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DISTRICT NEWS. UNDERA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914

DISTRIOTNKWi. UNDERA. ~ Th6 funeral of the late Miss Lizzie Sellwood, who died at Tal bot oil Monday evening last took place on Thursday. Quite a large number of relatives atid "sorrow ing friends attended at the grave side to pay their last respects to the memory of the deceased young lady. Some 60 odd vehi cles followed the remains to the Mooroopna cemetery. The Rev. H. P. Phillips read the funeral service very impressively, and the rendering of the hymn "Rock of Ages" made the ceremony most solemn. Mr. W. F. Bowen of Shepparton, had charge-of the mortuary arrangements. The pall-bearers were: Messrs. Geo." Reddrop, W. Doolan, Geo Baxter, Geo. Simmons, W. H. Balding. The Undera Tennis Club dance was held in the. Undera hall on Friday evening last, when there was a lar^e attendance. During the previous week, the dance committee had advertised the function far and wide, so that much as the organisers desired, it was found impossible to post Eone it, when the sad news of a ereaveinent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914

REMEMBER WHEN YOU YOU GET HEALTH TOO! A PROFESSIONAL NURSE «r!l known throughout Western Ausirilu writes her opinion. NURSE ALICE WILKINSON, 21 :Ns Strut, Nti. Perth, tendi this lelter: . "J have spent many year.1 ; in ray profession as a nurse, both here and in Victoria. 1 have nursed the sick of all descriptions, and some ha\e been very low and weak. The question always arises in the mind of the nurse what is the best medicine for a patient when thoroughly run * down or to keep them from getting low and prostrated. From yearsof experience and close observation 1 can say 1 know of no medicine as good as clements TONIC as a nerve food and appetising medicine, creating a desire gives health and strength. (Signed) nurse wilkiksd:;." , No truer Utter was ever written to this one, proving the beahhf '1 pro; crt:-* ^ ;this remarkable medicine. IVherc the jjcrvpus system isshatteied through exhaustive fever, wasting iltne^, or brain tag, this w4-'" j cine property regenerates nerve power....

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A TRUTHFUL QUOTATION [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914

^ A TRUTHFUL QUOTATION !Tis a true saying you-can't toil "a book by its cover,/. Nor the value of boots in a flash window shop; ' V If for style and value in loot* wear you're a lover. One trial witl) H. Marshall and your patronage he's got. : Opposite Shepparton "News."

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CLOSER SETTLEMENT. COMMISSION APPOINTED. SCOPE OF THE INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914

CLOSER SETTLEMENT. COMMISSION APPOINTED. ; SCOPE OF THE INQUIRY. At the meeting of the State Executive Council on Tuesday, Messrs. J. G. Johnstone, M.L.A.: F. \V. Brawn, F. G. Clark? and R. B. Ilees. M.L.C.'s: and 11. An gus, J. Chatham. J. Garden. D. S. Oman, and \V. Plain. M.I..A."". were appointed a Royal iVninii-. sion to inquire into ami report upon (1) the working nf tin1 Clo ser Settlement Acts, in h<>tli ir rigable and non-irrigald- dis tricts, and more part ii-iiiarly upon the constitution, pnwpr?. and duties of the Closer settle ment Board; (2} tile >y»!.'in ..f administration which i.-. ami ha» been, prescribed for or adept-'i by the board: (3) the pnwor an-J mode of acquiring estates, an-1 the methods of valuation. i-r both purchasing and >ubdi\i-i onal purposes; ( i) tli« [ of settlers, the condition-of | tlement, including limiiati»n in area and value of land . Hi terms of payment, and ivstpx | live covenants as to r<v~i.l<-noe...

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SHEPPARTON MODEL BAND. RECENT CONCERTS. NUMURKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914

SHEPPARTON MODEL BAND. REGENT CONCERTS. NUMURKAH. On Wednesday last, members of the Shepparton Model • Band and some friends visited Nu murkah.. They played . several selections of, music, afteL their arrival by the midday train, and were served with afternoon tea on'the croquet ground by the la dies. At night, in conjunction with Shepparton friends, they gave a grann concert in the Me chanics hall, which was well attended. The following pro gramme was presented:— Part I: Band selection, "Flowers of Australia," Model band; overture Baldwin Commanding, Sheppar ton orchestra; song, Mona en cored, Mr. W. S. James; duet, musical sketch, "I want to be in Dixie," Mr. G. Long and Miss Gladys Webb; mandolin solo, "Cavatina," Mr. Frank Young: aong, "Adoration," Miss Ethel Broad: song, An Emblem, encore "The Waiter" Drum-major Mc Menamin; cornet solo, (orches tral accompaniment), Bandmas ter R. M'Caskill; duet (mandolin accompaniment), "The Mando lin," Miss Ethel Broad and Mrs. L. Mundy. Part...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 6 April 1914

SPE6IAL Easter Offering ! IN.... LADIES TAILORING. m | Smart Tailored Tweed Costumes, to caj nu. I. Measure (complete) ■ • ■ Nri- 3 Costum&iv ■ made' from FOX'S Navy . u* "* Serge. Value unsurpassed-^ ■ • o i 'O lu., j Finelndigo orBlack-Twill Serge Cos liU. i tumes, silk*Hned, equal to Tailor-mader "U' Perfect-fitting Guaranteed/in -all the above three numbers. AT J. P. McLennan's. Quality and Cheapness! • - • •••«*••• - • \ : The Race (or Cheapness J Is Expensive to the Wearer. v • : • ... There are: SUITS and SUITS;. I Factory-made SUITS that are cheap and strong, • but.after a few week's wear'are. quite shabby and • out of shape; and there is the HIGH-CLASS • TAILOR-MADE SUIT, with each garment . -• • cnpriollii i _ -i: - - n ' ' *'v uuiti, nuiuu iook wen aner 12 moniDs' wear. . . . . If you are after the latter M1TTON —;——Is Your Man J Wyndham Street- - Shepparton. Late David Wilson's Premises, Opp. Mechanics' Institute.

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SHEPPARTON SHIRE COUNCIL. REPORTS. Health Officer. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 April 1914

SHEPfAIITON SHIRE COUNCIL. ' REPORTS. ^•Health Oflloer. Dr M'Kenna, J.P.. reported:— The shire is atpresent free from any contagious or infectious, disease.,;Duringi last month had visited Pine Lodge where there was an outbreak of • diphtheria. Inspected the local State-school and found that it was clean and well-kept, but too. small for the number,of pupils attending. The water aupply;;was good, out at that-time the tank was getting lempy, the supply, of water being , noaly^exhavisled. Also:inspeded .a pvjyate house where a case of dipHtUeria :: (tnen in the Moo roopna Hospital); had occurred. The rphildren from that house were sent to school for the first timeisince theoutbroak on that dayuiTh.e parents were under the .impression that three weeks was the ^:timo t necessary to keep childcenvhome,from school .after a case had occurred. Told,them that •.it was necessary to keep tho:.Qhildren wIiq. had not con tracted diphtheria at home from-school for six weeks; those who "had .contr...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 April 1914

W1PPJH0. ■ :" \ j Lj^IE^HlOPGE. an.4; PMlty weeding was .celebrated , at , the YouanmitS'Methodist Church on Thursday of test weeTi, iihe con tracting -^parties being. Elsie, eldest daughter, of Gr and Mrs Hodge, of- "The- Homestead," Dunoulbalane^andNicholas J., eldest son-:of Mr-Win. and Mrs -.ItUkies.i "Eaversham," Katama tite. The-church had*been artis tically .decorated by . friends of the brides A> special .feature was an arch; decorated with white flowers from among which -was suspended, a wedding: bell, the inpnograms, '.'EiU:, M.L.," being [U8,ed . as a ttongue. A.horseshoes hung from the. tongue gave a de sirable finish .to ,the splendid ar ray. The bride was prettily, gowned, in crenie silk poplin, .with.train..-from the shoulder caught up with pearl trimmings. She wore the customary wreath I and veil and also the bride : groom's gift of a gold band ; and padlock bangle. The brides maids. Misses May Hodge and .Louie Lukies, were charmingly gowned, in white silk, tulle ...

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SHERPARTON FIRE BRIGADE. T. BLAND'S RESIGNATION, HANDSOME TROPHY FOR COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 April 1914

SHERPARTON ; FIRE; jBRlQADE: . T; BLAND'S RESIGNATION,., ! HANDSOME TROPHY-FOR COM PETITION: ; The monthly meeting- of tli.o, I Shepparton Fire " Brigade was. 'held at the Arc station on .Tues day evening. Therewas," a good attendance of members, ^ppara-, (UM-olli'cer Robertson, presided, in the absence7 of :C'aptaTn 'RunT die, from the early part of the proceedings.' Correspondence. ,, H. : : Mathieson. iapplied foi;, three months' leave of absence; as he was working out of the district. If leave of absence was , not possible he would be com-., polled to resign.—Leave granted. • -Resignations. T. Bland wrote to the elTect, that he had carefully considered his decision with regard to his resignation, but:as his business often"' took ~ hiin out of" the dis trict" for'weeks at a time and as he did not wish to stand in' the -wayi of youiigfer members he. saw no other course' but to re sign. lie "wished the brigade con tinued vr success.—Resignation., accepted with regret. Country Fire ...

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UNDERA PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 April 1914

UNDE^Ai.PROQRC8tfiASjSOOIA-i| A meeting of the Undera; Pro gress Association and Railway. League was held in the Undera' Hall on Saturday" evening last when there was a fair attendance The secretary read the minute's of the previous meeting.. Mr M: M'Namara reported that though he had not been able lo carry out the association's request, re interviewing Inspect ing-ofllcer Keating, who came to inspect the proposed route of the telephone line to . Undera North, he got as his substitute Mr D. Baker, who. with Mr T. O'Brien, the other•reprasenta tive, met Mr Keating at Undera and conveyed him over the track. Mr M'Namara had every assur ance that the linfe would be constructed, for he was led to understand-that.-a contract fox poles had already been made public.—The two representatives being unavoidably absent, Mr M'Namara was accorded thanks. Or E. Stewart furnished a re port on what the deputation,' consisting of the president, the secretary and Mr E. Davies did in Shepparton. He stat...

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SHEPPARTON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 April 1914

i'sHEPPAirfoN AGRICULTURAL; — SOCIETYi"' ' V- ' 'J The monthly meeting of the committee of the Shepparton Agricultural Society was held on Saturday afternoon at the sec retary's oflice. The -president (MiV-T; H. Roe) was in the chair, and there was a moderate atten dance of members. New Member's Acceptance of. Oflice. F. Gillingham, manager of the National Bank, accepted an ap pointment as a member of com mittee. and promised to render any assistance within his power to promote the interests of the .. society. Wm. Kellow, Cosgrovc, , wrote to a similar effect.—Re ceived. Donations. H. T. Lanyoh, manager Bank of Australasia, Shepparton, en closed cheque for £2 2/, being •hank's donation for year 1914 1915.—Received. Melbourne Woolbrokers' As sociation intimated that £2 2/ had been allocated in the sheep classes.—Received. Seymour Society's Show. D. M. Stewart, secretary, Sey mour A. and P. Society, stated that the next show would be held on Friday. October, 16.—Recei ved Duty on Supe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 April 1914

^PEeiHL i Easter Offering! IN.... LAOIESTfilLORlNG. % E! v. * Smart Tailored Tweed Costumes, to , l>0. I • j\\easure (complete) ■ • • 3"' No 1 Costume^,.made.Jromt FOXS Navy liu. o. Serge; Value unsurpassed ■ •' ol' 0 iu_ i Fine Indigo or Black Twill Serge Cos- , siTk-liqed,;equal to ^Tailor-made-"U' - Perfect-fitting Guaranteed in - all the above three numbers. ... AT J. McLerifiar^s. Quality and Cheapness! The Race for Cheapness Is Fxpensive to the Wearer. . There are SUITS and SUMS.. Factory-made SUITS that are cheap ami stroi:<(, hut after a few week's wear are quite shabby and cut oLshape; and there is the HIGH--GLASS TAILPR^ MLADE SUIT, with each garment specially built, which look we!' after 12 months*' wear. ..... If you are after the latter M1TTQ-N Is Your Man! Wyndham Street - Shepparton. Late David Wilson's Premises, Opp. Mechanics' Institute. DPftWINGBOOM SO,Tl Wonderful Suite Offer 7 Elegant, Pieces in, Rosewood - £1 Of 10/ A nirely-f uraished Drawingroora...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 April 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Anglican—Good Friday—St. Augustine Shepparton 8 o,m , Litany, }I. MatitiK, Ante-Communion and Sermoq; 7-30, Eve ning prayer and meditation. Easter Day St. Augustine, 7 and 8 am., H.p.; 11 Holy Eucharist and f'erinnn; f, Festival ! -Evensong and Sermon.—The Reclnr. Special Lentoti eelf-deuial offerings at each service. Miepparton Kast 3, HolyCom inunion and Sermon.—Kuv D. Sherris. Tallygaroopna 11, 7.30, St. Luke's; 8, St. John's.—Rev. A. G. Horner Methodist Shepparton 11, MrFurphy, 7,"*MFlralIing; Mooroopna 11a ni., Rev. Phillip?; 7, Mr Furphy. Tallygaroopna 7.30,Rev Phillips Caniumbo 2.30, Mr Wil liamson. Pino Lodge 3, Mr Baud, Tank Corner 11, Mr falling. Kiulla 11, Mr Williamson. Congupua 3, Mr Pulling. North Mooroopna 7, Mr Graham. Gra hamvale 3, Mr Grnhum Baptist—Shepparton 11; Mr Henry; Shepparton 7 ana Carramomus 2.30, Rev. J. W. Thomas Presbjteriun— Sheppartou Good Friday 11 a.m. Shepparton II, Pine Lodge3, Shepparton Estate 7.30—Ruv. Georgo Paul. Arcadia 11,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 April 1914

AUTUMN 19 1 A WINTER SlsiiliSiSSStfV;: ' "■'?' -• >' '■ ■ >•'■ ■ :' • - Special Window and Indoor Display on Friday Etfe. Jar. 20 | OPENING EXHIBIT | -♦ - i I . ' ■. ■ ■: "i. _■£ v , • SHOW DAYS: ! SATURDAY, L- - March 21st. MONDAY, March 23rd TUESDAY, March 24th It ia with Genuine Pleasure we invite you to our - Opening Display of the Latest and Newest for Autumn and .Winter . ^ \ " * v\ ' -- 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. ■ ■ GENTS' HATS. . AND OVERCOATS! Are TWO SPECIALS aT ^^NOW SHOWING WILSON & MORRIS, "MENS' CASH MERCERS," SHEPPARTON. ■m Something Worth Knowing 1 mwmm Large Reduction in Price of the World's Best Cycles. Now is your timu to got the Best CYCLE at'a LOW PRICK. The Genuine " MASSBY," fully equipped. ... £15 10s : The Everlasting " RED BIRD" „ £13 108 And all the ...

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Shepparion news Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings, THURSDAY, APRIL 9. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 April 1914

SDepparion Rews Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings, THURSDAY, APRIL 9. 'Members of Hie Shepparton Trailers'" ami Slorekoepurs' As sociation will close llicir Shops on (iooil Friday and Kaster Mon day; also, al noon on >Vednes day next. To-day High and State schools enter 011 their Easter holdays. Duties al the High School will foe resumed oil Wed nesday next. State-school chil dren have a whole week's holi day. Tho partnership has been dis solved existing between llobert lienry Fidler and Arthur Leslie Sanchlarids, as painters and paperhangers. , At 9 a.m.to-day (Holy Thurs. Jay) Mass was celebrated at St Brendan's' R.G. Church'" by the Very Rev Fther Hogan. fn the procession which followed over 100 girls dressed in white took part. The procession of the Blessed Sacrament started from the high altar, and proceeded lo the altar of repose,, which had been beautifully decoratcd for the ceremony by-lhe Altar So ciety and the Sisters. Special sermons will be preached to night and...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 April 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Turkeys;—Goblers. prime, 15/ to 20/; special higher; hens and poults, 5/ to 14/6: according to quality, -etc. Turkey chickens, from 3/ to 4/9. Prime fowls, fit for table or export, 4/ to 5/6; roosters, old, 2/6 to 3/6; chick ens. prime, 4/ to 5/; small. 1/6 to 3/3. Duoklinga, prime, 4/ to 5/6; extra prime, higher; small, 2/ to 2/9; old ducks, 2/ to 4/. Geese, 4/6 to 5/6. Guinea fowls, 4/. Pigeons 1/3 to 1/0. 'fcggs.—There was a marked scarcity of reliable eggs, for which there was a strong de mand, a result being that sel lers again advanced their quo tations, the rise on Inis occasion representing 2d per doz., on best lines. Ordinaries realised 1/1 nor doz., private collections, 1/5 to 1/6, and" guaranteed nowly laid, up to 1/8. Chilled and pre served had sales at 1/2. The popular annual tea meet ing and concert in connection with tfce Kialla Presbyterian Ghui-eh was held 'last night, but owing to pressure on our space we are reluotantly oompolled to bold over a ...

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SMOKE-NIGHT SOCIAL. A NIGHT OF HARMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 April 1914

I SMOKE-XIOHT SOCIAL. A NIGHT OF HARMONY. A .■"smoke night"-social, fol ; lowing" the raco meeting1 was iielil last night at Maltby's Shop partou Hotel. Mi- A. Biggar, jun., president of the Picnic Hace Ulub, presided, and about sixty gentlemen were present. I lie chairman proposed "The King," which was received with musical honors. -The chairman called 011,Mr S. Whitehead to propose the ilrst iuast, that of the winners.- Mr Whitehead expatiated on the close linishes and the fact that Most of' the winners were pre sent. Responses were made- by 1 In: winners present Mr W. C. Abernethy proposed ihe toast of The Visitors in feli citous terms. The lirst to reply (having to catch his train) was Air. A. MT3. M'Glelland. Then followed Messrs. Arthur Patter son: Win. A. Harl, John Stubbs and others. The Picnic Hace Club was proposed by Mr J. Stubbs and responded -to by the eliair %uan. '1'he president proposed the Health of Mr 15. Miller, who is about to leave the district. He referred to I...

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FREE LIBRARY TROUBLES PRESIDENT CONSULTS SOLICITOR. HIS ACTION QUESTIONED. GIRDS AT OBJECTORS. THREATENED RESIGNATION. VOTE OF CONFIDENCE CARRIED. LATE SECRETARY OFFERS PARTIAL RESTITUTION. MONEY DECLINED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 April 1914

FREE LIBRARY TROUBLES PRESIDENT CONSULTS SOLI GITOR. HIS ACTION QUESTIONED. GIRDS AT OBJECTORS. THREATENED RESIGNATION. VOTE OF CONFIDENCE . CARRIED. ; " LATE SECRETARY OFFERS PARTIAL RESTITUTION. v MONEY DECLINED.' Tuesday night's meeting, of the committee" of th0 Shcppai ton Free Library and Working Men's ; Club was more than usually , interesting. • As a rule members • compliment themsel ves on meeting punctually, a rapid, dispatch of business ttod so it has been proved), and an rapid ffor corrective purposes, early . adjournment. The- re verse.was the'case at last meet ing.. Proceedings were strung out to an inordinate -length, chiefly due to the want of pro per handling. on the part of the chairman. :.;V . . After; the ordinary business had been disposed of the presi dent; referring. to the action of the annual meeting, ill connec tion ;\vith the ..late secretary,' (Bowdeu), stated he had 'lnade it-ihis.business to. interview Mr Abe'rnethy to whoni he had1 put two .questions. :...

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SHEPPARTON DISTRICT IRRIGATORS! ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 April 1914

SHEPPARTON DISTRICT IRRI GATORS! ASSOCIATION. A meeting of tlio above was hold at tlie firahamvalo State school last uight, the president being in the chair. A communication was received from Mr Callister, oflcring to give an illustrated leoture on manures ami soils at any meet ing of (ho association.—It was resolved that MrCallister'a offer ]>e thankfully ac cepted; and that he be asked to leoture at au onrly date—within a fortnight, if pas ^Rtblo, otthe High School. v . .4. . report Vtts presented by ttfo commit too appointed to raise funds to assist Mr Colliinder. . Over £"26 "was raised for this purposo, which wos oonsidored satisfac tory. It was decided to start re-building operations as soon as possible Tho question arose re the forthcoming visit to. tho district by the Royal Com mission lately appointed by the Uovern mont to investigate closer settlement mat ters and it was deoided to get paiticulars from the scerotarj' of tho Commission as to the'probable date of the ...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 April 1914

BOWLS. Tin- IS'umurkah club has >yon llin premiership ol' the Jyorthern Goylburn Valley Association. NVunghnq forfuitt!|1 the match I hat was to have bepn jilayed. Numurkah was beaton once only during tho season, Shepparton easily accounted for Nathalia in the final match for the season. The scores w'ere: Sheppartoii (64). Whitehead's team .. .. 35 Sandy's team.. • • • • 29 Nathalia (38). Duncan and Co • • • • O'Brien and Go. .. ; 24 14

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