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MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. Dalgety and Company Ltd., re port:—The second series of wool sales opened in Victoria dayport:—At the second series of wool sales opened in Victoria on Monday, Dalgetys offering a large and representative cata logue of sis thousand five hun dred tales, which included con signments from every State in Lhe Commonwealth. There was a large attendance of buyers, and compared with closing rates of jlirst series values generally are very firm, whilst medium and ooarse x breds are Ave per cent, higher, especially when suitable for America. Amerioa, Scot land and Yorkshire bought free ly The bulk of the wools came from the south-east of South Australia, Tasmania, and Wes tern Australia. New Zealand Loan and Mercan tile Agency Company Ltd., re port: We'held our first sale of the second series on Tuesday, when, in submitting some 6150 bales we brought forward an ex cellent selection of merinos and crossbreds. These, for the most part, were drawn from the Wes tern, Gippsla...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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CONCERNING PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

CONCERNING PEOPLE Mi- Elwood Mead, the chairman of the. Water Commission, will leave Melbourne on February, 5, to j'oiu the s.s. Sonoma, which leaves Syd ney on February. 7 lor San Francisco. It is his intention to obtain a Tele.asc if possible from his agreement to accept the professorship of rural in stitutions at the University, of "Cali fornia, in order that ho may be free to continue his work' in this States During his absence Mr W. Cat'tanach will be acijjig' chair-* man of the commissions Bislio]) James Moorehouse is S7 years of age and is living in re-; tirement at Pouiidisford Park. Six teen years ago he resigned the Bishopric of Manchester, but he is still vigorous, and receives many visitors from Australia- Prior to his last appointment he was Bishop of Melbourne for mjifciyl years,•• and there is no churchman bettor re* membered in Victoria than ho isj. He was esteemed by Anglicans and citizens of every denomination. James Carroll late of Yarroweyah bachelor, who died on...

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SHEPPARTON MARKETS. Tuesday, January 20th. Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

8HEPPART0N MARKETS. Tuesday, January 20th. Cattle. A moderate yarding of cattle forward to a limited attendance of buyers; market dull and drag gy, with prices equal to about late sales. It was difficult to sell and also to buy, as vendors are not prepared.to accept the figures offering. Tootal cattle yarded, 455 hoad, including 176 in the- fat pens, principally in different to medium quality; odd pens of quality heifers and cows, also a few good steers. There was no prime oxen forward. Quotations: Good cows, £6 12/6 £7 1/, £7 2/, and £7 3/; medium to £6 6/; indifferent quality sorts £3 10/ to £11 /; good steers, £7 1/, £7 3/, and £7 3/; medium do., £5 15/ to £6.7/6;. green steers, £4 10/ -to £5 7/6; good heifers, £6 10/ to £7 2/; medium do., £5 2/ to £5 17/6; light heifers, £3 10/ to £4 7/6; bulls for trucking 70/ to £5 7/6; veal ers from 24/ to 49/; odd beast to 55/. Store cattle—=100 head of steers and- bullocks, " good colors, even lines, forward con dition from 2i to 5 years, £...

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INFECTIOUS WARD. PLAN, ETC, SUBMITTED. ESTIMATE TO BE OBTAINED [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

INFECTIOUS WARD. PL AX, ETC, SUBMITTED. ESTIMATE TO BE OBTAINED , The question of erecting-a sep arate ward 10 accommodate infec tious case$ in connection with the -Mooroopua hospital was discussed at Uie last hospital- board' meet: ing". The Question Iiad been dis-j cussed lagt year, but nothing tier, finite had been decided upon, Dr Floranoe brouglit the matter forward on Wednesday and refer red to the necessity of an infcc-l tious ward'. It ivould be a good thing for the committee to go into the matter. He had had plans pre pared of an out-door infectious ward; containing about 12 beds. He had submitted these plans to the Board of Ilealth which had stated it fwouLd be suitable for the purpose). The president said they recog> nised the necessity, of an infectious, ward, but they had an' ovei'-i draft of over £2000 at present* Mr Iiarzcn thought that a gopd case could be made" for the treat ment of these cases and an appeal made to the Government and shires. Dr Florance said tha...

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MOOROOPNA HOSPITAL SPORTS PROFIT OF £110 [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

MOOROOPNA HOSPITAL SPORTS PKOEIT OF £110. ; V; • A meeting of the committee of llie recent hospital sports was -hold at: Moor0opna on Friday even ing \y)ian there were present: Mes srs 'At-. Clarke, (president) jj. A. liazley (lion, sec), Moden. W. Hill E.: Hawking, J. M'Loish,- P. Madi I pan, W. Phillips and W. J. ."Wilson. [ The balance sheet was read showing j a credit balance of £107 6s Od. It was adopted 011 the motion of the president and Mr Madigan„ It was decided! to hand over the balance to the hospital for the purcli.uso of a steriliser balance ;t'o go into general fund; the hospital commit tee to be asked to provide for the initial expenses in future. Hearty votes of thanks were passed to all who had assisted in making such a success, as "welL as [to 'the pre sident and secretary^ The following were nominated as life governors of the hospital: Sirs !Moaeii, Slesl Isrs Jltidigan and EJ. Hawking.

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THE MAKING OF HUMUS. MAINTAINING SOIL FERTILITY [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

THE MAKING OF HUMUS. MAINTAINING SOIL FERTILITY There is not a more important mailer for those who would keep up the fertility and efficien cy of his soil than the conser vation of the decayed vegetable matter in the soil called humus. Wc know one thing for certain and that is that the original wheal, growing lands of Austra lia were productive with humus and filled with the potash de posited there from burning grass for ages.. It is noticed that these soils by long cultiva tion are losing their original darker color, and in proportion as that, change takes place so also are thef losing their power of crop production. "We havo noted a decided change," a prac tical correspondent writes, "Since our first operations in humus conservation. This has come through liberal applica tions of manure and the plough ing under of the fourth growth of lucerne, as well as its roots. The farm has more thaa doubl ed in its productive power in average seasons. It is true that we have used liberally of...

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THOUGHT IT WAS ABANDONED. CHARGES OF LARCENY. ARTICLES TAKEN TO BE RESTORED. CASES ADJOURNED FOR 14 DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

I THOUGHT IT WAS ABAN DONED. CHARGES OF LARCENY. •' ARTICLES TAKEN TO BE - RESTORED: CASES ADJOURNED FOR DAYS. 14 . 'In,.the.court of petty sessimis, on Tuesday, before Mr. R. Knight P.M., a young man named Walter Davis was charged with the lar ceny of an axle, the property of John T. Pullen, of Shepparton. Senior-constable Kennedy prose cuted. Mr. W. Mc Abernethy appeared for the accused. John Thomas Pullen, on oath, said: I had an old waggon on Raftery's Bend, Goulburn river. It was used for camping in by men who were cutting wood for me. " It. was so used up to the Christmas holidays.*-1 went there on the 5th instant'and found the back axle was gone, while the wheels Avere lying down beside the body of the. wagon. The axle in court is similar to Lhe one I lost." I valued it at £1 . It was a covcred-in waggonette.- . By Mr. Abernethy.: The waggonette had been at the "Bend" (which is a reserve) for about/six or seven months. ; I-paid £3 10/ for the turn-out^buying it in.the market ...

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SALES AT SHEPPARTON CORPORATION YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

SALES AT SHEPPARTON COR PORATION YARDS. 1 U* • PIGS" . ... JANUARY 26 SHEEP ... JANUARY 27 CATTLE ... FEBRUARY 3

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

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Akgt.iCaX - III Sunday alter Epiphany. Sunday -nearest Foundation Day ,-t. Augustine's, Shepparton, 8 u.m.. Holy Communion ; 11 a.m., Matins ami Ser mon, " National Ideals" (military p irudo of Squadron A. L. H , and official attend ance of shepparton Municipal Council); •7.30 p.m., Evensong and .Sermon, " Privi lego arid Responsibility" (members of Goulburo Valley Masonic Lodge will at tends " A11 Saints', Village - ettlement, o p.m. St. Peter's, -Aroitdia, 11 a.m., Matins and Sermon. Tallygaroopua, 11 a.m., St. John's; 3 p.m., Kataudra; 7.30 p.m.)St. Luke's — Rev. (j. a. Horner. Presbyterian.— Shepparton, 11 a.m.; -■•'heppartan Kstato, 7.30 p.m.— Rev. <;, Paul. Pine Lodge, 11 a.m.; Shepparton East, 3 p.m.; Shepparton, 7.30 p ni,—.Mr A. J. Kipper. Methodist. —Shepparton. 11 a.m., Mr J. Phillips; 7.30 p ui., Rev. W. Millikun. Mooroopna, 11 a.m., .Mr Potts ; 7.30 p.m., Mr Phillips. Tallygaroupna, 3 p.m.. Mr Edwards; 7.30 p.m., MrOraham. Ctiiii an)bo, 2.30 ...

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

AUCTION SALES TO COME. A USEFUL SUMMARY, Saturday, January 24. . W. McTier's Furniture Sale, Tatura. John Phipps's Land Sale. Monday, January 26. Barmali Stock Sale. ( Mooroopna Horse Sale. Shepparton Pis Sal'e. Murcliison Slock Sale. E. Gollins's Clearing Sale, Gir garee. Tuesday, January 27. Kyabram Cattle Sale. Shepparton Sheep Sale. R. Ferrari's, jun. Clearing Sale at KoLupna. Numurkah: Campbell & Co. s pig and Poultry Sale. Wednesday, January 28. E. \. Hamblin's Clearing Sale, Kyabram. Thursday, January 29. Tatura Slock Sale Tallygaroopna Stock Sale. Friday, January 30. Mrs Gephart's Clearing Sale, Barwo. TaLura Horse Sale. Saturday, January 31. Tatura Pig Sale. In February. Sale of Irrigable Blocks near Sliepparton. Monday, February 2. Kathalia Pig Sale. R. Pethybriuge's Clearing Sale, at Arcadia. Dookie Stock Sale. Yarrawonga Pig Sale. Tuesday, February 3. Sliepparton Cattle Sale. G. At. Thomas's Clearing Sale, aL Kotupua. Wednesday, February . 4. W. Bean's Clearing S...

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LONDON FOG TROUBLESOME PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

LONDON FOG i ■ ■. . i ; troublesome problem. -' The tog In London the other day (says the "Daily News") was an un pleasant reminder that the city is still far from having .Its fair share of day light and fresh air. In the last twenty years there has been a surprising Improvement, the average number of foggy days In the ' winter having been reduced from 80 to 10, and the hours of bright sunshine increased from 65 to 93, but there is still the deplorable fact that London in the winter can be a more depressing . and dirty place than any other city in' the world. In spite of the encouraging advance there are still too many days when the Londoner has to'go-about his business with tingling eyes and choked • lungs, and has to turn on the light when the pun should be shining through the win dow. • "Whether London will ever be en tirely free from fog is very doubtful. The probability seems to be that there will always be fogs,, but that they gradually become less frequent and less black, til...

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AFTER HARVEST CROPPING EARLY FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

AFTER HARVEST OROPPING EARLY FODDER. With regard to what to sow as. soon after harvest as possi ble for green stuff forms the subject of a letter by a Manning River (N.S.W.) correspondent: "For a couple of years we tried Allora spring wheat, but found thai it became badly affected by rust. For experimental purposes small, quantities of seed of em erald rye, skinless barley and golden giant oats were tried. The ai'ea chosen for the trial consisted of dark chocolate soil 3 to i feet in depth, and of a loose nature. It had been prev iously cropped .with maize, re turning from 60 to 80 bushels per acre without manure. The soil was prepared by ploughing and disc harrowing. Seed was sown at the rate of I bushel per acre towards the end of April and in ten days after sowing the plants were well up. The season was very favorable up to end of I July; thence until harvest rains were very frequent.. The emerald rye atLained a height of fully 6 feel. It tillered well, and the growth and charact...

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WHISTLER'S HONESTY OBJECTION TO "FAKE." [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

' WHISTLER'S HONESTY '* OBJECTION TO "PAKE." "I'll- have a clean plate," said Whist ler to Sir Frank Short, the distin guished painter-etcher, now President of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Professor of Engraving in the Royal College of Arts, on whose press some of the finest etchings of the fa mous "Thames set" were printed. "What -was good enough for Rem brandt is good enough for me," Whistler added. "I'll have my line as 1 made It" The reference was to the "smudge" effect which was obtained in engraving prints by leaving ink on the plate. The preference for "a clean plate" was characteristic of the great artist's implacable honesty. Sir Frank told his story in the course of his lec ture on "Etching and Engraving" at the "Victoria and Albert Museum last night (says "The Westminster Ga zette" of November 28). Rembrandt's work, the lecturer said, contained the whole gamut of etching, and was still, and would remain, the great landmark of the art.

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IRRIGATION SETTLEMENTS. QUESTION OF PERMANENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

IRRIGATION SETTLEMENTS. QUESTION OF PERMANENCY. Concluding an interesting series of articles on this subject "Yarram," in the 'Weekly Times' remarks:— In conclusion, one might rea sonably ask (1)- Are the 1200 settlers already established going to make good? (2) Are the different settlements perma nent? (3) What influence are the settlers going to have on the State? ' It is certain that a sub stantial percentage of the irriga tionisl.s must make money out of the business if they maintain their present enthusiasm and in dustry. They have already successfully negotiated the most trying period in the development of their farms, and are making cases which will stand out in striking contrast with their sur roundings. P.ossibly numbers of them will'sell their holdings when it is competent for them to do so, and will embark their increased capital on biggar areas. If their places are taken by others, as they must be, the i irrigation movement will not suf fer; it will have been a useful .s...

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

TWO WOMEN. From Mrs. M. Darcy, 163 St. Leonard's-road, Ascot Vale, Vic toria. " Some years ago, I began to suf fer from various liver and kidney troubles, arising no doubt from a severe cold I contracted about that time, and which nearly prostrated me. From thence on I experienced acute pain in the back and sides, and under the shoulder blades. The slightest pressure on the liver would cause me intense pain. I suffered like this for : a long while without any prospect of relief, I having tried so many re medies without avail. As a last re source I decided to try a co.urse of Warner's Safe Cure, which had been highly recommended to me by friends who had derived great benefit from taking the medicine. After taking a few bottles of Warner's Safe Cure my health improved rapidly, and I was soon effectually cured and free from all the pain and discomfort which has assailed me for so many years." From Mrs. Eva Sharrer, 24 Hanover street, Windsor, Vic. " Some years ago I was taken with viol...

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

OPPOSING FORCES*' ! " Why don't they use Lux ?" A little boy said, As he tried to draw His shirt o'er his head. Whilst I grow bigger, My shirt is shrinking, And the opposing forces, I am much thinking Will end in disaster To that shrinking shirt. I can't shrink to suit A shirt shrunken short I I must have room to grow— While my shirt says, no. The shirt must suffer, If it still acts so. But the shirt needn't shrink, And I may still grow— For Lux is made to wash * Woollens, white as snow Without any shrinking, Soft as eiderdown. Lux is sold in packets, Everywhere in town. Twopence is the price, And the price is low, If Lux'U give me room, In my shirt to grow. Why do they do it ? If they'd only think To wash wool with Lux, Woollens will not shrink. Won't Shrink Woollens. Lavcr Brtthtn Limited, Sydnay. * ■ Mrs Wilson: It has come to this, John Wilson—that I'm obliged to tell you tnat you arc the meanest and most selfish man I over Knew in my life. Mr Wilson: Now, thats rich, Selina, I ...

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COURT IN TEARS TOUCHING APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

COURT IN TEARS • TOUCHING APPEAL. With the whole court, including tho Jury, counsel, and the prisoner in tears, Mme. Poeckes was yesterday acquitted of the murder of her husband, whom she was accused of having shot (writes the Paris correspondent of the "Daily Mall" of December 1). Her counsel made an impassioned speech. He de fended her from the charge of cynical indifference. She was frozen with grief, he declared. "There are some flowers," he added, "which open only at twilight, but they are none the less sweet for that." Depicting the grief which would have afflicted the dead man had he known that his wife would be charged with his death and the shame which would be the heritage of the prisoner's two young children were she condemned, he concluded with the words, "I beg for mercy in the name of the two babes— mercy in the name of the cradle." This stirring harargue successfully swayed the minds of the jury.

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LINES OF ADVICE, [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914

- LINES QF ADVIOE, Always go to a ;tradesman, when you want to buy iynur hoots; Who knows tlie people s wants and keeps goods' that ahvays suit; i If at times they do not Satisfy, I'm sure ho will rectify,; ; It's money in your pocket if H;. Marshall's boots you 'iryj,. Opposite Slieippi-irtori '!NpWs." At the A.?i.A. fortnightly'moot ing .on Tuesday night a challenge from the Tatura brunch to Are a miniature rjfle match on Tues day, March 3, was accepted.

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

Prentlee-stM East 8t Kllda. September 2, 1915. Ifr. Brln.—I. a mother of eleven cfcll Ir^n. write to belt) if possible hard-work 'ne mothers who have voting children at tending school. T think vou should make Vnown vour Pedlr Pomad* for the head. Tts effect Is miraculous. My elrls attend the Windsor Convent School, and their h*ads have he»n shown as an example if eood. the effect of Pedlc Pomade. In lustlce to mothers who. unfortunately, bave to co out worklne It should he nore eenerally known. T eive you with v heart and a half permission to make my us# you wish of this letter.—Tours. *tc.. fMrs.l AUC5 O'CAliIiAGHAN. P»dlf» Pomade for the head dpstroya Vermin and Nits: Is sold bv all Chemists %nd SfnrA*. or poqted by »T. Brln. Chemist. Malvern. V.. 1/2. 2/3 and S/9: with vrit Pomb. 6d. extra POULTRY FOR EXPORT. All Classes wanted. - We buy by live -weight. Crates lent. Vo Commission or Cartage Charged. Chickens. Ducklings 7d. Old Fowls 'roro 2/S to 5/- pair, any breeds. DAVID HYLAN...

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