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EXPERIMENTAL PLOTS. WHEAT GROWING EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

EXPERIMENTAL PLOTS. WHEAT GROWING EXPERIMENTS. Among the best wheat crops grown In Rlverlna this year were those on the experimental plots, under the su pervision of the Department of Agri culture, on the farm of Mr, "W. Talt, at Rlngwood. They were sown on new fallowed land on 16th May, at the rate of 451b. seed and - 561b. super phosphate per acre, and received 9.12 inches of rain during ■ the growing period. The variety trial returned the following yields per acre Federa tion, 35 bushels 41tbs.; Federation (farmers' seed), 33.bushels 1317)3.; Bo. men, 32 bushels :121bs.; Yandilla Kfng, 27 bushels 191b.'; Bunyip, 26 bushels 32tbs.; Bunyip (unmanured), 23 bush els -iBlbs.; Cedar, 24 bushels 651bs.; Cleveland, 24 bushels 231bs.; Rymer, 22 bushels 241bs. A seeding experiment was carried out with Federation, with the follow, lng results :—651b. seed per acre, 37 •bushels 201b.; 561b. seed, 35 bushels 461b.; 451b. seed, 35 bushels 411b. ; 351b. seed, 32 bushels 481b.; 251b. seed, 27 bu...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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JOHNSON MEETS MORAN. CHAMPIONSHIP AT STAKE. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

JOHNSON MEETS MORAN. CHAMPIONSHIF AT STAKE U)NDON. Tuesday. Jack Johnson, has. been patched ugajnst Frank Moron,-of Anioricii. The contest.will talce place irj.Parls on June 2. An American has guaran teed 'Johnson £7000,: anil -.Johnson, iifreqs , t'o forfeit • Wo eHanii)ionslilp tiilc.. if lie Iri beaten. : ' f > • .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

Brought to Bay Are tboso enemies ol civilisation, la digestion ana Dyspepsia, when Dr. Sheldon's Digestive TabuloB are em ' ployed. . 1/6 . and 2/8 per. tin.. .„v.Qb" toinable averywboro. ..

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ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

EEHEirrAiHIftiHTS MELBA PICTURES. Ail lovers of ancient history, and more particularly that dealing with the ancient Elizabethian times, had a picturesque treat at the above theatre last,.Tuesday ; evening. Tlie star drama was one Jn. which the story was unfolded of the stirrinsr times when Mary , Stuart, or as she v/as^better ' known, 3lary .' Queen of* Scots; who was accused,of- treachery to the English throne, was, an impor tant personage in -English,;,history. Many attempts have besn made to re produce ancient historical events, but it can. truly be said that, no picture produced here yet' has come nearer to perfection, than this production. Some of the leading .cinematograph artists in America were engaged in ..the pre sentation of this realistic and pathetic picture. A subject like this needs de licate handling at the hands of the ar tists, v but- no" .detail -.was; overlooked. At the'conclusion of'the; picture the audience were unstinted in their ap plause. Other good dramas ...

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MALLEE SHOOT BURNER. SUCCESSFUL TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

MALLEE SHOOT BURNER. SUCCESSFUL TRIAL. The economic destruction of mallee shoots has been one of the problems which has given occupiers ot new lands more worry, than enough. The difficulties experienced in "keeping down the shoots for the flrst four years after the initial rolling of the scrub have demanded careful atten tion from the scrub farmer, and in many instances have forced him to limit Ills clearing operations. A ma chine lias been invented by Messrs. Hallet and Harris which is said to possess all the necessary attributes to render the successful treatment of shoots a certainty, and to open up avenues of usefulness by the destruc tion of noxious weeds, fungi spores, and harmful or toxic soil baxterla. The primary use of the invention Is to till off mallee-shoots, and a trial was held at Coomandooiti early in December to demonstrate .its effectiveness.,',The results are described by a correspon dent, who writes :—The trial was completely satisfactory. Those pre sent were flr...

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MILITARY PARADES. LIST OF DRILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

MILITARY PARADES. ■ LIST OF DRILLS. . The following are the dates of parades fixed tor tie quarter ending, March 3ist, In connection with the B Co., Warracknabeal, 73rd Battalion Senior Cadets Wednesday, January 21, 2 pin. (compulsory whole day) ; Tuesday, January 27, 7.30 p.m. (alter native night); Wednesday, January 28, 2 p.m. (compulsory half-day)'; Tues day, February „ 3, • 7.30 p.m. (oompul Boxy night); Wednesday, February :4, 2 p.m. (alternative half-day); .Tues day, February 10, ,7.30 p.m. (compul sory night); Wednesday, February 11, 2 p.m. (compulsory half-day),; Tues day, February 17,, 7.30 p.m; (compul sory night); Wednesday, February 18, 2 p.m. (alternative whole day); Tues day, February 24, 7.30 p.m. (compul sory night); Tuesday, March 3, 7.30 p!m. (compulsory night); Wednesday, March 4,-2 p.m. (alternative half-day); Tuesday, March 10, 7.30 p.m. (compul sory night) ; /Wednesday, March .11, 2 p.m; (compulsory half-day); Tuesday, March 17, 7.30 p.m. (compulsory night); We...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

"I highly reoommend Tihamborlain's Tablets to- anyone who suitors from headaches," oaya Mrs. M, K. Berry, 'Marlborough Road, Victoria . Valley;, Tasmania- "I suffered agony, with headaclios and -tried almost every thing- Nothing did me any good until a friend recommended Chamborlaln s Tablets," und they Boon put me right again JJow 1 would not be without |'a box of Chamberlain's Tablets in the bouse." Sold by Hutohlnson and Oo. ' #nd J. N. Wooloott - ^

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BANGERANG. HARVEST SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

BAHCERAHC. .(From our Correspondent.) HARVEST SEASON. The harvest is now practically com pleted, and wheat carting is the order of the day. The returns generally are below expectations, "but still some good yields have been secured. Some were fortunate in getting averages of from 5 to 6 bags to the acre, whilst numbers only reaped 3 to 4 bags. In many instances it is hard to account for the disparity in the returns, for the land'was similarly "worked. In a small area around our little hamlet the returns were much lighter than a few miles each way, and the differ j ence in this cas;e, is attributed to the lighter rainfall' received in this area in September, ywhen the dry period broke up.- Although the returns have been light in some cases, we have a lot to be thankful for, especially when we remembier 'the peculiarities of the past season. LOSS OF HORSES. .Messrs. Schulz Bros., of Areegra, have been unfortunate in losing, two of their best draught horses under znost unusual circumst...

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MURDER MYSTERY SOLVED. WOMAN'S BODY IN CASKET. BUDAPEST, 13th January. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

MURDER MYSTERY SOLVED. WOMAN'S BODY IN CASKET. BUDAPEST ' 13th January. The mystery surrounding the disco very yesterday of a woman's body in an elaborate .travailing casket whieh was washed up on the river bank at Budapest has been solved. The corpse has -been identified as that of. Elsa Turcsany, a well known demi-mondaine, who possessed a con siderable fortune. . She was evidently strangled with a towel whilst asleep. It has been ascertained that three men inn motor car visited the wo man's house on Friday lust, and took her away with them. At" the time she was wearing jewels worth £4000,

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MINISTER RETURNS THANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

minister returns thanks. ■When the returns were -almost com' plete, Mr. Hutchinson, from the front of the "Herald" office, addressed a I large gathering of electors, and ex pressed his sincere thanks to all who had fought so nobly and had achieved such a great victory In the cause of Liberalism. The official declaration of .the poll would give Win an opportu nity of Teturning thanks to his friends and supporters for the gTeat fight they had made on his .behalf, tut he wanted to seize the earliest opportu nity of thanking the loyal band of men and women who worked so earn estly to put up a record poll for Bo rung, and give the new Minister a re cord majority. (Cheers.) Before the crowd dispersed cheers were given for Mr. Hutchinson.

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VOLCANO IN JAPAN. TERRIFIC ERUPTION. MANY VILLAGES DESTROYED. TOKIO, 13th January. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

VOLCANO IN JAPAN. TERRIFIC ERUPTION. - - MANY VILLAGES DBSTROYBD. TOICIO, 13th January. There has been a terrific eruption of the volcano of Sakurashlma, on the Gulf of Kagoshima. Several villages have been destroyed, anil many casu alties are reported. The eruptions continue, iind the flames and lava have reached Kagoshima. Later news concerning the eruption is that the horror of the, situation of Kagoshima lias been added to by a great tidal wave. Multitudes of people aro crowded on the beach. Hundreds of houses have been destroyed. .

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TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

TURF. •Now that, the excitement of the elec« tion is over, .the next big attraction locally will be the Turf Club's two days' meeting, which will be held on the 18th and 19th of February. This is the first time that the club has had a two .days' meeting, and they have shown their progressiveness by giving away over £200 in stakes. In addi tion to the stakes, a valuable cup, whip, spurs, and bracelet are to be given away, and the meeting should be one of the best ever held Jocally. It Is to be hoped owners -will' encour age the club in their liberality by res ponding with good entries. The course and appointments should be at their for this -meeting.

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WORLD'S WHEAT POSITION. INTERESTING STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

WORLD'S WHEAT POSITION. INTERESTING STATEMENT. "Beerbohm," of December 12, to band, on a special review of the esti mated wheat requirements and ship ments in the world for the current season, ending: July 31 next, states that the general opinion appears to be :hat, with a world's record wheat jrop, even after allowing for small jrops in the Argentine and India (and naking a large allowance for the offi cial Russian estimate being much too optimistic), there must be ample sup plies of wheat available. . Requirements of importing countries tnd shipments from exporting coun ;r,ies are estimated by "Beerbohm" on ;he basis of information available for Jiis season, as follow :— Estimated Requirements. . .Qrs. Jnited Kingdom /. 28,000,000; ■''ranee .. .. .. .. 5,500,000 Jermany 8,500,000 Holland and Belgium .. 8,500,000 [taly /. .. 5,500,000 3ther European countries 9,500,000 ^on-European countries 11,500,000 Total A.. .. ..'77,000,000 Estimated Shipments. Qrs. Russia .. .. .. .. 24,000,0...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

AFTER THREE YEARS. Time is the best test of truth. Here is a Horsham story that has stood the test ot time. It is a story with a point which will come home to many of us. Mrs. L. J. Heald, Searle street, Horsham, says :—"I have had marked symptoms of kidney trouble for a long time—backache, headaches, and gid diness. My back never ceased ach ing, and I felt I would give anything for a cure. A had hack hampers one a lot, for you cannot stoop or move in any way without getting an in crease of pain. The number of reme dies I used would surprise you, but I might as well have thrown the money away, for they did me no good. How. ever, to make a long story short, I got Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and they cured-me. I have no backache, headaches, or giddiness now. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are worth their weight in gold to kidney suf ferers." Five years later, Mrs. Heald says: —"Time has proved what a thorough cure mine is, for it is five years since Doan's Backache Kidney Pills cured ...

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SPORTING NEWS. RAINBOW TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

SPORTING NEWS. RAINBOW TURF CLUB. Glorious weather favored the annual race meeting of the Turf Club on Tuesday. There was a record attend ance. Results :— Trial Stakes—Sleep's Ivy May, 8.11, 1:'? J.r "Cbrdner's A.F.A., 8.12, 2; A. Chcidderton's Correction, 8.3 (51b. over), 3. Lady Morn 8.12, and Em erald Girl 8.3, also started. Betting— 2 to 1 against Emerald Girl, 5 to 1 the winner. A good race, won by two lengths. Time, lmin. 2 3-5th sec. Pony Race—A. O'Loughlin's Sdlver Bullet, 7A, 1; G. Pope's Lady Mary, 8.0 (51t>. over), 2; T. McMahon's Meta, 10.5, 3. Renewal, 6.10 (7&lb. over>, and Gingatari 6.12 also started. Bet ting—6 to 4 against Lady Mary, 3 to 1 Silver Bullet Time, 56 2-5th sees. Rainbow Cup, of 25 sovs., one mil.* and a quarter—R. McKenzie's Miss Merriang, 7.12, 1; G. Pope's Theatre, 8.0, 2; J. Fisher's Hopeyale, 8.12, 3. ; Only starters. Betting—Evens agaList j Miss Merriang, 6 to 4 Hopevale, 3 to 11 Theatre. Won by four lengths. Thea tre beat Hopevale by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

f VI E Ik V- tlr. if* A Liikiipv fop People of jlailiisment Bixo'.h SkinuuO 1 wu dfttifwid parti.-il -rly f,.r : >"• who are particular S5 about tucir i! «»tut a aoap that is «?A not "nUclci t purifying and w fi^-ibira* vvil. If ton ence atari j2 "fi"*. tt'iii-.- i2.»xs'i.A>i;in ana iiimlSoap .u:.i cau nfloivt tiie i»no«». 1/- pel cake, you never be wnh» \ £ J*

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ROBBERY AT ROYAL PARK MR. ARTHUR'S PREMISES RANSACKED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

ROBBERY At ROYAL PARK MR. ARTHUR'S PREMISES; RAN ■- v SACKED. ; - v / The residence at Royal Park of John Arthur, M.P. for Behdigo, was broken into last night and thoroughly ransacked. Details of the robbery are not known, as the family are at the .seaside.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

PHONE NO. 15. J. N. WOOLCOTT,,: - ■ '"S Registered Dentist, Scott Street ... Warracknabeal. Next Door to hie Well Known Pharmacy. May be Consulted Bally. Hopetoun, Tuesday, January 13th ; Lascelles, Wednesday, January 14th; Beulah, Tuesday, January 20th.

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MALLEE IN NEW SOUTH WALES. THREE MILLION ACRES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

MALLEE IN NEW SOUTH WALES. THREE MILLION ACRES. Victoria is not the only State thai can claim to lnclode mallee country -rcountry treated with contempt at one time, but now recognised as Ideal wheat land. In New. South Wales, since the mslh of wheat growers to new country In the TUverlna districts, settlement is pushing westward, and this movement ia bringing landseekera into contact with wide stretches of mallee land. In n report Just publish* ed the western lands commissioners of Now South Wales submit the fol lowing statement:— Ninety-two per cent, of the lands in the western division are held under Western Land Act tenures, and 4% [per cent, including 2,034,428 acres of alienated lands and lands in course of alienation, are held under the Crown Lands Acts. The balance con sists of about 1,500,000 acres of unoc cupied lands and lands held under temporary occupation—under the con trol.of the commissioners—and about 1,250,000 acres of unalienated town and. suburban lands, beds of r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

SILVER STAR STARCH! THE BEST IN THE WORLD >4 lb Carton lib Carton 4 to 5 lb Parcel INSIST-ON' LABELLED PACKAGES STOMACH WOJ2MS. Stomach \ViM'»os aro undoubtedly thy most invidious kind of nil. Tho$®in UivaiL-tiic ^vostiach and indict groat havoc upon their victim. They deprive fcho victim of half the nutriment- ho consumes, and when the stomach is empty gnaw the sides of the stomach, causing such terrible sensations as to often cause faintnoss. Aperient medi cines havtV no effect upon thorn,- for when any purgative is taken they fasten themselves to tiie walls of the stomach by a groove ' running down their side. The only method of dis lodging Stomach Worms is to starve tho system and take Comstock'8 "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets. The worms are weakened by the want of food, and aro induced to tako what ever is taken into the stomach. Coin stock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets' contain the properties which sicken and disable the worms, and a dose of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills will clear ...

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