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

U Never Falls. '', . f-'For -yeaf^Vo huvo bean ; using Ch'iunbevlaln'a CoiibIi Bemed;." say# M>. B'orbsrt ft 'Woutlliead, Wentworth; M.3AY. "We have sl£ oiiilc'vca ui;3 novor s\bo'anything olao for the .treat of..cougliB, eolrtti, mill j.s-emcli!al oamplsinti). .'i CMififl'IPtb s-cJconunenfl Oharoborlsiln's ' Couftn ItewwJy ' to everyone, mo/a especially to, parents), wjio llko myself luive i-mrag eliildren'a iienltli to safeguard. If never falls to iglre relief In all cases., •• -SoW by Kutahlnsou and C-o. mil J. M. Weol-| Brought to Bay Are those enemies of civilisation, In- j digestion and Dyspepsia, when Dr. 5 Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are em ployed. ' 1/6 and 2/6 per tin. Ob tainable everywhere. EYESIGHT! svar. s. B. ABOTOIV3EY Follow Spencer Optical Institute. Fel low Victorian Optical Association. Sight Specialist and Expert Optician. WILL VISIT THE DISTRICT AS . . UNDER — Next Visit In the end of January, definite dates will be announced later. ■""; ; The Eyes Examined ...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. THE BORUNG SEAT. Polling Day—Thursday Next. MEETINGS OF CANDIDATES. ADVICE TO ELECTORS. THE VOTING SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. THE BO RUNG SKAT. Polling Day—-Thursday Next. MEETINGS OF CANDIDATES, i ■— ADVICE TO ELECTORS. TUB VOTING SYSTEM. The State Ministerial elections take 1 placet 011 Thursday next, 15th Inst., and j electors should familiarise themselves | with the system of voting. VOTING BY POST. Electors who are absent from their homes on polling day, or who reside at least five miles from the, nearest, polling booth at which they are en titled to vole, and who deslve to vote by post, are reminded that they should without delay make application to the returning officer for the district for a postal ballot paper. Forms for the purpose are available at .post offices. (METHOD OF VOTING. j The preferential system of voting I must be followed—that is to say, the \ elector must place the figure 1 oppo- j site the name of the candidate whom j lie wishes to be elected, and figure 2 opposite the name of the other candi date whom he does not wish to be elected. WHO MAY VOTE. I Only tho...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

Cleanllneso is Next.to Godliness. A clean body induces ii clean mind. ' A clean body is attained by tKe.,tise of water and a pood soap. , The only question is, "What,Soap?" Rexona Soap is the best soap. . .. Its.mnnufaeturo lfl the raoBt modern and the,most scientific. , > It combines tlio qualities of the best irorm-dostroying powers witli-the most dainty odor-and appearance. ' -C . Uexona Skin and Facial Soap is the only medicated soap which is pleasing as a general toilet soap. ■ " • - A daily bath with water and Rexona Soap makes the UBer clean. .'He Is not only. /ree;from. dirt, 'but Irom disease germs. r, .* His olean and healthy slcln ensures n healthy body. ' - Cleanliness of rnlnd should follow. ■ ' So' ubo Rexona' soap in your daily bath. - He clean and lteep clean. ■ Rexona Soap, Kins of all Soaps. 1/ per Tablet.. Obtainable every where. .. ',

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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BEULAH. SHIRE OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

BEULAH. (From our Correspondent.) SHIRE OFFICIALS. At the monthly meeting of the Kar« karooc Council lield on Tuesday, Mr, Tonkin, newly appointed to the post* tlon of shire engineer in succession to Mr. Kemp, was in attendance, and received a formal introduction. The council decided, on account of the great amount of clerical work which lias to be done by the shire secretary, Mr, Chamberlain, to call for applica tions for an assistant. It is understood that a lady - clerk is preferred to undertake the lighter duties connected with the position. WATER SUPPLY. Through some mistake in not giv ing proper attention to the Beulah weir and water stops, the volume of water usually conserved for the dry months of summer was allowed to pass on up the creek. This meant a shortage of water for those dependent on the creek for supplies. As the case' was an urgent one the member for the district, Mr. W. Hutchinson, . was comunicated with, and asked to have a supply sent along at the earliest. Th...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mr. MoRae's Candidature. INDEPENDENT LIBERAL. SUPPORTS CORNER PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

Mr. MoRae's Candidature. INDEPENDENT LIBERAL. SUPPORTS CORNER PARTY. There was a large attendance at McCombe's Hall on Thursday night, "When Mr. Farquhar McRae, who is contesting the Borung seat in the Le gislative Assembly, addressed the electors. The candidate, who had a sympathetic hearing, spoke at . length on the lines of the speech delivered by him at Beulah, and which was fully reported in our last issue. Cr. J. Bunge presided, •Mr. McRae, who was received with applause, expressed his thanks for the warmth of the reception accorded him. At the outset he wished to point out that Mr. Hutchinson and himself were the best of friends. They had always been on good terms, and he hoped this feeling would continue to exist. . (Applause.) "At the same time the policy supported by Mr. Hutchin son differed wdiely from his (Mr. McRae's) views,- and that was the reason he was opposing him. Any thing he had to say was not directed against Mr. Hutchinson personally, 'but'against his policy, ...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEETING AT BIRCHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

MEETING AT BIRCHIP. There was a large gathering at Bir,chlp on ..Saturday niglit, when Mr. Hutchinson addressed Ure electors In that part of liis constituency. Mr. Tlios. Green, of Morton Plains, presi ded.. As showing the interest aroused In the contest the hall was crowded. Mr. Hutchinson had a splendid hear ing, and Mr. Murray, who also spoke, was well received. A vote of confidence was carried, on the motion of Mr. R. J, Barber. Last evening Mr. Hutchinson ad dressed the electors at Watchem. This afternoon ho will visit Boolite, and in the evening lie will speak at Sheep Hills. A final rally will be held in War rackuabeal to-morrow night, when Mr. Hutchinson will speak at the Melba Hall.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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MEETING AT DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

MEETING AT DONALD. At Donald on Saturday afternoon M- H"tohlnson addressed a large, antf representative gathering, abou 200 electors being present. Tho Minis w ■wis a<H)omi>ttot«<i Wa «pMe«wa. In the Ministry, Mr. Murray. Mr. A. Hepworth, JA'., presided. Mr. Hutchinson spoke ut Iengtli, and Ills address, which was most effective, was frequently applauded. At the close Mr. Jas. AValder moved a vote of confidence in the candidate, and expressed gratification at tlie compliment paid tlie district through Mr. Hutchinson's selection for Minis ! terial plllce. The motion was seconded by Mr. H. Pope, and was carried with enthu siasm.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Mr. Hutchinson's Campaign MEETING AT MINYIP. SPEECH BY MR. MURRAY. DANGER OF DISRUPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

I Mr. Hutchinson's Campaign MEETING AT MINYIP. SPEECH BY MR. MURRAY. DANGER OF DISRUPTION. j -Mr. Hutchinson, the Minister for i Agriculture and Water 'Supply, ad { dressed a large audience in the Min ' yip Mechanics' Hall on Friday night. : Cr. Loats presided, and Mr. Hutchin i .son was supported by Mr. Murray, I Chief Secretary. j Mr. Hutchinson criticised some of ; the statements 'by"Mr. <McRae in his i Warracknabeal speech. Mr. McRae j had said that he was in favor of local (control in connection with the ad j ministration of the Water Act, but it j was futile for Mr. McRae to promise i that local control-would'be restored if j he were returned, (because local con j'trol was a thing of the past. The ; new - Liberal' Ministry had a progres j sive water supply policy for the north '"western 'district, that would do much J for its development. " Mr. McRae had : also referred tos the 'farmers who had ' been force'd to leave the iShepparton ! district owing to the operatio...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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PUBLIC HEALTH. REVIEW OF THE YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

PUBLIC HEALTH. review of the year. If At the Sltlro Council on Friday tlio 1 health officer (T>r H. A. Connolly) 1 submitted his annual report as fol I lows | The shire tills year has' had an un i wonted slmre of measles and whoop. 1 Ing cough. Scarlet fever has shown I but one case, and diphtheria four, I In one of wliloli eases at least the | bedside diagnosis was not corrobora-l | tod. The typhoids numbered 12,-with j I no fatalities. There were three cases I of pulmonary tuberculosis, two with | fatal ending. There were 163 births I registered during the year, 87 males 1 and 76 femaloa. Against this there | wore 33 deaths. Tho subjoined table | shows by comparison that the ratio i; of births and deaths during the past | five years is steadily increasing— I 1909 1010 1911 1912 1913 f Births 122 152 IBS 155 163 j Deaths 40 40 47 36 33 si Deaths from typhoid, pulmonary tu ! ljerculosls and carcimona (cancer) i show a decrease per year, quite satis-1 ? factory in the case of typh...

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

NHILL RACES. 1 The fallowing are Hie entries of "if. | principal:events ,1' Hurdle Race—Thunder, Moi?Sl Maid, MerHnita, Ivy May, Cra# jj Chase, Widdon, and Ballapur. £ Trot—Sylvie, Happy- Tlio'i'1"" Brownlea, Rosey B., Tired Tim, cauae, Sweetness, .Taolc, Eva, and M' » die. I Pony Raoe—Sylvlo, Little W>', | Tiny Town, Aurate, Thunder KM | Renewal, ClematUB, Le Grande, ,• low Oreen, and First Kiss." ) Nhill Cup—ThimSortoot, J111"' Brown, Trent Gull, . Yatla,- -.RuaPslJ' is Wyreema, Morrlnita, M.T.li., f flown;l Yaapeot,. 'Hopevale, § Widdon, Boulogne, and Alavona. j Flying Handicap—Trent Gull, R® ■■ I Pare;: Spearllsli, Merrinlta,• ■■■.■ThWWv. | Royal, Safe Bolt, Alavena, M.T.S,1; 'Near, Yaspect, Hopevalo, and >■ Wroa. 'IS

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

Suffered Aoony with Headaches. • "I highly recommend Chamberlain's Tablets to anyone who suffers from headaches," Bays Mrs. -M. K. Berry, Marlbofougli' Road, Victoria Valley, . ■ Tusmaniu."T' suffered agony with headaches and tried almost every-, tliliig." Nothing did mo "any; good until, a' friend; recommended -.Chamberlain s Tablets, and tiitey^sopn put me right again., Now I would not bp without a box ;pf Chamberlain's Tablets in.ttie housol" Sold by: Hutchinson and Co. and J. N. Wooloott.

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ORDINARY REPORT. CASE OF TYPHOID IN PRIVATE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

ORDINARY REPORT. CASE OF TYPHOID IN PRIVATE HOSPITAL. Dr. Connolly's monthly report was as follows :— A case of tuberculosis in the third degree was notified during the last week of December. Every precaution is being taken to -prevent the spread of infection. Complaint was made of the defective action of the septic tank system oh the grounds of the railway reserve beyond .tlie. line. On investi " nation it was .found that the ; fault had: beeii due" to a malicious stopping up of the overflow pipe. The system seems to ;be working well. A case of typhoid was notified on the 7th inst. The patient is from Karkarooc Shire, and Bhould proper ly have been reported to that shire. Inasmuch as it was ascertained, that the case was being treated in a pri vate hospital, your health officer im mediately sought, through the shire secretary, a meeting ot the health committee;of this council. As the time was so short,.and a principle was ! at stake, it was . deemed host, to re port the matter to t...

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FILMS BURNT. TWO GIRLS PERISH. VIENNA, January [?] [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

FILMS BURNT. TWO GIRL8 PERISH. . VIENNA, January qn Benzine tliat wan-uned i0 ^ei(, film at Guumout's cinematograph r' 3 factory in Vienna caught lire j day, and an oxploslon • followed, fij i burst through a thin plaster partly ' and sot Are to a large stock of % In the' adjoining room. A. second el plosion followod, the . flames tj! veiling through the whole bull® destroying everything in its pasj^ Fortunately, the staff was not »0 ing at the time, but two kIi-Is tl killed and several persons injury']

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

BRIDE DIES SUDDENLY. Mrs. 'Walter Hodses, 30, wife of a West Maltland fanner, died suddenly on Thursday. She wan married the provlous day. COUNTItY DEVASTATED. MDuBh: fires on Friday* devastated miles of country In the Hlddoll dl» I trlot Thousands of aoroa of grass I and, mllos of faaolas -were destroyed

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KARKAROOC COUNCIL. SUMMARY OF BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

KARKAROOC COUNCIL. SUMMARY OF BUSINESS. Tli© monthly meeting of the Kj:J karooc Shire Council was hold 1^1 week, the president. (Cr. C. Mar&l man) presiding. Inspector Riley. forwarded a of -Constable Holden ay to a hawkei selling fruit and buying sheep skin? I Cr. Hatcher moved that tho matitrl be referred to 'the inspector of ptinl foods, with, a view to prosecution. ThJ motion was seconded by Cr. Lear-1 month arid carried. The Railway Department wrote stal l Ing that arrangements had >beenuabf to have perishable goods 'forward f for all stations on Murtoa-Hopetoujf line ibv the passenger trains up totlisg capacity of the louvre truck. • It was also Intimated by the Rall-I way Department that approval liail been given to hiatal electric light at | ■the Beulali railway station. i With regard to late deliveries ! electric light contracts, ft wns ded-i ; ded that fines to tlie amount of £301 I against McLean Bros. and .Co. be i jforcod. i It was decided to obtain a report ...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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WHEAT HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

WHEAT HARVEST, jj Large Quantities of wheat arc bt delivored in. Warrnclcnaboal. At i mill oil some days last week u 4000 bags were unloaded. A fair q0 tlty la already stored In tlio t'aniit grain shed. Up to Thursday last, ahout ijj bags of whoa.t had been delivered Hopotoun. Well ovor 2000 hiss | day arc now being brought In. Wheat carting is general in the Es bow district. The deliveries at i local mill and the railway yard i estimated at 2000 bags per day. i pressure usually experienced at Bj bow is being relieved by the deliver at the proposed terminus. At Tuft Bottom a large quantity of wheal being delivered.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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CORRESPONDENCE. BORUNG ELECTION (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. boiutng election. (To the Editor.) Sli^—''Another (Liberal" proves to be i conservative. The retaininsltgl the constitution of the'costly imiI tl"f" wasting procedure of corappllln^ sf Minister of the Crown to go p his constituents Is absurd. P"'[. twice in the" space of 30 years bwp a Minister been defeated .by an ponent of the same political ;thou$l|| If I am not mistaken, Victoria Is tiim only. State in which the system Vttjg vails. The Federal Convention wltiw Jy left'. It- out-of. the. Fodernl €oMtIt» j| tlon:. as; superfluous, 'andrif I am Of* thing of a prophet, Victoria-will st^'H jail Jfc.Mr, Hutchinson Is oharfel.B with want of inttlattve../?.»<Hftd h« nl'B initiated and fathered -.the LlQuM Bill there would have'been no opP* sition-on the 15th. "Another Mberel' asserts that Mr; McRae lias a '#r si-eater stake In the Wltnmora either Mr.-'Hutchinson or my!#. Possibly; ho has. So. 'has Ah Mfc. After hearing Mr. McRae's address, i don't think: "Anot...

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

OBITUARY. The funeral of the Infant son ol Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Lockwood took plane on Friday afternoon, and was ate ded by. a large number of sympathis ing friends. Rev. F. V.\ Coupe offi ciated at the. grave, assisted by tl« Rev. J. G. Pollard. The casket, which was laden with floral tributes, was carried by six little girls, vb, Muriel Mann, Dorothy Sutcliffo, Nel lie Murphy, Pearlle Taylor, Jean Tay lor, and Evelyn Sims. After a lingering Illness,'.extendingK over several years, Mrs. Gosling, aa|| old and highly respected resident olR the Rainbow district, passed away alp the residence of her daughtor, Mrs. E; E. Millard, Rainbow. Deceased, *v'":' [|; formerly lived at Dimboola, was H || years of age, 20 of which were sPenl|§ in the Rainbow district. Her hi'i-B band predecensed her by about 1! ji years. Mrs. Gosling was a daugMet.gf of Mr. Rees, who; followed farmlniK pursuits on his property situated atrnl 1 two miles. from Rainbow for mm' | years prior to removing to New Soi® | ...

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GOLDEN WEDDING. CELEBRATION AT HOPETOUN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 13 January 1914

GOLDEN WEDDING. CELEBRATION AT HOPETOUN. On Christmas Day Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Anderson, of Hopetoun, celebrated the 50th anniversary of their wedding, and marked the occasion by inviting a number of their friends, to partake of a wedding tea and join in other festivities in honour of the event. The couple were marired by the Rev. Tanner, clergyman of the Church of England, at Winchelsea, on the 24th December, 1863. After residing at Wensleydale and in the Winchelsea district for a time the family went to Kewell, where they had hosts of ad miring friends. About seven years       ago Mr. Anderson purchased one of the finest (if not the best) properties in the Hopetoun district. There are eight children of the family living - two sons and six daughters, the sons   being Messrs. J. and G. Anderson, of Hopetoun East, and the daughters   Mesdames B. A. Buckley, T. Phillips (Hopetoun ). J. Savage, T. Savage (Cobden), J. Power ...

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ROMANTIC WEDDING. BRIDEGROOM ON SICK BED. BUDAPEST, 13th January. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

ROMANTIC WEDDING. BRIDEGROOM ON SICK BED. | BUDAPEST, 13th January. I The marriage of M. Francis Kos suth, the famous Hungarian noble and patriot, to the Countess BeniovskJ, was performed In unusual circumstan ces yesterday. Countess Beniovky Is the widow of Count Alexander Beniovky, an ol'd col league of M. Kossuth, who died in the , sprlng'of 1913. On his deathbed Count Beniovky begged St. Kossuth to marry his widow, and the latter consented to do so. M. Kossuth, who was 72 years of age on 16th November last, recently suffered a severe illness, and when he had apparently recovered the en gagement was announced. Yesterday, however, a relapse supervened, and M. Kossuth was prostrated by suffo cation and heart weakness. The mar riage was therefore hurriedly perform ed while M. Kossuth lay on ..his sick bed. .

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