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STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

STAR PICTURES. A largo and appreciative audience | attended the Star Theatre on Wednes-! day evening, when a splendid pro-1 gramme "was presented, the onlookers? j showing their appreciation by fre;! qtient outbursts of applause. Some | excellent dramas were screened, not. | ably, "The Silent House," "Birds of j Prey," and "Through Another Man's j Eyes," all three 'being watched with ' the keenest interest -throughout. Tho star picture, "Greater Love hath no Man," was a splendidly portrayed dra ma, some very exciting and stirring scenes being witnessed as the realistic story was unfolded. "Williamson's Animated News" disclosed some very interesting events of recent date iu other parts of the world, the most notable being, first •air race from Hen* don to ©riglitou, Fulham versus Wool' wich Arsenal ifootball match, meet of famous staghounds, international 'hoc. key match, when England desfeated Germany, Lord Mayor's 1913 show at London, and England's most famous | pack of hounds. Muc...

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

Got Very Weak. j "My boy Jack was very bad with j Diarrhoea," writes Mrs. M. Lee, : Forbes, N.S.W. "For quite a fortnight j he was ill and got very weak. My j husband bought a bottle of Chamber j Iain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, ! and to our surprise one dose complete ly cured hio." Sold by Hutchinson and Co. ai;-1 J N. Woolcott. Ceiling Ventilators Large variety of richly em bossed and perforated patterns, at prices ranging from 1/6 each. ALSO Special Ceiling Ventilators for Public Malls. Schools, Churches, etc.. approved by the Board of Health. Handsome Free Catalogue. ._.3?/4 . It contains everything suitable for i 0ii gifts to man, child. a blades are presented ti FORSTER" The Jeweller, 2045aiib St., Collingwood, Melbourne. THO.NK. No, 15. j J. N. WOOLCOTT, 'j> Registered Dentist, Scott Street - - - Warracknabeal. Next Door to blB Well Known Pharmacy. May be Consulted Daily. Hopetoun, Tuesday, February 7th ; Beuhih, Tuesday, February 24th; Las* celles, Wednesday, February 2...

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ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA PICTURES. There were full houses at the Melba Theatre on Wednesday and Thursday (race nigh'ts), when two superior and splendid programmes were 'presented. Included in the programmes were great star productions, and the audiences were enthusiastic. in their applause. "The dead secret" is one of the many artistic high art pro j ductions, and was 4000 feet In length, i Another superior picture was "Czer nowsky," 4000 'feet, a Russian master piece dealing with the sins of a young girl'who endeavors to inherit a count's fortune, and schemes and plans to re move the count after he has left the will in her favor. She is unsuccessful iu her plans, tand >is thwarted toy the hero, a Russian peasant. One of the many dramatic films was, "The Win-1 ! dow on Washington Park," a story of! I the life of an old man, who is found j by a millionaire and taken from tho j street, bench into his mansion. Tho i old 'man's life had been wrecked by ■ his daughter, who ran away with a...

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SHIRE VALUATIONS. HEARING OF APPEALS. A LENGTHY LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

shire valuations. HEARING OF APPEALS. A LENGTHY UST. Cotttt on ^dne^Tyi. g. 'Pitcher ap, G, Smith. •■ - lhe ghlr0_ P««?* was «>o appellant in the John 1 - explained by Mi\ II,-St cftS^' nrraugemont had been pllcho!'' between the shire and Mr. ■ come to b valuali0„ from fiTo nossto red» » .h 1)een maAe. ^■nVX was redded according Vrwss^-^®! ra 1 , and water rates, insurance tha, ..he upkeep of premises had to and Under the Act the rental C,C was la HI down as the fnir to. Vu tt was inexplicable, after mans vears, that Uicae appeals should have i,een launched. In nearly everj in mance the rating was less than lab vear, and it. was extraordinar.v th.it is people should have put then- heads together to have a shot at the coun cil Property in War.racknabeal had not deteriorated. The position was as sound to-day as over it had been. Mr. Wright Smith said it was con sidered that tiie valuations, generally speaking, were too high. John -Bevan appealed against the va luation of £15 put 01...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 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, 3 Clayton street, Balmain, N.S.W. "At times r.Tvas. so bad I could not do my wo^k.' .The pains in my back were-so severe; in the morn ing tlmt I was unable to get out of bed without assistance, and when I stooped to plot 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 ine to try Dr. Sheldon's Gin Ellis. I thought they would foe just the same as the other 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 I was...

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

PERSONAL. Rev. T. A!day Soft Warraeknabeal on Wednesday to attend the annual conference of the' Methodist Church. On Sunday week the .pulpit at the lo cal church will be occupied by the Rev. T. C. Rentoul, and in the after noon lie -will .visit Aubrey and conduct a service there. ■Mr. R. S. Hart, who lias been iu tha employ of Mr. H. W. Oakley, solicitor, for the past three years, is about to leave Warracknabeal,.. having secured an appointment as managing clerk to Mr. A. W. Long, solicitor, of .Ballarat, An active young man, Mr. Hart has during his term here,;been entliusiaa tic In connection with various bran ches of sport, as well,as the Fire Bri gade, and has made himself very popu lar the townspeople. H'ia friends will wish him every success in his professional career. Mr.. R. H. Nottle, Who, was farming for many years at AVillenaiiriua, but who' is now settled at. Wyalong, New South Wales, is; on "a visit to this dis trict, and lias 'been delighted to renew his acquaintance wi...

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

CRICKET. The following will represent Banger ang in their match with Beulali to-mor row—Jtossiter (2), McLean (3), Van glian (2), Scown, Byron, Emmett, and Tesgue.

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

Genuine SALE Where Everything Is Best by Actual Test." DISCOUNT ON ALL SALES. 'fhia Liberal Discount is allowed on. all Lines bought for Cash during Sale;-excepting where they, are thrown out on the Bargain Tables, when tlioy are marked still lower. ' ftffitijffiiv* , ' WE DO NO"l\buy old and shoddy stocks to market low figures, but offer our stock of regular linos at Riidculous Reductions. WE ALWAYS. MAINTAIN our motto by seeing first that tile quality is right, and then buy at the lowest possible price for cash, hence we are in the position to give you the Best at the Lowest Price. FOB THE LAST TWO WEEKS Wo are making a still further onslaught on Prices, and quote a tow lines of the many offering. 36-Inch Pure Close Weave Calico, was tS/6 doa.; now, 4/11. 30-Inch OSMAN Flannelette, worth 6/11; now, 4/11 doz. Creme. 5 2S-Inch Mai#; Cloth, strong aprou cloth. Worth 8%d.; now, Gd. 72-Inch Pure OSMAN White Sheeting, guaranteed pure and good. Worth 1/ll yd.; now, l/i% Big, Absorbent To...

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

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HEROIC BOY PRAISED. MOTHER'S LIFE NOT IN VAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

HEROIC BOY PRA1SKD. MOTHER'S LIFE NOT IN VAIN. Sir Alexander Peacock, Minister for Education, intends to have verified •the facts published concerning the heroic conduct of William Henry Ba con, aged 10yZt who is reported to have displayed such filial devotion and resource In endeavoring to ob« tain help for his dying mother at, Coonamble, Xew South Wales, on j Monday, and to have the story re-told ' in the Victorian "School Paper." "The lad was apparently a little j brick," said the Minister. "The mo. j ther who gave birth to such a son j •and reared him till, at 10 years old, j he began to -play the part of a man, j had not lived in vain, though her life ( was cut short too soon. The mother 1 collapses while hanging out clothes at the family's home at ail out-of-the way place called Dead Man's Water, hole. The lad not only gives her all the first aid he can, but in order that nothing may happen to his little brother and .sister while he seeks 1 help, he takes them with him in a bo...

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THE HARVEST SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

THE HARVEST SEASON. J At Pintiaroa the total quantity of ■wheat delivered to date is 113,000 bags. Something in the nature ol a record was established at tfce Wellington rail way yards, IST.-S.W., the other day, when 97 waggons, many of them 10 and' 12 horse teams, discharged their produce In till, 4000 bags of wheat, 2S0 bags of oats, and 13 tons of chaff were 'brought from the farms to the railway during the day, and the whole of the produce was unloaded and stacked by ftva meu. According to compulations made in Sydney, the wheat yield for the pre sant season, including 3.000,000 bush* ols carried over from last year, will total 31,000,000 bushels. The Govern ment estimate issued in December last is considered nearly ten million bushels above the actual returns. U U thought that the discrepancy in the estimate and the yield was brought about by disappointing crops in the later districts. There appears to be a steady in crease in the quantity of wheat, oats, and barley grown each y...

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WARRACKNABEAL RACES. TWO DAYS, MEETING. GOOD FIELDS AND KEEN CONTESTS. CUP WON HY GOLDEN PRINCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

waRracknAbeal races. TWO DAYS' MEETING. GOOJ> FIELDS AM) KEENOONTKSTS. CUP WON HY (JOT,DEN PRINCESS. Officers :—President, Mr. C. H'ood line; vice-presidents, .Messrs, li. Ro gers, w. R iSchlckerlltig, II. McKenzie J. Ryan, and D. Mc'Comb?; secretary, Mr. J. Mottram; judge, Sir. If. Hayes;' i clerk of scales, Mr. C. Quint; time- j keeper, Mr. T. Faull; starter, .Mr. .r. Came; assistant starter, Mr. P. FCellj clerk of course, Mr. K. Cameron; trea' j surer, Mr. !■'. Rudd; auditor, Ml", it. j, Pearson; scratching steward, .Mr, W. 'Saunders; stewards, Messrs, ,T W Thomas, J. Pitcher, J. Ryan, I). Ro sers, and D. McCombe; stipendiary steward, Mr. D. Braniilgan (Mel bourne) ; liandicappers,' horses, Mr. A H. Cox; ponies, Mr. A. J. Gray; trot! Mr. ,1. J. Kelly, .Hon veterinary sur geon, Mr. T. Mepstead. The race meeting of the Warrackna beal Club, which was held 011 Wednes day and Thursday, created more than the usual -interest, owing to the fact that the cluli had decided to launch out...

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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

BALLARAT MARKET. There was a light yarding of only 202 cattle alt the Ballarat market on Tuesday. Prices for all descriptions ruled fully equal to those of the pre vious week. Prime bullocks £11 to £12, extra £A?» to £14 7/G, good £0 to. £10 .12/(5, useful £5 to £6. Calves —Sixty penned, best selling to £5. Sheep—470$ penned, late high rates being fully maintained. Prime cross bred wethers sold :from 10/ to 20/, extra 21/ to 22/, heavyweights to 25/, good IG/G to 17/G, useful 14/G to 15/, prime ewes 17/ to 18/, extra 19/ to 21/, good 15/ to 1G/, useful 13/6 to 14/G, prime merino wethers 17/6 to 38/41, good .15/0 to 16/6, useful 13/6 to 14/G. Lambs—2207 to hand. The demand was again very brisk, late high rates being fully maintained, clos ing very firm. Prime (shorn) 1G/ to 17/, extra IS/ to 20/. good 14/ to 15/, useful 12/G to 13/G. Among the sales were the following: —Sheep—75. comeback ewes, Mr. H. Mitchell, Warracknabeal; GG comeback wethers, Mr. A. Bannerman, Brim, to IS/3, aver...

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OBITUARY. MR. DONALD McLEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

OBITUARY. MR. DONALD McLEAN. : A former resident of "Sheep Hills, Mr. Donald McLean, died kat Beverley, West Australia, on :Tuesday. Deceas ed was very; highly respected. , MR. JOHN O'.CALIjA'GH'AN. Mt Jofhn O'Callaslran -died at his home, Massey, last week. Though lie had been ailijig for some months, 'the' news of his death came as a shock to his friendH. Deceased, who was only. 34 years, of age, was the second son' of Mrs. 'Bridget O'Callaglian, and tlio late 'Daniel O'Callaghan. Ho was i born at Wltchipool, and was widely j known 'throughout the district, where i lie was . generally respected for. ihls manly qualities. , A few years ago de ceased was prominent In sports and j athletics. ' One of his favorite sports \ I was .trotting. ■ ■ "

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BEULAH. SWIMMING CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

BEULAH. (From our Correspondent.) ■SWIMMING CARNIVAL. The Beulali Swimming Club held a ' sports carnival at the baths on Wed 1 nesdny. The -weather was exceedingly wann, and though it did not affect the competitors in the various events very much, it interfered a good deal with the attendance. However, there van ■ a nice mim'ber present, a good propor tion being ladies. The various races were well contested, and a good deal of enthusiasm was evoked when a close finish resulted, as in the case of the Open Handicap and the Ladies' Nomination Race. Good entries were received for the different races, and competition was keen. The results were :—Hoys' Race—Herbert Jackson 1, Reg Cust 2. Open -Handicap—-J. Sayers 1. A. Home 2. Best Exhibition Diving—T. (Jardlner I, R. Chandler 2. ' Ladies' 'Nomination Handicap—A. j-Horne 1, R. Chandler Duck Hunt j —.T. Harris. Breast Stroke Competi tion- Bennetts 1, IT. Leslie 2. Fancy Costume Race—A. Home J, W. Ni chols 2. Cork Race—.T. Bennetts (34 cork...

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SECOND DAY. OPPRESSIVE WEATHER CONDITIONS. HORSE AND RIDER DISQUALIFIED. FAIR RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

second day. OPPRESSIVE WEATHER CONDI TIONS. HOHSK AND RIDER DISQIIAUFIRD. FAIR RACING. The oppressive weather of yester day militated against tlie iiUeudariee, Hid the gate win; much below 'that o£ Wednesday, the total amount > being £35. Still there was a fair at tendance, and during the afternoon a strong wind made matters more plea sant, !ind the sky became cloudy. The temperature ' stood at 107. The racing was good, although • tho fields" were small.. ■ In the Hurdles Neil Geddes "Avas favorite, but he lost his rider, and a great finish was wit nessed between Netiierby and The Duke. Four iiorses -started in the Trial Stakes, and Ivy May was made a liot favorite at 6 to 4 on, and slie jus tided the confidence by winning, but the stewards deemed, it necessary to hold an inquiry into the riding of Jin gle Town, and both iliorse and rider was disqaulifled for six months for not trying to win. Tilie Broung Han dicap produced a splendid race, Ecna-: dor just winning on 'the post fr...

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THE RAACING. GOOD FIELDS AND KEEN CONTESTS. HURDLE WINNER FAILS TO DRAW WEIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

the racing. GOOD FIELDS AND KEEN CON TESTS. HURDLE WINNER FAILS TO DRAW WEIGHT. ■ Tha racing opened with the Hiirdlo) Ilticv, for u'lilcli six of tlie mtio, en trants wont to. the post. Tins Bal larat horse, Neil Geddes, TMas made favorite, but was unfortunate, in, 'that after winning nicply his rider failed to draw Hie weight, and tlie race was awarded to . Duke. Some of the lead b'y; some means slipped out of the bag. It was ia. fair race, but was not without accident.. At tlie second: Jump, Timid Bill fell, and. Mil1oV, the rider, loolted; to have a nasty fall. v. On examination at the hospital, wliere lie was driven In a motor, it was ifound 'lie lmd brolieu hlo-collttrtrone. In - th^-second round Balhipnr ran-up-.to Noil Geddes, wjib was 'leadings! atMlrrtljey' 'rawed to the seventh -hurdle together, but Ballapur fell; and left Neil Geddea well in the lead. Ai the last Jump Misprise caao down, but neither of the riders were injured. Neil Geddcs won unsily from Duke, who finishe...

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THE PEOPLE'S PARTY. ACTIVITY AT DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

I THE PEOPLE'S PARTY. ACTIVITY AT DONALD. At. a meeting of the Donald branch of bite People's Party at the -Shire Hall on Saturday there was a large ■attendance, and a fair amount of en thusiasm was infused into the proceed ings. Mr. H. S. Pope, vice-president, pre sided, and explained that the object of the meeting was to set their house ,U\ order In \ie\v of the reports re» ceived that a double dissolution of the Federal Parliament was likely to take place at an early date. . Mr. Geo. Cruiksliank (secretary) read a mass of correspondence from lieadquArters. It urged that frequent meetings should be held in view of the i situation ineutloned being forced on j the Ij^bor Party. Gratification wan' expressed at the progress made by the j People's Party. Since 'March last i •1500 members had been added to the ; ^-organisation, to which Donald had 1 i contributed a fair number. The letter j urged all members to show activity •In connection with the coming crisis. .Mr. Cruiksliank gave a...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. MALLEE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

NEWS OF THE DAY. MAI,L,EE LAND. This week's Issue of the "Govern* ment Gazette" contains particulars of raallee country in the parishes of Burra and Coonimur, which is being made available for application. There will be 40 lots in all, and the total area represented will be nearly 29,000 acres of first, second, and third class land. This is situated to the north west of .Swan Ilill, and adjoining the land already dealt with in the parishes of Piangil and Piangil West. The land will be open to 28th .March next. LA'ND VALUES OPPOSED. At a meeting of farmers at Newlyn It was decided to protest against the valuations of land made by the valuer for tliis year. Sir A. J. Peacock and Mr. McLeod, M.L.A., were present, and had a lively time answering ques tions. One speaker said that the va luer declined to go over his property, as he lvad previously been over it" when coursing. Yet it was over 30 years since there had been any cours ing at Newlyn. j JEALOUSY FATAL. I Jealousy was the cause ...

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

Disordered Liver. "For disorders of the liver and sto mach there is no bener medicine than Chamberlain's Tablets,'! :,writo3 Mrs. Margaret XV Watson.V Emerald, Q. i "I suffered with: bad headaches caused by ^disordered liver. Hearing my customers speak soil ^ighly of Cham berlain's Tablets I-, thought I would try what ;th6ywould ,do: for me. After tlie first few-doses I noticed an im provement, and after I had taken a couple of ' boxes : found myself- aulte relieved' of headaches,, which have not returned.";: Sold by Hutchinson and CO. and J. N; WooIcottV

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