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WEST ALBERTON SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 25 February 1914

' WEST ALLiKRTON SPORTS. The committee appointed to uiako arrangements for tlie West Alberton Easter Monday sports met on Saturday evening. The programmo will be on similar lines to last year, with the ex ception that the 220yd. raco was struck out, aud two pony races were added. Improvements to the reserve were dis cussed. A track is to be prepared, and wl.at is done towards buildings will be of a permanent nature.

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WONWRON SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 25 February 1914

WONWRON SPORTS. A well attended moating was held at tlic Wonwron liull on Saturday night, Mr. D. Sutherland presiding. Messrs. W. Uouiuly, Syd. Wheildon and G. Nawtey were added to the committee. Satisfactory entries were announced by ihe secretary, which have been passed on for haudicap. .Mr. Geo. Clarke's offer of £5 for the luncheon booth was accepted. Three tenders were received for the soft drinks and lollio stall. The coui niittec decided to run it, with Mr. Nicholls in charge. Mr. Tl os. Joyce's offer to procure all logs required for the sports—about 10—and prepare them for the chops, at _s 6d per log, the com mil tec to pay royalty and cart same, was accepted. It was con sidered a very good offer. Messrs. J). Sutherland and Geo. Clarke under took to cart the logs. Mr. Syd. Wheildon was appointed checker at Morris' corner of cyclists in the road race. Mr. Kicholls offered to fix up a dressing room for competitors. A number volunteered to meet on the ground next Saturday to ma...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. ALBERTON V. WOODSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 25 February 1914

CK1CKET. ALliKLlTON AT. WOODSl DE. - AlUertou scored a victory over AYoodsido by six wickets and three runs. For Woodside J L. Lowis scored 2S. D. Mirir uiado oO and N. .Smith 17 of Albcrtou's TG, not out. The Al berton trundlcrs, V. Casbolt, G. JJjirry, C. Caughey and AV. Lear, divided honors with two wickets apiece. D. Curtin captured two, and II. Lewis one of Albcrton's wickets. Scores :— WOODSIDE. First Innings ... 7N Second Innings. Collier, run out 4 J. Langham, c sub, b Caabolt ... 5 W. Collins, b Caughey 0 J. Collins, b Cuughoy 1 D. Curtin, b CasboH ... ... 1 J. l\ Collins, c Casbolt, b Lear ... 10 11. howls, b Barry 28 W. Hall, c ami b Lear 2 .1. Richardson, sip. Mtiir, b Harry 4 Reeve*, not out ... 1 Sundries -1 Total G3 , l)owl\no-~ Casbolt two for 13, \Vm. Lear two for 12, C. Caughey two for Hi, U. Barry two for IS. ALI3EHTON. Kirst Innings 01) Second Innings. C. Mor?o, run out ... ... ... 7 C. Caughoy, c Lewis, b Curtin ... -i \V. Loar, b Lewis ... I D. \luir, b Curtin ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 25 February 1914

nri'-le .shooting. On .Saturday afternoon a team of Welshpool rilluieu journeyed to Uel liondulo to (ire a match over the 500 yds. range with the Gelliondule Club. The afternoon being cool a very plea sant afternoon's sport was enjoyed, made moro so by tho ladies of the Uel liondale Club providing afternoon tea 011 the range, which was done full jus tice to by all present. For Uelliondale J. Stephenson compiled IS points out of the possible ;">0, and for Welshpool 1'. Hanrahan also IS. A win for Welshpool by '23 points was recorded. Following are tho scores:— Welshpool. Gklliondalk. 1\ Hanralmn ... •18 J. Stephenson 48 W. Crouch 47 G. Trigg 45 W. Medley . -16 S. Newton ... 17 C. C. Rossitor .. . 15 J. Goodson ... 43 F. Daft' 14 A. Trigg 43 A. McAulifFo ... 13 J. Trigg 40 li. Kerr . 41 J. Casbolt ~3S L. Kerr 41 W. Ryau ... 38 T. B. Grouch ... 33 W. Roid 29 J. Morgan . 35 H. Lucas 34 428 405

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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Relief Fund. MRS. DAVID MITCHELL & FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 25 February 1914

Relief Fund. MKS. DAVID MITCIII'XI, & FAMILY. Charitably disposed persons an; asked to provide help for a family that has met with misfortune. We acknowledge tlio following : — £ s. (I. Ain't pruviausly :u-kno\vlo<lgcil S7 i;i 0 I'cr Const. Wellwootl ... 17 (i „ 1). J). M'Alpinr, junr. (CarrajuiiK) "> 1 0 M. Crawford, Mailulvu I ] •• u £35 ;s (>

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YARRAM WEEKLY STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 25 February 1914

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. -u;u YAK HAM WEEKLY STOUK SALES. Messrs. i heo. 1J. Little and Co. report:— We had a small yarding at Yarratu on Friday, and owing to the buali fires tho attendance was very sintili. Wo sold slips at Lis, weaMers at lis, f.m. owes (low con dition) at 10s, forward conditioned cows at £1 lis. At our last Toora sale we sold fat cows at £3 10s, £5 Is and £-1 l(is, store cows (fresh conditionedJ"H>t £4 Is, £-1, £3 15s and £3 Ts (id, backward heifers at £2 5s and £3 8s, young steers at £2 l'Js, pod dies at 17s (>d and £1. Privately we have sold 11 springing cows, 200 owesi 290 ewes, 13 store cows, 330 weaners, 160 ewes, 350 wethers, 100 wethers, and 90 bullocks. We have also sent to our Melbourne ollice three trucks of cattle.

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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CORMANDALE AND CALLIGNEE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 25 February 1914

CORMANDALE AND CALLIGNEE. The " lii.'coi'il " tiormandale corres pondent writes: — Fires seem to lie burning in nil directions, ;■ ntl with a continuance of the present. weather conditions, it is hard to say where they will stop. Messrs Currnm and Morley with the cream waggons had no easy or light task to get through with their loads on. Fences and grass have been burnt, and several settlers had to bat tle for their homes. Whilst Messrs Aubrey, Power, and others were keep ing an eye 011 the Willung-South h ased school building, the (iru got past ami burnt a stack of Or. Power's. After coursing through Willis' property, and Mr Hammond's, it is now going down | the chain of ponds to Brown's and others living down that way. This will bring it, unless checked, on to the llat country holdings. At Callignce the lires are still raging, and the mailman had some difficulty in getting through. Tho smoke, is blinding, and wo learn tlmt Mr Kath jen is suffering from its elYccts. Sev eral people...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORT AND PASTIME. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 25 February 1914

SPORT AND PASTIME. The tjuiiil season opens 011 1st March. JJirils are plentiful. The Blackwarry spoils take place to-day. It would hi' worth while to see " l;|;iclc''w.-iny after l.-ist week's lires, a sight apart from the sports meeting. All interested ill St. Patrick's sports are reminded that entries elose on Monday next, l!ml March. (iood entries have been received for the Wonwron sports, to be held on Wednesday, 4th .March. Uvelists in the road nice from Yar ram to AVomvron go via North Devon and Calro.ssie, and turn at Morris' .gate, where the checker will he sta tioned. All cyclists must wear num bers. The race starts at 11 a.m. Local sports wero successful at the Sale races last Thursday. Tlic £50 .Handicap was captured by Mr. W. Barry's Galveston at 3 to 1 on, Mr. Geo. G'ollis' Glynne running second. Mr. G'ollis won the Trial Handicap .£20, with L.K.G. at "2 to 1, the siune owner's (.Jlynnc second. JLe also ap propriated the Campbell Plate Handi cap, .£30, with Silver Gaun...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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Reedy Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 25 February 1914

Reedy Creek. Tin: properties in this locality were not attacked by the main lire, but tlie losses were bad enough. Mr. W. Vardy jynd his two little sons saved the house, but nearly all tl|<; j;rass and all the I fencing was destroyed. The tiro crossed the properties of Messrs. Win; Wight, Alt. Westwood and Win. O'Rourko.

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 25 February 1914

For Eackachk and Kidnicy Troum.k — Dr. Sheldon's. Gin Pills are tho groat corrective for l>aekacho and Kidney ill*, and in making tho Kidneys well you boon rid yonrselj of all such symptoms as Back ache, Headache, and other distressing ail ments, winch both men and women arc so often snhft>ct to. ])r. Sheldon's Gin Pills are sold in tfjays cnntaineri;. Price, J:? Gd and Ja <jd. Obtainable at Win. McKur row's, Alberton ; John Bett'e, Ynrram.

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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Port Franklin. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 25 February 1914

Pori Franklin. 1 lie swimming club held its fort nightly gold medal competition on Satur day, 21st lilt., the main item of interest being tin: ladies' nomination race, the prize, a silver teapot, presented by tlie Bell Tea Co. for the occasion. Keen interest was taken in the event by the ladies of the district, thirty nominations being received. Four swimmers, .Sinn bcck, Neil, Cripps and Meyers, who are evidently favorites with the ladies, re ceived six nominations each, necessita ting a draw, which was arranged by (Jr. Nicol, l'\ Martin, and JI. Berg. A trophy was added for the ladies who picked the second and third winner. The race was probably one of the best yet held at Port Franklin. The winner being V. Sinnbeck (Welshpool), who started Ssecs, behind scratch ; L. Neil, scr., 2 ; and G. Kobcrts, lscc., o. L. .Meyers, lOsecs. (Tooru), Nicol, 'Jsecs. (Agnes llivcr), \V. Albrand, 'Jsrcs. (Foster), Ciipps and Johnson, 'Jsecs., also started. Mrs. Edward (Jripps won the teapot, and M...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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Sale District. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 25 February 1914

Sale District. (ttlom oui: own cohukspoxdkxt). The weather during the past few days has been warm, and busli lires have been ljuriiiiiif liercely south of tlio Latrobe I\ivrr, ,mil a considerable quantity of glass lias been destroyed, l'n anticipation of grass tires, and tail ing into consideration tlio number of stacks that were burnt in Nambrok last summer, the insurance agents kave had a busy time, and farmers have not been slow in getting insurances effected on ilieir stacks. The duck season opened with the usual cannonade about daylight, and although a lot of ammunition was blown away, there does not seem to be many dead birds to show for the ex penditure. Ducks wore more plentiful than oil the corresponding diito last year, but they were equally wild and cunning, therefore the bags were badly lillcd. Fanners have been busy carting their grain to the local station, and as mentioned in a previous number, barley yields were good, but wheat was rather disappointing. Stacks of grai...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 25 February 1914

BLACKWARRY WEDNESDAY, FEB. 25,19141 OFFICERS: President, Mr. M. S. Thomas; Vice-provident, Mr. A. .1. Berryman; Secretary, Mr. Wm. feel; Treasurer, Mr. H. Cook; Committee, Messrs. E. Peel, Walter Pee!, F. B. Cumming, G. D. Peel, E. O'Connor, G. Aubrey, H. S. May, D. D. McAlpine, H. McAlpino, 15. E. Rudd, J. Price, T. Cookson, W. D. Cook, J. Bunting, R. Macreadio. n 11 o G It A M M 12 I FOOT RACING. To Start at 11 O'clock sharp. Handicap District Plate, 100yds.—First I 30c, second 10s. A radius of 12 milesfrom ! from Blackwarry sports ground. Entry 2 s* Open Handicap Sheffield, 120yds.—First £3, second £1. Entry 4s. Handicap Hurdle Racc, 120yds.—First 30s, second 10s. Entry 2s. Handicap Mile Racc.—First £2, sccond £1. Entry 3s. Boys' Race, 14 years and under.—First 5s, second 2s, third Is. Entry free Girls' Race, 14 years and under.—First 5s, second 2s, third Is. Entry free. Private Match, betjveen II. Chenhall and Thos. Rooney, for £10 aside. 130yds. WOOD CHOPPING. Handicap Standing...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 25 February 1914

ALBERTON SHIRE ANGLERS' ASSO CIATION. i MEETING of members and intending J. V mci::hcrrf of abm*e Association will bo hold in Shire Hull, Yarraiu, o.i Monday, 2nd March, at 8 o'clock p.m. !•: T. ST A MM KRS, lion. Sec. Tenders for Clearing. rilKNDERS invited, returnable on Wed JL nesdav, itli March, for Picking up and Burning oil on about -10 acres of land at Needy Creek. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. W. VARDY, Reedy Creek, via Carrajinig. Notice to Trespassers A NY person found shooting or otlier i A. wise trespassing on " Tuoloonook " will bo prosecuted. J. MOOHE & CO. For Sale. 3 2-tooth Nnnioralla Stud Southdown Rams. Price £2 2s each. Apply, ROSSITER BROS. & SALMON, Medley. £300 in Prize Money. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11. ENTItlES CLOSE 8 jj.tn. TUESDAY MARCH aril. LATE ENTRIES, Saturday, March 7th SPECIAL TRAIN' from Koruniburra (o Albcrton at 0.50 a.m., returning at S p.m. \ eludes will convey passengers from ami to station. A FIRST-class LUNCHEON ma...

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Relief Fund. MRS. DAVID MITCHELL & FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 27 February 1914

Relief Fund. M Its. UAYID MITCH I'll. I, it l'AMll.Y. Cluii it.dily ilis|ni.."'l pci'suiis iiri' siskyii to [irovidi: li<'I{> for family tliat litis ineL with mUt'm tiiui:. Wc: neluiowluclyo the following - £ s. (]. Ain't ])it'vioiiH!y auknuwlciloC'l it.") 3 <> Patk. lircim-m ... ... 3 0 0 £10 i G

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Public Works. SPECIAL GRANTS TO SHIRES The following allocations have been made by the Minister of Public Works. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 27 February 1914

Public Works. SPJiCIA-'L GRANTS TO SHIRKS The following allocations have boon miulo by tlie Ministxi' of 1'ublic Works; Alberton Shire.—Towards Grieg's Creek road, £75; towards road from Moore's to Kallady's, parish Devon, £150; towards road to SVhitclaw's Track, Summerfield's road, £100; towards Whitelaw's road, £75; towards Dingo Creek road £75 (council to expend £237 10s additional).— £475. Traralgon Shire.—Towards forming and gravelling Tyers road, £100; towards road from Hogg's bridge to .feeralang, £150; towards grading and forming Clarke's road, Callignec, £100 (council to expend £175 additional). £350. South Gippsland Shire.—Towards road from Foster to National Park, £101); to wardsO'Grady Ridge road, £125: towards Agnes River bridge, £175; towards outlet for P. Seizor, £50; towards various roads and bridge works, £150 (council to oxpend £300 additional). —£G00.

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Tasmania. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 27 February 1914

T asmanla. <,!iiito ;t largo number from these parts have \ tailed tlio island State this summer, but in our advertising columns tho Government agent in Melbourne hints tliat tii 'i'i: is still room for inoru. To people who have not thought much about it, Tasmania seems ;v long way off—in fact on the way to tho south polo—and it couics as a pleasant sur prise to learn that a trip can be taken to the principal resorts for less th mi tho cost of a ticket from .Melbourne to Sydney or Adelaide. Ono scarcely realises that lie can dine in Victoria and breakfast next morning in Latin ceston. For those who want a rr-U change, with excellent scenery and a pleasant eliinate, Tasmania tills the bill exactly ; and it is no wonder that each succeeding year is tho record one for the ' tight little island ' in tho tourist traffic.

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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Timber Reserves. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 27 February 1914

Timber Reserves. Under tins heading " Lease of Tim ber lvesorves,' the Messrs. I3odman ]j|'os. in Tuesday's " Age," take ex ception to statements miulo at a depu tation lust week anent lessees deliber ating firing reserves. They have en tered into a compact with the Forestry department not to lire reserves they have grazing rights over, .-.ml have honorably kept to that compact; nor have they any reason to believe that others have not acted similarly. They write:—"Wo quite agree with the thinning out of over thick growths of young timber, and would welcome any move in that direction. We also agree with the estimate of the values of Vic torian hard woods. Tho doputation spoiled a good case by making quite unjustifiable general charges. Our family has been i:i possession of tho reserves wo graze on, either ns a- pas toral area or under present conditions, for between GO and 70 years, and \v(i claim to know something about tho management of it, We now have nothing to do with the burnin...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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WONWRON SPORTS. Following are the handicape for the principal events at the Wonwron sports, to be held next Wednesday:— [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 27 February 1914

WONWRON SPOUTS. Following uro tho handicaps for the principal events at tho Wonwron sports, to bo held next Wednesday :— Bicyclo Road Raco.—S. W. Brown, 10 sees; W. P. Wigg, 45socs; J.E. Shorwood limn.; II. E. Starling, Ja*. Millor, 2min; A. L. Rowland, R. T. Starling, P. Millor, 3min.; W. A. Rowland, W. G. Sutton, W. Brand, Jas. Lord, 4min.; C. H. Iiill, J. Biggs, 6min.; J. R. Tycrs, 7min.; R. II. Robbitt, Sinin.; Jas. Clark, Oinin. Standing Block.—S. Joycc, T. L. Joycc, W. Leo, S. L. Bowdon, W. Joyce, scr.; G. Leo, T. Lee, H. Pottit, 2sccs. bh.; C, H. Rcndell, G. Cowell, lsecs. bh, ; D. A. O'Rourke, Csecs. bh.; W. Piera, J. Joycc, 8secs. bh. Underhand Chop.—R. T. Starling, T. L. Joyce, W. Lee, S. L. Bowdcn, T. Loo, W. Joyce, scr.; It. Couplos, L. Road, 2secsbh; C. II. RondolK \V. Picrn, 4secs. bh.; D. A. O'Rourke, tisecs. bh.; J. Joyce, 14secs. bh.; G. Cowell, ISsccs, bh.

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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SPORT AND PASTIME. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 27 February 1914

I SPORT AND PASTIME. I " 01c Man " scleets Gold lirev or ]!r;ittlo for the Newmarket Handicap, Audacity for tlio Essendon Stakes, Andelosia for tlio St. Ivgcr, and Tlio Parisian or l!clove for tlio Austialian L,'L last cricket match of tin; season 011 tlio Woodside ground will In; played on Saturday, against I'ort Albert. Tlio team will be cliosen from tlio following — Ungliam, Collins (:!), Ourtin, Lewis, Reeves, Hicliardson, Greenaway, Wal polo, Carpenter, Hall, Forbes, Wilson, Goodson.

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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