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INQUIRY AT MINYIP. CAUSE OF ACCIDENT UNKNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 16 April 1915

INQUIRY AT MINYIP. CAUSE OF ACCIDENT UNKNOWN. A magisterial inquiry was held at the Minyip Court House on Monday morning, before Mr. Jas. Barnes, 3.P. Jo'un Horaco Tonkin said : I am a eliire engineer residing at Hope toun, I Xuew the deceased, John Turriff. On 4th April ha came to my office st abont 2 p.m., and we boih left for Beulah in my car, bound for Stawell. At Beulah we picked up William R. M. Miles, and <irove on together. At Warrackna beal, Mr. Poysden, Mr. Franklin and party in another car joined lis. As I knew the road I took tho lead. About three miles from Minyip on the Rupanyup road I mistook the road and went on. I then turned back and looked at the finger-board. By that time Mr. Poysden's car had passed us. I went to take the lead aRain, and just as I was near the other car something happened, and all I remember was that I was on the ground and something dropped on my knees. I think I saw de cerned bleeding, but cannot remem ber any more about the acciden...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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AWFUL MOTOR FATALITY. MR. J. TURRIFF, J.P., KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 16 April 1915

AWFUL MOTOR FATALITY. MR. J. TURRIFF, J.P., KILLED. But 0 I for tha touch of a vanisb'd band, . . .... And the sound of a voico kbat is To say that thi« town and district mourns is but to use the mildest form of expression. When it be came known here on Monday morn ing of last woek, 5th inst., that Mr. J. Turriff had the previous evening succumbed to injuries received in a motor accident, tho public—and they -were all his friends—were shocked. Never had such a bomb shell fallen in this usually pacific centre, It was appalling, and af fected the nerves not only of i * women and children, but equally, or j more so, those of men of years, with I many of whom the unfortunate gentleman nail been" associated for upwards of a conple of decades. Never has it been brought home to na so closely that in the midat of life we are in death. Hale, hearty, and with ordinary luck a score or more of useful years in front of him, Mr. Turriff bad arranged with Mr. J. H. Tonkin, Shire Engineer, Hopetonn...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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POLICE MAGISTRATE'S COURTS. W. G. SMITH, POLICE MAGISTRATE. Hopetoun.—11 a.m. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 23 April 1915

* POLICE MAGISTRATE'S COURTS. "W. G. Smith, Police Magistrate ' HoDetoun.—11' a.m. Tuodtlaya. ■'February 2, 16. March 2, 1T>, 30. April 13, 27. May 11, 25. June 8, 22. Benlali — 10 a.m. Thursdays. February 4, 18. March 4.18. April 1, 15, 29. Hay 13, 27_. June 3, 27. July 10, 24. Woomelung —10 a.m. Thursdays. March 11. April 8. May G. 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 4,18. Juno 1,15, 29. Onyen.—10 a.m. Wednesdays. ■'February 10« March 10, 24. April 7, 21. May 5,19. J tine 2, 16, 30. Donald—2.15 p.m. Fridays. February 12. March 12. xVpril 9. May 7. Juno 4. Murrayvillo —2.30 p.m. Thursdays. February 23. March 25. April 22. May 20. June 17, Warracknabeal—11 a.m, Wednesday, February 3, 17. March 3, 17,31. April 14,28. May, 12.-26. Juue 9, 23. NOTE :—These appointments are Bibject to Sittings, of Licensing Courts and Special Deity. Telephone Rates. The following are the te...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 23 April 1915

Hopstoun Mathodisfc Sunday School. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES Will be held on Saturday and Sun day, April 21 tli and 25th. Three Servians on Sunday, 25th April, viz at ila.tn and 3 and 7 p.m. Treacher—UEV. A. GEDDES. Distribution of Prizes at After noon Service. CONCERT AND COFFEE SUP PER on Saturday, 24th inst., com mencing at 7.30 p.m. A Good Programing of songp, recitations and dialogues, including the Cantata, Soot and the Fairies iJSr Admission, Is. Aged Lady TAKES A DR. MOHSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILL OCCASIONALLY HER ONLY MEDICINE. "Over two years ago," writes Mrs Ann Phoebe Hawkins, f.f 3S7 Dugan street) Kalgoortie, W.A., "Dr Jlorso'i Indian Root Pills curer me from Muscular Rhou .. matism. I was undei several Kalgoorlio doc £ pi tors, who could do mo nc ' good, and spent- one month in the hospital. I was in despair when ] left the hospital as to know what to do. How ever, I decided to try From a frhato Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, and they not only :nired me, but made mo feel a vigoro...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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THE PRICE OF PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 23 April 1915

THE PRICE OF PEACE. Will it ever bo possible for poli ticians to patch up a,lasting peace ? Or is all-the torture and brutality of war always to eiul in—preparation Jor tho next ? Are the sons of men to be perio dically butchered, fair women out raged, the lives of children blighted, if the beautiful works of patient labor ft io be destroyed, all for nothing ? J What will be the gain to mankind if "srhen the cannon has ceased, to § shriek and the-last murdered man -I has been thrown into his hole ? If Will poverty have been banished fl from the world ? Will babes cease ifj to be born to linger and die from ^ starvation ? Will men cease to life p merely to* work, and at lafit gain an H sqnal share in the beauty and joy ol I life? H Will there ba more laughter in ;he world when the war is over ami A] fewer tears ? Will the rich man's j|i aon. who now shares asodden trench with a chimney-sweep, and is pr<'-! \ ;.),\red to give his life for his equally I ^ bravo brother-in-ar...

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Warracknabeal St. Patrick's Day Races. The above were held on Saturday last, and were very successful. The following were the results:—Trial Stakes. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 23 April 1915

Warracknabeal St. Patrick's Day Races; The above were held on Saturday last, ami were very successful. The following were the results Trial Stakes. s. Osmond's Dinyarrack, S.G (■Williams) 1 J. Byron's Meldori) S.12 (Cummins) . 2 Wood fine am! .Tredrea'a Lenof, S.ll (Fairbanks) 3 Remembrance also started. Bet ' ting— 6 to 4 on Dinyarrack, 2 to 1 Lenot, 5 to 1 Meld on. Handicap Tret. A. E. Davis' Estelle, 140 beh. 1 ^3? J. Anderson's Ariel, 150 be"h. 2 s4 P. WinogradoC's Tom Grafton, ;"1 50 beb. 3 Blythe Maid, Trixie, Belle and if Graced ale also started. Betting j s| —evens Estelle,2 tol Ariel, 5 to 10 -;| to I others. §§ St. Patrick's.Handicap. t>. M'Rae's Yatla, 9.5 (Williams) 1 \V. Q. Harders' Merrilinga, 9.0 (Smith) ... , 2 M. Ttirrey's Irish Boy-, 7.0 (Fair •] banks) • . 3 i Only •farters. Betting:—5 to i on ■? Merriliinga, evens Yath, 10 to 1 53 Irish Boy. ; Flying Handicap. •3 H. Cameron's Manitau, 6.7 (Fair ) banks) 1 ^f. Sherwood's Lord Cynosure; 0.0 (Williams) 2 ' J. Pri...

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Answer to a Critic [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 23 April 1915

Answer to a Critic* The Australians in Egypt, or a big percentage of them, deeply resent the criticisms recently pub lished in tho Australian press by Captain Bean, the official Australian press representative who accom panied tbo first Expeditionary Force. One of their number replies as follows : — Aint ycr pot nn blacky savvy, Ilavo yornot ih> bolter use, Than to'flint* back homo ysr inky Products of your pun's abuso. Do yer think wo'va nil gouo dippy; Since wo landed over hero. Is a soldier loss a soldier ) Causa ho Docks a pint of bCer. Havo yer got no lovintr mother 1 Waiting for yer over 'omo, Do yor own no smihn sisterl Over thoro acrost tho foam. Do yer thinks they likes yer bettor, For yer tales of drink and almtnci, Do yer think they'll praiso yor action, In defainiu our fa:rn*mo, Ono swallow makes no summer, Three sollickers not a force, Where tho fow makes it a welter "Tou coudems; tho lot o'course. Do yor think yer Gnvrd Almighty, Cob yer woars a captain's Stars, Thi...

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CHURCH SERVICES. The following are the services for Sunday next:— [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 23 April 1915

CHURCH SERVICES. 8 The following are the services for Sunday next Baptist.— Hopetoirn 11 and _7, 11 opt to an West H.'dO, Rev. Hariis. . Methodist.—Hopetoan, 11, •J> 7 (Sunday School Anniversary), Rev A. Geddes; llcaebery 11, Mr. Dor tQitn. Presbyterian.— Hopetoun, 8 p.m. (Memoriam Service), Rev. Nuisaiitli. He h»3 achieved success who has H lived well, laughed often and loved H mnch ; who has ^aiiied the respect p o£ intelligent men ami the love <>t || little children ; who has filled hi-1 fl niche and accomplished his task ; j S who ha9 left the world hotter th;m || ha found it, whether by an improved | P0PP}', a perfect poem or a rescued || soul; who ha9 never lacked ap gs preciation of earth's beauty or H itiilad tr> oxpreaa it; wlio has ahvuys H looked for the best in others, mid given the best he had ; whcwe life was an inspiration,- whose memory a benediction. "Is old Doxey as stingy as they Say ha is?" "-Yes. lie won't evwi | buy a calendar, for fear he m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 23 April 1915

GEELONG WOOL 'SALES ,-p^—>—aMggr DENNYS, LASCELLES, LIMITED, DIRECTORS: E. H. Laecelles (Chairman. W. F. Tolwm, lion. Agar Wynne, Thos. Young. "Wool ami Grain Brokers, Stock, Shipping and General Agents. AMPLE STORAGE & SAMPLE FLOORS. Every Cnnsienmont Faithfully ProtectVl. Pricos /toporicd on Day of Hula. PROCEEDS are PAID in to a SPECIAL ACCOUNT and thue held IN TRUST FOR CLIENTS. Hoad Office and Warehouse ••• GEELONG. Branch Offiicos MELBOURNE & HOPETOUN. a ■:- ■: The " lionet on 11 Co utj er' Cyclone Gates are Ant Proof CHEAPER than WOOD !^j«- • F? .QR£. jf||]zHS939^ zw • • < .. ! I I H ,M it S I ! :ig|]±r T_, ., '^s £r* fcieF^fnif^nii: Ts/r MIT®* ffBklE' B 8 ST ■piUii ii.^" n..: fc.\*r:y j.i*lc« -c^»f n 111 l-'.M if ct»ircfl md h-M. «™j* io ^ ir'crcionr WkVm ■l OiM.v, a;a iiU'h r>h. S^rvnj;, 3cc:o*{?. 3!vsj 8-ft. x 4-ft. is/. :;.d t-ft. x «-«. 1-1' ' i'^'j i7i 11-ft. k «-fi. 18 s pa «-«.x«-K. 20/. 15 ii'" 11-fl.ond 12-h. getM i»c it; bftvc *!ay»...

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MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 23 April 1915

MAKE I'OUtt DISTRICT KN-OWX. Concerning some parts of the din it rict news comes but seldom. This iia not entirely our fruit ; we have |no miraculous power of knowing jwhat is happening at all the places jwithin onr area of circulation. It lis the fault of residents in the silent places. Will some man or woman take the matter in hand and cause the silence jto cease, ; If no one is doing it for your Idisttict, will you try on these lines? Send accounts of public and social [events in your township and neigh borhood, such as weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, matters touching district industries, eic. Write tho names of persons very distinctly. Don't bother about grammar or spelling ; it's ihe editor's work to look atter those trifles. The barest . skeleton is enough. Write only on one side of the paper. Giveinformation ; but let criticism done. Write your name and address 011 -ame corner—not for publication, but to prove good faith.

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GOLF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 23 April 1915

COIF SOIES. The annual meeting of tho Etope toun Golf Club was held at the Mechanics' Hall on Tuesday even ing last, there being present, Captain M'.Mullin (in tho chair), Messrs. V. Tepper, P. Ewers, E. Mair, R. Ford, J. Ford, J. Boothey, A. Marx, G. Mair, Buckland and A. Jenkins, lion, secretary. The minuted of tho previous ordinary and annual meetings were confirmed 011 the motion of Messrs. Tepper and J. Ford, The secretary read the balance Bheet, which showed the club to have a credit of £5 Is -Id. The Btatemont Was adopted on the motion of Messrs. Ford and Ewers. The Victorian Golf Association wrote requesting this Club to pur chase War Medals as a means of raising fnnds for the Belgians. Mr. J. Ford moved that the Club pro cure two medals, one each to be played for by gentlemen and lady players respectively. Seconded by Mr, Boothey and carried. EtiECIIOSf OF OFFICER3. The election of olllaers w is then proceeded with and resultod as fol lows!— President—Mr. E. H. Lascelles. C...

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HOPETOUN TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. The following subscribers are connected with the local telephone exchange:— [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 23 April 1915

IIOPETOUN TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. The following subscribers are connected with the local telephone exchange :— 1. R. G. Begns, fiirmer. 2. C'ust and Son, shop & residence 15. Denny?, La«cellcs. Ltd., auc tioneers. •1. IIuC Bros., farmers. 5. 0. Of. Carter, implement maker fj. Shire Hall. 7. A . Snell. baker, elc. <S. S. .1. Webster, newsagent, etc. f. M iss Brown, i'omtnereial Hotel 10. Matthams & AcUIand, '•Jlope toini Courier.'' 11. Wafer Commission OtYue. 12. W. A. 1 lallam, farmer. IVrmewan, Wriylil & Co. 11. Kleetiie l.ifiht Power House .1"). I'mnkiin's Cln'o Hotel It). A. Ci. Downey, police station. 17 A 1. C. B. M'l'arlane, farmer 17 A i. A. (n.oiiqhiin, farmer 17 A.'i. Chas. Pouiton, fanner 17 a1. Hal four it Mayne, fanners 1 7 Ari. M. Cili'.j, farmer IS. Dr. .las. (Jr.'^'i;. 1!'. W. K. I'lurtuo. HwiynVt. :'t!. !;.;j 1 y 'U.iiion.

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THE COURSING SEASON. DISTRICT FIXTURES FOR 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 23 April 1915

■ ■ ■ i THE COURSING SEASON. DISTRICT FIXTURES FOR 1915. Benlah.—April 21, May 22, Jnna 16' July 1-1, August 11, Septombaj? 15. DituUc-ola.—April JM-, May 13, June 12. July 10, August 6-7, Sep» totnbcrii-l. Gerun^.—April 17, Jima 19, July 31, August 23. Horsham.—April 17, Mny 22, June 18-11', July 1C-17, Autjudt 13» 11, September 10-11. Hopctoun.—May 5, June 9, July - 7, August -1. L'>rquon.— M;iy 29, July 3, August 1-1, September 4. Mutoa.— May 15, Juno 11-12^ July 10, August 7. Nhiil.—May 8, Juno 5-7-2G, July 21. Ang-1t 21, SepU'Uib-T li. liiij anynp.—May 29, June 26, July 2-1, Auyvidt 21, September 11. St:uvt>ll.— May 8, Juno 5-7, July 15-31, August 28, S-'pteinber 15. Shfep Hills.—May 1-29, June 26, July 23-21, August 21. Stockyard Hill.—Mav 8. June 12, July 8-9-10, August 11, September 11. Lillimur.—May 22, June 12, July 17, August 7.

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The Hopetoun Couier AND MALLBE PIONEER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 23 April 1915

ZTfee Ibopetoun Courier AND MA.LLBE PIOJTBBR. PUBLISURD BVBRT FRIDAY UORKIMO, FRIDAY, APRIL 23f 1915. Tho extraordinary olection for ono councillor in tho North Riding, to fill tho ▼acancy caused by the doith of Council lor Turriff, will bo hold on Friday next, 30th inst. Tho polling booths are at Hopetoun, Woomelang, Lascolles, Turr'.ll and Tempy, and tho hours of polling are between 8 a.m. ann 4 p.m, Tho candi dates are Messrs. Jas. .Ford and Walter Richards. Quite a large number of teaders for works in the local shiro will close on Monday ovening next at tho Shire Hall. Details are advertisod in this issuo. The Iter. Naismitb, of Warr*cknabeal, will conduct a msmoriam service to tho memory of ike'late Mr. J. Turriff in tho Mechanics' Hall, Hopetoun, on Sunday evening next. j On 8th May tho compulsory cUusoj of I tha Workers' Compensation Act will I come into force. We would dr&w at tention to the fact that hy virtue of sec" tion 37 of the Act it will bocome oblatory on an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 23 April 1915

Advertise in the HOPETOUN COURIER.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 23 April 1915

TO OUR READERS. Very often nil interesting item may come under your notice. Yon may witness some occurrence which may be ot' general interest to the public. We invito yon to send it □long, written in a short, crisp style, the crisper the better. The editor will carefully perasa all communications sent, whether they be in political, social, or other form, and they will be treated us strictly confidential. All item3 must, however, be well authenticated, anil from a reliable source. All communications will be acknow. lodged in tho correspoudenos columns. Newspaper clippings are well ac ceptable, and facts about people, such as deaths, marriages, social events, etc. Please write 0:1 one sida of th£ paper. R. S. FARMER Practical SADDLER & HARNESS MAKES Ilopetoun. Saddlery inid Harness; of every description Manufactured on the Premises by Experienced Tradesmen. The Season Looks Promising*, and Fanner's Workman ship is Guarantee# R . S. F A R M E R , Practical Saddler & Har...

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Federal Issues. THE FINANCIAL POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 23 April 1915

Federal Issues. THE FiNANCIAI*POSITION. The figures Jin the statement which Mr. FiBher road at the open ing of Parliament set thoughtful, men mtising on an imperial ^ealtb, almost unbounded in its extent. A few months ago Great Britain lent Australia millions, to-day it it lending raoro millions, like golden streams are flowing to all parts of the oversea dominions, whilst thel mother country's own expenditure on army and navy reaches a total which staggers the imagination, So va^t are the resources of tho Empire, that, for the moment, th<J treasurer's financial difficulties seem to have vanished into thin air, and tho ono dangpp is that he and thoss behind him may bo tompted to plunge into unnecessary and there fore reckless expenditure. Mr. Cook( as leader, heartily supported by the rank and file of the Liberal Party has supported Ministers with splendid loyalty. That loyalty must be maintained but it must not degenerate into slackness. In u!l that concerns defence ot A...

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RAINFALL AT HOPETOUN. EXTENDING OVER A PERIOD OF THIRTY-SIX YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 23 April 1915

RAINFALL AT HOPETOUN. I EXTEND!NO OVER A PERIOD OF "XUIRTY-iMX YEARS. 858 E9'lt 90-1*1 8E-8I SI.81 9A-QI WH 69-8 AG'TX' OZGl AE-TI 85-81 OA'S ,88-61 66-Sl ! AG-IT 9S-U OI-A 8^-01 SA-OI C'S'GI 90-Al 60-t-I 61-91 18-81 ir-fz 9fi-8 S8-91 AA-CI es-oi GA-Sl K-H W-0 I9-tl 09-6 9Z-T-I 80-81 IS'JOJ, nz ll 50 S GM SW f-r OK IS'I 6S T-0 so-: SV-Z SI-I IJ>. SO 9£< SI K £9- ' ca-s EO GJ GO-T fif. — ro-s AG GG ts-t I'M SM — — II n GO-o ••• ja^inoood 10 I ZL T>M eg 85'I Oi' ZZ f-O-T EG' LZ IE 00-8 IE 68. PS. AM SS 95 98 I*. If. ?"9-I ZM 8C-I A8-I SIM f,v: fOG GS 8C 92 S9 SG — 91 1-8-1 ••• joquiSAoj^ 10 sa-5 I?.' K'l 89 OL-Z 81 11' et-i A8-1 US-1 OS'I EA-l 18. €A SA Z9 Sf> EZ-I 1*-S IG-I %'•! GI-5 IM sir, '<n fS-I 18 IS >:9 ■<:g ZL-T, . Eli 89-7, 8«.l to 1>5'l H)-? IS-5 Girz 1(5* zi's IV S8'I Ol-I 91" G9-E Sl-t 88-1 GI-. 03-1 St sc-i EI-1 <•01 Il-I Il-o ZL GO-1 C8 TO-1 51-5 S8-I 9S-I 89 19-1 GH-I KG ti Zb 8?.E oi: Ic.'l 18 E 931 AM I-9'l S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 23 April 1915

ARTIFICIAL TEETH. ( From JANUARY 3rd to MARCH 31st a 25 per Special, i cent. Itedlucflon. Will be made Oil ALL ( ORDERS for Artificial Teeth, during the above dates. P«Uq!«>9 Extraction? , with Cocaine, Laughing G»s, Ac. ?alule«8 Filling , . n in Gold, Amalgam, Porcelain, Cement. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 9 Recorded j JDEKTA-Bj 1 Board of by the 1 I Victoria. The Central Pharmacy and Dentistry, Warracknabsal. C5T May b# consulted regularly at tbo . Commercial ifotol, Hopetoun. Next Visit— Wednesday, May 12. PROFESSIONAL. 'PHONE No. 74. Surgeon Dentist, QUALIFIED BY EXAMINATION, Registered by Dental Board of Victoria, Scott Street, Warrackaal^eal, Opposite Palmer's Coffee Palace. Will Visit Hopetoun - WEDNESDAY, Commonwealth MLBanft of Hustral&t HEAD OFFICE 4f§||p]p SYDNEY 9hl* Banfc la optn for all clanci of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS POST OFFIOE BUILDINGS, Sturt & Lydiard Sta., BALIuARAT AlftO at M-olbourno, Sydnoy, Nowcastlo, Broken Hill, Dubbo, Canbcrra« laldo, Pe...

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Coursing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 23 April 1915

Coursing Notes. fhe annual meeting of tho Ilo'pri totin Coursing Club was hold at the Commercial Hotel on Monday even I ing last, when there wore present— Mr. Hatcher (vice-president, in the chair), Messrs. E. Franklin, "White head) Brownt Ej. iMairj Barratt, Stewart, Ackland and M'Donald (hont secretary). Prior to any business being tran sacted, Mr. Hatcher referred to the death of Mr, Turriff, who bad been president of tho club ainco its inception* He was one of the best of sport?, and tho clab was much the poorer by his untimely death; Ho moved that a letter of condo lence bo forwarded to the bereaved, "fliis was seconded by Mr, White head and carried. Tho minutes of tho laat ordinary and annual meetings were con firmed on tho motion of Messrs. Franklin and Brown. A letter svas read re dates allotted to this olnb. These have already been published. Mr. Munday has been the execu tive officer in coursing circles longer than wo can remember, and there la A movement on foot to give h...

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