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SPORTING FIXTURES. GOULBURN VALLEY DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 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 : M.eY 27 Tatura v Shepparton Rochester v Echuca Kyabram v Mooroopna Junx 3 Shepparton v Rochester Mooroopna v Echuca Tatura v Kyabram JusN. 10 Kyabram v Shepparron Rochester v Mcoroopna Echuca v Tatura JUss 17 Shepparton v Echuca Mooroopna v Tatura Kyabram v Rochester Matches played on grounds of first named clubs.
OLYMPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 June 1914
OL Y MP IA. '.N THE ARENA OF SPORT. .:FOOTBALL NOTES. BY "i HALF-BACK." Last Wedneesday's Match at Kyabram Was by no means lacking in stronu ou0ness. It was apparent that some players had gone on the field to win by fair means or foul, This was specially noticeable by the contemptible actions of at least two of the home team. A gloom seemed to come over the majority of the speotators after the un fortunate accident to Joe Pattison just before the first quarter closed. As the central umpire was apparently lacking in that firmness which charao terised his decisions during the lirst 10 minutes of play, fears were expressed in the second quarter that the players mieht set beyond contrnol altnothar nan so not oeU n ear too wisdom dish played by many players on both sides, the umpire's task in the second half would probably have been beyond his powers of fulfilment. _ I do not intend to comment upon the individual merits of the Shepparton players, for, under the trying circum stances whic...
HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY. GOOD COUGH MIXTURE RECIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 June 1914
HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY. GOOD COUGH MIXTURE RECIPE. By a Qualified Chemist. A splendid medicine that is good for coughs, influenza, colds, and sore throats can now be made quite easily at home. There is no boiling, cr ,bother, or ffss of any kind. Get one bottle of Hlean's Essence from your chemist and mix with sugar, treacle and swater, as per simple directions. This will give you a pint, or about eight eighteenpenny bottles of warm ing, soothing. stimulating, curing cough and cold medicine. It takes hold of a cough or cold, comforts sore throats, removes phlegm,. and reduces feverishness in a way that means business from the first dose. You can feel this mixture do you good all the way down. For influenza, asthma, whooping and other coughs, it proves a boon wherever used. It has a good tonic effect; helps the appe tite: and is very slightly laxative. .Iaking this mixture at home brings the cost of an cighteenpenny bottle down to less than fourpence. lIean's Essence is sold by most chemi...
FARMERS' CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 June 1914
FARMIERS' CONVENTION. The twelfth annual confereno of the Chamber of Agriculture, which is more widely known as the Farmers' Conven tion, will be hold at Maryborough on June l0th and July lst and 2nd. It will be officially opened by His Excel. oneoy the Governor, and several other distinguished visitors have been invited to attend. A special train for the dale. gates and their wives will leave Spencer. street.on the forenoon of June 29th, stopping on route at Bacohus Marsh, Ballan, Ballarse, Creswiek, and Clnnes, A departure has been made in arrang ing the business of the conference by having the various papers on agricul tural subjects printed in advance and circulated among the delegates before. hand. By this means it is hoped to promote discussion at the c'nvention, as members will be acquainted with the substance of the essays before debating the points raised. The intention also is to develop the interest of the agricul f......1 e..,l, n.hF.t s.rrnfftnts the sham. bor by making...
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 June 1914
COURSING. The following dates have been allotted for coursing meetings in tho North Eastern district during the ensuing season:- Euroa-June 8, July 4, August 8, September 5. lyabram-June 4, July 1 and 2, August 6, September 3. St James-May 29, June 26, July 31. Dookie-July 29. Mansfield-May 23, June 20, July 18, August 15, Septemdber 12. Cobtam-June 3, July 8, August 26. Yabba North--July 15. Murchison-June 27, July 31, August 1 and 29, September 12. Tatura-May 27, June 16, July 22 and 23, August 25. Nsgambie-July 10. August 20. Elmore--May 20, June 17, July 8 and 9, August 19, September 9. Katamatite-Juneo 18, July 23 and 24, August 20. Shepparton--May 13, June 10, Jily 14 and 15, August 11 and 12, Sep ember 9. Bena!l--June 3, July 7 and 8, August 4 5, and 26. Mr F H Farze, J P, proprietor of the Nathalia " Herald" for the past 24 years, has sold out to Mr J F W Wheller; a well-known business man of that town. Miss Winnie Sherry of Undera, is at present an inmate of the Mooroopna H...
JUNIOR ASSOCIATION. May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 June 1914
JUNIOR ASSOCIATION. May 27. Shepparton Imperial v Wdrkers' 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 West Workers' United v Arcadia Grahamvale v Silver Star June 17 Silver Star v Shepparton Imperial Arcadia v Caniambo West Workers' United v Grahamvalo July 1 Shepparton Imperial v Grahamvale Caniambo West v-Workers' Unitcd Silver Star v Arcadia Matches played on ground of first named club; second round grounds re-_ versed. At the conclusion of the second round (minor premiership), the four leading teams will play of for the major premiership. In the event of the club winning the minor premiership being de feated in the play-off, it shall have the right to a challenge match.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 June 1914
Sales at Shepparton Corporation Yards. CATTLE ..... JUNE 23 SHEEP ... ... JUNE 16 PIGS ... ...... ... JUNE 29 SALE FIXTURES FOR JUNE. Sheppsrton pig sale Mitpoll stock sale Matungi stork sale TueEday, June 16 Shepparton sheep sale Thursday, June 18 Shepparton special horse sale Tatura stock sale Friday, June 19 Tatura special horse sale Monday, June 22 - Undera stock asle Dookie special stcek sale Kialla stock sale Tuesday, Peune 23 Stepplaton cattle sale Thursday, June 25 Tatura stock sile Tallygarcopne stock sale Fiday, June 26 Shepparton special stock sale Saturday, June 27 Tatura pig sa'e Mcorcopna horse sale Monday. June 29 Murchison stock sale Ehepparton pig sale Tuesday, June 80 Shepparton sheep sale Something Cheap in Wheat Land. "C lF'OX 95TOOD. , SITUATED 1 mile from town, and 6 miles from railway-station and three miles from the Dubbo-Werris Creek line, now under construction AREA-1551 Acres, C.P. and C.L Capital value £1 per acre, rent on C L 31 per acre. Selected in 190...
SPORTING FIXTURES. GOULBURN VALLEY DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 18 June 1914
SPORTING FIXTURES. GOULBtURN VALLEY DISTRIOT 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: ~IMA 27 Tatura v Shopparton Roohester v Echuoa Kyabram v Mooroopna JUNE 8 Shepparton v Rochester Mooroopna v Eohuca Tatura v Kyabram Juxe 10 Kyabram v Shepparton Rochester v Mooroopna Echuca v Tatura JuNe 17 Shepparton v Eohuca Mooroopna v Tatura Kyabraen v Rocheoster Matches played on grounds of first named clubs.
GOULBURN VALLEY WHEAT YIELD. SHEPPARTON'S FREEZING WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 18 June 1914
GOTULBURN VALLEY WHEAT YIELD. SHEPPARTON'S FREEZING WORKS. From a general average of the districts in the Goulburn Valley there are indications that the November wheat yield will com pare favorably with its predecessors -(says the "Argus"). The early sown crops came away well, and their prospects were considerably enhanced by the recent rainfall. In other instances the rain came - just as the seed was planted, enabling the grain to get a good start and providing it with reserve moisture to carry it on for some time. All crops would now benefit from a fall of half" an inch. Still, if necessary, they will hold out over a reasonable period with out serious check. The cause which gives rise to general satis faction is the fact that there is yet a deal of rain to fall before the average of the year is reached. With but five or six inches on account, and the year-neatly half gone, there are between 10 and 12 inches to fall during the ensuing half-year before the average is reached. There ...
CITIZENS' MEETING—AND THE MILITARY. SPORTS PROGRAMME OF AUGUST 5th AGREED TO. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 18 June 1914
CITIZENS' MEErING-AND THE MILITARY. SFORTS PROGRANIIE OF AU. GUST 5th AGREED TO. A meeting of the citizens' com mittee in aid of the Defence Forces was held at the Shire Hall on Mon day evening, Captain R H Wed delt (area officer) presiding. Apo logies were received from Mr W Gibbs and Mr H T Lanyon. Mr J Pick (hon. secretary) inti mated that Dr H J Cook (now on his way to England on a holiday) had contributed £1 ; Mr J E Byass had promised a trophy ; and Mr H A Fisher had given 5s. On the motion of Sergt-Major Hudson, seconded by Lieut Wil liamson, it was decided to have a special night for the presentation of trophies won at the. proposed sports. The following committees were then appointed : Light Horse events-Messrs H A Fisher, W F Bowen, J Hillier, A Whitehead and Lieut Down. Infantry events Messrs A H Wale, W M'C Aber nethy, J P Downey and J P M'Lennan Obstacle race-Messrs J Martin, W R.Parton, G V Furphy and W B Hoare, Another decision was that the programme of events should ...
An Awkward Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 18 June 1914
An Awkward Mistake. A farmer had determined, in spite of the bad times, to pay his rent if it were his last shilling, and, saying to the factor who received it: "It is my ast shilling," he threw down a roll of notes. The factor counted them and said: "There is £50 too much." "Odds, man," said the farmer, "I put my hand in the wrong pouch."
SHEPPARTON GENERAL SESSIONS. HOUSEBREAKING AT MR TREWIN'S. FOUR ACCUSED CONVICTED AND SENTENCED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 18 June 1914
SHEPPARTON GENERAL SESSIONS. HOUSEBREAKING AT MR TREWIN'S. FOUR ACCUSED CONVICTED AND SENTENCED. The Shepparton General Sessions was.held on Tuesday before Judge Johnston and a jury, when James Thompson, Thomas Cotter, Charles Fletcher and George Edward Turn bull were charged with having on May 30th, broken into the resi dence of William Alfred Trewin, at Tallygaroopna, and stolen there from a silver watch, a gold chain, a gold sovereign case, a gold pen dant, a pair of silver sleeve links, a pair of opera glasses, a £1 note and some other articles of the total value of £15. Thompson and Turnbull pleaded guilty to receiving: when Mr Leon, Crown Prosecutor, said he inten ded to proceed on the frast count (housebreaking) against all four accused. - Mr A R Long was elected foreman of the jury. The facts of the case have al ready appeared in this journal; and Mr Leon proceeded to briefly nar rate them to the jury. The same witnesses were called -Mr and Mrs W A Trewin, Mrs Louisa Inglis ...
MESSRS PALMER AND MITCHELL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 18 June 1914
. MESSRS PALMER AND MITOHELL. At a largely attended meeting of the Nathalia branch of the People's Party, it was decided to take a bal on the question of nominating Mr Palmer, M.H.R, for the Echuca electorate. It was also decided to form a committee to secure the re turn of Mr J D Mitchell for the Gonlbure Valley seat, he being the selected candidate.
SHEPPARTON'S PEOPLE'S PARTY. THE FEDERAL POLITICAL HOUR. MR PALMER NOMINATED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 18 June 1914
SHEPPARTON'S PEOPLE'S PARTY. THE FEDERAL POLITICAL HOUR. MR PALMERI NOMINATED. The Shepparton branch of the People's Party met at the Me chanics' on Monday evening; Mr John Sutherland presiding. The chairman gave a resume of the work done, and stated that the total number of members of the branch was, up to recently, 149, and all, with one exception, had received ballot papers in connec tion with the recent pre-election -Senate ballot. The one excep tion was with reference to a mem ber who had left the district, and was now residing at Dandenong. The Federal electorate committee met on May 19th at Shepparton, when a scheme was agreed to for the sub-division of the electorate into sections, for. the purposei of facilitating organisation work. 'It was resolved at a meeting at Nu murkah of the Echuca Federal committee that the question of nominating a candidate be referred to various delegates of branches for their prompt consideration and the next meeting would be held at Shepparton o...
OLYMPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 18 June 1914
OLYMPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPOIT. GUN CLUB. Shepparton Gun Club held a shoot on Wednesday June 17th, 866 birds passing through the traps; the principal event being the £.10 match, divided by: J Daish, E Guyatt, and W Burgers, with £3 6s 83 each ; 4 kills. No 1 Sweep (sparrows). Won by G A Quinlan; 6 kills. No 2 Sweep. Divided by A Quinlan and E Guyatt; 7 out of 8 kills. No 3 Sweep. Won by E Gnyatt; G kills. No 4 Sweep. Won by J Downey; 6 kills, No 5 Sweep. Won J Daish ; 6 Kills. No 6 Sweep (first miss out). Di vided by E Alexander and W Burges; 4 kills. So 7 Sweep (first miss out). Di vided by E Alexander and A Quinlsn ; 3 kills. No 8 Sweep (25 yards). Divided by D hess and-A Quinlan ; 3 kills.
TAKE PEPS REGULARLY. THE REAL SAFEGUARD AGAINST THROAT AND CHEST TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 18 June 1914
TAKE PEPS REGULARLY. -4-- THE REAL SAFEGUARD AGAINST THROAT AND CHEST TROUBLES. It is always beet at this danger ous time of the year to carry a box of Peps, and let one or two of these breathe-able tablets dissolve in the mouth. This is the surest way to arrest a cold or chill in its first stages, and so prevent its settling on the langs. Is TRAIN OR TRAJM Peps will enable you to ward off the danger arising from winds and draughts, or from contact with people suf fering from infectious colds, in fluenza, and chest complaints. IF A PERSISTENT TICKLING COUGIH eizcs )on, Peps will at once rid you of the cause of the irritation, and will save you from an obstinate attack of sore throat or bronchitis. FOR THE CHILDREN, the safest and most pleasant. throat and chest remedy is Peps. Peps are free from all harmful drugs, and soon stop croupiness, wheezing and bad breathing. FOR THE OLD FOLKS Peps mean restful days and peaceful nights, unbroken by the exhaust ing cough of bronchitis, or the...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 18 June 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING. The following team has been selected to represent Shepparton District Union in their match against Warrnambool District Union, on 'the Shepparton ranges, on Wednesday next: Messrs Nugent and Glasson, Shepparton; Cum mins and Inglis, Katandra; Close and 1I'Kenzie, Tallygaroopna; Brydon and Wiseman, Tatura; Goldsworthy, Rush. worth; Hazolwcotd, Murchison; Metzke, Karramomus ; Davidson Mooroopna Beer and Pockli'gton, Thyra, N.S.W; Emergencies: J E Trewin, Tally. garoogna; Mapletoft, Numurkah; Par rot, Rushworth; Hudson and Clydcs. dale, Shepparton
THE PRICE OF MEAT. WHAT ARE THE CAUSES. INCREASED WAGES, SHORTER HOURS AND HIGHER FREIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 18 June 1914
THE PRICE OF MEAT. WHAT ARE THE CAUSES. INCREASED WAGES, SHORTER HOURS AND HIGHER FREIGHT. A New South Wales exchange writes :-The astounding advance in the price of meat, which is making so many persons vege tarians in spite of themselves, is by no means -uinaccountable. Still lees does it need the invention of the imaginary machinations of any Trust to account for it. If Mr W E Abbott, of Wingen, a gentleman of high repute as to veracity, is to be believed, the causes are not so nearly far fetched as some deeply interested politicians would have us believe. Mr Abbott, raises and fattens sheep, and sells them. Therefore, he knows what they bring. Also he knows the value of the by products, such as skins, tallow, offal and tongues. He sent to Sydney recently sir trucks of prime crossbred sheep, which averaged 54~bs each dressed weight. The net return to him, after deducting commission, freight, and other charges was 13s 5d per head. The skins, tallow and tongues would be worth As pe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 18 June 1914
J. P. M'LENNAN'S. OUR GREAT Winter Winter Sale SALE. STARTS ON SATURDAY NEXT, the 20th. Winter wr~eek?s' Bargain Wime. SALE. Great Sacrifices in * Ladies' Coats. Costumes Millinery Winter Underclothing Children's 25% Hosiery Knitted SALE. Reduction Gloves Coats and Hoods on Ladies' Neckwear 4s lid Coats. Dress Materials the set. Winter Blonsings Flannels SALE. Blankets Sheetinge Clothing Winter Linolenms WintSALE. j rtains SALE. J P.P. M'LI8NNR NEURALGIC N1arln Driveun l.ad 11lgIt and Day, iut Ia llnts Conic CURED HER ]ten is a letter which all women should read, especially those twho are proe to neuralgic attrtin Nr.altt sho lpas hours of ason" aod ilt -heahth through then. Thi, letter t.l I tio-e sutrr:l loure than can I? speciall writsten of the relict of eartftgia b? Ceruuits Toan:c, ald it s s set iruont ill Clarendon Street, South Melboorue,, 8.:1 CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "For the benefit of those who suffer from Neuralgia I should like to tell them of my cure. " It is a few years...