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SHEPPARTON FOOTBALL CLUB. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 6 July 1914
SHEPPARTON FOOTBALL CLUB. COMMITTEE MEETING. A meeting of the general com Inittee of the Shepparton Football Club was held on Friday night at Cavanagh's Farmers' Arms Hotel, -hen there were present : Messrs R Darby (president), W C Ander son, W A M'Kinnon, H Ware,-L J Mlichel, R W Anderson. S Wade, T Darcy, H Mitchell, H Canet (hon secretary). Apologies were re ceived from Messrs W B Hoare and C Bailey. Prahran Football Club wrote re arranging a ma'ch at the end of the season, to be played at Shep parton.--No action. Dr Oliver (A.M.P.) in acknow ledging letter of thanks from the club for services rendered to Joe Pattison at Kyabram, said that it had been a pleasure to be able to do anything -to relieve the suffer ings of the unfortunate young fel low, who, he was glad to know, was I now doing well. He wished the club every success, and hoped to see the premiership pennant for the season 1914 unfurled in its honor. If at any time the club was unfortunate enough as to need his service...
REV. H P PHILLIPS' ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 6 July 1914
jIttý. H P PHILLIPS' ADDRESS. In the evening the Rev H P Phillips addressed a crowded congregation. His text was Psalms lxxxvi, 4. HIow shall we sing the Lord's song in a loud voice. He said: There are songs that on oc casion we cannot sing. As all the memorios that twine around them pass before us, a lump seems to rise in our throats, or perhaps it is the lack of soul and appreciation in our audience that makes singing impossible. Such was the position of the Jewish exiles in Babylon. They were away from home, memories of their now desecrated Zion saddened them, their audienca had no appreciation of the songs of their temple and God, and some had no heart to sing because present prosperity had clouded past memories. No wonder they could not sing; we Christians to-day ever ask the sa:mo questions as did they. We are away frOm h1eaVCl our iomO, tho world does not appreciate tho song of God's love and mercy that we sing, and sometimes our very success and pros perity prevents us singi...
THE SIN OF INGRATITUDE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 6 July 1914
?ý ý.5ý KM t1 1 ý,.ir R L[' , 1 i - --- :fit A1~~~~r*i ~~lC.LnrU1_f~ .LE SIN OF INt.GRAT[ETUDE l'c.t: '"( give ithk- into the Lord; for ile i.: go o -; fIor Il is mt l y endureth for ,vr" (l'-ahn ixxxi\., I). Ingratitlde r. one ol the Iejst excusable -! , ,' R ich an d I , r. I ltnr1 1ll ld In - hrinII[ ,tlppe?lr to lhe I'l'II'. i III the l pirit , f Ingr llittltle, dil O litenl, llurlullring, ,u (hO fae- of the aw r Iod' greatest hle. 10 rltlvlll'i i Of t!he .ell, l-'a UV seJ C)msi to he ilowrrinh bllessings PASTOR RUSSELL S r\ ilic 'l e openII.I ethII is hanI and sat s!ilt h eve:.v living thur"--except rebellious naII li' Ilule ble inge 5ome tI111 all, ' I e 111(. Illtel!Ill(Lc he attains. tlhe' i> ;111 o .? lito fcol_ eii tihe ource of l it ao\rs T'he dati ofL th'e wlh'wds greate's ,void is the day of its greatest discon J.Eii.? \ l'I0tiM Till: IIIUrITES. -ii ii11 iii',liio iaik1 1~1~IliiilL ii otao· asl( .~iII r;n~' Ii, ict tile; Lord ofa beast. 001, ~.I oi(l ;1101 IId:Lllld ...
ON WEDNESDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 6 July 1914
ON WEDNESDAY NEXT. The opening of the new church will be further eolebrated on Wednesday, with a tea and public meeting, the lat. ter to be presidad over by Mr Wm Orr. Addresses are to be delivered by several clergymen and prominent lay men, end a epecially attractive musical prugramme will be rendered-the whole of the proceedings promising to be an unqualified success,
FARMERS' CONVENTION. THE BUSINESS DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 6 July 1914
FARMERS' CONVENTION. THE BUSINESS DONE. t His Excellency. the Governor (Sir Arthur Stanley) opened the twelfth annual conference of the Chamber of Agriculture at Mary borough on Tuesday afternoon. Nearly 500 delegates, representing over 100 branches, were in attend ance. Among the visitors were the Prime Minister (Mr Cook), and the Minister of Agriculture (\lr HutchinEon). RURAL CO OPERATION. In a paper on "The Problems of Rural Co-operation," Dr J W Bar rett stated that Australia exported £75,000,000 worth of material. of which 90 per cent, if not more, was composed of the products of the farm, the station, and the mine. Exports had to be paid for in im ports, and this meant that the population of Australia took back £75,000,000 worth of various commodities, mostly manufac tured, or else products of tropical climates, less the difference re quired for the payment of interest owing. On account of the high rate of wages and the smallness of the market in Australia no effec tive expor...
BE A PATRIOT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 6 July 1914
BE A PATRIOT, Iie a patriot when in want of Boots and wear Australian madeo. ?seure them from Marshall, of High street and you'll never be afraid 'o come again and buy his goods, he stocks them in every grade, . Dhow your patriotism, come into Hiph street, for your trouble you'll be paid. Oppoosito Shopparton "Nows."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 6 July 1914
BARGAIN 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 lid. Special Line of P.D. Corsets clearing at -5s 6d pair. A Visit to our SALE will pay you. ,Next to the Doctwu COMES THE Nurses' Opinion. A TESTIMONY TO CLEMENTS TONIC I Buckinhrm Avenue, Cobure. Vi. 3,4l1 Z CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I know Clements Tonic is used extensively by the profession, and nurses know its value and are seldom without it. Once a patient got very weak and low spirited, and I gave her Clements Tonic. A few doses made a change for. the better, she rapidly be came bright and cheerful, it gave her health and strength and soon put her on her feet again, which made her a firm believer in Clements Tonic. Since, I have given it to many patients with the same good results, I am at a loss to know how we, who. look after the sick, could get on without that splendid medicine. - (Signed) NURSE GARD." 'This Medicine is the best to...
BEES AND "WORKING BEES." CLEARING GROUND FOR A CHURCH BUILDING. STOKING PARSON SEIZES THE "DEVIL." [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 6 July 1914
BEES AND " WORKING BEES." CLEARING GROUND FOR A CHURCH BUILDING, STOKING PARSON SEIZES THE " DEVIL." A case of wholesale "impersonation" -not brought under the notice of the police-weas on the brink of being orougnt o it pattul tormination on Thursday. The impersonators are now convinced that at least some species of insects have something superior to mere instinct, and cen very poignantly pro test against their name being taken in The facts are that a number of people under the name of a "Working Boo" proceeded to the intersection of Bealla and Hosie roads, where two acres of land (Shepparton Estate No 2) have been obtained for the erection of a Church of England place of worship They were willing and zealous workers all, determined upon clearing the ground and putting up fencing preparatory to the contractor taking charge for the erection of the building. The Rev N Church of England, Shopparton, was very pronounced in his activities, when suddenly Ihe cry went up, " The par. son's...
SHEPPARTON RIFLE CLUB. THE ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 6 July 1914
SHEPPARTON RIFLE OLUB. TEiE ANNUAL MEETING. The annual moeting of the Shoppar. ton Rilla Club was hold at the Terminus Hotel on Friday evening, there being present : Messrs A Sandilands (chair), F Ba'cam, J Hudson, A Boon, J D. Boon, A Glasson, H Young, J Boon (senr.), A Clydesdale, J M'Danald and W Morse (soeretary). Apologies were received from Mossrs J M'Oausland and E Johnson. The balance shooet showed: Receipts -B.lance, Bank of Victoria, £9 10 21; subscriptions from members, £7 5s; for v.i.x, + v iu o; tor marler, . 4i O6i; for entries, £1 7s; empty shells, £4 12s: cartri3ges to union, £1 173 61; drag fares, R1 16_; efficiency grant, £12 total, £43 21 23. Exponditure--Dona-. tion to secretary, £2 103; trophies, £1 16s 61; members of V.R.A., £2 103; affiliation, V.R.A £1 is; entries, teams union matches, £1 53; marking, £3 4s; repairing discs, 2s; repairing discs, 2s; repairing rifl.s, 43 51; two aperture sights, £2 7s 43; two mound rugs, Is; drag hire-Tatura, 30S; Dookie, 50s,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 6 July 1914
/1I LLER SHEPPARTO.N WINTR SPECIALS: MEN'S TWEED CHESTERS 7 MEN'S TWEED CHESTERS U ' L. e AT T The Miller'Stores MEN'S SUITS TO MEASURE: MEN'S SUITS TO MEASURE MEN'S SUITS TO MEASURE at 35sU Ar The Miller Stores SUIT CASES,, for travelling SUIT CASES, for travelling. AT 7 1. 1d SUIT CASES, 'fr.: travellingo , AT The Miller Stores Men's Navy OVERCOATS, S Men's Navy OVERCOATS. Men's Navy OVERCOATS Lat AT The Miller Stores Gent's "Velour HATS, latest style Gent's Velour HE TS, latest style 10s6d Gents' v elour HATS, latest style AT The Miller Stores Boy's Navy Serge College Caps Boy's Navy Serge College Cap-s e ao Boy's Navy Serge College Caps AT The Miller Stores Boy's Navy Serge Norfolk Suits Boy's Navy Serge Norfolk Suitse Boy's Navy Serge Norfolk Suits * AT The Miller Stores Boy's Stropg Tweed Knickers Boy's Strong SweAd Knickers 2s Boy's Strong Tweed Knickers 2 AT The 1iller Stores Youth's High School Boots d Youth's High School Boots Youth's High School Boots d AT The Miller Stor...
MR MEAD AT SHEPPARTON. IRRIGATION SETTLEMENT A SUCCESS. VALUE OF LAND GOES UP. THE LOCAL POPULATION INCREASED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 6 July 1914
MRl MEA)D AT SIIEPPaRTOUN, IILRIGATION SETTLEMENT A SUCCESS. VALUE OF LAND GOES UP. THE LOCAL POPULATION IN. CREASED. MIr Elwood Mead (cnairumau e[ the State Rivers and Water Supply Cow. missioa) arrived in Shopparton on Tiurs. day evening. When seen later at Shat. tery's Victoria Hotel, he was welcomed by many, who could not help remark. ing on the robustness he had put on since his trip to America. " I cau :assue you," remarked Mr Mead to an iuter. viewer, " that I would sooner lose come of this ' too, too solid flesh,' for 1 cae wcrk better without it." On Friday morning Mr Mead (accmn. panied by MIr Bassett, land valuer, Water Commission; Mr W F Novil, B.S.C, district engineer; and Mr 11 B Auderson, of Lis Angeles, Califorunia, expert orange grower) drove to the Closer Settlements on the Shepparton Estate, and was very pleased with thie improvements made there since his last visit. On his return DMr Head said : " There is no more convincing proof of the sta bility and success of...
FOURTH PAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 6 July 1914
FoURrH u xue.-F armers Conven tiou, Brevity Bureau, "The Sin of logratitude" (by Pastor Russell), Shop patton Football Club, etc. D'Music Fo"t TieS PATIENTs. - The Mcdol Band marched over the high road yesterday afternoon, playing "Burnie;" and on reaching a grassy plot alongside the thoroughfare in front of the Moo toopna Hospital, joined with the local band in the rendition of the marches, "Yancowinna,"and"Gippsland," Dream of Paradise" and other pieces. In aid of the hospital the nurses took up a collection, which amounted to ,£318s id. A number of Sheppartonu people accom panied theModel Band to Mooroopue. PINE LODstE WEST STATE Sceloot. Friday, July 3rd, brought Arbor day around again. A fair gathering of parents attended, and a full programme of worlk had been drawn up by the teacher Miss Webb and the committee, for those who could use the pick and shovel, etc. By 10 a.m work was com moncod. The pick on arbor day has seldom to be used but this yrar it was first favorite on acc...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 6 July 1914
GOLF, The draw for Wednesday noxt: 1M\Lonnan v Milne, M'Kellar v Fisher, J F Fairley v Daniele, Robertson Kendall, Abernethy v Nugent, Lanyon v A W Fairley, Byase v Rodger, White head v Norman Sandy, Neville v Irvine, Muntz v M'Kouua, Aurisoh v Daunt, Grant v Grutzner, Baylirs v Tnomas, Jno Sandy v Murray, 8tubbs v M'Ivor, Rawsthorn v Tlarvey, Shaov v Baring, Downoy v Gillingh.tn, Qninn .v Slat tory,
THE BLUE GUM CASE. SHIRE COUNCIL JOINS IN THE APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 6 July 1914
THE BLUE GUM CASE. SHIRE COUNCIL JOINS IN THE APPEAL. At Shopparton Shire Council at its meeting this afternoon a letter was read from Messrs Morrison and Sawere, solicitors, stating "Acting on the ad vise of counsel (Mr I E Starke and Mr W L. Ham), the Rodney Council has decided to prosecute nu appeal (in the action Rodney Council v E J Vibert), and asks the Shepparton Coun cil to concur." During the forenoon the matter was considered by the councillors in cz.m mittre, Mr Morrison as well as Mr J Sutherlaud (Shepparton shire colicitor), being present. This afternoon without any discussion, it was resolved on the motion of Crs W Phillips and W Pinchbeck to : concur" in the appeal.
WEATHER FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 6 July 1914
WEATHER FOR JUNe,-The Common wealth Meteorologist "writes : This has proved an extremely dry month almost throughout the State, and especially so over inland areas. The whole of the mallee and most of the northern country and Wimmera can be said to have had nothing but one or two light sprinkles of rain; and as May was also very dry over the same ares, agrioultural and pastoralindustries there are beginning to find condition critical, The weather for this month bears a remarkable resemblance to that of June 1913. In both the tendency for high pressure systems to hold over the Southeastern quarter and Southern interior of the continent, maintaining generally dry weather there while good rain storms of tropical origin passed over Queens land and the Northeaot of Now South Wales, has boon very marked.
"THE BOOK OF BOOKS." UNITED SUNDAY SCHOOLS' GATHERING. HISTORICAL ADDRESS BY MR E DANIEL. THE STORY OF MARY JONES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 6 July 1914
" THE BOOK OF BOOKS." UNITED SUNDAY SCHOOLS' GATHERING. HISTORICAL ADDRESS BY MR E DANIEL. THE STORY OF MARY JONES. A good deal of interest has been centrcd in the visit to Sheppar!on of Mr Tlrdwin Dani?l nF 1Tnl....... ...1. .- ..... , u: u vuut U1 l u DOULourne, wno cams hero as representative of the British and Foreign Bible Society. Tall, of hand some appearance, and possessing a robust voice, of quality .demanding attentior, he has been listened to with keen interest, for his facce and figures with respect to the Bible. and his historical knowledge in relation thereto, while apparently vast, are served out with a readiness and ability that create a desire for more of such information. Mr Daniel occupied the pulpit at St Augustine's Church of England yesterday at the midday service, and proached an ab!e s~rmon. His princi pal function, however, was in the aftcruoon, at 3 o'clock, when he do livered a very intoresting address to the scholars of the united Sunday Schools of the to...
OLYMPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 6 July 1914
"OLYMPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPOIlT. FOOTBALL NOTES. BY " HALr-BcKI " Laet Wednesday's matches Were won by the home teams except at Mooroopna; Where Shepparton won with a margin of 52 pointli. The game was not a brilliant one, there being too much crowding and blind rushing with .the ball to get out of soeimmages While MIooroopna players seemed to show alack of intercest owing to frequent defeats, the Sbopparton players appear to be showing apathyy on account of contined victories and lack of public support. At noon on Wednesday, it was uu .certain whether a team would be got together by Shepparton to go across to Mooroopna, but when the drags left at 2.15 p.m. 16 players wore available. Two of the trainers, Charlio Morris and Tom Law, were then included to completo the 18, and they shaped very well considering the circumstances. Mooroopna was in a worse plight, for only about 11 of its players were avail able and it was a case of sending out the "press gang" to cnmpel men to come in. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 6 July 1914
GOOD NEWS FOR LADIES. Ladies will be pleased to learn that at the request of their many patients, the "Natura" Health Coy, of Melbourne, are again sending their highly qualifiod representative, Mrs Marshall, to Shop parton, on a visit. The visit is being eagerly looked forward to, and takes place from Tuesday, 14th July, to Tuesday, 21st July, when Mrs Marshall may be seen at the Court House Hotel from 12 (noon) till '1.30 each day. Ladies whose health is causing them anxiety are strongly advised to consult her and learn how good health may be restored to them by means of the won derful "'Natura" Home Treatment that has cured so many thousands of women and girls. No charge whatever is made for cbnsultation or adviso. A full range of medicines is carried. Moan while send 2d postage for free Health Guide for Women, to Dept. A01,, 'Nature" Health Co., 49 Elizabeth treet, Melbourne. YOU SUQULD BIE DETii~t· MINED n rcjPctiue the worthless and fre quently injuriously counterfeits which ar...
LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 6 July 1914
LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Butter (selling) lid, is 2d Eggs (giving) 1s Cheese (solling), 101, Is Bacon ,, lid, ls Ham ,, . is ls ld Wheat (giving) 8s 61 Potatoes ,, 7s Onions ,, Cs Bran ,, ls 2d bus. Chaff (soilling) £8 53 Flour , 15s Sd Pollard ,, is 3d
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 6 July 1914
. PERSONAL. Color . Sergoeant David Fair, of E Company, 581h Regiment of Infantry, has been promoted to the rank of second lieutenant (provisionally). He is a son of Cr F W Fair. At a meeting of members of the Shepparton and Goulburn Valley Poultry and Kennel Club, and others, at the Mechanics on Thursday evening, it was decided to entertain Mr W.H Mutton, local manager, Colonial Gas Association at a dinner at the Royal Hotel, High-street, on Thursday next the 9th inst. Thearrangemeuts were loft in the hands of Mr L J Michel (secretary, S and G.V.P. and K Club), and Mr J F Hillier (secretary, local branch of the South African Soldiers' Association. Mr Mutton is on the eve of his departure for New Zealand.