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YEAR'S SALES. MESSRS. YOUNG BROS.' RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914

YEAR'S SALES. J MESSRS. YOUNG BROS.' RECORD. < During the past year Messrs. Young ®roa.' sold 1,691,191 sheep, 4016 rams, 18-460 cattle, 3523 horses and 86 stallions. Land sales totalled 32,789 /acres for £229,989, while 30,760 acres ■were leased. In addition many loan3 were floated by the firm, aggregating close on £550,000.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SCOTT'S EPITAPH AND ITS ORIGIN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914

SCOTT'S EPITAPH AND ITS ORIGIN. Perhaps the most Interesting feature 'f of the January "Life," which is just to ! hand, is a photograph nud &n expjana-j •tion of the origin of the epitaph which ! was - written for the memorial cross to Captain Scott and his fellow heroes. It seems that when Captain Scott was. leaving for the South Pole Dr.-Alex* ander Leeper, warden of Trinity Col lege, Melbourne, gave him /as a me mento a little volume of Browning, in which he wrote the concluding line's - from Tennyson's Ulysses: "To strive, j to seek, to find, but not to yield." The ! little volume was discovered fii the tent with. Captain Scott, and; the members of .the search party consider ing the lines a most appropriate epi taph, carved them on the cross which ' stands on Observation Hill. ■ Other interesting articles in tliis excellent number are: ,"The Greatest Business, on Earth" in 'which - Frede rick '.Palmer, the- war correspondent, tells how Science has* robbed\War '&l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914

ONE WORD IN TIME. •: Is Better than Two / afterwards. A Chance to profit by toother's experience. * It is- a strange thing how pjeople •>;- will put away an opportunity until <is too late; It's only little things that ??; go to make up our everyday life, The :5 trouble is we don't pay sufficient at ■y tention to them. Backache is a'itttle I thing. Sometimes; It comes after ft j hard day's work, or a slight cold. "It f will pass off,'.' you say, "it's only the result of over-taxing the back." It isn't the fault of your back, but your kidneys. The exertion of straining has: interfered with their delicate me chanism. You call it backache, but it really is kidney ache. If the kidneys are not relieved# chronic disorders set in. and/ this is , where the "little tiling" should not be passed over. This woman has learned to appreciate what delay means :— .. UTrs. E. Connell late of Scol,t street, WarracknabeaV and now. living at \arranv. says About, five years ago I began to ge...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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OVERCOME BY HEAT. FIREMAN DRIVES TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914

OVEKCOTIE BY HFiVT. ■A: FIREMAN DRIVES TRAIN, Tli<S heat wave was responsible for tl)o passengers of tlie 3.10 p.ra. Cob ram to Seymour train being placed 111 nil awlnvnrd predicament on Tuesday. The day-waB Intensely .warm, and the driver of the train,.M. Keane, one of ■the oldest, drivers at Seymour, was ■overcome bytlio heat.. The ilr.eman, K. Doylo, wired to . Seymour for rolief, and .■was forced to bring ,the train on alono. 'Driver Kane wtayed on the engine, but lie was In an exhausted and;help lesw Rlnte, ai>d Doylo'had toattend to liis*-own and .also .Kauo'fl. duties,,and. had til keen dashlnfi water in Kano'B fnco to keep ium cool • in the trying atmosphere. Thin continued from Cob ram to 'Niimurltali, where.: relief was obtained. : ■ ■■■;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914

'here Everything isj Best By Actual Test." STECIA 1 VALUES. -;t siEciAL: "Taltt: . % Jakes' u The-Pi^e-Fc-Best-Valugis. liilies- Colored .FoulrdV Blouses. Medium and Dark., 'A; Special |ilkjy Mafcrial Good washins1 anil wear, Neat patterns. AlUto go.at':2/ll eacll Another Record Valii)j In Blouses, >Vlute Organdl Muslin, lino tucks ,1/li : OHfli <:■ J; ■ . '< -- 4So a Une variety otBmbroidereJ; Muslin Blouses.....'Were 12/0 and 16/; nowT/ll and 8/6. " Newest styles and very pretty, „ ', ] ' ! , '( Costumes. ' ® Af'ori'jitCt cani , .q in Ready-To-Wear Dresses, we are throwing out; lij regardless ot. price. A few of the lines showing : iBj ,c ® "5® Cambric, piped with white. Warranted to wash.and - - ' pnrt^(;; while it Is advertised, 5/11 each. . ne-piece Dress, inished with sailor " collar and tonot. Blues. Worth 17/G;, now 13/11. ; .hie oue-pieco -Costume, In plain colors, in Lineen' This lino Is worth 15/. We .will sell them at 7/6 on'aj Alter"] Jv . the b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914

V :v WE o e3fSU3HED ISS8, IV '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914

Whooping Cough. - 'My little boy had whooping cough very badly," says Mrs. A. Henderson, The People's Store, 47 Elgin. Road, Mornlngton, N.Z. "I tried several cough medicines without any of them doing him any good, then I tried Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and he got immediate relief. Since then I Save always kept a bottle of this won derful medicine by me, and recom mend it to everyone." - Sold by Hut- j chinson and Co. and J. N. Woolcott. '

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MITCHELL BROS. AND WHITE LONG PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED. PRESENTATION TO MR. M. H. WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914

ffllTCSfIM. BROS. AND WHITEj LONa PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED. PRESENTATION TO MR, M. H. WHITE. Mr. Marshall H. White, who for the past 22% years lias been a member of the well known Arm of Messrs. .Mit chell Bros, and White, decided some little • timeago, owing to health rea sons, to. retire from the firm at the end of tlie year.. General regret was expressed by all the employes, in tlie various branches that Mr. White In tended to take such action, and it was felt that after such a long and close association they could not allow him to go without in some tangible form expressing their great appreciation of hie many acts of kindness towards them, and his general thouglitfulness pti-omnlover. -.On Friday afternoon. V- ; i JV'-iV., at ihs ■ sthy of -; . w.>>—■ steo >-» r. X .\.a. waiiawtr oij tlie \V ': <>'.■ >. ^•3. •- . V".' Wito. Tftfc t.wfc ti:e faA-a o!" ;i .nijisvnr r-xr.'ir.sipsi rssiei <.v ; T.'V.. ;;:V 5,, " I "i ii Oi" . ' —-"Prc-'c-.'sh-o! lo...

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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914

ATHLETIC 8 The ill luck that has followed the career, of A, B, Glass on, .the well known pedestrian, on the track, still seoms to stick to him. On several occasions , lie has got .almost, within grasp of some good stakos, and at others when Ills chances have seemed the roslost, something has happened to spoil them. After retiring for a ■ time, he got Into work again some little time back in the hope of strik ing . form ; after the rest, and with a iview to having another go at the big plum at Stnwell, and ho was coming along nicel}< ;- On Boxing Day, with a nice'mark at Beaufort. a few/crumbs oeemeid Vwlthlri grasp, and especially ' ■when he ftfund after a run or two t,ha' J he wits in farm. Imagine his flSsap- || [pointihent. however, when just as h..i mum] the 75yds. sprint well won, his pj ' leg. gave way, and he got boaton l>y || a lew inches. while tin; Sheffield, in j| which ho had an excollont chance, |j had to be abandoned, The worst fen- £1 turo of it. was tha...

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THE PREMIER'S SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914

THE PREMIER'S SEAT, As the result of a ballot takeu 01 Monduy for the selection of a Laboi i candidate to oppose tho Premier, Mr Watt, in connection with the Minis terial elections, Mr. K. Kean was chosen. The candidate is a'council lor at Coburg, and is well known in the Kssendon electorate.

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SECOND TEST MATCH. ENGLAND HAS EASY WIN. JOHANNESBURG, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914

SECOND TEST MATCH. ENGLAND HAS EASY WIN. JOHANNESBURG, Tuesday. On the .Tohajinesburg cricket ground yesterday the second test match ,"be tween England and South Africa was concluded, England winning by an in nings and 12 runs.

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MR. MACKINNON'S SEAT. LABOR CANDIDATE SELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914

MR. MACKINNON'S SEAT. IjAIK)H /iaximdatis sblkoted. I The Prahran and South Yarni bran j ches of the affiliated trades unionists | In the Prahran electorate held a spe cial meeting ou Monday night, to se lect. a Labor candidate to oppose in I the -Labor Interest, the re-election of I Mr. 1). Macklnnon at Prahran. There were three aspirants for the Labor no mination, namely, Jtr. \V. H. Webber, secretary of the Grocers' Employes' Union; .Mr. NV. H. Hnlse, ex-railway employe; and Mr. J. Curtain, secretary of the Wood Workers' Union. A bal lot was taken, which resulted in Mr. Webber being chosen to contest the election.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914

-Suffered'. Agony, with Keadijchea.. .. "I liiKhly recommend Chamberlain » Tablets to anyone who headaches," aays Mrs. M. K. Berry. Marlborough . Road,. Victoria.;. Valley . Tasmania. • "I- suffered agony with lieadaohea and .tried, almost ovorj thing. Nothing did me any good until friend recommended Chamberlain s Tablets, and they soon put me'HElU again. Now, I '•would' not "be without a box ol Ch!tmberlala's, Tablots . in.i tlie house." Bold by uutotoaon and Co. en4 J. N- Woolcott.

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OPPOSED MINISTERS. CONFIDENT OF ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914

OPPOSED MINISTERS. CONFIDENT OP ELECTION. Now that It is known definitely that Mr. Watt, the Premier, and Mr. Mac* kinnon, the Attorney-General, are to be opposed by L/abor candidates for the Essendon and Prahran seats respec tively, greater interest is being taken by members of Parliament in the by. elections for the seats which Minis ters vacated on taking office. Ministers say that they are san guine that (Mr. Watt "will again score a substantial victory -over Mr. F. Keane at Essendon, and that Mr. Mackinnon will easily hold the Prahran seat against iMr. K. W. Webber. They as sert that no chances will be taken. These opopnents will not be regarded lightly, but efforts will be made to bring every elector professing Liberal principles to the poll. It has come as a great surprise to State politicians (says the Ballarat "Star") to learn that Mr. Farquhar McRae, who 1s prominently identified with municipal, farming, industrial and social life In the Wixnmera and ad* joining districts,...

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RETURNED UNOPPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914

RETURNED UNOPPOSED. Messrs. J. D. Brown and F, Hagel thorn have been returned to the Legis lative Council unopposed for the Nel son and 'North-Wester^ provinces. They are respectively Minister of Health and. Minister for Public Worka in the new "Watt Government.

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STORM AT SHEPPARTON. BRICK RESIDENCE DEMOLISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914

STORM AT SHKPPAKTON. BRICK RESIDENCE DEMOLISHED, A heavy thunder storm took place at Shepparton on Tuesday, accompan ied by thunder and lightning and hail. The hail continued to fall for 'about 15 minutes. GuBts of wind chopped round to almost every quarter of the compass, and they were of hurricane force. . Sheds and. trees were blown down, and in several instances houses were ; severely damaged. In the north end of the town a substantial brick resi dence of Mr. J. A. K. Clarke was lmoat entirely demolished. Sheds, the pro perty of Messrs. E. Leahy and Chas. - Norton, were totally destroyed. The roofs ! of the Roman 'Catholic school room and the sheds " at the Court HoUse 'Hotel, and a very large struc ture, about 120 feet by 14 feet, belong ing to Furphy and Sons, were blown away. A plate glass window in the main street was broken, while numer ous other windows suffered similarly. The chimney of a new brick house at the south end of the town was blown down, while a length • of tel...

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BURIED BY AVALANCHE. MAN LOSES HIS LIFE. BERNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914

BURIED BY AVALANCHE. , MAN LOSES HIS LIFE. , BERNE, Tuesday.'' Three men and a woman, while ski f InS on the Kinder Alp, Switzerland, were carried down by the snow be neath their feet slipping away in an avalanche. The woman was flung into a drift of soft snow, and was uninjured, and one j man clutched«a fir tree and escaped.! The other man, however, was swept! to the bpttom of a cliff and was buried ; under an enormous mass of snow. j Digging parties worked for ten j hours, but did not Teach him. ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914

KALGOORLIE SEAT. .Mr. -Hugh Mahon; Labor member, was elected unopposed for tfco Kal ^oorlle: s#'at In the House of H»pr« i sehtVtfv'es. ■

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AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE. GROWING EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914

AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE, j ! " GROWING EXPENDITURE. The "Daily Chronicle," in a leading, j article, comments" on the growing: alarm felt in Australia regarding the j cost of military training, including evi-j dence that the expenditure per head j is double that of Germany. The "Chronicle" points out that Aug-! tralia is a land of high prices, and Australians must be prepared to find" an army dear also. Notwithstanding, • having regard to Australian geographi cal isolation and usefulness as a com- j inunity, the burden of non-productive i expenditure is decidedly excessive. j

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BORUNG ELECTION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914

BORUNG ELECTION. : (To the Editor.) ' Sir,—I am very sorry to aeo that Mr. F. McRae-has allowed himself to bo cajoled by ;l lew of Mr, Hutchinson's opponents, especially, at this time, after lie has been our representative for the last 12 years. , Now that lie has been, thought worthy of a place as Minister, of Agriculture and Water Supply, and has a chance to prove him self, ho Is to be opposed by an un tried man, and so we are „to; suffer, and pay the piper for a contest. As Mr. McRae and his friends must admit, Mr. <McRae will have to serve a long ap prenticeship before he would likely ba chosen for the position of a Minister of the Crown, and uo one can say that Mr. Hutchinson has gone back on any of his platform; pledges, and therefore he should not havii a contest, especlal ly just now, when he can do us some benefit from" his long experience as our .member. ;l atn sure Mr. |McRae cannot: Justify; his action In coming put at this juncture If ho truly has the mod of ...

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