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Karkarooc Shire Council. HOPETOUN. TUESDAY, JUNE 9. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 12 June 1914
Karkarooc Shire Council. IIopetoux, Tuesday, Juxe 9. Present—Crs. 0.'Marshman (pre sident), Learmonth, Iiagaatt,"'Allah, A. Marshman. Roberts', O'Louijhlin, .■Hatchor, Gove, Puulton, Turriff and Morley. The miniites of tlio; previous meeting as printed and circulated, were confirmed on the motion of Crs. Turriff and A. Marshuian. The outgoing correspondence was approved on the motion of Crs, Tuiriff and Mot ley. CORRESPONDENCE. 281). From Public Works Depart-. " jnont, .Melbourne, asking; that Shackles insulators receive attention nt Beuliili.—Received. 2S7. From Railway Department Melbourne, stating that suggestions, re stock being carried on passenger "trains to Hopetoun will be referred for report: —Received. 288. From same, staling, that Hopetoun railway station will be connected by 'phone.—Received. '• 289. From same, re site for weigh bridge at Yaapeet, stating that the matter has been referred for report. —Received. 290. From J. Gray, M.L.A., Mel bourne, re arrangements for d...
SECRETARY AND COLLECTOR'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 12 June 1914
skcrbtary- and collkctou's report. Gentlemen,—I. have the honor to reports Amount collected from 8/5/14 to 4/6/14— Rates (current) £281 1 0 Rates (arrears) 1H 11 6 Kates (extra) current. 71 10 3 Rates (extra) arrears 4 9 .3 Interest on rates 2 1 0 Sanitary Pans 2 11 0 Weighbridges 27 12 9 Pounds . 0 0 9 . Gun Licence 0 1 0 Pan Fees 59 13; 0 Miscellaneous 10 I 0 Deposits 32 10 0 £505 2 6 Rates Outstanding.' Oontral Hiding. Current Arrears Extra Ex. Ar. & '«. &lt;3. £• s. d. £. 8. d. ' JE. s. d. 85 6 0 0 0 0 26 6 G 0 0 0 North Biding. 601 4., 0.240 ;P 0.125 13 9.-41.10. 01 .South iHiding. 7 101 0' 0/ 3-2.17 3, 50 18 6 .11 17" G' West Riding. 102 19 0 45 4 0 790 9 0 318 10 3 202 18 9 53 13 6 Total Rates owing 4|0| 14— Current . i'790 9 0 Arrears 318 10 3 Extra 202 18 9 Extra Arroars 53 13 0 £1365 U G Financial Position of. Ridings at' 4/6/14, as per Cash Book. General Account. Central Riding Or. £622 11* i North Riding Or. 805 IS 10 South Riding, Or. 215 10 6 West Ridin...
Hopetoun A. and P. Society. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 12 June 1914
Hopetoun A. and P. Society. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual mooting of the above society was held at the Mechanic* ! Hall on . Siitur«Iay afternoon last, when there were present: —Mr. 1. Hatcher (president), Messrs. CJ. Ponlton, Richards, Gulliver, W.K Ponlton, O'Loiighlin, Chamberlain, G. Price, Oust, M'DonaUl, Collins, Down, N. Kidman, Carter, M'Mullin, Davidson, Putland, T. Robins and Ackland (secretary). . . The minutes of the previous j ordinary and annual meetings were confirmed on the motion of Messrs. W. E. Ponlton and Carter. COHRU3POSD13XCB. From Chief Veterinary Officer, re datoa of stallion parados, Re ceived. From Director- of Agriculture, stating Unit. ii"Mi-cture on " Un-, soundness in Horses" wonld" bo i given on Jnne 4, arid on July 30 Mr. T. A. J. Smith would lecture ou " Cultivation Methods and Management."—Received. From J. B. Clark, Benalla, re stand for a iloss machine at the show.—Granted under usual con ditions. From Royal Agricultural Society, asking if this soci...
The [?]petoun Courier AND MALLEE PIONEER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 12 June 1914
Zbe Tbopetoun (Soulier AND MALLEE.PIONEER. •;'rUI*Ma»«.«3!#RVBK* ;FatOAY MOUNINO. Fill DAY, JUNK 12, 1914. Tho weather coutiiiues" very dry for the lime of year, and the effect has been -most noticeable on tho grass, Tho early sown erop3 are looking nil right, but a good downpour is needed for tho late sown ones. In somo instances a portion of the seed has malted. On Friday last wo issued au " extraor dinary " from this oilico stating that tho Governor-Oeiier il had agreed to the ro quost o£ tho Primo Minister (Mr. J. Cook) and grantod~a double dissolution of the Federal Purliamont. This will mean that both IIousos will bo dissolved and a general election will take placo. It isox pocted that tho election will not be hold until about thrco months' timo. Mr. G. Heslop, B.V, Sc., delivered n highly interesting lecture in tho Me chanics' Uall last night week, the sub ject being "Unsoundness in Horses." Tho lecturer is a veterinary officer of tho Department oE Agriculture, and tho lectur...
Concert at Hopetoun West [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 12 June 1914
Concert at Hopetoun West . The above took place 111 thellopp toun West Hall on Frid iy evening last. There is still a debt ot ap proximately £7S on the building ami with a view of reducing this amount-the above w.is held. The promoters (with Mr. f). Vivian as hou secretary) should be gratified with the success which attended th?ir efforts, the proceeds amounting ' to about £11. The chair was occupied by Mr. W. Richards and the fol lowing are the nam?s of those who contributed towards the programme: —Messrs. Wuatell, A. Mitchell, S. Poulton, S. King, Mrs. Stewart a:id Misses B. llowney, Pearse and Stevens. The school children iridor Miss Opie's tuition also rendered a number of items. A. coffee snpper was then partaken of after which dancing was indulged in until the wee stria' hours. It is the intention to hold another of thfso . cnjoj*able evenings at ain early dato.
Arbor Day at Wirrbibial. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 12 June 1914
Arbor Day at Wirrbibial. (FROM OUR OWS COttRESPOSDSJfT ) Arbor D.iy was celobrated at the Wirrbibial State School on Friday, June 5th, according to Departmental instructions, but which is usually the case every year, the trees ap plied for did not arrive. As all ar rangements bad been mado for a gathering, xvo would have been sadly disappointed had not Mrs. Whitehead very kindly come to the rescue with a supply of acaciaa. pep pers and almonds. At about 2.30 p.m. there was an assembly of par ents and friends. A short pro gramme of songs and recitations was rendered by thft scholars, and a very appropriate address on trees was giveil by the Rev. W. Flobbs. After the tree pi lilting arrangements had been completed, afternoon tea was provided and the display of good things, and the rapidity with which they vanished, bore uinp'e testimony to the excrllent cooking abilities of the district ladies. Al together a very enjoyable time wis spent, and much thanks is due to all those who s;>...
NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 June 1914
NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTIONS. The following are the decisions of | various .courts on the .subject;— J 1. Subscribers who do not give i express notice to the contrary cue considered aa intending to renew the subscriptions. 2. If subscribers order the discon tinuance of their newspaper, the publisher may continue to send ifc 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 their papers to bo discontinued. 4. If subscribers movo to other places without informing the pub lisher, and the papers are sent to tho former address, such subscribers are held responsible | i\fr. Roolr, proprietor of the Mount j Gambler Hotel. S.A.., Ins promiapd ! &lt;i donation of ijlOd to the winner i>f i the Mount Gmibk-r district prenik-r sbip fur a trip ti> Melbiinrn" at 111- , end of the season. Thai's lii propar sort of " route " to have in a ...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 June 1914
M3EW3 Mias Snell, tho famous Gippslnnd giantess, who weighed,30 stone, died the other (.lay at tho age of -10 jo-irs. With h«r sister, who w&lt;>:gh&lt;'d 28 B'.ono, they toured the suite oa show for m.uiy yoars. Wo take the following from tho " Horsham Times" " Li.G.M." writes -.—I would iiko you to put the following line in your paper : A record was put up ou '^e [June at Drung Drting, on Mr. I'. | Mason's farm, when .Mr. E. Donovan, Mr. Mason's understudy, drilled with one* 15-hoe M'Uonniclt drill and two teams of horses,-iii acres in one day." Wo have not the smallest objection to putting this record in our paper. It puts up brand new figures for the cias3 of work, and puts the seal on Air. Mason's under study as the champion drill-man ii> the world. The best up to date, as : far as we have knowledge of for on'e mau and two burstis is some thing under 20 acres for a day, anil for the reason that there are no better figures on the records, we have much pleas...
Telephone Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 June 1914
Telephone Rates. The following are the telephone rates from Ilopetonn to various centres :— a -g .3 J3 CO B •- 3 % "w. ' Z « Hi Ilopetonn to —. : . r. i), a. Antwerp 73} 10 0 Arlroria 78 14 1 IJoulah 10 ' 0 2 o Brim 25 J 0 4 0 Cororoby G3J .10 0 Dimboola 85 14 1 Galaauil Rail 10 0-2 0 Goroke 1301 I "10 1 Gyinbowen I2.1t I 10 1 Horsham 1071 1 10. 1 Joparit 611 1.0 0 Jung 76} 14 10 Kntyil 80 14 10 Konmaro 32 0 0 0 5 Lah 2ni 0 4 0 3 Lnbook 8'1} 14 1 0 Mollis 38} 0 8 0 G • Minjip 56} 10-09 MitroLakoS'th 1121 1 10 1 4 Murtoa GO} 1 0 0 9 Nafciniiik 10.11 1 10 14 Nuliiin 48} 0 8 0 0 Pimpinio 97 1 4 10 (iuiintong 42} 0 8 0 G llosobory 8i 0 2 .02 llainbow 42J 0 8 0 6 filioop Hills -181 0 8 0 6 Stawoll 103} 1 10 14 Tarnmyiirk 07} 10 09 Yoctis liusfc -951 14. 1 o Wafraclcnaboal 38} 0 8 0 6 Willenabrina 39 0 8 0 6
Simple Horse Remedies. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 June 1914
Simple Horse Remedies. Many fanners, although beeping a number of horses, &lt;io not know the simplest remedies for &lt;the ail ments I be horse in heir to. Flatu lence, or colic, with a welling, is quickly relieved by a drench of suit water (which will only take a certain amount of salt), followed by a geutle exercise. This will force tfio gas out, and the patient will soon bo relieved. Colic without swelling, but with cramp of the bowels, needs two teaopoonfuls of baking soda, two teaspoonfuls of ground ginger, two teaspoonfuls of turpentine, and two teaspoonfuls of laudanum, and a little warm milk. For a purgative, dose a ball of 3 dr. of Barbadoes aloes and a littloginger moistened water. Wrap tho mixture in two long-shaped parcels, and thrust with the hand well into the back of tho throat. This does not sicken a horse as oil does. Feed on bran mashes only beforo dosing. In tho case of a horse purging badly, give threo teaspoonfulls of laudanum in milk. In slight...
Federal Elections. NECESSITY FOR ENROLMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 June 1914
Federal Elections!. NECESSITY FOR ENROLMENT. . In view of the approach of a general election for both Houses of tho Federal Parliament, it believes all eligible persons to see to.their enrolment as speedily as possible. Every man anil woman not under 21 years of ago, whether married orunmarried, who is a natural born subject, and have lived in Aus tralia for some period of his or her Jife for at least six month3 continu ously, anil has lived in a subdivision of a Federal electorate for a month at the time tho claim is made, is entitled to a vote. Every person so qnalifiad who fails to apply for enrolment is liable to a penalty. The necessary forms may be ob tained without foe on application to any postmaster, Commonwealth electoral ..registrar, or Common wealth returning officer. Similar notion" ia also/nododsat-y ■when an elector changes his or hor addr.099, but does not move outside the subdivision ; when an elector dosirocs to correct any error in his or her enrolment, or where a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 June 1914
r i -? « \h. Aistnramnm-r General. Merchants, ■ Lasceiles St., Hopeioun Rave on hand full Stocks of Drapery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Provisions, Ironmongery, etc., Wbich they sell at Lowest Prices for CASH or on TERMS. All descriptions of Fencing Wire, and all lengths in Galvauized Corrugated Iron, etc., on band. A complete list of Samples for Man's and Boys' Clothing made to measure. Fit and Stylo guaranteed. CIVILITY & ATTENTION. Orders will be appreciated from Old and New .Customers. dEhree good things ihappeii WHEN "YOU DRINK ' HOPETOUN BLEND TEA. 1st.—You get good Ten. 2nd..—You are Satisfied. 3rd.—We are pleased. The best/ goes THIS IS TRUE Things, . and it is emi)hatically true of our Groceries. 1» Furthest Bli-ST BltANDS ONLY KEPT. Hem ember Drapery, Clothing, Boots Shoes. (lie VALUES are the HIGHEST, and the'PRICES the LOWEST. k We have oponednp our uSlHJ® IS" _ C&lt;S55!>'&lt;3§, ;— with Latest City Fashions. " See our Millinery. No...
Beulah. School Improvement. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 June 1914
12 era! a.i:2. (PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT ) School Improvement. The Beulah Stato School, which La somewhat out of date for such an important centre, 13 to bo entirely re-modelled within tho next six months. The Director of Education, Mr. Frank Tate, visited tnat town the other;day, and he gave the com mittee a definite promise in the matter. Committed for Trial. In connection with the recent robbery at Mr. W. F. Allan's store, one of the men arrested, Arthur Wilson, ha3 been committed to stand his trial at Warracknaboal on July 17tb. The other man, Jainea Aus tin, was discharged. Telephone Service. Wo expect to havo a day and night service at Boulah cotttm't'riciug from July 1. This is a very forward step, and *will prove a great con venience. On Leave. Tho Rev. Eldrigdo and family are awn3- for a month or so. Mr. Eld rigdo has, owing to sickness and be reavement in the family, had a tem porary nervous breakdown, ami it is hoped that the rest will completely restore him, Departure....
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT, KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 June 1914
MAKE fOUR DISTRICT, KN.OWN. Concerning sonic parts of the dis trict news comes but -seldom. This is not entirely our fault; we have 110 miraculous power of knowing what is happening; at nil the places within-onr uvea of circulation. It is the fault of resiilunts in the silent places. Will some man or woman take the 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, such 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 the editor's work to look sitter those trifles. The barest ^skeleton is enough. Write- only on one side of the paper. - Giveinformation ; but let criticism alone. Write your name and address on same corner—not for publication, but to prove good fitith.
The Senate Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 June 1914
The Senate Candidates. The following are the Victorian Senate candidates:— Liberal. Mr. J. Hnino Cook. Mr. W. II. Edgar. Senator J. H. M'Coll. Mr. W. J. M'Lean. Mr. S. Miiimer. Mr, \V. A. Trenwith. Labor. Senator Barker. Senator Barnes. Senator Blakey. Senator Fi»»dley. Mr. A. N. M'Kissockv Senator Russell, The French Derby run on Sunday \va3 won by Sardanaplo. The favorite, Dunbar II, did dot rilu into a place.
DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 June 1914
DISTRICT. AGRICULTURAL' SllOW-S. jSfy.ii?! v 15 and 17 _ r.«.i«..»n>in.rrni»-ji I. ■ I. inn.. '&lt;*Trr ■ Iioi'shuu), October 1 and 2. Ocfolit'i* 6. Nljili, Oe:fii)i-r 7. .Warrsickna'ioal, Ootober 9. .■ Bciiluli,Oefobw 13. " Dimboola, Qcrober ,1-L IIo]iotonn October l(j. Stavvpll, October 1(). Ji'purit, October 20. ■ " ■Murton, October 21. Rainbow, October 23.
THE CLUB TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 June 1914
TIIE CLUB TROI'IIY. The ladies played tlie second of the two ganvts for the club trophy on Wednesday, and the final result was a tio between Mi s. Aeldand and Miss R. Jenkins. The scores for the two days' play ol : 11 holes were :— Gross. Hep. Kelt Mrs. Aok-Inti'l 133 9 124 Miss 11. .Tonkins i:« 9 124 Miss W'liitelu-.ul li:i 9 134 Mrs. Fniiililiii 115 7 1 :!-S Miss V. Whitehead Ho 20 145 Miss O'Brien • IG7 18 ll'J The men had a game on (ho same afternoon, the result hi*i hit :— G rnss Hop. Nett, V. Topper 85 3 82 A. Marx 98 14 84 Cr. Dixon 87 2 So 11: I'uthuul 9« 12 87 1. Hllisou as 10 83 G. Jl.-iir 8 90 H. B. Down 101 14 90 T. M'Mnllin 95 4 HI 0. Roberts 110 18 92 K. Joniwr 119 22 97 H. F. M'Nuh 103 0 9D J. 11. Bootlmy 125 •20 105 E. W. Ivory 144 ■>> 122 The local team—ladiosatid gentle-, men—are "oi ng to invndtj l)i>u!ali on Wednesday next, and it is under stood that the Beulah golfers are determined to avenge tho-defeat of last week. The visitors are going to give them ...