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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914
Two Dopes Give Relief/ "I am subject to bowel troubles which cause pain and inconvenience/' writes Mr. Alfred Wane, 185 Auburn Road, Auburn, Vic., "but two doses of Chamberlain's -Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy Kive immediate relief. I am pleased to know there is such a safe and certain remedy as Chamberlain's Colic and '.Diarrhoea - Remedy-,- and al« ways keep a bottle handy." . -Sold by , Hutcl;1nBon and Co. and J, K. T^bol Cott. '
OBITUARY, MR. ROBERT TARRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914
OBITUARY, MR. ROBERT TARRANT. A painfully sudden death occurred i in Warracknabeal on Sunday last, j when Mr. Robert Tarrant, son of the : late Mr. Wm. Tarrant, passed away, j Deceased, who was employed by ! Messrs. -W. C. Thomas and Sons, sue ! Climbed to a sharp and severe? attack of pneumonia. He was at worl: ; at the mill up to Christmas Eve. On : Saturday his condition was critical, j but a decided improvement took place I under treatment and hopes of his re- i coyery were entertained. Unfor« | tunately the patient had a sudden col' | lapse, and" death, ensued after a brief j illness of two days. Deceased, who was 37 years of age, was widely known and popular throughout the district, and the news of his tragic end came as a great shock to the whole community. He leaves a wife and young family; Mrs. Tarrant • is a daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. T WV Dungey, and needless to say is quite prostrated by the sad occurrence. Mrs. Tarrant, serir., and the other relatives of the family are a...
LATE CABLES. "HERALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. (PER REUTER.) A BRUTAL MURDER. GIRL CUT TO PIECES. JURY DISAGREES. NEW YORK, 31st Dec. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914
! mCABlES. I "HERALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. | (PER RKUTER.) | A BRUTAL MURDER. | QIRL CUT TO PIECES. JURY DISAGREES."" """ NEW YORK, 31 »t Due. A conclusion was reached yesterday In tho leugthy trial of Rev. Hans Schmidt on the charge of having mur* tiered a young woman named Anna Anmaller, whose dismembered body was found in the River ^Hudson early In September last. Throughout the hearing Schmidt be haved like a maniac. , He quarelled j with his lawyers, talked to tho jury* ; meu insultingly, and gave evidence on his own behalf, declaring that God . had called him to commit the crime. The insanity commission which ex-, amined Schmidt refused to pronounce him-'insane. The jury disagreed. The jurors were discharged, and a new trial was ordered.
Late Melbourne. (By Wire,—Melbourne v (Thursday.) NEW YEAR HONORS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914
late Melbourne. (By Wire,—Melbourne v Thursday.) NEW YK'AR HONORS. The-following New Year honors' are ! announced A. B,- Stanley, Governor Designate of Victoria, K.C.M.or Professor Brookes Allen. Melbourne University, K.C.B. T. A. Cogliian, Agent-General New 'South Wales, K.C.B. Mr. Masses-, Prime Minister of Now Zealand is to be !'.C. Judge. •Mr. .Murray, Lieutenant-Governor of Papua, lias been created C1M.O.
COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914
COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. Wheat, A/\%. Flour, 13/6. Bran, 1/. Pollard, 1/0% Factory butter, 1/2. Dairy butter, 8d. Eggs, 7%d. to 8d. Melbourne Press Quotations:— Factory butter, 1/. Dairy butler, 9d. to 9%d. Eggs, to lOd.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914
AUCTIONS. fOTJNG BROS., Auotloneero, 8took and Station Agents, Land, Flnanos, and Uommlsslon Agents, HORSHAM, NHILIj, HAMILTON AND WARRACKNABKAL. Brauch Offices at Ararat, Murtoa, Mlnylp, Nhlll, Rupanyup, Dimboola, Casterton, Donald, Terang, Balmoral, and Goroke; also Wolaley, S,A. AGENTS FOR:— Dennys, Lascelles, Limited, Wool and Grain Brokers, Stock and Station Agents, Geelong and Melbourne. The Australian Mutual Provident Soolety. The National Fire Insurance Co. of New Zealand. The Ballarat Banking Co. Limited. Sti'f-ciVI i Tho Australasian Mutual Llvo Stock Insuraricb Soolety Limited. And business arrangements with all the leading firms of auctioneers In New South Wales and South Australia. ■ Auction sales of HorseB, Cattle, Sheep held at Horsham, Nhlll, Hamil ton, Murtoa, Mlnylp, Warracknabeal, Beulah, Hopetoun, Rupanyup, Donald, Dimboola, Kaniva, Natimuk, Goroke, Dunkeld, Casterton, Cavendish, Strath downie, Balmoral, Terang, and Lake Bolac. MONEY TO LEND AT LOWEST. RATE8. __ ...
The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2nd, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914
THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY- AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH - SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2nd, 1914. The year 1913 does not. stand out an remarkable in any special form of invention or discovery, but few, if any, of its predecessors perhaps, have been more potential as a force in human activity. The sciences have been more sedu* lously and industriously .studied and tested, stimulated by. the practical .issues and , problems which confront mankind. To apply the occult forces of nature in the direction of human betterment is .rightly becoming the keynote of scientific; energy. In elec. trieity, biology, chemistry, aviation, and sociology-this is abundantly de-. monstrated. Of all these realms of investigation the sociological'.problem is the most difficult, as well : as the most acute. That It is receiving more attention from the thinkers of- the earth is as it should be, because it.relates to the advancement, and, we hope, the bet* terment of the: cond...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914
PERSONAL. ■Sir. S. Owen, of Sheep Hills, who has been in a private hospital for some days suffering from an injury to his kneecap, lias been able to re turn home, although it will be some little time before he will have the full use of the.Je^ : Mr. Fred. Uhe. who left for Murtoa some little time back, returned for a day or two during the holidays, and advantage was taken by the Town Band to make him a presentation in recognition of good work in connec tion with the band, and as a token of good fellowship and-esteem. The pre mentation consisted of a handsome j smoker's outfit, which was much ap« I preciated by the recipient. j Miss -Moulden, who is leaving "War racknabeal to take up a course of kin dergarten work, was the recipient of a gift from the members of. her class at •Christ Church Sunday School as a tri bute of goodwill and esteem. Miss Gregory, who has been a tea* i cher at the Church of England Sunday j School for many years, and who has I been reluctantly compelled to re...
HOLIDAY SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 2 January 1914
.. HOLIDAY SEASON. The - holidays1 passed- off- in- War 3 racknabeal with customary quietude. , On Christmas Eve the town presented j an- animated appearance. A happy throng promenaded" Scott street, and ; -' ' tradespeople1 had a, busy time. A • good many country folk drove In to j spends the evening, and the town > was -seen in its most festive garb. , The , shops, looked magnificent with their-display.of toys,.'fancy, goods, and - Christmas, cheer of all kinds. For the i young folic the occasion. is always a I delightful .time, and, they were well :■ j provided .for. In. this instance. After . the shops closed a special train was ■run to. Murtoa, when a large crowd 1 : took their departure to .spend the lioli- : . days elsewhere,- while others came . with, a .late s train to yvvarracknabeal. .On Christmas-Eve, in . keeping with time-honored custom, carols, were ren- •? dered throughout'the .town. Christinas > Day was quietly observed, the usual ■ . .church,;services-.;being...
"WINDSOR MAGAZINE." [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
"WINDSOR MAGAZINE." The Christmas double number of the "Windsor Magazine", forms a re markable advance in magazine enter prise for either variety*and abundance of attractive features, and total value of important contributions. The flno art subjects Include fac simile colored plates faithfully repro ducing important pictures by Sir John E. Mflllas, P.R.A., B. iW. Leader, R.A., Sir John Gilbert, R.A., and Sir Law rence lAlma-Tadema, ;R.A., accom panying a survey of the pictorial trea sures of the Guildhall Art Gallery of the city of Loudon, which also in cludes a number of admirable repro ductions in black and white. In ligh ter vein will be, fuond some very en tertaining humorous cartoons in .col ors. In all there are 110 fewer than 15 colored plates Included in the number. Many famous novelists contribute their latest stories to the fiction pro gramme of "this remarkajble Issue, arid other writers of note are responsible for important features, among, them ■Sir 'H. ■ Rider Haggard,...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
CRICKET. Tlie - teams to represent the Bohe mians . against, .the Arcadians. to-mor-: row -will be picked froni the following:.. —-Dr. Tregear, Kelsall, Marchant, Wil kinson, Lemon, Dally, .Ramage, Dar ling, Bruhn, .Slieehy, Davis, Walpole, and Quint. The team to represent the: A team against the B team to-mororw will l)e selected from the following, who are requested to tie on the ground before 2.15 to elect a captain :—(Bell, Craig, Cavanagli, Donohue, Hart, Lane (2), Winsall, -MoColl, Mitchell, Wyatt (2), Prentice, Willlaims, and Thornton.
HOPETOUN SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
HOPETOUN SPORTS. The Hopetoim Athletic Club's an nual sports and horse racing, held on New Year's Day, were very success ful. There was a large crowd and good racing, £25 being taken at tho gates. ' Results :—.Horse racing— Hopetouu Handicap, one mile—J. Ann strong's Netlierby, 10.2, 1; «T. Fisher's Hopevale, 11.5, 2; J .Griffin's Posido nius, 9.12, 3. Flying Handicap, six •furlongs—J. /Fisher's Yaapeet., 11.3, 1; ! B. Mahon's Yellangip, 10.6, 2; Grif fin's Posidonius, 9.1'2, 3. Open Handi cap Race, six furlongs—T. (Sleep's Ivy May, 1; T. Smith's Correction, .2; Grayling's Miss Coppock, 3. Pony Race, five furlongs—J. Griffin's Swift, 9.5, 1; A. O'Louglilin's Silver Bullet, 9.5, 2; T. McMahon's Miss McNeil, 9.1-2, 3. Maiden Hace Race, five furlongs— | J. Denehy's Fleet Annie, 1, F. Gray-1 ling's Miss Coppock, 2; H. Irwin's Miss Blackmore, 3. Forced Handicap, six furlongs—T. -M'Mahon's Yellangip, 10.10, 1; R. Bunworth's Canton, 9.0, 2; J. Griffin's Swift, 9.0, 3. Fire Brl I gade Event...
MURTOA SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
MURTOA SPORTS. The thirty-fifth annual gathering | was the most successful yet held,) the attendance being a record. Nearly i .£40 was taken at the gates. Results; ! —Novice Handicap, 100 yds.—J. D. Da. j i vidson (8 yds.)* 1; F. Cox (7%yds.), 2; E. Wyatt (9 yds.), 3. Time, 10 1-5 , sec. Murtoa Grand Handicap, 130 ] i yds.—J. Butcher, Northcote (14% ], ! yds.), 1; A. Maybury, Richmand (12 i : yds.), 2; H. Burton, Murtoa (14%yds.), 3. Time, 12 2-5secs. Splendid -finish. ; Ladies' Bracelet, 220yds—J. D. David-1 son, Deep Lead ('22yds.), 1; A. May.! bury (18 yds.), 2; H. Burton (21yds)„ j 3. Time, 22 2-5 sees. New Year's Gift, 440 yds.—®. W. Jenkins, Natl muk (30yds.), 1; A. Maybury (25yds.), I 2; F. Cox (30yds.), 3. Time, Slsecs. j /Married Men's Race, 100yds.—P. Fee- | han, 1; R. Northey, 2; L. Hutchinson, j 3. Pipers' contest—iW. Boyd, Minyip, 1; W. Cowan, 2. Highland .Fling Miss Lizzie Swindells, 1; Miss Stella •Schulze, 2; iMiss Vera Murphy, 3. 'Sailor's Hornpipe—Miss Vera Mur. •p...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
PERSONAL. > Mr, D. McCombe, of the Commer cial Hotel, left for Casterton on Fri day night by motor car, .word having been- received that his mother was dangerously ill. • An operation was performed, and >Mrs. 'McCombe's con dition has since improved. Mr. Wfliiam Bnrge, who for the past three years has been, senior telegraph operator•at-'the Warracknabeal post office, has received .notice of his trans fer to Casterton. During his stay here • Mr.--Burg© has .proved himself an ex : emplarv- officer,, being -most, capable, painstaking, and obliging. - Apart, from,- his -official duties, he made him self.very ^popular, and his departure will be; regretted .by - many, friends. ,,Mr. JBurge-will be succeeded in War .racknabeal. by . fMr. C. E. Moore, of. Casterton, who is expected to arrive here at .the end of the week. Rev.. G. H. 'Cole, of, tlie Central -Methodist, Mission, occupied the ,pul-: pit at- the Warracknabeal Methodist •Church on Sunday evening. In his •discourse .the rev...
SPORTING NEWS. BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
SPORTING HEWS. BOWLING. For all -matches 'Messrs. D. and G. Tarrant anil Dungey have given thefr opponents a walkover. Jn the Open Handicap 'Sutcliffe (0) beat Letch (15), 31—28. A. Braund «5)rbeat G. Gunn (15), 31—30, G. Miller (G) beat Mottram (15), 31—23. T. Alday' (15) beat I,awson (8), 31—29. Wyatt (11) beat Smith (8), 31—30. Field' (4.behind) beat AV. T. Dally (13), 35—11, and a few players have had a walkover. Members are notified that this round must be completed by Wed nesday next, 7th inst. and any matches not played will mean the crossing out of players from the com petition. -Members must arrange with their opponents, and If one will not or does not intend to play, then the other must claim the walkover and cross out the opponent's name. . This matter must ibe attended to by the players themselves if they wish to keep in the competition.
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
— * • - - 1 OBITUARY. | "•Mr. Thomas Griffiths, a well known,' and respected resident of Warrackna- ,• beal, died In 'Melbourne on Saturday.! About four months* ago Mr. Griffiths had a paralytic seizure, from which t • he ' only partially' Recovered. Six •weeks ago he went to Melbourne for change and treatment, and while there passed away- Deceased was a very "U1Q—culunlst;- Im-r-mfe--landp.d. at Port Fairy in 1856, when he was nine, years old. For many years he was, manager of the Gas "Works at Port! Fairy. During his residence there j he invented a windmill, and entered into this line of ^business. Between! : nine and ten years ago he came to Warracknabeal, and has been in j business here ever since. Mr. Griffiths j was a man of excellent character,! and was conscientious and straight- j -forward in all his dealings. He « leaves a wife and family of nine. Two i of the sons, iMr. E. J. Griffiths, and j ■ 'Mr. Geo. Griffiths, are residents of Warracknabeal, and are well known and re...
BRIGADE AT HOPETOUN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
BRIGADE AT HOPHTOTJN. After a run of "also started" events, tlie local fire brigade achieved a meri« torious win at Hopetoun on New Year's Day. They were successful in winning the principal run of'the day,* viz., the sixes, and it is all the more gratifying 'when the circumstances are taken into consideration. There were three heats, and the winners.of the heats had to run against time; After two heats had been run and won by Hopetoun No. 1 and No. 2, there was a delay of half an hour for a horse race, when "VVarracknabeal and Beulah met. Warrack. won this heat, and then the final was run without a break by the three teams left in. The advantages were all with the first two , heat winners, but notwithstanding this and an accident to one of their team, our local brigade put up the very cre ditable time of 30 2-5secs. The team was as follows -Hydrant, E. V. Ellis: first coupling, P. -Elttis; second coup ling, A. Winsall; first and second branch, G. Hayes*; "pole and help back, W. Parr...
Mr. McRae's Candidature. MEETING OF SUPPORTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
Mr. EftcRae's Candidature, j MEETING OF SUPPORTERS. A meeting of the supporters of -Mr. F\ McRae, "who fs contesting-, the. Bor ung seat in opposition to the re-elec tion of Mr. V>". Hutchinson, Minister of Water Supply and ..-Agriculture, was held at Mc.Combe's .Hall 011 Saturday afternoon. . .There was a large. atten dance, the hall .being well tilled. After . Mr. McRae. had .given his,consent to .contest,the seat, organising work.was vigorously; entered upon, .and-his sup porters mustered ill strong force for the. initial meeting. ! . Mr. J. Bunge,; who wass voted to, the chair, madejsomo .opening remarks in which he said Mr. McRao w.ia de finitely in the -Held atalnst Mr. Hut ch inson.' A deputation .had approach ed him,. and- Mr. McRae -had given litb consent to stand. A. tomporarj meetingiiwas then held,; with a view of organising the.. ,campaign, and - it was adjourned 'till that aftornoon in. order ; to acquaint- outsiders of > the result, and with a view of ; forming ...
BOYS WELCOMED. "BEST KIND OF SETTLERS." [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
I BOYS WELCOMED. "BEST KIND OF SETTLERS." "It's good policy to catch them young and train them," Raid Mr. F. Hogel thorn, Mnister for. Immigration, in expressing approval on Friday of the action of the New South Wales and Victorian Amalgamated Immigration Office, in London, in advertising for •suitable boys for farms in the two 'States. About 2500 boys had been brought out to this State during the last few years, Mr. Hagelthorn said, and all ■but a small percentage had turned out well. Between 90 and 95 per cent, had gone to tho country, and obtained work on farms. Tho rates promised by the Amalga mated London Immigration Office— I from 1.0/ to 15/ a week and keep were easily obtainable by lads in Vic toria. There were 300 applications at 'the Immigration Bureau, in Flin ders street now for boys and youths, and there were very few lads avail able. Hundreds of letters were filed at the bureau for farmers, speaking in favorable terms of boys brought from Great Britain and sent by the ...