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RAILWAY CONNECTION WITH THE GOULBURN VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 7 May 1914
RAILWAY1 CONNECTION WITH \ THE GOULBURN VALLEY. Twice have the Parliamentary Stading Committee on Railways reported adversely on the pro posal to connect Dookie with the Yarrawonga line, and on each occasion the reason advancedhas been tliat the line would not pay. The inference to be drawn from that statement is that the Goul burn Valley and Norfih-Eastern line connection :is not needed; but it, is very doubttul whether the ,'committee in question, if pressed, would care to saddle themselves with the responsi bility of such an obvious error of judgment. When the commit tee visited itlhe district on the last occasion the questions put to the witnesses all tended to show that all the country through which the proposed line would pass was already served with railway communication. That is- so far as being able to get produce lo uie seanoard ana .dag occasional trips to Mel bourne is concerned but the time has arrived when something more than a railway service to the metropolis is requ...
TO PREVENT COLLISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 7 May 1914
TO PREVENT COLLISIONS. In consequence of the frequency of railway collisons in various parts »'of the wbrldi recently, the directors,, of the Western (State) Railway, which forms part of the Newhaven-Dieppe route to London, are conducting a series of experiments with a new de vice which, it is hoped, will render It impossible for engine-drivers unwit tingly to run past signals. ' The new apparatus, which, from its shape, is known as the "crocodile," is placed between the rails near the dis tance signals, and is so arranged that when the train passes over it con nection is made with the engine in such a way that a powerful siren on the engine at once warns the driver that the signal, although, perhaps; in visible through fog, is against him.
A.M.P. SOCIETY. SPEECH BY MR. GEO. FAIRBAIRN. SUMS ASSURED £100,000,000. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 7 May 1914
A.M.P. 800IETY. SPEECH BY MR. GEO. FAIR BAIRN. SUMS ASSURED £100,000,000. The 65th annual meeting- of the'policy holdeis of the Aus tralian Mutual Provident Society was held in the head office of the society, Pitt-street Sydney; on Thursday afternoon. Dele gates from the'other States were present, in addition to the head office directors. Mr. A. W. Meeks M.L.C., presided. The chairman, in moving tho adoption of the report, said. that, looking to the course of . events during t'he past year, it would not have been a matter of sur prise if he had been forced to' re port a falling off in new business The prolonged strike in New Zealand led to a serious dislo cation of business in the Domin-i ion, and the small pox scare in Sydney interfered with the or dinary operations. Notwith standing t'hese circumstances, however, the new business of the pas'! year, in both the ordinary and industrial departments, was in excess of that of any previous year. The industrial department had kept pace w...
A Double Application. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 7 May 1914
A Double Application. "Well, sir!" exclaimed the million aire. "What do you want this" morn ing?" "I've come again to ask for your daughter," said the poor, but ambi-' tiouB, young man. "Haven't I told you six times over on as many different days that it is out of the question? What do you mean by bothering me in this way? You are making a nuisance of your self!" "If I seem to be more persistent than circumstances warrant, I must "insist that you, sir, are to blame." "I!" shouted the indignant o!d man. "I don't understand you." . "There," said the man who loved his daughter, as he pointed to a motto over the banker'? desk, "is my excuse for coming here day after day: ■"U at first you don't succeed, try, try, try again.' Do you berfevo in thp.t sentiment, or have you put it up there simply to deceive people?" After he had scratched his head awhile the mean old plutocrat snid: "Yes, I believe in that. 1 haven't succeeded yet in making y&lt; u under stand that my daughter shall...
Impartial. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 7 May 1914
Impartial. "The clocks," said the bride, "are simply beautiful, and it was lovely of I you to give them to us. But—you won't, think me inquisitive?—may F ask why you gave us a pair of them? Of course, it was perfectly " J "I gave you two of them," inter rupted the friend, "because I'm very fond of both yourself and your hus band, and if you ever get divorced you will each have something to remem ber me by."
SHIRE WATER TRUST. MR. BLAIR M'KAY APPOINTED ENGINEER. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 7 May 1914
SHIRE WATER TRUST. Mil. BLAIR M'KAY APPOINTED ENGINEER. The monthly meeting of the Shire of Shepparton Waterworks Trust was held on Monday even ing. Present: The chairman ! (Com. Denkcr), Corns. II. Roe, E. S. Green, \V. Pinchbeck, G. ; H. Bitcon, E. Quinlan. W. Phil- | lips. i Ratepayer's Complaint. Moses Griffiths, Tallygaroopna had been informed of another channel cut through his ground, agaist which he protested in the following: It would not get the water away any faster. The writer alleged that the channel had been cut twice and Hooded his place. If his channel were deepened, the water would get away easily, and that is what the engineer promised; but now he says it will do no good. He had a good big paddock, and if the trust persisted, he would ro quire the old channel to be iilled in and the two bridges erected by the trust. If the channel wero deepened all would be right.—On the motion of. Corns. Roe and Pinchbeck.- it was decided that Mr. Griffiths be asked if he would all...
The Usual Number. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 7 May 1914
The Usual Number. "What a very affecting pfece, my dear," remarked the husband as they returned Irom the theatre the other night. "I,-suppose there wasn't- a dry eye in the house." "I observed; however," ' said the wife, "that there seemed to be the usual number of dry throats."
Blaming Mother. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 7 May 1914
Blaming Mother. "My mother made me what I am,' said the political speaker as he proud ly threw out his chest. ' "Well," said a small man at the rear of the hall, "she must have put in most of her time at other things."; The principal ingredient in luck is common sense.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 7 May 1914
TWO WOMEN. From . Mrs. M. Darcy, 163 St. Leonard's-road, Ascot Vale, Vic toria. . " Some years ago, I began to suf f&lt;* from various liver and kidney troubles, arising no doubt from a severe cold I contracted about that time, and which nearly prostrated me. From thence oh I experienced acute pain in the back and sides, and under the shoulder blades. -The slightest pressure on the liver would cause me .intense pain. I suffered like this for a long while without any prospect of relief;. I having tried so many-re; medics without avail. -As. a last re source T decided to try a course of Warner's" Safe Cure, which had been highly recommended to me by friends Who had derived great benefit fromr taking the medicine. After taking a few bottles of Warner's Safe Cure my health improved rapidly, and I was soon effectually cured and free from all 'the pain and' discomfort which has assailed me for, so. many years." From Mrs. Eva Sharrer, 24 Hanover street, Windsor, Vic. " Some years a...
FIGHTING FOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 7 May 1914
. FIGHTING F0G8. That London's "particular" —the yellow,, pea-soup atmosphere, which sometimes settles, over the Metropolis and materially adds to doctors' hank ing accounts—may be abolished is the hope held out. by a French scient ist, M. Onderio,, the head of the Lyons Observatory, whose novel rem edy is to be put to the test at. Lyons. The French city suffers almost as much from fogs as London, and M.~ Onderio has formed the theory that these fogs are duetto the enormous: evaporation from the Rivers Rhone and Saone, as they flow through that city. . This theory "Is shared by other scientists, who attribute London fogo to the vapor arising-from the Thames, aB well as to the excessive smoke. •Whereas other scientists, however, have usually proposed to banish fogs by attacking them when they have once, been formed in the air, M. On derio proposes to prevent their forma tion by a very simple plan. His idea is to suppress iTIe rising of .the water vapor by covering the surface of the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 7 May 1914
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WORTH REMEMBERING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 7 May 1914
WORTH REMEMBERING. What is worse than low grade footwear? Gives endless trouble and never suits, But those worries you'll not share If you wear H. Marshall's boots. Opposite Shepparton "News." At the Galeta dining- rooms, Wyndhani-streot, hot suppers are a specialty. Pies and coffee am always available during? the wmtor mouths.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 7 May 1914
SPE01HL Easter Offering! IN.... LADIES' TAILORING. | Smart Tailored Tweed Costumes, to &lt; lit). 1. Measure (complete) - - • «HJ' 1 Costume, made from FOX'S Navy __ IiU. O. Serge. Value unsurpassed • • ol'O Nn A F'ne Indigo or Black Twill Serge Cos- , nU. 4 tumes, silk°lined, equal to Tailor-made VU' -Perfect-fitting Guaranteed in ■ all the above three numbers. AT J. P. McLennan's. Quality and Cheapness The Race for etaeapness Is Expensive to the Wearer. . There are SUITS and SUITS.. Factory-made SUITS that are cheap ami strong, hut after a few week's waar are quite shabby and out of shape; and there is the HIGH-CLASS TAILOR-MADE SUIT, with each garment t-'.ecially built, which look well after 12 months' wear. . If you are after the latter—— MIT TON Is Your Man! Wyndham Street = Shepparton. Late David Wilson's Premises, Opp. Mechanics' Institute. IPDI irH ROCKFflCED flNb FLKULll BRICK METAL SHEETING In Galvanised Steel 4 Specially suitable for Pidture Theatres, Country , ^ ...
DOOKIE RACE CLUB. ELECTION OF OFFICERS, [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 7 May 1914
DOOKIE RftOE OLUB. ELECTION OF OFFICERS, A meeting of the Dookie Ka u Club was held on Saturday at the Dookie Hotel when there was a good attendance of members. The chair was occupied by Mr P. W, Ryan and the' following members were present: Messrs J. Lamrock J. Barzen, M. P. Troy, J. Sinclair, D. M'Lean, C. A. Forer, R. A. Biggar M. M' Namara, J. Wilson, P. Lameock, W. Blair, L. Nash, C. H. Maginnes, P. F. Lynch and secretary (G. V. Rowlands). A. verbal apology from Mr R. B. Clark was accepted on the motion of W. Ryan seconded Mr D. M' Lean. Correspondence :— Letters were read from the secretaries of Moor oopna Wangaratta Race Club re the postponed forming of a district association. Mr M. M' Namara moved that correspondence as read be received. Seconded by Mr Bur Zen and. carried. A letter was read | from Mr Clugston of Cosgrove claiming 10/ for work done on race 'course, on day preceding races, also for attending gates on on race day. The claim put forth by^Mr Clugston was not war...
SPECIAL SHEEP SALE AT EUROA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 7 May 1914
8PECIAL SHEEP SALE AT . EUROA. Pearson, Rowc, Smith anil Co:, in conjunction with' " Walls,; Turnbull -ad Co., report haviiig conduclled a special sheep sale at Euroa on Thursday, last, tho 30th ull., on account of Mr Ed ward Cusack, Shean's Creek, Euroa. when -4728 sheep were , yarded. There was a very large and representative attendance ! of buyers, including a large j number from dislant parts of the State, and representing the | Alberton, Camperdown, Bittern, j Nagambie, Murchison, Alanga- ; lore, Avenel, Wangaratta, Mans- | field, Dookie, Darraweit Guiih, i Craigieburn and other distant | parts. Competition was good and j well sustained, prices being, fully j equal to late rales and .many j buyers going away unsupplied. j For the whole of the sheep sold. I including one lot of weaners, one j lot of merino wethers, and aged ! ewes, the average was £1/0/8, I and the following were the prin cipal prices .obtained:—70i ! crossbred owes, i and C tooth, northern bred merino rams, joi...
DEVENISH—DOOKIE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 7 May 1914
DEVENI8H—DOOKIK RAILWAY. The ' (influential deputation that 'waited upon the Premier) and .the' Minister., for Railways on "Wednesday of .last week in connection "with the Dook'ie" Devenisli railway connection arid the granting of certain privileges to theShepparton freezing works met with a fair reception. The inception of the. latter industry is chiiefly responsible for the re newed interest that is being' taken in connecting the Dookie with the Yarrawonga line. When the construction of the line from Shepparlon to Dookie was mooted some years. ago, the question of its continuance to a junction on the Yarrawonga; Tine was discussed. Definite ac tion was, however, waived by the late Mr Speight (Chief Commis-; sioner of Railways), as the dep utation was divided as to the most suitable place for the con nection. Parochial interests have now been sol aside and those in terested are unanimous in the! opinion that the lines should be lmked at Dcvenish. The chief arguments at present in f...