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COURSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 28 August 1914
COUB6§KS« 5TOTES. A picnic coursing meeting was hold nt Hopetonn West on Thurs day, 20th inst., when n rattling good clay's sport resulted. There, were 1G dogs entered for the sweep stake and hares being plentiful the coursing was got through in good time. The winner was Miss M. A. .Matthew's ' Laurel, who ran very consistently. Mr. Alex. Coolc's de cisions as judge were never questioned. The district ladies pro- j vided-a capital luncheon for the visitors, and only those who Icr.ow what a coursing appetite is could fully appreciate all that this means. ! The details of the coursing were as follows :— j The Draw. j Queen beat Mignonette. Larry heat Astrochan. Hard Times beat Tk'er. Quick Change beat Comedy King. Ginger beat Unn. Skipper beat 13ogo. Laurel beat Wheatland. Mosquito beat Yeuus. First Ties. Larry heat Queen. Hani Times heat Quick Change. - Second Ties. Hard Times beat Larry. Laurel beat Ginger. Deciding Course, Miss M. A. Matthews' Laurel beat II. Brown's Hard Times and...
Karkarooc Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 28 August 1914
Karkarooc Shire Council. It is several years since there lias been a contested election in the North Riding of the Shire of Kar karooc, until yesterday, when the retiring member, Councillor Poulton. was opposed by Mr. A. Ilamlyn. As botharo old and well known residents of the district a good deal of interest was centred in the contest, which largely re solved itself into a dmd between the east aivi western portions of the Riding. The result of the voting was the return of Mr. Aaron Ilamlyn, the voting at tho various booths being as follows : — Hnmlyu Poulton Hopntotin 75 1S5 Woornelang . 1,'M 12 Lascelles 99 7 Turriff 10 30 Tempv 8 2(5 Postal" Votes 49 37 Totals 375 2G7 Majority for Ilamlyn, 10S Votes. At tho declaration of tho poll Councillor llamiyn suitably re turned thanks.
EUROPE AT WAR. August 22. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 28 August 1914
Europe at War. Angnst 22. Brussels, the Belgian capital, u now occupied by German Uoop». Under the pressure o£ the enuny b immense superiority in numbers the Bel«ians on Thursday afternoon were forced to fall back. Froiin the Strategical point of view the German "occupation is o£ no moment. Tue enemy has gained so much ground in the advance towards the 1' reach frontier. That is all. . _ . Reports from Nish, in Servia, which have been conhnned by re ports from St. Petersburg, states that siftvr a four days' battle the Servians defeated an Austrian army of. 110,000 men which had crossed the Drina near Loznitza. Tho Austrian defeat ended in u rout. Iheysut-J fered enormous losses. The bervi- j ans forcod a division of Austrian I troops to retire into a valley, when tho artillery.,,massacred..'''11*!1? f''°m the surrounding heights. U««nty Qve thousand Austriana were killod awl wounded, while 10,000 weie taken prisoners. The Anstnans abandoned 40 guns, mostly how itZSrS> August 23. ...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 28 August 1914
C H D R 0 hi SERVICES. Tlie following are the services for Sunday next:— Church of England.— Hopotonn, 11, Hopetoun East, 3.30, Beiilab 7..SO, Rev. E. C. W. Fli-is -hor. Baptist. — Hopetoun West 3.30., Hopetoun 11 and 7-, Pastor Geo. tlardenstle. Presbyterian.—Ilopitoun, 7, Uev. Eklrid&lt;je. Methodist. Hopetoun, 11 and 7, Rev. llobbs ; Rosebory, 11, i\Ir. Webster ; Hopevale, i5, "llev. Hobbs. Mistress—" Haven't you any re ferences ?" Maid—" I havf, but (hoy are liIce my ph jtographs—none of them does me justice." " "Why are you so ancjry with tli* doctor ?" aslced Mr. White of his \vif>'. "Because," she replied,">vhi-n I told hiin I had a terribly tired feeling hs told me to show my tongue." .
Football Notes. MALLEE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. THE DRAW. 29—Rosebery v. Hopetoun —Brim v. Beulah HOPETOUN v. BRIM. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 28 August 1914
Football Notes. .UALLEE FOOTBALL ASSOCIA TION. THE DRAW. 20—Rosobory v. Hopotoun —Brim v. Boulali HOPETOUN r. liRIil. Brim visited Hopetoun on Satur day last and were well represented. The three previous matches in which these teams competed Hope tonn were not once victorious, and the result of the game 011 Saturday showed they were oat for revenge. Ilnd Brim won this match the fate' of the Fra lklin trophy would have been practically decided, and J)e. *i'le3 having that honor conferred upon them, they would have been the holders of the preniforship for the season 19U. Thus n deal, oC interest was centred in the game and a large gathering witnessed the respective teams do battle. The locals had their best IS and wero led by H. Logan. Taylor captained the visitors. Richt from the be ginning of the first term Brim be gun by attacking the home team's defence. They hud the benefit of a slight breeze and very shortly a single was scored. Another behind came and Brim still kept up the att...
RAINFALL AT HOPETOUN. EXTENDING OVER A PERIOD OF THIRTY-SIX YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 28 August 1914
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 28 August 1914
2E52 ©iisloiil Australasia *w TESTIFY TO AKS; R £ C- Q TFi ?-fi E P4 D i pi lainmirpri 1 |i filfl l-i II 1 \ ajijitiifeji 11 Jl " fH m Ttf ./f^s i is b &%y Sif a NUR6E ENDRE3, of Burbon Street, Euiidaborg (Q.)i writes: " I was so ill I longed for the hour when I. would be at peace." Read her letter: CS»EW3EfcSVS TONiC LTD. " Until.two yean ago I followed tny profession of LADIES NURSE, residing tlien at Mt. Perry. Overwork brought on a TOTAL COLLAPSE OF MY NERVOUS SYSTEM. I was treated by several doctors, but grew worse, and became so low and suffered so' much that I despaired of ever being well again; in fact, ONE DOCTOR SAID THE END WAS VERY NEAR; nnd, indeed, I ONLY LONGED FOR THE HOUR WHEN I WOULD BE AT PEACE. A friend, who was most p:r sistent in her efforts, finally made me try Clements Tonic, AND IT PROVED MY SALVATION. Four bottles saw me up and about, and now, nllhoujih well advanced in years, I am strong and active, and well able to look alter the business 1 have. ...
HOPETOUN TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 28 August 1914
HOPETOUiN TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. The following subscribers are connected with the local telephone exchange:— 1. J. Poulton and Sons, farmers. 2. Gust and Son, shop & residence 3. Dennys, Lascelles, Ltd,, auc tioneers. 4. Iluf Bros., farmers. 5. C. G. Carter, implement maker S. Shire Hall. 7. A. Snell, baker, etc. 8. S. J. Webster, news agent, etc. 9. Miss Brown, Commercial Hotel 10. Matthams & Ackland, "Hope ton n Courier." 11. Water Commission Office. 12. W. A. Haliam,farmer. 13. Pertnewan, Wright & Co. 14. Electric Light Power Honse 15. Franklin's Club Hotel 1G. A. G. Downey, police station. 17 Al. C. B. M'Farlane, farmer 17 a2. A. O'Longhlin, farmer 17 a3. Chas. Poulton, farmer 17 a4. Balfour & Mayne, farmers 17 Ad. M. Giles, farmer
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 28 August 1914
To Subscribers. Subscribers to the Hope- toun Courier who do not receive the paper promptly and regularly are requested to at once notify - MATTHAMS & ACKLAND, &nbsp; Proprietors. GET YOUR printing DONE locally, And keep the Money in Circulation in your town. In fact buy everything you can locally. Why send away? NEW SYSTEM OF MUSIC. NORTON'S METHOD. Miss O. Basley IS Prepared to receive Pupils on the Piano in above system. Pupils can become proficient in 8 lessons. Fee, £1 10s; half in advance, balance at end of term. VISITING CARDS, BUSINESS CARDS, &c., Neatly and Promptly Executed at the COURIER office MISS O MATTHAMS, Hopetoun, wishes to notify that she is pre- pared to make Children's clothing and execute all kinds of white work.
NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 4 September 1914
NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTIONS. The following are the decisions of various courts on the subject;— 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as intending to renew the subscriptions. 2. If, subscribers order the discon tinuance of their newspaper, the publisher may continue to send it until all arrears are paid. j 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 J settled their bills and ordered their papers to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other places without informing the pub lisher, and the papers are sent to the former address, such subscribers are i held responsible j
Telephone Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 4 September 1914
Telephone Rates. The following are the telephone rates from. Hopetonn to various centres i .3 a«* ■ ■ rs s e s "".s S« h "a 3 Hopetoun to — a. d. 8- tl. Antwerp 73J 10 0 9 Arkona 78 14 10 Beulah 16 0 2 0 "2 Brim 251 0 4 0 Coromby 63} 10 0 Dimbooln P5 14 1 Galaquil Rail 16 0 2 0 Goroko . 130J 1 10 1 ftymliowen 12 il 1 10 1 Horsham 1074 1 10 1 Joparit - 011 10 0 ' Jung 76} 14 1 Katyil 80 1 4 1 Konmare 32 0 6 0 Lab 2f,i 0 4- 0 Jjiibeck 30} 14 1 Mollis " 38i 0 8 0 Minyip 561 10 0 MitroLakeS'tb 1121 1 10 \ Murtoa 601 10 0 Natimuk 1031 1 10 1 : Nullan 481 0 8 0 Pimpinio 97 1 4 1 Quantong 42} 0 8 0 Rosebery i> l 0 2 0 Hainbow 42J 0 8 0 Sheep Hills 48} 0 8 0 Stawell lor.V 1 10 1 Tarranyurk 07 j 10 0 Tectis liast 051 14 1 "Warrncknabeal 38^ 0 8 0 "YVillenabrina 39 0 8 0
RAINFALL AT HOPETOUN. EXTENDING OVER A PERIOD OF THIRTY-SIX YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 4 September 1914
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TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 4 September 1914
TO'OUR READERS. Very often an interesting item may come under your notice. You may witness some occurrence which way be of general interest to the public. "We invite you to send it along, -written in .a short, crisp style, the crisper the better. The editor will carefully peruse all communications, sent, whether they be in political, social, or other form, and they will be treated as strictly confidential. Ail items must, ho we ver, be we 11 au t h en ticatei I, and from a reliable source. All communications will be acknow ledged in the correspondence columns. Newspaper clippings are well ac ceptable, and facts about people, such as deaths, mariiages, social ■•vents, etc. Please write on one side of the paper.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 4 September 1914
Meetings. Hopetoun A. and P. Society. A GENERAL MEETING of the abovo So'jiety will ba hold at tlio Mechanics' Hall on Saturday, Sopt. 13, at 2 p.m. Uusinoss.—Appointment of indies, etc. HERBERT E. AOKLAND, Secretary, HOPETOUN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. riflllE monthly moutin!; of tho com JL mitteo of the above Institute will be held at tho II.-til on Monday Evening next, Sept. 7, at 8 p.m. E. ALM'TFIAMS, Secretary. Patriotic Meeting. A Public Meeting will bo hold at tho Mechanics' . Uall, liopeioun, on .Monday ovonius, S'jpt., 7, at 8 p.m. to take stop* in the direction of raising a Patriotic Fund. J. L. ROBERTS, Shiro Prosidont. HOPETOUN A. and P. Society. ANNUAL SHOW. Friday, 16th Oct., 1914. LIBERAL. PRIZE LIST. ENTRIES CLOSE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13. HERBERT E. ACKLAND, Secretary. A BUYER will bo present at Messrs. Dennys, bascellcs, Limito&lt;l's Yards, oil WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, at 11a.m., to purchaso re-mounts. Horses must bo from 4 to 0 years old and broken iu. . • • DENNYS, ...
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 4 September 1914
MAKE fOUR DISTRICT KN OWN. Concerning some purls of the dis trict news comes bnt seldom. This is not entirely our fault; we have no miraculous- power" of knowing what is happening at all the places within our area of circulation. It is the fault of miuents 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 yonr 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 after those trifles. The barest skeleton is enough. Write only on ono side of the paper. Giveinformation; but let criticism alone. r ' Write your name and -address on same corner—not. for '-publication,' but to'prove good faith,
Germans in Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 4 September 1914
Germans in Australia. I Ono gratifying foaturo in connoction with the dopl'irable war now raging in ICnropo. is tho loyalty of tho very many German citizens who have made Austra lia their home. Tho undermentioned metnorial,.wbieh is fully endorsed by tho Gorman residents of thia district, his been forwarded to His Excellency tbo Governor of Victoria, and should romove any doubts that may have previously ex isted in tho minds of some people :— Sir,—Ah reprc-onUtires of the Evan gelical Lutheran Synod in Australia, oastern district, we, tho undersigned, bes; to assure Your Excellency that although tho majority of the members comprising tho above church are of German descent, yet, being born in Australia or having be come naturalised, they are loyal subjects of Mis .Majesty Kins; George V. We boa to assure Your Excellency thit the members of tho Ijuthoran Church in Australia aro prepared, should tho neces sity arise, to sacrifice their property and their lives for tho welfare of the Em...
DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 4 September 1914
DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. ... ISfunmnfr, Septem'tier 16and-lT,^ Rupanyup, September IS. ^ Iloi-sbain, October 1 nnd 2. jMinyip, Oetobor G. Nhill, October 7. Warracknabeal, October 9. Beulali, Octobsr 13. Dioiboohi, October It. Hopctonn October LC. Stawell, October 1G. Joparit, October 20. Murton. October 21. • Kaiubow, October 215.