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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
YOU SHOULD BE DETER MINED" n rejecting the worthless and fre quently injuriously counterfeits which are sometimes published for the sake of greater pain as "just as good" as the GENUINE SANDER & SONS' PUR VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EX TRACT is recognised by the highest medical authorities as possessing unique stimulating, healing, and antiseptic powers. The preparation of SANDERS' EXTRAC from the pure selected leaves, and the refinement by special pro ceases, give it curative virtues peculiarly its own. Therefore, be not misled. De mand and insist upon the GENUINE SANDER EXTRACT, and you will derive the benefit that thousands have reaped from it before. When ill you should not depress your self more by the common bulky, any nauseating eucalyptus oils and so-called "extracts." What you want is qualitd and reliability in small dose and this you will find only in SANDER'S EX TRAOT. BABIES. Babies are Australia's best immigrants, but in many homes baby does not ap. pear, greatly to the ...
YESTERDAY'S DEMONSTRATION. THE POSITION OF THE BANDS. DRUM-MAJOR BAILEY'S EXPLANATION. (To the Editor of "The Advertiser.") [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
YESrERDAY'S DEMON STRATION. THE POSITION OF THE BANDS. DBUM-MAJOR BAILEY'S EX PLANATION. (To the Editor of "The Advertiser.") SIR, ..I wish to bring under the notice of the general public, the reason of the delay in starting the Hospital Demonstration procession yesterday afternoon. On the 11th inst I received the following letter: " Dear Sir, I have been instructed by the members of the Friendly Societies Hospital Demonstration Committee to write and invite you to act as marshall for the proces sion in connection with the demonstration to be held on the 26th inst. Thanking you in antici. pation of a favorable reply, yours respectfully, A E Date, hon secre tary." Now, having accepted the position, I took it as my duty, that I had to put the bands and the societies in their respective posi tions and lead. the procession. Be ing drum-major of the Town Band, as well as marshal, I considered that the rightful position was that my band should 'lead the proces sion. When it was enoa tesad...
HOSPITAL DEMONSTRATION. THE FRIENDLY SOCIETIES EFFORT. PROCESSION THROUGH THE TOWN. COMBINED CHOIRS AND ORCHESTRA IN THE THEATRE. TOTAL COLLECTION, £22 10s 8½d [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
HOSPITAL DEMONSTRATION THE FRIENDLY 800IBTIES EFFORT. PROCESSION THROUGH THE TOWN. COMBINED CHOIRS AND OR. OBESTRA IN THE THEATRE. TOTAL OOLLEOTION, £22 103 8id When the programme was about concluded in the Star Theatre last afternoon, Mr G S Berry, president of the Friendly Societies, announced that the collection taken up totalled £22 10s 801. A moment of suspense followed; intuitively, the desire of the audience that packed the Star Theatre to the utmost limit of its accommodation, was to learn what last year's total was. Mr Berry had anticipated the audience, for he had come prepared with a note showing that the total in 1913 was £26 3s ld. People looked at each other surprised; they could scarcely believe that that " well dressed, well cared.for, good-conditioned " audience-as the Rev Mr Herring had so impressively put it in his excellent address-could have allowed itself to be excelled in generosity by last year's assemblage, and to have so fallen short of the expectations of ...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
H PERSONAL. -4--- At St Margaret's Church of England, Cobram on the 8th, inst, Mr Frances E Bolton of the Cobram poet office staff (snn of Mr M T and the late Mr T Bolton of Seymour), was married to Miss Nellie Irene Rohner, only daughter of Mrs M and the late Mr W Rohner, " Mr E F S England who contested the Eahuca seat at the last Federal elections has, according to the Kilmore '* Adver. tiser," announced his intention of being a candidate again at the next election. The Rev C J Legate, B.A., who was resently granted three months' leave in consequence of illhealth, has resumed duty in the Tatura parish (Pret byteriar.). Mr P O'Dea, teller at the Commercial Dank, Tatura, has been transferred to head office. Mr Thomas Reynolds, hotelkeeper Iioroit (formerly of Euroa), who died on March 3rd, left real oslante valued at £3248, and personal property valued at £681, to his children. Mr G T Sach, manager, Dookie branch of National Bank, is on a three week's holiday. His locum teneons is ...
THE SHEPPARTON BAND CONTEST. FINAL DECISION OF THE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
THE SHEPPARTON BAND CONTEST. --t - FINAL DECISION OF THE ABSOCIATION. The Ballarat " Courier" of April 21st rnports :-A dispute over the quickstep band contest at the Shep parton sports at the beginning of the year was finally decided at the meeting of the Band Association last night. It will be remembered that the judge's decision was an nouncdd at the time as follows : Shepparton Model Band, 1; Roch ester and Benalla, equal, 2;-and Shepparton Town Band, 4. The bandmaster of the latter band sub s quently interviewed the judge (Sergt. Major" Franklin), who was alleged to have admitted having made a mistake in allotting the points. He had set down the maximum number of points as 100, and made deductions for errors from that number, but after judging the Shepparton Town Band on that scale, he remembered that the association's representa had informed him that under the rules he had to set down 80 as the maximum number of points and made his deductions therefrom. He had accordingly judg...
IN MEMORIAM SERVICE. AT THE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
IN MEMORIAh1 SERVICE. AT THE METHODIST CHURCH, At the Methodist Church, Maude-street, last evening a service was held in memory of the late Rev A R Edgar, recently in charge of the Central Mission, Melbourne. A very large congregation was present, and the sermon was preached by the Rev Ernest Smith. The pulpit was draped in purple and white; the choir sang " Crossing the Bar ;" and at the conclusion of the service, the organist, Mr F C Johns, played the Dead March, the congregation re nninin satanding. The Rev Mr Smith in the course of his elegiac deliverance, referred to the great work done by the de ceased clergyman. Mr Edgar had been instrumental in the appoint ment of the Wages Board; he was a man of the people, who interested himself in, all human concerns for the uplifting and the betterment of his fellow creatures ; and who set himself zealously to the un. ravelment of sooial problems. Mr Edgar had done great work in connection with the Central Mise sion in Melbourne; and as ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
Sales at Shepparton 'Corporation Yards. CATTLE ... APRIL 28 ,SHEEP ..... .... ... MAY 5 PIGS ..... ... ... .MAY 4 SALE FIXTURES FOR APRIL & MAY., Tuesday, April 28 Shepparton Cattle Sale Thursday, April 80 Clearing sale, Mr F A Cronk, Sheppar ton East Tatura Stock Sale Saturday, May 2 Tatura Pig Sale SSale, G MundyiHigh-et Monday, M jy4 Yobbs North Stock Sale Sheppsrton Pig Sale Tuesday, May 5th Shepparton sheep sale Wednesday, May 6th - Special horse sale, Shepparaen Thursday, May 2ad Tatura Stock Sale Friday, May 8th Clearing sale, Mrs MI Hay, bookie Special Stock Sale, Shepparton Monday, May 11th Dookiestock sale -Marungi stock sale Tuesday, May 12 Shepparton-cattle sale Wednesday, May 13 Nalinga Stock Sale Wedesday, May 13 Nalinga stock sale Thursday, May 14 Katandra stock sale Monday, May 18 Kiells stock sale Tuesday, May 19 Shepperton sheep sale Mohday, May 26- Murchison stock sale A Good Crop Every Year. Parwan Park Estate 1800 Acres rich wheat-gtowing end Luick fatte...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
MESSRS A. MILLER & CO. have much pleasure in announcing their OPENING SHOW of ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN NEW SEASON'S GOODS, SWhich will be displayed on SATURDAY, APRIL 4th, 1914,, and following days. .- '.. : EVERY DEPARTMENT offers a most comprehensive -variety of NEWEST INIPORTATIONS. Your visit of inspection is cordially invited. &. I LLE LL ER eS.. SHEPPARTON. "?sssr~e~~~-·~~ ROWE & CO. WINTERI ])ISPLAY, Saturday, 4th April, See our Windows. Tho"ALL REDDY' PETROL ENGINE It is the Best Farm Engine BECAUSE it is always ready for any and every purposo - it is the lowest priced Engine offering it is Silent and smooth running it is Hopper-cooled, no water tanks required it is fitted with Magneto Ignition it is giving perfect satilfaction to users and is guaranteed INSPECT at our SHtOW ROOMS: 536-S BOURKE ST.. MELBOURNE or WRITE FOR PARTICULARS QUIGIN BROS.. Agenft. Sheprtrlon. Your NEW YEAR'S Resolution. Economy-in Clothes. True Economy is to: pay a Fair and...
REPORT ON IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
REPORT ON IMMIGRATION. 'TuE Royal Commission appointed to inquire into the industrial re sources, trade, and legislation of the British Dominions, has issued its second interim report. That report deals in some detail with Immigration to Australia, ana it is interesting because it is neither an Australian nor a Party document. If great national problems are to be solved, the issues involved must be considered from every stand point'; to ignore the interests of either capitalist or worker is to build on the sand. The Com missioners insist at the very outset on the imperative necessity of establishing central control That is an implied censure on the Fisher Ministry, which, weakly yeilding to the phalanx of ex tremists who dominate the leagues, left the States to battle against each .other for immigrants, much as rival storekeepers compete with each other for customers. The agents who did the actual can vassing were paid by the results; and as a body they adopted the ordinary tactics ...
WHILE THE WOMEN LOOK ON. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
WHILE THE WOMEN LOOK ON. JUDGE Backhouse, of New South Wales, when speaking at a meet ing convened to consider the, ten dering of a farewell banquet to Lord Denman, the Governor-Gene ral of Australia, condemned in well-deserved strong. terms the custom of inviting ladies to the gallery to see how well the men could eat. And very properly, too, on some recent notable occasions ladies have refused to be relegated to the galleries as mere spectators. Political and industrial emancipa tion has not yet made. the sex so scornful of spectacular trappings that a show no longer attracts it ; but the feeling is growing strong amongst its members that they should be only invited while "the brute is feeding." In this they will have the sympathy of all men save those who are dedicated to " keeping women in their place," and go on hoping against hope of finding what place that may be and keeping women there, wherever it may be. This custom of putting women in galleries to stare at a lot of men ta...
GARDEN FETE AND CONCERT THE RESULT: £513 0s 5d. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
GARDEN FETE AND CONCERT ------ THE RESULT: £513 Os 5d. In place of the annual. St Patrick's Day sports at Shopparton, a garden fete and concert were held this year on" dif. ferent dates. The result is now an. nounoed as follows: Receipts--Doations from memboes of the congregation, .£106; takings at the gate, £20 7s 83; concert, £51 10s; No 1 fancy stall, £160 10s; refreshment stall, £40 93 4d; lolly stall, £42 10Os. Total, £541 18s 9. Expenditure-Garden fete, £18 14s 4d i concert, £22 6d. Total, £41 Os 4d. Net-roeult, £518 Os 5d.
JOTTINGS FROM DOOKIE. CELEBRATING DISCOVERY DAY. THE SEASON'S OUTLOOK [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
JOTTINGS FROM DOOKIE. CELEBRATING DISCOVERY DAY. THE SEASON'S OUTLOOK (From Our Own Correspondent). Discovery Day was celebrated at the Dookie Stateeschool on Friday. The scholars assembled in the morning and saluied the flag. They were then marched to an adjacent hill at the rear of the show grounds, where the head master, Mr D M'Lean, fully explained to them the meaning of such a memorial day, including in his object lesson, "The Dawn of Australia's History, 1606," "Captain Cook, 1770," Captain Flinders, 1802," " Major Mitchell." The lesson on Major Mitchell was given in view of the fact that he explored this district, and from whom Mount Major received its name. The following songs were rendered by the scholars during the dad: "Australia's Bone" and "The Star Crossed Flag of Australia." Splendid rain relieved the outlook for the comiug season to a great extent. Additional showers should ensure an abundance of winter fred. A large amount of seed has already been sown. Up to the pr...
WORKERS' UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
WORKERS' UNITED. At the annual meeting of this club there was about a dozen members pre sent, presided over by Mr H/Wilson. It was decided to again form the club and join tho association. The expenses last season amounted to £6 11i and re ceipts £6 193 6d. . Officers elected: President, Mr W J Nolan ; vice-presi. dent, Mr R Darby; secretary and treas urer, Mr Ceeil Collins ; committee, Messrs J Wa!er, Power, J Davis, H Martin and G Holland; delegates, Messrs Patterson and Gordon Taylor, The membership fee was fixed at 2s 63. Mr W Marriott was thanked for his past services as secretary.
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
BOWSI.. The bowling season is about drawing to a close. The local club has yet to complete the "Parker Challenge Cap" contest. There are only a few in it and the committee has decided that it must be comp!eted by Wednesday next. The green will be ready for play at 2 o'clock, and the contest can be finished, but players must be in attendance, otherwise they will be struck out, The green will close on Thursday.
MOTOR CYCLE CLUB FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
MOTOR OYCLE CLUB FORMED. At a meeting held in the Mechanies Institute on Thursday evening last, it was decided to form the Goulburn Valley Motor Cyclists' Club; when Mr M T M'Alpino was elected president; Messrs T Irvine, N Eunson, and W Tuttle. vice-presidents; Messrs A Clydes dale, W B Hoare, O Hood, M Halpin,. and J E Moller, committee; and Mr J V H Stubbs, secretary. The subscription was fixed at 23 6d per annum, The object of theclub is to organise runs and tours for holidays and week ends, and the advancement of motor cycling in general. The rules will pro. vide all trips to run on the sectional method, so as to prohibit excessive pace. It is intended to hold a run to:Benalla on Sunday, May 3rd, starting from the Victoria Hotel at 9.30 a.m., returning about 4 30 p.m.
OLYMPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. SHEPPARTON FOOTBALL CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
OLYMPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. SHEPPARTON FOOTBALL CLUB The first meeting of the newly-elected general committee of the above club was held on Friday night at Ware's Goul burn Valley Hotel. There were present -Messrs W B Hoare (in the chair), W A M'Kinnon, W C Anderson, J Nixon, H Mitchell. L J Michel, R W Anderson, S Wade, H Ware, C Bailey, and H Oanet (secretary). The necessity of the players getting into training at once was discussed at some length, eventually it was decided to play a match with last year's premier junior team (Shepparton Imperial) at the Reoorea:ion Reserve on Wednesday next. Decided to invite Dookie College tram to play a match in Shepparton on Wed nesday week, May 6th, and then arrange. ments can be made to fix a date for a re turn at Dookie. Mor WA M'Kinnon was appointed to officiate as central umpire on Wednes day afternoon, and an invitation is -ex tended to candidates for position as boundary umpire to attend and partici pate in a trial run. Mention was ...
BREVITY BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
BREVITY BUREAU. FROM THE FOUR QUARTERS. Germany celebrating 350th anniver sary of Shakespeare's death. The newspapers contiin long articles in ap preciation of the Eaglish dramatist, and the theatres are staging his plays. Steamer Iluon, 73 toes, carrying fruit from channel ports to Hobart, foundered in D'Entrecasteaux Channel. Three passengers drowned : Mrs Wme Gillon of lobart; her son, Charles Gillen, aged 4 ; and Mrs Annie Fish, of Oatlands. Further interesting disclosures made in ithe White Paper dealing with Go vernment's instructions to the army and navy in connection with the Ulster c!isis. Provisional.President Huerta has broken cfl diplomatic relations with United States, and ordered American charge d'Afflirs (MIr Nelson O'Shangh nessy) to withdraw from Mexico City. Ratepayers of Pa'merston, N.Z , have sanctioned loan of £100,000 for purehase of the gasworks. Mioistes for Education (Sir Alexander Peacock) has sanctioned erection of new building for a high and State school ...
SHEPPARTON IMPERIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
SHEPPARTON IMPERIALS. On Friday evening the annual meet ing of the Shepparton Imperial Football Club was held at Nolan's Criterion Hotel, when there was a fair attendance of members present, presided over by Mr Harold Fidler (president), Before reading the balance-sheet the president stated the club had had a very success. ful season. They had won the pro. mierehip with an unbeaten record and would stare the present season with a balance in hand. The principal items of expenditure were : uniforms, £6 10s 3d; printing, £1 4s 6d; umpire, £3 5e; oranges, £1 2s 6d, shire council percent. age, £2 14s 83; footballs, £1 10s; players' expenses, 11s Gd; challenge match, £1 7a 6d, with smaller amounts making a total of £23 7s 5d. The gate receipts amounted to £9 4s 93; dona tions, £5 16s; while players had paid £3 towards uniforms. The election of cfBi oers'resulted as follow :--President and treasurer, MIT Smith; senior vice-pre sident, Mr D Morgan; junior, .Mr Jack Connors; seoretary, Mr E ...
IN MEMORIAM SERVICE. THE LATE MRS H. E. S. BIRD. ADDRESS BY THE REV. J. W. THOMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 27 April 1914
IN MEMORIAM SERVICE. THE LATE MaIS H, E. S. BIRD. ADDRESS BY THE REV. J. W. THOMAS. There was a large attendance at the memorial service of the late Mrs Bird, in the Baptist Church, Fryers-street, on Sunday. 12th inst. The Rev J W Thomas took for a basis of his discourse the words of the Apostle Paul in I Corinthians xiii, 12 : "But then shall I know even as also I am known." Mr Thomas said: I think most minds are deeply imbued with the desire to live in a lfss limited sphere than the present one. Perhaps this perpective in creases with the coming of ySars. With the youth the present is all in all but as the years advance the focus comes that it is not all of life to live. I do not think it at all proper to allcw an element of discontent to obscure the real beauty and joy contained in this life. Surely it is a priceless pri vilege to live in the fltsh, but I think a true sense of continued disembodied spiritual life is not only a great tonic helping to build up a character, but give...