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The Hopetoun Courier AND MALLEE PIONEER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 April 1914

ftbe Tfoopetoun Cornier AND SfALfjEG PIONEER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOKMINO. FRIDAY, APltIL 24, l'J14. The figures'published in an article in another column under the head ing of " Wheat 'Growing " should form very interesting inontal pabu lum for the'farmers, 'particularly of the mallee. We are all aware that cultivation methods are generally being improved every year, but that there is still great room for expan sion in this direction a study of the figures referred to will prove. When we read that Karkarooc last year had an average of 5.41 bushels of wheat and the adjoining county of Borung hod an average of 18.16 —considerably better than three times as much, it should be evident J that such a vast difference lies in the fact that Borung land cultivated consisted of 93 per. cent, fallow and Karkarooc only 31 per cent. Admittedly Borung has a slightly better rainfall, but it is ovident that the difference in the amount of moisture did not account for tho.vast increase. Cul tivat...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Weights and Measures Union. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 April 1914

Weights and Measures Union. -lIALF-YIiA.ltIjY MEETING. The half-yearly meeting of the Aorth-Wostem Weights and Mea sures Union was held at the Shire Hall, Warracknabeal, oil Saturday, whan there were presentCrsStain thorpe (chairman),- and Pendlebury (Bormif.'). Tun-ill! and Hatcher (Ivarkarooc), Gibson (Dunmniikle), Ryan (Dimboola), and Dickinson (Lowan). T.he president of Borung fcihire (Or. Totter) and two visiting, councillors from Dimboola were j present, and were accommoJated with seats at the table, CORRESPONDENCE. From Shiro of Walpeup, again asking to be admitted to the union. —Cr. Pendlebury said this union had plenty of work io do at present, and as there was only one inspector, it would be a mistake to enlarge the area. He moved.that it be suggested that Walpeup endeavor to form a union on their own line with neighboring shires, as it was felt that they could hardly got fair representation from this union, owing to the position of the Walpeup Shire, and the difficulty th...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLOSE SEASONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 April 1914

CLOSE SEASONS. The following are tue close sea 011s Cor of various kinds :— The wliole year—Kangaroo, emu, curlew, mallee liens, egret or while cranes, liycatchers, fantails, mo poke, ibis, laughing-jackass, larks, lyre birds, magpie, owls, English phea sants, wrens, robins, slone plover, warblers, etc. The value of these birds is set down at £5. Wild duck, any species—1st July to Uth Fub., inclusive. Plover—1st Aug. to 20tli Dec. Quail—1st Aug. to Ltlh March, in clusive. ]?ronze piyaon The whole year. Oppossuins are now protected all the j'ear round. Wild geese (all binds) —1st Aug to 31st January. Black swan—1-1 th" June to 20th Dec.

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 April 1914

COMMERCIAL HOTEL, HOPETOUN. MS. 53. ISrowai, f\^ . : . PUOrniETltnSS Everything Tip'Cn tlio previous high standard. Tlio Cuisine is excellent, and only the best, brands of drink'aro sold. Good accommodation for boarders at reasonable rates. Commercial Travellers' Houses Bath ltoom. Good Stabling. Attentive Groom PHIL RYAN'S C«mmos6we£uStSa Ii'S.Olt«S, RAINBOW. tS" Only Urn very Tlest Brands of Wines, Spirits and Liquors kept. (Jelebnitetl Stawell Ale <>u Draught. First-CJass Tabla. AI Accommodation for Boarders. Ilorses am! Traps on Ilirc. This spacious Hotel beiii£ situated svithin a stone-throw* of the Railway Station, make.- it very convenient fur the .ravellini; public. Absolutely the most capacious and best Yard and Stable in the town. C&UJ E5 M 05 X 22 J, , AUSTIN STKEKT, 1IOPETOUN. F2'iS35li2J25. Proijrieuvss. A homo; away from homo. The Lea liny Uotel in the District. Excellent accommodation in every re spect. Only wines and spirits o£ the best brands i...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 April 1914

ustin 0 V. .-3. m § ft. 1*51 I tilU General Merchan Lascellas St., Hopstoun Have on hamVfull Stocks of Drapery, Clothing', Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Provisions, Ironmongery, etc., Which they sell at Lowest Prices for CASH or on TERMS. All descriptions of Fencing Wire, anil all lengths in' Galvunizedj Corrugated Iroiij .etc., - on hand. j . A complete list of Samples for Men's and Boys' Clothing made to measure. V Fit and Style guaranteed. -i: CIVILITY & ATTENTION, Orders will be appreciated from Old and New Customers. M'MullirnCo. WHEN YOU DRINK JIOl'KTOn.V »!.KNI> TEA 1st.—You get good Ten. 2nd.—You are Satisfied. 3rd.—Wc are pleased. THIS IS TRUE and it is emphatically true of our Groceries. The best goes .Furthest! Drapery, Clothing, Boots Shoes. BEST BRANDS ONLY KEPT. Remember tlie VALUES--the HIGHEST, and the PKICES the LOWEST. We have opened up onr A.UJ3TSJJ.S with Latest City Fashions. See our Millinery. No need for City Travellers. Call and see our samples for S...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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WHEAT READY RECKONER. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 April 1914

WHEAT READY RECKONER. • Every farmer should, paste this table of weights in his pocket book: Qrs. 1 equal 2 „ H » 4 lbs. 28 56 S4 112 Cwt. 1 ec bl. lb 1 1 52 2 y) 3 44 3 5 36 4 7 28 5 )) 9 20 6 V 11 12 7. 13 4 S ■ U 56 9 16 48 10 >i 18 40 11 20 32 12 «> 22 24 13 24 16 14 „ 26 6 Cwt bl. lb 15 equal ~8 29 52 .31 44 33 30 35 28 Tons bl. lb 1 equal 37 20 74 40 112 149 20 186 40 224 261 20 296 40 336 373 20 410 40 •448 485

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 April 1914

NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTIONS The following are tlie decisions of various courts on the subject;— 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as intending to renew the subscriptions. 2. If subscribers order the discon tinuance of thoir newspaper, the publisher may continue to send it until all arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the post office to which, they are directed, they are responsible until they have settled their bills and ordered thoir papers to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other places without informing the pub lisher, and the papers are'sentto the former address, such subscribers are held responsible

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 April 1914

Tho funniest spot we possess is ] our vanity. Almost anyone can tickle, U. Notices. To Let on Shares. IN one or moro lots, 500 Acres Land, as .Rood as fallow, oil Yarrauic, 0 miles from Hopetoun. For particulars apply A.u.TALBOT. Land to Let ON SHARES, adjoining Lascellos Railway Station. . For particular^ apply • R, J. POYSDEN, Jjascsllos,

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 April 1914

Obituary. Mr. William Taylor, an old resi dent of' Warrackriabeal, and son of Mr. Andrew Taylor, died at his residence in that town on Monday of lust week. He was 4G years of age and for some months had suffered from a cancer under the chin, which ultimately caused his death. Ho leaves a widow and two children. The death has occurred o£ Mrs. R. Gosling, of Nypo, at the age of 29. She had been in failing health for several years. Mr. F. W. Calms, of Beulah, aged G8 years, died in the Warrack naheal Hospital two days after admission. He was an invalid" pensioner. Mrs. Geo. Gray, of Hopetoun, is a daughter1 of de ceased.

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Wheat Growing. LESSONS OF THE HARVEST. MINISTRY'S EDUCATIONAL SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 April 1914

Wheat Growing. LESSONS OF THIS HARVEST. MINISTRY'S EDTTCATIONAL SCHISM E. The last return by the Victorian Government statist (Mr. A. ft . Laughton), showing' the area ana yields of wheat for the past season, indicated that tho maximum yield was obtained in. the county of Honing, where 18.16 bushels per acre were harvested. Gladstone was second on the list with 17..5S bushels, closely followed by kara Kara whh 17.2:1, and Lowan 10.2 bushels per acre. The lowest yields were obtained in the mallee country—the county oC y. <-eah nearest the South Australian border yielding 489 bushels, Karkarooo 5.44 and Talcheia S.GO bushels per tt°M.*r. Hutchinson (the Minister for I Agriculture) expresses pleasure at the fact that the district which he i represents in Parliament (Lorung) should be in the lead, and he suites that such a result is eloquent testimony of the fact that farmers in this district have ever been to the front in the adoption of the most up-to date methods of culti ...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Stawell Easter Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 April 1914

Stawell Easter Sports. The Stawell Athletic Club's animal gathering was brought to a conclusion oil Easter Monday in splendid weather, and before a record attendance. Special trains came from all parts, and were crowded. Some fine racing was witnessed. The cbiof event, the Easter Gift, was won by W. Robin son (Maldon) from 12 yards. The winner is 23 years of age, and the only important events in which he was previously placed woic second in the Echuca Handicap, 1012, and ho won the half-mile at Shuppurton in 1913. Results Easter Gift, 130 yards—W. Robin son, 12 yds., 1; G. R. Saran, 14 yds., 2; L. A. Beyer, 12£ yds., 3; E. Carter, 7 yds , 4. Stawell Handicap, half a mile— S. Hall, 40 yds., 1; L. A. James, 55 yds., 2; E.J. Michaelson, 40 yds., 3. Sprint Handicap—D. II. Devine, 1} yds., 1 ; V. W. Mossop, yds., 2 ; W. Dunn, 6 yds., 3. Hurdle Race, 130 yards—1T. C. Harrington, 10 yds., 1; A. Biggs, 3 yds., 2 ; B. O'Sullivan, 7 yds., 3. Federation Handicap, one mile— T. W. Soutar, 75 yds...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Jeparit Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 April 1914

Jeparit Sports. The Jeparit Athletic Club held its annual sports on Monday of last week; It is estimated that a sub stantial profit will bo made. De tails :-Easter Gift, of £L0, 130 yards.—P. Gebert, (Ellam), 16 yds., 1; M.. Murphy (Willenabrina), 15 yds., 2 ; W. Pohlner (Ni Ni) 16 yds., 3. 100 Yards Handicap, of £3.—W. T. Brennan (Brim), lli yds,1 ; M. Murphy (Willenabrina), 11 yds., 2 ; A. G. nickers (Brim), 11 yds., 3. Easter Handicap, ,o£ £ -1, 220 yds.—P.Gebert (Ellarn), 21 yds., 1 ; M. Murphy (Willenabrina), 23 yds., 2; W. Pohlner (Ni Ni), 21 yds., 3. 440 Yards Handicap, of £1.—W. Patterson (Jeparit), 3S yds., 1 ; W. II. Ma}' (Boyeo), 2(j yds., 2. iiordle Race, o£ £4, MO yards. A. Bickers (Brim), 13 yds., 1 ; 0. S. Taylor (Brim), 11 yds., 2. Swim ming Race (adults)—C. Logan, 1; L. Tilley 2. Fire Brigade Events.— Reel sixes, of £9,—Jeparit, 1; Ilopetoun, 2. Nhill and Rainbow also competed. Reel fours, of £7, —Rainbow No. 1,20 sec.^., 1; Nhill No. 1, 20 4-5 sees.,. 2. Rainbow No...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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THE DEULAH CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 April 1914

THE DEULAH CLUB. The opening meeting of the" Benlah Club was held on Wednes day when the stnke closed with 10 nominations- at £1 la each. Hares were soiree anil the result was that W. Gb'z's dogs Sf*a Lad ami OlcvMi- Distance d'vid.id first a-id seco'ul money. M. Brennnn's Mil lionriiiv beinir third. The following arc* the detail? : — ' First Round. "W. Glitz'sSea Lad beat A. Byron's Tarnngnlla. 1>. Lambert's Gordon's Inherited beat T. II. Jackson's Euphonium. .. G. Dougherty's Ssvat'za beat A. Byron's No OllVr. \V". Glalz's Clt ver Distance beat '-* j. Savers' Invertention. ; M." Bronnau's Millionaire beat J. W. Morgan's Mahalla. "First Ties. Sea Lad beat Gordon's Inherited," ; Olevnr Distance beat Swat&w Millionaire a bye. Second Ties. Sea Lad b?at Millionaire. Clever Distance a bye;" Deciding Course. Sea Lad and Clever Distance,di vided.

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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In the Divorce Court. BARRETT v, BARRETT. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 April 1914

In the Divorce Court. - BAllllGTT v, BARRBTl'. In (he Melbourne Divorce Court on Monday last Mr. Justice Hood -wns asked to dissolve the marria;>K of Jilizabeth J..Barrett, barmaid, aged 37, of Lyons street, Ballarat, and Joseph Barrett, laborer. The parties were married at Warrackua beal in 1899, and there were four children. The couple resided at I llopetoun for five years, and there he deserted her. She came to Ararat ! and issued a warrant. He was ar rested, but tho case <iid not come to court, as she agreed to take him since. They lived at Ararat for three years, anil in 1909 he again" went away and she had not seen him since. Ilis Honor said that; he was not satisfied with tho evidence, ami adjourned the ease for a 'month."'.' "Which is correct?" asked the summer boarder who wished to sir his knowledge, ",'ro speak of a silting hun or a setting hen ?" " I don't know," replied the farmer's wife, "ami what's more, I don't care. But'there is one thing I would like l...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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COURSING NOTES. THE HOPETOUN CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 April 1914

COUJaSISGr 7SOXJES. THE HOPETOUN CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. Tho annual meeting of tlio above club was he.'d at FiankJin's Club Hotel on Monday evening lust when tliere were present:—Messrs. J. Turriff (president), Hatcher, Glare, Whitehead, K. Franklin, Ackland, Scown, R. Fraser, D. Stewart, Allin, M'Andrew, S. Griffin, Dennis, W. Brooks, and J. M'Donald (hon. secretary). The minutes o£ the previous annual and ordinary meetings were confirmed on tho motion of Messrs. Whitehead and Ackland. The balance sheet, audited, was read by the secretary, which showed that the club started the season with a credit balanco of £8 7s 7d, anil finished with a credit of £8 lite Id. Mr. Turriff moved that the same bo ; adopted. This was seconded by Mr. Glare and carried. The secretary's action with regard to tho dates of meetings was con firmed on the motion of Messrs. < Turriff and Hatcher. On the motion of Messrs. Turriff and Ackland, Mr. Hatcher was appointed the club's representative on the...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 April 1914

JRTEX"E SOTS3S. ■ The first prize-meeting initiated locally will l)o"h«M oir the local range on Wednesday nt»xt. A liberal prize list has bt>en arranged lint, unfortunately the response by 'neighboring clubs has be^n any thing but {>oo:l. Only .five teams havo pnteredj viz., Rainbow, Nypo, Lascelle?, and. II»pctenn (2).-- It was at least ex poet od that Wa,; racknabeal and Aubrey would hav« entered, as the M'Combe pennant was also to be shot for on the sama occasion. However there will he some 40 odd riflemen present and ifc is expected that some good and interesting contests will be tho result. ' ~ "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 1 May 1914

For Cbrnnio Chest Complaints, -.-.Woods OroatPepponnint Curo. Is Gil.* Professional. [-V. Cauii]; - " ID TZ,. CKF2. E OF GJ B"AS Purtih isad Dr, Campbell's prac« L tice in HOPETOUN, and resides in the last house in Lascolles btroet, North. R. Sv E. 13ULLEN BARRISTER & SOLICITOR, BEULAH. Visits Hnpotoun Every Monday and auy other day by appointment, Incomo Tax and Land Tax prepared. Moneys to Lend. 0 ASLE Y AND THOMPSON SOLICITORS, &c., DONALD AND BIRCHIP. VISIT WOOMELANG on Sala Days—every alternate Thursday ^R. J. S. WRIGHT SMITH, B.L, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR, WARRAGKNABEAL, And at Hopotoun and Beulab. Visits Lascelles every Wednesday all day Trust Money to Lend. ME' II. W. OAKLEY SOLICITOR, HOPETOUN and at BEULAH and W AiiRA.CK.NA.BEAL. A Commissioner of the Supreme Court of South Australia for taking Affidavits in Victoria. Mr. J. It. Pitcher in charge of Hopo toun Office. Visits nil day Fridays. Mr. Johnson visits Boulah every Tuea* day. Gr. C. I, A O H A. ...

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DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 1 May 1914

.DISTRICT AG If ICULTSf HAL - " ; ^ : •'■■Shows. ' - ^. Nutimuk, September 1G and IT. Hnpnnytip, September 18. . Horsham, October 1 and 2. Minyip, October (5. • Nhill, October 7. Wni-rackmiheul, October Benlab, October 13. . „ Dimboola, October 14. llopetonn October 1G. Stuwell, October 16. Jeparit, October 20. Murtoa, October 21. ^ Rainbow, October 215.

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 1 May 1914

Mechanics' Hall, Hopetoun. SKATING. JEvery ®aies<llay. In aid of Hopetouti Fire Brigade. Bouituiers Taucht. A. J1SSKIN8. lion. See. 'SaSloyaag. larafc, ' will visit Hopstonn on Wednes day, May Otli. .. Orders entrusted to h:m will roceivo prompt and carcful attention. A Good Advt, IN THE " Hopetoun Courier" Will Increase Your Business. Try it! shirk Notices. Shire of Karkarooc. TENDERS riLL be received at the Shire H ill. | i t Ilonetoun. up to 11 nV.loek, a.m., I on TUI'^D.VV, the I2i.l, "JIaV, I forthefolloivitiir irorkit, viz.:— CUNTRAIj HIDING. Contract 41.—Widenin<> cho formation (to 24 foot) ou the Goyura-Rosebury road, near Goyura. Contract. 4i>.—14 chains metillin? and 4} chains formation and metalling on the Goyura-IIopetoun'road. Contract 28.—Grubbing and Clearina oast of lots 23, 18 and 17a, Carori (2 miles). NORTH RIDING. Contract 45.—Grubbing and Clearing ori road from north-east Talbot's to ~ Bateman's deviation (3 miles), 23 feot wide. • Co...

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Obituary. MRS. M. A. THORNE. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 1 May 1914

Obituary. AIIIS. M. A. TUOKN'E. On Triday lust the death occurred of Airs. M. A., Thome, one ot the oiliest identities of Beulah. De ceased had spent over 20 years in that town, and for the past nine years had owned and conducted ihe Beulah Coffee Palace. Mrs. Thorne had not been in good health for the past three years. During the past few months she hu'l failed con siderably, but the end came sud denly. She was up and about on Thursday last, and on Friday morn ing, when she kept to her room, her attendants were not aware the end was so near. During the after noon, she passed away quietly. The cattso of death was dropsy and heart failure. Her husband, the late Mr. John Thorne, predeceased her by sorao aix years, as also have seven out of her family of eleven. The late Mrs. Thorne, who was highly respected by all who knew her, spent the early years of her life in Hamilton, where sho was pro prietress at different times of the Victoria Hotel and Hamilton Inn of that town. Later sho re...

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