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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 7 May 1914

THE TRUSTEES' ASSOCIATION LTD., 89-91 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. Value of Trust Estate, approx., £2,700,000. AUTHORISED CAPITAL. £250,000. SUBSCRIBED. £150 000. ALL CLASSES OF TRUSTEE AND EXECUTOR BUSINESS. All the Directors have country Interests, and Country Estates are a Specialty. DIRECTORS :-tW. M. Hyndman, Esq., Chairman; Colin Templeton, Esq.; Hon. John Thomson, M.L.A.; Harry P. Henty, Esq. Money to Lend without Commission. Applications will be promptly dealt with and Valuation Fees, etc., quoted. Manager: * Arthur Grenbry Outhwaite. J.P. Send for Association's Pamphlet, Riving: fullest information. The IDEAL HAIR.DYEINB COMB loataatly colon Qrey Hair. Rtttore* Fadad Hair. Darkaaa Aabarn Hair. BY SIMPLY COMBING THE HAIR anyahada of brown ara brilliant hlaek ii tmpartad. DooaQOtdtooloriklnaoroealp. Cl«aa1y and «ur to qm. Soeeoa eertala. InproTM tho Hair. Gairantaad harml— a&d1 rao from aaiaaral poiaoa. Priro 7/ft with fall diroeUons, and .Tllie 9/Vt carrlaf a paid a&amp...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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DOOKIE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 7 May 1914

DOOKIE. Farewell services were con- ducted at St. Luke's Church of England, Dookie on Sunday last by the Rev R. F. Tacon, when there were good attendances at both services. The church was well filled at night when the rec- tor chose for his text the 1st verse of the 4th chapter of the Revelation of St. John the Di- vine:- "And the Door of Heaven was opened." In the course of his remarks the rector went on to say: When preacher and peo- ple meet for the last time, it is hard to know what to speak of that may be most fitting for our soul's welfare. The great subject of Heaven is one on which we can all do well to consider.   From Sunday to Sunday I have notices many who have grown strong in the faith and some that the spiritual disease has grown in them, afraid that when a point has been touched has not been altogether agreeable. I do trust all will strive to reach the great Heaven. When troubles and perplexities have come over us sometimes we have longed for Heaven. Heav...

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TUNGAMAH SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY 4, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 11 May 1914

tungamah shire counoil. MONDAY; MAY 4, 191 •i. !; Present: Crs. J. Ryan (prosi lent), Fell, Whitty, Mulquiney; Ford, Hodge, Kelly, Wadeson, Degan Cummins, and Stokes. . Correspondence. Shire of Yarrawonga . agreed to share cost of 10 chains gra velling on the road between Messrs Stafford and Chappell's properties, in the parish of Pel luebla.—Received. Shire of Newnham and Wood ond stated that the following resolution was passed at its last meeting, and asked that council bo represented by dolegates at the proposed conference, the date of which will be communi cated in duo course.:—"That thi3 council, believing that the powers vested in the Country Roads Board, bv virtue of the Country Roads Act, arc proving | detrimental to the principle ami interest of local government, is of opinion that a conference of all country municipalities should be convened to discuss the mat ter—No action. Yabba Fanners' Union and Agency Association Ltd. reques ted council's co-operation and assistance i...

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SHEPPARTON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 11 May 1914

BHEPPARTON SHIRE COUNCIL. At last Monday's meeting of the Shepparton Shire Council, after tenders were dealt with the following business was transacted under the head of Ordinary Business. Motions Carried. Crs Ryan and Gibson: That tho sum of £10 be voted to wards the Dookie recreation re serve improvements, and use of road machine be granted for same. Dookie members to have footpath (40 chains) made from that township to the Ro man Catholic Church. Crs Ryan and Gibson: That engineer have pump put in or der on Cosgrove dam. Crs t»enker and B'itcon: That about 10 more chains of gravel (from Katandra) be made on M'Kimmie's contract at Tally Cr Ilyan reported that Dookie Riding members had arranged for the supply of 500 posts at £3 per 100 and the carting of posts and strainers at £12 for Dookie Cashel new road. Also had agreed to accept Mr E. Telford's lenders for £306/15/11 in lieu of M'Kimmie's lowest tender, as the latter was unable to pro ceed with the work which re quired to be d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 11 May 1914

For Bronchial fiougrhs take Woods Peppermint Cure, 1/6.

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BORDER RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 11 May 1914

BORDER RAILWAY8. The Riverina-Yictoria border railways question progresses slowly. At the close of the recent Premiers' Conference, it was concluded that nothing would be done to amend the Moama to Moulamein or the Wentworth schemes. The question was whe ther the suggested connection with Balranald should not sup ersede the Euston crossing and the line following it. The Con ference thought it. would be bet ter if the whole question ofinter State connections within the Riveriua were reported on by such a commission as inquired into the inter-State railway schemes between Victoria and South Australia;. On the question of the acquisition and control of all the ferries and punts operat- , ing on the River Murray under, municipal or private manage ment. itAvas resolved that the New South Wales Government; should be asked to take steps for , the acquisition of all properties associated with the punts and ferries; at the joint cost of the two States. As Victoria- has a^ number of railway l...

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STATE POLITICS. THE GOULBURN VALLEY SEAT. CR T. F. LYONS AT THE PUBLIC HALL. A FORCIBLE ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 11 May 1914

STATE POLITICS. ■ 1 THE GOULBURN VALLEY ".SEAT. CR T. F.- LYONS AT THE PUBLIC HALL. A FORCIBLE ADDRESS. _Gr T. F. Lyons, of'Essendon, » familiar among farmers throughout. the Goul burn 'Valley, on Thursday night expounded his views on - State Ppljtics to a thoroughly appro ciative audience. Mr Jas. Thorn J.P., presided. In the course of his opening remarks the chair man emphasised the fact that the candidate was by no means a stranger .to the people of the Goulburn \aiiey, with whom he had business dealings for manv years. v Mr- Lyons said: It affords mo great pleasure to be present this evening and submit myself to you as a candidate for Parlia mentary 'honors. I do not ap Pear before you as a stranger, neither as one having- no inter ests in the electorate. For many years I have been a ratepayer 111 the Shire of Numurkah, whilst my business transactions date back to the lime when the rail way was opened to Shepparton. Dunng the last eight or ten years. the great bulk of my busines...

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RIDE TO WARANGA BASIN. MOTOR CYCLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 11 May 1914

~ Rl,JE To WARANGA BASIN.. motor cycle CLUjB. . ' About a dozen members, oflhe Motor Cyek> Club accompanied tlieir [iresident (Mr M. ■f Alpine), in a mo Lor, had -an ^"JOyalil.j run yestei'day after jjoon lo Wnranga Basin.- The roads wore found to be in good "™tr, ami travelling - was very Peasant. On reaching their des~ motorists had a plea surprise sprung on. them, jvneij afli'i'uoon tea was sump yjpsly provided bv Mesdames f -npiiju and \V. Tutlle, and was |6i\ highly appreciated. Shep I, ' ! was reached on the re L"r» journey about 0 o'clock, owe motor cyclists joined the bi'oup at Mooroopna. On Sunday J>psl the run will be to Tocum- i *a*> the start, taking place from 1 Jnposite the Victoria Hotel, at] J'io a.m, I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 11 May 1914

WATCH THIS SPACE ' NEXT ISSUE. J. P .M'LENNAN. Quality and Cheapness' The Race for Cheapness Is Expensive to the Wearer. . There are SUITS and SUITS... Factory-made SUITS that are cheap and strong, but r.ftt r a few week's wear are quite shabby aud out of shape; and th?re is the HIGH -VCLASS TAILOR-MADE SUIT, with each garment . specially bull!, which look we!' after 12 months' wear. . . . , - If you are after the latter "TITTO -Is Your Man! Wyndham Street - Shepparton. Late David Wilson's Premises, Opp. Mechanics' Institute.. fo«8e«eao< ROCKFflCED flNb # BRICK METAL SHEETING ^ In Galvanised Steel SSafitt 9 Specially suitable for Pi&ure Theatres, Country ~ and Seaside Residences, Front Facings to Shops, ouu ucdaiuc ivcdiueuucoy I Ci Offices, Show Stands, ,&c. Weather, wind and white ant resisting. Can be fixed by any tradesman. *J The sheets are light and can be packed in a small space, thus making a big caving in transport charges. Write for full particul...

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ASK YOURSELF THE QUESTION [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 11 May 1914

V&YOURSEI -F THTC nirrcsTirw »Vhoi«ft ,1; i JA VJUJ2iOJ.1U1N wliGioluUou eei that hat? ^'Iierp dn you &et that tile? tliev ilciy0iU ffe1, those boots? H iiavB r i 0 w?a? a while; ai ii".,,'0. JHy his footwear for slyfc a and they're just 'scrKnto your common lria| en y°u give to hirq'a Opposite Sliepparton' 'News."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 11 May 1914

I & SPECIAL WEEKLY BARGAINS During May This Week's Special -BLANKET t ■Riohf mUn <1 t At Pleasing Price Reductions. Full Double Bed Sizes 22/6, 25/, 28/6, 31/6, 36/ 39/6 We guarantee you Entire Satisfaction with any of thase BL \NKE"i They were Specially made'for us Specials in EIDERDOWN QUILTS New Designs and Colorings, Extra Full Sizes — 15/11, 21/, 28/6 to 50/. + X We Speci illy Invite you to visit our Showrc-.o ti ;ee Win low KSH CENTS' HATS. . AND OVERCOATS! Are TWO SPECIALS _-^^N0W 5H0WING WILS0N & M0RRIS, "MENS' CASH MERCERS," SHEPPARTON. INSPECTION INVITED, 1914 WINTER MILLINERY 1914 QQQQOOQQQQOOQOQQQQOQQOOQOOOQQOQOQOQOOQOQQGO NOVEL. REFINED. EXCLUSIVE. AT HARRIS'S you will find the NEWEST AND SMARTEST OF CREATIONS made oo the premises by Experts and Priced to .suit Everyone. DRESSMAKING IS AN ART in whloh we exoel. This Department is ctf partioular INTEREST TO. LADIES deman ding the Modes of the Moment in their Tailoring. All the Newest, and Smart...

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CONCERNING PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 11 May 1914

CONCERNING PEOPLE /'The, ...Horsham Methodist Cluivch was the scene of a very pretty wedding on the. evening of Wednesday April 15. when Ethel elder daughter of Mr, and Mrs. G."II. 1-Iosken, was married, to Mr Alex D: Beynon (of Numurkah), son;of -Mr. and Mrs. J. Beynon. The ceremony was performed by the.; Rev. G. A. Judkins. . Mr L. Stewart, electrical en gineer, in charge of the Euroa station; was passed on Thursday evening last as an associate member of the Victorian .lrisli tute. of Electrical Engineers, ' iM'isS' Saycrs, sewing mistress at' the .Toolamba State School, was recently presented ■. by : the scholars with a - silver-backed hrnwli in.I j - .u= uuiiiu J anu .nillimiu, on lier retirement from Ulie posi tion.-Miss G.' Lv Burn has been appointed to fill- the:vacancy;;vi i >• .The announcement .,tliat'vlJlr. D1 a i l' M'Kay, G.Ev engineer, to th e Shire of :Ilodney- ni severing- his connection with that body,"- in order to takc-up a similar posi-~ lion- at Shepparton, w...

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WYUNA EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 11 May 1914

WYUNA EAST. - A most successful art fair was held on Saturday evening, at Wyuna East State-school, m aid of the purchase and erection of a windmill. The committee and head teacher of the school (Mr. Evans) had everything well in hand. The stalls wero plain and fancy, refreshment, sweets, pro duce and fish pond. Something gotween £10 and £50 will be net ted from the effort and this is very - commendable, speaking volumes for the generosity and enthusiasm of the parents and friends in the interests of the school. . The re-modelling of the Echuca court house lias been commenced. It is expected the work will occupy about three months*

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DISTRICT TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. REPORT ON EASTER CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 11 May 1914

DISTRICT TE ACHER8! ASSO CIATION. REPORT ON EASTER CONFER IiiNGE. . j. we annual meeting of the Shopparton District Teachers' association was held-in the High school, Shopparton,' 011 Satur day. Tho president (Mr. Crane) was in the chair. Report- on Easter Conference Mr. Crane (delegate) was Pleased thai the secretary (Mr. uciu jiuiuf arrangements Uiat facilitated liis work. The gathering was in the mayor's room. Town Hall, Melbourne and lady delegates seemed in the ma jority. Mr. Burton (organiser) iiad.'everything well 111 hand. The president (Mr. WedilcII) occu pied the chair. There were pre sent Mr. llageltliorn represent ing the- Cabinet), Mr. Fussell (chief-inspector)- »nd Mr. Gales (assistant ' chief inspector of Schools). .' Mr. Fussell L*ead a delightful. paper and- ttie ideals so t(.)Utwer e: n i gh. He - l'el tt hat teachers " should ..riotv have. giue-; vances and that for the welfare :> r. tlie'^scholars, harmony should exist iiU UiO vEducation depart-. iiierit;>'...

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ST. GERMAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 11 May 1914

ST. GERMAINS. Quile a pleasant afternoon's sport was enjoyed when the Ton gala club journeyed to tr.v con elusion at tennis with the St. Gemming club. Owing to the late arrival of the visitors the game could not be played to a finish, so late in the afternoon the Tnngala club retired in favor of the St. Gerniains learn. The St. Gerniains team lias done well this season. It 'is now second on the list and' with a ittle good fortune should be able to pull off the premiership.

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EXPERIMENTAL WORK AT DOOKIE COLLEGE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 11 May 1914

EXPERIMENTAL WORK AT DOOKIE COLLEGE. .. TO. THE EDITOR. v vSir,—Iii .a rccciit,issuc of your jo'urai there appeared an arl'icle iiP.which the cereal experimenls plots al Wernbee Research Farm were mentioned.- It was th ei'e s ta ted Hi a t tfi e P1 o ts oc cupy one ami a half acre, and comprise a series ofi dbout 400 small plots devoted to seed, wheats, etc. . 11 was f ur ther s ta ted that foreign wheals were being (.vied, in the expectation that some of these, when they are properly acclimatised, will be worth while growing in our Stale. Let it be understood, Sir, that 1 do not wish in any way to detract from the merits of, the fine work that is being done in this' direction aiiNVerribee. ^It is good work; and is 'well worth (,1m nibney. the Government, is expen ding oh it . Without'in any way, detracting from - the work being: done at Werribee, let us com pare f.lys with.what is being done" iiT'our :6wh district ;by Mr.Pye, pri iic i pal ""o f t h e. Dookie, Coll ego, and the exp...

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UNDERA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 11 May 1914

UNDERA. A rather painful accident-oc curred on Mr H. Jfllroy's farm last week. Mr Poulton, proprie tor of'a chaff-cutting plant, had occasion to fix up the knives of the cutter, when, owing to a high steam pressure, the wheel turned quicker than was expected, with the result that Mr Poulton's thumb -was severely lacerated. Mr M'llroy hastily drove him into Mooroopna, where the injured thumb was dressed and it is ex pected that before very long Mr Poulton will be able to re sume work. Just a few- minutes before, on the same machine, one of the workmen was, by his own presence of mind, saved from a nasty accident. He was feeding the cutter and his hand came i;i contact with the rollers but by instantly operating the apparatus he got off with a slight scrape. ' " Under the auspices of the Un dera Football Club a very suc cessful ball was held in the Un dera Uall on Friday night. The football dances in Undera have become quite a feature of the season and it was no wonder that visitors f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 11 May 1914

SALES AT SKEPMirrON COR PORATION YARDS. s ■ . . . 11—CI—t 'i CATTLE ... MAY ia . PIGS' ... ... MAY 18 SHEEP ... ... MAY ig. AUCTION SALES TO COME. Tuesday, May'12. Shepparton Cat.tle Sale. Wednesday, May 13. Nalinga Stock Sale. Thursday, May 14. Katandra Stock Sale. Monday, May 18. Kialla Stock Sale. Dookie Stock Sale. Tuesday, May 19. Shepparton Sheep Sale. Wednesday, May 20. Caniainbo Stock Sale. Monday, May 25. Murohison Stock Sale. NEXT THURSDAY, I4th MAY. At • Premises Edward Street, SHEPPARTON. JM'NAMARA & CO., under , insirucrioas from the execu tors in the estate of Thomas Webb, deed., will sell at 2 o'clock sharp: A Choice Assortment of House* bold Furniture and Effects. At tlie Mart. SATURDAY, MAY 16. UNRESERVED Clearing "Sale of 6 Big Draught Geldings, 6 Tip Drays, Koad Machine, 4 Scoops, Harness, 2 P.ouglis and Sundries, account late J. Murphy. WADE & .M'KEWNAN, Furniture Sale, Nixon Street, Shepparton, Saturday, 16th inst MUNTZ BROS, have been fa . vored...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 11 May 1914

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"GOULBURNIA." SHEPPARTON HIGH SCHOOL MAGAZINE. A MOST CREDITABLE PRO DECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 11 May 1914

"GOULBURNIfl." SHK!>I'.\ltri).\ high SCHOOL M.U i A/I.N'K. ■\ MUST CI t El > I TABLE ]>JtO_ ni.crio.v. Tin) newest iliglit in journal inn i< iiKi«l»* ijv flic sUifi unci >>s Us.- shepparton Ag ricultural lli-h School. It is an amiMtiniis eil'orl. and rcllccts cr.'ijil "a all concerned. II up H'iivs in » nvat niviT. The "'fore word" supplied iiy Inspector iirav. m.a. who, in his inlro du.;i ■ >i y remarks. says that ''witlir'ut u school magazine we I'oiilil lianlly i>i' said l.o l>e on a par will) tlii' b"si, sccumlary in iii'' fitnli'. T<> be a sec "i>>l;uy M-li.ml c.r any conse <)U":ic'c' ;i (iuni'b'rly magazine iri a isvvv<-iiy. In his concluding Inspector r. ray says:— "Surci'v- (li.'ii. I,i 'Goulhnrnia.' May i jjiw as i.iur school jxrows; inuy it I'm,j its way into every iwnl's In nix-—Hie literary pro ductir«n .'I' their own son* and (lAUL'liti-r;; may it chronicle a l"ii- lino ..I' successes—both ...

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