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MAKING MONEY WHILE YOU WAIT. WARRACKNABEAL TRADESMAN TAKEN IN. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

MAKING MONEY WHILE YOU WAIT. WARRACKNABEAL TRADESMAN TAKEN IN.. An exciting: and sensational little Incident occurred on Friday evening in the fruit establishment of King Bros. A gentleman purchased a num ber of pounds of aBsojted fruits, anil no sooner were they in his possession Ivwilien he selected a beautiful orange, and inserting a knife in it broke it into two pieces. T.o and behold! in the centre was a florin piece fixed amid the pips. An apple was next stab bed, the knife clicked against some thing metallic, and then the apple was torn asunder, to disclose half n , crown. Peaches yielded sovereigns, 'poach after peach being cut, and so vereign after sovereign coming to light. The customers were mystified, to say nothing of the astounded shop proprietors. Was it true sovereigns and silver soins came from the mint, or did they grow in orchards? After this had concluded the gentleman ask ed for his broken fruit, land on paying' 2/, was about to quit with his broken •fruit in th...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FLEMINGTON SCRATCHINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

FLEMINQTON SCRATCHINGS. Newmarket . Handicap—PJukertcm, Coolamatong, Sweet Lil, Kent Loch, Antoinette, Royal Scotch, and Ostresa. By carrying 9.11 and running Unit tie to half a heiad on Saturday, Cider put up u' fine 'performance, and hi* chance looks ipretty good on Saturday next. Another thait has <been frequent ly .brought forward in these columns <for the. Newmarket in Jiathlea, ran a Sterling race-on' Saturday. Our early selections for-the'Newmarket were Cider, "Widgewa, and Rathlea, and If - we include A1 Conner we should have the "winner in the -quartette. Accep tances are due to-day (Tuesday), and on Friday we Avifl endeavor to solve the 'problem. -At present we like AV1DGEWA or CIDER first, 'and the other jfcwo for places. # x The Australian Cup is still pretty' open. St.. Vano, Harpist, Audacity and perhaps The Parisian and Wassail may 1je the best to couple in double*, Harpist and Audacity for choice. Horsham races will .be commenced to-morrow. The ...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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TURF. V.A.T.C. MEETING. FUTURITY STAKES WON BY BRATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

TURF. V.A.T.C. MEETING. FUTURITY STAKES WON BY BRATTLE. The Caulfleld' meeting was conclu ded on Saturday. The Futurity was won by the Sydney horse, Brattle, who beat Cider- by a head, with Ratblea and Royal Laddie^noxt. It was a great race. Results :— Trial Stakes—XJpright 1, Amata 2, Kentlock 3. 3 to 1 winner. Alma Stakes—Raheen 1, Loncops 2. Van Blene 3. 3 to 1 winner. "Woodcllffe Handicap—St. Vano 1, Loch Amos 2, Atora and Chi CM (dead heat) 3. 7 to 2 winner. Futurity Stakes, 7 furlongs—Brattle (McLachlan) 1, Cider 2, K<athlen <V 12 to 1 winner. Won by a neck. Steeple—Camasado 1, Enchanted States 2, The Miser 3. S to 1 winner. Hawksburn Handicap—Gold Brew 1, Averse 2, Ownec 3. 5 to 1 winner.

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INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES. LATEST PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES. LATEST PARTICULARS. j Developments in the waterside wor kers' dispute show that the trouble i9 ' likely to evolve into a struggle be ' tween the Port Phillip stevedores and ■wharf laborers. The stevedores are determined not to resume overtime. The conference in the butchery trade crisis is proceeding. If the coil j ferenco fails it is believed that an at tempt will be made in the direction of arbitration as soon as possible.

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FLOTATION OF LOAN. PUBLIC TAKE UP ONE-THIRD. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

FLOTATION OF LOAN. | PUBLIC TAKE UP ONE-THIRD. I The public only >.ook up one-third 1 ol' the .Metropolitan Board of Works' loan of £390.000. The balance was subscribed hv underwriters.

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CHANCES TO REFORM. LIFE CONDITIONS IMPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

~ OHANCES TO REFORM. LIFE CONDITIONS IMPOSED. *• ' Judge Hagleson released Leslie Cos. ney, 23 years, wlio pleaded guilty to charges of embezzlement of the Wer ribee Shire's money, on a bond to be of good behaviour and to abstain front drinking and gambling for the rest of hiB life,, and if lie broke the conditions of tho bond he would have to serve a senteiico of 18 .mouths.' Ho j was also ordered to repay the money I embezzled. ! William Hresnan, wJio pleaded guit I ty to assault, occasioning ibodlly ■ harm, was .released on similar condi tions, with the addition that he was ordered to pay £20 towards the cost of the prosecution.

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CRICKET. BEULAH v. BANGERANG.BHANG. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

CRICKET.. BEUl/AH v. BANG-BHANG. This, ubove teams met at Boulah do Saturday to the Fnwklln peapaot j competition, and -tiie gatno resulted in the home team's favor. ■ The vMlors arrived with only oight men, c. Ros alter nricl K. 'llyron being amougst tho abseinuos. IliinporoiiB were first to lint,,and put up the respectable score ot 89. 'D. lUosalter played splmiUld cricket, and carried his bat lor as. E. Toague ftlso playod well fnr 2l] •and .1. McLean 13 tt'aa- (be other dou ble Hgnre bataman. Sundries hccohu 'led for 1-1 of the total. The wickets wuva sf ;ured by \V. JIVcUell 2 for 4, and Dr. Morgan R for 4_r>. Renlnli, on taking the wickets, responded with m tor the loss ol four wickets. Dr. .Mor gan 36 not out, B. Boiley 14, mU) f. Jackson M wore the principal seor. ers. A. McLean 2 for 27, and R Tea guo 1 for 2(1 were tho successful bow. lers. . Afternoon tea was kindly pro vided by 'the lionio team, and it 1VuH much appreciated. Next Saturday the third round will ho comme...

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SPORTING NEWS. BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

SPORTING NEWS. , BOWLING. Handicaps for pair tournament Hopkins and Hudgson v. Nellson and J. Campbell; Brand and Bate v. Janes I and Ramage; TJ. Freeman and W. T. Dally v. Mackenzie and Gowers; Uush im ry and J. Rawling v. Miller and G. Tarrant; Stanistreet and Dr. Tregear v. Mann and Dungey; AVyatt and Al day v. Dr. Donald and D. Tarrant; Twyford and King v. Lawson and Gnnn; E, Dally and Marclihnt v. G." Rawling and Letch; Pitcher and Ryan v. Field and Lukey; Sntcliffe and Dart v. Smith and Gould; fJess and Noo nan " v. Long and McLean ; Hamilton and J. Freeman v. Poarson and Mot tram. The games consist of 31 points up, 2 bowls each player. The handicaps are posted at the pavilion. Rink tournament;—Teams—Hamil ton, Pearson, Campbell, and Dungey; Mann, G. Rawling, King and Ramage; Mackenzie, H. Freeman, Marchant, and W. Dally; Miller, Nellson, Alday, and Cowers; Rushbnry, Janes, J,,Haw ling, and Hudgson; Dr. Donald, Wyatt, G. Tarrant, and Gould; Field, Sut cliffe, Letch, and D. Tar...

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

PERSONAL. ' Mr. Goorge Young and fain 11 y will arrive in Warracknabenl this week, awl will take over tlio management of the local linn o,f Messrs. Voting Bros, on the 28th in»t. / Holms pur chased the residence of .Mr,,. P. Symes, in f-*yIo street.. Mr. Moulden severs His connection with the Una of a lengthy period of faithful and conscientious scrvico. Mr. Nooimn, clerk of courts, was notified that ho would bo granted an mini leave last week. Later be re ceived word intimating that a reliev ing officer could not be sent to War racknabeal at present. Mr. Nounan's holiday l»as, therefore, been deferred. Kev, Knthor Duggan, who recently canto to Warracknabeal, 1ns l-oon laid up with an attack of illuess. Ilia du ties on Sunday were carried out by the Rev. Father Conlon, from Ballarat., and formerly of this parish. Mr. and Mra. Jos. Stainthorpo, of Sheep Hills, 'will celebrate their dia mond wedding on Friday next, when several old friends will be invited to be present at a dinner in ...

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AND AND STOCK. SHEEP AS A FARMING ASSET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

LAND AND STOCK. SHEEP ASA FARMING ASSET. f The Government Statist (Mr. A. 31. 1 Langliton)- lias completed his tabula-i lions for Victoria' of land and'7 live stock in different sized holdings up to date. The previous tabulations on similar linos related to 1910. A com parison of the position shows that hwd privately owned has increased : from 20,400,SIS acres" to 28,429,357 I acres, there being a substantial in (crease in the number of»each size of j holdings , up to 2000 acres, a smaller J increase in that of holdings 'between | 2000 acres and 10,000 acres, but a de j croase in each size of holdings of over. 10,000 acres. There wore in 1913 in the lastnientioned division 151 ea-1 tates, containing 2,052,966 acres, as ! against 1?5 estates of 3,298,227 acres in 1910; but in the other two divi sions there was. an increase of 6595 .holdings,- or' 2,673,800 acres, in three years. . The same position is shown i in regard to sheep in different sized | flocks. The development of slieepko...

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NEW STATE GOVERNOR. ENTHUSIASTIC WELCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

N I! W STATU GOV WIN OK. ENTHUSIASTIC ' WELCOME. Victoria's new Governor, Sir Arthur Stanley, and Lady Stanley, ar rived to-day. His Excellency, ■who created n good Impres sion, was .given an enthusiastic welcome on landing at St. Kilda. Large crowds lined the route to State Parliament House, where Jte was sworn In by Mr. Justice A'BecUett. Ha was loudly cheered as he passed along the streets. Traffic was stop ped during the procession.

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Late Melbourne. (By Wire. Melbourne Monday.) CHIEF JUSTICE RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

j Late Melbourne. i (lly Wire. Melbourne^ Monday.) | (.'IllKF JUSTICK UKTUKNS ! Tho High Court wan crowded with barristers'nntl solicitors tills morning, when Chief Justice Griffltha was wel eoineil home. Mr. Irvine spolco on behali of llm l.'iir. Mr. Justice Griffiths said Ills health hull greatly improved.

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

Disordered Liver. 'Tor disorders of the liver and sto-j mach there is.no better medicine than! Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs.; Margaret J. Watson, Emerald, Q. "I' suffered with bad headaches caused; by a disordered liver. Hearing my; customers speak so highly of Cham-j frerlain's Tablets I thought I would try j what they would do for me. After; the first tew doses I noticed an im-; provement, and after I had taken aj couple of boxes found myself quite relieved of headaches, which have not returned." Sold by Hutchinson and: Co. and J. N. Wooicott ; WASTE PAPER FOR SALE at the office ot This Psper. * Col lairs, Saddlery and Harness' OF all descriptions. Largs stock j to choose from Buggy, Gigj Harness from 90/. Best Leather and j Materials. All well made. Dray Col-i larB from 19/, Buggy Collars from 13/, and Riding Saddles from 45/. i BridleB, Whips, Spurs, Brushes, Leg ; glngs, etc., in great variety. i BEENBE'S Patent and other | HORSE RUQS. " Batlafactlon Guaranteed. j W. F. S...

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

WANTED. WANTED. WANTED—Purchase Pair Quiet Buggy Horses. Apply— YOUtNG BROS., WarrackimbeaL ELECTRIC TRAM DRIVERS WANTED. OOD opening for Smart Young X Men. Permanent positiou. Write for particulars (with stamp for reply). —H. \V\ CHANNING, M. ami E.E., In structor, 211 tjydiard street, Ballarat. WANTED. WANTED—Man accustomed to farm work. Must good witii horses. Apply— JOHN KELSALL, Warracknabeal. LOST. £5 REWARD. LOST from Gamp (midway be tween Horsham and Warrack nabeal), 170 rising 6 and 8-tooth Me rino Wethers, branded — over C. A reward .of FIVE POUNDS will be paid to the person giving information that will lead to the reoovery of the above. Apply— YOUNG BROS., Horsham. FOR SALE, HIRE, AND TO LET. FOR SALE—CHEAP. A First Class Secondhand PORT ABLE OIL ENGINE, 7 horse power, by one of the best English makers. This engine is equal to a new one, and Is for sale at one-half of new price. Can be inspected at our j RAWLING & CO. FOR SALE CHEAP—One Four Horse Power Benzine En...

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

AUCTI0N8, ~ YOtfNG BEOS., Auctioneers, Stook and Station Agents, Land, Finanoo, and Commission Agents, HORSHAM, NHILL, HAMILTON AND WAHRAOKNABKAL. liraiich Oflloea at Ararat, Murtoa, Mlnylp, Nhlli, Rupanyup, Dlmlibola, Caaterton, Donald, 1'erang, Balmoral, and Goroke; also Wolsley, S.A; AGENTS FOR.— DonnyB, LascelleB, Limited, Wool and Grain Brokers, stock and Station Agents, (Jeelong 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 tlio -leading firms of auctioneers in New South Wales and South Australia. Auction Bales of Horses; Cattle, Sheep held at Horsham, Nhlll,.-Hamil ton, Murtoa, Miuylp, Warracknabeal, Beulah, Hopetoun, Rupauyup, Donald, Dlmboola, Kanlva, Natimuk, Goroke, Dunkeld, Castertou, Cavendfc - Hral.b downie, Balmoral, Torang, and Lake Bolac. MONEY TO LEND AT LOWEST RATES. UNRESERVED ...

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PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

PRODUCE MARKETS. Wheat, 3/4 V4 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, SHd. to 9%d. Eggs, lOd. (By Wire.—Melbourne Monday.) Wheat, firmer, March delivery 3/9% prompt. 3/9 ex-store; oats, milling 1/10M.; feed, 1/9Vi

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

COMMERCIAL. Wheat firmed during the week to tlio extent of Id. to IVid. a bushel. There h'as been some mild excite ment in the market. The- advance was mainly due to further continua tion of reduccd Argentine yield, a growing opinion that the \ ictoriun crop is considerably below recent op i timistic estimates, and the assumption that the extra surplus to be shortly expected from Uussia will not coun terbalance other depletions arid cir cumstances. Yesterday the quotation for wheat in Witrracknabenl was 3/4%.

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

THANKS. I DESIRE to tender my very sin- cere thanks to all those who so willingly lent assistance in fighting the fire on my property last week, and by whose efforts so much was saved. C. WALL. Sheep Hills.

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The herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 24th, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 24 February 1914

£1?e J>eralb THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAYrPEBRUARY 24th, 1914. It is becoming more evident daily that unless the Northern Territory ad ministration is revolutionised and a stable policy laid down for its go vernment, the taxpayers of Australia will be plunged into a cataclysm of expenditure which will well nigh over whelm them. We have taken up this huge, unoccupied territory situated in the tropical and sub-tropical areas of ; Australia, embracing 523,000 square miles, or six times the area , of Victoria. This territory, because ; of its huge size, its tropical charac- ' ter, its inaccessibility, the tales which have reached us of its wild aboriginal denizens, its buffaloes, and crocodiles, i and its hidden mineral wealth, has al- ■: ways appealed "inwardly, aud with some fascination, to the inquisitory . spirit of residents of Southern , Australia. A' desire to know more of this unexplored land j w...

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

THE 3ALL.ARAT TRUSTEES, BXE-1 CUTORS And AGENCY CO. LTD. OFFICE—CAMP STRJBHT. DIRECTORS. JOHN MeLEOD, Chairman. HON. J. T. M'DONALD, M.L.C • FRANK HERMAN. ; ! J. D. WOOLCOTT, J.P. DR. ROBERT SCOTT. GEOftGE LEWIS. . JOHN GLASSON, Manager .'HIS COMPANY ACTS— 1. As Executor and Trim toe la a SV111. . 2. As Trustee In Marriage and other settlements. 8. As Attorney, under Power tor Absentees. ' " 4. As Attorney tor Abient Execu tors and Trustees. 5. A a General Agenta. Trustees In other Estates can trans fer their Trusteeship to this Company. Executors appointed in a Will can transfer to this Company before Pro bate is applied for, and subsequently. IT IS YOUR DUTY TO MAKE YOUR WILL, AND DO IT -NOW, And appoint I'flE BALLAHAT TRUSTEES, EXB CUTORS & AGENCY CO., LTD., Your Executor and Trustee.' Full information from— JOHN GLASSON, Manager. MITCHELL BROS. & WHITE, Local Agents Agency compahv i Australasia Limited i Head Office: 113 Queen Stroet, MELBOURNE. The Company's Max...

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