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THE HARVEST SEASON. DISPARITIES IN YIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 January 1914

THE HARVEST SEASON. DISPARITIES IN YIELDS. An Instance of the peculiarities of the season may be judged from the ! fatft that Mr. John Clarke, whose land Is about two miles from Rainbow, harvested the most prolific crop he has taken off his land since drought year 150 acres or tallow averaging over' 7 bass per acre. On the other il.aiul, Mr. Harry Perkins, whose farm Is situated about S miles from Raln ,bow, had absolutely the worst crop he has stripped since the drought, his best field returning 4 bags per acre, whilst other portions of the land did ^ot yield as many bushels; The sam ple of grain i» another peculiarity of the season, one paddock yielding an excellent sample, whilst the adjoining field showed a large percentage or flinched grain. SEA-SON AT .710PAIU I\ Perhaps In no other year during the history of agriculture in Northern Vic toria has the producer experienced so many grave doubts, disappointments, and surprises, as he has faced during the past season (writes the Je...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLITICAL AFFAIRS. FEDERAL SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 January 1914

POLITICAL AFFAIRS. FEDERAL. SITUATION. ' The Federal Government spent two j days in Cabinet last week giving con- j sideration to various matters of mo- j ment. Tn the first place, some atten- j tion has been given to the best means j of putting an end to the existing in tolerable situation arising from the ., Labor domination in the Senate, j which makes the Parliament hopeless- . ly unworkable. Only a general elec- ; tion involving both Houses affords i any hope of a remedy. The point is j whether the Government should call ! Parliament together sufficiently early to permit of the creation of a situa- j tion that might lead to a dissolution of both Houses in May or June. The position needs cautious handling, and although no decision" has been an nounced—probably no definite deci sion has yet been reached—there aro some slight indications that the Go vernment is inclined to push forth boldly, and seek to strengthen the Li beral position in both Houses—but es pecially in the Senate—...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRIM. OLD PIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 January 1914

BRIM. (From our Correspondents OLD PIONEERS. The "Wlmmera Star," Horsham, U ! at present interviewing the pioneers I of that district. Foremost of those is | Mr. Freeman, a colonist of 5S years, I and father of our respected resident. S Mr. Thomas Freeman. Mr. Freeman, I' senr., who is now aged S3 years, U described as hale and hearty, and gives a graphic account of his early • struggles at Coleraine. Port Fairy, Ha | milton. and Horsham, where he ar« J rived 40 years ago. He compares the i present advantages to the man on the | Sand of railways, also up to date im* j ptemenus. which enable a farmer to j do work with ease, which took weeks. , of manual toil in the early days. He | aud his devoted wife have proved by \ their industry and indomitable cour« j age they are of the true type of j pioneers, "who have labored in the I 1 burning heat of the day." To quote j ] the words of the writer of the article, I j five words will describe the story of j I this Christian couple's life wh...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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STORM AT BEULAH. THE TOWN INUNDATED. DAMAGE BY WIND AND HAIL CHURCH SERVICES ABANDONED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 January 1914

STORM AT BEULAH. THE TOWN INUNDATED. damage by wkd and haju CHURCH SERVICES ABANDONED. (From our Correspondent.) A cyclonc siorm oj great violence swept over Beulah on Sunday evening shortly after 5 o'clock. No indication was given that any disturbance was approaching other than the day had been extremely hot and sultry. About 5 o'clock a gentle sprinkling of rain commenced to fall. Suddenly, with tremendous violence, the storm broke. The rain was dri ven horizontally in great sheets, pene trating under the roof? of houses and flooding some dwellings completely, | Within an hour 275 points of rain fell. ; The township was inundated, the gut* ; ters being quite inadequate to carry off the great volume of water. A . number of cellars were filled with wa ter. The Victoria Hotel was surroun ded with water, which covered the brick footway and lapped the walls <•>{ the building. Some damage was done at Mrs. Thomas' coffee palace. A number of detached bedrooms were unroofed a...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AMATEUR ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 January 1914

AMATEUR ATHLETICS. At tlie Amateur Atliletic sports, held ■ in Melbourne, /the 120 yards hurdle championship was won by Wellmann (S.A;), 1; Keddell ('N.Z.), 2; Temple ton (America), 3.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 January 1914

PERSONAL. Mr. Sampson, M.P.. after spending some days in Warractaabeal. return j ed to Melbourne on Saturday. I The Minister of Agriculture and ! Water Supply, Mr. W. Hutchinson. [ came to Warracknabeal on Saturday Cor the declaration of the poll in con nection with the Borung election, and i remained In the town till yesterday, I when he returned to -Melbourne. Mr, j Hutchinson was fairly inundated "with I telegram? of congratulation on his j vi tory in the recent campaign. j Mr."and Mrs. S. Atkin, of Aubrey. | ret'.'med home yesterday after a short holiday. They travelled by motor. j and -'aw a good deal of the new set tlement in til". Goulbourn Valley. ;i* well as the W'aranga basin. Mr. At. kin says that some of the irrigation ! blocks"present a fine appearance, hut ! others have not turned out so well. i Manv of those who entered upon this i class of fanning were inexperienced, j and a i-ood number mere handicapped I by insufficient means. Considerable attention, Mr. Atkin says...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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NEWS OF THE DAY. CHAMPION HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 January 1914

NEWS OF THE DAY. CHAMPION HUNTER. Miss Alice McCulIoch has purchas- i ed the champion hunter Denial from j Mr. Ricketts, of Penola, at a high figure. She intends to hunt with him at Melbourne, and to exhibit Denial at all the big shows thereafter. J WBSTRALCAN ASPIRATION. A A Million Club, with the object of j raising the population of West Aus tralia to 1,000,000. has been started. • Members lunch together once a week | at the city cafe to discuss immigra* j tion and population, entertain visi-; tors, and advertise the State gener- j ally. Mr. A. H. Ford is the organiser, i and the Premier, Mr. Scaddan, preei-' dent. ! CONTROL OF WATER WORKS. Messrs. Kenyon and Crosbie, of the State Water Supply Commission, in I conjunction with the councillors of the west riding of the Shire of Waipeup, met last -week as an advisory commit tee. The question of the council tak« ing control of the water works in the district was discussed. It was deci* ded to increase the intake of the Wai peup tank...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 January 1914

OBITUARY. The death occurred in Warrackna beal on Saturday morning of Mr. Her* .bert Thomas Walker, son of Mr. W. Walker, of Areegra. Deceased, who was a native of Lubeck, was 36 years of .age. The cause of death was tu-. berculosis. • Deceased was well known throughout this district as the representative of Messrs. Deutcher and Sons, machinery manufacturers, and was very highly respected. The funeral, w1iich took place at the War* xacknabeal cemetery on- Sunday after noon, was attended by a large num ber of friends and sympathisers. Two of deceased's brothers were present. Rev. T. Alday conducted the service at the grave. The coffin-bearers were Messrs. R. G. Learmonth, J. W. -Mot tram, C. E. McCann, G. W. Lawson, H. Day, and R. D. Learmonth, while I I the pall-bearers were Messrs. N\ | McQufnn, R. Rogers, R. Darling, H. : ! Heath, T. Dermody, M. Healey, H. ' i Schultz, and W. Jess. Mr. T. E. Gar* diner was the undertaker. Dr. Thomas Hutchings, who was . killed by the express train...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 January 1914

v WhoopInfl Cough. „ 'My little- boy had . whooping cough very badly," says Mrs; A. Henderson, The People's Store, 47 Elgin Road, Mornington, N.Z, "I tried several cough medicines without any of them doing him any good, then I tried Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, arid 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 ■chinssn and Co. and J. N. Woolcott. . y

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 January 1914

Suffered Agony with Headaches. •VI highly recommend ;Chan\berlaln's Tablets to anyone who suffers from 'headaches," says Mrs. M. X, Berry, Marlborough Hoad, Victoria Valley, Tasmania. "I suffered agony with headaches and tried almost every thing. Nothing did me any good until a friend recommended Chamberlain's Tablets, and they soon.put me right again. • Wow I would riot be without a box of .Chamberlain's Tablets in the house.!') - Sold by Hutchinson and Co. •nfl, J. N. Wooleott

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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 January 1914

BOWLING. The:local club journey to Horsham to-morrow to play, against the Hor Bham Club, There/will be, four rinks engaged. Teams are ao follows : Pearson,. (Sutcliffe, Hopkins,;and Mac kenzie; Wyafct, B. Dally,'Pitcher, and1 Miller;, Twyford, Rawling, Hushbury, and (Hamilton; and Smith, Janes,'Aub rey, and Field. Cars, will leave the post ofllc© corner at 12.30 p.m. sharp, and .the players will take the cars aa Indicaited. Mr. Miller's car takes Mil ler's team, 'Mr. Smith's car takes Field's team,,Mr. /Rawllng's car takes Hamilton's team, and ivTr. Freeman's car takes: Ma-ckonzie's., team. „■ The game starts at 3.p.m., and players are requested to; be ready to start at tln*e mentioned, so as to have a little practice.. beforehand. ^/ Players, £re. requested to note tip rounds ot* matches - for handtwip -ptily laat iBSfu^.; -

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CONSUL SHOT. DRUNKEN COOK'S CRIME. PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 January 1914

CONSUL SHOT. DRUNKEN COOK'S CRIME. PARIS, Saturday.. it. Valdrome, French Consul at Tan gier, has been murdered by his cook in sensational circumstances. He was giving a dinner party, when he found, after the guests had arrived, that the cook was drunk; M. Valdrome remonstrated with the man, and dismissed him. Tlie -man then1 fired three revolver, shots at M. Valdrome, who rushed into the /flrawingroom, and fell dead in the arms of some of his guests) '

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FROST AND ICE. COLD SNAP IN BRITAIN. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 January 1914

FROST AND ICE. COLD SNAP IN BRITAIN. LONDON, Saturday. Great Britain is experiencing uio se verest weather that has been known <for several years. To-day was the coldest-for a year in England, there being 11 degrees of frost in London, and 17 degrees in county districts. Rivers and lakes are coated with ice, and racing at Keinpton Park was postponed on the ground Ihat it wa3 impossible to hold the meeting. France and Germany are also suf fering from a cold wave. Charcoal braziers are burning in the principal streets of Paris for the benefit of the poor.

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SHORTAGE OF WATER. AN UNEXPECTED SUPPLY. MR. MUTCHINSON'S ADVENT AS MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 January 1914

SHORTAGE OF WATER. AN UNEXPECTED SUPPLY. SilL HUTCHINSON'S ADVENT A3 MINISTER. Mr. \S~* Hutchinson. M.L.A., Minis • wr for Agriculture and Water Sup ply, 2ias gained for bfni*e]f the repata I tion of being the most prompt Minis j ter on record in carrying oat his obli \ gations. • On Saturday a deputation from Beu , lah. consisting of Cr. C. Marshmna, • president of the Karkarooc Shire, Mr. ! A. H. Bodey, J.P.. and Mr. C. Dormau, ■ waited upon Mr. Hutchinson in his ca pacity as Minister of Water Supply, at Warracknabeal. They urged him j to use hfe best endeavors to have a supply of water sent along the Yar-; ; riambiac Creek at the very earliest j moment, as the dams which depended • for supply from this source were dry. Mr. Hutchinson told the deputation that he would send them a supply of water immediately, as he recognised the urgency of the case. The deputa tion returned home satisfied with Mr. Hutchinson's assurance. On Sunday a .areat storm burst over the district. Close upon...

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JAPAN TAKES STAND. INTIMATION TO AMERICA. WASHINGTON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 January 1914

JAPAN TARES STAN.I). ': = INTIMATION TO, AMERICA. WtA HING-TON, Saturday. Japan considers. that the arguments of Washington In connection with tho ■Callfbrnian l.antl Bill, are: unsatisfac torj', and has Intimated to President Wilson that other .plans will have , to be elaborated, .The Immigration.' Committee,; which is considering the ; Asiatic , Exclusion ■Bill/ has postponed its sittings Ujittl It, has ascsrtained what tlie'other. plans

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CABLE NEWS. "HERALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. (PER REUTER.) SOLIALISH CONDEMNED. STATEMENT BY EX-PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 January 1914

CABLE NEWS. "HERALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. (PER REUTER.} SOLIALISH CONDEMNED. STATEMENT BY EX-PRESIDENT. Mr. \V. FT. Taft, ex-President of the United States, made some remarks ou ; democracy and Socialism in the , course of an address in Philadelphia : last weefc. | Addressing college students, he cal- • led a halt in the movement towards j the .so-called 'purer democracy." Nowa- ! days such a movement, he said, cul- j rainated in ridiculous exhibitions, such • as a school children's strike. The ex- j President went on to censure sexual j plays and literature. At another part j of his address he said that the United j States was not going into Socialism. ; If it was they would only substitute j for what they had the tyranny of the s majority and dead level of retro%res* j sion for everyone. ' j

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CAR OFF THE RAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 January 1914

i;ak off thf kails. Au ♦rtectric car left the rails on Glenferrife roa<l throup'n rain filling the slot with silt. Nobody was hurt, and tiie car vaa quickly replaced.

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WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC. JACK JOHNSON APPEALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 January 1914

WHITE SLAYF. TRAFFIC. | JACK JOHNSON APPEALS. . j Jack Johnson's attorney is appeal ing at Chicago against the boxing champion's conviction on charges, in connection with the white slave traf fic. He declared that Johnson was 1)e lng unjustly persecuted while the real traffickers were immune. Two thou sand girls were introduced into Ame- j rica yearly, one promoter making an j income of £20,000 from the traffic.

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SNOW CAUSES FAMINE. VILLAGE CUT OFF FROM WORLD. PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 January 1914

SNOW CAUSES FAMINE. VILLAGE CUT OFF FROM WORLD. PARIS, Saturday. Heavy falls of snow in the south west of Prance have caused villages i to run short of provisions. One, "with over 1000 inhabitants, has been entire ly cut off from the world for more than a week. A number of wolves and wild boars have made their ap pearance.

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WOMAN MUTILATED. HEAD NEARLY SEVERED. PEKIN, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 January 1914

WOMAN MUTILATED. HEAD NEARLY SEVERED. PBKIN, Saturday. Mrs. Richard Newman, wife ol a wealthy German butcher, at Shang hai, has been found in her bedroom horribly mutilated. Her head was nearly severed from the body, one arm was almost hacked oft, aud several fingers were cut off, evidently as the quickest way of ob taining rings. Jewellery and money to the value ol £4000 was carried off.

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