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WATER FOR THE COUNTRY. RETICULATION OF THE WIMMERA. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914
WATER FOR THE COUNTRY, j RETICULATION OF THE W1M MERA. The State Water Commission osti- I mates that its outlay during the pre* | sent year will amount to £400,000. f The largest vote is being utilised for ! I'the provision of extra storages and I channels for the Wimmera. About ; .£54,000 has been earmarked for the purpose, and it will bring the 'total out lay cn this great project to over £770,000. Altogether, the scheme feeds between 6000 and 7000 square miles of country in the far north-west of the State. The main Wimmera mallee channel now runs 200 miles north from its source at Lake Lons dale. Various branch channels have ibeen, and are still being, built out from this main channel, while just re cently the commission has also adop» ted a policy of providing large eartlion tanks for travelling stock in the dis trict. A number of rising towns in the mallee country are now being ro- 1 triculated from the system. THE BATYO OATYO SCHEME. The 'work of constructing a weir on the Avo...
SHEEP KILLS PLUMPTON COURSING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914
SHEEP KILLS l'LUMPTON OOUBSINO CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting" of the above club -was held at Powell's Hotel on Saturday night last. There was a I large attendance of members, and judging by the enthusiasm displayed, everything points to a successful year. Mr. R. H. -Stainthorpe (president)^ oc cupied the chair. The secretary (Mr. 'D. Vaughau) read a letter from the secretary of No. 1 district, stating that he had drawn up a list of fixtures for the com ing season, thus doing away with the expense of sending delegates to Sta well. * The meeting .did not approve of dates allotted to'Sheep Hills, and the secretary was instructed to intimate that Mr. Stalnthorpe had been appoin* ted a delegate. The balance-sheet, as read, was adopted. Receipts—Nominations, £376 18/; members' tickets, £37 10/; gate j £31) 15/; draw cards, £28 4/; dona-1 tions, £1 11/6. Expenditure—Stakes, j &3R-K 3/: sinking of dam and erec tion of windmill and piping, £50; judging, slipping, and gatek...
BOWLS. WARRACKNABEAL v. BIRCHIP. AN ENJOYABLE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914
BOWLS. WARRACKNABEAL v. BIRCHIP. A'N ENJOYABLE GAME. Five rink teams from Birchip visi ted Warracknabeal on Wednesday and tried conclusions with the local club. The day was an ideal one for out' door sport, and a goodly number at tended to witness the games, includ ing many ladies, the croquet lawn ad-! joining being well patronised by the fair sex. The visitors arrived : early, and spent some time on the green, and play was started punctually at Z p.m. .Mr. Maxted had the green in fine playing order, and it was keen and good, the visitors being very compli mentary on its condition. The games were in most cases rather one-sided, Warracknabeal being too strong for their opponents. However, they were thoroughly enjoyed by both sides, and a very pleasant afternoon was spent. When the full totals were totted up, it was found that Warracknabeal had won by 159 points to S3. Mr. Miller's team for Warracknabeal held the lead ing berth by scoring 44 points to Bir chip's 10. The visitors were...
METHODIST CENTENARY. REVIEW OF THE PAST. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914
METHODIST CENTENARY. REVIEW OF THE PAST. Reference was made ou Sunday In Methodist churches and Sunday schools to the approaching centenary of Methodism in Australia-. The Rev. 'R. 'Dititerioli, speaking at Albert Park, gave some interesting particulars of the history of Metho dism in Australia and other lands. He said 'that the Rev. S. Leigh, the first 'Methodist'minister in Australia, arrived in Sydney in 1815, and, excep ting the Anglican chaplains, who came out with the earliest settlers, was the first clergyman on the Held. "His spiritual descendants," remarked Mr. iDitlterich, "are still much in evidence. A convert was a coach driver, whose son, the 'Rev. John Watsford, became one of the most conspicuous of Aus tri'lja's ministers. He in turn gave two sons to the ministry, while one of his grandsons Is also a minister, now in Ballarat. A century ago there were only six^Afethpdist members in Australia. To-day there are over 140,000, with over 1100 ministers and homo missionarie...
POLITICAL AFFAIRS. CANDIDATE FOR BALACLAVA. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914
POLITICAL AFFAIRS. CANDIDATE .FOR BALACLAVA. ■Dr. Carty Salmon has accepted an invitation -to stand for ithe 3alaclava seat in the House of iRypresentatfves in place of Mr. Agar Wynne, Postmas ter-General, who will not seek re-elec tion. COMPULSORY ENROLMENT. A canvass toy .the police ol the elec tors for the. Legislative Assembly is now being conducted. According -to competent authorities the canvass in dicates clearly the need for compul sory enrolment legislation. The results in the divisions already completed show large additions to the rolls. This proves that optional enrolment is not satisfactory, as it leaves the road open to apathy and indifference on the part of many of those qualified .to be enrolled. It is estimated that about 50,000 people do not take the trouble to ensure their names 'being on the rolls, with a consequent reduction 1111 the votiing strength of the community. Xt is no secret that the authorities con cerned with electoral matters consi der that it would &...
LABOR CAMPAIGN. MR. FISHER'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914
LABOR CAMPAIGN. MR. FISHER'S PROGRAMME. Mr. Andrew Fisher, leader of the Federal Opposition, will early next i 'month start on what will prove to 1 be an important campaign. .He will open in the "Melbourne Town Hall, and then go to Ballarat and Bendigo. In Ballarat he "will deal specially with the standJng orders, and the suspen sion of Mr. D. C. 'McGrath. •He will then go 011 to Sydney, Ba thurst, Goul-burn, Brisbane, .Marybor ough and -Mackay. Mr. Fisher will be supported by a contingent of the leading members of both Houses, and it is anticipated that there will be some vigorous speaking. The exact itinerary of the campaign will be made known in a few days.
"I HAVE REPAID." [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914
"I HAVE REPAID." A fair audience greeted tlie Conrad Power Dramatic Company at McCombe's Hall on Tuesday evening, when the drama, "I Have Repaid," was presented. The play was light in character, but there were some im pressive parts. Conrad Power took the role of a wily Jew in an admirable manner, and he was well supported by Miss Ada Lawrcnce and the prin cipals of the company. In returning •thanks for the patronage received, Mr. Power said it was the intention 1 of. the company to pay angthor visit to Warracknabeal.
ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA PICTURES. THE MYSTERIOUS "AUBREY." A CROWDED HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914
ENTERTAINMENTS MELBA PICTURES. THE MYSTERIOUS "AUBREY." A CROWDED HOUSE. There was'a packed house at tho Melba Thontre on Wednesday even ing, when an entertainment \vas given by the management, in conjunction with Mr. Aubrey Simmons, illusionist and hypnotist, in aid of the State, school fund. . Mr. Simmons recently came to Warracknabeal to take charge of the sloyd class in this centre. Im mediately on his arrival he expressed a desire to help the school, and the management of the Melba Co. readily fell in with his proposal that a special night should he set apart for that pur pose. So generous was the patronago received that a substantial sum will be available for school requirements as a result of the effort. At 8 o'clock tho seating accommodation at the i Melba Theatre was more than taxed.' Extra seats were provided, but still a good many people were compelled to stand throughout the evening. Mr. iSiinmons came to Warracknabeal with ! the reputation of being a clever per | former...
STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914
STAR PICTURES. Patrons of tlio Star Picture Theatre, on Wednesday evening were delighted with Jiio thrilling and fascinating pro gramme presented. The star produc tion, "Lieutenant Daring'and Mystery: of Room!41" was :» stirring"drama,.tlie unfolding of which was watched with the greatest interest. - Lady Gray- had Issued- invitations fori a party and dance,^and among the guests were Lord Robey and Lieut; Daring.' A clever plot was hatched by some jewel thieves to kidnap Lord Robey, so as the leader of the gung,"Spider,. the Yankee," could take Ills place,«and tho sciiemo was successfully '.'.carried out.. As the story proceeded "Sr>l . der". was, seen oarrying out liis nutaer-' ous darlne robberies, and successfully escaped with tho loot ; Lieut. Daring, finding a clue, got' on to the trade of the robbors, and followed r tliem;: to their headquarters, where ho'-put up a I'brilliant fight against the whole of.tho i gang. . -Eventually, however; ha was loVWW"Wf8 ana threw 6\^r * t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914
| F Further Continuance of the sa&xs or eraws btook By the Adelaide Bargain Company Prices Still Further Reduced for Speedy Clearance. HATS—Ladles' Trimmed Hats, 27/6 for 6/!), 25/ for 5/, 21/ for 4/3. Beautiful Millinery Sprays, lovely goods, 2/11 for 1/, 1/U 101 ud" DRESS GOODS I Prices are tlie Lowest ever known here. Figured Sicilians, 1/11 for 0d; Silk Striped Voiles. 1/0 f&lt;» /go'Vicces, of Tweeds, 1/9 Cor 6d. yard, double width; Satin Cloths 3/6, for l/S'/Ji Dross Muslins for 2&lt;£&lt;1. These are going rapid j. Dress Goods to select from. FIRST COME FIRST SERVED. to clear BLOUSES—Cambric Blouses 1/11, for Gd, each. Splendid Blouses at 1/3, 1/9, 1/11, 2/11. Balance of our «. One-1 itce to, at 8/11, 4/11, 5/11. BOYS' SUMMER SUITS, three Karment, G/U for 2/8, 9/11 for 3/11. MEN'S WORKING SHIRTS, 1/G, 1/9, 1/11. Men's Underpants, 1/9, 1/11,. 2/6. Men's Felt Ilats, 8/11 for S/«, 7/11 tor n\\. THESE GOODS HAVE ALL TO GO AND GO QUICKLY. YOU MAY NE...
NEWS OF THE DAY. DEATH OF HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914
HEWS OF THE DAY. j DEATH OF HORSES. •Mr. Walter G. Hicks, of "Kilmore, had . the misfortune to lose two valu able draught horses a -few (lays ago, through the effects of the extreme flieat. The horses were engaged in se parate waggons when they collapsed, within a few yards of each other, ow. •ing to sunstroke. PLIGHTS BY MAWKISH. Hawker's exhibition of flying at Randwick racecourse, N.S.W., on Sa turday was witnessed by 15,000 peo pie. Lord Denman was a passenger in one flight, and reached nn attitude of 3000. ieet. TIIB DRY SEASON. Effects of the continued dry spell are being felt in the Gilgandra dis trict, N.S.W. 'Mr. W. R. -Buckley, of Tooraweenah, says that'the springs on bis property are lower now than in the drought of 1902, a circumstance for wh!eh he cannot account, because the prosent dry season is not nearly so 'protracted. Another instance is furnish, ed on the property of Mr. \\\ Waterford, where a -tank which, for over HO years has not been dry, has only a few days' s...
CORRESPONDENCE. QUESTION OF CONSISTENCY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914
CORRESPONDENCE QUEST-ION OF 'CONSISTENCY. (To the Editor.) 1 Sir,—(Please allow me, through your I columns, to draw attention to the in 1. consistency of tlie leading members of I the local Progress Association. If my I memory serves me correctly the secre I tary of this association a while ago | gained first honors for an essay on the I beautiflcation of Warracknabeal. One 1 strong and convincing clause of this 1 essay was a suggestion to abolish the 1 hideous and disreputable hoarding 1 board in the centre of the town, as It 1 was an eeysore, and did not add to the 1 attractiveness of the main street. Des 1 pite this condemnation, the associa i tion has now added to that eyesore I more hideous hoardings, advertising I the approaching carnival. I presume I a portion of the proceeds will go to I wards the abolition of this nightmare. —Yours, etc., CONSISTENCY.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914
PERSONAL. Mia. Hiis'i Adams, of Laen, Is sori ouslyill a' ll0r llome' blaster Lawrence Duncan, son of .' i;ev, w. J. Duncan, late o£ Ro. naityup, has gained a Government ex hibition entitling him to £40 a year for a University course. air. E. Penny, of Boolite, haB pur cliused a double-seated Ford motor car. Ulr. and Mrs- Jolln Bunwortli, of -Mount View, Pierrepoint, have pur chased a valuable property near War racknabeal, and will be leaving tlio Hamilton district at an early date. At a large and representative gathering ol friends (says the "Spectator") Mr. TIiob. Carlin spoke in high terms of tlie great respect in which Mr. and! Mrs. Bunworth are held by the resi dents of Hamilton and the surrounding j districts, and the great interest they took In public affairs. Speaking ppr-: soually, he knew Mr. Bunworth was a supporter of every Institution tiiat augured for tliq welfare of Hamilton and district. He had a great helpmate in Ills good wife, who was one of the most onorgetlc lad...
FORCED INTO DUEL. A FATAL SHOT. BUDAPEST, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914
FORCED INTO DTJEL. A FATAL 8H0T. _ BUDAPEST, Monday. Lieutenant Hadju and Herr fctgmuna i Baboscray, an officer in the Hungarian I raservetf, who were -(brothers-in-law, I were compelled last weelt; to flght a duel under the army regulations, des pite Baboscray's offer to apologise for a slight insult and Hadju's willingness to accept. Both pistols at the out set roissed-flre. Baboscray then tried to spare Hadju, and turned his heal as he fired without aiming.. The bullet hpwever.,: struck Hadjv;, who dropped dead within a few paceis of his brother-in-law., -
COLLISION IN THE YARRA. STEAMER BADLY DAMAGED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914
COLLISION IN THE YARRA. STEAMER BADLY DAMAGED. The Geelong steamer Coogee seems to be fated to meet bad luck. Only recently she was refloated after being aground in the Hopetoun Channel for some weeks, and on Wednesday she figured In a sensational collision in the Yarra. The interstate steamer Bombala' was being towed through the swinging basin, near the Coogee's berth, when her stern collided with the Geelong boat. The result of the collision was to sweep the Coogee's decks of all the fittings, cut her rigging to pieces, and otherwise seriously damage her. Tha Bombala escaped without serious in jury. There were several passengers on the Coogee, and when they saw that the collision was inevitable they fled to the other side of the deck. One lady, a Mrs. Miller, of Teesdale, did not escape quickly enough, and was struck by the falling wreckage, her nose being broken;
BOMB BY POST. VICAR AND THREE OTHERS KILLED. BUDAPEST, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914
BOMB BY POST. VICAR AND THREE OTHERS KILLED. -BUDAPEST, Tuesday. A dastardly outrage, which, althougn it failed ,to achieve what was appar ently Us main purpose, cost the livds of four people, was perpetrated to day in Budapest. : " A parcel, was received at the resi dence of Bishop 'Miklossy, addressed to the bishop, and apparently contain; ing gifts for the church. It really con tained a dynamite bomb, "wliich ex ploded when the parcel was opened. The bishop had a marvellous escape, l^ut the vicar and three other persons were killed,.while seven more people were injured. A daughter 01 the viva" became Insane when sue learnt of »e* father's tragic death. .
WATER SUPPLY MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914
WATER SUPPLY MATTERS.. A deputation from the Progress as? sociation will wait upon the Minister of Water Supply (Mr. W. Hutchinson) • to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock at the Shire Hall. 'Matters relating to the water supply in Warrackna-beal and district will be brought under the 'Minister's notice. The support of all interested "will be welcomed. SWIMMING CARNIVAL,. In an endeavor to obtain a swim ming basin in the town, the Progress Association are holding their monster water carnival on the creek near the bowling green, on Wednesday , next, March 4th. A'programme of 15 events is arranged, and prizes total £20. The principal event is the Wimmera championship, for which £3; 3/ has Jjeeu allotted. Side show novelties and comicalities will be included in the programme. The Town and 'Federal ibands have given their valued assis tance to the committee for the occa sion. Entries are coming in well, and the races should be well contested. Magnificent illuminations at night will be a featur...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 27 February 1914
Toting bros., ! auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents, Land, Flnanoe, !M and Commission Agents, HOKSHAM, NHILL, HAMILTON AND WAHRACKNABEAL. 0(11009 at Ararat, Murtoa, Minyip, Nhlll, Rupanyup, Dlmbooin, nonalil, Toning, Balmoral, and Goroke; also WolBley, s.A. • AGENTS FOR:— „vs Lascelleu, Limited, Wool and Grain Brokers, Stock and ™ Agents, Geelong and Melbourne. Australian Mutual Provident Society. •. National Fire Insurance Co. of New Zealand. Bnllarat Banking Co. Limited. Australasian Mutual Live Stock Insurance Sooiety Limited. iuslnesa nrrangemouts with all the leading Arms of auctioneers iu rsouth Wales and South Australia. Hob sales of Horses, Cattle, Sheep held at Horsham, Nhill, Hatnll irtoa, Minyip, YVarracknabeal, Beulah, Hopetoun, Rupanyup, Donald, la Kaniva, Natlmuk, Goroke, Dunkeld, Casterton, Cavendish, Strath Balmoral, Terang, and Lake Bolac. MONEY TO LEND AT LOWEST RATES. UNHHSBRVED t BAKING- SALE. r 0f ItOCK and farming plant. f At Beulah Sale Yards. ItUDSDAY, 10th...