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Valedictory Social. COUNCILLOR C. MARSHMAN FARE WELLED. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 12 March 1915

Valedictory Social. COUNCILLOR C. MAR3HMAN FARE WELLED. Councillor C. Marshmnn, who re cently sold hid property near Beulah, has decided to talco a well-earned spell in another part of tho State, but thoro is just a possibility that he might coine back to tho mallee. However his many friends de termined that they could not allow him to leave without some expres sion of feeling as to the esteem in which ho is held. Accordingly he was tendered a smoke sociftl in the Beulah Mechanics' Hall on Wed nesday evening last, at whk'h there was a large and ieprosenta!ive at tendance, including visitors from Warracknabmd, flopotouu stidothor neighboring centres. Councillor Morley occupied the chair and proposed tho toast of "The King." Ho then read apolo gios from President Roberts (Kar karooc). President Dully (Boruug) and many other gontlemen who were unable to bo present. Mr. P. O'Donne!!, in flattering terms, proposed " The Council of tho Shire of Karkarooc." Cr. Hatcher, in responding,paid ...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Warracknabeal Races. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 12 March 1915

Warracknabeai Races. T},» animal races 0f tlj(, ~ racknabeal J.'aca Olub Wer(J *"r' Saturday I;lst r UL 1 "1 8cwri»s w, T ;u ;,b »"t nuuifii-oHs. Two ■ 1r horse;-' p.;- -vr • "l)et"un ' J- an Monica an I I ir. T!mm,s i?'fs;r,iu'?'a l!i1* i'"Z' xi'b'-c' -\ 10 1 ani' Irish liov both 'it ,ul Kil1 i hur.Ho. Timid n il:,uha Cnt I Won easily. waa rcu>onnteJ, j Tii'1 Handicap. Six ftidcma Sherwood a Lord rv„ (Tavnton , 1 v™''';,3'1' Un'r~5 t0J 0!) Uio wiimVr. ' , r°f-—i'ishor'a Ii vmpU, t ■ Pji„„ and I o well's Ki::y I{;iroal' *■ Schickel-ling's Blythc ,\[;ru| 3 »>V ■ uns -etoi^unstlh, v,i'nn,r. Warracknabcal Handicap. <),„ i mile and u QUcinoi*- » Horrilingo, 8.5 (\Vhel:m\ V- $i' ' I If-a John Donald, 8.7 (TavntnrY 2;;M'C!ounan'.sSB!,tl:l| 8.7'fsS 'Iclla;, a. Betting.—G to i a--st tij, winner. a5* tui a rP%y Watson's Assornb)^ I, ( on,t s)' 1 ' Heiherin^toai' ' Pilar, 9,0 (Hw-rick-), 2 • Mr, 7.5, 3^ Betting—ft iJr , cue winner. ^aee.—Harris's Mi33 \;p. (Boyd),1; Helherin^...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Junior I.O.R. Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 12 March 1915

Junior I.O.R. Lodgo. Tlio above tent held its half-yearly Bocial in the local Methodist Church on ThurS'lav, March -ith. Prior to the social the ordinary tent meeting was held, some parents being pre sent at the imitation of the junior ollict rs and members. It is a pity that more parents ilo not take an interest in tho lodge and come along | to see the splendid business methods of the officers under Chief Ruler Sister S, Matt hams. One new member was initiated making five new members for the now year. Sr.perintendant Bro. Hobbs took tho chair and after u few remarks in opening the socal evening a Rechabite rally song was joined in by all. At an interval in the pro gramme the presiding Superinten dant spoke a few instructive words to the parents and friends of whom there was a goodly number present. In the course of his remarks bo pre sented a silver pendant to Sister A. Ackland for being the girl who proposed the most candidates for the past half year and also a silver medal to Bro...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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The Starving Belgians. PUBLIC MEETING AT HOPETOUN. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 12 March 1915

' The Starving Belgians. PUBLIC MEETING AT HOPE- | TOUN. There wa3 a Sue attendance at j (he public meeting held in the, 1-Iopetoun Mechanics' Hall on Mon day evening last, including a large percentage o£ ladies, to consider what concorted action should bo taken in this district to assist in helping the heroic people of Bel gium, through whose noble actions in resisting the oncoming of the in vading Germans, millions of their people are now reduced to absolute - starvation. j Mr. J. Turriff was voted to the j • chair, lie said that they were all | aware of the object of the mooting, viz., to devise some ways and means j of raising money for the distressed Belgians. Everyone was familiar wi<h the stand that the Belgians ] bad taken in resisting the Germans, bat for which stand they possibly] would not have been sitting in the j hall that ovening with such com fortable feelings as they were. The Belgians might have allowed the j Germans free passage through their country. B...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Cablegrams to Wounded Soldiers. FREE TO RELATIVES, [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 12 March 1915

Cablegrams to Woundocf Soldiers. FREE TO RELATIVES, The Defence Department linss' ranged to soiid cable messages Ira from relatives to ascertain con dition of soldiers of the Au'straiii: forces who are officially report as wounded or autfuriiii; fro" disease. The following partieniii were issued the other day, a.i should be carefully studied by tbiH interested, in order that no misu'^i may arise " It is iintifljJ general information that iro?- cav) messages will be despatched by til Defence Department to nf^ansi" tho condition of members o: !-• Australian Expeditionary F:rc?i who are officially reported fro" tima to tiiuo as being \von,'i<lr-'i dangerously wounded (but dues ;:*< include slightly wounded) or.of fering from disease. Ths nn.-nts of such free inquiries is limite.U) three in each individual cast?, and will, t-xcopt in speci;ti circurustuDca only be accepted from relative!. This concession will ceaso iniinwl'. ately tho soldier is repot ted of? lb' d...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 12 March 1915

Birth. BARRETT.—On 7th March, the wife of H. Barrett, Hopetoun, a daughter. —Phyllis Audrey.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 March 1915

GEELONG WOOL SALES DENNYS, LASCELLES, LIMITED, DIRECTORS: E. H. Laecelles (Chairman, W. F. Volura, Hon. Agar Wynne, TIiob. Young1. Wool and Grain Brokers, Stock, Shipping and General Agents. AMPLE STORAGE & SAMPLE FLOORS. Every Consignment Faithfully Protected. Pricoa t'teportnd on finy of Sale. PROCEEDS are PAID into a SPECIAL ACCOUNT and thus held IN TRUST FOR CLIENTS. Head Office and Warehouse ... GEELONG. Branch Ofliices MELBOURNE & HOPETOUN. The " IIopetoun Courier" For all Kinds of Printing at Reasonable Rates. ™ a sss?®e3 rj 3 3%i IN ^ g£®Sfl vvoysi'i ffj Qifii 3 f2» mm — 'ijfj © t<5 18 fssi rig'.d HITia VEH Y 9TrlCWC, '' bndusukq Oyolon© Oatss are Ant Proof J THAN WO OU <&\ F"AR MORS: DUPABLE, (pk $8 r-iu-^jAx ■ ■> »ew Cyclano "Lift* 3** The c The tc p h*r<£ fTfctl t froTn it* '.iit ttvxtn4 lo. fr«Mfe is sl^yrd i nci belted 7 *» t uroid #»1 t* fii'fd wiili Crrionc Picirn »nd :nrh rr,«!<. Set fetrens* 2n«u...

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HOPETOUN TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. The following subscribers are connected with the local telephone exchange:— [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 March 1915

IIOPETOU.N TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. The following subscribers are connected with tiio local telephone exchange : — I 1. R. G. Bogs?, farmer. | 2. Oust ami Son, shop & residence 3. Dennys, Lascelles, Ltd., auc tioneers. •I. Huf Bros., farmers. 5. 0. G. Garter, implement maker 6. Shire Hall. 7. A. Snel!, baker, etc. S. S. J. Webster, newsagent, etc. '.t. Miss Brown, Commercial Hotel 10. Maf.thams & Acklaml, '"Hope tonn Courier." 11. Water Commission Office. 12. W. A. Tlallam, farmer. i:s. Pri-iiiewan, Wright & Co. 11. Electric Light Power Iiouss 15. Franklin's Club Hotel It!. A. G. Downey, police station. 17 Al. C. B. M'Fnrlane, farmer 17 A2. A. O'Loughlin, farmer 17 A-\. Chas. Poulton, farmer 17 A-l. Balfour & Mayne, fiirmers 17 A."). M.Giles, farmer 18. Dr. J as. Gregg. 13. W. E. PonltoH, Evelyn-Sit. 20. Railway Station.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 March 1915

Advertise in the HOPETOUN COURIER.

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RAINFALL AT HOPETOUN. EXTENDING OVER A PERIOD OF THIRTY-SIX YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 March 1915

ual.n'FALL at hopetoun. extending ovell a period <ji thirty-six years. £0-8 £9" II 00-H 8E8I BI-8I 9i-5T f8'H 69-8 i6'U or.-ci iC-TT RI-91 9i'8 8E-?.l CG-tl ic-n 95-11 01 -L 81--0I Si-OI 5G-CI GO-il 60-H 61-91 i8-8l nn 9G-8 5S-91 ii-SI Eo-Ol Gi-Sl K-H 6P-9 T8-H 09-6 9S-t-l 90-81 Iv,oj, fi T-I-7. I!) I 10 10. H on ei !)[•• 08 I su it: fi li ?i !?8-S 9g'I Zf oe 80 oo'i V'i'i SEo OO-I oO-S Vl-I To' H).S 8r,s TO-5 to'E cr, 9i' ?0 fil'-T eg 1'Z *5-5 zv, Oil' fT'<5 SI-I 50 Gfi-T iOi OI 97 t:r,'i . Wl OK!'. lo l yr,T. Gi-t GS-I eo y<j-f G9 {•£• (ii sa le 18'S 'J5'-I lz'z r.i-8 I?-1 ii'i 09 0I>. r«6* Oi-o ZIP. 951 Mi'I 1-9'I 5G'I 55 i u IS'l tt)-l si ll". iM in-1 8i 09 6S 90 8i 6V t:<; ii' SS'T I9'l on U-T 19? til' 01-1 9E is Sfl-l oi.l GS st:-1 ea-i iO'I Gi'E h n: 8G i-n ie is-1 9 I' ll) • sr.-1 it:-1 OS-1 9T ■ out CM SO 0(1-5 03-1 G9-t; Oil OS-1 ir-i SM l'J-5 (Kl-1 ye 11 R vZ To OSi'I II' fi r.f:. r,i--i ii se-r 61 OE' SI-X f.£ Ei-I 51-1 as-1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 March 1915

Public Notice. I R. E. B. DOWN, Ilopntoun rcprc 1U seutativo of 1{. SMITH, Auctiou ecr, will bo absent from LLopetoun for a few months. .MR. 0. S. DOWN', of Benhib, will visit Hopetoun periodically to attend to busi ness. and any coninuimc.itioiis should be addressed to him at Lioulah. IS A LEADING OFFICE. II. E. ACKLAND, Local Agent. CBtcajB <& &oo<l Meat. Has i»le:isnro in announcing to the public generally that he is running a BUTCHER'S C A R T to Hopetoun, on Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays. Furuilirs waited on for Orders. O.ily.Prime Meat Sold. A Trial Solicited. The Workers' Compensation Act IS NOW I.N FORCE. Tlie Phoenix A. E. Ferry

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MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 March 1915

.MAKE lOUE DISTRICT KNOWN. Concerning some pans of the dis trict news comes but seldom. This is not entirely our fruit ; we have no miraculous power of knowing what is happening at all tho places within our area of circulation. Ii is the fault of residents in the silent places. ' I Will some man or woman take the matter in hand and cause the silence ;o cease. If no one is doint? it for your district, will yuu try on these lines? Send accounts of public :>.nd social events in your towntdiip and neigh borhood, such as weddings, deaths, i accidents, conceits, matters touching district industries, etc. j Write tho names ot" persons very I distinctly. j Don't bother about- «nimra:»r or spelling ; it's the editor's work to look after those trifles. The barest skeleton is enough. Write only on ono sido of tlse [paper. ! Givoinformation; but let criticism ialone. j j Write your name and address on [same corner—not for publication, [hut to prove yood faith.

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Telephone Rates. The following are the telephone rates from Hopetoua to various centres:— [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 March 1915

Telephone Rateo. The following are the telephone ?at#g from Hopetoua to various •entres:— Hopetoun to — s. d. «. Antwerp 73 J 10 0 Arkona 78 14 I Jienlab 16 0 2 0 Brim 261 0 0 • Corombv 63$ 10 0 Dimboola 85 1 4 1 Galanuil Rail 16 0 2 0 Gcroko 130 J 1 10 1 Gymliowon 123 j 1 10 1 Horshnm 1074 1 10 1 Jcparit' . 01J 10 0 Junt; 7GJ 14 1 . Katyil - 80 14 1 Kenmare 32 0 6 0 Lah 25} 0 4 0 litibock 80} 14 1 Mollis V 38} 0 8 0 Minyip CG-i 10 0 Mitre Lake S'th 112} 1 10 1 Murtoa j ■ 69} 10 0 Natimuk 1031 1 10 1 Kulliin, 48} 0 8 0 Pirapiuio 97 1 4 1 1 Qunntong 42} 0 8 0 lloaebery 6J 0 2 0 Rainbow 42] 0 8 0 Sheep Hills 48} 0 8 0 Stawell 105} 1 10 1 Tarranyurk 07} 10 0 Ycetis East 95} 14 1 Wiirnicknabeal 38J 0 8 0 AVillenabrina 'A'J 0 8 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 March 1915

TO OUR READERS. j Very often nn interesting item j inny come.under your notice. You ! mny \viu>eRs -oiue occurrence ".vhicli may lo ol sjen&ral interest to tha public. V/.> invite you to send it ulong, w;itten in a short,- crisp style, the crispor the belter. The editor will carefully perusa all communications s"»t, whether • hey be in political, social, or other form, and they will bu treated as strictly confidential. All itom3 must, ho sve v«r, be well authenticated, and ftoiii a reliable source. All communications will be acknow ledged iu the correspondence columns. Newspaper oiljjuiupis arc well ac ceptable, and facts about people, | such us maniages, social aventa, etc. Please on one side of tha paper. OPTICA Tj QHaCICS nro very nuraer <mj) in this country. Thay travel from house to house preying upon tho •ecak and <>l<j with promises of marvel lous euros of all kinds of "eye troubieF," w'uh a patented "fumous fictitious aauied ...

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POLICE MAGISTRATE'S COURTS. W.G. SMITH, POLICE MAGISTRATE. Hopetoun.—11 a.m. Tuesdays. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 March 1915

POLICE MAGISTRATE'S COURTS. \7. g. Smith, Police magistrate. Hopetoun.—11 a.m. Tuesdays. February 2, 16. March 2, Iti, 30. April 13, 27. May 11, 25. J iino 8, 22. Beulak — 10 a.m. Thursdays. February 4, 18. March 4.18. April 1, 15, 29. May 13, 27. June 3, 27. July 10, 24. Woomelang —10 a.m. Thursdays. March 11. April S. May 6. June 3. Birchip.—10 a.m. Mondays. Every Monday throughout the half-year. Mildura.—10 a.m-. Tuesdays. February 9, 23. - : March 9, 23. April 6, 20 _ May 4,13. June 1,15,29. Ooyen.—10 a.m. Wednesdays. February 10, 24. March 10, 24. April 7, 21. May 5,19. June 2, 16, 30. Donald—2.15 p.m. Fridays. February 12. March 12. April 9. May 7. Juno 4. Murrayville —2.30 p.m. Thursdays. February 25. March 25. April 22. May 20. June 17. Warracknabeal—11 a.ta. Wednesday February 3, 17. . March 3,17, 31. April 14, 28. May. 12, 26. June 9, 23. Note."—These appointments are subject to {Sittings of Licensing Courts and Special Duty.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 March 1915

ARTIFICIAL TEETH. ( From JANUARY 3rd to MARCH 31st a 25 per Special, i COllt. IBetlUCtflOSl Will be made on all ( ORDERS for Artificial Teeth during the above dates. Puinlejs Extractions . with Cocaine, Laughing Cms, &c. Painless Fillings in Gold, Amilgam, Porcolain, Cement. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Recorded J JJJEft'TAIL ) Board of by the I. ) Victoria. The Central Pharmacy and Dentistry, Warracknabeal. ®* May be consulted regularly at tho Commercial Hotel, Hopotoun, Next Visit— Wednesday, Mar. IT. . PROFESSIONAL. 'PHONE No. 74. Surgeon QUALIFIED BY EXAMINATION, Registered by Dental Board of Victoria, gcoit Street, Wanracltaafoeall, Opposite Palmer's Coffee Palace. Will "Vteflfc — WEDNESDAY, Commonwealth Ban?? or Bustralia HEAD OFFICE fbli B&nk U open for &11 claurs (A GENERAL BANKINQ BU31NQ9& a* POST OFFICE BUlLDINOSi Sturt & Lydlard Sta., BALkARAT AlMr At Melbourne, dydney, Nowcastlo, Broken Hill, Dubbo, Canberra, A*» teldo, Perth, Nobart, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 March 1915

M KI5Tf\f!S. Hopetoua Football Club. rip EI K Annual .Uuurim: of tha lli>|ia _IL tOllll Footbllll (Jillll Hill IK) iolll at the L:iko i,'or'-o iu' II ■t.-I • iiSaurday evening, March 27, :it B /••:» •« Largo attaa lain u ro'iuo.-.'. -I. x. w. ba rka r r. Iloa. .^cc. pro ttm Loat. ONE Bluoish Gioy Marc, branded F near shoulder, throe yoar3 old with short tail. Oho Pound reward for information loadin^ to rccovory. ' W.U. i''J>;CK, Turriff. Public Notice. OWINU to high prices and the scarcity of fat stock, all business transacted I'rjia this date must bo strictly cash, A.E.PERRY, Butcher, IIo;>etoun. Public Notice, WM. BROOKS, Blacksmith, Uope tonn, will tiavo his shop open all day every Wednesday, only, until further notico. Variety Evening Dance and Jumbla Fair, TUESDAY, MARCH 30tii, 1915. MECHANICS' HALL, HOPE TOUN. IN AID OF STARVING BELGIANS, Admission 1b. Admission Is. Bring your Pennies, MRS. "M'DONALD, Hon, Seu. Shirk Notices. Country Roads Act. SHIRE OF karkawooo. rI5...

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The Hopetonn Courier AND MALLEE PIONEER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 March 1915

£be ibopetoim Courier AND MALLKB PIOHBEU. POULISnitD BVBKY TUIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1915. Tho Firo Brigades' Demonstration which took placo at Ballarat laat vreolc was a great success, practically erory brigado in tho State being represented As montiouod in our laat issuo tho Hopo toun Brigado succeeded in getting third placo in tho Four Men hoso practico (Glass C). This is tho first tirao that tho local toamhas been successful in winning a trophy at tho annual demonstration, and considering the short timo that they have been ostablijhed it reflects groat credit on tho prowess of tho firemen who composed tho team, viz, J. Kolly (hy drant), R. Eustice (coupling), It. Dart (branch) and J. UriHin (polo). The trophy consists of a hamlsouio electro, plated sugar basin, suitably engraved, in cluding tho names of the successful team. Naturally tho public of the town aro proud of their firemen. Other district toams who competod wero Hainbow, Jo parit, Bctilah, Warracknabeal and Woo...

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Hymeneal. DIXON-MOHR. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 March 1915

Hymeneal. DixoN'-Monrc. At St. Mary's Church, Casino, New South Wales, on February 16, Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Mohr, of South Casino, was mar ried to Harry Brougham, second son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Dixon, of flopetoun, Victoria, by the Rev. Father G. C. Barry, B.A. The bride was attended by her sister Monnie, and Mr. John Mohr was best man. Physicians may give a scientific term to the trouble in the Kaiser's throat. But wo know the oumtnon name. It is the death raitie. A loyal mother, spunking of tho war, described her younger sou as being now in the lly corps," while the elder one " hail joined the ditch patch riders." Tho Kaiser's battleships were, it was saitl, being built for the pro tection of Germany's mercantile marine. As soon as war bi'dco out ilio Dreadnoughts ran to sb-lier a >d tho merchantmen ceased to run anywhere. Tho lifo of a submarine is an uncertain thing—hero to-day and gono to sorrow. Death is learning a lot from this war. Every day he is taught new ...

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Municipal Cricket. KARKAROOC v. BORUNG. THE NORTHERNERS VICTORIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 March 1915

Municipal Cricket. KARKAROOC v. BO SUNG. THE NORTHERNERS VICTORI OUS. A cricket match between tho re presentatives of the Ivarkarooc and Boruug Shire Councils always proves very interesting and most enjoyable, and tho contest on Saturday last vtza no exception to the rule. The match was played on tho Worrigar Park ground, Warracknabeal, and tho visitors arrived in fall force, the team comprising seven council lors and four officials who are em ployed in the shire office. Borung could only induce five councillors to take tho field, the balance com prising the secretary, engineer, shire solicitor, treasurer and two in spectors. Tho visitors were wel comed by President Dally and cor dially invited to sample the contents of the President's cupboard. After lunch, motor cars wore provided to convey tho cricketers to the trysting ground. Tho day was not an ideal one for cricket, a fairly strong wind prevailing during most of tho after noon, al times raising clouds of dust. The visitors wer...

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