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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

I SPORTS AMD PASTIMES. BOWLS. Shepparton bowlers played their first match in the Northern Association at Numurkah on Saturday, eight mbn aside, and Were beaten,by four points. It was a very exciting linish. A. Whitehead's rink had iinished 7 down, and Sandy's was playing its last end with 7 up. After Sandy had sent down his lasl bowl, Shepparion lay 1. The Numurkah skipper drove, but was wide of the mark.The bowl, however, drove against an out side bowl, cutting it across and ori to the. jack and carrying it. Nuniurkah then lay 4. Great was the excitement; of the . home bowlers, who threw up*tlieir hats oivtheir win. Cheers were given "at the close of the match, after remarks by Dr. Spenco; and Mr. McGillivray, aiid-then a rush was made for the train. Results^— Numurkah 52. * Rink 1— CuttlerV AValkfer;? ■' - JL'eiirse, Coop, . . . . . .25 Rink 2—Patterson, McPher- ,; ' son; Dr. Spence, Rev. Lee 27 Sheppar.ton 48. - Rink . .1—Treahy, Lanyon, V Anderson, Whitehead, .. 18 Rink 2—Matthe...

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DOOKIE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. Mr H. Pye, principal, Dookie Agricultural College, in his December report, remarks:— [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

DOOKIE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. Mr H. Pyc, principal, Do'okie Agricultural College, in his De cember report, .remarks:— ' In Iho. experimental fields I have looked through about 3000 or Ihe plots and selected plants for next season"s stud sowing:.' A little later on other selections will he made of tliose varieties nf wheat that show good hold ing powers of graih compatible with good harvesting qualities The slipping and 'winnowing of Ihe drilled plots have been com pleted. but the yields are not yet available. The highest yield of Ihe areas under an acre'was from a Yandilla"cross which gave a return at the rale of i7 1-3 bushels per acre. Of the barleys the highest yields ts Dookie Cape Selected, which gave a re turn of 50 bushels -'i5lbs. per acre. Of the Iwo rowed mailing ,1'jtrleys Clarion's No. 8 and H ~r>7 gave returns of ii bushels ."libs, and ii bushels tilbs. re • rocl ively. 1. lie nest. wheaten nay ivturns from the plots Were oJj liiined from Warden \vit|i 2 1;'MS 7 cwt. ...

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NUMURKAH METHODIST CIRCUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

NUMURKAH METHODIST CIRCUIT.. The quarterly meeting of the Metnodist circuit was held on' Wednesday, January 7. There were between 20 and 30 office bearers presenl, representing the various churches in the circuit. The Rev. \V. T. Hialt, superintendent of the circuit pre sided, supported by the Revs. R. Yeo and T. D. Trueman." The income for the quarter was £171, being .£3 less than the expendi ture. Messrs W. Fowler and A. 13. Juffray were re-appointed.cir cuit stewards, and boJLh these gentlemen were appointed as lay representatives to the • forth coming conference, and Messrs Gleriny and Tyres as substitutes. It was decided to recommend to conference the Rev. S. J. Hoban for appointment as organising secretary of the centenary thanksgiving fund, the aim of which is to raise £100,000 during the centenary year.. Rev. H. 11. Williams, the organising sec retary ol' the Sunday school de partment, is to visit the Nuinur kah circuit on the 8lh and 10th of l-'ebruary. During the after noo...

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ROCHESTER WEIGHTS. The following are he weights for the Rochester Races to be held on Wednesday:— [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

ROCHESTER WEIGHTS. .The'following arc he weighls for the 'Rochester' Races' to he lielrl nil Wednesday:— Trial Handicap: Brewers' Crystal 9.5; Barrel, 8.5; .Gallee Maid, 8.4; Stella' Gay, 7.12; Bally Lyn. 7.12; .Miss Jean, 7.12; .Footbeat, 7.7; Sir Lachlan, 7.7; J.F-.L., 7.5; Buckanite, 7.0; Chest Key, 0.12; Sceptre, G.10; Bentfoot. 6.10. ' Hurdle Race: Admrial "Grand, 11.7; Yarrabrae," 10i7; Sir Colin, 10.0; Fleetline, 9.0. ' : - Rochester Handicap: Admiral Grand, 9.0; Mouseline, ; 8ri2; Bertha Maid, 8.11; Nujee, 8.9; Brewers'Crystal, 8.0: Brake speare, 8.4; Blank Cartridge, 8.2; Tinonec, 7:10; Reg, 7.8; Lucky Bean, 7.5. Flying Handicap: Mouseline, 9.0: Bertha Maid, 8.9; Nujee, 8.6; Galel, 8.2: Masher, 7.10; Lady Mercia, 7.5; Ashworth, 7.3; Bar rel,' 7.3; Lucky'Bean, 7.0; Stella Gay, 6.11; Baliy Lyn, 6.7: Sir Lachlan, 6.7: Echo, G.7; Qliest ICey, 6.7. '' Trot : llockfeller, Honest Dixiey Gwennie',' ahd O.G., scratch; Sir occo, Flora, Albert and Sonny,. 10 yards behind : IlowelL 20 ...

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MOOROOPNA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

MOOROOPNA HOSPITAL. ! The.monthly meeting of the' joard of management was held >n Wednesday .afternoon in the >oard-room; Mr J. F. Johnson, resident, in the chair. Member's Resignation. A letter was received from J, Gordon, M.L.A., tendering his re signation as a member of the i board, owing to Parliamentary duties.—To De asked to recon sider • the decision and six months' leave of absence gran ted. - The following donations were received and accepted with thanks:—National- Bank,' Shep parton, £2/2; British-Australian Tobacco Company, £1/1; G. Pat- ; ling, £1/; Estate, late Alfred Fel ton, £20; W. M'Clure Abernethy, .(tobacco)'; 4£30/6/10; Daunt Bros., 'toys; S. W. Furphy, Corop, £1/1; T. M'Cormack, Gooram, £1; per E. A. Muhlhan, ; Hushworth, £9; D.;Hickey, Drum-; anure, £1; late Sir William A. Zeal, per M. Grant and "Tuthill; £2/10; Mrs J.- Furphy, Gorop, £1: Patrick Deane, Wahring, £1 ■10s. ' Reports. The medical superintendent (Dr Florance) -reported:—1-Pa tients admitted f...

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TENNIS. NTH MOOROOPNA UNDERA [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

TENNIS. , . NTIL:MOOilOOPNA vV-UNDEKA ■ .A close and interesting tennis match, "was played on Wednes day afternoon aktUndera, be tween teams representing the above' named clubs,, which was won by North Mooroopna by one game.v Afternoon ton. was pro videdby the ladies and aii enjoy able tune was'spent;" It has been suggested thai the return match be played on . Wednesday 2,8th. Appended are the detailed scores Nth. . Mooroopna. - Undera. Miss Trotter aiVd Mrs Lannnin (Nthf M.), v. Davies and Warren (U) 17-11: Messrs Trotter and Keddrop (N.M.) v. Chas. Warren" and Tonkin, 3-6. 6;3, 6-3s Messrs Heddrop and Trotter (N.M.) v. R. and-.T.Warren (U), 6-3; R. and J. Warren (U), v. Thompson and Davies (N.M.)', 6-1, 0-3: Tonkin: and Warren (U) v". Thompson' and Davies (N.M.), 6-3. Total, North' Mooroopna. ■15 games; Undera, 'i-i games.

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HUGO'S NEW MINSTRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

HUGO'S NEW MINSTRELS, j A company styling itself i "Hugo's New Minstrels," appear-' ed in the Star Theatre on Friday night to a rather limited au dience. The chi.ef attractions it presented were the lightning, sketch act of .Amoldi and the juggling feats of the Arnoldis. The latter were a!mazingly clever The corner men were Alf. Locke aild Jim Leonard, with Miss Marie O'Rell as interlocutor. The following was the programme: Opening chorus, "Plantation Melodies," company; song, "Marching Home," Alf. Locke; ballad, When Trees shed Leaves, Marie O'Rell; violin solo, Irish Aii's, Atlruss Hughes; song, Running after Nancy, Alf. Locke; lightning sketch artist, Arnoldi; song, I kept on Walking, Bert Leslie; grand finale, Dixie Land, company. The second part in cluded turns by .Alf. Locke (comedian), Attruss Hughes (ragtime violinist), the Arnol dies (conjurors); Bert- Leslie (comedian). The production of a farce concluded the entertain- I ment. : The musical part of an excellent programme ...

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SPINELESS CACTUS TRIAL. CLOSE WATCH NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

SPINELESS CACTUS TRIAL. CLOSE WATCH NEEDED. An announcement by a now American settler that he intends to plant 011 his irrigation, allot ment near Rochester some spine less cactus imported from the United States has been 1'eceived witli mixed feelings. It is likely jthat the growth ol' the plant will 'be officially watched,-■ lest ' it ishould be allowed to revert to its wild state and become a noxious weed. Mr Elwood Mead, chairman of the Water Commission, slated that he could qu^te understand people being anxious, after ex perience that Australia has had with plants which were at first supposed to bo useful, and which were probably useful when em ployed to a limited extent.. • lie knew nothing of the pro posal beyond the intimation lie had seen in the press. The spine less' cactus was a fodder plant, but it would be a question whe ther the particular variety brought here was really spine less. Some of the fodder plants! had "whiskers."' The danger was of course, reversion to the w...

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WATER FROM CASEY'S WEIR. ALLEGATIONS OF WASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

WATER FROM CASEY'S WEIR. . 'ALLEGATIONS OF WASTEi An important letter was read, at Tuesday's meeting of the Nu inurkah Water Trust from the Water Commission, with refer ence to the water from Casey.'s weir. The communication set forth'thai the. attention of the trust is drawn to the excessive waste involved in the distribu tion of the water diverted from the Broken river by the free headwoks, and that the attend ion of the trust be drawn to the necessity' for either greatly im proving the water course now used or (which would appear the "belter plan) extending and im-' proving the system of distribu tion by channels. Improvements i urgently required, not only to provide for reasonable economy of water supply, but specially for the provision or supply to the several townships where the. storages are inadequate, to meet the requirements in cases of long suspension of water from the -head works.—The chairman | said reeds had been culjjo assist the flow, which cost them £15, but they^. ...

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PERIOD OF PARLIAMENT MEMBERS DISCUSS. SALARY INCREASE FAVORED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

PERIOD OF PARLIAMENT ' MEMBERS DISCUSS. ^ SALARY INCREASE FAVORED? Should the. Legislative Assem bly be elected for a longer period than three years? This question is being quietly discussed by members of "the Assembly in an informal way. Some are of the opinion that three years is too short a term; and that it should be extended to four years. . - Average duration of the Legis; lative Assembly is under three years. There were general elec tions in 1907, 1909 arid 1911; and there will be another appeal to the country not later than October of this year. While reluctant to express their views publicly, most mem bers favor an increase of salary from £300 to £400. . They say that the members of the New New South Wales Legislative As sembly are paid £500 a year each and that after the Bill authori sing an increase of £200 a year was passed, the country raised no objection. Nearly every mtfmber of the Assembly is of opinion that the1 provisions of the Constitution requiring re-election t...

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DOOKIE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 19 January 1914

DOOKIE It is not so very long that vig- nerons in this district were ex- periencing difficulty in ridding the vines of the Caterpillar pest. Now they are faced with the destruc- tive work of the starling. The grapes are ripening and thousands of the   birds are to be seen hovering over the vineyards. Each year the pest seems to be steadily increasing and it is reported they will in a very short time be as numerous as the sparrows. Precautions are being taken by fruit growers to endeavor by means of setting up scarecrows and the use of firearms to prevent the wilful destruction caused by the birds. At Mr C. E. Ludeman's vineyard, Wattville, myriads of these birds are making for the centre of the vines, as there the grapes are ripening quickly. * * • * The Rev J. B. and Mrs Taylor returned to Dookie on Friday, after an absence of eight weeks. Mr Taylor, who applied for leave on ac-   count of ill health, has improved and hopes to be able to resume his preachi...

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BULK HANDLING OF GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

BULK HANDLING OF GRAIN:. R'.issi.i .intends to insjal the bulk system of handling grain on a more extensive scalc than she has "hither to done. Tlic British Consul at. St; retersburjr points ouI. that Russia produces on an average 70,000,000 tons of cereals annually. In con scqueneo of the lack .pf proper or ganisation the Russian grain, commands a lower price. than any other trade, and also on account of the wheat, nolwitlisanding its high quality, too often containing a high percentage of foreign' grain. Russian •-e.morts a'so are noi; properly .equip1 ped :o deal with the immense ar rivals of grain for export, just afler •arvest *iK!0. It has now been re-. :!i?ed th.v !iie only method of deal ing with such large quantities of •*raiii is to follow the method set" -jy the United States, viz., to con -nrac a sufficient number of grain ulevators and gra varies.. In Kus.;ia until quite rccenlly, there were only G2 elevators, with an aggregate Ca -;i ci'y of 7,0 :0,000, besides numbers...

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RURAL PRODUCERS' ASSOCIATION. REASONS FOR DISBANDMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

RURAL PRODUCERS'- ASSOCIA— ■■■■■ tion. REASONS FOR DTSBAXDMENT. j , In-an article headed, <'Our -Po'si-j tion,i" which appeared in the Jan- ! , nary. number of "Monthly News '.vl (issued by the"'trustees of the Pro-;! ducers' Defence Fund) "the Case is ! very dearly ; put for disbandmonU •'The'-.: art iclg s in question •'• statesH I • Our action in (cfebanding lias boon the* subject' of comment in. many letters■ since Teceived by us, and in. no instance has the comment been adverse. Each and every-writer expressing his own or ■ his branch s opinion thinks we have done the very. best "thing, and the Execu-: tive feel no small scnge . of -grati-i flcation: at this approval; of; 'a*11-' • •action Iwhich was - taken iri: the full conviction that it might- meet; with 'disapprova1, /but' which;: they jnevoh theless felt fo be the/best course to pursue. To hand the: few- fhousi and members of our association—1 as an association—Hock and ' stock into the. hands of the union woul...

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RODNEY SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

sir RODNEY SKIRE COUKCIL j The montliiy meeting of the Rod ney Shire Council was held at Tat ura on Holiday, when there were present—Crs J, W. Wilson (pre-: •sident), D.. It M'Lennah,. J. Lil ford, •]>;• Parkr B.-.Pogiie, Wilson R. Stewart; and P. Mitchell ( Correspondence^ . * Kyabram ^Caiedoniaii Society, re questedA to have llth" March: pro claimed; a public holiday . through-) out • 'the" whole , shire, Uiat being the day;,of "their annual sports gatli cvins:.-—-The president thought it un desirable to grant holidays for.every .local gathering.—Cr D. Park agreed; It /would .be establishing a baa-pre cedeiit.^—i^liei jpresident remarked that tlie council had. already refused to grant a holiday to a , Church carnival being : held, at Tatura.—■■ Cr Lilford favored granting the re quest!. It was a. matter thai cffec-> ted the school. children.—Cr Poguc moved and Cr Park seconded, that -no''notion be taken." This was car ried- by. 4 votes to 3/. - . Public " Health ' depart...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

Pi-rrr poisokid whiat Tor Daati-oyln* Rata. Ida*, •narrow* and Parroti ate. It la tba only eartata and |«nQbM preparation. VaCu* all Imi tations t» ML Run 1/-1 v«U«w wukata: !/• >«i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

/' 3 :Vr, / WO J3 r.S3 - =" "sp <1 fT! ;~-l -'•V V'*:-"C'7rr^J? i H A i 3 /' • 1 • 1 ryt "*'> j| «k •'•*! v one quality muas— L he l>f^'-. g STOCKED BY JAMES FAUILEY, SHEPPARTON". J. P- McLENNHM'S Summer Sale issseuhsqbks ..STARTS.. 17th JANUARY, 1914. GREAT BARGAINS Are You Thinking of Getting a New SUIT ? SUCCESS IN LIFE Must be largely attributed to a Smart, Weil-dressed Appearance. We produce CLOTHES that embody character and refinement, QUALITY stands behind our TAILORING and creates the essentia strong first impression which helps a man to command that respect which is n cessarv for him to succeed. Procure one of these Fulhvalue Suits-=NOW ANH GET A FULL SEASON'S WEAR FROM IT. MITTON & GREEN The TAILORS with a reputation, WYNDHAM STRF.ET SHEPPARTON Mother of Pearl Bedstead Full double size, 2-inch posts, ivory v/hitc, heliotrope, green or black enamel. Mother of Pearl spindles at head and foot, two decorative mirrors, nickel or brass fittings—this is a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

POJI CBLDIW TOTKINQ. 'tan la nothing eqaal to KNUtOT'S •OOTH INQ POWDCK*. 1»(J irt • MLfr and certain r«ra«4r: V- pkta.; posted l/I ■tasua. XSBNOT. Chawilat OIlLONa AT LAST ! High-Class Swedish Separators available at Prices HITHERTO UNKNOWN Oar Introduction of the NEW MODEL "VEGA" has dealt a death-blow to Bxorbltan< Prices charted by our competitors. MAKE NO MISTAKE! The New Model "Vega" is no rough. eheaply-oon structed Separator It has NO SUPERIOR in quality, and In price there's nothing to approach It WE ASK all intending buyers to verity these statements and thus SAVE MONET, which 1s none too plentiful these times PRICES: IS call. £1 Mb » gaL. £7. a gaL. £10 10/- « gal.. £11 w Energetic Commission Agent* wanted throughout Victoria. Splendid rooortunitj ■mart Salesman. Wilt* now Department "C.P.," Buckeye Harvester Co «4 to U FRANCIS ST, MELBOURNE V ITADATIO nSSMANSNTLV CUSS* Hjrdltidt. Urertnd KMnejTrooblM Oil trie Ulcer*, Internal Orowthi ]Jt and S0 per bottle. Cha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

SATISFACTION IN CLOTHES YQU GET IT HERE AT ; ——-WARDROP'S Premier TailoringEstablish ment. SUITS full of character; suits that mark the wearer as a man most particular in maUors of dress, suoh are WARDROP'S TAILORED SUITS. | Our Ropvesentatiye (Mr. Syd. Tho^s) visits this district j every two months. WAROROP^The Quality SMITH ST- CQLLINQWOOD, JAS. FAIRLEYS' THE HOUSE FOR GOOD VALUE! All ORDERS BY MAIL Receive Prompt Attention. 3 w E. J. HARRIS* GREAT ANNUAL CLEAN SWEEP CLEAN SWEEP . SALE!. BALE! Saturday, Jan. 17. E. J. HARRIS, Largest & Cheapest CASH DRAPER, Telephone 49. Shepparton. TOYS AND DOLLS! CHEAT XMAS BARGAIN SALE! AT LYONS' STORE, HIGH STREET, SHEPPARTON. MUST 6LEHR BEFORE NEW YEAR COSTUMES, BLOUSES, SKIRTb, UNDERCLOTHING, MILLINERY, NECK-WEAR, See. MENS' MERCERY, HATS, TENNIS SHIRTS. ALL AT BARGAIN PRICES! The Best Gd and 1/ TOYS in the Trade. Special Value in our GROCERY Department for tbe Holiday#. T. K. LYONS, HIGH STREET, . . . SHEPPARTOK. There is always sat...

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LOCAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

LOCAL MARKET. Bdtteb (Helling) ... lOdgtols Egos (giving) J doz Bacon (giving) ... llu to Is Ham (giving) ... Is to Is 2d lb Wheat (giving) ... 3a *2£dbuBhel Chaff (selling) ... £3 5b ton Onions (soiling) ... 10s per cwt. ■ Potatoes (selling) now - 6s owt. Flour (selling) ... 15a bug ^ Bkan (soiling) .„ Is bus Pollard (selling) ... Is Id bus Caw Skiks igiving) 8d per lb ■Sheep SKiss'(giving) 5}d per lb Hide 'giving) ... 4idperlb llalf-iyearly general meeting of shareholders, Shepparton butter fac tory, will bo held a;t the Publlo Hall on January 31* af; 3^30 p.m.

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Shepparion Rews Published: Monday and Thursday Evening. THURSDAY. JANUARY 22. 1911. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

Published: Monday and Thursday Evening:.. THURSDAY. JANUARY 2'J. If! Where is all the onlIm.-i.s-tn llmt was displayed some uh. ago willi regard to public ,-\\mi ming; baths fur Shcppartoii. I'! 1 •» summer is well advanced an.I n thing has ireen done to j.r<.\j.;. the town willi I his necessarv inurement. Lack of iniii;, seems lo bo the cause «.r failure to bring this mall..; t.. a successful issue. Th« parton school committee mulir well follow the example <• :* i,.. Hyde street. Slate school. !•'<•■ ■«. cray, which has just i>r..vi-=.-,i a swimming- pond in the . : grounds. There are faeili' ■ here for" constructing Jms i: whicli do nol exist in Fool.-er;i\. A tine, permanent .stream tl<-v. through (he town, and it' other nieansisoirered.au am; supply could be drawn froni»i' river by pump or windmill keep public baths filled u, h clean wafer . How wa.i sun...,, achieved at Foutscray? Tie materials for the ball)-were plied, but Ihe wor...

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