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WHY IRRIGATION LAND NEEDS MUCH LIME. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

WHY IRRIGATION LAND NEEDS t--- MUCH LIME. - The ability lo provide a regu_ 1 lar find sufficient supply of "moisture 'to crops at periods of growt|i, when it is most useful and necessary, makes il a simple maliter to raise much larger crops than could be obtained with I he it id of rainfall as usually distri buted over the seasons of the year. This means a greater strain on the fertility of the land, and a more rapid exhaus tion of single elements of fer tility. Of these, that of lime in these soils is of the lirst im portance, and the loss must bo made good. Lucerne is a lover of lime, and its healthy growth can be absolutely controlled by liming the soil. Soils may he rendered unpro ductive by a disturbance of the balance of fertile constituents in them. An excess of one over another of l.he same mineral salts that in greater or less quantity are present in all soils and give them their fertile ehar_ acter when present in proper proportions, will cause unpro ductiveness. American ...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

ISHEPPARTON SHIRE COUNCIL. The monthly meeting of the Sheppartpon. Shire Council was held to-day. Present: The presi dent (Cr 11. Roe), Crs G. II. Den ker W. Sheil, P. A. Kerrins, R. tiourlay, J. Morgan, \V. Phillips, P. W. llyan, G. rf. Gibson, E. S. Green, J. D. Mitchell, F. W. i''uir, W. Pinchbeck, G. Bitcon. Swimming Haths. Rev J. W. Thomas, correspon dent, Slale school committee, sought council's approval of the proposed site for a swimming bath in Victoria Park, at the rear of Mr Ross's residence.— Left .in hands of Town Riding members, on motion.of Crs Fair ,and Sheil. School Request. H. Ilosie, correspondent, Pino Lodge South school committee, sought permission to remove soil from channel bank on Ben— alia road at' a place opposite Messrs. Heckman and Dwyer's l?ine; Lodge, or from sand pit at sanie place, to do some lllling up around /the . school.—Request granted, on the motion of the president and Gr Green. • Removal of Green Trees. W. Stewart, block 120, No. 2 Estate, sou...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IN MEMORIAM THE LATE MRS. H. E. S. BIRD. TRIBUTE BY THE REV. J. W. THOMAS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

IN MEMORIAM TIIE LATE MRS. H. E. S. BIRD. TRIBUTE BY THE REV. J. W. THOMAS . There was a large attendance at. the memorial service to the late Mrs. H. E. S. Bird, in the ;Baptist; church, Fryers .Street, on Sunday, "April ..12: At; the close of an impressive sermon Uhe Rev. J. \V. Thomas said:— AVe pass now from the theoreti cal'to the practical. Our loved ones are taken from us without ; our permission; but we have the j alternative g'iven us to say, "I shall go to them, to 'him, to her." That home'so recently bereft of Mrs Bird will find its- reaKconi_ j fort and strength in that, alter- i native. The late Mrs Bird, now of fragrant; memory to us all, has been summoned-"homo" and has obeved that final and highest call. She was young, vivacious, sanguine, and possessed a legiti mate tenacity to life. Her bright temparament, accompanied with a gracious and particularly con genial family, environment natu-. rally appealed strongly to her. The ties : of wife and mother we're not easily...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE RETAIL MARKET DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

MELBOURNE RETAIL MARKET DAIRY PRODUCE. '■ BuLter, iOd to 1/4; cheese, 6d to i/; pork, 5d to 9d; hams, 1/1 to 1/3; bacon 8d to 1/1; honey, •id to (id;; eggs, ,1/4 to 2/ per doz.; ducks, 4/li to G/6 per pair; geese, 6/ to 8/ do.; hens, 3/G to 6/ do.; turkeys,-10/ to 25/ do.; rabbits, Gd to iOd do.

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THROUGH INDIA. CAPTAIN GREGORY'S IMPRESSIONS. AN INTERESTING ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

THROUGH INDIA. CAPTAIN GREGORY'S IM PRESSIONS. AN INTERESTING ADDRESS. At the lodge room of the Star Theatre on Thursday night Capt. li. A. Gregory, olliber command ing G Squadron 15th Light Horse gave an interesting address on "India." where in recent years, he had spent eight months. His impressions of thai remarkable country had been much sought after, and so, with a view to en- : couraging the men under his command, he imparted some of his impressions on military mat ters apart from his own land. 1 Gaptain Gregory said: I hardly \ know whether to coniine my re. ; narks to the purely military part of my fcour, or include the nu. 1 merous interesting places that I was fortunate in visiting whilst i) india. I may say in opening that Ind'ia is, 1 consider, really the most interesting country in the world, more especially to any one who has seen so little of the Orientals as I have, and parti, cularly so to a member of the great Empire that governs and rules the country. After leavin...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

For Children's Hacking Cough Woods Peppermint Cure, 1/6. '

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHEPPARTON FOOTBALL CLUB. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

SHEPPARTON FOOTBALL CLUB. COMMITTEE MEETING. A meeting of the committee-of I he Shepparton Football Club was held atM'Donald's Terminus Hotel on Friday last. Present: Messrs R. Darby, W\ B. Hoare. W. A. M'Kinnon, M. Nugent, H.' Ware, J. Nixon, R. \V. Anderson, L. -. Michel, S. Wade, II. Mit chell and H. Cariet (hon. secre tary:). ' , : Mr. Hoare presided for a por tion, of the: meeting, but on the arrival of the president (Mr R. Darby) Vacated the'chair. Invitations, for tlie team to dine at Chanter's Saleyards .Ho tel and Schifferle's Shamrock Hotel when -visiting- Echuca were received.—rMr Clnuiter's invitation was accepted. Messrs Chas. Chessells and M. Kinnear were appointed gate keepers, for the ensuing season. .Donations were gladly acknow ledged from—Messrs A. II. AVale (.iNIiller . and " Co.) £1/1 >^i Jas. M'Donald; £1/1: .1. Weidenbach, 10/. ■; ■ - The following, were: dueled as trainers for the season: Messrs Bert Hampton, A. E. Guilfoyle, C. Morris," T. Law. It was- de...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOOD NEWS FOR LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

GOOD NEWS FOR LADIE& Ladies will bo pleased to learn thai at the special request of their many patients, the Nature Tealtli Co., Melbourne, have ar ranged for their highly qualified lady representative to prolong lier stay at Shepparton until the 23rd May. She may lie consulted a| the Court House Hotel, Shep_ parton, daily, . from i to 5.30 p.m. No charge whatever will be made -for consultations or ad vieo. Ladies whose health is causing them any anxiety are strongly advised to consult her, mil learn how good health may bo restored to them by means of the wonderful Nature Home Treatment, that has cured so liiaiiy thousands of women and girls. For the convenience of pa_ tients and others a full supply of all medicines will' be carried. ;'imn application a Health Guide will be posted free.

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EMPIRE DAY. LADIES'MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

EMPIRE DAY. LADIES'MEETING. A fair number of ladies-pre sen led 'themselves at the PVes foyterian- Hall oil Friday to ar range for the >town to bo can vassed to enable the'school com; •littee to provide -the' children willi a treat to celebrate Empire lay. llev N. D. Herring, chairman of the Slate-scho.ol committee, presided, and Ilev J. W. Thomas (correspondent) was also pre-, sent and"provided the ladies with'-.1 subscription books and also prei senled a ground plan,, showing the six sections ill which the town was divided., which would facilitate their work very much. The following, arrangements were made:—Section I', Mrs Martin; section 2, Mesdames O'Brien and Graham; section 3, Mi's . M'Alpine; section i, Mrs Thompson; section 5, Mrs Pal mer; section 0, Mesdames M'Duff and Morse. The ladies were given to- un_ derstand that they could add to I heir committee if they so wished. The chairman thanked the ladies for their presence . and^ help and 'the meeting then ter minated;.'....

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

"LOCAL MARKETS. j Butter (selling)... Is 2d to la 4d Eggs (giving) ... Is 3d' doz Bacon (selling) ... Is to la 2d lb Ham (selling)... ls_2d to IbW lh Wheat (giving) ... 3s5Jd bushel ' ' : Chaff (selling) .... £3 53 ton • Onions (soiling) ... 9a per owt - 'Potatoes (selling) now 8 s owt. , Flour (selling) ... 15a 3d bag . Bkan (soiling) — 1» Id bus » PoLLAUD (selling) ... is2dbua Calf Skins (giving) 6d per lb •Siieep Skins (giving) 3Jd per lb ; Hide 'giving) ... 4}d per lb

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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AMUSEMENTS. AD. CREE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

AMUSEMENTS. ; Ad. cree. ■ Ad. Crce, • • Lite... well-Known* Scotch huiirorisl, etc.. and his la'I'ented company, will give an Entertainment this evening in Hie-Star Theatre. II should be only necessary to remind readers of the fact lo ensure a crowded lidusc.

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

Mr.FRUD. DIAMOND, J.P., of No. 6 Kosedale Street, Petersham, whose declaration Is heie published, is one of the oldest and best-known press a^eiits of N.S.W." He suffered from Rheumatism, and tried all manner of means to get back his health. All : these failed until he tried this blood purifvinKincd ciue. Howlongittook to rid*his system o! the poisons which To CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " From May to the end of October, 1912, I suffered agonies with scate MUSCULAR RHEUMATISM. Anklet, kneel, and shoulder joint* were swollen and painful, with excruciating pains in my back. I wa» .in a wretched and htlpleu condition, could scarcely stand, I completely lott appetite and •leep at night. I had the belt medical advice*: Tnrkiih and hot salt-water baths oat of number, and was mas saged three timet a week, but all to bo purpose, t deipaired of ever being well again, and, as a last resource, concluded to try . CLEMENTS TONIC, I had read so much of what it had done. ■ I SOON FELT A WONDERFUL 1N FLUE...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS, TOOLAMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

DISTRICT NEWS, TOOLAMBA.,. | Miss Saye.rs, having resigned jl.lie position of sewing inistress | at the local school, the scholars to show their appreciation and respect, presented her with a silver-hacked hair brush and comb, a • silver-backed clothes ■jrush and a silver thimble. The position hag been temporarily supplied by Miss Gertrude L. Burns. Mr J. Broadhcad, the local postmaster and proprietor of the dining rooms, fs at present dan g.erously ill in tlio Mooroopna hospital, lor some time he has not had good health'.

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BITTER PIT IN APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

BITTER PIT IN APPLES. j Sometime ago a lively control vei'Sy. was in progress-between a ! sriiall-party who pronounced bit. i tor pit to be caused by spraying, iand a larger .section of; growers ! who emphatically declared that 'liU.or-pit existed before spraying, was.-adopLed generally. Through Sir John : Forrest, specimens of apples:have b(?civ received ait this j office from the orchard'of Mr;'J: Martin, near Mount- Barker, ; WestevnfAiistralia, which supi {pori. 4he negative- view of. the • p-rowers. Of Uiese apples, one sot: j of Cleopatra variety are off hirie. j I year-old- trees, and ' -have been sprayed -with; Oil and with Bor. 1 deaux-niixture llio season before i lasliiThoseiarc clcan/and:a*good niarlfolable sample. The other set comprises Cleopatra ond North, orn Spy,,varietiesV off trees over' .20;'yeariS: :61(l, -which. have";never ••be%-lspray»a^andrlhey-'ai®badly; ^ti^d;.-.^'r:0f$ssdr^sM'Alpirib4i8..Kat''' presenLinvestigatingUiecausc of^bitterBpitrfori theVFedbral -...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ASK YOURSELF THE QUESTION [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

ASK YOURSELF THE QUESTION Where 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 style. It pays to buy his footwear for they just do wear a while; 'Tis a tribute to your common sense when you give to him a . trial. Opposite Shepparton "News."

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POULTRY AND KENNEL CLUB. MEETING OF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

POULTRY AND KENNEL CLUB. . MEE1I.V; OF COMTMIl PFE A- coinniiLlee niootin!?:of wjLIic Slicpparton- Poultry and.'. Kcnnol Club was- hold onis; Thursday niplit, Apul JO at the Fiec Libiaiy Piesent Messis \V H Bannci (piesident), Z.'Akeii, A E. Shelton, A:. 'E;-,mnd GvMaskell,' A. Boo thH. Thompson ,1V cF itz. gdiboji and Li-JivMiechel-tsecre. taiy). MoUons Carried.-."-* Messrs Miecher and . Shelton : ■ That, l.he matter of-vca'talogueS: bo deferred to a later dale. Messrs A. Ma.skcll.,:*and A. Booth: That the . family 'tickol be -allured to iwdv^cotaplimcn tary" ticket, to be'- "given;' to donors of. 10/ or over;r*ini;tl'O; pliies or cash. Messrs A. Maskell and - H. Thompson: Thau the .president, 1 and secretary secure big mar?, quee from Mr R. T. Smith, Tor sr< Shelton and FiUgiblfon: j That l.he department .of Agricul ture be written "and thanked for the four'gold medals: also to j ask for the Government exhibit j at ensuing show. . | Messrs. E. Maskell and A. Shelton: Th...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

WEDDING." ' LALOR—MOYLAN - A pretty wedding1 was cele brated at St. Mary's R-C. Church, Dookie, on Wednesday, April 15, by. Rev-Father Rooney, when Mr Patrick Lalor, .fourth son of Mr and Mrs Lalor, of Waggarandall, was united in matrimony to Miss Susie Moylan, fourth daughter of Mr and Mrs John Moylan, •'Cliveden," Pine Lodge. The young" couple aro well-known throughout the district, and their, parents are amongst the most highly respected residents of the community. 1 The bride, who was given away by her father, wore an exquisite dress of while chiffon messalino, : trimmings of silk lace, 'insertion and-French knots, draped skirt .'caught with silk horse shoes and s orange blossom; she' - wore .• the .usual wreath and veil. •' f'iiShe;was attended5by<'heivsisteiy vKatiiCi-fWho was dressed"in;white ^Japanese silk, and hat of saxe ffblue-velvet, with bronzo:rose and 'leaves. Mr Frank Lalor XbroLher vof'-brtdegroom) :acted - as . .best «man^\Vheh ■ thc> .ceremOny'rAvaS ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLEVER SWINDLER. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

CLEVER SWINDLER. A man named Frank Mouran, who'was arrested at Wangaratta recently in connection with var_ ' ious charges of imposition 011 business people in Wangaratta, and who was tried and convict ed, proves to be an exceptionally plausible and audacious swin_ dler. He has served various sen tences and has a lengthy list of records with very varied exper iences. His most successful ven ture resulted when he carried the .war into the "enemy's camp" lig_ . uratively speaking. Some time ago he" visited a Goulburn Yal I ley town, called upon the ser_ ' geant of police there and intro duced himself as Revenuc-Detec tive Burv-tt (a relative of the well-known detective of itihat name). He said he wanted to catch a man seven or ei£M miles from the. towfi, for sly grog . setting and induced the sergeant to hire a buggy and accompany ■ • him to the suspect's house. On y the way out he borrowed 5s from ■ the sergeant to purchase liquor ' (as the law required). The visit was- entirely succe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 4 May 1914

Hans Irvine's Australian wines, botb. still and sparkling, havo. re ceived the: Hal 1 Mark of Royal ap- , proval in addition to the many awards gained in all parts of the world. Hans Irvine's Pure Grape Braudy is distilled' under. Govern ment supervision, and is. one:of the best of .its kind, in the marfcel. ; Obtainable from Irvine and Co., •Jollins-streot, Melbourne, or T. }utlirie and Co.. local as^cu. ; ■ ——•—: ■ i Woods1 Peppermint Cure for Coughs.and Colds novor fails 1/6

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

DOOKIE. A disastrous fire was narrowly averted at the farm of Mr. D. Johnston, on Thursday night   last when a large store room, containing 30 bags of oats, a   quantity of bags, two ladies bi- cycles and one gentleman's, be- sides a quantity of tools, was destroyed. The structure was   lined throughout with match- wood, and was 20ft in length. How the fire originated is not known. Both Mr D. and Mr T. Johnston were attending a pic- ture show in Dookie, and every- thing was safe when they left the homestead. A lady com-       panion and a cousin of Mr John- ston's (Mrs. McLean) were home at the time, and were startled         about half past eight by sounds of continuous roaring. On look- ing out, they were shocked to find the store room ablaze. Stand- ing at a dislance of only three or four yards was a 20 ton stack of hay. Fortunately, the wind was blowi...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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