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Shepparton News Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings, MONDAY, MARCH 16. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

Sbepparton Retos Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY, MARCH 16. The people of Undera and Wyuna have recommenced their agitation for the construction of a railway line which shall serve the people of those important districts. The railway asked for will branch ' off (he main Goulburn .Valley line •<t Mooroopna and traverse the populouis districts, of Ardmona, Norttt Mooroopoa, Undura and. Wyuna, where it is expected to terminate for the present. Hitherto the Undera and Wyuna railway leagues have waged an uphill fight to secure the early construction of this important line, which is truly national in its character. It will tra verse a district that is alrtady well populated, and which, with railway facilities, has enormous potentiali ties. For one thing, the district is largely.within th« irrigation area, and most-people acquainted with the Benefits of a plentiful and as sured supply of water know what that means in a country subject to droughts. With a railway ...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

AUCTION 8AL.ES TO COME. A USEFUL SUMMARY. Tuesday, March 17. Shepparton Cattle Sale. Thursday, March 19. Tocumwal Stock Sale. D. Baker's Clearing, Gillieston Friday ,March 20. T. J. M'Mahon's Clearing Sale at Congupna. Monday, March 23. Murchison Stock Sale. Monday, March 30. Kialla Stock Sale. Date to be Fixed. C. H. Hawkins'- subdivisional Land Sale. In March. P. Miechel's Clearing Sale at Tallygaroopna. E. tiusking's Clearing Sale, at Waaia. Privately. Keast Morris & Miles, Carumbi Estate, Stockinfcingal, N.S.W., 30,000 acres in suitable lots. Boyd and Clark. Parkes, New South Wales, advertise some oheap properties. J. L. Jeffers & Co. PTY LTD. STOCK AND 8TATION AGENT8 The Olderfleet, 475 Collins St., Mel-, ■ bourne ; and at Dubbo, N.S. W. E. G. O'Hanlou, Managing Director, Dubbo, N.S.W. P. D. K. O'Honlon, Manager at Molbourne. £or Sale, at Dubbo; 5000 Acres, mostly good Wheat land and is good Sheep ci>untry._ 6-wire fencing, permanent water ; 4-roomed house an...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KEY B SH[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

KEY B SH/JRP. Rocked in tl»e <?raplf> fir the deep. Buy JJ, MftroliaU's boots foe thpyarp 0Hf)&p; ■ . They havg quality and wiU perT tainly stand any.tesl. : - One trial of> Rait and I'm sure you'lj aayu^ey are best —Opposite Sheppartoq^'Newa

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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LOCAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

LOOflL WARKKT. Buttkr {felling)... la 1 d tol* M Koos (giving) 8(1 } doz Bacon'(»elling) Is to la -id Ham (selling) ... Is to 1h '2d lb Wheat (giving) ... 3s 5d bushel Chaff (selling) ... £3 5s ton Onions (Boiling)... 10a per owt. I'.iTATOKs (Helling) iicw 7s owt. - Floor (selling) ... 15s 3d bag ISuan (soiling) |» Id hus (aelitjig) irt \d liua CaWT Si? IKS (giving) 6d per lb .<HKfcr SK(NB (Riving) 3J'd per lb

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FIGHTING A DRY SEASON. ENSILAGE ECONOMICALLY MADE. TAMLEUGH WEST FARMER'S METHOD. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

FIGHTING A DRY SEASON. ENSILAGE ECONOMICALLY MADE. . ' TAMLEUGK WEST FARMER'S METHOD. How to keep a small amount of ensilage without going to the great expense of building silos and making pits. has. been de monstrated bya district farmer. Dairy fanners will remember the dry years of 1907 and 1012. The large dairy herds were very greatly reduced through star vation during 1907, and the losses were- gradually -being overcame in the-following.years until 1912 was reached. With it came another disaster. This in many cases meant the undoing of some, who have since pre ferred to risk their capital in more profitable undertakings. The trouble generally was a lack of suitable food and change of fodder throughout a prolonged dry spell. The attendant sick nesses and poor condition wea kened the cows and they were suon "counted out." The niofe prosperous man on the land has provided himself to a great extent against drought by the installation of silos and a plentiful supply of hay. His less ...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY CONNECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

RAILWAY CONNECTION. "Lambraiser" writes as fol lows in Thursday's Moira "In dependent" :—Now that the Shepparton freezing works are in course of construction and will be in readiness next Oc tober to treat our lambs and fat stock, might 1 be permitted to make a suggestion though your valuable medium to the land owners of this district that the lime is now ripe to petition the Government for connecting line either from Godrambat. Deven ish or St. James to Dookie. This connecting link has long been wanted, so as to connect up with the Shepparton district as the ad vantages of same are obvious. I might state that I hail with delight the establishment of our own freezing works, as I realise that it will put pounds into the pockets of every stock raiser in the Goulburn Valey and our own district, seeing that it will be run on sound co-operative principles, ;:nd by a directorate with a thor 'gh knowledge of our require ments. In conclusion I trust that every- inlluence will be^brought to ...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNDERA RAILWAY LEAGUE. AT WORK IN SHEPPARTON. ENTHUSIASTIC PROMISES OF SUPPORT. INSPECTING OFFICER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

UNDERA RAILWAY LEAGUE. AT WORK IN SHEPPARTON. ENTHUSIASTIC PROMISES OF SUPPORT. INSPECTING OFFICER'S REPORT. At a meeting of the Under a Progress Association and Rail way League, held on Saturday evening, 7 th inst.. Messrs Robert Stewart (president), R. James (secretary) and Mr E. Davies, i were deputed to wait on leading men in Shepparton to enlist their support of the movement for the proposed railway line from Mooroopna through Ard mona, Nth Mooroopna, Undera to Wyuna, which the different leagues . have been working so energetically for of late. In accordance with the desire of the meeting these three gen tlemen, along with Mr. J. P. Law ler, the secretary Df the Wyuna league, travelled to Shepparton on Saturday last for the pur pose of gaining first hand knowledge of the attitude of the Shepparton people towards this proposed line. Among the gentlemen inter viewed were Mr Byass, secretary of the agricultural society, Mr Bennett, secretary of the Goul burn Valley Industries Co.,...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REMINDERS FOR APRIL. CULTIVATION; [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

REMINDERS FOR APRIL. CULTIVATION; ...Kara.—Dig potatoes as they n i dure. Carl out. and spread si able K.mue. Prepare and plough land f'.ir main cereal crops. Sow Cliou Woollier seed in beds for trans planting. Sow the following na ture per acre for green feed dur ing the winter months for the dairy herd: 1* bushels, oats; J bushel, Cape barley; J bushel, tick beans; * bushel vetches. Sow giant drumhead cabbage for transplanting (lib. sufficient for I acre, in rows 3 feet apart;, provided the.-soil is in good friable Condition, plants from seed sown last month should be planted out. Sow wheat and oats according to locality; also rape for winter feed or green manur ing. Prepare clean seed bed for lucerne; and sow Hunter River,: Arabian. Turkestaji or Peruvian seed, free from dodder, in drills 7 inches apart and at the rate oi i2lbs. of seed per acre. So^ permanent pagtuj'fi? u-itlj gr'assos and oioyerg. ; " An infant daughter of Mr Jas. Young, of Tamleugh West, sijs taine.i a broken ...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOWLS. NORTHERN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

B0WL8. •Northern association on SainP,?i' fon.1VISi'fid Wnughnu w*. Trea||VShPinarl011. ": \Vhiii, >e Ander?on Stubbs ti 21 Sndgr?- K""l»11 i.

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAPTAIN RUNDLE'S IMPRESSIONS. Captain Rundle, when interviewed soon after his return from Bendigo, said:— [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

CAPTAIN RUNDLE's impres sions. iniS'"3'11 Kundl*-'. when in frr.JeS"d,80011 af,ei' tils return irom Bendigo, said • \%c had a very pleasant trip) indeed. The whole of the men I who went over were on their very 1 best behavior, and 1 had no 1 trouble whatever as far as they I wero concerned. . I "The Shepparton teams work : as well as they could be ex pected to do. They must ahvays |>e hampered in their work as long as they have only 281b per fcquare inch of a pressure* for Practice, whilst mo.st other bri gades work practically o° Pressure of 110 to 1201U. As far as their work was concerned our men put up better times than they have ever done at practice; "Ut, of course, they were . not" to other' brigades with better advantages. • ' ..' may say that I was com plimented all round on the,.fltie turnout 0f the bandsmen.- Every where I went their praises were ®u%' lo me, and although, 1 was flighted at. the impressions they [>ad made, even praise begins w pall. So far as I could ...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VIOLET TOWN SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

VIOLET; TOWN SHIRE COIMCI!.' li-'-X Monday;: margh: 9. Present: -Crs Forshaw (pre {'aideritL:'M'Shane,';.'MitcheH'hWil-" sop. Black, Buckland, Gordon .and Roach. i Correspondence. I! : Department of public.'Works, ' stated.'' that the. Governor . ;in CoUhfcil had approved,'. of the .allocation bf the following sums for expenditure by the'Council of the Shire of Violet Town'.— Towards roads, damaged by ;tim ber traffic (re-vote) £59/10/10; towards erection of bridge at Na liriga, £300, joint work with Shepparton shire . council, .to expend £600 additional; towards Harry's Creek road, £150, coUn I oil to expend £150 additional; to-. I wards :ropairs of flood damages , (re-vote) £85; council to expend £35 additional.—Received. Department of Public "Works • stated that balance of-grant for : improvements of. southern por-f tion of Boho road, £80, was still available for expenditure. As the vote was granted in Au gust, 1907, it was considered i that the work should be carried '.out witho...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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CRICKET, [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

CRICKET, f The Victorian Cricket Assoc iation has arranged that a com bined team from sub-district clubs will play at Kyabram on Good Friday and Saturday and at Shepparton on'Easter Monjday and Tuesday. ' /

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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SHEPPARTON FREEZING WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

SHEPPARTON FREEZING WORKS. A projectfraught with great and impprtant potentialities,, in - the interests ofthe producers of the Goulburn valley, and of thei people as a whole, is' the -founda tion of' the Gtihlirarn Valley In dus tries. Co.,-'Ltd.: It iias-:long; been srecognised i that rthe . rural producers laokithe.art of suc cessful organisation and union for;'their mutual benefit, which characterises the actions of min ers, artisans, etc. Perhaps this cannot bei wondered at, consid ering that ..from the nature of :th.oU\ advocation they are ne cessarily, more soattered, there fore rendering,.the task of form ing an indissoluble body much' more arduous than in the case where large numbers of men with communion of interests live within- asmall space. However, this herculean- task of co-opera tion was commenced some two years ,ago. and they are in the proud position ,to-day of see ing their works now on the way to completion* and will be able to treat the coming season's lambs and...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. TENNIS. UNDERA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

I SPORTS AND PASTIMES. ' ■' TENNIS. UNDERA CLUB. A meeting of the Undera Ten nis Club was held in the fechool on Friday evening, March 13. The president (Gr. R. Stewart) | occupied the chair. The trea-^ surer (Mr. James) read a finan cial statement, which was re ceived. Mr R. Warren moved, ai.d Mr. T. !>>' i<a:i seeoadod that a dance be held to proviso fund* for the club. A committee of Misses Davies, Maddisoii, and Messrs. Thomas Doolau, Richard Warren, and Hector M/Klroy were appointed to carry ont all arrangements for the dance. A few accounts were passed for payment, and the meeting then closed. The dance committee subsequently held a meeting to arrange for the dance. The (Into iwas fixed for Friday, April 3, ! three weeks' hence, anu the prine of tickets was fixed at 2/u. It 13 intended to hold a lumitiug on Saturday evening, 20th inst. to niake final arrangements about the dance. It is very pleasing to note the genuine interest that is taken in tennis in Under...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DRUID'S GALA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

DRUID'SGALA. The Druids have cjecided that .this year the proceeds of their Gala art un,ion and bazaar shall be devoted exclusively to a char ity whose benefits are: strictly reserved for the helpless poor who are inflicted with incurable diseases, namely, the Austin Hospital; Heidelberg, which pro vides accommodation for 230.in mates, and is with one exception the largest medical charity in. the State', "the cost of maintenance annually being Over £11,500. Such an object whose noble work in addition to relieving the wbrst forms of human suffering, is a ^permanent safeguard of public health, they feel confident cannot but meet with public sympathy and approval, and they therefore rely upon its generous support •Bnd'co-operation in the task be fore' them. Tfhere is no sharper sting in the pathos of the Austin than in cases Where strength lights hard; Greater agony there may be—the cancer wards are' full of histories of such ghastly formentthat it may not be told— but there the ;fight...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

DONE SO QUIETLY . It comes like a ray of sunr shine. - Makes the old fplks. happy. Makes the young • folks. joy ful. Takes the load of the back. It's done so quietly. No fuss about it. : What is it? ^ . Why, Dban's Backache,Kidney Pills. ' The little kidney wonder workers. What will they do? < Read what this woman says: Mrs Edward Canham, Stewart street Shepparton, says:—"Off and on for years my husband suffered agony from backache and other symptoms of kidney trouble. His back wais often so bad that, he would be confined to his bed for days and could not move without .assistance. . His ankles and legs swellod consid erably, and the kidney secretions were affected, being 'thick and iloudy, with a red sediment. He ilways felt tired and dull, and ;ven when he was able to get ibout, he had no energy and bould not atoop without suffer- • ing terribly. He had medical at tention, but the treatment did not benefit him, and he was at. a loss to know what to do for; a cure; when D...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

Autumn 3'Hf W TO'cLeiinan's GRAND WINDOW AND INDOOR DISPLAY WILL TAKE FLACE ON FRIDAY EVENING NEXT, 20th MARCH, When all the Latest Novelties will be displayed AN OPEN INVITATION is extended to ALL. J. P. McLENNiAN'S. Quality and Cheapness! The Race for Cheapness Is Expensive to tbe Wearer. ... There are SUITS and SUITS. Factory-made SUITS that are cheap and stroDg, but after a few week's wear are quite shabby'and out of shape; and there is the HIGH-CLASS TAILOR-MADE SUIT, with each garment specially built, which look well after 12 months' wear. . . . If you are after the latter—— MITTON -Is Your Man! Wyndhatn Street = Shepparton. Late David Wilson's Premises,- Opp. Mecbanics'Tnstitute. DO YOU ALWAYS KNOW? The best methods to employ in managing your Horses, Cattle, ."-beep, - Pigs and Poultry with a view to greater profit. DO YOU REALLY KNOW How to solve difficult Problems o! soil, crop, drainage, irrigation, manuring, fodder und ensilage? Slott's (Correspondence College,. CAN TISAU...

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

OleanllneM and Civility, j" 3ame . old address—-Fryera It., (Opposite Union .Hotel). H'DONALDSTBRMINU8 HOTEL EAST END, iBHEPPARTON. Only the b,eatbr*nds of Wines, A|e^glrlU,Llqu.r. and Clgara CIVILITY AND ATTENTION. AS SURED. The Terminus being within: a stone throw of the Railway Sta tion has always been recognised by visitors as a favorite house of call, and that reputation is being maintained. Farmer*. Three new loose boxes have recently beeu erected, mak , iag a total of eight. YOUR FAVOR SOLICITED. JA8.' M'OUKALD, Proprietor. TO OWNER8 OP OIL AND BENZINE ENQ1NES. Duplicates, Fuel Lubricating Oil &c., may be obtained at SHEPPfiRYON MOTOR WORK*. (Rear of filaltby's Shepparton Hotel). We make a specialty of oil en gine repairs of any make. Valves bearings, bushes, Piston Rings made on the shortest notice. All repairs are guaranteed of th-> best workmanship. Several per sonal recommendations from prominent farmers, and business people of the district. Letters, lolegrams,...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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MOOROOPNA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 March 1914

MOOROOPNA HOSPITAL The monthly meeting of the   board of management of above was held on Thursday, when there were present: Messrs. J. F. Johnson (president), Pickworth, Montgomery, Fair, Morrison, Whitehead, Muntz, Knight, Fel- stead and L. McLeod. An apology was received from Mr. Barzen. Correspondence.     J. Wilson, Senior-constable, Numurkah, re John Wood, de- ceased. The police held an amount of 13/1, and it was con- sidered only fair that the hos- pital should have same to help defray expense of his treatment. —Received. M. A. Farrell, North Mooroop- na, forwarded promised dona- tion of £2. Mr. Farrell was not in the hospital quite a fortnight.— Received. A. G. Horner, Tallygaroopna, forwarded fruit and vegetables left over from harvest festival at St. Luke's Church.—Received. W. W. Wallis, Shepparton, forwarded cheque for £2/17/6, proceeds of children's bazaar at his house.—Received. Fred Wilkinson, Kialla West, forwarded cheque for £6 ...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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A DASTARDLY OUTRAGE. BOMB BY POST. STATE OFFICIALS INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 March 1914

A DASTARDLY OUTRAGE. BOMB BY POST. STATE OFFICIALS INJURED. An extraordinarycrimewasper Eetrated ori Monday in Mel ourne, a bomb being delivered by post to Mr Frederick E. Lee, a member of the Lands Purchase Board, by the morning mail, at the office in the State Buildings. The package in which the bomb was contained was perfectly harmless looking, and Mr Lee was opening it .without any thought of unpleasant conse auences, when he and those in le room with him were shocked, by a loud report, stunned by the concussion, and cut in various parts of the body by splinters of iron, glass and wood. Those injured were:— Frederick E. Lee, member of the Lands Purchase Board, re siding; at the Majestic Mansions, St. Kilda; abrasions on right leg caused by shot pellets and shock. Thomas Hastie, member of the Lands Purchase Board, residing at Ardmillan road; Moonee Ponds; deep cut oh forehead, nearly an inch long and shock. Reginald Gordon Jones, mes senger, residing at Port Mel bourne; abrasions...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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