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MINISTERS SUPPORT COLLEAGUE EULOGY OF MR. HUTCHINSON. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
MINISTERS SUPPORT COLLEAGUE I EUIjOGY of mil. hittohinson. •..Referring to Jlie Borung election, yeterday's ."Age" writes :—If neces sary, the Premier:.wlll address a meet ing on Mr. Hutchinson's behalf, and the fact that, Mr.-Watt left Saturday evening nextr.open from any, engage ments points to his going to his col .league's .assistance... The,Ministerial ists take .the attitude that if Mr. McRae claims to be a Liberal. it is unprecedented for. a Liberal to oppose one. of. the Liberal Ministers in his election. - In support of iMr...Hutchinson's,^can didature,. .the - Minister of public Works .on- .Saturday, observed, that it j might, be claimed without, any reflec tion on. any other country mem,ber. of the Liberal Party that Mr Hutchin son was, perhaps,, the most zealous and effective of members representing rural constituencies. During the past ten years, in which ;Mr. Hutchinson had had the honor of representing. Bo» rung, he had been largely instrumen tal in influencing the va...
WHEAT HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
WHEAT HARVEST. In 1913, -which covers most of last season, from January 1 to November 00, a -grand total of 1,014,76b bags of wheat was received in truck* at the Williamstown pier yards. Put &lt;>nd to end, in an unbroken line, these bags v ould covor the distance oC Victoria's greatest width over hilt and dale, more than two and a half times. If carefully stacked by a magician stack* er, one above the other, they would reach 315 miles into the air. The wheat crops at Navarre will 1 average about six bags. The oat crops are exceptionally good, and some farmers are stripping 14 bags per acre. .It- is expected that grain will be trucked from the Navarre station on the 1st February next. Rust has made its appearance in the wheat fields in' a few districts this season, and several farmers at Col binabbin, near Elmore, have suffered. Crops that would otherwise have yiel ded 12 or 13 bushels to the acre will now give no return. The seed was sown fairly thickly, and when the at ...
CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) Sir,—The letter of "True Liberal" In Friday's .Issue was inserted, .no doubt, with the Intention of "draw ing" the opponents, of Mr. Hutchin sou into making a. statement of his political offences, and tnereby give that gentleman an ..opportunity, of re plying to tUem when addressing the electors But I can.safoiy, say that the true reason for the opposition will not be acknowledged.;. Mr. Hutcliin son has on three previous occasions been relumed without serious chal lenge, although streuuouH efforts were made, by the same parly, wlio have i -.now .succeeded in .getting a nominee, to persuade someone to enter Into ni contest,: but could find no, ono courageous enough to espouse their cause. : Mr. Hutchinson possibly has made mistakes, both of commission and omission, and what politician lias not? And for these lie will be re quired to "give somo explanation, if called upon to do so. - But I unhesi tatingly say that the opposition on this occasion, has ...
POLLING PLACES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
POLLING PLACES. • Following In a complete list of..pol-J ling Places throughout the Bor.ung electorate:— Warracknabeal "Division.—-Warracl:* nabeal., Bangerang,- Slieep: Hills, ;-Kel lalac, Boolite, Areegra, Cannum -.East, Aubrey,-Willeuabrina,. Brim, Gaiaqull, j Beulah,- Kosobery, Roseberyf:East,,Ga laquil East, Yellangip East, and Nul •lau. iBircliip Division—iBircliip,: Marlbed, Curyo West, Ballapur, Curyo, Pine Grove, .Donald West, Watchem,, Mor ton Plaina, Witcliipool, Laen , North, Laen East,-Wilkur, .and Watchupga. Ounmnnkle IDivision.-nM'Inyip,. Ke well, Kewell -East, Laen, Coromby, Rich Avon West, Burrero,- Rupanyup, Lalat North, Lallat South, .Banyena, •Lubeclt. - Mnrtba, and .Dimmunkle South. |
NEW ZEALAND'S NEW STRIKE LAW. SECOND BALLOT COMPULSORY. £10 FINE WITHOUT APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
i NEW ZEALAND'S NEW j STRIKE LAW. j SECOND BALLOT COMPULSORY.! j £10 FTNE WITHOUT APPEAL. The Labor Disputes Investigation | Act, which was put through both | Houses in the closing days of the ses-1 sion, will come into operation on; April 1, 1014. It will apply only to so cieties of workers who are not bound by any award or industrial agreement under the Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act, and to the employer or employers of-such workmen. ; ' In the case of a dispute arising the 1 workers" union may give notice' in j writing to the -Minister of'Labor, spe cifying tlie parties to the dispute, and setting out the claims of the union. On receipt of such notice the Minister must either refer the matter to a Con ciliation Commissioner to inquire into and endeavor to effect a settlement of the dispute, or refer the matter to a Labor Dispute Committee, consisting of an equal number of representatives : of employers and employed (from (three to seven) and a chairman ap j pointed »...
THE ESSENDON SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
THE.-HSSENDON SEAT. Mr. Frank Keane, JjAbor oppon-; ent of Mr. Watt, will open his cam paign at Essendon this evening, when Mr. G- 'ElmBlie, lender of the Opposi tion, fa to speak." It is saiil that'ar rangements nro being made 10 iiierany flood the electorate wun Laoor. speak ers and organisers miring me Diogrean or the contest.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
Suffered Agony with Headaches. •I highly recommend Chamberlain's .Tablets to anyone who suffers from headnohes/; Bays Mrs. M. K. Berry, Marlborougli iRoad," Victoria Valley,: Tasmania. 'T suffered agony with headaches and tried ^almost ■ ■ every thing. Nothing did me: any. good until a friend recommended Chamberlain's Tablets, and. they Boon put me right again. Now I would not be without a box of Chamberlain's Tablets iu the house." Sold by Hutchinson and Co mi J. K. Woolcctt. J PHONE NO. 16, J. N. WOOLCOTT, Registered Dentist, Scott Street - - - Warracknabeal. Next Door to his Well Known Pharmacy. May be Consulted Daily. Hopetoun, Tuesday, January 13th ; Lascelles, Wednesday, January 14th; •Beulah, Tuesday, January 20th.
TWO MINERS FOUND DE[?] KILLED AT THEIR POSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
TWO MINERS FOUND BEf , KILLED AT THE|R POSTS:! Two miners, John Kirby, ,aged | Iyears,-.and •, Thomas Joseph, K| aged.-J..35, years, both married fig were' killed, at«Hie-Tasmania . nig Beaconsfield on- Fridav. They ,.«p foijnd dead in. block,557, at the feet level- They had been Killed ^ a fall of raitli which no one ^ nessed :
LAND OF REFORMS. AUSTRALIA DISCUSSED. GERMAN VIEW FAVORABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
I LAND OK .REFORMS. AUSTRALIA DISCUSSED. ; GEftMAiN V-IEJW FAVORABLE. j "The problem how to people Austra lia is one of the most attractive and instructive that can be presented," says Professor "Dr. Alfred Mnnes, the German economist, who loured through Australasia h few years ago, anci has published a booV under the name "The Continent ot Social Re forms." "Even though it be a fact," Pro fessor tManes states, "that tlie inter ior is unadapted for human habitation, yet many millions more, certainly ten times as many as at present, can live in those parts which are acknow* ledged by all to be well suited for set tlement. The country is so rich in undeveloped resources; it offers such extraordinary possibilities for susten ance when its productiveness is ra- : tionallv exploited that one can never 1 cease wondering how it comes that ( this fifth continent exhibits the ludi- ! crously small number of 4% million of inhabitants. And yet after all it is 1 easy to explain; this part of th...
A MAD FREAK. MAN DROWNED IN THE RIVE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
A MAD FREAK. | j ' ' iS MAN DROWNED IN THE RIVE® Without waiting .to divest him# of any clothing, a man who appea|| to be about 50 years of age, da«|j tfdwir tiYo.^oanA?n)/--i-iV«y^2l?LV&lt;?r Ym* near Princess Bridge, and !plnn& head first into the stream. No fe among the crowd which was abw knew him, but. "several persons he* him saying something about "gtp for a swim." Handicapped foj iiol clothing and His ago, the man |> jQufcWy,. in difficulties. His distif was noticed, and men went to nisfe, sistance, .but lie Hank in mid. strefe when assistance was only a .lev I away. *; |i Despite efforts at rescue, no furtf trace of the man was found until fe day morning, when .his.-body was j ed from the murky depths of |-> river, after persistent- dragging. body was taken to the morgu t Charles Tucker identified it as tin William 'Monk, .52, station hand. L cording to Tucker's statement, r dead man used to coine . down fu tile country, very frequently. He v. known . ...
AUSTRALIA'S WHEAT YIELD. RECORD HARVEST ESTIMATED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
AUSTRALIA'S WHEAT YIELD. RECORD HARVEST ESTIMATED. With the dawn of the New Year it Is usually possible to form a fairly accurate estimate of the total yield 5f wheat for the season throughout .he Commonwealth. The official figures ire not yet available in their entirety; aut, talcing the mean of the estimates ant forward by the statisticians of the Ufferent States and authorities in the iress, it appears probable that the to. ;al yeild for the Commonwealth will *e approximately 113 million bushels, vhich will establish a record, the laT rest previous harvest having been tbout 95 ^million -bushels lu 1911-12. "Jew South Wales put 900,000 more teres under crop in 1912-13 than were utftivated in v the previous year, and jxpects to secure in all a yield of near y 42 million bushels, being the largest vheat crop ever reaped in one Aus raliau State. The advance which' ^ew South Wales has made in wheat growing during: recent years is extra ordinary. She now not only stands ?asily at the h...
Melbourne Seats. ACTIVITY OF LABOR PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
Melbourne Seats. ,,ACTIVITY OF LABOR, PARTV. The'Premier, Mr. Watt, opened his ! campaign ftt Essendon last night. ! The Political Lalior, Leagues In the i Essendon and Prahran; electorates are j very 'busy preparing' to light the Pro- j mier and the Attorney-General on 15th j January. It 19 said that the head- [ quarters^of,the.Labor..-Party are not j keenly .pressing either contest. In j view ot a possible Federal election In 3914 they prefer not to blur tlie j ..successes In, MaribjTnong,. of , which J Essendon is., the centre, nndFawkner, w-lilch includes Prahran. Both Mr. Watt and Mr. Macklnnon are strong' er In their divisions than either Mr. Hume Cook or Mr., Falrbairn were In the same-parts which are subdivi sions of the Federal electorates of Jtarl byrab1Tg~^Rtc?ai:'fiR^.,;er. - - Titers a heavy railway vote in Essehdon,_a.nd the contest is likely to'be'keenly, con tested. Many ineri working in the Newport workshops live in and around Essendon. There are also many men in th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
Two Doses Give Relief. "1 am subject to\bowel, troubles which cause pain 'and inconveniencei" writes Mr. Alfred Wane, 185 Aubuyi Road, Auburn, Vic., "but two doaesof Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy give immediate relief. I- ant pleased to know* there in such a safe and certain remedy, as Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, and al ways keep a bottle handy." Sold by Hutchinson and Co. and J. N. Wool cott . PROFESSIONAL. 'Phone. No. 74. F. G. NEWMAN SURGEON DENTIST Qualified toy Examination. Registered by Dental Board of Viotoria, scott STRICT, WAttRACKNAlMSAIi/ tR?" (Opposite l'almer'a Cotl'oo l'ulace.) dates op next visit tfeiiutii, Tuesday, 13th January, 191*1; jHoiJototm, Wednesday, 14th January, 3 .>14. LADIES I I- T is truly said, "Many women , and girls suiter unnecessarily wrfen a little^knowledge may save them years of pain and misery.'1 '[This knowledge every woman will find in the "Natura" Health Guide, sent free on receipt of 2d. to cover postage. Address,...
ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
ATHLETICS. The Maryborough New Year's gath ering, which is .similar to that of Sta* well, was a great success this year. The gate receipts totalled £fi48, grand stand £68, and sale of pro grammes £78. 'E. Jennings, well known at Wimmera High land gatherings, won putting the 281b. stone with 29 feet 0% inch, and also putting the heavy stone. He liad iSl&feet, and his put was 84 feet 4'/& inches. He was beaten by MorrJssey in the light stone, and by Nome 38 feet 1 inch in tossing tho caber. R J. Carty, of Dimboola, was second in the high jump. The £100 Sheffield Handicap produced 24 starters in the t'2 heats, and was (finally won by 0, S. White, of Kensington, off 125X> yds., who ran. third at SUiweJJ, and second at Echuca on Boxing Day. Uy his win at 'Maryborough lie netted £250. E. Aminde was second off 11 yds., and won the sprint off 7!/4yds. R. R Ho gan, of Bircliip, won the hurdle race off 9 yds., and U, W. Chalmers, of Horsham, won the half-mile' off 42 yds. J...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
•9'4 W ISHES YOU ALL A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. BEST VALUES FOR THE NEW YEAR IN Millinery, Ready-to-wear Costumes, Laces, Ribbons, Embroideries and all Drapery. BES'i VALUES FOR THE NEW YEAR IN Men's, Youths' and Boys' Ready-to-wear Clothing. HatSj Shirts, Ties and Mercery. Tailoring. Tailoring. Tailoring. EVER FOREMOST FOR CUT — STYLE AND FINISH Begin , the New .Year .well by calling at.; JANES!,, far. all your CLOTHING and DRAPERY. ^ W.H." JAKES' WHERE EVERYTHING IS BEST BY ACTUAL TEST. J. Twyford, Builder and Contractor, ... ,v. The " Mallee " Joinery Works, Wooleott Street, Builds, to salt your reaulrements In any part of the Dlstrlot. Doom, Fly. Doors, Sashes, and Frames on hand and Made to Order. Wall Papers, Ironmongery, and allbuilding requirements supplied at Lowest llatos. Agent tor Royal Exchange Assurance Co., Forbes' Tube Trussed Equal lslns Swings. • Farmers call and Inspect. fCHAMBERLAlNS] COUSH REMEDY. tmssi isfcrnq m&y&® m®Mes&lt;$y tin...
FLAMES WORK HAVOC. FARMERS LOSE £1000. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
FLAMES WORK HATOC. j FARMERS LOSE'£1000. I Extensive damage was done by a | bush Are which broke out on Thurs* | day afternoon on Cochrane's Creek. It [swept six -miles of fencing, 150 acres | of crop, and 500 acres of grass. It also destroyed timber worth £150. I The main losers are A. and H. Ca I meron, H. Ward, and J. Olsen. Mr. [Ward's house was saved after a fierce I struggle. The flames were checked at 7 p.m. by 60 men. The damage is es-: I timated at over .£1000. i
WORLD'S WHEAT PRODUCTION SUPPLY AND DEMAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
WORLD'S WHEAT PRODUCTION SUPPLY AND DEMAND. The future wheat requirements of the world, and the sources of supply, are dealt witli comprehensively in the October issue of "Nature." whicli pub lishes an addvoss upon the subject Co liverod bv the president of the Geo graphical Section of the British As sociation for the Advancement of Science (Professor H. N. Dickson). The lecturer said that in 3S9S Sir Wri\. Crookes gave some valuable estimates of the world's supply of wheat, which, as lie pointed out, is "the most sus taining food-strain of the great Cauca sian race." Founding: upon these es timates, he made a forecast of the re lations between the probable rates of increase of supply and demand, and concluded that "should all the wheat growing countries add to their (pro ducing) area to the utmost capacity, on the most careful calculation the yield would give us only an addition of some 100,000,000 acres, supplying, at the average world-yield of 12.i bushels to the acre, 1,270,000,...
WIRTH'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
WIRTH'8 CIRC.US. ■Wirth Bros.' Circus Ltd.. described as the "greatest show on earth," opens in Warracknabeal on Friday, January 9th (one night only). There is al ways something about the circus that carries with it a universal appeal, especially so with . Wirih's Circus. Each year sees them coming along with more beautiful ladies, more cap tivating horses, finer lions and tigers, more ponderous elephants, and fun nier clowns than the last time. This year the spectacle is of more than or dinary merit. - Nearly. 100 performers comprise the company, and they in clude Dare Devil Desperado, who is to appear with Wirth's Circus, and will be seen in the most perplexing, be wildering, sensational heroic achieve ments among all the world's daring deeds. This act is truly the absolute pinnacle of combined human ingenui ty, bravery, and recklessness.. This wonderfully hazardous exploit is im possible of description. Even , after having been seen, no one can convey to another an idea of its ba...
NEWS OF THE DAY. MATERNITY BONUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 6 January 1914
NEWS OF THE DAY. .MATERNITY BONUS. Up to December 24, 1913, the Com monwealth had paid away £746,145 in maternity bonuses. ^CONSTRUCTION OF TELEPHONES. A return which lias been, prepareds for the information of the Postmaster General shows that on 31st December last there were throughout the Com monwealth 96,064 telephone lines con nected to 1032 exchanges, as against S5.45S lines connected to 927 exchan ges In 1911, and 27,713 lines connec fei) to 122 exchanges in 1902. FEDERAL PENSIONS. Of 117,441 old age pensions that had been granted up to December 24,1913, 24,041 have lapsed owing to death and 4118 have "been cancelled. The pen sions now in force number 89,282. In valid pensions now in force number 14,904. In all, IS,786 have been gran ted, but 3111 of the recipients have died, and 771 pensions have been can celled. SALARIES INCREASED. From the beginning of the year the salaries of a large number of State officers will be Increased by £12 to £124 each. This will be the second i...