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CROQUET. PRESIDENT'S SOCIAL. ENJOUABLE FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

CROQUET. PRESIDENT's SOCIAL. enjoyable function. A very large . and representative , gathering took place on the Wnrrack L nabeal croqiiet lawn and bowling green i on Wednesday afternoon, in response to invitations issued by Mrs. T.W. , Djilly, tho president of the Croquet , Club. The guests were received by Mrs. Dally, assisted by Miss Dally. The day was ideal for an outdoor ga thering-, and a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon eventuated. . By 4 o'clock , the scene was a gay and animated one.' The croquet lawn was largely patron ised, and numbers of seats placed round the lawn enabled those present to watch the games with interest and pleasure. The bowling green was also Jargely. patronised by the men folk, and some very enjoyable games were played. On the croquet lawn a golf croquet tournament was play ed, a large number participating, and was finally won by Mrs. E. Devereux, and Miss L. Palmer, who were the re cipients of handsome silver vases, given by Mrs. Dally. On the bowling gr...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOME RULE DEMONSTRATION ENORMOUS ASSEMBLAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

home rule demonstration • ENORMOUS ASSEMBLAGE. Tlie Exhibition Bullillnff,.Melbourne, was packed on Monday night on the occasion of the demonstration, organ ised by the United Irlsli League, Mel bourne, In favor of Homo Kulo for Ire land. The crowd was so large that the main liall, galleries, and-aunoxes were speedily filled, and .overflow meetings were held outside tor those unable to gain admission. It was es timated that j there were fully 25,000 people in attendance, and the pro coedlnga- were - most enthusiastic; T'»Qrn U'cro IT'1 sponlfers "addressing the audience from three platforms, and resolutions wero carried simul taneously at'each contro 011 a signal being given by a tugler stationed in tho contre of the building. fiver? speaker was loudly applauded.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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DEFENCE SYSTEM CONSIDERED TOP-HEAVY. REFORM FORECASTED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

DEFENCE SYSTEM CON SIDERED TOP-HEAVY. REFORM _FORECASTED. That the administration of the De fence Department is top heavy is , understood to be the opinion arrived at by General Sir Ian Hamilton, whose report to the Minister for Defence will shortly be laid before the Federal Parliament. The recommendations made by the Inspector-General of Overseas 'Forces, if approved, .-will lead to drastic clian*. ges at the offices of the Central Ad-, ministration. J While the Inspector-General of the Oversea Forces was travelling over Australia inspecting troops, General Ellison, one of his staff officers, made searching inquiry into the adminis« tration at Military Headquarters, and discovered that the department was top heavy. In other words, the ex perienced officer found that there were too many hands to do the work, and consequently that thousands of pounds were being spent yearly in too expen sive administration, that should, under economical management, be available for distribution amon...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CROQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

CROQUET. The ladles' .croquet lawn will be I available for play until July, so that those who; indulge in; the game may enjoy' the bright 'afternoons for some weeks yet, In July the lawn will be 'top dressed for the winter.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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AGRICULTURAL LABORERS. CONDITIONS IN ENGLAND. HODGE DEMANDS KING'S WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

AGRICULTURAL LABORERS. CONDITIONS IN ENGLAND. ! 'HODGE DEMANDS KING'S WAGES. , hi the -course 'Of an interesting ad dress in Warracknabeal on Sunday evening Mr. D. McKinnon', Attorney i General, referred -to the improvement _ which Is taking place in so cial ;- conditions in Great Britain. After «n absence of 30 years from the old country he said he was able 011 the , occasion of his tour last year to see advances in ati directions, and the fro- ( priSssion made upon his, mind was) that we ought to^be proud of a race that showed such capacity to deal with social problems. So far as the out . look is concerned Mr. McKinnon is full of optimism. He has no sympathy with those who take a dismal view of the future, because the evidence on every hand is in support of an upward tendency. In the ameliorative work which is going on, education is play ing an important part, and the effect is seen in many ways. Allusion was made to tile attention being given to public health, food supply, the i...

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

' Just What You Need Take Dr. Sheldo^:Now,,Di^cov,evy,.le; fore -bedtlmer and- the result ^il.l bp a deep, refreshing sleBp to flt you for another days work Price, 1/G and 3/, Obtainablo overywlioro.

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BALLARAT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

BALLARAT STOCK SALES. ■ At Tuesday's: stock sales at Bal larat competition .was active and va lues firm. Only 154 head of cattle were yarded. A few pens; consisting ol prime quality;-were quoted at from . £14 to £t!>;'~good pens brought from £11 to £13; medium from £9 to £10; best cows from £10 to £11; and extra from £12 6/ to £12 12/. The' majority of the 3294 sheep. were of■ good quality, with,a fair numh'er of prime, the balance being useful 'sons. • The market opened- to good 1 competition,'" .which .was . well continued throughout, but .last week s Sktreme prices wore uot maintained. There-was a good demand .for/lambs, and the 460 penned consisted cliiefly of medium quality. • Among the sales effected. wa3 a- line !bf 84 comeback there for Mr. Henry Brown, C liall am-, bra, -wliicli brought up to 39/6, aver aging'27/5. ' ,

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

*?or vGhronta'-Chest'.Complaints,- .,! - Woods' Gr$at Peppermint Cure,, 1/6.

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MR CATTS SUCCESSFUL. WIFE ORDERED TO RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

MR CATTS SUCCESSFUL. WIFE ORDERED TO RETURN. The petition by Mr. i, J. ■H.-, .Catts, M;F.r for sthe . restitution of conjugal vlghta=witU: Eva- Alice Catts was gran-1 ted' by Mr. Justice. Gordon in; Sydney ?on"Tuesday.' ' A cross: petition-for ju-1 dictal separation on the" grounds ot cruelty - was refuses. ; His Honor trusted that "even now..the parties would see.'their, i.way -to; again como, together as man and wlfo. He thought they: could reasonably be, expected to overcome their differences and live, to gether. Catts was ordered to. pay the- costs of tiio. suit, and Mrs: ..Catts .was order ed to return to her .husband .within: 81-;days«atter.-;th8.,servlcei'«f:<the;-.'.d8?. orse. n *' " - '

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA PICTURES. A nice selection of pictures met with due appreciation at the -Melba Theatre on Monday night. Among the attractions was a stirring detec tive drama, which lacked nothing in sensational features. The support ing dramas were equally fascinating. "The Gaumont Gazette" was, as usual, replete with notable events. Comedy was splendidly provided in "A Day with Gwendoline," and "Sea Baths at Home." SINGING PICTURES. At the Melba Hall this evening, the wonderful Vivaphone will be introduc ed to Warracknabeal. This machine, which is the latest and best yet pro duced, and . is manipulated by a spe cial operator, is used extensively in other 'parts of the world. The pro gramme will include Gounod's world famed grand opera, the principals in tlie cast being singers of such note as Mr. Peter Dawson, Mr. Ernest;Pike, Mr. Harry Thornton, Miss Alvena Yar row, and others. Some fine . motion pictures have been seen at the Melba Hall in the past, but this is the first occ...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

HARRIERS. The opening meeting of the Har - riers' Club was held on Friday even* ing, May 1st, at Rogers Bros.' Hotel. There was a very fair attendance, the pleasing feature being the number of new men who canie to join the club. In the unavoidable absence of Mr. F. C. Newman, president, Mr. A. Mcken zie took the chair. The balance-sheet, •which showed a small'credit balance,* was adopted. It was decided to re form the club oh tlieVsame lines as last year, and to hold pack runs each Wednesday at 2 p.m. It was pointed out during the discussion that several of the runners carried out their'train* ing at night, and if a suitable shed were available, the club might help any footballers in the local club who cared to train in the evening by pro viding at least .two men 011 nights agreed upon to rub down and exer cise players. It was decided to bring this' idea, under the notice of the Foot i ball Club ^ officials and players. The | following officers were elected:—Pre sident,' Mr. F. C. N...

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FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

FOOTBALL NOTES. At a well attended meeting of tho Warracltnabeal Club 011 Tuesday night it was decided to join with the Minyip Club in giving a benefit match to Mr. George Candy. '•The match will be played at Minyip on Wednesday next, 13th inst., and, as a special train will be run from here, it is hoped that a large number of supporters of the club and old friends of Mr. Candy will attend the match. Train tickets may be had on application to the secretary, or members of the committee. No word has ..vet been received from the northern clubs with regard to tho second competition, and no delegate meeting has yet been lneld in connec* tion with the Minyip trophy. It is probable that a practice match will be played at Horsham in the near future. Training started on Tuesday night, and a good muster of players turned : up. As most of last year's, team are available, and there are some new men who are spoken of highly, this season promises to be a good one for the .local club. Practice nig...

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OBITUARY. MRS. P. BERGIN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

OBITUARY. MRS. P. BERGIN. j General regret was expressed m Mlnyip on Tuesday when it became known that Mrs. Bergin, wife of Mr. Patrick Bergln, a well known farmer of the district, had passed away. De ceased, who was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ladden, of War racknabeai, had passed through a se vere illness, but appeared to be mak ing a good recovery, and her unexpec ted collapse came as..a great shock to her friends. On Friday morning last Mrs. Bergln drove into Minyip with her sister, Miss Ladden, who was leaving for Curyo. Deceased leaves a husband and grown-up fam ily. and much,sympathy will be felt for them in their sudden and sad be* reavement. The interment took placo at the Sheep Hills cemetery yester day. The death has occurred in Ballarat of Mr Abraham, father of Mr. Jos. Abraham, head teacher of the Nutlan State school.

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BEULAH. DEATH OF MRS. PATTINSON. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

BEULAH. (From our Correspondent.) DEATH OF MRS. PATTINSON. After a lingering illness extending over a number of years, Mrs. Pattin son, wife of the Rev. H. Pattinson, of Ararat, passed peacefully away on Thursday morning. Though the end was expected for some time; the news will be received with great sorrow by a large circle of friends in this dis trict, where the deceased lady resi ded for some years. The funeral will take place at Ararat on Friday. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. A meeting of the committee of the Mechauics' Institute was held on Mon day evening. It was announced that a grant of £20 had been made by the Government towards the cost of re novating the institute. The committee have in mind the carrying out of: a number of improvements to the build ing, involving a good sum of money. No definite plans have yet been fixed, and the matter will take concrete form at a future meeting. Just recently the committee decided to purchase two coppers for use in connection with catering eve...

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HOME RULE CRISIS. PRIME MINISTER ON A WAY OUT. LONDON, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

HOME RULE CRISIS. PRIME MINISTER ON A WAY OUT. LONDON, Tuesday Niglit. The Prime Minister to-day, in ans wer to a question, said that he was taking steps which might conduce to a settlement of the Home Rule trou ble.

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

Most Enthusiastic. "I liavo tried. Chamberlain's Pain Balm and found it invaluable for s.cIb 'tlca," "says' Mra; E. Burnett, C7 \\ .ck*. st'ecd street, Wanganul, N.Z. ./'I.Mvo also: found it a v/ondertui liealer lor cuts ' I don't tlilnlc you will find n:iy onis more: enthusiastic over Chamber Iain's Pain Balm tban I am."- Pold by. Hutchinson and Co. and J. N. Wool*. -crott* / . i-t. 5**.'.

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

HIDES AND SKINS. The Australian Mercantile Land and Flnahce Co. Ltd. report:—Sheepskins —iKeen'^market for good lengths; all sold in ■sellers', favor.. Hides—Sloppy, conditioned lots %&., to.%d. ■ per .tt>; decline. Tallow—Badly , rendered lines 10/ per ton decline; Lgood.color no ohangeV

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

A Serious Breakdown is often the resylt of neglecting a cold. Cure your cold with 'Dr. Slioldon's N.ow Discovery. 'Price, 1/G and 3^% Obtainable ©v&rywhero. . • . > j *

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BEULAH STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

BEUL.lH STATE SCHOOL. A tender has been accepted tor re modelling the State school, Beulah, viz,, A. Cranage, £2S9 19/9

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

PERSONAL Mr w Hutchinson, Minister for virculture, will attend the conter enw ot State Ministers lor Agricul ture to be held at Brisbane on Mai 19 He will leave probably on.Ma> i?' and will be accompanied by -ur. =>• S Cameron. Director of A*rtoflt«w{. anfl Mr. R- Crowe, Superintendent ot Exports, Who will bring with themall information likely to be required isla ' ting to the inter-State fruit trade and , other matters of common Mr Tos6i>li Bows, who has I appointed Deputy Returning Officer for the Wlmmera, arrived in Warrackn, ■ beal on Tuesday morning, and ex pressed surprise at the ,p.r0®resL the town. Mr. Bowe visited ^ar racknabeal some 20 years ago, an Tad no idea of the strides it had made ' in the meantime. He will re side permanently in WamtctaabejA and will be a welcome addition to its l°rWPm he learnt with regret that Mr. \V. Reed, news agent, will short ly be taking his departure from War racknabeal. He lias disposed of l is business to Mr. C. Main, son of Mr. ...

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