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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 30 January 1914

Husre' Bargain Attractions, Adelaldo Bargila Company.—'Adrt.,

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 30 January 1914

BALliABAT MARKET. Last week's liighes't values for cat tle ruled at the Corporation Salo Yards, Baliarai, on Tuesday. Prime, bullocks realised from £11 to £12. and extra prime, from £12 10/ to £13 7/G, with prime cowV from £8 to £10 12/6. The best of the 51 calves pen-, ned brought £6. Sheep were In brisk demand, and there was no deprecia tion in prices' which have been ruling of late. Prime crossbred wethers brought from 18/6 to 19/6, and extra prime from 2i/ to 22/0, prime ewea 16/6 to 17/6, and extra prime from I!'/ to 20/8. There .was a strong de mand for lambs, and highor rates ruled. ' Prime ■ wero takeu. »<■ ><om .17/6' to '18/0";'''.'and•••extra- prime suld to SM/10.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIRE AT STAWELL. SHOPS DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 30 January 1914

FIRE AT STAWELL. shops? destroyed; Fire destroyed two shops, a drfiW" maker's establishment, and a dwelling I house of five rooms in the.main j of S taw ell on Wednesday. I The fire was discovered early in the | morning, and it spread through ft® I weatheityoard structures with I rapidity. There was a strong <\'e9' terly gale- blowins» and thl8 *685lBt^. the onward rush .of the flames.' Mf6-. M'Cay and;her son, who wore asW-; in their dwelling,vonly managed to?®1' out of the burning building in -tlrt"; night attire. . The insurances on the building —Mr. CJ. Barries'- building, £500 to1" ; North British'; Mr. W. Lewis, groeJJV: £100 on building and £100 Off ®toc»!; Mr. J. Strahan, hide dealer, 03 premises and £100 on stock; M'Cay's resjdonce, £100- on building ;| in the Victoria office; and Miss strong's dressmaking r *estahli8^^®on,' ;i £30. \ '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 30 January 1914

Whooping Cough. I ■Hy little boy had whooping cougk | very badly," says. Mrs. A.. Henderson. I The People's Store, 47 : Elgin Roai, 1 Mornington, N.Z. "I tried; several 1 cough medicines without any of the® £ doing him any good,, .then I trl« I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and m | got immediate relief. Since then ' | have always kept a brittle1 of this won- | derful medicine by 'me,"and"■recfflfr | mend it to everyone." ! Soldrby Hut' 1 ohlnson and Co. and .T. N. Y/oolcott. f

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 30 January 1914

RIFLE NOTES. Members of the '-Aubrey1 Rifle Club1 wii) note by advertisement elsewhere that practice starts on Tuesday next On 11th February a match- .will fa fired with Warracknabeal, and on 17th 'trophies will be competed for. Pf* | ticulars in another column.

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THE HARVEST SEASON. DELIVERIES AT RAINBOW. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 30 January 1914

the harvest season. nfCUVIOIMES AT RAINBOW. Tlio delivery of whfcat at Raititaow continues very brisk. Up till Friday tlio quantity received in the railway yard totalled 28,000 bugs, of which 4000 had been .despatched per rail. The total number of bags delivered at Turkey Bottom for the Reason is 20,000, whilst about 2000 have been stacked on the Albacutya station site. iCTNE BORDER CROP. Mr. Josh Hand; of Panitya. can well afford to smile this year at the excel lent result of tlie harvest on his block, No. 3, Parish of Carina. In fact jjis returns from the start of farming on the border, four years ago, has justified one long and cqnttnuous smile. For the present season Mr. Hand has obtained an average of 14 bushels from 250 acres. The secret of his gucc&s He's in the usual thing —good cultivation. Though he had no fallow, the "whole of the 250 acres was -ploughed from April to the end of Hay, afterwards disced, and when the wheat was well above the ground cross harrowed—th...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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STORMS IN CALIFORNIA. AVALANCHE KILLS MINERS. SAN FRANCISCO, 27th January. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 30 January 1914

STORMS IN CALIFORNIA. AVALANCHE KILLS MINERS. i SAN FRANCISCO, 27tl) January. For the second time since the* be* ginnnig of the year" severe storms have' visited California. SeveraJ per fcons have been drowned In flood wa ters, including a millionaire and his w.fe, during a mountain cloud burst near what is known as the "millionaire colony" of Moritecite. Railway communication is at a standstill, and hundreds of people have been rendered homeless. A number of ranchers are marooned by the floods in low lying districts. The loss of life is not yet known. ' -From Salt-Lake City it is reported that an avalanche swept over the •mountain, side near Storrs, wrecking four houses and killing three persons and injuring three. others. ' The vic tims were miners employed in the neighborhood. They" were trapped in their homes,'and crushed to xleath. The inhabitants 'are''fleeing;1 beifrg up'' ■prehensive 'of another avalanche. -

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NEWS OF THE DAY. MALLEE ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 30 January 1914

NEWS OF THE DAY. .MAUiEB ALLOTMENTS. At the present .time there am a few Malleo allotments' open for selection. They consist of holdings jvhieh have been forfeited by tl«s previous selec tors. They are for the most, part situated near the line from Ouyon'tb >Murrayvillo, and are all adapted to the growth of cereals. EXPORT OF RABBITS. Rabbits are being received in enor* motis quantities at the. Mudgec Freez ing Works. N."S.\V.. find one tiny last week something like over 7000 pairs were dealt with. A large and compe tent staff is going full steam ahead to cope with the supply, and there is scarcely a restful moment at .the works. 'If the present rate of des truction continues the frisky pest should bo a ^hade less prevalent dur ing the. coming winter. CRUELTY TO FOWLS. At the Heathcoie court Mary Walsh, married woman, "was proceeded against for cruelty to fowls. The evidence went to show that a sou of defendant's had, with her knowledge, nailed a hen and 10 chickens in a shed fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 30 January 1914

Gripes In Horses. ; fe "Somo time ago our horse down with a bad attack of A|| . soys MIrr K. .T. -Coles, Major's ClWj ■ N.S.W, 1 ;'I tried 'floveral remedlM'» -■ tliey hud no offoet. Ag a laat resowjv I gave the horse three,teaBpoow" 1 of Chamberlain's Colic and D'a Remedy, and noticed an Improve" immediately. Ho was soon aW , I stand, and now Is. aa well as ®'eu \ Sold by Hnt.ohtnuon and Co, on' - - j TTooloott

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SPORTING NEWS. TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 30 January 1914

SPORTING NEWS. At a meeting of St.. Patrick's turf I Club' at Minyip. it was decided to | Hold the annual races on Tueadaj [ March 17th.- A programme on tfc same lines as previous years adopted. A final reminder ia given to those | interested .that entries for the race club's principal events close with | the secretary (Mr. Mottram) tow row (Saturday). Programme and ft particulars are given in another i lumn.

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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 30 January 1914

OORRKSTONDENUK. (To the IMItor.) Sir,—nSomo few weeks ago n i(|( appeared ill your columns In rcfor,,,' to tlie running of the two Wpt^' triitns, nml suggesting that an eltm'■ be made to have the' second uJ' run to Wurraukiuiheal instciul oll)i» hno.la ,nml allow, tlie first express |j. lake passengers beyond Miirtoa' j this could be. done, and It apjsl„ that It is unite possible to secure j seeing that there would probacy ^ as many passengers for this ]|m ,J-' there are at present utilisns; u ^ tween Murtoa and IMmbontn, it mil,j be Just what is required bore, j,( should 'bo pushed energetically tr locnl 'business people. With the 'opjj! uniity of gottta tlwoush ivom by express in the ono night, more in. vollins would undoubtedly tal : and as the cost to the dev. would not be increased, a Ucctdcd a. fort, should he made to see.uvc 11, % haps the council or Progress s miglit make a move In the matter-. Yours, etc., "SPEEDING UP;

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 30 January 1914

! The A and B teams met on the local 1 ground on Wednesday, and a good game resulted in the A team secures the victory by two wickets and 4} runs. For the B team Dr. Tregear •batted splendidly for 40, and Mar chant ran up 14 freely and by good cricket. ; They were', however, very poorly supported by the remainder, the only other double score being sundries. The total score' was 02. Bell was very destructive with the -ball, and secured the splendid average of 7 wickets for 22 runs. Wood secured 2 for 24, and Graig 1 for 8. The A tenm batted much "better. T. Dpno hue was in great form with the willow, and carried out his bat for the fins score of Gl. S. Bell showed good form, and rattled up 27; in good style.; J. McColl played a. flue innings to? 22. The innings closed for 142. la the bowling Dr. Tregear secured four • wickets for 28 run's, and Bruhn 2 for 15. which were the best averages. :

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TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 30 January 1914

TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS. There was n very fine display if*' tennis on the Murtoa courts 1, 5. turdnv ami Monday, when tlic Wir mora singles and doubles wore play, cd. Lin. Craig, of Warracknatai, won the singles final from the Mlnjfe I player, Arthur Naylor. The doubly I was won by McPherson Bros., c! | Horsham, Dr. Calhonn and J. 'V of Donald, being runn£rs-up. T« games ended io—5. Naylor and IIc-er ! were'beaten In the first -round, G'jt ; son and .White1 beins'defeated i third round by Bate and Gray, of War racknabeal, 6—5, 6—4. Twu.1... pairs competed, representing N" j Dinrboola, Horsham, .Teparit, Jure, | Murtoa, Rupanyup, Kaniva, i, r Donald, WarracVnabeal, and Minvij. The attendance on both days was i record. Tn connection with the Galoqti Tennis Association, a match vaa-ph) ed at Beulah between teams represent ing Galaquil -East and-Beulah. r day was rough and *cotd. Beulab I proved too strong for G-nlaqull Hast,| winning by a total of 50 games, players representing Benlah wer...

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BOWLS. WARRACKNABEAL v. HORSHAM. AN EXCITING GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 30 January 1914

BOWLS. , WARRACKNABEAL v. HORSHAM. AN EXCITING GAME. WON BY WARRACKNABEAL. The return match, between War rackna/beal and 'Horsham Howling Clubs took palce on Wednesday, when four rinks from Warrncknabeal Jour* neyed to Horsham to try conclusions on that green. The teams were con voyor- In motor cars kindly ju-ofi'ore.i { by Movers. Knwling, Miller, Freeman | and Smith, and although a Jw:i<l wind rvisted, good lhm\s wore mad? In the run over, and an enjoy, able tr!j> v,-;is the outcome. llor?)u»u\' possess a very pretty green, snugly enclosed and nicely planted with flow ers and evergreens, while the greens were fast and in good order. A few rolls on the various greens gave the visitors, who were cordially welcom ed, a good idea of the bins and pace required, and soon after 3 p.m. a seii ous start was made. Messrs. Field, Mackenzie, Hamilton, and Miller cap tained the teams for Wavracknabenl, and Messrs. Houston, Washington, Lanylands, and Learmonth for Hor sham. Twenty...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 30 January 1914

. Cleanliness is Next to Godliness. ' A clean body Induces a .clean miuil. A clean body is attaine"d by the~iifie of water and 'a-'good'soap. The only question is,"What Soiip?" Bexona Soap is. the best soap. . . Its manufacture is the moat modern and the most scientific.' It combines the qualities u£ the best germ-destroying powers with the most dainty odor and appearance. Rexona Skin and Facial Soup is the only medicated soap which Is pleasing as a general toilet, soap. A daily bath with water and Rezona Soap makes tlie user clean. He is not only free flow dirt, l)Ut from disease germs. His clean and healthy skin ensures a healthy body. , : - Cleanliness of mind should follow. So use Rexona soap in your daily bath. Be clean and keep clean. ltexona Soap, Kins ■ of all Soaps. . 1/ por Tablet.' Obtainable every whore. . :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 30 January 1914

Suffered Agony with Headachee. . | "I highly recommend Chamberlain's Tablets to anyone who - suffers* from headaches," says^-Mrs. -.-M.-.K. W, Marlborough 'Head, Victoria -Valley, Tasmania. MI suffered agony with headaches and {tried > almost every thing. Nothing did me any good until a friend rocommendedvChamberlain b Tableto, and they Boon put me right again.' Now I would not Ijo without a box of Chamberlain'8 Tablets in the house." Sold by Hutchinson and Co. J.' NirWMlWtt

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THISTLE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 30 January 1914

THISTLE ACT. ; . The Thistle Act 1890 Further ! Amendment Bill -was, further consid ered in committee in the Legislative Council. On clause 3, "notice to destroy this ties." Mr. Beckett moved that he follow ing sub-clause be added—"Provided that the council of any city, town, or •borough, may destroy all thistles growing-or being upon the adjacent one-half width of any road within the municipality, and may-defray the cost thereof out of its ordinary revenue.'* Mr;*'Manifold' supported -the- amend ment. •Mr. Richardson said that it seemed unjust to -employ ratepayers, funds on the eradication of noxious weeds on roads, seeing ■♦hat they had spread from adjoining privnte property. Tho owners of the private property should be responsible for the cost. Mr. Evans supported this view.. •Mr. Hagelthorn said it was unwise to'ask the-councils to do something which the owners should do.. • He would urge members to compel own ers to do this work, as they were, in most cases responsible for wee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 30 January 1914

Enormous. Bargains, Adelaide Bar I satn' Cotopariy,. late Gunn'o.—Aijvt.

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IS SUPERPHOSPHATE DOOMED. A NEW METHOD. WHAT IS THE PROCESS? [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 30 January 1914

I is superphosphate doomed. A NEW METHOD. WHAT IS THE PROCESS ? Mr. \V. H. Gratwick, of Maitland, contributes the following to the "Bor der .Chronicle"—"Superphosphate did more for the 'uplifting of humanity' than ever the Verran Government did. The latter, claimed-that Labor politics | were responsible for the prosperity.of (South'Australia. I claim that super phosphate and the-drill, coupled with a run of good seasons, produced the wonderful change we see to-day. I predict even a greater'uplifting in the near, future, without the aid of super phosphate. We "all know that the to tal sum paid by farmers for the fer»' tiliser runs -into an immense amount every year. The average cost per | acre for super Is 4/G. The difficulty in 'getting-the manure, to'remote parts ! bf the State is also considerable. Of ten it has to be carted long distances, over bad roads. The price to the far Imer is also controlled by the "Orrible J understanding,' and. he cannot get : away from it. There was a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 February 1914

BALLARAT WOOL SALES. EJ. STRICKLAND & SONS will , hold their usual SALES through out the Season. The recognised Mar ket for Farmers' Clips. Every lot va lued prior to sale and owners advised. W. J. CLARKE, Agent"for War raekimbeal and District. Collars, Saddlery and Harness, OF all descriptions. Large stock j to choose Irom Buggy, Gigj Harness from 90/. Best Leather and | Materials. All well made. Dray Col lars from 19/, Buggy Collars from 13/, and Riding Saddles from 45/. Bridles, Whips, Spurs, Brushes, Leg gings, etc., in great variety. BEENIE'S Patent and other HORSE RUGS. Satisfaction Guaranteed. tfV. F. Schickerling, SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, Scott street, Wairacknabeal. To Business iVIert I AND THE PUBLIC. j If you require anything or desire to < make anything known ! Advertise in "ThsHerald," j The old-established paper, with ths Largest Circulation. TH& JALLARAT TRUSTEES, BXB CUTORS AND AGENCY CO. LTD. OFFICE—CAMP STREET. DIRECTORS. JOHN McLEOD, C...

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