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THE LATE MR, F. W. LOWRY. AN APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

THE LATE MR, F. W. LOWRY. AN APPRECIATION. The Rev R. Jackson, of Frankston, contributes the fol lowing able appreciation of the lato F. W. Lowry to the "Spec-: tator;":— ' Mr Lawry spent the younger years of his life in the Shep parton district, giving his at tention to pastoral and agri cultural interests. Some six teen years ago he removed to Euroa and entered into busi ness, and by his regularity, ci vility, and uprightness, and by a set purpose not to sacrifice any safety for speed, lie, in a few years secured considerable patronage, and built up a very satisfactory, business. Mr Lowry and family were adherents and members of the Methodist Church. It was when I was appointed circuit minister at Euroa that I became ac quainted with the family. Dur ing my term I had frequent in teraction and fellowship in business and church matters, with him. If we did not see and get together on all points, we certainly did get together on a great many, and'I grew to re spect him highly and to ...

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SHEPPARTON SHIRE WATERWORKS TRUST. SHORTAGE OF WATER. RATEPAYERS' REQUIREMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

SHEPPARTON SHIRE WATER WORKS TRUST. SHORTAGE OF WATER. RATEPAYERS' REQUIREMENTS The monthly meeting ol the j Shire of Sheppartori Waterworks [Trust was held on Monday even-' ing, March 9, at the Shire Hall. Present: The chairman (Com G. H. Denker.), Corns W. Pinchbeck, I Geo. Bitcon, jun., R. Roe. W. ! Phillips, E S Green and E Quin lan. - • Correspondence, James Lamrock drew attention to bad state of "Lamrock"' chan nel. It required deepening in parts and the banks making up. —Channel to be cleaned out, on the motion of Corns Quinlan and Roe. P. R. Brooks asked for exten sion of three days for comple tion of contract from Dookie ; line to O'Keefe's creek.—Request granted, on the motion of Corns Quinlan and Bitcon. State Rivers and Water Sup ply Commission stated there was no objection to the Trust's chan nel guard having.a duplicate key to Gowangardie off-take in order to facilitate regulation of sup plies. It was advisable that Trust's officer should co-oper ate-with caretaker to ...

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HOW I SAVED MY HAIR. I [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

HOW I SAVED MY HAIR. I "My hair was thin, short; dry and brittle. Every Lime I com bed or brushed it large quanti ties came out, and I had begun to fear that soon I should be en tirely bald. A specialist whom I consulted said mine was a par ticularly bad case of dandruff— so bad that he knew of only one thing which he hoped would overcome the trouble and res tore my scant tresses to their former luxuriance and beauty. He told me to get my chemist to prepare a lotion composed of three ounces'of bay rum, one ounco lavona de composee and quarter dram menthol crystals, and to rub this "into the scalp twice a day with the finger tips. I was sceptical, but did what I was told. To my delighted as tonishment I soon noticed that my hair had stopped falling out and in a few weeks my head was covered with a new growth of .downy hair. I continued the use of the lotion until Iposs'ess ed a head, of hair, all my own, that is'the wonder of all my 'friends. My specialist says he has known of many c...

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SHEPPARTON SHIRE COUNCIL. After our report closed on Monday evening the following business was transacted:—Motions Carried. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

SHEPPARTON SHIRE OOUNOIL. After our report olosed on Monday evening the/following business was transacted:— - Motions Carried. Grs Fair and Mitchell: 'mat tenders returnable in a week be invited fo a new sawn timber picket feDce, eastern approach to new bridge over Goulburn River. ' . , Grs Ryan and Morgan;: That the engineer decides during the month where the Dookie Col lege grant is to be spent; Doo kie Riding councillors to have the power to call tenders. Grs Fair and Sheil: That tenders be invited returnable next month for clearing stumps from depot road. Grs Bitcon and Denker: That tenders be called returnable at next meeting for 40 chains met alling continuation of present metalled road west of Tallyga roopna station; 28 chains con tinuation of same metalled road on east; and 30 chains gravel continuation on east, gravel to be oblaied from Prideaux's pit, Katandra. Crs Phillips and Green: That tenders be called returnable in a fortnight' for- carting metal for 30 more chains. ...

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YABBA FARMERS' UNION. ANNUAL MEETING. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

YABBA FARMERS' UNION. ANNUAL MEETING. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. The annual meeting of the Yabba Farmers' Union and Agency Association Ltd was held on 7 th inst.. when there was a large attendance. The balance .sheet, showing a substantial credit balance, was read, and in moving its adoption Mr. Jas. Cummins remarked on the great progress of the asso ciation in its two years' of exis tence; also on the ^benefits 4hat district farmers had" derived by being connected with the asso ciation. The motion was seconded by Mr. T. P. Ryan and unanimously carried. A progressive policy was out lined for the future and share holders were unanimous that the scope of the association's busi ness be extended. The election of officers for the ensuing twelve months resulted as follows:—President, Mr. J. Ryan (Katandra); vice-presi dents, Messrs. T. Smyth and J. Hogan; secretary. Mr. M. Smyth (re-elected); treasurer, Mr. E. M'Laughlin; auditor, Mr. Jas. Cummins (re-elected); finance committee, Messrs. M. O'...

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. IMPORTANT COMMITTEE MEETING. DEATH OF AN OLD MEMBER. ELECTION OF OFFICEBEARERS. MR. T. H. ROE APPOINTED PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

; i- it, .r^sa AGRICULTURAL SOOIKTY. IMPORTANT COMMITTEE MEETING. DEATH OF AN OLD MEMBER. ELECTION OF OFFICE- j BEARERS. j MR. T. H. ROE APPOINTED j PRESIDENT. A special meeting of the newly appointed committee of the Shep pai-lon Agricultural Society was uold on Saturday afternoon in the lodge room of the Star aiiatre. There was an unus ually large attendance: of mem- j bers, comprising the following: ■ Messrs. J. A. K. Clarke, H. Gold- i well , Jas .O'Connell, G. G. ' Thompson, Wm. Ross, W. Gibbs, Jas. Guthrie, E. H. Graham, J. j M. M'Nabb, A. Darvenlza, W. A. I Trewin, T. H. Hoe,,:ft. A. E. Jef i'ery, Ohas. Lyne, R. O. Liltey, Jas. Phillips, K H. Wright, W. R. "Vincent, J. C. T.weddle, Jas. Tweddle, i'. H. Cooper,, R. C. Lethbridge, Z. Akers, TV Gourlay, R. Gourlay, E. Quinlan, Pat. Col lins, J. Iverrins, Luke Pither, T. Gawne, P. A. Kerrins, Geo Blight it. Roe, J. M'Donald, E. Coward, W. H. Sim, W. Sayers, E. Leahy, VV. Berry, J. F. Hillier,'Jas. Jel- , fery, b\ J. Harrison, D. ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

CRICKET. These matches were continued on Wednesday, under exceeding ly .trying weather conditions. Presbyterians and Church of England met on the recreation . reserve. Players in the former team wore black bands as a mark of respect to the memory of Master Harvie Victor Sandy, who had been a member of the team. Presbyterians were .de feated for the second time this season, the scores being: Church of England, 123; Presbyterians, 85. The highest scorers for the winners were: Fewster, 52; Lyons," 10; Palmer, 18; Date, 13; Aurisch, 23. The bowlers were: Date, 3 for 35; Shawe, 4 for 22; Fewster. 3 for 3. For the losers the scores of 10 and over were: Carroll, 40;, Revell, 17; Smith 10. Revell took 6 wickets fori 41 runs; Carroll, 1 for 43, and^Milne. 3 for 17. Methodists were easily defeat ed by the High School team, the scores being: High School, seven vickets for 159 runs; Methodists, 27 runs. Highest scorers for the winners: Liddelow, 33; Gay, 38; Thomas. 10; Palmer, 14; Quinn, 23. L...

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RABBIT POISONING. A NEW CONTRIVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

RABBIT POISONING. A NEW CONTRIVANCE.' A contrivance which is of special interest to farmers at this time of the year has been made by Mr. T. J. Wilkinson, of Tamleugh, for the purpose of facilitating poisoning operations He possesses a pollard poisoning cart, but has decided to try the apple system. He is making use of the machine, and has afllxed u apple distributor to the back of it. A funnel arrangement . contains the cut up pieces of apple, and at the bottom the space allows of only one or two pieces falling at the same time. A woden roller with two nicks, which distribute the bait about 18 inches apart, revolves on a spindle driven by the main wheel As the roller revolves and take3 •with it the small pieces of apple they are dropped into a chute and placed in the furrow.. This style as yet is only suitable for "free" feeds, the "live" bait having to be more carefully laid by hand. The appliance*"is one- tnat Mr. Wilkinson is willing to explain and demonstrate. Many farmers will...

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CONCERNING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

CONCERNING PEOPLE. The remains of the late Lindr say Thompson, who was drowned in Queensland about 18 months' ago, were brought from the northern State, and interred in the Camperdown cemetery. The deceased was a son of the Rev W. Thomson, formerly Presby terian minister of Mooroopna, and now the Prespyterian Immi gration agent. Miss Elizabeth Clarke has been appointed junior teacher at, Shepparton, with instructions to commence duty at once. Constable Humphryis, who has been appointed to the charge of the Yackandandah police station, left Shepparton this morning to take up nis new duties. His family will not leave until the | beginning of April. Rev R. Wilson Macauley, | whose discourses at yesterday's harvest festival services in the Presbyterian Church, Fryers street, were highly appreciated, was born in Newcastle-on-Tyne, | England. . He came to Perth (W.A.), with his parents in 1898, and joined the staff of the Union Bank in 1901. By night work and afterwards by atten dance at ...

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DOCTORS AND LODGES. ODDFELLOWS' RESOLUTION [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

DOCTORS AND LODGES. ODDFELLOWS' RESOLUTION i The question of doctors' fees is again discussed on Thurs day by the Grand Lodge of "Vic toria of the Independent Order of Oddfellows, now in their an- j nual session, in Melbourne. On the previous day Brother j Coventry had moved that the del egates to the United Friendly So- I cieties' Association should not give any consideration to the I British Medical Association's j agreement, auii the discussion on this was adjourned. When the matter came before members on Thursday Brother Coventry withdrew his motion, and sub- , stituted the following:— i "That the matter had been left the hands of the delegates to the ; United Friendly Societies' Asso- j ciation to do all in their power ; to conserve existing rights of the members and to resist as'far as ; possible additional charges | whenever such appeared to be unreasonable." I An amendment by Brother Barton, P.G.M., to the effect that . their delegates should come to no definite agreement wi...

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FIRE AT MOOROOPNA. SHOP AND STOREROOM DESTROYED. ESTIMATED DAMAGE. £450. MAN ARRESTED FOR LARCENY [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

FIRE AT NIOOROOPNA. SHOP AND STOREROOM DES TROYED. ESTIMATED DAMAGE. £150. MAN ARRESTED FOR LARCENY Shortly before 2 o'clock yes terday morning a lire broke out in premises situated between, Mr Colin McKenzie* s store" and Brown's butcher shop, occupied by Miss Mary Jane Randall, as a milliner's shop, and by Mr. McKenzie as a store room, etc., The rooms were completely gut ted. It was a . four-roomed wooden building. The two front cpoms were occupied by Miss Randall, who is also deputy re gistrar of births and deaths. The rear part of the premises was occupied as a storeroom and a bedroom in which was sleep ing Master Thomas McKenzie, aged 14 years son of the pro prietor. The premises were closed at 10 p.m., and-Mr. Mc Kenzie and family retired about 10.30. About 10 minutes to 2 a.m. young McKenzie was roused from his sleep by a crackling noise. -He ran out an^ saw that the storeroom was in flames, and then gave the alarm of lire. The firemen were quickly on the spot, but the flames...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

1 ■ ®®®®®®®2Xs ♦;:, ; r_r;': j • > r .. • • r:, . - V- ;-y AUTUMN : '; &3 WINTER 3X3®®®®sX5Xs>®(2X»s)(5Xg^ J j. ,,iA t * f ^ ' © 'v - ? 7 **< ■" ■ ■:)3 i a*-*:-:-: u-' ' .• , . •■ . ■ „ >® Special Window and Indoor Display on - 1 Friday Eve. Mar. 20 j OPENING EXHIBIT | - |> • JA" *Tj SHQW DAYS: ;- saturday, : March 21st. ♦:«♦»« ♦**♦♦♦♦♦■ ;-..V ■,?••.<■«'is •"•3 : - "Monday,* March 23rd i —: — — © It is with Genuine Pleasure we invi'.e. you to our S : Opening Display of the Latest and Newest for Autumn <§ :.Jk;',;, . and Winter ® ; _ Our Reputation for Exclusiveness and Individuality © ; . is something we guard very carefully, and you will find . § that'never befofs have we made such an elaborate and §j | extensive showing in all the Newest and Latest Novelties. © ; tuesday, March 24th : I i . i Something Worth Knowing !■«■ Large Reduction in Price of the World's Best Cycles. Now is ymir time to get_the Best CYCLE at a LOW CRICK. ....

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FIRE IN WYNOHAM STREET. BIG CASH STORE DESTROYED. MR WEIDENBACH'S LOSSES. FINE WORK OF FIREMEN. FIGHTING THE FIRE FIEND. OVER £6000 DAMAGES. CIVILIANS' ASSISTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

FIRE IN WYNOHAM STREET. BIG CASH STORE DESTROYED. MR WEIDENBACH'S LOSSES. FINE WORK OF FIREMEN. FIGHTING THE FIRE FIEND. OVER £6000 DAMAGES. CIVILIANS' ASSISTANCE. At 7.15 p.m. oil Thursday last a fire broke out in Weidenbach's "Big Cash Store." Wyndham street, which resulted in the complete destruction of stock and building It was only as the result, of the splendid work of the firemen left at home for duty, in the-absence of many of their comrades at the Bendigo demonstraition, that further heavy loss was averted. The brick building destroyed is owned by Mr W. Furphy, of J. Furphy and Sons, iron founders. It has only been erected a little over three years,- and was built on the site formerly occupied as a foundry, adjoining A. Miller and Co's., "The People's Palace." The premises were covered by an insurance of £1000, in the United ! Company, for which Mr J. M'Causland is the local agent. Mr Weidenbach's heavy general stffCk was insured for about £3000 in the Aachem-Munich Company...

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GOWANGARDIE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

GOWANGARDEE SOUTH. Gr. G. E. Henderson; who has been under Dr Davies' care at Violet Town, for a carbuncle on his neck is still further troubled by the appearance of another close to the first one. His friends are anxious for a speedy recovery to his. former good health. Messrs. Harry and Douglas Gibbs(sons of Mr. Job. Gibps) of this district; who lately com menced to study for the minis try at Wesley House. Lonsdale Street. Melbourne,- like the work, and have been busily , engaged in their duties. They -havp taken services at several' of the sub urban Methodistcjiurthes. A meeting7 of pariants of chil dren attending the Earlstone State School was held on Wed nesday to elect members of the school committee. There was a poor attendance. Several resig nations were forwarded and the vacancies were subsequently filled. The names of six out of the seven ladies and- gentlemen eleoted have been supplied as follow:^-Mrs. F, A. Wall, Cr. and Mrs. Henderson, Mrs; J. Wal lace, Mr, Ti Gibbs, Mr...

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DIED IN HIS BED. SUDDEN DEATH OF MR ROBERT JONES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

died jn; his bed. SUDDEN DEATH OF MR b ROBERT JONES. \ Mr Robert'F. Jones, a well iHosvii aud highly respected Bdcnt of Kialla West, died suddenly in bed on Thursday ni"ht 'l'lie deceased gentleman tin been troubled for some time with what he regarded as judi cation but never consulted a medical man,, taking but little notice of his complaint. On Thursday night he complained of severe pains in his chest, and went into his bedroom He seem ed to go into a sound sleep,,, but at 10 30 p.in. his wife noticed that he was breathing heavily. He was carried on to the ver andah by his wife and son. and o fpw minutes later. T.he cause of death was found at the inquiry to be fatly degenera tion of the heart, accelerated by the heat of the weather. The Inquiry. On Friday afternoon at Kialla West an inquiry into the cause of death was held by Mr A. Whitehead, J.P.. the deputy cor oner, when evidence was taken. Clara Jones deposed: The de ceased, Robert Featherstone Jones, was my husband. I re mem...

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DISTRICT NEWS. CONGUPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

DI8TRICT NEWS. CONGUPNA. On Sunday, March 8, the Con gupna Methodist Sunday-school held its anniversary services. In the afternoon, Rev H. -P. Phillips preached a splendid ser mon from the text "Feed my Lambs." "The -children of the world are the lambs of God," said the preacher. Some of his main points were:—It-is the" duty, of parents to feed their chil dren—"the lambs of God." Be fore they can feed the-Ichiliit properly Ihey-mitfSt understand the child. The child should be fed on proper food to suit every phase of its nature—physically, morally, mentally, in good habits v)f conduct, and religiously. The children of to-day are to be the men and women of to-morrow. The great, good men of to-mor row will come from our boys of to-day, and the wise loving women of to-morrow, must come' from the girls of to-day. But - also the drunkards, gamblers, and the men sunken in vice, must also come from the boys of to-day, and street women, etc., must come from our girls of to-day. It is the du...

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[?]IR BOYS AT BENDIGO. [?] BAND'S CREDITABLE PERFORMANCE. NEL MARSHALL'S PRAISE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

• IR BOYS AT BENDIGO. : . \* BAND'S CREDITABLE PERFORMANCE. N'EL MARSHALL'S PRAISE in-Major Bailey is very • - of his "hoys"—the mem • if tilt' Sh«pparton Town : and (if the discipline thai •■hserved. They found, on irrival at "the golden city'' ceominodation had been • i for them at the Queen's in Williamson Street. The w : r-.etor (Mr. Teague) was a lid host and his : ;nt of the Shepparton •s was more of a lal nature than that of dinary host. appropriate uniform of ers nf the hand attracted than the usual amount of ion in the great torchlight ision which inaugurated troeeedmss on 'Luesday Tilt; Bendigo "Adver of the following day made 1 reference t" the turnout, and declared the white coats and helmets to he the most, appro priate uniforms worn under such weather conditions as thost which prevailed. The reporter had also something tlattenng to say of the band's performances. The marches, he states, were selected by the bandmaster, Mr. R J.Beainan, and they delighted the hearers ev...

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FRYERS STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. HARVEST FESTIVAL SERVICES TWO POWERFUL DISCOURSES LARGE CONGREGATIONS. ARTISTIC DECORATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

FRYERS: STREET PRE8BY ; TERIAN OHUROH. : HARVEST FESTIVAL SERVICES TWO POWERFUL DISCOURSES .. LARGE CONGREGATIONS. ARTISTIC DECORATIONS. Harvest festival services in con nection with the Fryers-street Presbyterian Church were con ducted yesterday morning and evening by the Rev.. It. Wilson Macauley. B.A., of Elsternwick, There was a large congregation at the morning service. The building was crowded at the evening service. Each sermon was an intellectual treat, and was greatly appreciated. A Profane Person. The subject of the morning's discourse was "A Profane Per son,' the text being. "Looking carefully .... lest there be any profane person, as Esau, who for one mess of meat sold his own birthright. For ye know that when he afterwards desired to inherit the blessing he was re jected." Heb. xii, 16, 17. At sunset, said the preacher, mem bers of Isaac's family were ga thering for the evening meal. Their house was only a house all day; now it is' a home, and family life is at its clim...

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SALES AT SKEPPARTON CORPORATION YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

SALES AT SKEPPARTON COR PORATION! YARDS. CATTLE ... MARCH 17 PIGS MARCH 23 - SHEEP ... ... MARCH 24

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

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