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Federal Issues. GROUND OF BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 June 1914
Federal Issues. ground of battle. 16 is a pity that the Federal Parii;tmerit should duvote some of us lust hours to discussionof a sort calculated to cloud the real issues on . whioii the oleetnrs are to pro nounce in two or throo months. Lot it Im admitted that theru is possibility of honest difference of opinion ag to the interpretation of clause f)7. More than that, let it bo granted that Messrs. Irvine and Hughes do honestly differ a3 to tho meaning 0f its words, still tho Governor-General has studied thj constitution and has decided in acconUnco with his reading of tho 3lause. Every Australian who gives a thought to federal matters knows that the two Test Bills were submitted with a definite purpo3° (hat party leaders wrangled as to liow Ilia Excellency wouUlaet, that, let him do what ho would, he was bound to set aside the reasoning of th"i present Attorney-Gsneral or his predecessor in office. Whether tho Governor-General was right or was wronjj is a point students of the Con...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 June 1914
Notices. Hopetoun Methodist Church. Rev. John Thomas, , B. A., PRESIDENT OF VICTORIAN AND TASMANIAN CONFERENCE, Will visit Hopetoun on Saturday after--1 noon, JUNE 20, whoa a Reception and Afternoon Tea will I'o nivou in tho Methodist Church at 3 o'clock. AH Friends Cordially Invited. No Futku nced'-d. Hopetoun Mechanics' Hall. Social Dance. Wednesday, June'24, 1S14. LADIES' BASKET NIGHT. A Gond Time Promised. CENTLEME.V. 2s 6d. It. DX'.iT, Hon. Sec. fpT" Football, Hopetoun v. Brim. To-morrow, Jane 29. Special Train Will Loavo Ilopotoun at 1.30 p.m. Holiday Excursion Fares. M.U. WAI.CH. Hon. Soc. National Dancing Classes Wlfjli OPEN IN IIOPETOUN Tuesday, June 2, 1914. INSTRUCTRESS— MISS JESSIE M. THORNE Pupil o£ Pipe Major A. B. Murray, of Adelaide. .f, ISS JESSIE TtioIUvE li ii been it'JL successful in every competition en tered for, and Uor pupils 1) ivu always carried off tho loading i>riy.i?s in tho Juvenile competitions. The cliildron are also mined for Juvenile Entertainmen...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 June 1914
0 II 0 ii 0 M SERVICES. The following are tlie services for Smi'luv next:— ■ Church of England.— ITopetonn, 11, linpctcun Wist, 2.!)it, Beulah, 7.30, He v. K, 0. W. Fk'ischer. Metiin>lUt.— Hopotmin,. 11 and 7, H«>v, W. Hobbs; Liosebery, 11. Mr. Donnaii ; Iio;>t?v.ile, 3, Rev. W. Hobbs. i'ifjj!>Ttol:;in.—IIopotonhi.7.
HOPETOUN TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 June 1914
IIOPETOUM TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. . Tho following subscribers are connected with the local telephone exchange :— 1. J. Poulton and Sons, farmers. 2. Oust and Son, shop & residence . S. Dennys, Lascelles, Ltd., auc tioneers. I 4. Hnf Bros., farmers. 5. C. G. Carter, implement matec 6. Shire Hall. 7. A. Snell, baker, etc. 8. S. J. Webster, newsagent, etc. 9. Miss Brown, Commercial Hotel 10. Matthams & Ackland, "Hope toun Courier." 11. Water Commission Office. 12. W. A. Hallatn, farmer. IB. Purmewan, Wright & Co. 1-1. Klectric Light Power Hoaso 15. Franklin's Club Hotel 10. A. G. Downey, police station. 17 Al. 0. R. M'Karlune, farmer" 17 a2; A. O'Loughlin, farmer 17 a:*.. Clias. Poultou, farmer 17 Al. Balfour & Mayne, farmers j 17 AD. M. Giles, farmer
TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 19 June 1914
TO OUR READERS. Very often an interesting item may come under your notice. You may witness fome occurrence which may be of general interest to the . public. We invito you to sent! it along, written in a eliorty oilsp • Style, the crisper the better. |jpThe editor will carefully pernso all communications sent, whether they be in political, social, or other form, anil they will be treated ns Btrictly confidential. All items must,however, be well authenticated, and from a reliable source. All communications will be acknow ledged in tho correspondence columns. Newspaper clippings are well ac ceptable, and facts about people, such as deaths, marriages, social events, etc. Please write on one side of the paper.
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 26 June 1914
u I I U l i 0 tl S 13 R V IG E S . The following art; tiie services for Sunday next:— Church of England.— Beulah, 11, Rosebery, 3, Llopetoun, 7.30., Ho v. Fli-iaohur. Methodist.— ILipntonn. II, Mr. Wubster,' 7, lli-v. W. Ilobbs ; Uose bery, 11, Rev. W. Hobbs, 7.30., Mr. Trainor; Ilopetoim East, 3, Mr. Webster. Baptist.—Hopotonn, 3, Ilopetoun West, 7, Pastor Ilavdeastle.
ROSEBERY v. BEULAH. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 26 June 1914
KOSKBSItY v. DICULAU. Tho above toam3 met for the first time this season on Saturday hist :it liosebery, when there was a good crowd proa-Jilt to witness a w*ll-fotight out uamo. Tho weather conditions were all right, and the gasno was interesting right up to iho final bell. Beululi were tho ag gressors at tho start and thoy kept Kosebory !msy defending. They had L goal )5 b^hinds registered to 1 behind when \Y. Matthews marked simultaneously wiih tho quarter time bell ringing. He had his kick, which was a sixer, the game stand ing— Bt'iUali 1 goal ;5 bohinds. Ro sober y 1 gr«l 1 bjhiud, Tho (loxt term the g.nne was gene rail}' pretty even, the ball travelling all over the ground, liach side in creased its score by a couple of goais as whII 113 some minor points. At half time tho scores were — Beulah ij goals 8 ln-hinda. liosebeiy vi goals 2 buhinds, The third c)Uirter wis the visitors, as they a 11^1 «>n 2 gods L Ivhinds to two point? r.'giat.ii-ed by Buulah, a ml with one quart...
Beulah. Illness. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 26 June 1914
E2©wS»la. rmoa ovr own correspondsxt ) Illness. Mr. Allan Dorm;!!') is s'.i'il very ill. When iti A&lt;loJ:ti&lt;Io recently, the best medical iulvii!'! was obtuia--.f. liiit without bellelicial result. Si:i •C'*r« sympathy is felt for him i.t his long anil serious ilines-;. Mr. Tmsoott Morley, who for ih ■ mst two months hits been eo •!) ietl to his bed with an attack of riieu jnatio ffVftr,is now able to get -.•.bout. Mr.4. Giiivell, of Rosehory Kts', w is brought in to 15 -u :t'i iani ' Tuesday for medical art-.-nti;»-i. l)r. j Morgan pronounce-.! th it nho Ii.h muscular rheumatism ;m;l sun was sent to the Warntekiuibeal Hospital. I Drain Ke-;:raile.l. The K.u'karooc Council Lis j'.i.s'. : C >oipIete&lt;l a very n-ce-sary piece oi' j work in Taverm'r street. for soai" ' "(iijio past. complaint has been ; i>ytho.'e living in tin; vicinity, that I inn brick guM.tr i.i portion of t a is.! Htrei't, was c.-mairuete-.l in fa.-!i a 1 v.'ay, that drainage uo...
Growing Sorghum. IT'S VALUE AS HAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 26 June 1914
Growing Sorghum. IT'.S YAl.Uii AS D AY. At n row? it cvif.'Viv.icf) of branch l»m;s*:tus of agriculture) i;i S;inth Aus tralia, .M.". ('. H. Bilks said there was in) doubt i-i.it sarghtiai would In; 111 >ri! largely grown in suitable plte-'s, such as river flats and low lying hiii'l, and as a chance crop on ordinary whoa! growing Ian.I if it were gen-Tally recognised th.it the crop con 11 bo profitably cut, stocked a.i I cure 1. Th it suoli id the case is proved b.'ytvi'l doubt by actual experience. What the feeding value i-f l.ho chut actudly is can only bo detoi mined by usu an J an alysis Ho. exhibited a sample from a cio-jj of diree a.vos grow a under i r rigatio a (one II aiding) jusi after the' crop was so'."vi). I; grew to a height of six t'.'.'l', ail 1 not l'ecei ving Knottier watering. profusely, •in i at the sau: tim«i was renurk.i l>!y «roi;a down to tho bottom -oi tho sta! ks. A? this Stage the binder was pat into it. It wasi cut and stooked am! loft for four or f...
HOPETOUN v BRIM. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 26 June 1914
uorirroi'x v lutnr. The Hopetoun team, with a fair number of followers, visited Brim on Saturday, when they wero most decisively defeated, although (he .game wan not as one sided as tho adores would indicate. The " Her ald " reports the match as follows : —First quarter, Brim, 1. 2; Hope ioun, 1.2. Hi»co;id quarter, Bam ij. 2 ; Jiopeiuiin, 2 behinds. Third quarter, Brim, 2. ii; liopotoun, 2 behinds, Fourth quarter, Brim.ii. f>; Hopetoun, 2. 2. Total, Brim U. 12 ; Iiopetoui), 8. All iho Brim boy.-) ulayed a splendid game. There are. Live promising lads in the team, viz., J. Brennan, 0. Wardle, A. .Jones, F. Goad, and Marks, while Dargatz, a young player and a newcomer, itj a welcome addition. If these all con tinue as they have begun, they will be more than equal to the seniors by the end of the season. The goal kiekers were Bickers, G. Wardle (1), Maries (2), (Jrisp, and .Murphy. Logan captained tuo Ilopetoun team, and Bickers the home one. Logan ScLiickerling, Dart, Tonkin, Whit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 26 June 1914
(SI 0 eneral Merchants, Lasceiles St., Hopetoun II'ivo on hand full Stocks of Drapery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Provisions, Ironmongery, etc., Which they sell at Lowest Prices for CASH or on TEEMS. All descriptions of Fencing Wire, and all lengths in Galvanized Corrugated Iron, etc., on hand. A complete list of Samples for Men's and Boys' Clothing made to measure. Fit and Style guaranteed. CIVILITY & ATTENTION. Orders will be appreciated from Old and New Customers. Three .good ffS HOPETOUN 1st.—You get. good Tea. 2nd.—You are Satisfied. 3rd.—"We are pleased. YOU DRINK BLEiSTD TEA. THIS IS TRUE of most Things, TilC bCSt. and it is emphatically true gOCS of oiiv Groceries. BEST BRANDS ONLY KEPT. Remember the VALUES are the HIGHEST, and the PRICES iho LOWEST. Drapery, Clothing, Boots Shoes. We have opened up our AHT'Il 575JT5S" ©rWOfilS, with Latest City Fashions. See our Millinery. No need for City Travellers. —— Call and see our samples for Summer Wear. One Trial...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 26 June 1914
SEWS AIU UTOTSS. Sinco the inception of Methods in MiWimi, 27 years ago. the cau«e hin made steady and coniinuons progress. The first services were held in a hark hut erected bj the pioneer minister. i'lls Vk,IB °" lowed by a more commodious structure of weatherboard, lij the magic pownr of water, Mildu-a grow rapidly, on&lt;l Mctliodum shared in this remarkable proi>r«sH. In 1912 a handsome church, which is a novelty in ecclesiastical archi tecture, was erected toeommemoutG tho semi-jubiloo of the cause. A fino Sunday School was also built, the total cost being £o;>00. Some of tho farmers in the Warracknabeal d strict arc short of water. Tho eunply from Lake Lonsdale ha3 not yet reached then holdings, and tho weather leing exceptionally' dry, they are being put to a gre»t deal of inconvenience in watering stock. At C.mnvun Sonth,' as well as along other, channels, farmers are getting im patient wailing for the water to arrive. When ho was in AYarrack nabeal recently t...
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 26 June 1914
MAKE iTOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. Concerning some parts of the dis trict news comes but seldom. This, is not entirely onr fault; we have, no miraculous power of knowing what is happening at all tho places within onr area of circulation. It is (ho fault of residents 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, death*, 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 in look atter those trifles. The ban-st skeleton is enough. Write only on one side of tlx paper. Give information • but let criticism alone. Write yonr name and address* on same corner—not for publication, but to~prove good faith.
Methodist Church. VISIT OF REV. THOMAS, B.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 26 June 1914
Methodist Church. VISIT OF 11HV. THOMAS, I}.A. A Reception held nt 1,10 Hopetoun Methodist Church on Saturday afternoon lust, tho occasion being a bi ieC visit from tho Presi dent of tho .Australian and Tas manian Methodist Confidence, the Rev. John Thomas, J3.A. _ The notice given was very brief as it was only arranged on Thursday that the President was omibUul to visit Hopetoun through the kindness of Alessra. J. W. Oust ami C. G. Carter, oE Beulah and Hopetoun respec lively^ who undertook to convoy him from and to Beulah by motor, the President only had nine days at his disposal in visiting the various circuits in tho Wimmera district, there being sixteen circuits, some of course, having to bo left out. A'", though tho notice was short a very | lurgo number of people representing all tha churches of the town gathered, anJ a very interesting time was spent. The cliair was oc cupied by the Rev. W. Hobbs, and the proceedings opened with hymn and prayer. Then, in a few brief remarks,...
TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 26 June 1914
TO OUR -READERS. Very often an interesting item fi may come under your notice. You a may witness some occurrence which | may be of general interest to the 8 . public. We invite you to send it | along, written in a • short, crisp S Style, the ciisperthe better. | The editor will carefully peruse | all communications sent, whether | "they be in political, social, or other § form, and they will be treated as 8 strictly confidential. All items § must, however, be well authenticated, | and from a reliable source. All | communications will be acknow- f ledged in the correspondence 8 columns. g Newspaper clippings are well ac- jj ceptable, and facts about people, j? such as deaths, marriages, social § events, etc. a Please write on one side of the | paper. | - ■■ - - - ■= 3
DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 26 June 1914
DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. Nistimnk, September 16 andl If, -.■Hupaiiyup, September IS. Horshnm, Ocfobtr 1 and 2. Minyip, October (J. Nlrill, October 7. Wiirrackna'ieai, October 9, Bonluh, October li5. IMmboola, October 14. Hopetoun October 16, Stawell, October 16. Juparit, October 20. Mnrtoa, October 21. liainbow, October 2J.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 26 June 1914
at 0™ALQUACKS m vory no mar, v-/ ons m this country. Tliey travel we lk ii'nT0 m° ■°t,ise prGy'nS upon th% weak and olil with promises of mnrvoU J'';'!? ° ;l." kJ&lt;>l* &lt;>f " e.vo troubles," lens " I,atontcd ' f;im°us fictitious /jarzjofj Prom time to timo I bavo tried in warn you. Optical Fakers are in th? emintry every week. l?oliab!o mend' ^rom !,onso to house. Ifyorr Set • bit you will hnvo no ono to bin mo hut yourselt. In addition to the swindi liiii; done by such snifters, the harm and mat"dCS ^ SB" c:lni)ufc '30 ovop^espij riie people should consider carefull» the reputation and honesty of the ujan whom thoy entrust with their eyes. I visit your town every six weeks ami Ji-.ld consultations at the Commercial -I '1° ",ot canvass from house ta house. Professional men do not do tbkt sort of thing. My visit to your district will be duly announced, • • / §. B. Abotoiney,. Fellow Spencer Optical Institute, ' . follow \ letonan Optical Association, Sight S...
The Borung Seat. MR. HUTCHINSON TO BE OPPOSED. MR. GEORGE CLYNE SELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 26 June 1914
The Borung Seat. Mil. IIUTOillX^'N" TO RE OPPOSED Mil. G'COItUIi CI,VXI3 SELECTED. At a meeting 0f delegates from different parts of H'e Honing electorate, held at VOombe's hall on Wedneslay al'tonioon of last wot:It. for tho >mrpi'.st* of consider ing tho advisability of bringing forward a candidate in opposition to tlie sitting member, tho lion. Win. Hutchinson, it was resolved to nominate Mr. George Glyno, farmer, of Warracknabeal, for that pnr/jusMr. Civil'', who was present, signified his willingness to stand in tin* Liberal interests, with special regard to country and farm in:; rcijnii enients, which he felt had been uilb'd with in th« past. If returned to Parliament, ho wouid pledge himself to support measures, not men, and iu> Oovw-ntnoni would : •jet bis support unless it proved ilr'elf in ucoonl will) the wishes of ; the County I'''1 ty in the Assembly. The nieeiiiii.' w:is very enthusiastic, j a:id after pli-.duinjj itself to use every ] legilimalti ril »'t to secu...