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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. COMMITTEE MEETING. A meeting of the committee of the Agricultural • Society was held . at McCombe's Hall on Saturday .after noon; •'•The president '.(Mr. C. Hewitt) presided, and there were also present —Messrs. Hayter, Reed, Sehickerling, • Burke, Haeusler, Dungey, J. W. Gould, Pearce, Parsons, Robinson, A. King* Ihorn, McLean, . tDevereux, Aubrey, Kumnlck, J. A. Gould, G. Pendlcbury, Stainthorpe, and Watson. ■ CLASSES AND LECTURES. , ' ■The Department of Agriculture drected attention to proposals for the year with regard to compulsory and optional subsidy conditions. Soole ties that do not. comply with require ments will forfeit the pro rata grant. Those carrying out classes will re* ceive a grant of £10 additional. In lieu of a grant of £5 this year for a series of four leotures, payment will be provided at the rate of £1 5/ for each lecture, not exceeding four. Ap plications for classes or lectures mus;t be made not later than March 1st Mr. Schlckerllng mov...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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LEOPARD ESCAPES. A ZOO SENSATION. CITIZEN SOLDIER KILLS IT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

LEOPARD ESCAPES. A ZOO SENSATION.' CITIZEN SOLPIKIt KILLS IT. A leopard which escaped from the •Melbourne Zoo at 3 o'clock on Satur day morning,* caused quite a sensation before it was finally treed in a back yard'at Brunswick and shot. The lanimal had been removed from its cage the previous night and plac ed, in a strong box. By some means it levered the top oft,'and got out. " The three Misses Le Souef, daugh ters of.the curator, were sleeping in ■a wired shelter in the open, and were aw-akened by the growling of the leo pard as it prowled round their sleep ing apartment. Mr. Le Souef was also .awakened, and going out with his dogs came face to face with the leopard, whidt turned tail and bolted over a fence, followed by the dogs. The escapee seems lo have headed straight out for Brunswick, and reach ing Barkley street, entered the yard of Mrs. J. Walter's house. Miss Wal-| ters was there, and tfie Jeopard J sprang towards her, but she fled, screaming into the house. The ieo- j ,p...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. HARVEST FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. i HARVEST FESTIVAL. Harvest thanksgiving services were held at Christ Church on Sunday, and also at Sheep Hills and Bangeratig.. The vicar of Nhill, Rev. H. £. Saun ders, paid , a visit to this district for •the occasion, and the services wero attended by large congregations. The reverend, gentleman officiated in War racknabeal in the evening, fin tlje de coration of the church much taste w.is displayed, and a good effect was pro duced; Lessons prayers, and hymns all 'breathed a note of thanksgiving for the bounties of the -harvest, and the blessings;enJoyed during the year. In lieu of an anthem the choir sang •the hymn.VThe sower went forth sow ing," Miss Laura Letch rendering solo parts sweetly and effectively. The preacher based his discourse on 'Deuteronomy 26—10 and II, relating to the offering of the first ..fruits of the land, and the worship of God. From the sacrifices practised in an cient'times some lessons were drawn. In the olden days the. thank offeri...

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A LONELY BURIAL. CONSTABLE MAKES COFFIN AND DIGS GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

A LONELY BURIAL. ! CONSTABLE MAKES COFFIN AND DIGS GRAVE. Many duties fall to the lot of a po , licemfan, but few members of the force are called ou to act as coffin maker, undertaker, and clergyman, as •Mounted-Constable AfcPhenson had to do a few days ago In the lonely moun tains near Buchan. Charles Emil Gerlach, an old resident of the <3is triotvdied, and tlie constable was cal* led in in his official capacity. There' was no undertaker in the district, and : the nearest carpenter was (50 miles >way. Constable McPh'erson therefore made a coffin out of pine boxes, and j helped to dig the grave. Reverently, j 4as at the.most orthodox funeral, the! •box containing the remains of Ger lacli was lowered into the grave, and the constable, in the absence of a I clergyman, impressively read the -bur* jal service. Then the grave was fYl led in, 'and the few mourners quietly ivalked away.

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POLITICAL AFFAIRS. LIBERAL SENATE CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

POLITICAL AFFAIRS. LIBERAL. SENATE CANDIDATES. Representatives of the tnree Li beral leagues and the Federal Parila' mentary party met at the 'Constitu tional Union rooms last week to dis cuss the question of selecting Senate candidates In the event of an early dissolution. It was decided that no minations be' accepted Iby members of the three leagues up to 23rd March I After the nominations have been re ceived (by the president.they will be re ferred to a ballot of all members' of the league. The conference adjourn ed till 24th March. . RETIRING FROM POLITICS. . ..It is probalble - that before the end of the present year the' Postmaster General (Mr. Agar Wynna) will; take Ms -leave. of Federal politics; Mr'. Wynne stated .on Friday -that' he .Wad been in Parliament quite- long enough', and he was now anxious- for a rest It was his Intention not to seek -re election tor -Balaclava, when' the next appeal; to the people was made. Should a double dissolution be granted by the Governor-...

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

SALE Wher® fv&rythlnff Is B^si by Actual Tost." the £ DISCOUNT ON ALL SALES. This Liberal Discount is allowed on all Unes bought for Ca&ii during Sale, excepting wiejg, they are thrown out on the Bargain Tables, when they are marked atll(- lower. WE DO NOT: buy.old and shoddy, stocks to market low figures, but otter our- stooU- of reEulRr 'Hnps iat. Biidculous Reductions. WE ALiWATO MAINTAIN our motto by seeing first that the quality is right, and then buy> at the loweat possible price for cash, hence wa,are in the position to give you the Best at the Lowest Price. FOR THE - - LAST TWO WEEKS •We are making a. still further onslaught ou Prices, and quote, a few lines of the many.-, offering., 36Jnch Pure Close Weave Calico, was 6/6 doz.; now, 4/11. 30-Inch OSM&N " Flannelette, worth 6/11; now, 4/11 doz. Creme. IB-Inch MjiidK' Cloth, strong apron cloth. Worth 8%d.; now, fid. 72-Inch Pure OSitiN "WVite Sheeting, guaranteed pure and good. Worth 1/11 yd.; now, ...

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

THE «*,; Pioneer V . JoniiMd; v. eST^tiSWKD 188#.

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

Just What You Need. Laxo-Tonic Pills can be taken at all times and under all conditions by both young and old alike without the slight est risk, and without danger of un pleasant after-affects. Laxo-Tonic Pills assist the processes of nature, give re lish to the food, removing exhaustion, sick headache, and many other ail ments. Laxo-Tonic Pills are a popular pill at a popular price. Obtainable everywhere. •PHOXE. No. 15. J. N. WOOLCOTT, # Registered Dentist, Scott Street - - - Warrackrtabeal. Next Door to bis Well Kdowu Pharmacy. May be Cod suited Dally. Hopetoun, Tuesday, February Tth ; Beulah, .Tuesday, February 24th; Las« • celles, Wednesday, February 25th. J ' VETERINARY. Edgar J. Lukey, Lu V. Sc. (Melb. Univ.) , L&te Veterinary Surgeon to Stawel) District Veterinary Club. H AS taken up his residence in Warracknabeal, and will bp pre pared to attend to all descriptions of Veterinary Cases, including Castration I aod DentiBtry. Address—Devereux | street {at rear or Freem...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. TEMPERANCE STACK BUILDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

NEWS OF THE DAY. TEMPERANCE STACK BUILDERS, j At Colbinabbin, which Is the ter-j minus of the railway now being laid,» there Is an immense stack of prime j •wheat. Unlike many other -wheat! stacks in the wheat-raising areas, the i builders of this particular stack boast; of their temperance. The stack has I been raised four miles from the near- j feat hotel, and, while the builders gave! vent to their feelings regarding the! warm weather, their thirst was always' quenched with draughts from the t'g Waraaga channel. This particular wheat stack awaits the coming of the railway, and also stands as a monu ment of enforced temperance zeal. MISFORTUNES MULTIPLY. Members oi a family named Payne, at Rhine Villa, South Aus tralia, have t suffered from a series of misfortunes. Mr. R. Payne was recently operated upon for appen dicitis, and next day his father was kicked by a horse, and had to be ta ken to the hospital. The same day a young son of Mr. Payne was thrown from a waggon. He fell und...

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MAH FATALLY BURNT. FLAMES SWEEP FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

MAH FATALLY BURNT. FLAMES SWEEP FARMS. One of the most destructive Area in the Kynetou distriat for years broke out. at Piper's Creek on Friday, and swept, a nuntber of properties .Mr. Ve reker'iS house and outbuildings were consumed, and others lost practically everything tfhey had except the dwel ling house. '" Mr. Edward. Power, aged,, 84? the. old est, resident of the district," lost his fife in the Are. While beating baok the flames he became exhausted, and when found shortly afterwards was frightfully burned on the arms, legs, ;and other parts of the body.

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MELBA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

MELBA PICTURES. Those who attend the .portrayal of pictures at the Melba Theatre from week to week could hardly have ex pected a more diversified or fascina ting programme than 'was presented on Saturday, night. The subjects. dealt with were' full of interest for young'and old. The dramas were, particularly impressive, and included. a stirring and animated number, "Bloodhounds of the Law." Develop ments of a highly sensational cha recter followed one upon another, and. the interest of spectators was sus tained till "the last scene was depic ted. It was a. story of a man living i beyond his v means, and getting into trouble through-. embezzling money., from a bank at which he was employ* j ed. The .pursuit and arrest of. the. man ' was the stirring feature of the. dra ma, and it was all the more interest ing by reason of the fact that in this instance the detective was a woman. Locomotives travelling at great speed, the firing of shots on the journey, a motor accident and explosion, ...

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

A Qreat Sufferer from> Diseased Kid* neys and Gravel. Quickly Cured ljv Dr. Slieluon's 'n ... Pills. " ' 1 "I liavo been a great sufferer for many years with Diseased Kidneys. Gravel and Scalding," writes Mrs. K. O'Grady, 8 Clayton sWeet, Balmaln. N.S.W. "At times I was so bad ' could not do my wort. The pains I" my back were bo severe ln the mora* ing that I was unable to get out of bed without assistance, and when 1 stooped to pick anything up. It was j with great difficulty that I co«w straighten myself again; I always languid, and very irritaBle; /1 tried; many different kinds of remedies, put derived no benefit whatever. One I ' was speaking to a lady friend, and she; strongly, advised mo to try Pr' Sheldon's Gin ; Pills. ;r I thotight the.' would he Just the same »b the other remedies, but l' am happy to say tnw they aro the best pills' I have evtf come across, for after taking the .HW doBe I felt-greatly relieved, and I tinued taking them*.and after a snjfiu coursol was co...

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FREAKTSH FROCKS. BUSTLES AND TROUSERS. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

FREAKTSH FROCKS. BUSTLES AND TROUSERS. < LONDON, Saturday. - In the spring of this year, it Is said, many drastic chances in women's cos tumes will take place. It is iprophesied that -the foil! of ifas!hions will include lampshade gowns, manlike trousers, tall coif ifures, tiny early Victorian hats, and picturesque draped hate.

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BLOWN TO PIECES. EXPLOSION KILLS WORKERS. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

BLOWN TO PIEOKS. EXPLOSION KILLS WORKERS. LONDON, Saturday. Eleiht men were blown to pieces yes terday by an explosion in Nobel's dy namite factory.at Ardeer, in Ayrshire. The explosion occurred in the gela tine mixing house in the blasting ex« plosives department. Clouds of smoke rose, and consternation prevailed in the village in consequence of the con cussion, the explosion being heard 40 miles. The building was completely demolished.

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ENTERTAINMENTS CONRAD POWER CO. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

ENTERTAINMENTS CONRAD POWER CO. The well known Irish-Canadian ac tor, Mr. Conrad Power, supported by a' strong company, will, appear at 'McComlbe'a Hall tills evening, wlien one of the greatest , modern dramas, "T Have Repaid," will be presented. It is a thrilling story of four acts, and has .been played with great success throughout Australia. The-conipany includes Miss Ada Law rence, a gifted actress, Mr. Walter Dagleish, and other talented artists. It is some time since a dramatic com pany, appeared in Warracknabeal, and Mr. Power should be greeted -by a full house.

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OBITUARY. MR. JAMES ALLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

OBITUARY. MR. JAjMBS AIiLEN. • The death occurred at West wya long recently of Mr. James Allen, a former resident of the Warracknabeal district." Deceased (writes the "Ad vocate") had been suffering for the past 14 years, but latterly was only confined to his bed for. a fortnight. At the time mentioned (14 years ago) he contracted rheumatic fever, which developed into creeping paralysis, and eventually affected the heart. He was a great sufferer, but (bore his afflictions with commendable pati ence and fortitude. Death came as a happy release to his sufferings—the end being most peaceful. During his illness ;he . secured the best medical advice in Melbourne, Sydney, and "other cities, but no permauent relief '■was ever afforded.' The late Mr. Allen, who was 58 years of age, was i a native of the North of Ireland. He , came to Australia in 1874, and settled I on the land at Stawell. After re jmalnlng there for 5 or 6 years, he re j moved to the Willenabrlna district, [where he reside...

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FIRE AT HORSHAM MILL AND STORES DEMOLISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

FIRE AT HORSHAM MILL.';AND 8T0RE8 DEM0UI8HBD, • The most extenalve outbreak of Are for years occurred at Horsham at noon on Friday, at-the clwft cutting mill and atore3 of Qerlach Bros., re.: sultlng. In the. total loss of the bulld •tags and >Jarge quantities of chaff-, and | other produce. ; Two large ataClro of about TOOtons of aeiv hay were-aleo . i destroyed. . The. origin of the flrels a mystery.- It brolse out near the mid dle store, and spread rapidly - to - the stiuclus. The.brigade responded-amarV ly, :but . scanty va'tec supply left no Uopo. . The 'buildings were burnt out. with' carts fu\d plant, In about half an hour. <Tlw> eteoSt '"88 ^ i , v'

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

To Do Others Good. "I have ljoen 'living in-S.W. Queens land for 13 yeare,"-writes Mr.' J„: R. Tindale. Editor of the Cunsamulla "Watchman." "During that time "I have been subject to attacks of Warrr hbea.' and have always found Cham berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea H^medy to quickly relieve mo. I can; recom i rnorid' it- to anyone suffering from that complaint. You may use this letter a- you see fit, lor it Is written .to do ! others good.'* Sold l>y .Hutonlnfloa and Co, and X. N- Woolcatt.

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WIRELESS TELEPHONE. TEST PROVES SUCCESS. NEW YORK Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

WIRELESS TELEPHONE. TEST PROVES SUCCESS. NEW YORK; Saturday. ! A wireless operator on an American coasting steamer h'as devised a wire less telephone enalbliug persons to talk I 'Within a radius of 25 miles. \ He demonstrated the efficiency of hia invention when approaching port •by calling up his wife and asking her what she had prepared for dinner. .

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CABLE NEWS. :HERALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. (PER REUTER.) _ PECULIAR PHENONEMON. NEW CAUSE FOR SUICIDE NEW YORK, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

CABLE NEWS. "HERALD" SPECIAL SERVICE. ! (PER REUTER.) _ PECULIAR PHEN0N15M0N NEW CAUSE FOR SUICIDE/ NEW YORK, Saturday. " The appearance i», the skies of the peculiar -phenoniemon, a mock • sun, was responsible for a suicide this week; The'spectacle was one of re markable beauty, and 'when It appear ed, a man named O'Parroll was so scared that he hanged himself., Im« mediately, after the mock sun, a heavy snow fall occurred, as predicted by meteorologists.

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