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HOSPITAL SUNDAY. CHARITIES LEGISLATION NEEDED ADVANCE OF MEDICAL AND SURGICAL TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

! HOSPITAL SUNDAY. ADDRESSES BY MR. McKINNON. CHARITIES LEGISLATION NEEDED ADVANCE OF iMEDICAL. AND SUR GICAL TREATMENT. | A large crowd assembled on the creek reserve on Sunday afternoon, when the annual appeal .was made on behalf of the hospital. The weather was delightful, and the gatheriug most enjoyable. Among- those present were a number of country people, who found their motor cars very convenient for a run into Warrack nabeal, and the trip very pleasant. Both the Town and Federal bauds were in attendance, .and under "the direction of their conductors, rendered some sacred selections with splendid I effect. The music was greatly en joyed. The speaker for the occasion was Mr. D.. McKinnon, Attorney-Gen eral and Minister of Railways, and he was supported by Mr. W. Hutchinson, Minister of Agriculture and "Water Supply. Mr. R. Smith, president of the hospital, presided over the gather ing with characteristic geniality. Mr. McKinnon, who was received with applause, said it had bee...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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MUSICAL PRODIGY. BOY OF SEVEN LEADS ORCHESTRA. LONDON, 29th April. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

MUSICAL PRODIGY. BOY OF SEVEN LEADS ORCHES TRA. LONDON, 29th. April. I A musical prodigy is .astonishing the public at the Albert Hall. A child,! seven years o£ age, named Willi Fer-| rero, Is acting as conductor of the or chestra, and he is giving a surprising exhibition of wonderful powers of lea-1 dership. His mastery of technique isl astonishing the musical world.

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TEMPERANCE NEWS. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

TEMPERANCE HEWS. (Contributed.) Scientific temperance instruction was introduced into the public schools of the United Suites of America about 25 years ago by Mrs. Mary Hunt, and now the children of all grades of tho public schools in the 48. States of the union receive Instruction on the phy sical, mental, moral, social, and na tional .effects of alcohol, tobacco, and other narcotics. Twenty-five years of tlits destruction is bearing fruit, and the boys now grown to men are vofr ing the saloon out. "The Pioneer," recording the "Splendid -Fight and Local Option Vic* tories," states.:;—It was the greatest battle ever fought in the history of lo cal option in Canada. In some pre vious Ontario campaigns there was, voting in more municipalities. In I none of them was the fighting "so hot. In no case had our friends so strong and thorough organisation. In no, case were the difficulties to be over come so great. Out of the S2S mu nicipalities in the province, 463 were dry before this stru...

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

The Latest and Best. Br. Sheldon's Gin Pills are the lat est and best remedy lor Backache and Kidney Troubles. They have only to be tried to be appreciated. Sold in glass containers at 1/6 and 2/G. Ob tainable everywhere. SILVER STAR SMRCH WE BEST IN TMg WORLD 8 lb Parcel INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES SVBr. S> B. ABOTOMEY Fellow Spencer Optical Institute, Fel low Victorian Optical Association. Sight Specialist and Expert Optician. Wen and favorably known all over Victoria and South Australia for the visit S y1"S' WiH Pay Ilis next Visit to the district as under :— WARRACRNABEAL, from 12 a.m Wednesday, all day Thursday, and till 12 a.m. Friday, May 13, 14, and 15, at Commercial Hotel. a11 dajr Tuesday, May 12, at Commercial Hotel „ MWYIP, from 4 p.m. Friday, all day Saturday, Sunday, and till 11 a.m. Mon day, May 15, 16, 17, and 18, at Sham, rock .Hotel. .For Expert Advice on Eye Defects one cannot do better than consult Mr. ' jibotomey, who is a Qualified Opti cian, and Guarantees ...

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SOCIAL. COMBRIDGE—McNEIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

SOCIAL. CQMBK'IOGE—MoNEIGHT. A very' pretty wedding took place at the Christian Chapel, Lygon street, Carlton, on Tuesday, April 14th, when Miss Elsie Beulah McNeight, daughter of Mrs. II. 'Davies and the late Mr. I James 'McNeight, and step-daughter of i 'Mr. ;H. Davies, of 'Meredith, was married to Mr; William George Corn bridge, evangelist, Church of Christ, Brim. The ceremony was perform ed by Mr. Thos. Hagger, State evan gelist, assisted by Mr. J. K. Corn bridge (evangelist, uncle, of bride groom), Kyneton. The bride, who was given away by her step-father, Mr. H. Davies, looked charming in a fa'tylish gown of crystalline silk, with fish-tail train. The bodice was of guipure and the shaped skirt was pret tily trimmed with satin and lace. She wore the orthodox wreath and veil (embroidered) v and carried a bouquet of white roses and asparagus fern. The bridesmaid was 'Miss Campbell, cousin of bride, who was gowned in a pretty white silk, wearing a cap of apricot silk that matched ...

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

Woods'.; Great Peppermint Cure,-. For 'Gouglis and Colds, navor falls. I/O. . .

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RICHARDS AND CO.'S DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

... RICHARDS AND CO.'S DISPLAY. Illgh art photographs in every sense of the terra aptly describes the new Easter exhibit offered to the public at,-the. famous studio of Richards, and Co., The whole scheme of their spa cious window lias been remodelled, and *the general verdict, "we feel' as sured, will be that a decided improve ment in the effective display of each subject has been obtained. ■ Thei pic tures-themselves- are Quite up to the high degree of artistic excellence, for wjiich tile firm" of .'Richards >and Co! lias . gained 'world fame. " " The large' central studies are again a triumph, aiid -collaboration of the-.artist, pho tographer and colorlst. The most pro minent la a .life-size head study of a lovely little boy. The beautiful curls and chubby face' of the: little chap needed only the warm flesh, tones to almost make the picture live; .Very. flnV is-the' companion picture, a young i girl-gathering wood violets. ' This is again a fine-achievement, the expres sion o...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. (To the Editor.) Sir,—In common with many other users of the telephone. I have noticed a marked improvement in the local service since the department has plac« ed a trained attendant' in charge. Dis courtesy has given place to civility, delays have been replaced by prompt service, and at last the Warrackna* beal exchange has become fairly satis* factory. 'It is with great regret that I learn the department's intention to remove the present trained attendant' I and put subscribers once more at the [mercy of untrained, careless boys. I trust that a general and effectual nrnfPRf. may hft made, and the present attendant's services retained. Yours,

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SYMES—MARCHBANK. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

, SYMES-aiARCH'BANK. :: The- Methodist ■.'.Church,: Warrackna beal, was 'the scene of an exceedingly pretty wedding on -April 15th., Tlie contvactag .parties - were Miaa. ;. May. Symes, daughter of<Mrs. -p.-R-.'Symea,, "Woodbine,". 'Warraclinabeal, and Mr. Gordon Marclibank, of Hawthorn, Mel. bourne. =.KTho churchy was;tastefully j and prettily decorated with pot plants, i white cosmos, and other choice flow ers, the artistic 'work of the girl friends of the bride. The ceremony took place at J p.m, the officiating clergyman being Rov. Ti*os>. Alduy, The "Wedding March" waif played by Miss Sevan. The bride, who was given away by her uncle (Mr. Fred. Syrues), looked very pretty. Tha bridegroom was supported by Mr. Roy George, cousin of the bride. The bride's dress was'of silk Brussels lace, over soft ivory satin, the overskirt caught with clusters of orange blos som. The bodice was arranged with a yoke of ninou, V shape neck, and finished with seed pearls, empire train o...

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ATKIN—MARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

ATKIN—MARKS. Oii April 22nd a very pretty and nicely arranged wedding took place in the Methodist Church, Oakleigh, when Mr. Thomas William Atkin, third son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Atkin, late of "Aldinga," and Miss Selina Adelia Gertrude Marks, eldest daughter ot Mr. and iMrs. J. Marks, of Oakleigh, were united In matrimony. The | bride who was given away by her father, was attired in white silk, trimmed with pearls. The officiating minister was the Rev. W. E. Se comb. The bridesmaids, Miss M. Marks, Miss S. Marks (sisters o£ the bride), and Miss 0. Atkin (sister of the bridegroom), were attired in grey icrepe. de chine, and wore butterfly caps. The* groomsmen were Mr. O. Atkin (brother of the bridegroom), Mr. G. Marks (brother of the bride), and Mr. A. Goutie. The church was tastefully decorated by the girl friends' of the bride; several of them going all the way from the Warracknabeal dis trict,- to be present at the function. The reception and. breakfast; were held in the Town Hally ...

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CONNECTION WITH EXPRESS. MINISTER IMPRESSED WITH PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

CONNECTION WITH EXPRESS. MINISTER IMPRESSED WITH ("PROPOSAL. Sir:: Hutchinson, introduced a .depu-. j tation representing, the Progress Asv soeiation,.who urged that the second division of the express, which now terminated its journey at 1Hor^a™' should run on here, two nights a .-w.eefc Personally, he had argued the matter with the commissioners on at - least half a dozen different occasions, hut had been unable to persuade them to accede to' the request. ' fetter suit was now- hoped for, with the as. sistance-of the Minister. One aigu inent advanced by the commissioners against the change Was that on mall nights the main express must wait for the - second '• division, which over hauled it at Horsham, but the depu tation.did not ask for any interference with mail nights, support of the alteration, it was urged that ,in the second division of the express, the passengers carried from Murtoa to Horsham were few, and that a greatoi number would always travel on the, \ ' Warracknabeal l...

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MINISTERIAL VISIT. CIVIC RECEPTION. MR. McKINNON ON THE RAILWAYS. AGRICULTURE AND WATER SUPPLY. BORUNG'S LEADING POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

MINISTERIAL VISIT. CIVIC RECEPTION. MR. MeKINNON ON THE RAILWAYS. agriculture and water supply., isoru'no'S LEADING POSITION. The Attorney-General ami Minister 'of Hallways, Mr. iD. McKinnon, and the .Minister of Agriculture and Wa ter Supply, .Mr. W. Hutchinson, came to Warracknabeal. on 'Saturday in or. cler to assist the hospital in connec tioii with the annual appeal on 'Sun. day. Mr. Hutchinson, who arrived by Hie morning train, was busy among Ills constituents during the day at tending to water supply and other matters. Mr. MoKinnon, who reach' ed Warracknabeal in the evening, was met at the station; by a number of citizens, and welcomed to the town. In the evening there was a civic reception at the Shire Hall, when the Progress Association and other bod ies took the' opportunity of placing a request before the Minister of Rail ways. There was a representative at tendance. . Cr. W. 'P. Schickerling, wlio'ls tlte president of the Progress Association, apologised for the absence...

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SKATING SEASON. POPULAR WINTER PASTIME. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

' SKATING SEASON. POPULAR WINTER PASTIME. . The Star skating rink will open the- season at MoCombe's Hall this evening, when a large attendance is expected. Two evenings have been set apart for skating, viz., Thursday and Friday, and no effort will be spared by the management to promote the enjoyment of patrons. At the Melba rink the opening night is fixed for to-morrow evening, 'and thereafter skating will take place every Wednesday and Saturday, after noon and evenings. The rink will l)e under the management of Mr. A. C. Macquire, who is a competent instruc tor. Arrangements can be made for private tuition.

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AGRICULTURAL SETTLEMENT. INCREASE OF WHEAT YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

AGRICULTURAL SETTLEMENT. INCREASE OF WHEAT YIELD. i REMARKS BY MR. HUTCHINSON.. Cr. -Schickerling proposed the health of the Minister of Agriculture and Wa ter Supply, ..and complimented him on the way in . which he was discharging I nis dutieg. He was most energetic, md was-doing a lot of good work. The toast was enthusiastically hon ored. . Mr. Hutchinson, in returning thalika for the compliment paid him, said; he had made a promise when he was in Warracknabeal recently that the run of water from Lake Lonsdale would be speeded up by two. months. That promise had been kept. The gates had been opened and the water i;un-: ning full stream since before April .lst. He was pleased to .know that a great part of the district had already been served. This was the' biggest sys tem of channelling from \ a single storage iu the whole world, and it took time to get tha water along.. Unfor tunately farmers were suffering from the driest''spell, that had been 'ex perienced for some years; He was...

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THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

the gun. ■ To-morrow the local Gmi Clut> sW hold their. opening shoot on the ra course. A:£5 sparrow handicap?'»; be shot off, followed by starling sweep stakes. ■

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MELBOURNE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

MELBOURNE MATCHES. Saturday's: League matches resulted as follows South Melbourno 8.U beat Geelong 7.9;. Fitzroy 9.15 bcaj' Richmond 3.10; Essendoit 12.14. beat University.' 7.8St. KIlda: 6.1S beat Carlton 4.11; Colliugwood 9.12 beat Melbourne 6.7. - . , •. . The. - Association matches JJP as follows :—Williamstown 12.13 teat Port Melbourne 4.12; Essendon 18.JJ beat Brighton .6.9; Footscray 1U» beat Hawthorn 9.10; Brunswick iwi beat NortUcote 4.8; North Melbourne 11.10 beat Prahrari 5.10.

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Never Felt Better. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

Never Felt Better. " I used to go. nearly; mad with pains in' my head," .artys: Miss R. E. Forster, 55 Iflla street.,' Stli. Melbourne, Vie. "I tried almost everything,~ but the headaches were there just the same. Then I saw ■ Chamberlain's Tablets ad vertised iu tlio paper, and thought. I v^ould give them a.trial.. The first lew doses made av different woman of me. for, they, completely relieved me of headaches," Sold by Hutchinson and Co. and J. :N. Woolcott. ■ , At Mount Gambler George Drowitt, farmer, was found guilty of stealing 2S sheopi ,'an'd was sentenced to tliroo years' imprisonment. •; •'

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

harriers. Harriers are' reminded that tlie W tial paolc run'"will be held at 2 on Wednesday, : May Otf., «W®*' from; tlie recreation reserve. A members "will '.be,;exP0C^e(^ >. part' r :

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

No Coughing at Night. , ; Laxo:Tonic Pills can be: taken at {» times, and-under all conditions. W both young and old alifce witlioiit tlij .Blfghtest'.rfsk'arid without danger of xinpleasaht after-effects. Luxo-Toaio Pills assist ihe- processes of nature, give relish ;• to the food, removing e* ;•1 haustion, sick- headache, and uiaoy other ailments. Laxo-Tonic Pills aw : a popular pill at a popular price. Oov; tainablo everywhere. ..'■Deau Parlryjj, "who is leaving.^ England,-, was * farewelled on Thursday night; .Addresses ^®, the diocese, synod, and narisliioners, /• •were couched * in' flattering terffis, ww tlie Dean also received* a purse, ol about 400 sovereigns.' . The - farmers', convehtionvin M - hold at Maryborough-'at tho otid of June There will be 400 visitors, w already stopa are being taken" to nia^e siich arrangements for the deleK^63, as VlH upliold tho credit of the Mflr)*' Vpi'ouish people. At Giinnedah, John- Druce, SO, fl laborer, was committed for trial for. hav...

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

Tor Chronio Chest Complaints, Woods* Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6.

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