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

Desperate Shooting. Pains in the Chest require prompt treatment. TJse Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds. It gives immediate relief. Price, 1/6 and 3/. . Obtainable everywhere. WASTE PAPER F OR SALE at PaDsr. the office of Thip Collars, Saddlery and Harness OF all descriptions. Large stock to choose from——Buggy, Gig Harness from 90/. Best Leather and Materials. All well made. Dray Col lars from 19/, Buggy Collars from 13/, and Hiding Saddles from 46/. Bridles, Whips, Spurs, Brushes, Leg gings, etc., in great variety. BEENIE'S Patent and other - HORSE RUGS. Satisfaction Guaranteed. vW. F.'Schickerlingr, SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, Scott street, Warracknabesl.

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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V.R.C. MEETING. NEWMARKET HANDICAP WON BY IOWNIT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

V.R.C. MEETING. NEWMARKET HANDICAP WOM BY IOWNIT. The V.R.C. autumn meeting opened oil Saturday, wheiVthe big sprint raco of Australia was decided—the New market Handicap, It was a very open race this year, and many horses Vera. fancied, c Cider was, a pojttilai pick, and he ran the winner to half a length, iownit won a good race or two, in, Adelaide last, winter, but was there beaten by Widgcwa, whom Sco bie fancied a good deal on Saturday, 'Results :— Hurdles—Darrawa 1, The Vet 2, Light Ballast 3. 5 to 1 winner, evens Widdcn. \ 'St; Leger—Radnor 1, Aidelosla :2, Mbhodia 3. 11 to 8 on winner. I NEWMARKET HANDICAP, 6 fur- . . longs. j C. SlcPariane'8 TCVWNIT, 7.13 (Smart) . • 1 A. Wynne's CIDER, 8;il (Connell) 2 Messrs. Baillieu's ALECONNER (Fisher),. .. .. .. .. .. 3 Thirty-six "starters. 5 to 1 Gold Brew, 6 to 1 Brattle, 8 to 1 Cider, 16 to i Aleconner, 20 to 1 Iownit. Nu: wara Eliya led the first furlong, and then gave - place to ^Brattle,, v Gold Brew, Averse, and Tadanga. Silve...

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WORLD'S WHEAT POSITION INTERESTING COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

WORLD'S WHEAT POSITION^ INTERESTING COMMENTS. What may be termed a "bullish" report, indicating a very firm outlook, has been - issued by 'Messrs! A. N» Bathgate and Co,, of Bristol and Lon don, concerning the broad position of the world's wheat-supplies. - The .fol lowing: extracts are. from the report:— :"It is somewhat remarkable that, in . a season when practically every crop promised well at one time, something has had to be. written off early ex pectations, with the one exception of U.S.A. ; The Canadian Government, which was talking in August about n total yield of-30,000,000 quarters, does not now estimate, for more ■ than 25,000,000 quarters, being a shade less than the previous crop in that coun try. „ "Argentina, as is now known, has produced the most disappointing yield of the past' 10 years. Russia; whose cloak of opulence was flaunted in our faces for some months, does not offer the wheat which she was . supposed to hold, and it is generally, admitted now that thecrop ...

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SPORTING NEWS TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

SPORTING NEWS TURF. J My .Mistake, wlio -wourmany graces in the Wimmera, and also the Caiilfleld , Grand 'National'Stcepleuhase in 1903, ' and who was owned l>y Mr. ;Heath, of Sheep Hills, died suddenly the other ; day.'1.' The old fellow, who was .17 years 'old, had been pensioned off in Mr. Heath's paddocks, and appeared to be' all right when seen about two, hours before his death, and how lie succumbed Is not known. Jt; is thought lie may possibly have been bitten "by a snake. He was in good condition, I and appeared lively enough the' pre-, vious day. . ' A meeting of St.. Patribk's Racing Club was held i on : Friday evening; when matters in connection with the gathering on 18tli March were further arranged and completed. ; Everything is now practically well in hand for the conduct of a .successful meeting, and this should be the outcome on. the lStli. : Rev. Father Lynch, who lias returned from his trip abroad, ..was i elected president in. place of Rev. Father Waldrou, who ...

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HARVEST AT ROSEWORTHY COLLEGE. "WORST ON RECORD. WHEAT AVERAGE, 6½ BUSHELS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

HARVEST AT KOSEWORTHY COLLEGE. "WORST ON RECORD. , WHEAT •AVERAGE, GVi BUSHELS. Jw his harvest report for 1D13-14, the principal of Roseworthy Agricul utral College, -S.A. (Professor Perkins) states that the season was the 'worst experienced "by. the district since the days of its first settlement. He ex plains "Weather conditions were mainly responsible for the thwarting of our well-laid plans." The total rain fall for the year -was 15.66 in,, an ag gregate that does no fall so very far short of the mean—17.64. in. on. the preceding 30 years. -But closer in spection shows the significant fact that the early part of the wheat-grow ing season was phenomenally dry. During the first four months of the seeding and growing season, April, •May, June, and July, little more than iy> in. was recorded, whereas normal ly 7in. might have been expected. The net result of these unfavorable seed ing and winter conditions was that [ seed that had been sown in April and May did not show above gro...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

TENNIS. ,■ . A teams match botweon teams r«r i presenting Alls a and the Allsa (North s clubs was playod on Wednof)day; last on the court ot tW latter, anil 'ended : In a "win for thS~ Some teain 'by 31 « games. Results—J. Scott and-'A'.^Ma' thliSon boat A, Kinsftbrn and W. HoT (land, 6—5 ami lost to n ■« and h. Haytor, R—g. ,w „' Peters beat Hunter nnd'«Ji,,<1r and.liikater aiid Dwyor"« T ''Hi tors and M. Peters lost'toTin W , Hooper, 6-G, and beat,N Dwyor, G 5. A. Havteranfltl lost, to D. Klnghoi'ii and , ,H| 1-0,' and W. Holland Z \ '"I horn, 1—fl, Miss D. Ilavtu.-'' Scott- .bent Mrs. Mllboimie Til ;Huntor.:,.6rr4.:j. ..Miss p Ha'!* L W. Peters lost to Miss liumi"! Inkster; 0—(i. Misses I). ^ ter lost to Mrs. Mllbourne injif Hunter,., 0—G, O-G. !Ml39 J'M and Mrs.. Peters lost to inJl'N P. Holland, 0—G, 2-G. To, > M -14,-games; Allsa North, 75

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

Fighting For Breath. ",My little "boy was a martyr to bad colds and ••coughs,says 'Mrs. C. War rell, Lake's Creek, Rockhampton, Q. "At times he has been so bad that I have found him fighfcing for breath. Since I started giving fiim Chamber lain's Cough Remedy I do not avorry over his coughs, for I know that a couple of doses will give him immedi ate relief. Sold by Hutchinson and j Co.-and J. N. Woolcott LADIES 1 I T is truly said, "Many women and girls suffer unnecessarily when a little knowledge may save them years of pain and misery." ' This' kuowledge every woman will find In the""Natura" Health Guide, sent free on receipt of 2d. to cover postage. Address, Dept. Wl, MNatura" Health Co. "(Mrs. Clifford, Supt.), 49 Elizabeth street, Melbourne. 249c. OF ESPECIAL INTEREST TO WOMEN. Mrs. m., p.: stew art, of the Headquarters Staff 'of, the La dies' College of Health, Melbourn2, In announcing that she will visit War rncknabeal at regular intervals, asks the public to bewnro of imitati...

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AUSTRALIAN CUP 2¼ miles. (Run to-day.) [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

AUSTRALIAN' CUP. 2^4 'miles. (Run to-day.) Tire Parisian •• •• 9—0 Sea Prince .. ...... 8—12-; .■ Desire . .. .. ; 8—9 Lord Alwyne .. .. 8—8 Audacity. ... ■ -■ 8—S . Harpist .. .... . • 8—8 .Wassail .. .. .. .. 8—3 ; •.Prizefighter .. 8—1 , ; Matouree ■■■.»■■■ 8—1 . Loch Amos .. • • 7—13: Andelosla .. ...... 7—11, ' Wallalo .. .. .. ... 7—9: , Belove .. .. .. .. 7—7: Dlabolo ... .7—5 iObl .. 7—3 'Calamus ■ .. .... .. 7—3 St. Vano .. 7—4;' .Coradil, .. 7—1 Gladwyn ..- 6—13 Lord Grey \ .. .. .. 0—7 trkl « 6—7 There aro 21 acceptors for to-day's long distance race, and "there Is noth ing very striking sticking out. The Parisian won the Melbourne Cup a couple of years ago, and Is fancied by the stable, but he .has a big weight. Among the top lot wo . like Audacity and Harpist, and while neither have done anything very brilliant of lato, their connections are said top fancy them:'. Harpist Is probably a' better horse now than lie was last sprint:, and he can stay the distance well. •Wass...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

RIFLE SHOOTING. Tho .annual, matches in connection with tho Wimmera Riflo Union will start at ^Horsham to-day, and will con tinue till Thursday afternoon. Given fine weather, the mooting: should : be highly successful. -A good prize list has been oifered, totalling £246;: The. toams' match on Wednesday, In which some 22 teams will take parti is suio to produce shooting of the highest or- ■ der, the different clubs being very keen to win the gold medals offered ty , the union, : and alMho best man will ■ represont their respective toams.

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GOYURA SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

GOYURA SPORTS. The annual meeting of the Goyura Club was held last week. The results were:— -■ , District Handicap (foot race), 120 yard? (15 mile radius)—Logan 1, Hat cher 2, Nlcliola 3. . Novice 'Handicap (foot race), 100 yards—'W. 0\Loughlin 1, iC. O'Brien 2. Time—10 4-5. Handicap Pony Race—W. Whlte'B Plain Bill, 9.0, 1; W. O'Louglilln's Sil ver Bullet, 10.0, 2; T. O'Loughlin's Game Mick. 8.7, 3. Joyful 8.7 also started, but was left at tho post. Goyura Handicap, 1 mile—G. Doug las'Malleeable, 9.6, 1; H. Jenkins'Coll, 9.0, 2. Only starters. . Hying Handicap, 6 furlongs—G. ■SI. Douglas's Malleeable, 9.9,1; H. Jen kins' Coil,■ 9.0, 2. Only starters. .. Maiden Hack Hace, 0 furlongs—G. Mair'a ns. H.O.D., 1; G. Douglas's My Hope, 2; H. 'Naylor's Black Watch, 3. Forced Handicap, 6 furlongs—O. Hair's ns. iH.O.D., 10.0, 1; H. Naylor's Black Watch, 9,0, 2. ; Stepping a Distance™J. Jackson 1. About 50 competitors. 1

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

YOXJNG B ROS., Auotioneers, Stooh and 8tatlon Agents, land, Flnanoe, and Commission Agents, HORSHAM. NHILU HAMILTON AND WARRACKNABBAL. ; cll omcoa at Ararat, Murtoa, Mlnyip, Nhlll, Rupanyup, DImb'oola, f!rtnn Donald, Terang, Balmoral, and Goroke; also Wolsley, a.A. r t8f AGENTS FOR:— .nys Lnscellea, Limited, Wool and Grain Brokers, Stock. and Ion Agents, Geelong and Melbourne. • s Australian Mutual Provident Society. '! National Fire Insurance Co. of New Zealand. ? sallarat Banking Co. Limited.' he Australasian Mutual Live Stock Insurance Society Limited. „d business arrangements with all the leading firms of auctioneers in , South WaleB and South Australia. Ljlon sales of Horses, Cattle, Sheep held at Horsham, Nhlll, Hamli Murton, Mlnyip, Warrackuabeal, Beulah, Hopetoun, Rupanyup, Donald, iboolfl, Kanlva, Natlmuk, Goroke, Dunkeld, CaBterton, Cavendish, Strat.h Lip Balmoral, Terang, and Lake Bolac. " ' MONEY TO-LEND AT LOWEST RATE8. (jNIth/SBRVBT) MAKING BALE. r0GK AND farming PLANT...

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

Honestly Recommended. > , "Toanyone suffering; from diarrhoea i can hoilestly, recommend Chamber lain's • Colic ands DiarrhoeaRemedy as being the most satisfactory ro iicJy on the market," writes Mr. C. C. hooper, TV'oJrofteld, N.Z., I have tried »H sorts of medicines, but Iiavo found lothinn equal t<} Chamberlain's Colia uid Dlarrlmma Remedy." Hold liv Hut Mam ssfi Ok imfl J.'N. ^

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WEATHER AT MAN'S OPTION SIR OLIVER LODGE'S THEORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

WEATHER AT MAN'S OPTION, SIR OLIVER LODGE'S THEORIES. .Sir Oliver Lodge; the president of the British Association, is. a scientist of world-vide repute, so when he sug • kqsIx that with the aid of electricity mere man'will be able to override the ! decisions of the clerk of tho weather , we must not simply shrug our ghoul - dors and indulge iu sceptical grins. , There must be "something: iu it," or j Sir Oliver, surely would, not waste his - own time and a "Kelvin lecture," and , the time of the members of the Jnsti- ! tute of Electrical' Engineers, by dis coursing on the matter. iSir Oliver's . theme was the electrification of. the • atmosphere with a view to controlling the weather, and to improve the . growth of crops. ' Dealing with the question of artifi cial interference with atmospheric electricity, the lecturer reminded the audience of his experiments, made many years ago, which showed that the effect of a negative discharge on dust or steam was to cause tho par ticles to co...

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CAST ON ISLAND. SHIPWRECKED CREW SUFFERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

CAST ON ISLAND. SHIPWRECKED CREW SUFFERS. Seventeen of the craw of Ui-> French barque La Tour d'Auvcrgua have arrived at Wellington, N.Z., by the steamer Tahiti from Papeete. The barque, when bound for Nou mea, struck on Palmerston Island dur- . ing a fog on the night of October 21. The crew landed by means of a rope and cradle, and bad to remain on the island for SO days, living all the time on fish and cocoanuts. The na tives "were very, good, but were them selves short of other provisions, so the • crew did not use their groceries, which ■ arrived at irregular intervals. Terrific heat was experienced, and the crew suffered . seriously. The barque, broke up in a gale in Decem ber. The captain and five of the crew went to San Francisco, aiid the others are bound for France, via Sydney.

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BULK HANDLING OF GRAIN. ADOPTED BY RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

BULK HANDLING OF GRAIN. A DOPTE D BY R USSI A. Tn view of the demand for the adop tion of methods that will result in the bulk handling of Australian wheat, it is interesting to note that Russia in tends to instal the bulk system on a more extensive scale than she has hitherto done. The British Consul at •St. Petersburg points out that Russia produces on an average 70,000,000 tons of cereals per'annum. In consequence of the lack of proper organisation in the Russian grain trade, and also on account of the grain, notwithstanding its high quality, containing too often a high percentage of admixture and dirt, Russian grain commands a lower price abroad than other foreign grain. Russian seaports, also, are not equip ped properly to deal with the im mense arrivals of grain, for export just after harvest time. It has now been realised that the only method of dealing with such quantities 1s to fol low the example set by the United States—to construct a sufficient num ber of grain elevators...

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THE DUMBUOY REGULATOR. LOW LEVEL CROSSING SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

THE DUMBUOY REGULATOR. LOW LEVEL CROSSING 'SUGGES TED. An inspection was made of the Dumb'lay weir, the state of which was recently brought under the notice of the' Commission by the Borung Shire Council. A large hole in the embank ment oS the regulator has been wash ed out, with the result that the weir is of little use at present for the stor age of water,. while there is no cros sing for traffic. The party travelled in moLor cars provided Iby Messrs. H. H. Mercer, R. Smith, D. Tarrant, and "W. Hewitt. On arrival at the Dum buoy a number ot the residents hi that locality,'were waiting to inter view the. Minister. : i.ir v Mr. E. Devereux said the weir in its present condition was of no practi cal uso for the storage of water, and | there was' no way of getting across the creek, except by going through it. If -the weir were in good order it would conserve sufficient water to last right through the summef.. He had no water supply, except what was drawn from the creek. Mr. Shaw said ...

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THE MINISTER'S REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

THE MINISTER'S REPLY. iMr. Hutchinson said that as one who had been so long identified with Warracknabeal, he appreciated the for mation of the Progress , Association, and the public spirit which was being displayed in taking up these questions. He was .fully in sympathy witli the work that was being done, and with the propositions which were being put before the public. Regarding the mat ters referred to by the deputation, he was generally in sympathy with their statements. Reference had been made to Whitton Swamp as a beauty spot, and a place that was of advantage to the district. As a Progress Associa tion, they must realise that-they-could not have omelettes without breaking eggs, and some of the conditions of the past might have to go in order to open up the way for greater advan tages in the future. They were all interested in Warracknabeal, which w,as a growing centre, and greater pro vision mtist be made for its water sup ply. He knew the needs of Warrack nabeal, and he had ...

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Water Supply Needs VISIT OF THE MINISTER. NEW SCHEME FOR THIS TOWN. RESERVOIR AT WITTON PROPOSED. RUNNING OF WATER IN CHANNELS. EARLIER FLOW PROMISED. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

'Water Supply .'NMdik VISIT OF THE MINISTER. NEW SCHEME FOR THIS - TOWN. ' reservoir at whitton pro posed. RUNNING OP WATER Jin CHAN NEDS. ■: earlier flow promised. The Hon. W. Hutchinson, M.L.A., Minister for Water Supply, accompan ied by Mr. Cattanach, acting chairman o£ the Water Commission, Mr. Shaw, engineer in charge of the district, and Mr. Southern, paid a visit to War racknabeal 011 Saturday to enquire Into various matters connected with the water supply, of the district. A deputation representing the War nacknaheal Progress Association wai ted upon the 'Minister at the Slilre Hall at 9 o'clock. ; Mr. W. P- Scliickerling, president of the Association, said the deputation: •wished to interview the Minister in re gard to the, general water supply of the district, and also -with reference to Whitton Swamp. This was one of , the watering places for a large part of the district, and it was a great conveni ence for travelling'stock. No water had been allowed to flow Into the swam...

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A UNIQUE EVENT. DIAMOND WEDDING AT SHEEP HILLS. MR. AND MRS. JOS. STAINTHORPE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 3 March 1914

A UNIQUE EVENT. diamond wedding at sheep hills. MR. AND MRS. JOS. STAIN-THORPE. An event unique in the. history of | this district took place at Sheep Hilte on Friday evening, when the, diamond wedding- . of Mr. and Mrs. , Joseph Stainthorpe was Celebrated. Mr. R. H. Stainthorpe and his estimable wife and the family and relatives v^ry commendably decided that such an occasion should not be allowed to pass without a celebration of some kind. To" Invite all the friends was found impracticable, so they decided that all the old friends of the couple should be invited to a dinner, and over 200 old friends of this aged couple assem bled at the Mechanics' Hall at the in vitation of Mr. and Mrs. R. H.. Stain thorpe to <lo honor to the great event. Very old friends were present from all parts of the Wimmera and mallee, and a most enjoyable evening was spent. It was a notable gathering in the history of Sheep Hills, and will pro. bably remain a record for. some time. To be hale and...

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

" Ricked His Back. ••• "I rlckcd my baqkjueveroly', aud was unable to stand MMiglit'" writes Mr Thou. H. Malier, E>Men, Vio. 'I liaq seen Chamberlain's Pa'ln Balm aavop :tised for strnlna. and thought I woul<l ■ seo Avhat it would do for ;.mo;; The first f application gave mo relief, and I waa 1 <iulte myseir again after using oiuy a I quartor of^a ,• / Sold .by. Hut \ cUlustfi and Co. a»d JT. N. otfoirtt.

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