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DOOKIE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 30 April 1914

DOOKIE. The prospects for the com-   ing season are excellent. The recent rains were supplemented by further showers on Tuesday night which have greatly accel- erated the growth of the grass. Ploughing is general, and large quantities of wheat and oats are being sown. In places farm- ers and graziers are still carting water for stock purposes, as the rain has not been sufficiently   heavy to be of any benefit to dams.     Farewell services are to be held in Dookie on Sunday next in connection with the departure of     Rev. R. F. Tacon, for Tallangatta. At Pine Lodge Church of Eng- land an in memoriam service is   to be held, out of respect to the late Mrs. E. O'Donnell.   Foxes have become very num- erous in and around the hills of Dookie and district. One party recently came across 15 and were successful in securing five       while several ...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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IMPORTANT LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

IMPORTANT LAND SALES. j Messrs. J.'L. JcfTcrs and Go.' l?ty;-Ltd. (associated wiith Golds borough Mort))■■ reptirt the sale of the famous "Staughton: Vale" .Estate; mi car' Bacchus" ■vMarsh,-" comprising 3;300 acres,; with. mansion -of-40 -rooms,, etc., to-: gether with stock and plant, at a | very satisfactory figure, the pur. ohaserbeing Mr Hichard EdoJs, • cif*N.S: Wales. Mr Edols intends: lo go in extensively for -lucerne i growing which theres'late- is par- ] ticularly well adapted for.. -Also J the "I3edford! P.arkV 'Estate, of , ; 13,340 acres, with stock, plant, ! etc;," situatedvin <t.he Gilgandra . i district-of .NiS.W.v tO: Mr. Arthur^ i Whinfield,-at a^satisfaclory prices : This estate comprises some of-;j ;1 he richest land (red and black j ' soil.)- that cariibe found in N.S.W; ! [The capabilities of "Bedford' [Park" ' can be ■ gauged when the", L fat sheep topped Uie Sydney mar ket this year easily. It is a model compact area, beautifully wal ered and timbe...

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THE SEVEN AGES OF FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

THE SEVEN AGES OF | FOOTBALL. . . . . Alt the world's a ball, And all the human beings merely kickers. They, hav.e their permits and their penalties, And one man in his time tries many maiks, The game being seven .quarters, First, the infant Gurgling before a photographiof "Freakie,' , And then the blatant, schoolboy; witli collection i Of cigarette-caidb setting'foith the champions, j' ^ And lists of fivlures Then nthe fatuous .lover,- ^.yixz.* Taking his gill, io whom ^the game is boiedom, 'I'o watch the semi-flnalsV' "Then the playei Full of strange tricks, and keen in search of cash, "Pointing" for .transfers .playlmg, to the giandstand, Seeking the bubble reputation. -: While yet. the belt, rings "Time# Vnd then the umpire. Trained to a hair, the; enemy-:,;of all. - " Fu11 of free-kicks rewarded^th leulmg— IIis row js hard to-hoe! siThe ! bai lacker I A one- eyed monarcuuironea I amid the blind, . ' (Or so he deems- thenr, who see not as he); * " His raucous voice decrees to su...

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. DOOKIE—YARRAWONGA LINE. SUPPORT TO BE GIVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

AGRICULTURAL MOIETY . DOOKIK—YARRAWONGA LINE. | SUPPORT TO BE GIVEN. j The monthly meeting of the Shepparton Agricultural Society was field on Saturday afternoon. ,The president (Mr. 'JLVH; Hoe) was in the chair, and there was a fair attendance of members. Correspondence^ i Linking up Railway Lines. I M. Smyt/he, lion, secretary, Yabba Farmers' Union, stated it had ; been suggested that a confer- ! ence should be held at Dookie, ' comprising delegates from all in terested bodies, with a view to arranging for a deputation to interview the Minister of HaiL ways on the subject of linking up the Dookie-Yarrawonga line.— The president thought a dele gate ought to be sent and they ! should endeavor to do what they could in assisting to get this line. Mr. W. Ross heartily coin, cided and moved that the presi dent attend us the Society's dele, gate.—Mr. W. R. Vincent in seconding the motion, said they should put their best foot for. ward to get this connection.—Mr W. Savers said there were ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

A MERCILE8S JUDGE. A merciless- judge is Father Time. ..Before him the weak and the wanting go to the wall. Only the truth can stand. For fifteen years the following statement : from a Shepparton resident, has withstood this teternesU>of 'all tests. Mr. \V. R. Banner, Edward; Street, who .is employed von; the Railways, being .tram-examiner at ShepparLon, says"About fifteen years ago,.Lhurt my.back and up to * the- tune <of -taking Doan!s: Backache ^ Ifidmey • Pills some- months ago, it has troub led me ever since. The pains were so severe .at times that I often had to take a ' complete rest. The secretions caused me much inconvenience and were unhealthy in appearance. I tried a good <may remedies re commended for my ailment, but nothing: gave me any relief.until I 'got Do'ah's" Backache Kidney Pills at Thompson's Pharmacy. These pills relieved me of the pain in my back, and made my secretions clear and healthy. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, in my opinion, ca...

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SHEPPARTON BOWLING CLUB. SUGGESTED EXTENSION OF GREEN. NECESSARY IMPROVEMENTS TO BE CARRIED OUT [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

8HEPPARTON BOWLINQCLUB/ ' SUGGESTED EXTENSION OF : , . ". GREEN. :, : j NECESSARY IMPROVEMENTS TO BE CARRIED OUT - ; A meeting ;Qf members of the Shepparton; Bowling Club waa held on,Friflay night, at the Free library to, take: into consider a- • lion the m'attei\ of improving the green/fori next season. The pre sident. ;(Mr. 11. B. Harvey) was in the chair, and there were pre., sent: Dr H. J. Cook, Messrs J. Suthei'land, W. P. Milne, J. B. Brunton, T. J. Mlver, A. Hender. | son. A. Whitehead (secretary), 1 H. T. Lanyon (treasurer), T. L. ] Irvine, \V. P. Neville. | The president said the season I was over and the green had j been closed. It was deemed ad visable to call a meeting to see what steps should be taken to improve the green. Some of the members had.made an inspection that afternoon and saw how mat. tors were. The secretary said a commit tee meeting had been held to consider the iiiianciat aspect of the question. The expense of turning up the whole green would be considera...

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CONCERNING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

CONCERNING PEOPLE; •u to-day's meeting • of the shepparlon Shire Council; the president (Cr 11 Hop) extended •i liearlv welcome. to;;>Givs:R. ciourlav, the newly-eleotpd mem ber for the Kialla Hiding.,;There was no doubt he had the. making! uf a Jirsl-class, representative; and iic bad greatpleasure; -rihl offering- him a hearty .welcome /Applause). Or GourlayI (bank you very much for the kind uav in which you have welcomed me'to the council table. I hope 1 will be able to carry ;out . the duties in the manner yo.u would wish. As a public servant I have been away from any politics— Slato or otherwise. 1 have come here to learn, and, with the help of uiv colleagues, 1 hope-to pick up a "little bit before 1 have been here long. (Applause). ' - Mr G. Long, on Saturday,' severed his connection with" Mr F, 0. Johns, jeweller, in whose employment lie had been for a: number of years. It is Mr Long's intention, it is stated, to start business for himself in a pros perous country (.own in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

SRE&1HL Easter Offering! ?/l\ LADIES' TAILORING. IYn i Smart Tailored Tweed, Costumes, to / liU. 1. Measure (complete) m S Costume, made from FOX'S Navy 1>U. u. Serge. Value unsurpassed ■ • u/'O i Fine Indigo er Black Twill Serge Cos* HO. ^ tumes, silk-lined, equal to Tailor-made "U' Perfect-fitting Guaranteed in " .— ail the above three numbers. AT J. P. McLennan's. Quality and Cheapness' The Race for Cheapness Is Expensive to the Wearer. .There are SUITS and SUITS... Factory-made SUITS th;it are cheap and strong, but nf:er a few week's wear are quite shabby and out of shape ;-and -there is the HIGH - .GLASS TAILOR-MADE SUIT, with each garment specially built, which look well. after, 12 months' wear. . . . . If you are after the.latter-r M N -Is Your Man! Wyndham Street - Sheppanfon. Late David Wilson's Premises, Opp. Mechanics' Institute. ROCKFflCED flNb BRICK METAL SHEETING In Galvanised Steel 9 Specially suitable for Pi&ure Theatres, Country Ti and Seaside Res...

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NORTH MOOROOPNA TENNIS CLUB BALL. A SPLENDID GATHERING. FINANCIAL SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

NORTH MOOROOPNA TENNIS CLUB BALL. A SPLENDID iIATHKHINo. FINANCIAL SUCCESS. A bull, under tji<- an>i>ii-.'> the North Mooruopn.'i iViini; Club, was hole! in t li<- Ar<iir..uta ball on Wednesday nislit. I!"' weather was congenial. ii'•• I''1 -say rather close, ]>ut ! Ii>> ilam'i'i'; who uunibered alunij I On. i!)"" mighly enjoyed lln,m-''lvc.- l)''*' withstanding Hie warmth <•!' ' erercise. The floor had i"vl! prepared by (ho r<>111111 i(fin way which left, nothing I" sired by participants. wli" «*>■ pressed their sati.«fai-ti"n w complimentary terms. Tip' r'''\ gramme was "one <.f all i-nuiw excellence, the tast.es ->f Hi".-'1 present being- satisfied by it- «"0»J pjetcness in all clef ail.-. A>luo<i pleasure was given in fl'<* u';1-v , music which, being of tin* . and rendered in artistic .-iy'c Mr. H. J. Howe secretary of ,"lt1 club), gave every satisfaction. E...

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TIRED M.P'S. THEIR APPEAL GRANTED. TO WORK ONLY THREE DAYS A WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

TIRED'M.P»S. I THEIR APPEAL GRANTED. TO. WORK ONLY THREE DAYS . V ■ A WEEK. k{ The;-t.ired members of the Fed. er'al/Parliament have gained the day. Their, pitiful appeals for rest have fallen on sympathetic ears, and when the sitting days are fixed, on the termination of the censure debate next week it will be found that they are to be asked to attend to their Parlia mentary duties on only three days of the week, instead of four in the past. It i« not intended to reduce their salaries to com pensate for the reduction of In. nor. It will still be roundly £12 per week.; This is equivalent, to a further self-granted increase in.pay. Four days- work a week is,' of course, equal to £3-a dayS A-reductioh, to tbtee days-'meahs that the rate will advance to £i a day.rln previous years : the House of. Representatives* has always 'met/at 3- j3.ni. on ;TueS: days, 2.3Q p.m. on Wednesdays and Thursdays, and 10.30 a.m. on. Fridays.: In- future: the Tues day sitting day is to be abolished in ord...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

SATISFACTION IN CLOTHES YOU GET IT HERE AT WARDROP'S Premier Tailoring Establish ment. SUITS full of character: suits that mark the wearer as a man most particular in matters of dress, such are- . WARDROP'S TAILORED SUITS. Our Representative-(Mr. Syd. Thomas) visits; this distriot every two months. WARDROP^Ths Quality SMEEg ST„ GOLLINGWOOD. n AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS NOW SHOWING The House for Good Value==Shepparton CENTS' HATS. . AND OVERCOATS! Are TWO SPECIALS =NOW SHOWING WILS0N & M0RRIS, " MENS' CASH MERCERS," SHEPPARTON. •INSPECTION INVITED, ——m Something Worth Knowing! ■ Large Reduction in Price of the World's Best Cycles. Now ia your time to got the Best CYCLE at a LOW I'RICK. Tho Genuine " MAS3EY," fully equippad ... £15 10s The Everlasting " RED BIRO" „ ,, JEI3 IOs And all tho othor makes of tho repucablo firm REDUCED likewise. YOUR OLD MACHINE taken us part payment. Second-hand CYCLK.S in plenty to choose from. REPAIRS to all make of Cyolss. A lar^o slock of ACCESSOR...

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COURSING. GOULBURN VALLEY AND NORTH-EASTERN DISTRICT. SEASON 1911. May. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

.COUKSLNG. jOULBURN VALLEY AND NORTH-EASTERN DISTRICT. SEASON 191i. May. 13 bheppartou. 20 Elmore 23 Mansfield 27 Tatura 29 St. James June. 3 Benalla 3 Cobram 4 Kyabraia 8 Euroa 10 Sheppartou 16 Tatura 17 Elmore 18 Katamatitc 20 Mansfield 26 St. James 27 Murchison ai:-J J long July. 1 and 2 Kyabrum •i Euroa 7 and 8 Beualia 8 Cobram 8 and 9 EIiiioiy 10 Nagambie 14 and 15 Shepparki: 15 Yabba North 18 Mansfield 22 and 23 Tatura 23 and 24 Katamaui'-' 29 Dookie 31 St. James. 31 and Aug. 1 Murclns"11 and Darb,al"t,'= August. COURSING FIXTURES. 4, 5 and 20 Benalla 6 Kyabram 5 Euroa 11 and 12 Sli-*i'i>ni l'-ti 15 Mansfield 19 Elmore 20 Nagambio 20 Katamatite 25 Tatura 26 Cobram 29 Murchison aa>j i>;U'=a" long September. 3 Kyabrain Euroa 9 Shepparlon 12 Mansfield 12 Murchison an.l Pai'r'1 long

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FOOTBALL FIXTURES. Appended is the draw for the first round of the G.V.D.F. Association matches:—May 2. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

FOOTBALL FIXTURES. Appended is the draw for the first round of the G.V.D.F. As sociation matches:— May 2. Sheparton v. Mooroopna. Rochester v. Totura. Echuca v. Kyabram. May 27. Tatura v. Shepparton. Kyabram v. Mooroopna. Rochester v, Echuca. June 3. Shepparton v. Rochester . Mooroopna v. Echufca. Tatura v. Kyabram. Juno 10. Kyabram v. Shepparton. Rochester v. Mooroopna. Echuca v. Tatura. June 17. Shepparton v. Tatura. Mooroopna v. Tatura. Kyabram v. Rochester. June 24. A bye for all clubs. In the first round, matches will be played on the grounds of the first-named club, and in the second round on the grounds of the lasL-named club.

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THE COST OF LIVING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

THE COST OF LIVING. TO THE EDITOR. "" Sir,—I would like to ask your readers through you if they have aver considered why the prices of meat and bread are so very high in Shepparton. it is a well-known fact that stock is dear at present, but the price for meat has for the past few years been far too high. The price of bread is also out of all proportion to'the cost: of Hour. 1 would suggest that a meeting of all ' interested be callcd to consider ways "and means of dealing with the sit ualion. Yours, etc.. . ANTITRUST.

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FOOTBALL. GOULBURN VALLEY DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. REFERENCES TO THE LATE MR DAWES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

FOOTBALL. GOULBUIIN VALLEY DISTRICT • FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. REFERENCES TO • THE LATE MR DAWES. ■ A meeting of tlho G.V.D.F.A was held at Tatura on Thursday night last, each of the clubs, in the association being represen ted. h,Before the. business of the meeting was entered upon, the president (Mr. D. G. Morrison) referred 'to the untimely death (if Mr. B. Dawes, delegate for Kyabram, and stated that the secretary • had forwarded a wreath, and letter of condolence on behalf of the association. Several delegates spoke feel ingly. on the matter, the late Mr. Dawes being a universal favo rite. A motjion approving of the secretary's .action was car ried in silence. The following officers were elected: President, Mr D. C. Morrison; vice presidents, Mes srs: \V. C. Anderson and Fer guson (Rochester).; secretary Mr T. G. Lupton; treasurer, Mr. Davey ((Tatura). Each returned thanks for his election. *A letter was received from the Tatura club, objecting to ;the inclusion of Rochester on th...

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REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

^ .. REPORTS. : .Dr J. M'Kenria reported" that no cases of contagious or in fectious diseases exist within the shire.—Received. Yards-Manager. R. E. Dudley reported:—Cattle yarded: 1009; sold, 713; fees, £15. Sheep yarded; 16,565; sold 9937 fees £3/8/6. Pigs yarded, 239; sold, 220; fees, £3/8/6. Horses yarded, 59; sold, 33; fees, £1/13. Watts, Turnbuli and,Co., 12/6. Total, £49/17. Pound fees, £3/8.-—Received. Inspector of Nuisances. R. E. Dudley reported that the street channels had been kept in fair order. Slaughteryards and piggeries were in a- saitary con dition. Was giving~at.tention to: obligation under Pure Foods Act.—Received. , Secretary, and Collector. Jas Nugent reported: Amount collected for month, £396/1/10. Chief items:: Current rates, £250/3/6;- pan fees, £37/13/4;. contractors deposits, £37/5; renL of yards, £49/4/6. Shire account in • debt, £2680/5/11, plus Trust account, £116/0/8; total,. £2796/6/7. Estimated riding balances (including amounts due on contracts).: K...

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SALES AT Shepparton corPORATION YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

SALES'AT SKKPPARTOM COR PORATION YARDS. PIGS ... .... MAY 18 SHEEP ... ... MAY 5 CATTLE ... MAY 12

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

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Shepparton News Published,: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY, MAY 4, [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

sixpparioii Re ids Published,: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY, MAY i, "v A lew weeks ago, ail interest ing statement* made by the Min ister of Education of New South Wales, was published, showing what has become of 7,097 boys who; are known to have left the State primary schools , last year for the purpose of beginning work. The information contai ned i.u the return is of momen tous importance, though it would have greater value ; if similar statistics were pi;epared annually for several years, and the, aver age results 'taken. The figures supplied,. in the case of 'Xew South. Svales, show thai of the aiumber given, 20G0 boys left school "for the express purpose of entering upon agricultural or pastoral pursuits.'' This is exclusive of 'the industry of rab biting, into which <57. boys went direct from school. Next to agri cultural and pastoral pursuits, the largest number on the - re-r. turn shows that 612 boys' left to beoome general laborers, -while G08 boys left ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

AUCTION SALES TO OOME. Tuesday, May 6. Sliepparton Sheep Sale. Wednesday, May 6. Shepparton Special Horse Sale Thursday, May 7 . ! Tatura Stock Sale. ! Friday, May 8. Sheppar.ton Special Stook Sale Mrs. M. Hay's Clearing, Dookie Monday, May 11. Marungi Stock Sale. Dookie Stock Sale. Tuesday, May 12. Shepparlon Gat.tle Sale. Wednesday, May 13. Xalinga Stock Sale. Thursday, May 14. " - Ivatandra Stock Sale. Monday, May 18. Kialla Stock Sale. Dookie Stock Sale. Tuesday, May 19. . Shepparton Sheep Sale. Wednesday, May 20. Canianibo Stock Sale-. Monday, May 25. Murchison Stock Sale. la the Estate of Lathtrine Balchin Deceased. SHEPPARTON. Saturday, I6th May, I914, IMPORTANT SALE of LIVERY STABLES AND DWELLING in Wyndham Street, Shepparton, oppo site the Sale Yards, subject to the Lease held by Mr Thistleton. JM'NAMA-RA & CO-, under « instructions from the Curator of Estates, will sell by public auction on the above date, at their office, at 3 o'clock sharp. All that piece of land...

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