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LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 February 1914
LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. 0 Batter (selling) lid, is ld Eggs (giving) 7Ad Cheese (selling), 103, 1s Bacon ,, is Id, ls 2d 11am ,, is 2d is 4d Wheal (giving) 3s 3}d Potatoes ,, 5 Onions ,, 10s 6d Bran ,, 1s bus. Chaff (selling) £3 53 Flour ,, 15s Pollard ,, is ld Calfskins (giving) 5d to 6d lb Sheepskins ,, 4} to 5. lb Bides ,, 4d 5d lb
YOUNG PEOPLE'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 February 1914
YOUNG PEOPLE'S DAY. Young People's Day was celebrated the other day at Shepparton by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The programme used throughout Australasia was uniform. The Scripture reading came from Proverbs iii, 1.26. The president of the Australian Conference, Pastor J. E. Fulton, covered the open. ing subject of The Responsibilities of the Hour." He referred to the in creased wickedness, more extensive pre paration for war, social unrest, strikes, disasters by sea and by land, which pro claimed the early coming of our Lord, But the greatest sign was the proclama. tion of the message of the Advent, found in Matthew xxiv, 14. "This gospel of tihe kingdo: t shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations, and then shall the end come." He said that this message, which a generation ago rose in obscurity, was then as the first rays of the morning sun, steadily the light has risen, till now its raidant glory casts it broeams over every continent and distant land...
KIALLA FARMER PROSECUTED. UNCUT THISTLES AND CONVICTION SUSPENDED. "NOT FAIR TO RATEPAYERS." [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 February 1914
KIALLA FARMER PRO SECUTED. UNCUT THISTLES AND CON. VICTION SUSPENDED. "NOT FAIR TO RATEPAYERS." James Drummond, thistle inspector, shire of Shepparton, proceeded against Joseph Timms, farmer, at the Police Court on Tuesday, for having neglectedl to cut the thistles on his property at Kialla. Messrs Jas Thorn and T N Muntz, J P's, were on the 3ench. Mr J Sutherland, shire solicitor prosecouted and Mr A C Tuthill defended. Mr Sutherland having briefly stated the fac!s of the case, called James Drummond, who said that on October 25th, he visited the defendant's land, and found saffron and star thistles grow ing on his half of the adjoining road. On December 18,h he again visited the place, and seeing thistles still growing there served a notice on the defendant. His third visit was on January 14th, when he found some saffcon thistle growing on defendant's half of the adjoining road, while the star thistle had been left untouched. In cross-examination witness said he was thistle inspect...
INDIANS IN NATAL ONLY COURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 February 1914
INDIANS IN NATAL ONLY COURSE. Replying to an address to-day from the Mahajana Sabha (Indian Mercantile Association) and the Madras Provin cial Congress Committee, Lord liar dingo the Viceroy (according to Rou ter's Madras correspondent in the "Daily News" of November 27), said: The position of Indians in South Africa has for some years past received the most anxious consideration of the Indian Government, which is doing all in its power to ensure them fair treat ment. The Union Act of which you complain has in practice the effect of putting a stop to Asiatic emigration to South Africa, although it does not discrimin ate in so many words against Asiatics. We, however, succeeded in securing the privilege of entry for a limited number of educated Indians annually. We also specially endeavored to secure as favorable terms as possible for the Indians already resident in the Union, and our efforts resulted in the inclusion of provisions for the right of appeal to the courts on points of l...
FATAL FALL FROM SWING BOAT. WHILST AT THE CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 February 1914
FATAL FALL. FROM BSWING BOAT. WHILST AT THE CARNIVAL About 5 p.m yesterday at the Sheop parton Carnival, Herbert Victor Dun. can, a lad, fell out of a swing-boat, and his condition being very serious Dr J M'Kenna, whc was on the grounds, was apprised of the eircumstance. He went up, and finding that the lad was suffer. intg from fracture of the base of the skull, advised his removal to the Moo roopna Hospital, holding out but faint hope for his recovery. The ambulance was sent for, and the sufferer, at the re quest of his parents, was conveyed toDr Gaze's private hospital, where he died last night, without having regained con Sciousness. At the police station this forenoon, Mr A Whitehead, J.P., Deputy Coroe ner, held an inquest, when William Duncan, farmer, of Karramomus, iden tified deceased as his son, aged 16. He had never known him to have any ill ness. Dr W H Gz3 said he saw the de ceased at 6 p.m on Wednesday when brought to his private hospital, Nixon. otreet. Deceased yas u...
MELBOURNE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 February 1914
MELBOURNE MARKETS FAT SHEr,-26.?600 yarded. Prime crossbred wethers, 18s to 20a; extra do, 21s to 2os 9d; good do, 16s 6d to 17s 9d; second do, from 15s; primo crossbred ewes, 153 Gd to 16s Gd; extra do, 17s 6d to20e; good do, 1l3 to 14s 9d; second and inferior, from 10s; prime merino wethers, 17s to 18s 63; extra do, "18 9d to 20s 3d, with selected pens to 221 6: good do, 14s to 163; second do, 12s 6d to 13s 9d; inferior, from lie Gd6; with merino owes Ga to 17s. FAT LAms.-20,000 wore penned. Prime 13s 6d to 15s 6d: extra, 16s to 17s, with selected pens 17s Gd to 1s9d; good sold lie 9d to 13s; second, 10s 6d to 1is 6d, few small less, FAT CATTLE.-2980 yarded. Prime pens £11 to £12 5s; extra do, £12 10l to £13 5s; odd boasts, to £14 12s 6d; good do, £9 to £10 10s: good light and handy weights, £8 10s to £9 10s; second do, £7 to £8; inferior, from £6; boaest pens of cows £7 103 to £8 10; odd beasts, £9 to £10 12s 6d; good do, £6 to £7; second do, £4 15s to £5 103; inferior, from £3 1...
CHAIRMAN'S MOTOR CAR DIGNITY OF POSITION [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 February 1914
CHAIRMAN'S MOTOR CAR DIGNITY OF POSITION Surviving a steady fire of ridicule, the proposal of the Moderates to supply the chairman of the London County Council with an official motor-car was passed at a meeting of the Council yesterday (says "The Daily News" of December 17). The car is to be hired at a cost of £420 a year. It is to support the dig nity of the chairman's office and assist him to be received in "a fitting man ner" on ceremonial occasions. Mr Stanley Holmes, who moved the reference back of the proposal, won dered what the Moderate Party would .have said seven years ago if the Pro gressives had suggested the provision of such a car. "How they would have talked." he said, " of the 'Wastrels' ' Palace, to which the 'Wastrels'' chairman would drive in his 'Wastrels' ' motor-car." The General Purposes Committee sug gested that the chairman's car should be recognisable as such. " How was that to be done? inquired the critic. Were they to have a gorgeous car like the Lord May...
ART OF COOKING FLAVORINGS OF FLOWERS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 February 1914
ART OF COOKING FLAVORINGS OF FLOWERS Having attacked nearly every settled idea in art, music, poetry, and dress, the Futurists are now trying to under amine our tastes in food (says the "Daily News"). They begin their con spiracy by telling us flatly that for over four centuries there has not been a new dish invented. Mr Jules Manicave, the Futurist chef, who is responsible for this declaration, comes of cooking stock. His father and grandfather were chefs, and his brother is a chef. Mr Mlanicave accuses ordinary expo nents of the art of cooking to-day of having tied themselves to the fetish of bay-leaf, parsley, mint, thyme, and onions for flavorings, to the complete neglect of thle rose, the violet, the lily of the valley, the lilac, and the ver bena. "You cannot imagine what a chicken a la lily of the valley is like," he cries in ecstasy-but it sounds highly appe tilding. The Futurist chef has been advised by a doctor at Nice, where he is now cooking, to bring his new art to Eng ...
FIRES WITHOUT FLAMES [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 February 1914
FIRES WITHOUT FLAMES Apparatus that will help firemen to overcome difficulties of fighting "fire without flames" is to be introduced in London subject to the. approval of the County Council (says "The Daily Ex press). The Fire Brigade Committee propose the formation of two special corps of men who would devote practically all their time to maintaining and using smoke helmet apparatus. They suggest that the smoke helmets in use, which have not been very suc cessful, should be withdrawn, and that two motor appliances specially fitted for smoke helmet work be obtained, one to be placed at the chief station of the brigade and one at the Euston road station. "These are to be manned." add the committee, "by specially selected men." They suggest that the appliance should carry dynamos and portable searchlights, oxygen reviving appara tus, and electric fans for blowing air into places where dense smoke and poisonous gases exist.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 February 1914
HALF-YEARLY SURPLUS SALE HALFYEARLY SURPLUS SALE. oT .EiIcU L TUSS? S??U ARRTN 24th 19 14 whenA niiiT .. s~ppled h teyeatet SHOE L " AND AVOID THE U SH AT THE MILLER STORES, SHEPPARTON. .r.'_"ý'a's 'a "'.ýy '"' tý..~m .i.t"_'~ ~~"'f~frý,.R' ""cý.;" r' !.;m ?&lt;:foi: ...-" : "w".ý" i ."k:.,T''ý+..ý-ý""... RWE CO'S STARTS Saturday, January 17. Corner Wyndham and iigh Streets, Shepparton, SPRY'S SHOE STORES (Opposite Post Office, Shepparton. Boots! Boots! Boots! L At MELBOURNE FACTORY PRICES. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. Why pay Double Profit when we supply direct from the Factory Sat 20 per cent less thani any other lHouse ? CALL ON US AND SAVE MIDDLEMEN'S PROFIT. Every Pair made from Especially Selected Leather for Country Wear, and are Guaranteed all Solid Leather. THE LARGEST AND MOST UP-TO-DATE STOCK OF LADIES', GENT'S, AND 0HILDREN'S FOOTWEAR OUT OF MELBOURNE TO CHOOSE FROM, NOTE ;ADDRESS SPRY'S SHOE STORES, -SHEPPARTON .:: (Opposite;Post Office). J. WINNETT, Local...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 February 1914
For Sale. ACRE of LAND, Mason.street; big frontage, room for four cottages; fenced. To a spot.cash purchaser a low price will be quoted. Buy direct. Apply "THE ADVERTISER" Office. ACTUAL Melbourne Prices AT YOUR DOORs. S.A.P., Is 95per tin Arabic Roof White, 83 per case Hygiene Water Paint, sle 63 per packet Wallarino Water Paint, 45d per lb English Oil Paint, 65 per lb American Floor Varnish, 7s 6d per gal Machine Oil, cheap-Genuine Castor, 4e per gallon, in cases Fly Wire Doors and Windows, from 4s, made on the premises, guaranteed best value in Australia. Picture Molding, Ladders, Open air Rooms, Buillings of every description made to order. Garden Stakee, 4ft, ls 3d; 5ft, is 6d, 6ft, 2s per dozen SAVE MONEY. WRITE FOB LOWEST CASH PRICES. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, CAStH TIMBER YARDS, TELrPHO3a 18. SHEPPARBTON FOR SALE One.Fifth Cash, Balance on Easy Terms, The Following New and Well-built Pro perties, erected eight months ago, and all situated close into town, in good localities, ...
SALE FIXTURES FOR FEBRUARY & MARCH. Friday, February 13 [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 February 1914
SALE FIXTURES FOR FEBRUARY & MARCH. SFriday, Februay 13 Hugh M'Laren's Clearing Sale, Marungi Watts, Tarnboll and Co. : Tait's I Clearing Sale, Miepall Murchison East Stock Sale SSaturday, February 14 Land Sale (late J Ferguson), Shep parton M O'Shea's Land Sale, Arcadia At Shepparton-John Caldwell's 320 Acres, Kialla West Tatura Pig Sale Peck, Sons and Biggar and C Palling (in conj), at the rooms: Sale of Build ing Blocks in Humphries' (deceased) estate Monday, February 16 Isaac Jarvis's Clearing Sale, Central Shepparton Dookie Stock Sale Watts, Turubull and Co.: Devenish Stock Sale James Gunn's Clearing Sale, Katnuga Undera Stock Sale James Bros'. Clearing Sale, Wyuna Tuesday, February 17 Shepparton Cattle Sale Mrs Andrew Barren's Clearing Sale, Tcolamba Yarrawonga Sheep Sale John James' (lat:e) Clearing Sale, Narioka Wednesday, February 16 ALummis's Clearing Sale, Undera Watts, Turubull and Co.: Caniambs Stock Sale W H Hooper's Clearing Sale, Yielima Marungi Stock Sale Th...
A NEW EVENING WRAP. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 February 1914
A NEW EVENING WRAP. This is a very up-to-date design for an evening wrap, yet it is so simple that the most inexperienced home dressmaker can make it. The body of the wvrap is in two pieces only, without a seam under the arms. There is hardly an armhole, and there is cer tainly nothing to crush the frailest of frocks. The collar may have a deep square or rounding outline at the back, and may be of all-over lace or corded silk. The wrap may be made in faced cloth, velvet, charmeuse or ottoman silk. pM. Thorp and Co., sole agents, 191 Collins-street, Melbourne, have But terick's paper pattern 5715, in sizes from 32 to 44 inches bust measure. Price, 11d. posted.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE AT THE CORPORATION YARDS SHEPPARTON SHEEP MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 February 1914
COMMIERCIAL INTELLIGENCE AT THE CORPORATION YARDS SHEPPARTON SHEEP MARKET. Short yarding of sheep to moderate attendance of buyers. Total yarding 4854 head including 1191 in the fat pena. Fatsheep sales opened brisk and firm, but were lightly easier at the close. Good quality comeback wethers 15s 3d to 16s 3d,; merino wethers, good quality, 15s 41 to 163 10d; inferior quality sorts, 13s 9d to 14s 4d ; cross bred ewes, good quality, 14s 11d to 17s; medium quality do, 123 31 to 14s; merino ewes 103 lOd to 13s 5d; good lambs 14s 3d to 15s 7d; medium do, 12s 6d to 13i 21, small do, lOs 3d to lOs 9d Store sheep sale about equal to late sales difficult to quit at vendars reserve. Actual sales as follows :-86 crossbred wethers at 15s 831, 52 aged moerino ewes at 9s, 61 crossbred lambs at 12s, 161 merino and comeback ewes, 2-tooth at 15s lid; 177 merino owes, 5 and 6 years, 9s 7d ; 32 comeback wethers at 17s 6S ; 123 cross ewes rising, 4-tooth, at 17s 93 ; 18? aged merino wethers at 103 266...
RAPID LIFE NO TRUE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 February 1914
RAPID LIFE NO TRUE SOCIETY. Life has become extremely sensa tional and "rapid" on its outer surface; the women, who were the element cf "quietism" in the generation and generations which preceded ours, hav ing acquired a greater restlessness and a keener appetite for show and moveo ment than the mn. writes Mr H. W. Massingham in the "Daily News." Spiritual restlessness keeps pace with his physical instability. A cloud of new doctrines, expedients, remedies, enthus iasm, aspirations, and exhalations of the perturbed mind of the age fills the air. It is hard to keep men's minds on ends which they really desire; so ton fused is the intelligence, and .so per turbed the conscience, of the directing or the enjoying multitude. A certain superficiality and light heartedness characterise the philan thropies as well as the self-seeking of our times. Politics are becoming singu larly bitter in their expression and highly organised in their form: but t1e dividing lines of parties are not very w...
GERMAN UNEMPLOYED [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 February 1914
fiERMAN UNEMPLOYED According to the report of 16 of the larger trade unions, 3 per cent. of their members were unemployed at the end of November, the total being 51,303 (says the Berlin correspondent of "The Daily News.") This is again a considerable increase compared with October. At 309 public labor exchanges there were 219 male applicants per 100 vacancies, and 139 female. The number of members of the State Insurance Committees pay ing premiums-that is, men in work decreased by over 30,000 during the month. The serious condition of housing in the villages of Wurtemberg is shown by the report of the State housing in spectors for 1911-1912. During the pe riod under review 34,000 dwellings, or 7 per cent. of the total accommodation. in 1727 communities were challenged, and declared unfit for human habita, tion, overcrowding and insanitary con ditiops being the chief causes. It is stated that the conditions were much worse in country villages than in towns and cities. Uninhabitable a...
POTTED MUSIC TIME'S GREAT CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 February 1914
POTTED. MUSIC TIME'S GREAT CHANGE. Only a few years ago a piano was little more than a piece of furniture, says the "Atlantic Monthly." Sometimes the daughter of the house tinkled scales upon it, or a col legian son pounded out "Whistling Rufus," or the "Washington Post;" but for the most part it stood silent, majestic, like an inanimate footman, testifying with polished rosewood to the opulence and taste of its possessor. That is all changed now; pianos are no longer'silent; thanks to the perfor ated music-roll, they give tongue un ceasingly. To walk down a subur ban street on a summer's evening is to take an aural bath ih the history of music. Through the open windows of cottage after cottage float the com positions of Bach, Sousa, Chaminade, Chopin, Moszkowski, Wagner, Puccini, Lehar, and Ethelbert Nevin, all ming ling in one stunning pot-pourrl. One cannot make a simple after-dinner call without paying tribute to the player piano which is one's host's newest pride. To tell the t...
CYCLING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 February 1914
CYOLING EVENTS YOUTHS BICYCLE RACE, 1 mile O RThrefall, 20yds, 1; G H Lewis, scratch, 2; F Jordan, 10yds, 3. Six starters. A fine finish. Time, 2.28 S5ses -. FEDERAL BICYCLE RACE, 1 mile. First £7, second £2 10s, third 10s Firstheat-A J Davies, 50yds, 1; R G Woof, 80yds, 2. Six etarters. Davies soon caught the field, and won fairly easy. Time, 2.11-5 sees Second heat-J Keillor, 160yds, 1; R Ramm, 120yds, 8. Eight starters. Won comfortably by a wheel and half. Time 2min lsec Third heat-J F O Hazel, 90yds, 1; W Stevens, 10yds 2. Eight starters. Time, 2min 2 2 5sees. In this race A 0 M'Donnell fell heavily and was badly bruised and out; a piece of flesh being taken out of his left hip. He wai at tended to by Mr J Kendall, and Is now progressing favorably - Fourth heat-W T Bennett, 120yds, 1; E Bambridge, 160yds, 2. Six starters. Won by a wheel. Time, 1 min 50sees Fifth heat-O Southern, 100yds, 3; L Gosewenckel, 130yds, 2. Five starters. A good finish; won by a length. Tine, 2min 5seese...