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3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
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2 noelwoodhouse 3,897,575
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,406
5 Rhonda.M 3,095,194
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Advertising (Advertising), The Yalgoo Observer and Murchison Chronicle (Meekatharra, WA : 1923 - 1941), Thursday 29 January 1931 page 3 2019-10-17 19:19 Fruit for tlie Family!
brewers frail »is!ri&Hlifl|
Ass^iifiOH.
Fruit for the Family !
Growers fruit Distributing
Association.
Sheffield Shield. (Article), The Yalgoo Observer and Murchison Chronicle (Meekatharra, WA : 1923 - 1941), Thursday 29 January 1931 page 3 2019-10-17 19:10 Of the/three matches to lie played-by
Victoiia against New South Wales, South
Australia and Queensland,"Victona" is.iin"
a strong.position in the match against
Njew South "Wales, having a lead of _ 110
Tuns on the .first^ innings,. and the latter
will want to make three to four hundred;
jrans to have a ch'mce. • Although . the
«ide»went for a moderate score, 196, they
jba«e the batsmen to get such a score, but
it temains to be '««een jvhetber the bowlers
of;ipe side can dismiss Victona. for le§s"
than 9 for 306 made by , them in their
first innings,- to which O'Brien 1 119, v Rifig
25' -Hendry 39, Ryder 31, Barnett 23
and Blackie 28 were the chief contributors
Woodfiill "and Ponsford were not, play/
• Fairfax was "best bat forNS/W. making
46. The |)est'howlers were McCabe with
4 for 40, Fairfax 2 for fiS.Hooker 2 for 44
Of the three matches to be played by
Victoria against New South Wales, South
Australia and Queensland, Victoria is in
a strong position in the match against
New South Wales, having a lead of 110
runs on the first innings, and the latter
runs to have a chance. Although the
side went for a moderate score, 196, they
have the batsmen to get such a score, but
it remains to be seen whether the bowlers
of the side can dismiss Victoria for less
than 9 for 306 made by them in their
first innings, to which O'Brien 119, Rigg
25, Hendry 39, Ryder 31, Barnett 23
and Blackie 28 were the chief contributors.
Woodfull and Ponsford were not, play-
Fairfax was best bat for N.S.W. making
46. The best bowlers were McCabe with
4 for 40, Fairfax 2 for 68, Hooker 2 for 44.
General News. (Article), The Yalgoo Observer and Murchison Chronicle (Meekatharra, WA : 1923 - 1941), Thursday 29 January 1931 page 3 2019-10-17 19:05 sheia aiu^ ^amilies.Teeeiv--;.
wage and
'•single persons necking less than
wi«ii ; per a nnam."; f;Anyo e eise
will have ^ to , iipf and
Dlea6ant. OuraovicetOTeRrdents
hospital funds and;make sure of
free treatment, for a bird.van ; the
hand is worth two in tbe bush.
^P^TORALISTS PROTEST.,
; "pastoralists from ihue^ aroiyid
Will meet- Saturday .afternoon in
position. We undertand that the
chief ijiatters fpr discussion will
be the reyisibn of wool
levied rente and road rates.
married men and families receiv-
ing less than the basic wage and
single persons receiving less than
£150 per annum. Anyone else
will have to pay up and look
pleasant. Our advice to residents
hospital funds and make sure of
free treatment, for a bird in the
hand is worth two in the bush.
PASTORALISTS PROTEST.
Pastoralists from miles around
will meet Saturday afternoon in
position. We understand that the
chief matters for discussion will
be the revision of wool freights,
levied rents and road rates.
General News. (Article), The Yalgoo Observer and Murchison Chronicle (Meekatharra, WA : 1923 - 1941), Thursday 29 January 1931 page 3 2019-10-17 19:02 iiiaye
3ust one^iftpf© . think Coming.
Free abcb^impdatiOn and medicine:
is ^ortlyS the privil^gei'-dfmarried
just one more think coming.
Free accommofation and medi-
cine is only the priviledge of
General News. (Article), The Yalgoo Observer and Murchison Chronicle (Meekatharra, WA : 1923 - 1941), Thursday 29 January 1931 page 3 2019-10-17 19:01 General JNews.
V •
Ther Imperial Monarch, which
has been at .the new wharf for
sf»ih3e jfliys, • completed her loading
oh ^I^rsday.:Jasti ) "She had
thieii'^ail^M^besbags
of whea^ -whicir^^is' thfe largest
ciargo c^ wh^^oac^i^i^jGheradton.
She is^iaVing %p|^iviBri8eaj6i'
^PeQpleswho believe that the
n
i they Spay off their
.week entitles tbeni
to^jiTr^^ip^tal^^^^
General News.
The Imperial Monarch, which
has been at the new wharf for
some days, completed her load-
ing on Thursday last. She had
then under hatches 104,056 bags
of wheat, which is the largest
cargo of wheat loaded at Gerad-
ton. She is leaving for overseas.
Pool.
People who believe that the
1½d in the £ they pay off their
wages each week entitles them
to free hospital treatment have
Nannine to Play Meekatharra. (Article), The Yalgoo Observer and Murchison Chronicle (Meekatharra, WA : 1923 - 1941), Thursday 29 January 1931 page 3 2019-10-17 18:57 Nai^nine to P|ay Meekatharra '
' Information has reafched th|sOffice that
NanninewiH^sifMeekathB^ onSunday
next to return the yzsit made t>y the local
team on tbe'lJth ib6t: "'V . ^
A meeting'was to have be<en held on
Tuesday night, but owing to tfae.secfetary
not being able to attishd. the meeting wjl.
take place on Thursday night. . ' ••
; Frovided2^annine have improved since
the last match and shbuld Nairn play tor
thoina infcrestmg match should be witessed,
anid with play commencing about
by six., • - '. ' -.-'; • •
Nannine to Play Meekatharra .
Information has reached this office that
Nannine will visit Meekatharra on Sunday
next to return the visit made by the local
team on the 11th inst.
A meeting was to have been held on
Tuesday night, but owing to the secretary
not being able to attend, the meeting will
Provided Nannine have improved since
the last match and should Nairn play for
them a interesting match should be wit-
nessed, and with play commencing about
by six.
Cue to Play Nannine. (Article), The Yalgoo Observer and Murchison Chronicle (Meekatharra, WA : 1923 - 1941), Thursday 29 January 1931 page 3 2019-10-17 18:54 fight for her e's as it will be remem-
fight for her ??e's as it will be remem-
Cue to Play Nannine. (Article), The Yalgoo Observer and Murchison Chronicle (Meekatharra, WA : 1923 - 1941), Thursday 29 January 1931 page 3 2019-10-17 18:48 ' ./Cue to Pldy Nannine. .
v At-eport has reached this o,ffic8 that
Cup have notified Nannine that they - will
visit that centre on the Sth of 'February
to returii the .visit made by -Nannine a
-short time ago. ; It not known whather
.Morris or - Smith, Cue's stalwarts,' may
to things, and try to make Cue
fuat fur her .;.-.«•• as it will be remem
bered Cue "W«j<» t .1! last m -tch. played
between th«>se teams' by an innings and
about SO runs. . •
Cue to Play Nannine.
A report has reached this office that
Cup have notified Nannine that they will
visit that centre on the 8th of February
to return the visit made by Nannine a
short time ago. It is not known whether
.Morris or Smith, Cue's stalwarts, may
down to things and try to make Cue
fight for her e's as it will be remem-
bered Cue won the last match played
between these teams by an innings and
about 80 runs.
Bradman and Bill Shine. (Article), The Yalgoo Observer and Murchison Chronicle (Meekatharra, WA : 1923 - 1941), Thursday 29 January 1931 page 3 2019-10-17 18:44 ot tbe game has turned in their favou
there is rime to play the game out to a
play-out and therefore win on the first
innings. The report reads
New South Wales seconS innings—four
tor 382. Bradraan not out 20S, and Bill
of the game has turned in their favour
there is time to play the game out to a
play out and therefore win on the first
innings. The report reads :--
New South Wales second innings—four
for 382. Bradman not out 208, and Bill
THE TURF. W.A.T.C. RESULTS-SATURDAY. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Yalgoo Observer and Murchison Chronicle (Meekatharra, WA : 1923 - 1941), Thursday 29 January 1931 page 3 2019-10-17 18:42 T H E i T i R F . .
W A'T.e. RESULTS-SATURDAY.
Windsor Hep. — Quintibo. My Crest.
Golden Mile. 10 to 1 Qhtntino. ;
Plate—Air Lord, Kqoraihelja, Prince
Paladin. 11/2 Air Lord. . ,.
Carnival Hep—Fair j feriain, Branchy,
Sarchinate. to 1 Fair'Grain. • , ,
King's Park" Hep—Bonny Note, Dawn
Waylen Plate—Mary's Day, TD^ncing
Walter—Gloaman, Segrav^, Lilt 2 to
1 Gloaman. ' f '" v / "
THE TURF.
W.A.T.C. RESULTS-SATURDAY.
Windsor Hcp. — Quintino. My Crest.
Golden Mile. 10 to 1 Quintino.
Plate—Air Lord, Koorathella, Prince
Paladin. 11/2 Air Lord.
Carnival Hcp—Fair Grain, Branchy,
Sarchinate. 6 to 1 Fair Grain.
King's Park Hcp—Bonny Note, Dawn
Waylen Plate—Mary's Day, Dancing
Welter—Gloaman, Segrave, Lilt 2 to
1 Gloaman.

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