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CONRAD POWER COMPANY. TELEPHONE GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

CONRAD POWER COMPANY.! TELEPHONE GOSSIP. Hello, exchange! give me 198 please. Hello, is that you, Florrie? Yes, who's speaking? Why, don't you recognise the voice? Is it Dick? The very', same; 'lvow are you enjoying the heat? Oil, it's too hot, Dick. Say, Florrie, have you heard the news? No, Dick, Why, it's all over 'the town. What is Dick? That Conrad Power Dramatic Coy. is coining. Don't you remember them? Rather. That was the crowd that played "KUlarney," wasn't it Dick? Yes, and by jove what a beau tiful performance, too. I never wit nessed anything like ft. What are you going to play this time, Dick? One of the finest comedy dramas ever seen here, entitled, "I Have Repaid." Say, who .have they got tills 'time? Let me see. There's Miss Ada Lawrence, direct from William Anderson's, with Messrs. Walter Dagleisb, from the same firm, David Clarke (you remem ber him), Gerald Poole, from Mel lille's Tliea'tre, London; E. J. Chappie, % character actor of repute;. Syd. Danewood, assist...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

■Simply Wonderful "My little girl Zelda suffered so con tinuously with- croup that I began-to think slie would never got better, writes Mrs.* Gaunalett, 16#, Adelaldr Road, Newtown, N.Z. "Seeing Cliar*. berlaln's Cough Remedy advertised I thought I would try It, and could_ sea a 'eliaifgo In 'her-straight'away; :_It is simply wonderful how quickly Cham berlain's Cough Remedy .relieved the ohlld." Sold ' by Hutchinson and. Co. sod J- N. Woolcott. COMMENCE THIS MORNING A The Adelaide Bargain Company Huge . Clearing Out Sale Of Gunn's Stock. Drapery and Clothing at Ridiculous Prices. We iiavu bought the Stock at an ENORMOUS DISCOUNT FOR CASH, and arc Clearing it right out. Piles of Job Purchases at Wonderfully Low Prices, bought for Prompt Cash by our Adelaide Buyer, at n Big Discount. Monster Bargains Dally. DRAPERY AT A >1AW AND A QUABTKR 'I'll 10 USUAL PRICES. COME EARLY AND SKCURK FIRST CHOICE. Everything: Absolutely Slaughtered. ABC The Adelaide Bargain Company, late GUNN'S STO...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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MOTOR OAR ON FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

MOTOR OAR ON FIRE. ? A Ford motor ear standing outoide I the residence o£ Mr. Colin Campbell, Avon Plains, had, on Saturday eveiK ihg, a narrow escape from total des truction by fire; The driver was Ill ling the tank with petrol, and as it was dark had to use a lamp,'and it is believed that the heat from the latter ignited the petrol, causing an immense blaze, and. compelling tihe driver to drop the tin, whereupon the flaming liquid splashed over, the oar and in a few moments it was also, on'.fire.1'The situation was rendered .more exciting by the fact.' that when the Are .occur red threeoi'Mr. Campbell's grand children were aeated lu the car. .They were terrified;at the occurrence, but wex;e quickly removed from, the danger zone unhurt. The lire was extinguish, ed with much difficulty, but the body of the car, upholstery, and one of the wheels were so badly damaged that it is estimated that it will - necessitate an expenditure of £100 to put things right, The car was the property o...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKET8. meat, 3/371. . Flour, 13/9. .' Bran, 1/1. Pollard, 1/1. ; Factory butter, 1/2. Dairy butter, 7d. and 8d. " Eggs, Sd. .■ Melbourne Press Quotations:— Factory butter, ll%d. Dairy butter, 8%d. to 9'/&d. " Eggs.lOd." 1 (By Wire.—'Melbourne, Thursday.) : Wheat,. fl'ra, -3/9 'A alongside, ;3/9 ex-store; oais,-; milling, 1/10%; fe,ed^ imt. . /. :V--' ■

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

To Do Others Good. «j have been living In s-™ Q'fen» land for 13 years "wrltea.Mr. J. it. Tindale, Editor „ of, tUo^Cuanamulla "Watchman" • "Durlu& that.tiiQG liavo been subject to attacks of Dlarr hopia' and • have alw»ys;:tound,Cbaua i tola'in's Colic and Diarrhoea ReMBdy 'to auiclcly rcliova inc. I can rec?°\ MTt to anyone BufreHng from t^t complaint. You may u^thls letter o^M2 Sold ,^y Hutchinson and Co. sad J. N. Woolcott.

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ACTION TO RECOVER DEBT. AN ASSIGNMENT CASE. PLAINTIFFS UNSUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

ACTION TO RECOVER DEBT. j AN ASSIGNMENT CASE. WjAJNTTFFS unsuccessful. At the Police Court on "Wednesday, before iMr. W. G. Smith, P.M., Dally and Co. proceeded -against Mrs. Troy 'Ward ifor £50, moneys received, or had toy her for plaintiffs, on assign . ment by W. A. Ward. Mr. Wright [ Smith appeared for the plaintiffs, and Mr. R. J. Wilmoutli, of Horsham, for the defendant. •In opening he case, »Mr. Wright •Smith said Wm. A. Ward owed Dally and Co. 'a considerable sum of money. The firm got a verdict against him, and then a fraud summons was is* sued. In consideration of the (fraud summons being withdrawn, and in set tlement of his claim, W. A. Ward gave an order on Mrs. Troy Ward directing her to pay Dally and Co. and Hutchinson and Co., all money duo and to 'become due in respect of cer tain horses in her possession. This was served on 'Mrs. Troy Ward. Defendant's husband had offered to pay £10 if his wife were 'given a re lease, but this was declined. It was a Strange thing, a...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 20th. 1914. EXCESSIVE HEAT [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

j€1?e Mxalb I ', ■. . — THB PlAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION'. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 20th. 1014. I.XCESSIVE HEAT High temperatures have 'boon ex perienced this week, inul .many people have been severely affected by the heat. For five days in succession the readings averaged 104 degrees, tho registrations at Mr. T. Faull's shop being recorded as follows .-—101, 104^, 101, 107, and 106. _ .Yesterday ■was another sweltering day. People ■waited patiently on Wednesday night for the promised south wind, but waited in vain. The coot breezes ap parently went iu another direction. In many parts of the 'State bush Tires have occurred, resulting in great loss. There are also fears of a shortage of water in a number of districts. WATER CARNIVAL. The water carnival arranged by the Progress Association will be held on Wednesday, 4th March, niu! pro grammes will be available in a iew days. The executive committee ara endeavoring to make t...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

:/ ' "THE HKAJ/TCHBST TOWN In his annual report to the Dlraboo la Shire Council, Dr. Ingham concludes <by sayins that Diniboola continues to I hold? idi with every 'Justification, the I j title of being tho licalthiost to;.vn. in •fifee-WiajBera. /

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

Messrs. Mitchell Bros.- arid White, in conjunction with Mr. R. Smith, •an nounce particulars in this issue of a -clearing sale to .be held a'^G-alaquil on Tuesday, March 3rd, on account of , Mr. J. McLeod. .,. The s'tar attraction at .the Melba Theatre to-morrow eventing Is entitled,, "The Bloodhounds of the Law." Mr. Robert Smith will offer 1400 ewes and wethers at his yards to-mor row at 1 o'clock. Mr. W. 'Brinkman's clearing sale at Sheep Hills will be lield>on Wednes day-next, ipebruary ,25th.. 1 . The Birchip Shire has' agreed toco .ouerpitG with Borung in, having, five chains of formation done on -boundary road. .• ;.v , A feature of the harvest festival in connection with St. George's Church, Woomelang,'-was' the golden offering, which amounted to about; £25) Messrs. Young Bros., .announce that they will • hold -:.an - extensive . clearing. saleoOfr hoTses, cattle, sheep, and farm implements at ■Rainbow, on. Tuesday, March 3rd, under instructions from Mr. John Sanders. ) I...

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Late Melbourne. (By Wire.—Melbourne Thursday.) EXTREME HEAT. TWO MEN OVERCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 February 1914

Late Melbourne. (By Wire.—Melbourne Thursday.)   EXTREME HEAT.   TWO MEN OVERCOME. Hot weather was experienced again to-day, the temperature being 106   degrees. A cool change is expected. expected.       Two men, who were overcome by the heat, were treated at the hospital.

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

auctions. 'UNRESERVED CLEARING SALE. At BRIKKLE. 9 MILES DUE WEST Ot? BRIM. FRIDAY, 27th'FEBRUARY, 1914. rn H. LAIDLAW & CO., having been J_ favored with instructions from Mr. Joshua Dickeson, Junr., whose lease has expired, ami is leaving the district, will sell, on the above date on the Farm, 10 miles uortli-west ol War racknabeal, the whole of his Stock, Machinery, aud Implements, as fol lows : — HORSES. 1 draught mare, Boll, 7 years, with foal at foot and in foal to im ported stallion, Ballance. 1 draught mare, Flora, 7 years, in foal to Ballance. I draught mare, Gipp, 7 years, in foal to Ballance. 1 draught mare, Kate, 7 years, in ...... foal to Ballance. 1 draught mare, Bess, aged, with foal at foot and in foal to Bal lance. 1 draught mare, Violet, 7 years. 1 draught gelding, Wallace, S years. 1 draught gelding, Captain, 10 years. 1 draught gelding, Tom, S years. 1 draught gelding. Nugget, 3 years. 1 draught gelding. Model, 2 years. 1 draught gelding, Bob, aged. . 1 dr...

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A FAITHFUL DOG. LONG VIGIL AT LONELY HUT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

A FAITHFUL DOG. LONG VIGIL AT LONELY HUT. There Is an Irish terrier which awaits in -a lonely lint near Coldstream for the: murdererof his master. It was on August S, 1913, that the body of. Richard Knight, a pensioner, .was found in the bush with a gun near by. Knight had been shot dead with his own gun. No one solved the mys tery, though it was supposed that the old man had been called out of his hut and then shot dead by an enemy. When on reconnaissance duty at the Lilydale manoeuvres, Major C. A. Mitchell, of the Intelligence' Corps, and men under his command, came across the hut in which Knight lived his lonely life. Under a bunk in a corner of the hut lay the dead man's dog, sharply eyeing the strangers in their smart uniforms. He was lying on a discolored waistcoat that his master had worn for years before the tragedy. Major Mitchell explained that every day the dog runs to a farmhouse half a mile distant from the hut. After eating up the scraps saved from the dinner table, t...

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FARMER DRAGGED TWO MILES. INJURIES PROVE FATAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

FA 1U1EIt I>ItAGG ED TWO \ MILES. INJURIES PROVE FATAL. Franz Muller, a well known farmer, of Kinlmakatka, in the Nhiil district, was returning home from Nhill "on Thursday, when the horse# in his buggy bolted, and Muller was killed. Muller was thrown on to the fore carriage-of the vehicle, and dragged! about two miles before the, runaways were stopped by a neighbor. Tho in jured man died in flv'e minutes.'His neck, arm, and leg were broken.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

' Got Very Weak. > •. 'My' boy Jack was very bad with Diarrhoea," writes Mrs. M. 'tee. Forbes, N.S.W. "For quite a fortnight he was 111 'and sot very yoalc .v.-My. husband -bought a bottle .of Chamber-, Iain's Collo and. Diarrhoea . Remedy, and to our surprise one dose complete ly oured hlo." Sold by Hutehlnson tana W mi 9. N. WoOKwW. Further Continuance of the SjSlJ^EI OP GUMM'e By the Adelaide Bargain Company. • Prices Still Further Reduced for Speedy Clearance. HATS—[,ndies' Trimmed Hats, 27/6 'for G/!l, 1'.")/ for (i/, ai / for 4/3. Ueautifiil Millinery, Sprays, lovely Roods, 2/11 for 1/, 1/11 for G<l., 1/3 for 3d. DRESS GOODS! Prices arc the Lowest ever known here. Figured Sicilians, 1/11 for 6d; Silk Striped Voiles, 1/9 for Hid.; Heavy Dress Tweeds, 1/9 for Cd. yard, dou'ble width; Satin Cloths 3/0, for 1/8^; Dress Muslins 7Vid., for 2%d. These are going. rapidly. Over 100 Pieces of Dress Goods to select from. FIRST COME FlliS'r SERVED. • BLOUSES—(Cambric Blouses...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

Simply V/pnderful. "My little girl Zelda suffered so con tinuously /with croup that 1 began to think she would nevor got batter" writes Mrs; Gaunalett, 169 Adelaide ;Road, Jlewtown, N.Z.: "Seelu'g Char berlain's Cough Remady advertised. I thought I' would' try It, and could see a ohange ln her'straight away. It, la simply wonderful- how quickly Cham borlalu's. Cough Remedy relieved tho child." Sold by':Hut«Mnfion and Co. .turf J. N. WosloBtt.

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SON SHOOTS HIS FATHER A SCARSDALE TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

SON SHOOTS HIS FATUEtt A SCAR8DALH TRAGEDY. ■ iA shooting atirny .took, plaoe near Scarsdale, in which David Black--.ro; ceived Injuries wliioU proved fatal .'about: 24 ; hours: afterwards. TUo de ceased'[vyas. shot iuy line soil, Arclil bald Black, under circumstances Uiat suKSOst accident. ■,

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

SOCIAL. A very pretty but quiet wedding A'as celebrated in Warracknabeal last -Wednesday, when «Mr. Ohas. Pratt, of Watchupga, and formerly of Beulah, and Miss Annie Lavery, of Beulah, were united in the lioly bonds of ma itrlniony. The ceremony was per formed ni Che Church of England, the Rev. F. W: Coupe officiating. The |.bride, .who w/is given away by. her j cousin, -Mr. J. 'Sullivan, was prettily attired in 'a soft white silk dress dahit* ily trimmed with-silk laces and orange jblossoms> 'She also wore the custom i ary wreath and veil. Miss "Hilda; jGrick, of Beulah, acted as bridesmaid,! [and wore a., handsome white voile; ; dress and lace coatee. She also wore ! ; a very pretty gold brooch set in pearls : '(the gift of the bridegroom). Mr. W. j Mitchell, of Beulah, supported the /'bridegroom as best man. After the, : ceremony the small party adjourned j 1 to Palmer's Coffee Palace, where a; sumptuous breakfast wtis prepared, j Owintr, however, to the crush attend- j ing th...

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GIRL IN SPLIT SKIRT. DIAMOND GARTER WORN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

GIRL IN SPLIT SKIRT. DIAMOND' GARTER WORN. Lismore, in New South.Wales, just' now feels like one whose morals have ibeen plucked from the 'burning, so to speak. A few days ago a young wo man arrived at the northern town from Sydney, and set the gossips agog by appearing in the streets wearing a split skirt of a flimsy des cription, which revealed a diamond garter. Lismore was aghast. One woman hoarder at.the hotel where the diamond-gartered' visitor , was staying complained'' -tb' thie'.iprdprietor, - who subsequently informed the wearer, of the split skirt that.she would either have to wear more covering or move on. She ; chose the former . course, and now .wears a skirt which is the acme. of. perfection, while Uemore breathes, more freely;.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

NERVOUS A REMARKABLE CURE What Clcmcnti Tonic can do in reitoring the nervet to healthy power and making the weakened system strong. A letter in point which it worth reading. No. 6 Pott Office Place, South Melb,. 2/7/11. ClEiiiENTS TONIC LTD., " Yuur tonic is one of the quickest nerve and -brain cures known. I tried al! kinds of doctors'medicines, and got no relief as I have from your tonic. I could not stand unyons talking to me, or the noise of the town traffic. I lost appetite and weight* I was that weak at times Vchild could posh me over. I had to give up work; I lay hour after hour awake, now I can go to bed and almost sleep at once. My case was one of the worst I ever heard- of. I thought I would never , get well I can hardly believe the . relief I have got from Clements Tonic. Nearly all those symptoms I- told you of have left me, and two or three ; more bottles will make me strong. : Before this I was going twice a week , to the Melbourne Hospital, and many ; people were the...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

STAR PICTURES. A capital programme of Interesting and stirring pictures was submitted on Saturday evening, tilie wliole of the productions being most entertaining and enjoyable. "The Bachelor's Baiby" was an admirably portrayed drama with some attractive features ■and a happy ending, "The Mols Tribe" was an instructive and inter-' estring production, showing the na tives engaged in clearing and burn ing the forests, in order 'to till the soil and grow rice, while the scenery was magnificent. "The Only Chance" was a stirring drama, .which held the audience spollbound, the thrilling raco of a railway motor lorry to avert a collision bringing forth a prolonged outburst of applause from the spec tators. Other good dramas included "One Life One Dove" and "The Tree and the Chaff." "Fate is Kind," the star attraction, was a drama emo tional and impressive in character. Morton, a wealthy man, is desplaeO.1 by the young ladles on account of his" ugliness, and decides to take up his residence...

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