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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

attacked by idog. - Mrs; Gamble,' of. Mark Lodge,'-Fain field, N/S.W.,-was 'badly bitten by a I collla dog,- which became frantic 931 the re3Ult of a recent heat wave. Mrs. | Gamble was alone In tlie'houso when | tlie. dog rushed at' her and sunlc Its 1 teeth In her breast, tearing tho fleali. She beat the animal off, but It made another attack; again Injuring her. She managed to escape and get assis tance, the dog being shot. Whooping Cough. •My little boy had whooping cough very badly," says ■ Mrs- A. Henderson, Tho People's Store, 47 Elgin Road, Mornlngton, N.Z. "I tried eeveral cough medicines ■ without any of them doing him any good,, then I tried Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and lio got • immediate. relief. Since;then .1 have always kept a bottle of tlils won. derful medietas by mo, and recom mend It to'everyone." < Sold by Hut chinson and Ca. and J. N.'Wooleott,

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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ENTERTAINMENTS WIRTH'S CIRCUS. A WONDERFUL SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

ENTERTAINMENTS WIRTH'S CIRCUS. ■ ! A. •W-ONfiBU'FUL SHOW. *< : There -la'nothingdike 'a'clrcua to at ■traoti 'an audience: -and .when .a huge oombinationiSvithsucha- reputation as ; iWirtliBros.ivisita the town 'the attrac tion is greater and a very large attend-. «noe. is-.i certain. '-Suclfivas .the :case lion 'Friday evening, .the.immense-tent i being! literally > packed ^wdth - people of ■all ages. Rarely has a larger,.audience, been seen infjVVarracknabeal and: pro >bably.. tl\e iiiumber 'ranged iclose up to 2000.-people. Suclv was -the fine per formance^"given.that' at the conclu sion tl\is'- 'immense . throng .'"appeared ■perfectly; satisfied .and • felt. they: had seen 'some of the niost thrilling .and beat acts on i'tli'e;>\vir,ei!ro)>e, in the all*.and on the ground that. are to Tjo .seen iti the'ivorld.1 The-gcaceful and beautifulrooMon of the aerialperfor .iuers, .ieapeelallyh the : flying Caddnas.V ■ made:' the turn : a most appreciative ■one,, wh...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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DOMESTIC TRAGEDIES. THREE ADULTS COMMIT SUICIDE. FIVE CHILDREN KILLED. BERLIN, 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

DOMESTIC TRAGEDIES. THREE ADULTS COMMIT SUICIDE. - ; FIVE CHILDREN KIU,KD. BERLIN, 10th .Tan a A sordid tragedy Is .reported from j Soldrvu, a town In Eastern Prussia. A builder named Bratz, and his wife and sister committed suicide by tunn ing on the gas jets in a room of Bratz's house, .thus dying slowly-from the effects of the poisonous fumes. The bodies of Bratz's Ave children and their pet dog, wore found in ano ther. room, with their throats, cut. ■The motive for the crime is said to be financial difficulties. Before they proceeded so deliberate* • ly ..to commit suicide Bratz and Ms wife changed their ordinary clothes for mourning dreBB. v

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MELBA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

MELBA PICTURES. "The Black Diamond" was the title of a beautiful star drama'show at the above theatre on Saturday night. For coloring it would be -hard to beat. Vet this was not the-main feature of it, for it also contained a clever plot, good acting, and a faithful representa tion of hunting in the- wilds of the Congo. Good comedies were shown in "One Good Joke Deserves Another," with the inimitable John Bunny to the fore, assisted by that clever comedy actress, Flora Finch, and "Simple So mon gets a Fright," whilst- good to pical pictures were presented in the "Gauniont Graphic," "American -Ca dets before Lord .'Haldane," "Sir Ed ward Carson at . Belfast," "Army manoeuvres," "M. Pegoud at Brook '"lands," "With the Crowhurst Otter Hounds," and "Launch of a Floating Dock." The great international polo match between Finland and America was well depicted in another film, and then to complete an excellent pro* gramme a clever drama was that entitled, "A Fisher Girl's Love." Ow ing to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

I9«4 1. If. Japs w ISHES YOU ALL A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. BEST VALUES FOR THE NEW YEAR IN Rflillinery, Ready-to-wear Costumes, Laces, Ribbons, Embroideries and all Drapery. BEST VALUES FOR THE NEW YEAR IN Men's, Youths' and Boys' Ready-to-wear Clothing. HatSj Shirts, Ties and Mercery. Tailoring1, Tailoring. Tailoring. EVER FOREMOST FOR CUT- STYLE AND FINISH Begin -the New Year well by calling'at JANES' for all your CLOTHING and DRAPERY. W. H. JANES' - WHERE EVERYTHING IS BEST BY ACTUAL TEST. J. Twyford, Builder and Contractor, The " Mallee " Joinery Works, Woolcott Street, Builds to suit your requirements in any part of the District. Doors, Fly Doors, Sashes, and Frames on hand and Made to Qrder. Wall Papers,-Ironmongery, and all building requirements supplied at Loweat Rates. ' " , Agont forHoyal Ezohango Assurance Co., Forbes' Tube Trussed Equal ising Swings. ' Farmers call and Inspect. CHAMBERLAIN' -COUGH REMEDY. CURES &4Mg0s>fs&m 8®SSmt&m m&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

THE Pioneer . . Journal . . ESTABLISHED 1M1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

PI-IONS NO. 15. J. N. WOOLCOTT, Registered Dentist, Scott Street - - - warracknaboal. Next Door to his Well Known Pharmacy. May be Consulted Daily. Hopetoun, Tuesday, January 13th ; Lascelles, Wednesday, January 14tli; Beulah, Tuesday, January 20th. Brim, Tuesday, January 20tli. SILVER STAR STARCH fro 8 lb Parcel INSIST ON labelled PACKAGES ;F WASTE FAPEft OR SALE at the ouu*~ of Tell us what your Woodwork is There are Machines in our com plete line of Sugar's that will in crease the producing capacity of any sawmill or woodworking shop. ^ 3AGAR Wood | working Machine S offer unusual capacity, and S by the service they arc giving 3 their many users, we believe !ht n, |j to be your safest investment. Every Sagar Machine is buih with an eye to service, faithfully and well, and has every new idea for high speed consistent v,-;ih accuracy. Catalogue "M5," illustrating and describing our complete stock, U gratis for asking. Ask also for Big Book of Took with over 2000 illustrations. / J|...

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BORUNG SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

BORUNG SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MEETING. The monthly meeting of the Bo rung Council was held 011 • Friday,! when there "were present—Crs. Pot* ter (president), Campbell, Pendlebury, Mclntyre, Bunge, Stainthorpe, Bovd,| King, Schickerltug, Dally, Oreiser,; and Hewitt. ! CORRESPONDENCE. j Lands "Department, stating that road near iMann's, Yellangip, was left to provide access to a dam. ! Deputy Postmaster-General, explain-j ing new regulation in regard to use i of trunk telephone lines.' This re- j gulation permits a subscriber to { originate trunk line calls up to a, limit of 0/ in each half year without | re-payment, the charge tor such calls! being included in the half-yearly reh- ; tal account. In the event of a sub-j scrlber availing himself of this regu lation it must be understood that he will be responsible for all charges on any trunk line call originating from his telephone. Should a subscriber not desire to avail himself of the re gulation it will be necessary to ad vise the...

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A POLICEMAN'S CRIME. MURDERS CHILDREN AND HANGS HIMSELF. BERLIN, 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

A POLICEMAN'S CRIME. MURDERS CHILDREN AND HANGS HIMSELF. BERLIN, 10th January. A family quarrel is said to have been the cause of a tragedy in Ham* burg. A member of the Hamburg city po lice force yesterday cut the throats, of his three little daughters, and then hanged himself after a quarrel over domestic affairs.

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VILLAGE OVERWHELMED. DAM BREAKS IN THREE PLACES. HUNDRED PEOPLE MISSING. BERLIN, 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

VILLAGE 0TERWHEL1ED. DAM BREAKS IN THREE PLACES. j HUNDRED, PEOPLE 'MISSING. BERLIN, 10th January. A terrible disaster is reported to have occurred yesterday near Dam* lserort, a Pomeranian village on the Baltic Sea. . The great Kosslins* dam, between - the Balti cSea and Lake Backow, burst in .three places, and the village of Damkerort was overwhelmed by the rush of water. About 300 inhabitants of the village ; are misBing.

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

PERSONAL. It will -be learned with regret that Mr. J-. D. Aubrey, manager of the Commercial Bank, Is about to.take his departure from Warracknabeal, At the same time pleasure will be ex pressed at the fact that the ohange means distinct promotion, which has been well earned. Mr. Aubrey has been appointed to an important posi tion in the Sydney office of. the bank, " and expects to leave here in about two weeks' time,-after the arri val of his successor. It is exactly, three years since Mr. Aubrey took up his residence in Warracknabeal. Offi cially his duties have been carried out in the most exemplary, manner, while as a citizen he has rendered good service to the community in various directions. He has Identified himself: with a number of institutions in the town, and has done a good deal to promote its advancement. Mr. Aubrey was active in the formation of -bowling green, and he was also one of the promoters of the Progress Association. No doubt steps will be taken to accord him a...

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MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. The Ministerial elections will take place on Thursday next. Three of the members of the new Watt Ministry are being opposed, the remainder hav ing been returned without a contest. The Premier," Mr. Watt, and the At torney-General, Mr. McKinnon, have to contend against Labor opposition, but are confident of success. In the Borung electorate the Minister of. Agriculture, Mr. W. Hutchinson, has an opponent in Mr. F. McRae, who Is In the field as a supporter of the cor ner party in the Assembly. The can didates have visited the various cen tres, and their views have been plac ed before the electors. Keen interest has been aroused by the contest, and the supporters of each candidate have ! been particularly active. It Is the general opinion that a heavy poll will be recorded, despite the fact that far mers are busy at this season of the vear It Is ihn first occasion on which Borung has been-honored by the se lection of n Minister to represent the electors, and sing...

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RAILWAYS HELD UP. SOUTH AFRICAN STRIKE. CAPE TOWN. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

RAILWAYS HELD UP. SOUTH AFRICAN STRIKE. CAPE TOWN. Saturday. Dramatically serious developments have taken place In connection with the South African railway strike. Tlie Transvaal and the Orange Free State railways are completely disor ganised, and only one train left Pre toria yesterday. All the drivers except three have struck, and the shunters and guards are also out. A ganger discovered three sticks of dynamite and a detonator under the Witpoortjo-Lulpanrdsville line just be fore a crowded train from,Zeerust ar rived. A panic lias set to at Johannesburg and all active citizens in the defence. forces have been called out, while the ' Transvaal and Orange Free State pro vincial burghers have also been called out. . JOHANNESBURG, 11th Jan. • The strike of railway men on the Rand has developed to an alarming extent. The railway system 1b thor oughly disorganised, and the mines will probably close down. The railway line has been blown up with dynamite In several places, and the whole...

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LATE CABLES. "HERALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. (PER REUTER.) BOY MURDERED. A MYSTERIONS CASE. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

LATE CABLES. "HERALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. - - (PER REUTER.) BOY MURDERED. A MY8TERIONS CA8E. ■ • LONDON, Saturday. (London police aro completely baffled in their attempts to find the murderer of William Starehfleld, six years of age, a son of John Starehfleld, who was concerned in tho capture, of Ste phen Titus, tho Tottenham Court road murderer in 1912. The boy mysteriously vanished at midday on Thursday after calling at a stationer's 200 yards from his home. Yesterday the body was found under a seat in a railway carriage at Shore ditch, and TE was evident that he had been strangled. Detectives found that Stnrclifleld's father was'living apart from his wife in a lodging house at Covent Garden. Starclifleld was taken to tho Bow street police station, hut he satisfac torily accounted for his movemonta, and was released, Inspector Rough saying, "If you And out anything, or elucidate the problem, we will bo glad if you will enlighten us."

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COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. Wheat, 3/2. Flour, 13/6. Bran, 1/. Pollard, 1/0% Factory butter, 1/2. Dairy butter, 8d. Eggs, 7d. Melbourne Press Quotations:— Factory butter, 1/. Dairy butter, 9d. to 9%d. Eggs, 8%d. (By Wire—Melbourne, Monday.) Wheat, 3/5%; oats, willing, 1/5M?; . feed, 1/8^. Wheat was somewhat unsettled last week—the first of the new year; but on the whole the tendency, when analysed, appears to fee towards firm ness in the future. The main factors governing the world's position are that Argentina and India are likely to provide less wheat this year for European importing requirements; but that 'Russia is, according to present report, likely to fully make up the balance. Australia has also a record crop, but the Australian increase is not a very large factor in the aggre gate. Financial stringency is another factor in the position. Canada and other- countries are forced b(y cir cumstances to realise a larger pro portion of their wheat than they would otherwise have to...

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STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

STAR PICTURES. Another good audience attended, the Star pictures on Saturday evening, and witnessed a . fine display of cine matography. Much interest was taken by the young folk in a picture en« titled, "When Lillian was Little Red -Ridinsr 'Hood." A-little girl asked to ;be allowed to stay up to read the book on Little Red Riding . Hood, but the parents insisted on .her going to bed. As soon as the-mother left the room the "girl commenced to' read the book and after finishing it she fell off to sleep and dreamt that she was en acting the part of Red Riding Hood. The final scene, in which the little child awoke from her dream, was realistically -depicted. The-- scenery was magnificent, a splendid view-being .shown of the path through the woods. A drama of much interest was "Mrs. Hilton's Jewels," as also was "A "Wi dow of Nevada" and "Billy's First Quarrel." "Bedonium in the Sahara," was a beautiful scenic picture, show ing the different ways the natives have of carrying- water, wh...

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The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. WITH SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 13th, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. ■ .j PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. WITH SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 13th, 1914. • It is the unquestionable right of any elector under our constitution and , franchise to nominate as a candidate for a seat in tlie Parliament of this country. The wisdom of making a ■' decision to become a candidate lies with the candidate, the occasion, and the. circumstances. \Ve are now in the. throes of an election' foi:-the Bo rung constituency. The electors of this State electorate have returned Mr. .Hutchinson as their representa tive in the State Parliament for 12 consecutive, years. He has rewarded their confidence by being selected as a Minister of the Grown. By this eleva tion to office Mr. Hutchinson has vin dicated the choice of tlie electors and raised himself In Influence and capa city for public service. The whole electorate participates in the honor conferred. It has been generally an unwritten practice that whatever ob jection th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

BEREAVEMENT CARD. Mr. and Mrs. Lockwood desire to tender sincere thanks to the many kind friends for their expressions of sympathy, letters, telegrams, and floral tributes received in connection with tlielr -recent sad bereavement. They also desire to sincerely thank the doc tor, matron and staff of Nurse Bur gess' private hospital for the unremit ting, careful, and highly appreciative attention so freely given. , THANKS. •Mr. D. Tarrant desires to tender his sincere thanks to the medical officer, Sister Munro, and staff at "Yootha" private hospital for their skilful treatment and unremitting attention during his recent illness.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

Gripes in Horses. "Some time ago our horse . was down with a bad attack of Gripes/' says Miss E. J. Coles, Major's Creek, N.S.W. "I tried several remedies, but they had no effect. As a last resource I gave the horse three teaspoonfuls of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, and noticed an improvement immediately. He was soon able to stand, and now is as well as ever." Sold by Hutchinson and Co. and J. N. Woolcott. . ys&p- •/ ;51 Make and Quality THE BEST. PRICES RIGHT. HARNESS, SADDLES, and COLLARS of all descriptions In stock and Made to Order." COLLAR and SADDLE Lining End Stuffing a Speciality. J. Hamilton, SCOTT 8T., WARRACKNABEAL. ^."$58 | SANCTUARIE8 FOR GAME. 1 Lake Lnacclles.—Game and native game of all kinds. Whittoa Swamp Reservoir.—Native game.of all kinds. Yarrlambloc Creek.—Native game of all kinds/ ,.' BALLARAT WOOL SALES. J. STRICKLAND & SONS will hold their usual SALES through out the Season. The recognised Mar ket for Farmers' Clips. Every va" l...

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NEW EXHIBIT BY RICHARDS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

HEW EXHIBIT BY RICHARDS! AND CO. | Tho Christmas display by Richards j, and Co. is usually looked forward to)' with keen interest by tho public, asj being an exhibition of the very highest' achievement in artistic photographing,! and it is no exaggeration to claim j' that this high standard is perfectly r maintained, if not surpassed, by the! magnificent exhibit opened last week.' The work of the master hand is evi* j dent in each of the beautiful studies,; and the competent critic will discern j an artistic progression, for this die- j play is a distinct advance upon the j last. Each study shows artistic feel- j ing, atmosphere, and refinement of I treatment, together with dignified, yet! restful posing, and delicacy and taste in the arrangement of the 'background and accessories, not often to be found in photography. In fact these are pic tures in the truest sense, made with the aid of the camera. The public should take the earliest opportunity of viewing these gems of modern art ...

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