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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Fat Sheep.-18,500 penned. Prime crossbred wethers 28s to 25s 63, extra do 263 93 to 29s 6d, with a few pens to 32s 6d, good crossbred wethors 20s to 22s 63, second do 16s 61 to 193, inferior do to 15s 83, prime crossbred owes 20s to 22s, extra do 233 to 263, odd pens to 27s 63, good crossbred ewes 17s to 19s, second do 183 9d to 163, inferior from 11s, primo merino wethers 20s to 22s 93, extra do from 24s to 263, good do 15s 93 to 181 93, merino ewes 103 to 183 lld, low-conditioned ewes from 6s 9d. Fat Limbs.-6200 reoned. Prime 14s 63 to 17s 6d, extra 183 Sd to 20s, with odd lambs to 25s, good 12s 93 to 13s 63, seconds 10s 33 to 12+, inferior from 9s., Fat Cattle.-2045 yarded. Prime pens of bullocks, £12 10s to £14 12s 6d; extra, to £16 73 61; good beasts, to £16 17s 63d; good pens of bullccks, £10 153 to £11 16s; good light and handy weights, £9 to £10 5s; second and inferior, from £7 5s; prime pens of cows, £8 15S to £9 12s 6d; extra do. £10 0l to £12 5s; odd co...
HIGH SCHOOL SUCCESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
o HIon SchooL SUCCcESSr., Th. annual report read by Mr W H Callister the Prinoipal, at yesterday afternoo' meeting of the Shepparton Agriculturai High Sohool Council, enuumerated the many passes and successes gained b the pupils during the past year, and the appointments they had secureu in the Government service, in banks, and with privete companies. The results of the examinations are above anythin, secured by any other High School similarly cu. atituted, and so gratified were the iut. here of the council, that they, on the motion of the president (Mr C Pallin seconded by Mr J Lumrock, J.p , sed a resolution expreseing their al) preciation of the excellent work do?t~ by Mr Callister and his staff, and ofl the sp!endid results obtained, al the same time expressing a wish that in ti., coming year they may be even more successful. Mr Callister reminded the members of the disadvantage the school suffered last year by the tranlforence of members of the tutorial stall t, other parts of ...
SHEPPARTON SHEEP MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
SHEPPARTON SHEEP MARKET. Light yarding of sheep to good at. tendance of the public forward on Monday. Fat sheep very brisk and firm, being fully 1s 61 to 2s per head higher than previous market. Store sheep difficult to quit at vendors figures, and were sligh'ly easier, not many lines changing hands. Total penned 6328, including 635 head in fat pens. Quotations :-Crosebred wothers 181 to 27s, o b wethers 16s to 17e 9d, x owes good quality, 238s 6d to 27e; medium do 16s to 183 9d, prime heavy lambs 20s 61 to 22,, goad lambs 181 2d to 193 93, light do 12s to 16, 63. Lamb market exceptionall firm, Store Sheep--60 m ewes, aged, 195 9d, 212 m ewes 6 and 8 t., 14s 0ld, 45 m wothers 8 t, 12s 3d, 49 x ewes, 39 lambs at foot, 26s 63, 262 x ewes, 4 and 6-tooth, 20s. 91; 23 m wethere calls 10s 4d ; 180 xbred wethers 17s 8d, 142 x ee's 4yrs, 22s; 170 small weaners 8s 63, 120 o b owes 6 and 8-t 19, 84 x ewes 6 and 8 t 22s 4d ; 150 x owes 6 and 8 t 25s 63, 50 do 5 yre 16s Id, 78 m wethere 4-", 14...
THE LATE MR A MILLER. AN APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
THE LATE Mi A IILLER. AN APPRECIATION. The death of the late Mr .A Miller was (says the Geelong "Adver tiper") referred to at the meeting of the Geelong West Council on Wednesday. Mayor D'Helin said that the community, and Geelong \est in particular, had sustained Sgreat loss by the death of Mr Mliller, who had done a great amount of good throughout the SState for many years, and had been a benefactor to the poor. In 'Geelong West he had built a fine - -e-ce of.houses for the poor and a persons, and his memory woul be held in grateful remem hranne by many to whom he had beeua generous helper in their timaef adversity. What could 'be bettfr than to establish such hours as Mr Miller had done ? It was egrettable that Mr Miller had been:ut off, as such a man could be illspared. Had he lived longer he Mould have done still more to shoi his practical sympathy for pood people. Not only had he erered homes in Geelong West, but he subscribed £50 when it wae decided to establish5' park in the...
TOWN BAND CONCERT. PROCEEDS ABOUT £45. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
STOWN BAND CONCERT. PROCEEDS ABOUT £45. A great deal of careful, thought ful preparation culminated at the Star Theatre on Tuesday evening n a grand concert in. aid of the SheppartonTown Band's uniform und. It was very gratifying to see the building crowded ; it must have been especially so to Mr Jack' Dais'i, who was mainly re eponeible for the management of the concert : ard tn Trnm m?n,. U. Bailey, and Bandmaster R. J. Beaman, who had workqd so devotedly and strenuously in the cause. Moreover, it. was very pleasing to see the public in that practical way acknowledging the fine work done by the band, and for the ready manner in which ir has always come forward to add to the town's sum of happiness and entertainment. Speaking gen erally, the programme was a good one, and the items were well rendered. The Town Band itself took a large share of the bill ; all all but monopoliEed the second part of it, and acquitted itself admirably. There was no mis taking the distinct improvement it...
LEVEE BANKS. MEETING AT UNDERA NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
LEVEE BANKS. ---4- MEETING AT UNDERA NORTH. A meeting of landholders adjoin ing the Goulburn River met at the Undera North School on Saturday in connection with the safety of the levee banks along the river. Mr W Conley, who was elected to the chair, explained the object of the meeting. The levee banks were in urgent need of repair owing to rabbits burrowing through in many places. It was deemed advisable to come to same immediate arrangement in order to make the bank safe. It would soon be the season for floods, and he would like those present to deal with the question and take some definite action. A good deal of discussion fol lowed, and it was decided on the motion of Mr Baker, that Mr F Neal, jun., be given the contract of repairing the damaged places in the levee bank, and of making the bank thoroughly safe. The length undertaken would effect 37 famil. ies. On the motion.of Mr T O'Brien, it was agreed that as a first instal ment, a levy of 5e per farm be made and a second levy...
THANKS TO THE ORCHESTRA. [To the Editor of "The Advertiser"] [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
THANUS TO ITHE UORCHEBTbI [To the Editor ol"The Advertiser"] SIR,-Through the columns of your paper, I wish to publicly thank the Shepparton Orchestra for the eervioce it renderee at the Town Band concert on Toueday night last. It was through an oversight that I neglected to thank that organieation from the stage, when doing so tc the others who so sindly aesieted. Trusting the members of the Orchestra will overlook this neglect on my part, and accept the Town Band's best thanke.-I am,, Ac., CHARLES BAILSY, secretary.
DISTRICT IRRIGATORS. PROPOSED DOOKIE-DEVENISH RAILWAY. APPROACHING VISIT OF THE ROYAL COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
DISTRICT IRRIGATORS. PROPOSED ROOKIE-DEVENISH RAILWAY, APPROACHING VISIT OF THE ROYAL COMMISSION, A mootiog of the Shepparton District Irrigators' Association was hold on Wednesday evenirg at the Presbyterian Hall, on No. 2 Estate, Or. Wmn Phillips in the chair. Correspondence was received from Yabba Farmers' Association, asking for assistance re proposed railway from Dookie toDeveonieh, and rrquesting the association to oppoint delegates to at tend a moeting at Dookie for organisiog a mIvemmnt.-It was agreed to appoint the chairman as delegate. Information was received from the Royal Commission on Closer Sottle. mnt, stating that a fortnight's notice would be given before visiting the dis trio,, and it was agreed to leave all preparations in the hands of the execu tive committee. It was annoineed that Mr Callister was prepared to start a course of lectures on agricultural science if a sufliciont number agreed to attend. A vote of thanks was passed to Mr Callister for his eflorts. A...
SUNSET: GOULBURN VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
SUNSET: GOULBURN VALLEY By E. F. (Srr'PARTON). Snowy fleeces topped with gold Towards the sunset slowly rolled, Where a sky of faded blue Decket itself in every hue; And the son's departing rays Set the western clouds ablaze. On the silvery Goulbnrn River Golden bare commenced to quiver; And the kookaburras' laughter Came from gumtrees by the water, As a passing madcap breeze Told them tales of distant seas. peaks of mountains far away . Glowed with fire at close of day : Soon the ohadows cool and deep Covered them for rest and sleep : Faded then their fiery glow And they slop!, to dream of snow.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
Sales at Shepparton Corpoift in Yaids. CATTLE -... MAY 12 SHEEP ... ... ... MAY 19 PIGS ... ... ... AY 18 SALE FIXTURES FOR APRIL & MAY. Friday, May 8th Clearing sale, Mrs AM Hay, Bookie S Bpecial Stock Sale, Shepparbon Monday, May 11th Dookle stock sale Marungi stock sale Tuesday, May 12 Shepparton cattle sale - Wednesday, May 18 Nalinga Stock Sale Thursday, May 14 Kataudra stock sale - Tatura Stock Sale Monday, May 15 Clearing sale, Jno Cussen, Toolamba SWest Saturday, May 16 Tatura pig and poultry sale Mooroopna horse sale Monday, May 18- Kialla stock sale 8bepparton pig sale - Miepoll monthly stock sale Tuesday, May 19 Shepparton sheep sale Thursday, May 21- . Tocumwal stock sale Monday, May 25 Undera monthly stock sale Murchison stock Ea!l Thursday, May 28 Tatura stock sale Friday, May 29 - Tatura pig sale Mooroopna horse sale In the Estate of Catherine Balchin, deceased. SHEPPARTON. Saturday, 16th May, 1914.. IMPORTANT SALE of LIVERY STABLES and DWELLING in Wyndham Str...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
TH ~ILL ER STORES. SHEPPARTON. &lt;A UMN AND W INTER SPECIALS: MFT- S TWEED CHESTERS MEN'S TWEED CHESTERS MEF;'S TWEED CHESTERS AT. The Miller Stores MEN'9 SUITS TO MEASURE MEN'S SUITS TO MEASURE a MEN'S SUITS TO MEASURE , Ar The Miller Stores SUITCASES, for travelling ' s lid SUIT CASES, for travelling AT - SUIT CASES, for travelling : AT. The Miller Stores Men's Navy OVERCOATS a . Men's Navy OVERCOATS v Men's Navy OVERQOATS a AT The Miller Stores Gent's Velour HATS. latest style ý "i-8 Gent's Velour HATS, latest style Gents'e elour HATS, latest style AT The Miller Stores Boy's Navy Serge College Caps s each Boy's Navy Serge College Caps Boy's Navy Serge College Cape AT The Miller Stores Boy's Navy Serme Norfolk Suits 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 Knickers AT The Miller Stores Youtb's High School Boots Touth's High.School Boor s Youth's High Schoo...
UNDER THE CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
UNDER THE CLOCK. FoUnTII PAGE.-On our fourth page will be found: Church of England, Shopparton Waterworks Trust, A.MP. Society, Shepparton Shire Council, Brevity Bureau, etc. ' COIaLDRNs'S GAIDEN PARTY.-Mis s Annie Hutchinson, of Shepparton, ar. ranged a children's garden party for the Mooroopna Hospital, and has forwarded the sum of £1 10s as the result. It was young people that took part. in it, and the dressing of dolls, etc., was all done by Miss Hutohinson. The thanks of the committee of management are tendered to her for her kind and thoughtful action, Mrs Elizabeth Holland publishes a warning against intrusion in any way on her property, No. 1 Estate, Woods' Great Poppermint Cure For Coughs and Colds, never fails, l16.
VICTORIA'S ELECTORAL ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
VICTORIA'S ELECTORAL ROLLS. TIuE revision of the electoral rolls for the Victorian Assembly has given some startling results No less than 100,000 names have been added to the old lists, an achieve ment which show a that the past Ministries were sadly parsimo nious, or that electoral officials gave sorry returns for money paid them. Politicians may amuse themselves by trying to 'apportion the blame as accurately, or as in accurately, as their personal in terests suggest; but the average elector, looking at the figures. finds other matter for serious concern. The'old roll gave the country elec torates 364,129 voters; the metro politan ;constituencies, 318,786, that is to say, the provinces were 44,313 votes to the good. The old state of things was bad; the population and, as a conse quence, the political strength of Greater Melbourne was a menace ; but the perfecting ot the rolls has shown that the evil is far greater than most of us supposed. The metropolitan electorates have now 391...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
THE RECENT EPIDEMICS OF SMALLPOX AND DIPHTHERIA Would certainly not have attained such proportions if the hygienic fact were more generally known that the dlisinfection of the mouth by a reliable and harmless antiseptic is a great pro tecting factor againsts all ailments where the infection is through the throat or respiratory tract. By putting 3 drops of SANDER'S EUCALPT EXTRACT, on a piece of loaf-sugar and allowing it to dissolve in the mouth that cavity is thoroughly dis infected. The volatile nature of SANDER'S EXTRACT makes it penetrate every crevice. SANDER'S EXTRACT is not nauseous nor de pressing like the common eucalyptus and possesses great antiseptic power. By using SANDER'S EXTRACT, you avoid the uncertain composition of the lozenge tyou have the benefit of the strongest antiseptic that can be used with safety, and the result-is protection from all iffeQtion. For ronclhial Con?tlli, take Woods' Great Peppcrmint (ure, i Gd GOOD NEWS FOR LADIES. Ladies will be pleased to ...
SHEPPARTON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. AGREEMENT WITH SECRETARY AND GUARANTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
SHEPPARTON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. AGREEMENT WITH SEC?E TARY AND GUARANTEE. The monthly meeting of the cam mittee of the Mechanics' Institute was held on Tuesday euening, Mr G, V. Furphy, president, presiding. Ton other members being present. On the motion of Messrs J. Suther land and J. O. Goutlay, the action of the sub-committee re renovation of billiard room, was confirmed. Moeers Alcook & Co., of Melbourne, had replied that their charge for caver ing the bed and cushions of one billiard table and levelling two tables (exclusive of cloth), would be £8 5s. These terms were accepted. It was reported that Mr Tuttle had repaired the roof of the billiard room from where the water used to descend upon the tables. In answer to a ques tion it was stated that Mr Tuttle was under an annual agreement to effeot Tenders received for painting interior of the billiard room were : H Fidler, £6 10s; L Bryden, £6 163; F L M'Dutf, £6 is ; Syd Vibert, £5 (acc). Mr Syd Vibert was also to be pai...
The Difference. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
The Difference. "If you wish to distinguish between the death of a barber and the death of a sculptor, how would you do it?" asked Jack Merriless. "I don't know. Perhaps you will en lighten me," said his pal, Bob Syrm slick. "Well, to put it concisely. I should sum it up like this. The barber curls up and dyes, while the sculptor makes faces and busts."
GOULBURN VALLEY DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
GOULBURN VALLEY DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. The following is the draw for the firast round of matches in connection with the competition for the premiership of the G.V.D.F,A:- - MAY 20 Shepparton v Mooroopna Rochester v Tatura Echuca v Kyabram MAY 27 Tatura v Shopparton Rochester v Echuca Kyabrcm v Mooroopna JuN0E 8 Shopparton v Rochester Mooroopna v Eohuca * Tatura v Kyabram i JuNe 10 Kyabram v 8hepparton Rochester v Mooroopus Echuos v Tatura JUNE 17 B Shepparton v Eohuca Mooroopona v Tatura Kyabramo v Rochester Matohes played on grounds of first. named clubs.
OLYMPIA. FOOTBALL. SHEPPARTON v DOOKIE COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
OLYMPIA. FOOTBALL. SHEPPARTON v DooKIH COLLEGE. A very fair orowd of people assembled at the Recreation Reserve yesterday to witness a "proliminary" contest be. teams representing Shopparton and Dookie College clubs. The weather was lovely. and a fairly fast and intern}.:., game was put up by both 6ilEs. The College team was well represented, and included Brake, 'of University, and Tunbridge, from South Ballarat (the premier team of Ballarat). Shepparton included several juniors. notably A San dilands, M Mahoney J Conuera (Shep parton Imperial), G Taylor (Workers), W Coppin (Grahamvale), all of whom shaped well; other new men tried were M'CIll, Sandy, and M. M'Oaskill, and the selection committee was pleased with their showing. Last year's premiers were faulty at goal-kicking during the first half-of 12 ehances only one passed between the main uprights. The College team played well together and picked out a man to the best advantage. After the interval Shopparton set to work more sy...
SHEPPARTON GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 7 May 1914
SHEPPARTON GUN CLUB. -The slub hbold a very. successful shoot yesterday, 845 birds passing through the traps. Results: £5 Handicap match-Divided by C Polan, Dookio and. H Burgoes, Tally garcopna, 5 kills. No 1 Sweep-Won by W Prydo; 4 kills. No 2 Sweep-Divided by Mr M'Ken. zie. Melbourne, and W Sim Dookie, 7 kills, No 3 Sweep-Divided by J Downey and " Quail " 6 kills. No 4 Sweep, let miss out-Divided by F Gough and and W Burgess, Tallygaroopna, 3 kills. No 5 Sweep 1st miss out-Won by J Downey, 6 kills. No 6 Sweep 1st miss out-Divided by " Quail " and J Daish, 2 kills.