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Lascelles News. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 July 1914

Laocelies News. A largely attended meeting of the Laecelles Progress Association and also the ratepayer of Lascelles, was hckl in the Mechanics' Institute on loth July, to consider the plans of a water scheme submitted to them by the State Rivera and Water Supply Commission, to reticulate the town ship of Lascelles (published in full ii> our last issue). As this was a flchcme the Progress Association had been trying to bring 4o a head for the past three years, it can easily be understood that noBtonewasleft un turned in making those interested realise the great benefit obtained, by having the water laid on to their premises. After the matter was thoroughly discussed, Mr. Prowae moved and Mr. Kriiss seconded, that the scheme be approved of and accepted by the townspeople. On the motion being put, all present favored it; The meeting closed ' with a hearty vote of thanks to the chairman, Mr. M. liogun.

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

© ARTIFICIAL TEETH. f From JANUARY 3rd to MARCH 31st a 25 per Special, j cent. ISecSlSWfiiOH. will be made on aLL ( ORDERS for Artificial Teoth dnriug the above dates. Painless Extractions with Cocaine, Laughing Gas, &c. Painless Filliag-s in Gold, Amalgam, Porcelain, Cement, SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Recorded j JEST AIL ) Board o£ by the ( j' Victoria. The Central Pharmacy aud Dentistry, Warracknabeal. «J" May bo consulted regularlvat tho Commercial Hotel, Hopetoun. Next Visit— Wednesday, PROFESSIONAL. 'PHONE No. 74. JF3® C3® Surgeon Dentist, QUALIFIED BY EXAMINATION, Registered by Dental Board of Victoria, Scott Street, Wsftjrracltsas&toeal, Opposite Palmer's Coffee Palace. Will Visit Hopetoan WEDNESDAY, JULY 15. Thii Stnk it op«a for aI2 cltMtf of OEWERAL BANK1NQ SUSIKSSS ^ POST OFFICE BUILDINGS, Sturt 3l Lydiard St3.( SAL LA HAT Ait« a.t Molbourn®, Sydney, Newcastle, Brokon Ktli, Dubbo. Canberra taldft, Porth, Hobart, 9rloba.no, Rockhampton, Townoville and Ler&...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Water Supply Works. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 July 1914

Water Supply Works. The- Water Supply Commission has accepted the following tenders : Mallee.—Excavation of Tanks.— Yalluin tank, 20,000 cubic yards, J. O'Bonnell, Walpeup, £S50 ; Yallum North tank, 5,000 cubic yards,- J. Ii. Mills, Oayen, £206l3sl0d ; Patche ivollock South tank, 2,000 cubic yards, R. H. Rowott, Ballan, £73 13a 4d ; Patchewollock tank, 5,000 cu bic yards, J. E. Mills, Ouyen,. £212 ,10a; Overall's tank, '5,000 cubic yards, W. Mathers, Avon Plains, ■£228 2s 6d ; Patchewollock North tank, 5,000 cubic yards, J. O'Don nel, Walpeup, £212 10s ; Bryden'a tank, 8,000 cubic yard's, John Pow ell, Managatang, £273 6s Sd ; Bry den'a North tank, 2,000 cubic yards, J. S. Dunn, Mauangatang, £68 Gs 8d; Narrnp tank, 5,000 cubic yards, J. E. Mills,{Ouyen, £191; Narrup East tank, 5,000 cubic yards, W. Taylor, Daytrap North, £180. AIL .above prices aro inclusive of provision ■money. - ■r?- -• Karkarooc District.—Construction Earthen Storage near Yaapeet Rail way Station—15,000 cubic yar...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 July 1914

. Ajeaths, S,ULliORA.DE.V^oy»o 16th inst., at his rosidor.co, Ciijne. I.ouin, the dourly boloved .hriibmd of Louisa Full gr&be. i.i?et}7)yenra and lO.months. SIcGINNlSKlNMn lb« 15th inst., &t bia rsiideijie, Hopotoan South, John, thor (aarly beloved hus band of | Lnne M'Uinniskin. A|{ed 85 yojn H.I.P. BbjIEavenixt Notices. "M/8'R AND NIS. .TORN McGIN iTiL NISKIN (trl Family, dMsira to tender thuir Si/ietr«;:han!f.< tothoir mmy fritndn, for kindne.-wo received on the oc aasiou of their rc<unl oad beroayenieut. MUS. LOUISA FULLGItABE and FAMILY de-re to extend their ninceretlmnkoto themany kind friends, especially Mra.Weld. Mrs 13. W. Talbot smi Mr. B. Iiarrop, for kindnesses re ceived in connocdor with their focent severe boreavBiiie:it.

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hopetoun West. Rain Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 July 1914

laopiifosm Wcsa. (FBOJI OCR OWS CORRESPONDENT.) Rain Wanted. Tho oxceedingly frosty weather and tfco absenco of rain, is beginning to play havoc with many of tho crops in this dis trict, although there aro some splendid early sown paddocks to bo soun. Tlio Into sown crops aro turning yollow on account of tho dry spoil nmt frosts. The rainfall for tho yoar to daio b;is boon any thing but (too l. Juno was ono of tho driest months' experienced in this locality for years, ltain is badly needed and far mers aro looking forward to a good down pour shortly. Fallowing is at a standstill as tho flats aro too hard for ploughing. Water is scarce and " cockles'' aro busily engaged in slushing out mud from their dam? and enlarging thom. This, of course, is about tho only work thoy can do. Owing to a considerable Bhortago in crass food, ihey arc compelled to work their teams at something, when they feed on chaff. A Problem to bo solved. Although a now public hall has boon erected in this locality...

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 July 1914

CLOSE StYSONS. The followingfai me close sea oris for paine ofjA'-ious kinds :— The whole year-.Kangaroo, omn, curlew, mullee ller. egret or white cranes, flycatchers,antails, mopoke, ibis, kuighiiig-jaclss, larks, lyre birds, magpie, owj English phea sants, wrens, robis, stone plover, warblers, etc. Th value of these birds is set down|* £5. Wild dnck, nnjfr.iecies—1st July to 11th Feb., incliive. Plover—1st Augto 29th Dec. Quail—1st Aug. i 1-ith March, in clusive. y i Bronze piston' Thejvhole year. Oppossoms are ,iow irotected all the year round. jj Wild geese (all kind^—1st Aug to 31st January. ; | Black swan—14tTi Ja'ig to 20th Dcc; - ')*

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

. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, HOPKTOUN. MS. M. Brows, . PROPIUETKESH ^ -E-rcv^ '"^-nd!^a f ro'v "" h'«': Tho Cuismo is excellont, and ohly the best, brands of drink are sold. ' - Good accommodation for boardora at reasonable rates. Commercial Travellers* House. Bath Boom. Good Stabling. Attentive Groom PHIL RYAN'S CteEsaHt&saweaISS* JsL«ieL 1 • RAINBOW. Only the very Rest Brands o£ Wines, Spirits and Liquors kept. Celebrated Stawell Ale on Draught. First-Class Table. A1 Accommodation for Boarders. • Hordes and Traps oh Hire. This spacious Hotel beitis; situated within a stoncthrow of the Railway iitation, makes it very convenient for the .ravelling public. Absolutely the most capacious and best Yard and Stable in the town. CJLCS3 Er©2"E2,f AUSTIN STREET, HOPETOUN. t§. FrfinSdSScE, Proprietress. A homo away from home. The Lea-Jing Uotel in the District JSxcellent accommodation in every re spect. i®nly winas and spirits of the best brands in Htock. Commercial Travel!ere' Association Hou...

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

Ijqli-Z 9 J General Merchants, / LasceSSes St., Hopetoun Have on hand fall 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 Galvanized Corrugated Iron, etc.,_ on hand. ^ A-COtnplete list of Samples for Men's and Boya' Clothing xuade to measure. Fit and Style guaranteed. CIVILITY & ATTENTION. Orders will be appreciated from Old and New Customers. \ 'Tvi' j -ft- -a ££{>0*1 ppeia V 'ATT ''.J hopetotjn ls?>.—Yu« trot jyooft Ten. 2nd.—You are Satisfied. 3rd.—AVe are pleased. of most Things U JiiJNIL BLEND TEA. The best? goes j ^Furthest and it is emphatically true of our Groceries. BEST BRANDS ONLY KEPT. llemember Boots the VALUES arc the HIGHEST, j Shoes. "and the PRICES the LOWEST. ■T>" Si We have opened np onr j&.T!lJ®SJ33[jS' with Latest City Fashions. See our Millinery. No need for City Travellers. Call and soe...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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WHEAT READY RE[?]KONER. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 July 1914

WHEAT REAd£ REfKCCNER. Every farmer hoult] paste (his table of weights irlyapocket book: Qrs, 1 2 3 4 lbs. eqnal 28 >. 56 ,, 81 „ 112 Cwt, bl. lb 1 equal 1 52 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 3 44 5 36 7 28 9 20' 11 12 13 4 14 50 ■16 48 18 40 20 32 22 21 24 16 26 8 3jvt bl. lb 5,eqnal kS 6j „ 29 52 t „ 31 44 & ,,33 36 | „ & 28 lis . 1)1. lb ?q'nal 37 20 74 40 112 149 20 186 40 221 261 20 2% 40 3 373 20 rl „ 410 40 q „ 4''s m „ 485 Chamberlain's Tablets i&u'itovB ?a^?£Trrai

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

VISITING CARDS, BUSINESS CA11DS, &c., Neatly and Prompt!) Executed at the ^orninon oftom iiuuvnl 1 a remarkable dure 1 What Clements Tonic can do in reitoring the nervei to healthy power and making the weakened lyatem strong. A letter !d point which i* worth reading. No. 6 Po*t OfSce Place* South Melb., 2/7/11. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " Your tonic is one of the quickest nerve and brain cures known. I tried all kinds of doctors' medicines, and got no relief a3 I have from your ionic. I could not stand anyone talking to me, or the noise of the town traffic. I lost appetite and weight. I was that weak at times a child could push me over. I had to give up work. X lay hour after hour awake, now I can -go to bed and almost sleep at once. My ckse tras one of the worst I ever j* heard of. I thought I would never get well. I can hardly believe the relief I have got from Clements Tonic. Nearly all those symptoms I told you of have left me, and two or three more bottles will malte rae str...

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

In the Donald Gup last week Mr. IC. Scovrn's doj,r, Stella's Charm, ran very well.' He defeated Fawn Molly, Deputy ami Black-Bert.. lie was then drawn:; against -King Comedy, the ultimate winner,, and was defeated by 8 to 0. Mr. Scown drew £1(J from (he stake. • The first prize was £150 and a Bilvor onp. A picnic meoting was held at Hopetoun "West ' on Wednesday last, organised by Messrs. II. A. llowney'and A. Cook, whon 14 dogs competed. The 'stake" was divided by Mr. H. A. Rowhey's Dave and rigor,- Come Again ' was third and Don't Wish fourth. A good after noon's sport was enjoyed, and dur ing the course of the event a fox got np, when every availabl&dog was slipped. Needless to' say reynavd was killed. A Poster and Fancy Dress Skating Carnival will be hold in-the local Me chanics' flail on Tuesday, August 4tli. A munbor of prizes will be jiyen, parUfl 'iliire r>JT which ir® »c]rertis«<i. . . '

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

NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTIONS The following aro the decisions oi various courts 011 tlie subject;— 1. Subscribers who do not givt express notice to the contrary arc considered as intending to renevi the subscriptions. 2. If subscribers order the discon tinuanco of their newspaper, the publisher may continue to send it until all arrears aro paid." 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the post office to which they aro directed, they are responsible until they have settled their bills and' ordered their papers to be discontinued. i. If subscribers move to other places without informing the pub lisher, and the papers are sent to 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 July 1914

Reward. LOST from Nyang, 2 buy mareR, clipped trace high, branded 2K near Fhoulder ; 1 chestnut horse, whito blaze on face ; 1 dark bay mare, wall eyes j 1 bay horse, bandy lecced ■ 1 bay borao ; 3 chestnut foal, branded SKnear. shoulder *nd rump ; 1 blue roan mare, no brand. Itowurd on information to - WILLIAMS BUOS., NYANG, or, COURIER OFFICE

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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ARRESTED ON SUSPICION. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 July 1914

ABRE-JTSD ON SUSPICION-. A. G. pownny.-v,. Wm. Harris,: chargod with .having a. pair of blankets in his • possession, . aosr ; r. pected of having been stolen.. «J . Accnscii plenjoii not guilty. •••■ -Rupert Kniss s lid he was a baiter.. ,- .. - at Lasceilps, an.l. he had eraptoyeil accused for a. time,.., Accused on the premises. 'Accused worked for four days painting. From in formation received trout the police he made, a ,search of ■ his property and missed a pair of blankotB from " ' a box in the front room. The blankets produced were not tha ones stolen from his place. Hs thought, his blankets had pink stripes on, . whereas ihese wors blue, fie could not say whether tha blankets produced wero the ones stolen from his place. Ho conkl not rccognise the blankets that h» lost if he saw them. To . tho accused : The blankets were on the premises on \rhioh accused workfd. Constable Downey gave evidence that when making enquiries re tha previous case he met accused by a camp firo, wit...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Warracknabeal General Sessions. Warracknabeal, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 July 1914

Warracknabeal General Sessions Warracknabeal, Friday. At the Court of General Sessions held at Wavracknabeal to-day, be fore Judge Winneke, Arthur Russell .pleaded guilty to five charges of *eSting fire to buildings in War racknabeal on May 20th, 1914. Mr. Leon acted as Crown prosecutor. Judge Winneke, in sentencing Russell, said that when under the Influence of drink accused was not -responsible for his actions, and, for <he protection of the public and himself, he would have to bo placed tinder restraint for a reasonable period.of time. Ho would sentence accused to six months1 imprisonment with har$ labor on each of the five charges, sentences to be cumulative. Arthur Wilson and James Aistin, laborers, were charged with houso .breaking at Birohip on May 6, 1914, .from the residence of R, A. Irwin. Wilson pleaded guilty and Austin not guilty. When arrested in company at Beulah, eleven days after the robbery, a quantity of the stolen property was found in the a wag. carri...

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

ME. ALEX. SMITH. News came through to Ilopetoun ■on Wednesday that Mr. Alex. Smith had died in the Colac Hospital the previous day. The deceased, who ■was the youngest son of .Mr. W. J. Smithy of Hopevale, and brother of Mr. Geo. Smith, of that place, spent his boyhood daya in the district, and aa a youth was noted as a very able elocutionist. He was about 30 prearB of age. Tho fnnoral of the late Mr. John M'Ginniskiu, senr., took place 011 Friday last, when a largo number followed the hearse to tho Hopo ioun cemetery. The 'service was read by the He.v. Father Lynch, whilst tho arrangements were ■carried out by Mr. W. F. Allan, of Beulah.

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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The Hopetoun Courier AND MALLEE PIONEER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 July 1914

<1be Usapei-aiTh Courfer AND M.ULKE PIONEER. PUBLISHED EVEltV FRIDAY MORNING, FRIDAY, .TUjY 24, 1914. i " The mooting of the Kopetoun A. and P. Socioty which weasto haTO been hold last Saturday was* i/journed until to morrow, owing to tljifuneral of the late Mr. L. Fullgrabe, Mfh has for many years boon a raembor of th Society. Mr. T. A. J. Srmth:hiof field offiaor of tho Departmout olericulture, will do jivor a lecture in tKeiopotoun Mochan icV ilall on Tbursdk^voniuj; next, at 8 p.m., on " Cultivntipi Methods and Man &gecnent." Theso ^tturoa aro free, and as tbcy are always try interesting and in'itrnctire, it is to, j hoped that thore will be a real good:,atiudanco; Every bor3<> owffe knows—or should do so—that only afcabas which have a certificate of aoimdisa are eligible to compote at any of ^agricultural Shows. Thereforo onco a ^e; a Veterinary In spector comes !*J®id and examines stallions free. Ati-..;spector will visit Dopetoun on Friday,jxt...

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

Q 0 M M E R 0 I A ),. MELBOURNE WHEAT MARKET Tho pncc yentorday for wheat was 3? 10ja. ■

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 July 1914

OHtJROIi SERVICES. The following are tho-sorvicea for. Sunday next Church of.England.— Benlah 11, Rosebery 2-&0, Goyura 4, Flopetoun [ 7.30., Rar. E. C. Flefsehor. Methodist. — Hopetoun, 11, Mr. Webster ; 7, Rov. Hobba ; Roaebery, ll,Rev. Hobbs; 7.30., Mr. Traittor; Glenore, 3, Mr. Richards. Baptist. — Hopetonn 3, Hope tona West 7, Pastor Hardcastle.

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Hopetoun Police Court. TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1914. [Before Mr. W. G. Smith, P.M., and Messrs. J. Turriff, R. Galliver, T. Hatcher and T. M'Mullin, J.'sP.] STEALING FROM A DWELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 24 July 1914

Hopetoun Police Court. -Tuesday, July 21, 11U4. [Boforo Mr. W. G. Smith, P.M., ' !\utl Messrs. J. Turriff, R. Gallivpr, P. Hatcher and T. M'AIullin, J.'aE.jj STEALING FliOSI A DWELLING. A. (?. Downey v. Patrick Snlliran, charged with on the 9th July, felo niously stealing a gladatone bag and contents of .same, property of W. J. M'Donald, the valua of £9 10, from a bedroom at-the Club Hotel. Inspector Riley-prosecuted. ■ Wallace J. M'Donald, sworn, said that on Jaly 9th he was staying st the Clab Hotel, where he occupied room No. 15. - Ho recognised the bag produced and contents aa his property. He last saw the bag be. fcweeu 5 and 6 o'clock in the after, noon. Ho miesed'.ifc about half past ' 6jr» • or AluT«n. <> S» palil 30a for tbt» ' bag and considerud the total pro perty worth 'about £9 10. He did not know the accuse 1.' The bag, when it was removed, contained 1 suit of clothes, 4 shirts, 3 flannels, L sweater, 3 collars, 4 ties, 1 razor and a strop, hairbrush, 2 c...

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