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FINAL ACCEPPTANCES FUTURITY STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914
FINAL ACCBPPTANCES FUTURITY STAKES. All Anfitord, AndeloBla, Satire oolt, Betsy ,Prlg coB,, Avonwort, Audacity, Rathlea, Royal Laddie, Sea Piilnce, Broadaword," Defence, Valido, Popiu jay! Cider,- Captain ' White, Royal Scolch, liraw Queen, Jolly Beggar, Tadanga, Brattle, and Carnell. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914
' • Simply Wonderful "My little gfrl Zelda suffered .so con' tluuously with crolip that I began to think she'would, never got better, writes. Mrs. Gaunalett,, 169. Adelaide Road- Newtown.- N.Z., "Seeing Cham berlain's Cough Remedy advertised I thought I would try It, and oould^sea a "change in lie* straight away. It ia simply wonderful how quioWy Cham . borlaln's Cough Remedy relieved the I ahflU-P field by Hutfchtntsttl infl Co. a&d J. W. VoWWrtt. . A Huge Drapery Sale in Warracknabeal at less than Auction Prices. The Adelaide Bargain Company jjygg We@klV SaleS .T&DAY. Beg- to announce ;the First of their O J - - WE HAVE JPUKCHASED for prompt Cash the STOCK.GEO. C ... low rates. in Adelaide. lUNN, Draper, at a IlUGE DISCOUNT and have also opened up big City purchases bought for prompt Cash at THESE LOW PRICES COME TO YOU TO-DAY. Big lot good quality SATEENS iid yard, worth 7\d, Hundreds of yards of LACE id yard. Rich TRIMMINGS 4s 6d for is 8§d ; 3s xid for is fid ; ...
REMARKABLE DIVORCE CASE. WOMAN CRUELLY TREATED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914
REMARKABLE DIVORCE CASE. WOMAN CRUELLY TREATED. Mary Hossack, 39 years, nurse, was granted a divorce from William Hoa sock on the ground of desertion. Pe titioner stated that prior to being pro perly married, respondent had her go through the marriage ceremony with him at a house in East Melbourne, but afterwards- she found out she had been tricked, as.-the minister was not genuine. He liad obtained £20 from her after a* child was born. She suc ceeded in getting him to marry her, but he treated her cruelly, and even tually cleared out.
THE HARVEST SEASON. YIELDS AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914
1 THE HARVEST SEASON. YIELDS AND COMMENTS. - At the Hopetoun station 53,000 bags of„ wj]eat have been deJivered this season. The rush has now passed. The yield of wheat in the Netherby district this year, though the gTain was 'pinched-in many instances, has exceeded all • expectations. With the' advent of the railway line the wheat production of the Netherby and Baker districts must be enormously increas ed. At Hopetoun West (writes -a. cor respondents the yield ihas been unsat isfactory to many farmers. Some of the later varieties of wheat were slightly pinched. A fair percentage of the wheat stripped was disposed of for seed purposes. All of this was a good sample, and -as good as what has been obtained other years. 'Smut was visible in one or two crops, but on the whole the wheat was remark ably free from this pest. "Red rust was present in many fields, and caus ed some great damage to several crops. The best yielding varieties of wheat wer^ Bart's, Federation, and Yandilla Krng....
NEWS OF THE DAY. THE LAMB TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914
NEWS OF THE DAY. THE IvAMB TRA'DE. The total number of lambs carried by rail in South Australia (luring the present season up to January 10 was 80,930, compared with 117,010 for the corresponding period last season—a decrease of 36,080. HIGH SCHOOL POPULAR. The Stawell High School recom menced work under most favorable indications tor the future, there (being 116 on the roll, an increase of about 20 on last year's figures. NUGGET FOUND AT QUOITS. During the progress of the Dunolly Charity Carnival a nugget of gold was picked out of a hole for quoits. A rush followed, and the ground, which is virgin, was pegged out in all direc tions. SAT/E OP BIBLES. ■During the past year 46,860 Bibles were circulated by the Victorian Bible Society. This represents an Increase of 10,782. QUESTION OF THE HOUR. Harry Hawker, aviator, Is (writes . "Attictis" in the "Leader") subjected ■ to clamorous applications £rom scores - of people who want to go up. "Have you been up with Hawker?" Is the question ...
HEAT RECORDS BROKEN. BLACK THURSDAY RECALLED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914
HEAT RECORDS BROKIH. BLACK THURSDAY RECALLED. By an unpleasant coincidence I'ri day was the anniversary of B'ock Thursday, that memorable day ol Fe bruary, 1851, when, at noon, the shade temperature in ■•Melbourne reached 110 degrees., and at 4 p.m. 1iad moun ted to 113 degrees, and bush ftrer ravaged tin country. .Reports from various parts ol State show that the -heat records ser-s broken in many places. W reported 10S, Jeparit 112, W • /•>,. Stawell 108, Swan Hill 11" 107, Woomeiang 109, nr.-i 111. In Adelaide the vfi.uim-' .vas 1a„. grees. • ■. At iMtoylp on -SWay a se vere dust siw !M im;k plan* f,,,- se. veral minutes the tow- v/;ls practi cally ill .iarkiicsp. T.c train wliich arrh i-- a! 3 o'elocl'Wa« willed jlip a lev.- miles for several miumos.. :v;n>; to !l(« huge, dense ■Uiisi of dust. A grass fire broke during -the i toi-jn, but fortunately • stopped ftciore any damage had ■■ ' . me. - ■ Hripg was holding Its annual -..Ming,.' when a tremendous !'.torm struck itii...
GIRL KILLED BY LIGHTNING. TRAGIC OCCURRENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914
GIRL KILLED BY LIGHTNING. TRAGIC OCCURRENCE. A storm which passed over the Geelong district on Friday afternoon .was particularly severe hi the neigh borhood of G'heringha'p. Two little girls, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Tlios. Loclcie, when returning from school in an open paddock experienc "ed 'the full force of the storm. One ■was killed instantly, and the other received a severe shock. The chil dren—'May,' aged 0, and Nellie, aged 7—attend vthe school at Banonckbiim daily "by train. They had 'proceeded from the station on -their way home ajbout 300 yards into the paddock, when May, who' was wearing a chain w.itHi a metal medallion attached, was struck by rthe 'lightning, which scarred the right shoulder, travelled over the right'breast, down the riglit leg,.awl out from'the toes; the clothing was burnt, and the shoes, to which were attached metal buckles, where split as if-by a sharp knife. The younger girl received the fforce of the shock on the ■left thigh," which was bruised sl...
STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914
STAR PICTURES. | The popularity of the Star pictures was again evidenced by the 'large audi I ence that attended the entertainment. ! on Saturday evening, when *in excep tionally good (programme was highly appreciated by patrons, outbursts of applause giving expression to the feel ings of spectators as the vivid and realistic films were unfolded. A story of a dissipated patriot, who gave lvis liCe for his. Emporer, was entitled, "Ills Life for his Emperor," and depic ted some very thrilling and stirring scenes. The patriot was discharged "ii account of his drunken habits, and wandered Into an hotel, where he fell asleep. He was awakened by the voices of some assassins, and over heard a plot to take his beloved Em peror's life. A letter was to be sent j to the Emperor, asking him to go to a certain place, where the attempt was to be made. The patriot immedi ately warned Napoleon, and asked to be allowed to take his iplace, This was agreed to, and having dressed himself as Napoleon, h...
LATEST SCRATCHINGS. (By Wire.—Melbourne Monday.) [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914
LATEST 8CRATCHING8. , (By Wire.—Melbourne Monday.) Newmarket Handicap—Penza, white Plume, High-Brow, Pitsburgh, Field General,; All Red, Polldook, Tramon, Tantea, Coradil,; Cubrosa, Noble, and Ronnio. ' : Australian Cup—Penza, Hieraitua, and BuHawarra. All Fleniing'ton" engagements—Ath onie. ' '• ».
CRICKET. FRANKLIN PENNANT COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914
CRICKET. V b liANKUN PENNANT COWPETI TK>N . Tlw.-opontas match. .oi the second round was ipiay&d ah Saturday, Vhw> .1 Lull visited Bangerang, and scored -,i win.by 17 runs. "Tlio home team were first at Hie wickets, and put togotlinv 70. IX Uo'ssiter 29, A. Eimubtt. 12, H. Vaughnn £1. aiid C. ltossltor S worn tlto highest scorers, and played good cricket. .Sundries accounted for i» Klve. bntamen tailed Co score. Noskc, who was, in good form with LlK]' ball, got 7 wickets for 10, H. Hould 2 for 1(i, and Summers .1. Cor 1, "UiU inmio 1K(. S. Dawc S3, A. Noske '12, and It. Williamson 12 were the double figure scorers. It. Blackwood 1 for 22, Hossiter 5 for 19, E. T.cague 2 for 14, and A. McLean 2 for 7 divided the wic kets. The .Holding of (he home team was poor, sevofal catches being drop ped, and tho.v proved t" be costly mis takes. At the conclusion of tho match afternoon ten was served, and was niucli appreciated. JJr. ". Goiiiit very suitably returned thrmlts on .be ...
DISASTROUS BUSH FIRES. GREAT LOSS OF PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914
DISASTROUS BUSH FIRES. GREAT LOSS OF PROPERTY. ' During the severe heat on .Friday ■ disastrous flres occurred in various 1 parts of the Baliarat district. fAt St. J Enoch's, in 'the Sldpton district, the i Are-caused gi-eat damage on the Mount • Emu station. The homestead?-a fine 3 two'storey granite building, o^tjed by • Mr. W. 11. Wilson,-was converted into l a heap ol -ruins, and only the nianair •er's house was. saved. Outbuildings, B hay stacks, arid fencing were all con. " wmied. Mr. Mark HanuaJi, ■auctioneer ait Beaufort, when assisting to check. the 11fir«, was aeflouely. injured. . . ft In the Llnton d'atrict Area did . con i- UldWdtilfl -4&tM6e,, a,nttffiww tX fax »8rt tt®»8 ttoat &lt;fat
BRIM. SEASON'S WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914
BRIM. (From our Correspondent.) SEASON'S WHEAT. "Wheat carting is now about comple ted. The quantity stacked at the local station being approximately 70,000 bags, while..fully 10,000 has been trucked, which shows an increase -on j preceding years. In earlier days, be fore the Ellam railway was comple ted, and Wflllenabrina carted to Brim, as many as 113,000 large bags . were carted to the local station. 'STUDENT'S ADVANCEMENT. Miss Dorothy King, who was suc cessful in passing the junioripublic examination, is at present a paid moni tress in the local State school, ..pend ing her appointment as junior teacher?" RAILWAY IMPROVEMENTS. The improvements ito the railway station—extending the goods.platform and removing the crane—were com pleted in ti-ne to be of service during the busy season. General saisfaction fs expressed at the suitability of the altered 'position of 'the crane. TENNIS COMPETITIONS. The tennis competitions, which wero fn abeyance for some ;weeks owing to the harvest,...
COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914
COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. Wheat, 3/2%. Flour, 13/6. Bran, 1/. Pollard, 1/0% Factory butter, 1/2. ' j Dairy butter, Id. and 8d. j Eggs, Sd. | Melbourne Press Quotations:— i Factory .butter, ll^d. . j Dairy butter, 8%d. to 9^d. j Eggs. lOd. I ! (By -Wire—Melbourne Monday.) j Wheat, firm, S/7V4; current deli- j very alongside; oats, steady; milling, j 1/10; feed, 1/9. ;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914
PROFESSIONAL. MISS C. M. GUEST, TEACHER PIANOFORTE^ Certificates anil Honors Jlelb. Univ., I S prepared to receive pupils at the residence ht.teVv occupied by Miss Robertson, Beulab, on and after 2nd FEBRUARY. Mr H. W- Oakley, BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR, WARRACKNABEAL, And at HOPETOUN and BEULAH A Commissioner of the High Court, the Supreme Court of the States, for taking affidavits. ; Trust money to lend from 4 per I c*at. . . g Miss E. M. Brophy, Mus. Dip. Univ. of Melb. And Ormond Exhibitions. PIANOFORTE, Violin, Theory, Harmony,. Counterpoint, etc. Tuition commences on MONDAY. 26th JANUARY, at Warracknabeal, Beulah, and Minyip. Term begins with flrat Iej«on. C/o Mrs, Westgarth, "Massawyspi," Jamouneau street. Mechanics' Inatifcute, Beulab. —"YOOTHA» REGISTERED PRIVATE HOSPITAL, WARRACKNABEAL. P RINCIPAL—Sister Munro, Certi ficated Medical, Surgical, and Gynecological Nurse. Member R.V.T.N.A. Fees moderate. Special wards for midwifery. BINGHAM LOCKWOOD, M.A. "vr IGHT SCHOOL is condu...