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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

Star Picture, "Czerwonska," 4000ft. Melba Theatre, Race Nights. -Don't miss it.—Advt. Got Very Weak. i "My boy Jack was very bad with Diarrhoea," writes Mrs. M. Lee, Forbes, N.S.W. "For quite a fortnight he was ill and got very weak. My husband bought a bottle of Chamber lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, and to our surprise one dose complete ly cured htti." Sold by Hutchinson and Co. aoi 1 N. Woolcott. WARNING. OPTICAL QUACKS are very nu merous in this country. They travel from .house to. house ;preyins upon, ,the weak and old with 7jiromlBes of marvellous cures of all kinds of "eye troubles," with a patented "fam ous fictitious named lens." From itimo to time I have tried to warn you. Optical Fakers are in the country every week. Reliable men do not travel from ihouse to ihouso. If you get "bit" you "have no one to .blame tout yourself. In addition to the swindling done by such grafters,- -the . harm 'and injuries they sell cannot be over estimated. The people should consider care...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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MILITARY BAND CONTEST. DONATION BY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

MILITARY-; BAND ;;C0NT1SS^ -B DONATION BY FEDERAL GOVERN MENT. . Fof some years-tlio South street So- v olety has been approached 'by IH®.. ductors of military. bands in most 0' the States of the Commonwealth 'o '"V chide a military band contest in W16''; huge prize list. The matter could W: hitherto bo carried out owing to wj> heavy expense of providing tlio eit» :: prize money, but this has now overcome by tho Federal Govern®®' giving a special donation of £250:lot a military baad' cbiJteat, to be lie1,. , ' Ballarat in October next, 'in connect!® with;;-the...-graud, champion tot®*®* baud coutest,. for which £800 8 S; in iprlie money this yeai\ ThU make a total oi £856'!or >rize for hand coatesta.-nezt-October.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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FORD MOTOR CARS. PROFIT SHARING SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

FORD MOTOR CARS. PROFIT SHARING SCHEME. Mr. Henry Ford's scheme to distri bute £2,000,000, representing approxi mately one-half of the profits of the Ford Motor Car Company amongst the employes attracts universal atten tion. Employes will share in-the pro fits annually, and no employe over the age of 22, not even, floor sweepers, will receive less than £1 daily. Mr. ■Henry Ford, the originator of the 'scheme, is .quoted as declaring that capital and labor hitherto liave not shared profits to the extent -they should. As to the possibility of losses, nothing definite is forthcoming from Detroit so far, but every me chanic in the United States now con templates offering his services to the Ford Motor Company. "The greatest revolution in the mat ter of rewards for workers ever known in the industrial world," is the description the Ford Motor Company gives of its new scheme. It affects 15,000 people employed at the Detroit plant, 7500 men at branches and as sembling plants all over the -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

- To Do Others Good. "I have been living In S.W. Queens land for 13 years,'! writes . Mr. 3. R. Tindale, Editor n' the Curmamulla "Watchman." "During that time I have buen subject to attacks of Dlarr h'oeai and have always touiid Cham berlain's Colic and-Diarrhoea Remedy to quickly relieve me. I can recom mend It" to-anyone suSering from that complaint. You may use this letter bb you see fit, for it is written to do others good." field by Hutchinson and Co. aad J. N. Woolcott

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THE HARVEST SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

THE HARVEST SEASON. Only occasional loads of wheat are being delivered at the "Hopetoun rai* 1 way station, and there is little left on the farms. To date 54,200 bags have been delivered. The best yield of wheat so far re ported in the Mulwala district was that obtained by Mr. James Forge, who from 210 acres harvested 2003 bags of wheat. In addition to this, 30 tons of •hay -was cut from part of the paddock. This would have given the full area a return of over 30 bushels to the acre. Good progress is being made with the loading and despatch of the wheat harvest from the north-western dte* trict. On Wednesday 316 trucks of wheat were despatched from the north-west to the-seaboard. The 'Rail- ; way Department handied 1,581,025 j bags of wheat, which is the record < quantity for any day this season, ^ Miuyip station holds tiie record for ( the largest number o£ bags stacked, < namely, 1-45,067,' and Jung comes i next with 75,000 bags. Numerous other ] stations hav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

Simply Wonderful. "My little girl iSelda suffered bo con tinuously with croufl: that I began to think sho would never-got l better, J writes Mrs. Oaunuletl, 109 Adelaldp Road,' Newtown, N.Z.-'."Seeing .Char', berlain's Cough Remedy advertised I thought 1 would try It, and could- see a change in her straight away. It la simply wonderful how quickly Cham berlain's Cough Remody relieved the child." Sold .hy Hutchinson' and Co. and i. N. Woolcott. .

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BRIM. PERMANENT TEACHER WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

BRIM. (From our Correspondent.) PERMANENT TEACHER WANTED. The indifference of the Education Department towards country schools is being instanced at Brim at pre sent.' The last permanent teacher left early In March, and it was under stood that Mrs. <S1m (the lady appoin ted) would take charge after the holi days. However, she lias been gran ted an additional six months' leave, and the school is still in the hands of a reliever. At the school com mittee meeting on Wednesday night, the secretary was requested to pro test against the existing arrange ments, and urge the necessity of a permanent male teacher being ap •pointed at an early date. In the opin ion of the committee, a male teacher is best fitted for the needs of the Brim school. OBITUARY. Mr. Noah Rogers recently received a wire with the sad news that his father had died at Midlington, South Australia. The old gentleman, who had reached the ripe age of 86, was hale and hearty up to six years ago, when he was able t...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

BOWLING, ^ A player In a prominent and enthu I alasttc club has 'been "fined half a 'dol-J I lar" for falling tq turn up after agree ing to play In a" certain match. The: committee decided that if the line was j not paid within 10. days the,player-be atruolt off the Mst of ellglbiea ftjr the, remainder of the season. The way of the transgressor la hard. '

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HOTEL VISITOR ASSAULTED. LICENSEE AND WIFE FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

HOTEL VISITOR ASSAULTED. LICENSEE AND WIFE FINED. Bertram Douglass, licensee of the National .-Hotel, Stawell, and his wife, were charged at the Stawell Police Court, before Mr. E. Harrison, P.M., with having unlawfully assaulted Ben jamin C. Cliadwick, an old resident, on the night of 13th January. iMr. T. G. Grano appeared for accused, and the superintendent prosecuted. Evidence was given that Chadwick visited the National Hotel about half past 5 o'clock in the evening, and left about 10 o'clock, and that he was fol lowed by Douglass and his wife, knocked down, punched, and kicked. Dr. W. L. Aiken deposed that Cliad wick had abrasions on his forehead, that his eyes were blackened, and that be had bruises on the face and neck. The. injuries necessitated Chadwick keeping his bed for a week. Chadwick admitted having a number of drinks during the afternoon. The defence was that Chadwick as saulted Mrs. Douglass, and used bad language; that Douglass struck Chad wick in self defence, bu...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

CRICKET. The match to have been played be tween the A and B teams to-morrow lias been postponed on account o£ the race meeting, and the match will he played on Wednesday, 25th inst. The match between South Austra lia and Victoria was continued yester day. In Hie first innings South Australia made 274, and Victoria 213. Baring made 71, Souter 49, and Ryder 32 not out. In the second innings yesterday, South Australia had seven down for 264. Mayne 44, and Hill GO. In the colts' match Victoria made 352, and In the second innings 259. South Australia—First innings, 174; second 'innings, 4 tor 152. ; - Bangerang journeyed-to Brim,on Sa turday to try. conclusions .with the local team for the Firanklin pennant. The visitors, hatting first,-were only able to compile 34 runs. . Of these the veteran E. Byron was responsible for 19. Brim responded with 92. A. Bic kers 43, C. Jones 23, and J. Dickinson 10 were the double figure men for Brim. A. Rehu, bowling for Brim, put up something like a rec...

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TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

TURF. The principal events at "the War racknabeal Turf Clifb's meeting to morrow are dealt witli and discussed in another column on .our fifth page. The autumn carnival was practically opened at Caulfleld on Saturday,'.the principal event being the Oakleigh Plate, which was won by that fine Sydney sprinter, Popinjay, who is in the same stable as Cider. Jolly Beg gar won the weight for age race. Mr. P. Phillips' horse Widden, won the hurdle race, and has proved a very sound investment. Results were Hurdles—Widden 1, The Majestic Nut 2, Wingarara 3. 6 to 4 winner. . Federal Stakes—Rahene 1, Mahara jah 2, Andesene 3. 15 to 1 Raheen: Bond Cup—Effervescence 1, Lord Grey £, Prizefighter 3. 5 to 2 winner. Oakleigh Plate—Popinjay 1, Nuwara Bilya 2, Four Plush 3. 7 to 1 winner. St. George Stakes—Jolly Beggar 1, ; Mountain. Princess 2, Ahdolosia 3. 9 to 2 winner. .. Welter—Cold Brew 1, Recaller 2, Coolagunyah 3. 12 to 1 winner. . Two Newmarket " horses were suc cessful on Saturday, viz., Popi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

'PHONE. No. IB. J. N. WOOLCOTT, Registered Dentist, Scott Street - - - Warracknabeal. Next Door to his Well Known Pharmacy. May be Consulted Daily. Hopetoun, Tuesday, February 7th ; Beulah, Tuesday, February 24th; Las; celles, Wednesday, February 25th. C. R. Mackenzie's Summer——Sale IS NOW ON. This Week's Special Attractions. L \ Jv-inili Scoured Twill Sheeting, marked 2/3, to go at 1/8. A Wonderful r" ■ ■%J. \ i.arge Assortment ot Napery, Co-usistlug of Tray Cloths, Tatle Cen / iJuchesse Seta, D'O.vJeys, Cushion'-Cbvers, etc., at 20 per cent, off Mark ; :| Pi Ices. \ • / ; Oivo Sxtra Special Line'of -barge "white Supper Cloths, marked 2/6; to ,;;o ,it :/6. A Number of Slightly Soiled Lace Curtains at 20 per cent. Discount n'Honeycomb Towels at 1/9, 3/6, and 4/11 per dozen. ! i and Youth's Straw Spieler Hats, at lOd. These goods are ia;- 1/6. " ' Sailors at Sd. each. EMBER8 All Goods are marked in Plain Figures AT : C- R. Mackenzie's Summer Sale. Money. T yr2E have large amounts ,, ...

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DEATH FROM SUNSTROKE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

DEATH FROM SUNSTROKE. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James Peters, of Ailsa, died at Nu'rso' Munro's hospital yesterday, aged 2Vj years. The cause .of death was sun stroke. Everything possible was done to save the child's life, Imt without avail. The deepest sympathy will be extended to the parents 'in their be reavement. The Interment will take place this, afternoon..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

WT"' auctIons. fOUNG BROS., ILioors, Stook and Station Agents, land, Flnanoe, IF and Commission Agents, BrSHAM, NHlttv HAMILTON AND VVABRACKNABBAL. If Offices at Ararat, Mur'toa, MInyip, NhiU, . Rupanyup, Dimboola, H Donald, Terang, Balmoral, and Goroke; also Wolsloy, s.A, ' |f agents FOR:— ft jjaBoellcs, Limited, Wool and Grain Brokers, Stock and Bl'eents, Goelong and Melbourne. fiustralin" Mutual Provident Society. ff. t)onal Fire Insurance Co, of New Zealand. K-Uurat Banking Co. Limited. ; Kustralasian Mutual Live Stock Insurance Society Limited. business arrangements with all the leading firms' of auctioneers in liutb Wales and South Australia. P sales of Horses, Cattle, Sheep,held at Horsham, Nhill, Hamll r (oa, Miuyip, Warracknaheal, Beulah, Hopetoun, Rupanyup, Donald, fjjaniva, Natimuk, Goroke, Dunkeld, CaBterton, Cavendish, Strath L Balmoral, Terang, and Lake Bolac. f' money to lend at lowest rates. jiiracknabea Stock .Sales/' jjRUAY, mbiwauy 21, I <111. p, CATTLE...

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CHILD'S SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

CHILD'S SUDDEN DEATH. Mr. and Mrs. Logan, of Jeparit, last week suffered a bereavement by the death of their adop'ted daughter.Ivy May Logan. Death occurred with tragic suddenness during the early hours of the morning, the cause being" cardiac failure following on laryngitis. The child was just on three years old. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

LOST. LOST—PURSE. LOST—Purse containing; One So vereign. Finder please return to this office. WANTED. ELECTRIC TRAM DRIVERS WANTED. (.. OOD opening for Smart Young 4- Men. Permanent position. Write tor particulars (with stamp for reply). —H. \V. CIIANNING, M. anil E.E., In structor. 211 Lydlard street, Ballnrat.. WANTED. WANTED—'Young Man for strik ing; constant. McCOLL & CO., Coaclibuilders, Scott St. Married man wants SITUA TION on farm. Used to, all farm work; references. State terms. "FARMER, Galaquil E. Post Ofllcft. FOR SALE, HIRE, AND TO LET. EOR SALE—One 13-Tyne Second Hand Bennett cultivator, only worked three seasons, £1S. Apply . letter or personally- R gB0RGE> Warracknabeal. „ OR sale-prime fbdera. l-r TION SEED WHEAT. Apply WILLIAMSON or B.B. & CO., Benlali. OR SALE CHEAP Ono Four* ' Horse Power Benzine Engine, with magneto, Beulah. PROFESSIONAL. The Alexandra College of Music. * College Rooms are now open at Miss - Geddes', next Union ! Banfc, Scott ...

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MRS. P. MONAHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

MRS. P. MONAHAN. " The death occurred at Rainbow on 'Saturday morning of 'Mrs. P. ,Mona- \ han at the early age of 23-.years.' (Deceased was the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Carter, of Nypo. The funeral took place at Rainbow on Sunday, "Mr. F. H. Dorman conducting the service at the grave.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

COMMERCIAL. Wheat showed firmness locally dur ing the past iveek. Some speculators who sold ahead several months ago are now -taking their profits. Good business lias been done at 3/S for February and 3/8% for March deli very, the "spec" sellers having mostly sold on the basis of 3/5 Ms several months ago. Cable advices from Eng land indicate a still lower surplus from Argentine, but that India's esti mate of crop is increased. • PRODUCE MARKETS. Wheat, 3/3%. Flour, 13/9. Bran, 1/0%. Pollard, 1/0%. Factory butter, 1/2. Dairy butter, 7d. and Sd. Krrs, Sd. : : Melbourne1 Press Quotations:— Factory'butter, ll%d. Dairy butter, 8%d. to 9%d. Eggs, lOd. (By Wire.—Melbourne Monday.) •Wheat, firm, pormpt delivery along side 3/8, March 3/8%: oats, milling, 1/10; feed,, 1/9.

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

TENNIS. A match between teams represent ing the 'Methodist, Warracknaljeal, anil Ailsa North clubs was played on tho courts of the latter on Wednesday last. G. aud C. Bevan (M) beat Hun* ter and Melbourne G—4, Inkster and Bwyer 6—1, and Hooper and Kinghorn 6—2. Smith and Nowotna (M) beat Hooper and Kinghorn 6—4, Hunter and Milbourne 6—4, and lost to Ink ster and Dwyer 2—6. S. Bevan and Smith (*M.\ beat Hunter and Dwyer 6—3. -Misses Alday and Simpson (M.) 1)eat Mrs. Milbourne and Miss Hunter 6—2, 6—2, and lost 1—6. G. Bevan and 'Miss Simpson (M.) lost to J. Mil bourne and Miss Hunter 4—0. 0. Be van and Miss Alday (iM.) beat Inkster and Miss 'Milbourne 6—2. .Rev. Alday and Miss Holland lost to Kinghorn and Miss Holland 3—6. Totals—<Me« thodisTs,'64 games—Ailsa North, 48.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

HNE CROP OF SORGHU'MV Mr. J, *B. -Witney has a: splendid crop of sorghum 011 lite property near' ' Jeparit One pound of seed to the acre was sown during November last, the land being first scarified and then the seed sown and harrowed in. No artificial manure was used. A growth averaging 5 feot over the whole area has responded to this treatment, which is very satisfactory. OVERRUN DOGS. According to Or. Ryan, there are more ciogx in the1 Rainbow district to the square; mile than could be found , a»ywbere;:\ This statement was made at a meeting of the Dimbooia Council : last" week." . Or. "Ryan moved that the provisions • of the Do^ Act be strictly j enforced, •'and that dog pounds be j built at Oimboola, Rainbow, and je-j ''•J-.parit^at a'cost In each cane oi not . more than £2. .The motion was se-/ conded'by-<?r. Bone and carried. It I • • res - menioned that the dog fees in' tlie centre rising bad-bfeen gradually getting s'maJJar siace 1910. '

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