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TOSSED BY A BULL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 February 1914
TOSSED BY A BULL. Geo. Moore, 73 years, was sitting on j the rails at the Kensington sale yards, j when he overbalanced and fell. Whilst j he was on the ground a hull charged I him from the opposite side of the fence. One of the animal's horns struck the old man on the head, but bystanders pulled him out of danger] before he was seriously ihjured. He; •was conveyed to the Melbourne Hospi tal in a St. John ambulance, and ad-! mitted, suffering from a scalp wound 1 and shoclc. j
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 February 1914
Got Very Weak. j "My boy Jack was very bad with | DiaiThoea," writes Mrs. M. Lee, i Forbes, N.S.W. "For quite a fortnight j be was ill and got very weak. My j husband bought a bottle of Chamber- i Iain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, j and to our surprise one dose complete-1 ly cured him." Sold by Hutchinson! and Co. and J". N. Woolcott . VETERINARY. : Edgar J. Lukey, L. V. So. (Melb. Univ.) : Late Veterinary Surgeon to Stawell i District Veterinary Club. HAS taken up his residence ini Warracknabeal, and will be pre- J pared to attend to all descriptions ot ! Veterinary Cases, including Castration | and Dentistry. Address—Devereux ' street (at rear ot Freeman Bros.). ! 'Phone No. 116. I Make and Quality THE BEST. PRTCES RIGHT. HARNESS, SADDLES, and COLLARS of all descriptions in stock and Made to Order. COLLAR and SADDLE Lining and Stuffing a Speciality. J. Hamilton, SCOTT ST., WARRACKNABEAL THERMS HEALTH STRENGTH in every Pill 5^3
STRIKERS DEPORTED. FROM SOUTH AFRICA TO ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 February 1914
STK1KKUS DEPORTED. FROM SOUTH AFRICA TO ENGLAND. Great excitement, has been caused throughout South Africa by the action of the Government in deporting to England 10 of the men who were anions the lenders in the recent strike. The utmost secrecy was maintained by the Government and officials in re gard to the matter. The strike cen&lt; j sorshlp in the Transvaal and Natal j prevented any hint of the Govern- j ment's proposal becoming known by the public. The 10 men arrived in Durban in a special train at 12.15 p.m. The docks | were strongly guarded by police and! members of the Natal Mounted Rifles.! The passage from the train to the! steamer Umgeni was also guarded. ! Swiftly the men were placed aboard and the steamer instantly sailed. It is stated by the agents for the vessel that she will call at Las Palmas. It is stated in the "Daily Mail" that instructions were sent by motor car from Pretoria to Durban because, the Government did not trust the tele phone or telegraph se...
FEDERAL REVENUE. THE LATEST FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 February 1914
FEDERAL REVENUE. THE LATEST FIGURES. The revenue returns at the Cus toms for January totalled £1,345,896, being, an Increase of £44,882 011 the previous January. Queensland and •South Australia show decreases, and the other States increases. The se ven months' revenue amounts to £8,827,519, being a decrease of £'423,734. There was a decrease in all the States. Postal revenue for January was £398,492, being an in* crease of £47,521. West Australia shows £1500 decrease, New South \ AVales £8000 ' increase, Victoria £10,400 increase, Queensland £5200 increase, and South Australia £2-5,400. The invalid pensions in force total £15,318, and old age pensions £86,546. Maternity allowances granted total 162,083, equalling £'810,416 paid in 15 months.
CONSTABLE ENDS LIFE. DESPERATE WITH PAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 February 1914
CONSTABLE ENDS LIFE. DESPERATE ^WITH PAIN. Constable Allis, who has been In charge of the Kangaroo Flat police station for about 20 years, committed suicide at his residence 011 Saturday morning. For same years Allis had been .suf fering' from iupus in the face. This had been gradually getting worse', ■and. last week he suffered intense' pain. " He;\vas feeling desperate, al(&lt;f remarked to his wife that he was get' " ting worse, and that the lupus would never get better. Allis went to his bedroom about 7.15, and a Quarter of ah hour after waVds his wife heard a revolver shot. I She--rushed in and found her husband L de"d on the floor.' Death had been; -instantaneous. Allis was 58.. years of «gA. and was well known and respec ted1 in the district.
TURF CLUB'S RACES. A SPLENDID ENTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 February 1914
TURF CLUB'S RACES. A SPLENDID ENTRY. The local Turf-'Club have every reason to be pleased with the res ponse owners have made in entering* their horses for the two days* meet ing of .the local club, on 18th and 19th inst. When the two days was decided upon, and.the largo increase in stakes made, there was some doubt as to .the wisdom of the undertaking this year, but events, so far, have proved that the club's progressive action will be well justified. The following entries disclose the fact that horses have been entered from all over the IWim mora, and. aa far south as Newstead and Ballarat Entries liave been made from Bircliip,' Hopetoun, Sheep Hills, Sea Lake, Rainbow, Jeparit, Horsham, :Murtoa, Kewell, Stawell, Ararat, Bal larat, Newstead, Melbourne, Winde mere, Swan Hill, Warracknabeal, Ban gerang, and Dunkeld. That the club has a wido reputation, this varied list will show, and if the handicappers can satisfy most of. these owners there will bo great fields all round. , In any...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 February 1914
To Do Others Good. "I have been living In S.W. Queens land for 13 years," writes Mr. J. R. Tindale, Editor of the Cunnamulla "Watchman." "During that time I have been subject to attacks of Diarr hoea, and have always found Cham berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to quickly relieve me. I can recom mend it to anyone suffering from that complaint. You may use this letter as you see fit, for it is written to do 1 others good." Sold by Hutchinson and Co. and J. N. Woolcott. ON NATURE'S LINES Beecham's Pills periForm their healthful work—gentty, soothingly, yet withal thoroughly; until the whole system is benefited. Being perfectly safe for young and old and compounded only from the purest and most carefully selected ingredients of vegetable origin, there is no more satisfactory medicine for a disordered ; stomach, sluggish' liver-or irregular action of the , s bowels than Beecham's Pills 9oM tvnywKcn In bow, price I0M. (36 pUIi) l/li (56 pllli)A 2^ (KB "«BS Announcement Exfraoi^ii&...
FARMERS AND UNIONISM. ACTION IN GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 February 1914
FARMERS AND UNIONISM. ACTION IN GEELONG. At a meeting in the "Exchange" on Thursday, Geelong district far mers, who crowded the room, had a vigorous discussion on unionism, rates of pay to rural workers, and the hold ing up of the industry in other parts of Australia by strikes. Speakers ad-: vocated that farmers should stand ! solidly together for their rights. They; would easily gain the upper hand if they stood firm, even if it went to the extent of having to do all the harvest ing, carting, and loading themselves. It is understood that about 70 farmers intimated that they would combine for mutual help purposes and contribute to the defence fund. It was also sta* ted that many others who could not attend the meeting will fall in with the proposal. Another meeting is to be held this week to further discuss it.
WATER SUPPLY WORKS. TURNING FIRST SOD. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 February 1914
WATER SUPPLY WORKS. TURNING FIRST SOD. Mr. TV. A. Watt, the Premier, who | was accompanied by Mr. *W. Hutchin son, Minister of Water ^Supply, on Saturday, turned the first sod of .the Moorabool Reservoir, which is to be the sixth dam connected with the Ballarat water supply system. The dam is to cost about £40,000, and it will draw a, portion of its supplies from the Moorabool River. The spade handled by the Premier was that used by King George V. when, as Duke of Cornwall and York, he planted a tree in the Ballarat East Town Hall gardens to commemorate his visit
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 February 1914
PERSONAL. Miss Kita Woolcott, whose approach ing marriage with Mr. Staiiistreet, of . the Bank of New South'Wales, was annonuced in last issue, is the only daughter of Mr. arid airs. J. N. Wool cott,' of Warracknabeal, and not J". F. Woolcott, as previously stated. Mr. O. J.';Currier6f the'staff at the local post office, has received notice to hold himself in readiness for. trans fer to flie relieving staff. " During his term of service- here, extending over a period of about two years; Mr. Cur rie lias carried out . his duties in a capable and obliging manner. Mr. P. Stern, who has been connec ted with the =Star Picture Company for some time, left for-Horsham on Friday last, having,.accepted a posi tion as operator in connection with-a picture company, in . that town. Dur-, ing his stay here/.Mr. 'Stern made himself very popular, and he leaver -with the .best wishes of many friends. 'Superintendent Morris,-who is re tiring from, the police force, paid his rfinal.offlciai, visit to ...
SPECIAL SHEEP SALE. 18,553 YARDED. 15,686 SOLD AVERAGING 11/. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 February 1914
| SPECIAL SHEEP SALE. 18,553 YARDED. 15,686 SOLD AVERAGING 11/. Messrs. T. H. Laidlaw and Co., act ing in conjunction with Messrs. Young Bros., conducted a highly successful special sale of sheep at the Hamilton corporation yards on Thursday last, 29th ult. The auctioneers advertised 12,000, but 18,553 sheep came to' hand, just filling the yards comfortably. In eluded in the offering, which "was the best seen there since the same firms' record sale of December 11th last | (when 28,576 sheep were penned),! were some magnificent lines of j crossbred wethers, ewes, and young I sheep, and the offering of crossbreda was much above the average. Me*! vinos were well represented by all; classes, but the yarding of these, as is only to be expected at this season of the year, included more lighter conditioned sheep than usual. A large and representative attendance gathered around the first pen offered, and besides a full muster of local gra-" ziers, there were buyers present from Melbourne, G...
WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 February 1914
WATER SUPPLY. The decision of the Water Commis* sion not to send the water down the channels until the first of June is not regarded as satisfactory by the majority of far mers, who pay.high .water rates, and i depend on the channel for a freshen* : tag. supply..,.It is usually during the | months from January to April or May I that a replenishing of the dams and j water supply is most required, as seed I ing operations are then in progress, and water generally is getting low, but usually by the 1'st of June rain has fal len, and when the water comes along it is more of a nuisance than a bles sing, as in most cases -it is not requir I ed, and the already filled dams are ! overflowed, and it has to run to waste in the paddocks. Oould the commis sion be prevailed upon to adopt the more - sensible method of sending down a supply, in. February or March, it would be a welcome boon to far mers, who would gladly pay the rates without a murmur, while the quantity said to be absorbed in soak...
AN EXPENSIVE RAM. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 February 1914
AN EXPENSIVE RAM. The disqualification of a merino i ram, -owned by Canowie Pastoral Co., at the Adelaide September Show, i 1912, and its removal after the own-j ers had sued the Royal Agricultural | , and Horticultural Society in the law 1 | courts, is a matter of history, but it, was recalled to memory* at a meeting1 j of the council of the society last week, j It was reported that solicitors' costs, | amounting to ,£448 7/3,-had been paid j by the society, and a further amount of £225 11/9, final costs as taxed and allowed ,by the court had since been paid. The total aggregated over £700. The item was passed without com* menu. . ■.
The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 February 1914
THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 3rd, 1914 Mention has been made in the open columns of the "Herald" recently crystallising the public opinion held by residents from 'Murtoa to Hopetoun I that the second addition of the Mel* ! bourne North-Western express should terminate Its journey at Hopetoun in stead of Dlmboola. as at present. At present, the Adelaide through ex press leaves Melbourne at 4.30 p.m. No passengers are allowed to travel on this first addition on the Melbourne side of Horsham. To meet the con venience of passengers intermediate between Melbourne and Dimboola, a second express leaves Spencer street at six minutes past five, 86 miuutes later, terminating its journey at Dint boola at about the same difference of time. Tt can readily be understood that in the second express the good bulk of the passengers alight at Bal* larat. From the Ballarat station on wards the passengers become l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 February 1914
Are So Pleasant To Take. ] " I'was inclined to be constipated, and was always compelled to take a laxative,•' writes Mr. Hugh McNaugh ton, Lubeck, Vic. "Chamberlain's Tablets were recommended to me, and a few doses: relived ine of : this (troublesome."complaint. J- think so highly of them that now I take an oc•/ ■casional dose, which helps to,keep mo in good health. Sold, by- Hutchinson j and Co,-and J. N. Woolcott, ' PHONE NO. 1». J. N. WOOLCOTT, Registered Dentist, Scott Street - - - Warracknabeal. Next Door to hie Well Known Pharmacy. May be Consulted Dally, Beulah, February 3rd; Hopetoun, February l'7th; Lascollea, February ISth. The. Sale of Sales. CRAIG'S GREAT Summer Sale STARTS NEXT SATURDAY. THE SALE OF SALES will be Craig and Cos.