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FARM HANDS OFFERED BRIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 11 September 1914

FARM HAND9 OFFERED BRIDES.. T?ivG-girls as wives were oftWed. says the New.'York correspondent of . *he " Daily Express," its' buit for barresters'by Ambrose Huntington, who owns a. farm near Giltnpr, Nebraska. Iinntiugton had the following signboard posted on the highway in front of his house :— "I need fiva harvest hands for more than a ..month, Wages 12s a day, chicken once a day ; washing mending, and a bed in the hay mow. 'Every worthy young man hired will have a chance to marry one of my five pretty daughters. If he wins one of them, be sets 160 .acres of Jand thrown in. "But he's got to make good in more ways than , on p.1' Fifty-three candidates for employ ment and prospective matrimony applied within a week. The five chosen oiies were put to work in the wheat- fl^ds. .The girls range in age ■ r \ O Oli ' <•«lq Speaker—"Oh, iny friend?, it makes mo sat! when I think of the days that are gone, when I look aronnil and miss the old familiar faces I used to shake hand...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 11 September 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. The following are the services for Sunday next:— Church of England.— Hopetonn, 11, Ilopetoun E;ist, 3.30, Beulalx 7.30, Rev. E. C. W. Fleischer. .. Baptist. — Hopetoun West 3.30., Hopetonn 11 and 7, Pastor Geo." Hardcastle. Methodist.—Hopetonn, 11 and 7, Rev. W. Hobbs ; Rosebery, 11, Mr. Donnan.

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Telephone Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 11 September 1914

Telephone Rates. The following are the telephone rates from Hopetoun to various ) centres m „ a fj CO := E s g 13. S £ « « e Hopetoun to — B. d. 8. Antwerp 73} 10 ? Arkonti 78 1 4 1 Beulab 10 0 2 0 Brim 25} 0 4. 0 Corotnby 63| J 0 0 Dimboola 85 1 4. 1 Galaquil Rail 16 0 2 0 Goroke 130} 1 10 .1 Gymbowen 12'A} 1 10 .1 Horsbam 107i 1 10 1 Jeparit 61 i 1 0 0 Jung ' ~ 705 14 1 Xatyil • 80 } 4 1 Ken mar a 32 0 6 0 Lab 251 0 4 0 Lubeck 80} 14 1 Mollis 38} 0 8 0 Minyip 86} 10 0 Mitre LakoS'th 112} 1 10 1 Murtoa 69} 10 9 Natimuk 103} 1 10 1 Nullan 48} 0 8 0, Pimpinio 97 1 4 1 Quantone 421 0 8 0 Kosebery 8} 0 2 0 Hainbow 42} 0 8 0 Sheep Hills . 48} 0 8 0 Stawell 105} 1 10 1 Tarranyurk 67} 1 0 0 Yoctisliast 95} 14 1 Wnrracknabeal 38} 0 8 0 Willenabrina 3'J 0 8 0

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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RAINFALL AT HOPETOUN. EXTENDING OVER A PERIOD OF THIRTY-SIX YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 11 September 1914

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Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 11 September 1914

Advertise in tho HOPETOUN COURIER.

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 11 September 1914

<SS- GET YOUR PRINTING DONE LOCALLY, And keep tbo Money in Circulation in your town. In fact buy everything tou can locally. Why send awny ? VISITING CARDS, BUSINESS CAltDS, &c„ Neatly and Promptly Executed at tbe COUEIEB OFFICE MISS 0 MATTHAMS, Hopetoun, wishes to notify that she is pre pared to make Children.!, clothing and execute all kinds of white work. FRUITERER, GREENGROCER, CONFECTIONER, &C., &o., LASCELLES ST., HOPETOUN, HOPETOUN. A Varied Assortment of - Frealf Frnit and Vegetables By every Train Ice Cream a Specialty. Iced Summer Drinks of all kinds; Give me one trial and you'll INCOME BACK. Horse and Gig for Hire.

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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COURSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 11 September 1914

coujasrso srorass. The Hopetonn' Coursing Clnb applied for anil was granted per mission to run an extra, .meeting tliis season, and the dale selected whs Wednesday last. However, pro bably through the warm weather coining on, and the scarcity of dis trict dogs in training,', sufJieieot nominations were not forthcoming, to hold the meeting, so conrsing is now over in this diairict for another year. Despite the very unfavorable winter for this ..popular sport the I local club was about the only one— if not the only 0116; in th* Wiminera that fulfilled all the fixtures.allotted to it, with th« exception of tho extra one alluded to above. The meetings were very successful and in every 'instance the stake was got through easily in bno day. Owing.to the admirable coursing- paddocks gener ously placed ; at the Otto of'the; club, .Jfc.Mfc Thos. H.\"bher and Mr. W.' A. Hallam, of Goyiira, the going was always splendid for the Jogs, consequently lame animals' were unheard of. A good deil of- ...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Horses' Fatal Meal. WHEAT BY THE ROADSIDE. HIGH COURT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 11 September 1914

Horses' Fatal j Meal. WHEAT BY THE ROADSIDE. HIGH COURT DECISION. The stolon feast of whait by a team of horses on tho Swan Hill rind last Fobru, ary ended disastrously to the horses at tho timo, and has since involvod the ownors of tho horses and if tho wheat in litigation, which, after paismg through the County Court anil tha State Supremo' Court, reached the High Court on Tues day, when tho owner of thi horses sought le&vo to appeal against tto decision of tho State Suprome Court. ■ On February 12, tho horses, which be longed to John Haniion,af6-r being fed, were let out on to the Nyth-Swnn ilill road, as usual, to make then way, unat tended, to a paddock about iovon miles down the road. Along th'» road over which they passed Alexander Duncan M'Larty had loft a load of wtoat, drawn up by the fence on one side, vitli a <tni> chainod to a wheol to protott it.. The horses coming along seized tao oppor tunity to make a foast upon tho wheat —a meal which, while g...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mission Work in Africa. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 11 September 1914

Mission Work in Africa. A most investing lecturo on Mission work al>r'S the West coast of Africa, including, the Congo, Togo Land, arid the Gold Coast— Belgian, Geruiin, British and French territories-'—was delivered by MivBroome P.-Sinith,, F:It.G.S., at the local hall on-Friday evouing, 4th inst. A large audience listened with rapt attention,. The views shown woro from photographs taken by the speaker during his 23 years' sorvico on' behalf of the Church Missionary Association. -Mr. Smith also labored- in Mada gascar, his chief work -being pio neering and 'translation, - of the Bible. He has .aoiiio remarkable views depicting Cannibalism and the brutalities iu tlie rubber dis tricts of the Congo, of which we heard so much; a, year- or so:ago ; besides some .- excellent -testimony of the value^ of. jtiVe.,wi>r-k converting,the* heatton ^iaiud,-' one of the in oat noteworthy • being: the building of a .church as the-.out come of the conversion of. a blind man, who hhd been tau...

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 — 11 September 1914

MrciCTFN'GS. Hopetoun A. arid P. Society. A GENERAL MEETING of tlio iibovu Society will bo hold at the Mochauics' Hall on Saturday, Sept. 12, at 2 p.m. Businoss.—Appointment of judges, etc. HERBERT E. ACKijAND, Secretary. Hopetoun Tennis Club. TUP. ANNUAL MEETING of the above Club will be hold at tho Mechanics' Hall this (FridayJ evoniii};, at 8 p.m. Business.—Adoption of balance sheet, election of officers,'etc. It. A. G. DENNIS. i!zr'~'r' Hon. See. Hopetoun Rifle Club. A GENERAL MEETING of the above Club will bo hold at tho Club Hotel to-morrow, evoning, Sept., 12th., at 8 o'clock. ' W; THOMPSON, Hon, See. ■PUBiiio Notices. Tenders. TENDERS ore invited' for Erection oE about' 140 chains foucins; "on allotment 20, Nypo (Utjdwn as Bruce's). For particulars apply.to th'o undersigned. Tenders eloso 17tli September. 1914. M.A.BRENNAN, Hopetoun. To Let.. COMFORTABLE Five-roomed - house to let. Kent reasonable. Apply, W. RICHARDS. Eggs for Hatching. EGGS for Salo from Birds purchased fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 11 September 1914

"Last, night my wife. an<bmyself ha:l the moat foolish sqnnbblo of our married career." ".What, was the Bubject ofyour dispute?" ".'How wo would invest our money if we had any." " Hiram E. Calcler," for.ton years a popular resident at Tampa, Florida, who died in the' hospital in that town, was discovered 'to! Have been a woman in disguise. rGalderar rived at Tampa frotn Korfolk, Vir ginia, with a woman supposed to have been "his" wife.' She died two j'ears ago without revealing her companion's secret. " O.ililer and the supposed wife were! persons of refinement. . They were regarded as an exceptionally happy couple. There was no clue to th^identity of either of tho women. CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLLTS Will norfulst* Ysur sowatet

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 11 September 1914

MAKE fODR DISTRICT KNOWN. ; Concerning somo parts of the dis trict news comes but seldom. This is not entirely our fan it • we have no miraculous power of knowing wluit is happening at all the places within our area of circulation. It is the fault of residents in the silent places. Will some man or woman take the matter 111 hand and cause the silence to cease, ' ' If no one i9 doing it for yotir district, will you try on these lines? Send accounts of public antisocial events in your township and neigh borhood* siich as weddings; deaths, accidents, concerts, matters touching district industries, etd. Write the names of persbns very distinctly. Don't bother about grammar or spelling ; it's tlie editor's work to look atter those trifles; The barest skeleton is enough. Write only on one side of tho paper. Giveinformatiou; but let criticism alone. Write your name and address on same corner-=-not for pnblicationj bat to prove good faittu

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MONKEY GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 11 September 1914

A MONKEY GIRL. Tho Calcutta correapondint of the " Morning Post" reports a remark able discovery in the jungles of Nainital. This isafemale''monkoy child," described as a sort of female Mowgi. The little creature, ap parently about nine years old, is said to have a tremendous mat of i hair on her head, anda thio£ gro wth of hair down each side of her face and down the spine ; but .there are two decisive facts which prove that she is a child, not a monkey—her.' vaccination marks;anil her perfectly uprightcarriage. HereiUingYosture "is. that of a monkey, ho jwal.l Uer actions, She is,5 of course, unable to talk. The indicatiohi:'aro that she was abandoned in in fancy and tkat monkeys were her foster-parents. The natives in tho .bazaar, however, declare that the child was reared by. bears. v--: .

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 11 September 1914

NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTIONS^ o — The following are the decisions of various coiirts 011 the subject 1. Subscribers who do not givd express notice to the contrary ard considered as intending to renew the subscriptions. 2. If subscribers order the discona tinnance of their newspaper, thS publisher niay continue to send it until all arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect dr refuse to take their papers from the posS ofRce to which they are directed^ they are ^sponsible until they hav4 settled their bills aud ordered theiif papers td be discontinued.' 1-. If subscribers move to othesf places without informing the pub* lisher, arid the papers are sent to tlwf former address,'such subscribers ar£. held responsible

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 11 September 1914

Public Notice. UNTIL further uotico my Shop will bp open only 0110 day por wook, I viz.. every S.VTt.JltDAY, all dny. ' WM. B HOOKS. Blacksmith, Hopetoun.

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 11 September 1914

WILL FORJIS for Sale at the COUKIEl' OFfECfc. To Subscribers. SUBSCRIBKRS to tho nOPK« TO UN UOUUIEK who do not leceivo the paper promotlf and regularly are requested to *& once notify M^TT£AM.S & ACKLAXDi, Proprieissb

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Beulah. R.C. Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 11 September 1914

.SBttlfililSi. (FROM OUR OWX CORRESPONDENT.) R.'C. Bail. A very successful ball wits hold on the 2nd inst., u'ndor the auspices of the .local Roman Catholic Church committee. Tho hall was very nicely decorated, and the music supplied by Messrs. Towers and O'Lou^hliu, of Warracknabeal, was. specially good. There was a big number of couples upon tho floor, besides a large gathering of specta tors. Supper was partaken of about midnight, and dancing was con tinued until well on into tho morn ing hours. The financial result of the ball will be excellent. • * « Tennis. At the annual meeting of the Tennis Clnb the following "officers were fleeted for (he ensuing 12 months, viz.:—President, Mr, J. W. Cust (re-elected) ; vice-presidents, Messrs. J. King, 0. Huntsman and S. E. Bullen ; secretary, Mr. T. A. Whitney ; general committee, Mes srs. Miles, Teare, Dr. Morgan, and officers ; match committee, Messrs. Miles, Teare and Bullen. The sub scription fees were fixed at gents, 7s Gd ; ladies, ...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SHOWS [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 11 September 1914

DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SHn\y* -r fratimnk, September 16 and 1?«. Rnpanynp, September IS. Horsham, October 1 and 2. Minyip, October 6. Nhill, October 7. Warracknabeal, October 9. Beulah, October 13. Dimboola, October 14. Hopetonn October 1(5. Stawell, October 1G. Jeparifc, October 20. Murtoa, October 21. Rainbow, October 2o.

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Disastrous Fire at Sea Lake. SIXTEEN BUSINESS PLACES BURNT. Sea Lake, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 11 September 1914

Disastrous Fire at Sea Lake. SIXTEEN BUSINESS PLACES BURNT. Sea Lake. Sunday. A fire broke out in Jiaafc streot, Sea Lake, last ni^'bt, at about « quarter past 10 o'clock, and de stroyed portion of one side of tin* street. Sixteen shops were burnt to the ground, and the bank of Vic toria, wiiich is the last.building on the wtBt end of the town, <vns partly destroyed. • Tto fire ■ Oligu nated in . Stubbs' drapery and news-' agency, through a kerosene lamp exploding, and being an old wooden building, containing inflammable material, the store was soon beyond all' aid. The lire brigade with tbeir inferior appliances, were unable to check the fire, which soon got a hold on Kirch nor's bakery shop, then Howard's Proprietary Ltd. drapery and grocery shop went, fol lowed by Mrs. Donnelly's fruit shop, and Arundel's boot shop. The timely removal oC a wooden structure of two rooms prevented the fire spreading further east. On the west side of Stubbs' first to go wa3 Dennis' barber...

Publication Title: Hopetoun Courier And Mallee Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hopetoun Courier and Mallee Pioneer — 11 September 1914

Warning. Ot'TICAL QUACKS are very'niim&fc ous in this country. They travel from houso to houso preying upon tbi weak and old with promises of inarvo!, lous cures of all kinds of " eye troublos,'* with a patented " famous fictitious namod Ions." From timo to time I hare tried Id warn you. Optical Fakers are iu tbi country every week. Reliable men dd not travel from houso to house. If yoii get " bit'' you will havo no one to b!am4 but yourself. In addition to tbe swind ling done by such grafters, the harm and injuries they sell cannot be over esti< mated. The people should consider carefully the ropntation and honesty of tho mai)i v' whom they entrust with their eyes. I visit your town overy six weeks ana hold consnltations at tho Commercial Hotel. I do not canvass from houso t<5 ■ houso. Professional men do not do tha* sort of thins. My visit to your district will be dul* anuounced. S. B, Abotomey, Fellow Spencor Optical Institute, Follow Victorian Optic...

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