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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 14 May 1914

WEDNESDAY MORNING SHOPPERS; Special Inducement for Wednesday Morning SHOPPERS! OUR KEEN PRICE LIST will appear Next Issue Watch—— For IT- — J, p. McLENNftN'S 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 after a few week's wear are quite shabby and out of shape ; and there is the HIGH-CLASS TAILOR-MADE SUIT, with each garment specially built, which look well after 12. months' wear.. . . . . If you are after the latter MITTON Is Your Man!" Wyndham Street = Shepparton. Late David Wilson's Premises, Opp. Mechanics' Institute. ROCKFflCED flNb • BRICK METAL SHEETING In Galvanised Steel f Specially suitable for Pi&ure Theatres, Country and Seaside Residences, Front Facings to Shops, Offices, Show Stands, &C. 9 Weather, wind and white ant resisting. Can be fixed by any tradesman. 4 The sheets are light and can be packed in a small space, thus making a big savi...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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DOOKIEE COLLEGE NOTES. (Written specially for the Shepparton "News.") [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 14 May 1914

. DOOKIEE COLLEGE NOTES.. 1 (Written specially for the Shep parton "News.") The weather lor tne week has been line with the nights becom ing rather chilly. Ram is wanted more especially to break the crust which forms at the sur face of the soil and prevents the young blade from penetrat ing, the soil. In some paddocks the-wheat has germinated un der the soil and the blade has curled.round and round the grain and the point of the blade withered. This has taken place, especially in a black swampy soil where the seed has apparently been sown a little too deeply. It is - necessary on such soil .to sow as shallow as possible. Up to date there arc 587 acres of crop in. Work is progressing satisfactorily at the tate of about 100 acres per week. The ground is becoming rather dry. Maize" stubble ground is being worked with the disc cultivator. A point which may be of interest'to far mers is the system or rather sys tmes of rotations carried out at the college. Nearly all farmers practice a r...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOOD NEWS FOR LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 14 May 1914

GOOD NEWS FORXaDIE8. Ladies will be pleased to learn that at the special request of their many patients,r the Nature Health Co., Melbourne, have ar ranged for their highly qualified lady representative to - prolong her stay at Shepparton until the 23rd May. She may1 be consulted at the Court House -Hotel, Shep_ parton, daily, from <4 'to -5-30 p.m. No charge whatever will be made for consultations or ad vice. Ladies whose" health is causing them any anxiety are strongly advised to consult her, and learn how good health may be restored to them by means of the wonderful Nature Home Treatment, that has cured so many-thousands of women and. girls. For tbevconvenierice of pa_, tients and others a,full supply of, all medicines will : be carried. Upon application a Health Guide will be posted fr'fie. '

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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FOOTBALL. G.V. FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 14 May 1914

FOOTBAlL. G.V. FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the Goultnirn Valley Football Association was held at Numurkah on Monday, May 4. There were, present:— Messrs. T. J. Leavey (president), in the chair, B. Cohen, J. Trewin (Numurkah) G. Trappold, Fagan (Gobram), J. S. Baglin, J. P. Leahy (Strathmerton), J. Calla nan, S. Bristol (Katunga), W. M. Harris, Howell (Wunghnu), G. R. JM'Kenzie, \V. H. Rennick (Tallygaroopna), R. C. Gordonj G. Meiklejohn (Drumanure), G. Foristal, A. J. Fowles (Katama— tite), Stillai'd and Scott (Boo mahnoomoonah). Admission of a New Glub. Boomahnoomoonah Football club asked admission to the asso ciation. Mr. Stillard stated that ! his .club would meet the teams I at Cobram and convey zi) players to their ground. They were only 1J miles from tho Cobram ground, and-the'-walk from the . Cobram station is along a road that is considered one of the best in the State.—Granted. * Disposal of a" Donation. With regard to the donation of £10 10/ to tho premier team, a d...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 14 May 1914

For Chronic Chest Complaints, | Woods' Peppermint Cure, 1/6. For Children's' Hacking: Cough, Woods'* Peppermint Cure, 1/0, WoodaV Peppermint," Cure for. Coughs .and Colds never tails i /0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

The sea hath many thousand sands, And life hath many ills, While most folk taks a heap of things - (Including countless pills). J3o people young, or. people old, Ancient, or immature, They're bound to know that j health is found i In Woods' Great Peppermint Cure,. Hans Irvine's Australian wlnos, both still and sparkling, have ro coived the Hall Mark of Royal ap proval in addition to the many awards gained in all parts of the world. Hans Irvine's Pure Grape Brandy ia distilled under Govern ment supervision, and ia one of the best of its kind in the market Obtainable from Irvino and Oo., tiollini-street, Melbourne, or OR. Juthrie and Co., local

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ALLEGED OFFENCES AGAINST HIS DAUGHTERS. DETECTIVE SULLlVAN'S INVESTIGATIONS. REMANDED TILL MAY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

ALLEGED OFFENCES AGAINST-' HIS DAUGHTERS. DETECTIVE SULLlVAiTS . IN VESTIGATIONS. REMANDED TILL MAY 26. ? > On Thursday evening Detec tive. Sullivan arrested Ohristo-.. pher Phillipsoti, the holder of a ! block on Shepparton No. 2 Closer Settlement Estate for alleged seriious offences against his two daughters. The accused / was. placed in the lock-upV and on Friday morning lie was brought before Mr A. Whitehead;; J.P., 1 and remanded till the next P.M's., day, Tuesday, May 20. Mr W. M. I Abernethy appeared for the ac- ! oused. and offered " no objec- j tiori to the remand;; Bail was . allowed on one'charge 'in .'two j sureties of - £50 /each,^or one of: £100,: aiid -accused's own re cognisance fors £ 100. : In ' the other three charges accused was allowed liis own 'bail of £100 each. '* > " ' PhillipsQU is :a recent' arrival, in the Stale, and:has only been. eighteen^moriths*;6n. tliff settle meiit.ileisa marries man with two daughters, 'but living, apart from "his wife, who ...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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BULK HANDLING OF GRAIN. A SUCCESSFUL W.A. INSTANCE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

| BUUk. HANDLING OF GRAIN. ( A SUCCESSFUL W.A.-INSTANCE That) loose or bulk grain can be transported from the farm ! was proved Beyond doubt last season, by Mr. James M'Manus, of, "Miniiathorpe," . Northam, W.A. This: gentleman success fully carried out a contract with the" Standard Flour - Mill, Nor tham, to deliver 11,000. bushels of grain. '.This constituted what is probably the first instance of frain being sold and carted in. ulk in Australia. To carry'the bulk grain he had two tanks on boxes built to lit on the ordinary hay waggon. The first tank' he had made was constructed of plain sheet iron strengthened with bar iron, and weighs 9c\vt. Its total cost—labor and mater ial—was £20. The side of Hie second tank were made of ordin ary galvanised corrugated roof ing iron, fastened to a light frame of Oregon scantling, the j top and bottom being of plain I galvanised iron. The weight of { the second tank is only icwt., | and the cost for material was £0; the cost of labor was not ...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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MAIZE GROWING IN NORTHERN VICTORIA. VARIETIES RECOMMENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

MAIZE GROWING IN NOR THERN VICTORIA. [ VARIETIES RECOMMENDED. ; It is probable thai maize grow ing for grain will ilnd general adoption in the irrigation; settle inents of Northern A'ictoria. As there appears to be some doubt as to which are the best, varie ties to sow. for the purpose,, a few observations on the?subject will be of assistance to settlers. Per haps the best ofralUis Eclipse. a heavy yieldeivbearing large.cobs; and very-deep.;grain.-; • U-ripens late in Eastern Gippsland. Sibley; is a splendid yielding kind which!; produces cobs alsoofa large size, and in considerable propor tion. It is late in' maturing, and under favorable conditions gives excellent returns.. On the Snowy River it is regarded as one of the best varieties. Early Yellow Dent is slightly earlier than either of. these maizes, and has a-smaller cob, but yields well. Funk's Yel low Dent is an excellent yielder, and is an improvement on Early Yellow Dent; Its growing: period slightly longer, and it never f...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COURSING FIXTURES. GOULBURN VALLEY AND NORTH-EASTERN DISTRICT. SEASON 1914. May. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

COURSING FIXTURES. 30ULBURN VALLEY AND NORTH-EASTERN DISTRICT. SEASON 1914; May. 20 Elmore 23 Mansfield 27 Tatura 29 St. James dune. 3 Benalla 3 Cobram 4, Kyabram. 8 Euroa 10 Shepparton • 16 Tatura 17 Elmore 18 Katamatite 20 Mansfield 26 St. James r ' 27 "Murchison and Darga long July. 1 and 2 Kyabram 4 Euroa 7 and v 8 Benalla 8 Cobram 8 and-9. Elmore 10 Nagambie 14 ana 15 Shepparton 15 Yabba North 18 Mansfield _ 22 and 23 Tatura 23 and 24 Katamalite 29 Dookie 31 St. James. 31 and Aug. 1 Murchison and Dargalong August. 4, 5 ana 26 Benalla 6 Kyabram :5 Euroa 11 and 12 Shepparton 15 Mansfield 19 Elmore 20 Nagambio . 20 Katamatite 25 Tatura 26 Cobram 29 Murchison and Darga long

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

A beautiful variety 'V 'lolie Ihenium known as t"*'" v =i»ol has been grown l»y *'11 • *" nt.ci lock, of Nixon Str<*ot- ',,ek-cnJ incn was on view last \! h in the shop window oj -. a„j Hubbard, Wyndham talK-u, was much admired. For Bronchial Cough? 'a. »g •Woods Peppermint turo, w

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SPORTING. GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

3P0RTIWQ. ' GOLF, hffs iii «'i!,s ailtJ intending mem iiivi|(.,i i '-'I'l'arlon Golf Club are of Uf, |j '!. "Itund the opening aL 3 ]Kll, "" Wednesday nexl. ■^''Ol'oonn-'r^1 ,?%11inS of the °u llh. ii„1 £'uk took place """n «• ?,n Saturday after P^'-iiiJaiif'" ,l'lere was a-large loi-.s J;;! of members and visi Ii.iIIh ii 1 0(l./oursomes for jrnlf (Mr ii, of tl'o president Itiiiy,.,! n 'tu.s ft>i?|*iaoi|) Wern T. j"l( "-' winners being Mr. II. Ma<li<*-in (khepparton) and Airs sci-v^i i!;, 1ru!,!1'!|oon tea was lion i'L !" la!l.R's '» the pavt e»joyahlo,""c 11011 w:ls a ni'ost

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MINISTER OF LANDS' TOUR. CONVERTS TO IRRIGATION. DESERTED BLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

jr*«i«8TElfbF CONVERTS TO IRRIGATION. DESERTED BLOCKS. On Friday,. Mr. Lawson, Min ister of Lands, accompanied by Mr. H. 'M'Kenzie,-. and Mr. Gattanach, of the Water Supply Commission, visited Echuca and Tongala. At the Town Hall, Echuca,: a.,deputation of land owners of Echuca North, waited upon the. Minister, and asked that an. "irrigation channel be constructed in that district. It was stated that between 2,000 and 3,000 acres would bo bene fited and at least ni^ie tenths of the holders were prepared to pay the compulsory charge of 5/ per acre foot. It was also stated that if a channel were constructed it would result in a good portion of the country being subdivided in to smaller holdings. People were now beginning to realise tlio benefits of irrigation, and where formerly they were strong op ponents of Mr. Elwood Mead's scheme, they were now eager to support it. Mr. Lawson, in reply promised that the fullest inqui ries would be made. • At Tongala there was a confe rence with se...

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RABBIT POISON AND NATIVE ANIMALS. A SHAMEFUL DESTRUCTION PUBLIC ATTENTION DRAWN [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

RABBIT P0I80N AND NATIVE ANIMAL8. IV5 A 8HAMEFUL DESTRUCTION PUBLIC ATTENTION DRAWN" "v*P 'ne 'e.ac'1I?er columns of the n ®tten''on has been fre quently drawn to the destruc on" of native game owing to the in discriminate laying of po£e0nd grain to secure the exfermina tion of rabbits. The chief inS" tor (Mr Frank Allan) his and a»am affirmed that bird life ? "°.L threatened with total ex! tinction by reason of spreadist poisoned grain or arsenised ' apples. In Thursday's "Areis* for Instance, Dr Jame3 W Ba: ffnt-Jvrit^3The Allowing lei: VooiHanf ven 6ient to me Mr Neeld of i>athaha, I shall be verv i grateful if you can publish if i because the extent of dama£ mfllL ft[ poisoning h "a w constant controversy u & ^ncl ^irds which have °een ^i.'ied by rabbit poison would place thera in 3 per cent, solution of for malin and forward them to ni? fi?e factf^,of the case •••ould be then rapidly ascertained. Mv mIv experience of rabbit poison is oa H F[,r}ders 8"°lf links, and t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

Cought' .n,?IAp,ii;rnint Cure lor and Colds never fails 1/$

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

KB" SPECIALS! We intend making Wednesday the busiest morning in the week. These prices will do it! The Prices quoted are Positively Only for WEDNESDAY MORNING 34 inch White; Creme and Pink Flannelette .. •.■.«4id.!yard. 28inch Colonial I'lannef, White and Natural .. ..-iOidv yard. 27 inch Storm Flannel in four shades... .. .... .. 5/6.dozen. 72 inch Heavy Twill U.B. Sheeting .. .. .. . .■.. .. 1/3 yard. Pure Linen Turkish Towels (a wonder .line). . . .. "9Jd. each. Large White Fleecy Blankets (See these) ..... 18/11 pair. Golf Blousings, in 20 patterns .... .. l/7id. blouse length. Fine Cashmere Blousings .. .. ...... l/l'l blouse length. Special Tweed Dress Material .. .. . 8/6 dress. Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose .... .... .. . i0}d. pair. Ladies' Black Cotton Hose ........ .. .... . .. .. 41d pair. Pretty Fancy Dress Trimmings .. .. .. ....... lid. yard. Full Size Java Down Quilts .... ...... 12/6. Full Size Satin Panel ... .. .. .. .. .. .". 1-4/(3. Special Quotations in LADIES' C...

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YABBBA FARMERS' UNION. NILLAHCOOTEE WATER SCHEME DISCUSSED GO-OPERATION GRANTED. IMPORTANT INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

YABBBA FARMERS' UNION, j NILLAHCOOTEE WATER SCHEME DISCUSSED GO-OPERATION GRANTED. IMPORTANT INFORMATION. At the . meeting of the- Yabba Farmers' Unionneld on Satur day night,'May 9 ,the 'secretary submitted the following 'replies he had received regarding the /Nillahcootie water supply scheme:— - Mr E. Stone, Lima South, wrote: "The weir site is on the Broken River, 21 miles above Benalla, where the spurs of the ranges meet on the river witlhin 100 feet or so and the river bed is' of rock granite. Above this a large basin opens, which would contain a volume of water much greater than the Yan Yean re servoir. The weir wall would be 10 4 feet 'high with about 100 feet of water at greatest-depth. The main distributing channel would be the Broken River, and the supply as given by the de partmental oflicers would be sufficient for all domestic pur poses for Benalla and all towns north to Numurkah (inclusive) and to give 23,000 acre feet for ] irrigation. The cost is given offi cially at...

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SHEPPARTON FOOTBALL CLUB. COMMITTEE MEETING. APPOINTMENT OF BOUNDARY UMPIRES. ARRANGEMENTS FOR WEDNESDAY'S MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

SHEPPAItTON FOOTBALL CLUB. committee meeting. appointment of boundary umpires: . ARRANGEMENTS FOR WED : NESDAY'S MATCH. The general committee of the Shepparton Football Glub met at Hockey's Commercial Hotel on Friday night, when there were present:—Messrs R. - Darby (president), W. B. Hoare, W. A. M'Kinnon, J. Nixon, R. w. An derson, L. J .Miohel, S. Wade; H. Ware, H .Mitchell, and B. Canet (secretary). Boundary Umpires. Applications for position of. boundary umpires were received from Messrs W. A..M'Kinnon, D. Robertson, D. Guilfoyle, H. Wil liamson and A. Brock.—The three first-named were elected; Mr M'Kinnon to act on Wednes day. General. It was decided that the train ing nights should be Monday and Friday nights (compulsory) but that the players could have a ball for kicking practice every eek night. •To Mr H. Ware was delegated the task of arranging with a bootmaker to put stops in play ers' boots for the season; while Messrs Canet and . M'Kinnon were requested to ascertain pri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

Special BftRG During May This Week's Special BjLAN Bight when you need them. At Pleasing Price Redactions. Full Double Bed Size's 22/0, 28/, 28/e, 31/6, 35/ 39/6 We guarantee you Entire Satisfaction with any of these Blankets; they were specially made for us. Specials in Eiderdown QUILTS New Designs and Colorings, K.\;ia Full Si'e^s ... We Specially Invite you to visit our Showrooms SEE WINDOW Special Winter Offerings At Lyons' Stores LAMP8 LAMPS LAMPS All. at greatly reduced prices. .PHOTO-FRAMES Very >new, extra special value, at 11d. each, worth 1/0. LADIES' 'RAGLAN' RAIN COAT8 -15/11 and 22/8; .very cheap. LY0N6' STORE, High Street, Shepparton. BLANKETS All at SpeciaJ Pfifces. GENTS' HATS. . AND OVERCOATS! Are TWO SPECIALS _^^NOW SHOWING WILS0N & M0RRIS, • "MENS' CASH AlERCERS," SHEPPARTON. INSPECTION INVITED. 1914 WINTER MILLINERY 1914 ooooooooooooooooooooooooo ccooooocooooooo4£o NOVEL. BEFINED. EXCLUSIVE. AT HARRIS'S you will find the NEWEST AND SMARTEST OF CREATION...

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CANIAMBO WEST CLUB AND JUNIOR ASSOICATION, TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

CANIAMBO WEST. CtilJU AND JUNIOR ASSOICATION, TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-—Might I crave a little of your valuable spacc to place be fore the. public the facts in con nection with the District Junior Association's refusal to. admit our club into the junior associ Uon football. The reasons ad vanced in refusiifg us . entry, briefly are, "that firstly, for con venience, the association should consist of six teams only and Unit more than that number is undesirable"; and secondly," "that the distance to'Caniambo West ground is too far-and too. severe a . tax: on the town teams." With regard to this latter objection, it may be point >'<1 out that Shepparton clubs will bo travelling as far, to Kialla; and farther still, to Arcadia, as the train is not- convenient in time. - Clearly there is: no force in that objection as they will only-coine to the ground (situated in-Mr Quinlan!s pad dock, 9 miles from Shepparton), once each; during the season. With regard to the llrsl objec tion, ...

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