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

AUCT IONS. YOUNG BROS., Auotloneers, Stook ana Station Agents, Land, Finanoe, and Commission Agents, HORSHAM, NHILL, HAMILTON AND WARHACKNABEAL. ^ Branch Oflloes at Ararat, Murtoa, MInyip, Nhill, Rupanyup, Dimboola, Casterton, Donald, Terang, Balmoral, and Goroke; also Wolaley, 3.A. MONSV v:-.; ■■■■u !\- LOWE8T RATE8. > v;v';!.> '.v. .( j .HIK-'P. f!ATT!/E jiNi! j ■rr OOWO BHDS. T/Hi qj»t,tar-.,at.:r| vVioViv fin . Vv:: SHEEP. CATTLE. HORSES. ENTRIES INVITED Clearing Sale STOCK/ FARMING IMPLEMENTS, AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. BEUL.AH. Wednesday, 11th Feb, A1 1 o'clock p.m. YOUNG BROS., having been favor ed with instructions from Mr. John McKenzie, will sell 011 the farm, close - to Beulah Township, 011 the above date, the whole of his Stock, .Machinery, and Household Furniture, as .previously advertised. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. UNRESERVED Clearing Sale. STOCK, FARMING MACHINERY, ETC. WALLUP. WEDNESDAY, nth MAHPI!, .'<>14. Y OUNG BROS., asso iated with LA.IDLAW &...

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OBITUARY. MR. CHARLES FREEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

OBITUARY. MR. CHARLES FREEMAN. The death ds reported of a former resident of Jeparit in the person of Air. Charles Freeman, senr., at the residence of his son-in-law, $Lr. W. O. iChilds, of "HeathSrville," Eugowra, N.S.W. The cause of death was the re-occurrence of an old internal com plaint, the end being very sudden. As long ago as 1890 the late Mr, Freeman took up land in the Ellam district, where he successfully, .car. ried on farming operations for a number of years, relinquishing active life some six years, ago to live in re. tirement with his married daughter in Now South Wales. Deceased itwico visited Hie old country whilst a rest dent of the Jeparit district, and was a favorite with all who knew him; Five sons and one daughter are left to mourn tlieir loss, Mrs. Freeman hav ing predeceased her husband five years ago. MRS. A. M. REED. Many residents of this district will regret ito learn of the death of Mrs. Alice Maud Reed, wife of Mr. Robert Reed, of Spring Vale, and forme...

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FAVORABLE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

FAVORABLE SEASON. With the exception of a little thresh- j ing in late districts the grain season on the farms has ibeen concluded. Ex ceptionally favorable weather, since tlie crops ripened, enabled harvesting to be carried on with greater expedi tion thau usual. Varying results -have been obtained. Expectations sv«re realised in some parts, and yields in many districts were considerably be« low pre-harvest estimates. There are indications that the average wheat yield of the State will be less then was calculated on six weeks ago. The sample is well up to the standard of the best years. The qua^txt^ASt; wheat brought in by far^ei^ioV,:Ui©-v past week was subsUi^f^lb'-^IJelow that of the previous wc^k^nd, Jo? Ui?* first time this seasonf/^-afs* below, the quantity for the corre^froWlirig' week of last season. 'Since wQ^iiming ot'; this harvest (December^^ftlm^^ifca4v quantity brought in amounts approxi mately to 7,456,91s bags. .Last season, which -was a week later for statistical p...

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The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10th, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

Cfye ^etalb! THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST I CIRCULATION. 1 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10th, 1914. The determination of the Federal 1 Government to call Parliament toge- . ther earlier than usual, that we should • have an autumn session preceding a i spring session, will be hailed with < satisfaction by the Liberals of Alls- ' traiia. Tiie intention appears to be ' to claim a double dissolution if the , requirements of Section 57 of the Con- - stitution are satisfied. That section provides that "If the House of Re presentatives passes any proposed "law and the Senate rejects or. fails "to pass "it, or passes it with "amendments, to which the House of "Representatives will all agree, and "if after an interval of 'three months "the House of Representatives in the "same or the next session again passes "the proposed law, with or without any "amendments which have been made, "suggested, or agreed to by the Senate, "and "the Se...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

IN MEMORIAM. ROBERTSON—In sad but loving j memory of Leslie James Robertson. J who died at "Warracknabeal, February | 5th, 1912. " . - I Inserted by his loving parents, bro* ] tlier, and sister. j

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

A Great Sufferer from Diseased Kid neys and Gravel. . Quickly Cured by Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills. "I have been a great sufferer for many years with' Diseased Kidneys, Gravel and Scalding," writes Mrs. K. O'Grady, 8 Clayton street, Balmain, N.S.W. "At times I was so bad 1 could not do my work. The pains in my back were so severe in the morn* ing that I was unable to get out of bed without assistance, and when '1 stooped to pick anything up, it was with great difficulty that I could straighten myself again. I always felt languid, and very irritable. I tried i many different kinds of remedies, but' derived no benefit whatever. One day; 1 was speaking to a lady friend, and j she strongly advised me to try Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills. I thought the? would be just the same as the other 1 remedies, but I am happy to say that they are the best pills I have ever come across, for after taking the first dose I felt greatly relieved, and I con* tinued taking them, and after a small course X was compl...

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SENTENCED TO DEATH. WOMAN'S MURDERER. LONDON, Feby. 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

SENTENCED TO DEATH. | WOMAN'S MURDERER. LONDON, Feby. 7th. George Ball, alias Sumner, 22, was convicted yesterday of having mur dered Miss Christina Bradfield at Liv erpool, and was sentenced to death. Samuel Eltoft, 18, was found guilty of having been an accessory after the fact, but the jury recommended him to mercy on account of his youth. Hs .was sentenced to four years' imprison ment Not since the Maybricli case has there fceen ^uch excitement over a cri minal trial.

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

Disordered Liver. "For disorders of the liver and sto-j mach there is no better medicine than j Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. j Margaret J. Watson, Emerald, Q. "I > suffered with bad headaches caused | by a disordered liver. Hearing my customers speak so highly of Cham berlain's Tablets I thought I would try j what they would do for me. After | the first few doses I noticed an im-1 provement, and after I had taken a couple of boxes found myself quite relieved of headaches, which have not returned." Sold by Hutchinson and Co. and. J. N. Woolcott THEE JALLARAT TRUSTEB8, EXS CUTORS AND AGENCY CO. LTD. OFFICE—CAMP STREET. DIRECTORS. JOHN McLEOD, Chairman. HON. J. Y. M'DONALD, M.L.G. FRANK HERMAN. J. D. WOOLCOTT, J.P. DR. ROBERT SCOTT. GEORGE LEWIS. JOHN GLASSON, Manager. .'HIS COMPANY ACTS 1. As Executor and Trusteo In > Will. 2. As Trustee In Marriage and othei settlements. 3. As Attorney under Power tor Absentees. 4. As Attorney for Abaent Bxmu. tors and Trustees. 5. As Ge...

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LIQUID FERTILISERS FOR CEREALS. INTERESTING EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

[liquid fertilisers for cereals. I INTERESTING EXPERIMENT. I I What would seem to be a rival of j superphosphate has made its appear | auce in "Beats-All," a liquid fertiliser j for cereals, which, it is claimed, gives {better results than are obtained by the j use of manures. The formula has ! been patented by Mr. \Y. H. Grat j wick, of Kilmarnock, -Maitland. The ' chemical liquid has to be diluted with water, 'according to printed direc tions, a7id the seed wheat immersed for 15 minutes. The grain has then to be dried and sown without any spe cial manure. The fertilised wheat, it is said, will germinate three or four days before wheat sown in the ordin ary way. Mr. Gratwick has conducted an interesting experiment with -wheat fertilised by his process. He sowed a 200-aere paddock, with the exception of a strip in the middle, with supered wheat, at the rate of a bushel to the acre. The middle strip was to have been sown with a like proportion of fertilised wheat, but owing to the fa...

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FATE OF UNFORTUNATE INFANTS. CUSTODIAN SENT TO GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

I - . FATE OF'UNFORTUNATE INFANTS. CUSTODIAN SENT TO GAOL. Sarali Naylor was sentenced to nine months' imprisonment at Newcastle 'for having neglected children com. mltited to her care. Five of the seven | children given Into her custody sue* I cunvbed. Neighbors gave evidence that the in-1 fants were placed in 'butter boxes and left in the yard all day.

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CASE OF ANTHRAX. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

CASK OF ANTHRAX. The inspector of stock at Yarra wonga held a post mortem examina ! tion on a cow belonging to a Yarra wonga dairykeeper. The death of the cow was the cause of the circulation oL disquieting rumors. After the ex*, animation was made the inspector diagnosed anthrax, and ordered the dairy to be quarantined.

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HOSPITAL DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

HOSPITAL DONATIONS. HE SECRETARY of the Hospi 1 tal acknowledges, with thanks, having received the following contrf- f •butions from 1st July to 31st January: —Friend 10/6, J. Donohue 2/6, Thos. Crocker £1, Shire of Dimboola £5, Geo. Ford 5/, John Turner 10/, Yee Suey 5/, John JTarchant, junr. £1 If, Eight Hours' Anniversary Committee £5, Shire of Boning- £87 10/, Jas. Rae 5/» United Friendly Sports Car nival £58 5/9, 'Miss -Louisa Devereux £1 1/, Mrs. C. Duncan 10/6, Massey Harris Coy. £2, D. Owen 5/, Jos. iDixon 10/, Fisher Bros. £1 1/. Mrs. 'fieo. Coutts £1 1,/Women's Christian Temperance Union £1 1/, Jas. Allan £tl 1/, H. J. Miller 10/, Miss Drapei 1/, W. Barnes £1 1/, A. Moyle 2'6. h. Campbell 2/0, Wr. Frew 10/6, Jas. Frew 5/, D. F. Frew 5/, G. R. Cheno weth 5/, W. Frew, junr., 5/, "W. felsep herd 5/, W. T. Frew 5/, W. Fisher £1 1/, D. Millard 5/, We Can 5/, Jas. Fish er £1 1/; employes, Jas. Veal 10/, AV. Barmby 5/, W. Hindi 6/, A. Millard 5/, H. Stop 5/, V. Simpson 5/; total,...

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THREE TON HAY CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

THREE TON HAY CROP. Mingled with the disappointment of! •the wheat crop at Pinnaroo (writes the "Times") bright little records of yields continue to be reported, which show, to some extent, that the wea ther, bad as it was, could not be held wholly responsible for the shortage. It js at least satisfactory to know that the hay crops were evenly good, and that farmers will have ample fodder— a big consideration—to carry them 'through a protracted dry spell. Amongst the fine yields Messrs. F. H. Edwards and Sons, on the farm near Pinnaroo, probably comes easily first. Prom 40 acres of mixed wheat and oats a return of over three tons to the acre was obtained. Even in the very best seasons such a fine cut would 'be exceptional.

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INCREASING THE WHEAT YIELD. PROFESSOR LOWRIE'S COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

INCREASING THE WHEAT YIELD. PROFESSOR LOWRIE'S COMMENTS Referring to the two cereal seasons 1912-14, which were marked by ruin falls under the average, the Director of .Agriculture in South Australia (Pro fessor AV. Lowrie), in his annual re port, says :—"On the whole a crop of over 21,000,000 bushels in a season so adverse as 1912-13 offers the very surest evidence of tlic marked im provement that baa been effected in the general practice of farming with In the last few years. Again there has been demonstrated how vastly impor tant it is that our cultural operations should be governed by the necessity of conserving soil moisture, for which thorough bare fallowing, naw so gen erally adopted, is a factor so all im portant. From the results obtained in a season, taken throughout, relative ly untoward, one. is justified in the forecast that, with the further exten sion of improved practice—thorough tillage, manuring, maintenance of lav mus, .selection of seed, and all-round careful far...

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

Visit——— LAWSOW'S New Premier Cafe. Good Bread and Small Goods. CHEAP MONBY. Gilbert Crerar, LAND, COMMISSION, AND FINANCIAL AGENT. Scott Street, Wnrraclcnabeal. v y ISIIES to Intimate that he h&a. money available on freehold and leasehold securities, at lowest rates of Interest. Also good farms through out the 'Wlmmera and Western Dis trict for Hale. Flor parUcalara, ,#* «)>-" , oirjriCB., BCOTT STKSST, Taylor^ Biota, A Nice Qup of Tee

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SHEEP HILLS. A NEGLECTED SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

SHEEP HILLS. (From our Correspondent.) A NEGLECTED SCHOOL. The local State school is quite unfit for use in summer, and it is high time that the parents protested against the cramming of 50 children into such a building. Besides being too small, the building has a plain wall of weather- boards into which the white ants have made inroads. There is no verandah to protect the school from the blazing sun, and the temperature on such a day as Friday last can easily be im- agined. The conditions under which the school is being carried on are a menace to the health of the children. The committee and parents should take the matter up, and insist on something being done. It may be men- tioned that the present structure was erected about a mile from Sheep Hills 36 years ago, and after the railway was constructed it was removed to the present site. It has altogether outliv- ed its usefulness. When in Warrack- nabeal the Minister of Education (Sir A. J. Peacock) stated that money was being borr...

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MASTERY OF THE AIR. HAWKER'S ACHIEVEMENT. THREE BRILLIANT FLIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 10 February 1914

MASTERY OF THE AIR. HAWKER'S ACHIEVEMENT. J THREE BRILLIANT FLIGHTS. < I A crowd that would have done-cre dit to Caulfield Cup. day was on the .Caul-field racecourse on Saturday afternoon, when Mr. H. G. Hawker made three brilliant flights in the air. It was estimated that (there were be tween 25,000 and 30,000 people present —and the latter figure was nearer the mark. A lady passenger was brave enough to make the ascent, and des cribed it as glorious.

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AGRICULTURAL NEWS. HANDLING OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

AGRICULTURAL NEWS. -HANDLING OP WHEAT. There was a large attendance of farmers at the Nhill Agricultural So ciety's rooms, to consider what action should bo taken in regard to handling wheat in bulk. Mr. David Done mo ved that Mr. Menzies be requested to support Mr. Langdon in having the system introduced into Victoria. Mr. H. E. Uahlenburg, of Winiam, a lead ing farmer, opposed any action be ing taken, as he thought the scheme would be altogether too expensive.1 The motion was lost by two votes. PRACTICAL AGRICULTURIST. Agriculture is to have an innings in connection with the appointment of the new Governor-General. Mr. Munro-Ferguson has always been an Indefatigable worker ,and apparent ly accepted the appointment of Go vernor-General because Australia of fers room and opportunity for study ing the problems of land and agri cultural development. For Mr. 'Mun ro-Ferguson is not only a solider and a politician; he is an expert and prac tical agriculturist, a pioneer of farm ing meth...

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MAKING OF ROADS. ENGINEER'S RECOMMENDATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

MAKING OF 110ADS. ENGINEER'S RECOMMENDATIONS. I j At a meeting of the Dummmkle i Council the engineer (Mr. Broad hurst, O.K.), again brought forward his recommendation for a road mak ing and draining; plant. He also intro duced his recent/ report, oil the im provement of Mutton Swamp, hear Rupanyup. Cr. Petering thought it was too big an undertaking for one council. vH© ; was afraid also that if they had such a plant some roads might be formed that did not ^require-making. Cr. Gibson *said the*£$p<>rt was va luable, and bou'id be" cat(efuib\kept and acted titjon later on. . > Cr. ISweetman considered:1 that it would ;be, better to get a nlachine to re-fornv(,the made roads, many of which were worn in the middle. lie did not know what such a plant would cost. The engineer submitted draft spe cifications for channels to be uni formly constructed on roadways by ratepayers, under supervision of the engineer, when the 'council, gave per mission for such work. Cr. Peterin...

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MELBA PICTURE COY. HOW TO KEEP COOL, THOUGH MARRIED? [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

MELBA PICTURE COY. HOW TO KEEP COOL, THOUGH ] MARRIED? i The summer nights are upon us, and one cannot possibly keep cool by re maining indoors. If you wish to spend a very enjoyable evening out in the cool, where the tired business man may appreciate his pipe, and where the troubles oE life and the bustle of business vanish as if 'by magic, visit tlie Melba'Pictures. There should be another crowded house on Wednesday and Thursday evenings next, when the Mplba management present new grand star programmes. It -would'.be very : difficult to find. anything in Australia > approaching the superior programmes that have" Ijoeii screened during the < last few weeks, and ,the star picture, 5000 feet in length, that- was presented on Saturday night, entitled, "In the i Clutches of the Apaches," was indeed : a superb masterpiece, and one of tho numerous such pieces as are only to . be seen at the Melba, Theatre. The i management,, are doing everything In •their.;P0|Wer to place b...

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