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Shepparton News Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY, APRIL 27. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
Sfoepparton Reios Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY. APRIL 27. Thero is just a faint glimmer of light- vislible from behind the dense cloud which has obscured Federal politics for some time, past. It is the movement to elect a nonparty workable Ministry for the two years that the presen Parliament has to run. The Pro posal is-by no means new, so far as State politlics are concerned, and it lacks the element-of no velty in Federal politics. Some months ago, in dealing with liia position into which paities na\e drifted we offered the suggestion tfhat it. might not be impossible '•to bring about a reconciliation 01 i the extremes on both sides m order that the country's business might be undertaken. References were made to coalitions which had been brought about in State politics between two seem'mgly irreconcilable parties, when matters had reached a deadlock. Crises have been averted in .this way. It has to be admitted that in those days statesmen were at the head of af...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
SATISFACTION IN CLOTHES . YOU GET IT HERE AT \ WARDROP'8 Premier Tailoring Establiah ment. -SUITS full of charaoter: suits that mark tho wearer as a man most particular in matters of dress, such are WARDROP'S TAILORED SUITS. Our Representatiye (Mr. Syd. Thomas) visits this distnot every two months. WARDROP, The Quality Tailor., SMITH ST.. COLLINGWOOD.
UNDERA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
UiSDERA. Quite an enjoyabe afternoon's tennis itook place at Undera on Wednesday last when a team from North Mooroopna jour_ neyed to Undera to try conclu sinos with local team. The re sult was a decided one for North Mooroopna. The visitjing team was represented by Mesdames Kilpatrick, Norton, Rowe; Mes ses Redrop, and Sherry; Messrs Kilpatrick, Norton, Rowe: Mis Rowe; while Undera had Misses J. Warren, F. Sleeth, M. Maddi son, B. Davies, M. Quinlan; Mes srs H. ai'Ilroy, Tonkin, Warren (i), Charlie Beckwith and E. Brine. The energetic secretary (Mr R. Warren) had all the ar rangements in splendid order and the ladies provided after noon tea. Quite a pleasant time was spent. Results: North Moo roopna, 5 sets; Undera, 2sets. Another 20 points of rain fell This for Jhe month has made 53 points, not nearly enough t.o make it safe to sow. A good downpour here would be wel comed for only about 4 inches of the top soil is so far mois tured. A number of farmers are busy drilling, while a g...
WORKERS' UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
WORKERS' UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB. The annual meeting of the Workers' United Football Club was held on: Friday night at Nolan's Criterion Hotel. Mr. H. Wilson was in the chair, and there was a fair attendance. The balance sheet showed re ceipts to have been £6/19/6, and expenses £6/11; surplus 8/0.—It was adopted on the motion of Messrs R. Patterson and G. Taylor. Mr A. Hampton moved, and Mr ,1. Power^seconded, "Thai the Workers' United re-form, and join the junior association."— Carried. The oflicers for the coming season were elected as follow:— President, Sir W. J. Nolan; vice. president^ Mr R. Darby; secre tary and treasure!', Mr C. Col lins; committee, Messrs J Power, G. Holland, J. Davies, H. Martin, 0. ColliiTs; delegates, Messrs G. Taylor ana R. Patterson. It was decided to.gel. 100 tic kets of membership printed, and sold at 2/6 each. . Mr P. J. O'Day, accountant ut the Commercial Bank, Tatura, has been promoted, and trans ferred to. Melbourne. His -■succes sor is 'Mr Yelland, ...
FOR SWEET CHARITY'S SAKE. HOSPITAL SUNDAY IN SHEPPARTON. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DEMONSTRATION. PROCESSION FROM SHIRE HALL. FAVORED BY SPLENDID WEATHER. CROWDED AUDIENCE AT STAR THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
I FOR SWEET CHARITY'S8AKE. HOSPITAL SUNDAY IN SHEP PAIITON. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DEMON. STRATION. PROCESSION FROM SHIRE . HALL. FAVORED BY SPLENDID WEATHER. CROWDED AUDIENCE AT STAR ■ THEATRE. Grateful hearts for such mag nificent weather' might have been expected to prompt a gen erous response at the Star Thea tre for funds in aid> of the Mooroopna hospital. It was the Friendly Societies, day out, and a brave show they made, with banners and bannerettes, mem bers wearing their beautiful re faiia, as they marched from the hire Hall in Nixon-street, down WyndhamTstreet, thence along the whole length of High-street, and north into Fryers-street, to l.lie gathering place.. ; The procession,; wWich was formed at 2.30 p.m., was mar shalled by Drum-major Charles Bailey Clown Band). It went off about. 150: strong in the follow ing order:— ^ Shepparton Town Band. - Manchester UnityJ.O.O.Fi' j: . Independent'.Order; of Oddfol lows.\ " . AncienrOrder of 'Foresters. • Shepparton Model Band.' ...
DOOKIE. A.W.N. LEAGUE. FAREWELL TO REV R. F. AND MRS TACON. COMBINED PICNIC. 'GINGERNUT" HAS GONE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
DO OKIE. . -- • A.W.N. LEAGUE." FAREWELL TO REV R. F. AND MRS TACON. COMBINED PICNIC. " 'GINGERNUT" HAS GONE. ihn a ¥' successful meeting of, the Australian Women's Natio ™ ;0£a?.ue WS,S held at &lt;-he Vic wi.in AP' on TueS£lay. 21sfc inst., J.' l„h,ei'e was-a large atten dance of members. In the ab sence of the president ( (Mrs. F. fM*v« I t L n' Yice president nhVit" T i*10^ occupied the A..de?A of correspondence £with, and keen interest shown by the members pre sent. Much discussion ensued in. connection with the candi dates for the Senate ballot, which is now taking place, and the re nu!i!^»7 S are being anxious. v 2f » • Thc secretary (Mrs. F. read a very interesting n»aw1T\?tr-Ui?-ll¥e PaPer on "Be Heady which was greatly an pi eciated by. all. The Cosgrove branch .of the league held its meeiiing at Mrs. R, Roe's rcsi dence, Pine Lodge, on Thursday last,- when there was again a good muster of members. The chair was occupied by Mrs Powles (vice president), and ©ical en...
DISTRICT NEWS. NORTH MOOROOPNA. A LIVE DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. NORTH MOOROOPNA. A LIVE DEBATING SOCIETY, The smoke social to celebrate the opeiTing of the debating so., ciety re-formed here recently, was held on Friday night., April "17. at the residence of Mr G. Kilpatrick. There was a very good attendance of members. Before the social started a brief meeting was held to elect offi cers for the present, season. The following gentlemen were elec. Led:—President, MivHowe; vice president, Mr J. Norton; hon. secretary and treasurer, Mr R. Ranton. It was arranged to hold the first debate on Saturday night, the 25th inst., the sub ject being "Is it practicable to build a public hall in North Moo roopna." Mr Rowe is taking the affirmative and Mr Ranton tho negative sides. As there has been a lot of discussion on this sub ject here lately, the debate is looked forward to with a good deal of interest. After this busi ness was finished Cr F. Mitchell was elected chairman for the evening, and soon had every one in a happy frame of mind. A ...
G. V. MOTOR CYCLING CLUB. INAUGURAL MEETING ELECTION OF OFFICE BEARERS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
Q. V. MOTOR CYCLING CLUB. INAUGURAL MEETING ELECTION OF OFFICE BEARERS. A meeting was held iu the Mechanics' Institute on ThursV day night, April 23, to consider' the question of forming-a motor cycle club. It was decided that a club be formed under the; name: of The Goulburn Valley Motor Cyclists Club. • The following officers were elected: .President, Mr.. M. T. ■M'Alpine; vice-presidents, Mes srs T. Irvine, N. Eunson and W. Tuttlc; committee, Messrs A. Clydesdale, \V. B. Hoare, C. Hood, M. Halpin and J. Moller The subscription was fixed at 2/6 per annum. The object of the club is to or ganise runs and tours, for holi days and week-ends, and the ad vancement of motor cycling in general. The. rules -provide - for all runs (,q_s be conducted on the. sectional method, so as to pro hibit excessive pace. :. Y The committed and foundation members feel sure that with the co-operation of the motor cycl ists hi the district the'.club will. Ilourish.and provide Ileal thy :en joyment for all...
VIOLET TOWN SHIRE ENGINEER. HIS BRIGHT APPOINTMENT. A LIVELY DISCUSSION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
i VIOLET TOWN SHIRE ENGINEER. r ... t HIS BRIGHT APPOINTMENT. 3 c A LIVELY DISCUSSION. At Mo.nday:s council meeting, f during ordinary business Cr Wil 1 son referred to the latter portion > of the engineer's report, stating > that he had accepted tie posi1 ; lion of engineer at Bright. This • was not right as they were pay L ing him a good salary ana ne l should~be'available at all times ; instead of being perhaps, 100 I miles away. They could consider lie Bright shire as private prac . tice and if the engineer wanted . to carry on at Bright, he should . work Bright alone—not try to do • both Bright and Yiojet Town. I The president didn't, see that . they could do anything. They i had agreed to allow private • practice, and he did not regard the engineer's action as other than taking on private practice. He would only be a consulting engineer at Bright. Lr Black: If Mr Crowther can , And time to work Bright as well as here—well -and good. No one would be down on him sooner if ...
CLIMBING THE TREE. RESULTS OF INDUSTRY AND FRUGALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
CLIMBING THE TREE. RESULTS OF INDUSTRY AND : ' - FRUGALITY. ' iTiday's "Age" tells the highly ! interesting story of a well known 1 Mildura settler Mr. H. Jacobs as i evidence of how a layman may '■ become a successful farmer. It is, worthy of reproduction as showiag what may be done by any frugal and industrious man ! ni ."Victoria. As a young man,' Mr. Jacobs landed in Melbourne j in 1889 to lind no substance be- : nealh "the glowing reports that,' had attracted h-im to a city re- I puled to be humming with busi- ! ncss activity: He ran into the collapse of the historic" land • boom.: -With m.oney sufficient ! only to pay his fare.back to Eng_-; land, the disappointedtseeker of ' an antipodean Eldorado was dis ' inclined to return to his people and admit failure. Attracted by 1 an announcement issued by. Hie 1 (jhaliey Bros., Mr. Jacobs worked i his way from Melbourne through ' Swan Hill to Mildura, where he secured a job as a laborer at 7/ per day. * I''or two years he was engage...
SHEPPARTON IMPERIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
SHEPPARTON IMPERIALS. 1 ' Tlio annual meeting of the Shepparton ' Imperial Football Club was held at ; Nolan's Criterion Hotel on Friday even ' ing, when thore was a fair attend unci) of members present, presided over by Mr H. Fidler (president). Tiie president stated ■ tliey had won tho premiership with an ui.beaten record, and a credit balance i in hand; Mr T. Smith was elected presi dent ; senior vioe president, Mr D. Mor j t»un ; junior, Mr_J. Connors ; .seoretary, ' Mr E. ChesselU; committee, Messrs' M. i Connors, H. Burns, G.: Williamson, R. and E. Maskell, M. Mahoney, and : H. Fidler; delegates and oollectors, Messrs l Burns and Chessells; goal umpire, Mr. A 1 Howes. It was decided to join the junior I association. Mr Fidler donated 10s6d. - The member's tickets were fixed at 5s, with lady members at 2s 6d. :
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
j DON'T NEGLECT. ! A COMMON: QASE 01- PILES. I- ; IT MAY LEAD TO SERIOUS TVE j ' SULTS.. ' .. | . xV'hen people generally uuder , stand ih'al all such fatal diseases [as:Fistula. -Ulecf of the Ilecl.imi, (.Fissure, etc., almost invariably ('begin: in asimple case- of Piles. ' they will learn the wisdom of iaking prompt treatment for the : ii rSf, appearance, of Hi is troubil. Doari's Ointment is unequalled .for every farm of Piles, Itching, Bleeding. Protruding:: and/ Blind Piles, and hundreds of lives have been saved bv using this cheap luil, effective rcmedv right, at. the start,, because al~ such- times a single , pot has often : effected ;i euro,-' while in -the old. deep seated,; chronic,: cases, several pots 'are - sometimes necessary, ilere is a case:-^ A- ;Mr;~Hwiryi^V>ung,. Hlackmit.h. Moudc StreetitShepparl.on, says: "For.eighteen-months^! was un_ ■fortunate enough to be troubled with-itching1"piles/ the .irrital.ioir i at times' being-very-trying. All I who have been a...
FOOTBALL. SHEPPARTON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
FOOTBALL. 8HEPPART0N CLUB. . A committee meet'ng of the Sheppartun Football Club was bold on Friday night at the Goulburn Valley Hotel. Present : Messrs W. B. Hoare (in the chair), VV. A. M'Kinnon. W. C. Anderson, H. VVare, 0. Bailey, S. Wade, R. W. Ander son, L. J Michel, H. Mitchell, J. Nixon, and H. Canet secretary. An apology was acceptod from Mr R. Gearin. On the motion of Messrs Anderson and Mitchell it was douided to ask the local juniors to play a match on Wednesday Jiext. It was decided on the motion of Messrs Ware and Michel to play a match oii tlio Sheppartou resurve on Wednesday, I\lay 6! An amount of 40s was passed for poity oasb. > It was resolved, on the motion of Messrs Anderson and Mitchell to present r Mr T- Geisler, who is leaving the district for Melbourne, .with a medal, valued at £1 1/ ; presentation to be made at tho Goulburn Valley Hotel at 8 p.m to-niqht,
CENTRAL RESEARCH FARM WERRIBEE. A VISITOR'S IMPRESSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
CENTRAL RESEARCH Fan,, WERRIBEE AR|" j A VISITOR'S I.M !*lti;ss[ij.\s I j As. its name implie., u,, • bu.jially a res-arch ran., ivarious problems up,,,.,'..; :rr ! l,o agricultural an,| pasloraV "3 ; suits can be scicnliliculiv J by specially brum.-d aaV'2;1 i &lt; tie special supervision >.r \7 ,jh. V. Richard .-?&lt; in, m i (Ag.), agricultural «ui.,'.'r;., dent.'The (.muHium ValU-V'1" iner, whether he juaeti.-V. T extensive or iiuoit~iv.- ; cultivation, will l.«-re Urn, , to interest him, nav, . ",l? l'rpin which ho can 'u.,s ly. In the excellent -•( ;ui(|,. a i published for the l..-in'tii i.f u" J.ors who inspect,-,| ||„. f.u •• beplember, tIi.- a^fi.-uH„rai 1X ermtemleiil state.-,: - j'h,. for the farm is not alu'J £ ;eiaily profitable iv-nli- s„ h''7 ;the farm itself is c^ni-riiii-ii to confer on apjrii-ui;u;-.- th,. iJ jellts of modern sei.-utiii, ces hy the pros-cut en ! ligations ami trial.- ii^T 'lical and accural -iv i&lt;r.,r,u conditions con...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 27 April 1914
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
fJIO &lt;H75NTOR» PATENTS Obtained in Commonwealth and Else where for improved methods of Appli ances, Tools, etc., of any description Full Information, Coats, etc., Bent on application to O. SA.033S. C.E. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS, Corner Cclllns and William 5ts., MELBOURNE.
Quite Enough. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
Quite Enough. ~Mr. Irvin S. Cobb, the American writer of short stories, returning from a trip in the Western States, found that a close friend of his had fallen into the hands of the law. He hurried down to the friend's lawyers. "Why, Jack is the dearest, kindest, most honest man in the world!" he said. "You must' call me as a wit ness to his character." "Not while I'm his lawyer," was the reply. "I know just what would hap prn. The other man's lawyer would ask your occupation. And you would say, 'I'm a writer of fiction.' And the lawyer would get up and stand over you and look into the dark recesses of your heart for a time. And by and by, despairing of finding one sweet, aspiring thought in you, he would turn to the jury. And he would exchange an intelligent, libellous smile wth the twelve. And then he would sit down, and. without even troubling to look in your direction, ho would say. 'That is quite enoug'i, Mr. Cobb. You may stand down."" "Now, Charles, let us make up a list of ...
HOW TO AVOID NEURALGIA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
HOW TO AVOID NEURALGIA. Two of the commonest causes of neuralgia are neglected decaying teeni and eye-strain, it may be thaV no one partcular tooth is badly decayed, there may be no. actual toothache that the sufferer can point to as the rea son for those shooting pains about the cheek or jaw, which he endures almost nightly. • Nevertheless, in about 50 per cent, of the cases the Ueth are at the root of the trouble. Clearly the dentist in such cases is the right doctor, and as a rule a me dical man will send his patieDt to the dentist. Many people whose neural gia is due to eye-strain are not con scious of anything the matter with. their sight, it may. to only when they seek medical advice that the sugges tion of eye trouble is made to them: they go to the oculist, glasses are,pre scribed, and the neuralgia disappears. we may be in a certain physical condition which renders us particular ly ready for neuralgia, the scale hems turned by comparatively such small things as a draught or...
ASK YOURSELF THE QUESTION [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
ASK YOURSELF THE QUESTION Whore did you get" thai hat? where did you get that tile? Where did you get those boots? at Marshall's, and they're Just the stylo. It pays l.o buy his footwear for they just, do wear-a, while: 'Tis tt tribute to your common sense wtocn.you give to him a trial. Opposite Sheppartoa-'News."