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WOMAN OF 70 HAS FACE LIKE THAT OF A YOUNG GIRL. LONG GUARDED FAMILY, SECRET LEARNED THROUGH A PROVINCIAL LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

WOMAN OF 70 HAS FACE LIKE THAT OF A YOUNG QIRL. LONG GUARDED FAMILY, SEG : BET LEARNED THROUGH A .< PROVINCIAL LADY.. /'Prom mother to" daughter, gen eration after generation,"- writes a lady now 70 years old, "we have been noledi throughout the little provincial town where we live for the beauty of our complexions, pre served; even to old age. Of late so many of our friends seem to,.have been deceived and disappointed by harmful skin remedies that we have decided that i,t is not rig-lit for us to keep to ourselves any longer the formula' that has always been con sidered as our family secret, and to which Wo owe our 'eternal youth." Therefore we take this opportunity of.; communicating it to our sister readers. Simply take 2 oz. l'osewater, l^dram tincture of benzoin ana 2oz. Hojvei's /of~ Oxzoin, andj mix them, yourself ^at home. Any chemist 'can' supply you with what is necessaryi. Shake the-lotion before using and apply* with , a clean piece of cotton wool or a sponge ...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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CONCERNING PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

CONCERNING PEOPLE Jlr C. Osborne, ,\vho for Ihe past ten years. Has filled the position of manager of the Na "ambie branch of the Commer cial Bank, has received notice of his removal to Warrnambool. Dii Monday evening he was en tertained at a smoke social by' Hie residents of the town and dis trict., and presented with an ad dress and a purse of sovereigns. Mrs Osborne received a silver afternoon lea service. Mr Os borne wil be succeeded' by Mr. Jlandfield, from Macartliur. The funeral of the lat Mr An drew Bohn, of Picola, farmer, whose death occurred in Shep parlon, last week, took place on Friday. The coffin containing the remains of (he deceased gentle man was borne from Welsford street. to the railway station lo meet Ihe midday train to Xathalia by the following mem bers of the Goulburn Valley St. George's Lodge of Freemasons, viz: Bros. A. .Whitehead, J. Stubl'S, E. J, Maltb.v, W. C. An derson, C. Grey, W. II.. Prosser. C. Uailey, T. Hockey, T. ■ J. M'lwr. G. V. Furphy, H. Bow...

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RURAL PRODUCERS' ASSOCIATION. SHEPPARTON BRANCH DISBANDED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

RURAL PRODUCERS' ASSOCIA TION. SHElTAltTOX BKAXCH DISBANDED,. . After considerable difficulty, on Saturday afternoon, half a dozen members of the Shepparton branch. Victorian ltui'ail 'Producers Asso ciation were brought together at, t'lio secretary's oUice, Fryers-Street, in order to pas^ a formal resolution of disbandment. The members who took p.'lrt in the final act, which terminated a dismal existence were the president (.Mi- E. Leahy) Messrs 1H. Sim, Jb\ H. Qooper. A. Hutchinson, T Darveniza, W. Gibbs, with the secretary (Mr J: 15. Byass) TJio minutes of the previous meeting were confirmed,. , The secretary read the circular from headiiuar.tcio in Melbourne which stated lliat the necessity for disbandment was .the reault of coun sel's opinion as to the -probably ac-. tion of the Rural Workers' Union. It was sugge&tfodt Ill at branches might be invited to qualify for. mem bership by donations—the funds so raised to be used for the defence of individual members (up to dat...

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DOCKIE RACE MEETING. THE COMING EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

D00K1E RftCE MEETING. Till; COM!KO KYFA'T. A proaro-; inti 1)in eonuec-i ikm v.'liit liu- Po.jk:.e Kace Club w,!- lioiil on .Saturday evening. when ilifi't was !i !a r attendance of mi-iaiK!V iiiw-n;. Ill the absence >'i tli.. Mr A. M'l'artland '.v,;s vnt-d in tin: cllaid 1 : A ■ '-r was va't from Mr H Hvr.-n Monr.>< ,-M\retary. Y.li.C., |!iat Mr A .H. Cox, stipon 'iu;:y would attend the I!.V ciui's meeting on the 2-vh ii.-i. and that it would be w-:.i>ary f..r 'ho stewards of the i'l'Tii t-iub 10 officially appoint him '.•u thai day. : , , Mr tSvo.' t;-U,, on behalf of Mr W. t^iimi wrote from Spring •i-iit'si to Mir wrwt tha lie had ~;nt <:-.itrirs for the race meeting M'l a-kc-ii' for tin.' concession of atliiwiiii' inns tr. p;ly for what races lip >tar;.- his W.-e in. If the club iil.v.vcl him iiio privilftre he asked tcr, would turn up with his hy-MN without fail as lie intends both at RoualUi and St. •Inmr>. it «as ileciclt-d to nolify Mr Cn...

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AGRICULTURAL HIGH SCHOOL. BRIGHT PROSPECTS AHEAD. THE NEW STAFF. STUDENTS' SUCCESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

AGRICULTURAL. HIGH 8CH00L. BlllGHT PROSPECTS AHEAD. THE NEW. STAFF. STUDENTS' SUCCESSES. The Agricultural High School will resume -work on Tuesday, February 3, with every prospect of a largely increased attendance. The numbers on the roll last yearwere 110, and judlging from the in^ny inquiries the attendance this year will show a very considerable improvement. The stall will be practically a new one, and will consist of Mr "VV. H. Callister, principal; Mjr iWl. W. Gray, second master (in place or Mr: IV. A,- Trey.yaiid, who has been ■promoted to Bendigo); Miss D,. B. Taylor, second mistress; Mr J:. Marks third master; • Mr, "J). S. Itogers,! ■fourth master;; Mr H'. Liddielow, teacher of sloyd and) drawing; Miss J; Kewishj teacher of cookery; and Miss Marcella Stocks,, teacher of sewing , and hygiene. If warranted by an increased attendance an ex tra ...teacher will be appointed to take part in (he Junior and Senior Public work of the schooL Mr Callister lias received notice of a nu...

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SHEPPARTON SPORTS CARNIVAL. FEBRUARY 10 AND 11. RECORD ENTRIES RECEIVED. CHAMPIONS ENTER FREELY. GROUND ARRANGEMENTS GOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

- SHEPPARTON SPORTS' s .CARNIVAL. FEBRUARY 10 AND 11. RECORD ENTRIES RECEIVED. CHAMPIONS.; ENTER, FREELY. . GROUND.. ARRANGEMENTS' ; '?;a GOOD.. , The small band of enthusiasts who instituted: the Sheppartoii Sports Carnival in tho year 1899, with Dr. E. Iv. Herring as the prime mover, little thought at the Lime that their action would result in a "Carnival" ; of the present mammoth proportions, and the public of Shepparton are deeply indebted to them for their zeal in the matter. .r : Commencing with a prize list of £40, the committee is now offering for the sixteenth succes sive annual carnival, close upon £500 in prizes. The takings at the gates for the ilrst year were £82. while last year they reached £4G5. These" llgures speak vol umes for the progress made in the past. The sixteenth carnival is to be held on the 10th and 11th Februaryt and from all appearances, such . as number, and quality of entries received, the efforts of the executive com mittee will be suitably rewarded....

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VIOLET TOWN SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

VIOLET TOWN SHIRE COUNCIL ' »—.... ; Tha usual monthly meeting of the' ^Violet Town Shire Council was held Monday, December 12, wli'en" there were*present: Grs. Sorsljaw (president). McShano, . lapl^, \Vitson, Buckland, Hen derson, lloach and Gordon. Correspondence. J. J. Dunlop forwarded ac count for £1 for carting docking to Cr. Henderson's,—Councillors considered the charge excessive, and the inatter was lel'l in (he jsttovelnry's hands. C. NVentworlh drew attention ! to broken culvert and repairs re quired to road near his plaon. I which was dangerous—Engineer isaid lie had intruded Mr. Went worlh io inakc 'temporary iv pairs,'—Approved of. D. Dick drew attention lu llie state of road from TUopipsmfs 1,0 Wavkiua' which was nearly ipipassable owing to trees'and Uhiba broken down by the storm of Tuesday, 29th Dcceuiber. A vehicle could not yet along the middle of, the road. The engineer said ho "had in structed contractor Telford to attend to saine.—Ap proved of • Homo'and Wilkins...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

!W t W „ PROPRIETARY LIMITED Head Offices 94-6 King St., Melbourne BROKERS FOR THE SALE OF Expert & Beliable VALUATIONS Prompt Returns All Instructions Strictly Adhered to. • It GRAIN - SHEEPSKINS FURRED SKINS, HIDES TALLOW & ALL OTHER - STATION PRODUCE - agencies' McDOUGALL'S SHEEP DIP "SALVITIS" STOCK REMEDIES "YOUHGHUSBAND" WOOL PRESS B Branches-ALBURY, LOCKHART, WODONQA, TALLANQATTA, CORRYONQ & WALWA. I WOOL & GRAIN WAREHOUSES & PRODUCE STORES g I % - PRIVATE SIDING - KENSINGTON. „ j| Massey - Harris Coy. Ltd, " - Manufacture and sell . A FULL LINE OF HIQH OLA88 HARVESTING AND GENERAL FARM MACHINKRVg Reaper and Binders Reaper Threshers Mowers ... Hay Rakes and. Tedders Hay Loaders ^ Grain and Fertiliser- Drills Cultivators and Seeders Orchard Spring Tooth Gultlva tors Orchard DIso Harrows DI«d Harrows In . Great Variety Drag Harrows Horse Hoes and Souffers Maize and Fertiliser Drills Maize Shellers . Ploughs, Single Furrow. Ploughs, 2, 3 a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

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LOCAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

LOCAL MARKET^ Bbtter (colling) ... 10(1 to 1b' Eggs (giving^ ... 7 doz Bacos (giving) ... lid to Is Ham (giving) ... Is to Is 2d lb Wheat (giving) ... 3a 2d. bushel Chaff (selling) ... £3 oa toil Onions (selling) ... 9s per owt. Potatoes (soiling) new 7s owt. Floor (bulling) ... 15s bug Bban (selliiigT ~ ... Is bus Pollaud (selling) '...• Is Id bus Calf Skins (giving) Gdperlb jiiBEr Skins (giving) 5Jd pur lb Hide 'giving) ... 4jdperlb, As a result of the recent rains the property is looking exception ally well unci probable buy ore are invited to visit the district, -where llioy will be given every opportunity) and will be provided with convey ances for the. purposes of looking over the-J&ud for eal^. •. . I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

SALES AT SHEPPARTON COR PORATION YARDS. CATTLE ..." JANUARY 20 PIGS ... JANUARY 26 SHEEP JANUARY 27 AUCTION SALES TO COME. A USEFUL SUMMARY. Tuesday, January 20. Kyabram Pig Sale. Shepparton Cattle Sale Numurkah Horse Sale. Wednesday, January 21. F. Treyvaua s sale of House, Furniture, etc., Shepparton. R. Trickey's Clearing Sale at -ola West. - Katamatite Stock Sale; also sale of land. Ganiambo: Watts, Turnbull and Go's Stock Sale. Thurday, January 22. Tocumwal Stock Sale. Nathalia Special Stock Sale. Saturday, January'24. John Phipps's Land Sale. Jan 26 E. Collins's Clearing Sale, Gir garee. Barmab Stock Sale. On a/c of Mr. D. Treahy, to lease, his farm of 550 acres, at Pine Lodge; J. M'Namara & Co., Mooroopna Horse Sale. Monday, January 26. Sheppartdn Pig Sale. Murchison Stock Sale. Tuesday, January 27. Kyabram Cattle Sale. Shepparton Sheep Sale. R. Ferrari's, jun. Clearing Sale at Kotupna. Numurkah: Campbell & Co.'s Pig and Poultry Sale. Jan 28 H. V. Hainblin's C...

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NUMURKAH SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

NUMURKAH SHIRE COUNCIL. Theordinary monthly mooting of the Numurkah shire council was held on Tuesday, January 13, when there were present: Crs. Campbell (president) Ball, Thornton; Meiklejohn, v Furze, Tuckett.' Maloney,. Ross," Purdie, McDonald; Gordon, Moss. iCorrespondence. ; r Mr. NV. Tuck applied for ap proval to have premises at StrathmerlOn (to be used for the manufacture of small goods') fegistered'as a factory—Grantod L. Grant, secretary G.Y.F:B., ask'Cd to have January 28 pro claimed a public holiday.:—Gran led. • Shepparton. -Spbrls- Carnival applied, for a public: holiday for 1 llh February, the-date- of the annual carnival.—Granted. Wm. O'Rourke, Kotupna, as ked permission to erect gales on road running' oast and west bet ween allotments OOd.and 66b.— No objection. J. Jackson asked for a reduc tion in rates on his property known as the Strathmerton Hotel, owing to the house being delicensed.—To be informed the property would be re-valued du ring the present year.: Edga...

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SHEPPARTON GUN CLUB. A FLOURISHING INSTITUTION SECRETARY'S CAPABLE WORK ACKNOWLEDGED. HONORARIUM OF £5/5. MR J P. DOWNEY RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

SHEPPARTON GUN CLUB. A FLOURISHING INSTITUTION SECRETARY'S CAPABLE WORK' ACKNOWLEDGED. HONORARIUM OF '£5/5. MR J P. DOWNEY RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT. The annual meeting of the Shepparlon Gun Club was held on Friday night at Downey's Onion Hotel. Present: The pre sident (Mr J. P. Downey), Mes srs D. iloss, H. Crilly, Walter Pryde, M. Halpin, W. 13. Hoare, and W. Durrani (secretary). ' . £20 Starling Match. On the molion of Messrs lloare and llalpin it was decided to hold a '£20 starling match on Thursday,' February 12 (the <!a> after the carnival) starting at 2 p.m. The, match will be lii-fid under tliij'usual conditions a? to rioinin.i'.icns, etc. Annual Meeting. The balance sheet was sub mitted, which showed a prolit of £5 -i/2 on the year's work. The assets amounted to £59 10/4, made up as follows: Gluh money in bank, £32 18/10; on hand, t'l 11/6; on debentures, (Agri cultural society), £25,. Mr. Halpin, in moving the adoption of the balance sheet, spoke in eulogistic ter...

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TUNGAMAH WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

TUNGAMAH WATER TRUST. The monthly meeting was held on Monday, January 12, at the conclusion of the council busi ness. Correspondence. Slate Rivers Commission, re Nu murk all- Trust's statement that it was not receiving a pro portion of the water supply from "Casey's weir.—Attention of both trusts was drawn to the ex cessive waste in distribution of water diverted frolri _ Broken River, and the necessity for cither greatly improving the watercourses now used or (which would appear the better plan) extending and imprpving ; the systems of distribution by ■ channel. Improvements in this 1 direction are urgently required not only to provide for reason- i able economy of supply , but specially for provision to the several townsnips where /the storages are inadequate, to .meet the requirements in cases of long suspension' of supply from head works. In May and June, last , year^\yheU: special mea sures wore taken .to-.- repjcnish; these supplies; it was found that, the waste in the several...

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HIS WIFE'S TEETH. COUPLE'S TRIP TO MELBOURNE. A CHECKMATE MOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

HI8 WIFE'S TEETH. . COUPLE'S TRIP TO MEL ^ BOURNE. A CHECKMATE MOVE. After spending affair period of their lives in the backolocks of New South Wales- Richard Burns, and his wife, 'Kftte, made up their minds to pay a visit to the Victorian metropolis, and have a good time with thdir sav ings. The "good time"' seems to have'begun rather eai'ly, and by the time they started from Tocumwal they were "merry." Kate managed to preserve a fair portion of her senses, and when her husband became abusive she. pensively bewailed her lot, averr ing that, as the result,; both would be "run in.". Unfortun ately" the lady, in this instances,, proved a reliable prophet. By. the time that the train reached Shepparton Richard was not ex actly himself again, but was. in that sLate which renders'a man careless of action £ir : speech", j The assistance of the police was I invoked to remdve. the couple from the carriage they occu pied, and Constable Cantwell exr porienced no little ..difficulty. in his wo...

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COST OF COW FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

COST OF COW FEEDING. A! contributor to "Hoard's Dairy man " Wnt Cleaver .of Pennsylvania expresses the opinion that too much argument is used on tlie side, of. charging the cow the cost price of the feed. The primary object of the farmer he submits, is to secure the largest possible returns froin the money lie invested. If, by selling the crop at the market price, hp will receive more money for it thau he can pet from it by. feeding to cows( (after allowing for the man urial value, eta.) then the logical way to dispose "of the crop would bo by selling- it>. ; When the production. 'eiost' is charged', the keeping of cows i.« maac the primary object, and; an other brandies ot tarming are car ried on for the purpose of further increasing the importance of the cow. Of course, the fannor knows how much lie made from his cows and how much feu bis year's work, hut lie noes not Know how much more lie mi^ht. have nuado had iie sold the crop instead of feeding it1. ■The farmer does not gro...

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ROUGH ON COUNCILLORS. RABBIT INSPECTOR'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

ROUGH ON COUNCILLORS. RABBIT INSPECTOR'S VIEWS. J At Tuesday's meeting of Nu- . murkah Shire Council the fol' lowing letter was read from A. S. Marshall, district rabbit in spector: Iii reference to discus- . sion re rabbits at your last meet ing, I desire to inform your council that I gel no assistance whatever from some of your councillors, inasmuch as these councillors, and one ex-council lor, take as much looking after as two ordinary landholders and three others have always to bo ■ reminded of thoir duty to keep their land free of vermin (names will be supplied if required). I have no trouble- whatever with either Tungamali or Shepparlon shires. There is scarcely a coun cillor in these two shires , that I have, to serve a notice, on. The" benefit to me is incalculable, as, ■ •I not only have no need to ex amine their land, but they set an . example to their-'neighbors, as the fact of-seeing Mr-—x— de stroying' rabbits reminds all those" in < the . locality ;of. their...

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DISTRICT NEWS. SHEPPARTON EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. _SIlEPPARTON EAST. Harvesting operations, being over, the grain carting season is with us again. The roads (or rather the Benalla road) from McGonigal's,Pine Lodge" Hotel, into Snepparton, see a regular procession of- waggons -every morning. 'As a result the Ben alla road, particularly, is full of riUts. being: badly cut up. To make matters 'more: inconvenient, still-for drivers, settlers in the irrigation area have Hooded the road here and there, all the water tables being full of water and the"' danger of becoming bogged on 1 lie main-road within a mile or two of Shepparton is a real one." . The lucerne throughout the settlement looks well and strong. Vigorous crops are the rule rather than the exception. Trees and vines are also making good progress. Regret will be the feeling up permost in the 'minds of the many friends of Mr David Treahv at the knowledge that an old physical ailment aggra vated by the undue strain of nag-" lifting during the grain season lias inc...

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MILITARY ENCAMPMENT ON THE SHOW GROUNDS. STARTS ON SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

MILITARY ENCAMPMENT " ON THE SHOW. GROUNDS STARTS ON SATURDAY". Sliepparton is to be favored for the first' time in its history,. with the ?'pomp and circumstance"' of a military encampment ..It will start on Saturday at the show grounds, ihe use of which has been kindly granted for the occasion. Tents will be "struck" on the following Tues day, when the troops will return to their homes. The novelty of tho encampment will no doubt appeal to "the residents of town and dis trict, and they may be expected' to attend in force*. It is desirable, also, that' there should be a full attendance of members of every troop taking part in tho cam.pl. This should be especially the case with the' Sliepparton Troqp|. In view of the caiiip being, a local one nothing short of 100 per cent), attendance is expetcedl1. . • 1 ■ The arrangements for the forth coming. military display are a* fol low ' Xiiimirkah, Sliepparton and Tallygaroopna troqps :will attend mounted; Dookie and; Cobram dis mounted. Th...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. II. S. K. Ward reports: 1 have- to report a steady market for prune, green lucerne chaff; at upVto £1/15 per tori ex, Mel: bourne .rails, occasionallyfor something extra choipe, £'i/17/§. Lucerne; hay, of primn 'qviality, (lodi'ick pressed, is.clearing well at £3 12/6' to £3 15/; Thero were a fe\v more orders placed from (Queensland during the past; week. Buyers in that State are apparently shy of their "market conditions,?asordersMre: always' wiredj forwai'd " withvthe' ? express condition of immediate delivery attached to same, and though I sold 'SOV/loris for thatiStatie last week; I received u \vire fi'om Bris bane, on Monday morning can celling all orders- that had not already been shipped.-f This was owing to the rain which fell in. Queensland last week ; end, and until they get a few moroN dry weeks the. outlet to thai port will cease. Thcr'New South Wales demand has also fallen' oil'- owing to rain having visited the Ihinter River district, so that...

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