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THE MECHANICS' IMBROGLIO. LATE SECRETARY'S DEFICIENCIES. LAWYER'S OPINION RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 April 1914
THE MECHANICS' IM. BROGLIO. LATE SECRETARY'S DEFI. CIENCIES. LAWYER'S OPINION RECEIVED. A meeting of the committee of the Shepparton Moohanies' Institute and Working Men's club was held on Tues day night, for the purpose of receiving the solicitor's (Mr W M'C Abernethy) opinion as to the committee's resnonsi bility re prosecuting tile lato secretary (Mr H Bowdon) for alleged irrogularities in connection with the finances of the institute. There wore present-Mr G V Furphy (president), W GibbS, N Colliver, C Bailey, A Clydesdalo A Whitohcad, J Kendail, J Sutherland, J 0 Gourley, F H Cooper, F M'Naughton, E J Vibert, A Henderson, J Pick (treasurer), J T Pink (secretary). Mr Kendall said that as directed, he waited upon Mr Abernethy and sub mitted the auditor's report and Mr Munlz's motion to him. Ho had asked no questions of the legal gentleman, nor had he answered any. Mr. Aber nethy was not quitne clear as to the meaning of the motion, so Mr Muntz was brought into theo oltice, and he...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE AT THE CORPORATION YARDS. SHEPPARTON PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 April 1914
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGEN CE --s- AT THE CORPORATION YARDS. SHEPPARTON PIG MARKET. Very-short yarding of pigs forward on MRonday to feir attendance of buyers, bacon pig sales opening dull with a ton doney to firm at close. All classes were slightly easier than previous market, total penned being only 85 head, ioclud ing 12 b.con pigs only, with odd pen of pork, also baccn stores, the remainder being young stores, slips and suckers, Quotations:-Extra heavy and prime bacon to 693, good bacon 58 to .6L0s, medium do 51s to 52s, back fate to 618, feeders 47e to 50s 63, small stores 28s to 30s, big stores up to 89J 6d, do slips 22s to 27s, suckers quality 163 to 17s, second do 133 to 15s,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 April 1914
BABIES. Babies are Australia's best immigrants, but in many homes baby does not ap. pear, greatly to the disappointment of husband and wife. Ladies so disap pointed are strongly advised to consult the highly qualified lady representative of the "Natura" Health Co., Melbourne, on her visit, and learn from her how the blessing. of motherhood can be made easily possible by means of the wonder ful "Natura" Home Treatment, that has brought baby to so very many homes, restored thousands of women and girls to perfect health, and saved many from an operation. No charge whatever is made for consultations or advice. The visit takes place on 28th April, when the Company's representative may be seen at the Court House Hotel from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Meanwhile, send 2d postage for free " Natura " Health Guide, giving valuable information on the subject, to Dept. A.O., " Natura ' Health Co., 49 Elizabeth-street, Mol bourno YOU SHOULD BE DETER. MINED n rejecting the worthless and fre quently injuriou...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 April 1914
MELBOURNE MARIKETS. Fat Cattle.-264b yardeJ. Prime pens of bullocke £12 10a to £14, extra £15 to £16 12s 6d, odd beasts to £17 103, good pens of bullooks £10 15s to £12, good light and handy weights £8 10s to £9 7a 6d, second and inferior from £6 12s 63, prime pens of cwa £8 53 to £9 5e, extra do £10 to £11 17s 61, odd beasts to £15-17a 6d, good pens of cows £6 10a to £8, second do £5 to £6, in ferior cows from £2 12s 6d. Fat Sheep.-22,000 yarded. Prime crossbred wethers 23s to 25s 9d, extra 27e to 29s 63, a few pens to 31e 8d, good crossbred wethers 20s to 22s 3d, second do 16s 6d to 19s 6d, inferior do to 14s 9d, prime crosebred owes 20s to 22s, extra do 23s to 263 Id, a few to 29s, good do 17 63 to lo 6d, second do from 14s 3d to 16s 63, inferior from 10s. Prime merino wethors 20a to 23s 6d, extra 21s.6d to 28s, good do 16s 9d to 193 Gd, merino ewes 8S 6d to 19s 3d, low.conditioned owes from 6s 61. Fat Lambe.-11,100 penned. Prime 14s 9d to 17s'-extra 178 6d to 19s Gd, with occasi...
SHEPPARTON SHEEP MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 April 1914
SHEPPARTON SHEEP MARKET. A full yarding of sheep forward to good attendance of buyers. All classes of sheep represented. Market very firm for all sheep showing quality; both in store and fat sheep. Total penned 9500, including 1219 in the fat pens. Total clearance of fat baeep effected. Quotations:-Prime crossbred wethers 20s to 25s, good crossbred wethers 185 41 to 190 83; prime merinoo wothers 17s 61 to 19s 61; medium do 153 to 16s; comeback wetheres 17s to 17s 93 ; prime cross ewes 21s to 24s 01; good cross ewes 163 to 17s 33; medium do 15s to 153 83 ; merino eowes 12s to 163; lambs (good) 163 to 17s 81; medium do 133 63 to 15s.
Spoiling the Fun. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 April 1914
Spoiling the Fun. It was a sweet, sad play, and there was hardly a dry handkerchief in the house. But one man in. the pit irrita ted his neighbors excessively by re fusing to take the performance in the proper spirit. Instead of weeping, he laughed. While others were mopping their: eyes and endeavoring to stifle 'I d-don't know what brought y-you .I- here." ..she sobbed. with stryan?ing eyes.: and pressing her hlald against her aching heart: "tb,,t if y-you don't like the p-n'.. S, you might I-let other " ? t.r enjoy-.it!'' . - Plenty of young men who start out into the world never get any farther than the city.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 April 1914
PHIENIX ASSURANCE CO. LTD. ESTD. 1782. WORKERS' COMPENSATION. FIRE. ACCIDENT. LOSSES PAID EXCEED £90,000,000. Losses by BUSH FIRES and by LIOC TNING are made good by this Company. AGENTS WANTED. vI-TOrmar 461 To 471 B URKE ST., OFFICE: MELBOURNE. DALCETY & CO LTd., ACENTS. An Irish soldier was crossing a bar rack square with a pail in which he was going to get some water. A sergeant, passing at the time, no ticed that Pat had a very disreputable looking pair of trousers on, and, wish ing to make a report, stopped the man and asked.- t' "Where are you going?" "To get some water." "What! In those trousers?" "No, sergeant. In the pail!" Young Henderson, who has gradu ated in medicine, is very fond of giv ing wise opinions on all matters. One day, while calling on an elderly wo man, she remarked: "One of the greatest sorrows in my life is that I have never had any chil dren." "Ah!" said Henderson. "Perhaps it was-a-hereditary. Did your mother have any children?" POULTRY FOR EXPO...
No Regrets. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 April 1914
No Regrets. "Yes," said the retired insurance agent, "I -once got a man to take out a £10,000 life policy only the day before he was killed, and it took a lot of coaxing to do it." "I expect you wished your persuas ive powers had not been so success ful!" "Well, hardly. You see, I married the widow." At Eye, Suffolk, not a single sum mons against a ratepayer has been issued for twenty-three years. At Eye "owe yous" are unknown.
HIS TWENTY-FIFTH OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 April 1914
-HIS TWENTY-FIFTH: OPERATION: At Yuma, Michigan, a young man named Fred Maybury recently under went his twenty-fifth surgical opera tion. He is only twenty-four years of age, and the' operations have all been performed within the last ten years. He has had one leg, one hand, one eye, the appendix, and arm bones removed. It was thought at first that Maybury held the record, but inquiry reveals his as an ordinary case by comparison In Chicago, during the years 1906 to 1910, a man named Peter Halliday was operated on thirty-two times. He had both arms, both legs, one ear, his nose, his appendix, one kidney, and a portion of his skull removed. He was in three railroad smash-ups, and then contracted cancer. Through it all he preserved an imperturable nerve. He took the prospect of losing his eyes as a blessing. "I won't be able to see what a hulk I am," he told the doctors. And this remarkable case is surpass by that of Matthew Sillcox, of St. Louis. He had both legs and arms re moved, t...
MISSIONARIES ATTACKED IN THE NEW HEBRIDES. SEVEN SHOT AND EATEN. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
MISSIONARIES ATTACKED IN THE NEW HEBRIDES. SEVEN SHOT AND EATEN. Pastor C H Parker, ex-president of the Victoria-Tasmania Confer ence of Seventh Day Adventists, who, with Mrs Parker is stationed at Atchin, New Hebrides, writes ,to a Melbourne friend as follows concerning the recent murder of native missionaries :-" Sunday, February 22nd. was a sad day for the Presbyterian mission in this district. Just a few miles from our mission, seven of their native missionaries were shot down, roasted, and eaten. The following Wednesday the missionary that has charge of this district came and removed his two native teachers, telling me that he did not consider it safe for them to remain, as there was a plot to kill everyone that wore calico, and that the Atchin people were the cause of it. We are now left alone with these people. We could not leave if we wanted to do so, as we have no boat by which to take passage. There is no communication be tween the natives of this island and Walo and Rano,...
THE LADY'S HACK. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
THE LA.DY'S HACK. --4---. By E.F. (SeuEPPARTO.). Step it out, my eatin.coated Lady's hack, With your minane, by breezes flated. Streaming back, To the time of magpies singing, And the sound of hoof-beats tinging, Past the cattle slowly stringing Down the track. Fast from grim old Care I'm riding, While I feel you 'neath me striding; And I watch the tree-trunks gliding Grim end black : Over fallen logs we're rushing Thro' the hanging boughs we're brushing, Lady's hack. Flecked with foam from cars to quartcr, Lady's hack, Still your stride is none the shorter, Steed of black ; For the pace you would be making, And the lead you'd still be taking, Tho' your honest heart were breaking And your back. Bat our hot blood's all a-tingle, So I'll ease you o'er the shingle, That your girth and broad surcingle I mcy elack : While you toss your head and sidle, As you figet with your bridle, Till you make the bit-rings jingle, Lady's hack. With my sweetheart, in the show-ring, On your back, Soon t...
ARDMONA-UNDERA RAILWAY. EXTENSIONS ASKED OF THE MINISTER. "A DIFFERENT ASPECT ON THE QUESTION." [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
- ARDHONA-UNDERA RAILWAY. EXTENSIONS ASKED OF THE MINISTER. ' A DIFFERENT ASPECT ON THE QUESTION." A deputation, representing the fruit-growers of Ardmona, waited on the Minister for Iailways (MIr Mackinnon) on Tuesday afternoon, td ask for the contetruction of a spur line from Maroona to Ard mona, a distance of four and a half miles. It was pointed out by the deputation that soft fruit was often considerably damaged when it had to be carted to the railway station. If the line was con structed it would not only prevent such damage, but would also open up further areas for cultivation. Mr Mackinnon said that the construction of such a small line was more a matter for the muni. ciplities. The deputation should endeavor to see what could be done in that direction. A second deputation of settlers from Undera and Wyuna then waited on the Minister of Railways and asked, in the event of an ex tension being granted to Arhmona, that the line should be further extended to Wyuna. Cr R Stewart,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
"II Sold in 2 oz. and 4 oz. (actual wcigh- ) Pugs, or in Cut Double• 7 Tt` 'ý flake, packed in dainty Silvered " My Ideal." CURED of CHRONIC RHEUMATISM BY THE CONSISTENT USE OF TON C \Mr. FRED. 1DI.\.MIOND, J.P.. of No. 6 Rosedale Strct, I'Pter?h::m, dhose declaration i, he:e ],bubbicd. is o:ne of tile oldest and bcs-tle own Ipres aelts of NS. F. !e -lfferedl from ]thetll atilsl. alli trpied all a s-tier of onreats to gct back tli, ilh:tlt. All tmurifv in;; ltd~l;clnc. furw lon; it took l ment is ,ct tiit inris f own words: To CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " From Nay to the end of October, 1912, 1 suffered agonies with acute SMUSCULAR RHEUUMATISM. Ankles, knees, and shoulder joints were swollen. " and painful, with excruciating pains in S my back. I was in a wretched and helpless condition, could scarcely stand, I comp!etely lost appetite and sleep at night. I had the best medical advice, Turkish and hot salt-water baths out of number, and was mas saged three times a week, but all to no purp...
JOTTINGS FROM DOOKIE. PICNIC IN THE SHOW GROUNDS—AND A W N L [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
JOTTINGS FROM DOOKIE: PICNIC IN THE BHOW GROUNDS -AND A WN L [From Oar Own Correspondent]. Some splendid showers fell on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday last, and farmers are jubiliant, and can now sow the grain with a surety of success. Much work had to be done previous to the rain to prepare the fallow land, as it got so hard and baked up. A very successful picnic was held in the show grounds, Dookie, for the combined Sunday-schools -Presbyterian and Church of England. Notwithstanding the showery day a large gathering of children, with parents and visitors, turned out to make the occasion an enjoyable one for the children. Races and games were freely in dulged in, the children getting nice toys and prizes. Some amuse ment was caused by the ladies slepping the chain, and also at throwing at Aunt Sally, showing ladies do not often practice throw ing. Afternoon tea was then par taken, and the good things pro. vided were well enjoyed. The young folk broke up after feeling they had had a...
UNDER THE CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
UNDER THE CLOCK. FouRTa PACS. - Ardmona Conlera Railway, The Lady's Hack, Mission, tries Attacked in the .New Hebride:, [n Memoriam Service, Brevity Bureaa, Violet Town Shire Council, The Great Dovenant (by Pastor Russell), etc PeOPLE'S PARTY.-A meetin, Of the Shepparton branch of the People's Party was held at the Shire-hall on Thursday evening, Mr John Suther. land presiding. The subject of cns?i. dates for the Sanate selection wve formally referred to, and ballet papers handed to those pre. sent who had not already received them. In reply to a question the chair. man stated that the membership of the local branch of the party had more thex doubled compared with last year. In all seventeen candidates have bees nominated to take part in the proposel ballot for the election of six Lberal candidates to contest the Senate elec. tion, should a double dissolution be granted. Alphabetically, their nameo are : R. N. Carrington, journalist, Md. bourne; J. Hume Cook, ex 1I.I1.R tor Bourke :...
ZILLAH HARRISON COMPANY A COMPLETELY ENJOYABLE ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
ZILLAH HARRISON COMPANY A COMPLETELY ENJOYABLE ENTEBTAINMENT. Boisterous weather and descending torrents afiected the attendance to the Star Theatre on Thursday evening when the Zillah Harrison Company paid its return visit to Shepparton, but the goodlysized audience that was there re joiced having braved the elements, for very shortly after the ascent of the cur tain it was seen by those who had not previously patronised the company, that the entertainment was in merit far and away above anything we had experi enced in this town for a considerable time past. Never at any moment were matters allowed to become dreary, for all through melody and merriment was kept going with a charm and a brisk ness that was most acceptable to all. From first to last-it was an entertain ment worth travelling a long distance to be present at; and enthusiastic applause and encores followed every item ren dered. Miss Zillah Harrison has a wonderfully sweet and clear soprano voice, which she uses captivat...
A LIVELY DISCUSSION. VIOLET TOWN'S SHIRE ENGINEER. THE "BLOOMING TABLE" AND "BLATHERING." [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
A LIVELY DISCUSSION. -0 VIOLET TOWN'S SHIRE EN. GINEER. THE "BLOOMING TABLE" AND "BLATHERING." The Violet Town Shire Council is again having trouble with the engineer, Mr Crowther, who now desires to act as engineer to Bright, in addition to his work at Violet Town. At the Council meeting, during or dinary business, Cr Wilson referred to the latter portion of the engineer's report, statiog that he had accepted the position of engineer at Bright. -This was not right as they were paying him a good salary, and he should be available at all times instead of being perhaps 100 miles away. They could not consider the Bright shire as private practice and if the engineer wanted to carry .on at Bright he should work Bright alone not try to do both Bright and Violet Town. The president did not see that they conld do anything. They had agreed to allow private practice, and he did not regard the engineer's action as other than taking on private practice. He would be only consulting engineer at B...
LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
LOQAL PRODUCE MARKET. Butter (solling) le ld. is 4d Eggs (giving) is 21 Oheose (selling), 10d, Is Bacon ,, is id, Is 2d Ham ,, is 2d ls id Whea? (giving) 8s 5~d Potatoes ,, 8 " Onions ,, 10s Bran ,, lldbns. Chaff (solling) e8 G5 Flour ,, 165s 3d Pollard ,, Is id Calfskins (giving) 53 to 61 lb Sheepsklns ,, 4f to 56 lb Hides ,, 4d 5d lb