Mys­tery movie

McIvor Times - - RABBIT STEW - 25 years ago The McIvor Times, Fe­bru­ary 12, 1992 50 years ago The McIvor Times, Fe­bru­ary 14, 1967 100 years ago The McIvor Times & Rod­ney Ad­ver­tiser, Fe­bru­ary 15, 1917 Mys­tery Movie: House Rules. Cider

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.

Answers

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

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