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Mutual Improvement [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 5 June 1914
-r-J : r-7 ? . i . , Mutual Improvement The Natiiriuk 'M'LA. h'eld a debate oh the quegfiopV '' Is thra pursuit" o'f Spb'tt detrimental t-o the bfest 'interests of' the community-,*'*; last' Monday nigHt ' Tfi ere 'was. a' very poor-' at - tendance. Mr fa;^ .Jory supported by Messrs'PltA', Twidfe, and fenton, spoke for tfle( affirmative, and Messrs Fnyici^, Moody, Flighty and OVoasJor th&lt;> negative t. After,both."sides , had spoken (the .leader for thq affirmative giying at.splendid r^ymaiing-.ap;) the judgesannounced ,-theii; decision.. Mr ES'rth gave,a£ stetmeriiticism of each speaker, ancL:6heV number -of pqints given to each*-*pointing---out why marks had-been*lost, -and Mr- A Burs ter a general-criticism.- . -The affirm ative side 'Scdrect a- victory by M paints, the atvard being- 60 to -46. Both sides warfnly' ' welcomed' the remarks and took tftrfem in the spirit which prompted them, and a hearty, rote of than&8~tothe judges on the motion of Messrs Jory ...
LADS FOR THE FARMS [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 5 June 1914
The next contingent of Iada arrir^ ing from Great Britain for farm work will reach Melbourna bj the s-8 " Makarini " about I4th Jane, and the Immigration Bureau is now receiving applications from fawners or other country employers who may be needi'inr their assistance The iada are available at e waye of from 10/ per week and £9ep, and the Government is desirous of placing them on farms where they 'will have opportunities of gainiug good erper^ ience The party of 500 lads, who recently arrived by the s.s Indrapura," have bsan placed in employment, and farm« eis who may be in labor of this kind are advised to make early application to the Immigration and,Labor Bureau 555 Flinders St, iielbonrne It will be some time before au1, other large party will arrive
THE WEST WIMMERA MAIL AND NATIMUK ADVERTISER FRIDAY, JUNE 5 [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 5 June 1914
THE WEST WIJfflERA MAIL A.VD NATIMUE: ADVEKITSKR FRIDAY, JUN'E 5 The Secretai'y of the Hospital Sunday Movement wishes to acknown lege the recoipt of 2 bags of wheat from Mr Haaae, and 5/ from Mr J Lionard An illustrated lantern lecture on World-Wide Methodism, will be »i-yen in the Natimuk Methodist Church by the Rev R Ditterich, on Friday, oth June. Everyone is in* vited An attractive and unique entertain ment will be given in aid of the Quantong Hall on Wednesday night next by a party of ten artists from Natim'uk. The costumes are to be uniform and a programme which covers a very wide range will be preb sented. As this really first-class entertainment is to be followed by a ball and supper it should net a large sum for the Hall funds Empire Day was celebrated at the Natimuk State school on Friday week. The usual program was gone through in the school in the morn ing. The afternoon celebration was in the open air^whei members of the school committee and a number of parents attende...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 5 June 1914
Ct W. MFLEBS. DENTIST (Late A Harris) «E\?nCWh"tHB°oKtSiM _PeS>f^dWM DaUy . *PiH 6d Painless Extractio Gas Laughing a Laughing Gas daDger' n0 AbS°l y aftereffects, 5s Artificial «".» 2SS »Peak paranteodpa eo ram.e. No ing horary plates made im« :Sely^,riUion AUop^ ''i0BS|er'ofSUh from £'12/ ., p , i porcelain Crowns- rl_ S "fooli Amalgnm Porcelam Fillings, et3 HOIK, 9 «'. 6; Wednesdays, 9 till 1" Dates of Next Visit By my Repres;^,"'T3 c.;w. douqall whoiB recorded bj th. Dental Board of Victoria.- . NAT^MUK-Newton's Hotel, on Tuesday, I6th June GOROKE.-Secr^a Hotel, on Wednesday, June I/, 4 till 6.30 LS. GBANT, LDS DENTIST (laif (} ' Dentists.) 0£ PulsjAustral Building. FIREBRACE ST, HORSHAM. fPffl Vitit Natlmuh and QoroJce on Jutes qtven below * NlTIMUK-ISewton's Hotel Tues day, JUNE 9 and 23 GOROKE-June 10 If you want a Stitch that wiSI ^aka youp Linen | '-he envy and ad- \ rniratlon of your | ^fiends, try Silver f foan Starch. I # Has no Equal. I The Beat in the World, g 5Kf*R...
Natimuk to Thursday Island. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 5 June 1914
IS'atiomk to Thursday Is1 and. In the course of a letter, to Mr W. Woods, of Dimboola, Mr T . W. Holmea, who some years ago was the Presbyterian home-missioner at Dimboola, and more recently at Nati inuk, gives an interesting account of his and Mrs Holme's journey to "Weipa, off the coast of North Queens land, where they have been entrusted ?with the charge of a mission station. Writing from "Weipa under dat8 April 16. I9I4, Mr Holmes says We reached here on Tuesday, ex actly five weeks after leaving Hor sham. Whst do you think of that for a trip. We had a carnage all to ourselves to Melbourne, and Mrs Holmes and the children went up to Gippsland, whilst I stayed in Mel bourne to get things fixed up, and came back again on the Friday. On Saturday we boarded the 'Wyandra'' and at 12 o'clock started off. The weather was splendid and on Mon day we reached Sydney, where we were met by an old friend and en tertained for the two days we stopped there. It took us two days to get to Brisban...
The Peopie's Party [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 5 June 1914
V Th e Peopie's Far tj "NYi' hrr.-e been asked to publish the fallowing : - T!'r i!C\v State electoral lists, pre pan d from the recent electoral can ?wasi. conducted by tlie pohce, have lit en piinted. and copies ate now available for inspection at the Re^is* irni's c-flier. and e?ch post office, jicliea station, railway station, and SStalo school within your division. iSr.ce 'lie canvass was completed, flbue lur e been numerous changes cf residence. Those who have changed their addresses recently, as .well hs iliote who have attained the age of '21 years after ths household ers' sliedules were filled in, should «ake immediate steps to become en - rolled for the district in which they reside. Claim forms ms»y be obtained at the pieces where the lists are open for inapection It ia quite likely that, some per sons were missed by the police v.-hen snaking the canvass. The new roils, .which will come into force on the 2"2nd July, will be used at the forth coming General Election for th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 5 June 1914
r'wh 4 ? mi ii F.B. Post Office Stores NATi'MUK The Place for Good Values gogogpoo o©#© ^ Q o m o 0OOOO OCOCO CCCO OOOOCGCOOOOO Now In, and in all the latest Fashions All that is new in Ladies' and Gents' Coats, Suit s Ln.brellas, Rugs, fhirts, Neckwear, Snug U derwear Pyjamas, etc Also Groceries, Crockery, Ironmongery, etc Dairy Produce Bought. F, Ij, RATCLIFFE & SONS, . Post Office Stores NATIIMXJK. NATIMDK f m. s .-^1 Wishes 16 make 1; bjk- H IIF known that lie has d- 10 QJ? \Jr JL W purchased the b ove business, and that bavins secured the services of a firsts class baKer he is supplying only the best Bread, etc. Dances, Weddings, Picnics, Socials Football Matches, &c., , Catsred for reasonably. Splendid Assortment of Lollies on hand; also Fruits in Season. Sinah Goods a Specialty E. ZEL JOHY, ZP'EL&lt;b:P~R,£-ErrO R, Ploughs and Drills Repaired So Promptly that the minimum of delay occurs in the field. Yes, our Prices are Reasonable ^ Vl T-^. >.r ? I ...
Edenhope News. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 5 June 1914
Edenhope News. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] On Friday last the Edenhope Bachelors held their annual ball. The weather was showery and uofc as many people as expected turned up- There ware however over 100 couples piesent- The music was supplied by Miss Ho;vlett (piano) and Messrs Horrlett-i Nelson and Scott (violin) The duties of M.C. were carried oar by Mr J Gash. The catering; was in the capable hands of Mrs J Clark On Thursday of last week Mr Ar* thur Forster's second son had the misfortune to break his leg. He slip ped oft' his father's lorry aud the two wheels passed ovsr both his legs, breaking one Willie Robertson cut his foot on Wednesday last. While cutting wood tho axe slipped and cut along the sinew of the large toe. Three stitches hud to be inserted Mr Ivoy developed measles last week. It is rather a severe case. Ha has lately returned from his holidays and it is thought that he contracted the disease wbile away Death has removed from the dis trict one of its oldest audm...
Wimmera Show Dates [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 5 June 1914
Wimmeni Show Dates e iii-i z* (.s uf ri«o vaiioaa W: o mera A and P Societies met at Mnrtua. aud the following dates w«ro agreed to by the conference Stawtrii, 15th aud 16th Ssptemb . Rnpanyup, ISth September or another date to be fixed) Horsham 1st and 2nd October Nbill. 7fh October NV u! racknabral, 9th October Beulah, 13fch October Dimboola, I4th October . Hopetonn, 16th October Natimnk, 16thSeptember or anothec date to be fixed) . Jeparrt, 20th October Mnrtoa, 21st October Rainbow, 23rd October The Nhill horse parade will b held on Wednesday, 19th Angnst Tlie'personallv of t*e lafce Lord fctratheona in Great Brit ain ^and abroad amounts to 14,631,402, and the reality is estioiate;d at another million Guillarnaux, the French aviator, flew to federal Govern inent House, and at the request of Lady Stanley ascended again and looped the loop. He was congratulated by the Gov ernoi-General and Lady Stan ley -. : The infant daughter, Annie, of Mr and Mrs li Elliot, of Brimpaen, has been...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 5 June 1914
\fr E A- OURRTJ l111"1 °®CR1'' FC^DUOT local land boards $Sim»k and «o.ok« Q* JIINE 1" Publ NETLCU J, B. PhiUi^S IrieUiJM andstone ^as0n ; to put uo buildings with brick ^thej^IMUK and SURROUNDING AdareSS J. B. >PHILIPS, JT,-VA INPO Shiro Notice:. shire, ot K«wree baeBED W^REON FENCES v- IIORPHV eiven that tue use N°Trbarbed wire on -any; .EACE or ]> of BAROEU AI R-RIRG any OTH« TT«Ai» of ^FT0RRBOOROOWpS Harrow, Goroke/ Apsley, K ° pKnweD, Minimay, Tool Ecll'CdPWombelano, and within a DDd3,-°nf one MILE from the boundar distance ot°ne " uch w;re is now in ^TBERE° 'NTT s prohibited, unless the P^-Sibe Council is obtained for c0DSe IS Applications for pers Ibat PUtrp°Se; barbed wire must specify mission to U-e WH}CH ;T Js desited to 'SE BARBED wire and the. position ,OF-the .Ire on fence HILLjShire Secretary Jnly 23, I9X3 SHIRE ot Kowree.... S OTIC A T0CTCL1STS. . P ."= hereby GIVAA V0' rC:^Z L TOOTHS in the * ?*" .' ps'iey, Eden °, TOWNSHIP* " prohibiced. Any Edbg IN tbis r...
Minimay Notes [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 5 June 1914
®Minimay Notes (From our Correspondent) The Minimay bachelors' ball took place last Friday evening, 29th May, and, despite the inclement state of the weather in the early part of the evening, proved very successful. AN though the rain prevented some from being present, and the consequent attendance-fifty £four couples-not bei-ng as large as on many previous occasions, the ball may bo numbered amongst the most enjoyable social functions that have taken place in Minimay. For this state of affairs, the uutiring hou secretaries, Messrs H Krahnert and B JL/avery, were mainly responsible, the committee also rendered valuable aid Good music was provided by Misses L Taylor and T Munn (Apsloy), and the supper, which was second to none was supplied in splendid style by George Gardner. The arduous duties of M.C were well carried out bv Mr H Krahnert, assisted by Air E Cross Wo regret to learn that Mr and Mrs F H Friend are leaving the township shortly, having secured the lease of Mr E Cross's ...
Goroke News [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 5 June 1914
Goroke News (From our Correspondent) At the meeting of the Agricultural and Pastoral Society on Saturday last it was decided to make the jumps for the hunters' lesB dangerous, by either substituting brnsb orarouad movable pole in place of the present 3-rail fence A practice match at football was indulged in on Saturday, but only about fourteen took part. Karnak S.S plaj'ed -^croke S.S boys prior to the scratch match, and after a good go the Goroke boys managed to win by a few points On Monday, Sth June, being a public holiday, a scratch tennis match will be played between teams j icked by the president and secretary The ladies are providing afternoon tea, so that an enjoyable afternoon should be 'speut. Play starts at 2 o'clock The Mechanics' library is now open to members. Mr Hughes has kindly j consented to act as caretaker for the first 12 months. It will be open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Satur« ' days j
Salt Lakes. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 5 June 1914
Salt Lakes. (From Oar Ovrn Correspondent) A concert was held here on Friday night last, the proceeds to go to the? building of a shelter shed at the State school. The arrangements were in the capable hand3 of the head teacher, Mr Dewsnap, A lengthy programme was rendered to a crowded house. The last half was taken by the Salt Lakes Dramatic troupe, who delighted their audience with a splendid piece, entitled " A regular fix. Parts were taken by Mr and M'-s Forrester. Misses Hobbs ?nd Burst011, Murray Mclntyre, J Dew snap, R Heaphy, J H Ross, and H Hair A very enjoyable dance tol" lcwed the concert, music being sups plied by Messrs Heeuan and Quigley, while J H Ross, acted as M 0. The telephone line between the Lakes and Hariow has now been com - pleted, On Monday night last, Scott and Hosvare's picture show had a crowded house here ViDlin solos and songs were rendered by Mr Hnwell The first match for the Kowree Football trophies was played on the Lakes ground between the locals and ...
Kowree Council. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 5 June 1914
Kowree Council. The monthly meeting of the above was held on Monday, when there weie present the President, Cr A Phillip, and Crs Foley, Murray, IIad~ den, Cranage. Bowker, Hoare, Carra clier, otephens, Knight. Bull, and Walker Tenders Contract No 49/14-60 chains more or less grubbing and clearing on a one chain road on the west end of the town common. Central Riding-M Major, £l (acc) Contract No 51/14-Painting, tarring, and general repairs to bridges, culverts, etc, in the West Riding-No tenders ( Crs Hoare and Carracher moved that the work be left over until the spring. Carried Contract No 54/I4-14 chains gravel construction on .a road from the old Goroke racecourse to the stubb gate, between allotments 60 and 77, Goroke North Ridiug-No tenders. Crs Bull and Knight moved that the work stand over till next year. Carried Contract No 55/14-5A- chains gravel construction and filling scours on the Goroke-Gymbowen road, near Dr Bourke's residence. North Riding Moved by Crs Walker and Bu...
INSURING MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 5 June 1914
INSURING MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS. Owing to the large number of ac cidents occurring every year to moun tain climbers and tourists in the Alps, several Swiss insurance com panies have established an accident policy for the benefit of persons un dertaking these mountain excursions. For a premium of sixpence a season, certain Alpine clubs offer insurance to their members to the amount of about £1 10s., with medical care, etc., included. The amount of the premium is less where groups of five or ten persons are insured together. There is also an insurance policj is sued for the winter season agsmst ski and bobsleigh accidents in the Alps. 1331. To make potatoes dry and mealy when baked, put a fork at least twice into each ..potato to let t*ie steam out. When baking grease tne skins first with a little butter, and when cooked they will be bpautif1!'l> brown and c.risn, with the glazed ' pearance that makes them so appri sing.
THE FARM. ENGINES ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 5 June 1914
THE FARM. ? 4 ENGINES ON THE FARM. It will be very interesting if sta tistics could be obtained showing how engines have entered into farm ing and grazing operations. The "Scientific American" recently stated that as far as the United States are concerned, in 1911 three companies alone made. upwards of 100,000 engines ranging in size from 2 to 15 h.p. Eighty-seven manufac turers reported that they had sold since starting in. business 655,000 en gines, while seventy-sis firms report ed early in 1912 that their require ments for the year were at least 705.000 engines. As nearly as-can. be determined there are 750 manufacturers of gaso line and oil engines in the United States, and fully 500 of these make a specialty of farm engines. Their output must be at least half a mil lion engines a year. It is safe to as sume that there are about 2,000,000 gasoline and oil engines on American farms at the present time. The cum ber is being added to at the rate of about 500.000 annually. The aver...
Crisp Toasts. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 5 June 1914
Crisp Toasts. - * A rather cynical toast runs thus : "Women-she requires no eulogy; she speaks for herself.", * * A gallant young man, in tho same festal circumstances, referred to one member of the sex he eulogised as "a delectable dear, so sweet that honey would blush in her presence and molasses stand appalled." At tho marriage supper of a deaf and dumb couple one guest, in the speech of the evening, wished them "unspeakable bliss." . v A writer of comedies was giving a banquet - in honour of his latest work, at which a jovial guest gave the toast : "The author's very good health ! May he live to be as old as his jokes." At another gathering were toasted "Tho Bench and the Bar ! If it were not for the' bar, there would be little use for the bench." As pithy was the following toast, proposed at a shoemakers' dinner : , "May we have all the women in the country to shoe, and all the men to boot."