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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 March 1914

ASK YOURSELF THE QUESTION How doth the little busy bee improve each shining hour? Why doth H. Marshall's boots possess such wearing power? Because he is a tradesman and experience he has got, Front of Shepparton . "News" you'll find his place and nex\, to Clydesdale's' shop.' „ Repairs and orders a specialty. SATI8FAOTCON IN CLOTHE? YOU GET IT HERE AT WARDROP'8— • Premier Tailoring Establish • ment.'' SUITS full of character: suits that mark the wearer as a man most particular in matters of dress, such ard WARDROP'S TAILORED SUITS. Our Representative (Mr. Syd. Thomas) "visits this district every two months. - WARDROIj^The Quality, SMITH ST.. - G0LLIN0V?00|>. AUTUMN 19 14 WINTER Special Window and Indoor Display on Friday Eve. jflar. 20 EXHIBIT SHOW DAYS: SATURDAY, S ' March 2ist. MONDAY,. March 23rd TUESDAY, March 24th It is with Genuine Pleasure, we invite you to our Opening Display of the Latest and Newest for Autumn and Winter Our Reputation for Exclusiveness and Individuality...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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CLOSER SETTLEMENT ACTS. CLAUSE 69. WYUNA SETTLERS GRIEVANCES. REPRESENTATIONS TO MR. H. M'KENZIE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 March 1914

CL0SER_8ETTLEMENT flCTs •CLAUSE 69. WYUNA SETTLERS1 GRIEVANCES. REPRESENTATIONS TO Mil » M'KENZIE uu- h. When the Hon. H, M'Kenzie pSj,j visit to Wyuna on March 20, he was ratt by & number of Settlors, who had a()m9 grievances to ventilite. Among othsr matters was oluuso 69 ; also tha attitudo of the Commission in regard to the fane, ing of channels on tho Wyuna Estate. Mr J. F. M'Manus drew Mr M'Kenzie', attention to the conditions on the of lease, especially numbers 8 and jq Condition 8 speoifies that lessees must reside on their blocks, hut there j, nothing in tho condition to aho* that freeholders must roBiile thereon. Condi! tion 10 stipulates that at tho end o[ li yearn, if balnnoo owing has haan pail \ Crown gront will be issued, but it 'j, merely a conditional freehold. Upon the freeholder failing to reside on tho Und, tho.liovornment may resume possession' and nothing is enid in regard to compen sation. If the Uiid is mortgaged, the mortgagee h»lds no security an th...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. TATURA R.C. SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 March 1914

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. TATURA R.C. SPORTS. The annual sports meeting in aid of the Convent of Mercy, Tatura, on Wednesday was held under most favorable ci-iiditioiLS and a financial success w.is the result. The luncheon room, in charge of Mesdames Kroon ami Morrison, assisted by Mrs Cftrey and Misses Lawler. Kroyii, M'.Na mara, Ross, M'EisuKii rind Carey, did a fine business; the takings amounting to oyer £20. Mesdames Flanagan and Mitchell were in charge of the fancy goods stall, ana they did well. Miss May Maher, with her as sistant, netted over £18 at the lolly-and soft drinks stall. The gate in the'-day time was about £2. better than last year, whilst the concert at night was respon sible for nearly another £20. The work of the secretaries (Messrs S. O'Toole and P. Tl. Harford) is worthy of special mention.

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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AT THE METHODIST CHURCH. PRESENTATION TO MISS FORD. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 March 1914

AT THE METHODIST CHURCH. PRESENTATION TO MIS< FORD. After many years valued services tjtcs Methodist Church, in various caj)n:i;i« Mifs Ford, who is leaving the town. hi. resigned her connection with the l>:il ohurch. High appreciation of the w >r» she had done was given expression to a: a complimentary social tendered to lie: on Friday night, in the school hall. In break in the weather, anil tiw hc.ivr thunderstorm whioh immediately pre ceded the gathering was re«p m-ii-l- iV many being absent, liut, in -pit-.-oi :!h deterrent oiroumstnnees, there i Mir gathering Rev. \V. A. MiUikan, ?ir:si: superintendent, presided. The followiug vocal item-i wcr-- cmitri bnted in a pleasing manner t • the tun ing's programme 80111;, " We'd better bide a wee," MisB Ruhv Thorn : >011:, " When the birds go North," Mi-.i KjKt: ton ; song, "'Neath watehitiu'-t irj,"51: W. Hubbard ; duet, " X- x-triue," Mf. Las. Mundy and Miss Trewin : smij, "A song of holiday," Miss Orr- Miss Ku!k ...

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CRICKET. EUROA V. TAMLEUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 March 1914

CRICKET. EURO A V. TAMLEUGH: Euroa visited Tamleughli on Saturday, March 21, J"or continu ation of the second day's play, in the semifinals, and scored a win in defeating Tamleugh by 13 runs. The match, was very excit ing throughout-. Euroa followed on. thoir innings from the prev ious day's play and/ put up 100 runs for the innings. F. Stewart: (30) G. Ely (244), A. Gowell (14), P. O'Connor (11) were the main^contributors for Euroa. Tamleugh had a big task sot them;to make up the leeway and opened very gamely, runs coming-very, freely from the start and when T. Hamilton and M'Gibbon were in partnership.; it scmed that Tamleugh would; come along and wipe out their opponents' total, but on Hamil ton being nicely caught by Auld near the boundary and a similar mishap to MM'Gibbon by the same player, Tamleugh's down fall.then followed as the remain ing; players failed to make up tlio required runs. The highest scorers for Tamleugh were, T. Hamilton'. (26), M'Gibbon (19), .J. GourlayJ 11...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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DISTRICT BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION. THE NALINGA BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 March 1914

DISTRIOT BRIDGE CONSTRUC TION. THE NALINGA BRIDGE. The advances in bridge-build ing have been shown in tin latest joint works which have been undertaken by the Sheppar ton and neighboring .shires 01 Rodney and Violet Town. The new bridge at Nalinga over the. Broken River i* one ot massive antf strong construction Set up beside the old bridge j provided comparison that was all in j^vor of the new ~t ruL'tun' from all view points. It extends a length of 200 feet, ami is sup ported by nine piers. Hie span* being on the average feet. One pier consists of four piles wliicli were driven to a great depth i",'0 the ground and an; then hraiv eted together'by means of plan?-" about' Sin by 6in. These plansa are placed angleways and se cured with strong bolts. The bridge has this advantage ever the old one that there are lew supports instead of three, iw weight being better iionu' J> the help of the extra pile. In* expense for wear and tear na? been considered and tlii? i'e® should be great...

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COOMA. AN EXODUS. PRESENTATIONS TO DEPARTING RESIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 March 1914

COOMA. AN EXODUS. PRESENTATIONS TO DEPART ING RESIDENTS. Mr and Miss Robertson, of the [.O.R. Tent, are going to Wyuna Prior to their departure they were entertained by members of the Tent. Bro. O. Ovens, D.R.. presided, and intimated that it. was intended to make their siucsts presentations, but they Had not yet been selected. Mr and Mrs Robertson and family were entertained at a social by Cooma Methodist Sunday-schoo teachers. The. superintendent (Mr , Crooks) presided. After games, etc., he handed, to Miss Robertson, who i had been- a devoted teacher in the Sunday-school, a teacher's bible. Also a present to Mr Geo. Robertson in the young men's class and to each of the other children. Mr Robertson, sen., in responding, thanked the chair-1 man for-the kind remarks about his family and for the presenta tions. He was very sorry to" leave his Choma friends. He had npver found better, but" he hoped' to malce Jriends -at Wyuna. H« was. leaving to* try-and , better his position; and tha...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 March 1914

MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. DAIRY PRODUCE. , , Bacon. 9d to l/l per ter, lid to 1/4 b.; cheese., bl> j lid lb.; eggs, 1/2 to i/o f doz.; hams, lOd to n," honey, i lb.; lard, 7d lo.^H Poultry: Ducks, 4/ to <5/b P? fowls, 3/ to 6/ pair; geese,?/ pair: turkeys, JO/ to •>*' (special higher).

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SALES AT SHEPPARTON CORPORATION YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 March 1914

SALES AT SHEPMRTON COR PORATION YARDS. CAT 1 i.k. ... MARCH 31 PIGS APRIL 6 SHEEP APRIL 7

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 March 1914

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Shepparion news Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY MARCH 30. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 March 1914

SlKpparion ileu>$ Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY MARCH 30. There is an old saying that Parlia ment is what the people make it. The remark may be equally well applied to the local parliament-* — the municipal councils, urban and rural. .x The local Government Act, of which Victorians ihink highly, provides that annually, so far as shire and borough councils are con cerned, a specified numbef of coun cillors retire, thus affording the opportunity, if so desired, of making a sweeping change within the space of three years. But ratepayers, as a rule, seem indifferent, with the result that though changes may be needed, they are seldom made. Their re-" presentatives at > he council table are thus made to believe that their past actions meet with approval, though that may be far from being the case Whilst so much indifference exists amongst electors an improved system of local government will never be brought about. Whatever change, has to be effected will never come...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 March 1914

. AUCTION 8ALES TO OOME. A USEFUL SUMMARY. Tuesday, IHaroh 31. Shepparton Cattle Sale. Benalla Stock Sale. Wangarattta Pig and Dairy Cattle Market. Wednesday, April 1. Humphryis Furniture, Shep. Thursday. April 2. Nathalla Stock Sale. Friday, April 3. 3rd Toolamba Stock Sale. Tatura Special Horse Sale. Saturday, April 4. Hawkins' land, Shepparton. Monday, April 6. Shepparton Pig Sale. Yabba North: Watts, Turnbull and Co.'s Stock Sale. Tungamah Stock Sale. Tuesday, April 7. Shepparton Cattle Sale. Wednesday, April 8. Nalinga Stock Sale. Monday, April 13. Marungi Stock Sale. Wednesday, April 15. Caniambo: Watts, Turnbull & Co.'s Stock Sale. Monday ,April 20. Dookie: Watts, Turnbull and Co.'s Stook Sale. Furniture Sale. Tuesday (to-morrow), 3Ist, March, 1914, at 2,30 p.m, On Account of Mr Les. M.UNDY, ROWE ST., SHEPPARTON. DECK, SONS & BIGGAR un ■*- der instructions from Mr Les. Mundy,, who is leaving the town, will sell on the above date, the whole of his .household fu...

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FEEDING ON ENSILAGE. PERIOD AFTER PUTTING UP. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 March 1914

FEEDING ON ENSILAGE. PERIOD ■ AFTER-PUTTING UP. How long after ensilage, is put ufj chn-it be;'utilised for feeding? is. thus'-answered by a practical man':—Feeding from the*silo may commence about a week after it has been filled, or it may be postponed .indefinitely/ Unless an crnple amount of ensilage is put up it is better to feed preen maize directly from the field as long as it lasts than to begin feeding immediately from the silo. TTie average quan tity to feed is from thirty to forty-fivexlb., of ensilage a day to er.(;h cow. This means that an aero of land yielding twelve tons j ol' t,rcen-maize will supply the average'ration for seven months ] to ihree animals. The amount of ! green maize from per acre j ranges from eight to twenty^ j two tons. The ensilage should ; always be fed after milking. If ; fed before it is apt to give the ! milk a taste. It is also important i that no ensilage , is loft lying j around in the mangers. ' i "Ensilage is one of the best j milk produoi...

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CONGUPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 March 1914

CONGUPN.V' - During the .last few days we h ave ~enjoygd*: \Iffcw . th.undef showers. ~TJiT/t0; "date ■ we have had about "50 points. The rain appears to. have been very patchy, some places receiv ing heavy showers, while others got little or none. The rain will at any rate, fill the tanks and lay the dust.

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ONE LARGE ORGANISATION. TREND OF UNIONISM. A.W.U. AND MEAT INDUSTRY EMPLOYES. PROPOSED AMALGAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 March 1914

ONE LARGE ORGANISATION, j TREND OF UNIONISM. A.XV;U. rAND MEAT INDUSTRY EMPLOYES. PROPOSED AMALGAMATION. The, syndicalism of'Labor has been proceeding with rapid strides ; during, the past few years, and it is easy to imagine, that the time is not very far distant when there will be prac tically only one union in Aus- , Iralia. Less than a deoado ago ! anybody who suggested that j wthin that period the Australian . Workers' Union would have a ; membership of 72,000 would ' have been laughod at, and yet it only remains for the proposed amalgamation of the AAV.U. • and, the Australian Meat Indus try Employes' Union to take ef- i feet' in oi'der to accomplish that result. The most important matter discussed at the federal confer ference of the Australian Meat Industry Employes' Union, which concluded its sittings at Ade laide on Saturday, was the ques tion of taking a ballot of all members throughout the Com monwealth in regard to the pro posal that the union should amalgamate with the...

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TOOLAMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 March 1914

TOOI.AMTU Mr E. T. Griffith, who has just completed a :three yeans' course in the Shepparton High School, and passed fully the Junior ^-Public examination, has been appointed: junior teacher in the'Toolamba school. Miss Sayers; who has been sewing mistress in the local school for. five years,. has re signed the-,position., and ceases duty at the beginning of the Easter vacation. --

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 March 1914

TW0SIQNAL8. There are two serious signals of kidney ills. The first signal c.omes from the back with num erous aches and. pains, and the second signal comes in the kid ney socretions. .The urine is thin and pale, or too highly colored anci showing brick dust like de posits. Urination is infrequent, too frequent, or excessive. You should heed these danger signals before chronic complications set in—diabetes, dropsy, Bright's disease. Take Doan's Backache Kidney Pills in time, and the cure is simple. Mrs W. Matthews, Maude street,- Shepparton, says:—-"I can speak very highly indeed of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills as a splendid remedy for kidney ail ments. For a considerable time I suffered; a lot from severe pains in my back, but it was only about nine months ago that I found out what was really the latter with me. I had a floating kidney,, and this was the cause of my suffering. I went to a hos pital. but the doctor's treatment did; not benefit me, and at last they, told me I would h...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 March 1914

WEDDING. v SIMM—JOINER. A very pretty wedding took place on Wednesday at the Pres byterian Church, Wyuna, when Jlr. W.. Simm, of AVyunai, was married- to Miss May Joiner, se cciid daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. Joiner, of Tongala. The cere niuny was performed by the Rev W. Cox. of Kyabrairij,who, as it was- the first wedding "to take place in the Wyuna church, pre sented the newly-married couple with a handsome hihle. - The bride wore a cream charnieuse satin, bodice being veiled with Brussels net, trimmed with em bossed lace and oange blossom, strapped Lrain from waisCcau&ht with lovers' knot. The , first bridesmaid, Miss Lizzie Joineiy wore cream Japanese sik, with siik trimmings. Miss Beatrice Joiner, the second bridesmaid, I wore cream silk, and net trim mings. - M. W. Joiner' was best man.. After the ceremony, about fifty guests were entertained by the bride's parents at the paro chial hall, Wyuna. Mr. Thrum presided, in the absence of the Rev. W. Cox. ."The Parents" was ...

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SHEPPARTON SPORTS CARNIVAL. RECENT EXECUTIVE MEETINGS. ESTIMATED PROFIT, £150. A FORFEITED DEPOSIT. THE QUICKSTEP TROUBLE FIRST DECISION UPHELD [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 March 1914

SHEPPARTON SPORTS i CARNIVAL: • . REGENT EXECUTIVE MEETINGS. . \ ESTIMATED PROFIT, £150. A FORFEITED DEPOSIT. THE QUICKSTEP TROUBLE FIRST DECISION UPHELD At a recent meeting of the executive commlittee, Sheppar ton Sports Carnival. Mr J. P. Downey (president) in the chair, an opinion was expressed that the fireworks show by the Phoenix Company was not nearly as good as those of pre vious years, and that some al lowance should be made. It w?s decided to - write off each year 10 per cent, on plant account to allow, for. deprecia tion.' The secretary's rough es timate. of receipts and: expendi ture showed a profit of £150. Accounts were,, submitted and passed for .payment amounting lO .£388/ 1 8/8.: v>"V r 1 ! -y Another' executive meeting ing was j held on Thursday night, with the president in Ihe chair, and the" following mem burs present,: Messrs T .Daish, AV.R.-Banner, M. Halpin, F. H. Cooper, -F.: Gough, F. W. Fair, and W. B.. Hoare. Apologies wei'o accepl'ed from Messrs J. E. ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. CANIAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 March 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. J : GANIAMBO. Messrs Watts, Turnbull and Co., held their usual monthly stock sale at their Caniambo yards on Wednesday of last week-. There was a small yard ing: to a good attendance of buyers ana district farmers. The prices realised .for the lots offered were satisfactory .not withstanding the uncertain slate of the weather. Some inconvenience has been experienced owing to the in correct advertising of the date of the Caniambo' sale, and the auctioneers desire it to be un lerstood that sale day is on the third Wednesday of each month Following is a list of sale dates to the end of the year:—April 15th, May 20th, June 17th, July 15 th. August 19 th, September TGth, October 21st, November 18th, December 16th.

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