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MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. THE BORUNG SEAT. VICTORY FOR MR HUTCHINSON. A Substantial Majority. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914
MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. THE BOBUNG SEAT. VICTORY FOR MR HUTCHINSON. A Substantial Majority. The Ministerial elections, rendered necessary as the result of acceptance of, office in the new Watt Ministry, took place yesterday, and aroused considerable inter set throughout the State. Oppo-1 sitioa was encountered In the elec torates of Essendon, Praliran, and Borung. The Premier, Mr. Watt, was ! opposed "by Mr. P. Keane, a prominent! Labor .representative, Mr. McKinuon,' Attorney-General, had to tight for his ' seat against Mr. W. H. Webber, ano ther member of the Labor Party, while Mr. Hutchinson, Minister of Agriculture and Water Supply, had •Mr. F. McRae, a well known resident ol this district, against him. The other three salaried 'Ministers of the Assembly were accorded walkovers, viz., Sir Alexander Peacock, Minister of Education and Labor; Mr. Murray, ■Chief Secretary; and Mr. Lawson, Minister of Lands. J 'The campaign," though ' sli'ort, was strenuously contested. In the Essen d...
NEWS OF THE DAY. THE BALLARAT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914
! NEWS OF THE DAY. THE BALLAiRAT EXHIBITION, Brilliant and fascinating is the sceno to be witnessed at the above exposi tion now being held in Ballarat, whero models or specimens of every concel> vablo calling and trade are on view exemplifying In a marked manner the energy, intelligence,, and progress which have been made during the last few decades in Victoria's industrial, agricultural, pastoral, and other inu merable pursuits. In those relating to dairying, poultry, refrigerating, aud certain phases of stock raising, in ad ditlon to the splendid exhibits in each section, there are in connection with these, Government and other experts in dally attendance, who give exposi tory lectures to those who are spe cially interested in these several dis plays, aud supplement the same with advice to formers or settlers who are anxious to be up to date in cultivating land or stock, from the busy bee to store cattle for market. Taking it ail in all, it is an exhibition not only in teresti...
The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY JANUARY 16 MALLEE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914
THE PAPER WITHTHE LARGEST CIRCULATION. ; PUBLISHED. EVERY TTJESbAT'AND . 'FRIDAY-.-MORNINGS, WITH' •" SUPPLEMENT. ' 1 ' '' FR I DAY 'P'K'U®fiY'i'i-l!6 .'■] . ;;; MALLEE 'LAND.! '■ - '| It is notified that maltee lands are available as* follows ^Parish of Nvr raby~592 acf6sr, secohd 'class, -7 miles from Ohillingollah/ Parish of -Nyi'raby —600 acves^second class; 5 miles froni1 Chillingollah. Parish of Manatigatang —639 acres, third class, 1.1/ petf'acre; three miles from proposed statldn at Manangatang. 'farish ' of- W&lpeup—• 640;acr^s,- second class,-17/6 per\*tcre, 7 miles'* fronr Waipeufo. Parish ■'of Hindmarsh—859 acres, third class,-lW railed frdm Ellam.* . Parish of Danyo-« 639 toes, second cla^s, f17/6 per adre; 3'miles' from Mun*a^ville.; * PaVikhi'Of: Tutvo—GC2 acres; second clasfy -17/ii per acre, 2 miles from Cowangle. Var. ish of'TTndertnool—7x6 acres; sec6nd Class; 17/6 - per acre,' 2 miles from Underbool; Parish ot: Woorooa—fi&O adresrrsecond1;class, ^...
COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914
COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. Wheat, 3/2%. ' Flour, 13/6. Bran, 1/. ' Pdllard, 1/0% Factory butter, 1/2. Dairy butter, 8&lt;i. lflggs, 6d. Melbourne Press Quotations:— - Factory butter, 1/. Dairy butter, 9d. to 9%d. Eggs, 7%d; (By Wire'.—Melbourne Thursday.) •Wheat, 3/6%; oats, milling,'1/9%; feed; 1/8%. Tuesday's spurt in wheat was short lived, and on WednesdaV the market was much quieter; and ratner dull, but fairly steady in tone, with li£tle offer* Ing. January delivery Is wbrth1 3/6 alongside. Forward quotations !are on the basis of 3/6%'for February^ 3/7 for March, and 3/7% for iA.'pril-May June. At the close on Tuesday busi ness was done for extended' forward delivery, February to June; at 3/7%. Private cable advices report'thrft Ar gentine threshings are turning: out poorly, • and that- tlie raarketcremaihs firm, although Liverpool options have lost;%d. to J/4d. a cental of (Tuesday's' advance for March, and!%d."ifdi*JMay and July. . ■'v '
MR. K. WEIS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914
MR. K. WEIS. Mr. K. Weis, who had carried on 'business as a watchmaker and jewel ler in Minyip for some years, passed away at the Warracknabeal Hospital on Friday last. He suffered from a malignant growth in the throat. An operation to enable him to be arti ficially fed was performed, but he only survived about 36 hours. Deceas ed, who was 53 years of age, leaves a widow and • four children, the eldest of whom is only 12 years of age. Deep sympathy is felt for Mrs. Weis and her family in their bereavement. The interment took /place in the Minyip cemetery, the burial service being read by the Rev. Father Waldrou.
OBITUARY. MRS. BREWER. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914
OBITUARY. MRS. BREWER. •On Saturday morning Mrs. D. McDo nald, of Warracknabeal, was urgently •called to Melbourne owing to the serious illness of her mother. We re gret to say that the Illness proved fatal. Mrs. Brewer was a very old re sident of the St. Arnaud.district, hav ing resided in that centre for about 40 years, and until recently she was one of eight of the early pioneers. The deceased lady passed away after a busy life, respected by all who knew her, and loved by those with whom she had been intimately associated. Mrs. Brewer-was ailing for a few weeks only. Dr. .McLean, formerly of Bangerang, and Dr. Fred. Bird, of Mel bourne, were called in consultation as a : final effort to effect a cure. An operation was performed on Saturday, but the patient gradually grew worse, and on Sunday night passed peace fully away. The remains were con veyed to St. Arnaud, and the burial took place at the -St. Arnaud cemetery, the deceased lady being placed in the grave with her husband, t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914
1914. "OAKLANDS" 1914. ('TI8 THE CAR WITH A CONSCIENCE ) Note improvements in new 1914 3V9odef. 1. Dolco 'Elootrlc Self-Starter and Llglita. : 2. Car Painted all Froncy Gray (not a hearse). : ■ iv ' 3.- Khaki Hood. . . ■ 4. Oversize Tyrag. ■ • THE " OAKLANDS" IS THE CAR FOR YOU. Superlative Quality Modlurn Weight Consistent Reliability J •Distinctive Appearance ■ Moderate Price Extremely Economical: Exceptional Equipment Maximum Efficiency ; Unapproachable Value W. BURBELL & CO. PTY, UTD.. - 899-10 0»llin# street; 92J-80 ®onrk« Btrwt, Melfc.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914
Whooping Cough. 'My little boy had ^hooping 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 have always kept a bottle of this won derful' medicine by me, and recom mend It to everyone." Sold, by Hut chinson-and Co. and J. N. Woolcott. : . Suffored Agony with Headachco.
SEWING BAGS OF WHEAT. 40 BAGS AN HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914
SEWING BAGS OF WHEAT. 40 BAGS AN HOUR. .... Bag sewing Is a seasonable topic, , and there has been a good deal of discussion lately In 'Natimuk, says the "Mail," as to how many bags of wheat experienced men could aew per hour. Many practical men say that to sew from 100 to 120 bags as delivered from the harvester Is a good day's work, I Mr. iFrank Wollermann, formerly of 1 this district, recently offered to put up £10 that he could dump with his knee and sew 33 bags in an hour. But a feat has been accomplished In South Australia -which will set the West Wlmmera knights of twine and j needle thinking—and talking. We clip Ithe following from the Adelaide 'Chro nicle" :—A couple of years ago Mr. j James (Darley, jnnr., son of Cr. J. Darley, of Georgetown District Coun cil, created a record by tilling and sewing 327 bags of wheat In one day. Last season a young farmer,' Mr: Gor don Dunsford, of Redhill,' easily. com pleted 425 bags in one day.. On Mon day last.Mr. Darley sewed 440 bags ...
BURNT AT STAKE. WOMAN'S CRIES UNAVAILING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914
BURNT AT STAKK. WOMAN'S CRIES UNAVAILING. Three Indians have been sentenced at 'Dinapur, in 'Bengal, to transporta toin for life for having burnt an old woman whom they suspected of hav ing caused the illness of their wives, one of whom subsequently died. Evidence was given at the trial that the woman was captured and tied to a stake, around which was stacked wood. Shrieks and agonising cries by the woman went unheeded by the men, who set fire to the wood, and tlie vic tim was roasted to death.
CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) TYPHOID IN PRIVATE HOSPITALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) TYPHOID IN PRIVATE HOSPITALS. Sir,—It' seems to me, on reading the report of the doings of our local oouncil, taken in conjunction with the Local Government Act, and the opin ion given -to the council by the Crown Law Department, that our municipal governing body is determined to get "Its (back up" and take a step which does not come within its province. At the same time, it risks the ratepayers* mntiflv if a flivi! action is taken, US, un* doubtedly. it has not a leg to stand upon if such action is taken/, The Health Act is an' Act of Parliament, and its provisions can only be carried out bv local councils, so far as they do not conflict with tho meaning of the Act. . The Central Board of Health, which has ^dealings and business with the matter in dispute, has surely bet ter scope and more experience to'deal with this proposition (seeing its prin cipal field of labor is in cities) than our local council, which' is composed of (with two exceptions)'m...
SOCIAL. ROGERS-CLARKE WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914
SOCIAL. ROGERS-CLARKE WEDDING. A quiet but pretty wedding wa9 celebrated at "Balbina," Brim, the re sidence of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Rogers, on Tuesday, the 6th inst.,. when their second youngest daughter, Clara (Maude, was united to Norman Oakley Clark, of Doncaster, the Rev. W. Jolly, of Beulah, being the officiating clergyman. The bride looked cli arm ing in white silk, with an overdress of lace, prettily draped, the court train, being (held by her niece, Miss 'Milly Hand. She carried a pretty bou-! quet, and wore the customary wreath | and veil, the latter being presented! to her by Mrs. Jas. Swann. The brides-1 maid, Miss Ivy Rogers (sister of the i bride) wore a stylish gown, wth lace | coatee, and carried a dainty bouquet of pink roses. The bridegroom's pre sent to the bride was a gold cable bangle, and a pretty gold brooch was presented to the bridesmaid. As the bride entered the diningroom on her father's arm, Mrs. Jolly sang the solo, "The voice that breathed o'er Eden," and a...
SOUTH AFRICAN TROUBLES. GENERAL STRIKE DECLARED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914
SOUTH AFRICAH TROUBLES. GENERAL STRIKE DECLARED. In South Africa the condition of affairs Is one that must rivet the at-! tonHon of all who pay any attention to the work of Government or legisla-: tion. What Is happening there is only; a type of what may happen anywhere 1 under given conditions. It was serious enough when it was a question of the wliite or black Tace being in the as cendancy; now, owing to that dispo sition which has made' strikes so widespread, there Is a three-cornered duel going on, and the whites are divided among themselves. To_ go on strike except .as a last resort is'always a regrettable thing; but to strike in the face of a dangerous and compli cated race situation, where the ex cesses of the. Indian Mutiny itself could be repeated, is nothing less than criminal. There seems to be some kind of infection in the air, and men heedlessly do and say that which no persuasion would have induced a few years ago. For instance, one of the strike leaders, Mr. George . ...
PREVIOUS ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914
PREVIOUS ELECTIONS. Mr. Hutchinson was first returned to Parliament as the member tor Bo ning at the election in October, 1902. At that time the people of the State determined, as , the result of the Kya bram movement, that Parliamentary reform was imperative. The drought had then devastated half the State, and there was an insistent demand that the burdens of the taxpayer should be lightened... Mr. Hutchinson ] was in the field v as..the- re form candidate, and the, .executive of the Reform League accorded him their support. The election was one of the hardest battles fought in .the State. Mr. J. 'H. Dyer, of Rupanyup, was the sitting member, having represented the constituency for 11 years previous. At the election in 1900 Mr. Hutchinson ran1: Mr!': Dyer to' Svltfiin ,11 votes of! winning the seat At the election in 1902 'Mr. D.ve'r had the support of the Government, but the reform move .rnent was too strong for him, and hei | was unsuccessful. The interest mani fested on behalf o...
A REMARKABLE OPERATION. STONE IN MINER'S BRAIN SUCCESSFULLY REMOVED. LONDON, 14th January [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914
a' bemabkable opbi" tion STONE IN MINER'S BR*'") ; SUOCESSPUILY RnWOV® LONDON Mtl J» According to tlie "Dally marltable operation lias bBen " ed at St, Bartholomew's: London.' „ « The subject was an Austra1''!^ er, named Anderson. As tte j of an explosion, a fragment an inch in diameter pierced, Wi of Anderson's'eye. laceratcd and bocauie embedded in tl>efh Tlio operation xor the remoy ^ Htone wns of a most difficult but. It was succejsfulij Anderson *ls-. practically bl^fi Injured eye;.'but- otherwise M ;!g :He Is returning to AufllroM ' | day. - jsl Surgeons describe the °? ^&lt;1 0B3 of the moat aatftfuntliBIS &lt;"■' I
RURAL WORKERS. FARMERS PREPARING. A CRISIS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914
RURAL WORKERS. FARMERS PREPARING. A CRISIS EXPECTED. - The several conferences In different centreB In New South Wales between representatives ,of "tie Farmers and Settlers' Association and the Rural "Workers' TXnlon having proved abor tive. l>oth sides are nqw engaged steadily organising; In preparation! for the crisis which 1a (believed cannot be very' long deferred.j Organisers of the Rural Workers' Union state tliat the union has nb Intention io create trou ble or retard the Industry, but merely to insist on the payment of log rates by all farmers. ■ ' *' ' Farmers' Union representatives state • If the . Rural Workers' Union declares ■ wheat or (Shall "black" and obtains the co-operation of waterside workers not to handle suoli blaolc pro duce, farmers from all over the States will go to Sydney and handle the pro duce on the wharfs. Tills will only be dono as.a last resort. livery day names are. added to the Hat of those prepared to eo to Sydney or Mel botinia to oHglBt load ...