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SPORTING FIXTURES. GOULBURN VALLEY DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 22 June 1914
SPORTING F1iXURE3S. GOULBURN VALLEY DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. The following is the draw for the fir4t round of matcheo in connection with the competition for the premiership of the G.V.D.F.A: Msv 27 Tatura v Shopparton Rfchester v Echues Kyabraon v Mooroopna Shepparton v Rochester Mooroopona v Echuc. Tatura v Kyabram Juns 10 Kyabram v Shepparron R~chester v iMooroopna Eahuca v,Tatura JuNE 17 Shepparton v Echnca Mooroopna v Tatura Kyabram v Rochester Matohes played on grounlds of first. named clubs.
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 22 June 1914
COURSING. The following datoshave been allotted for coursing meetings in the North Eastern district during the ensuing season:- Eurona-June 8, July 4, August 8, September 5. Kyabram--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 16, August 15, September 12. Cobrani--June 3, July 8, August 26. YPebba North-July 15. M'urchison-June 27, July 31, August 1 and 29, September 12. Tatura-May 27, June 16, July 22 and 23, August 25. Ngambio--July 10. August 20, Elmore--MIay 20, June 17, July 8 and 9, August 19, September 9. Katamatite-June 18, July 23 and 24, August 20. Shepparton-May 13, June 10, July 14 and 15, August 11 and 12, Sep. tembsr 9. Benlls--June 8, July 7 and 8, August 4 5, and 26.
COUNTRY PRODUCE BY POST. FROM JULY 1st NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 25 June 1914
COUNTRY PRODUCEBT POST, FROM JULY lst NEXT, The rates have been published under which country produce will be carried, on and after July 1st, and it is hoped that, by keeping a list of suppliers at the larger post offices through the slate, producer and consumer will be brought into closer business relationship. Not only will this benefit those two classes;but I ('Hickory" in the "Australasian"), believe that the system will be found suitable for small shopkeepers in the suburbs. This ha? been the experience in the United States, and it wilt be a great thing if the same comes to pass here. The large parcels of fruit and farm produce will only be taken by householders with large families and a fair income. To people of limited means the small tradesman is a boon, and the endeavor to open up wider markets will best be fostered by this means. In my opinion, as I stated when thr- matter was first mooted, after the rush due to the novelty has worked off, theEsystem will fall flat, owing ...
WOULD YOU BE POPULAR? [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 25 June 1914
WOULD YOU BE POPULAR? On this subject the following hints, which are, Cof course, sarcastic, are worth attention: Always talk about yourself. It shows individuality and a high de- I gree of self-respect. Talk frequently. People may lose valuable ideas by your silence; be sides, it is wicked to waste time by listening to the idle chatter of other folk. When you are hearing a story you have heard before, do not fail to inter rupt and tell the narrator that he is relating something as old as the hills. It saves valuable time, and will pre vent him from feeling foolishly rain of his powers. Always make as much litter as you can. It may provide employment for those who might otherwise suffer from listlessness and indolence. Never speak ill of your friends. A much greater effect may be produced if you sigh and shake your head when their names are mentioned. The list enerfs will then understand that their shortcomings are too serious to be dealt with in mere speech. If you are not universa...
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 25 June 1914
COURBING. The following dates have been allotted for coursing meetings in the North Eastern district during the ensuing season:- Euroa-June 8, July 4, August 8, September 5. Kyabram-June 4, July 1 and 2, August 6, September 3. St James--May 29, June 26, July 81. Dookie-July 29. Mansfield-May 23, Jude 20, July 18, August 15, September 12. Cobram-June 3, July 8, August 26. Yabba North-July 15. Murchison-June 27, July 81, August 1 and 29, September 12. Tatura-May 27, June 16, July 22 I and 23, August 25. Nagambie-July 10, August 20. Elmore-May 20, June 17, July 8 and 9, August 19, September 9. Katamatite-June 18, July 23 and 24, August 20. Shepparton--IMay 13, June 10, July I 14 and 15, August 11 and 12, Sep tember 9, Benall--June 3, July 7 and 8, August 4 53, and 26.
FARMERS AND THE MILL-OWNERS. THREEPENCE MORE PER BUSHEL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 25 June 1914
FARMERS AND THE MILL-OWNERS. THREEPENCE MORE PER BUSHEL. The action of the Mill-owners' Association of Victoria in offering 3:1 per bushel more for a large parcel of Comeback wheat is certainly a step in the right direction. as it ehows that they are prepared to recognise milling quality, and relinquish the old cast-iron f a.q standard, which offers no incentive to producers to grow a superior sample. It is very late in the season, however, to bring forward any such sug gestion, as most farmers have finished sowing, and those who have not have all their seed ready. Again, farmers will want to know whethet this extra price will com pensate them for abandoning well tried varieties in favor Of one which is little known by them; and which has not a reputation for prolificacy. From my own ex perience, I ("Hickory "), am in clined to think that, in Victoria, Federation and one or two other varieties would beat Comeback by about a bag per acre if grown under equal conditions. Accord ing to...
REV J. C. HERRING. VALEDICTORY AT ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 25 June 1914
REV J. C. HERRING, VALEDIOTORY AT ECHUCA. The Rev J C Herring (brother of the Rev N D Herring, of Shep parton), prior to his departure, was, with Mrs Herring, entertained at a social gathering in the Parish Hall, Echuca, last Friday evening, when there was a large attendance of members of all denominations. The Rev L L Wenzel (Mr Her ring's successor as vicar of Christ Church, Echuca) and Mrs Wenzel were welcomed on the same occa sion. Mr A J Moore (who pre sided), on behalf of the congrega tion, presented Mr Herring with a purse of sovereigns His going away, he said, was a distinct loss to Echuca. They could ill afford to lose one possessed of Mr Her ring's talents, and hoped ere long to see him back to active work for thechurch. (Applause.) Mr Way len, on behalf of the Tennis Club, presented Mr Herring with a ten nis racquet. Prior Laffan, on behalf of the Roman Catholic community of Echoca, extended to Mr and Mrs Wenzel a hearty welcome. He trusted that his ministry there would b...
DISEASE IN AMBUSH. GERMS ROUTED FROM THE LAUNDRY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 25 June 1914
DISEASE IN AMBUSH. GERMIS ROUTED FROM TilE I.AUNDR. It is onlvdiseases that are infectious thait can !ie in ambusl, ready to launch death amongst the inalntes of a home, and shen we search the home for the readiest place of ambush we find it in thie laundry. This is a statement of fact easily provable: thie laundry claims and cleanses every wreek the clothles we wear, our bed, table, kitchen, and bath linen, handker chiefs, towels and curtains. Nothing absorbs and carries the germs or seeds ofldiwsse so readily as these; to ambushl the amnbushing disease germ therefore we must begin in the laundry. Next as to thie method: mere cleansing is no" enough, for some disease germs may laugh, at boiling water, and may even breed in commoner sorts of soapsuds. Tirhe only way to deal with the disease germ is to kill it, because its life is its power to infect, and only when dead is it harmless: so se must not only begin with the laundry, but must find a laundry soap which is also a strong dis...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 25 June 1914
J. P. M'LENNAN'S. Winter OUR GREAT interinter e SA LE STaRTS ON SATURDAY NEXt, the_20th. Winter a wee1rs- sargain Time. S A I.E. Great Sacrifices in SA E *Ladies' Coats Cosrtmes Millinery i 1'tter Underelothing Children's .. 2,5% Hosicry Knitted SALE. R dodino I",oe Coaw and oods on Laties' Neckwear 4s lid Costs. Dr-Fss Matrials the set. Winter Bonsings Flannels SALE. Blankets Sheetinas Clothing Linolenma Winter o° ?sm SALE. J. P. 7'LENNRN ,,.. . . . . i Its exquisitely delicate flavour has won appreciation ,rom al clses- and all ages, while z". the perfection of its ingredients and the ? healthy conditions under which it is manu- can facturecdin br-Tht, c.ean, airv worirooms, guaran tee its complete purity and wholesomeness ames.?.war ::· .: . - .?;u A Master Baker SPEAKS OF THE WORTH OF Clements Tonic So ill his friends scarcely knew him and he went to the Melbourne Hospital, A friend recommended Clements Tonic, and that saved him I This letter has been recorded because o f its gr...
AUSTRALIAN COMPANY SUCCESSFUL. LITIGATION IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 25 June 1914
AUSTRALIAN OOMPAN Y SUCCESSFUL. LITIGATION IN ENGLAND. During the last few years the eles. brated drink "O.T." has become as well. known in England as it is in its birth. place, So successful is it in the old land that its makers are experiencing the same evil as they have had to fight in Australia : Passing off inferir sub. stitutes bhv dishonest retailers, A case was heard in Southampton last month against a hotel:keeper who foisted an imitation upon unsuspecting customers. Tlhe hearing lasted several days, and after hearing lengthy evidence the judge granted an injunction with costs in favor of O.T. Limited.
UNDER THE CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 25 June 1914
UKDEI THE CLOCK. FocuTs PAsE.-oo J C' Hetrioc, Farmers and the Millowners, Country 'Produce by Post, Sheppattou Iouwieg Club, Brevity Bureau,Sporting Fi.tures, etc. " NoT GcrLr'Y."-Seaveral embrbers of the maleo "variety" of husanoiod inwardly ploeadod not guilty on Tuesdayy afternoon, when a laty darting out cf the Star Theatre (where the delegate of the People'ts Party and the Aousr lin Woomen's Natioual League were jointly in conferenuce), looked a. them archly smiling, :nd remarked, " You say women talk too much; the mu star worse." Those addressed glaoced quickly at each other, and then lookei at the lady with counteuances b.toke?n log, " Please, mumu, it was ot our." Bu;t she passed on without turninog round to look; and when she had vanished from sight oue of thet " variety "-he was a mlarried mau plucked up courago to say, "l ve never known a woman to have the shortor tongue. Have you ' . Yes," responded one of the party. " When ' " Oh," came the answer " hto's deal long sin...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 25 June 1914
MELBOURNE MBARKIETS. Fat Sheep.-19,500 yarded.-Primo crossbred wothers, 24s 63 to 28s 61; extra do 3Os to 32a, odd wethers, 36s Gd; good crossbred wethers, 21s to 28s3; second do 183 to 20s; inferior do, 17s 6d; prime crossbred ewes, 21s 61 to 24s; extra do, 25s to 27s Gd, odd ewes to 80s; good 'rosshred ewes, 19s to 20s 63; second do 163 to 18s; inferior do as u1; prime merino welhers, from 23s to ,25s 31; extra do to 26s ; good do 193 to 21s 6d ; merino owes, 12s 6d to 1s 63, a few extra to 21s ; low.condi. tioned ewes, from 5s. Fat Lambs.--6,930 penned, Prime, 163 631 to 20s, extra 2Is 3d to 283 O3d, a fev pens to 251 90, good 13d 6 to 15s 63, seconds 1s to 12s, inferior from 7a. A pen of this season's drop, sie quality, made 163 5d. Fat Cattle.-2,400 penned. Best pens of bullocks £14 7s 6d to £16 2s 6d, extra pens of bulloclks to £17 2s 6d odd bullocks to £21 7s 6d, good pens of bolloeks £12 10s to £13 s103, good, light, snd handy weights £10 to £12, second and inferior from £8 ...
FAREWELLED. MR AND MRS H. M. CLIPSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 25 June 1914
FAREWELLED, MR AND MRS H. M. CLIPSTONE, Tho members and adherents of the Church of Christ tendered a farewell secial to their pastor aod evangelist, Mr H M Clipstone and his wife last evening. The building was filled to its utmost capacity, Mr A Knight ccoupied the chair, and Miss Ruby Guyatt presided at the organ. The meeting opened ~with a hymn and prayer, after which recitations were given by Misses Renie Mi'Cormack and Thermo Coote. Miss Knight sang a esolo, and Mrs Coote and Miss Knight a duet, Mr O'Donnell, on behalf of the members of tihe church and friends, presented Mr Clipstone with a 400 day clocak; and Mrs Clipstone with a silver rose bowl. Miss Rano MI'Cormack, on behalf of the Junior Endeavor Society, presented the guests of the evening with a pair of silver sorviette rings. Mr O'Donnell eonlog;sed Mr Clipstone as a preacher, a man, anda visitor. He had enjoyed listening to him, and found in him as a man and a visitor, one who was always ready to help and do what he cb...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE AT THE CORPORATION YARDS. GOULBURN VALLEY MARKETS. SHEPPARTON CATTLE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 25 June 1914
00CMMEROIAL INTELLIGEN CE AT THE CORPORATION YARDS, GOULBURN VALLEY MARKETB. SHEPPARTON CATTLE SALE. A fair yardiog of cattle forward on Tuesday, to a moderate attendance of buyers present (for store cattle); usual competition for fat cattle. Tile market for fat cattle was slightly easier, and store cattle sold well, almost a total cloaraucobeing effocted. Quotations : Fat cattle : Good bullocks, £13 7s 6d to £4 15s i; medium do £1016s to £13 5=; good cows, £12 12s to £13 15; medium do, £9 10s to £10 7s 63d; green steers, £7 163 to £9 7s 63; young steers, £4 103 to £6 7s 63 ; inferior cows, £4 5s to £6 10s; good heifers, £6 Is to £7 17is 61 ;small light do, £3 15s to £4 18,; hoavy bulls, £8 to £9; vealers from 30s to 70a; rough cows, for trucking, £3 53 to £4. Store cattle: 3 year old steers, good colors, £5 8S to £5 15s; 2 year old do, good colors, £3 1Ss to £4 103; young steers from 50s to 70s; wellgrown heifers, £3 16s to £4; store cows from 35s to £1 10s ;youog heifers, 53s to 6...
GOWANGARDIE. PRICE OF STOCK; TELEPHONE; AND FALLOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 25 June 1914
GOWANGARDIE. PRICE OF STOOK; TELEPHONE ; AND FALLOWING. (From Our Own Correspondent), The Caniambo Stock Sale on Wednes day, the 17th, was up to the average in prices for stock. Although the weather is very favorable for the growth of grass, a muph larger number of cattle was forward, and a fair number changed hands: while 25s o1 was refused for a line of 6-touth owes, without lamhs. . ...,_ t :_1. ?..;^^ nc olnnn would i not be a good thing for the State if the farmers kept back the best ewe lambs instead of exporting them ? There seems really to be a shortage of sheep, and this would soon get over the diffifoulty. Mr Palmer, M.H.R., informs our local secretary that the telephone lrne is being attended to. We find that it is being surveyed ready for the poles at present, and will soon be ready to be erected. " Fallowing is being carried out under dilliculties at present, the ground being in an unnsuitable condition altogether, too dry and hard. We are to have a speaker from the Peo...
GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS. SHEPPARTON'S NATIONAL SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 25 June 1914
GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS, SHEPPARTON'S NATIONAL SHOW Dr 8 S Cameron, Director of Agrioul. lure, has intimated to Mr J E Byass, secretary, Shepparton Agricultural So ciety, that the Minister has granted medals for the forthcoming National Show at this town as follows: Gold Medals,-For draught stallion, draught stallion-(3 years old), draught brood more, thoroughbred stallion, tho roughibred brood mare, pony stallion (14 hands), trotting stallion, pair farm horses, team offour horses, single buggy horse, shorthorn bull, shorthorn row, Ayrshire bull, Ayrshire cow, Jersey bull, Jersey cow, dairy cow (butter fat test), dairy hard (3 cows, butter feat test), Lincoln ram, Lincoln ewe, Shropshire ram, Shropshire owe, moerino ram, mnrino owe, English Leicester ram, Englisl Ldiceter eowe, Border Leiceter ram, Border Leicester ewe, Southdown ram, Southdown ewe, Borkshire boar, Borkshire sow, Yorkshire boar, York bshire sow, export butter, sheep dog trial, best turkey cock or hen. Four medals for...
SOUND ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 25 June 1914
BOUND ADVICE. YWhen you're in want of Footwear, and wondering whore you can get Boots of undoubted quality that will stand both dry and wet, Come to H Mrarshall' I Highatreet, where all your desires can be got. Front of Shepparton "News," jest hear in mind, you'll easily find his shop. OQdors and Bepairs a Specialty,
FAREWELL TO MRS LEE. W.C.T.U. BROOCH SET IN PEARLS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 25 June 1914
FdARVEWELL TO MRS LEE. W.0,T.U. BROOCH SET IN PEARLS, The members of the Womens Chris tian Temperance Union assembled in tile Methodist School Hall this after noon to say farewell to Mrs Lee, the president of the Union, who is about to leave for South Africa. Mrs Taylor, secretary, occupied the chair. The large number present showed the esteem in whichthe guest of the afternon is held by all sections of the community. After thie rendering of vocal items, Mrs Taylor spoke in highly appreciative terms of Mrs Lee as a worker in the cause of temperanc3, and as a friend to every member of the union. Mrs Pal ling (as former secretary) also spoke from a close acquit.tance of the quali ties of Mrs Lee, of her earroostness and deep intereat in the work of the union. Rev Geo Paul (who was requested to make the presentation), said that he appreciated the honor. He referred to Mrs Lees' patient, persistent work in the cause of temperance Hard things were said about temperance workers, but Mrs L...
POLITICS IN SHEPPARTON. PEOPLE'S PARTY AND THE WOMEN'S LEAGUE. UNANIMOUS NOMINATION OF MR PALMER. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 25 June 1914
POLITICS IN SIEPPARTON. PEOPLE'S PARTY AND THE WOMEN'S LEAGUE. UNANIMOUS NOMINATION OF MB PALMER. Upwards of 60 delegates from the branches of the People's Party in the Eahuca Federal electorate assembled at the Star Theatre on Tuesday after noon, to reoeive reports from the various branches with respect to the representation of the electorate. Mr F G Mose, of Numurkah (presi dent of the Peoples Party, Echuea electorate), presided, with him being Mr I Waters, the secretary;and there woro delegates from Strathmerton, Sey '5our, Euroa, Violet - Town, Nathalia, Picola, Eohuca, Ardmons, Katandra, Tallygaroopna, Numurkah, Pine Lodge, Kyabramn, Katamatito, Yabba North, Shepparton, Noth Mooroopna, Undeira and Tnas,,, There was generally a feeling among the delegates that as owing to the double dissolution Mr Palmer, M.l.B.., would have ocupied his seat for only a year in the present Parliament, he should be again nominated, especially as during that .year he had done good work in the Bouse...