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FOOTBALL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 3 July 1914
A very indifferent g-mie'of football was played on the Low an ground on RaUud:iy between the Natimuk and Lowan te-ims. '1 hu match practically a scramble from start to finish, at times nearly every man being in pn suit of the ball. Such a game beggarn description. Natimuk lost their stiide, so to spea' , through the forcing tactics of the home ttuvin in the first quarter, Lowan putting on a goal and 5 points, while Natimuk failed to score. In the desperate crowding the ball which followed in the remaining thr> e quarters, the visitors came off better than Lowan. Umpire Russell found it impossible to satisfactorily umpire the game, but what he should have done was to stop the game until the players resumed their places. Natimuk won by 11 poiuts. Scores for each term : Natimuk Lowaan GIs Bhds. Gls Bhde Fufet quarter ... 0 0 15 Se'cond quarter 2 2 0.2 Third quarter... 1 1 0 4 fourth quprter 13 0 2 4 6 1 13 Dainty afternoon tea was provided by the ladies Advantage was taken by the te...
Goroke News [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 3 July 1914
(joroke News (P rotn Our Otvn Currespotideut) _The local football foam journeyed to Minim ay on Saturday and vera defeated by 89 pexats to 10 The state school is having two rooms added to it, and the old build ing is to l)e renovated, Messrs Mo Donald B;os of Horsham have se cured the contract, for £(375 The school v.as successful in wiri^ ning the A N.A- prize for best kept garden in the Horsham district. The prize is to be presented next Wedness day by the President uf Horsham A-N.A
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 3 July 1914
Farmers! Win- n >t. hi/ « P -i'lfc . I Fj I' torlieads f.-r (?(». ..>t»oK Mnsr. ! \f tiic MAI ; j 0 Hi ;e Cheaply Auctions Natimuk Stock Sale Ai the Natimuk Sale Yards -Oil Thursday, 9th July s --- Sheep, Horses an d Cattle IToting: Bros. UNDER instructions from rarioua owners will offer for sale as above - 36 Crossbred Wethers, fat, a nice line 50 Fat Merino Wethers = 100 Merino Wethers, forward and fat 150 Menno Ewes, with 1st Cross lambs at foot 80 Prime Fat Comebaok Wethers, be.-Yy weights 100 Fat Merino Wethers 50 Merino Sheep, mixed sexes 100 Fat Merino Wethers 120 Merino Wethers, 4 years 80 Merino Ewes, with Merino lambs at foot 500 Mixed Sheep, to be drafted Farther Entries Invited Sale of Furniture THURSDAY, JULY9, about 3 p.m. .Immediately after Stock Sale YOUNG BROS. UNDER instructions from the Executors in the Estate of the late JESSIE MAOFADYEN, will will sell by Auction as aboya on the premises, "Iona'' Cottage, Main 3t, Natimuk, as undet Vacuum Oil Stove, 2 Doub...
STREET LIGHTING [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 3 July 1914
STREET LIGHTING A well*attended meeting of resi dents of Nutimuk township was held in.;.tlie Mechanics' Hall last night ..week, p«nd judging by. the interest . taken it is highly probable that the ?streets will be lit with gas and 30 to ,40; private houses connected before ^the winter of 1915 is reached. j Cr M'Glure was voted to the chair, ! and ho had witbuhim at the table Cr : Srndholz, Mr W J Sinclair, (engineer; to tlie shire, aud Mr Middleton, who is the" manufacturer of the Orescent air gas machine The Chairman said he was pleased t° see3 many present. They wanted more light, the present, system being very unsatisfactory If the public would, assist the Cocucil something might come ont of (lie scheme suggested to the Council by Mr Middleton He: would ask Mr Sinclai" to relate what had already been done Mr Sinclair said some time ago.the Council went into the matter of street lighting,; and received information regarding the Lux, Best and other systems, but-they were all regard...
Natimuk Gun Club [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 3 July 1914
I latiipl; Gun Club The annual meeting of the Nati muk Gun Club was held at Newton's Hofel on Monday evening, the presi dent, Mr J. T. Newton, being in the chair. The secretary, Mr A. Rowley, read the balance sheet, which showed a credit balance of £4/15/9. The balance sheet was apopted. The following officers w. re elected : -President, Mr J. Newton; vice presiden', Messrs L. Cross and F Iiaustorfer. Committee, Dr Bird and Messrs Bousfield and Maloney ; secretary, Mr A. W. Howley; trap pars, Messrs G. a\d T Banner. The member's fee was fixed at 2/G Wednesday, 15th July, was fixed for opening day, when clay pigeon matches, and if possible sparrow and starling matches, will be arranged. It was decided to hold a sweepstake of 2/6 each, with £1/1/ added by the club O'jly Nobel's cartridges, which will be supplied on the ground, will be permitted when the dummy pigeons are being used, but any other kind of cartridge, is patmissible for shooting at the live birds. The meeting resolved th...
Natimuk Market [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 3 July 1914
Natimuk Market Messrs Young Eros held a very successful stock sale at their Natimuk yards 'yesterday week. Mr A L Klowss topped the market with 22 prime comeback . wethers, 4 tooth,, £1/4/4. The following prices were realised :- . R E Sudholz, 9. merino wethers, LilMl . \ r Mrs A Klowss, 8o:\iat, comeback wethers, £1/2/ AG Sudholz,-49 .prime",--fat merino wethers, £1/1/8 SB C H Speher, 34 fat comeback weth ers, £1/1/6 A H Sudholz, 80 fat merino wethers, 19/ O; F . Uebergang, 3i fat wethers, 17/ 13/2 aud 12/6 A D Scott, merino ,ewes, forward, in Iamb, 12/ A H Sudholz, 36 forward .wethers, is/ H A-L Hateley, TOO wethers, forward and fat,"16/ ' v ' ? E P Hallam, 5o;mixed sheep, 12/ W. Woitby, 50 merino ewes, with lamb.at foot, 16/ F Oliver, 60 fat merino wethers. 17/6 R E Sudholz, fat lambs, 19/1 A G^Sudholz. fat lambs, 19/ H A Lcith, 5 pet lambs, 19/ Other Lines 128 merino ewes, dry, 10/6 and 8/9 50 ewes, in lamb Lincoln rams, 11/6, 91 and 8/ 20 merino wethers, 16/ *. . . Fat ewes, 16...
Wail Affairs [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 3 July 1914
Wail Affairs I (From Our Own Correspondent) There are now two young immi grants working on Wail farms and both seem qaite hcppy in their snr ronndiugs though one of them was a clerk till recently One of them had a nasty experiene recently in that his te^m bolted with the plough across the ploughed ground. The horses rrere brought up by the fence, the only damage being the loss of skin off the thnmD of the ploughman It is reported that Mrs Lamb, for mer teacher of Wail, has been af* po:nted to the Katyil State School in place of Mr Rigg, of Wail, who has resigned in order to take up a good position in the Karkaiooc Shire A good steady rain was experien. ced here on Monday and about 30 pts were registered Mr George Clements, jnr. had an exciting few minutes the other even ing It appears he was coming out, of one of the paddocks with three horses attached to a trolly, when the horses took fright at a fire of a road side camp, and bolted. After they had travelled for some distance at a ...
MINIMAY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 3 July 1914
MINIMAY NOTES (From our Correspondent;) The first meeting' of the Minimay and Goroke teams for fixe season took placo [at Minimay on Saturday last- this being: the third game of the Border Football Competition. After a pleasant and friendly, bntstrennons game, Minimay won, witlTa total of 6 goate 3 behinds. to Goroke's I goal 4 behinds. Both clubs put sfcroug teams in*o the field, although the visitors were without the services of one or two regular players A Craig captained the visitors and M Moroney acted in that capacity for the locals. The visitingjcaptain, winning the to3s, took advantage of the wind which blew from the north, but, after a hard fought quarter, Gorokeonly succeeded in Licking two minors. In the sees ond quarter Minimay, having the ?wind, raised the two flags twice, and single flag twice, herce the "oranges" scoi-e was Minimay 2 goals 2bkds, Goroke 2bhds. In the third quarter the visitors again made it lively, bat the locals were strong in defence, and when time ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 3 July 1914
Professional N otic es C, % IATHBES DENTIST (Late A Harris) m?RR.' CE STREET, homhaii (Serf White Heart Hotel) _PeUllj in Attendance Daily La^hta* Qm iSely^ithout pam, dagger, ao after effects, os Artificial teetli a specialty, and mwanteed perfect for eating,, speaks Xan natural appearance. No .gfife Temporary plates made im* "'"letfoUeetli from £*M Gold and Porcelain Crowns. Bridge work. Gold Amalgam Porcelain Fillings, et"5 Honrs, 9 till 6; Wednesdays, 9 till 1 Dates of Next Visit By my Representative o. W. DOUGALL *ho is recorded by tbr- Dental Board of Victoria. NATtMUK-Newton's Hotel) on Tuesday, Htb July GOROKE - Seery's H°tel, on Wednesday, July 15, 4 till 6.30 GBANT, LDS DENTIST (Late GRANT and Simpkin) Dentists.) Of Pals'Anstra) Building - FIREBRACEST, HORSHAM. Will Visit Natnhuh and Qoroke on ^tes given beloic * NATTMUK-Newton's Hotel Tries day, JULY 7 and 21 GOROKE-JULY" 29 Phon© No 69 til at wil nia^a your Lirsen envy and ad- g miration of your f fiends, try Silver Sisr...
The Market Natimuk Retail Prices Thursday, 4 pm. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 3 July 1914
The Market j Natimuk Retail Prices Thursday, 4 p in. Buttei ... - ... 0 0 E/rgs ... - ... 0 1 Cheese 0~0 Bacon 0 ,1 Chaff, per ton 8 JO XJn'ons, per cwfc, ... ^ .0 14 Potatoes,"per-cwt ..." Fioor,' per small bag ... 4 0 Oats, per busbel ... ... o t Bran, per bushel ... ... o 1 Pollard, per bushel... ... o 1 AVbeat, per b'ishel o 3
FOOTBALL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 3 July 1914
The team to represent Natimuk in their match against Lowan on the Natimnb ground on Saturday will be chosen from the following-J Henry (capt), J Bray, E Jenkins, V Brown, E Sehunke, O Flight, K Chequer. C Wickbold \V Murphy, J Lillyvdiifce, ISficholson. Farley, Qrohs (2), P Bous field, J Ratclifie, Boneham, Clark and G- Werner The match is timed to commence at 2.30 A very interesting game of football; was played on the Noradjuha-ground ou Saturday, when Noradjuha and Nurrahiel met There was'a large attendance , and the game was played in good spirit There was good play on bDth sides The um piring by MiBremner was very satis factory The ; scores" were-Jtforad juha, 3 goals 7 behinds ; Nurrabiel, 2 goals 5 behinds Natimuk Lake travel to Pimpinio to morrow to play a friendly game: with that team THEY SAY :> That Natimuk won by ii points from Lowan : .That 'Nardoo' won by 8 points from Nurrabiel That the football played at each match was not of the best ! That there was a fair amount...
THE WEST WIMMERA MAIL AND NATIMUK ADVERTISER FRIDAY, JULY 3 [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 3 July 1914
THE WEST ffipERA MAIL AND NATIMUK ADVEKl'f.SWfi Fill DAY, JULY 3 Mr R. S, Grant, dentist, will visit Natimnk on tlio 7ill and 21st of July, and Goroke on 29th Mr Charles Draflin, of the Postal Department, left here for town Lab Friday I'ter a stay of three years, I Prior to his deufirtaro hi was pre*. : sentBd with a travelling rag by his : friends in Miss Tollner's boarding i house Mr H B Waller, who, with his wife, has been for a month's holiday, has resumed hie duties as postmaster at the Natimuk office. Mr Penman, who was relieving, made himself popular, particularly on the tennis coarfc, during his short stay. ' > : Jfc will be learnt with pleasure, thnt Mr J C Boyd, stationmaster at Nati muk, is not to leave here after all. He has been raised in status, but his, departure has been, obviated by the Natimuk-station having been brought*' np from the 7th io the 6th gradec
WHY LEAFY POTATO PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 3 July 1914
; WHY LEAFY POTATO PLANTS. The most nutritive part of tha po tato, the part that gives to the po tato its excellent flavour, is the part that contains the greatest number ci starch cells. If anyone will cut a P,v tato through the middle he will no tice that the potato substance is not homogeneous. Around the outside of the potato, just beneath the skin. i> a layer, separated from the inner la>er by a vascular semi-fibrous par tition that is visible on close exami nation. This outer layer is called the corticel, and contains most of the starch of the potato. The best pota toes have this corticel layer thick instead of thin-that is, have more starch than the others. The principal chemical element of starch is carbon. The potato plant gets all of its carbon from the air through. the leaves, none of it from the soil. The leaves, have the powsr to dissociate the" carbon from the carbon dioxide in the air, and store much of this carbon in the tuber. The larger the leaf capacity and ...
Wedding Bells CREEK — MACKLEY [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 3 July 1914
»t lu i i ii 1^ CREEK - AJ ACKLEY . A piet y wedding which an.UMd aiiudi lorti 1 interest, was celfbihted at ]Duohembe&lt;>aira on Wednesday,-' May SO, when M iVs Eiizabet h Ann. eld est- daughter of Mr and Mij .1 ^1su-ldeyi was married to Mr Jolin Mi vry C'eek. (bird sun of Mr f>nd SI18 J Cteek, of Horsham. The ceremony was performed at Fairview, '#lie residence of the bride's parents. The bam ;vas beautifully decotated by cousins and friends of the bride. .A special feature of decorations was &lt;» large arch covered wi*h flowers, ferns and white bells, under which llie bridal party stood oaring the (ceremony. The Voice tliafc Breathed &lt;oe'r Eden was played by Miss Schur anann as tke bride entered the build ing on the arm of her father, looking charming in a gown of white ivory satin, the collar and yoke of silk net. bodice and sieeves trimmed with ruched chiifoo and pearls over s^ves draped and finished with sprays of orange blossom. The court tra...
Wimmera Show Dates [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 3 July 1914
VVimmcraShow Dates '1*1 so (U'Iplp1 'of fluvvarions Wim. ?mera A mul I' Socio" ies met. at Murtoa. ami tlm .following dates ".vere :tgr,.(.,j t,. in :|i(. (-M.iference , Goroke, 9 h |>tC'Qb,'r StawslI, 15 th and 16th oepteoa ber Rnpanyuj), 18th . -September (or rlntr??to I)"- i'x'-cl ) ; Horsham. 1st; aud 2nd October Nhjll, 7th October .Warracknabeal, 9th October Beulah, 13th October Dimboola, 14th Octob&r Hopetoun, 16th October Natimuk, 16thSeptember or aQ0ther date to be fixed) Jeparrt, 20th October Murfcoa, 21st October Rainbow. 23rd October The *NhilK horse parade will b held on Wednesday, 19th August . Ei-nest Harry lias agreed to row James Knddon, of Aus tralia, on A ugust 24, for the sculling" championship of the world Lord "Rrassey/ a fmer Governor of Victoria,.-was by mistake arrested for espionage ct Kiel, ife] was released after explanations had been made The new Mailer railway line, Rainbow to'Ya.ipeet. was opened on Friday by ':he Min ister for Railways (Mr M...
THE FARM. MOIST FACTS for DRY FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 3 July 1914
THE FARM, y MOIST FACTS for DRY FARMERS. Mr. Geo. L. Sutton, Agricultural j Commissioner for tbe Wheat B--lt, | Western Australia, has issued tbe ' following :- 1 I Moisture can be stored in the soil. | To store moisture the soil must be ! able to absorb the rain that falls. J Loos6 soil will absorb 40 per cent. 1 of its weight in water. Compact soil j will absorb only 20 per cent. | Cultivation or tillage loosens the soil. | Cultivation or tillage some time i previous to the sowing- season is known as fallowing. FALLOWING STORES MOISTURE. The longer the period between the initial1 operation of fallowing and that of planting, the greater will be the quantity of moisture stored. In dry districts fallowing* should commence early. The moisture stored by fallowing I is wasted by weeds: Weeds can; be destroyed by surface j cultivation. . The moisture stored us easily lost t by evaporation. | Much of this can be prevented by mlilching, or covering the moist soil with straw, litter, or loo...
Edenhope News. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 3 July 1914
Edenhope News. -£FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] On Saturday last; the EJeuhope football team played against the Salfc Likes tears at Salt Lakes. A veij close and exciting game was wit«* nessed, which resulted in a wic for Udonhope by two points, the scores b i ig Salt Lakes, 87 poiuts; ICdenhope 3y points- Mr Wheeler, of Coleraine, umpired the game We believe that the Lake Wallace Hotel is to again charge hacds. Wa are sorry to lose our present popular host, but bolieve the management will soon be iu the capable bauds ot' Mr \Y T Moore At the Com r I meeting held lasfe Monday Cr Cranage gave notice thats he will move at . he next meeting that a road grader be purchased for the Central Riding of this Shire The weather is still keeping dry" Several times last week it looked as it' we should get a nice fall of rain,, but it passed off, and only 5 points fell - j!_'lagassass? Annual roeetiuir Nutinmk biuni*%v ;if the People's Patty on Thursday I next, also meeting of i tie i a i ill Societ...
USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 3 July 1914
USEFUL HINTS. -Burns' and Scalds.-For a slight burn or scald apply equal parts of olive oil and lime water, and wrap the part at once in a sheet of cot* ton wool, fixing it lightly with a bandage. At first the pain seems in creased-, but this soon sulfides. The wool may be left on for three or four days. If lime water is not available olive oil may be used "alone, and flour or starch dusted over it. . Aching Limbs.-Hot salt water is a sovereign remedy for aching limbs caused by standing too much on the feet, or too prolonged walkiug, also for tired arms, hands and limbs after continued exertion or strain. The-water should be as hot as can well be borne without discomfort, and' have plenty of salt in it: but too strong salt will make the flesh itch and burn. For a sprained ankle, bathe in hot salt water for half an hour, renewing the heat as it cools, wrap in fl&nnel, and repeat the hot bath in three or four hours until re lieved. To Clean Brass and Retain the Polish.-Put som...
Gymbowen Notes MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 3 July 1914
Gymbowen N jts (From oar Correspondent) MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT There was a good attendance on Friday, 26th inst, when the subject "Should the Agricultaralisfc be en* couraged to replace the Pastoralisfc in Australia was debated. Messrs Fred Haase, W Ampt, J Knight and A 0 Knight spoke in the affirmative and Messrs F Muegel, J Ampt, G T Haase and A Muegol in the negative. After a good debate a vote was taken from the audience with the result that both sides scored an equal rmm-» ber of votes After the debate a programme was rendered, the following being the con tributors- Piauo duet, Misses I Haase and S Richards ; song, Miss K BufSham ; song, Mr P Crnse : comic song (enc), Mr A Muegel Dancing was continued till midnight At the business meeting it was re* solved on the motion of Messrs J Knight and F Haase to eurol ladies as honorary members It was also resol* ed to ask the Rev T Cole to deliver a lecture on Fi'iday, July and tosk the Rev M Knuckey," . Goroke to give a lantern lecture at...
RECIPE FOR SKIM-MILK CHEESE [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 3 July 1914
RECIPE FOR SKIM-MILK CHEESE The skim-milk must be loft until it is quite thick, then well strained, which can be done by- hanging it up in a clean linen bag. When drained j dry add salt to taste, and rub the I curds well to make them appear j mealy. Stand in a warm place near 1 a stove for a few days till they get gluey. Then put into a saucepan, and fry with fresh butter till all is well melted. Run into a basin, and leave to get cool. It is then ready for us?. This recipe is used by many farmers' wives in Western Australia, and is well recommended. An important experimental trial was made on the L.N.W. Railway be tween Foleshill and Nuneaton with a petrol-driven rail car. The test was a complete success, and foreshadows a revolution in railway locomotion. The car is 60 feet in length and is of full railway carriage gauge. It runs smoothly on two sets of bogie wiicols, and can be pulled up very uroawjtty. m&.