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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 27 March 1914
0 0 M M E l?. 0:1 A L II O T E L, ITOPLTOUX. ^pfeSS.-.SSii'wwia, ■ - VX.",,-. V^,,^'I'jWw:lLriffl':/s -Kverythme-up to tho previous high standard. - Tli« Cmsinc is-cxcollwit, and only lli best brands of drink are sold. Good accommodation for boardors reasonable ratos. Commercial Travellers' House. IJatb Room. (Jood Stabling. Aito.ntivn Groom PHIL RYAN'S fojastBOinveftiiSj 82«tcS, RAINBOW. 83" Oiif.v the very Best Hrands of Wines, Spirits and (.iipiors kept. Celebrated Stawell Ale on Draught. First-Class Table. A1 Accommodation for Boardors. Horses and Traps on Hire. This Fpacious Hotel being situated within a Rtonethrow of the Railway .Station, makes it very convenient for the .ravelling public. - Absolutely the most capacious and best Yard and Stable in the town. C 5, BJ CI IB « T 32 E., AUSTIN STiiKIJT, LIOPKTui'X. ffrafilSiSSBS, lYopi ieirtS3. , A iioriio /jdmio. Tlio Lea liny llotel in the District. Excellent accommodation in every ro specr. Oilly wines and spirits of the best b...
WHEAT READY RECKONER. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 27 March 1914
WHEAT READY RECKONER. Every farmer should paste this table of weights in his pocket book: Qrs. . lbs. 1 cqnal 28 2 ,, 5G ■3 „ S-1 4 „ 112 • Cwt. v bl. lb 1 equal 1 52 2 „ a 4-i . a „ 5 8G •1 „ 7 2S 5 , „ 9 30 G : - ,, 11.12 I 7 „ 13 "4 , 8 i) 1-1 50 | [) „1&lt;J'4S| 1.0. „ 18,40'| 1L • ,,20 32 1 12 „ 22 24 J 13 „ 2-1 1G" 1-4 „ 26 S C\vt bl. lb 15 equal kS l(i „ 29 52 J 7 ,,3144 IS 33 36 10 . „ 35 28 Tons lil. lb 1 equal 37 20 2 „ n do 3 ,,'112* 4 „ 149 20 5 „ 186 40 G „ 224 ' "7 „ 261 20 8 „ 29G 40 9 „ 336 10 „ 373 20 11 „ 410 40 12 „ 448 13 „ '185'
CLOSE SEASONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 27 March 1914
CLOSE SEASONS. The following are tne close sea on a for .same of various kinds :— The whole year—Kangaroo, emu, curlew, mallee hens, egret or white cranes, flycatchers, fantails, mopolce, ibis, laughing-jackass, larks, lyre birds, magpie, owls, English phea sants, wrens, robins, stono plover, warblers, etc. The value of these birds is'set down at £5. Wild duck, any species—1st July to 11th Feb., inclusive. Plover—1st Aug. to 20tb Dec. Quail—1st Aug. to 14th March, in clusive. _ ' Bronze pisrnon The wholo year. Oppossuins are now protected all the year round. Wild geese (all kinds) —1st Aug to 31st January. .. Black-swan—l^tli'.'June to 20th Dec.'
Beulah. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 27 March 1914
£Scu3aaa. 'PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Wednesday livening. Mr. Thomas King, tlie local agent For Messrs. Young Bros., has been supplied with a new"motor ear (a Hnpinobile). . » a ' » Swimming Club Entertainment. Last Friilay night an entertain ment was given in aid of the Beulali .Swimming Club A splen did programme was given, the chief performer being the Mysterions Aubrey. At the conclusion of the programme the prizes won at the re cent Swimming Carnival were dis tributed to the successful competi tors. * # # Church Matters. Rev. 0. R. Linden, of Warrackna beal, conducted services in the Benlah Baptist Church on Sunday last. » > * Typhoil Fever, We regret to state that Mrs. El dridge, of tho Presbyterian Manse, Beulab, has .contracted typhoid fever. She ia getting on as well as can bo expected. » # • Tennis. Last Wednesday afternoon the .Benlah'tennis players visited Gala quil to try conclusions, but were defeated by 16 games, (hue leaving a final to be played on the Benlah co...
Hopetoun Rifle Club. FIRST ANNUAL PRIZE MEETING. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 27 March 1914
Hopetoun Rifle Club. FIRST ANNUAL PRIZE - meeting. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 191). The following is the programme in connection with the tirat annual I prize mei'ting to he held on the Hopetoun Range oh Wednesday, April 29 :— Entries to be limited to one team of Eight men, "or not more than Eight individual members of the following Club?, with the excep tion of Hopetoun, who will be allowed to enter two or more teams : — Hopotonn, Roseberv, Brim, Aubrey, Warracknabeal, Lascellt'S, Nypo and Rainbow. Committee. Captain V. Tapper, Secretary W. Thompson, Messrs. C. A. Cham berlain, 0. Dart and Geo. Isbel. Handiciippei's. Messrs; C. Rennison and Smith ( (Horsham). i Programme. I Mallee Handicap, 500 yards. 7 shots (2 sighters optional). Open to indidividuul members of the teams mentioned. First, £L 10s ; second, 10s; third, 7s lid ; five other prizes at 5s each ; three at 2s Gd each. Entry, Is 6d. Ilopetoun Handicap, COO yard?. 7 shots (2 sighters optional), open to individual members of team...
Swimming and Life Saving. MR. F. BEAU REP AIRE'S REPORT RE BATHS FOR HOPETOUN. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 27 March 1914
Swimming and Life Saving. MR. F. BEAU REP AIRE'S REPORT RE BATHS FOR HOPiiTOUN. Mr. F. E. Beaurepaire, Export of Swimming to the Education De partment, who recently paid a visit to thia town, has submitted the fol lowing report re the facilities for the practice of swimming and life saving " I have iho honor to re port having made an inspection of the possible available facilities for the practice of the above arts. The lake 1 found to be a sheet of: water entirely unsuited, under present conditions, to the practice of swim ming, but with a littie addition, in the shape, of a narrow platform run ning out into about four feot of water, the arts could be indulged in. A hessian dressing shed coukl bn erected at the shore end of the plat form. This proposed shed, which 'would be of -stout framo-work, covered each summer with hessian, would bo cool and adequate. I noticed at the north end of the lalce an overflow crock, which could be utilised as a first-rate swimming pool if a bank was ...
BEULAH TURF CLUB. ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 27 March 1914
BEULAH TURF CLUB. ANNUAL RACES. Tho ubo.vo club wag favored with beautiful weather on Friday lust for its annual gathering, and a very pleasant . and successful turn-out they had. Tho entries wero good, and the" fields generally, very fair. Tho racing itself whs of a high order of merit, two of the races (tho principal events of the day), were only won in each instance by a head. The crowd was not as large as might reasonably have been ex pected, about £10 being taken at the gates. Tho meeting was exceptionally ■well conducted and the events got o(T well to time. Tho president, Mr. T. H. Jackson, is-the right man in the rightplace, and he bad she cordial assistance of the other officers.-.- -Mr. C. J. Uuton is a pains taking and conscientious secretary, and ho -was ever to be found in his office. Mr. E. Franklin, as judge, had a couple of close things to de cide, but his vi-rdicts were never questioned. The club had a good cleric of scales in Mr. J. Yates, and the same can bo said o...
DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 27 March 1914
DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SII0W3. Natimuk, September 16 and 17. llupanyup, September IS. Horsham, October 1 and 2. Minyip, October G. ;• Nhill, October 7. Warracknabeal, October 9. Beulah, October 13. Dimboola, October 14, Ilopetonn October 1(5. Stawell, October 16. Jeparit, October 20. Murtoa, October 21. Rainbow, October 2i5.
BACK BLOCKER SENDS GREETINGS TO GROCER. AN EXTRAORADINARY EPISTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 27 March 1914
BACK BLOCKER i-SKN'DS GREET INGS TO CjROCISU. AST 1SXT11A.0 R DIN A R. Y JKPISTrjB. The following is a true nnd faith ful copy of an order Bent toand executed by a Stawell grocery.firm recently. It came from a farmer residing not u hundred miles from Navarre, and snggests that tho rural education needs a little^ improve ment :— Suns, Plea send these gads at wuns, I want ihem in a limy. C pownd leurins, 6 pownd rasints. Them bntes you sent ain't the rite butes. They is 9 i talc 7, ."?« must.think i got fele lilt: dam blaclcfoler kanoos. 1 bag llower. G pownd sagar, 6 pownd rise. I ad a tiady fuvtoosdy, Burned nearly al me gras and. fritened the duos out nv there cows. Olo wumuns bin sick ever sins. 1 pownd biikiu aoder, , I :pakxt cawn flower fer grooel. They gawn of i hor milk.a'n.'-got-':soK' tiis.an-Ji woht IVde, lO.pown baken, good baleen no dried orce lik larst time - with ide: a hinch thik. 1 'bag shugari • I give perticlev doose to the rabbits and snalca. Burned era rito out. ...
Hopetoun West Harvest Festival. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 27 March 1914
Hopetoun West Harvest Festival. The harvest festival celebrations in connection with the llopetoun West Baptist Church' took plac&lt;», us reported in our last issue, on Sun day . anil Monday, 10tli and Kith inst., and wen; very successful from efery point of view; The Sunday meetings were especially success ful. The Knv. W. Wi Jolly, of lienlah, conducted the services, af ternoon and evening, and preached two most helpful and inspiring ad dresses to large congregations. Mr. Jolly spoke in the afternoon on the words, " They nindo mo the keeper of the vineyards, Iput my own vine j-ard have I not kept." At night his subject was "Christ Exalted." Both discourses were very fitting to the occasion, and the singing of Mrs Jolly brightened the services con-, siderahly. The collections, which were considerably lower tliim"usual, amounted t&lt;? £1,2 pr £13.
The Hopetoun Courier AND MALLEE PIONEER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, MORNING. FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 27 March 1914
$foe ibopetonii Courier AND MALr-BE PIONEER. k-DM.lSUEU KVEltV t'.'UDAY MORNING. riUDAY, MARCH'27, l'JM. President Marsliman and Engineer Tonkin, of the local shire, waited on the Minister for Public Works (Mr. Hagel thorn) ou Tuesday, aud applied for a spocial grant o£ £300 towards the cost o£ erecting a concroto bridge over the Yar riambiae Cheek, near Bouluh. They pointed out that tho existing bridge was in a rotten condition, and would not carry tho next season's wheat traffic. The totnl oatimutoilcost oE thowork was £600. Mr. Hageltliorn, in roply, said that tho application would have to bo held over til) next financial year, as there was no money available for special advances of tho kind at proseut. Tho first conferqiico of district muni cipalities over hold in Hopotoun will tako placo on Tuesday next at the Shire Hall, wlion tho chief subjcct to bo dis cussed is how bost to deal with drift sand ou roads. It is a vexed question, and one on which thero is a great difference oE...
LASCELLES RACE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. OFFICERS— [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 27 March 1914
LASCELLES RACE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. Officers— President. Mr. E. J. Delaney; vica• presidents, Messrs. EI. Alilte and Goo. . Crone; judge, Mr. W. K. Millstoed ; sfcirter, Mr. H. J. Whitehead; "as. sistant starter, Mr. H. Milte ; trea-' , surer, Mr. G. Poysden; clerk ol scales, Mr. S. Nelson; clerk of courao, Mr. J.' Anderson ; hon. surgeon, Dr. Edwards ; auditors, Mossre. M. Sid. dull and J. Price; secretary, Mr. Walter EI. Graham ; patrons. Messrs. 0'Calla»han, J. Turriff, E. Fianklin, J. Gray, M.L. A.. J. L. Roberts, Jno, Brock, P. P. Cross, P Garden, E. H. Lascelles, H. B. Ackland, J. J. Dwyer, G. Procter, H. Brown, A. J- O'Con nor and Dr. Campbell, The annual race meeting was held at Lascelles 011 Wednesday last and a very successful gathering.it proved to be. The weather was One and a large crowd was attracted to—tha neighboring town, there being quita a plethora of events,; viz., -sparrow ? mutch, race meeting,' banquet, unil bazaar. The takings at the race course gates amount...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 3 April 1914
Notices. Warning ! ■Jk fYPTICAL QUACKS are very nutner our iu this country. They travel from house to house preying unon the weak and old with promises of marvellous euresof all kinds of "eye troubles." with a pntanted " famous fictitious named lens." From time to timo I have tried to warn you. Optical Fakers are in the country every week. Beliablo men do not travel from house to houso. If you get " hit" you hare no ono to bJninu but yourself. In addition to the swindling done by such srrnftora, the harm and injuries they sell cannot be over estimated. The pcoplo should consider carefutly the reputation and honesty of the man whom they entrust with their eyes. I visit your town every eight weeks and hold consultations at Commercial Hotel. I do not canvass from house to house. Professional men do not do that sort of thine. Mr nest visit to your district is as ondor— S. B. Abotomey, Follow Spcncor Optical Institute, Follow Victorian Optical Association, Sight Specialist and Expert Opt...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 3 April 1914
i 0HUROH SERVICES. The following are the services foi Sunday next:— Church of England.— BetilaJi II Rosebery 2.30, Goynra-4, Hopetoui> 730., liev; E. C. Fleischer. Baptist.—Hopetonn 3.30, Hope tonn W., 7.30, Pastor G. llardcastle. Methodist. — Hopetonn 11, Mr Richards ; Kosebery 11. Glenore 3. Hopetonn 7.30, Rev. F. C. Ivor* (farewell services); Hopetonn Eas; 3, Rosebery 7.30, Mr. Trainor.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 3 April 1914
Meetings. B.*r»g"a*©s§ " §»es&lt;u3y. A GENERAL MEETING of the ubovu- Society will bo hold at the Mechanics' Ball' ou Tuesilaj-, April 7, at 8 p.m. All who have the interests of tho So ciety at hoart arc requestod to attend. IS. A. OUST, Hon. Sec. Hopetoun Football Club. ripHE ANNUAL RIGHTING of the JL abovo Club will bo held at tho Mechanics' Hall on Saturday (to-morrow) evening at U p.'n. Business.—Adoption of Balnneo Sheet, Election of Officers, and General. A, E. MAI It', , . Hon. Sec. ' HOPETOUN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. T3E monthly mooting of the corn . mittee of tho above Institute will bo held at the Hall 011 Monday Evening next, Gib April, at 8 p.m. ' . E. MATTHAMS, - , Secretary. Public Notices. Public Notice. THE Stores in Hopetoun will during tho winter mouths open at 8 a.m., aad close on Saturdays at 9 p.m. Hopetoun Rifle Club. THE Members of tho above Club are requested to complete their mus ketry at tho earliest dato possible). W. thompson, Hon. See. P?- TO-NIGHT....
Debt. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 3 April 1914
Dobt. E. F. Allin v. W. tl. Grahatn.'£4 For work and labor'done. Plaintiff, -Vermin Inspector, said a uliotina for £1 ii-i'.I since been received, bub as U>a cost^ were not included lie did not recognise tho cheque" as paymout. Order for amount wi'th £1 Id costs. Mr. Pitchor for plaintiff. A woman will t0 » palmist to./ get her hand read. A man goes to a pub, to get his nose red. It may be true that money makes .the n>are go, but a little oats comes in handy. - .
Non-Vaccination. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 3 April 1914
Non-Vaccination. Constable Dowuoy v Jas.Scotfr, failing to have bis twin sons, Llurtlo ami Lind say, vaccinated. Defendant said ho had had the children vaccinated, but only one mark had taken.—Adjourned for 12 weeks to onable defendant to have the children vaccinated."' Sumo v, Donald M'Donald Wright, similar offence, one child. Tho constable stated that defendant hid given him a lot of trouble by dodging about from : place to place. .Fined XI, in default dis tress. U
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 3 April 1914
MAKE I'OU R DIST RIOT . KNOWN. ; Concerning some parts of tho dis trict news coines but seldom. This is not entirety our fault; we have no miraculous power of knowing what is happening at all the places within our area of circulation. It is the fault of 'rtfsiuents in the silent places. Will some.man or woman take tho matter in hand and cause the silence to cease. .If no one is doing it for your district, will you try on these lines? Send accounts of public and social events in your township and neigh borhood, sucii as weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, matters touching district industries, etc. . Write • the names of persons very distinctly. » Don't bother , about grammar or spelling ; it's tho. editor's work to look aLter those trifles. The barest skeleton is enough. . Write - only 011 0110 sido of the paper. Giveinformatiou; but let criticism alono. ■ Write your name and address on same corner—not for - publication,' but to prove good faith.: > ,•
Hopetoun Court of Petty Sessions. Before Messrs, J. Turriff (chairman), T. Hatcher, R. Gulliver, T. M'Mullin. TUESDAY, MARCH 31. Appeals. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 3 April 1914
Hopetoun Court of Petty Sessions. Beforo Messrs, J. Turriff (utiiiirmm), T. ilutcber, II. Gulliver, T. M'ikilliu. Tuesday, makcii 31. Appeal*. Tho following appealed against tlio valuations of tho Karkarooc Shire Coun cil, and they were reduced witli tho con sent of both sidos :— Jas. Oust, reduced to £12, with £1 Is costs against tho council ; S. E. Bullon. reducod to £10. with 10s Cd costs. Mr. J. U. Pitcher, for Mr. H. \V. Oakley, represented tho council. Tho appellants did not appear.