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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 January 1914

'HALF-YEARLY SURPLUS SALE. HALF-YEARLY SURPLUS SALE. THME I?,ILLER STORES SIIEPPARTON .om. nees : S TURIAA JANUARY 24th, 1914, when Astonishijng Bargains ivill be -- upulied Iby Eerey Department. -SHOP EARLY AND AVOID THE CRUSH, AT THE MILLER STORES, SHEPPARTON. IWE &COS minner Sale. STARTS Surday, January 17. I a Wyndham and High Streets, Shepparton, BtY'S SHOE STORES Oposite Post Office, Shepparton. BIts! Boots! Boots! 'tiMELBOURNE FACTORY PRICES. c L GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. Aible Pr7it when we suipply diretct inIthIh-~arUyi - t 20 per cent less than any other House ? - GAL ON US AND SAVE MIDDLEMEN'S PROFIT. evyir made from Especially Selected Leather for Country ear, and are Guaranteed all Solid Leather. T3RGEST AND MOST UP-TO-DATE STOCK OF LADIES', D CHILDREN'S FOOTWEAR OUT OF MELBOURNE sE FROM, NOTE:ADDRESS a P S SHOE STORES, SHEPPARTON S (Opposite Post Office). -? 3J. WINNETT, Local Manager. J? Mullins & Co MILY BUTCIERS, REET, SHEPPARTON h ~r'~'tezt to ...

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SHEPPARTON STUDENTS. RESULTS OF SENIOR AND JUNIOR PUBLIC EXAMS EIGHTY-NINE PASSES WITH 37 DISTINCTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 January 1914

PAaRTON STUDENTS. TS OF SENIOR AND IOR PUBLIC EXAMS NINE PASSES WITH 57 DISTINCTIONS mplete results now recceived ior and Senior Public exami eld at the Shepparton High ring the first seventeen days ber last, with the Rev Geo perviscr, show them to be cf tfying nature. In fact, such rsults had not been previously Of the 26 High School Etu for the Junior Public only to secure their group (four or ets)); and will have an oppor. ttend the supplementary ex to be held in tbo last week b, Nine others passed in all etsnding out conepicuouPly being Lon Caygill, who 't distinctions and two paeses : ,5 pbell, who secured fivo dis. nd two passes. List of those who passed the Junior Public test Len Caygill, Jean Campbell, Muriel Da'dy, Thea Dawson, Muriel William Johns, Jean Meldrum, Hy, Harry Young ho secured group (Junior Pub jj n Bsud, Kitty Canty, Reg asie Cowan, Mavis Cox, Stella S lla Gibb, Edward Grifith. no, Murray Palier, William ic Roberts. B _iuhblic, two candidates: Ray 3 ssrd in ge...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 January 1914

PERSONAL. Joyce Josephine, the 16.months'.old child of Mr and Mrs A R Williams, of Maude-street north, died yesterday from whooping cough,'after two days' illness. The funeral took place at the Sheppar. ton cemetery today; Another daughter, Dorrie, aged about seven years, was last evening taken to the Mooroopna Hos pital in a very low condition, suffering from whooping cough and bronchial pneumonia. MIr F . N?asbh,- a wesalthy, grazier, ,of Dookie, died yesterday morning at the age cf 69, at the residence on College road. The deceased leaves a widow and family. One of his properties is a fine mansion and grounds at Caulfield. The body was conveyed to tho Coagrove rail way station this evening for transmis sion to Melbourne, Mr W F Bawen hav ing charge of the arrangements; and the funeral is to take place at the St .Kilda cemetery to-morrow (Tuesday). Mr Herbert WThitfield, of Welsford street, was taken to the Mooroopna Hospital last evening, suffering from appendicitis. Mr Harold Li...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 January 1914

IN MEMORIAM ??????.—In sad and loving memory   of my dear husband who departed this life on January 17th 191?. Farewell until the morning breaks And the shadows flee away. —Inserted by his loving wife and family. W. F. ??????     " The Advertiser " Published Monday & Thursday BE JUST AND FEAR NOT. Monday, January 19, 1914.

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VIOLET TOWN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 22 January 1914

VIOLET TOWN SHIRE? OOUNC1L. Present-Crs Forshaw. (president), Mr'Sbane, Black, Wilson, Buckland, Henderson, Roach and Gordon. CORRESPONDENCE. From J J Dunlop, forwarding account for £1 for carting decking to Cr Hen derson's-Councillors considered the charge excessive, and the matter was left in the secretary's hands. C Wentworth drew attention to broken culvert and repairs required to road near his place, which was danger. oue.-Engineer said he had instructed Mr Wentworth to make temporary re pairs.-Approved of. D Dick drew attption to state of road from Thompson's and Watkin's, which was nearly impassable owing to trees and limbs blown down by the storm on Tuesday, December 29.h. A vehicle could not get along the middle of the road.-The engineer said he had in structed Contractor Telford to attend to same.-Action approved of Department of Public Works acknow ledged receIpt of claim for £59 10s 10d fio constructing road damaged by timber traffic. The amount could not, how ever, be p...

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TUNGAMAH SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 22 January 1914

TUNGAMAH SHIRE COUNCIL. Present: Ore J Ryan (President), Deagan, Fell, Whitty, Ford, Hodge, Cummins, Kelly, D Ryan, Wadeson and .Molqulney. CORRMSPONDENCE. Acting- Deputy Postmaster- General stated that approval had been given for erection of a telephone line from Ton gamah to Yonanmite, and asking to be supplied with the names of three per sons who would be willing to sign the maintenance agreement, also the name of the person to whom line faults would be reported. It was pointed out that action could not be taken by the depart ment until the maintenance agreement was completed. The President and Cre Commins and Hedge were appointed to sign the maintenance agreement. TaISTLa INSPECTOR, The thistle Inspector (Mr Timothy) reported having served about 200 notices during the past two months wherever thistles were found growing, and with a few exceptions, reasonable work had - been done to destroy same. Legal pro. "ceedlngs would be taken against several landowners at the next court the...

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MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 22 January 1914

MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. New Zealand Loan and Mercantilg Agency Co. Ltd.-We held our first sale of the second series to.day, when in sub mitling some 6150 bales, we brought forward an exoellent selection of merinos and crossbrrds. These for the most part were drawn from the Western, Gippsland and North Eastern distriots of Victoria, the Began and Iiverina dis tricts of New South Wales, Western Australia and the south-east of South Australia. Since the close of the first series satisfactory advices have con tinued to come to hand, from both Con tinental and Yorkshire manufacturing centres, whilst those from America have also been encouraging. Under these circumstances a strong market was rta turally looked for, and in this we woere not disappointed. Compe:ition from both Yorkshire and America was re markably keen, as was that from the Continent, for anything suited to the requirements of this section. Although dillicult to quote any actual change in values when compared with those rulin...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 22 January 1914

.M ELBOURNE MARKETS Fat Sheep.-35,000 yarded. Prime crossbred wethers, 185 to 19s 93; extra, do 20s to 233 9d ; good do 163 to 17s 61; seconds, do from 15is; prime crossbred ewes, 153 to 16s 9d; extra, do 17s Gd to 20s 3d; good. do 13s Gd to 14s 63 ; others, from 10s; prime merino wethers,. 16s to 17s 63; extra do 18s to 193 ; good do 14s to 1s ; second, do 12s to 13s ; inferior, do 10s to lls 63; prime merino ewes, 13s 6d to 153 Gd; extra do 163 to 17s; good, do 11s to 12s 9d; second and inferior 7s to 9s 6d. Pat Lambs.-33,000 wore penned. Primo 14s 61 to 163 63; prime shore, 13s 61 to 1s ; extra (both woolly and .horn), 17s to 20s 93; good woolly, 12s 901 to 143; good shorn, 123 to 131; second and inferior, from 93, Pat Catrle.-3,295 yarded. Prime pens of bullocks, £10 0l to £lls 15s; extra do £12 to £13 7s 63; good do £9 to £10 ;good light end handy weights, £7 10s to £8 15s ; middling and inferior, from £6; prime pens of cows, £7 to £8 10s; extra do £9 to £10; good do £5 10s to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 22 January 1914

TOBA?CCO S. Sold in 2.oz. and 4 oz. (actual weight) Pluga, or in Cut Double-flake, packed in dainty Silvered 2 iz. Tins. , A joy for ever ! SOB OSES LIQUID FACE POWYDER In these days of out-door life motoring, golfing, boating, etc.,-a reliable and harmless liquid powder is ore of the necessities of life. SOROSES LIQUID FACE POWDER is found by experts to be a perfectly invaluable preparation and a decided improvemen on the old-fashioned dry powder Besides improving the appearance it acts as a shield to the delicate skin of the face against hot winds, dust, smuts, and other extraneous matter. Price 2s 6d. Obtainable at all Chemists and Btores. Why Suffer the Tortures of INDIGESTION BILIOUSNESS, HEADACHES, CONSTIPATION. Why should you? Indigestion, bilious- to complete the work of restoring your ness, headaches, constipation, can be W H EN lost strength. Give the remedy a fair removed and their return prevented, by chance, persevere with it, take the doses Mother Seigel's Syrup. This ...

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LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 22 January 1914

LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Butter (selling) 2d, 103 . Eggs (giving) 61d Cheese (selling), 103, is Bacon ,, Is Id, is 2d Ham , Is 2d is 4d Wheat (giving) 3s 2..11,• Potatoes ,, 63 Onions ,, 103 61 Bran ,, Is bus. Chaff (selling) £3 51 Flour ,, 15s Pollard ,, is ld Calleskins (giving) 5d to 63 lb Sheepskins ,, 4 to 5) lb Hidoe ,, 4. 53 lb

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 22 January 1914

I UNDER THE CLOCK. 'n PAGE. - Tungamah Shire ii, Violet Town Shire Council, ty Bureau, A Society Lady's Boots, LT'.os'" T.\Is.-Sevonby five pas rs proceeded from Shepparton to urne by the A.N.A. excursion which left at 10.25 a.m. on Tueas 1- Besides that number, 256 pas s boarded the train at stations Cobram onwards. The tickets cod for a month. HE BATTLE OF THE LIGHTs.-Like Ialhy rivalry thau' is going on be the Town and the Model brass of Sheppsrton, the battle between dn Electricity is proceeding mor SMr W H Mutton, the local mana or the Colonial Gas Association, a keen eye on everything done in position camp; but just now we - eceived a veimilion-covered bhlt potssssiog the lengthy title ific Eceasons why every tradesman d use the Electric Light," by C. cy, and published by the Electric L:mited, of the Strand, London. ICL.rAT-Ir) tOR TYPHOID.-AII the o at the Melbourne Hospital-and are at present 135 of them-are going inoculation as a preventa against typhoid fever, of which are...

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CRICKET. CHURCH OF ENGLAND V PRESBYTERIAN [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 22 January 1914

OClICKET. CHURClH OF EOrLAsD V PRESBYTERIAN There was a fair amount of interest taken in the meeting of the two leading teams in the Churches' Association com )etition, viz., Church of England and Presbyterian, wh!ch met on the Recrea tion Reserve yesterday in the presence of a fair number of spectators. Church of England had a strong representation and put up the line score of 230 runs ; but the Presbyterian team, which has ost the services of one of its best all round players (TH R Roberts), who has ;one to Melbourne, put up a disappoint ng display, being all out for 55. The wicket, which had been specially pre. pared by Mr iM Kinnear, was excllent, a?d the weather was in the main good, tlough dust blew across the ground to wards the end of the Presbyterians' innings. Scores : CLURCIe OF ENGLASD Byass, c Daish, b Bud .. ... 29 'ewater, b Stevenson ... ... 49 Palmer, b Oarroll ... ... 25 Fidler, o and b Baud ..., ... 0 Shawe, b Davis ... ... 17 Date, not out ... ... ... 80 Bailey, ...

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THE GOULBURN VALLEY SEAT. THE SELECTION OF A CANDIDATE. AN AFTERNOON MEETING AT SHEPPARTON. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 22 January 1914

THE GOULBURN VALLEY SEAT. THE SELECTION OF A OANDIDATE, AN AFTERNOON MEETING AT SHEPPARTON. A meeting of the State electorate eommittee (Goulburn Valley seat), of the People's Party and the Australian Women's National League, was held yesterday afternoon in the lodge room at the Star Theatre, for the purpose of dealing with the question of a successor to the HIon Geo Graham, M.L A., who does not intend to seek reelection. Ur 1 J M? ss, president of the comn mitee, occupied the chair, those present being .- Meesre J Sutherland and F H Cooper (Seopparton) J S Mortimer (Strathmertoo). Cr J Ross and R J Eans (Barmah East). J Tronin (Tallygaroopna) J Burgess (Ksattamtite), E Quinlan (Katandra), F J Moss T Thornton and 11 J Watters (Numurkab), R Roo and Geo Day (Pine Lodge). A W N League: Mrs J Sutherland (local president), Mts T J M'Iver (secretary), Mrs C Palling and Mrs A M'OCrabb (Bunbarths). Mr J C F Uibrick, B A, (reprarenting the osntral excoutive of the People's Party), and Mrs Be...

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OLYMPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. CHURCHES' CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 22 January 1914

OLY MPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. CHURCHES' CRICKET ASS(,. CIATION. A meeting of the Shepparton and Dis. trict Churches' Cricket Association was held at the Mechanics' Institute no Tuesday evening, when there were pre. sent: Messrs W P Milno (president), A Date,. H Fidlor (Ch. of Eng.), J M Davie, J M'Causlaud (Presbyterian), G Graham (Methodist), and the secretary (W A, M'Kinron). nAI-TCl ON FOUNDATION DAY. A letter was read from the Wunghne Cricket Club (A 0 Jeffrey, secretary), asking for a match to be arranged at Shepparton, on Monday, 26:h lost. (Foundation Day), between a club eleven, or an eleven selected by the association, and the WVunghnu team, the latter not having.yet been defeated this season was anxious to try conclusions with other teams outside its own com petition. It was decided to invite the Wunghnu club to send a team to Shepparton on Monday next, to play a match with an association eleven on the Recreation Reserve. Decided that the Wunghou team be entertained at ...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 22 January 1914

PERSONAL. Mr W F .M'Namara, Lands -oflicer (formerly of Shopparton), met with a painful accident at Elsternwick on Saturday evening, when he was run into by a cyclist, His legs were badly bruised and he received a severe shal. ing, necessitating his remaining in bed for some days In c:nscqueence of the injuries Mr M'Namara was unable to attend the meeting of the Dredging Board and sign the report drawn up fer presentation to the Premier Mr D lruce Tunnock, sou of Mr ansd Mrs D Tunnock, of Numurkab, went up for three subjects (lfelbourne Univer sity examination); constitutional his tory and law (part II), Jaw of wrong, civil and criminal and the law of pro cedure and evidence, and has passed well in all three This places hlim safely through his second law emrnination Mr Bead Murphy, P.M. (formerly vis;ing Sbepparton), has been congratu lated by lar and police at Geelong on his elevation and transfer to the Mel bourne City Coqrt bench, iu succession to Mr I Morrison, P.M Mr Tynan, hea...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE AT THE CORPORATION YARDS SHEPPARTON CATTLE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 22 January 1914

COMMEROIAL INTELLIGENCE AT THE. CORPORATION YARDS: SHEPPARTON CATTLE SALE, A moderate yarding forward for this week's cattle market, which was held on Tuesday. There was a limited numboer of buyers present, and the sale was dull and draggy right through. Total penned 455 head, including 176 in fat pens, chiefly inferior to medium quality, with odd pens good quality steers and heifers, this class only eliciting competition up to late quotations: Fat cattle-Good quality steers £7 1~, £7 23 and £7 3s; medium, £5 7s 6d to £5 19.A; odd pens to £6 2s 6d ; green steers, £4 93 to £4 15s 6d; good cows, £i Us to £6 19s; medium, £5 to £5 153 ; light inferior, £3 lOJ to £4 4s : good heifers, £6 5s to £7 2s; medium, £3 10s to £4 7s; small, 59 to 633s; vealers 353 to 49_; bulls, £3 103 to £5 7s 6d

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AWARDS FOR SHEPPARTON. IRRIGATION DISTRICTS' COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 22 January 1914

AWARDS ~'OR SH PPARTQN. IRRIGATION DISTRICTS' COM PETITION. The following list of awards in the cultivation competition promotod by the Water Comrpission has.been isuned: Best Acre of Lucerne in Elolt District - Shepparton, 1 E W Beckham; 2 0 Beckham; Tongala, 1T ~4 Stevens; 2 P D Mitchell; Rochester, 1 H L Clarke; 2 B F Steward; Swan Hill, 1 A Finch; Cohuna, 1 1 M'Dould, 20 J Oranwell Be?t Acre of Garden Produce in Each District-Shepparton, 1 J Shaw; 2.J M'Oorkill; Tougala, 1 T B Stevens; Rochasier, 1 T M Cakebroad, 2 A Korne man, 3 J E Britten; Cohuna, 1 J W Rimmington; 2 H Scone ; Swan Hill, no entry Best 10 Aores of Lucerne in Any Die. triot-Bamawm, 1 J M'Sicclair. ].on Menjion-- L Clarke, Amrnawm ;'W Gladstone, .oyoga. Pee?a Agre QofCQarden roddco in 4ny District-Nanncells, 1 T M Cakebread. Best Cultivated Farm Over 40 Acres in Any District--Nanneella, 1, A W Glass. Hon Mention-A Aitken, Bam. awm; W E Bridden, Tongala; T S Orehard, Shepparton; T B Stevens, Tongala; S Wright, Sh...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 22 January 1914

BOWLS. The second round of the G.V. Asso ciation pennant was started yesterday, when the Seymour club visited Shop parton and played the return match. The local green was not very inviting, as it has become patchy, but green. keeper O'Hare had put his best into it, and a good game resulted in a win for the home team. It was an exciting contest, as the followlug shows. Score at five ends was: Shepparton 6, Sey mour 11; at ten ends Shepparton 11, Seymour 22; at 15 ends Shepparton 19, Seymour 83, So far, Whitehead's rink had been about holding its own, but M'Iver's , e down. However, they pulled selves together, and at the 20th end a complets changeo had taken place, Shepparton being 39 to Soyglourc? 34, and from that out Shepparton kept the load and won by 9 points. At the closo of the game the president, Mr Harvey, welcomed the visitors and their good play, and called for three cheers, which wee responded to by Mr Gronow, the Seymour president, who gave three cheers for the Shepparto...

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A SOCIETY LADY'S BOOTS. DOES NOT PRACTICE WHAT HUBBY PREACHES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 22 January 1914

A SOCIETY LADY'S BOOTS. DOES NOT PRACTICE WHAT HUBBY PREACHES. Mr Frederick Whitelaw, retired boot and shoe dealer, of Swanstonsetreet, Melbourne, told a good story during the course of'Uis evidence bolere the Inter State Commission, i lustrative of the prejudice which some Australian people disnlanv aainst lnnallv ma?4h Ann r^ related that a well-known society lady, the wife of a prominent citizen who has repeatedly made eloquent after-dinner speeches in favor of Australian-made articles, had taken such a fancy to a special hind of boot that she purchased a second pair, and .a few-months later wanted a third pair, speaking of them familiarly as "my boots." It happened that the shopkeeper had none in stock, but the customer was told that they would be available in about a fortnight. At the end of that interval the lady called again, but the manufacturer had not suppled the order. The saleswoman said she would ring up the factory, and find out when the boots might be ex pected to rea...

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