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SPORTING NEWS. TURF. NHILL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914
SPORTING NEWS. TURF. NHILL RACES. a lie ruiiuwiiiK weigius nave ueen ue clared for the Nliill Races,, to "be run oil the 21st January, 1914 :— Hurdle Race—Widden 11.12, Craniey Chase 11.0, Merrinita 10.12, Modest Maid 10.2, Ballapur 9.9, Red Rust 9.2, Ivy M-ay 9.0, and Thunder 9.0. Nhill Cup—-Polly Brown 9.5, Yatla 9.0, Ruapare S.13, Pouter 8.12, Widden 8.12, Wyreema S.ll, Yapeet 8.9, Hope vale 8.G, Boulogne S.5, M.T.L. 8.0, High Plown 7.13, Merrinita 7.12, Thunder foot 7.11, Dr. Jack 7.9, Alavena 7.3, Trent Gull 7.0. Plying 'Handicap—Safe Shot 9.0, Ruapare 8.12, Yaapeet 8.10, Hopevale 8.7, .M.T.L. 8.2, Merrinita 7.12, S. Near 7.12, Lady Morn 7.10, Jenny Wren 7.9, Dr. Jack 7.9, Spear Fish 7.7, Alavena 7.3, Thunder Royal 7.2, Trent Gull 7.0. Pony Race—Aurate 9.7, Le Grande 9.0, Little Vera 9.0, First Kiss 8.7, Sylvie 8.0, Clem'atus 7.7, Renewal 7.7, Thunder King 7.0, Tiny Town 7.0, Willow Green 7.0. Trot—Because, 350 yds. bhd.; Sweet ness, 300 yds. blul; Sylvie, 250 yds. bhd.; Waiste...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914
A Luxury for i Btttooa Skiu and Facial Soaptub de*iffnt& v . particularly for people who ar« particular about their »kln. and want a soap tluvtia notoalyclcanainff. butpurifyinjandr* freshing asvrdl. If you one® -i using Iiexona Bkin and Facial M and can afford the price, 1 /- eg cake, you iriUnevcrtH oul it aftin. jvsmv-.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914
ft Never Falls. "For years we have been using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy" says Mr. Herbert H. Woodhead, Wentworth, N.S.W. "Wo have six children an/5 never use anything else for the treat, ment of coughs, colds, and bronchial complaints. I confidently recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to everyone, more especially to parents, who like myself have young children's health to safeguard. It never fails to give relief in all cases. Sold by Hutchinson and Co. and J. N. Wool* cott [To ladies in Melbourne aud suburbs. :An absolute boon for your ease and comfort. All Sizes. Protected by patents. Illustrated Booklet FREE by return mail. Write today. L. LUCAS and Co. Eastern Arcade, 133 Bourkc St. Melb The World's m Family Medicine. A family medicine is a necessity. The human body is an intricate piece of machinery which is easily put out of order, and unless- the wrong be righted in its early stages a general break-down is certain. Thewise keep the World's Family Medicine always at hand, and...
STATE PARLIAMENT. OPENING OF SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914
STATE PARLIAMENT. OPENING OF SESSION. State Ministers were summon'oii 'by ! 'Mr. W. A. "Watt, the Premier, to at* tend a Cabinet meeting yesterday to make final preparations for meeting Parliament to-day, when the work of the yesslou will be resumed. Now that all Ministers in the Watt Government have been re-elected, the Cabinet is in a position to decide more definitely on the order of -business. Mr. D. Macklnnon, the Attorney-Gen eral, will be given charge of the Wor ners' Accidents Compensation Bill, and will have the co-operation of Mr. Murray. The Legislative Conucil has omitted the contributary clauses from the measure, and the Government will propose that the amendment be agreed to. It is possible that some effort will be made to confine the operation of the 'Bill, to centres of population. The Victorian Loan Bill, and the Esti mates will probably be brought on after tiie Workers' Compensation Bill,
NATURE IN CONVULSIONS. VOLCANO BLOWS OUT. FACE OF NATURE CHANGED. TOKIO, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914
nature in convulsions. VOLCANO BLOWS OUT. PACK OF •NATURE CHANGED. TOKIO. Snturdnv. The series of eruptions which have occurred during the past few days on the islands of Sakura-shlma, culmina ted in the west side of the volcano blowing out. Fire was .furiously vomited from all sides of the summit, and the sea around the island was boiling. Another tidal wave swept Kago shima, and for miles around the as pect of nature has been completely altered. The fall of ashes was so heavy that it was Impossible for peo ple to open their eyes. Further and worse eruptions are predicted by the observatory authori ties. Previous reports from Kagoshima or' the death roll were greatly exag gerated. The majority of the Island ors were rescued. Thirty thousand houses on Kagoshima Bay wero des troyed. Two hundred thousand refu gees, who were scattered about the mountains and forests In the early Hours of tlio disaster, escaped. Many women have gone out of their minds as a result of the terror which the...
CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD. REMARKABLE ALLEGATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914
CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD. REMARKABLE ALLEGATIONS. Alexander Barlow and James Pe ters were remanded till January 29 for conspiracy . to defraud ; tomato growers in the Echuca district. It is alleged that Barlow had an ofllce in the Western Market. Peters toured the country buying produce and pre senting- the cards of J. Peters and Co. The growers afterwards received cheques, which were returned, as the firm's bank account stood only at 4/1. The amount owing to growers was £200.
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914
OBITUARY. The death occurred at the Warrack nabeal Hospital on Saturday of Miss Alice Ethel Blight.. daughter of Mr and .Mrs.. James Blight, of Beulah Deceased, who was 17. years of age succumbed to typhoid' fever. Muo!: sympathy, will fee felt.for the parent! and::relatives Jn their.affliction. Tlii interment took place at the Beulal cemetery. , Mrs.. Jluller, who, about 16 yean ago, was licensee of the.Victoria Hotel Murtoa, died suddenly ; at Ilamlltoi: last week. Her remains were Inter red at Murtoa. - > .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914
Suffered Agony with'Headaches. "I highly recommend-Chamberlain'! Tablets to anyone who suffors fron headaches," says Mrs.. ST. K. Berry Marlborough Road, . Victoria Valley : Tasmania. "I suffered agony wltl headaches and tried almost every thing. Nothing did ma any good untl a friend: recommended Chamberlain'i Tablets, and they soon put me rlgh ' again. . Now ■ I .would not he withou ! a box of Chamb'orlain's Tablets in th&lt; ! housio" .Sold by Hutchinson and Co and I. N. Woolfcott,
BATHER BREAKS HIS NECK [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914
BATHER BREAKS HIS NFCK A *,ad ba-.Mug fatality occurred at -si Sorrento 011 Sunday, when Miv Charles ; Rutherford Browne, a -well known pas- &lt;|§ toriilist, ywar. ..killed . through diving ! from a platform'.Into -.three feot of o i water. .. , ,. . ■■ Tt, wps not. until lie' ros&lt;&lt; to the sur- I lace that any alarm was folt. Ho wa« ' noticed to bo In a dazed state, - and : . ; : i practically holuloss. Mr. Browne lin- . v.Vc i gered in agony for a fow minute:!, ;md suddenly collapsing; fell back dead., Ho had dislocated his riocU through atrifc- > 1 ? ins the,ted rand on tins btittom Vt | riB batho.' * E
JOKER OR LUNATIC. WEIRD SYDNEY PRANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914
JOKER OR LONATIC, . .WEIRD SYDNEY PRANKS. " Some strange and annoying acta have lately been puzzling the.Sydney oolice, who are yet .unable to say whe ther the perpetrator Is V lunatic or a yradical joker. . ". r v On: Friday some person telephoned to an undertaker to call on some per son,residing at Darlinghurst and take the measurements of her. husband's fbody tor, a coffin. The undertaker ar rived to And the supposed, corpse eat ing/a very hearty meal. Later, twelve faxi-cabs ;arrived at the same, house. The drivers explained that they, had been instructed to, call lor passengers. The harassed, householder had hardly got rid of the taxis, before a lady , ar rived from a florist's shop -K-ith , aii expensive bouquet,-which she had been told would, be paid, for, on-- delivery. OMier business . people also, received unauthorised teVepJif/iio message! ' tt c&n at Ibe Ijousb.
SHEEP HILLS. HARVEST SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914
SHEEP HILLS. (From our Correspondent.) HARVEST SEASON. ■ Harve'Bt operations have been com* pleted, with the exception'bf'stripped j md heaped wheat, and' the horse win? ■ lower can be seen, busily cleaning the ?raih. It is just a matter of opinion it the present juncture which of these machines is coining: into favor. There Is, perhaps, more labor with the horse winnower, but a compensating feature is that the farmer saves all the -blow chaff," which' is an important item, especially now that we are alive to grazing interests .It cannot be denied that the harvester is the cheaper ma chine, and a great convenience to the small or single-handed farmer. Re turns at Sheep Hills, like other dis tricts, have varied considerably.. Mag nificent yields and lean returns have been reaped, side by side. As show* ing the volume of traffic to the local station, the stationmaster (Mr. Shep pard) states that for December, 7240 bags were delivered, and for January, 14,817 bags. The total was 62,157...
NEWS OF THE DAY. A UNIQUE PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914
HEWS OF THE DAY. A UNIQUE PROPOSAL. ■ "There is a movement on foot within the State Labor caucus in New South Wales that the life of Ministers should be increased from three to four years. The ostensible reason for the innova tion is that it will ensure for members of the Cabinet a railway pass for life. The proposal is in the hands of a. cou ple of members of the rank and file of the party, who have been busily engaged "sounding" their colleagues during the past day or two. So far canvassing members have met with scant success, and it is practically cer tain "that the proposal will never for mally reach the caucus room. FARMERS AND STRIKES. The advisory committee of the Auckland Farmers' Union has decided to immediately proceed to organise constabulary corps to be in readiness to meet such an emergency as the reeent strike. TRAGIC DEATH. Michael Coleman, 11, met his death in Adelaide in tragic circumstances. He was riding a horse along Hilton road, when it bolted. The lad was throw...
CORRIEDALE SHEEP. THEIR GROWING POPULARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914
CORRIEDALE NHEEP. i THEIR GROWING POPULARITY. Mr. Jas. Watt, of Rainbow, who is establishing a stud flock on his- farm, re ently purchased a number of Cor* riedale sheep. There can be no mistaking the fact that Corriedale sheep are rapidly gaining popularity in Australia. ^Quite a number of flocks have already been formed, and the very excellent re« suits obtained from them are encour aging other sheep men to pay close attention ;to the -breed., , 'At leading agricultural shows In "both Victoria and New South . . Wales, Corriedale sheep have been on view, and the interest taken iu the exhibits shows that the merits'of the breed "are stea dily gaining recognition. At the wool sates recently held in Melbourne, Cor riedale fleeces met with more than a favorable; reception. According' ;to -'a sound authority the Corriedale wool sent in by a well known pastoralist of the Donald district was. exception ally good. In his judgment, had there not been so much burr in evidence the wool vrould...
THE RURAL PRODUCERS' ASSOCIATION. REASON FOR DISBANDMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914
THE llUR AT] PROD DOERS' ASSOCIATION*. REASON FOR DISBANDMENT. Iii the "Monthly News" for January the following explanation is given of the reasons for disbandment of tho Rural Producers' Association:— ■ "Our action In disbanding has been the subject of comment in many 'let ters since received by us, and 'In no instance has the comment been ad verse. Each and every "writer, ex pressing his own or his branch's opin ion, thinks we have done the very best thing, and the executive feels no .small sense of gratification at this ap proval of an action which was taken in the full conviction that it might meet with disapproval, but which it nevertheless felt to be the best course to pursue.: To hand the few thousand members of our association lock and stock into the hands of the union, would have been enabling the union to reach , thousands' of producers at 0110 , blow, and It would also liavo meant j that those who were members of tlie association would have been penalis ed because of tlie...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914
PERSONAL. Mr. W. Hutchinson,'. Minister, .for Water Supply, returned .to* Melbourne on' Saturday.' !He will re-vlsit War racknabeal on Saturday next- to be present at; the-declaration otthe poll in Connection with the Borung ' olec At Murtoa last week the I^ev. John W. Meers was inducted to. the charge of'the Presbyterian churches of Mnr toa. "Mdnylp,and'I.ubeck. ' :'cHev: Oswald R:-Undeh, Baptist tnin ' ister, is leaving this week for a lioli j day. at Black Rock. The reverend gen ' tleman' will be absent' from Warrnck • nabeal for a month. '• tion. -V:; .■ The friends' o£ Mrs; Heath, Benr., of | Sheep Hills, will regret td leiira tliat ' she is in a delicate state of health, and ' is obliged to go under medical -treat ; ment. [ - Mr. .and Mrs. J, Williams, of Star - well, have celebrated their diamond ' wedding, a rare'event in any comm'u | nity. Mr. Williams is; 80 years■ of age,1 and Mrs. Williams 78. The num ' ber of grandchildren; totals 35, and ' there are seven great grandch...
VICTORIAN AGRICULTURE. DR. CHERRY'S INTERESTING VOLUME. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914
VICTORIAN AGRiOULTURE. DR. CHERRY'S INTERESTING VOLUME. Dr. .Thomas Cherry, Professor of Agriculture at the Melbourne Univer sity, is issuing a series of volumes on Australian settlement. ; The first" Is a text .book' o£ the principles arid me thods ;/underlying . "tlie pastoral and i agricultural Industries of south-eas i tern Australia. It,is of. a most cotai Drehenslve character, and deals ex. i haustlvely with Victorian conditions as they affect all the chief "areas of ; tlie State. It la admirably Illustrated, and the first portion contains some , very informative maps showing the , rainfall zones of this section of the Commonwealth, comparison of Austra . lia and the world climatic zones, the contours and irrigation areas, the agri . cultural zones and the cultivation" and live stock regions. The great advan tage of these maps is that they give you a vast amount of information at a glance. Then the graphs showing tlio monthly rainfall records are par ticularly "valuable to peo...
SUBMARINE DISASTER. THE CREW PERISH. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914
( SUUMAttlN 13 DISASTER. THE CREW PERISH. LONDON, Saturday. 11 iDuring tho navnl manoeuvred tho 1 submarine No. 7 foundered in 17 fath a oms of water. At midday salvagers 0 were endeavoring to raise the vessel. '• Tho crew were still alive at 5 o'clock. 1 When tho flotilla was ordered to the " surface submarine No. 7 failed to rise. 1 Divers attempted to .communicate with 1 the crew by tapping, but they received 1 no .answer. After o'clock all hope ' was abandoned. The catastrophe la attributed to dia 1 abled pumps. , 1 The death roll comprises two offl ' cers and nine petty officers and men. ; A sister ship was sunk off Plymouth • with all hands in 1005.