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WORKERS COMPENSATION ACT 1914. THE ACT EXPLAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 20 April 1914

WQBKRIWk.'fiOMMNiATION • *i AOTi181«r . i; THE AG!£ • EXPLAINED. The tfolltiwing is the'address given by. Mr A. 'L. HiarWood, man ager Jor'Victoria of the Em ^royers'-'Liabilitjr-Assurance Co., Ltd., at the meeting of the Yabba Farmers1 Union'' a»d. Agency As sociation Ltd.-,'"at;-" the Yabba North schoolroom on Saturday, 4th April, <1914. There! was" a large and-representative gather_: ing, and the president of the union, Mr J. Ryan,-occupied the chair. Mr Harwood said: Before touching on the subject of the' evening I-would like to preface my remarks by declaring that any statements made or views expressed by 1110 are puroly non party and non-political, and are intended merely as friendly com munication from the Employers' Liability-Asurance Go-operation Ltd., to--the members of various farmers' unions and- general public as a guide to the liabili ty for. which-employers will be responsible- under the Workers' Compensation Act 1914, if and when the Act is declared in op ...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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THE LUCERNE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 20 April 1914

TjHEj LUOERNE MARKET. ; - Under date, April. 8,< H. S.\k. ' Ward, ' formerly trading-; as , Glover,c;Onians and: Co., writes,:'i The position of;thes lucerne mar- .; ket nas been so unsatisfactory during the last two months that, 1 decided to cease the -daily"* quotations to the "Argus." Dur ing January and February, the market was fairly active, and best lucerne chaff was clearing at £5 per ton, and hay at £4, j ex Melbourne rails. Large quan- i lilies of. indifferent grades came ; forward on the. market during ; .'larch,. and, in order to dear and save storage expenses here, the , indifferent grades of lucerne chaff wass'old from £3/10 to £4 ; per ton, occasionally up to £4 5/, and hay from £3 to £3 10/. The general feeders found that the cheaper grades of lucerne were 'Suiting their, requirements, and the demand for choice qualities : ■languished accordingly, until the j values of best lots eased back i .about the middle, of March from £4/10 to £4/15, and hay to £3/15 ...

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NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 20 April 1914

NEW INSOLVENT. Charles Judson Dobinson, of Mooroopna, hotelkeeper. Liabi lities. £GS2 10/; assets; £2G. De ficiency, £656/10/. Causes of in solvency: Failing off in business, pressure of creditors'-aiUl"'sick ness in family. Filed at Echuca. It is stated to be the, intention, of the Crown Law authorities to • have the Benalla court. . house lighted with gas. Possibly, at some remote date, the Sheppar ton Court House may be sinii larly endowed, but the boon will, not'be obtained without agita tion. flans JrvLne's Australian wines, both siill ami sparkling, have re ceived the Mall Mark of Royal ap proval in addition ro ' the'' many awards gained in "all parts . of the world. Hans Irvine's Pure ' Grape Brandy is distilled under Govern ment supervision, and is oiie or the best, of its kind in the market. Obtainable from irvine and Co.; Uollins-street, Mell.ourne, or T. Guthrie and Co.. local airv:t»

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CONCERNING PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 20 April 1914

CONCERNING PEOPLE r The members of the Methodist Church of Echuca and district, mi Wednesday night, extended to their newly appointed minister, i.he Rev. \V. A. Millikan, a most hearty welcome; • Tho Sundav school hall was well lilled with church adherents and visitors, including the Revs'. B. T. Bun tiue, T-. Nichols andW. \V. Davey An apology Cor unavoidable ab sence from Rev J. G. Herring was announced by the chairman," Mr. K. Berryiuan. Messrs. .I. J. Cun ningham, \V. G. Boyle and Pliilp, together wiUi the ministers of other denominations present, joined in a hearty welcome to Mr. Millikan, who made a very -uitable reply. Mr William Black, of the Ed ucation department, Burrtley, has been appointed a permanent olllcer "t" control the registra tion of volers, the cleansing of flic rolls, and I lie conduct of • •lections" in the Echuca Federal division. The death took place at his residence, Wahring. 011 April 3, of Mr J. P. Morrissy, aged 81 years. The deceased gentleman who was t...

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LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. MOOROOPNA PRESBYTERLAN. CHURCH. THE COMING SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 20 April 1914

LITERARY AND DEBATING v SOCIETY. ■ MOOROOPIfA- * PRESBYTERIAN ?J : i'CHURCH.. vj THE COMING SESSION; The annual meeting of the. Mooroopna Literary and Debat- I ing Society was held on Wed-• nesday night in the local Presby- I terian Church. There was a fair attendance; though many mem- | bers were absent on- account of ! the holidays. 'The. Rev H. E. O'Suilivan (president) occupied ' the chair. - The chairman, while he re gretted the non-attendance of some members,, expressed sat- ' iafaction at seeing'so many new faces. It was the third season.! and successful as.previous years had b<ven, he felt co.ntident that-f the programme, which had been drawn up by'the committee was . quite-equal to and-probably sur- ! passed those of other years. ' The election of o'flicers result ed as follows:—President, Itev. ■ H. E. O'Suilivan; secretary, Mr. i Alex. Stevens; assistant secre tary, Miss Friend' (subject to her consent); committee, ■: Mrs M'Keen, Misses Down, M'Nidder, aiij Mes...

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A DISTRICT FRUITGROWER'S OPERATIONS. WHAT MR. C. J. NASH IS DOING. A REPRODUCTIVE ORCHARD. INTRODUCING A NEW FRUTT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 20 April 1914

» d'stTpIr"ZIB0M'er'! WUVL' MR. U. J. NASH IS'. DOING. .7:;.V A MSPHODUCTIVE OUGJIAllD. ;.\TI{ODUCl.Nti A XENV .1<MU71T. \llur listening patiently.tothe tiuiilHs and fears expressed rc •-•irding the possible success of "ivhanlists on the Shepparton I staii-K, it is refreshing to hear iii(. (!• timistie views of one who i'iH proved himself a successful '■vis iniist. and who hasessiayed i'cislc of forming-a new home .:hi.pparton No. 2 Estate. Mr. V;i.-h lias a well-established at jNalinga, on the Bro llivi'r. With previous exper ,1 .-i- at Mildura lie began oper •. -is art the Broken river v. r somewhat adverse .! .jlioiis. There was' no ■ lilii'ii, and he had to supply .. v.ii plant for the purpose of ng water for irrigating p, A ft or soin<! years of I graft his orchard has' the productive stage v.;: assured income. • i'iyshini," Hie name under v.,': us orclinrd has already . ■>* ;= great reputation,' the ,i\- :• M is already got through ;. .; ol stemming an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 20 April 1914

SATISFACTION IN OLOTHE8 YOU GET IT HERE AT WARDROP'S Premier Tailoring Establish ment SUITS full of oharaoter; suits that mark the wearer as a man most particular in matters of dress, suoh are WARDROP'S TAILORED SUITS. Our Representative' (Mr. Syd. Thomas) visits thiB district every two months. ^WARDROP^ The Quality SMIItt ST.. GPLjL.mfi3SLQQB, n 01 t 'AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS NOW SHOWING The House for Good VaSue^Shepparton CENTS' HATS . . AND OVERCOATS! Are TWO SPECIALS _^^NOW SHOWING WILS0N & MORRIS, "MENS' CASH MERCERS," SHEPPARTON. -INSPECTION INVITED. Something Worth Knowing! mbob Large Reduction in Price of the World's Best Cycles.. NOW is your time to gut the Best CYCLE at a LOW i'KICE. The Genuine " MASSEY," fully equipped ... £15 10s The Everlasting " RED B1R1)'' „ „ 4SI3 IOs And nil the other makes of the reputable firm REDUCED likewise. YOUR OLD MACHINE taken m part p.iyniuut. Second-hand CYCLES iu plenty to choose from. REPAIRS to all make of Cycles. A Iiir^e stoc...

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STINKWORT IN CONGUPNA.gupna. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 20 April 1914

stinkwort in congupna. TO THE EDITOR Sir,—Allow ni." space lo draw- Vi your attention lo the (jiiiuplainl. made by Mr. 11. Phillips re the stinkwort in my paddorkat: the - last meeting m I he .. i Shire Council. I understand:J. s be informed inspector Druip-; v mond about the weed ifo£r-MO]r \ V five weeks previous to .jLhcfVlMt' ■i yojre council mooting and^sta^ . : ted the same hail been neither cut nor pulli.nl. I wish to con tradict his complaint in that re- ! ' spect. The inspector scroti '11, notice on I In; 21HI1" I'Vdiruary. .to. destroy the weed. I set towork I immediatrly, ami the inspector Visited tijn padrinck' on March I I- r\,and ''xprussed himself as| • ^11 sati^iir,] with whul. I had j , done to keep the weed urii.lor U; control. As Mr. Phillips'takes , such a keen interest in our (lis-. * wict, I would like lo know tbc {eason why he did not-soc that tne weed was not destroyed when it appeared seven or eight Jears ago. fwfoiv it got Loo.w'ide %ead. ] would like to:ad...

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DOOKIE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ANNUAL MEETING. ELECTION OF OFFICE BEARERS. RAILWAY EXTENSION. DOOKIE—DEVENISH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 20 April 1914

DOOKIE AGRICULTURAL I SOCIETY. ; ANNUAL MEETING. ELECTION OF OFFICE BEARERS. RAILWAY EXTENSION. DO OKIE—DEVENISH LINE. Ihe 37th annual meoting of the Dookie Agricultural and Pas toral Society was held on Satur day night, April 11, at the Dookie Hotel, when there was the larg est representative attendance of numbers present lor many years ihe retiring president (Mr A. M'Partland) occupied the chair prior to the election of oilicers lor the ensuing year. There were also present the following mein' bers: Messrs VV. Shiels, M. P. Iroy, P. W. Ryan, Jack, II. Pyo, Jer. Moylan, M. M'Namara, VV. Borwick, R. Biggar, P. Quinn, w. ^amme, G. Dowling, p. Dowling, P. Lamrock, D. M'Lean, J. Barzen, L. Harknesa, R. R. Magennis, M. Smyth, \V. Noble, S. Johns, L. M'Lellan, W. Ballen line, G. T. Sach,-J. Smith and the secretary (Mr G. \V. Rowlands). - The election of oilice bearers way then proceeded with and Mr Jas. Lamrock was unanimously elected to the position of pre sident. Mr A. M'Partland, in v...

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TATURA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 20 April 1914

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FRIENDLY ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 20 April 1914

FRIENDLY ADVICE. Now that sales are the order of the day, When in want of boots t» H. Marshall's oome .without de - lay; - " After a visit of inspection I am certain you'll say, For quality'and. value to deal ' there wil pay. ' Opposite Shepparto'n "News."

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 20 April 1914

I- . TKXNIS. oii'wnV1'^ 'ptch.js lo be played ^ndci-i1• es<^ay>|iextM)e(iwecn Die cluhV u'V."1 Xoi{h Mooroopna rePiiM'i!111! lu,un'5 aiu ^ 13 c well "Or I,. ed a"'j «acli lb cmiccU flne out on- lop. Given sl'onld ,;.y,'1'il u 1)loabai't' 0l4Lin°

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AMUSEMENTS. ZILLAH HARRISON ENTERTAINERS. RETURN TO SHEPPARTON. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 20 April 1914

AMUSEMENTS. . ZILLAH JIAHIUSON EN'iU3R- J TAINEHS. . i(, RETURN. TO SUEPPARTON. ! Tho Zillah Harrison entertai ners, who aro to re-appear in the Star Theatre, Shepparton, on Thursday vyght next, April 23, should need no further recom mendation to ensure a big house than the reputation earned by them whtMi last here. Rarely has such a refined and versatile coterie of talent toured the coun try. Every member of the com pany is a true artist and every feature of the entertainment is stamped with the hall mark of refinement. Miss Zillah Harri son is a soprano, possessed of a voioeof exceptionally rare qua lity, and a graceful stage pre sence, devoid of any sign of af fectation. Mr. Reg. Hastings is a comedian who never verges on coarseness or suggestiveness yet is able to amuse nis audience to the fullest extent. Novelty abounds in the programme, tho I whole of which is a credit to any, management, and a delightful treat to any audience. The box olan is at Mrs. Donaldson's; no extra cha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 20 April 1914

SALES AT SHEPPARTON 00 R PCSATIOS YARDS. ■ CAT i Hi ... APRIL 28 • P! iS ... . ... APRIL 20 SHKEP ... ... APRIL 21 AUOTIGN SALES TO COME. Tuesday, April 21. Bhepparton Sheep Sale. Wednesday, April 22. Kialla Stock Sale. . Thursday, April 23. I Tatura Stock Sale. j Tallygaroopna Stock Sale. > Saturday, April 25. — j Tatura Pig Sale. R. Cussen's Furniture, etc. Monday, April 27. Dookie Stock Sale. Murchison Stock Sale. . Saturday, May 2.' J.J. Tcmpleton's horses, etc. Monday, May 18. Nalingu Stock Sale. SHtiPPrtKTON Furniture, Works of Art, Curios, Bric-a-Brac Etc. SATURDAY. APRIL 25, 1914 \ t ESSRS PKCK, SONS AND jjjL BlGGAK, under instruc tions from.'.ROBIN CUSSEN, Esq., will sell ai their rooms at 1.30. the whole of his eflects, com prising bedroom and parlor, furni ture, bed--", linos, mats, ferns, golf siicks, oil paintings, art curios, carvings, biic-;i-brac, prints, photo graphic studio, p 'Si cat's, etc. This collection is small, but well chosen, and contains some of the be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 20 April 1914

jVllU-ER'S MILLER'S KltJ-EH'S MILLER'S ROLLER'S MILLER'S IWiLLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MIL1 .E1VS MILLER'S MILLER'S BIILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S WiLLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S .MILL hii'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S IVULLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S : FILLER'S MILLER'S (KILLER'S ittlLLEn'S KILLER'S MILLER'S IBILLERJs MILLER'S MLLEm :?"■ MOVER'S - MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S ffllLLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S , 1914. E*have pleasure in announcing our;;OJ>ENIN<J SHOW, of the Latest Styles in NEW SEASON'S GOODS. n>h:^(< nrSII I%a J r. A nr,, . • . — - — - " ' £ which will be displayed on SATURDAY^ 4th APRIL, 1914, and following days. Every Department offers a most comprehensive ^Variety of NEWEST IMPORTATIONS. - *t* »j ^ We Cordially Invite your Visit of Inspection. MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MINER'S MILLER"S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S hI miller & eo . • *v # J* MILLER'S mh...

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Shepparion Rews Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY, APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 20 April 1914

Sbepparioii iliml Published: - Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY, APRIL 20. The cricket season which has been extremely successful, so far as Shep parton is concerned, was brought to a close during Easter week with a series of matches For some years past, this noble pastime has had a somewhat chequered existence for which .here seemed 10 be no appa rent reason It is true that cricket lacks to a considerable extent the excitement of football. The crowd relishes the brilliant dashes for goal, and "cheers i:self hoarse over a scrim mage, whilst the incident of kicking a goal arouses the utmost enthu siasm Cricket is a much quieter game, yet t^o one will be bold enough to deny i s manliness. ' VVhi'st a football player, if he wishes to take fi'st rank, has to undergo the most rigorous training, the cric keter, who aims at success, must combine many qualifications that characterise the "follower of the sphere " He must have plenty of nerve, a keen eye, and he also must be quick h judg...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 20 April 1914

IN MEMORIAM. CLOSE—On April 20Ui, 1912. John Pat riok, beloved eldest sou of Henry and Mary Clijse. Aged 13 yours. R.I.P. . Until the day duwrts < And the ehadows flee awny.

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TOOLAMBA. STATE SCHOOL PICNIC AN ENJOYABLE FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 20 April 1914

TOOLAMBA. STATE SCHOOL PICNIC AN ENJOYABLE FUNCTION. j The State School picnic was held, on Wednesday, . April 15. The. weather was perfect. The school committee and the head teacher- (Mr. W.'H. Edwards) did all in their power to J make it a success.' Several other *-ladies also gave a helping hand, and their services were much appre ciated. The attendance was large fully; 400 being present,. and everything passed oir pleasantly. One of the most amusing items was the married ladies' race, for which a special prize of a pure bred .white""- Leghorn rooster, given by Mrs. Randall. This bird was set free, and whoever caught it was the winner. Twelve ladies competed, and Mrs. E. Farreli, after an exciting finish, mana ged- catch it. A nice selection of prizes was distributed to the scholars, and cash prizes were also given. Each scholar recei ved a prize, and was then allowed to compete in. the remaining open'evevnts. Results of>-aces— Scholars only, ((selected prizes). Grade 1 (boys)...

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DISTRICT NEWS. DOOKIE. OBITUARY. DESTRUCTION OF DOGS. AN UNFORTUNATE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 20 April 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. DO OKIE. OBITUARY. DESTRUCTION OF DOGS. | AN UNFORTUNATE ACCIDENT. A sad death occurred at the residence of Mr. Simon Harkel on Friday last, when the youn gest daughter May, passed away. The little girl, it is understood, had only been ill a few days, hav ing had a slight stroke of paraly sis. Deceased was 5 years and 11 months old, ant| her remain5* ivero interred in the Dievenish cemetery on Saturday afternoon.-i Much alarm has been caused the last few days at the havoc being wrought amongst sheep through being attacked by dogs. Messrs. Knox Bros., of Cashel,' had four valuable sheep killed outright, while Mr. Jas. Ryan had two killed and others injured. Mr Hyan was successful 111 following up two of the dogs, which he immediately.shot. A most unfortunate accident befell Miss J. Tate, of Katandra, on Wednesday afternoon last while driving into Cosgrove. Miss Tate, acompanied by a lady and gentleman friend, from Mel bourne, were visiting when a dog. rushed at the hor...

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MELBOURNE RETAIL MARKET FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 20 April 1914

MELBOURNE RETAIL MARKET FARM PRODUCE. Manger hay, £i/lO to i,5 ; do:, sheaves, £3 to £3/5; chaffing do., £2/5 to £2/10. Vidian-- straw, £1/12/(J to «2/'A/G; Tasmania^, £3 to $3/5,

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