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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

WW WW J. p. McLENNAN'S Summer Sale ..STARTS.. 17th JANUARY, 1914. GREAT BARCxM^HS! Are You— — Thinking of Getting a New SUIT? SUCCESS IN LIFIf Must be largely attributed to a Smart, Well-dressed Appearance. : We produce CLOTHES that embody .character and refinement....... QUALITY stands behind our TAILORING- and creates the essentia 1 strong first impression which helps a man to command that respect; . which is n- cessary for him to succeed. v Procure one of these Fulhvalue Suits«NOW " AND GET A FULL SEASON'S WEAR FROM TP. BUTTON &GREEN The TAILORS with 'a reputation, WYNDHAM STREET. SHEPPARTON.

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLYMPIA PICTURES [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

olymrta" pictures The splendid programmes provid ed last weefc'-drewylarge ;ln(i" ap preciative- audiences:;' to tlie. opci* air theatre in AVyndliam-street. An attractive •■■series.", of--films will be .shown to-night and oiu AVedriesday night next'.- ■:..•... •••

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DOOKIE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. NEW YEAR'S EVE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

DOOKIE AGRICULTURAL i ■ COLLEGE. XETV YEAJi'S EVEj. Notwithstanding the fact that the students had' to rise early on New Year's morning, to take their allotted places on the threshing ma chine,". they were: determined to have their■■ amusement on the preceding night;. About 1030 p.m. a fancy dress - procession, headed 'by the students band, which was com prised of kerosene tins, formed into line'. Some of the fancy costumes ■ : were rather weird and) the charac- j ters were well sustained. Ladies, j the clergy, stockmen, pierrots, "ab- l originals and sundowner* were seen i ' in. the procession. The first place of ] I call was at the residence of the ] ! principal Mr Pye,. Here the college ! 'captain, Mr On. Sims, in a short I [speech, said that the students were | : observing a time-honored custom in i l ooming to wish the compliments of j the season to Mr and Mrs Pye and i family. They also wished to con gratulate Mr Tye on the anniver sary of his natal daj'i- Mr Pjf.e .brief ly' ...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STATE LAND TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

STATE LAND TAX. •All persons, who. owiieu Jatid at 31st ..December last of an unim proved value , excet>djn^ £2o0 are liable to pay State land tax for (he current year 1914-. No general re turns are, however. required io be furnished1 to the Commissioner of Taxes who will ni'ako his assessments upon liis official records. which are based up on the land tax returns furnished his official records, which are base'.* upon the land tax returns furnishe.1 ill 1.911, 'supplemented by notices o[ change cfownership given by ven dors am) purchasers of land in the year 191!! are required to be iiiven to the Commissioner no! later than 31st January. 191-1, otherwise the Commissioner's assessments will be made as if the vendue were the owner at 31st December, 191.'. A! very large number of such notices has ti!rea<ly been received by the Commissioner, but it is feared many sellers and purchasers have not ye"t fulfilled their obligation 111 this re spect;. The notice requires to ho s...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALLEGED LARCENY INCOMPLETE IDENTIFICATION ACCUSED DISCHARGED I [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

ALLEGED LARCENY | INCOMPLETE IDENTIFICATION ACCUSED DISCHARGED I In Saturday's police court before . Dr. J. McKenna, i and Mr. J. Thorn, J.Ps., a young married man named William Sullivan, on re mand 'from the previous after noon, was charged on the in formation of Senior-constable Kennedy, with the larceny of a tie, valued at one shilling, the property of James Griffiths. Senior--constable Kennedy pro secuted. Mr. W. Mc Abernethy appeared for the accused, who pleaded not guilty... The follow ing evidence was taken:-— James Griffiths said:— I am a contractor residing at Shepparton. Tie pro- | duced may be my property. I: had one of a similar pattern in my room at the. Farmers' Arms Hotel. I last saw. it there in, first week in December. I saw j a tie yesterday at the watch house, which I identified as one of a similar pattern I used to have. I went and searched for my'tie but did not find it. Know,! defendant by sight. Saw him a ! day or two ago.. Did , not give | him permission to l...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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CONCERNING PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

<CONCERNING PEOPLE " ' Mr. Oscar Missen, accountant in the Tungamah branch oi' the National bank, died 011 Xew | Yeai'.'s Eve, after a short illness from a sceptic throat. The de ! ceased, whose parents resitfe ! at Beeac, was as popular in spoil as in private life. • The death occurred on Sundav evening, January i, of Mr, Stephens, father of Mrs Geo. 1 Edgell, Tungamah. Deceased, who was 67 years of age, was on a visit to his daughter, but he suffered a relapse of pneumonia which was the cause of his dealli, Mrs Barry, who had been slav ing on a visit to her brother Mr. P. Griflin, Burramine Soulli died on Sunday, January 1, after a lengthened illness. The death occurred at Kilmore on Now Year's Day, of Mrs Hunt wife of Mr. Thomas Hunt, J.p* editor and proprietor of the Free Press. The deceased lady was known far and wide for h,.,. many christian virtues arid kin,], ly benevolent disposition. A send-off was given 011 Fridav night last at the Strathbogie hall to Mr. and ,...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

SATISFACTION IN CLOTHES . YOU GET IT HERE AT — WARDROP'S— Premier Tailoring Establlsh . ment. SUITS full of character; suits that mark the wearer as a man I most particular in: matters of dress, suoh are WARDnOFS TAILORED SUITS: Our Representative (Mr. Syd. Thomas! visits this district every two months. . WARDROP. The Quality ' Tailor. ■ . jSMITH > STv.: COLLINQWOOD. JAS. FAIRLEYS' THE HOUSE FOR GOOD VALUE! AH ORDERS BY MAIL Receive Prompt Attention. FROM E. J. HARRIS, Unlike some Stores Our Goods need NO PUFF! Quality and Low Prices have drawn the Crowd to our Store during 1913. Many Thanks to one and all. SAVE MONEY i AndCo'me to Our Xmas Bargain Fair Our Prices are Lowest outside the City. E. J. HAR Largest & Cheapest CASH DRAPER, Telephone 49. Shepparton. TOYS AND DOLLS! GREAT XMAS BARGAIN SALE! AT LYONS' STORE, HIGH STREET, SHEPPARTON. MUST 6LEHR BEFORE NEW YEHR COSTUMES, BLOUSES, SKIRTb, UNDERCLOTHING, MILLINERY, NECKWEAR, &c. MENS'. MERCERY, HATS, TENNIS SH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

Shepparton "News". ONE PENNY! Per Copy.

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LOCAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

LOCAL MARKET. Butter (oelling) ..." lOd to U Eoas (giving) - ... 7 doz Bacon (giving) ... lid to Is Ham (giving) ... Is to Is 2d lb,. Wheat (giving) .;. 3s 58J bushel CliAiT (selling) ... £3 5a ton ;. Onions (selling) Os per owt. Potatoes (selling) now 7s owt. Flour (selling) - ... 15s bag . ' Buan (selling) " ...' Is bus Pollard (selling) ... le Id bus ; 'OAli- 8kins 'giving) 6d per lb 3ueep SkiNs'(giving) 'Sid per lb Hide .'giving) . ... 4jdperlb

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WOMAN OF 70 HAS FACE LIKE THAT OF A YOUNG GIRL. LONG GUARDED FAMILY SECRET LEARNED THROUGH A PROVINCIAL LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

WOMAN OF 70 HAS PAGE LIKE THAT OF A YOUNG-GIRL; LONG GUARDED FAMILY SEC RET LEARNED THROUGH A ' PROVINCIAL LADY, "From mother to daughter, gen- ! oration after generation,"- writes a lady now 70 years old, "we have : been notodi throughout. the little j provincial town where we live for the beauty of our complexions, pre- ! served! even to olcl age. Of late so many of our friends seem to have been cicceivod and disappointed by harmful skin remedies that we have decided that i,t is not right for us to keep to ourselves any longer the formula that has always been con- ; sidcred as our family secret, and to"! which'we owe our 'eternal youth.' Therefore we take this opportunity ' of communicating it to our sister readers. Simply take 2 oz. rose water, t dram tincture of benzoin ana 2oz. Flowers of Oxzoin, andj mix them yourself at home. Any chemist can supply you with what is necessary. Shake the lotion before using: and apply with a clean piece of cotton ; wool-or a sponge regularly ni...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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DISTRICT NEWS. DOOKIE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. ;— I ■ DOOKIE. i I ■A1 dlaring theft of a single-seated | hooded buggy was perpetrated at ; the Presbyterian Mans©, Cashel Ayr- ; ing the past weckt, The Rev J. R. Taylor, who has been away for four or five weeks on sick leave, askedj an adjoining neighbor to keep a watch now and' then on the prem ises-. It is thought the buggy was taken out on New Year's Day. Some were of the opinion that- more than likely Mr Taylor had given permission to someone to use it, but this was gocm nega'ivet^ as Mr Taylor was communicated! with and wired back saying he had given no permission whatever. It was then thought that the buggy was stolen, and Constable Slater was in-j formed1.. Having made searching in- j qui'ies it was stated that a man : and woman had recently driven over from' Bendfjgo and had camped in .the vicinity of the Manse. They have since made off in the direction of | Bunalla an'd1 have left their own j vehicle behind, which had been re-1 moved! out- of view of the pu...

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CURE OF CANCER SUCCESS OF RADIUM TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

CURE OF CANCER SUCCESS OF RADIUM .TREAT MENT - : :■■■ -An important declaration on the subject of the treatment of 'cancer is made by Dr Barlow, of the Cancer Charity of the Middlesex Hospital, which deals with inoper able cases of cancel'. Dr Barlow announces the success of the radium treatment in the cure of cancel;. In September last it was announ ced Ithat. a series of most' remarkable improvements in advanced cancer cases treated by radium had taucn place in the past six months in the cancer research wards of the Middlesex Hospital;. A member of the surgical stall then stated,-''"We do not maintain here that we have cured these cases by radiium. "What we have done is to cause growths proved microscopically to be can cerous to disappear in a truly as tounding way under radium rjiys-' Dr Barlow now reports that 24 cases of cancer which were beyond sur gical aid were admitted to the Mid dlesex Hospital from June to Sep tember 1912. All the patients died. Sixty-eight eases were adm...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHEPPARTON METHODIST CHURCH. QUARTERLY CIRCUIT MEETING. THE GAMBLING QUESTION NEW LOCAL PREACHER. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

I SHEPPARTON METHODIST ~\ ! CHURCH. I QUARTERLY CIRCUIT MEETING. THE GAMBLING QUESTION NEW LOCAL PREACHER. The quarterly meeting of the Shepparton Methodist Circuit was held in the Shepparton school hall, on Wednesday, Jan uary 7. The Rev. W. Millikan I presided, and was supported by | the Rev. H. P. Phillips. In con sequence of harvesting opera- • tions the attendance, was small. | I Finances for the quarter were i above the average, and the in- ! •come was only £3 15/ short of j the expenditure. I The general work of the ; Church was reviewed, and the j reports from Sunday schools • and Endeavor societies were con- : sidered satisfactory.. Foreign j Mission returns were £72 for the ' circuit, being an increase of; £7 over 1912. 1 Arrangements were completed for the usual harvest thanks- ■ giving services, and the circuit stewards were commissioned to write each church with the ob ject of clearing off the accumu lated circuit debt before Rev. W. A. Millikan leaves in April. ! It wa...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

' A .LURKING DANGER. There is a lurking" danger in ..the aching" ,back. I The aches and pains of the back tell of kidneys over worked. Go to the. Kidney's assis tance when" backache pains warn i ou. A kidney warning: should be promptly heeded for dropsy, gravel, and urinary (troubles arc only a step away: -Head how .the danger c.'ij-' bo'averted Mrs W. Matthews, ■ Corio-street Sh'epparton, says: ("I can. speak i very highly 'indeed of Doan's Back aoho Kidney '.Eillsr as a- splendid remedy for .kidney ailments For 1 a considerable Itimo I suffered a lot from severe pains in my back, but i.t was ;ouly about nine months ago ithat Itfound out what was really the* master with me. I had a floating kidney and this was the. cause of rny^ suffering;.. I Jwenit iito a: hospital, but' the doctor's treatment did not bt-ncftl me, and at ,last they told me I Would have to undergo an opera tion- This, I refused to do so left •the hospital,and came home. A friend of 'nine in Dookie advised me to tr...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IRRIGATION PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

IRRIGATION PROSPECTS. On his return to Rochester from a two days' inspection of the Rochester irrigation district, Mr. Elwood Mead, Chairman of the State ltivers and Water Sup ply Commission grave expression to.'-some interesting comments. He said:—Intensive farming un der irrigation required that both bran and muscle be used. Men could not'succeed with labor alone. They must plan their work for months, if-not years, in advance, and divide their land and arrange for planting so as to bring about a regular rotation and succession of crops, if they were to gel the full benefit of the water and sunshine. They were now acting on this. The meetings were to* help them in the planting of crop rotations so' that those who had dairy herds or were entering upon the busi ness of fattening live stock could have a regular succession of fod der crops throughout the year. One di/licuity that had confron ted .-,the settlers this year was "that their lucerne yield was much more prolonged than over b...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLD STORAGE OF APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

fcOLD STORAGE OF APPLE8. The following interestng paper was read by Mr. B. B. Pratt, at the Congress of Refrigeration re cently held in Chicago:—In con sidering the behavior of apples or other fruits in storage, it is essential that we keep clearly in mind the fact that they are living organisms; which pass through a definite space of exis tence. The object of storage is to conserve this life for the lon gest possible time, and to main tain the attractive appearance of the fruit throughout the market ing' period. A correct interpre tation of the causes for losses in storage will depend upon an accurate knowledge of the types of troubles capable of destroying the market value of the fruit. Two types of diseases appear as destructive factors:—(l) De cay; (2) Skin blemishes. Decay may be caused by fungus orga nisms or by the physiological breaking down of the fruit which may be termed natural death. Two general types, of fungus organisms cause fruit rots—(1) Those which are saprophytic...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SETTLERS AT THE DOOKIE COLLEGE. IN SEARCH OF KNOWLEDGE. AN INSTRUCTIVE VISIT. HORTICULTURAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

SETTLER8 AT THE DOOKIE COLLEGE. 1-N SEARCH OP KX.OJYLEDGliu AN IKSTIIUCXIVJ3 yiSI l. : HORTiCULTUEAL l OPiCS. On Tuesday, last'a large party, ol settlers .under tlio leadership of Mr 0\" J. .Nash, the woll-tnown or chardjst from tho Snepparton No. t settlement, paid a visit to Dookio Agricultural College. In the ab sence of the principal (Mr H. Pyo) tae members of tho party, were re ceived! by Mi* L. Alacaonaid, F.K.B.S Klt.H.S., and- were shown over tho different departments. The visitor? were ' primarily interested in the horticultural branch, in this division they were addressed by I lie horticulturist on the methods of fruit'preserving, canning, jam-niaic ing, and olive products. A' num ber of samples, was opened! for tho purpose of demonstrating the quality of the product put up. Tho various samples were tested; by tho visi tors, who accorded them great praise Specially interesting to many of the irrigators were the bo.ttled and can ned fruits, more particularly, per haps, the ...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. Carnival, Holiday. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

CORHESPONpENCE. Carnival, Holiday. 1 Ptubbs, secretary Sheppar mii Sports Carnival; asked the rmiiicil to take the. necessary » to have Wednesday, Fcb ririi'v 11- proclaimed a schools : liolicinv.—Cr. Sheil moved thai, <•,'request he complied ■...•with;,. The president thought there ,vi< a number or schools. Ic which the holiday might be (0i " ,L —Gr. Kerrins seepndea he motion, which was carried Sauiuu'uVy. after a brief dis cu^io" The Freezing- Works, i F Beimel 1. secretary Goul im'ni Valley Industries Co. Ltd., •mnlied to have the company s sfle for freezing works declared " mCat area under the Meat Supervision Act. No. tGi>o. lhe <itc« were lots. 2 i, and 6, part ;>f i%fo\vu allotments 8a and b, oa and t>. parish of Shepparton V detailed plan.was forwarded ol iho abattoirs and freezing works, which council's approval was siinslit.—Permission -tfas Sr,aH" Union the motion of Crs. Phil lips and Gibson. Mr \ E- Bennett, secretary lo'the Go...

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SHEPPARTON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

SHEPPARTON SHIRE COUNCIfp \t lo-ilav's meeting-,ofsSliep „rtnii ^shire council.there were risout -The pi cedent (Ci R fine) Grs. W Pinchbeck, G non -'rr W blieil, P A Keinns "ST ? $ Mitchell. An apology, was tendered by Cr. . Pmohbeck, for the absence of his colleague Cr. Geo. Bit-con.

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