July 24 2014 - 12:00PM Throwback Thursday: July 15-21, 2004 | Photos MAIL-TIMES ARCHIVESLocal NewsfacebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentComments Throwback Thursday: July 15-21, 2004 | Photos Mark and Adele Pumpa have taken over Moe's Restaurant in Horsham.Edenhope's St Malachy's School's Chris Sondu feels the cold while playing for a Kowree team.Felicity Taylor, Helen Fitzgerald, Allen Knott and Jo Berry barrack for St Michaels.St Michaels' Nathan Kelly is tackled by Kowree's Hamish Ellis.Participant Joyce Fullerton, Member for Mallee John Forrest, Craig Wright and BRACE Employment Grampians area manager Angela Hont.Bob Mibus, Horsham Showground administrator Judith Bysouth and film-maker Malcolm McKinnon are looking for memorabilia from the Horsham Show for a documentary.Paul and Chris Aristides celebrate 400 and 500 games for Natimuk respectively.Noradjuha-Quantong's Heath Francis tackles Great Western's Bryce Pianta.Great Western's Dale Hurley lays down the law at three-quarter time.Great Western's Craig Cooper bears down on Bomber Tim Officer.Tim Mago gets out of a bunker on the first hole. He made par after a three-metre putt.Horsham's Chris Dunn tees off from the second hole.Less Than Perfection's Marcus Anyon from Stawell at Nexus in Horsham.Kate Baudinette of Adelaide reassures her daughter Madeline that the Mt William summit is just around the corner. Perishing conditions greeted the throng of sightseers who ventured to the snowline between the carpark and Mt William summit. Snow, hail and sleet and strong biting winds all made an appearance during the day, briefly broken by bursts of brilliant sunshine.Winter Fairyland: A brief burst of mid-winter sunshine replaces a snow shower and transforms the Grampians vista into a rarely seen snowy wonderland. A stunted Allocasaurina in the foreground is draped in a blanket of ice.Some wags go to great lengths to make a statement. This pic was taken at Ashens on the Murtoa-Lubeck road, beside a dam that was being slushed. Farmers are always keen to sample the free spoils that usually come their way by means of fishing with an excavator. In this instance it appears that one disgruntled farmer was not particularly impressed with the variety of fish he had hoped he would find for the dinner table. It may be that this large European carp was the only fish in the dam, and had made a meal of the other fish.Jason Templeton heads off from Horsham.Cockies Wally and Wilma welcome the State Cabinet to Edenhope.Theo Theophanous, Iluka's Mike Folwell, Steve Bracks and John Brumby launch Iluka at Douglas.Victorian Legal Aid board chairman John Howie, Rob Hulls, Victorian Legal Aid managing director Tony Parsons and Victorian Legal Aid Horsham solicitor in charge Rob Daly at the opening of the Victorian Legal Aid office in Darlot Street, Horsham.Rob Hulls visits Jannik Blair at St Brigid's College in Horsham.Rob Hulls, Hanne, Jannik and Peter Blair.Steve Bracks with most of the state cabinet at Edenhope.Anthony Caligan and Graeme Ussing.Johnny Mullagh statue in the museum at Harrow.Koori Elder Hazel McDonald and tribal Elder Uncle Jack Kennedy share a photo shoot with Premier Steve Bracks at Ebenezer Mission.Goolum Goolum's Alan Burns and Premier Steve Bracks pause for reflection at the Ebernezer Mission graveyard.Piping hopefuls Wimmera CMA's John Young, piping steering committee's Jo Bourke and Hindmarsh Mayor Darryl Argall.Bronwyn Pike, Gavin Jennings and Ken Taylor tour Warracknabeal Hospital.Horsham North Primary School's Emma Brizzi.Horsham North Primary School's Kalam Chester.Horsham North Primary School's Callum Bunting volleys.TweetFacebook of TAKE a step back in time with our Throwback Thursday gallery.facebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentCommentsFollow us Comments Discuss "Throwback Thursday: July 15-21, 2004 | Photos" Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms & Conditions.