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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 4 May 1914
Sales at Shepparton 'Corporation Yards. CATTLE ... MAY 12 SSHEEP ... .... ... MAY 5. -PIGS ... ... ... MAY 18 A Good Crop Every Year. Parwan Park Estate 1S00 Acres rich wheat-growing and quick-fattening country, only 25 miles from G.P.O. Melbourne, 22 miles Flem ington Yards, and 1 to 4 miles of rail. Subdivided into Seven Farms from 180 to 300 Acres. All virgin land. You can grow from 25 to 40 bushels of wheat per acre, without either manure or fallow, and you have scarcely any freight-to pay. This means big returns and small expeneus. Prices from £13 10s to £16 10s per acre. SOrMETHING NEW IN 'PERMS. Only one-tench cash, balance over ten years at 5 per cent per annum. Yon cannot do better. Come and see this to-dae. Buyers motored to inspect. J. N. M'iOWAN, Land Salesman, Commercial Bank Chambers, 339 Collins Street, Melbourne. WATTS, TURNBULL & CO.'S SALES : Monday. May 18th. And every Funrth Monday after w.'ards. Entrias invited. YABBA NORTH, Monday, June I And every Four...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 4 May 1914
THE /1 LLER StORES. AUT MN. ?FND MEN'S TWEED OHESTERS MEN'S TWEED CHESTERS MEN'S TWEED CHESTERS21s each AT The Miller Stores MEN'S SUITS TO MEASURE * A MEN'S SUITS TO MEASURE at MEN'S. SUITS TO MEASURE A. The Miller Stores SUIT CASES, for travelling SUIT CASES, for travelling AT " · I SUIT CASES, for travelling * AT The. Mil ores Men's Navy OVERCOA Men'S Navy OVERCOA Mend?WNavy OVERCOATS AT The Miller Stores Gent's Velour HATS. latest style Gent's Velour HATS, latest style AST6 Gents' Velour HATS, latest style The Miller Stores BoySs Navy Serge College Caps e BoysU Nivy Serge College Caps Boy's Nlvy Serge College Cape AT The Miller Stores Boy's Navy Serge Norfolk Suite Boy's Navy Serge Norfolk Suits Bay's Navy Serge Norfolk Suits AT The Miller Stores Boy's Strong Tweed Knickers Boy's Strong Sweed Knickers Boy's Strong Tweed Knicker?? s 6d. AT The Miller Stores Youth's High Sc?ool Boots l e Youth's High School Boots AT The Miller Stores Ladies' Black Oxford Shoes Ladies' Black Oxford...
UNDER THE CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 4 May 1914
UNDER THE CLOCK. SHEPPARTO\'S CHAMPION MEAN MAN. -A resident professes to have just dis covered the champion mean man of the' town. He had done him some service; and with the intention of rewarding him, the man referred to walked up to the wall of his room, and wliuhdrawiong from behind a calender for 1914, a calen der for last yoar, made him a present of it. The recipient tells his story with a facial distortion calculated to stir the envy of Mephistopheles himself, as he ssks with vibrating pathos, "'Vhat do I want last year's calender for? Do I look out of date ? " TuHE RECENT FIRE.-The manager of the New Zealaod Insurance Company, happening to be in Shepparton, paid a visit to the scene of Monday night's fire in the grounds cf "Stanhope," Nixon. street, the residence of Mr and Mrs Ralph Longstaff; and, judging by the wreckage, was so impressed with the sup.rior quality of the stable that had been destroyed, advised that considera tion of salvage should be set aside and a claim s...
SALE FIXTURES FOR APRIL & MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 4 May 1914
SALE FIXTURES FOR APRIL & MAY. :Tnesday, May 5th Shepparton sheep sale Wednesday, May 6th Special horse sale, Sbepparton Thursday, May 2nd Tatura Stcck Sale Friday, May Sh Clearing s:o,Jei Meb M Hay, Bookie Special Stock Sale, Shepparton Mordey, iMay 11th- Doekie stock sale IMacungi stock sale Tuesday, May 12 Shepparton cattle sale Wednesday, May 13 Nalinga Stock Sale Thursday, May 14 Katandra stock sale Tatura Stock Sale Monday, May 15 Clearing sale, Jno Cussen, Toolamba Wrat Saturday, May 16 *Tatura pig atd poultry sale Mcorocnna bcree sale Monday, May 15 Kialla stock sa!e Shepparton pig sale Mlicpell monthly stock sale Tuesday, May 19 Shepparton sheep sale Thursday, May 21 Tocumwal stock sale Monday, May 25 Undera monthly stcck sale Murchison stock sale ThuTrsday, May 28 Tatura stock sale Friday, May 29 Tatura pig sale Mooroopns horse sale
GOOD NEWS FOR LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 4 May 1914
GOOD NEWS FOR LADIES. Ladies will be pleased to learn that at toe special request of their many patients, the "Natura" Health CO., MIelbourne, have arranged for their highly qualified lady representative to prolong her stay at Shepparton until 23rd May. She may be consulted at Court House Hotel daily from 4 to 5 30 p.m. No oharge whatever will be made for consultation or advice. Lidies whose health is causing them any anxiety are strongly advised to consult her and learn how good health may be restored to them by means of the won derful "Natura" Home Treatment, that has cured so many thousands of women and girls. For the convenience of patients and others a full supply of all medicines will be carried. Upon appli. cation a Health Guide for Women will be posted free.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 4 May 1914
PERSONAL. ---- Mr '1. Gourlay, the new member for Kialia Riding, was at Shepparton Shire Council meeting this forenoon, given a hearty welccme by the President (Or R. Roe), who, he thought, would make a very useful addition to the Council in its deliberations and practical.work. Or Gourlay briefly returned thanks, hoping to be able to fulfil the anticipations of the President. Having for many years been a civil servant, he had escheowed politics and municipal concerns; he was now there to learn. Mr A. E. Symons, of tho local staff of the A.M.P., proceeds to the head ofice, Melbourne, to-morrcw. ie is beiog suceebded here by Mr B3ugces. AT. TL- o .. Mr John onady, Postmaster of Sh'p parton, who has been on a month's annual holiday, is to resume duty to morrow (Tuesday). Mr W. L. leggie, who has been his locam tenors, pro:oeds to Nathalia on relieving duty. During his brief residence in Shepparton Mr Heggie has, by his unfailing courtesy and geniality, boeen generally popular. The Rev...
SHEPPARTON BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 4 May 1914
SHEPPARTON BOWLING CLUB. A moe!eting of t members of the Shepparton Bwling Club was held on Friday night at thd Mechanics to con sider the matter of improving the grlen for next season. There were present: Mr H B Harvey, (presidenl), Dr II J Cook, Messrs J Sutherland, V P Milne, J B Brunton, T J MIver, A Hdnderson, A Whitehead, (secretary). H T Lanyon (treasurer', T L Irvine, W F Novill. The president said thi saason was over and the green hsd been closed. The secretary said a committee meet ing had b:en held to consider the filan sial aspect of thie question of improve men's. The expense of turning up the whole green would be considerable, amounting to £50 or more. The ours tfor (Mr O'Hare) was not in favor of digging up the whole ground, but only the bad portions of it. The committee also considered the matter of extending the green on the north end to the hedge. They had done some "prospecting" that afternoon and saw ex1ctly how things were. The finances showed a credit balance o...
SHEPPARTON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. DISTRICT RAILWAY CONNECTING LINKS. MEDALS, LECTURES AND HORSE PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 4 May 1914
SHEPPARTON AGRICUL TURAL SOCIETY. DISTRIOT RAILWAY CONNECT ING TITNS. MEDALS, LECTURES AND HORSE PARADE. At the monthly meeting of the Shepparton Agricultural Society on Saturday afternoon, Mr T. H. Roe (President) presided over a a good attendance of members. SHEEP AND PIG PENS. On the motion of Messrs W. R. Vincent and J. (Kerrine, the build. ings improvement committee's re commendation of additions to sheep and pig pens was approved. S?IPPAR'TON A PROVINOrAr. CENTRE.. Mr J. E. Byass (secretary) inti mated that he had written to Mr Geo. Woodward, president of the Victorian Orpington, Plymouth Rock, Wyandotte, Rhode Island Red and Sussex Club, requesting that the club make Shepparton the provincial centre this year for its provincial competitions. A JUDGE RECOMMENDED. F. W. Lydiard, Melbourne, re commehded Mr. E. J. Hunter, c,f Warragul, as a capable judge for bhunters, thoroughbreds or hack neys. He made the awards at the Brisbane Show, 1912; and, acting singlehanded, in exception...
ABDY'S DOG AND BIRD CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 4 May 1914
ABDY'S DOG AND BIRD CIRCUS. Oa Friday and Saturday nights next Abdy's Dog and-Bird Circus and Nov elty Company will appear at the Star Theatre Imported to Australia some twelve months ago by Mr A E Martin, who managed the tour of that record breaking novelty, Tiny Town, it was immediately secured by Brennan Fuller management, and played the big cities with enormous euccess, the contract being extended from 10 to 36 weeks Among the domestic pets are Madam Marvello and her 25 comic cockatoos, in cluding Charlie, " the drunk cockatoo," the tango cockatoos, and Josephine, aged 76, who drives her coach and six cocka toos Mik, the mind-readiog dog, chal lenget all comers to play cards His answers to questions asked by the audi ence are uncanny Abdy's comic circus with trained goats riding on the joy wheel should be a scream, and prizes will be given to anyone who can ride the wheel for a few moments Maxixe, the Frerch singing clown, is a novelty, and Will E Grow, who is so thin that he th...
AD. CREE AND COMPANY. AT THE STAR THEATRE THIS EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 4 May 1914
AD. CREE AND COMPANY. AT THE STAR THEATRE THIS EVENING. There should be a very large audience at the Star Theatre this evening to hear Ad Cres, the popular Scotch comedian (who has been receiving very hearty welcomes' everywhere), and his clever company of selected artiste. 'He is to be" heard in some of his best songs, which have made him famous. Miss Jennie Ores is a Scotch balladist and sketch artist of note; and with Ad Ores will take part in soma original comedy sketches. Miss Gertrulo Summerhaycs is well known throughout the Common weoalth as a distinguished violinist; while Mr R A Bartleman, the baritone, comes from the principal metropolitan con certs. The ability of Miss Ruby Groves as pisnists and monologue artist is wieoly recognised, so that quite a treat is in store for the public this even ing at the Star Theatre
GRAHAMVALE FOOTBALL CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 4 May 1914
GRAHAMVALE FOOTBALL CLUB A meeting of the Grahamvale Foot ball Club was held on Saturday night at Nolan's Criterion Hotel, l.hen there was a good attendance; Mr W A M'Kinnon presided. The balance sheet showed receipts £9 5s 21-d and expendi ture £9 1? Old, leaving a credit of 4s 2d. It was decided to re-form the club and enter for the competition of the Shop parton and District Junior Association, Mr Geo Wheeler was re-elected presi dent; Mr J L Quinlivan, senior vice president; Mr Albert Maskill, junior vica.president; Mr Geo Pinner, hon. secretary; Mesers A Maskill and W Coppin, delegates. The committee ap pointed eomprises-Messrs H Suther land, H Mathieson, C Wright. J Grant, G Henderson, W Coppin, J Bell, T C James, G Foster, W M'Oluskey,W Dry burgh. The meeting then adjourned till next Saturday night, at 8 o'clook, whoe other offiaers will be elected and general business dealt with,
G.V.D FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 4 May 1914
G.V.D FOOTBALL ASSOOIATION The following is a summary of a very lengthy.report (tendered by Mr H Canet (delegate) on Friday night, to the com mittee of the Shepparton club) of the annual meeting of the G.V.D.F.A, held at Tatura on Thursday night : Present-Two delogates from each of the following clubs: Shopparton, Moo roopna. Tatura, Kyabram, Echuca, and Roohestrr. Mr D O Morrison presided. The election of officers resulted : Pro Bldent, Mr D. , Morrison (ro-electod); vice-paesidents, sMessra Anderson (8hep. parton) and M'Lochlan (Rooboster); treasurer, ]Tr H S Davy (Tatura); secre taty, Mr TO Lupton (re-elected), at a salary of £15 15s. A motion by Tatura delegates to the effect that the Rochester club be ex eluded from the competition was lost. An application by the Toogala club to be allowed to join the association was not granted. Delegatos from Seymour, Nagambia, and Murchison clubs attended and re quested that they be allowed to enter the association -Echuoa delegates suggeste...
MOTOR CYCLE TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 4 May 1914
MOTOR CYCLE TOUR. Twenty-three members of the recently formed Bhepparton Motor Cyole Club assembled yesterday morning, opposite the "Advertiser" Ofice, where, after be ing photographed by Mr L J Michel, they started for a run to Benalla. At the Show grounds, however, their number was greatly reduced, for only 18 con tinned the journey. on to Benalls. Arrived at that township the " baker's dozen" had luncheon at Coghlan's Hotel, given by the president of the club (Mr Il. T. McAlpine); and three hours having elapsed, the return home was commenced at 3 80 p.m. and completed at about 6 30 p.m. There were several falls both going and coming, but nobody was hurt. Mr W. M. MoAlpine made a splendid leader; while arrangements for the tour were very capably attended to by Mr R. V. J. Stubbs, the hon. secretary.
SHEPPARTON V DOOKIE COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 4 May 1914
SHEPPARTON V DOOKIE COLLEGE. The team to represent Shepparton in the match against Dookie College at the Recreation Reserve on Wednesday, will be chosen from the following :-Darcy, M'Intyre, Goodlet, Morris, Ware (3), Kittle, Swann, Whitfield, M'Oaskill (2), M'Coll, Connors (2), Cummins,Waddell, Coppin, Mutton, Morgan, Mahoney (2), Law, Guilfoyle, Burns and others, who are requested to be at the ground at 2.15 p.m sharp. W A M'Kinnon will officiate as central umpire, and applicants for position of boundary umpire may parti. cipate in a trial run.
OUR CIVIC FATHERS. ROUND THE COUNCIL BOARD. "IN CASE OF FIRE OUTBREAK." THOSE FREEZING WORKS. THE DEBT ON THE BRIDGE WIPED OFF. A VISION OF THE FUTURE—THAT HALL. ANNOYED LANDHOLDER AND HIS THISTLES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 4 May 1914
OUR CIVIC FATHERS. BOUND THE COUNCIL BOARD. r'IN CASE OF FIRE OUTBREAK." THOSE FREEZING WORKS. THE DEBT ON THE BRIDGE WIPED OFF. A VISION OF THE FUTURE THAT HALL. ANNOYED LANDHOLDER- AND HIS THISTLES. At to-day's meeting of Shepparton Shiro Council there were present: Ors R. Roe (President), Sheil, Mitchell, Fair, Pinchbeck, Green, Denker, Gibson, Phillips, Kerrins, Morgan, Ryano Bit. con and Gonrlay. CORRESPONDENCE. WANTED-MORE FIRE PLUGS. James Porter, Secretary, Shepparton Fire Brigade, said he had been in. structed to bring under the council's notice the necessity of having more fire plugs in Maude and Vaughan-streets. In Maudeostroot, from Nixcn to Knight. street, there was only one at a distance of about 660 feet from Nixon-street. In Vaughan-stroot, east of railway. there was one plug at Lucas's corner; the next visible one was over 1100 feeoot away. There were several buildings unprotected in case of an outbreak of fire.-On motion of Ore Shell and Mit chell, left to town mem...
COURSING. NORTH-EASTERN DISTRICT DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
COURSING. NORTH-EASTERN D18TRIOT DATES. Tho following dates have been allotted for coursing meetings in the North Eastern district during the ensuing eessdn: Euroa-Juno 8, July 4, August 8, September 5. Kyabram-June 4, July 1 and 2, August 6, September 8. St James-May 29, June 26, July 81. Dookie--July 29. Mansfield-May 23, June 20,July 18, August 15, September 12. Cobram-June 8, July 8, August 26. Yebba North-July 15. Murchison-June 27, July 31, August 1 and 29, September 12. Tatura-May 27, Juno 16, July 22 and 23, August 25. Negambie-July 10. August 20. Elmore-May 20, June 17, July 8 and 9, August 19, September 9. Katamatite-June 18, July 283 and 24, August 20, Shepparton-May 18, June 10, July 14 and 15, August 11 and 12, Sep tember 9. Benalla-June 8, J 7 and 8, August 4 5, and 26. Armed with revolvers, three men in a jinker bailed up two pedestrians at Toorakl and Elaternwlok on Monday
SHEPPARTON WATERWORKS TRUST. A PROTEST FROM TALLYGAROOPNA. MR BLAIR M'KAY APPOINTED ENGINEER. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
SHEPPARTON WATERWORTKS TRUST. A PROTEST FROM TALLY GABOOPNA. MB BLAIR MR'KAY APPOINTED ENGINEER. At the meeting of the Sheppar ton Waterworks Trust on Monday evening there were present : Come CH Denker (chairman), R Roe, E S Green, W Pinchbeck, G H Bit con, W Phillips, E Quinlan. Moses Griffiths, Tallygaroopna, said he had been informed of an other channel cat through his ground, against which he protested on the following grounds : It would not get the water away any faster. His channel had been cut twice, flooding his place ; but it did not lower the water; if his chan nel were deepened lower down the water would go away easily.-On the motion of Come R Roe and W Pinchbeck, resolved that Mr Grif fiths be asked if he would allow the water to takeits natural course in winter time through his pig paddock. ENGINEER'S REPORT. H F Tiedall: Had the pips sy. phon put in at Cr Roe's paddock under Dainton's channel. Bun barthe channel needs cleaning out from North Shepparton corner to Mr H C...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ST. AUGUSTINE'S, SHEPPARTON ANNUAL MEETING, ELECTION OF OFFICERS, AND SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
OHURCH OF ENGLAND. BT. AUGUSTINE'S, 8HEPPARTON ANNUAL MEETING, ELECTION OF OFFICERS, AND SOCIAL. There was a good attendance of B members of congregation, St. Augustine's Church of England, at the Public Hall on Monday even ing, when the annual meeting was held, presided over by the rector, the Rev. N. D. Herring. The report submitted by the churchwardens and vestrymen stated :-- Since the last annual meeting we have lost the service of Messrs J E Byass and C H Haw kins, who have for many years cheerfully given their valuable aid in connection with our church work; and we tender them our sincere thanks on behalf of the parishioners. Our beloved rector. as you are well aware, was granted leave of absence for two months on account of his having to under go a serious operation. We most deeply sympathise with him in his affliction, and are sincerely thank ful that he returned to us much benefited in health and restored in vigor for his work in the parish. Daring his absence the Rev J H ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
I1rresistible I -dSold tIn 2 o. and 4 oz. (aetual weight) Plus, or in Cut Double-flake, packed is ti?iq Silvered 2 oz. Tina. -1n~ SIts exquisitely delicate flavour has won appreciation from all classes and all ages, while the perfection of- its ingredients and the healthy conditions under which it is'manu. facturedin bright, clean, airy workrooms, guaran fee it .omplete purity and wholesomeness nu _ " ._.?.7-m.e," AFTER FIFTEEN YEARB. Time is the best test of truth. Here is aShepparton story that has stood the test of time. It is a story with a point which will come straight home to many of us. Mrs James Ladgrove,High-street Shepparton, says: -"Fifteen ye.:rs ago I stated that Doan's Backache Kidney Pills bad cured me of Kid ney ailment, and gave you per mission to publish this statement for the benefit of other sufferers. I am pleased to say now that time has proved my core to be a per manent one, for I am still free of the ailment. I had been a martyr to backache, and always felt ...
LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Better (selling) is, is 81 Eggs (giving) ls 3d Cheese (seolling), lOd, is Bacon , is Id, is 2d Ham ,, is 2d is 4d Wheat (giving) 8s 61 Potatoes ,, 8s Onions ,, 99 Bran ,, is ld b?e. Chaff (selling) £8 56 Flour ,, 15s Pollard ,, is 2d GCalofsk ln(giving) 53 to 6d lb Sheepskine ,, 4f to 5& lb Hides ,, 4d 5d lb