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

Just What You Need. Laxo-Tonic Pills can be taken at all j times and under all conditions by both | voung and old alike without the slight* j est risk, and without danger of un pleasant after-affects. Laxo-Tonic Pills | assist the processes of nature, gi.ve re-1 lish to the food, removing exhaustion, j sick headache, and many other ail ments. Laxo-Tonic Pills are a popular pill at a popular price. Obtainable | everywhere. ' THE 3ALLARAT TRUSTEES, EXE CUTORS AND AGENCY CO. LTD. f? i^-j OFFICE—CAMP STRBBT. DIRECTORS. JOHN McLEOD, Chairman. HON. J. Y. M'DONALD, M.L.C. PRANK HERMAN. J. D. WOOLCOTT, J.P. DR. ROBERT SCOTT. GEORGE LEWIS. JOHN GLASSON, Manager. .'HIS COMPANY ACTS— 1. As Executor and Trustee In » Will. . 2. An Trustee in Marriage and other settlements. 8. Ab Attorney under Power lot Absentees. 4. Ab Attorney for Absent Exeau tors and Trustees. E. As General Agents. Trustees in other EstateB can trans fer their Trusteeship to this Company. Executors appointed in a Will can tr...

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

JANES' I . _ j ■: , Genuine ! S A L E Where Everything is Best by Actual Test." DISCOUNT ON ALL SALES. This Liberal Discount is allowed on all Lines bought for Cash during Sale, exoopting where thoy are thrown out on the Bargain Tables, when they are marked still lower. ~ WE DO NOT buy old and shoddy"stocks to market law figures," but offer our stock of regular lines at Riidculous Reductions. : WE ALWAYS MAINTAIN our motto by seeing first tliat the quality is right, and then buy at the lowest possible price tor cash, hence we are in the position to give you the Best at the Lowest Price. - FOR THE LAST TWO WEEK! We are making a still further onslaught on Prices, and quote a few lines of the many offering. 36-Inch Pure Close Weave Calico, was 6/6 doz.; now, 4/11. 304nch OSMAN . Flannelette, worth 6/11; now, 4/11 .doz. Creme. 28-Inch Maids'Cloth, strong apron cloth. Worth 8%d.V now, 6d. 72-Inch Pure O&MAN White Sheeting, guaranteed pure and good. Worth " 1/11 ydi; now,rr/4%. Bi...

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

THE ^ Pioneer . , eOTADLISHBD ISM.

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HOTEL THEFT CASE. CHANCE TO REFOR[?] [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

| HOTEL THEFT CASE. in which Frederick Lew: His Honor Judge g ded at the Horsha\nJ| Sessions on TuesdaW only case down for In ed with the theft, of £15 from :•« pocket of Henry Davies, at the iu mera Hotel,* Horsham,, on Jm Accused pleaded guilty -to the of the money, and the Crown, ai , : suggestion of His Honor, withdrvv second charge of receiving. A number of previous convicnu:'• j were admitted by Lewis, who, v. | ply to the Bench, said that he de^ii ' : | the court to hear Dectective -:r . aiso-"to hear-;r"ftrite :.' - j he had prepared. ' . Detective Armstrong, Melbo j stated .that he had known the nccny | ed for the past IS "months, d which period he had been lockeo : twice. On both occasions Lewis ;.;ui • been very drunk. Otherwise ness thought that he was a Inn individual. "When under the infli ( of liquor he could not keep In h 1 off things. He thought that L 1 would do well enough in the coi if he kept off drink. 1 His Honor read accused's ment, after which he said that f...

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FAT LAMB INDUSTRY. WIMMERA FREEZING WORKS. THREE YEARS' RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

FAT LAMB INDUSTRY. WIMMERA FREEZING WORKS. THREE YEARS' RECORD. It is significant that tlie fat lamb) brooders of the State are (writes the "Leader") continuing to join forces) with tlie object of controlling the mar-] keting of their own produce. Tlie ilrst Victorian co-operative establishment of the kind was established by Wim mera farmers, and the three years' re cord of the works erected at ,Murtoa is encouraging... Goulburn Valley pro ducers, too, have moved in the'same direction, and the erection of the ne cessary buildings and plant is now pro ceeding at Sftepparton. The causes which led to the initiation of these ela borate co-operative undertakings are "■oil known. Not only were fat lamb 'breeders paid an unduly low price for their stock, but they found that they were in the hands of private linns, who could practically treat them as they wished. Lambs that had been pur chased provisionally wore ofteu left so long on the farmers' hands that ow ing to grass seed troubles the...

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

WASTE PAPER I OR SALE at the office of This Paper. Collars, Saddlery OF all descriptions. Large stock ! . to choose from Buggy, Gig Harness from 90/. Best Leather and Materials. AH well made. Dray Col lars from 19/, Buggy Collars from 13/, and Riding Saddles from 45/. Bridles, Whips, Spurs, Brushes, Leg gings, etc., In great variety. BEENIE'S Patent and other W. F. Schlckerling, | SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, Scott street, WaiTacknabeai. and Harness; HORSE RUGS.v Satisfaction Guaranteed.

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

RIFLE SHOOTING. The annual matches of the Wim mera District Rifle Club's Union "will be held at Horsham on March 3, 4, and 5, when £245 will be given in prize money. A match between the W&rrackria* beal and 'Aubrey clubs was fired last week, when Warracknabeal won easily by 59 points. A comptition has been arranged for trophies donated by Cr. J. Mclntyre, £1 1/, first; and H. Tal« ■hot. 10/6, second. Captain Reed is giving a champion medal to be fired at 300, 500, and 600 yards. L. Hancock, who is one of Aubrey's most consistent shots, has,£one to Queen's -College to "s'tudy for: the ministry. ^Before sever: iiig his'connection wJtfli the club, he, gave a trophy, value£2 All join in wishing him success. Bight members of the club are members of the V.R.A, P. Kwiris intends going.to 'the mouth*, ly matches on the 28th inst;, at Wil liams town. . -

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

PERSONAL. Sir. Noonan, clerk of courts, is leaving Warracknabeal this weeic oil liolidays, and will be absent for some leaving Warracknabeal this week on holidays. He will be relieved by Mr. P. J. Conlan, inspecting clerk of courts. Rev. Oswald R. Linden, who has spent a pleasant holiday at Black Rock, and is very much improve! as a result of the change, will return, to Warracknabeal on Friday next. On' Sunday 'he will conduct the services in connection with the Baptist Church, the evening subject being, "Not bread alone." The Rev. Father Lynch, writing from Rome on 15tli January, says :— "I am spending a few weeks in the eternal city, a beautiful and historic place, and fine old city. St. Peter's at the Vatican is a wonderful church. Home for the races. Best wishes to all.' Mr. and Mrs. J. B. King, of Brim, left in their motor on Friday for a tour of the western district and sou thern towns generally. The trip, which should be an enjoyable one, and will occupy about six weeks, will...

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

STAR PICTURES. The large audience that attended the Star Picture Theatre on Satur day evening was highly delighted with the fine programme submitted by the management. All admirably portrayed drama, entitled, "Tlie Mouse and the Lion," was a thrilling detective story, the audience being worked up to a high pitch o£ excite ment as the stirring features of the drama were unfolded. 'The final scene, in which the detective was saved from an awful death by drown ing (being tied down ill an under ground vault by a nlghthawk gang and the water uirned on) toy his page, wlio was taken off the street on ac count of his honesty, was very thril ling, and the capture of the whole of the gang brought forth hearty ap plause from tlie onlookers... An equal ly stirring production was entitled, "A Dash for Liberty," the star dra ma. The- story itold was that of . a young man who determined to try arid make his fortune abroad, but fal ling into bad company, turned out to be an artful thief. After many...

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MR. JOHN ELLIOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

MR. JOHN ELLIOTT. An old identity in the person of Mr. John Elliott died in Warracluiabeal on Saturday at the age of 78 years. De ceased had been in failing health for some time, though he -was able to get about up till a short time prior to his death. He leaves a wife and grown up family. The Interment took place at the local cemetery on Sunday after noon. Rev.-J. G. Pollard officiated at tlie grave. The coffin-bearers -were Messrs. M. Shortall, D. iMiirphy, iM. Hayes, C. Ross, E. Amor, senr., and •Hallihan, while the pall-bearers were Messrs. J. -Smith, T. Ross, J. . Ander son, and R. Pearson. Mr. T. E. Gar ..dlne.V.. .was . th«-.""d«rtjLkAr.-., ,:

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KARKAROOC COUNCIL. SUMMARY OF BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

KARKAROOC COUNCIL. SUMMARY OF BUSINESS. The' ordinary meeting of the Kar karooc Shire Council was held at Hopetoun on Tuesday last, the presi dent (Or. C. Marshmaii> being in tlio chair. Among the correspondence was a letter' from the Warracknabeal Pro gress Association asking for particu lars in connection, with the installa tion of electric light at Beulah' and Hopetoun. It was decided to supply the information. M. A. Thorne wrote stating tliat her property had been damaged by gutter overflowing In front of her place, and claiming £5 damages through her cellar being . filled. No action was taken. \V. A. Hallam drew- attention to the state of the road at Goyura caused by water channel being in a tie."—'It was agreed that the council ask the State Water Commission to purchase and transfer to the council a portion of Mr. Wenzlow's land tor road pur poses. Tile Railway Department intimated that' ft would do the work of instal ling electric light at Beulah railway station. It was no...

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DRAINAGE SCHEMES NEEDED. CONDITIONS AT RAINBOW AND JEPARIT. A LOAN MENTIONED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

DRAINAGE SCHEMES NEEDED. CONDITIONS AT RAINBOW AND JEPARIT. A LOAN MENTIONED. Ai the meeting of the DJmboola Shire Council communications were received from the. Public Works De« i partment with regard to a report "by! Dr. Perrin-on. the defective, system' of drainage at Rainbow, and with re« i ference to a complaint as to the same thing by Mr. T. Collins. Cr. Innes said the representations In these reports were very strong, but there was 110 question that the drainage tfas in a most deplorable state. Any scheme which was under taken would have to be an adequate one, and he was afraid that it would necessitate something more than a shire rate, and would require a spe-, cialloan. At present there were two or three householders sending their drainage into the streets,.,which was, most offensive. i Cr. Ryan said he noticed that the engineer • estimated that drainage would cost about £7 10/ per chain. I How many chains would ibe required?' The engineer replied that it would' take about ...

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

Molba Blctures-.-Iiaco} Nights. You arc ou d good tiling if you go" tp Melba Open-Air Theatre,\Vpduoaday and 'Kitomy:—Atfvt.' • *■

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OBITUARY. MR. PATRICK PHELAN. SUCCUMBS TO FATAL INJURIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

OBITUARY. MR, PATRICK PHELAN. SUCCUMBS TO FATAL 1N.TUIUES. ■ It Is w-itli deep regret tliat \vu re j cord tlio dentil of Mr. Patrick Joseph Lawrence Phelail, a well known far mer of the Kellalae district. The sad event occurred on Saturday evening as the result of an unfortunate accident which took place on the form early In the day. Mr. Plielan had just started to excavate a dam, and had only been a short time at work when he was fatally injured. After going a few rounds, the plough came in contact with an obstacle, and the suddon im pact threw Mr. Plielan off his feet on to his head. So suddon was the occur rence, that a man who was giving as sistance scarcely realised what had happened. Mr. -Plielan was promptly taken to Ills home. At first he thought ■that lie would soon recover, but as his condition became more serious medical aid was summoned. Examina tion showed that the case was criti cal, Mr. Plielan having ruptured a blood vessel on the brain. He lin gered until about 0 o'...

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

See "iCzerwonska" at Melba Pic tures, Race Night.—Advt, Disordered Liver. "J5or disorders ot* the liver and sto mach there ta no better medicine than Cliam'berlain'r Tablets, wrlteBMrs, Margaret JV Watson,. Emerald, R. i suffered with: bad headaches caused to--a disordered liver. Hearing my oustomers spealc ;.Bo;.hIgbly.;,ql borlain's Tablets 1 thought I would try w"hnjt'' they would do-.-for .we... After the first- tew .doses I noticed, an im nrovamsnt, and alter I bad taken a couple ' Qf boxps found niy&elj! quite relieved o£ haad&ches; which have not returned." Gold" by Hutchinson and Ob. and JUN. WWt«oM».{.

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THE MEAT INDUSTRY SLAUGHTERMEN ON STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

THE MEAT INDUSTRY SLAUGHTERMEN ON STRIKE. j Two hundred slaughtermen at the city abbatolrs struck work to-day over a dispute regarding cleansing and lime washing 'tlte slaughtering pens.' There is likely to be a serious shortage of meat to-morrow. The Employes' Union secretary has placed the facts before the Commonwealth industrial registrar, who is going to ask repre sentatives of the employers to see ■him. Ft is probable that Mr. Justice •Higgins will call a compulsory confer ence, A leading employer says that this is the beginning of a strike in the meat industry.

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FEDERAL AND STATE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

FEDERAL AND STATE ELECTIONS. I Senator Barnes at a.meeting of the Ballarat Trades 'and Labor Council, moved that steps be: immediately ta« ken by the various trade unions in Melbourne with a. view of inducing the "Government to proclaim, as public, holidays election -days - in ;c,onnection., wfth the Federal and State. • Parlia*, ments. The motion, >hlch.-was favor ably received, was carriod; unanimous ly.

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SPORTING NEWS. ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

SPORTING MEWS. ATHLETICS. That marvellous old ped., Bill McManus, has apparently a good run : or two left in him yet. At tfie recent' Murchison.meeting he won the quar ter-mile handicap from 28 yds., and ran second to C. P. Cassidy in the j 220yds. handicap. 1). H. Daviue, the Stawell Gift winner, was third in the shorter race, and second in the event over 440yds. Mac, who is well known in Warracknabeal and the Wimmera, must be well over 40, and lias been racing for over, 20 years. tHow he has been enabled to keep go ing so long and still retain his fine Htjuuiutt- ami ...Mo is unequalled in this respect probably in the world, and is the marvel of the cinder path.

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

A Great Sufferer from Diseased Kid neys and Gravel. Quickly Cured by Dr. Sheldon's Gin ■■■ PHIS. . "I have' been a great sufferer for many yearswlth.Diseased Kidneys, Gravel and iScaldtog,"' writes .'Mrs. K. O'Grady; 8 Clayton street, Balmain, N.S.W. ''At ' times I was so bad I could not do my work. The" f ains in my back .were so severe in thdimorn tag that I was unable to get'out of bed without assistance, arid -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 many, different kinds of remedies, but derived no benefit whatever. One day I was speaking: to a. lady friend, and she strongly advised me to try, Dr. •Sheldon's Gin -Pills; ..I thought they ■would he just the same as the other remedies, but I "am happy to :say_ that' they -are the best pills I have ■ oyer come-aoross, for after taking the first dose I felt greatly, relieved, and I con tinued taking them, and after, a sm...

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WATERSIDE TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

WATERSIDE TROUBLE. No developments have taken place in connection with tlie waterside trou ble. A mass meeting of Hie men will be held either on Wednesday or Thursday.

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