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AGRICULTURAL HIGH SCHOOL. DANGER IN A PET BULL. TWO ENFORCED RETIREMENTS. MR D. TREAHY'S RESIGNATION [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

AOBICULTURALHIQHSCHOOL. d\NGEH in a peT bull. w0 ewbced betibe MR D. WEAR'S RESIGNATION i Winl meeting of the Shep tnil \siicuIiiira 1 High School Ea''°' i was held yesterday after "0 «i the High School. Pre n0?t" T ic ch'. irfnan (Mr. C. Pal sellV Messrs. -las. Thorn. W. R. linff)'«r \V Phillips, J. Harris B,ui t e secretary. (Mr. W. H. a"?,;',.,,. Apologies were recei i from Messrs^ H. P'ickworlli, fsu hcrland, and W. H. Curtis. J" The chairman explained that u? ins had been called to iho meeting ...i „-;iii mi ulVh' recent Teaclirs' Conle at,^ U was thought better to do thai than wait for the April llloeliUIncre;ised Subsidy. ..■ha Kduealion department no . r1 an increase of £100 in the 1" making the total £450.. ii'srnatioiis of Members. P. West and Win. . nri members of the council, in H„-.iV(l that in view of corres Scuee from the Education de i t nt'iit 011 the subject of non iieiUince of members, they had Semi their resignations as ,embers of Uie council. Mr David Trer.hy wr...

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AEROPLANE ON ROOF [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

AEROPLANE ON ROOF Paris has got over being surprised at the sight of flying •> machines (says "Lloyd's Weekly News" of January 18), but the population of Javel, a -working quarter between the Eiffel Tower and the aerodrome of Issy-Ies-Moulineuax, got excited last week when they saw an aeroplane plunge downwards over the streets and finally crash on to the roof of a factory in the Rue Saint Charles. There was a rush to the fac tory, for it was feared that the accident was serious, but the crowd were mot by the aviator, M. Gilbort, who,-quite, calm, and without a scratch, was de- •' scending the stairs, which he had reached through the hole made'in the roof by the falling aeroplane. M. Gilbert said his engine had failed. He looked about for a landing-place, but could see nothing but houses, factories, and market garden plots. ■ The broad road would have served his purpose, but there were a number of children scattered along it. staring in wonder at the aeroplane so close above them...

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A Friend Advised Her. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

A Friend Advised Her.. { The following letter from'Mrs. ;Tho-1 mas Brown, of Healesville Vic..'will I prove Interesting to nany oft our readers:— . - . " "Some time ago .I suffered: from a severe attack of kidney- complaint The_flrst symptoms were great weak ness and emaciation" •with terrible pai« all over my tody, . especially, across my back.' My 'whole body was racked -with pain and I could get but. little ease day or night. Medicine's were prescribed for me, but failed to do me any good. I cared very little what became of me, I "was. go weak and miserable. I had nearly-given I up all hope when a friend advised me to try Warner's Safe Cure., , 11 commenced to take it and; derivedT great benefit from taking the contents | of the first 'bottle. I continued-to. take, the medicine, getting stronger and 'better every day. I soon regain- . ed my former strength and eneiicy, the pains all left me, and I seamed to have' a new lease of life. I ain now, quite; strong and, happy." Warner's...

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POETRY POPULAR [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

POETRY POPUIiAR I "Jacob Omnium." .in "The Book seller,*' states that Mr Harold Monro, who courteously started the. Poetry Book Shop in Devonshire .street, Theo bald's road, just twelve months ago, is able to declare himself quite satisfied with the result of the first year's work ing of the experiment. The reading room, It appears, has been so much appreciated that people have some times had to be turned away through lack of seating accommodation, and, in the more practical matter of sales, encouraging business appears to have been done

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MILITARY TRAINING EARLY SIR JOHN FRENCH'S ADVICE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

MILITARY TRAINING EARLY SIR JOHN FRENCH'S ADVICE Field-Marshal Sir John French, chief of the. Imperial General Staft (says "The Dally Telegraph" of Janu ary 3), was the principal guest at the annual Wolfe Birthday dinner held last night under the auspices of the Westerham Society at the George and Dragon Hoel, where the hero of Qucbcic stayed on his last visit to Westerham Irs i 758 Col'-r.el C. F. Wdrdc, M.P., presided, and amongst those present were Earl Stanhope, Lleut.-Colonel H. M. Warde, Mr M. G. Wolfe, Mr H. W. Forster, M.P., Sir A. Ewing, Brigadier-General J. A. L. Haldane, Lleut.-Colonel D. A. Campbell, the Rev. Sydney Le Meseu rler, and Mr Wolfe Aylward. Dinner .was served In the coffee-room, the walls of which are rich with Interest ing paintings ^ind prints of General Wolfe and his contemporaries. In front of the chairman was the claret jug which formed- part of Wolfe's cabin furniture on the occasion of his last voyage to Canada. Another in teresting relic was a mutilat...

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BLIND MUSICIANS CHILDREN AS COMPOSERS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

BLIND MUSICIANS CHILDREN AS COMPOSERS Those who attended yesterday morn ing's sitting: at the St. Paul's "Girl's School, Hammersmith, of the Vacation Conference on Musical Education (says "The Dally Telegraph" of January 8), saw and heard a remarkablo demon stration. It was given by a group of boy and girl pupils from the Royal Normal College for the Blind, under the directton of Mr Horace Watllng, one of the professors, himself deprived of sight, at that famous institution. Primarily, the performance of these blind Juveniles was intended to illus trate a lecture by Miss Nancy Gilford •on "The Creative Faculty In the Pupil: How to Make Use of it as a Valuable lAgent in Teaching." Certainly, the demonstration achieved that purpose, but it did much more. It showed the marvellous intensification, as it were, of the faculty of hearing, and the ex treme sensitiveness to niceties of rhythm and to tonal distinctions that seem tc compensate many of those born blind for their lack of vision....

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CHAPTER III. The Archdeacon. I. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

CHAPTER III. The Archdeacon. I. No acquaintance called him "by any other name than the Archdeacon; tout dimly it was remembered by his friends that he had -been (baptised "George." A fat and kindly man he was, who oozed 'benevolence from every human pq§e, had a voice which should have oome up from the depths ; of the sea, and a hand -which touched all things with gentleness. The friendship between Hugh Don ald and the Archdeacon was of old standing. Hugh remembered the amic able cleric at Aberfeldy almost as .'on<j as he could remember anything at all. The truth was that the Very Rev George Hedges fished both for the souls of men and the foodies of salmon, and was almost equally suc cessful at eiLher vocation. To him, Hugh Donald was as his own son— and in this light he thought of him as he sat upon the bridge deck of the yacht Chris label that sunny- after noon and listened to the golfers' bab ble. A woman! The Archdeacon prick ed up his ears at such talk. "Has he known ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

How to be happy on wash day: use THATS WHAT MOTHER OSES

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

rp O INVBMTOEI PATENTS Obtained In Commonwealth and Else where for improved methods of Appli ances, TooIb, etc., of any description Fuli Information, Costs, etc., sent on application to A. O. SAOHSE, G.E. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS, Corner Collins and William St*., MELBOURNE. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

^<d A bracing, tmnic bmmag*.

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LEILA AND HER LOVER Published by Arrangement with Ward, I Lock and Co. Ltd., Lond. and Melb. I (All Rights Reserved.) III. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

LEILA Al® BER LOVER By MAX PEMBERTON. Published by Arrangement with Ward, I Lock and Co. Ltd., Lond. and Melb. I (All Rights Reserved.) in. it was nearly one o'clock when they Jnrned to the oottase—Leila was ^itiDS for them on the road. She *,'t have run in and out 01 the cot a hundred times since they wfnf perhaps she had reproached herself as many because she let them " It is true that she thought she fnew all about Sir Hugh DonfUd, fcar oSet of Afcerfeldy Castle. Wl$, sure-1 lv every one at Newcastle could tell vou his story and she heard it twen tv times since the yacht Christabel 1 Ms party ashore. -*e was a very rich man and "she was so poor. The , . mole estimate of riches and poverty rime swiftly to the woman's mind tor the child's sake. Perchance she j was animated by the hope that she would make a friend of this man—she who needed a friend so sorely. The great car came slowly up to ■he cottage. Desdy standing as it came to a halt, and beginning already to tell her of his a...

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HIGHWAY ROBBERY GEM MERCHANT'S LOSS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

HIGHWAY ROBBERY GEM MERCHANT'S LOSS A robbery of a particularly auda cious character was perpetrated on a Hatton-garden gem merchant on Thursday night (says "The Dally Tole graph" of June 3). Tho sufferer was Mr Morris Phillips, who carries on business in Charles-street, Hatton Gar den, and resides In Petherton-road, Canonbury. On Thursday evening, when he left his place of business, he had about him a considerable quan tity of jewels, which he had been com missioned to sell, and in a leather bag strapped to his right wrist a further quantity of precious stones belonging to himself, valued at about £400. These consisted of 800 carats of Indian sap phires, 400 carats of opals, and 107 pieces of turquoises. While waiting in Rosobery-avenue for a tramcar Mr Phillips was sud denly attacked by three men, one of whom dealt him a blow on tho head, and knocked him against a lamp-post. At the same time the bag which Mr Phillips was carrying was wrenched from his hand. The assailants at once ...

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BERNHARDT HONORED [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

BERNHARDT HONORED Mme. Sarah Bernhardt Is a Knight of the Legion or Honor (says "The Daily Express" of January 16). The news was telephoned to her last night while she was resting between two acts of M. Tristan Bernard's play, "Jeanne Dore." It became known in : the theatre before' the play was over, ! and when the curtain fell the audience remained in the theatre anil gave the new Knight of the Legion a rousing ovation. Then the company collected round the great actress, and she was the re cipient of a touching attention. In anticipation of the event the mem bers of the company had bought a Cross of the Legion of Honor set in brilliants to be ready to pin it on Mme. Bemhardt's breast as soon as she had the right to wear it. It was two in the morning before the new "Chevalier" got home, and when she arrived she found 50 or more of her friends waiting to congratulate her, and the whole' house heaped up with (lowers from friends who had not been ahle to come. To-day she received so ma...

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SCHOOL CHILDREN'S HEALTH MEDICAL OFFICER'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

SCHOOL CHILDREN'S HEALTH MEDICAL OFFICER'S REPORT The annual report, for 1912, of the Chief Medical Officer of the Board nf Education, contains (says "Public Opinion"), an exhaustive account of the measures which are being taken throughout the country to safeguard the health of school children. Alto gether there are 1111 medical officers in the school service in England and Wales, as compared with 943 in 1911; S2 are women and there are 742 nurses also engaged. . The Chief Medical Officer, Sir George Newman, states that it is un fortunately true that uncleanllness still occupies a large share of the time, thought, and energy of the offi cers of the school medical service, thoifgh it is encouraging to note that throughout the country the returns show a decided and progressive 1m orovement, and that the grosser forms of uncleanllness are now rare as com pared with the conditions that pre vailed when medical inspection was .instituted in 190S. Many of tho medical officers' re ports dra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

THE VEGA "MAKES GOOD" Although only Introduced last October, ^ur separator has already jumped into the foreaiost position, and no other make is to-day so eagerly sought after. Buyers have voluntarily certified to the high-class finish, simplicity, easy running and splendid working quali ties. A leading Butter Factory says it is • A Perfect Skimmer in other words, a money-saver every time used. These quulltie3, coupled with our prices, constitute the Best Value in Australia. Prices: 12 Gall., £3 15 0 55 Gall , £10 10 0 28 Gall., £7 0 0. 80 Gall., £15 15 0 Write Department "C.P.," Buckeye Harvester Co. I 44 to 52 FRANCIS ST., MELBOURNE Energetic Commission Agents Wanted THE EQUITY TRUSTEES, EXECUTORS, & * AGENCY CO. LTD. Subscribed Capital . . £135,000 Reserved Liability . . £100,000 Guarantee Fund . . . £10,000 Registered Offices: 25 QUEEN STREET, MELB. .Board of Directors: EDWARD FANNING, Esq., Mer chant, Chairman. W.*H. IRVINE, Esq., K.C., M.P., Barrister at Law. DONALD MAC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

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GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

GENERAL NEWS •The Trustees, Executors and Agency Company Limited is ap plying for letters of administra tion', with the will annexed, of the estate of Thomas Stawell Hutch'ings, late of Euroa, medi cal practitioner'who died on 20th January last. The estate is sworn at £5181, consisting of realty £2610. and personalty £257.1,.and there are also assets in New South Wales and Queens land. Testator leaves the whole of his property to his widow. Mr H, M'Kenzie, M.L.A., has been visiting the Kyabram por tion-of his electorate. At. a pig sale- he met a number of friends and constituents and was con gratulated on 'his recovery. Be fore the sale Mr M'Kenzie moun ted the fence and stated that he wished to.contaalct a umor that he was retiring from -public life. His health .was steadily im poving. iiid ivhilst it continued satisfactory he intended to be a candidate, for the Rodney seat. ■_ Suffering great agony from burns about the legs aha arms, Driver James Bourke and Fire man John Northett,...

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PHYSICAL TRAINING. SIR IAN HAMILTON'S PRAISE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

PHYSICAL.; TRAINING. SIR IAN HAMILTON'S PRAISE. About 7000 children, repre senting 80 metropolitan State schools, on Monday afternoon, on the Melbourne cricket ground, gave a splendid display of physical training. The dem onstration took place in the presence of 35,000 people, amongst whom were the Gov ornor-Gerieral (Lord Denrnan), the State Governor (Sir Arthur Stanley) . and Lady Stanley, General. Sir Ian Hamilton, , the Minister for Education (Sir Al exander Peacock), the Minister for Agriculture (Mr Hutchin son) and the Director of Edu cation (Mr Tate). ~ General Sir Ian Hamilton, at. the close, of the exhibition, gave a: brief address: He said:; I feel' that' I am the small acorn from which this magnificent'oak, this splendid display, has sprung. I expressed a great wish to see a small display of the physical training, and the Education de partment thought, that they might as well go the whole hog. We have seen to-day what I certainly have never seen be fore. I have never seen...

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