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FIRE AT SUNSHINE. WHEEL FACTORY DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914

t'LRE AT SUNSHINE. WHEEL FACTORY DESTROYED. A fire at the Sunshine Harvester Works this morning destroyed the wheel factory- The damage is esti mated at: £4000. Full operations-will be resumed, on Monday.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914

To Do Others I ood k "I havo boen living in SiW. Queens land for IS years," writes Mr J H Tindale, Editor o£ ;.the Cunaamujla "Watchman." . "During' that time I liave been Butiject to attacks of DIarr* hoea, and have always found Cham berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to quickly relieve mo. : I can recom mend it to anyone auffonng^from that complaint. You may use this letter an you see fit, tor it is written to do others good." Sold by Hutohinson and Oe. end "J; N. Wooloott

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914

'OBITUARY. , Mr. and Mrs. M. Barton, of Carron, have : suffered a sore ^bereavement, their little girl, aged 2 years and 9 months, having died at Portland from gastritis, following on pneumonia and ; pleurisy. The bereaved; parents have,1 the sincere sympathy: of niany friends iu their affliction. Mr. 'Oswald 'Menzel died stDimboola' on Friday last, aged 32. Heliadbeen In failing health for some years. After retiring to rest: he .had* an/attack of hemorrhago,' which proved fatal. De. ceased was. the youngest son of the late Sir. and Mrs. Carl Menzel, of Dfmboola, :the former of whom idled about hvo years; ago, and: a brother of •Mr. R. G. , Menzel, of "River View," Dimboola, whovdled In March of last year., 'He, leaves,a wife with two Ut ile children—a boy and a girl—and for whom, the greatpat sympathy is. felt. Prior to hie illness deceased was con nected with the firm "of ; Messrs. Ha gelthorn and Bolton, and for a short period was secretary to the Dimboola Agricultural Society. v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914

THE KIDNEY SUFFERER. Backache from morning till night— tired, miserable, sleepless, nervous, restless, rheumatic, dizzy, weak, no appetite, every little household task a burden. Stooping sends sharp pains through your hack; you feel drowsy and tired early in the day; your nerves seen) "on odge"; the least thing irritates you. Your night's rest is spoiled by the dull ache in your back. 'No one whose kidneys and blood are clogged with kidney poisons could toe different, 'Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are for the kidney suf ferer. Thousands have .been cured of serious kidney disease hy this medi cine—cured 'to stay cured. ;Mr. Albert Kilpatrick, contractor, Wilson street, Horsham, says :— "Ever since I was a youth I have been subject "to attacks of backache. Ait times I would be doubled up with pain, and I could not work, or. turn in bed. Urinary trouble then set in, and the secretions were thick, cloudy, and dif ficult rto pass. I commenced using Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and they ...

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TEMPERANCE NOTES. (Selected by W.C.T.U.) [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914

TEMPERANCE NOTES. , (Selected' by: W.C.T.U.) In* tho United States and Canada, . with more ithan 2,000,000 railway wor kers, the great railroad corporations, with tlie approval of -the (trade unions directly affected, have adopted regu lations of the most stringent charac* ter respecting' the use; of intoxicating liquors by railway employes, . In discussing the matter with .the President of rthe Boston and 'Maine, one of tlie largest railroad corpora tions in the New England States, a re presentative of .the ."Pall Mall Ga zette" asked, "How,is it that master* and men were so unanimous in such drastic laws?". His reply summed up the -whole case for a sober ;body of railway servants. He said that they had been forced into the position "because it had been proved that 90 per cent, of the trace able causes of railway accidents was through intoxicating liquors/' In April, 1S09, this question was considered at a'meeting of'the Ameri can-Railroad Association, a body -re presenting practic...

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THE HARVEST SEASON. A BIG DEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914

THE HARVEST SEASON. A BIG DEAL. During the present wneai • wmra there had been some big deals ;in wheal ia Gilgandra. One of the best purchases -was effeoted recently, when Mr. G. A. Semmler, of Bearbons, sold' ■to Mr. «C. G. iDunn, representative for Louis 'Dreyfus, the whole of his par eel of w.heat, consisting of 5232 bags, at 3/3'/& per ibushel. The ^transaction was completed to a little oyer an hour, and a cheque for £1138 11/ paid over to Mr. iSemmler. The parcel contain ed:'a number of different varieties, which constituted Mr. Senimlor's crop, and on the whole was a very superior sample. Mr. Dunn's total purchase's in- that, district amount to' 22,000 bags. . ■ ' . RECORD SEASON. The harvest at Gymbowen has been a record for that district. Close upon 25,000 bag^ of. wheat have been de livered. Farmors can hardly realise that their crops have gone from 6 to 12 bags, while 8, 9, and 10 bags were (jaita common. V K-y .. :■ _

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914

CRICKET - In tiio'locai'compocMQn on <| day- afternoon .vno mM«U;l)Ot\VflSj A and B cm os lted . In i ; though the former had tlio b^t'O .'>i play. Butting first,-tlio A leap-1" I 162 .for fivn wiclcots, W1O0 .Innings 1 was- -dcolared . c;c ^ Boll made : a : splendid, stand »• ing; 53 -not out while' Winsall * 21 not out. .< Of ;tli0;«ther;:W j W. Cralg'<wa8.-:tai600d.form,:BDO■ • compiled 3G, -when .lie had UW-® ... tune to lie run out. -W<jod -PjB®JJ,, j :cd .well,. his score being 20. 'K® ■j.. for '35, ■ Tregaarl 1 for 35, and W»™ for 17, were .thojbowlers., The v . liad nine wtckets down for.?* when tirno was called. Tregea up a strong defence, and wa!L o|j> posed ol: till he ;had. mado » -\ strokes included agood many._to ,, There -were ? only two ot'18r^„?Ma«oii:f who reached .double figures, .wu ^^ scoring, 11 and Kolsali 10.. ^ .eg was 7';iiot out. . Craig: put W-tF jJI ,wlth-the."hall/?tBWng.;6 iv,lcl!W.gjj rune. Wins all. g...

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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914

/•BiALLARAT-m Values for all- Classen of cattle of fered for sale at the Ballarat Cor poration yards, on Tuesday showed a good improvement on thoso of last week, especially for good and prime bullocks. Prime realised • from £11 10/ to £13 17/6, and best sows sold to £9 10/. Tlio Vest of the 46 calves penned fetched;£5. -,Good' quality, sheep wero in-Iteon .demand, and sold at improved figures. . '■ Prime, cross bred wethers .realised from 21/ to I 52/6, and extra • quality and -weights I 23/ to -24/4, • There was brisk compo 1 litlon lor lambs, which sold to 10/6. Mr H. G. Casey, of - Hopetoun, sub. 1 mittod ISO sheep. Merino . wethers i rsi«s8d l5/10; and comeback «wes12/ It tVif/.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914

HIDES AND SKIN"* The Australian Mercantile Land and Finance: Co. Ltd, reporti-rSheepsMns - -AVell grown crossbred pelts, %d. to %d. bettor. Other .lots very ; firm. Hides—All weights %d. better. Tal i low—Firm at lato rate3.

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A LONELY BURIAL. HUSBAND'S LONG RIDE, [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914

A LONELY BURIAL. HUSBAND'S "LONG RIDE, An: inquest .was held at Coonainble, N.S.W., on tho 'body, of Mrs.. Bacon, wife of a sicepor. cutter, who dropped dead while removing clothes from a line, at hot' homo at . tho Dead Man's Waterhole. . The oldest of the chil dren, a hoy aged 10% years, it will bo remembered,'with.the help of his brother, 8</i years, placed their little brother and sister in a box on wheels, and dragged them to Arda Vale, a dis tance of six mile'B, through 'bush,, with the thermometer registering over 100 deg. In,tli'e shade.; The husband did not-hear of. his wife's' death until two "days had passed; . He was , their ISO miles away, but immediately turned liishorse's head homewards, and co vered 130 mile:; in leas than a day. At the inquest tho coroner's verdict was that deceased died from epileptic con vulsions. /The husband was. albsent from the.burial, and so were all the re latives except the helpless children. The thermometer registered over 100 d...

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COMPULSORY SEQUESTRATION. MALLEE, FARMER'S AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914

COMPULSORY 3EQU JE8TRA I TIOS. I . MALLEE, FARMER'S AFFAIRS. The Chief Justice.made absolute an order for tlie compulsory sequestration of ;tliet estate of Gustaye Rotz, of Mur rayvllle, who has disappeared, but service was effected by posting the or. der on a tree. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914

Disordered Liver. "Kor disorders of Hie liver and sto | 'much tliero is 110 better medicine than | Chamberlain's Tablets," -writes Mrs. Margaret J. Watson, Emerald, Q. "I j suffered "with: bad headaches caused.' by a disordered liver. Hearing, my I customers speak so highly of Cham berlain's Tablets I thought I would try what they would do for mo. Aftor tho - Drat few doses T noticed au im provement, and after 11 had taken a couple of boxes found myself Quito rolioved of headaches, which have not returned." Sold by Hutchinson and Go. and J. N. Woolcott. .

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FINAL ACCEPTANCES AUSTRA. LIAN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914

FINAL ACCEPTANCES AUSTRA' < UANCUP. The Parisian, . Sea . Prince,. Lord Ahvyne, Audacity,'Harpist, W;| sail, Prizefighter, Alatowee^r{* J •Amos..' • Andelosia, I'W'aUalo, . Beiove. j Diabojo, Obi, iCalamiiei Coradil, Varib,' Glad"iivyti, EoravGroy, ana ^

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The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914

THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. ■FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914. The present summer has been one of great severity, and outbreaks of fire in variousparts of the 'State have devastated large areas of country and caused great loss and distress. An 1 approximately accurate computation of the damage'done could not possibly be given at this stage, but it is cer tain that it will* amount to an enor mous sum. Extensive'-fires have oc curred, in all directions, and the sweep of the flames has laid desolate many years' industry. Some 'idea of the ap palling".havoc wrought has -been fur nished by the details which have been published, and the public mind has been impressed by the terrible loss and suffering" occasioned by the con flagrations. Every year notes of war ning are officially sounded as to the imperative necessity of taking all practicable precautious against out breaks, but still the destructive work is not minimised ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914

THANKS. MRS. JP. PHBLA-N and FAMUjY desire to tender their sincere thanks to Drs. Tregear and Tait, and the Rev. .Father Gleeson for their un-! remitting attention, and to all those j kind friends who came to their assis* j tance during their recent sod be reavement. Also for the many kind expressions of sympathy received by letters and telegrams.

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914

SOCIAL ; A wedding in wlilch considerable. In terest was* centred took place nt the. Lutheran Churcli, Arkona, when Mr. Willaim Schulzo, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Schulzc, ot Lake ittlndwarsii,.was piarriod .to iJIluj: Jlartha ProusUfcr,. ot Artoua. The core-moo}', which :wo« largely..attended, .performed :h?-, [Pastor Jericho, of Jeparlt. [ The marriage was celebrated at the Nliill Methodist Church • on AVednes day, of Mr. A./Wilson, okJepai'lt, and Mies Xjucy C Davis, daughter- of,"Mr. and CflDjivla; ol Nliill.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914

I 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, 8 Clayton street, Balmain, N.S.W. "At- times I. was »so had I could aot do my •work. The pains in my back "were so severe in the morn ing that I was unable to get out of bed •without assistance, and when I stooped to pick anything up, it was with great difficulty that 1 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 me to try Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills. I thought they would be 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 comp...

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DIABOLICAL MURDER. ACT OF ENRAGED COOK. VICTIM'S HEAD BLOWN OFF. MURDERER COMMITS SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914

DIABOLICAL MURDER. ACT OF ENRAGED COOK. VICTIM'S f-IEA-D'BLOWN OFF. MURDERER COMMITS SUICIDE. j Mr. Oswald Coutts, sou of ,Mr. Ro I bert Coutts, a well known grazier of Longview station, in the Boort dls j trict, was, on Tuesday, shot dead by i a male cook, whose name is unknown, j with a single-barrelled gun. Tlio cook told Mr. Coutts that he would leave and go to Melbourne by the excursion train leaving Boort on Tuesday. De ceased said he would deduct a week's wages it he did not give the usual no tice. ■ The men came into town and still argued. Mr. Coutts would not settle under any other conditions, and when lie returned with his groom the cook said lie would shoot him. Mr, Coutts did not take the matter seri ously; but on getting out of the buggy he saw the cook pick up a gun, Mr. Coutts said, "Don't be foolish"; but on seeing the man was in earnest he tried to get away, ibut was shot at about a distance of three yards under the left I shoulder. The groom ran to his master's sid...

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CLAIM FOR DAMAGES. MOTORIST, SUES WATED COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914

, I CLAIM FOR DAMAGES. - Motorist:''sues water com At the sittinsfrof the Donald County Cic>itWrtrefore''Judge Winnecke and a jury o£ (our, Robert James Barber, auctioneer, of Birchlp, proceeded against the Water Supply Commis sion claiming £.150 lor damages al leged to have been caused to a mo tor car, the property of plaintiff, ow ing to defendants' negligence. Mr.. Detliridge, in opening the case, said; tTiat on May 15 last, Mr. Barbei was motoring along a Government road at the Bide of which an irriga tion channel, known as the Tyrrell West, had .been constructed. An in vert had been made, with a log on either side of the channel, and drl-j vers had to cross over this. Doubt less the work had.originally been pro perly iput down, but it would be shown that on the 15th May it constituted a danger to persons driving along the road. Although plaintiff slowed down to three or four miles an hour on ap proaching this invert, the bottom of ■the car was damaged, by the protrud ing log...

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SOCIETY AND WAGES. BISHOP LONG'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914

SOCIETY AND WAGES. BISHOP LONG'S VIEWS. Dr. Long, Bishop of Bathurst, In tlie course of a recent address, remarked j that most people thought the whole, | matter of life could he brought down to £!ie cardinal principle of receiving wages. Was that true? Undoubtedly it was a powerful motive, tout wag it ! the only one? He was sure there was a love of the game and a pride in the work. .For Instance, the wage sheet was not the only consideration with tho'englnedriver on the footplate;, the sense of responsibility and the hero ism which he was always prepared to •display in cases of emergency were : factors. The man who tilled the land I did not do so only for profit, although lie 'mietol be fully consaious of the lat ter.' Along 'With the pride of work there was 'feeding liungry mouths; that without him. society ..was impossi ble of continuance; that lie was per forming a social function and carrying out a social duty (for .which society was prepared to reward him. He (Dr. 'Long) did n...

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