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CRICKET. CHURCH OF ENGLAND v METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914

ORICKET, CHuRCHe O0 ENGLAND V METHIODIST. These teams me't at the Recreation Reserve yesterday afternoon in the presence of a fair number of spectators, and it was gratifying to see the increas ing interest being evinced in the pro gress of the newly-formed Churches' Cricket Association, under whose aus pices these club are competing. The weather was cool, and had it not been for the strong southerly wind prevailing, would have been ideal foriThis "king of pastimes." The wicket was good, and both teams put up good scores; the fielding ground was excellent, many of the bumps that previously existed hav ing been taken off by the road machine which has been in use preparing the ground for the coming Carnival. Church of England had first use of the bat, and the first wicket fell for four runs, there after the batsmen completely collared the bowling, and when two wickets were down for 194, Date (captain) de dclared tshe innings closed. Fewater played a fine innings for 101 not out, going...

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FOUNDATION DAY CRICKET MATCH. CHURCH ASSOCIATION V. WUNGHNU. A VICTORY FOR THE LOCALS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914

FOUNDAT1ON DAY CRICKET MATCH. CHURCH ASSOCIATION V. WUNGHENU. A VICTORY FOR THE LOCALS Monday (Foundation Dsy) being a public holiday the \Vuoghnu Cricket Club, which, in the competition for this season's premiership of the Numurkah and IKatamatite Association, has an un beaten record, sent a team to Sheppar ton to try eoncluoions with a team selected from the clubs comprising the ocl cherclies' association. Several of the players originally selcoted by tlhe association were unable to take part in the match, noverthelcss wortby substi tutes took their places and a strong team entered the field. Thie Wuughnu team which was weakened to an extent by the absence of a couple of good men, arrived by the early mornine train, and quisrtered themselves at War'e Goul burn Valley Hotel. The Recrceation Reserve, where tile match was started shortly after 11 a.m, was, with the ex ception of a couple of pools of water (the result of previous night's rain), in fairly good condition. The churches' ...

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THE PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914

THE PIRESENTATION, With Mr Orr were the Rev Gao Paul (cbairman), the Rev N D Herring and Mr W R Vincent (members of the Shep parton State.school Committee); an apology being received from Mr Harry Young (the correspondent), Jwho had been called away on urgent business. The Rev Geo Paul, in introdacing Mr Orr to the scholars, saidithat if they did not know that gentleman, their fathers and mothers would know him well, and as having once replesented the North. Eastern Province of Victorit in the L.gislative Council. It was found im possible to have at the sides of the pho tograph the names of all the children attending the school in MIay, 1913; and so the difficulty was got over by having the name of the youngest child of every family represented at the school, whether boy or girl. Mr Orr (who was received with loud applause), stated that he had been asked by the school committee to make the presentation. That picture represented probably one of the most important events that had occu...

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LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914

LOCAL PRODUOCE MBARKET. Butter (selling) 10d, Is ld Eggs (giving) 64d Oheese (selling), 10d, is Bacon ,, 1is ld, is 2d Ham ,, ls 2d ls 4d Wheat (giving) 8s ?-d Potatoes ,, 6s Onions ,, 1Os 8d Bran ,, la bus., Chaff (selling) £8 il Floor ,, 15s Pollard ,. ls ld Calfskine (giving) 5d to 6J lb Shee'pskine ,, 4} to 5& lb Hides ,, 4d 5d lb '

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IN AN ARDMONA SUN. THE FRUIT PICKING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914

IN AN ARDMONA SUN. THIE FRUIT PICKING BEASON. B3 " ADELE." Row by row of fruit trees stand re vealed in all their rich glory in the full blIze of an Ardmona sun. North, south. east and west, the fruit trees raise a perfect forest of smiling beauty whose perfume Ecents the air with that deli cous fraraance so peculiar to some fruits. The orchard we have entered is one of the finest in Ardmona, and this bright morning witnesses the commence ment of the fruit picking season-a period of the year which is looked upon by all the humbler portions of the dise. trict as a time of profitable occupation. So the tramp, long before the day arrives, on which the season fairly set:s in, slings his swag across his back. his billy in hand, and bids a j yous farewell to tbhe city with its squalid misery, cx. clhanging its moral and physical pesti lential atmosphere for the dclear air of heaven and honest labor from morn till night. It is now past eight o'clock, and all engaged in the orchards have lo...

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GOULBURN VALLEY FIRE BRIGADES' ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL (1914) DEMONSTRATION AT COBRAM. SHEPPARTON WINS THE AGGREGATE AND RETAINS POSSESSION OF "RUNDLE" SHIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914

GOULBUJRN VALLEY FIRE BRIGADES' ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL (1914) DEMONSTRATION AT COBRAM. SHEPPARTON WINS THE AGGREGATE AND RETAINS POSSESSION OF "RUNDLE" BSHIELD. The annual demonstration under the auspicea of the G.V.F.B.A was held at Cobram yesterday, and though the various events were carried out most successfully the support accorded by the public was not up to expectations, while the number of brigades represented (eight out 16 comprising the association) was most disappointing, the seven visit ing brigades putting in an appearance being Kyabram, Mooroopna, Sheppar ton, Tatura, Numurkah, Nathalia and Rushworth, all of whom, with the ex ception of Nathalia, travelled by special train. The management of affairs was under the supervision of capable officers, with Capt Tennant as president ; while the secretarial duties were ably carried cut by MIr T G Martindale. Chief officer T S Marehall, of the Country Fire Brigades' Board, was also present. The weather was rather blustery, and no d...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914

BOWLS, Monday being a universal holiday and the local club having no match fixtures, the president (Mr H B Harvey) sugges. ted a match between teams representing the president and vice president. The idea was talked over and acted upon, and it weas arranged they should dine together in the. evening, the losers to pay. Twenty.fourmembers were at Ihe green by 8.80 p.m., and alter sorting up the teams play was started. Unfor tunately it was not weather for bowling, as frequent breaks were made owing to rain, and the green consequently was very sodden, in fact after the heavy shower somewhere about five o'clock the play was stopped through water, However, it was a very pleasant afternoon's social meeting, and there was no quibbling about technicalities, but all sports out for a good game. The senior vice-president (Dr Cook) unfor tunately could not be present, but the junior vicepresident (Mrr Lanyon) did ]astice as his representative, but the president's team was too good and won. At 8...

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SANDHURST TRUSTEES' CO. FIFTIETH DIVIDEND DECLARED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914

SANDHURST TRUSTEES' 00. FIFTIETH DIVIDEND DECLARED. The fifty-second half-yearly meeting of shareholders of the Sandhurst and Northern District Trustees Exenctors and Agency Company Limited was held at the oflice, View-stree:, Beudigo, on Friday 23r:d inst. the chairman (Mr J H Abbott) presided over 17 shareholders, representing 9230 sharrs. Is moving the adoption of the report and balance - sheet, the chairman congratulated the shareholders on the continued pros perity of the company. The year just ended showed the expenses reduced by £325 compared with the previous year. The dividend psyableo that day made the 50th paid by the cbmpany siece its inception in 1SS. The total dividends for the 25 years amounted to £34,700, which meant that the shareholders had received a little over 6 per cent per annum for their money, and the reserves had been built up to £12,250. By this it would be seen what excep tional security the company gave to clients entrusting it with their affairs. This E...

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OLYMPIA. KIALLA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914

OLYMPIA. KIALLA RACES. WEDNESDAY, FEBRuUARY 4, The following are the handicape: Trial Stakes, 5 furlonge-Waipa, 9 5; Byock, 85; Echo, Gracile, Hamac, 7-12; Chester Nan, 7-10; Prickly Pear, Jadler, 77. ZHandicap Trot, one mile-Annie Huon, Emmie Hoon, Imitative, Clnrion ette, Chlorine, Rockfeller, Jimmy's Star Wakeful, Home Rule, scratch; Tarboy, Albert, Saloalic, 50 yards bhd; Brooklyn Jun., 100 yards bhd; B.H., 140 yards bhd. Kialla Handicap, about one mile Boessemer, 95 ; Admiral Grand, D9 ; Bertha Maid, 812; Lady Mona, 8 5 Galeta, 7.10; Black Flora, 7 5 ; Green finch, 7.0; Hiram, Aramain, 6.12; Maidland, 6.10; The Result, Aulic, 0 8; Byock, 67 Hack Race, five furlongs-All Smiles, 10 0; Chalmers, 9.0; Astrakan, 8.7; Vadastry, 8 0 ; Gracile, 8.5; Chester Bee, Eoho, Lucy Hinton, Miss Stone. 8.0; Chester Nan, 7.12; Humadda, Trimetntus, 7.10; Prickly Pear, Harmac, Humanitare, 7.9; Montmarte, 7.7 ; Gil lenbah, Black Bess, Unity, Happy Jack, 7.5 Novelty i'ony .laco, four furlongs Little ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914

Sales at Shepparton Corporation Yards. CATTLE .., FEB 3 PIGS ....... ... FEB 9 SHEEP ... ... .. FEB 10 SALE FIXTURES FOR JANUARY & FEBRUARY " Friday, January 80 Tatura Horse Sale Saturday, January 81 Tatura Pig Sale Monday, February 2. Yarraervonga Pig Sale Iichard Pethybridge's Clearing Sale, Arcadia St James: Watts, Tarnbull and Co., Stock Dookie Stock Sale Tongamah Stock Sale Tuesday, February 3 G Mi Thomas's Clearing Sale, at Kotupna Shepparton Cattle Sale Wednesday, February 4 l'Crumn's Clearing Sale, Bunbarthe Bean's Clearing Sale, Tatura Thursday, February 5 A Hutchison's Clearing Sale, Shep parton East Oliver's Clearing Sale, Wattville Tatura Stock Sale Friday, February 6 Thomas's Clearing Sale, Ardmona Dookie Horse Sale Saturday, February 7 MIooroopna Horse Sale -A O Tuthill's Farniture Sale, Maude street Mounday, February 9 Shepparton Pig Sale OF E Newman's Clearing Sale, Kar. ramomus Everard Brown's Clearing Sale, Dhur ringile Tuesday, February 10 Sheppartin Sheep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914

HALF-YEARLY SURPLUS SALE. HALF-YEARLY SURPLUS SALE. TIE IH.LLER STORES SMEPPARTON. 'smme~as : SITURDAY JANUARY 24tl, 1914, when Astonishing Bargains will be - supplied Ay Every Dep artment SSHtOR iEARLY ANJ AYOID THE ORiI SH AT THE MILLER STORES, SHEPPARTON. ROWE & CO:S Summaer Sale STARTS Saturday, January 17. Corner Wyndham and High Streets, Shepparton, SPRY'S SHOE STORES - Opposite Post Office, Shepparton. Boots! Boots! Boots! At MELBOURNE FACTORY PRICES. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGORES. Why pay DoubleProfit when we supply direct from the Factory at 20 per cent less than any other Hiouse? :CALL ON US AND SAVE' MIDDLEMEN'S PROFIT. Every Pair made from Especially Selected Leather for Country Wear, and are Guaranteed all Solid Leather. THE LARGEST AND MOST UP-TO-DATE STOCK OF LADIES', G'NT'S, AND CHILDREN'S FOOTWEAR OUT OF MELBOURNE TO CHOOSE FROM, NOTE:ADDRESS a SPRY'S SHOE STORES, SHEPPARTON fti j (Opposite Post Office). SJ. WINNETT, Local Manager. ... - - - .... .. i. J...

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HELD OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914

HELD OVEr.-Tho great demand on our space compels us to hold over a report of the annual meeting, aIecha. oie's Institute ; a letter entitled " Street Marcbing for the Band Contest," an' other subjects, Focaru PAGE.-On orr fourth page will bo found: Sandhuret Truste50 Company, In an Ardmona Sun (by Adele), Foundation Day Cricket Matoh, Wedding Bells, Brevity Bureau, ete. TIIISTLES PRoSeCILTeoN.-Tleu case in which James Drummond, thistle in· spector for Sheppartoen Shire Cuncig, laid an information agajost Joseph Timems, of Kialla, was called on before MIr A Whitehead, J P, at the Police Courc on Teesday. Mr J Sutheelund (who appoored for the Shire Council), stated that he had no objection to the desire of Mr 1 Grant (Messrs Grant and Tuthill), counsel for the delendant, to have an adjournment for 1.1 days, Mr Grant being engaged clsewhcro. T'e adjournment was granted. COLLECTOR'S LIceNSE. - Presiding at the Policka Court on Tuesday, Mr A ,Vhitehead, J P, granted Edward Ernest Pinner ...

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SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914

SUNDAY SERVICES. METHODIST - Shepparton, 11, Rev Phillips; 7.80, subject, "'Th influence of gambling on sport," Rev Millikan. Mooroopna, 11, Rev Millikan; 7.30, Rev Phillips. Tallygaroopna, 3, Rev Phil lips; 7.30, Mr J Phillips. Caniambo, 2.30, Mr Palling. Pine Lodge, 3, Mr Eddy. Tank Corner, 11, Mr Eddy. Kialla, 11, Mr Palling. Congupna, 3,, Rev Millikan. North Mooroopna, 7.30 Mlrs Long, GrahamValo, 3, Mr Ezard. ANGLICAN., - 1V. Sunday after Epi phany.-St, Augustine's, Shepparton- 8 a.m, Holy Communion; t11 a.m., Holy Eucharist and Bermon; 7.30 p.m, Even song and Sermon-The Rector. Shop parton East, 8 pm, Evensong and Ser mon. St. Peter's, Arcadia, 8 p.m,, Evensong and Sermon-Rev D Sherris. Tallygaroopna--ll and 7.30, St Luke's; 3 p.m,, St. John's-Rov G A HLorner CHURCH OF CHRIST.-Worship 11, Bible Sohool 2.45, Gospel 7.80; Cos. grove 8--Preacher Mr H MI Olipstone PRESBYTsERI.N--Shepparton 11, 7.30 (subject, "Gambling: its baneful in tlsenoe and our duty towards it"), Pine Lodge 8-...

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WEDDING BELLS. BREDIN—CANN. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 January 1914

WEDDING BELLS. BREDIN-CANN. The marriage of Mr Wm Cann (third son of Mr Ivatt Gann, of Euroa) and Miss Lucinda Bredin (second daughter of the late Mr Robert Bredin, of Shep- parton, and Mrs Bredin, of Tomingley, New South Wales) was celebrated by the Rev Ernest Smith of Footscray, at the Methodist Church, Sunshine. Fol- lowing the custom of the church, the bride and bridegroom were presented with an illustrated bible by the pastor, Mr W. H. Hughes; the wedding being the first in the history of that church at Sunshine. The bride (who was given away by her uncle, Mr Dunn, of Hamp- ton) wore a gown of white silk, trimmed with Limerick lace and pearls. The orange blossoms, which fastened the veil, was lent by an intimate friend who had worn it thirty years ago. The first bridesmaid. Miss E. Barkley, of Haw- thorn, wore white crepe-de-chine, em- broidered with Irish lace and crochet buttons; while Miss E. Bredin, sister of the bride, was dressed in white silk, with vest of silk allover l...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 February 1914

31ELBOURNE MARKETS Fat Sheep.-35,CC0 yarded. Prime crossbred wethers, 183 to 19i 61; extra do 20s to 22., with few selected pens op to 25s; good do 16. to 17s 61; second do from 15s ; prime crossbred ewes 15t to 16: 61; extra, 17s to i?o 63; few to 20s ; good 13i to 14 ; second do 103 -6C to 12s; old and inferior, low-c:nditioned sorts. 73 to 10s ; prime merino wethers, 163 to 17i 61; extra do 181 to 20c; good do 14 to 15t; second do 12 to 133 61 ; inferior and small, 103 to 11 : prime merino ewes, 14- to 163 61; good do 11s 6 to 13 ; second do S8 61 to 10 ; inferior and old, from 4- upwards. Fat Lambs.-32,6G00 were penne3. Prime 13s 61 to 163; extra, 175 to 20 ; good, 11s 91 to 13.; Eecond, 10s to 11s 33; inferior, 83 61 to 9J 61. Fat Cattle.--3,57 yarded. Prime pens of bullocks £10 0l to £12 ; extra do £12 10s to £13 73 63; and good do £9 to £10; good light and handy weights, £8 to £8 15s; second do £6 103 to £7 10os; inferior and lightern from £5 15 ; prime pens of cows, £7 10i t...

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FARMERS HAVE MANY BURDENS. THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 February 1914

FARMERS HAVE MANY BURDENS. THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION BILL. In the debate on the Workers' Cnm pens?tion Bill in the Legislative B:11 in the Legislative Assembly, Mr Robertson moved to insert the following new clause : "This act shall not apply to any worker who at the time of the accident. is em plcyed at dairy-farming work or in agri cultural or viticultural or horticultural work, including therein work in, on; or about a farm, vineyard, or orchard, for the purpose of improving the same, un less the employer of the worker at the time of the accident is a contractor for the execution of such work, in which the contractor, and he alone. shall be liable under the act to pay compenss tion to the worker." Mr Robertson asil that he had deli berately conpied the clause as provided by the Ministry in 1911, and it should therefore, meet with the approval of the committee. :Ir Mackinnon himself supported it. There were many reasons why the primary procducers should be excluded. One reason was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 February 1914

K ` So!' in 2 oz and 4 az. (actual iieight) Plugs, r in CutDoable. ii1 fkke, packed in dainty Silvered 2 0:2. Tin. Vr "(Mg Idi~cl" \"~ 6 -. WELL-KIMOWN SCTORiAN NURSES TESTIFY TO t II Letter reivrd from Nurse Cather;ne Kotning, 176 Davis-street, North. B'ur.swick, 29 3 12. in which she claims Clerents Tonic restored her daughter to health. Read each wo: d: CLEEVIENTS TONIC LTD., "I am writing of the great good Clements Tonic did my daughter. Early in January last year, she was operated upon in hospital for appendicitis. She was eight weeks there, and came home very weak and run down. I purchased several bottles of Clements Tonic to give her a course. IT soon strengthened her nerves, and she was as well as I could wish her before long. It is fourteen years ago that I first used Clements Tonic, and in my profession as'a nurse I have recommended that medicine times out of number. I have seen people re , tored to health and strength, and BLESS THE DAY THEY tIEARD OF CLEMENTS TONIC. That...

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TALLYGAROOPNA SPORTS CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 February 1914

TALTqAIiOOPNA SPORTS CLUB I-- A very enthusiastic meeting of the Tallygaroopna sports club was held in the public hall, when there w~a q good attendance of the public, Mr T. J. Saneilanes ipreeident) being in the chair. The balance sheet of the recent sport. was read, which showed a radit Ialance of over £33. The r4ooroopna Hospital will hone lt to the extent of about £8. and the Tallygaroopet reereation geserve about £35. The president thanked everybody wi~g hbd worked, and moved a special voto of thanks to the ladies, which was carried. Mr B. Wood (see rotary), in thanking everybody for the willing help he had received, stated that thebo work had boon a pleasure to him, and he now wished to give to the public library the sum of £5 out of his salary, as the library could well do. with gore new books. Mr J. E. E'gri?' thankeel Mr Wood for his genoro1s offer and-the

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A STREET MARCH FOR THE BAND CONTEST. [To the Editor of "The Advertiser."] [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 February 1914

A STREET MARCH FOR THE BAND CONTEST. [To the Editor of "The Advertiser.'] Ste,-Our Carnival committee de serves the commendsticn of the people of Sheppartcn for its fine sports pro gramme for its gala day. Ildeed, its enterprise in the Bind contest part of the vrogramme has been worthy cf the best thanks of all. We have a privilege at the present time that few towns have in musical talen:, viz.. two good bands, each trying to autrival the other by be coming preofcient in band music This has beEn the means of a considerable amount of enjoyment to the public, in asmuch as where we -elhom heard or saw a full band on parade, we now have a fall bill, as it were, to feast upon. The spirit of healthy rivalry is keen, all must admit ; and there has been an impetus stimulated amongst the bandsmen that is in no small measure attributd to the Carnival Committee, in providing a con test once more at the forthcoming demonstraticn. In the programme there are prize for oquicktep and selection work...

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THE ANNUAL MEETING MECHANICS INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 February 1914

THE ANNUAL 1MEETING MECHANICS INSTITUTE. The annual meeting of members of the Shepparton Free Library and Working Men'e Club was held on Tuesday night. Present : the president (Mr F B ?'Naughton), and fourteen members. Apolceies were acepted from Messrs E J Vibert, A Ciydesdale, C Bailey. The committee pointed cut that the year had commenced with a credi: balance of £53 17s, which at the close of theyear, December 31st last, stood at £39 35 ii. Daring that period, however, one debenture of £50 had been paid; the cott-ge had been thoroughly renovated at a cost of Lid, and 182 new becks had been carefully selected to the value of £22 2s 63. Two cases of books had been received from the Public Library. The number of books circulated was ~56), and the estimated number of visits paid was 27,600. The number of oubscriptions paid in £069 Gs. A sum of £15 was due, mostly annual mombers and would all be collected. The amount received from billiard tables was £12- 7s 93, being an increase on ...

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