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Checkmated. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
Checkmated. As most people know, when travel ling by train in America, the passen ger at the depot of departure hands over his luggage to the officials, and on payment of a fee receives a metal check, v.-hich he returns in exchange for his trunks on arrival at his des tination. The system has its advan tages, but also its drawbacks prob- j ably, the fatal one of loss of the i checks, for the baggage master will ] only hand over the luggage on receipt : of the vouchers. i A leading light of English Comic Opera, Miss C.P., was going from New York to Philadelphia to join a com- j pany. Like a prudent young lady, she | packed away her dollar bills in her j swanbill corsets, but her baggage checks she had left in her pocket. Pre-1 sently she fell asleep and did not ful- i ly awake till, in a "semi-dozy" state, j she fancied she felt a slight pull at; her dress. Opening her eyes she found that a very gentlemanly looking man was sitting nest to her. She put her hand in her pocket. The chec...
SHEPPARTON STATE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. GAS INSTALLATION. SWIMMING HOLE FOR CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
SHEPPARTON STATE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. GAS INSTALLATION. SWIMMING HOLE FOR CHILDREN. The adjourned monthly meet, ing. of J,he State-school commit tee was held on Monday night at the High School. Present: Rev Geo. Paul (in the chair), Messrs II. V/Dung, and J. R. M'Cormack, and'Rev J. \V. Thomas (corres pondent) . An apology was accep. ted from tlhe Rev N. D. Herring. Correspondence. Education department intima ted 'that Empire Day would be celebrated in State-schools on Friday May 22; the Public Works department had been ask ed to. report as to cost of in stalling gas in the head teacher's room at Shepparton State school; the contractors were-at vvork.on chairs and tables. (The correspondent, stated they had conic to hand). . ■. General. The correspondent stateid that the contract had been completed for removing pepper trees, to his satisfaction. The amount of con_ tract, £1/9, was passed, a claim to be made on the department. In regard to the gas installa tion" !the correspondent state...
A RIVER TO CROSS. CHILD'S ABSENCE FROM SCHOOL. A FEASIBLE EXCUSE IF TRUE. CASE ADJOURNED FOR INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
J' A RIVER TO CR088. CHILD'S ABSENCE- FROM SCHOOL. (a feasible excuse if true. case adjourned for inquiry. A well known district resident, named Charles Adams, was pro_ ceeded against at the police court on Tuesday for that, at Pino. Lodge South, being the parent of Evelyn A"dams, she did not attend school every half day during the week ending Feb_ ruary 1, 1914. The defendant entered a plea of "not guilty" to the charge. Sergeant Kennedy, in present, ing the facts to the court, said that the child was 13 years and five months old. Mr Knight: Any prior convic_ lion? Sergeant Kennedy: Not since I liave been hero your worship. Defendant, pleaded that there was no bridge over the Broken River in the locality, and tho child could not go to the nearest school. Sergeant Kennedy: As a mat. t&lt;er of fact no bridge is needed as the river is dry; it has not been running for some time. The P.M. remarked that the complaint was made as regards Uie lirst week in February when the condit...
A GOOD VICLIN STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
A GOOD V1CLIN STORY. . A young man, poorly clothed, pre sented himself -before a dealer In curiosities near the Palais Royal. "Sir," said he, showing a violin that he carried, "I am a musical artist; this'is the season of balls and parties, 1 have just had a long illness which has exhausted my purse; my only blacii coat is in pawn; I shall be much oblig ed if you will lend me ten francs to redeem it. I will leave as security one of the violins you see, for I have two; it is an excellent instrument, i shall return for it as soon as, thanks to my coat, I shall have earned enough money for the purpose." The young man had such an honest bearing that the dealer lent him ten francs, and kept the violin, which he hung up in the shop. . • The next day a gentleman, well dressed, wearing at his button hole the riband of the Legion of Honor, was choosing from the dealer's stock of-goods some shell work. Seeing the violin, he took it up, examining it nar rowly. > "What is the price of that i...
FIRE IN WYNDHAM STREET. A MIDNIGHT SCARE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
FIRE IN WYNDHAM 8TREET. A MIDNIGHT SCARE. ~ Shortly before midnight on Monday a Are broke out in out buildings al the rear of "Stan hope,". Mr R. LongstafT's J.P., residence at the intersection of Wyndham and Nixon-streets, and a stable and shed with con; tents,' a phaeton and Set of har ness, were compleely destroyed. An adjoining washhouse was saved, owing to the good work of the firemen. The Are was first ob served by a lad named Hampton, who sent tJie alarm to the Are station and the fire-bell was rung by Mr J. M'Menamin. Eighteen firemen were speedly at work with 900 feel of hose, and the ll&mes were subjugated before other daihage was done. The buildings and contents were covered by insurance in the A'ew Zealand Company for . £1)0.. The insurance on the ■phaeton' was £30. The total estimated loss is £70. The alarm was re ceived al the fire station at. 11.25 p.m., and Stationkeepcr Howes at once repeated it to members of the brigade who have tele phone communication est...
ONLY JOKING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
ONLY JOKING. • The following incident occurred re cently on the down mail train between Lahore and Amballa. There were five European passengers in a first-class reserved carriage. The guard of the train was an Eurasian of pronouncedly dark complexion, but a smart and in telligent man at his work for'all that. One of the first class passengers, who was a bounder, thought he would take a rise out of the guard, so, calling him to the carriage, said: "I say, guard, I've got a hat here, a real silk bow ler, complete in case which I recently purchased from ah outfitter's of Bom bay. It cost me 30 rupees; and the only fault about it is tha^it is a trifle too small for me. Judging by the Bize of your head, it will probably fit you. Would you mind accepting it?" ' The guard, gratified at the prospect of such a present, readily expressed acceptance. The passenger, holding the hat over the panel of the carriage, said, "Here you are, guard; here's the hat, case and all, but just as the guard pu...
DRILL SHIRKERS. SENIOR CADETS BEFORE THE COURT. "A" COMPANY'S REPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
DRILL SHIRKERS. . i - SENIOR CADETS BEFORE THE COURT. "A" COMPANY'S REPUTATION. "" Seven member of the A Com. pany, 57th battalion, Senior cadets were summoned to the Court of Petty Sessions on Tues day, to answer charges of absent ing themselves without leave from a compulsory parade on the 15tli April, contrary to section 135 of the Defence Act. Ihree uf the cases were disposed of m he open co.urt; the other four came before the Children's Court and were heard privately. Mr. R. Knight, P.M., adjudicated, and Lieutenant Weddell, area oflicer, prosecuted for the department. Lieutenant Weddell, in open_ ing the first case stated the at tendance of A Company was the worst in the area, and every effort, other than prosecuting, had been made to bring the at_ tendance up to a satisfactory standard. He had now decided to prosecute in every case in which a cadet absents himself without leave from a compulsory parade. I,t was hoped that by this means the evil would be stamped out. He Wished...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
SPORTING NOTES. Some Goulburn A'allcy horses have recently been engaged , in suburban events, arid, have put up good performances. At San down on Monday Bertha Maid won the First. Division Handi cap. The mare went out aL 8 to 1, §oine backers .securing "tens." Winning Post, led to the halt hall distance where Bertha Maid came fast, aiid ridden right out by the apprentice L. Tinsley, won by a length. Bertha Maid, who is a daughter of Chesterman and Lady Bertha won the Krst Di vision Handicap at' Mentone re cently from Kurrdah and Calina, and ran unplaced in Aspendale Kirs I Division Handicap, won by Winning Post, a few days later. She is owned by Mr. P. O'Connell and is trained by Mr. F. Hill." It was agreed at. a recent meet iiijr of the North Eastern Racing Clubs, at w;hich delegates from thirteen clubs wore present, to form an association. • The meet ing was an enthusiastic one, and the formation of a strong asso ciation is expected to be the re sult. Mr. Geo. Maxwell, Wanga. gara...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
THANKS Mr. and Mrs? LONfJSTAFF desiro to tender their sincere Thanks to the Fire Brigade for their prompt action in extin guishing the recent Fire on their promises; also to thank the many Friends for their kindness, help and sympathy. . DEATH. FIS1LD— On 22nd April, at her lute residence, Dandenong Klsie Lavina, the dearly loved wife of \V. R. Field, Dande nong. Loving mother of Nus«ie, Maie, and baby Lyn. god 30 years'. Deeply Mourned
THE FRUIT INDUSTRY. ROYAL COMMISSION AT MILDURA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
THE FRUlt INDUSTRY. ?;;; ROYAL COMMISSION AT MILDURA. - The Royal Commission" whicjj is inquiring into the fruit in. dustry took evidence at Mildura on Monday^ v, . . : MivTi C: Rawlings chairman of the.Jrrigation 'Trust stated that the ; total, 'area planted was Tl,345 acres. He .reckoned that a fair average yield was one ton per acre of dried Iru'it. Detailed costs of production showed an average profit of £80 oil'each fen acres owned by an absentee us ing his own capital. At present there was danger of over produc. lion of,dried fruits. If a prefer ential tarilT were established with New Zealand a large market for Australian grown fruit would .ie secured. : -Mr Wm. Hopkins, jun., . a grower, stated that, 'though linancing: "was- helpful to indi vidul jjrowers, it was overdone in M'ildura, to the dctriiiient .of inl dependent' growers. Financed growers were subject;to the cbri_ trol of the packing houses".. .Mr G. J. Degaris, fruitgrower, packer, and member of the exec_ ulive of t...
Shepperton news Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. THURSDAY, APRIL 30. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
SDepparioii l?eu>s ■ Published: J . Monday and -Thursday Evenings. THURSDAY, APRIL 30. According to statements made in connection with tha recent present ations by,the Direc'or of Education of trophies won by children at the metropolitan/schools' annual dem onstration, held in "March last, lo.ooo Slate School pupils were taught the art of swimming last year. These were largely in the metropoli tan area, where facilities exist for learning to swim. It appears, how ever, that throughout Vic oria there are 950 schools which include swim ming as part of the programme of instruction, and 200 of these schools have classes for girls in addition to those for boys. Other figures were given which showed that 120 teachers have fully complied wtth the requirements for the certificate' of competency, and 250 others have been provisionally certificated Since 191.it 7000 children have been granted certificates for p-oficiency in swimming and life saving. Unfor tunately, Shepparton is not includ...
UNLAWFULLY CUTTING TIMBER. A PLEA OF GUILTY. FINES, COSTS, ETC., £4 [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
UNLAWFULLY CUTTING . TIMBER. "-v A PLEA OF GUILTY. FINES, COSTS, ETC., £ i. vA youth named James Middle. ton, in the employ 'of Mr R. Oswald, livery stable keeper, of Wyndham-street, was charged at the police court on Tuesday, before Mr R. Kn'ight, P.M., with having. Unlawfully and malic iously cut, down nine red gum saplings, the property of. one llarry Thompson, builder and brickmaker. Mr Sutherland ap_ peared for the plaintiff, the de fendant pleading guilt.y. Mr Sutherland stated the facts of the case to be that informanit is the owner of a block of land on the Broken River, about two miles from Shepparton, 011 the Kialla road. Defendant, who was" working for Mr Oswald first of all cutidown eight saplings which he removed. He went down and cut the ninth, when informant saw him. Accused then admitted 'having cut' down the others, as well. Mr Thompson desired to preserve the timber growing on the block for his own purposes, j in future in connoction-wit 11 car_ | ryirig on his bus...
CONOERNING PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
CONOERNING PEOPLE Mrs Gillingham, National Bank, will be at home to visi tors oh the 19th and 20th May. z Rev J. A. Howell, vicar of All Saints Church of England, Tat ura, who has been absent for thr.ee months, in consequence of ill health,will resume his duties this week. - The regretted death took place on Wednesday, April 22. of Mrs I'lcld, wife of Mr \V.:R. Field,' u&lt;S; Dandenong aj. the early age of 30,j vuars. The cause of ueath '.was') heart failure, following oil man. illness of,two mouths' duration". The deceased lady was well-j known and highly respected in the Kialla and Pine Lodge dis_ Lricls. She leaves a sorrowing husband and three children— the eldest four years and the youngest two months. The late Mrs Field was of a bright dis_ position, was -loved by all who knew her, and is deeply mourned. On Monday night, at the Goul burn Valley Hotel, a presenta tion was made by members of the Shepparton Football Club, of a gold medal, suitably inscribed, to Sir. Tom ...
LOCAL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
LOCAL MARKETS. . Butter (selling)... Is 2d to 1b 4d ' Eggs (giving) ;» ls2d doz Bacon (selling) ... Is to Is. 2d lb. Ham (selling) ... Is 2d to ls4d lb Wheat (giving) ... 3b 5Jd bifthel CiiAFJr (selling) ... £8 5s ton tOfcioHS (selling)'9s per owt Potatoes (selling) - new 8 s owt. Flour (selling) ... 15s 3d bag BBAN.(8ell'n8) •- 1? »d bus • PoixABD'(selling) ia^ld bua Calf Skins (giving) Cdperlb i5x!B&p Skins (giving) 34d per lb Hide 'giving) - : 4Jd per lb " ;
MR ROBIN CUSSEN'S DEPARTURE. PRESENTATION ON RAILWAY STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
MR ROBIN CUSSEN'S DEPflu TURE. flR" PRESENTATION ON Ramw.v ■STATION. U* Mr Robin Cussen left Slmiiwai ton by last night's I rain rw Melbourne. He will sail on Tues day for London, and after a s'iic months' stay in Great Britain hp will proceed to America, where he intends to take up residence 1 in the Western States. A nuni iber of his personal friends as sembled on the platform of the local railway station to hid hjm farewell. A few minutes before the train left Mr W. Abernethy addressing Mr Cussen,, said he had been asked by a few friends to request, his acceptance of a small memento of a fairlv Inn established friendship. Thev fell that they could not allow him to leave without sonic ac knowledgment of that, friend, ship, and he (Mr AiicnwUiv had therefore been asked to pro until him willi m rr„l.i ..11 sent him with a gold albeit ami sovereign case, which tiiey wjsti c(i tvini lo accept from his sin>|). naiion friends, who wished hjm long life, a prosperous time and a-quick r...
GETTING EXPERIENCE. A NEW ARRIVAL'S TROUBLES. IN SEARCH OF WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
GETTING EXPERIENCE; A .NEW ARRIVAL'S TROUBLES. " IN SEARCH OF WORK. A young man named Arthur Morrow "enjoyed" a unique ex perience on Tuesday which is,not likely to fade, quickly from his memory.- Morrow, who is-a ma rine engineer by occupation,' is a native of,. Edinburgh, but. has. spent the last; three years in Canada. He came to - Victoria about a; month ago,- with the in tention, .it."is. stated; ol' gaining experience before acquiring an irrigation block. He spent last week in driving about! t/hb- dis trict looking for employment. He was engaged by Mr Chanter and went to work on Monday, for the day only. On Tuesday he hired a horse and- gig from Mr W. T.; Thistleton, and drove, to Ard- ! iiiona, iii search uf.■employment.' The horse he - was driving was known as -Maori,'-' an ; animals that was highly valued l>y~"its owner. Ardmona was reached in due course'ahd; Morrow drove in_ to Messrs Pullar.'s orchard. He was abouL to fasten-the reins to the wheel, and secure-it-'with ...
FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914
FOOTBALL NOTES. A practice match was played on the Recreation Reserve day afternoon between t.-am* chosen from the sJlieppartnn uisd Imperial clubs. 'J'om Da rev and H. Burus were the respi-etivf skippers. Good form was &lt;limvn by several new player*, particu larly by M'Coll, who play-ii with the Imperials. The Rochester football i-iuir. receipts for last season totalM £322/16/. The season dnscd with a credit balance of £9/17/10. Kyabrani club's expenditure totalled £25-5/2/10, and tupped the receipts by £22/1/11. Gm siderable discussion t'"'k phuv at its annual meeting on I lie item £73/17/2,! incidental expenses, which included money pai.i to players. Kyabrani club has deride,i in rejoin the G.V.D.K. As->!i. and appointed Mesrs W. I i~i-!nv and..J. O'Brien as tle!ej:aie-.