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ENJOYABLE SOCIAL FUNCTION THURSDAY NIGHT'S BALL. A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

ENJOYABLE SOCIAL PUVOT1«N THURSDAY NIGHT'S BALL. A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. The annual bachelors' ball, held on Thursday night is the Public Hall .as the opening so cial event of the season, was a pronounced -and brilliant suc cess. It wag attended by uRwards of 70 couples, and itimbers of visitors were present from Moo roopna, Tallygaroopna, Nuraur Icah, Nathalia, Cobram, Ardmona Tatura, Kyabram, Dookie (in cluding the college), Benalla, Melbourne and elsewhere. In fact it was a thosoughly repre sentative gathering. The enjoy ment was added to by the «fact that the night was cola, and very suitable for dancing. The hall wa- elaborately set off for the occasion with flags of all na tions, whilst the stage decora tions were very tastefully de signed. The floor had been care fully prepared. In fact no detail was wanting to secure the plea sure of the guests, and for the completeness of tho arrange ments credit is due to the small committee of workers, chief among whom were Messrs Goo le>...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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COURSING. SHEPPARTON ENCLOSURE CLUB. OPENING MEETING. GREAT SUCCESS ANTICIPATED [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

C0UR8ING. • SHEPPAHTON ENCLOSURE : CLUB. , OPENING MEETING. GREAT'SUCCESS ANTICIPATED iwTftc opening meeting of (lie Sheppart'on Enclosure plub will take place on'NVeUiK'tfilay on I ho Broken River pluinnton. Reiusnt rains ljave rendered the "ground most suitable for I he spdpt. Three slakes will be );un oil'. Of these two have already tilled. In the open slake fliero \vcro, twelve nominations In hand yes terday, but other entries 011 the way will complete the list to-day. The draw will take place at 8.30 this evening at the Shfcpparton Hotel. The entries include some of the best dogs in the State and splendid trials are expected.. There will be a plen tiful supply of good strong hares A drive took place ' last "week when 32 hares ^vej'p. Iq the large number already in the enclosure. No npw hares will be coursed, and, as amongst the *tock in. the ground, there are known to be some Carbines, it is fully expected that no "kills" will be recorded, Tl)e ftt(,onc|{iripo 0$ ladies is invi...

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THE LATE MR ALEXANDER MILLER. PARTICULARS OF THE WILL. APPROXIMATE VALUE OF THE ESTATE, £177,000. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

THE -LATE MR ALEXANDER MILLER . PARTICULARS OF THE WILL. APPROXIMATE VALUE OF THE C ESTATE, £177,000. A will of interest to the gen eral public, under which relig ious and charitable institutions benefit considerably, will short ly be lodged for probate by the Trustees Executors and Agency Company Limited,- of No. 412 Uollin's-street, Melbourne. The late Mr Alexander Miller, of the Temperance and General Build ings, Swanston-street, Mel bourne, formerly of Geelong, importer and general merchant, who died on the 27th ulto., left an estate of approximately £170,000. The company is asso ciated with Messrs Donald. M'Keiv/.ie, G. E. Wale and Wm. II. Thomas, co-executors. The will and six codicils-provide for the payment of legacies and an nuities to relatives, friends and employees. A fund is to.be set aside to provide the following annuities to charities:—Geelong Infirmary and Benevolent Asylum, £200; Geelong Protestant Orphanage, £100; Geelong Female Refuge, C20; Geelong Ladies Benevol...

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

sales at SKimirrOR oon PORATIOH YARDS. ' 0 PIGS .... ... MAY 18 SHEEP MAY ig: CATTLE .... MAY 26. j AUCTION SALES TO GOME. Tuesday, May 19. Shepparton Sheep Sale. Wednesday. May 20. Caniambo Stock Sale. Thursday, May 21. Tatura Stock Sale . Friday, May 22. Special Horse Sale, Sheppar ton. Saturday tMay 23. Mart Horse Sale. Monday, May 25. Undera Stock Sale. Dookie Slock Sale. Murchison Stock Sale. Tuesday, May 26. Shepparton Cattle Sale. Thursday, May 28. Tatura Stock Sale. Friday, May 29. Park's Cletaring Sale, Tatura. Mooroopna Horse Sale. Tatura Pig Sale. Toolamba Stock Sale. C. PALLING Partner for Ten Years with Martin Gussen & Go. Auctioneers Land and Estate Agent, Sworn :: Valusr :: and :: Flnanolal Agent. :: - A.M.P. CHAMBERS (UPSTAIRS) .WYNDHAM ST., SHEPPARTON Houses, Land, Orchards, Farms, for Sale in the Sheppar ton ana Rodney districts. Loans negotiated at Lowest Rates, with fiecrecy and dispatch. Money to Lend on Stock, Mortgages Lien on Wool, Crops, Bills of Sal...

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CONCERNING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

CONCERNING PEOPLE. Mr and Mrs Fred Fairley, vrho have been spending: a mouth's holiday at I.orne. intend ro.turii inc to Sheppartmi mi Friday. They have had a most enjoyable lime. ami. as l lie result 01 the trip. Mr Fairley has very con siderably henellted in health. I>r 11. .1. and Mrs Cook, of Sbepparton. leave Sydney un Tuesday for Vancouver in the Pacific mail steamer. Makuru,^on an extended t<uir. From Vaneou ver they will travel by the Gan adian-l'ai'iiic railway line to Montreal, proceeding thence by steamer to Great Britain, where some mouths will be spent in visilinp th<- doctor's relatives and friends in Scotland and Eng land. They will return to Victoria by way of tho Red Sea, and ex pect to reach Shepparton_by the end of November. Dr Cook's locum teuens will be Dr Grutz ner, late of the Launceston (Tas.': hospital. Sergeant Kennedy, who has been promoted to Elsternwick, will leave Shepparton on Satur day next. During his residence of upwards of ...

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Shepparlon Rews Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY, MAY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

Sbepparion ll«u>s Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY, MAY 18. Blockholderu on the Shopparton irrigation estates, and especi ally such ag are not yet finan cially sound, would bo well ad vised to carefully consider the best crops to grow. At the pre sent time there seems to be a general disposition^) go in for the establishment of small orchards, and these will no doubt become highly profitable as soon as the trees start bearing. In the mean time something has to be done to keep the "pot boiling." -The cultivation of cereals or vege tables is to bo recommended, because the work may bo under taken in the orchard itself and jthe ground used profitably un til the fruit trees come into full i bearing, though separate cul tivation is preferable. In this connection some agri cultural journals are re commending the growing- of maize as a profitable summer crop. In a recent issuo of a metropolitan weekly references wore made to last season's ex periences of two Bainawm set tl...

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NUMURKAH SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

NUMUftKAH : SHiVIE ; COUNCIL. Thfr ordinary monthly meet ing-of the above was held on Tuesday, when there were pre sent: Cr8 Moss (chairman), Thornton, Meiklejohn, Furze, Ball, Tuckett, Rossr Purdie, M'Donnell and Gordon. Correspondence. T. G. Doubleday, head teacher. Marungi Slate-school, asked for repairs to road in front of the school. In wet weather the road is covered by, several inches of water.—Engineer to inspect. S. Wisely, Mundoona, asked permission to sink a dam, fence same and place a small weir in the creek in front of his place. The work will not interfere with the sjlream.—No action. From Shire of Deakin as fol lows: lie Goulburn crossings, the engineer has recommended this council to limit the loads crossing Stewart's bridge to two tons gross weight. At the same time the engineer advises that steps be taken to have a new bridge erected. Re punt: It has been deemed inadvisable io use the punt in its present state, and the caretaker has been given notice that his servi...

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VIOLET TOWN SHIRE OFFICERS. DISCUSSION AT COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

VIOLET TOWN SHIRE OFFI CERS. DISCUSSION AT COUNCIL MEETING, il'here was some discussion at Monday's meeting of Violet Town Shire Council, when a motion was tabled by Crs. Wilson and Gordon, giving the officers of the council a month's notice with a view to a re-adjustment of posi tions. Ci\ Wilson: How can an engi neer possibly look after this and the Bright Shire, 100 miles away —an area of 2,000 square miles, and a .revenue of £3,700? It is impossible for him to carry out i the work satisfactorily for both shires. Gr Henderson: Why does Cr ! Wilson wish to 'terminate the agreements of all the officer's? U is also a reflection on the other officers of the council. What does lie propose to do when he has disposed of all the officers? We shall have no one to carry out our work. As for the engi neer, although I do not think it can be called privato practice, and you say he carries out his duties here properly, why do you wish to give him notice? Gr. Wilson: I did not say so. Others: B...

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

———. ■ ' I For Children's Hacking Cough, Woods-Peppermint Cure, I/O.

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SOUND ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

SOUND ADVICE. Why worry and doubt when your boots arc worn out, Where to get '"-footwear that V ^tanda all sorts of weather; Come straight toil, Marshall's whero you'll got without doubt, Quality and value and certainly hoots mado of leather. Opo'sito Sheppartou "Newa."

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FOOTBALL FIXTURES. Appended is the draw for the first round: of the G.V.D.F. Association matches:—May 20. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

FOOTBALL FIXTURES. Appended is the draw for the first round: of the G.V.D.F. As-, sooiation matches:— Mav an. Shenarton v. Mooroopna. Rochester v. Totura. Echuca v. Kyabram. May 27. Tatura v. Shopparton. Kyabram v. Mooroopna. Rochester v. Echuca. June 3. Shcpparton v. Rochester . Mooroopna v. Echuca. Tatura v. Kyabram. Juno 10. Kyabram v. Shepparton. Rochester v. Mooroopna. Echuca v. Tatura. Juno 17. Shepparton v. Tatura.... Mooroopna v. Tatura. Kyabram v. Rochester. June 24. A bye for all clubs. In the first round,- matches will be played on the grounds of the first-named club, and in the second round on the "grounds of i the last-named club. j The nominations of candidates for the Stat<j elections, endorsed by the central executive of thn political Labor Council, included the name of Mr. Brown, for Benalla and Yarrawonga,

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

J IT IS A MATTER OF FACT. That Backache Rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, bladder troubles, stone, gravel, lumbago, sciatica, nervousness, dizziness are'caus ed by diseased kidneys. Many men and women look upon symptoms of these ailments as trifliife. ~ But no symptom o* kidney disorder is trifling, for it shows that the: kidneys,- are failing to. filter the poisonous uric acid from the blood, and this is the beginning of most diseases At the first sign of kidney dis order. begin with Doan's Back ache Kidney Pills, they cure every form of-kidney trouble, be cause they arp a special medicine for the kidneys. Mrs: W. Stralton, Madeline street, Numurkah, says"For many years my .husband suffered a good deal from lumbago. The pains were in the small of his back, and prevented h'ni from bending, and getting proper rest at night. He was serfqusly han dicapped at. his work, and some times was so bad that he had to lay up for days. He'tried numer ous kidney, remedies, but derived • no benefit fro...

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UNDERA. STATE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. A BUSY TIME. ARRANGING FOR EMPIRE AND ARBOR DAYS. (Specially reported for the "News." [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

UNDERA. STATE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. A .BUSY TIME. . ARRANGING FOR EMPIRE ANp . ARBOR DAYS. ~ (Specially reported for t^e . • "Nbws." The '(soipmitice of tho Undera State- School hold its. monthly me'etihg-in tho-"school on Wed nesday evening last, when'there were present: Messrs. H, Gartner (chairman),.IV J. Quiulan (eor-> respondent)II, Stewart, A, floag, J. H, Hooper, find S. M'Carten. An apology was made for W, Warren, who ws unavoidably' absent at Wyuna. Tho president occupied the chir. . - ■ Correspondence was road from the Educatloh'ciopartment, rolat ine 'to the ereofcion of the new infant room', and in which it wos promised that the work would be commenced as soon as the plans were received from the Public Works department. Messrs. T. J. Qiiinlan and R. Stewart reported on 'their inter view with the chief clerk, Mr. M'Pherson, in relation to the pro posed room, and other matters of importance in the interests of the school. These gentlemen gave a full report of the deputa tio...

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TALLYGAROOPNA. SCRATCH FOOTBALL MATCHES, TALLYGAROOPNA V. WUNGHNU. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

TALLYGAROOPXA. SCRATCH FOOTBALL , - ■ MATCHES, . : TALLYGAROOPNA V. WON 'T GHNU. . ' - • The football season opened on Saturday as far as Tallygaroop n&.and Wunghnu were concerned is both teams had arranged, a uuple of scratch matches before the season coiriinences in earn est on Way, 30. Wunghun journ eyed to Tallygaroopna. Both loams had sixteen men aside and Wunghnu came out winners—i ^oals 1 behind, to Tallygaroopn na's 12 behinds. Ted Ford, an umpire of the G.V.F.A., who was also trying his hand, umpired the match and carried out his duties well, being much belter than last eason's umpires. .. A beautiful rain fell on Tues day night last registering 110 points. A great difference can al ready he noticed in the growth of (lie crops and grass. The members of St. Luke's Church of England held their aiwiual meeting in lho mechan ics' hall on Wednesday, May 13, The chairman, the Rev A. G. llor.ner, referring to lho work of the past year, spoke of the gen erous help fjiven by...

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COST OF LIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

COST OF LIVING. TO THE EDITOR. .Sir,.—II. is re'markablo that the wortfs of "Anti Trust" in May i, have as ,vot brought forth no re spouse. The .cost of meat and bread is staggering. For moat, wo know that stock is very dear and at present nobody begrudges a fair [nice for their meat; but stock would need to he dear when consumers are asked to pay 7d, 8d and i)d per lb for a bit of beef. As for bread, it doesn't seem to matter much what price wheat is. We have to pay the same old 7d for a largo loaf.. (I haven't pur chased any baker's bread lately, but hope tlit bread hasn't got any dearer than it was), I would second the suggestion of' "Anti Trust," i.e., that a meeting of all interested be called to con sider ways and moans of dealing with the situation . Yours, etc., EAT 'KM..

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PRESENTATION TO MISS A. WHITEHEAD. MODEL BAND'S RECOGNITION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

PRESENTATION TO MIS8 A. WHITEHEAD. MODEL.BAND'S RECOGNITION. j The members of tho Sheppar ton Model Bandsprang a "sur prise packet"* on Miss . Alice Whitehead, after the curtain haa ■ dropped oil the final act of the children's pantomime last Fri day ni^ht. They made her a pre sentation .,iiv recognition- of-her spljendid efforts on behalf of>thc Iband. sThe matter was -kepta profound secret until the mo ment of the presentation, whQn the band-formed into a semi circle, and the ceremony started. Drum-major J M'Menamin re ferred to the wonderful tact, ability and patience displayed by Miss Whitehead to havevbrought the juvenile, performers to such a hight.state of perfection. He had, on, behalf of members of tlu: Model ■ Baud, to present' Miss Whitehead with a flight /token iof their esteem and their high i appreciation of the splewlid ser vices slio had rendered the band in producing the children's' pan tomime that night. The band's i token had taken the l'orin o f a lFandsoihe: ...

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

SATISFACTION IN OLOTHK8 YOU GET IT HERE AT -WMDROPS— Premier Tailoring Eatabllsh SUITS full 01?character: suits Ibat mark the wearer, as a man most particular in matters of dress, such are WARDROP'S TAILORED SUITS. Our Representative (Mr. J3yd. Thomas) visits . this distriot every two months. . ; WARDROP^Thi Quality gjHTfi 8T„ (®i»fS3K0pD.

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BLUE BELL IN FAIRYLAND. MODEL BAND'S BENEFIT. A PACKED AUDIENCE. HUNDREDS TURNED AWAY FROM DOORS. TO BE REPEATED TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

BLUE BELL IN FAIRYLAND. MODEL BAND'S BENEFIT. A PACKED AUDIENCE. i HUNDREDS " TURNED , AWAY FROM DOORS. TO BE REPEATED TO-NIGHT. No greater success has been I achieved in Shepparton than was I attained on Friday night by the re-staging of "Blue Bell in Fairyland," in the Public Hall. This lovely children's panto mime \vas produced in aid of the funds of the Model Band. The popularity'of that organisa tion nad, of course, a great deal to do wilth drawing a crowded audience. The hall was filled in every part before eight o'clock, when the doors were closed. An announcement was then made by Drum-major J. M'Menamin thai in order to satisfy the large numbers who had secured tic kets. as well as others \yho had desired to gain admittance,- the entertainment would be repealed to-night (Monday) . This .state ment, though "received. with cheers, had not very much ef fect in relie'vingMlie pressure. The night, was cold,- and a lit tle "squeezing," oh'such an oc casion, and: in aid of such an ...

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GOOD NEWS FOR LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 18 May 1914

GOOD NEWS FOR LADIES. Ladies will be pleased to learri that at the special request of their many patients, the Nature Health Co., Melbourne, have ar ranged for their highly qualified tady representative to prolong her stay at Sliepparton until the 23rd May. She may he consulted at the Court House Hotel, Shep_ parton, daily, from 4 to 5.30 p.ni._Nn chargc whatever will be made" for consultations or ad-' [vice. Ladies whose health is I causing them any anxiety are [strongly advised to consult h"er, and learn how good lieallJi may be restored |o them by means of the wonderful Nature Homo Treatment, that has cured so many thousands of women and girls. For the convenience of pa_ | limits and others a full supply of j all medicines, will be carried. Uimn application a Health Guide will be posted free. —

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