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DOOKIE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 March 1914

DOOKIE. The new railway station at Dookie is practically finished, and the old station premises will bo abandoned in a week. The new building cost £2000, Complaints are being made by the farmers throughout Goor- ambat and Stewarton about the condition of uncared for roads throughout the shire. The weather on Saturday and Sunday was very unpleasant. The water supply for domestic purposes has run out, and the use of the kerosene tin and water cart are very much in vogue water having to be carted from neighboring wells. A good down- pour of ram is badly needed.

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BITTER PIT RETARDED BY COLD STORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

BITTER PIT RETARDED BY COLD STORAGE. In his second report on bis "bitter pit" investigations Mr M'Alpine sums up the results of some cold storage experiments with fruit as follows:—"These clearly show that a sufficiently low temperature kept uniform retards the development of bitter pit, and in order that apples should arrive at their destination in the same freedom from dis ease as that in which they, were shipped, it is necessary to avoid fluctuating temperatures. There will require to be a linking up of cold storage from the vicinity of the orchard to the ship's hold. The fruit shoulde be pre-cooled to the necessary temperature in the cool store in the district as soon as possible after picking, then placed in cold, air trucks and conveyed to the wharf where it should be kept in cold storage and then loaded.,7 By".adopting this thorough system of keeping the fruit uniformly cool, the de velopment of' the bitter pit in transit will be a thing of the past It is satisfactory to nnfl...

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CRICKET. EUROA DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

CRICKET. EUROA DISTRICT ASSOCIA TION. The semi-finals (two days). matches were commenced on Saturday. Tamleugh journeyed to Euroa and Gooram to Violet Town. Tamleugh v. Euroa. This match reached an inter- I esting stage, the teams tieing on the first innings. Should the ( second innings not be completed i next Saturday and the chances are that it will not, a reference to the first innings would only give a tie and the teams would have to begin again. Scores: Euroa. Cowell, b Gourlay ... 6 O'Connor, c Wallis, b Hamil ton 8 Ely,.b Wallis 7 Stewart, b Wallis 31 Stedman, Ibw b Gourlay .. 10 Fothergill, b Gourlay .... 0 Nowotna. b Wallis . 2 Turner, not out .. 7 Fincham, b Wallis '.. .. ..2 Auld, c Hamilton, b Wallis 7 King, c H. M'Burney, b Gour , lay .. .. .. " 0 Sundries .. .. .. . i .. - 5 85 Bowling.—Gourlay,^4. for 30; Hamilton, 1 for 20; Wallis, 5 for 15; C. Ick, 0.far 15. Tamleugh. Wallis, c Stedman, b Cowell 27 Gourlay. std Stewart, b Ely 2 Hamilton, b Cowell .. - 4 A. M'Burney,...

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JOCKEY CLUB RACES. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25. The following are the weights (with Maiden Plate entries):— [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

I' ": JOCKEY CLUB RA0E8. ' WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25. The following are the weights ' (with Maiden* Plate entries):— Maiden Plate: Levente, Ka leena, Trixie Leander, Flossie, ; Eva Preston, Halo Hova, :Sir 1 Fyfe, Umadda, Anchorage, Hu mamtone, Jack Stone, Mild Maid : Pilgrim'6 Rest, Primba Boy, ! Lady.Predominant. . -Trial Stakes: Flew, 9.0; Rud ^ stone', 8.12; Waipa, 8.9; Ulack ■"Flora, 8.7; Irhurst, 8.6; Chalm ers, 8.6 Byock, 8.4; Chester Abby, 8.0; Lilly Brook, 7-12; Comedy Queen, 7;12; Puzzled, 7.12; Ben's Daisy. 7.9; Ancona, 7.7; Miss Willow ,7.5; Miss Goya 1 7.5; Noble Bill, 7.5; Miss Ham ling, 7.2; Lecturette, 7.0; Umba- : i long, 7.0; Braw Chester, 7.0. j i Pony Race: Little Tarn: 10.2; i • Posey, 9.9; Imperial, 8.0; Coogee I : 8.5; Winstep, 8.3; Clare, 8;0.; Splendor Queen, 7.0; Glen, 7.0; < Premarvel. 7.5; Lady Anist, 7.2; ! Levente, 7.0; Lady Predominant, 6.12- Golden Dew, 6.12. S.J.G. Handicap: Lady Mona, Mona, 9.0; Prialine, 8.9; Maid ; land, 8.7; Bessesmer, 8.6; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

McLeiinaii's GRAND WINDOW f~ '■ AND INDdlSR DISPLAY WILL TAKE PLACE ON . FRIDAY EVENING NEXT, 20th MARCH, When all the Latest Novelties will be displayed. AN OPEN INVITATION is extended to ALL. J. P McLENNANS.' Quality and Cheapness! The Race for Cheapness Is Expensive to the Wearer. ,. There are SUITS and SUITS.. (. Factory-made SUITS that are cheap and strong, hut sfW a few week's w«ar are quite shabby and oui ::f '•hape and ihere is the. HIGH',-CLASS TAILOR-.M ADE SUIT,, with each .garment specially buih, which look well after 12 months' wear. . . . • - If you are after the latter # ITT O -Is Your Man! Wvndlfarri Street Shepparton. Late David Wilson's Premises, Opp. Mechanics' Institute. DO YOU ALWAYS KNOW? The best methods to employ in managing your Horses, Cattle, -"beep, i''igs and Poultry with a view to greater protit. DO YOU REALLY KNOW li«w to solve difficult Problems of soil, crop, drainage, irrigation, . manuring, fodder and ensilage ? Sfott's Correspondence (Sollege OAX ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

Special' Window and Indoor Display on Friday Eve. fflar. 20 OPENING EXHIBIT SHOW DAYS: SATURDAY, March 21st. ^ rMONDAY, > March 23rd TUESDAY, March 24th It is with Genuine Pleasure we invi'e you to our Opening Display of the Latest and Newest for Autumn and Winter . Our Reputation for Exclusiveness and Individuality •is something we guard very carefully, and you will find that never before have we made such an elaborate and extensive showing in all the Newest and Latest. Novelties. Something Worth Knowing! Large Reduction in Price of the World's Best Cycles. Now is your time.to got tlio Best CYCLE at a LOW PRICE. The Genuine " MASSEY," fully equipped — ... £15 IOb Tho Everlasting " RED BIRD" „ ,, £13 10s And ull tho othor makes of tho reputable firm REDUCED likowisu. YOUR OLD MACHINE taken *s part payment. Second-hand CYCLES in plenty to chouso from. REPAIRS to all make of Cycles. A largo atook of ACCESSORIES ut LOWEST PRICE. MOTOR CYCLES for Snlo. Brazing, Enamolling, and Niokel...

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BAPTIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

BAPTIST CHURCH The harvest festival servinos at the Baptist Church woro rendored addition nlly attractive from the fact that tho pulpit was oocupicd by Mr Hugh M'Donald, a student nt tho Baptist College. Mr M'DonnId is n son ofMrH. M'Dnnald, for many years head teacher of the Shopparton State-sohool, and now of Gcelong. The prcacher renewed his acquaintance with tho many friends ho left behind him in Sheppartnn, and re ceived a very warm welcomo from mem bers of the congregation, old and young. Tho churoh was decorated in tho usual way with arnhes and festoons of greon leaves, and a liberal display of tho fruits and vogetubles of the season. Tho ohnral work was finely done. The morning anthem was, "Tho fruit of Thy works." with Mrs. C. Bailey as soloist The anthem at night was, " Yo shall dwell in the land." Mrs. Bailey gavo a jharming rendering of the solo, " lake time to bo holy." Appreciated help was rendered at night by tho following orchestra : Gilbert Jefferys, Ed. Wright nnd ...

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HARVEST FESTIVAL SERVICES. THE SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

HARVEST FESTIVAL SERVICES. THE SALVATION ARMY. I Vojy successful harvest festi val services vere held yes tor-lay in the Salvation Army Hall, Hi^h street, and were conducted by the local officers Ensign Baker and Lieutenant Baker, who had the assistance of friends and ! sympathisers, members of other denominations. Morning and af ternoon were well-attended, and were characterised by a display of much enthusiasm. A great crowd gathered at night, and scores were unable to get ad mittance to the hall. The inter ior of the building had been suitably decorated with greenery and the produce of orchard, kitchen and flower gardens. The evening's attraction was the rendering of a boautiful* service of song, entitled. "The Wreck of the Wairapa." The event com memorated in ' it occurred many years ago, off the New Zealand coast, but the thrilling . story will never fade from the j memory. The service of song ! whilst including many details, serves to bring to the front more particularly the he...

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FESTIVITIES AT PINE LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

(fere Ti,e concert and coffee social Miilimiatiou of Ihe anniver " devices of Pino Lodge Me ?Sj«t. Cliurcli were held on -liefilay mgrlit and were lLmv successiul. Gr. J. D. il kliell, J.P., (feliepparlon) pre over I lie gathering, and Triiis f'C evening gave a very fe address on "l-ormalion of r awefer." The following items 1 oiidered during the even ing. "The Arrow and the Maggie Jones; song •Vi!!'' of 'he Deep Ain I," Rev. a p" pliillips: vooitation. "The Luisitive Boy" Miss Jean Berry Encored): song 'My Old Shako' l/r flevell; a sketch, "He and •L" .Miss Webb and Mr. Jef fcksong "C.Iory to God," Miss iamb: recitation, "A Funny Mis lake." Miss 0. Roe ; song, "Dear . riiile Sfiaiiiroek. Mr1 n. Jones (encore "Beautiful Isle of the ' ?fa"!, .Miss Jones accompanv ibg'on the organ; song, "The " Gladiator, flev. 11. P. Phillips; recitation- lho Crime," Miss jean iierr.v (encored); song, Ora pni M>bis, Miss .Maggie Jones; .-ouj. "Queen of the Earth," Mr Park-. An amusing dialogue, "C...

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JUNIOR AND SENIOR PUBLIC. SUCCESS OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

{junior and senior public. SUCCESS OF HIGH SCHOOL . STUDENTS. The following is the completed list of Junior and Senior Pub lic and other passes for Decem ber, 1913, and February, 1914: , Passed Junior Public.—Mary T»aldy. Leonard Caygill, Jean Campbell, Theo Dawson, Eric Roberts, Muriel Gregory, Mar ion Baud, Kitty Canty, Muriel Daldy. Lilla Gibb, William Johns, Beatrice Lenne, Jean Meldrum, Teresa Cowan, Edward T. Grif fith, "Harry Young, Mary Treahy. Completed Junior Public block —Mavis Cox (5), Stella Evans (5), William Phelan (5), Mur ray Palmer (5), Reg. A. Coppin (•i). ? Passed Junior Commercial.— Eric Roberts. Senior Public.—Ray Skinner, in English, history geography and geology; Louis Voumard, in English, history, French and in Junior Public, Latin with dis tinction. The number qi passes ' with distinction in the above results was exceptionally high number ing forty-one in all. Passed fully or. almost com pleted teachers' exit examina tion, thereby gualifying for ap pointmen...

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THE COLLANDDER BENEFIT Fund. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

THE collander benefit *"b Fund. (To the Editor.) Sir_I am directed by my as to ask the local press 5?ciaii, it? column?, to enlist wiHvmpathv on bclialf of Mr. FU C amU. who had his »,vr.ckod on 30th December KS10 receive donations fe; ^i'tance is respectfully rMiiested -Yours truly, T. C. JAMES, secretary. ;immedialely after the storm, attention wa? lir#t called m these columns t° the necessities of the " It is unfortunate, perhaps that cur suggestion was not r«aer acted on. We are given t, understand that the <Hay was attributable to the fact that the attitude of lie Water uoniinission ?; iht. blorkholiler was not made inc'wn till recently. However, tve will be dad tn acknowledge Lnirihnti.ms to this deserving fund. -EJ. S. X.j

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Retail. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

COMMERCIAL .INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Retail. Pouttry: Fowls, 6/ to 8/ per pair; geese, 16/ to 20/ do. Tur keys aro quoted at 25/ each. Dairy produce is quoted as fol lows: Cheese, 9d to 1/1 per lb.; eggs, special lines, up to 1/6 per dozen; butter, 1/4 per lb.: honey, Id to 6d do.; bread, 6jd to 7d per 41b. loaf; bacon, 6d to 1/1 per lb.; hams, 1/2 to 1/5 do.; milk, 5d ger.quart. liay: Manger, JE4/15 to £5; feed, sheaves, £3 to £3/5; chaff ing. do., £2/5 to £2/10. Chaff: Prime green wheateh, £3/7/6; do oaten, £3/5; good, £2/17/6 to £3/2/6; medium, from £2/12/6. Straw: Tasmanian, £3 to £3/5; Victorian, £1/10 to £2. At the annual meeting of the Katamatiie Coursing Club >he balance slieet showed ai credit Nearly £100 was paid away in prize money during the season. It is intended to hold three meeting during the coursing season," the second, in. all pro=. bability. to be a 32 dog sla^e of £2/2 eaob.

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W.C.T.U. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

W.C.T.U. Thf first meeting of the V.C.T.l". for the year KM i took place in the Methodist school room, on Thursday afternoon last. n«v .1. W. Thomas gave the address. 'Tor W orld's Mis «i«narv Cause." The address was an excellent one. inspiring mem ber? to fresh effort in I lie tem perance cause, and bringing be fore tliem once again the beau tiful and unseliish life of the union's great leader, Francis Willard. J-'eeliiiar reference was madeby the president (Mrs Lee; and by the Hev. .1. \V. Thomas to ilie d"u{!i of .Mrs. Bird. who, up to tlie time of her illness, was an active member of the union, sad who. throughout her long and trying illness, home with Christian fortitude, was always pleased and interested to hear of the work of the union. Mrs. Bird was belove,| by all, and the deepest sympathy <.f the meeting went cut to tin- husband anil three little rhiidren who were left', to ni'-oirn their loss. During the afternoon songs were rendered by Mrs Bailey and Miss .Mun...

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STATE SCHOOL TEACHERS. ADDRESS BY MR. W. BURSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

STATE SCHOOL TEACHER8. ADDRESS BY MR. W. BURSTON. A special meeting of members of the Goulburn Valley Teachers Association was held at the High •School on Saturday afternoon, when.Mr..Wm. Burston, organi ser of the Victorian State School, Teachers' Union, gave ah address on the educational questions of to-day, as affecting teachers. The president (Mr \V„ G. Crane) was in the chair, and introduced Mr. Burston to his audience, which included several female teachers. Ho said they were pleased to have Mr. Burston with them to explain the workings of the union. He expressed the hope that all present would be come members before leavingthe j room. Mr Biirston's Address. ueaung-witn iransiers 01 tea chcrs, Mr. Burston statetd that during the ilsrt few months of his term of classifier applica tions for junior teachers for transfer were submitted to the classifiers from time to time,-and «;re noted for transfer if it were shown that time and expense in travelling could be saved to them. This...

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SALES AT SHEPPARTON CORPOKATIOW YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

SALES AT SHKPPARTON COR PDKATIOW YARDS. SHEEP ... ... MARCH 24 CATTLE ... MARCH 31 PIGS APRIL 6

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

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Shepparton News Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY, MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

SDepparion Retes Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY, MARCH 23. - The directors of the Goulburn Valley Industries Company Limited have issued their annual report for the consideration of members at the annual meeting to be held shortly. On the .whole, they appear to have made satisfactory headway in face of almost insuperable difficulties In the first place, it is hard to persuade the class to be directly benefited by the establishment of freezing works | that it is to theirxinterests to support an industry of the kind in their inidst. Although' the good faith of the concern is guaranteed by the fact that the directors are themselves primary producers, and are therefore directly interested in the success of these works, farmers appear lore-, gard companies with suspicion as being formed chiefly to exploit their pockets. The report sets forth that yery nearly one half the capital—or j a total of over 19,500 shares—has been signed for to date. The balance sheet closed on F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

AUCTION SALES TO COKE. A USEFUL SUMMARY. . Tuesday, March 24. i-ftpparton Sheep Sale. Jas. Mill's Clearing Sale at Murcliison. St. James Stock Sale. Wednesday, March 25. Peterson's Clearing, Kotupna. Thursday, March 26. ■ St. James Special Horse Sale. Wangaratta Stock Sale. Tallygaroopna Stock Sale. Tatura Stock Sale. Nathalia Stock Sale. F. Salas's land, Murcliison. Spinks' Clearing, Goorambat. R. Paynter's Clearing, Wyuna. Friday, March 27. Trimble's Clearing, Cosgrove. Jack Sinclair's Clearing Sale, Arcadia. Numurkah Stock Sale. Benalla Special Horse Sale. Saturday, March 28. Tatura Pig Sale. Hawkins' land, Shepparton. Kyabram Special Horse Sale, Monday, March 30. Kialla Stock Sale. Yarrawonga Pig Sale. _Dookie Stock Salo. St. James Stock Sale. Tuesday, March 31. Shspparton Cattle Sale. Benalla Stock Sale. Wangarattta Pig and Dairy Cattle Market. Wednesday, April 1. Humphryis Furniture, Shep. Thursday. April 2. Nathalia Stock Sale. Friday, April 3. Tatura Special Horse Sale. Mond...

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REMINDERS FOR APRIL. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

1 REMINDERSf6rAPRIL. LIVE . STOCK. Horses;—Those stabled should be! fod.liberally; Food of a more stimulating: - nature can be noW- -: given to- get .... them we'll;- over,,: the "chang ing coat." season. Those doing fast or;iheavy : work should be clipped; if not- wholly, then trace highi ' The legs should not be clipped. Those: not rugged on coming in to the stable at night sweating freely should be wiped down and in half an hour's time rugged or covered with bags un til' the coata is dry. Yearling colts vigorous and well-grown may be castrated. Weaned foals should have a little crushed oats daily, if available!" HOrses to be turned out' during winter should not be clipped. Their mouths and feet Should'be examined and at tended to | where necessary." Cattle.—AS the nights become colder1 the dairy cows should be rugged. The rugs' s'tipuld be re moved ' in day-time .'when the Shade teiiiperaturo teaches 60 de grees. If new grass is plentiful give a ration of hay. and straW whole, .o...

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TOOLAMBA. SCHOOL COMMITTEE. TREE CLIMBER'S ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

TOOLAMBA. SCHOOL ' COMMITTEE. TREE CLIMBER'S ACCIDENT. Parents of scholars attend ing the Toolamba State-school held a meeting last Tuesday, to elect the new school committee. The positions were filled by the following ladies and gentlemen: Mesdames G. Pogue and D. Hall; Messrs H. Goodson (chair man)-, \V. Pentin (correspon dent and treasurer), E. Farrell, G. Pogue and H. Burge. A lad named R. Coombs sus tained a nasty accident at the State-school a few days ago. As is customary with the boys dur ing the hot months, the were seated on the boughs of a shady tree whilst partaking of their meals. This little boy, who is about 8 years of age, was up in the tree and, losing his bal ance he fell to theground. In the fall lie crossed one bough and > fell upon the thigh of another boy, thus breaking the fall to a certain extent, but causing him lo land on his head and render ing him unconscious. His eye and cheek were blackened and his nose also bled profusely. Mr W. H. Edwards (head tea...

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