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BOWLS. G.Y. ASSOCIATION. SHEPPARTON BEATS SEYMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914
BOWLS. G.Y. ASSOCIATION. V SHEPPARTON BEATS SEYMQUR.' ' A be.tter illustration of the "ups and downs" of bowls could not have iicen given than during Iho match played, on the local green yesterday between Shep parton and Seymour. The curator. Mr. B. O'Hare, had got the green in as good order as it...'could possibly be presented, arid an interesting game ensued. During, the first three ends Sey mour prevailed strongly, and it looked as.though the home team had not, a possible hope." Then Shepparton came away with a rush, and won comfortably .by nine points. The. different stages will give some idea of the ex traordinary fluctuations of the game. ' At the ilfth end the points were: SheppartoirG, Sey mour 11at the tenth end, Shep parton: 1 i, Seymour 22; at the 15th end, Shepparton, 19, Sey mour 33; at the 20th end- Shep parton 39, Seymour 34; at the .2.5th end- '(final) ^Shepparton 52, Seymour; - 43. rDuring; the match-the-visitors were-suitably entertained, and at the close the usual...
DUCHESS IN DICKENS' LAND [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914
DUCHESS IX DXCKEXS' IiAND I The Duchess of Marlborough visited tlie Field-lane Ragged Mission School. Clerkenwell. yesterday (says the "Daily News" of November 14). and opened the Industrial Exhibition. There is to he seen th'e original Dickens letters to Mr P. R. Starey. first treasurer of Field-lane Ragged Schools. It is in teresting to recall that, speaking at the thirty-third annual meeting ,of the schools. George Cruiksliank said: "One reason for my suggesting: the story of Oliver Twist to the late Charles Dick ens was my knowledge of Field-lane." The Duchess said yesterday that in the slums people could discover the fundamental impulse towards social service which existed in every one of ™ I
CHURCHES' CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914
CHURCHES' CRICKET ASSOCIA TION. - A' meeting of the Shepparton Dis trict Ci.'C.A. was .held, at the Mechanics' Institute '' on Tuesday evening' when the follow-, ing. representatives'' were presents Messrs "VVy 1'- ;Milno (president) A Date, H. Tidier (Church" 'of Eng land). J. M. Davis, J. M'Causland) (Presbyterian). Geo. Graham (Mcth odist) and the secretary (Mr Wi. Al M'Kinnon). : The secretary of the association ceivecr word by telephone tchday (Thursday) to' the effect that .the AVuiighnu club would accept .the invitation aiid arrive in Sheppar. ton. by -train 011 Monday morning!. A. Match on Foundation Dayi A letter was read from the "Wun-i glinu Cricket Club (Aj C. Jeffrey,! secretary), asking for a match to bo . I'l&yec- at Shepparion on Mon-i day, 2(5th January, between a club eleven or. an eleven selected by the association and the "Wunghnu. team, The latter not having yet been de feated were>anxiou8 to try con clusions with other teams outside its own competiti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914
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STATE PARLIAMENT GOULBURN VALLEY ELECTORATE. DEALING WITH THE PROSPECTIVE VACANCY. SEVEN NOMINATIONS. ELECTION ON JUNE 2. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914
STATE PARLIAMENT GOULBURN VALLEY ELECTORATE. ' DEALING WITH THE PROS PECTIVE VACANCY. SEVEN NOMINATIONS. ELECTION ON JUNE 2. Of more than ordinary interest was the meeting of delegates of the People's Party and Austra lian Women's National League held on Wednesday afternoon at lodge room of the Star Theatre. The object of the gathering was specially to make arrangements for the seven gentlemen who have nominated for the Goul burn Valley seat to be vacated at the general elections this year by the hon. Geo. Graham, to ad dress meetings at stated places. The delegates comprised what is known as the Stale electorate committee for the Goulburn Val ley seat. The ^following repre-. sentatives were present- of the People's Party and the Aiistra-r lian Women's National League: \ Shepparton: Messrs J. Suther land and F. H. Cooper. St'rathmerton: Mr. J. S. Mor timer. Barmah East: Cr. J. Ross and Mr. R. J. Evans. Tallygaroopna; Mr. J. E. Trewin. " Kalamalite: Mr. G. Burgess. Katandra: Mr. E. Q...
SPORTING. DOOKIE RACES. The following entries have been received for the above races to be held on Wednesday next:— [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914
SPORTING. DOOIUE RACES. The following entries have been received for the above races to be held on Wednesday next:— Hurdle race—The Result,-Au cona Boy, Pirate, Mallet. Ard mona, Aramain, Aulic, Allara, Dismal. Dookie Handicap—Port Louie. Lady Mona, Prialine, Admiral Grand, Argold, Masquerader, Aramain, Allaia, Galeta, Wilder ricss-Maid, Harlech, Crimson Line. v Pony Race—Auburn Lad, Echo Lady Argyle, Gimpop, Royal Shot, Josephine, Marvis Lee, Keepsake, Mountain Dew, Jewel, Maggie Crimson Line, NhillLass, Preinarvel, Gentle Annie'. Novelty Pony—Posey, Eclio, Lady. Argyle, Piland Cream, Un known, Coogee, Clare, Mystery, Glenvale, Little Sam, Royal Shot, Mountain Dew, Jewel, A.L.M., Lady Preniarvel, Nhill Lass,. . Trial Stakes—Renamed,- Au burn Lad, . Port Louie; Single, Trepid, Byock.Wheppa.Waipi, Masquerader, Noncover, Galeta, FoVt Kent,. Ilogan's: Ghost, Mo Dear, Black Flora, Loombex. Cosgfove Handicap—Renamed, Auburn Lad; Port Louie, Single, Flew, Lady Argyle, Lady Mona, Prialine,...
SPORTING NOTES, [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914
SPORTING NOTES, ' Cop port op, who has raced ex tensively on metropolitan courses": ran\badly in the nine furlongs event at Fitzroy on Mondays The stipen diary stewards afterwards intimat' cd to the secrolni'y (hat lie nomiii-i ntion of Coppertop was in fulure to be declinedl ■Apparently all is not well -wiflx the three-year-old Diva's Isle as he has been withdraw^ from both the A&J.C. and V.B,C, St Legers and the Australian and Sydney Gups In view of his third in the last Melbourne Cup, Ulva's Isle would have been one of tlic popular se lections for the Australian Cup and Sydney CuM- > ! : ' At a meeting on Monday ftight after reading a letter from' .the Chiej Inspector of Factories,, the Traders; and, Storekeepers' Association d&lt;i: cided to closq all day on Monday next. January 26. (Foundation D^y). Members of tlic association will_also close at 12 noo'i (as usual) ion -TVedv nesday .next, January 28. -
CRICKET. Churches Cricket Association. A Decisive Win [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914
: : CRfCKET. Churches' Cricket Association. A Decisive Win ' 1S\> 175 runs Church :of. England scored a win over the Presbyter-i ians yesterday aftdrnoon on the re creation reserve-. This was largely due to the fine batting of Dateg Fewstor, Byass, Palmer arid Shawe and the destructive bowling- of Pal mer and Date for tlie winners,. Ap pended are the scores; . - : ;-Ch«ych..of -England.- Byass,, c' L. Daisli, b Baud 29; Fewster, b "Ste'veuson, 49'; Palnier, b . Carroll 25;" Hj. Fidler, c and ' b Baud,' 0; G.. Shawe, b Davey, 17; Date, not out, SO; Bailey, b Stevenson, 9; Nodruin. c Stevenson, b Baud, 11; Sutclid'e; b Davey, 4; Barnard, ruxi out 4; Beattie, run out,, 0; sun: dries, 2; total. 230, Bowling av-t erages: At Carroll, 1. for 47;' Stev enson^ 2 for 57; Baii& 3 for (32, Hi Clydesdale, 0 for 16; Davie, 2 for 21; :Pan3, 0 for 20. I . i 'Presbyterians: Davie, c ' Beattie, b Piilmeiy 22; Itevel, b Date, 3; Stevenson, c Nodriun, b Palmer, 16; Oarroll b Date. 1; Baud, b...
KYABRAM WEIGHTS. Friday, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914
- KYABRAM WEIGHTS. ' Friday, January 23. . Kyabram Handicap. Nine fur longs Avoyer 9.0; Admiral Grand 8.10; Nujee 8.5; Blank Cartridge 7.12; Desert Lad 7.7; Goldmount 7.5; Maidland 6.7. " / Bracelet. Five furlongs Famie 9.0; Galeta 8.3; Lady Mona 8.2; Masher 7.11; Waipa 7.10; Prialine 7.8; Beninong 7.6; Ashworth .7.4; Black- Flora 7.4; Chester Mac 7.0; Lady Ky,7.0; Echo, 6.10; Prince Gallee 6.10. ■ Trot. One mile and a half— Rockfeller, Happy- Harry, "Lady M,, Pretty Me, scratch; Brooklyn jun., Sport lluon, Huon, jun., Sonny, Albert, 40 yards behind; Ilowell 00 yards behind; Bugle Boy 70 yards behind; Fox 110 yards behind: Jackie Mitchell 130 yards behind. Welter race. Six furlongs.— Bertha Maid 10.9; Nujee 10.5; Lady Mona 10.0; Blank Cartridge 9.9; Goldmount 9.3"; Prialine 9.0; Black Flora S. I I ; Aramaih 8.7; ■Maidland 8.5: Aulie.8.0: Chester Mac 8.0. . ' ; Pony race. Four, furlongs.—• Gallee Maid, 9.9; Premaryel, 8.9; Brown Jack 8.2; Josephine 8.0; Echo 7.12; Little Tain 7.10; G...
LETTERS TO M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914
LETTERS TO M.P. Walter Tyler, aged 66, at one time an inspector of weights and measures under the Middlesex County Council, pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey yes terday to writing and publishing libels against Mr "W. S. Glyn-Jones, M.P., for Stepney (reports the "Dally News" of November 14). It was explained by Mr Muir, for the prosecution, that on Ootober 22, 1903. the County Council, in consequence of a report by a sub-committee signed by Mr Glyn-Jones, dismissed Tyler, who subsequently wrote to the prosecutor asking him to get him employment in some capacity. I/ast July, said counsel, a letter, of which the prisoner admits he was the author, was received by Mr Glyn-Jones. It was addressed to him at the House of Commons, and re-dlrected to his private house. It purported to come from some girl, and accused Mr Glyn Jones of being the father of her child. Money was demanded. Altogether there were eleven letters, all in the same handwriting, and they were sent in open envelopes. Of co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914
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PASTOR'S LESSON CONGREGATION ARRIVES LATE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914
PASTOR'S IESSON CONGREGATION ARRIVES LATE * - v . . The Rev. J. T. East, pastor of the "Wesleyan Chapel at Neath, South "Wales, dismissed his congregation on Sunday because some of them had pre ferred to stay and watch the mayoral procession rather than be punctual at service (says the "Dally News" of No vember 25). The pastor was in the middle of reading the First Lesson, when a "dis turbance" was caused by the entry of a considerable numbet- of members and regular attendants, who had waited to see the end of the mayoral procession. The pastor held up his hand and ex claimed: "Kindly keep those people back until the reading of the lesson Is concluded." No notice was taken of the request, and, after repeating it, Mr East closed the Book, pronounced the Benediction, and descended from the pulpit. Interviewed by a "Daily News" re presentative, Mr East said: "My pro test was against the irreverence of my own people. They came in in fifteens | and twenties, and interrupted the read ing ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914
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KILLED BY "GOOD-NIGHT" [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914
KTLIjED BY "GOOD-NIGHT" The fact that a passing pedestrian said "Good-night, master," to Mr John Norrish, a horse trainer, of Cherlton Fitzpaine, Devon, who was driving a trap with a young colt along the Exe Valley on a dark night, was given at a Tiverton inquest as the cause of the animal bolting, with fatal results to George Pellew Arthurs, the other oc cupant. It was stated that the trap was dashed against a wall, both men being thrown out. Arthurs died of septic meningitis.
DOCTOR AND LAW REMARKS BY JURY [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914
DOCTOR AND LAW REMARKS BY JURY Strong remarks on the conduct o£ an Exeter doctor were made yesterday by jurymen at an Inquest on a man named Thomas Humphreys, who died from col lapse after eating indigestible food (says the "Daily News" of November 14). Humphreys's son said he went to fetch Dr. Black on Wednesday morn ing. He told the servant to tell Dr. Black that his father was very ill, and that his mother would pay him when he came. The servant, he said, re turned and asked if the father was in sured. Being- told that ho was, he again returned and said: "The doctor says if your father is insured you must not disturb him again." Humphreys then fetched Dr. Atkins, but when he arrived his father was dead. Mr M. Browning (a juror): Don't you think Dr. Black was out of order in re fusing to attend a case of life itnd death? The Coroner: We have not Dr. Black here, but the law is that a doctor is not bound to go. But we may think what we like about a doctor who refuses to attend when ...
SAFETY OF RAILWAYS EXPERT VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914
SAFETY OF RAILWAYS EXPERT VIEW. The precautions against train wrecks set forth by Major Pringle in his re port on the AisgiU catastrophe, and his suggestions for minimising loss o£ life in any future accident, were ensured in advance of careful and critical public, examination. Mr J. P. Galrns, of the "Railway Magazine," said yesterday (says the "Dally News" of November 27) that there was a growing tendency to use steel underframes, and a considerable proportion of the rolling stock of the important British railways was already so fitted. Shock absorbing buffers were already used on the District to some extent, and were receiving the attention of railway managers throughout the country. In America they were In much more general use, and further introduc tion here is probable. Of course, he said, the force of a col lision has to be distributed somehow. If the carriages mount the frame the superstructure takes the force, but if the frame itself has to stand all the shock, the effects ...
TANGO'S IDEAD STEPS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 22 January 1914
TANGO'S IDEAJD STEPS An effort to standardise the infinite variety of steps of the Tango, the new dance which has conquered London, is being made by the new Princess1 Tango Club. The six ideal steps out of the 200 of the dance—el paseo (the walk), el corte (the waltz-step), the scissors, tho half-moon, the parade, and el vetjo (the variegated step)—were exhibited by Pete and Petita, from the London Opera House (says the "Dally Mall'';. Their rendering of the dance is that favored by Bayo, the Parisian teacher, reputed the master of the art. Among those present were Lord and Lady Ten terden, the Hon. Conyngham and Mrs Denison, Sir John Campbell and the Marques and Marqucsa de Sarzano. The club, which is a private one limited to 200 members, will hold weekly dances at Prince's.