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SUCCESSFUL FLIGHTS. DEFENCE DEPARTMENT'S TRIALS [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

SUCCESSFUL FLIGHTS. DEFENCE "DEPARTMENT'S TRIALS Harrison and; Petrle, two aviators engaged . by the De fence Department,, made suc cessful flights at the quarters of avia tion at Point Cook, both on Saturday evening and yesterday.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules, .; Pave the way to Success * By swing you - ' A GooJ Stomacli .. . And a Cheorlul-Disposition. Thexjiisest what you oat; \ SVgrywheKf.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

Mr: Sampson, M.P., and Airs. Samp soli Intend: making a hurried visit to West Australia,-They'will leave Ade laide by the Warilda on Tuesday, March 10th, and will be- absent for about three weeks. Mr. Jai". Bennett, il.i;.,; has been on a visit to Warracknabeal for a few days. He returned to Melbourne yesterday. - "■> After touring abroad for 13 mouths, the Rev:- Father Lynch ;,returned to Warracknabeal on Friday night. Many interesting places /were visited, and the trip was most enjoyable and bene ficial from a health point of view. The reverend gentleman is now settling down to Ills work in this parish, and has been heartily welcomed by his parishioners. Rev. T. C. Rentoul conducted the' services at! the-Methodist -Church 011 Sunday; when thoughtful and impres sive discourses were! delivered to large congregations. . >•«•,' Mr. D.McLennan, of:..,Geelong,:< is on a visit to this district."' He was in Warracknabeal on Saturday, and was pleased to meet many Old frien...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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CHANGES IN STAFF. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

CHANGES IN STAFF. As already intimated, certain cnan ges are being - made in connection with the staff of Messrs. Yountf Bros For: many -years' the' Warracknabeal branch has been conducted by Mr; Geo. .Moulden, but he is relln<]'nishin3 his connection with the. flrm, and the business in this centre will in- future be under the direction of iMr. Geo. Young. , from Martoa. It was Mr. Young's intention to conduct the sale in Warracknabeal on Saturday, but he was unable to be present, owing to an attack of illness. ••• His place was filled by Mr. R. J. Young, of Hor sham. Before the sale >. commenced Mr. Young said there had been'limited yardings of stock in Warracknabeal recently, but it was hoped periodically to "bring a good claBS of sheep to.tliia district. Referring to'clianges in the staff, Mr. Young, remarked that most of them were aware that Mr. Moulden was severing his connection with the firm. He had been in their employ for 27 years, had-held various offices, an...

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The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, MARCH 3rd, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH . SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, MARCH 3rd, 1914. The .Minister of Water Supply, Mr. W. Hutchinson, paid his first official visit to the district on -Saturday, wlieu inquiry was made into a number of important matters. He was accom* punted by :Mr, Cattanach, acting chair man of the . Water Commission, and iMessrs. Shaw and Southern, two of the departmental officers.; At "War-, racknabeal tJle Progress Association, alive to the interests of the town and district, put certain requests . before the Minister, and they received the most sympathetic consideration- With regard to the earlier running of water along the channels'than June 1st, the date fixed by the Water Commission, a statement was made by the Minis ter which should allay anxiety in the | minds of landowners. Recognising j that the year has been exceptionally dry, the Commission will, if necessary, commence the running of water on April 1st. At t...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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PEPPER'S PLAINS MAIL. ESTIMATED LOSS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

PEPPER'S. PLAINS MAIL. ESTIMATED LOSS. With reference, to the Jeparit-Pep pers Plains mail service, twice a week, which was established on the 1st" Sep tember last for a trial period of six months free of cost to the residents, Mr. Rodgers, M.P., has been informed ■by the department that the financial particulars in connection with the ser vice are as follows:—Conveyance of mails, £30; revenue, £17 10/6; an nual deficiency, £12 9/6. The contractor is prepared to con vey for a further term at the existing rate of payment, but as the deficiency exceeds 50 per cent, of the revenue, it will be necessary for Uie residents concerned to. contribute £6 4/9, repre senting half the deficit, to permit ot the service being continued for 12 months from March 1st. Should a lower offer for the conveyance r»f these mails be submitted, the subsidy would be proportionately reduced. With the view- of allowing the resi dents. ample time to subscribe the required amount, approval has been given for the ...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

FUNERAL NOTICE. THE FRIENDS of Mr. and Mrs . M. Dwyer are, respectfully invi ted to follow the remains, of their late beloved son to the place of Interment, the Warracknabeal Cemetery. The funeral Is appointed to move from St Mary's R.C. Church, at 2.30 p.m., THIS DAY. T. E. GARDINER, Undertaker.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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THE FROZEN SOUTH. RETURN OF DR. MAWSON. IMPORTANT RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

THE FROZEN SOUTH. RETURN OF DR. MAWSON. IMPORTANT RESULTS. I . Dr. aiawson and liis party of ex \ plorers and scientists arrived at Ade laide on Thursday in the Aurora, j In the course o£ an interview Dr. Mawson detailed the sledge fatality, in which two of the party lost their lives. After their deaths he was alone for 30 days, and had a miraculous es cape from starving to death. He had to travel to the base, 21 miles away, at the rate of two miles a day. Speaking generally, 'the expedition liad been eminently successful. The homeward journey' had yielded the best collection of biological specimens yet obtained-in the Antarctic. 'Some extraordinary fish and animals were obtained as deep as two miles. The delay at Adelie Land, owing to terrific wind, had enabled them to make a magnificent - ccTjecticn cf birds and eggs, which hitherto have been . ex tremely, rare. Many mineral deposits were exposed,, lilt their extent,was not traceable owing to the ice, A vast coal bed and copper or...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

Always Takes It. ; "I always take Chamberlain's Cougl Remedy whenever I have a cold,' writes Mrs. A. Preston, B1 King Wll 11am street, Fltzroy, Vic. "I i first tool It when I had an attack of Influenza and I got relief at once. Now I always keep a bottle lu .the house, and uevoi lose. an opportunity to recommend li to others. I know dozens o( people who look on Chamberlain's Cough Re medy "as a' part' of their household ot . ttotn.i ,<|6oW'i to- HutchiaEon- ami Co SUB 3. N. WbtftWtt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

Entertaining an-Enemy. ■ • Don't entertain - a , chronic running sore or wounds. Cure It witli S^lflbn's* J£fe&n©tiC ;Prij?&, 1/fi and 3/. O'taainablo ovoiTwhera

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

Take No Other. ^ | "For niua yeaw I flJ"e7ertj3(| liver: dlaorder.mid triod iw=| dlclnes, obtaining very_i»»" jijjtig writes: Mlss;BstliorX^'S',M Creelt,' N.S.W.''A«terJ»^,Sg berlaln'a Tablets regrulariy- ^ nlglit I .found .1 1 andam now completely; jj 6 S Jiealtli. My fatter, wM Invalid, mid 1b troaM^ r6>,te ■patlon;;butrljasd)b^»e°^ rtflg boneflf from t*® Rather than use any Mo have - often that 1b 20 Iain's Tablet®. $ raiid C». and J. N. WHCW- ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

THONE. No. IB. J. N. WOOLCOTT, Registered Dentist, ; Scott Street - - Warracknabeal. Next Door to .his Well Known Pharmacy '• Mb) he Consulted Dally. Beulah, Tuesday, March 10; Hopetoun, Tuesday, March 3; Lascelles, Wednesday, March 18tli; Woomelang, Wednesday, .March 11. ■ NUGARA " i (GALAQUIL EAST) STUD FARM. Southdown Sheep. "GLENALBYN" (registered in Draught Horse Stud Book, 6 years, upstanding brown horse, fine weight and quality, sure . . foai-gette*\ good worker, splendid mo^er, do- j cile; prize-winner, including <first Beu lah, 1912, * standing at farm' and tra-J veiling surrounding districts. All care; j no responsibility. Marcb suki or leaving | district to be paid for as \l Si. font! Government Life Certif.cnt<> r.-r Sou*.id-1 ness. Guarantee, £4 i/; chance, x'3 j 3/. "SOUTHDOWNS" (Registerou in Flock Book Tor British Breeds of Sheep in Australia). From our "Nu meralla," South Gippsland Stud. Bred from His Majesty's and other imported sheep. The ...

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SWIMMING CARNIVAL. NOVEL AND INTERESTING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

SWinmiklQ- OARNIVAl NOVEL -AND INTERESTINO EVENTS. ' . No fewer than 160 entries hank received for: all events at ttteW uilng . carnival to-morrow, atl lis Include competitors from Beulal I Jlinylp. There are 12 entries for tliS niera championship, and this it? prove , an exciting contest, ?* <,• The committee have catersi.! for the public, anil nrrangamea"1 all complete. ^ . The Town Band • are givingJ assistance at both'jsesslons., -|:i A committee of ladles lias prow for refreshments, lollies, and Ice M stalls.- . Novelties and side ® ftave been arranged. ■ ' ; The carnival will be held on tM! near the bowling green, and entrsi have been fixed at Woolooct w and at": the -manse" aide. ... • v: A feature of'the-carnival ™ appearance - of- 'Mri'. Frank da paire, the world'schampion mer, and his" displays are sii, looked forward to.' , • Abundant seating •nccomWO'1' has been:-secured/- anil 'j1 chairs may be obtained on Uc P™ at small cost. . u At night, the grounds WU1 ««...

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COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. Wheat, 3/5%. . Flour, 13/9. ■"...!•■ . Bran. 1/1, : , . ; Pollard, i/l>. ' Factory butter, 1/2. Dairy butter, 7d. and 8d. Eggs, 9d. Melbourne Press Quotations:— Factory butter, ll%d. ■ Dairy butter, 8V4d. to 9%d. Eggs, lid. (By Wire.—Melbourne Monday.) Wheat, steady, 3/10%; oats, mil ling, 1/M; feed, 1/9%. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

W. H. JANES' ;STQ&£... Special Value for the Next Fourteen Days. . Special. Values in DRESSES. Special Values In COSTUMES, j. Special Values In MILLINERY. Special Values In LACES. Special Values In GLOVES. Special Values In CALICOES. Special Values in UNDERCLOTHING. m -•. ^ No. I STORE; Special Values in MEN'S SUITS, ready to wear. Special Values Ih YOUTHS' SUITS, ready to wear. Special Values In BOYS' SUITS, ready to wear. Special Values In TROUSERS, Special Values iri VESTS. Special Values in HATS. Special Values In BRACES. Special Values in TIES. Special Values In SHIRTS. Tailoring1. Tailoring:. -Tailoring. Our Tailoring-Department lias earned the reputation of being right Up To-Dato,-troth :as regards1 to Style aad .Finish. Place Your Order for your EASTER SUIT now. I f ' ' "Whore Everything is Best by Actual Test." J. Twyford, Bqilder.^nd Contractor, The " Mai lee " Joinery Works, Woolcott Street, Builds to suit your requirements in any part of the District. Doom, Fly D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

THE ^ Pioneer . . Journal . .

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FILLING WATER CHANNELS. ONLY ONE RUN ALLOWED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

FILLING WATER CHANNELS. ONLY ONE RUN ALLOWED. * The president' of. the Durimunklo Shire Council. (Cr. ? Slaughter) recent-, ly interviewed 'the State " Water Supply Commission to-urge a more adequate water service for some of the neglected channels , in that district. A . reply, from. the-commission lma been received as-follows With re ference to the request that' water be run without delay for the filling oi tanks along the Lallat, RupanyupHigh level, and Minyip channels, it cannot be acceded to in its entirety, because it is imperative, for the success, of tht s; heme, that the system by which channels belonging to it be run only once in each year, and that the con-, sr.mers provide storage on their own holdings for at least a year's supply, be adhered to. In view of all the cir« ccmstnuces. it was, however, agreed that if the need continues, the annual mi through the channels, In question will be commenced this year not late? than the 1st of April. It is felt by the commission th...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. WHEAT COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

NEWS OF THE DAY. j W'HBAT COMPETITION. Prises for competition' in the wheat "iiisses. mi somewhat similar lines to: ni« o£ last year, 'will agaiti be offer "'i this year by the Royal Agricultural .Scclcty of Victoria. In view of the {Treat interest that is- being; taken in the subject of .wheat production, it is . hoped by the . council of the society that fanners will reserve some of ,their , host samples. so that they can, have ' them tested and entered for competi t'".;i at he next Royal Show. SPORT FOR AUSTRALIANS. "When you come to think of it," sa'.d llarry Hawker (to the Sydney "Sun"), "it-is pretty strange that sc few men in this country are trying themselves out as aviators. There's . nothlns In managing a machine, under • ordinary conditions. Tlie thing is per fectly easv. Nor is it very expensive. I should have-thought that the sport would have been tlie very thing. foi young squatters in Australia. They've got money enough, and they are just the sort of men to have tlie ...

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STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

STAR PICTURES. | A fairly .large,,gathering ot sps •tors attended the Star Picture Thai 1 on Saturday .. evening, when I porgramme submitted was; exceptional interest. "Her ft Boy" wasa : stirring drama, ?S created a profound Impression, ii "The Vengeanco of Galora" dejK many strange and exi'ii!:^ The star 'picture, "One Fair Dm ter," was full of stirring incident), i was watched with the keenest into throughout, as also was "Whenli -Changes." . .."Williamson's Alii New's",.portrayed.a series ol ctc'j recent .date, occurring in other j: of; the world, . amongst others U inter-State ..baiilc' cross-country ci! plonship", Grimsby: church parade, enormous anteater (a recent an! at the London- Zoo), picnic on' Wanganui River,; strike of silk i kers at Brahitree, and. Welsh c$ .'gatherers at. ;work. . Two mlrtitpri king 'pictures, .."That RagtimeBi! and "Tweedledum's .Mother," k greatly appreciated. The sympSt orchestra was again in attendants rendered .many beautiful selection their usu...

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ENTERTAINMENTS. MELBA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

ENTERTAINMENTS, MELBA PICTURES. I . ; Theresas excellent varietj- in programme presented at the !! i Theatre; on Saturday night, j list was so meritorious as to com, the attention o£ onlookers fmm , to finish,, and to evoke fre'iiBeir bursts of applause. Nine tt«' were portrayed, and of these # were' first-class dramas. "T|,8, ter Painter" was a remarkably i estiiig study, and was adiju screened.. Here genius was1 vored in, a garret, and under the tn Ins of,.i. master mind some wojj,, results - followed. . There was an "presslve scene when the, ola paij recognising, the work of his acknowledged that, he was no It, the master, but the pupil. ( ous Scar" was a military ilratna reri with intense interest.. It was ^ 1 fascinating, story, associated.^; | war.between Italy and Turkey, ( there .was. a tenseness and a 'grim' power that could not. fall to tap. In , the drama the qualities o!»3| w,ere depicted In connection wij realistic battle scene. "Throufli Flood Gates" was porhaps..the« ...

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