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QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 April 1914
QUESTIONS With regard I" ''V' charges both candidal •, adverse to interh'ivm . ■ t,i that the charges. tlu''l|V1' their information. XVU ndinsf'-" est in the world, bothM were closelv fiue=-t "'J1 jn jiatf subject of bible nnt " r ^ ileW'1" schools, air Biggs1' f1; 'i^ui. crat, supported a i'L^ .. ^jio!1-* which Mr Morrison *a lv |,> ' heartedly -opposed. 1" 1 l ,• ^ direct question fi*0.!" Goo. Paul, Mr Morn^n • i p.. ed himself a- C;.ih&lt;*t-; arate grant to lu,"'',:on« vtf!t schools. Other ques& au aske«| and satistacton. swered.
GOULBURN VALLEY ELECTORATE. PRE-SELECTION CAMPAIGN. TWO OTHER CANDIDATES MESSRS D. C. MORRISON AND A. BIGGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 April 1914
GOULBURN VALLEY ELECTORATE. ; PRE-SELEpTION CAMPAIGN. TWO OTHER CANDIDATES MESSRS D. G. MORRISON ; AND . . A. BIGGAR. r : . On Monday night "the pre selection campaign in" connec tion with the GoulburiV Valley State electorate, .was >.resumed when Messrs A. Biggur;;- -jun;,'; and D; .,C. Morrison, addressed' a well-attended ineeting;of meni-_ b er's^ o f the. Peop 1 e' s»: Par ty and the; Australian- Women's ^Na tional/League.: iri the/Presbyter-; ian School Hall; Mr J. Sutherland chairman of the. Shepparton branclf of-tho People's.party pre sided, and.in; suitable terms -in troduced .the candidates to Ihe meeting. ' ' ' :; :■ Mr. Biggar, .who was well re ceived, saij lie had ..nominated to the People's Parly and-Austra lian W'omenis National League -for IhuTseal to be rendered va- . cant by tho retirement of Uie lion. Geo. Graham, to whom lie paid- a tribute' of respect. He thought he had a just claim to represent theni^ - for lie was a resident of; Uie district, fanned 500.acre...
DOOKIE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 April 1914
DOOKIE &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A welcome change in the wea- ther look place on Saturday af- &nbsp; ternoon, when a few sharp showers fell, registering 10 points, The rain was very patchy, some parts not far distant from Dookie registering as much as three-quarters of an inch. A further steady rain set, in short- ly after midnight on Monday, and continued well up till 9 a.m. on Tuesday, when an additional 45 points were registered. The rain was most opportune as sev- eral farmers have already sown large acreages and were living in hopes of the rain coming soon. Ploughing is now being gone on with and further cropping be- ing proceeded with. The grass is coming on splendidly and with further falls of rain the winter feed will be abundant. The fall was hardly long enough to be of service to dams, but household- ers' tanks have been replenished. Further light showers fell on Tuesday night., accompanied by lightning and thunder, when 15 points were recorded. ...
DEARER MEAT. MR CLARKE'S-PROPHECY. STOCK AGENTS' VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
DEARER MEAT. MR GLARKE'S-PROPtlEGY fa. j STOCK AGENTS' VIEWS. Surprise was. expressed -by stock agents and-pastojralists on j Friday at the statement by Mr. Frank Clarke,' M.L.C., that meat , would soon be 1/ a pound in Mel_ , bourne.-The opinion expressed bv those in the stock trade was that, meat could not £o beyond 9,d a pound, or iOd at the-very- out side. Even these pri«es, itrwas pointed out, would in-obably not be niaintainedif good seasons prevailed. Discussing the probabilities,01 Mr i Clarke's'prophecy being .ful fil led. a 'wellknown stock agenl said: "1 do not sec "htiw . ■ the price of meat; can evcrireacli 1/ apoaind. I fit did rearjli' that figure; it would: not pay. exporters* to - send meat out of the coun try.; II. would &lt;xven- pay them Lo brmg'it' back, -as was done' with, butter about eighteen "months ago: Pnices of butter were down, again, within- two'months. There will be -nomaterial alteration in the London prices, because meat is imported from all ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
WHY HAIR'FALLS OUT. ; THE CAUSE—AND ITS" PRE- " . . . MENTION. ' • L~: • DR. X. f)UCI,AUI). > Your hair falls put either be cause the roots shrivel up and die, or because the scalp re laxes and loosens its hold upon the hair roots. This is almost in variably due to dandruff germs which rob the,hair of nutrition, actually starving it to death. To stop falling: hair and prevent total or partial baldness the dan druff perm must be destroyed. For I his purpose, physicians and hair specialists now invariably proscribe a lotion composed of 1 dram menthol crystals, 3 oz. of bay rum, ami one ounce of la voim.de com^osse. Hub well into the scalp with the finger tips, and every dandruff germ-will be destroyed within two or. three days. The hair will stop falling out and begin to grow at. an amazing rate, and brittle and scanty, hair will quickly become soft, glossy and luxuriant. The results following the use of this formula are so truly remarkable ■ that I strongly advise every rea_ whose...
METHODIST CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. WELCOMING NEW MINISTER. A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
WELCOMING NEW MINISTER. A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL . FUNCTION. - Wednesday night last wit- v ncsscd a highly successful func- t lion in the Maude street Mctlio- | dist Church, when the anniver- | sary.tea and public meeting was | held; and a hearty welcome ex- . tended to the new minister, the | Row Ernest Smith. The tea was. | largely patronised, and there | were several relays, whilst the tables were bountifully spread. The following ladies officiated ] at the tables: Mcsdames Hais- ; man, Smith, Wallis, Robertson, Williamson, Bowen, Thorn,;: Hare Furphy, Johns, Akers.M Kreder.icks, 'jun., Fair, Graham, |: -Thompson; 'Pulling, Davis, Lid-: j dclow.jO'Brieiii'; Dickenson;-,Mis-r! ses Guthrie, LCTngstaiT, Roberts, ;: Fredericks, S. Trewin; Guymer., : TI1E WELCOME Hf THE " CHURCH. Th6 Rev. H. P. Phillips^.pre sided over a; very . large: gatlior .ing'in" the church to lender a ; i welcome to the Ilev.SE. Smith a'nd '. | family." j I The chairman expressed him_ j self as in for a happy time, ...
ZILLAH HARRISON COMPANY. ITS SPLENDID PROGRAMME. DISAPPOINTING ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
ZILUAH; HARRISON COMPANY. its! SPLENDID; PROGRAMME. [ DISAPPOINTING ATTEN. . DANCE. v Thursday night's' inclement weaLheivuo doubt affected the at tendance; "at the' Star Theatre, when the Zillah Harrison Com pany presented a most excellent programme fo-.-a disappointingly Small audience. Still, in view of (he company's. reputation, it .'might well have been--expected llial. a fairly-numerous audience would .have assembled^. The pa trons of the front rows of seals, who aspire' to be regarded', as ardynt lovers of nnisic: arid sup porfers of first class enta-taiu inents.werg conspicuous by rea son of their absence.' On the j oilier hand other portions of the" house, were well patronised. ;• Their, hearty appreciation of the. ; programmov demonstrated that. , after all, capable critics are not. , conlined •to. any particular sec-: } lion of:an audience.; A word lias tij'lie said in praise: of the way, in -which the - programme wai presented.by.(lie members of the .company, J lu^ seeme...
VIOLET TOWN SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
VIOLET TOWN 8HIRE COUNCIL | The postponed monthly meet ing of "the above was held on Monday, when there were pre sent: Grs. FOrshaw (president), Buckland, Black, Goi'don, Roach, M'Sharie, MitoheW, Wilson. Correspondence. W. Doherty slated that the bridge damaged by his traction engine was-in a bad way before lie crossed it. They were right up to the bridge before they, no^ lieed its condition, and could hot turn back. He considered the council's estimate of damage £5; excessive, and' that the real da mage did not amount to more than 10/. lie paid £3 3/ to the Government per year, and did not know it was necessary : to in rbrni; -councils- of using-v-their, roads.—-Doherty to b,o charged1 full cost-of repau's. ^ -v-:'.: " H..Pye, principal of Uokie Col lege-, ^stated that it .was-'Uhc-in tenlion to fence the property of •the Council .-.of Agricultural Edu^ cation, -situated in. the parish ol Uowarigardie, and ' before - doing so "it: was "desired tomakevsome mutual agreement in .orde...
RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION THE CASE FOR UNDERA. EXTENSION FROM ARDMONA DESIRED. MR M'KENZIE'S STRONG ADVOCACY. STATEMENTS BY RESIDENTS. SHEPPARTON SHIRE'S SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION . the case for undera. extension ardmona mr m'kenzie's strong advocacy. statements by residents. RHEPPARTON SHIRE'S SYM 6 PATHY. (By our special reporter.) The case for the extension of dip railway line from Ardmona l,h iu construction) to Undera \vvuna was most forcibly St bv the hon H. M'Kenzie, ?. 1 \ local residents (members nf the Undera Railway. League) , ft \\\ Phillips . (Sheppartpn) ghirc Council) and others last NVLMkr M'Kenzie, in introducing ihp deputation from Undera and Ivvuna explained .that, the line ihev advocated could be an ex vision of the Ardmona line. The land tliev asked that a line ffuld be constructed through too valuable for Wheat farming-, but. it was eminent lysuitable for lamb-raising, The Minister: Another aspect /»f I'lause 6^ • (Lfiusrlitci*). • Mi M-Kenzie felt that for the i ,,1'oner development ol this line L,.1 country railway la. cil sties should be given them. Cr Stewart, president of Un- I ,tera Ka'iKvay League, said tliat ...
THE WATER WE DRINK [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
v!2(THE WATERrWE DRINK AlVthc. Seymour AY,n lor : 1rust, mectihg'on; Monday aletter: was •rec'cived^frbnT^Scymo.ur.rbranclK £.N.A./as,king,tbe trust.'- to tak&, sbnie 'act j.6n-;cn nccvn 111 g■ tJi e pol-v IvjjUd :£iat'e qj the;Q6ulburn riYOi-o Ojrfthe' motion of Cpnis; J?!chan;; arid! Chi.tf.ick it was "dcciderl lo ,Mi\ W. K. ^lcKejr/ie, M.L.Ai 'an,d; MlV. Aiiglise. M.L.Cf, asking thcn'i to call uppn' tho; Minislen; of AVa'ter Supplyland urge thai a special officer be sent to invest; tiara to. the cause of the pollvi l.ion T The river.is still polluted. : "Disgusted 'Angler" ,*|$ic)ii-: inond) writes as fulie\vsv"iir Tuesday's' "Argus."-—IflfJ'coiiw pany wilih a few friends^I cam&lt;? ped on the Goulburn river'Ker risdalp at Easter time,' and was very disappointed to llnd the water a dirty yellow color, owing J am told, to the slnicing'opera tions th^t take place higher up the river. One of the residents staled (bat the horses refused to drink the water: so if anima...
THE TWO BANDS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
THE TWO BANDS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—I wish to bring under the notice of the general public, tlio reason of the delay 'in starting the Hospital Demonstration pro.' cession yesterday afternoon. On the lltli- inst., I received the following letter:—"Dear Sir,—-1 have been instructed" by the members of the Friendly So cieties Hospital Demonstration Committee to write and invite you to act as marshall for tlie procession in connection with the demonstration to be held on the 26th. Thanking you in an ticipation of a favorable reply, yours respectfully, Arthur E. Date, Hon. Sec." Now, having accepted the position, I took it as my duly that I had lo put the bands and societies in their re spective position and then lead the procession. Now. being also drum-major of the Shepparlon Town Band, as well as marshal. I considered that the rightful position was that, my band should -the procession. When it was suggested that tJie bands "toss'* for lirst position, I emphatically declined, not on acco...
RAILWAYS WANTED. NEW PRINCIPLE MOOTED LOCAL SELF HELP. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
RAILWAYS WANTED. NEW PRINCIPLE MOOTED -LOCAL SELF HELP. vJTiie" following additional par ticulars afe1 taken from. Friday's "Ago" of, the deputation, which waited on the Mini.ster~\)f Rail ways on''Thursday to ask that railway, facilities be extended to Ardhioiia fruit-growing district: ' Mrrll. M'Kenzie, M.L.A., in in troducing the deputation, stated that the settlers at Ardmona made a similar application about two years ago, but without suc cess. The members of the depu tation would furnish figures showing the remarkable growth bf the (district since they last asked for a railway. A guaran-' lee was theji made- that Iherfi should be no loss in connection, with ;Uic proposition,*.; and ;:tluJ' guarantee still, held good. Mr'.'Al.Leiine, a "member;of the deputation,' said Llicy. 'clesired' lo takelthc^inatt^r iup^ i;from-v thev point at' which; they left-oil"' two; years •agd^Mf':1thaliilinic:Jt:: was: urgcdagainst'Ihein-lliat:': they would: haVti Traffic; for only three months . of...
ST. BRENDAN'S GARDEN FETE. A SPLENDID RESULT. TOTAL £500. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
ST. BRENDAN'S GARDEN FETE. A SPLENDID RESULT. . TOTAL £500. ; A; splendid financial success was obtained as the result of the SI. Brendan's garden feto-Jield on.February 2, 3 and 4 of this year. :Tlie figures are as fol low:—Receipts: To No. 1 fancy stall, £111/7/2; ;No. 2 fancy stall. 1MG0/I0/; refreshments, £49/9/4; "lollies, £• 12/10/; gate receipts, £20/7/3: concert, £51/ 10/: donations from parishion ers, £100; total receipts £541/ 13/9. Expenditure: By fete, £18/ 14/4; concert, £22/6; total ex penditure, £ 51/0/4. Net, profit, £500/13/5.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
ISfrEeiaL su Eftsterl Offering! IN.... LADIES' TAILORING, ^ ^jiicSftaft^TaHoredi-Twe^ P Costumes, to ; M«. vl» Measure (complete) - - * oil' 2 Costume, made from FOX'S Navy „ no. o. Sergei- Value unsurpassed ■ ■ u/'O Wn 4 F'ne Indigo or Black Twill Serge Cos HO.* tumes, silk-lined, equalto Tailor-made "U'. -Perfect-fitting Guaranteed, in - all the above three numbers. .. AT J; P. McLennan's. Quality and Cheapness! .Xhc,Rt|Ce. for .Cheapness-— Is Expensive to the Wearer. There are SUITS and SUITS. Factory-made SUITS thai are cheap and strong, ljpSft«££ai few, week's w vtr are ,qoi:e shabby and but'bfk-hape-; an"flrfh&lt;-re i^ the HIGIl- CLASS .TAILQ,R ; M ADE.,>UI.r, with each,.garment specially' built',' which 'lo:'k well after 12 months' If you are after the latter M -Is ;Your Man! Wyndham Street = Shepparton. Late Datid Wilson's Premises, Opp. Mechanics' Instiiute. TESTIFY TO %NDfRECOMMEND NURIIj ENDRES, of Burbon Street, Bundabcrg (Q.), writes: " I' was so ill I longe...
TELEPHONE FACILITIES FOR MOOROOPNA. AN EXCHANGE PROPOSED INTERVIEW WITH DEPUTY POSTMASER-GENERAL. A FAVORABLE REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
TELEPHONE FACILITIES FOR MOOROOPNA. an exchange proposed interview' "with deputy postmaser-fleneral. A FAVORABLE REPLY. A representative deputation whilst in Melbourne last week waited on the Deputy Postmaster-General to ur^e upon him the necessity of es tablishing a telephone exchange at jslooroopna. With some 32 sub scrihers from Ardmona. and nine-or ten from Mooroopna, it was sug gested that they would be entitled to an all night exchan-e Mr Bryce considered >he proposition a good one, and said that he would imme diately send two officers up to Moo roopna to confer with one another, and if agreeable, put the exchange in This will mean a great boon to those who use the 'phone through Moo roopna, for the trunk line will be tappe# at Mooroopna, and conver sations may be had day or night. At present cal's have to go through Shepparton. Mr M'Kenzie "desired to bring before ihe Minister a litt'e reform that should be made in regard to ihe telephone communication be tween Mooroopna p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
AUTUMN AND WINTER COOPS NOW SHOWING The House for Good Value—Shepparlo GENTS' HATS. . AND OVERCOATS! Are TWO SPECIALS —5HOWING WILSON & MORRIS. "MENS' CASH MERCERS," SHEPi'ARTO.N. -INSPECTION INVITED. mmmm Something Worth Knowing! > Large Reduction in Price of the World's Best Cycles. Now is your timo to get the Best CYCLE at a LOW i'RICE. The Genuine " MASSEY," fully equipped ._ ... £15 10s The Everlasting " RED BIRD" „ ,, £13 IOs And all the other tnake9 of the reputable firm REDUCED likewise. YOUR OLD MACHINE taken as part payment. Second-hand CYCLE. plenty to choose from. REPAIRS to all make of Cycles. - A large *tock of ACCESSORIES at LOWEST PRICE. MOTOR CYCLES for Sale. Brazing, Enamelling, and Xickelling THE CANADA CYCLE AND MOTOR AGENCY. W. R. PURTON, Proprietor. I 1914 WINTER MILLINERY 1914 f ooooooocxsoooooooooooeooooooooocooooooocxjooc NOVEL. REFINED. EXCLUSIVE. AT HARRIS'S you will lind the NEWEST AND SMARTEST OF CREATIONS, made oil the premises by Experts and...
SHEPPARTOM GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
i ' SHTCVPART;>N (IIJN -CLUii. •: £vyAflci'. the' summer adjcurn ; nient the Shepparlon tiun tllub will open the season on \.'ed v nesday, 'April 29, with the pre sident's trophy, open I" members and several sweepstake*. Mr Ack lliir-r will visit ijliep partoii (in Tuesday, May 5. For j '.'urtlier particulars as to hours see advertisemtiit. ; A meeting of bachelors will be ! held in [lie Mechanics at 8 p.m. I mi Thursday;-'business,--general and to receive" lists re ball./ . Annual meeting-, Shepparton ' and District : Junior Football Association,. Friday, May 8, at 8 p.ni. at Nolan's Criterion Ud._ &lt; tel.
LOCAL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
LOCAL MARKET8. Bgtteh (selling)... Is 2d to la 4d . Egos (giving) ... la '2d doz Bacon (selling) ... Is to Is 2d lb ' Ham (selling)... la 2d to ls4d lb Wheat (giving) ... 3s o£d'bushel CllAFF (selling) ... £3 5a ton Onions (selling) .„ 9s per owt - Potatoes (selling) new 8 a owt. Flour (soiling) ... 16s 3d bag N: Bban (selling) " Is Id baa ' Pollard (selling) : is Id bus . Cau Skins (giving).. 6d per lb - •Shxep Skins (giving) 3£d per lb Bibe 'giving) ^ 4jd perlh ;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
SALES AT SHGPMRTON OOR- \ PORATIOS YARDS. r-Q—— CAT I'LL ... APRIL 28 PIGS . MAY 4 SHEEP ... MAY 5 AUCTION 8ALE8 TO COME. Tuesday, April 28. Shepparton Cattle Sale. Sale Dairy Cows, Kyabram. Wednesday, April 29. P. Daly's- Clearing, Wyuna. Thursday, April 30. F. A. Cronk's Clearing, Shep E. Tatura Stock Sale. Friday, IVlay 1. Toolamba Stock .Sale. Saturday, May 2. J. J. Templeton's horses, etc. Tatura Pig Sale. Monday, May 4. Shepparton Pig Sale. Yabba Nth. Stock Sale. Tuesday, May 5. Shepparton Sheep Sale. Wednesday, May 6. Shepparton Special Horse Sale Thursday, May 7 . Tatura Stock Sale. - Friday, May 8. Sheppartoii bpecial Slock Sale Mr». AI. Hay's Clearing, Dookie Monday, May 11. Marungi Stock Sale. Dookie Stock Sale. . Tuesday, May 12. Shepparton Lat.tle Sale. Wednesday, May 13. Xalinga Stock bale. Thursday, May 14. Katandra Stock Sale. Monday, May 18. Kialla Stock Sale. Dookie Stock Sale. Tuesday, May 19. Shepparton Sheep Sale. Wednesday, May 20. Caniainbo Stock Safe. Monday,...
CONCERNING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
CONCERNING PEOPLE. Mr Gooley. a a Shepparton |)n-i i\ jins i.-.j| transferred in ..Oi.-.-, i ing at Hie i! u .if month. Mr II. St-wart. uh" boon on l-J in&lt;&lt;n11.'.-aw. resume duly lu-iv. Mr i proved courle.oi- and &lt;>iiits;r:r| in the discharge ••! hi- ]uk duties. and his many fri-mfe j«a| in wishing him -p iv j.pr.: lion. A visitor to Siii-ppartL-n Moudav last wa- Mr II. &lt;;&lt;v; M.H.R. (W.A. . a rath.-r .listia-1 guishcd politieian. Cri-M* t" • tering into Federal p"Iiii'> ft Gregory was a nvijii>>-i- '>f of tie Legislative Assemidy ..f WV-wa Australia. He ln-M ..iiio-a-)fc ister of Mines and Ituilway successive Minis! rle-. .Mr to:-1 ory. who was "ti a vi-it I.. brother, the \vel!-kn"\m M4.J keeiier of Murehis.'n. \va- at. companies to sliepi&lt;ai-t"K l>y lis brother and .Mr &lt;;:i u>U known resident ..f .Miavhi-i district. On Monday aft.ra.iee the parly weiii tlie parton estates. Mr tiv-i-ij...