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LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 January 1914
LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. ----------- Butter (selling) gd, 101 Eggs (giving) 6}d Cheese (selling), 103, Is Bacon ,, is Id, is 2d Ham ,, is 2d is 4d Wheat (giving) 8s 211, Potatoes ,, 6S Onions ,, 10s 61 Bran ,, is bus. Chaff (selling) £8 53 Flour ,, 1ls Pollard ,, ls id Calfskins (giving) 5d to 6d lb Sheepskins ,, 41 to 5B lb Hides ,, 4d 5d lb Mr and Mrs George Duncan, of Thorn ton, 15 Alexandra-street, East St Jilds, celebrated on Friday. diamond anniver sary (60th) of their wedding. They arrived in Melbourne from England in the Duncan Dunbar sailing liner Earl Grey in May, 1853, and were married on January 23rd, of following year at St Mark's Church of England, Fitzroy, Amongst passengers in the same ship were 52 police and detectives, to form a constabulary force for Melbourne. ??~g
MANY TIMES CONVICTED. A SATURDAY NIGHT ARREST [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 January 1914
MANY TIMESE CONVICTED. A SATURDAY NIGHT ARREST Ralph Bradshaw, an elderly min oho is given to cutting capers in the streets and frightening children, was arrested in Wyndbam-street on Satur day night by (onstable W Humphryis on the charge of offensive behavior. Defendant was under the influence of liquor, and when brought before Mr F W Fair, J.P., at the Police Court this morning Senior-constable Kennedy stated that he had been many times in gaol, and had 14 convictions against him, one of them being for receiving stolen property, for which he got 18 months. When placed in the lock-up on Satur day he started to use very filthy lan language, and made the night hideous with his noise. Mr Fair, after severely warning the acunsed fined him £1 or three days. He replied "Thank you," in a very. grateful manner, and promised to pay the fine.
A DOCTOR'S DISMISSAL. HIS "GROSSLY INSULTING" LETTER. "THE GATE OF THE LOWER REGIONS." [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 January 1914
A DOCTOR'S. DISMISSAL. HIS "GROSSLY INSULTING" LETTER. "THE GATE OF THE LOWER REGIONS," The following is the full text of the letter submitted to Rodney Shire Coun oil by Dr 51 A Ley, and which led to his dismissal from the position of health officer:-To the President and Council lore of the Shire of Rodney. Gentle -In writing a report it is necessary to look back over the year that has just closed, and see what progress we have made. I have spent many odd hours in so doing, but I can find no signs of pro. gression, in fact, I think all the signs are of retrogression. Some time ago I was asked to report on slaugter yards in conjeuXction with the inspeOor' of nuisances. We did s-, and in the report sent in we condemned one of the yards. As far as I was concerned, gentlemen, I was quite honest in what I did, I condemned that yard simply because it was a disgrace to the town. I did not condemn the other one, that was almost equally as bad, because I had not the power to move it. If it ...
OLYMPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 January 1914
OLYMPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. BOWLS. PRESIDENT'S TnopuY-Handicap, sin gle, 21 up, handicap behind scratch 4 bowls each. FIRst TaoreuY. Maltby, 7, v Dr M'Kenna, 12 Muntz, 8, v Kennedy, sor Matthews, 4, v Treahy, 3 Sandy, 12, v Sutherland, 9 M!Gillivray, 8, v Irvine, 4 Corkill, scr, v Gibbs, 8 Wilson, 8, v Stubbs, 8 Anderson, 8, v Whitehead, 12 Milne, 6, v Cooper, scr Brunton, 12, v Henderson, acr Harvey, 4, v Downey, 8 M'Ives, 12, v Fairiey, 13 Harris, 2, v Tuthill, ser Kendall, 10, v Grant, 8 Lanyon, scr v Dr Cook, 9 Slattery, scr v Abernethy, ecr Byass, sor v Walker, sce
CARNIVAL COMMITTEE "THOSE ACCOMPANIED WITH PERAMBULATORS." [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 January 1914
CARNIVAL COMMITTEE "THOSE ACCOMPANIED WITH PERAAIBULATORS." At Thursday evening's meeting of the executive, Carnival Committee, there were present: Messrs J P Downey (president), T Daish, W R Vincent, J. Kendall, M Halpin, A Biggar, W R Banner, F H Cooper, E J Maltby, F W Fair, F Gough, J E Byasa, W C Anderson, and A -Whitehead. The following reshlutions were agreed to: That both the local bands he written to, and asked for price to play on the first night of the Carnival. That both local photographers be allowed on the grounds to take photographs. That the secretary's action in ougsg ing the Honiaz acrobatic troup be approved. That the report of committee re awnings be received, and the awninse suggested be approved.. That Maesrs Banner, Cooper, Fair and Vincent attend to erecting the awnings. That we apply for use of the ticket office from the Railways, same as last year. That tickets admision for those accompanied with perambulators be sold, and same admitted through the members'...
VALEDICTORY. TO MRS F. T. TREYVAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 January 1914
VALEDICTORY. TO MRS F. T. TREYVAUD. There was a large gathering of ladies to bid farewell to Mrs F T Troyvaud last Thursday afternoon, 22od inst. Mrs G Furphy kindly entertained them, and made one and all feel quite com fortable in her largo spacious dining room, which was nicely decorated for the occasion. Mrs Sutherland, presi dent of the local branch, Australian Women's National League, in a neat little speech, spoke of the many good qualities and the help Mrs Treyvaud had given in connection with the league, wished her and her husband every pros. perity and good health in their now home at Bendigo; and hoped she would make many more good fMiends, the same as she was leaving behind. Mrs Palling also spoke, and wished Mrs Treyvaud and her husband success. Mrs Buther land then, on behalf of the ladies, pre sented Mrs Troyvaud with a handsome silver epergne. Mrs Treyvaud respon ded, and thanked the ladies for their gift, which had come as a great surprise and which she would always ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 January 1914
YOU SHOULD BE DETER. MINED n rejecting the worthless and fre quently injuriously counterfeits which are sometimes published for the sake of greater pain as "just as good" as the GENUINE SANDER & SONS' PUR VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EX, TRACT is recognised by the highest medical authorities as possessing unique stimulating, healing, and antiseptic powers. The preparation of SANDERS' EXTRACT from the pure selected leaves, and the refinement by special pro cesses, give it curative virtues peculiarly its own. Therefore, be not misled. De mand and insist upon the GENUINE SANDER EX.TIACT, and you will derive the benefit that thousands have reaped 'from it before. When ill you should not depress your self more by the common bulky, any nauseating eucalyptus oils and so-called "extracts." What you want is qualitd and reliability in small dose; and this ou w find only in SANDER'S EX THE BEST IN ThE WORLD 1(1 I lb Cýýta 1 4t o5 Ib Parcel INSIS~P O··NM LABELLED \B ¶LAEi FRBSH BARGAINS DAILY, Le...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 January 1914
PERSONAL. Or Smith, of Oxloy shire, whose re election to the Board of Health for the eastern shire group was supported by Shepparton Shire Council, has had a protest entered against him by Dr Sidney Plowman, who is a member of the Frankston and Hastines shire council. The grounds are rather novel, they being, mainly, that before the vacancy was gazetted or nominations invited, tqo shire councile were ciroularisod in favor of Cr Smith; that as a conse quence many councillors were pledged to vote for that candidate, and when voting papers were issued many councils refrained from coneiderieg the qualifi cations of any other candidate; that the councils who so pledged themselves failed in their duty to the community and to the board; and that therefore the so-called election was not an election at all; and further, that some councils would have voted for him had they not already pledged themselves to vote for Cr Smith before there was a possibility of his being nominated. The matter is ...
DREDGING BOARD'S REPORT SOME DRASTIC RECOMMENDATIONS. PROTECTION OF AGRICULTURAL LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 January 1914
DREDGING BOARD'S REPORT SOME -DRASTIC RECOMIMEN. DATIONS. PROTECTION OF AGRICUL TURAL LANDS. The report embodying the recommen dations and findings of the board ap. pointed by Parliament to inquire into the effects of dredging and sluicing in the Ovens Valley, 3right, Castlemaine and Gippsland districts contains some drastic proposals. The board, of which MIr W Davidson is chairman, realised the gravity of the Government pormit tieg good agricultural land to be given over to dredging, but not all of the mem bers were prepared to believe that the effects of the river siltation were what they were roepreseueod to be, or that river pollution was entirely due to dredging opera ions. The most important of the recommen dations that the board is making is that no dredging leases shall be granted for land of a value of owvr i '. LNext in importauce is a recommenda tion that it shall not be permissible for a company to allow more.than 100 grains of solids in suspension (sludge) per gal. lon ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 January 1914
Sales at Shepparton Corporation Yards. CATTLE .. .... FEB 3 SHEEP ... ... . ... JAN 27 PIGS . ... ... ... FEB 9 SALE FIXTURES FOR JANUARY & FEBRUARY. Tuesday, January 27 Shepparton Sheep Sale R Ferrari's (jun) Clearing Sale at Kotupna Numurkab, Campbell and Co's Pig and Poultry Sale St James: Green, Manning and Co, Stock Monday, January 28 Devenieb: Watts, Turnbull and Co's Stock Sale Thursday, January 29 - Tatura Stock Sale Tallygaroopna Stock Sale Friday, January 80 Tatura Horse Sale Saturday, January. 31 Tatura Pig Sale In February Sale of Irrigable Blocks near Shepper. ton E Huskiog's Clearing Sale, at Waaia Mondady February 2 Yarrawonga Pig Sale Richard Pethybridge's Clearing Sale, Arcadia St James: Watts, Turnbull and Co., Stock o-D-iio Stoolk Sale ' Tungamah Stock Sale Tuesday, February 3 G M Thomas's Clearing Sale, at Kotupna Shopparton Cattle Sale Wednesday, February 4 M'Crum'e Clearing Sale, Bunbartha Bean's Clearing Sale, Tatura Thursday, February 5 A Hutchison's ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914
? ! TOB ACCO? -Irresistible i -J Sold in 2 oz. and 4 oz. (actual weight) Plugsn, or in Cut Double-flake, packed in Dainty Silvered 2 oz. Tins. ~-1Js ··b~~', WHOOPING COUGH AND ,BRONCHIITIS. LITTLE GIRL SUFFERED FOR SEVEN MONTHS. "My little nirl, aged two years, had Whooping Cough and Bronchitis for seven months," writes IMrs F Lawson, 3 Wsater-street, Camperdown, N.S.W. "Sometimes she was so bad she would fall down with weaknes. Many a time I have picked her up., thinking she was ,lead. She would hold hlr breath, and J would have to smackl her on the back :o as to help her to breathe again. I gave her a number of cough retnc dies, and I was always taking her to tile doctors, and they gave her many :ough remedies, but nothing had any effect wha'ever. One day a lady re commended me to try Dr Sheldon's New Discovery and said it was very ood for Whooping Cough, so I got a bottle and gave her three and sometimes five doses a day, and it seemed to re lieve her almost at once, and in a wee...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914
YOU SHOULD IE DETER MINED. n rojecting the worthless and fre queontly injuriously counterfeity which are sometimes published for the sake of greater pain as "just as good" as the GENUINE SANDER & SONS' PUR VOLATIE EUCALYPTI EX, TRACT is recognised by the highest medical aqthorities as possessing unique atimulatin , heallg, and antiseptic powers. The preparation of SANDERS' EXTRACL' from the pure selected leaves, and the refineoment by special pro cesses, give it curative virtues peculiarly its own. Therefore, be not misl5d. De mand and insist upon the GENUINE SANDER ETI'tACT, and you -will derive the henelt that thousands have reaped from it before. When ill you should not depress your self more by the common bulky, any nauseqting eucalyptus oils and so-called ' extracts." What you want is qualitd and reliability in small dse : and this yon will find.only in SANDER'S EX TB&OT. GRAND GARDEN FETE, In the CONVENT IROUNDS, February 2nd, 3rd and 4th . (Monday. Tuesday and...
CHIEF OFFICER MARSHALL. FIRE BRIGADE AND BAND INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914
C IIEF OFFICER MARSHALL. 'FIRE BRIGADE AND BAND INSPEOTION. On Tuesday night Lieut-Colonel T S Marshall, Chief Officer of Country Fire Brigade's Board, paid a visit to Shep parton, for the purpose of inspecting the local fire brigade (men and applian cee) and Shepparton Town Band. The chief officer was met at the railway 'station by Capt C A Bundle, and pro. coeded at once to the fire station, where the men fell in for inspection, but be fore this was fairly started, the sound of music played on brass instruments was heard approaching along Maude. street from the direction of Fryers street. Lieut.Col. MIarshall at once in quired if this was the band which it was intended he should inspect that'night. On being informed in the allirmative he temporarily dismissed the firemen, and proceeded tothe open-air where the Shepparton Town Band, (Bandmaster Beaman), led by Drum-Major 0 Bailey, had halted in front of the station. A large erowd of roople, was attracted by the band a playing, and ...
SHEPPARTON SHEEP SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914
SHEPPARTON SHEEP SALE. Average yarding of sheep forward; full attendance of buyers, also of the public present. MIarket all through slightly better than previous sales. Fat sheep.--eSales were very firm and brisk, almost total olearance at auetton. Quotations, fat bsheep only, odd pens of crossbred wethcrs sold from 16s to 18J; crossbred owes, good quality, 17s ld to 17s Od ; medium quality 163 to 16s 6d; indifferent sorts 18s 44 to 14s 901; comeback wethers 16J 9d to 17s 7d; merino wethers 14e Id to 15s 63; inferior quality do 12s to 12s 5d; merino ewes, good, 13S 5d to 14s ld; Shropshire crossbred owes 14s to 14s 9d; good lambs 14s 4. to 15s 6d: medium quality 12ls Id to las3; small do 10a ld to its 104. Store Sheep.-(actual sales) 117i cosmeback wethers, 6.tooth, 15s; 120 crossbred ewes, tooth,.at 16s Od; 115 orossbred owes, 5 years at 16s 2d; 287 mixed woaners at l1s 10d; 102 2-tooth orossbred ewes at 18s 6d; 430 weanors, mixod sexes, good wool, at 15s QP; 284 orossbred lambs at...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE SHEPPARTON PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE SHEPPARTON PIG MARKET. A fair yarding of pigs to a full attendance of buyers. Market firm and bFriek, with exception of port? pigs and feeders. These lines slightly in favor of buyers. Total yarding 166 head, including 70 fat pigs. Prime bacon i7s 6d to 70s, good do 603 to 64s, medium do 6S to 59s, light bacon 4s53 to 483, bock fats 763 to 900s, porkers 36s to 44s, bacon stores 433 to 503, young stores 85s 6d to 893 small do 29s to 834, big slips 25s to 283 63, medium do ils to 24s 6O, small do 27s to 193, suckers as17s, 18S and 190j.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914
* PERSONAL. Mr William Orr, after spending several weeks at his estate "Laurel Bank." returned to Melbourne by Tues. day evening's train from Sheprnpartoni. The members of his family follow him in the course of a day or two. Miiss MIary (May), Moynihan (only daughter of MIr Timothy Moynihan, storekeeper, of Mooroopna, and Mrs Moynihan) died in Melbourne on Sunday at the age of 21 years. The deoeased had been ailiog for some weeks, and has re cently undergone an operation for peri tonitis at the Women's Hospital. Mr Joseph Peter Booth, who was well known in the district, died suddenly from heart failure in the Mooroopna Hospital on Sunday'afterncon, aged 61 years. Deceased was abachelor, and an old resident of Prahran, and several of his brothers are in Melbourne. Mr W. F. Bowen, who had charge of the mor tuary arrangements, forwarded the re. mains by Tuesday evening's train, for interment in the St Kilde cemetary, where the funeral took place yesterday. The engagement is announced o...
EUROA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914
EUROA RAGES. The Foundation day meeting of tihe Euroa Race Club was held on Monday, and was largely attended. Results: Trial Stakes - Masquerader 1, B]n's Daisy 2, Y.S. 3. Novelty Pony Race Boginnio 1, Little Harry 2, Guiding Star 8. Euroa Handloap-Blank COr~. ridge 1, Ardmona 2, Fredicia 3. Maiden Hack Race-Tomboy 1, Kilcoolin 2, Lady Edi 8. Plate - Black Nut 1, Munich 2, Fredicia 3. Purse--Ben's Daisy i, Lady Matstep and Whiffa, dead heat, 2.
INTERESTING FUNCTION. AT THE SHEPPARTON STATE SCHOOL. PHOTO PRESENTATION OF FIRST FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. MR W ORR ON BEHALF OF THE CITIZENS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914
INTERESTING FUNCT1ON. AT TE' SHEPPARTON STATE-SOHOOL. PHOTO PRESENTATION OF FIRST FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. MR W ORR ON BEHALF OF THE CITIZENS. "An exhilarating sight," remarked Mr W Orr on Tuseday afternoon in the largo quadrangle at the Shepporton Stte.school as he surveyed round the three sides of that enclosure open to the sky the scholars (boys and girls), drawn up four deep, under the charge of their reposivoe teachers. They had marched with fine tread end correct step, with beaming faces and gladness in the eye, while their cheeks showed that the sum mer sun had been doing a little bronzing or brightening the tints of tl-o rose. " How many children have you here ? inquired Mr Orr. lifr J B Brunton, the headmaster, replied, "Five hundred. Twenty new ones came to us today." " Wellwell, " remarked Mr Orr; "five hundred! And all looking so bright and cheerful. It brings one happiness to look upon such a sight." " The future fathers and mothers of Australia," observed a bystander. 'Yes"...