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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914
LONGER: AGO THAN ' YESTERDAY; . , ,Ycs tordayris ricit !tm,j hko, 1«u t seven- years is..To • have . been: cured long ago, and to Inve liuen ;\ve.'! ever- since, surjiv.means a' pernianent*curc. Read wnnl this man has ;to say about: it. / • Mr H.-Frainpton, Qui 1111-s!reek ftumurkah,. says:—"Five * years ago. I took a course' of Doan's' Backache Kidney Pills,, for se vere pains in. the back, and other symptoms. of- kidney 'disorder, and I am pleased to say that they cured-me.- The, . most pleasing: part of my cure is that it prov ed permanent, for 1 have been free of kidney ■ complaint ever 'since. Previous to taking Doan's Backache Kidney-Pills I used to suffer agony from backache, the pain being at times very severe, this being especially the case if I stooped, or moved 'quickly. I also had urinary trouble, the I water being-very discolored, and containing a sediment. After a course of Doans' Backache Kid ney Pills, however, these dis- , tressing ailments disappeared, and-I have b...
SHEPPARTON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914
SHEPPARTON SHIRE COUNCIL. At to-day's monthly meeting of Shepparton Shire Council, there were present: The presi dent (Cr. R. Roe), Grs. G. H. Denker, Geo. Bitcon, jr, W. Sheil, P. A. Kerrins J. Morgan, P. W. Ryan, W. Philips, E. S. Green, J D Mitchell, F \V Fair W Pinch beck. Freezing Works Request. A. E. Bennett, secretary, Goul hurn Valley Industries Company, applied for permission to lay a main through Victoria Park in a direct line from the Goulbwn River to the freezing works at the nearest point, a 3-ineh water main and a 1-inch pipe to carry an electric cable to wov'i- I ho pump. Permission had been granted by the Statu Rivers find Water Supply Commission to di vert water from the river by means of a pump situal »d on its bank.—Permission granted. Thii Wyndham-streel Fire; W Furpliy applied for a re- , c'uclior. in the valuati ,&lt;n of nis ' property in Wyndham.-slreet re cenuy destroyed by lire, as from March 13 last.—Not granted. Joint Works. Shire of Violet Town a...
THE GOVERNMENT SUBSIDY SHIRE COUNCIL'S ALLOCATION MOOROOPNA RIDING MEMBERS DISSATISFIED. PROPOSAL TO EQUALLY DIVIDE GRANT DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914
THEGOVEftNMENT SUBSIDY 5 ■ . ' SHIREtJOUNGIIi'S ALLOCATION ! MOORtDOPNA > RIDING MEM- ' BERSDISSATISFIED. PROPOSAL TO EQUALLY DIVIDE GRANT DEFEATED. ; I; I | An effort was made by mem bers of the Mooroopna^ Riding^at the Rodney Council meeting^Dn Monday to secure an equaT di- i vision of- the:anual Government grant. The present system is to allocate the subsidy amongst the ridings according to the amount ;of revertue raised. The present allocation is: Tatura Riding £352, Kyabram-£291, Mooroopna > '■ £231.—Cr M'Lennan, who intro Iduced the proposal; contended that the principle on which the Government granted the subsidy was reversedl)y the council. The grant was to assist' * the poorer shires, and it should follow that1 poorer ridings should receive the biggest slice. He proposed to ' take off £60 from the Talura Riding and give it to Mooroopna ; which would make an equal amount of £291 each. The Moo- I roopna Riding was unfortunate, j inasmuch as it had a large tract of river...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914
; RIFLE.SHOOTING. The Tatura branch of the A.N.A., on Tuesday evening last fired their return match with the Shepparl'on branch. At the last match .Shepparton won by a small majority. Both teams were strongly, represented. The conditions' were five shots per man, 8 men aside, all .-to. count. After" an exciting finish Tatura won by 1 point, the scores being ing 166 to 167. Much depended oil Wiseman's last shot of tho evening, a centre would have made a tie and bullseye a win. After taking. a very deliberate aim ho succeeded in getting a "bull ' and was loudly cheered. This is the lirst time Sheppar ton have, been beaten. Refresh ments were dispensed at the close. The scores are as fol Tatura. Total .. .'. .. .. 167 Shepparton. Budds .: .. ..... 22 Attwood i. .. .. .... 22 Guyatt .......... 22 Furphy .. .. - .. 22 Dow ... .. ... 22 Stubbs .. .. ~. 22 Guthrie .. .... .. .. 19 Douglas .. .. .. 15 Total 166
A DYSPEPTIC'S LIFE SAVED. SEVERE PAIN AND SICKNESS FOE MANY YEARS CURED BY A SIMPLE ANTACID. NEIGHBORS SAID HE WAS A DYING MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914
A DYSPEPTIC'8 LIFE 8AVED. SEVERE PAIN AND SICKNESS FOE MANY YEARS CURED BY A SIMPLE ANTACID. NEIGHBORS SAID HE AVAS A: DYING MAN. Chronic indigestion and sick-, ness after food and severe pains were all quickly cured by a very simple remedy in the case of Mr. R. Savigan, II, Gloucester Street Barnardtown,. Newport, Mem. . In a."letter referrrinpr to her hiis;-. bandV- "illriessf * Mrs. 5avi«an writcsr—^'Hc djd not know what it was to cat-a'-meal without it coming back," which appears to have Been his condition for a .considerable time, until liis wife, while reading a lady's paper, saw ordinary bisurated magnesia re commended for indigestion, and obtained a small quantity: so that her husband might try it. A few doses gave Mr. Savigari great relief, and before he had 'finished the first supply die trouble practically was cured. To use Mrs. Savigan's own words, "He can eat his food and is look ing splendid, and can do his work; in fact, iall the - people about hero look at him, for t...
SALE OF IRRIGABLE LAND. SATISFACTORY PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914
SALE OF IRRIGABLE LAND. SATISFACTORY PRICES. At Messrs. J. M'Namara and Co.'s ofiice, Wyndham street, on Saturday afternoon, thq. subdivi sioiial sale took place of Mr. G. H~ Hawkins's property, olose to Sliepparton town boundary, on the north side. There was a large at tendance, and every block was disposed of.. The average price per acre obtained was £20. The auctioneers were Messrs J M'Na mara and Co. and Peck, Sons and Biggar, in conjunction. Follow ing arc details of the sale:— Lot 1, 2ia, £21 5/, John^Pat tcrson, lot 2, 19a lr, £20, D. Baxter; lot 3, 20 a, £21 7/6, W. J. Pither: lot 5, 19a, £20, W. Bean; lot 5, 19a 2r, £20 10/, W. Bean; lot 6, 16a 3r £21 12/6, S. VV. Tucker; lot 7, 16a 3r £20 15/, A. W. and W. Fairley; lot 8, 16a 3r, £16, Fairley Bros; lot 9, 16 a 3r, £15 17/0.-Jas; M'Grum: lot 10, 16a 3r, £21 .12/.6, Jas. -M'Grum; lot 11, '16a 3iy £21 5/, Sanr. M'Grum. •' ; - " " '
DOOKIE COLLEGE V. ST JAMES [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914
DOOKIE: COLLEGE V. ST JAMES The return matoh between the" above teams was played on Sat-i urday at St. James and resulted in a draw. The students put to gether i i runs, to which tUe chief contributors were: Carey, 26, Peters,- 14; Fanston, 14, Murray,' 22, Lainsden 31, Park 10. St. James put up 48 runs for the loss of live wickets.-The bowlers for the visitors .were: Carey, 3 for 19; Fanston, 2 for 21; Levick, 0 lor 2. Members of the visiting team were subse quently entertained at dinner.
GOULBURN VALLEY PICNIC RAOE CLUB. WEDNESDAY'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914
GOULBURN VALLEY PICNIO RAOE CLUB. WEDNESDAY'S MEETING. Great interest is being taken in the amateur race meeting, to be held on Wednesday afternoon, by the Goulburu Valley Picnic Race Club. The track of the River racecourse was never in better order than it is at the present time, and from all acr counts this picturesque spot will be visited by a large percentage of our townspeople as well as visitors from surrounding dis tricts. As there are nine races on the programme, the first one —Lhc Brush Huruie nace—is limed to start at 1 pan., so that those who desire to secure a good position for their motors and buggies would beN wiso to make anjeavly start, Several teams are said to be in train ing for the Uindem race, while the frovelty Buggy Horse race is sure to attract a large field. Ladies will be admitted tb the course free of charge, and there will-bo a plentiful "supply of hot water for thoseTequiring.it. for afternoon tea, etc. The Shep partori town band has been en gaged, and w...
PRESBYTERIANS V ANGLICANS Presbyterians. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914
PRESBYTERIANS V ANGLICANS "- : ; / .Presbyterians.. Revel;" b : Date, . .. 17 Stevenson, c Bailey b Fow ':;;ster ..... .. i Baud, b Gooley .... .... 8 Burns, b Gooley .... •.. .. 10 Florence, ~b Date, .. .. .'. 0 Stewart, b.F.ewsler .. .... 0 Garro.il, run :out . . . . .. 2 Davie, std Palmer. 14 Waddell. b Gooley*'.. 0. M'Causland c and b Few&ter -0 G; Furphy, not out-; .' .; v . 2: Sundries'>. Tv . . . . . 1 'Total • 55 Bowling.—Fewster, i for 32; Date,J 2 for 21 ; Gooleyj 3 for 1. r Anglicans. Fidleiy b Carroll .. .... 2 Nodrum, c Stevenson b ' Revel-.. . ; .. 7 Lyons, c Florence b Baud .. 29 Byass, b Burns . . ." .... 32 Fewster, not out. 7 Youmard, c Stevenson; b Baud '. .. 0 Bailey, b Baud 0 SutcliiTe, run out . ; ~.. .. - 0 Gooley, b Baud .. . . .'. .. ^9 Dale; 0 Baud :.... ... •.. .. 33 .Sundriesv.;;.v ...... -2 Total -.. . ~ .. .. 141 Bowling.—Carroll, .1 for 21; Revel, 1 for 18; Stevenson, D fur 17; Baud,.5 for i3; Burns, 1 for 36;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914
SALES AT SHEPPARTON COR PORATION YARDS. 0»" SHEEP APRIL 7 CATTLE ... APRIL 14 PIGS APRIL 20 AUCTION SALES TOOOME. A USEFUL SUMMARY. Tuesday, April 7* Shepparton Cattle Sale. Wednesday, April 8. - Nalinga Stook Bale. Monday, April 13. Marungi Stook Sale. Co.'s Stock Sale. Monday .April 20. „ Dookie: Watts, Turnbull aud Co.'s Stook Sale. Alteration of Date. LAND & FURNITURE SALE ON account of Thos. Grey, Hayes-stteet, will be held on TUESDAY, 7th inst, not VVednes v day, as previously advertised. Don't Forget Date — TUES DAY, 7th inst. WADE & McKERNAN. IMPORTANT PROPERTY SALE. "PLYM," Euroa. THURSDAY, I6th APRIL. ESTRIBLING and ELGIN, . ROSE & CO. PrY. LTD. (in conjunction) are favored with instructions to offer for sale by Public Auction, at the EUROA HOTEL, at 1.30 p.m. on above date, those Valuable Properties, situated in Railway-street, Euroa, consisting of — " PLYM," a handsome, commo dious Family House (brick), con taining Two large Entertaining Rooms, Si...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914
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YABBA NORTH FARMERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914
YABBA NORTH FARMERS' UNION. The monthly meeting of tlie Yabba North Farmer#' Union was held at the Slate .seliue! on Saturday night. There was a large attendance of member: nnd also residents of tIn* out lying districts who had -penally conic to hear an explanation of the Workers' Compensation Act by Mr. A. L. Ilarwood, manager of the Employers' Liability As surance Corporation Ltd of Lon don. This Act embodied many vital points of interest to far mers and manufacturers, and a report on the subject will bo published in a later issue. The president (Mr. Ryan occupied the chair. New Member. Mr Sam Lamrock, of ilosgrove. was elected a new member of the union on the nomination of Mr. J. Cuinnvns, seconded by Mr. O'Connor. Mr. Lamrock retur ned thanks for his election ana promfsed to do all he could for the association. Correspondence. J as. Smith, Baflarat. wrote stating his willingness to do bu siness with the union, which will act as agent for his machinery. Hie offer was accepted on ...
Shepparton news Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY, APRIL 6. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914
SlKpparton news Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY, APRIL 6. The gratifying announcement was made on Saturday at "the annual meeting of shareholders of the Goulburn Valley Freezing Company Limitedi that pver half the number of shares had been placed. The goal is in sight, and the prophecy of a new director, Mr J. F. Graham, ; that the remaining shares would be I speedily placed, is likely to-be ful filled. The chairman of directors (Mr-.Bryan Cummins), in moving the adoption of the report and bal ance sheet) was able to point to the wise economies exercised by the directors, assisted by the secretary (Mr A. E. Bennett) and the architect (Mr Dunkerley). Some thousands of pounds are to be saved in the erection of the works, compared with the experiences of other com panies. Naturally the directors were dubious on this point, because it seemed almost too good to be true. The plans were referred to experts, among others Mr Urquhar', en gineer to the Geelong Harbor Trust, an...
CRICKET. CHURCH ASSOCIATION MATCHES. HIGH SCHOOL AND ANGLICANS VICTORIOUS. A SINGULAR COINCIDENCE. THE WINNERS TIE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914
CRICKET. CHURCH ASSOCIATION r;,-' MATCHES. ■ v HIGH SCHOOL AND ANGLICAN^! ; VICTORIOUS. A SINGULAR COINCIDENCE.; THE WINNERS TIE. . The/matches" on Wednosday;| afternoon last In conection with^i Church Association cricket' were .played under, favorable wctither conditions. High School defeated the Methodists by 100 runs, whilst the Anglicans beat the Presbyterians by 87 runs. It \vas: remarked as a. singular co iricidence1 ithat each of the win ning teams scored 141' runs'. Appended are the details: HIGH SCHOOL V. METHODISTS: High School. W. W. Gay, c Graham b Bowey ............. 21 J. S. Rogers, lb\v, b Graham 34 L. M'Caygill, b Williamson 14 H. Liddelow, not out'.. .. 44 R. G. Thomas, c Bowey, b M'Coll ............ 4 M. Palmer, b Graham ... 0 L. Voumard; run" out. ... 4 H. Young, c Williamson b Graham 0 J. Millikan, not .. .. .... 14 : Sundries:;. .. . .&lt; .. 6 Total iTT Bowling.-^-M'Coll, 1-..for* 3t; Graham, ?3 for-51;.Bowey;. 1 for 26; Gi,-Williamson, 1 -for 24. • Met...
GOULBURN VALLEY FREEZING WORKS. ANNUAL MEETING OF SHARE HOLDERS. HIGHLY SATISFACTORY POSITION. OVER 20,000 SHARES PLACED. BOARD INCREASED FROM FIVE TO SEVEN. PROMISE OF 10,000 LAMBS ANNUALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914
i i ■» ■ i ii i —— ! GOULBUItNVALLEYFREEZINQ WORKS. aiNMJAL MEETING Ol7 SHAittv HOLDERS. HIGHLY SATISFACTORY POSI TION. OVER 20,000 SHARES PLACED. BOARD INCREASED FROM FIVE TO SEVEN. PROMISE OF 10,000 LAMBS ANNUALLY. An Enthusiastic Shareholder. The annual meeting of share holders of the Goulburn Valley Industries Company, Ltd., was held on Saturday afternoon at the lodge room, 'Star Theatre, Mr. Byran Cummins (chairman) presided and had associated •.vith liim the 'following directors:— Messrs. Hamilton .Coldwell, J. S. Mortimer, G. H. Gibson, with the secretary (Mr. A. E. Bennett.'. There was a good attendance of liareholders. The chairman would have lik ed to have seen a larger atten dance of members, because at meetings of, co-operative com panies it was necessary to have a full representation. Share-) holders were inclined to grumblo and should be surely able to give up one day for business of the kind, as an encouragement to directors and to give expression to their feelings on...
PRESBYTERY OF GOULBURN VALLEY. MEETING AT NAGAMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914
g=—n—a—eagtBaaa. PRESBYTERYWOF..GOULBURN VALLEY.' MEETING AT NAGAMBEE. A meeting cf the presbytery of the Goulburn Valley was held on Tuesday last at Nagambie. Rev. W. Cox (Moderator) was in the chair; there were also present: Revs. H. E. O'Sullivan, G. J. Le gate, I. Glyn Jones, J. B. Taylor, Geo. Paul ((clerk)J), with elders A. H. Campbell and G. Moss. An apology was accepted from Rev. J. A. Lee. A Visitation The presbytery of Seymour, , which body was also meeting at " Nagambie, sent a delegation con sisting of the Revs. A. Macdonald J. Garde and R. C. Foyster, con veying greetings and best wishes —The moderator, Revs. Geo. Paul, and C. J. Legate suitably replied. New Assembly Hall. In reply to the appeal from Dr. M'Farlane, chairman of the new. assembly hall committe soliciting donations towards furnishing the new hall, the presbytery •> :deoided to circularise the various congre gations in the presbytery recom mending assistance to the pro posal. Entrance Examination. The us...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914
AUTUMN 1-9 I 4 WINTER Special Window and Indoor Display on EXHIB SHOW DAYS: SATURDAY, March 21st. MONDAY, 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. k-M>;. M 4 — Something Worth Knowing! ■■■■ Large Reduction in Price o! the World's Best Cycles. Now is your time to get the Best CYCLE at a LOW PRICE. The Genuine " MASSEY," fully equipped ... ... £15 10a The Everlasting" BED BIRD" „ „ £13 IOs And all the other makes of the reputable firm REDUCED likewise. YOUR OLD MACHINE taken as part payment. Second-hand CYCLES in plenty to ohoose from. REPAIRS to all make of Cycles. A large stock of ACCESSORIES at LOWEST PRICE. MOTOR CYCLES for Sale. Brazing, Enamelling, and Niok...
IRRIGATION DISTRICTS. CULTIVATION AWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914
IRRIGATION DISTRICTS. CULTIVATION AWARDS. In connection with the culti vation competitions promoted by the Water Commission in the Closer Settlement irrigation dis tricts, the following awards have been made:—' Best Acre of Orchard. Rochester: 1, W. S. Locke, al lotment 4, section 6, Nanneella; 2, Mrs. D. Jolme, allotment 10, section 5, Nanneella. Torigala: 1; F. P .Stephens, al lotment 49, Koyuga; 2, E. E. Briddon. allotment 47, -section C Tongala. Shepparton: T. C. James, al lotment 27, section C; 2. J. Shaw allotment 62, section C. Cohuna: 1, J: M'Donald, allot ment 9, section- C. Swan Hill: i, A. Finch, allot ment 3, section F. Best Five Acres of Orchard in Any.,District. 1, William Bennett, allotment 1.6, Merbein. ; Hon. Mention:P. A. Lee, Merbein, W. P. West, Shepparton: S. Wright, Sheppar ton ;F. J. Tyers. Merbein; T. C.1 James, Shepparton; J. M'Donald, Cohuna.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914
WEDDING. LINEHAN—HICKEY A quiet but pretty wedding look place at St. Patrick's Ca thedral, Melbourne, on Wed nesday; 11th February, when Mr Thomas Linehan, fourth son of Mr and Mrs W. Linehan, Na gambie, and Miss Hannah Hic key, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs D. Hickey. of Drumanure, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, the Rev J. J. Loner gan ofliciating. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a handsome dress of ivory duchesse satin with court train, and trimmed with guipure lace: a bridal veil of tuilc, arranged with orange blossoms and pearls and a pretty gold wristlet watch, j the gift of the bridegroom. She was attended by her sister, Miss ! Margaret Hickey, who was at tired in a creme Japanese silk coatee and skirt, trimmed with lace, and ribbon sash; also hat of creme silk and lace; and wore a dainty pendant, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr J. Linehan acted as- best man. After the ceremony the wedding party motored to the Federal.Palace Hotel, where the break...
RAILWAY PRESENTATIONS. TO DEPARTING COMRADES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914
RAILWAY PRESENTATIONS. TO DEPARTING COMRADES. A representative gathering of railway employes took place at the local station last Tnursday evening, the occasion being to say good-bye to two of tneir fellow, employes, who have been transferred to other stations. I Mr. W. Slaven, shedman, being transferred to Stawell as shed foreman, and Mr. T. Thompson; who has been parcels porter, at Shepparton, for the past four years, goes to Greasy as operat ing porter. In the unavoidable absence of Mr. Davies, sen., Mr Russell took the chair, and in eulogistic, strain, spoke of the sterling qualities of the two men. While regretting their departure from amongst them, he was glad to know that their transfer meant well-merited promotion. Mr. Slaven was then presented with a silver mounted umbrella, and Mr. T. Thompson with a travelling bag and case of pipes. Messrs. Loob and Spinks, way and works branch, Mr. Waters, guard, Messrs. Swan and Furer, loco branch: Messrs. Vale and Lawler, clerks, and M...