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GREATIST AIRSHIP. GUNS WILL DEFEND HER. WIRELESS TO BE INSTALLED. BERLIN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

UREATIST AIRSHIP. GUNS WILL DEFEND HER. WIRELESS TO BE INSTALLED. - BERLIN', Tuesday. I It is announced that the new Schut telanz airship will be armed with sc« veral machine guns, and will be the largest and fastest in the world, hav :ug a speed of 85 kilometres (over 52 miles) an hour. There will also he an excellent wire less installation, and all parts of the ship will be easily accessible. In addi tion to four hind cars, the airship has two side cars, which, it is believed, will prevent her from sinking when resting on the water.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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CIVIL WAR VETERAN. SHOT BY INSANE SON. NEW YORK, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

CIVI1 WAR VETERAN. SHOT BY INSANE SON. NEW YORK, Tuesday. General Hiram Duryea, an octoge narian, and a civil war veteran, "was shot by his insane son at Brooklyn, yesterday. After firing seven shots at his fa ther, the madman summoned the po lice by telephone. When they arrived he welcomed them with elaborate courtesy, and escorted them to the bedroom, where the body of his mur dered father lay.

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

Woods'. Groat Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never- falls, 1/6.

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

PROPERTY SALES. Messrs., Hagelthorn and Bolton re port:—Since last report" we have disposed of the following properties : I —On account of Mr. W. M. Mitchell, 621 acres in the; parish of Kalkee, to Mr. Chas. Maddern; on account of, owner, ICi acres of the Marathon Es tate, near Geelong, to. W. M. Mitchell; on account of Mr. D. C; 'Houston, 472 | acres, Vectls East, . to F. E; L. fflinne- J berg; on account.of;Mr. I).- McDonald,! S74 acres, in the parish of Lambruck, I to Mr. Hi Symoris; on .account of , Mr. II. Snell; 1586 acres, in' the parishes ot' Knaawing ahd: Doiiin, to, Mr. T. Elliot; on account of Mr. J. Maddern, 621 acres in the parish of Kalkee, to J„ W. G„ and J. M. Robertson. • All the abova at satisfactory prices. Total, sales, £28,$55. )

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FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. CENSURE MOTION DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. J; CENSURE MOTION DEFEATED. i ' In tiie House of Representatives on Wednesday the censnre-motionmoved , by Mr. Fisher ' was ; defeated o-i the ; casting vote of the speaker. -

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CRIME IN SYDNEY. ANOTHER HOUSE RAIDED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

CRIME IN SYDNEY. ANOTHER HOUSE RAIDED. On Tuesday night another house' was raided in Sydney by masked and I armed men. The occupier was tied to his bed. The sum of £14 was secured.

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CABLE NEWS. "HERALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. (PER REUTER.) MEXICO AND AMERICA. PEACE PROSPECTS SLIGHT MEXICAN MAIN RAILWAY UNDER[?] MINED. WASHINGTON, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

CABLE NEWS. "HERALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. (PER REUTER.) MEXICO ANI) AMERICA. PEACE PROSPECTS SLIGHT MEXICAN MAIN RAILWAY UNDER' .MINED. WASHINGTON, Tuesday Night. Advices from Vera Cruz show that a great part of the railway between that port ana Mexico City has been undermined by the Mexicans. Strong details of Mexican troops are posted at all the bridges with orders to blow them up, should the Americans make a move inland. General Funston in command of the troops .at Vera Cruz is urging for permission to march on the capital as soon as possible, as every day, ho claims, will make the task more diffi cult.

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FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. THE MEAT TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. THE' MEAT TRUST. In the House of Representatives, af ter numerous questions without notice had been dealt with, Mr. Sharpe mov ed the adjournment of the House to discuss the Meat Trust, which' he maintained was the cause of the high price of meat. Messrs. Cook and Groom insisted that the present Government was taking definite action, by appointing a Royal Commission to get evidence and introducing bills. They said the previous Government knew all about the matter, but did nothing. Mr. Cook said the Commission would consist of a single judge, and the mat' ter dropped owing to the time limit. The debate^ is proceeding on the At torney-General's motion to introduce the Preference Prohibition Bill. In the Senate Senator MUlen has in* troduced a bill abolishing gaol for ca dets. The debate was resumed on the Address-in-Reply.

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SHEEP HILLS PLUMPTON. THE OPENING MEET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

I SHEEP HILLS PLUMPTON. THE OPENING MEET. Office-earers :—President, Mr. F. Glover; vice-president, Mr. H. Heath; stewards, Messrs. J. Stainthorpe, G. Stephens, J. Vaughan, J. Jess, aud J. Sprake; slip steward, Mr. J. Stain • thorpe; number steward, -Mr. E. Dar ling; flag steward, Mr. J. iBlackley ; committee, Messrs. W. Powell, H. Dar ling, W. Jess, A. Tong, W. Sotuers, T. O'Loughlin, Geo. Powell, W. Addison, A. Campbell, J. Ryan, and W. Maher; secretary, Mr. D. Yaughan; judge, Mr. J. Young (St. Arnaud). The opening meet of the Sheep Hills Plumpton Coursing Club on Wednesday was somewhat marred by the absence of a good, soaking rain. It was intended to run a 16 puppy stake and nn all! aged stake for 16 dogs, but owing to j the dry conditions several owners who? had' notified nominations withdrew! them, and the stakes closed with eight puppies and ten all-aged dogs. A fairly large number atended, and the coursing was good. Some altera tions had been made by the club on the plumpton,...

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SHOCKING EXPLOSION. BUSH FIRE IGNITES MAGAZINE. EIGHT PEOPLE KILLED; MANY INJURED. NEW YORK, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

SHOCKING EXPLOSION. BUSH FIRE IGNITES MAGAZINE. BIGHT PEOPLE KILLED; MANY INJURED. NEW YORK, Tuesday Niglit. A shocking disaster is reported from Panama. A large number of people •were watching a bush fire near the Canal, when the flames surrounded a magazine, in which was stored a large quantity of dynamite used in the canal works The firemen plucklly attack ed the flames, but the magazine blew up with a tremendous report Eight people were blown to pieces, and 19 others seriously wounded.

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AEROPLANES IN WAR. AVIATOR TELLS EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

i AEROPLANES IN WAR. AVIATOR TELLS EXPERIENCES. Rdinondo Blanchl, one of the Italian aviators who dropped bombs from aeroplanes among the Turks iu the recent Trlpolitan war, was on board the R.M.S.. iMaloja, which arrived at Fremantle oh Tuesday. "At first the Arabs were scared at the machines," lie said. "They called them 'Mahomet's birds,' but " they afterwards shot at them. We carried as' many as .48 ; bombs -in' one machine, and. these we threw at th'o enemy. We had "28 machines in tlieltalian army, I all of SO horse-power, and 18 aviators, Aeroplanes, are going, to.,be big jfafr tors In all wars. Blanch! is bringing out five Blerioi machines, fvvo of, 25 horae-po.wer, two of; 75/ horse-pofrer,. and one . of 120 horse-power.' He says that ho will fl.v l.once from .Melbourne to Sydney, in or der to demonstrate the efficiency ^ ol his; machine. , He anticipates that the Journey will: take' (lye hours. v

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"PRECIOUS CARGO." CHILDREN FOR SHEEP. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 8 May 1914

"PRECIOUS CARGO." CHILDREN FOR SHEEP. LONDON. Tuesday. "The B^ily Mail" makes a feature of the departure of the steamer. Maka* rinl, with 885 immigrants for Vic toria and New South Wales, under the heading "Export Trade In Children." In conclusion, the paper says, "They are a precious cargo in exchange for dead sheep."

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LICENSING LAW. NOTICES IN HOTELS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 12 May 1914

LICENSING LAW. NOTICES IN HOTELS. The police are causing notices to bo posted in hotels, saying the licensee or constables can eject or arrest per sons using threatening or obscene language, or guilty of indecent and in suiting behaviour; a constable must not be supplied with liquor; immoral women or any persons of bad charac ter are not allowed to be on the pre mises; and all intoxicated persons are to be removed immediately.

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Late Melbourne. (By Wire,—Melbourne Monday.) ISSUE OF INVITATIONS. FEDERAL MEMBERS ANNOYED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 12 May 1914

Late Melbourne. (By Wire,—Melbourne Monday.) ISSUE OF INVITATIONS. FEDERAL MEMBERS ANNOYED. Federal members on both sides ex. press surprise and annoyance at the action of the Government in allowing the official secretary to the..Govern ment to control and issue invitations for the swearing in ceremony of the new Governor-General. Hitherto" such functions have been controlled by the President of the Senate and the Spea ker of the House of Representatives.

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The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT.. TUESDAY,. MAY 12th, 1914. REGISTRATION OF HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 12 May 1914

THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH , SUPPLEMENT. . TUESDAY,. MAY ifeth, 1914. REGISTRATION OP HOSPITAL. .' At the meeting of the 'Shire Coun cil on Friday IVIr. H. W. Oakley sub mitted legal opinion in connection with ; the regulation prohibiting the treatment of typhoid fever cases in private, hospitals , in Warrackuabeal. Advice was also sought as to the legali ty of the stand taken by the council in declining to renew the registration of Nurse 'Munro's hospital for. reasons already published. Those wlu>:; have been waiting for- .counsel's opinion on the points at issue are not to be given the information at present. The cor respondence was dealt with-'in com mittee, arid the legal aspect of. the question was. not disclosed. Some time.-was occupied in discussing the matter, and the council's solicitor was in attendance. - .The result of the de liberatfons was embodied in a report submitted by, the . president in ■: open ^co...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 12 May 1914

IN MEMORIAM. i WOOLCOCK.—In loving and afl'eo! tionate memory of my dear lather, Phillip Woolcock, who died 14th May, 1909, at "St. Austell," Dimboola. What! says- the happy dead, He bids us bear our load ; With silent steps proceed. | . And follow him to God. i Inserted by his loving daughter, [ Jane C. Hayter.

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COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 12 May 1914

COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. Wheat, 3/51/2. Bran, l/l1^. Pollard, I/214. Pollard, 1/1^. Factory butter, 1/4. Dairy butter, lOd. Eggs, 1/2. Melbourne Press Quotations:— Factory butter, 1/2. ■Dairy butter, 9d. . Kggs, 1/4. (By Wire.—Melbourne Monday.) Wheat, 3/10%; oats, milling, 1/10'/..; teed, 1/10.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 12 May 1914

'7^' AUCTIONS. v Auotiorieore, Stook aim Station Agents, land, Flnanoe, arttl Commlsoiotv Agents, HORSHAM. NHILL/ HAMliiTClN AND WARRACKNABKAL; Branch Offlces'-at Ararat, Murtoa, ^liiyip, Nhill, Rupanyiip, Dlmboola, PaBtcrton, KonaldJ Terang, Balmoral,arfd:aoroke; also Wolslev, S.A. AGENTS FOR:— « Dennyfl, Lascellen, Limited, Woolnnd Grain Brokers, Stock and Station Agents', Gcelorig arid Melbourne^ The Australian Mutual Provident Society. The National Fire : Insurance. Co. of New Zealand. The Ballarat Banking Co. Limited. The Australasian Mutual: Live Stock'Insurance Society Limited. And business,arrangements with all the leading Arms ot auctioneers In New South Wales and South Australia. Auction sales of : Horses, Cattle, Sfioep held at Horsham, Nhill, Hamil ion, Murtoa, {tlinyip,^ Warraoknabeai.Beuiah, Hopetoun, Rupanyup, Donald, Dlmboola, KAnlva, Natlmuk, Goroke,.D;unkeld, Casterton, Cavendish, Strath downle, Balmoral,. Terang, and Lake Bolac. MONEY TO LENOiAT LOWEST RATES. Warr...

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BUILDING REGULATIONS. CRACKING OF BRICK STRUCTURES. TEST OF NEW SYSTEM ALLOWED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 12 May 1914

BUILDING REGULATIONS. CRACKING OF BRICK STRUC TURES. TEST OF NEW SYSTEM ALLOWED. Among the correspondence received at the Shire Council on Friday was a letter from Messrs. Letch and Parry, again submitting a request to be a!' lowed reasonable time to test the efficiency of a system which j it was intended to use in the erection of their new garage ?n Scott street, before completing the rear portion of the building. They maintained that it was penalising pro* perty owners to compel them to build on the old plan of erecting structures in Warracknaheal. The cracking of the Shire Hall was proof of this statement. It was hoped that con sideration would be shown by the council, and that two years would be allowed as a test. Plans of the pro* posed building were submitted. Mr. Bate said the principle on which the firm proposed to build was prac tically identical with that adopted by Mr. Mercer in the erection of his garage. Iron girders were put into the wall, with angle irons binding them...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 12 May 1914

Used in India. "During 13 years I lived in India I used nothing but Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, and 'Sore Throats," says Mr. Archi bald C. Macaffer, care of Roberts and Sons, engineers, Bendigo, Vic. "I have given it with great' success to hun dreds of natives, both Hindu and Ma hommedan, and in every case it has proved efficacious. Even natives of high caste often came to my bunga low asking for a dose of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy, so I do not hesi tate to recommend it in all cases of colds and bronchial troubles. Sold by Hutchinson and Co. and J. N. Wool cott Notice to Advertisers A dvertisers are notified that - alterations to standing adver tisements must be lodged on TOES DAY and FRIDAY MORNINGS, to en sure them appearing in the next iBBue. 8. SAMPSON & CO. Cottars^ Saddlery and Harness OF all descriptions. Large stock ) to chooBa Iroin——Buggy, Gig Harness from 99/. Best Leather and Materials..-All'woll made. Dray Col lars>fronr 19/,. ...

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