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FOURTH PAGE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 9 July 1914
FounTIL PAUo-Disputo over a Racing Mare, Shepparton Waterworks Trust, Late Secretary of the Mechanics' In stitute, Shepparton Fire Brigade, Wed ding Bells, Boiler Case in Court, Brevity Bureau, Sporting Fixtures, etc. A SuIertroTno WITsNEss.-Giving evidence in Melbourne on Tuesday before Mr Justice Street (the Federal royal commissioner conducting an in nuiry into the operations of the alleged neat trust, and thoe conditions of the meat export trade generally), Mr A E B3ennett, secretary of the Goulburn Valley Industeies Ltd, said the company was formed to establish different indus tries, and at the present time freezing works weore in the couree of construction. The concern was entirely co-operative, and no one held more than 500 shares. The establishment of the company was prompted by the desire of the farmers to secure better prices for stock. Mr T R Bavin vwho appears on behalf of the (jammonwealth Government): "Do you know of any agreement or arrangement between buyers ?"-Witne...
DISPUTE OVER A RACING MARE. SEIZURE BY THE BAILIFF. POLICE MAGISTRATE DECIDES THE OWNERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 9 July 1914
DISPUTE OVER A RACING MARE. SEIZUBE BY THE BAILIFF. POLICE MAGISTRATE DEOIDES THE OWNERSHIP. Mr R Knight. P.M, at the Police Courton Tuesday adjudicated on the interpleader case of Wade and M'Kernan v W J Sheldrake. Mr D C Morrison appeared for the defendant; and Mr J Sutherland for the judgment creditors. Wade and M'Kernan obtained judgment in the Shepparton County Court in January last against Michael Connelly, for £60. Under a warrant-of execution the bailiff (Constable W Wolfenden), seized the racing mare Kaleena, which at the time was in the pos session of Sheldrake, at Tatura. Sheldrake claimed the mare under a year's lease from Mrs Connelly, from January 5th, 1914 to. January 5th, 1915. Constable Wolfenden now gave evidence of the mare's seizure. When asked who was the owner of it, Sheldrake said he was. Wol fenden replied, "I don't want any funny business." Whereupon Sheldrake said that Mrs Connelly owned the mare. Wolfenden then said that he had instructions from Messrs Wad...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 9 July 1914
BARGAIN TIME AT M LENNAN'S. .Hiundreds 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. WI&ý Its exquisitely delicate flavour has won appreciation from all classes and all ages, while the perfection of its ingredients and the healthy conditions under which it is manu- " factured,in bright, clean, airy workrooms, guaran tee its complete purity and wholesomeriess owmeauRm?; STOMACh TROUBLES. Laxo-Tonic Pills a-e a most effective remedy for Biliousness and all i'regu larities of the stomach and bowels. 'libey sactquickly and effectuasly, without weakening the system as is the case with most medicines used for these I troublee. Obtainable everywhere. t~'ei 5 ~ HOW TO 1 C - ESCAPE ,/' COUGHS & COLDS. Býj EFORE starting out in _ . wet or cold weather, take S one or two Peps tablets f from theirsilver wrappers,and let tlt...
A VERY ENJOYABLE FUNCTION. TALLYGAROOPNA FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 9 July 1914
A VERY ENJOYABLE FUNC TION. TALLYGAROOPNA FOOTBALL CLUB. SeBaldom before did.Tallygaroopna hall present such a beautiful speotacle as 'ast night, when the Tallygaroopna Football Club hold a dance, so that its members and friends might have a really enjoyable time. In this respect antici. pations were realised; and tt was not until 3 o'clock this morning that the music ceased, and then was a right about for home in the moonlight. The-estage was a perfect picture, foremost in the deeora'ions there being a lattice work made up of the club's colors-red and blue. It was an exquisite piece of workmanship, and was greatly admired. Another attractive novelty consisted of large barrells 'painted red and blue, while from them grew to a good height roses in bloom and in bud, which needed close inspo?oion to ascertain that they were of artificial structure. Fully forty couples were,present to join in the 24 dances; while the music was supplied by MIr F. Young (violin), Miss May Cogh. Inn (piano...
BILLIARD TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 9 July 1914
BILLIARD TOURNAMENT. The billiard tournoment (200 up), which started at the Mechanics' Insti tute on June 15th, was brought to a close on Tuesday evening, when the winner proved to bs Mr W Gibbs, who defeated Mr C Hancock by 14 points. Their respective trophies are valued a9 £1 and lOs. Mr G V Furphy, as the maker of the highest break (84). gets a trophy valued at 7s 61. Twenty-seven members had entered for the competi. tion. Mr G T Pink, secretary, Mechanics' Iostituts, is now prepared to receive the names of thooe desiring to compete in a second tournament.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE AT THE CORPORATION YARDS. SHEPPARTON CATTLE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 9 July 1914
COM MERCLAL INTELLIGENCE AT THE CORPORATION YARDS, SEHEPPARTON CATTLE SALE. Short yarding of cattle forward, 297 bhead, mostly iodillfrent to inferior. The attendance of buyers limited and pricees about rqul to late rates. Not a primo beast off ring. Quotatione :-Oreen steers £6 4s to £7, small do £8 ?s to .4, rough heavy cows £8 5a to £10 4s, medium quali'y do £6 4s to £7 13ý, rough cows £3 10 to £5 2, Gd, medium heifers £5 to £6 3a 63, small inferior do £3 to £3 3s, small vealers 38u to 60s
WATER SCHEMES AND WATER CHARGES. (To the Editor of "The Advertiser.") [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 9 July 1914
WATER SCHEMES AND WATER CHARGES. (To the Editor of "The Advertiser.") Etn,-Some months back a statement was made in the State Parliament by Mr Wart to the ctl'ct that no further water storage would be required for some year., as Mr Mead had assured him that the supply was ample for some years to come. At the time this an nouncement was mode Mr Mead was in America, and before he had again reached our shores we had nearly emp tied both the Waranga Basin and the Goulburn Weir. It now appears that the Water Commission has decided to proceed with an instalment of the Sugar Loaf soheme, but no statement has been given re the estimated lime to complete same. It is quite evident, however, that it will be started about two years after the time that it should be finished. as thousands more acres will be irrigated during the coming season (if possible), than before. Another serious aspect of the case is the question of water charges. Two years ago I was shown a pamphlet at the Closer Settlemen...
FOOTBALL SHEPPARTON v TATURA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 9 July 1914
FOOTBALL SuePIce\TON v TATURA, These teams, both of which were micus several of their usual players, met on the local Recreation Reserve yesterday. The weather was very bleak, and during the second half a couple of light showers of rain fell. There was a very poor attendance of the public, very little interest being taken in the conteset. The p'ay throughout (spacrs will not allow of detail) did not at any time raise the spectators to a pitch of enthusiasm the home team being always in the ascendant. It seemed, up to the middie of the last quarter, as if the visetocs would not score a goal, and when at the period mentioned they scored two goals in quick succession encouraging cheers greeted their efl'irts. The scores at the close of each quarter stood: First-Shepparton 3.2, Tatura 0.3 Second-Shopparton 7.3. Tatura 0 3 Third-Sbepparton 9.9, Tatura 0.4 Final-Shepparton 11.13 (79 points), Tatura, 2 5 (17 points). Goalkickere-Shepparton; H Ware 2, Whitfield 6, 0 Morris, M'Ooll, A Mas se...
WEDDING BELLS. RADLEY—LOGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 9 July 1914
WEDDING BELLS. 4--- RADLEY-LOGAN. A wedding in which much interest was centred, owing to the fact that thi contracting parties were very popular, and the parents of both old and highly. respected residents of Shepparton, took placo yesterday at the residence of the bride's mother, Wyndham.streot, when bliss Alice Logan, second daughter o Mrs M E Logan, was married to Mr Albert Horace Radley, second son of Mr and Mrs 0 H Radlev, of Wyndham street south. The clliciating ministo was the Rrv Goo Paul, of tho local Pres. byterian Church. The ceremony was performed in the rpacious hall upstairs, which was tastefully decorated for the occasion; and above whore the bridal .party stood was Esupended an elegant wedding bell, composed of white roses and aspsraeus fern (the gift of bride's aunt, Mrs J Thompson, of North Carl, ton). The bride, who was eiven away by her brother, was charmingly gowned in ivory pailette silk trimmed with Oban. lilly lace and pearls, with court train finished with s...
GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 9 July 1914
GUN CLUB. The local Gun O'ub held a very suc cessful shoot yesterday, when about 15 shooters toed the mark. Some finsa shooting was done by Quinlan,:Downoy, Guyatt and WV Burgess. Ressults : £5 S.annow Marivrc. A Quinlan, E Guyatt, and W Bur gess, £1 63 81 each, with 13 kills; J Downey, £1, 9 kills, S\WEEP'S, No 1-Divided by A Quinlan and D R~oss, 7o eabh, 3 kills No 2-Divided by A Qauinlan and D Ross, 14s each, 4 kills No 3 (pigeons)-Divided by A Quin. lan ansd W Burgess, £2 Os 61 each, 6 kills No 4 (pigeons)-Divided by A Quin lan, W Burgess and F Gougb, £1 eaob, 4 kills No 5 (pigeons)-Dividod by J D ish, J Downey, M and WV Burgers, 18s 6d each, 3 kills
A KING AND A COUNTRY MAID. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 9 July 1914
A KING AND A COUNTRY MAID. The old King of Wurtemberg, ac conmpaniuled only by his ;dog, takes many long walks along the shores of Lake Constance during the summer. Recently he crossed in a little tourist steamer to Rorschach, on the Swiss shore. As a simple traveller he en tered a restaurant and ordered a sandwich. "You have .a beautiful dog there," remarked the waitress. "Yes, more beautiful than I am," the King replied. "That is true, said the girl sim ply: "and certainly he is 'far young er." "You are perfectly right." When he had eaten the sandwich, the King departed, leaving a gold piece on the table. The girl ran after. him, to say that he had forgotten his change. "Oh, no," the King said, "you are to keep the gold piece as a remem brance of the King of Wurtemberg, to whom you have paid the unaccus tomed compliment of sincerity!"
BUYING THE ENGAGEMENT RING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 9 July 1914
BUYING THE ENGAGEMENT RING. A most amusing thing is to watch a man buying an engagement ring for his swee heart. Hlie is modest. iHe feels as if the shopman will suspect that he is engaged if he does not take care. Hie believes that the faintest - suggcsticun of what he really wants is tantamount to disclosing the name of the girl and all about their devotion. "Will you let me look at some rings?" "Certainly, sir." A pile of male rings is laid before him. I-IHe pretends to examine them critically. but the expression on his face tells that he is quietly wonder ing how on earth he is going to get a lady's ring under the pretence of buying one for a man. They are passed over in review. He selects none. Ite walks over to another case. "What are these?" "Oh, these are ladies' rings." "But they'll do for gentlemen as well? I rather like that pattern." "Certainly," blandly answers the shlopmt'', who is used to that sort of thing. At length the young fellow tries tihem on his finger. He nev...