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Football Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 5 June 1914

Football Notes. There, was a large attendance at a meeting of - the Hopetoun Football Club hold at the Mechanics' Hall on Saturday evening last, the presi dent, Mr. E. Franklin, in the' chair. After a good deal of 'dischssiori.it. was decided to form a second team from those players not selected for the Association matches. The sec retary was instructed to communi cate with neighboring ~o)ubs .with tho object of arranging matches be tween the second teams.. The move is certainly in the right ,direction as a second team must prbve a valu able recruiting ground for the seniors in time to come."- Besides it will give practically everybody who wants to play football aii opportu nity of getting a gatrio. A team from Hopetoun visited" •Rosebery and engaged in, a friendly match on Saturday-last. ^ The mem bers in neither of the combinations ■were in much form, but. tho game Bei\ved as a pipe opener for tho more serious tussles which commence to morrow week; -. The"'result "was a win- for H...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 5 June 1914

I\ Mbmouiam. BEAUGLEHOLK,—In lovinsr memory o£ our dear friend, E; K. Boauglohole. | L who diod Cat Ballurat on Juno 3rd, • -1U09. / ....... . Though hor loving voice is silent, And her true bcurt ceased to beat, How wo mias'lior well-known footsteps And the form wo used to groet. —Insortod by her lovins? friends at Nungn.

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISS EVELYN SIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 5 June 1914

MISS EVELYN JIMS.1 Constable and Mrs. Sims, .of"War racknabeal, Buffered a saYl^bereave ment on Friday. night Itffjfc-by ' Ilib death of their youngest ^daughter, Miss Evelj'n Sitns, at the age of 11 years. Another victim to typhoid fever.

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 — 5 June 1914

CLOSE SEASONS. The following are tue close sea ons for pame of various kinds :— The whole year—Kangaroo, emu, curlew, ma]lee hens, egret or white c rones, flycatchers, fantails, mopoke, ibis, laughing-jackass, larks, lyre birds, magpie, owls, English phea sants, wrens, robins, stone 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 20th Dec. Quail—1st Aug. to 11th March, in clusive. Bronzo pijnnn Tlie whole year. Oppossums are now protected all the year round. Wild geese (all kinds) —1st Aug to 31st January. Black swan—1-lth June to 20th Dec.

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 5 June 1914

COMMERCIAL: HOTEL, ^ HOPJKTOUN. 52. -32, BZjpowjs. Everything up to the previous high standard. The Cuisine is excellent, and only the best brands of drink are sold. Qood accommodation for boarders at reasonable rates. Commercial Travellers' House. Bath Room. Good Stabling. .Attentive Groom PHIL RYAN'S COEEBBB&OSOTCi'iatSa M©tC2, RAINBOW. CS* Only the very Best Brawls of Wine?, Spirits and Liquors kept. Celebrated Stawell Ale on Draught. First-Class Table. AI Accommodation for Hoarders. Horses and Traps on Hire. This spacious Hotel bein? situated within a stonethrow 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&VB- MOTES., AUSTIN STREET, IIOPKTOUN. FrasiSiSSss, Proprietress. A homo a way from homo. The Lea-ling Ilottl in the District. Excollcnt accommodation in every re spect. Only wine* and spirits of the best brands in sto^k. Commercial Travellers' Association ilou.-...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 5 June 1914

* A 111 General Merchants, Lascelles St., Mopetoun Have on liund fall Stoeks'of Drapery, Clothing, Boots ancl Shoes, Groceries, Provisions, Ironmongery, etc., Which Ihey sell at Lowest Prices for CASH or on TERMS. All descripHonsof Fencing Wire, and all lengths in Galvanized Corrugated . Iron," etc., on kam^' A complete list of Samples for Men's and Boys' Clothing made to measure. Fit and Sfylo guaranteed. CIVILITY & ATTENTION. Orders will be appreciated from Old and New Customers; Three WHEN YOU DRINK . KOPETOUiS 1st.—You get good Ten,. 2nd.—You are Satisfied. 3rd.—Wo are pleased. THIS IS TRUE of most Things, and it. is emphatically true of our Groceries. good tilings kappen The best) goes I »Furthest] Drapery, Clothing, Boots . Shoes. Wo have opened up our with Latest City Fashions. BEST BRANDS ONLY KEPT. Remember' the VALUES are the HIGHEST, and the PRICES the LOWEST. AU'^STM" ttootfBs, See our Millinery. No need for City Travellers. Call and see our samples for Summer We...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHEAT READY RECKONER. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 5 June 1914

■ WHEAT. READY RECKONER. Every farmer should paste this table of weights in his pocket book: Qrs. lbs. 1 equal 28 2 ' 56 <5 „" S4 4 >,V " 112 Cwfc. bl. 1 equal 1 lb 2 3 •1 f) G 7 S 9 10 1L 12 13 14 ! 44 ■r> ;ig 7 28 9 20 11 12 13 4 MSG 16 48 IS 40 [ 20 32, 22 21 24 16 26 8 Cwt bl. lb IS equal kS 29 52 16 17 18 19 31 44 . 33 36 35 28 Tons bl. lb 1 eqnal'37 20 •<. 74 40 112 149 20 - 186 40 224". ' 261 20 296 40 33G • 373 20 J: 410 40 448 dS5 . . .

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. NORMAN JENKINS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 5 June 1914

MR. NORMAN JENKINS. The death occurred at- Rainbow on Friday morning " last' oE Mr." Norman Jenkins, 33 years of age, the cause of same beftrg typhoid fever. He was in business as a saddler in that town, and was a popular and useful citizcn. lie was closely identified with the Masonic and A.N.A. lodges, Rain bow Turf Clnb, and other sporting institutions. ' He at one time lived in Beulah, where he served his ap prenticeship with Mr. A. E. Thomas, of that town. He; leaves a widow and two young children. I Mr. B. H. Jenkins, of Rainliowj is a brother of deceased.

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Obituary. MR. MURRAY FORD. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 5 June 1914

Obituary. MR. MURRAY FORD. Some time ago we published the fact that Mr. Murray Ford, soil of Mr. Robert Ford,' was VHry seriously ill. Ic is now our melancholy duty to announce that ho diotl early on Monday morning last in. a private hospital at Willaura. It, is only' a few months ago that ho was em ployed as book-keeper at the local store of Messrs.'AnstiTi;and Ford, when ho was the picture of youth and health. However, he at times developed a queer feeling in his head, and as these attacks became more frequent, he went'down to his parents, when. medical advico was sought, including two m'odical men of note in Melbourne. It looked as if none of them thoronghly under stood his ooinplaint, na ha.» Rradually became worse, until 'at .last he was; given up, .and tiie' end gradually came. The deceased, who was. not quite 20 yenrs of age, was a bright, intelligent young man,'of a cheerfnl disposition, and one who, had he lived, must have had a good future before him. . The- early demise o...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 5 June 1914

For Ohmnio Chest Complaint*, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.- Is Gd. Woods* Groat Peppormint Cure* v : r For Coughs and Coid*, never faiJs,

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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200 LADS FOR FARM WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 5 June 1914

200 LADS FOR FARM WORK. The next contingent of lads ar riving from Groat Britain for farm work will reach Melbourne by the S.S. " Makarini" about 14th June, anil the Immigration Bureau is now receiving applications from farmers or other country employers who may be needing their assistance. The lails are available at a wage of from 10s per week and keep and the Government is desirous of placing them on farms where they will have opportunities of gaining good experience: The party of 500 lails who recently arrived by the S.S. " Indrapura " have been placed in employment and farmers who may be in need of labor of this kind are ad vised^to make early ap plication to the Immigration and Labor Bureau, 555 Flinders Street, Melbourne. It will be soinb time before another large party will arrive.

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Hopetoun Coursing Club. SECOND MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 5 June 1914

Hopetoun Coursing Club. SECOND MEETING. I . . —— ! The Becond ineetjng for the sea son so far as the local club is. con cerned was held on Wedneday last,, when the stake was for an unlimited number of dogs at JEL Is each. The nominations closed with a J" baker's dozen," or in other wordn, the un lucky numbor, viz, 13. Three more entries would have made the event more.intereting aa'i't wo.uldjhave in creased the prize';moriey, saved any bye, ' and meant- only-' one ;more course. Of course—tio'pun inten ded—the meeting was hold, as all the previous ones have be'an, on the properties of Messrs. Hatoher and Hallaui, near Guyura. The pad docks are ideal for open coursing, and there aro probably, no keener en thusiasts in 'this district of this popular sport than the two gentle men mentioned. A start was made about 10.30 and when a halt was called tor lunch—provided as usual in an excellent manner by. Mr. A. Snell—eleven courses had been run in the one paddock. The three re maining runs w...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Disaster. 1,032 PERSONS PERISH. 355 SAVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 5 June 1914

Shipping Disaster. 1,032 PERSONS PERISH. 355 SAYED. A shipping disaster unparalleled since the sinking of tho White Star liner Titanic, through striking an iceberg nt*ar Cape . Race, on- the coast of Newfoundland, in April, 1912, occurred in ,the St. Lawrence River on Thursday of last week. Having stopped in the river owing to a fog, the Canadian PaciGc Rail way Company's steamer Empress of Ireland, 14,191 tons, was struck by the Norwegian collier Storstad, G02S tons,-and waS" so- badly damaged that she sank in ten minutes in 15 tathoms of water. The first intimation was theS.O.S. signal, and 'when '.it', was recfived the Government' -steamerB, Lady Evelyn and Eureka, sot,oil: at full speed for the scene of the disaster. The message from tho" telegraph office stated that there was no sign of either vessel. • Reports show that the impact ! was an appalling one.' TheEmpross of Ireland sank almost at once. She was hove to at the- time, which rendered the collison the more terrible. In ...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 5 June 1914

Somo interesting reading matter will bo found od our fourth pago. Only 4G points of rain fell locally for the month of May, and this was about the average throughout the malloe. This brings the total for tho first live months of tho year to 374 points. As tbia is a lone way behind tho ayerngo for that period, and it will havo bo rain somo .during tho remaining seven months to come up to tho average for tho year, it necessarily follows that we can reason; ably expoct a good downpour at an early dato. Tbo sooner tho bettor. The monthly meeting of tho ECarkarooc Shire Council will bo hold at tho Shiro Hall on Tuesday next. Tho adjourned annual mooting of tho Hopotoun A. and P.Socioty will be held iu tho Mechanics' Ball at 2.30 p.m. to morrow, when it is expected that thero will bo a largo attendance of members. A concert, colfoo supper and ball will bo held in tha ilopotoun West Ilall this ovening. A Song Servico entitled " Left Alone will bo held in the Baptist Church ' ou Monday oven...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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The Hopetoun Courier AND MALLEE PIONEER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 5 June 1914

ftf)e ibbpetoun Courier AND UALLEE PIONEER. POnMSUBU EVBllV"FRIDAY MORNINO. FIUDA.Y, JUNE 5, 1914. Beyond all doubt the ..Federal Parliament stands lower Jn ..public esteem.than it did. To a certain extent its fall was inevitable. No Church, no Society, no Organisation ever did, or ever , will do, all that enthusiasts expected when they founded' it. Moreover, at the out-', set, each of the States sent the ablest of its politicans to one or other'of the Commonwealth Houses." When men like Barton, Braddon, Deakin, Kingston, Playford, Hoid, and Turner were removed by pro motion to the Bench, sicklies*), death or other happening, there were no Stato members of the same calibre to take their place. Moreover, men of mark outside Parliament had be gan to realize that to spend the greater part of the year in a politi cal capital remote from their homes, means complete sacrifice of business or professional interests. But from time to time, and no tably during tlie past year the Fed eral Hous...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 5 June 1914

Rev. J. K08KING Minister of tha CONGRESATiOHAL MISSION CHURCH, Fitzroy, ficlbcurno. Sands his opinion of II FPfiTS IPlis a life! ball a Tf® MI I taltj " I Ivas recommended to try Clements Tonic. I was completely run down, suffered from nervous prostraiion, with insomnia and severe headaches. I had spent much money on medicines to no purpose. " One bottle put me right and was worth its weight in sold. a '' I recommend this medi cine strongly. ( Signed) JOHN HOSKING." The Rev. J. HOSKING. D.D.. is known as an earnest church worker, and hia testimony to CLEMENTSTONIC was sent for the good it might do, This medicine is ccrtain in ils effects on run down or irritated nerves, and quickly relieves Biliousness, Weakness, Loss of ileep, Poor Appetite, Constipation and Indigestion. ALL CHEMISTS end STORES SELL iT, . Duncan Stewart, 5B35fija»H>cr <& rS?£2a§2£BafcSa, Toole Street, Hopetoun. TANKS & BATHS. Windmills. Plumbing of Every Description Done in a workmanli...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hopetoun Methodist Sunday School Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 5 June 1914

Hopetoun Methodist Sunday School Anniversary. Tho above look place on Sunday and Wednesday lust and were most successful events: On Sunday, the Rev. W. Hobbs occupied the pulpit morning and evening, and in the afternoon Mr. D. Trainor conducted the service. During the day the attendance was somewhat sparse, but in the evening the church was well filled. The sermons preached were most suitable to the occasion, whilst special singing was rendered by the children. The tea-meeting, concert and dis tribution of prizes took place on Wednesday evening, the attendance was fairly large, but a counter attraction, namely a picture show, greatly interfered with it. How ever, a largo number attended the tea-meeting,vwho did not stay to the after-meeting. Tea was laid on the tables about 5.?0 o'clock and was attended to by the school teachers and other ladies. The edibles were choice and the supply plentiful. The tables being cleared, the concert and distribution of prizes took piaco. " ' Mr. W. ...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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POLICE MAGISTRATE'S COURTS. W. G. SMITH, POLICE MAGISTRATE [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 5 June 1914

POLICE MAGISTRATE'S COURTS. w. g. Smith, Police magistrate Hopetonn:—11 a.m. Tuesdays. ■ May 12, 2G. Juno 9, 23. Birchip—10 a.m. Mondays. Every Monday throughout the "lalf-year. Beulah—10 a.m. Thursdays. May 14, 28. June 11, 2;"). Warracknabeal—11 a.m. Wednesday. May 13, 27. June 10, 24.. Ouyen—10 a.m. Wednesdays, May 6,20. June 3,17. Wooinetang—10 a.m. -Thursdays. Juno 4. Murrayville—2.30 p.m. Thursdays. May 21. June 18.

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Country Telephones. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 5 June 1914

Country Telephones. The Chief Electrical Engineer of the Central Administration Staff of the Postmaster-Goneral'd Departs ment, has made the following state ment It appears to be the impres sion in parts of Australia that the I'ost and Telegraph Department will not allow would-be telephone users to erect their own lines. The De- i pariment does allow people lo erect telephone lines for themselves. In deed, it would appear to be impos sible for the Department to do otherwise in many country districts. It has been said by some farmers that they do not know anything at nil about electricity, and therefore cannot erect a telephone line. To erect a telephone lino does not re quire any more expert knowledge nor is it any more difficult than to biiiltl a wire fence. It may be taken, as true in 99 per cent,of_.cases that telephone lines in country districts can be orected more economically by tho Viser than by the Department, l'ur the user knows the country, knows whero timber can be ob tai...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 12 June 1914

NURSES of Large Experience Recommend EiWiilte to tJaeis* Patients. \ NURSE CATHERINE KORTINC ■■•f 176 Davis Sire;t, Brunswick; Vic., v/rilcs as follov/i (25/2/12) : CLEMENTS TOKIC LTD. " I am writing cbont the Rcroustof good CLEMENTS TOKIC lias clouc my daugh ter. In Jannary fast year, she was operated upon for appendicitis. She was oiglat v.'ccks in the hospital, and came home very weak and rundown. I gave her several bellies ot Clements Tonic. It soon strengthened her nerves, she was as we'.i as I eoulu wish her before long. Fourteen years ago I first used ibis medicine es a nurse sud have recommended it times out of number. I have seen people res iored la health and strength, tnd blets the day they heard of it. It Jailed to do good. CATHERINE KORTiHG." Never tic without this lucrlicute il n down, witli \Ve:ik Nerve*. i':u! I'OOI ApiiitUe or Conslipa'.iun, 11 J'J human system in order r: pl(1 ALL CHEMISTS A STORES SELL IT. % Duncan Stewart, S^hessSpl'S' <& 'JTaB...

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