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DREADFUL TRAIN ACCIDENT. GIRL'S ARM TORN OFF. FLUNG INTO NEXT COMPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

DREADFUL TRAIN ACCIDENT. GIRL'S ARM TORN OFF. M.UNO INTO NEXT COMPART MENT. A shocking accident occurred on the 8.15 p.m. up train from Brighton on Saturday, mid resulted in the death of a little girl named. Alice Morris, ased 10 years and 9 months. When the train was'-between Richmond and Flinders street the little girl had lier head out of 'the window, and -was wav ing her arm. Suddenly another train inshed past, and unfortunately one of its doors was swinging -wide open. This struck the forearm of the child, smashing it off about the'elbow, and hurling it through the window into -the next compartment. The amputated arm struck in tlia face another girl, Dyllis Sallows, wlio received a bad shock, and became hys terical.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NYPO RAILWAY EXTENSION DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

NYPO RAILWAY EXTENSION DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER. consisting of represen-1 jfi^Albacutya-Nypo Railway fyx&ie»amti"tjfe; feimboola and Karka •fooc .'Shire Couriers waited 011 the '."VHnister of''Ra^Iwate last week in re ference to the ex^jKion of the r&ihvay ntnp;.' from ;.Tu)rkje^**Bottom to Nypo. ^K^^4tiMT'%va9 introduced by Mr. John^Gray, :M.£*A.". The several spea kera%pgdtited out tlvait ihe line already a/fcjibrised should not stop at Turkey 'Bp^bom! but should extend six miles tfu^tjier north. This additional ex'ten sionV'i't" was held, woul'd be of great convenience to settlers, and as the dis trict -was expanding under cultivation, it would 'prove a -payable line. One of 'the chief difficulties that bese't set tlers was provided by the sand reaches, which greatly hampered ve hicular transit. The Minister (Mr. D. Mackinnon) promised ito consider the matter when dealing with railway ex tension.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CEMETERY TRUST. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

CEMETERY TRUST. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Warrack ' nabeal Cemetery Trust was held on the 2nd inst., when there were present —Messrs. Reed (chairman), Hayes, •Candy, Twyford, McLean, Mepstead, and the secretary (J. Gough). . The financial statement showed that the year was commenced with a bal ance in hand of £53 6/5. Receipts during the past 12 months totalled £71 0/2, the principal items being sale of : land £41 10/, and fees for grave sink ing £23 10/. The expenditure incl^ ded £52 0/9 on account of improjfei ments. painting £7, and £8 15/ for de nominational tablets. The secretary £ salary was £14 10/, and payment made to sexton on account of grave sinking, etc., totalled £27 18/3. As | sets totalled £78 10/6. The amount i outstanding for land fees was £42, and for grave sinking £28. Liabilities consisted of £27 19/6 due to sexton for works and grave sinking fees, and £& 19/6 due to the secretary. The balance at the end of the year was £46 11/6. " In his ...

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FAMILY MURDERED. FATHER COMMITS SUICIDE. BERLIN, Feby. 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

family murdered. father"COMMITS suicide. BERLIN, Febv. 7th. A milkman ill Upper Hesse sljsw hla wife witli .111 axe, out the throuts of Ills four children, and then committed suicide on the railway line. He left a message explaining that on account of liis unhappy marriage he desired to remove Ms family from the world.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

Are So Pleasant To Take. ; _ •• I was Inclined to bo constipated, and was 'always compelled : to take a laxative," writes Mr. Hutjli McNaufch ton, Lubeclf, Vic. •'Cliamberlaliva [ 'Cablets were.- recommended to me, aridm few doses'vellved me.;-of this -troublesome-.cpmplaiut. J. think so hlgMy:ot them that now I take an oc casional dose, which helps to keep me Jn-gobfl hoalth. Sold by HiiteMuson j sua Co. and J. tf. Woolcott.

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FLOOD OF ALCOHOLISM. PARIS, Feby. 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

FLOOD OP ALCOHOLISM. PARIS, Feby. 7th. A militant organisation lias been founded in France, Including eveiT shade of politics and religion, to direct attention to the rising flood of alco holism. - -

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HARRY LAUDER. PLANS FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

HUtUY LAURERi PLANS FOR AUSTRALIA. All arrangements have been, mads for the forthcomlng.tour of the famous Scotch comedian. Mr. Harry Lauder, lho tour will open in Melbourne on Raster:Saturday,. 11th April,iat "-the; Prinfjesste Theatre; and will be of four; weeks' duration.- . Following the Mel bourne season, Mr. Lauder will appear In Adelaide for one„ week,, and win open a four weeks' season to. the Pal ace-Theatre, Sydney,, at the end of ■iVIay.'ifollowiiiK which the famous co median i will pay a flying visit -to Queensland; and t'heuce to New Zea land. The . tour will jlie ot 25 weeks' dura tion,- and. some.Jdea.of "the great, ex pense incurred =l>y' the visit will b»' :.-vned. -from:.the tact'that", for-.v- Jtr.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERAL POLITICS. THE NEW SESSION. OPENS ON 15th APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

FEDERAL POLITICS. THE NEW SESSION. OPENS .ON 35th APRIL. The Prime Minister announced on j Thursday that it had been decided to J begin the Federal session on 15th ] April, immediately after the Easier) holidays. | iMr. Cook was not inclined to bo communicative as to the business it \ is -proposed to transact, but he left no doubt about the fact that the two .measures which the Senate practically set aside—the prohibition of prefer ence to unionists, and the (restoration of postal voting—will occupy a very prominent 'position in the programme for the session. When asked if the session would terminate when those two matters had "been dealt with, the said, ''We will see ■what, we will see. I shall be very glad to submit a long programme of very useful measures, and put them through —if we are given a chance," he added, significantly. All I can say now is that Parliament will have an early op portunity of dealing with the two ireasures, which we regarded as of peculiar importance last ...

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CLERGYMAN'S CRIME. YOUNG WOMAN CUT TO PIECES. NEW YORK, 6th February. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

CLERGYMAN'S CRIME. •YOUNG WOMAN CUT TO PIECES. '■ ■NlflW YORK,' Gtli February. The trial was concluded yesterday of Rev. Hans -'Schmidt ou the charge- of1 Haying murdered a-young-womaii nam ,ed Anna Aumaller, whose dismember ' ed fhody was found in the-Hudson Ri' . ve^r early in* September last. Accused, who had confessed the crime, was ifound guilty, but sentence was defer red.: ' ' Accused admitted that the verdict was just,"'and expressed: his wish to' die. : ' - : . .;

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STATE PARLIAMENT. A LRNGTHY SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

STATE PARLIAMENT. A LRNGTHY SITTING. Tho sitting of the Legislative As sembly came to an end on Friday mor ning, after having lasted 37 hours. When the House rose the railway and land estimates had still to rbnj eon. sidorcd. Parliament will meet again I to-day. Ministers state that they are determined to finish tho session this week.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

To Do Others Good. "I liavo been living In S.W. Queens land for 13 years," writes Mr. H. TIndale, Editor of the Cuimamulla "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 guickly relieve Bie. I can recom mend it to anyone suffering froin that complaint . "Xou may use this letter as you see fit", for it is written to do I others good." Sola by. Hutchinson and Co. and J N WobldoR.

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ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA PICTURES. The constant endeavor of the man agement at the Melba Theatre Is to combine quality and length of pro gramme with the comfort of patrons, and the success achieved is readily conceded by patrons. ' In the .pro gramme on Saturday night, embracing i many interesting features, the star I production was "A Message to Head quarters." It was a storysof the Ma fia. Some pretty scenery was reveal ed, and the drama was characterised "by some exciting situations and was most realistic. At one stage a detec tive was strung up by his :heels to the rafters, with his hands tied. By ex traordinary eirort he managed to free his hand?, and swinging himself to the wall, caught the moutli of a tele-1 iphone, and sent a message to head quarters. "No Place for Father" was a .remarkably good drama, being illus trative of paternal affection for- a way ward son. "The -Moulding," as the ptitle implies, had relation to the forma tionof character, as developed in tlie country gir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

S A L E OF igh-class Drapery COMMENCES ON Saturday, January 24th. GASH DISCOUNT OF 4s in the £ Will be given on all lines purchased for Cash during tlie Clearance OUR SALES we been noted for the Absoluts Genuineness of the BARGAINS given, .e intend to make this the Record Selling Time IN THE HISTORY 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, HAf8, ETC., AT 4s in the £ DISCOUNT MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING Very Low Prices prevail in ourCloth ing and Mercery fiapartment8. AH Lines ftave been dealt with, and now oiler an opportunity to save which has not bofore been presented to the District. The Goods are of Picked Styles, and the Qualityvthe Best..— Shop at JAMES* and save ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

TlfE ^ . Pioneer . „v • JoiamaS . . ESTABLISHED 1BBt

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CABLE NEWS. "HERALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. (PER REUTER.) RADIUM-FAILS. NEW YORK, Feby. 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

CABLE NEWS. "HERALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. (PER REUTER.) RADIUM-FAILS. NEW YORK, Feby. 7tl>. Mr. .Robert Brenmer, the Now Jer sey .Congressman, wiho had 11 tubes of radium embedded In his left shoul der in tlio hope of curing' a cancer ous growth, is dead.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

G. R. Mackenzie's ' Summer——Sale IS NOW ON. This Week's Special Attractions. SO-Incli Scoured Twill Sheeting, marked 2/3, to go at 1/S. A Wonderful Line. A Large Assortment of Napery. Consisting of Tray Cloths, Table Cen» tres, Duchesse Sets, D'Oyleys, Cushion Covers, etc., at 20 per cent, off Mark ed Prices. One Extra Special Line of Large White Supper Cloths, marked 2/6; to go at 1/6. A Number of Slightly Soiled Lace Curtains at 20 per cent Discount White Honeycomb Towels at 1/9, 3/6. and 4/11 per dozen. • Men's and Youth's Stratr Spieler 'Hats, at lOd. These goods are marked 1/6. Boys' Sailors at 8d. each. REMEMBER ! All Goods are marked in Plain Figures AT C- R- Mackenzie's Summer PHONE NO. 16 J. N. WOOLCOTT, Registered Dentist, Scott Street - - - Warracknabeal. j Next Door to his Well Known Pharmacy. May be Cou suited Dally. : Hopotoun, Tuesday, February 7th : IKuilah, Tuesday, February 24th; Las* .celles, Wednesday, February 25th. V I j J- T<fffprd, I Builder aritiM...

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WARRACKNABEAL TURF CLUB WEIGHTS. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, 18th and 19th FEBRUARY. HURDLE RACE, 2 miles and a distance. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

WARRACKNABEAL TURF CLUB WEIGHTS. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, 18th and 19th FEBRUARY. HURDLE RACE, 2 miles and a distance. -Neil Geddes 11—4 Cranley Chuee 11—0 iSt Cloud " 10—4 Timid Bill ' .. .. 9—13 Ballapur 9—10 Netherby 9—7 •Ivy May 9—0 Misprise .. 9—0 Duke .. .... .. 9—0 WARRACKNABBAL CUP, 1% miles. Last Sheaf .. .. ... 9—0 ' Ruapare .. .. ., ' .. 8—10 Wyreema ..' .. .. \. 8—7 Golden Priucess .. .. 8—1 Florrie Park .. .. 7—12 Hopevale ..... ;. 7—10 Bine iHill 7 6 Miss Merriang .75 • M.T.L. .. .... .. 7—3 Modest Maid .. .. 7.0 Una Gray 7—0 Yartla .. 6—12 Ecuador .. .... 6—11 Doctor Jack . .... .. 6—10 Netherby .... .. 6—7 •BRACELET STAKES, 7 furlongs. Last Sheaf ... .. .. 9—3 Valwick .. .... 9—1. Moon Motih 9—1 Ruapare .. S—13 Lady Warrack . .. S—9 Hopevale .. .. .. 8—7 Golden Princess .. .. 8—3 Theatre .. .; .. 8—0 Kidman .... .. .. 7—10 M.T.L. • ... .. 7—6 Modest Maid ... .! 7—3 Bobbie Dear .. ... .. 7—3 tJna Gray ....... 7—3 Doctor .Tack. • .. .. .-'.7—0 Fiery Bob .. .... 6—13. ^f...

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WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

WOOL SALES; iMessrs. Dennys, Lascelles/Ltd.^ Gee long:, report having sold during -the season' 45,349 bales, against 40,920 bales at a similar period last year, an inorease of 4429 baifcs; The average pei* bale for the whole season, exclud ing laat.;'week's sale-.Ciho .figures not being' complete) works out.at^'4313 11/1, against £13 10/9 last season, ,

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WATERLESS LAKELETS. PLIGHT OF THE PERCH. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

WATERLESS LAKELETS. PLIGHT OF THE PERCH. The various bodies of water collec ted in natural depressions throughout portions or the Donald district (writes the "Mail") -provide attractive spots m the landscape. The immense body ■of water known as liuloke, at times 15 feet in depth, though, well entitled ■to be classed as a lake, .can hardly be regarded as permanent, inasnuich as we are told that a few year3 ago one could walk across its area wi thout soiling a pair of boots. ■ But outside of Buloke there are a number of pleas ant lakelets, the "lake district" par excellence being Cope Cope and Avon 'Plains. Regret is expressed toy many ■that the whole of these bodies of .•wa ter-are'at present showing unmistak able signs of drying up. The cvapora t'un of- the water is so rapid that, evon in the case of Lake Dnioko it''is caus ing some alarm, ,wlii!«' in:. I lie ..smaller lakes mentioned matters, have reach ed an acute stage. In some of these 'the water" la onlv» about lfiin. 'in depth...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WATCHEM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

WATCHEM RACES. .The SVft'tohem Races were held oil Wednesday last, the weather beins extremely hot. t There was a lair at tendance. The scratcliings were nu merous, and fields consequently too. derate. Results -were :— Hurdles—Plying Doe 1, Timid Bill 2, Woomelang 3. J.G;D. and iCresollne also .started. Evens 'winner. Trial—Last Dream 1, Master Junot 2, Camrest 3. 6 to 1 winner, evens Master Junot. Six starters.. * Railway Handicap, 6 furlongs—Chu pote 1, Donola 2, Valtzvera 3. Six starters. Evens Donola, 3 to 1 winner. Watchem Handicap—Drex 1, Pine Hill 2, Duke 3. Florrie Park, John Donald, XyiUa. and My Donald also started. Betting—6 to 4 on Drex. ■Pony Race—Jewell 1, Black Park 2, ! Lady Slugger 3. 3 to 1 on winner. Hack Race—M.A.W. 1, M.L.S. 2, VI gical 3. Five starters, 2 to 1 win ner. , .Flying Handicap—Valwick 1, Duke 2. Only starters.

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