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

- r8EtrtOUSCH ANCE8. ARE TAKEN IN NEGLECTING A SIMPLE CASE OF PILES Any person take9 serious chan'cbs in neglecting a simple "case of piles. This ailment has a tendency to become chronic and there is also danger of ulceration and forming of fistula, both very difficult to cure. The safest re medy for any form of piles, whether 'itching or protruding, is Doan's Ointment. It causes no detention from daily occupa tion, and the many cures made by it have made it famous in evey corner of the world. It en joys a greater, demand than any other, pile remedy ever placed on the market. Mr, A. Armstrong, saddler, Saxon Street, Numurkah, says: "For three'years I suffered from itching p'iles, the irritation at times being" almost unbearable. I spent a lot of money on pile remedies, hoping to get relief, but nothing I got seemed to be able to ease my suffering. One day I read of cures effected by Doan's Ointment, so made up my mind to give it a trial.. I men tioned this to a friend, and he strong...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CANIAMBO. A POETICAL CONTRIBUTION. WATER WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

CANIAMBO.. ... ■ : A POETICAL CONTRIBUTION. WATER WANTED. ' Tlie weather . continues fine; with cool nights, "ill is nice after Ihe -lieal :of, the day to. nestle neath the blankets and enjoy a good sleep. But how'much nicer it would l)e to enjoy a pleasant drive along the roads that are now abnormally: dusty. The writer has had the "pleasure" of riding on a waggon behind a team and has seen the dust.com pletely obscure the horses from sight.-for a brief span. 1 could na see the worl'. for dust I could na see me-sel' But I waited for - the swaepin' gust - To ken if things were well. • Water is now theory of the farmers-of this district; rain the sound of which we have 'most forgotten.: : The. prospect of continued dry weather makes the average farmer wear a plead' ing expression on his sun-tanned face. Some have said that the farmer is the backbone of the country. But if the weather does not favor the farmer then lie"has lost his own backbone. It is hoped that in the near future far...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

SATISFACTION IN CLOTHES YOU GET IT HERE AT —WARDROP'S Premier Tailoring Establish ment. SUITS full of character: suits that mark the wearer as a man most particular in matters of dress, such are ! WARDROP'S TAILORED SUITS. Our Representative (Mr. Syd. Thomas) visits this district every two months. 'WARDROP, The Quality Tailor. SMITH ST.. COLLINGWOOD. i im USE THEY DECLARE IT TO BE THE ONE' MEDICINE THAT GIVES ii NEW VITALITY AND LIFE. 9 Dudley Street, Vertb. 24/5/12. j CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. . I "As a nurse I have seen I Clements Tonic do so much good J amongst my patients, it is my j duty to state these facts. I have j 'prescribed it ofteqjmd in every |' case it soothes the patient, it I: gives refreshing sleep, creates a . doslra for food, and !T HELPS THE FOOD TO DIGEST. The ' pi{ienta_~become bright and clicerful after its use. As a ' health Restorer I say Clements ! Tonic HAS NO EQUAL. (Signed) NURSE LINNDEDERG." The Rev. J. HOSKING, D.D., Minis ter o! (Ke Congregational Mission C...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWNSHIP OF TATURA. INSANITARY CONDITIONS ALLEGED. HEALTH INSPECTOR'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

VowWship of tatura. ! INSANITARY CONDITIONS ' ALLEGED. " HEALTH INSPECTOR'S RE PORT. The sanitary . , conditions of Tatura were again-the sub ject of discussion at Wednes day's meeting of the Board of Health, and the only diversity of 'opinion was as to whether the board should "repuest" or in sist" that the local council should remedy certain conditions wh'ich were regarded as inimical to public health. Following on an adverse report i by Dr Ley, health officer to the council, the board sent one of the inspectors (Mr Roche) to Tatura to make inquiries. i The refrort of Mr Ftoche bore out in part the scathing con demnation of Dr Ley. The physi cal features of the township of Tatura, said Mr Roche, militated against an effective system of draining The outfall of the street drains in the centre of the town was the worst feature. It was an earth cut, practically without fall. At the point of discharge there was a large quagmire of green-stagnant drainage, which was a favorable breeding...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DOOKIE. HARVEST THANKSGIVING RESULT OF DRY WEATHER. ANXIOUS FORBODINGS. BOY THROWN FROM HORSE. A HAUL OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

DOOKIE. • HARVEST THANKSGIVING^ - RESULT OF DRY SvEATHER. ANXIOUS FORBODINGS. " BOY THROWN FROM HORSE." A HAUL OF FISH. - : The annual harvest thanksgiv ing service was held in the Pres byterian Church,- Cashel, on Sun iay "Hast; when, the church was Drettily decorated with fruit, ve getables, - sheafs of oats and jther produce. There was a large congregation, and the pul nit was occupied by the Rev. J. B. Taylor, B.A., who preached ui appropriate sermon. Special riymns were rendered by the choir during the service. The collections throughout the var ious Presbyterian churches of the district were in aid of the fund'for. the repairs lately ef fected at the Donkie manse. At the Cashel service (lie collection amounted to £5 3/. It is under stood this, with the collection from the district churches, will oasily meet the expenses incur red' by the work done. The publican's booth in con nection with the forthcoming Easter Monday sports gathering was sold by auction mi Monday last, and wa...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOWANGARDIE. THE RABBIT PLAGUE. RAISIN DRYING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

GO.WANGARDIE. THE RABBIT PLAGUE. ■ RAISIN DRYING. V The weather has gradually warmed up agaiu during the past week, and. owing to the rain hav ing held off so long, the "supply of drinking water is gradually diminishing. A downfall of a couple of inches would be much welcomed. Ilabbits have made their "/ap pearance in large 'numbers in Lliis district but farmers are up and doing, poisoning and digging out are being engaged in freely. ; On Saturday last the Karra momus;. Rille. Club team jour neyed to Gowangardie to try their luck with, the Caniambo team, but owing to the challenge being delayed, the home team were not prepared, nevertheless they defeated the visitors by 21 points, the scores being Caniam bo. -512; Karrainomus. 391. The conditions were 9 men a side, at 200.and 300 yards. Raisin drying has commenced in this district. Ideal weather has prevailed, and the work has made good progress. In most cases the yield is heavy, but the grapes are small. For the last three weeks, C...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GONGUPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

GONGUPNA. On Sunday, 15lh-_ inst., the harvest thanksgiving service was held in the Goiigupna Pres byterian Church, The hall was nicely decorated with fruits; sheaves, floworsr and ferns, while, festoons of pepper tree branched were arranged across the hall, behind the pulpit. The preacher was the Rev J. B. Taylor, who preached an appropriate' sermon for the occasion.

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KIALLA. WELCOMING MR AND MRS A. DICK. TRIUMPH OF THE TIN BAND [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

KIALLA. WELCOMING MR AND MRS A. - DICK. TRIUMPH ' OF THE TIN BAND .- A unique gathering of an in teresting •nature occurred on Friday evening, the 20th inst. Mr: and Mrs. Albert Dick, a re cently married couple, having just, returned from their honey moon, the neighbors gathered to give them a welcome home, and to offer them' congratulations. After'having tinkettled them in accordance with the traditions of the Broken Rivei'. the tinkettlers who..were joined later on by the ladies, and some gentlemen, ad-' .iourned to partake -of Mr. and Mrs. Dick's' hospitality. Music, songs, and recitations were the order of the evening, contribu tors of items being Messrs. Pat terson, Hillier sen. and jun.; Messrs Quinlan and Gawne (vio lin) while Miss Alice Quinlan acted as accompanist at the piano. The Misses Shelton and Barker each recited. After the company had partaken of a sum ptuous repast, Mr. J. F. Hillier jun. expressed the thanks of one and all for the evening's hospi tality and hearty...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

local market. Kr™?— ng) - ls 1 d tols 3d • li 'g;vi^», - m 4 d°z , ^ M'ng) ... Is to ls 2d "am (Se btig) ... Is to. ls 2d lb P„^f <e',Ymg) - 3s od bushol Ov nvc(r1l''L') - £3 5a ton Umo.n8 (pelling) ... 10s per owt. Pwck?'8 r '"S) new 7s owt. Bwv-V ?r mg) - 15s 3(1 b-*8 Pmr ' ',nfl Is Id boa (:!r^ o " (solling) .» n Id bus ^PS5'NS fgi^ng) 6d per lb Hmp *Rmn8) per lb mi>£ -giving) 4id per lb

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INSPECTION OF ORCHARDS THE JUDGES DO GOOD WORK. FAVORABLE IMPRESSIONS OF SHEPPARTON. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

INSPECTION OF ORCHARDS THE JUDGES DO GOOD WORK. FAVORABLE 1M PRESS IONS OF SI1EPPARTON. The judging of orchards for the pviip? miVi't'ii annually hy the State Rivers and Water Sup ply Commission was completed on Saturday hy the inspection of orchards in the Shepparton dis trict. two prizes are offered— a genera! 011,; of s!5. open to all orchards in the ^tate. and a district prize of £2. The judges were: Mr I'. Carmody, chief in spector of orchards, Victorian Department of Agriculture; Mr ■J. Cmni;!. director of the Botani cal Gardens. Melbourne, and formerly connected w^h the orchard branch of the Department of Agriculture; and Mr H. Davoy. of the "Fruit World." They were accompanied during tlieir'tour hy Mr 11. Har vey. an oHieer <1 f the State | Rivers and Water Supply Com- 1 mission, who was formerly .in charge at Shepparton. The in lion was commenced on day, and during the week orchards were inspected in the following districts: Merbein, Co mma. Kochester. Tougala, a...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POULTRY INDUSTRY. NEEDS FOR STIMULATION [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

POULTRY INDUSTRY. NEEDS-FOR STIMULATION The United States, it is" said, is capable of absorbing the whole of Europe's production of poultry; and eggs. Our own meagre supply is in danger, and prices may before long rise to a pointt that will be prohibitive to most people (says the "Daily News" (London) February 6). A novej scheme to meet the situation is being advocated by Mr Edward Brown, F.L.S., the well-known authority on the subject. His first idea is to establish the National Poultry Institute, which will, bring the resources of science to bear upon the dif ficulties of poultry-raising and egg production. He also hopes to induce farmers and others to take up poultry farming on busi ness lines. One interesting 'aspect of Mr Brown's proposal is that in which he aims at en listing the services of the schools in the solution of the difficulty. He hopes to induce country, and other educational authorities to provide the ne cessary training and instruction in poultry rearing, thus lay...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOWANGARDIE SOUTH. RIFLE SHOOTING, CANIAMBO BEATS KARRAMOMUS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

GOWANGARDIE SOUTH. RIFLE SHOOTING, CANIAMBO BEATS ' KARRA • MOM.US. ... A most enjoyable afternoon was spent at' Caniambo on Sat urday, last,^ when the; KarraT inomus rifle team shot a match against the home team. The visi tors arrived shortly after din ner and the shooting commenc ed aL once, the ranges being 200 and 300 yards. There was .some very good shooting on the whole, two possibles being put up at the shorter range. On counting up the book Cani&hibo •/as found to be leading by 21 joints. The highest scores were jut up by Mr S. Bradshaw (Caniambo) 57, and Mr Alexan der (Karramomus) 54. Tea was provided by the ladies, thus end ing a very pleasant day's out ing. It was decided to shoot a return match at the Karramomus rifle range on Saturday, April 5, when it is intended, if possi ble, turning the tables. Thrashing operations are late around here this season; ses'eral of the farmers not having thrashed yet. The rust has affec ted the wheat greatly, bringing down the av...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURAL LIME. RIGHT AND WRONG USE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

I A0l»i6ULTUIWLLII*IE. I RIGHT AND WRONG USE. ' > It is now proved beyond a doubt that many of our soils , need lime. The use .of lime iipon soils is nothing new, but it was not used in the earlier, days with j the understanding of correcting ; the acidity of the soil, but rather ; for the purpose of liberating the i plant food. 1 Although the results secured by applying lime may be similar | for a time to those obtained by ] using fertilisers containing ; phosphoric acid and potash, yet there is. a difference. When such a fertiliser is used,, some plant food is added to the soil, land, if the amount returned is equivalent to that removed by the crop, the supply in the soil has i I not been diminished. But, when j lime has been used to liberate ! some phosphoric acid and pot- I i ash and these in turn are used ' by crops, the soil has been de- ! pleted of some of its original i fertility. When used in this way it is only a question of time until the soil will fail to respond to l...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. UNDERA. COMPLIMENTING THE "NEWS" [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

DISTRICT. NEWS. . - UNDER A. • ; / » COMPLIMENTING THE "NEWS" A very" able criticism on lli-j Wheat Commission, has Inan pared by Mr.-Thomas Langdon, ALP., and ex-Chairman oi' the Wheat Commission, have been sent to the secretary of the Uu dera Progress Association, and v*i.' provide subst.\nc3 for much ti.0UK''t on Jie way in wh'ch wr-'al should Jie s. Id, oic. Mo. i.a'i{jdon evidently has IU<* wheat growers' cause at heart whei. lie issues these for frae ilisti iiitr The leading article iieali-ig with the proposed railway line .from' Moor.opna to' Wy an ju which appeared in last Monday's "News" was read with lu'terest by the Undera folk, and was ap preciated very much. It is. gra tifying "to them to think that Shepparton intends ina practical way to show their sympathy in a proposal that has been agitating the people's minds in this dis trict for such a time, and it,now behoves all who will at all bene fit by the construction of this proposed line to agitate with one vo...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRINCTPLES OF MANURING. ESTABLISHED RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

PI*INcTPLE8 0F'iil^ •' ESTABLIS^D^UtES. > 1^ modern manluriBl'ipradtioei •basbd on' science atidexperlence; it may be 'said that: the follow ing "points are fairly well 'es tablished:—. That at least once in- the' course ' rof ; a rotation the. land shoHild have a dressing of farm' yard:manure;:-a' moderate quan tity which should be supplement-: ed by artificials, and that the. other-crops of the rotation, to ■which no farm yard manure;is directly applied, should receive a full dressing of artificials. - That the artificials'should, as a rule, be of a complete nature furnishing to the crop nitrogen, phosphate of lime and potash, or, in other words, ammo'nia, ! phosphrate of lime and potash. • That the artificials, if applied in : the form of a special or com plete fertiliser,, should be in good condition, and should be carefully ^compounded, so that the ingredients in the manure can be uniformly applied, en suring-that all the plants get a fair proportion of the differ ent, ferti...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHEAT IN BULK. A VISITING PREMIER'S VIEWS "ESSENTIAL TO EXPORT TRADE." [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

WHEAT IN BULK. A VISITING PREMIER'S VIEWS ''ESSENTIAL-TO EXPORT TRADE." An .'emphatic'iPpinjon. of the value..ots,the bulkr handling of wheat is Ihfcld by Mr Walter Scott. Prelhier of Sa'skatshewan, Speaking from his. experience of bulk: handling ' in .Saskathe wan, and also with some know ledge of Australian conditions, Mr Scott's comment was signifi cant. "You will haive to go in for bulk handling," he. said, "if you hope to carry out an export busi ness in grain 'in.competition with Lher countries where this econ omical and effective ^system is in operation. After our experi ence of it we in : Saskatshewan would not think of doing without it. We find it absolutely neces sary to enable us to carry on our export business profitably." A feature of bulk handling in Canada, added Mr Scott, is that Miile the main part of the sys tem, including the inspection arid grading of grain, is carried out by the-Federal Government, the elevators are, as far as Sas katchewan is concerned, con str...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRUIT FOR EXPORT. HINTS ON PACKING AND FORWARDING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

FWilT FOII EXMKT. HINTS-.ON]-PACKING AND F0BWARDIN6. I 6n£ of "the most, important /factors,; in, ine'preparation,, of fruit forl'expdrt is that of reli LltblJs^a^or^t'Jpackfrig. It is ■generally conceded that the mail ! whpjputs up his'fruit in the most upito-dale ;inahner may always rely o'%#tio(Treturiis for hispro duoe. ."Not only this, the careful attention devoted to proper pack ing v/IJI be found to pay best in the expedition of transit from th^ orchard t° the "ship's side. It is, |to the uninitiated grower, an easy matter to unwittingly place hiihsi^ljf-in tli'e. position of having to explain' faulty marking or de ficient packing. The inspectors appointed under the Acts go verning the fruit industry usu ally find . that the amateur ship 'per flakes occasional errors that require correction. Thjj means trouble and delay to all con cerned. ' It is therefore thought necessary to bring'before those grower's'who may 0e unaware of i the; law on the matter the princi pal points to ...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COWS AT CALVING TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

COWS AT CALVING TIME. To dry off a cow milk tier only oncq a. day talcing, most of the milk' away at flret, and then less and less till the amount of milk is. so small that it is not "necessary to withdraw it oftener than once, in two 'days, this partial withdrawal of the milk continuing till just before the cow is ready to calve, when all the milk is withdrawn, as if any be allowed to remain it may bring about inflammation of the udder. Cows must not be allowed to get: into loo good condition be fore giving birth to their young, as such is a fruitful cause of milk fever. Even in the best re gulated herds milk fever is liable to occur, and much saving of loss will be effected if the far ■ always keeps handy an ap paratus for injecting sterilised air through the teats to the ud der. The apparatus must be kept scrupulously clean, and the needle' dipped in. boiling water before use, otherwise there is risk of the germs of inflamma tion of the udder being intro duced. Owing to the fact ...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HON. H. M'KENZIE'S VISIT TO UNDERA. RECEIVES THREE DEPUTATIONS. VISITS STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

HON. H. IH'KENZIE'S VISIT TO UNDERA. RECEIVES THREE DEPUTA TIONS. VISITS STATE SCHOOL. The lion. H. M'Konzie. M.L.A.. passed though Undera on in- way to Mooroopna, ou Friday last. Though his time was very limi ted. lie still haci l'me to receive a deputation, headed iiy .Mr. O'Brien, from Undera North. ask ing him to use his iiifltumro m seeing that the levees wore not abandoned. Mr. O'Brien (■"inted out the great boon thef banks were to the settlers along the river, and as the Government had spent such-a sum on litem it was a pity to let them go for the sake of a few thousands more. Mr. M'Kenzio promised to in vestigate the matter. The Undera school, now noing very crowded, Messrs It. Stew art and T. J. Quinlan ;>'om>s pondent) members of the school committee, invited Mr M'Kenzi? to visit the school so that he could see for himself the neces sity-of the department hurrying - on the erection of tlln> n-w .•oom recommended last Decem ber by Mr J. W. Gray. the dis trict inspe...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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CONCERNING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 March 1914

CONCERNING PEOPLE. Mrs Arthur Laws (nee Roe) whose fine work in connecting with the Pine Lodge Methoffi Church has been highly apnre -•ialed, was, on Wednesday last" ie recipient of a suitable pre sentation from the parents and scholars of the Sunday school This took the form of a hand .some clock, which was suitably inscribed. The presentation was made by the Rev. II. p. Phillins who remarked that the loss sus' tained by Pine Lodge was gointr to be Ivialla"s gain. Mr. Arthur i.aws suitably replied on his wife's behalf. lire. The death is announced of Mrs Husking, wife of Mr E. Huskins» of NVaaia. Deceased, who was <55 years of age, was in delicate health for some period. Mr and Mrs Thomas Hayes, of Tungamah, sustained a sad be reavement by the death of their Two years old son from diphther itic bronchitis. Miss Nellie Campbell, whose marriage with Mr. A. Jenkins, takes place on April 15 was the recipient of a presenta tion (a handsome silver cake i-ish) from the members ...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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