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REVIEWS. "AUSTRALIAN BARKERS AND BITERS." [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 June 1914
REVIEWS. " AUSTRALIAN BARKERS AND BITERSBB." A book that will doubtless be hailed with pleasure by readers generally is " Australian Barkers and Biters" by Robert Kaleski (N.S.W. Bookstall Co Ltd). It is mostly dogs; and though all people may not be lovers or fan. ciers of the canine species, this book is likely to alter their dis position in that respect, for it is written in a good sunny style, with lots of excellent humor andl interesting anecdote. Those who did not know should know now how the Kelpie became an es tablished breed and how he got his name; know much about the "'noble dingo," how the breed of the Australian cattle dog arose, about kangaroo dogs, bush grey hounds, true greyhounds, and dogs generally. "Dog fights," "dog fancying," "dorg swappin'," cat fightes' are all entertaining chap. ters; in fact from beginning to end, the reader will find not a single dull page. "ON HIS MAJESTY'S SERVICE." The story of the old convict days does not appear, to have be come exhaust...
OUR CIVIC FATHERS. ROUND THE COUNCIL BOARD. DRILL HALL AND RAILWAY DRAIN. STRONG PROTEST FROM EUROA COUNCILLORS. ONCE AGAIN—THE PROPOSED TOWN HALL. RIVER POLLUTION, PROPOSED BATHS AND FIRE-PLUGS A DISPUTE WITH THE DRAIN AGE CONTRACTOR [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 June 1914
oUR CIVIC FATHERS. ROUND THE 00UNOIL BOARD. DRILL EALL AND RAILWAY DRAIN. BTRONG PROTEST FROM EUROA COUNCILLORS. ONOE AGAIN--THE PROPOSED TOWN HALL. BIVER POLLUTION, PROPOSED BATHS AND FIRE-PLUGS A DISPUTE WITH TIHE DRAIN. AGE CONTRACTOR Shepparton Shire Council held its monthly mueetiog to-day, when there wore present: Ors Roe (President), Sheil, Fair, Mitcholl, Denker, Pinch. beck, Phillips, Green, M'Partland, Gib son, Ryeu, Morgan, KIerrine and Godarlsy. CORRESPONDENCE. Scroor FoR PINE LODU, Eduoeation departmenot notified that Publio Works department had been au. thorised to proceed with the erection of a new school building at Piiepo Lodge, icceired ToE NEW EhGINEIER. Blair MI'Kay, replying to notification that ho had boon appointed shire engi neer, said he would be able to take up his duties permanently on lJuly 1st. In the meantime he would be available to attend to any matters which may re. quire attention, He thanked the Cooun. cil for the confidence placed i' him in again ...
OLYMPIA. FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 June 1914
O OLYMIPA. FOOTBALL NOTES. BY " HALF-BACK." There was a fair attendance of moem bre ast the committee meeting of the senior club on Friday night. It was decided to adjourn the general meeting of players to Friday night next at Nolan's Oriterion Hotel, at 8 o'olock The finenoial position of the club wase discussed at some length, and it was etated that unless publio support was moro generous there was every likoli hood of the club being unable to find the players' f-tres away in future matches Accounts amounting to £21 13. 7d were peassed for payment, and this left the club with a lofew shillings credit bal anne. The support g;ven so far is much be low that of previous years, and it is con eidered that the principles of the com mittee in encouraging end esticki'g to local talent insteid of, as some clubs are doing, importing paid players, is worthy of better recognition financially, During the last seven years Sheppaer ton has possessed a football team whose record residents of other...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 June 1914
THE REUENT EPIDEICS OFu SMALLPOX AND DIPHTHERIA Would certainly not have attained such proportions if the hygienic fact were more generally known that the disinfection of the mouth by a reliable and harmless antiseptic is a great pro tecting factor agaionsta all ailments where the infection is through thethroat or respiratory tract. By uttingL drops of SANDER'S EUTCALP;T EXTBRACT, on a piece of loaf-sugar and allowing it to dissolve in the mouth that cavity is thoroughly dis infected. The volatile nature of SANDER'S EXTRACT makes it penetrato every crevice. SANDER'S EXTRACT is not nmuseous nor de pressing like the common eucalyptue and lossesses great antispicp By ousng BANDER'S EXTRA avoid the uncertain composition of the lozenge:you have the benefit of the strongest antiseptic that can be used with safety, and the result is protection from all infeotion. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs aud Golds, never faile ld. . IMPORTANT TO LADIES. The lady representative of the "Natur...
SPORTING FIXTURES. GOULBURN VALLEY DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 11 June 1914
SPORTING FIXTURES. GOULBURN VALLEY DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. The following'is the draw for the first round of matches in connection with the competition for the premiership of the G.V.D.F.A: MAY 27 Tatura v Shepparton - Rochester v Echuca Kyabram v Mooroopna JUNE 3 Sheopparton v Rochester Mooroopne v Echuca Tatura v Kyabram JUNE 10 Kyabram v Shepparton Rochester v Mooroopua Echuca vbTatura JuN? 17 Shepparton v Echuca Mooroopuna v Tatura Kyabram v Rochester Matches played on grounds of first named clubs. JUNIOR ASSOCIATION. May 27. Shepparton Imperial v Workers' United Grahamvale v Arcadia Caniambo West v Silver Star June 3 Arcadia v Shepparton Imperial Silver Star v Workers' United Caniambo West v Grahamvale June 10 Shepparton Imperial v Caniambo Weoet Workers' United v Arcadia Grahsmvale v Silver Star June 17 Silver Star v Shepparton Imperial Arcadia v Caniambo West Workers' United v Grahamvale July 1 Shepparton Imperial v Grahamvale Cauniambo West v Workers' United Silver Sta...
URBAN WATERWORKS TRUST. PROPOSED EXTENSION OF SERVICE. PUMPING BY ELECTRIC POWER. SPECIAL MEETING ON JUNE 22ND [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 11 June 1914
URBAN WATERWORKS TRUST. PROPOSED EXTENSION OF SERVICE. PUMPING BY ELECTRIC POWER. SPECIAL MEETING ON JUNE 22ND The Shepparton Urban Water works Trust held its monthly meeting on Monday evening, when there were present : Come W H.Gaze (chairman), W Sheil, F W Fair,G V Furphy, and G W E Ross. An apology was received from Corn W Welshman. EXTENSION OF MAIN. Thos Wade was building a resi dence in Maude-street, between Ashenden and Sobraon streets, and found there was no main there. As there were two or three places likely to be erected shortly, he applied to have the main put through. A E Bennet had purchased allotment 16 in Maude-street (be tween Sobraon and Ashenden streets), and being about to erect a residence there, asked for exten sion of the main, Resolved that the matter of ex tending the main be left to the chairman and secretary-this on the motion of. Come Fair and Furphy.. A F Vibert asked for extension of water service in Wyndham street south, opposite her property (formerly...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 11 June 1914
ti-- .. r TO1ACCO Irresistible 1 Sold in 2 oe. and 4 o*. (actual weight) Plugs, or in Cut Double-flake, packed il Dainty Silvered 2 or. Tine. " Shaded from the hot sun by the - crimson-flowered coral trees, the ? coeoa grove is like a miniature 4'ý . `? Rýforest hung with thousands of _- golden lamps." flY /EST TUE BIESI." -I. "represents the highest grade of nutritive cocoa at present on the market. It fully maintains its high reputation in food value and delicacy of flavour and is second to Gabu none in any respect whatsoever." Medical Magazine, March, 1912, THE COST OF NEGLECT. -+ Think of the cost of neglecting your kidneys-it means that you are allowing kidney poisons to accumulate in the system, and these poisons cause violent pains in the back, dropsical swellings, urinal disorders, gravel, stone rheu matism, gout, lassitude, sleepless. ness, inclination to wory, exces. sive thirst, irregular heart action, neuralgia. The genuine Dean's Backache Kidney Pills restore to straine...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 11 June 1914
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Fat Sheep.-18,120 yarded. Prime crossbred wethers 22s to 24s 63, extra prime crossbred wethers 26s 6d to 30s 43, odd pens to 38s 63, and odd wethers to 3ls, good crossbred wethers lOs 6d to 21se, second do 17s 61 to 193s, inferior do to 17s, prime crossbred ewes 21s to 22s 63, extra do 23s 63 to 26s 6d, odd ewes to 87s, good do 183 to 20s, second do 15s 61 to 17s 3d, inferior do from lis Gd, prime merino wethere 20s to 22s, extra do 23s to 24s, a few pens of extra prime and weighty 27s 63 to 29s, good marino wethers 17s 6G to 19s 3d, merino ewes 12s 6d to 18s, a few to 21s, low conditioned owes from 5s 9d. Fat Cattle.-2075 yarded. Best pens of bullocks £13 to £14 103s, extra £15 5s to £16 12s 63, with odd bullocks to £17, good pens of bullocks £11 to £12 2s 63, good light and handy weights £9 to £10 15s, second and inferior from £7 10s, prime pens of cows £8 10s to £9 17s 6d, extra to £11 2s 63, and odd cows to £13 2s 63, good pens of cows £7 5s to £8, second do £...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE AT THE CORPORATION YARDS. GOULBURN VALLEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 11 June 1914
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGEN CE AT THE CORPORATION YARDS. GOULBURN VALLEY MARKETS. A big supply of cattle came to hand, but wore mostly of inferior sorts. A few good pens of local cattle came in for which there was keen competition, but the general tone of the market was slack. Several trucks of good bullocks came to hand, but the bidding for same was not very keen. Local bred and fattened bullocks made up to £12 14s. A fair yarding of store stock came in, but competition was very in and out during the sale. Good springers, of which there was only a few, met with good competition. Peddles were about equal to late rates.
GENERAL SESSIONS AND COUNTY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 11 June 1914
GENERAL SESSIONS AND COUNTY COURT. List of business for hearing in the Court of General Sessions and County Court at Shepparton on Tuesday next June 16th: GESNSERAL SESSIONS. lex v James Thomson. Thomas Cotter, Charles Fletcher and Charles Edward Turnbull, house. breaking. CoUNTY Cousr.-Jury Case. Rodney Shire v E 2 Vibert (in con nection with No 2 bridge, Shepparton Mooroopna high-road).
SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 11 June 1914
SUNDAY SERVICES. METHODIST. - Shopparton, 11 Rev Smith; 7, Rev Woodfull. Mooroopna, 11, Rev Woodfull; 7, Rev Smith, Tally. garoopna, 3, Rev Woodfull. Caniambo, 2.30 and 7, Rev Phillips. Pine Lodge, B, Smith. Tank Corner, 11, Mr Metoalf. Kialla, 11, Rev Phillips. Congupua, 3, Mr Metcalf, Grahamvale, 8, Mr Fur. phy, junr, CnuacuI OF CnarLsT.-Worship 11, Gospel 7.-Preacher, Mr H M Clipatone PoMoSnYTEaR.ut-Shepparton 11 and 7, Shepparton East 3.-Roev Geo. Paul. Pine Lodge 11, Shepparton Estate 7.80 -Mr H Whitfield. ANoLICnc-I. Sunday after Trinity, St. Augustine's, Shepparton-8 a.m., Holy Communion; 11, Matines and Ser mon; 7 p.m., Evensong and Sermon. The Rector. All Saints', Village Settle. ment-3.30 p.m., Eveneong and Ser mon. St. Peter's, Arcadia-11 a.m., Matins and Sermon-Mr Price. Tally. garoopna-11, St. John's; 8, Katandra; 7.30, p.m, St Luke'e.-Rev A G Horner.
RIFLE SHOOTING. SHEPPARTON V. POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 11 June 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING. SHEPPARTON V. POLICE, A match was fired at the Port Mel. bournoe ranges on Monday between teams representing Shepparton and the Police Rifle Club. The conditions wore 10 men aside, 10 shots at 500 yards; best 8 ecoree to count. The visitors had a dilfoulty to .get a team, as at the last moment several were unable to get away. The Police had also some difliculty, as it being a holiday, extra cervices were required. Neverthe'eoss they mustered a strong combination, and being used to the intricacies of the range, shot to better advantage, winning the match by 44 points. The following are the scoree : POcLIcS. J Murphy . 50 J M'Millan ... 49 W Croft... ... ... 48 WV Spratling (capt.) ... 48 J Dent ... ... ... 46 J B3rotberton ... ... 45 E Bresnan ... ... 45 HBell ... 44 F Furnell (co.) ... 48 375 Susrranrox. W R Morse , , 47 J Oantwell ... . 46 A Clydeedale ... . 46 C Robertson ... ... 4 H Young (capt.) .' 40 J Boon ... ... 40 A Sandilands a . ... 35 A Dear ... .... ... ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 11 June 1914
IN MEMOBIAM I FEROUSON-In-loving and affectionatee memory of our dear mother, who de- d parted this life on June 12th, 1912. ai What, though in lonely grief I sigh T For mother beloved no longer nigh, o Bubmiseive would I still reply, "Thy will be done." If Thou should'st call me to resign That I prized moat-it was not mine, I only yiold Thee what is Thine, "Tby will be done." t -Inserted by her daughter and eons, Dolly, Alick and Jack. 365 Days Ahead of Any Other District Newspaper. The Shepparton Advertiser, Is Now Reduced to One Penny e PUBLISHIED MONDAY & TUeesDAY. 3BE JUST AND FEAR NOT. THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1914. e - -
JUNIOR FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 11 June 1914
JUNIOR FOOTBALL. There was a very fair attendance on the local reserve yesterday afternoon to witness the match between Shepparton Imperials and Caniambo West. It was a well contested game throughout, but was of a scrambling nature towards the finish through players crowding the ball. Caniambo in the third quarter became dieorganised, and were penalised for holding the ball. Umpire Maskell was inconsistent in this respect, and Caniam be suffered by his decisions. With an equal number of shots Caniambo scored 1.2 to three points in the first quarter, while in the second the Imps added 1.1 to one point, giving them a lead of one point at the interval. Soon after the start is the third term Caniambo were penalised several times close to the Imperial goal, with the result that they scored 2 8, while Caniambo added one goal. Neither team scored in the last quarter, and the play became rough and uninteresting. There was little between the teams, and some good In dividual play was shown. C...
FOURTH PAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 11 June 1914
FoURTH PAGE.-Urban Waterworke Trust, Sporting Fixtures, Shepparton Shire Council, Brevity Bureau, etc. Music IN THE PAMRK.-Weather per mitting, the Town Band will play a programme of music in the Park on Sunday afternoon next. ATHLETIc CLUnL.-Over a score of enthusiastic young men met in the lodge room of the Star 'Theatre on Tuesday evening, to arrange for a demonstration, and so bring the objects and the worthiness of the recently formed Shepparton Athletic Club more promiently under public notice. There was no mistaking their earnestness, and their desire to prove that they were young men of the right stamp. It weas a pleasure to watch how they de liberated; and to notice their keen satisfaction when informed that Cr J D Mitchell had placed at their disposal his machinery shed in his timber yard in Wyndham-street. It is there that the demonstration will take place next Tuesday evening, June 16th; and an instructive time may be looked forward to in the art of physical development,...
HOUSEBREAKING AT MR. TREWIN'S. THE STORY OF THE ROBBERY. FOUR ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. POLICE MAGISTRATE COMPLIMENTS THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 11 June 1914
"HOUSEBREAKING AT , TREWIN'8. THE STORY OF THE ROBBERy FOUR ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL, POLICE MAGISTRATE COMPILI. MENTS THE POLICE, The four young men charged with breaking into the residenceof Mr W A Trewin, farmer, of Tally. garoopna, on Saturday May 30th while the members of the family were attending a football match were brought up at the Police Court on Tuesday, before Mr R Knight, P.M. Their names were; Thomas Cotter, James Thomason (who previously gave his nameas Williams), Charles Fletcher, and Edward Turnbull (Joseph Falat being the name previously given by him). Inspector T Corkill prosecuted. the accused were undefended. The facts of the case having been briefly mentioned by Inspector Corkill (and which were publisehed in "The Advertiser" of Jane let), the first witness called was WVilliam Albert Trewin, farmer, of Tallygaroopna. He said that on Saturday, May 30th, he left ho?ae at about 2.30 p.m., with his wife, son and cousin. The place was locked up; and on returning...
FOOTBALL. SHEPPARTON v KYABRAM. A VERY ROUGH AND STRENUOUS GAME SHEPPARTON'S PHENOMENAL GOAL-KICKING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 11 June 1914
FOOTBALL. - SHE'PP'ARTON V KYABRAO. A VERY RouuGH AND STRENUOUS GAME SHEPPARTON'S PHENOMENAL GOAL KCKINo . Yesterday the Shepparton Football Club sent a strong team to Kyabram by special train to meet the local team in competition for the premiership of the G.V.F.L. Both teams were undefeated, and much interesot was taken in the con test. The weather was pleasant and a largo crowd patronised the train. The Shepparton Model Band (under Band. master R J M'Caskill) accompanied the footballers, and its fine music was greatly appreciated by the residents of Kyabram, and hopes were freely expressed that the Band would soon repeat the visit. The High Schpol boys and girls journeyed to Echuca-the former to play a football match and the latter a hookey match. The Kyabram elub put its best team for the season in the field, and, buoyed up by past successes, felt confident of vic tory. There was a large crowd of people present, and the ground, though hard, was perfect for a fast game. Space wil...
LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 11 June 1914
LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Butter (solling) lOd, is Eggs (giving) is 4d Cheese (selling), lOd, is Bacon ,, lid, is Ham ,, s18 is ld Whoab (giving) 3s 7d Potatoes ,, 7s ad Onions ,, 9s Bran ,, is 2d bus. Chaff (soielling) 38 51 Flour ,, 15s Pollard ,, is 4d Calfekins (giving) 5d to 6d lb Shoepskins ,, 4} to 5ý lb Hides ,, 4d 5d lb