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COMMERCIALINTELLIGENCE AT THE CORPORATION YARDS SHEPPARTON PIG SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 January 1914

COMMERCIALINTELLIGENC E AT THE CORPORATION .YARDS SHEPPARTON PIG SALE. Light yarding of pigs on Monday; 110 head lorward, including 60 bacon pork pigs; buyers for bacon limited: tone of market easier than closing sale of last year, also porkers, bacon stores, slight'y in favour of buyers. Small stores slips andsuckers exceeding'y brisk and firm 8S to 5s per head up on last with buyers unsupplied. Quotations: Prime bacon iGs to 681, good bacon 541 to 503, medium do 58s to 52s 6d, piime back. fate to 81s, medium do 661, porkers 36s to 44s, bacon stores 42s to 47s, Lig stores 38e to D39, small do 30s to 36is, big slips 25s to 29s 6d, small do. 23s to 24s, suckers (good spots) 21s 61 to 2qs, mnediuga do. from 191 loiyest prigs offe

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 January 1914

at Sppartn SALE F~ .TUR =- e _ --" tww~l fr _ ..r . - .a - :^4± -W Zs era s"r ý -_ _. 1. Try t .1T ýi:=:zT P. i±r. S Win. Skeily & Co "'Nab, D.- [3Mi3~s1nd. ~1.~~.Jy r,~~~ ,.. _ t-i 'iýER.'S 66 SEWING M iCHINES. Deot : fligh~st.. Sliepparton Mo ~y, 29th December Two Chic Frmsm: F: t;n trr FARFM TO LET BY TENDER. syLi - -> me EL f 30 0(j0 Store Shep. • r , ;e- -,. p 5 - Stac. **rt=t ±n.L a - T - is-V- 1 Lan Agn - ý pp~r-u Farmas ~ brS le rTL Lti ayý.' fL SA--t-:. MrJNEY TO LEND. WATTS, RURNBCLLL&CO?'S SALES : Mon~day, Jerniry 26. YABBA NORTH,I T' bt' FREDZRICsS.f L1LADIZ5' Ste::. 2.1 .1 I3IGA27IO `FZTIT2y T, BOD !N=-~ ~17-U=bi-z~ d= ~ ~:t:7 Flb~ YBr2 1_ý f t . "L I _ =ma 4. L:- Ins 'EM. lsýL .ý Jam-" - ^T ","i jf.L'?.i iý =fir: t T 1: Lam'." =azz Tz, TI . _ "i'lýs J J^"r S E. J. HARRIS'S ANNUAL Cleanweep a STARI Saturday, January 17. All Summer Goods almost given away. Record Bargains. E. J. HARRIS Largest and Cheapest Cash Draper, Dresmakers- and Miiiiaers, SHBPP ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 January 1914

T. E .H?AL .1 I A A"II 000 (three thousand) Pairs of Men's, Women's and Children's Boots & Shoes will be offered at this Sale at prices that will Defy C The Finest Stock of Footwear. - prices th Vallet will bCompetition. .-?.?..?....:.????.`???`..in? the. Valley. will--be-..shown, ' At a Minimum ?, Prrofit ihat must effect heavy sales. (all in while the ranges are intact. At present we have a fuli'assortment of sizes. At the same lime a SALE OF LADIES' WHITEWORK.will be held. This opportunity of replenishing the stock of Underclothing at ridiculous prices should not be missed. NOW ON at THE MILLER STORES, SHEPPARTON. OWE & CO S mm?gera sale STARTS urday, January 17. Wyndham and High Streets, Shepparton, Y'S SHOE STORES ` pposite Post Office, Shepparton. *ts! Boots! Boots! MELBOURNE FACTORY PRICES. L GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. Double Profit when iIwe supply direct from the Factory at 20 per cent less than any other House ? OAL ON US AND SAVE MIDDLEMEN'S PROFIT. it...

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UNDER PER CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 January 1914

-- . e - - D 0'1' EFRVIS'S REJOINDER.-In re 'Jas Nankervis's complain S sstles on the school reserv his property at Congupuna ot yet been cut, the inosprcto iid ng told Shepparton Shirt ite meeting on Monday that g via was in error; and the 1?ereupon decided to bill Mr for the cutting done on his the road. Mr Nankervis has, a rej oinder ready, and now t only a few thistles were cut and none on the reserve. CLEANSIo\C.-The Town rid. Ys met at the Shire Hall on e?ninrg and accepted Mr John S (r£438) for the cleansing of 'channels during the year. e tenders were from Messra - ors. £551 12i ; J Curry, j and Gee Tremollan, £620. i ',to start work from Monday ., and the two day-men at ploycd on the drains and we to receive notices termi. 1S engagement. 1o N BLocS-The Water Corn o approved of the following efor land :-Shepparton : E llot 147, section B. LcseR.-A fire occurred at &Jbby which a house owned and by IMr John Pke was comru. M troyed, The brigade was sgl bahe spot, but th...

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P[?]M[?] [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 January 1914

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WINNING [?]DISK. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 January 1914

-a~--~ W IN! NO S oit?S?s. 'Yea, doubtlees, I cou?tn all things but loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord . . . that 1 may win Christ" (Phil. iii., 8). Even saintly Christ. fans scem but inlper. feetty to grasp the plain teLa~hings of the N'ew Testament re specting tile member ship in the body of C'hrist. Some assume thllat it is to be had on a basis of favorit isml, and trust that they will be of the elect. Others think the \Apostle is using figures of specclh, and vaguely hope that FASTO RUSSELLi they belong to the righllt clhulrclh, and wlli attain whatever others get, as in the sue tess of a party in which all the victoto share thie npoils. Doubtless, thile errors of the D)ark Age. absorbed ill clhildhlood havle been respon sible for these vagaries, and for our general neglect ol iroper lible study. It seems hard for God's peoplle to reclise that th: wisdomn from above is the noblest cieneor and the beslt instruction: and that it ineedis intellgcnt and...

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EUROA SHIRE COUNCIL. Present : The full council. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 January 1914

EUROA SHIRE COUNCIL. Present: The full council. CORRESPOIIDECE. Lands department asked if there were any objections to sale of road in town of Euros, continuation of Challenger street, between allots 2 and 3; appli cent, H T Tucknott,-To lay on the table for a month. - State Rivers and Water Supply De partment, re bathing site: No objection will be taken by this Commission to the erection of a small weir, as proposed, subject to your council obtaining a li cense in the usual form granting such authority. Provision will require to be made in the structure for compensation flow-in the stream, and your councii must accept any risks which may arise in respect of damage to adjoining pro perties should such be affected ny the obstruction of the flow of the stream. Copy of regulations and application forms were enclosed.-Lsft in hands of Euroa riding members. Shepparton Sports Carnival asked that February 11th be proclaimed a public holiday.-Granted. - I. Currie asked permission to take a ...

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LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 January 1914

OQA.L PRODU? E MARKET. Butter (selling) Pd, 101 Eggs (giving) 6&a - Cheese (seUing), ,Qd, lib Bacon ,, le Id, is Sd He?am Is ad Is 4d Wheat (giving) 8s 2jl Potatoes ,, 6O Onions ,, 10s 1 SBran ,, ls bus. Chaff (selling) -8 .j Flour ,, . ls . 'allard ,, Id 1 Calfalkins (giving) 5l to 6d lb Shoepekins ,, 4 to 56 lb Hides ,, 4d Sa lb Fire, remarkable for rapidity with which it did its w'ork of destrgctio.s, 6. curred on Thursday ate-nroon, and gut; ted the piemses 'ol 8 Weingott and Sones, Ltd., oilskin manufacturers, of City Road, Chippendale (Sydney), About fifty girls were in an adjoining dining room, having lunch. Tho hala a narrow escape, and had tie' tire o?. curie.f lon 'elnltes Iater tfered' mig~t eb ~'peen op.ss of ' lif, Tnmakoe, After discussion in Cabinet Prime Minister Cook announced that genoral scheme for appointment of an sleotoral Camnmission hag teoon deoid6d upon Absolute refusal to accedo to demands of Waterside Workers' Federation for inoreased wages was gi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 January 1914

NURSES of Large Experience Recommend CLEMENTS TONIC to their Patientso NURSE CATHERINE KORTING of 176 Davis Street. Brunswick, Vie., writes as follows (29/2/12): CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " I am writing about the amount of good CLEMENTS TONIC has done my daugh ter. In January last year, she was operated upon for appendicitis. She was eight weeks in the hospital, and - came home very weak.and riin down. I gave her several bottles of Clements Tonic. It soon strengthened her - nerves, she was as well as I could wish her before long. Fourteen years ago I first used this medicine as a nurse and have recommended it times out of number. Ihave seenpeople restored to health and strength, and bless the day they heard of it. It never failed to do good. (Signod) ; CATHERINE KORTING.". Nerer be svithout this snedicne it ron dowrl,, with Weak Nerves. tlad Digestion, Poor App~ectite or Constipation, It puts the human sy.tel in order nrapidly. AiLL CHEMISTS & STORES SELL IT. HUSBAND'S SKIN TORTUR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 January 1914

Shire of Shepparton. ABSTRACT OF ACCOUNTS of the Council for the year ending, September 30th, 1913, ias finally examined and settled at the Annual Meeting of the Council on Monday, December 8th, 1913. STATEMENT OF RATES. A GENERAL RATE of Is in the £ to September 30th, 1913, was made on a valuation of £99,002. Amount of rates, £4950 2s, AT EXTRA RATE of 63.in the.£ to September 30th, 1913., was mnde for bo Shepparton Riding on a valuation of £23,768: Amount of Rates, £1188 3a. CONTRACOTS To Balance, 00/0/12 ... £90 12 8 By Payments made ... £0078 10 3 Contracts entered into... 6234 3 10 Doduction ... ... 91 11 "4 Extras ...... . ... 214 4 2 Balauc, 30/9/13 .. 877 17 11 £6548 0 ] £84548 0 6 LOAN NO. 6 ACCOUNT. 1912-1918. Statemerit of Receipts and Expenditure for the Year ending 30/9/18 RECEIPTS. " EXPENDITUBE. To Amount of Loan Bor- I By Contracts ... ....£6837 11 8 rowed fbr Improved I Engineer's Commnission 830 0 0 Drainage S heme o Brokoiage & Debentures 109 19 8 Sheppart...

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[?]LYMPIA. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 January 1914

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SHEPPARTON CARNIVAL. RECORD YEAR PROMISED. CHAMPIONS FROM ALL THE STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 January 1914

8HEPPARTON CARN1VAL. RECORD YEAR PROMISED. CHAMPIONS FROM ALL THE STATES. The small band of enthusiaets who instituted the Shepparton Carnival in year 1899, with Dr E K Herring the prime mover, little thought at'the time that its action would result in a Car nival of the present mammoth propor tions, and the publio of Sheparton is deeply indebted to it for its zeal in the. matter. Commencicg wifh a prize list of £40 the committee is now oflerinE for. this (the sixteen'h successive annual), Carnival close upon £500 in prizes; its takings at tle gate for the first year were £82, while last year this reached £465. These figures spesk volumes as to the progress made in the past. Now we are approachiog the sixteenth Carnival, which is to be held on February 1Oth and 11th next, and from all appearances scch as the number and quality of entries received, the executive committee (the members of which are most assiduously working in an honorary capacity, to provide an attractive programme), ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE LUCERNE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 January 1914

COMO~a ErtCIALii'N LLIGUQE OE -4-- LUCERNE MARKET. Mr H S K Ward, of Spencerstrooeet, reports: I have to report a teaely market for prime, green' lucerne chaf, it up to £4 15s per ton ex Melbourne rails, occasionally for something extra choice £4 17s 63, Lucerne hay, of pjrime quality, dedrick pressed, is cleaning well at £8 12s (3 to £3 15s. There were a few more orders placed from Queensland during the past week. 13uyers in that Statp are apparently shy of their market conditions, as orders are always wired forward with the express condition of immediate delivery being attached to same, and, though ] sold 30 tone for that State last week, I received a wire from Brisbane on Monday morning cancelling all orders which had not already been shipped. This was owing to the rain which fell in QuoenDEland at the week.end, and, until they got a few more dry weeks, the outlet to that paore;will fease. The eyW Sonth WFVms deupand hao also iallen bit, owing to rain having visited the Hunter Ri...

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DISBANDED. SHEPPARTON BRANCH OF RURAL PRODUCERS. INSTRUCTIONS FROM HEAD QUARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 January 1914

A DISBANDED. RTON BRANCH OF AL PRODUCERS, TIONS FROMI HEAD ' - QUARTERS. a equiles of the Sheppartcn h e Victorian Rural Producers' 1 were :performed on Satur on. The solemn cfllce was Iby Mr E. Leahy (the presi Mr T. Sims, who seconded m1 oposal that the "branch" ered and buried out of sight; ef mourners were Messrs A. T. Darveniza, F, H. Cooper, (treasurer), and J. E. Byass Swarrant was received from Giu ovenden, the secretary to e in Melbourne, expressing d b for tho'unhappy despatch. Tii?s ons are set out clearly in si i issue of the " Honthly A{5loed in Melbourne by the :Stem he Producers' Defence Fund. "Our action in disbanding he subject of comment in co since received by us, and p lneo bhas the comment been cive eh and every writer, eSx own or his brarch's opinion, ,~ivo done the very beest'thing, dtufeu.tive feel no small sense'of Sat this approval of an action i itaken in the full conviction bht meet with .disapproval, __ they neverthelss felt to h course to pursue. To few...

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TUNGAMAH WATER TRUST. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 January 1914

TUNGAMAH WVATER TRUST. COnRHSPONDENCE. From State Rivprs and Water Supply Commrpission, stating that claims sub mitted had been certified for the full amounts (,260 and £1t5i), and were passed to the Treosury for paymeut ast Tanngamsh--eceived. From same, in reference to letter of 20th November last concerging the statemente that the Numorkeah TrusB was not receiving a proper proportion of the water supply from Casey's Weir, aod stating that the Commission haId resolved that the attention of the Nunmurlkah and T-yngamah Truots he drawn to the exceseive waste involved in the distribution of the water diverted from the Broken River by the free headworks. The attention of the Trusts were also invited to the necessity for either greately improving the water courses now used or (which would appear to be a hobetter plan) extending and im proving the system of distribution by channels-Engineer to submit estimate of gleaning out channels. OVeRnRAFT. rhe finance committee recommended that ap...

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SHOOPING COUGH AND BRONCHITIS. LITTLE GIRL SUFFERED FOR SEVEN MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 January 1914

OOPING COUGH AND B ]RONCBITIS. E GIBL SUFFERED FOR S SEVEN MONTHS. qb lit'legiri, aged two years, had in g Cough and Bronchitis for oaths," writes Mirs F Lawaon, -atr et, Camperdown, 'N.B.W. tmessho -as so bad she would n with weakness. MIany a time picked her up, thinking she was She would hold her breath, and d have to smack her on the back to help her to breathe again. hecr a number of cough rere ad sx'sstiiways laiig her to LUUn, gauy ne ner manuy remedies, but nothing had any ,whatever. One day a lady re endcd me to try -Shoeldon's Discovery and said' it was very for Whooping Cough, so I got a and gave her three and sometimes oses a day, and it seemed to ra hr" almost at opce;, nd id . week's b.r 'wouli nodt knoi~ her; she did olk the same child. She is much , and has never coughed since Dr Sheldon's New Discovery." Sheldon's New Discovery is sold 6d and 3g. For sale everywhere. ro!eas appeals for help were the b'td means of .saving lives of o.'e on' board West Indies mail cr C...

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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 January 1914

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING. On Thursday evening a meeting of the executive of the CarLival committee was held at the Public Hall when there were present: Messrs J P Downey (president), T Daish, E J Harris, W B Hoare, M Helpin, W R Vincent, E J Mahby, A Whitehead, W R Banner, F Gough and J E Byass: Apologies from fessrs F H Cooper and A Bigger. Correspondence from several in quiring shabout stands for side shows, all attended to by the secretary. Colonial Gas Association, in reference to im proving the lighting of the grounds. Phoenix Company, with list of pro gramme of firewoks for the llth February. Silvertown Company, with price for installation of nine lights of 1000 e.po. each for extra lighting around the track, This contract was accepted, Victorian Railways, with particulars of special trains for the Carnial. Mr Pulling, offering to re tar the cycle track at a cost of £25 10s, offer being accepted. Separate tenders to be ad vertised in the papers for lunpheon booth, ice cream...

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SHEPPARTON GUN CLUB. THE ANNUAL MEETING AND STATEMENT. A VERY SATISFACTORY SEASON. ELECTION OF OFFICE-BEARERS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 January 1914

SHEPPARTON GUN CLUB. THE ANNUAL MEETING AND: STATEMENT. A VERY SBATISBFACTORY SEASON. ELECTION OF OFF1CE.BEARBERS. The annual meeting of the Sheppar ton Gun Club was held on Friday evening at Downey's Union Hotel, when Mr J P Downey, the president, ocoapied the chair. The annual report and statement showed that the club had had a very succeeful season. Members turned up well to every shoo', and there was very keen competition for all the trophies presented. The club main tained its reputation fully as a live body. 45, kept oeverything uptuo-oate; while visi;ing shooters had been well satisfied with the treatment received. Over 4000 sparrows and starlings had been put through the traps. This season, an earlier start would be made, and it was expected llst shooting would be continued up to Show time-shooting fortnightly. Starli-gs had become very numerous in the district; and as mom bers would be shooting starlings and Fparrows every time the pest should be considcrably reduced. Mr W ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 January 1914

Sales at sherato Corpraicn Yarcs~. Cz"ZZ -. .T - SALE AITERE In _?r-? -T -? -. . - .. " - i~---- ·· ":.? ?..-- 7 -,. --7: -- - I·-·· ?- 7. -'Z-E 1s- -- - - "? ~= =- - S --r,-e - z 1 Ir= - =e ----·-c= -·-I ii "1-;O 5 --· L~ aa 57 d. r ~rrzzl ~· IFmm i-10;~Z--- .5 man~ _· · -. m:. ---1 i-t --=- e-am- - .rrl JL,~ U-C--~ ELp mr r 2c-tl--t. _=Tif-r if ft;; -r mll f¶r ~~t ii Ti. 1uTL tatrmsa 1 m m V1aam1I I asV1L:. l _ia _____ .- Annual - <.ariv TR de 'sn~~r 1 Reredo Reser e,= Desic~ ·ri ;=-;:7izes Februs: I _ Ic 19 14--T C ai EF e. El. ie -- L -n -v iE =r. r a r .- i 2 5 e rfII m 1·- Ie ifl ·.;;-· -e - 7 =' a ·-airl- "."£ zul - 17c~i~~ :c : a terate annu~ium as-·- ma;a.--S Ez~Ias --suzling .:) i5 _jn-, m mi mr ar iak :- ---- - - SI 11 -r-; i T 2 141 a- E 'i n /T. - -~- --;I r:_ --I -· ':7 ----;3 ·; -- -_r_ r.5 .---- I -·-"-r --·---- ---~-;f -1--- ---- - :. : : -- ---- ~-. '---- --1·. ~-~~ - Ir-r L··-~-L- --il -;Y I-~i ----= --r -_ilii ~Yii L liC - ··-. 1= _i·L i;l *---- i.~ r?...

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