imi tations. It was said that one article sold at S/ll a yard could have been sold at a profit at 1/6. Other goods, such as ties, were sold at from 200 to 400 per cent, above the retail va lue. In each instance the articles were made from wool fibre. SOMETHING- LIKE EXHIBITS. ' The wonderful fertility of the .soil was evidenced at a show o£ produce at (Beech Forest. Potatoes weighing 3^4 lb. each \frere shown, Japanese rad ishes of Sib.'weight, Turk's caps 100 lb., cabbages 211b., parsnips 2. feet long, and a dozen hen eggs weighed 21b. 3oz. In one class there were 52 exhibits of potatoes. TRANSMISSION OP CANCER. Dr. <E. F. Basliford, director of the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, con tradicts the theory that cancer Is, transmitted to the inmates of houses in...

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

The first meeting of the season ol the Hopetoun Club was held on Wed. nesday and was very enjoyable, j stake £or ten dogs, at one guinea, m decided. Results :—First round-n ■Fraser's Senator's Wish beat A. Cooft Hopetoun "West; II. Brennan's Mil. lionaire heat R. Perring's Scars juJ Scratches; W. Glatz's Sea Lad beat "R. Fraser's Broda; Griffin's Merrie •Doree beat B. A. Buckley's LaJ} •Hopetoun; G. Glare's Dradnat's Nora beat W. Glatz's Gordon's Inheritance. Second round—Senator's Wish beat Millionaire, Sea Lad'beat Merrie Do. ree, Dradnat's Noon a bye. Third round—Senator's Wish beat Dradnat's Noon, Sea Lad a bye. Deciding course —R. Fraser's Senator's Wish [Sena tor Jack—Don't Wisli) beat W. Giatz'j Sea Lad (Sea Gow—Fairfield Lass),, and won-tlie stake. " The Sheep Hills Plumpton will open the season to-morrow with a puppj stoke .of eight dogs and an all-aged stake of 10 dogs. Several dogs wen' withdrawn owing to the want ot rain.

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SPORTING NEWS. TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

SPORTING HEWS. turf. Final acceptances' (or the t cipnl races at Adelaide on and Monday were declared oiTw! day. :Tho Goodwood Handicap'!! turlonss, lias 26 accoptors, aiid • Cup lli have been paid up' tor. : In the Goodwood, Tadangahas it weight with O.S, which should ; her. Kosni S.ii, may r\m f0! and First Shot 8;2 rends pretty'', Qualr Burn may bring tho'pritt'i Victoria, but we' think whatever fe, River Prince and Special nre,v, about win. These two horses auk! the one stable, and, perhaps, Spec Brow will prove best. Orvteto Is j bio's representative, and Hlglibroti'jj a Victorian from whom goo4'tijJ| are expected, and among tlio ( weights perhaps Sir Vincent Great Shot may ,bo best. Our,tlSs,| is SPECIAL .RKEW, With FlKSll SHOT and OUVIETO next. Mountain Princess heads 'Hie ' in tiia. C.up, but she seems unlw and s;2" is' quite enough; ga' S.O, reads nicely on his Mistt&tisn'<• form, and Wassail may be danserouil The best ot Scobie's, Eithaia, Orvleli| or Mi...

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MINING DISASTER SEVEN MEN KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

mining disaster seven men killed, An appalling disaster in„i. 1 Bondigo on Saturday W|,l! Wa»l wero filled by an eiplJ^J

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AUSTRALIA'S NEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

Australia's needs. "I think Australia is a magnificent country," said the Dean of Ballarat (Very Rev. N. Lindon Parkyn), at his farewell gatliering at the City Hall. "When we think," he contin ued,' "of its soil, its mineral resources, its climate, I can see no reason wliy there should not be millions of peo ple here in a few years. I am quite sure Australia wants two things. She wants a good Government, by which J mean a Government which has pas sed the experimenting stage, and is prepared to legislate for the people as a whole, and not for any class, and she wants an industrious, sober peo ple, not unduly given to sport and gam bling Then the star of Australia will never set."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

A Grocer's Recommendation. "For the past 20 years," writes Mr.' R. Harrison, grocer, Parramatta Rd.*, and Catherine street, Leichhardt, New South Wales, "I have been asufferer from 'Diarrhoea, and although I have tried various prescriptions, have found nothing relieve me like Chamberlain's Colic and JJiarrhoea Remedy. I al ways keep a bottle for niy own use at my private residence and at my store." Sold by Hutchinson and Co. and J. N. Woolcott.. • Tenders are invited by the I^ational Trustees, Executors and Agency Co. for the purchase of stock in trade and plant used in the business of the late Thomas Griffiths, of Warracknabeal. A County Court will be held in War racknabeal on Thursday; 21st Inst. The Melbourne limited express, 'which', left-Sydney.'on Thursday night, collided witlv a stationary goods train at-, the• Goulbiirn station, - but 110 seri ous, damage .was caused. Applications are called by the shire in auotlier .column for dayman for the west . riding;, and also for for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

If br'glit, blue eyes and rosy lips ■Dark shadows hide behind, And all the pleasures that one sips No longer please the mind. "When influenza grips amain Then seek out fortune—woo her; She'll make the blue eyes bright again ■With Woods' Great Peppermint ■Cure. Freeman Bros., land, financial and general COMMISSION AGENTS. WOOL A\'D skin BUYERS. Scott Street South, WARRACKNABEAL, H YVE Locnl Farms, both Free hold and Leasehold, for Sale on moat Liberal Terms. loan MONEY available on lowest terms. AGENCIES; Younghusband, Rowe, and Co., Pro., Woolbrokors. McDougall's Non-poisonous ShoeD Dip. The Lister Sheep Shearing Machines Nicholson and Morrow's Union Har veste.-. Buckeye Harvester Co. Machinery, Including Osborne Reaper and Binder. South British Insurance Co., Ltd. ' Perpetual Executors and Agency Co Sutton's Pianos and Organs. P* Mclntyre's P. and J. Sharea (Linlie'T patent.) Agt-icles In Western Australia and New South Wales. Good properties available in both States. Particulars o...

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BEULAH. GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

BEULAH. (From our Correspondent.) GOLF CLUB. At the annual meeting of the Golf j Club Mr. T. H. Jackson occupied the chair. The balance-sheet showed £2 \ 8/1 to the credit of the club. Tho total membership for the past season was 43, composed of 23 ladles, and 20 gentlemen. Judging by the inter est displayed, the present season pro mises to eclipse previous records. The opening day was fixed for Saturday last. Officers appointed were—Pre* sident, Mr. T. H. Jackson; vice-presN dents, Messrs. Miles, ,W. H. Jackson,' AV. Molony, and 'P. A. Teare; secre* tary and treasurer, Mr F. J. Trevenan; committee, Dr. Morgan and Messrs. Kiernan and Bullen ; liandicappers, Messrs. P. A. Teare, M. J. Kiernan, and F. J. Trevenan; ground commit* tee, Messrs. Kiernan, T. H. Jackson, aild F. J. Trevenan; ladies' commit* tee, Mrs. A. E.- Thomas, Nurse Pettit, Misses Lawson and McICenzie. "OF STERNER STUFF." It is popularly supposed that women are afraid of mice, and imagination has, on occasion, pictured...

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