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THE HEALTH OF OUR WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 1 June 1914

THE HEALTH OF OUR WOMEN. Ladies will be pleased to learn that at the speoial request of their many patients, the "Namura" Health Co., Melbourne, have arranged for their highly qualified lady representative to further prolong her stay at Shep garton until 4th June. She may Sconsulted at the Court House Hotel, Shepparton,'daily from 2 to 5.80 pem. No charge whatever will be made for consultation, or advice. Ladies whose health is causing them any anxiety are strongly advised to consult her and learn how good health may be restored to them by means of the won derful "Natura" Home Treatment, that hasee cured so many thoueands of women and girls, For the convenience of patients and others a full supply of all medicines will be carried. .Ladies in tending to call on the company's repre sentative should not mbiss this arther WCrtuupij.

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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FARMERS' TRAINS. TICKETS FOR FAMILIES AS WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 1 June 1914

: FA RMERS' TRAINS. Ti;:-IC'KETS FDR FAMILIES AS WELL. Tie: average farmer baa not much time to spend in holiday making F?arming is becoming more strenuous.every year. Conm petition is keener, and to kasp pace with the altered conditions closer attention than formerly is esseitial. It is becoming generally recognised, however (says thei "Argu'"), that an annual respite from the cares of his calling is as necessary to the man on the land as to those engaged in a profession or t business. Consequent on the :succtssion of favorable seasons, most of them are able at certain seasone:f the year to go away for a few weeks furlough. Like the Lonion 'bus-driver, who spends his holiday riding on omnibuses p - tPhgin the city, the majority of farmers prefer to spend theirs tiavelling round the country. In this respect they differ from the city worker, who, when his leave is due, taikes the earliest oppor tunity of getting away from un familiar surroundings. A number -of more prosperous farmers...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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HOUSEBREAKING SENSATION. MR W. TREWIN'S RESIDENCE RANSACKED. SMART CAPTURE OF FOUR YOUNG MEN. A YOUNG LADY'S FAITHFUL DESCRIPTION. ALL THE PROPERTY RECOVERED [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 1 June 1914

HOUSEBREAKING SENSA. TION. MR W. TRERWIN'S RESIDENCE RANSACKED. SMIART CAPTURE OF FOUR YOUNG MEN. A YOUNG LADY'S FAITHFUL DESCROBIPTION. fALL THE PROPERTY RECOVERED . One of the smartest oaptures known in the -distriot was rffeo'od yea.s terday, when Fenior-constable W J Oprry (in charge of Shepparton police), and Constable VernonThoma; arrested four young men for having broken into the residence of Mr W Trewin, two and a half miles out of Tallygaroopna. The information of the crime was re seived at the police station on Saturday at 8 p.m., Mr Trewin having telephoned rom Talljgaroopna. It was too late then to go in search of the offenders, ot Senior-constable Corry felt that he would be able to pick up with the houseo reaekers on the followine Anv. 'hF. s atement made to him was that at 2-80 p.m. on Saturday, Mr and Mrs William Trewin left their residence to witnese a football match. On their return at 6 P.m., they found that the place had been ransacked; drawers and boxes had been...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 1 June 1914

Ygma TOBFC ,:. Sold in 2 oz. and 4 oz. (actual weight) e PluEga, or in Cut Double-flake, packed in dainty Silvered 2 o@. Tinj . f A joy for eer) - . WELL,,KNO© WN VI CTOR AN NURSES TESTIFY -TO S -- - ?u " KTOTB NIC Letter received from Nurse Catherine Kortiog, 176 Davisriteet, North Brunaovsick, 29/3/12, in which she claims Clements Tonic restored her daughtet Sto health. Read each word: C..EWIr:NTS TONIC LTD., " "I am writing of the great good Clements Tonic : did my daughter. Early in January last year, she was operited upon in hospital for appendicitis. She was eight weeks there, and came home very weak and run Sdown. I purchased several bottles of Clements Tonic to give her a course. IT soon strengthened her nerves, and she was as well as I could wish her before long. It is.fourteen years ago that I first used Clements Tonic, and in my profession as a nurse I have recommended that medicine times out of number. I have seen people re sitored to health and strength, aind BLESS THE ...

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DOOKIE COLLEGE BALL. A BRILLIANT FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 1 June 1914

DOOKIE COLLEGE BALL. A BRILLIANT FUNCTION. With floor in splendid condition, the music supplied by the Benalla Orehestra quite up to the mark, and a sumptuous supper, the close on hundred couples thoroughly enjoyed themselves on Friday evening at the annual ball given by the Principal (Mr Hugh Pye), the members of stalff and the students of Dookie Agricultural College. The biag hall was beautifully decorated. The frames of numerous umbrellas remained suspended from the ceiling, and dis playing paper flowers in white and pink; the gaealiers were similarly covered over; end various other devices were adopted to-add to the attractions of the spectacle. Eighteen dances were on the programme, ten extras followed; after the ninth dance a flashlight 'photograph was taken of the scene, for one of the Melbourneo weeklies; and then there was an adjournment to the supper room, where there was ample accommodation for everybody. A second flashlight photograph was taken of the scene in the esuppe...

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R.C. FEDERATION AND EDUCATION. REV JOSEPH NICHOLSON IN REPLY. (To the Editor of "The Advertiser.") [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 1 June 1914

R.C. FEDERATION AND EDUCATION. REV JOSEPH NIOHOLSON IN REPLY. (To the Editor of "The Advertiser.") Sm.--Several copies of your paper, containing a report of an address on "Education " by MIr F E O'Connell, president of the Catholic Federation, have been forwarded to me, with a re. quest for me to reply. Absence from home has precluded an earlier reply. The cardinal defect in MIr O'Connell's speech is the assumption of an air of "grievance " against the State and non. Catholics, for placing Roman Catholics under certain unrighteous disabilities, when the situation has been created by the Roman Catholic Church itself, and not by the State, The State has con sistently insisted on treating all Churches alike, and refuses to differentiate be. tween denominations. But the Roman Catholic Church begins by assuming it has the right to separate itself from the rest of the community educationally that it may indoctrinate its children with the root idea, that they belong to the only true Church...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 1 June 1914

A TRUTHFUL QUATATION. 'Tie not always the elaborate caseket that holds the mnost precious jewel Nor the stylishly fitted wi'dow that holds the best boots as a rule, If you're hunting for quality and value in boots with wearing power Give H Marshal of H'gh.street a trial and satisfaction will be your dower. Opposite Shepparton N.ws. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, d. - For Ooughe adu Qolds, uever fail? 1[?. BOROSE8 LIQUIDIFACE POWDER In these days of out-door life motoring, golfing, boating etc.,-a eiable and harmless liquid powder is one of the necessities of life. SOROSES LIQUID FACE POWDER is found by expierts 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 2s6d. Obtainable at all Chemists and 5toreo, ' For Bronchial Cooighs, take Woods' Great Peppermint lure, Is Gd 4'· Siler tar For...

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MOTOR CYCLISTS AT THE WEIR. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 1 June 1914

MOOTOR CYOLISTS AT THE WEIR. A splendid run all the way weeas made by ten members of the Shepparton and Goulburn Valley Motor Cyclists' Club yesterday to the Goulburn Weir. The start took place at 10.d0 a.m.; the weir wvas rseched by noon; then a fire wasee made, and the tourists having warmed themselves, partook of lunch, prior to an inspection of the lccaliiy and neighborhood. The return home weeas commenced at 3.30 p.m., and Shoppar. ton weas reached at 5 o'clock.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 1 June 1914

:§i -Sales at Shepparton Corporation Yards. CATTLE ... JI.E 9 8BEXKP...........JUNE 2 PIGS ...... ... U 15 SALE FIXTURES FOR JUNE. T2:.i.y, Jz.? 2 Thpuin ye-yp _ee Monday, Ju~ E Eheppsrton esirk css T*ra sy J=e 1U Traralgon Annual Sheep Sales Friday, 5th June, On arrival mid-day train from Meltourne. A MLEAN & CO. will sell at Sthir yards. upwards 10,0~O grand xbred She-p, including up - wards 5(_O' splendid cretbred breeding ewee, well in lamb, and in lots to asuit all clas=es of buyers. 3090 mixed crosebred young sheep of all ciass, aio cro--breI wethers and weaners. Trucking arranged. Drovers in attendance. WATTS, TURN~ULL & CO.'S SALES: nOOzIE, Monday, June 15th. And every Fourth Mondsy after wards. Entri~e invited. YABBA NORTH, Monday, July 27 And every Fourth Monday after wards Entries invited. CANIAMB0, Wednesday, June 17th Oheap Land CAN BE BOUGiHT AT -ew South Wales. 25 inch Rainfall. Average Rainfall for growing period, I4.I6 inches. Freight on wheat to SYD...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 1 June 1914

MILLER STORES. SHEPPARTO .N 7ND W INTER SPECIALS: MEN'S TWEED CHESTERS MEN'S TWEED CHESTERS MEN'S TWEED CHESTERS AT The Miller Stores MEN'S SUITS TO MEASURE MEN'S SUITS TO MEASURE MEN'S SUITS TO MEABURE aI 35s, Ar AT SUIT CASES, for'tCgelll? ?[.' The Miller Stores Men's Navy OVERCOATS Men's Navy OVEROOATS Men's Navy OVERCOATS * AT The Miller Stores Gent Velour HATS, latest styleOs 6d Gent's Velour HATS, latest style Gents' Velour HATS, latest style 10s d AT The Miller Stores Boy's Navy Serge College Caps each Boy's Navy Serge College Caps Boy's Navy Serge College Caps AT The Miller Stores Boy's Navy Serge Norfolk Suits d Boy's Navy Serge Norfolk Suits Boy's Navy Serge Norfolk Suits * AT The Miller Stores Boy's Strong Tweed Kniclters s Boy's Strong Sweed Knickers Boy's Strong Tweed Knickers 6. AT The Miller Stores Youth's High Schbol Boots Youth's High School Boots Youth a High School Boota ~ 61 AT The Miller Stores Iadies' lack Oxford Shoe s d Ladies' Black Oxford Shoes L1adies' Bla...

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UNDER THE CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 1 June 1914

NCSDEKP THE CLOCK. forS:E P --Fi~rav('v TPeint, BER=ney Fie CG..ln: F.::tina Fix. ;e.. DviLe L:ve a=i V-tr (yv PantOr B-sia:l. Shepperom~ Fearball Club, "rEghty Englad," BraiTy-L B32:ast Ete~ S=erTuo"s To "s BA.-a well a;tenid "-·-.=g o. t , ~Ia&y -:pnorters -f =" - *-w'Beadwa held on kriday af:e .: n s: nhe i? h?ni . -ITiturte, ±LG Bsiey (wh3 w- in -- chair). Szhine5 "hn abiser or So gs:haring. Ta± 0a1 had dai-:d to pa---hi" (not '.,3f" as.. ', o.g Zepnor'), a nec aa cc" -r~~ i- Q r3n. nil. -set of unifo.?? to eat £!?0, The olS ---":-= .'d b--- in u= OV-- 11 year:, and w--re nor worn o0. Thii bing h *T wnBa", ntay th:'b: that the me"ers of it .houl be properly eOnDi-'-. I w&.e s-a ,a in "irn ii the be~d to cometi2 at ns:: Bjllnrd Case-i~-~ S::z~e :i -he a-i- hBi shg sZte1 s oois, h-e'n th meating. iThe bjr ims_- sni hima e-lf h been promissi Ejjk to te T. oi £20. "-: G:-o are '.ei an.d ."a N Barker -=-onie3, "?'Thi a brii : b- h-li" ±ata woi~ -s~r-rji3-- *. AaOathnr...

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THE FARMER AND THE EXPERT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 1 June 1914

THE FARHER AND THE EXPERT. THERE is not to-day a shadow of doubt as to the neceesitv of suitr ably training the farmer, as well as the engineer, the physician or the teacher. Among the younger generation of farmers there are many graduates of schools of agri culture, who are not only putting in practice improved methods of farming, but are helping to solve the agricultural problems of the nation. Many have their own farms; some are fruitgrowing, others dairying and general farm ing, and, as a rule, reports show that they are mostly doing welL The education of men for life in the country involves more than the making of scientific farmers and good busines men; their training should be such as will fit them for a life of usefulness in a rural environment. An education which unfi men and women to lire the life allotted to them is a mifortune, but the education which provides the training neces sary for an exi-tence of healthful n-, unsefulness and progress is a prcielss possession. Agt...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 1 June 1914

GOLF, The bankers had a oontest botween themselves on the old links on Saturday afternoon-the National, Auetralasia and Savings banks being ranged against the Union, Victoria and UCmmersial banks, the former triple combination winning by 8 aces to 4. Scores: Union, Vie., Nat., 'Asia, and and Com. Savings H.A. H.A. Harvey 3 1 Lanyon 0 0 Whitehead 1 1 Gillingham 0 0 Rodger 0 0 Irvine 11 5 Bayliss 0 0 N Sandy 2 1 Daniels 0 0 Nicholeon 2. 1 Daunt 4 2 Aurisch 0 0 Robertson Eq Shawe Eq. Thomas 0 0 Quinn 5 3 Total 8 4 Total 20 8

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OLYMPIA. FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 1 June 1914

OLYMPIA. - FOOTBALL NOTES. BY "HALF-BACK," A Narrow Majority Of two points Gave Shopparton the victory Over Tatura last Wednesday. But, despite the fact that much excitement prevailed during the last five minutes, it cannot be said that the game was one of good football in a general sense, Tatura'e supporters were very pleased ac the showing of their players, while on tie other hand Shepporton did not give to an outsider the idea that they were the team so highly spoken of. Thie play was very congested, and to call it an open game would be mis leading, Only on rare occasionub was any gouod systematic passing shown, and even then, though it gave a pleasing aspect to a minotonous game, the passes were too short to have any appreciablo efflleot. It would be well for thbo Gonlburn Valley Football League to firmly insist that the home team, in every instance, should have the kick-off line drawn "distinctly in white." Rule 7. of the V.F.L, clearly demands this, for therein it says :-" . ....

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DISTINGUISHED VISITOR AT SHEPPARTON. UNDER SECRETARY FOR THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 1 June 1914

DISTINGUISHED VISITOR AT SHEPPARTON. UNDER SEOCRETARY FOR THE COLONIES. Sir Hartmann Jost, Under Secretary of State for the Colonies, was in Shep. parton yesterday. Driven yesterday morning in a motor from Yanco, N.8.Wm, to Tozumwal, he was mot in another motor at the latter township by Mr J 8 Dothridgo, Victorian Water Commis. eionor,and Mr W F Novill, B.0 E,(Bhep. parton district engineer, Water Commis sion. The border was then crossed in good time, the party arriving at Shep parton shortly before 1 p.m yesterday, when lunchoon was partalten of at the Victoria Hotel. An hour later a visit was paid to the Oloser Settlement, a considerable exotent of which was'inspected b3.Sir lartmann Just. He was much interested in the irrigation system adopted there, and expressed himself as greatly pleased with it. Indeed, he was much struck with the progress made in so short a time; and had no doubt that while there was a great futre-o in store for this distrio., irrigation was going to do mar ...

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GOWANGARDIE. ABSENCE OF RAIN—AND THE CROPS. JOHN CHINAMAN SELLS OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 1 June 1914

GOWANGARDIE. ABSENCE OF RAIN-AND THE CROPS. JOHN CHINAMAN BELLS OUT. jFrom Our Own Correspondent]. The absence of a heavy fall of rain is having a bad effect on sheep, chiefly ewee and lambs. Gras ils poor in most paddocks; and as it.is late in the year, cannob 'bo expected to be good this winter. The putting in of orop is just completed. There is.more fallow and less stubble ground sown than formerly, and the object of being finished in May is being carried out on most farms. In the northoeast corner of Gowan gardie is a Chinese market gardener who has carted vegetables round for about 80 years. Through the weirs on the Broken River sending the water out north, the river is often nearly dry, and no water is available for John's garden In the hottest peart of the year. But, now, he has lost heart end sold the piace. . -In looking over the College land on the south side of the river, it seems evi. dent that some of it could be erwn with locerne and irrigated, However, nothing is done...

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LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 1 June 1914

LOCAL PRODUCEO MARKET. Butoter (selling) lld, Is Eggs (giving) is 4.d ' Cheese (soiling), 10d, Is Bacon ,, lid, is Ham ,, is laid Wheal (giving) 83 7d Potatoes ,, 83 Onions ,, 9s Bran ,, is 2d bus. Chaff (selling) £8 5s Floor ,, 15s Pollard ,, Is 41 Calfskins (giving) 5d to 61 lb Bsheepskins ,, 4& to 561 b Hidtes ., 4d 6d lb

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 1 June 1914

PERSONAL. Dr J M'Kenna became rather snd denly seriously ill on Friday,'and was attended to by DrI Florence, Welch man and Greutzher, The opinion formed at the time was that the syRmp. toms were those of appendicitis; but the doctor's numerous friends were glad on Saturday to poe him about again; and to-day he was looking as well as ever. Mr J R Cosgrove, ledgerkeopor at the Commeroial Bank, Shepparton branoh, leaves for need oflice tomorrow (Tuesday), to be placed on relieving duty. His successor at Shepparton is Mr G R Stookbfield, Mir Eric Fairey, who has boon " Be. hemianising" as a journalist over a great part of Australia, leaves Sheppar ton to-morrow (Tuesday), for his home at Adelaide. He has been writing a series of short stories, sketches and verses for various papers, chiefly Sydney ones; and during his several months' residence in this town and neighborhood (a good portion of his time being spent in acquiring farm experience on the Closer Settlement), several of his con ...

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ALLEN DOONE SEASON. "A ROMANCE IN IRELAND." [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 1 June 1914

ALLEN DOONE SEASON. " BROMANCE IN IRELAND." Mr Allen Doone, the renowned Irish singing comedian, id to pay Shepparton a visit for one night only, on Friday next, June 6th, when he will stage his famous musical comedy drama, "A RI muance in Ireland." It is said to be the finest Irish drams of to-day. As a pic ture of Ireland it hoas never been equalled. It is a beautiful story-one of those that claims the attention all the while, as it sweeps along with the speed of an express train. Like clear pools, "A Romance in Iroland,"-refleots tile nature of the Irish; its enjoyable love story, and brisk oharacterisation con ficm its claim to be the brightest musical comedy drama now being played in any part of the world. Mr Allen Doone's voice has been charming Sydney audi. ences for the past six weeks, and he will sing on next Friday night, "A Toast to Erin," "In a Low-backed Car," and " Where My Dear Mother Lies." "A Romance in Ireland" has been played by Mr Doone over one thousand four hun...

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WEDDING BELLS. GREEN—STEWART. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 1 June 1914

WAEDDING BELLS. GREEN-STEWART. A.quiet but.pre:ty wedding was celo. brated at Corop on Wednesday, May 27th, ihe contracting parties being Mr E A Green (only son. of Cr E 8 Green, of "Aldinga," Shepparton) and Miss Annie Hare (second eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs A Stewart, Sand Hills, Corop). The Roy Mr Richardson, of Rushworth, performed the eoremony. The brides maids were Miss Z L Green and Miss M Green (sisters of the bridegroom) and Miss E Forster, of Kyneton (cousin of brido). The bridegroom was attended by Mr H Stowart as best man; Mr R Metcalf and Mr F Stewart as grcoms. men. The bride looked charmine in n dress of ivory chiffon messaline. The skirt had a handsome tunic of silk em. broidered lace, which was prettily draped to the left side; the bodice beinog made fichbu style; was finished with pearl trimmings, The train looked beautiful with its lining of Maltose lace ; and the customary wreath and veil were worn. She carried a bouquet of white roses and smilax. Miss Forster...

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