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THE BEAUTY OF HOLINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 June 1914
fIlE BEATY OF. IIOLI BY PASTOR RIUSSELL. Text: "'c iHe Who hath called you is holy. s be ye holy in all manneir oi con-L v'tc.ati 1t (1. Peter i. 10!. The Scrip'turce cxplicity declare that oer rt-pious C'rat',r 1made Ilan in li 1 own ima.e and ikene --. and pronouncld 11: liture very t ,od.i \ hicn tin.enterled 11into the worol. thlough the di.obedien-e U0 lothetr Ad.m. they Here l ut off f.ront te-: r-,.hip with their Ireator-a- a lalt o0 i. i ,i:d ty ofi in . "' his alienation I o 1e - f.;d ira:.et have boes on, of their melt ,ric A- cntltuie. Itoled et and11 .1\de m' pos erity ec?3 ii110 anld inler depraved and iemv n , l i ,:ed . ',h i. i : :d c ihla t lter lik en ess ti (G ,t " ec m.Lt e ;ndi-tin,:7 . S i w h le thil dt - .- i l f o r ( .- 3 1 --'i t 1 l 1 1 1in . - t i' n I s c e i t 3I S -t , pt iounlCed than in othe1 . lt. I c some It e s , fEti e thailt 11 " rt Ie ittle for 1 teir vt".. t,,r. and .,re easih" -atstied by the i:et- of th i - ,veo rld. or by the ecn -uu d i ....
OLYMPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 June 1914
OLYMIPIA. &nbsp; &nbsp; IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. FOOTBALL On Wednesday the second round of matches for the premiership of the GV.F L will be commenced. Shepparton play at Mooroopna against the local team. The latter anticipate putting into the field its strongest com bination for the season and is confident of making a break in Shepparton's run of victories. Walter Swann, who is indisposed, suffering from a most severe attack of influenza, will be absent from the Shep parton team; while it is doubtful if Tom Darcy (captain), who met with an acci dent whilst out motoring last Wednes day, will be sufficiently recovered to play. On Saturday evening, whilst practis ing at the rear o( the Post Office, Arthur Maskela had the misfortune to rick an ankle, but it is expected this will be all right by Wednesday. Mal M'Caskill will play his first pre miership match with Shepparton, and a couple of good junior players will also be included. The team to represent Shepparton will be...
UNDER THE CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 29 June 1914
UNDER THE CLOCK. FocURTH PA'at.-Bicycle v i'oli:emwn' Horse, A Cost of £700, F,otb'bli, Shepparton School Conmittee, Cldea. dales Past and Present, Weddint B1lb, Brevity Bureau. "The Beauty of Ith. ness" (by Pastor Russells, Spcrtinug Fixtures, Dookie Gun Club, New Hheep Fodder, etc. 'PTHONE IN THE I'o:r:To.-IMr A C Palmer, M.H.R has been iufcra?o be the Deputy Postmaster General thbst i order to afford facilities for users ci the public telephone at Shepparton, tc obtain service at any time reauited, approval has been given for the invisions of a telephone and silence cabinet in the portico of the Court House, Sheppartou, and the necessary action is being ta?kn accordingly. eICIe-esD 1o DIrAUC:rT Hors,..-t Benjamin Irvine, of the Village Sette ment (Rho is not long residret frvim America), had the misfortune to b kicked on the left armn by a draught horse a few days ago. The result was a fracture of what is technically know oas? the "ulna" bone (which extends from the little finger...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 July 1914
IBARGAIN TIME AT M'LENNAN'S. Hundreds of Lines thrown out daily. Further shipment of .Girls' Knitted Woollen Coats and Hoods to Match, complete for 4s lld. Special Line of P.D. Corsets clearing at 5s 6d pair. A Visit to our SALE will pay you. --'·-- - "Its exquisitely delicate flavour, its purity and wholesomeness have won appreciation from _ all classes and all ages." CADBURY, BDOURNVIILLE 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 This letter has been recorded because of its great ernestness, and the way the writer. Mr. Holliday, expresses his sufferings and recovery. It shows what Clements Tonic can do. Mr. Holliday writes from his business address, 113 Madeline Street (Bakers Patent Peel Factory). Carlton, Melbourne, 19/5/I11. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., S"I am glad to tell you what Clements Tonic did for me. A year ago I was so ill from had live...
MR NUGENT'S EXPERIMENT. LIME SAND FROM WARRNAMBOOL. FOR LUCERNE AND FRUIT GROWING. PRINCIPAL W. H. CALLISTER TO SUPPLY AN ANALYSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 July 1914
lSiR NUGENT'S EXPERIMENT, LIME SAND FROM WARR. NAMBOOL. FOR LUCERNE AND FRUIT GROWING. PRINCIPAL W. H. CALLISTER TO SUPPLY AN ANALYSIS. An interesting experiment, the result of which will be awaited with some keenness, especially by bloekholders, is being carried out by Mr James Nugent on his holding at No. 1 SBhpparton Estate Closer Settlement. It consists of lime-sand brought from Warrnambool being spread over land intended for lucerne and fruitgrowirg. Last August, when proceeding to that seaport to take part in the rifle union matches, Mr Nugent saw millions of tons of the material mentioned heaped up in hillocks, it having been washed in from the sea; and the idea occurred to him that better use micht be made of it, that it might be availed of for the purpose of " liming." When shortly afterwards in Melbourne, he interviewed Mr Elwood Mead, chairman of the State Rivers and Water Supply Commission, on the subject; and Mr Mead considered the idea a very good one, and promised to ...
HOSPITAL DEMONSTRATION COMMITTEE. £212 COLLECTED AT COST OF 6s 7d. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 July 1914
HOSPITAL DEMONSTRATION COMMITTEE, £212 COLLEOTED AT COST OF 6s 7d. An interesting balance-sheet will be submitted at the annual meeting of the Hospital Demonstration Committee to .be held at the Mechanics on the 9Oh inst. Mr E J Harris, the hon secretary (Mr A Whitehead. hon treasurer'. reports that the amount collected (£212 2a 3d) covstitutes a record, and the collection has been made at an expenditure totalling only 6s 7d ! The details are : By bank balance, 10s 3d; JFriendly Societies, £.45 7s 11; per Messrs T N Muntz and F Fair, £44; Messrs A Whitehead and J Stubbs, £25 10s 6d; Messrs C Palling and R L Irvine, £28 2s 9d ; Messrs H T Lanyou and H M'Kenzie, £22 153; Mr Geo Hosie (Shepparton East and Pine Lodge districts), £16 15s; Mr J M Phillips, (Con gupna), £6 7s 6d; Presbyterian Churcb, £7; Church of England, art (1a 1-1. ArafhAMlia fhnh-1 f,7, 1. S ; Baptist Church, £2; Church of Christ, £1 15s ; Salvation Army, ?i ; National Bank, £2 2s ; Dr J A C Welchman, £1 Is; Mr T Jenk...
LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 July 1914
LOOAL PRODUOE MARKET. Butter (selling) ll1d, is 2d Eggs (giving) is Cheese (selling), 10a, is Bacon ,, lid, is Ham ,, Is ·1 Id Wheat (giving) 8s 6d Potatoes ,, 7s 6d Onions ,. 9s Bran ,, Is 2d bus. Chaff (selling) L8 51 Flour ,, 15s Pollard ,, le 3d Calflskins (giving) id to ad lb Sheepskins ,, 4} to 5. lb. Hides ,, 4d Sd lb
METHODIST QUARTERLY MEETING. FINANCES, NEW CHURCH, AND CENTENARY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 July 1914
IETIHODIST QUARTERLY MEETING. FINANCES, NEW CHURCH, AND CENTENARY. The usual quarterly meeting of the Shepparton Methodist Cirenit was_hold in the Shepparson school hall yesterday. The Rev E. Smith presided, and was supported by the Rev H. F. Phillips. There was a large and representative at. tendance of members from the various churches, and a very fin meeting re sulted. The circuit stewards welcomed the superintendent, who briefly responded, and urged all memborers to work unitedly and narmoniously for the cause of (ind. Tie membership roll showed an all round increase. The finances were well up, the total results being £154 for tho quarter, an increase of class moneusy being noticeable; tho expenditure was shown as .207 odd, but this was largely caused by the £f2 spent on repairing and re. furnishing the Shepparton parsonage with the £23 9s 4d credit for previous quarter deduoted-a debit balance of £°0 was carried forward. As each quarter promises to pay its way, this is not alar...
ST. LEON'S CIRCUS. A SPLENDID ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 July 1914
ST. LEON'S CIRCUS. A SPLENDID ENTERTAINMENT. There should be again -a crowded attendance at St Loon's circus (rear of Post Office) this evening. Last night the bumper audience was delighted, for every item was a notable one, and in every way a success; and there was no doubting that Mr St Leon had broueht with him a vvry hiehlv rhninni -and accomplished company of artists. The five members of the St Leon family as acrobats and g:ound and aerial tumblers would be hard to boat any where; the Sole sisters were marvels in the particular line of their business as aerial tliers; while Miss Philippine St Leon as an cquoestrionne was perhaps the best yet witnessed in Shepparton. She rode on a bare-backed sterd, sprang to its back like a streak of lightning, somersadlted on that bark, and wont through a variety of feats that wore astounding, and with 'grace and pretti ness that was becitchong. As for !he dummy- clown, it was the general opinion that his equal has not been seen in ths distric...
THE LIBERAL OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 July 1914
THE LIBERAL OUTLOOK. Sm Alexander Peacock, the new Premier of Victoria, steps into office almost unnoticed. The aver age elector is much more inter ested in the fortunes of Mr Watt and Dr Salmon in Balaclava, in the smallest happening connected with the Federal fight, than in the whole policy ofE Liberalism in the State House. Sir Alexander Pea cock and his colleagues may not regret that the battle anent prefer ence to unionists, the cleaning of the rolls, the rights of the Senate and so forth, will absorb all except a few till September 5th has come and gone; but they will assuredly hear in mind that their work is just as important as it would be were the eyes of the electors on it. In certain quarters there are un gracious mutterings that Ministers have not submitted a sufficiently dazzlinig programme. Had they presented members with a lonE list of proposed measures when the House met the other day the very people who now sneer " poverty struck" would have sneered "more shop windo...
DALGETY AND CO LTD. IMPORTANT PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS. Eremeran Station. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 July 1914
DALGETY AND CO LTD. IMPORTANT PROPERTY TRAN SACTIONS. Eromeran Station. Dalogty and Company Ltd, Albury, report having sold on account of Mr A B Triggs, Yass, his Eremoran Station, situated 70 miles from Condobolio, com prising 6000 acres freehold, 390,000 acres western leases, together with 95,000 sheep, 200 cattle, and 1.10 hopes, also machinery, working plant, etc. Porohasere, Messrs Ellis Bros, of Burrabogio and Eli Elw.h stations, Hay, Toonallook Estate, Dalgoty and Co Ltd, Albury (in con junction with M'Pherson, Thoem, and CGo), report having sold on account of Mr H A Nevett, trustee in the estate of the late Alfred Mitchell, Toonallook Estate, situated 20 miles from Albury, on the main Upper Murray road, com erisino 8003 acres freohold, 2740 aores C.L. Purohasor, Mr Lionelo Griffith. Jingollio Estate. , Dalgety and Co Ltd, Albury (in con junction with Messrs M'Molekin and Crammond), report having sold on ac count of Mosers Widdis and B3oazley the wholo of their Jingollio Esta...
UNDER THE CLOCK. FOURTH PAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 July 1914
UNDER THE CLOCK. FouRTe PAr.u.-Poultry Notes. Feed ing Mixture with Lucerue, Sporting Fixtures, Citizens and Defence, The Federal Campaigu, Brevity Bureau, etc. OTHER PeoPLE's MolSye.-Oa the ap plication of Mr M Grant, at the Police Court on Tuesday, Dr J 3'Kenna and Mr Jas Thorn, J.P's, granted A Miller and Co an order for £9 163 -d, with £1 6c costs, against A Lcotus. A BEn'rcu.tx Drtuo ?-"Aro you a MIahomuedan !" asked Dr M'Kenna, who was associated with Mr" Jas Thorn on the Bench at the Police Court on Tuesday. " No; I'm a Hindoo," au swered the individual questioned. To specialise, he was a Sikh, a race of people who, when defeated in battle, face the enemy when retreating, never showing their backs. This particular specimen of that nation stood before the Bench 'ooking somewhat dissipated, crojaum like a leaniog tower of i'isa mane up of cambric. He was charged with having been " drunk and disor derly," though he was stated by Con stable S C Ottaway to be " very quiet" when ar...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 July 1914
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Fat Sheep -20,815 yarded. Prime crossbred wethors 24s 6d to 233 63, extra prime do to J0a 9d, odd wethers to 36s, good crossbred wethers 21s to '23 9d, second do 18s 6d to 20s, inferior do to 16s 68, prime crossbred oewes 21s 0d to 83s 6d, extra do 24s 33 to 27s 63, odd do to 290 9d, good do 193 to 20s 63, second do 163 to 183, inferior do from 10s 63, prime merino wethees 223 to 24s id, good do 193 6d to 20s 61, merino owes 12s 61 to 183 6d, a few extra to 19s 'd, low-conditioned owes from 6s 6d. Fat Lambs.--7350 penned, Prime 163 33 to 203, extra 21s 31 to 223 6d, a few pens to 28s 3d, good 13i 3d to 153 6i, seconds 10s 6d to 12s, inferior from 83 6d. A few pens of this season's drop, very prime, made to 19O Id. Fat Cattle.-2355 penned. Prime pens of bullocks £14 12s 63 to £16 10s, extra do £17 10a to £18 10s, odd bul loks to £19 0ls. Good pons of bullocks £12 10s to £11 17s 6id, good light and handy weights £10 to £12, second and inferior from £8, prime pens of...
GOWANGARDIE. A LIBERAL ADDRESS. ATTEMPT AT IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 July 1914
GOWANGARDI E. '-- 4 A LIBERAL ADDRIESS. ATTEMPT AT IRRIGATIONS [From Our Own Correspondeutl. Mr H Menzies, representing the central executive of the People's Party, delivered an address ill the local hall on Friday, giving a history of the Federal Parliament, and referring especially to the work done during the past 12 months. The platform of the Liberals was contrasted with that of the Socialists, and a large number of matters were alluded to, the importance of which vwas lucidly pointed out. The Socialist platform was also explained. Mr Menzies is an able and logical speaker, and many who heard him were much impressed by hiu state ments. Referring to au attempt at irri gation in Gowangardie, which was not in the first place successful as the dam broke away, and has not Jeen tested since, the parish of Gowangardie is hilly, and betweein the hills it is an easy matter to impound water, providing the dam can be made to hold; and no doubt iu the future irrigation for orchards and vine...
SHEPPARTON SHEEP MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 July 1914
0 SHEPPARTON SHEEP MARKE A full yarding of fat sheep forward Tuesday. Prices firm and brisk for L quality sheep and lambs, indifferi a quality slightly easier. Total yarding sheep only numbered 1679, and of thi 908 were in the fat pons. Crossbr i wethers, good quality 22s to 24s, o pens to 24s 9d, medium quality do 7 I to 218, merino wethers 17s to 181 11 good quality oross owes 20s to 26s t odd lots to 85s 3d, merino owes 11s 0 1?s, prime lambs 24- to 25s, good S18s 6d to 10s 4d, medium do 153 90 17s 3d, small do 13s 9d to 14s 8d, ral for trucking 15s to20Os. Store Sheep.-Very short yarding poor quality, diflicult to sell, the f pens forward being sold at easier ra than previous market:'-156 m oewes, and 6 years, 36 lambs Ss 31, 135 crg owes, 6 and 8 tooth, 105 lambs at fi 21s, 77 weanoers, small 13s 43, 74 x o 4 and 5 years 20P 9P, 20 m wothers e S2d3, 52 wethers 16s 63, 1114 t x wethi Is Ir,. n Qn 1 r~ e ta,?~r ,.aa ,..,,,.n
I.O.R. BANQUET. SOME INTERESTING ADDRESSES IN THE CAUSE OF TEMPERANCE. NO-LICENSE DATA—AND A COMPARISON. FAREWELLING DEPARTING MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 July 1914
S I.o.R. BANQUET. UjjM INTEIRESTING ADDRESSEE 1N THE OAUSE OF TEM. p'ERANOE, NOLICE?NSE DATA-AND A COMPARISON. FAIIEWELLLIND DEPARTING A very successful banquet was hlld b, tht Good Result Tent, No. gi, of the Independent Order of ,techabites, in the Presbyterian lalil on Monday night. About 100 goestl si'ateil at sumptuously-pro ilded tables, greeted with applause the ollicors and visitors from other te5ts as they appeared from the tent room and took their seats at the table provided for them. The Chi? Rtuler, Bro S. Vibert, pre itede. and was capably assisted by iroa W. a. James, who acted as Art After ai few words of welcomo, the following toasts were proposed: ITe King and I.O.R. throughout the Empire," by the Chief Ruler, with musical honors. In responding, IBro I. Whitfield referred to the sympathy and prac tical assistance given by the King in movements to uplift humanity, and the splendid example set by him to others. Regarding the 1iO.l. throughout the Empire, if every youn...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE AT THE CORPORATION YARD GOULBURN VALLEY MARKET SHEPPARTON PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 July 1914
b. COMMEROIAL INTELLIGEN( in - ny AT THE CORPORATION YARD A, GOULBURN VALLEY M ARKE2 for 8HEPPARTON PIG MARKET, to. ro- Light yarding of pigs forward Monday to a good attendance of buys on for stores. Usual trade competition i 25. baconers, and the market was brisk a firm throughout. Bacon equal to It rates, also feeders and big stores; you stores, slips and suckers showed marked improvement on previous sa from 2s to 4s per head higher. Quo tions:-Prime bacon, heavy £3 183 to £4, good do £8 10s to £3 15s ( medium do 55s to 61s, light sorts 45s 53s, backfats up to 85s, porkers 36s to 44s, feeders 43s to 50s, young stoi 85s to 388 6d, big slips 27s to 38 inferior do 19s to 24s 63i, tuckers, f nf, lr. 97 F,. in. e_ :_ .
CANIAMBO. DRY MONTH, PEOPLE'S PARTY, RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 July 1914
CANIAMBO. DBY MONTH, PEOPLE'S PARTY, RIFLE CLUB. (From Our Own Corrcspondnf),. Juno has been a very dry mouth; only about 40 points of rain roeorded, and rain is much noeded now for grass aid cr.,s'wtrlaav nvaninr 'ast a mootiog was On Friday ovonwg .s a ;i;a - a --.a ", held at tle local hall, convened by the members of the People's Party. There was a good attendance, and several members of the A.W.N.L. were presontl; Mr H. Monziea delivered an address, and had a good heoar:g. Cr Buckland pro. sided, On Sunday morning ncxe tho newly inducted ministor of lie Church of Eog land, the Reov Mr Taylor, w:ill commence his ministy hero. Tke members of the local TRuo lIub have boon very busy latoly, putting ic their musbkety coureo. On Saturday tho Dookio Collogo studonts eopoct tc a. .t the local butte to shoot thoei roturn matoh. A little more progress is being made towards the .long-expeotod telephone. We trust that it may be completsed his Hmna.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 July 1914
•I :, " "" T " , '. I ,'::r. LTHE .R mILLER STORES., SHEPPARTO.N , ' I .-. 7:ND FSTESTERS SPECIALS: MEN'S TWEED CHESTERS MEN'S TWEED 'CHESTERS AT . The Miller Stores MEN'S SUITS TO MEASURE MEN'S SUITS TO MEASURE MEN'S SUITS TO MEASURE C J U U .J AT The Miller Stores SUIT CASES, for travelling SUIT CASES,; i'r travelling AT I11(1' SUIT CASES, for travelling * * " AT . * The Miller Stores Men's Navy OVERCOATS,1 Men's Navy OVERCOATS" at K - Men's Navy OVERCOATS u 0 AT The Miller Stores Gent's Velour HATS, lata? t style 6d Gent's Velour HATS, latest style Gents' Velour HATS, latest style L AT I The Miller Stores Boy's Navy Sqrge College Caps s each Boy's Navy Serge College Caps Boy's Navy Serge College Caps e ' " AT The 1Miller Stores Boy's Navy Surge Norfolk Suits j Boy's Navy Serge Norfolk Suits Boy's Navy Serge Norfolk Suits * AT The !Miller Stores Boy's Strong Tweed Knickers Boy's Strong Swend Knickers Boy's Strong,Tweed Knickers * :,. AT The Miller Stores Youth's High School Boots ...
SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 2 July 1914
SUNDAY SERVICES. ME?rTonDtr. - Shepparton, 11 Mr Furphy; 7 Rev Sm tb. Mooroopna, 11 Mr Ezard; 7 Mr Furphy. Tallygaroopua, opening churcb, ; Rlev Smith; 7 Rev Phillips. Caniamho, 11 Rev Phillips. Pine Lodge, 3 Mr Ezrrd; 7 Mr Daniel. Tank Corner, 11 Rev Smith. Con gupna, 3 Mr Eddy. North Moorooopna, 7 Mr B Phillips. Grahavnale, 3 Mr Pilliog: Kialla, 3, Rev Pnillips ANGLIC.Ls-IV. Sunday after Trinity. -St. Augustine's, Shepparton-- a.m., Holy Communion; 11, Holy Eucharist and Sermon, Mr E Daniel, Bible Society Deputation; 7 p.m., Evensong and Ser mon.-The Rector. Arcadia-3 p.m., Evensong and Sermon. Tallygaroopna -11 a.m. and 7.30, St. Luke's; 3i p.m., St. John's-Rev A G Horner. PESrsuY?EaRLu-Shepparton 11, Pine Lodge , Shepparton Estate 7.30-Roev Geo. Paul. Arcadia 11, Kialla 3, Shep parton 7-Mr A J Eipper. B.ArTis-Shopparton, 11 Mr R A Henry. Karramomus 2.30, Shepparton 7, Rev J. W. Thomas.