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WIRELESS STATIONS. MR. WYNNE'S SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 23 January 1914

Will BLESS STATIONS. { MR. WYNNE'S SCHEME. Mr. Wynne is considering a scheme for establishing wireless telegraphy stations on out-back pastoral proper ties. to be worked by bookkeepers.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 23 January 1914

SILVER STAR SEARCH THE BEST IN TOE WORLD li^Jj *K>8lb Parcel INSIST ON LABELLED1 PACKAGES Sick Headache. WOMEN SUBJECT TO FREQUENT THROBBING, BURSTING HEADS. TJiq% DOt Ofti they arc it is generally duo to ness or Indigestion, Hut worn* headaches which seem peculiar to their sox, frequent throbbing headaches. Does it not seein that such headaches peculiar to women must.bo at once re la ted to iv»ma»Jy discaso." Women who strength and nervo force they undergo as a consequence of tho disease. It is this that causes fch© headaches of sick women. In other case3 theso dnitis and disagreeable feelings are of soino other com __ _.idigestion, Bilions and Constipation, all of which are caused by corrupt noxious matter clogging: the circulations; hence a stream or rush of blood to the head, and by tho excitement a great pressure °n,'I was," writes Mrs. Sarah Cnrzon, of 26 Broughton street, North Sydney "at bne time subject to s< ~ aches and NVuralgic pains i me mad, the shooting ...

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NAVAL APPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 23 January 1914

NAVAL APPOINTMENT. Captain Gordon Smith, commander I of the Encounter, has been appointed j second naval member of the Naval ! Board vice Mr. Onslow.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 23 January 1914

YOUNG BEOS,, [Auctioneers, Siook and Station Agents, Land, Finance, and Commission Agents, HOHSHAM, NH1LL, HAMILTON AND YVAHKAOKNABEAL. ancli Offlcoa at Ararat, Murtoa, Mlnylp, Nliill, Uupanyup, Dlmhoola, erton, Donald. Teraug, Balmoral, and Goroke; also Walsley, S.A. AGENTS FOR:— ys, Luecelios, Limited, Wool and Grain Broken), Stock ami Agents, Geelong and Melbourne. ^Australian Mutual Provident Society. he National Vlre Insurance Co. of Now Zealand. ho Baliarat Banking Co. Limited. ' )io Australasian Mutual Live Stock Insurance Society Limited, in] business arrangements with all tho leading Arms of auctioneers in r South Wales and South Australia. Suction sales o[ Horses, Cattle, Sheep held at Horsham, Nhill, Haniil ' ilurtoa, Mlnylp, Warracknaheal. Beulah, Hopetoun, Rupanyup, Donald, oia, Kaniva, Natimuk, Goroka. Dunkeld, Casterton, Cavendish, Strath. Balmoral, Terang, and Lake Dolac. MONEY TO LEND AT LOWEST RATES. /arracknaoeal Stock Sales. ItivTUKDAY, JANUARY 24th, 1914. ggHEEP...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 23 January 1914

Genuine SALE OF igh-olass Drapery COMMENCES ON Saturday, January 24th. A CASH DISCOUNT OF 4 s in the £ Will be given 011 all lines purchased for Cash during the Clearance OUR SALES Have been noted for. the Absolute Genuineness of the BARGAINS given, aucl we intend to make this the Record Selling Time IN THE HI3T0RY OF OUR BUSINESS. SPECIAL LINES Will be Thrown Out at Ridiculously Low Prices, and marked In Plain Figures. BE EARLY AND ENJOY THE PLEASURE AND PROFIT OF OUR PRICE CUTTING. We have the Goods you Need at the Price you want to pay, All Departments join in the Price-cutting. MILLINERY AND COSTUMES, MANCHESTER, DRESSES, HOSIERY, LACES, ETC., CLOTHING,; MERCERY, HATS, ETC., AT , ' '• ■ I 4s in the ■£ DISCOUNT MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING Very, Low PriceB prevail in ,our Cloth tog and Mercery '{Departments.'.:'' All Lines 'have been dealt with, and now offer an opportunity to save which has riot before Jjeen presented to the District. The Goods are of Picked Styles,, and the Quality...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 23 January 1914

THE Pioneer ESTABLISHED 1«8J,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 23 January 1914

DON'T NEGLECT. A Common Case of Piles. It May Lead to Serious Results. When people generally understand that all such fatal diseases as Fistula, Ulcer of the Rectum, Fissure, etc., al most invariably begin In a simple case of Piles, they will learn the wisdom of taking prompt treatment for the first appearance of this trouble. Doan's Ointment Is unequalled for every form fy J --- "'ching. Bleeding, Protruding, .v t "a ,;i-- Piles, and hundreds of lives saved by using this cheap, h-n i. ;/e remedy right at the start, : such time a single pot has o..:vc •--::--:ted a cure, while in the old, ilviix-.-jd chronic cases, several sometimes necessary. Hero is a case :— •Mr. E. Cr. Ridgwell, late of Scott street, Warracknabeal, and now living in Melbourne, says :—"I suffered for a long time from Itching piles, and in spite of all the remedies I tried, couid get no relief.- At times the irritation ■was unbearable. A friend advised me to use Doan*s Ointment, and I am glad I took his advice, fo...

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MOTORIST PROSECUTED.! FINEO FOR NOT STOPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 23 January 1914

.. . ■ I MOTORIST PROSECUTED. ! PINKO FOR NOT STOPIMXG. At the Donald Court on Friday, William Henry Gray, auctioneer, was j charged with negligently driving »ino- j tor car, niiil oii a second count with! falling to stop when an accident oc-j curred. ' Mr, IS. G. Bona appeared to prose*] ewte, and defandant was represented j by Mr. F. G. Oakley. ! The case for the plaintiff was that j defendant was suilty of negligence] which was dangerous to the public,] and that when an accident occurred j he did not comply with the law, which. demanded that the person in charge] of a motor oar should pull up andj render assistance. On Sunday. Xo-; vetnber 2.J, Michael O'Brien and two; friends were driving into Donald in a; gig. When crossing the bridge over1 the anabranch of the Richardson River defendaut came along in his car. The horse driven by O'Brien became restive, plunged, got his hoofs through the rail of the bridge, and fell. It was alleged that defen* dant neither sounded his liorn or ...

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AUCTION REPORTS. MESSRS. YOUNG BROS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 23 January 1914

AUCTION REPORTS. MESSRS. YOUNG BROS. ! Messrs. Young Bros, report a fair j yarding of stock at their Horaham 1 yards at their opening sale for 1914* : on 'Saturday last, January 17. Include ; ing several outside private sales and those made in the-' yards, over 5000 sheep were sold at very satisfactory values. Six hundred merino withers made 13/; 200" at 12/9; 200 at 12/8'; 500 crossbred ewes, 15/6; 517' at 13/6; 627 crossbred Iambs, 10/6; other sheep, 9/ to 12/6; cattle and horses, at late rates. Total sales during past three weeks, to January 17—43,725 sheep, 76 rams," 367 cattle, and 81 horses. During the holidays, De cember 22 to January 17, we sold 24,410 acres for £90,820, On account executors estate late 'Sir J. J, Duncan, the well known Yarram Park station, near Glenthompson, area 22,808 acres, together with stock and plant, to P. F. Cobold, of Queensland (conjunction ! Messrs. Dennys, Lascelles, Ltd., and j T. H. >Laidlaw and Co.); J. Green I wood, Gerang, 318 acres at £...

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THE LABOR MINISTRY. STATEMENTS IN THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 23 January 1914

niE l/AHOK MINISTRY. STATEMENTS IN THE HOUSE. I la the Assembly <Mr. Elraslie repea j ted the statements 7 mad? by Mr. | Smith when the new Ministry was | formed, that he had received ;:onr ances from Sir A. .1. Peacock. Mr. .V | A. Biilson, and Mr. Bailiieu. j Mr. Watt said his colleagues had j absolutely denied Mr. Elaine's state-1 i ments, and added that they had cor-1 ! roboration. ' -Mr. Hannah said Mr. Bailiieu had * assured Mr. Elmslie in hi? presence ■ that Mr. Watt, whom he called "Bil ly," would give every assistance. Per ; sonally, he would sooner cut his arm I off than run away from such a clear | and definite statement as Mr. Bail I lieu had made. The mutter then ' dropped.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 23 January 1914

Brought to Bay Are those enemies of civilisation, In digestion and Dyspepsia, when Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabuleu are em ployed. 1/6 and 2/6 per tin. Ob tainable everywhere.

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DUTY ON DREDGE. PRIME MINISTER'S SURPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 23 January 1914

lH.'TY OX 1>RKD(»E. PRIME MINISTER'S SURPRISE. Th.'t Prime Minister ^ sur prise at the Victorian Government b*. asked to pay duty on a dredge, and snvs the demand \v\W uof be enforced if the la**- permits.

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CULTIVATION IN THE MALLEE. IMPROVED METHODS ADVOCATED [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 23 January 1914

CULTIVATION IX THE j MAM/EE. I IMPROVED METHODS ADVOCATED] I Less than ten years ago (writes the j iSea Lake "Times") the land In the Wlmmera did not produce any bettor crops than the mallee is producing to day. Eut in that ten 'years the fer tility of tho Witnmera land has im proved beyond all recognition. The wheat yield la now counted by the bag. where formerly It was counted by the bushel. And it is good farm ing that has wrought the difference. The Wlmmera farmer o£ to-day crops only land that lias lain fallow, and has been well worked. The mallee farmer will have to do the same. Another factor in the success of farm ing in the Wlmmera is that the far mers there are content with] their lot. They realise that they must assist nature in the grand scheme of re-production, and that their returns will be in exact ratio to the amount of intelligent enterprise they put into agriculture. The Wlmmera farms are well fenced, well watered, and well stocked, and the .Wlmmera farmer's home i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 23 January 1914

It Never Fails. "For years we have been using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," flays Mr. Herbert H. Woodhead, Wentworth, I N.S.W. "We have six children and I never use anything else for the treat i ment of coughs, colds, and bronchial ] I complaints. I confidently recommend j 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 oott 1014. "OAKLANDS" 1914 (TIS THE CAR WITH A CONSCIENCE.) Note Improvements in new 1914 Model. 1. Detco Electric Self-Starter and Lights. 2. Car Painted all Frency Gray (not a hearse). 3. Khaki Hood. • 4. Oversize Tyres. . . THE " OAKLANDS" IS THE CAR FOR Y<DU. Superlative Quality Medium "Weight Consistent Reliability Distinctive Appearance Moderate Price Extremely Economical Exceptional Equipment . Maximum Efficiency Unapproachable Value W. BUHREUL & CO. PTY. LTD. ! 608-10 CollinB s...

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BEULAH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. HARVEST FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 23 January 1914

BEl'LAlf PRESBYTEK1AN CHURCH. harvest festival. I Harvest festival services In con I nectlon with the above were held on Sunday last, and notwithstanding tho oppressive weather, were largely at tended. The Ucv. 12. Eldridge was the preacher. In the morning ho dis coursed from the words, "The earth bringeth fruit of herself, first tho blade, then the ear; after that the full corn in the ear." In spiritualising the text, he referred to the perfectly na tural development of the Christian life, the three stages being the blade, the ear, and the full corn." Reference was made to Professor Drummond's "Natural Law in the Spiritual World," and Paul was . taken as the example embodying the most perfect stages of Christian growth, the blade stage being when he drat preached In the Synagogue of Damascus; the earatage, when knowing that bonds and im prisonment awaited him in every city, he could say, "None of these things move me," and the full com when he said, "I am now ready to be offered," ...

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STATE PARLIAMENT. SUMMER SESSION OPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 23 January 1914

STATE PARLIAMENT. SUMMER SESSION OPENED. The State-Parliament re-opened on Tuesday, and -Ministers were sworn in. - " In'tlie Legislative Assembly Mr. J. Cameron drew attention to the police; methods in arresting the man O'Neill' at Omeo, alleging that lie was the es- . ; c.'ipcd prisoner Sparks. Aft$r Air. Prendergast. had moved an adjournment of the House to dis cuss the question, .Mr. Murray admit- V ted that the police had been fH-advis-' ed. The fullest inquiry would be made. The motion for the -adjournment was.negatived. . Mr. Watt said it-was proposed to ' rfelain: or. the notice paper the. ilrist 27 bills, which included the Work men's Compensation, Country Roads, • Factories and Shops, and Hospitals , and Charities Bills. The Premier intimated, with regard to/an omission by the Council of the con tributary clause, hi. the Workers' > . Compensation .Bill,; that it. was pro posed to drop the bill and introduco ■ another without this clause. . • ; -Messrs. Mackey :and Rober...

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CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. HEAVY PENALTIES INFLICTED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 23 January 1914

CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. HEAVY PENALTIES INFLICTED. At the Donald Court on Friday the Inspector of the Fisheries and Game •Department, Charles Moore Clift, pro ceeded against Donald Gillies on a ! charge of having three wild ducks. In his possession on a recent date. De fendant pleaded guilty. The inspector said that in company with Inspector Pullen, he was at tha Little .Lake, Buloke, when defendant drove up in a tinker, and taking a gun waded through the rushes. Witness heard four shots Bred, and when de fendant came back to the vehicle he was carrying three ducks. Witness' asked defendant if he was aware that he had been shooting during the close season. Defendant denied any know ledge of this at first,' but subsequently admitted that he was aware of the fact, and that he was unlucky. Mr. Bona, who appeared for defen dant, said the birds were of no mar ketable value, and the Bench might also take into consideration the fact that defendant's gun had been confis cated. The police mag...

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WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 23 January 1914

WOOL SAtES. •Messrs. Goldsbrough, Mort and Co, held their first sale of the current year on Wednesday, offering a good selection of 4560 bales. Good compe tition was experienced, the bidding be ing more general than before Christ inas. Good wools realised full late I rates, while medium and coarse cross ) breds sold in growers' favor. j The Australian Mercantile Land and 'Finance Co. Ltd. report—After an in* terval of four wqeks the second series of sales was opened in Mel bourne on Monday. We brought for ward an attractive catalogue of 4029 bales. Competition was keen and gen eral throughout the sale. Fine wools commanded most attention, prices for these descriptions being very fhrm» and ruling in sellers' favor. Other merino wool showed no change from December rates. Medium and coarse crossbreds may be quoted a shad© dearer, but fine crossbreds and come backs showed no change, with strong competition. Lambs' wool when short or faulty met with only fair competi tion,- but when of g...

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RAILWAYS COMMITTEE VACANCY. MR. BARNES APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 23 January 1914

RAILWAYS COMMITTEE ' VACANCY. MR. BARNES APPOINTED. The Stato Ministerial Caucus on Wednesday afternoon filled the va cancy on the Railways Standing Com mittee caused tby the appointment ot Mr. W. Hutchinson to the office oC Minister Xor Water Supply. Mr.- S. -Barnes, member tor Wallialla, was 'appointed. The other candidates ;wero Mr. J. J. Carlislo and Mr. J. P. Fairer. The preferential system of voting was used, and Mr. Barnes secured a i substantial-majority." Members ex plained subseauently that it was a desire to give representation to CHpps land on the committee that Induced many to votu tor Mr. Barnes.

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Late Melbourne. (By Wire.—Melbourne Thursday.) SHIPPING TRADE CRISIS. NEW CONFERENCE DESIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 23 January 1914

Late Melbourne. i£iy Wire.—Melbourne Thursday.) j SHIPPING TRADE CRISIS. NEW CONFERENCE DESIRED. The council of the Waterside Wor- j kurV Federation has decided to ask j for a new conference. i

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