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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 11 June 1914
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 11 June 1914
Football. Mirboo v. Yinnar on Saturday on -the local ground The match of the season, Players must be ready to start at 2 o'clock. The Mirboo team will be :—Forwards—Farmer, William son, Devereaux. Half forward—Bur ton, Dockery, Mayall. Rover—Allen. Ruck—Canty, Byron. Left-wing G. Dobrigh. Right-wing,—T. Dobrigh. Centre—Stevenso.i. Half-Back—Phil. Ctutchfield, Stanton, D. McKenzie. Back—Shiels (captain), Verdon, Aus tin, Emergencies :—P. M'Kenzie 1, W. Manning 2, Jack Verdon 3
The Gippslander. THURSDAY, JUNE 11 [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 11 June 1914
ftbe (Sippelanfcer. THURSDAY, JUNE n In connection with the election of directors of the Gippsland Bacon Co., the following have nominated for the I five seats—Messrs Allardyce, Jackson, Robinson, St Ellen, and M'Galliard (old directors), also Messrs A. M. Black, Tarwin Lower; C. A. Beard, Outtriuj; Thos. White, Narracan ; and P. Nash, Leongatha. Every share holder will have a ballot paper posted to him in sufficient time to enable him to vote by post. Five must be elected and every voter must select five to make his vote formal. No vote will be counted on any shares on which calls a-e overdue, unless pajment is made before the day of-election, viz., 25th inst. \ r. port of an address delivered by . r vinckey on the Workmen's Com pensation Act will appear next issue. O ii u • The Dumbalk Public Hall and Free j Library lias been granted for building ^25 (the same amount being raised locally) and ^15 us iod ior the lib rary. *0 o o An extraordinary general meeting of shareholders of t...
Allambee Junior Association. MIRBOO v ALLAMBEE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 11 June 1914
Allambee Junior Association. MIRBOO v ALLAMBEE. This match which was played at Allambee was characteristic of clean, fast and improving football on the part of the juniors, as compared to previous matches. There was little to choose between the ■ 'd rivals save—size and weight—undir which heading the visitors were severely handicapped. Allambee started off well gaining a little at the first bell, but the Ramblers were quicker to act and at the final change showed a lead of 2 goals 4 behinds. Again the Allambee boys attacked, but they were not able to make up the deficiency, the Ramblers running out winners by 4 goals 3 behinds to 2 goals 5 behinds. Ramblers were best served by:—Roy Mayall (a sterling ruck man, and the best player of the 32,) Dobrigh (1 goal) on back and roving, Stubbs, H. Verdon (2 goals), Ricardo, Cornell, S. Mayall, Love, H. Mayall (r goal), Gilfedder and E. Dyke. A word of advice:—"Keep your places and play the ball." Allambee were well support ed by J. Carter (t...
DUMBALK v STONY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 11 June 1914
DUMBALK v STONY CREEK. I he above mitch was played at Dumbalk and resulted i.i a win for Stony Creek. There is a rumor that Dumbalk intend protesting. The scores were—Stony Creek, 9 goals 4 behinds ; Dumbalk, 6 goals 6 behinds. There are no Association matches next Saturday, but a Charity match will be played at Dumbalk between com bined teams of this association.
RESULT OF MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 11 June 1914
EESUJ/r OF MATCHES. 4 . 4 0 ■ 10 4 3 i 12 4 2 2 8 4 1 3 4 4 0 4 0 Played Won Lost Points Mirboo North Yinnar ... Hazel wood Jlorsvoll Boolarra In the above list, the Association took a match from Yinnar for playing a man who was refused a permit and awarded it to Mir boo North. Scored For Goals Blida Points Mirboo Yinnar Hazelwood Morwell Boolarra 53 55 23 .39 12 286 2*7 107 207 42 Scored Against Gls Bds Pie 7 12 9 19 19 47 23 35 59 74 54 73 1G1 173 428
MEETING OF DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 11 June 1914
MEETING OF DELEGATES. A meeting of delegates to the Morwell and District Football Cora petition was held at M'Kay s Hotel on Tuesday morning last. Present Messrs O'Hara (in the chair) and Robinson (Yinnar), Ashley and Christian (Boolarra), Gratton and PrescoU (Mirboo), Hovle and V ary (Morwell), Humphries and Boldmg (Hazelwood). ^ hazelavood's orjection. ^ In connection with the objection of tfie Hazelwood Club, against uie decision of the Association in fixing that Hazelwood matches against Mirboo and Boolarra be played on the Morwell ground, the \ .1' •!->. wrote suggesting that the matches be home and home. — Mr Hoyle moved to that effect.-Seconded by Mr Humphries— MrPrescott thought that the position would be greatly altered if Moe were allowed to enter the Association. — Mr Gratton le marked that notice of motion would have to be given to alter the present arrangement.—As an amendment Mi Prescott moved that consideration of the matter beheld over until the application of the...
Dumbalk Association. TARWIN VALLEY v. MEENIYAN [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 11 June 1914
Dumbalk Association. TARWIN VALLEY v. MEENIYAN • The above teams met on the latter's ground on Saturday last. Th's match resulted in a win for Tarwin Valley after a very fine game. Tarwin Valley played good football and at times their handball was splendid. Barfoot, Mart. Cain, Grieves Bios, and Austin played in fine style. The final scores were:— Tarwin Valley, 4 goals 8 behihds; Meeniyan, 2 goals 5 behinds.' The goal-kickers were—for Tarwin : R. Grieves, Clancy, C,Peart and V. Trease; for Meeniyan : Banks and Spence. The best players for Tarwin were :—Barfoot, Grieves Bros., Mart. Cain, Austin, D. Watt, Critten, V. Trease, Harding ; for Meeniyan: Beccombe, Coy, Banks, Secombe and Kiud.
YINNAR BEAT MORWELL. 50 points to 43. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 11 June 1914
Y1NNAR BEAT MORWELL. oU points to 43. Absolutely the best game of foot ball that has been witnessed locally for many years took place on Satur day last, in beautiful weather," bet. ween Morwell and Yinnar teams. Morwell fully expected to be de feated decisively, but results, gladly, did not come up to expectations. Soon after the bounce Yinnar •were pushing Morwell very hard. Fairbairn, Brewster, and Hickson ■were mainly conspicuous. Capon, for Morwell, did some fine, fast de fending work. Perhaps the best man in the quarter was Seymour "Williams. He was accurate in his shooting, and all round showed him self to be a good, first-class foot baller. In the second quarter Langmaid ■did some goo.d work, but Mathieson was too solid for him. The feature of the quarter was a goal by At hoi Mcintosh from an acute angle. Stone did Yinnar some good defend ing services. Scores at half-time were :— Yinnar—5 goals 5 bellinds. Morwell—± goals 5 behinds. On resuming, Fairbairn and Mal colm made a ...
Football. Morwell Association. MIRBOO v. HAZELWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 11 June 1914
Football. Morwell Association. MIRBOO v.-HAZELWOOD. A great deai of interest was taken in the above ma'ch, which was plaiytd - on tlie former's ground. The day be ing an ideal one, there was a large at tendance present. Razelwood had ' thfir very best eighteen in the field, .. and, unlike the previous Saturday at Yinnar when they had to play short liandi-d, had men to spare. Mirboo. on ; -tli»: other band, could not rake up a "team. They started with two playt-rs short, and played a man kliort the whole jnatch The reason of the home club being so short was that some of the . players had gone to AUatubee to pl;i}' - in the junior match. Phil Crutchtield was an absentee, he being away from the district. The. match itself was of a rough nature. The majority of the Hazel wood lads put plenty of dash into their play, but most of them seemed to play the man too much. The team is . composed of a fine body of men, and the local side.looked very light in com parison. The match resulted in ra...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 18 June 1914
Cold-Weather Skin Trouble. \ Chaps, Cracked Hands, and Chil blains Soother and Healed by Zam-Buk. Chapped hands, chilblains, and sore arms and faces should be promptly treated with Zam-Buk. That disagreeable roughness and redness of the skin is often quickly followed by cracking and bleeding and there is grave danger of blood poison or other infectious disease. Being so natural and refined, Zam Buk, unlike mere ointments and "creams" penetrates beneath the outer surface, purifies the flesh, and helps to grow new healthy skin in a "wonderful way. .Letting Zam-Buk soak all day in to the tissues allays smarting pain and quickly heals all soreness. Mrs M. limsley, of Corner of Clif ton and Phyllis Streets, Mayiands, Adelaide, says:—Last winter the ex treme cold caused my skin to crack and become awfully sore. When I put my hands in water they would bleed and be very painful. "I applied Zam-Buk on retiring at night, and put a pair of gloves on and by continuous treatment the raw sores an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 18 June 1914
When About To Build Consult J. W. PJU,SCOTT, -General CONTRACTOR, PAINTER, &c. Tlie Services of .First-Class n Available. estt Work Carried Out Expedious.y and Well at Lowest Rates. I Supply All Material for Building Purposes. Plans and Specifications Drawn Out. Yon can Save Time and. Money by giving a Trial to a man with 20 years' Experience in the Building Trade. Estimates Freer Letters Promptly Attended To. Ajjent for London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company. Business Notice. A. L. Ogilvy& Co. Estate & Financial Agents BEG lo thank their clients for past favors and trust by strict atten tion to all business to merit a continuance. They desire to intimate that the Mirboo North Branch will in future be under the management of MR. WM. PICKERING, and that Mr Ogilvy will attend periodically as usual. ■ All communications to Mirboo Nth. orNorwick Union Chambers, 34 Queen Street, Melbourne, will receive prompt attention. A. L. OGILVY & CO. Miss Grace ...
Football. Morwell Association. MIRBOO v. YINNAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 18 June 1914
Football. Morwell Association MIRBOOv. YINNAR. .i-: An extra lar^e crowd of spectators 'put in im appearance to witness the ^sibove niatcli, which took,place on the ■O-JWiHioo oval. Yinnar had a l>i&lt;» fol-. -iiw.ng, aiid'as a fair number of Coo I'-.fra p&lt;'opl.3 wore present, the train '/Was'ihickoJ. 3G wa&lt; anticipated the ''-contest would bo a great one,--... T.lie "first meeting of th'-se cl'ilis resulted in &lt;41 win for Yjunar. by 13 points,, but.in 'ilia.!; match neither side had their best eighteen, and both ..teams were.srrfipii.! Mirboo svere confident ti>'ey: *v o 111 dt u r nj "the tallh-s in the return ^gaine,-.whO.e! ■Ymna'r thought tlu'y 'Vould-,. again. viable toj just about ,win... ;Both_elu.bsj '.put their jstrcmgesj;.' teams in'-thor field,! "•arid the display. • of. football-shown .by) theih--proves that" there *is littlo..,toi "choose between them. Mirboo proved) they are sl'ghtly the better team, but; " 'what YinYiar...
DELEGATES' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 18 June 1914
DELEGATES' MEETING. A meeting of delegates o£ the I Morwell District Football Associ ation was held at McKay's Hotel ; Tuesday morbui.^i P.-esent—Messrs i O'Hara'and-' Quigley (Yinnar), Pres cott ami Graiton (.Mirboo), Ashley l and Christian (Hoobirrli), Adams and i Humphries (Hazelwood), Hoyle and Vary (Morwell). The president, Mr 1 O'Hara, occupied the ch^ir. MOE CLUB'S APPLICATION. According to notice, Mr Prescott moved that the. Moe club be admit ted to the Association, on conditions, and that all necessary amendments be made to rules, etc., to. permit of same. Mr Prescott suggested that ; the conditions should be, (1) that a j "radius within .which to choose I players be'declared. (2) that the club | .U'o/no;t.par,(icipate in proceeds from } iinal matches, (3) that the club play } „all .'matches.'.on the home grounds eE • ;th,eir.,oppQi»eiits,.it not being fair at ! 'tlie,preseht stage of the competition | that the latter should have to charter ; spn.cial trains. lie said that ...
MORWELL BEAT BOOLARRA. 99 points to 18. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 18 June 1914
u _rt t 99 points to IS.* i This competition 'march., was 'played at -Boolaira on.. Saturday, there being a'fair'number of,.spec tators. The match—although the scoring by'no means' indicates—was evenly contested. . The ball, for the greater part, was in the vicinity of the Boolarra posts, bat (lie luck w:ts with the visitors, inasmuch as ihey missed very few opportunities to score when the ball was within shooting distance. The main feature of the game was the way in which the Morwell boys wandered from the'.r place?, despite continued pro tests from their captain. Almost from the beginning they crowded the ball, and thus many favorable opportunities of forwarding were lost. Should amends.not be made in this direction, they need not entertain the faintest hope of carry ing their club to victory. The I Boolarra boys took their defeat on Saturday as "a team- should do, and were, onlv too ready to give the usual cheers for the victors at the conclusion of the game. Realizing, no doubt,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 18 June 1914
H'CARTQf MI) CO.! 45he&lt;Mi and Cattle Sai^isf^n, Laud ' Financial Agents. &•«., LEONGATHA, Beg to thank their clients through out the district for the large Support accorded to them during the past 12 months, andfeelassnred that by giving stricl attention to business •as hitherto, and prompt settlements they will receive a continuance of their patronage. Our Sexf >ale wil I take place on THURSDAY, JUNE 25th, 1914, Bullocks , Steers Cows Heifers Poddies. &c. All stock sold by us will be paid for ON DAY OF SALE J. i'.PMK&MIS Cattle. Sheep, Land & Pure Stock Salesmen. MELBOURNE, WADONGA, AND LEONGATHA. Hold the oldest connection with Gippsland, dating back to 1862. THE Firm s New Yards at Leon gatha are the MOST EXTEN SIVE complete, and Up-to-date Private Stock Yards in Gippsland. The Leongatha branch is under the management of Mr EDWARD BEGG, who is at all times kept in close touch with Melbourne market prospects, and will be happy to give ...