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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 30 April 1914
PERSONAL. Sergeant Kennedy, of Sheppar. ton, has accepted the offer of the Police department, to take charge at Eleternwick. ue evr DI A M'Eachern has do. finitely accepted the offer, from Bishop Armstrong, of the incum. bency of St Dunstan's Church of England, Violet Town, in the place of the Rev T Tinniswood. A wel come social is to be tendered Mr and Mrs M'Eachern by the church wardens and vestry to-morrow (Friday). Mr E Slee (manager of theViolet Town b:anch of the National B nk) and Mrs Slee are at present on holi day. ~ir Cooper is the relieving offcer. Vn sergeant Drummond, of Benalla (formerly of Nathalia, and a mem. her of the Mooroopna Hospital board of management), was taken last week on a stretcher to the Polic4 Hanifal ffl -- - iln s .... " . . . . .. LIUI. anl illness whih, it is stated, has ot been definitely diagnosed by his medical adviser. The sufferer has been ailing off and on for the past. four years, but about three months ago he became so greatly indis posed t...
HOSPITAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 30 April 1914
HOSPITAL CONCERT. BY THE LOCAL IFRIENDLY SOCIETIES. Sunday's demonstration on behalf of the Mooroopna Hospital, by combined Friendly Societies of Sheppatrton, was suoccessfully succeeded on Tuesday even ing by a very acceptable concert in the Star Theatre. All who could give asseeistaneoo when called upon, readily responded; and the success of the musical treat was larcely due to Mr T' Ii. Irvino who nad organised it, and personally attended to its fulfilment. The Town and Model Bands paraded the streets prior to the performance, and filled the air with their inspiriting music, which also seemed to remind citizene that aid from them for a noble cause was awaiting; and this nodonb to a considerable extent assisted towards filling the theatre with an enthusiastic audience-an assemblage that had come with a mind made uptoenjoy itsolf,andit succeeooded eminently well in that desire. Nor could it have boon otherwise with suca an ottroctivo musical bill of iaro as was presented; and with ...
JOTTINGS FROM DOOKIE. FOOTBALLERS NOT ACTIVE. TRANSFER OF FATHER ROONEY [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 30 April 1914
JOTTINGS FROM DOOKIE. FOOTBALLERS NOT AOTIVE, TRANSFER OF FATHER ROONEY (From Our Owvn Correspondent). There seems to be very little interese shown in football circles heso this es?a son,.the only inclination being so far the local shop hands iodulginc in sa kck during the lunch hour. Nothing has been done in placing the newly-pur chased recreation ground in order for the approaching season. Probably this may be accounted for by the appointing of farmers as a working bee to carry out the work. Their teams ere fully en. gagedin harvesting operations at pre. sent Foxes are again numerous on the hills adjsaoent to this town; and thanks to our local sports, many have already been laid low.[ The Wednesday after noon holiday-makers (male sex) have for some years past, during the winter months, turned their attention to thit class of amusenient, and no doubt profiat to some extent. The Rov Father Rooney, who has been parish priest here for over three years, has received noticq of transfer ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 30 April 1914
Sales -at Shepparton Corporation Yards. CATTLE ... MAY 12 SHEEP ......... MAY 5 PIGS ... ... ... MAY 4 SALE FIXTURES FOR APRIL & MAY. S Sat:rf~a, -sy 2 Tstns Piz- Sale Sail, G 3IMdy, -Hig-I. Mooreogna hsorse Ils 4 Tobha tiorh S'-_?.?,:. Tess-ty. lhy 5:h- . ~ri - --. .i ; Shep;~~ Sheppinc sh (s: W.edn.hy, Msyv 6:h Sp-cii hl:se is-e, Shejs:::n !T_ run--=a., >-h- 2:.= Tst-ra S:ek Ei!e F:Iday. Sk ,'"- ?? Clesring -de. v._ M Esy, ELokia SpeBiil S:3ck Siie, S4hEppirto 31cd.y, .sy !hh IDacki tsek -tals Merung :: t Tc-i£1y, Lhyi2- Sheppar:. n es::.1 sa_ 'eitmedi , ray 13 Nai ur?n S::IL 1S" irn±-sc-v MPr 1± Katandro s:ck- rate Tatura Sicek Sal Mo?day, M3y 15 Clearing sale, 5:3 Cv&lt;er, Toelzmb West Sa:r::dr.v. IShl 16- Taiernpl! rzad ::y sack- le 3Ioor::ps base ile Kialls stoik 5': Eheppanon pig =ile Mispclln .othly vteci sale She;par:on "heep -sle T'hurshy, 3ay 21 Tonumrl' -t-:ksle lMsnda, hay '5a tndera mo-nr.h:v 'eck -ale hflrchisan -tock er! Thtnrshy, May 29 ±afara st...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 30 April 1914
NIOVE'LTIES FOR AUTUWMN AND WINTER, 1914. MESSRS "A. MILLER & CO. have much pleasure in announcing their OPENING SHOW of ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN NEW SEASON'S GOODS, S.Which will be displayed on oSATURDAY, APRIL 4th, 1914, and following days EVERY DEPARTMENT offers a most comprehensive variety of NEWEST IMPORTATIONS. Your visit of inspection is cordially invited. S.A. MI. LER &1 C., TeE MI LLER S.TORE S. : : - - SHEPPARTON. inn il 1 ii ii. m nmm n u m n 1 1 nilni - ia u mii im unm m i mn ii I u il nn n i m NIi. l_ nin n '1 I l*llI | m III 'II 1111 11n II n *IN 11111 I In ni * I Il ROWE & CO. WINTER DISPLAY, Saturday, 4th April. See our Windows. I -" -- me"ALL REDDY" PETROL ENGINE It is the Best Farm Engine BECAUSE itis alwa1eaJdy for any and every p "upoe it is theiloivet priced Engine ofering it is Silent and smooth running it is Hopper-cooled, no water tanko required it is fitted with Magneto Ignition it is-giving perfect satisfaction to users and is gua...
SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 30 April 1914
SUNDAY SERVICES. METHODIST.-Shepparton, 11 Mr Ed wards; 7, Rev E Smith. Mooroopns, 11 Rev Smith; 7 Rev Phillips. Tally. garobpns, 8 Rev Smith. Osniambo, 11 Rev Phillps. Pine Lodge, 3 Mr Eddy. TankCorner, 11 Mr Eddy. Kialla, 3 R·ev Phillips. Congnpaa, 3 Mr J Phil. lips. Grahamvale, 3 Mir Edwards BisPmTz-SheppSrton, 11 (ObCilaren's Service), and 7, Rev J W Thomas. Karamomus 2-30, Mr A A Barrington. CHCRCH OF CHSlr.-Worship 11, Gospel 7--Preacher, MZr H M Clipstone PsEsssu-YEAN-Sheppsrton 11, and Shepparion Eastte 7.30, Mr A J Eipper. PinePine Lodge 11, Shepparton East 3, Shepparton 7--B-v George Paul. A~tIuces-III Sunday after Easter St. Augunstine's, Shepparton-S a.m., Holy Communion 11, Holy Eucharist and Sermon; 7 p.m., Evensong and Ser mon.-The Roctor. All Saint's, Vil lage Settlement-8 30 p.m., Evensong & Sermon. St.Peter'e,Arcsadta-11 am., ,atins and Sermon-Rev D Sherris. Tallygaroopns--ll a.m., St. John'si 3 p.m, Katandra, 7.30, St Luke's-Rev A G Horner
Eccentric Judges. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 30 April 1914
Eccentric Judoes. .Mr. Ure has had some eccentric predecessors on the Scottish Bench. Thie more eccentric of all was Lord Eskgrove. Condemning a tailor to death fdr murdering a soldier, Lord Eskgrove remarked: "Not only did you murder him, whereby he was bereaved of life; but you did thrust, or push, or pierce, or project, or propel the lethal wea pon through his regimen?!al breeches, i which were His Majesty's." Sentencing two criminals for house breaking with violence, after detail ing the way they attacked the per sons of the house, Eskgrove went on: "All this you did, God preserve us! just as they were sitting down to din ner!"
BROKEN RIVER WATERS. A CONFERENCE OF THE TRUSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 30 April 1914
BROKEN RIVER \YATEIS. A CONFERENCE OF THE TRUSTS. On Tuesday at the Water Com mision's offioes in Melbourno a con ference was hold to consider the ques tion of re-allotment of the Broken River waters. The conference was opened by the Hon W Hotchinson, M.L.A., Minister for Water Supply. The Water Commieeion was represented by Mesere Cattanalh (aeting chairman) and Dethbrldge; Shepparton Water Trust by Com r H Denker and Mr Jas Nugent (escretaly); Bsnalls shire by Cr Oleary and Mr Jefroeys (engineer); Benalla Urban* Trust by Com Mathie son; Numurkah Water Trust by Come Moas and Furse: and Tongamah Water Trust by Com Fell and ,Mr T Kelly Inn[ noba\. 'Tnungamah's roproaentativoe slated that according to the ogroemono with Numurkah, Tungamah acd Numurkah were each entitled to half the water that was diverted at Casey's weir, but much of that intended for Numorkah wae lost throuoh evaporation and eoak?ge. The depertmental offieoors pointed out that inutheir opinion the argoement went as f...
She Knew. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 30 April 1914
She Knew. It was young Mrs. Robinson's first dinner-party, and she was suffering all the usual terrors of the inexperi enced hostess. However, the cook rose to the occa r. n splendidly, and, so far as the Sdinner itself was concerned, MIrs. Rob inson was delighted. Th're only fly in the ointment was Jane. Jane was the new parlor-maid; she was slow, clumsy, and her wait ing was bad. lBut, ill addition to these faults, she insisted on keeping her mouth wide open. This so got on Mrs. Robinson's nerves that at last she exclaimed: "Jane, your mouth is wide pen!" Jane withdrew\ heri gaze from the ceiling and said, looking down with a cheery smile: "I know it is, mna'am; I opened it myself!"
A SMASH UP. MR THISTLETON'S MISFORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 30 April 1914
A SMASH UP. MR THISTLETON'S MISFORTUNE After losing two horses and a cab within a comparatively short period, Mr W. T. Thistleton, livery stable keeper, of Wyndhametreet, has now lost another horse and a gig. On Tuesday afternoon Mr Arthur Morrow (a recent arrival from Canada) engaged from Mc Thistleton's stables a horse and gig, to proceed to Ardmana, where, on arrival, he went to Mr Pullar's. Leaving the gig under a tree, he led the horse into a shed; but on moviog away from that structure, the animal trotted out after him; then iashed against the gig, and between ic and the tree, smashing itlp. Later on Mr Morrow brought the horse away, intending to return to Shepparton; and meeting on the way Mr Lee Brooks (Mr D Nelson's driver), a request to be given -a *lift' on the lorry was acceded to. Mr Thietleton's horse was meanwhile being led on the side of the lorry, but when reaching the fence at the Mooroopon raeoouree, the other two horses took fright, plunged about and bolted, resu...
Circumstances Alter Cases. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 30 April 1914
Circumstances Alter Cases. Mrs. O'Mulligan lay very ill in bed and was not expected to live. All the members of the family were call ed to her bedside. They stood around, looking mournful, and taking a sly in ventory of the furniture. "Mike," said the old mother, "you'll remember to give that dresser to Bridget?" "I will that. I'll remember, sure. Faith, what a memory she has!" "How ginerous she is, the dear creature," murmured Bridget, weep ing, and wondering what else she was going to get. "She is, indade," said the rest of the family. "And, Mike, there's the horse foir Tim." "No, mother; aye, isn't it wonderful, now? Conscious and raysonable to the last!" "And mind you give my goold watch to Pat, Mike; I've wound it up for him and it's kaping good time. And there is the pig for you, Mike, and the cow for Kathleen, and the chest of draw ers for Larry-" "Aye, it's marvellous, indade. Her memory is perfect to the end. She doesn't forget one single thing!" "And, Mike, remember Donova...
Punctured. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 30 April 1914
Punctured. The gas company's lecturer was making a popular address. "Think of the good the gas com pany has done!" he cried. "If I were permitted a pun, I would say, in the words of the immortal poet, 'I-Honor the Light Brigade.'" Voice of a consumer from the:audi ence: "Oh, what a charge they made!" Without enthusiasm a man is only a statue.
The Last Lap. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 30 April 1914
-The Last Lap. A Newcastle man was blessed with a large family of daughters, now grown to marriageable age. One evening he walked into his drawing room and surprised his second daugh ter, sitting on the lap of a young. fel low. The old gentleman did not al low his equanimity to be disturbed. He simply remarked: "Ah, Lucy, I see your race for a husband is nearly over." "What makes you say that, papa?" asked the girl, blushing painfully. "You seem to be on the last lap," chortled the old gentleman. The chairman at a journalists' din ner the other day told the following story: "'I met a newspaper man'to-day whc came to Collins-street twenty years ago with exactly twenty-five slillings in his pocket. He is now worth forty thousand pounds. He owes that entirely to his own ability anrd erergy, combined with good health and a high code of ethics, and the fadt that a relative died and left him with thirty-nine thousand nine hiundreo and ninety-eight pounds."
IN ANOTHER MAN'S PADDOCK. "IT IS CHEEK ON HIS PART." [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 30 April 1914
IN ANOTHER MAN'S PADDO0K. "IT IS OHEEK ON HIS PART." Henry Thompson proeooeded against James Middleton, aged 19, for. uolaw. fully outting nine redgum saplings valuea sat 10s oiob. Mr J outherland appeared tor the complainant, whoho said owned afpiece of land adjoining the Broken River, about a mile from the town. He was much annoyed with the defendant's aotion, bocauso the timber was valuable to him; being a builder and brickmaker, he wanted to preserve those saplings for his own soe. In giving evidenoce, c3mplainant said that on the morning of April 8:d he mob defendant in his paddock near tho Broken River; and later on saw him on a lorry. Asked what he had; he replied timber from his (complainant's) paddock. The sapling were about 25 inchles in diameter, and 15 to 20 feet long. He valued the nine of them at 10s each, or £4 10s in all. MIr Knight: I wouid like to have some evidence as to value. Oompla'"mant: I have put them down at 10s each, but they may..be. worth more-perhaps 20...
Making Sure. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 30 April 1914
Making Sure. A boy walked into a grocer's shop and handed to the assistant a paper containing some white powder. "I say," he asked, "what do you think that is?" The grocer smelled it, then touched it with his finger, .and placed some on his tongue. "Well, I should say that was soda," he said. "That's just what mother says," was the reply, "but father swears it's rat poison. Will you try it again to make sure?" In Healatta Soap are embodied the fullest possible antiseptic healing pro perties that can be suitably incorpor ated in a soap. Healatta Soap is a curative medical soap, and is an ideal soap for the toilet, bath and nursery Sold at all Chemists and Stores.**
DISPUTED RATE OF PAY. COMPLAINANT GIVEN AN ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 30 April 1914
DISPUTED RATE OF PAY. COPL?UIANT GIVEN AN ORDER.. George Maxwell claimed from J A Bryant the sum of £9 0 4d for work and labor done. Mr W M'OC Abernethy appeared,. for the complainant;, the defendant conducted hiulown ease. Complainant stated that in December lest, at Shopparton, defer.dant engaged him to purchase wheat rt Arcadia. He. wHs to be paid £8 a week; and was thus employed from December 22ed till February 18th. At firat he canvassed the dictrict for defendant, for wheat. aIr John Murray, a representative of Darling and Son (whom defendant also represented), told him on ono occasion that defendant had no right to bt bu?ing at Arcadia; and when. he men. tioned this to him, defendant told him to remain on the platform. Defendant denied the liability, and said that what he had agreed to was to pay the complainant 10s for every day he worked. After some further evidence his Worship made an order in favor of the complainant for 0£9 0 4d, with £8 4e 61t costs.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 30 April 1914
PHIENIX 8:8: ASSURANCE CO. LTD. ESTD. 1782. WiiiORIERS' COMPENSATION. FIRE. ACCIDENT. LoiSES AID EXCEED £g,000,060. L,. ue by BUSH FIRES and by LI-HTNIE0 are made good by this Company. S AGENTS WANTEd. * i 4T?417 o471 B:URKE ST., S OFn c MIELBOURNE. DALCETY & CO LT '., ACENTS. POULTRY FOR EXPORT All Classes wanted. We buy by live weight. Crates lent. No Commistion or Cartage Charged Chickens & Ducklings, Gd lb. Old Fowls from 2/- to 4/6 pair, any breeds. DAVID HYLAND & SONS. BSENNITT'S FREEZINX, WORLKS MELBOURNE. ,. , , m =a . m • =.m .? . iA'I CLOSER SETTLEMENT FARM ALLOTMENTS Application is Invited for Farming Areas on the Undermentioned Estates Estate.. District. No. of Allotments Available. - Nerrin Nerrfn Streatham 12 Mt. Widderin Skipton 5 Pannoo Echuca 4 Suitable for wheat Maiatbon and Willow growing and sheep Grove Echuca farming. Cremona Yea 6 Einie-alla Hamilton 2 Al~mbo Yarago 16! Suitable for dairying Alliibee Yareagon 16 Moylin Wangaratta 2 Sutab...
OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY. FOR WORK AND LABOR DONE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 30 April 1914
OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY., FOR WORK AND LABOR DONE John Thorne. farmer, of Katandra, clalmod £4 4s from Alfrod Taylor, far. mer, for "work and labor done." Mr Abernothy appeared for the com plainant; and Mr M.Grant for the do. defendant, Both parties gave their versions of the case; and evidence was also given by Thomas Burns, farmer, of Caniambo; and Peter Gillard, farmer. The result was-ease d'smissed without costs. Muntz Bros (for whom Mr Grant ap peared) obtained an order against James O'Connell for £22 183 61 (balance due on promissory note), with £2 13s costs.
Falsely Accused. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 30 April 1914
Falsely Accused. :A benevolent old gentleman was 'alking in the park when the loud sobs of a little girl arrested him. "What is the matter, my child?" he asked. "Boo, hoo, hoo! I've lost my penny!" cried the little girl. The beneiolent old gentleman drew a penny from his pocket, and, extend ing it, he said with a beatific smile: "Here's your penny, my dear child. And now stop crying." The little girl, instead of thanking the benevolent old gentleman grate fully, stamped her foot and said with scornfully flashing eyes: "Oh, you wicked old man, you had my penny all the time!"