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WARACKNABEAL CUP MEETING. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

1VARACKNAREAL CUP MEETING. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY NEXT. To-morrow will witness the opening day of the local Race 'Club's two days' meeting, which promises to be a re* cord gathering, provided the weather proves propitious. Everything is in good order, and a goodly number of horses have arrived. Yesterday morn ing a great number of horses were on the tracks, including Britannica, Prinz, ' Lady Edith, Yatla, 'Spearfish, Nether* | by, Junar, Thunder, Maggie M., Lord I Bingen, Ruapare, Theatre, Ballapur, Marlee, Lady Warrack.Miss Merriang, Half-Holiday, Lady, Our Jack, Merry Clem, Jewell, Jungle, Blythe Maid, 'Mount Palm, Bnvna, Yarrack, and Trentfield. Yesterday Ivy May and* •Renewed arrived, and Golden Prin* cess is expected. With sucli an array of visiting horses, which will be fur ther augmented to-day and to-morrow, good fields should -be assured, and some fine racing should be witnessed. The above lot repiesent good class, The ball will bo opened with the Hurdle Race, for which th...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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HARVEST THANKSGIVING. SERVICES AT METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

HARVEST THANKSGIVING. S» SERVICES AT METHODIST CHURCH, s Distressing weather militated against large congregations at thi ■Methodist Church on Sunday, ivhej 'the harvest festival was held, but des-\ plte the heat, the services were most; enjoyable.: Two anthems, "Ye shall. 'UvoU, iii the Imid," ami "ri'alse tbi liord," were rendered with good el-.; feet by the choir, under the leadership of 5fr. iN. J. ..Richards. Hiss Bevai presided at the organ. Rev. T. Alday was the preacher, and his addresses were followed with close attention. At the morning service Ms discourse was based. 011 the second chapter of Joel, which was divided into three sections, and dealt with ill an interesting way, the lessons con tained therein being given a modern application. The topics discussed were the judgments of God upon flu. people of Israel because of their In!-: delity, the exhortation to the peopl! to -repent, and the. glorious promise that great blessings would be bestow eil upon t'nem. In tlie eve...

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

Melba Open-Air Theatre. varied programme Race Nights, «u0' aoaday and Thursday.—Advt.

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WATER SUPPLY QUESTION. BETTER SERVICE ADVOCATED. CONFERENCE AT MURTOA. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

WATER supply better service advocated .CONPEUHNCE AT MU1!T0A In a recent, issue nu'iuioued r. § many tnvmcrs In this district «*| a'pprohensive with regard to Uiei| tsi urination of the Water Coromta|t not to run water along the - ■ till. the middle of the your. 5ISCVH.J the Dtllllniijl Some uneasiness (say kle "Standard") is felt by fanller 8 at tlio delay of the commission in „ running water alone the IUtin,K, and Lallat high level cliamiels ujg June and 'July this year, us some Wl them are already complaining shortage of stock supply, it Is c tended that at, least two mm , ter from Lake 'Lonsdale through tvj oiiannels should he 'arranged for;" nually, because many farmers not in a position to excavate ]a,!f| and eostiy storago tanks as rtemjiJ ded by the Water Commission. Tteri point to the fact that VavvtatVaJ Creelc and other watercourses »,{ allowed to continually run, and clafcsl that the starved channels above jl luded to are entitled to hotter atteo-l tton tlian they liavo ...

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STORAGE FOR WIMMERA. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

■STORAGE FOIt WTOM-BRA. Ill pursuance o£ the scheme tor Ij. proving the water supply for Wfa. meni district, the Water Commissi® lias adopted a plan for the Batyo Cat yo inlet channel and storage. The new storage is to be situated in ne parish of 'Rich Avon East, and it |s proposed that a regulator ])(. structed on tho Avon River, so thai the waters of the stream, which is it. | termittent, may be diverted Into tit Batyo Catyo swamp, iir which a stor. age of 4600 acre-feet can be secured. This storage will then be drawn i when necessary,, for a largo portion 1 of tho Wimmera district, known ai f the Sea Lake area. Tho work is s pected to furnish a very useful adji-[ tion to the extended Wimmera system [ now in force.

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NEWS OF THE DAY. ATHLETE DIES SUDDENLY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

HEWS OF THE DAY. . AT1I-U9TJ3 DlMS .SUDDENLY. AVIIIIam Cowan .Gray,-.SI, eldest son or Mrs. Janet Gray, storekeeper, of Lake Uoga, collapsed wlion on the Lake Uoga station. He was put on board a train and taken to a private hospital at Swan Hill, but lie died shortly after being., admitted. Gray took a leading part in crlcltet, toot ball, and other outdoor sports. REMARKABLE COINCIDENCE. ' A curious coincidence is noted in connection with the death at the Ara rat racecourse of a valuable mare own ed by air. P. D. Butt. This animal is the second that Mr. Butt has lost dur ing his 30 years' experience of livery stables, and strange to say botli hor ses were- bred irom the same mare, and the loss of both horses occurred at ttao racecourse during the holding of the club's annual race meetings. HALF-SOVEREIGN SWALLOWED. John Lynch, 43, employed at allvery stable in South Melbourne, called; it the -Melbourne Hospital and said that he had swallowed a half-sovereign, but an examination by m...

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CABLE NEWS. "HERALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. (PER REUTER.) DESTRUCTIVE FLOOD. TELEPHONE OPERATOR'S ACTION. SAN FRANCISCO, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 17 February 1914

I CABLE NEWS. "[TFHAJ-iD" SPECIAL SERVICE. (PER REUTER.) DESTRUCTIVE FLOOD. TELEPHONE OPERATOR'S ACTION. SAN FRANCISCO, Friday. 8 t telegram from Denver, Colorado, || ' a graphic description of a flood 1 fiipre ami tlie plucky action of a tele. 1 nirnic operator. The flood burst a I nil the Colorado River, and a 1 -nil of WIller 20 fcet 1,lf;h swept 1 the valley and wrecked the rall 9 ay 1)ridge. Tho Chicago express, | *.itll 150 passengers was due to cross i tlio bridge, hut Mrs. (Jamison, tele 8 |l0ne operator, though in danger of I L|llg drowned, stirtsk to her lustru. 1 ment lone enough to warn the next I sMtion. Flagmen were, sent out, and I tlio train was stopped close to the If wrcckod bridge.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

AUCTIONS. YOUNG- BROS., Auotioneers, Stoo'k and Station Agents, Land, Finanoe, and Commission Agents, HORSHAM, NHILL, HAMILTON AND WAHRACKNABEA1.. Branch Offices at Ararat, Murtoa, Mlnylp, Nhlil, Kupanyup, Dimboola, Casterton, Donald, Terang, Balmoral, and Qoroke; also Wolsley, S.A. AGENTS FOR: — DennyB, Lascelles, Limited, Wool and Grain Brokers, Stock and Station Agenta, Goelong and Melbourne. The Australian Mutual Provident Society. The National Fire Insurance Co. of New Zealand. The Ballarat Banking Co. Limited. The Australasian Mutual Live Stock Insurance Society Limited. And business arrangements with all the leading Arms of auctioneers In New South Wales and South Australia. Auction sales of Horses, Cattle, Sheep held at Horsham, Nhill, Hamil ton, Murtoa, Mlnylp, Warracltnabeal, Beulali, Hopetoun, Rupanyup, Donalu, Dimbooia, Kaniva, Natimul:, Goroke, Dunkeld, Casterton, Cavendish, Strath downle, Balmoral, Terang, and Lake Bolac. MONEY TO LEND AT LOWEST RATES. Warracknabea Sto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

WHAT A BLESSJNG. What a Messing it is. Sought,after by thousands. People are finding it out. Many a miserable man is happy now*. Nights of unrest, days of trouble. Any irritating skin disease means this. | Piles mean it. Eczema, just as bad, and just as liard -to cure. But Doan's Ointment does it. Relieves at once, and cures if you use it long enough. A specific for any irritation of the; skin. { A Messing tor a suffering public. I Here's proof of it— j Mrs. W. Giles, late of Gas street,j Warracknabeal, and now living in* Pinnaroo, S.A., says "I have great faith in -Doan's Ointment, because I have proved how good it is for itchi ness of the skin.. Jt never fails to cure. My husband successfully used this remedy for skin trouble. It gave relief as soon as it was applied, and is most beautifully soothing, besides healing very rapidly. •! have recom mended it to others, who speak as much in its favor as I do. Doan's Ointment is unrivalled for the cure of. itchiness of the skin." ; Nine...

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THE WOOL TRADE. SEASON IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

THE WOOL TllADE. ' SEASON IN VICTORIA. The regular wool selling season closed in this State on February The total disposed of in Victoria so far .this season amounts to 437,G48 bales—an increase of nearly 30,000 bales, compared with the corrospotul ing period of 1912-13. Cabled reports fron| Bradford denote a good position in that centre. TJie demand is active, andjihe market is.described as buoyant and("brisk. fBRlTISM WOOL SUPPLIES, liritish Board of Trade returns for December show imports of wool into t he (United Kingdom from each coun try.' The principal suppliers in the past two years were as follow : — 1012 1913 From— f<bs. Lbs. Australia 2S5.0C1.S74 265,07$,422 New Zealand 1S4,240,455 1S1,1S2,3SJ South Africa 120,604,699 15:1.224,202 Argentina 56.251.740 C»5.455,562 Uvaguay 9.614.036 9,657,702 South America. West Coast 23.S5S.752 00,709.797 British East (ndies 55,274,901 oi,Q4'»,47D France 20.531),573 24.-i92.V72 Other countries 42,399.657 47.350,395 Total 806.S55...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

CHEAP MONEY. Gilbert Orerar, LAND. COMMISSION, ANJJ FINANCIAL AGENT, Scott Street, Warracknabeal. WISHES to intimate that he hue (Money available on Freehold and Leasehold Securities, at Lowest Kates of Interest. Also Good Farms throughout the Wimaiera and Western District for Sale. For particulars, ap ply— OFFICE, SCOTT STREET, Next A. Taylor's Store. THE NAME DISCACIATI, ON a Photograph is a Guarantee of High-Class Quality and Permanence. Our up to date Studio, in charge of a skilled operator, is fitted with the latest and best appliances for tha production of artistic portraits. The New Studio, SCOTT ST., WARRACKNABEAL. WARNING. OPTICAL, QUACKS are' very nu merous . in this : country. They travel from house to house preying upon the weak and old with promises of marvellous cures of all kinds of "eye troubles," with a patented "fam ous fictitious uamed lens." From itime to time I have tried to warn you. Optioal Fakers are. in the country every week. Reliable men do not travel Irom...

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WOMAN DIVES TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

WOMAN DIVES TO DEATH. After suffering all night in the Prince Alfred -Hospital, Sydney, -Mrs, Lilian Stewart, 32, of Redfern, dived through the window of the institution aud was dashed to death on the con crete, 30 feet below. . She was suffer ing from eczema.

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HORSHAM RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

HORSHAM RACE CLUB. The following are the weights'for the above meeting * Flying Handicap—-Moon .Moth 9.4, Ruapare 0.2, Valwick 9.0, Piateer 0.0, Embrasene 8.13. Lady Warrack S.12, Bob Casey 8.6, Spearfisli 8.6, Prisons 8.6, British Lass 6.12, Spontaneous .6.12, Bobinski 6.12, Belle Moore fi.12, Jennie Wren- 6.12, -BaUapool 6.7. Horsham Cup-—Stick Up 11.12, De« molition 10.7, Yatla 9.0, Ruapare 8.10, SpearfisHi and Hopevate 8^0; Florrio Park 7.13, Miss Merriang 7.10, Kid man 7.6, Ecuador 7.4, British Lass 7.f2, Byock 6.10,. Bobby Dear 6.7. La-dies' Bracelet—Valwick ll2.2, Boy Casey 11.9, McDougall 10.10, Doctor .Tack and Fiery Bob 10.9, Davey 10.7, Wimmera King and Bobby Dear 10.0. 'Hurdle Race—Neil Geddes ll.G, iCranley Chase 10.12, Ballaptir 10.7, iMerrinlta 10.2, Duke 9.12,- Ivy May 9.10, Netherby 9.4, Krotli 9.0. Handicap Trdt—Lady Patch, scr.; Aurolia, Caspar and Commonwealth, 10 yds. bhd.; "Feather, Our Jack, Ma? Wilkes, and Sinking Fund, 30 yds. iblid,;; Winsome Childe, 40 yds...

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AILSA RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

AILSA RAINFALL. Mr. C. A. Schneider has supplied us ■with the following particulars oC the rainfall at Ailsa for the years 1912 and 1913 :— 1912 1913 January .. .. nil .. 6 February .. .. 117 .. 181 March • • • • 52 .. 145 April .. -. 55 - .. 63 May .... .. 28 .. 157 June • • .. 217 .. 19 July 115 74 August .. . 99 .. 124 September .. 338 .. 325 October 32 .. 194 November .. 151 .. 43 December .. 183 89 1487 .. 1420

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SOMNAMBULIST'S PERILS. FALL FROM UPSTAIRS BEDROOM, MAN'S LEG BROKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

! SOMNAMBULIST'S PERILS. ; FALL FROM UPSTAIRS BEDROOM, MAN'S LEG BROKEN. ; A commercial traveller representing i Messrs. Brelieny Brothers and Kcuna, jot' the Warrenheip Brewery, uiot [ -with a painful accident at Donald | (-writes the "Mail"). Mr. Jas. Early I booked a bed at the Royal George Ho | tel, and as lie was in the habit of j walking in his sleep he endeavored to I secure a room on the ground floor, | hiit the licensee was unable to aceom ; niodate the "visitor in this l'espect, and I he was shown to an apartment on the | first floor. Before retiring he locked i the door and blocked egress through I the window by placing the washstand i on front of the opening. His efforts (in the latter direction proved unavail ; ing, however, as at about 2 a.m. t-ho other inmates o£ the hotel were awak ened by a loud crash proceeding from the room, and it was ascertained that the unfortunate man had violently flung the washstand and ware from its place, and either fallen or jumped •Irom ...

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TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

TURF. To-morrow the "W.A.TjC. meeting will be concluded. at-Oaulfield. The 'principal item will- be the richly eu« dowed Futurity -Stakes, with special weights and allowances; Several New market .Horsps are engaged, and the field Includes the best sprinters on tihe tracks. The imported horse, Dg-. fence, is fancied, and these imported horsas frequently . 1%'in, because they gel in at. the minimum weight Wo expect to see Scobie win with AUDA CITY, who should he just suited by seven furlongs. VALXDO or OR. FENCE may be close up. Good entries have been received for j the Horsham Turf Club meeting, to bo held 011 25th and.. 26th February, weights for the principal events for , which appear elsewhere. The track is in good order, and a splendid meet ing is anticipated. Holiday excursion fares will be available from JMth to the 27th »inst. Nominations for tho Maiden Plate, Trial Stakes, and Opi?n* Hack iHace close with the secretary (Mr. Bond) at. 0 p.m. on 24'th fast.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

Regularity of the Bowels. THE FIRST LINE OF DEFENCE AGAINST ILL-HEALTH. "Wlieu the bowels are clogged tho waste matter decays and ferments and enters the Blood, and is curried to nil parts of tho body, producing Head aches, Biliousness, Sleeplessness, Heartburn, Loss of Appot-ito, Indica tion, Neuralgia, .RlieumaUsuir, nnd various other ailments disturbing tho Heart and Nervous Systo-'n; and if continued is liablo to cause- inflamma tion of the Bowels, Liver, and Kid neys. To maintain a healthy system the bowels should operate at least once .overr 24 , hours. This is one of Na , tures wise provisions which is too often ignored, and the result is untold ' Buffering. ; Women and children sire the greatest offenders, but why such should be tho case is a problem to be solved. "Having read nbcut Dr. Morse's In dian Root Pills," writes Mr. John Enchres, Storekeeper, of East Bour bon Streets Buudaoerg, Q'ld, "and-be iflg a sufferer for ■ tnroo years from Rheumatism and Constipation, in fai...

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JEPAR1T RACES. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

JEPAR1T RACES. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. The sixth annual meeting of the Jeparit Turf Club was hold on Friday, and In every respect proved a record. Splendid fields started, in each event. Details':— ■ Trial Stakes, G turlongs—A. Cliad dqrtou's Correction, 8,4, 1; T. McPfiee's Veu Error,-8.11, 2;' H. Oa>' wtth's- Misprise. 9;0, 3. EHght others, 3 to l winner. District' Matdon Hacjc Race,' a fur- :' longs—H. OamefQU'n Dimglow, 1; H. Blake's Glottloo. S; Ji. Slara's BliHSlight, 3. 2 to 1 winner. j Jeparit Cup, lVt miles—E, Pope's Ballapur, 7.8, 1; J. Fisher's Iloperalo, 9.7, 2; T; Dickenson's Yaapeet, 9.0, 3. Three Starters. Betting—Even money against Yaapeet, 2 to 1 each Ballapur and Hopevale. Won hy a short-head. Time, 2min.; 15 3-5secs. Novelty Pony Race, Jour furlongs It. Mile's Mttle Skinner, 6.10, 1; G. Pope's L/ady"Mary, 8.5, 2; j. Boulton'8 Jewell, 8.0. .. 1 other starters. Evens winner. Hotels' . Handicap 6 . furlongs—T. Sleep's Ivy May, 6.10, j; a. Chadder ton's Correction, G...

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SPORTING NEWS. BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

SPORTING NEWS. BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP. .rack Johnson, in a letter, describe the offer of a purse of £5000, mado by the National Spontlnsfllub recently hs absolutely ridiculous. The cliaui pion states tlia't he requires .CS000, win, lose, or draw;- Johnson ncldcil that he is going to meet Prank Moran and afterwards "Gunboat" Smith, hi eaoli of those contests lie is getting his own price.

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AUCTION REPORTS. MESSRS. YOUNG BROS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

AUCTION REPORTS. MESSRS. YOUNG BEOS. Messrs. Young Bros, report a small yarding of all classes of stock at their Horsham yards on Saturday last, 14th last. About 100(1. sheep wore sold. Only one lot- was not disposed of, ' Forward merino wethers made 13/6: others, 11/0, 10/4, 9/.G; ewes, 10/; spring ers made £4 5/; heifers, £2, 2/ to £3 11/. On Wednesday/. 11 th. inst., a large clearing: sale,account Mr. C?.., G. F. Niewand, WUlfui'ra, took placer 9 horses and plant [realised good va lues. On Wednesday, 11th inst., a good sale eventuated account Mr. Jno. McKenzie. Beulah, arid!4.houses, 5 cattle, 300 sheep, and large plant sold well. Foals made £10. aged horses £23 10/; cows. £7 15/, £7 10/; heifers, £4; piano, £35; binder., £20 f>/. etc. On Thursday. 12th inst.. at Minyip stock sale, splendid values ruled, and the whole of the 1000 sheep yarded were sold in quick time. On Thursday, 12th inst., account Mr. Jno. D. Snow*. Coniston Estate, near Ara rat, a splendid clearing sale too...

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