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HEWITT—WALL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

HEWITT—WALL. A very pretty wedding was celebra- ted at St. John's Church, Sheep Hills, on April 15th, the contracting parties being Mr. Albert Hewitt, sixth son of Cr. and Mrs. Hewitt, and Miss Isabel Wall, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Wall, of "Lone Lea." The church was very daintily decorated with ivy and silver bells. The bride was at tired in a dress of charmeuse, veiled with ninon, and trimmed with silk in- sertion and seed pearls, with full court train and the customary wreath of orange blossom and veil, and car- ried a shower bouquet. She also wore an aquamarine necklet, the gift of the bridegroom. The bride enter ed the church on the arm of her fa- ther, whilst the choir rendered the hymn, "Lord, who at Cana's Wedding Feast." 'She was attended by her sis- ter, Miss Mamie Wall, who was pret tily attired in a dress of ivory silk crepe de chine, trimmed with silk in sertion, bordered with fur. She car- ried a bouquet, the gift of Mrs. Geo. Powell. She also wore a gold neck...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 5 May 1914

OBITUARY. It is with feelings o£ (loop regret that we linvo to chronicle the death of Mr. D. O'Leary. The sad event .happened at 1 p.m. on Friday. Mr. O'Leary contracted a cold whilst; wor king at the wheat stacks at Sheep Hills. He ceased .work, and was nursed by Ills wife for a couple of days. As ho did not Improve, Mrs. O'Leary took hlin to Murtoa for me dical treatment, but Dr. Rabl advised his Immediate removal to the public hospital, stating that he was suffering from acute pneumonia. In spite of medical skill and nursing, Sir. O'Leary passed away in tlio presence of liis wife and family. Deceased came to the Wimmeru with his parents -in .the early days, and selected land a few miles West of Sheep Hills. After many years' toil and hardships, Jlr, O'Leary and his wife and family were obliged to abandon their home and seek employment for a livelihood. This is an instance of work done by pioneers who did not receive tho cre dit which Is due to them for their labors. Jlr. O'Leary'...

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DISTRICT SHOW DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

DISTRICT SHOW DATES. Horsliam, Oetober-l-nnd 2. Minyip, October 6. . - Nilill, October 7. . Warracknabeal, October 0. Beulah, October 13. Dimboola, October 14, Hopetoun, Octotber 16. Jeparit, October 20. Rainbow, October 23. Attention is called to the visit of the Rev. Val Trlgge, who begins a mission in the local Methodist Church on Sunday, May 17th. ■ At St. Mary's Church, Donald, a stained glass window. Is to be put in over the altar in three parts. The cost will be £118; and . the amount, is be ing raised by donations-from the con gregation.'.' ■ Six sheep were destroyed by the ra vages of dogs at South Hamilton. Pie ces were bitten out of the shoulders, and one sheep'was run. Into a water hole. ' The Anglican diocese of Ballarat lias entered upon the 40tli year of Its ex istence. Dr. Green has commenced the 21st year, of his episcopate. Rev. ' "J.. H." JIcFarldW, vicar of Creswlck, Is the only clergyman on the present list- who sat in tho first.^synod. Albert Darlington Kean, 2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

No C.Ughlnj) at Night- aH Laxo-Tonlo PJlte oau bp.™'?", jy times; and under all condition 0 both young android njlko .. 0f Bllghteat risk and wttliout dwB lc unpleasant falteMiteett.HV^-.Hifei Pills : assistthe - processes? oJ eX, give relish to the food, rem°I £«ny haustion,. sick'. lioadaohe. ■ cnijiiio aro other ailments, -r-Laxo-fonlo r qjj. a popular pill at a popujar.??'5 ' talnable everywhere. For BronohlaV: Coughs, tako • „ -"Woods' Gioat reppormlnt euro,

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THE STAR RINK. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

THE STAR RINK. Like the noise of a railway train in the distance on a frosty night," the stir at McCombe's Hall on Tuesday even ing proclaimed the fact that the skat ing season had opened. Young peo ple patronised the rink in large num bers, and to the accompaniment of lively music by the members of the Town Band, thoroughly enjoyed tho exhilarating exercises. The whole of the floor space was fully occupied, and as the couples glided around the building in graceful style they ap peared to be having a delightful time. "Last year the pleasant sensation of moving on wheels-found great favor in Warracknabeal, and the rink pro mises to be quite as popular this sea* son. Most of those who were skat ing on Wednesday night were profi cient In the art, and. .the movements were negotiated with ease and natur alness. Those who are not masters .of the skates ..may receive instruction. Besides those "who were drawn into the vortex of excitement, the stage was crowded with spectators, who vi&...

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HIS LAST EXIT. ACTOR DIES ON STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

HIS LAST EXIT. ACTOR DIES ON STAGE. In the second act of the melodrama, - "The Soldier's Wedding" presented at the King's Theatre, Fremantle, on Tuesday night, Walter Dagleish, who took the part of the soldier, expired suddenly on the stage. Mr. »Dagleish, who had been, with the company only a few weeks, had been in indifferent health. . ;

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Late Melbourne. (By Wire.—Melbourne Thursday.) CARD SYSTEM SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

Late Melbourne. (By Wire.—Melbourne Thursday.) CAltD SVSTE3I SUCCESSFUL. Mr. Lawson, electoral officer tor Vic toria, told the Electoral Commission that the card system had proved suc cessful in the city.

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SPORTING NEWS. GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

SPORTING NEWS. GOLF. i The opening (lay of the local club [ will take place 011 Wednesday,-13tli [ Inst., at 3 p.m., when a match conslst 1 lug of mixed foursomes, over a 11 I hole course, will be played. Members are requested to pick their own part [ ners for this match, and nominations are to be In the hands of the-secre , tary (Mr. W. _M. Field) , not later than 6 p.m. 011 Saturday night next. The greens are being thoroughly renova. ted tills season, and a good entry Is requested for opening day". Tho "handi caps will be notified on Tuesday, 12th Inst.

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CALEDONIAN CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

. ' ■CALEDONIAN CONCERT. I All who appreciate .'vocalism of the highest order should set apart Thurs day evening next for attendance at. the CaledbniWi- Society's/ autumn- concert, which'will be held in McCombe's Hall. The V artists engaged are Miss Bessie ''Martin, (soprano),, Miss Jessie Cromb ; /(contralto),;Mr..Horace Stevens (bari- i tone), Mr;-/Clem Kerville (tenor), and ; Mr. Albert/ Durand (humorist), ' A finer company of performers ; could : hardly be selected in any part-of Au'S' : ;tralia,- and; patrons may look forward to' -a delightful entertainment.: The Caledonian Society. . is bearing-, the whole of the expense on its, own ac count,, and. is deserving of liberal par • t'rbnage, 'which, we - feel sure; will =' be accorded. . The -singers . have all gained, distinction in the Iea'ding:; cch-: cert halls, ;.while the- humorist is spe* cially reconnhended as being a cnpital entertainer. , .The box plan lis; at • Mr. Reed'sshop, and patrons are. advised to boik( their -se...

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SKATING SEASON. MELBA RINK. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

, SKATING SEASON. MELBA RINK. A flne.erowd assembled at the Mel. ba Hull "on Wednesday evening, when, the' 'skating .season ivaa opened. Col oved streamers and lanterns were used for the decoration of the building, and a pleasing effect'was produced, The removal of the old stage enabled the floor to be considerably extended, and the extra' room provided. was much appreciated. The management Iiavo again secured the services o! Mr. A. C. Macquire, who Is a past master in ' tliq, skating biisinqss, 'and ho is sup. ported by other, instructbrs' from lead ing rinks In Sydney and Melbourne, Capital music was supplied by.the Fe" doral Band, and patrons spent..a most • enjoyable evening.. . Skating was car. rled on with great enthusiasm,'which augurs well for a successful season. It Is'" Mr. Macquire's ambition to raise the standard of skating in Warrack nabeal, and with that idea, in view he lias decided to teach, free o£ charge, at each and. every session, two-step, ping, waltzing, includ...

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The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, MAY 8th, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. ' 'FRIDAY, MAY 8tll, 1914. Some of the views expressed by Mi*. McKinnon, Minister of Railways, when responding to the toast of his health in Warracknabeal must have come as a^surprise to the people . oi J this community. It seems strange ! that the Minister should have chosen | , Warracknabeal above all places, whereat to expound the "gospel of sacrifice" with respect to railway mat ters. The utterance is all the more remarkable in view of' the huge rail way expenditure Hvhich is going 011 in the metropolis, of which Mr. McKin non approves. The Minister said tliat the railways should be regarded as the property of the people as a whole, and one part should not have an ad* vantage over another. That is ad mirable in theory, but just how it works out in practice is quite another matter. For example, Warracknabeal has requested connection with the ex press,- but despite the fact that t...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

TENNI8. I A tenuis match was played on the Homecraft courts on Friday afternoon, April 17th, when Watchem West visi ted .Honiecroft. The scores were—! Homecraft, '69 games; Watchem, 68. The following—were the players for Homecroft:—Ladies, Misses Ada Haeusler, E. Schulz, M. Liersch, T. Haeusler, and G. Liersch. Gents. Messrs. A. Haeusler, B. Koschitzke, J. Haeusler, A. Liersch, C. Niewand, G. Koschitzke, . O. MuIIer, and G. Liersch, junr. The ladies of the •Homecroft Club provided afternoon tea, which was much appreciated.

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COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. Wheat, 3/5. Flour, 14/3. Bran,' 1/1%. Pollard, l/V/z. Factory butter, 1/4. Dairy butter, lOcl. Eggs, 1/2. Melbourne Press Quotations: — Factory butter, 1/2. Dairy butter, 9d. Eggs, 1/4. (By Wire.—Melbourne Thursday.) . Wheat, 3/9%; oats, milling, 1/10%; feed, 1/9%. '

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SHAKESPEARE SOCIETY. ENJOYABLE EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

SHAKESPEARE SOCIETY. ENJOYABLE EVENING. There was a splendid attendance a< the opening of the Shakspearo Socle ty's season at St. Andrew's Hall on Tuesday night last. Old member* were present in force, and they had the pleasure of welcoming many visi tors and fellow admirers of the Bard of Avon. The committee had been fortunate in securing "the assistance of several ladies and gentlemen whose vocal aud instrumental-items made the meeting an assured success from an artistic point of Yiew. | The society.is at present undertake ing a study of "Macbeth," and Act I. received attention on Tuesday even insr. Miss Alday opened the programme with the overture to "A Midsummer Night's Dream.". This i3 an excep tionally interesting piece of music of considerable length and difficulty. It was rendered in Miss Alday's usual finished style. Of solos by Miss Dan iels and by .Mr. Glasson it is almost unnecessary to say that' they were highly successful. Miss Daniels gave great pleasure by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

AUCTIONS. YOUNG BEOS., Auottoneera, Stock and Station Agents, Land, Finance, and Commission Agents, HOKSHAM, NHILL, HAMILTON AND WAIIRACKNABEAL. Branch Offices at Ararat, Murtoa, Minylp, Nhlll, Rupanyup, Dimboola, I'jistcrton, Donald, T'erang, Balmoral, and Ooroke; also Wolsley, 8.A. , AGENTS FOR:— . Dennya, Lasceiles,' j Limited, Wool and Grain Brokers, stock and Slntion Agents, Oeeldjig and Melbourne. Tlia Australian Mutual Provident Society. The National Fire jpiaurance Co. of New Zealand. Tlio Ballarat Banking Co. Limited. The Australasian jjlitual Live Stock Insurance Soolety Limited. And buRinoBB arrangements with all the leading firms of auctioneers tn New South Wales and. South Australia. , Auction sales of HorseB, Cattle, Sheep held at Horsham, Nhlll, Hamil ton, Murtoa, .Minylp,! Warracknalieal, Beulali, Hopetoun, Hupanyup, Donald, Oimbooia, Kaniva, Natimuk,. Qoroke, Dunkeld, Casterton, Cavendish, Strath downie, Balmoral, Terang, and Lake Bolac. MONEY TO LEND AT LOWEST RATE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

AUCTION SALES. MESSRS. YOUNG BROS. Messrs. Yomig Bros, report a good - yarding of all classes of stock at the Horsham yards on Saturday last, 2nd inst;, including two private sales, when slightly oyer 13,000 sheep were Bold for the day. Competition was keen, and almost every lot yarded quickly changed hands, at splendid values. Nine hundred cross ewes made £1 4/3; 366 merino ewe wean ers, 15/10; 900 merino wether wean* ers, 15/; 500 ti and S-tooth merino we thers, 15/11; 200 6-tooth merino we thers, 17/1;, another lot, 17/7; . dry cross ewes, 17/; cross weaners, 14/; other lots at good prices. Cattle sold readily at from 31/ to £4 10/; and 10 horses realised from £18 to £30. On Tuesday last, 2Sth ult., account Mrs. G. Blythman, in Nhill district, 15 horses and plant sold well. At Warracknabeal sale, 25th ult., cross ewes made' 24/ and 22/6; merino ewes 13/6 to 17/6; weaners, 12/6; young cattle, £1 13/. On Thursday, 30th ult, at Hamilton (conjunction Messrs. T. H. Laidlaw and Co.), a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

Many a Sleepless Night. "Nothing gives me more pleasure than to recommend Chamberlain's Cough Kennedy to all of my custom ers," says Mrs. Alice (Morrison, Cr. of Carr and Fitzgerald streets, Perth, W.A. ''My children were subject to bad colds with difficult-breathing, and I had many a sleepless night with them till I tried Chamberlain's Cough Rdmedy. Now I would not be without a bottle for any money. If my chil dren get a slight cold I give them a dose and the cold is no more." Sold by Hutchinson and Co. and J. N. Woolcott. Stepping from a moving train near Newtown, N.S.W., Mrs. Minnie Lit tle, 65, fell on the permanent way, sustained a -broken arm, a broken leg, aud injuries to the head, and lay there for nearly 12 hours before she was found. A.man, who is said to be walking round the world for a wager, was fin ed £2, witli 2/6 costs at Casterton, for shooting rabbits on a Sunday. An outbreak of diphtheria has oc curred at the -Military College at Dun troon. It Is stated that 40 ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

Comsfcock's Nerve and Bone Liniment Is a powerful, penetrating' prepara tion. which acts through the pores of the skin on the nerves, bones anil muscles. It possesses the marvel lous properties of a prompt pain-kill er, and is unsurpassed as a remedy for.the pains apd aches to which hu man - beings are subject; and which only an external remedy can relieve. , it overcomes the pains and aches by relieving the effect on the deli cate nerves, causing the circulation of the blood to be fully maintained. through the injured part. It is an invaluable remedy for sprains and for reducing swellings, which,' under • its influence, become softened and Rheumatism, Sciatica, and Lum bago all yield to the^powerful, pene tratiug and conquering properties of •this- Liniment if. used in: connection with Dr. Morsel'Indian*,'iloot- Pills according to directions. For stiff Joints,-, Neuralgia,\ Lajne. Back, Scalds, . Burns, Contracted Muscles, andPainful1 Swellings, - it > will be fouud that Comstac...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [?]ING SEED WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

agricultural notes. (BY ."GLEANER.") mnut ING SEED WHEAT. v JTTliat'.seeding the "wheat fields • oueratlon, a note on pickling 'S r'l™wheat lor the prevention of smut ' Sf Lbt 1» opportune, Nptwlthstand; ?r,, 1 that' has been written about "t merlts o£ formalin and other pro-, •nilotis fop checking'the ravages o ""V. ,iMtructivo'-grain * Pest, the old "ptlioil of treating seed wheat.with SSXno. if «rried ""'V iS !lnblv the' safest of all remedies. The standard solution of bluestone,-is T,!lbs to every 10 gallons, of water. ihl, la called 1%. Pe>" cellt- s,0,ut 0" ? 'l„qe 10 gallons of water, weigh, 100 becanse M fe ^ ^ C])iet ]ngpec. !!'of'the New South Wales Agricut , ai Department, states that blue Lao treatment is superior to the newer remedies, and in the New South Wales "Gazette" for March, gives some practical suggestions for pro ,-iv carrying it out. A wooden ves !in cask or tub—should be used Mr the solution.. Tie the bluestono niece of hessian and suspend this n tlio wat...

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BAPTIST CHURCH. DEDICATION SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

BAPTIST CHURCH. DEDICATION SERVICE. A service was held in the Baptist Church on Sunday morning which ex cited -much interest among the junior members. The occasion was the first dedication" of, infants that has been iield in the local church, although the practice is ancient as regards the de nomination. Rev. O. R. Linden preached a sermon based upon the Baptist practice of "dedication," tak ing as ills text Ex. 12—.26, ''What mean .ye by this service?" The spea ker said that in the churches there were various rites and ceremonies performed, and it was ofteli a puzzle to understand thier significance. Some churches had more of. these rites, some less, .and the Baptists least of all, hence tlie question'of the text be came a pertinent one when applied to dedication.. There had grown around the chilcj a series of great and lasting heresies. At one time it was under stood that unless children had .passed through certain ceremonies they could not be recognised by the church, and had no ...

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