Can you work out the title of this 1999 movie release from the following clue?
The regulations relating to the abode of liquid from Granny Smiths kind.
The way we were
10 years ago The McIvor Times, February 17, 2007 A motion of no confidence in the McIvor Health and Community Services board of management was passed at a public meeting in Heathcote on Monday night … The meeting, called by resident Glen Carroll, was attended by about 200 people.
Heathcote’s new doctor Amy Zhou arrived in town yesterday to start work at Dr Son Quach’s High St Medical Centre.
Victorian Premier Steve Bracks and Water Minister John Thwaites have been slammed for snubbing Colbinabbin farmers and residents during a visit to the town last week to mark the start of works on the Waranga-Eppalock pipeline.
District author Sandra Slatter launched her book Celebrating Life at the Royal Melbourne Hospital Bone Marrow Transplant Unit's anniversary dinner last weekend.
Mia Mia resident Bernadette Campbell was recently awarded a scholarship to take part in the 2007 Loddon Murray Community Leadership Program.
Heathcote Junior Fire Brigade continued its hard work refining its skills at the Swan Hill Demo on Saturday … Success at Swan Hill came for Stephanie Wearne and Dallas Middleton in the under 17 Y coupling for two competitors…
Costerfield Primary School was closed by the Ministry of Education last Friday. The teacher, parents and five students received two days notice that the school could no longer remain open due to dwindling numbers.
Adrian Coffey of Tooborac has earned himself a place in the Victorian under 19 volleyball team, a fine effort made more so by the fact that he is only 16.
It is interesting to learn that Robert Rainey of Tooborac, President of the Heathcote Senior Young Farmers, has won the right to be the representative for the State Final North Central Areas interchange visit to New Zealand. Robert will now have to compete against five other Young Farmer area winners in the State Final to be held sometime this month. Judging by his performance at the Show Day opening of the new club room at Heathcote, he should just about blind em with science!
£1 Reward: Lost One Bay Pony Gelding, about six weeks ago, about 12 hands, cob tail, star, shows the white of his eyes, small lump on back. Last seen making his way from Corop to Romsey. The above reward will be paid to anyone sending information to W. Crothers, Corop P.O.
Notice: Rumours having been circulated in Costerfield and District to the effect that I, the undersigned, am a police pimp and, therefore, engaged, in underhand dealings amongst my fellow workman and associates, and as such a statement is utterly false and misleading, I hereby desire to give it an emphatic denial, and in furtherance and proof of such denial, I furthermore challenge the author or authors of such defamatory statements to lodge or forfeit £5 in proof. If such can be satisfactorily proved, then I hereby announce that I shall forfeit a like sum of £5; same to be donated in either case to the Heathcote Hospital - Samuel Jenkin, Costerfield.
At the last meeting of the McIvor Shire Council six householders at Argyle made application for the electric light to be installed in their premises. The work of extending the main line to accommodate these people was estimated at about £60. It was decided to comply with the request on the motion of Crs Farley and Watkins.
A first-class programme was screened by the Heathcote Fire Brigade Biograph last Saturday evening, over 9,000 feet of film being passed through the machine. One of the pictures (two reel) featured the world renowned Charlie Chaplin in one of his latest screams, “1am." No other artist taking part in this production, Charlie's acrobatic movements caused much laughter, while others of the large audience were amazed.
On Monday night about 9 o'clock the whistle at the Bombay mine blew one long whistle. Some of the residents hearing it hurried to the mine and found that the gas which had been escaping from the pipe in the residence of Mr Doyle had become ignited and blazing along the wall inside. However, plenty of help was at hand and the flame was subdued by turning the gas off. The damage done to the building is not great, it being merely scorched on the inside.
Have a laugh
St Peter and Satan were arguing one day about the rules and regulations of the game that is football. Satan proposed a game to be played on a neutral ground between a select team from the heavenly host and his own handpicked boys. ‘‘Very well,’’ said the gatekeeper of Heaven. ‘‘But you realise, I hope, that we have got all the good players and the best coaches.’’ ‘‘I know and that’s all right,’’ Satan answered unperturbed. ‘‘We've got all the umpires.’’
Johnny and Rosie were spending the day watching old John Wayne movies when Johnny remarked he wouldn't want to live in a vegetative state dependant on fluids to live. Rosie got up, unplugged the TV and threw out all his beer.
Quote of the week
“Just being there for someone can sometimes bring hope when all seems hopeless.”
— Dave G Llewellyn.
Brainteaser: They are triplets. Trivia: 1. a. Osama Bin Laden, 2. b. 12, 3. b. John W Creasy, 4. d. Matt Damon, 5. a. 2010. The