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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914

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Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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THE GOULBURN VALLEY SEAT. THE PEOPLE' PARTY—AND THE CANDIDATES. (To the Editor of "The Advertiser.") [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914

THE GOULBURN VALLEY SEAT. THE PEOPLE' PARTY-AND THE CANDIDATES. (To the Editor of "The Advertiser.] Sla,--Now that a system of preferen tial voting is in force, as far as State electiohs are concerned, it would be in terestieg to know on what grounds the various Liberal organisations are arro gating to themselves the right to choose a candidate for the vacancy that will occur in this electorate at the forthoom ing elections. Before preferential votirg was introduced there was a danger of handing over the constituency to the the Opposition if the Liberal votes were split by more than two candidates going to the poll ; but under existing condi tibns it is impossible for candidates to be elected by a minority vote. At the present time sevep candidates have handed in their names to be selected or rejected by a comparatively small nam ber of electors who call themselves Libe rals, but who are really keepiog alive the worst elements of Party Government. Surely, any man :who desires to ser...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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[?]SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914

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MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE. AT SHEPPARTON TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914

MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE. AT SBEPPARTON TO-MORROW. In response to an invitation from Sbopparton Shire Oonncjl, representa tives from the Rodney, Deakin, Goal barn, Tungamsh, and Nomurkah shires will meet at the Shire Hall, Shepparton to-morrow (Toesday), to consider mat. ters in connection with the forthcoming visit of the Country Roads Board. The questions to be deliberated are 1 1, Con. sideration of what ecals should be termed main roads or through roads within our respective shires; and so far as possible defoe through roads for the adjoining shires, 2. Endeavor to have the freight on metal, gravel, and timber for road making purposes carried out at the lowest possible rate. 8 Board to assist to have provision made at railway stations for permanent sites for the deposit of road making materials, so as to facilitate the anfoad ing of same. 4. ]oard to assist (if possible), to have road-making materials deposited as near as pos sible on railwoy lines to the near eat point where requir...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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VIOLET TOWN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914

VIOLET TOWN SHIRE COUNCIL. Present Crs Forehaw (in the chair), Black, Henderson, Mitchell; M'Sbane, Wilseon, and Roache. The secretary read a number of letters to the Shire of Sheppartos in reference to Naliogabridge, dating back to Do. cember 8th, to which no replies had been received. The secretary explained that nothing could be done in the way of col. lection of grants from the department or land settlement with Mrs Martin effected until replies had been received from Shepparton. An urgent telegram had been forwarded to the secretary of the Shire of Shepparton on Thursday last, but no reply had been received. Or Black moved that the secretary write to the president and arrange for a meeting with the members of the Dookie riding, as it appeared impossible to get a reply to either letters or telegrams from the secretary of the Shepparton Council. Seeonded by Cr Henderson, and carried. From J. Plozza, asking for road Im. provements-Referred to estimates. Shire of Euros, re joint wo...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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THE RIVER TRAGEDY. NO EVIDENCE OF FOUL PLAY ADJOURNED INQUEST TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914

TEE RIVER TRAGEDY. NO EVIDENCE OF FOUL PLAY ADJOURNED INQUEST TO MORROW. S0 fir nothing has eventuated to jus tify the suspicion that any foul play was responsible for the drowning of Mar garet Anastasia Brown (alias Johnson), and her I6-year-old son, Frederick, in the river at the town. When the body of tbe woman was discovered by her husband floating on the surface of the stream at 7 a.m on Sa'nrday, 7th inst, and bruises were subsequently noticed on her face, some people thought it wee just possible that she may have cme by her death not merely accidentally. The local police, however, including Senlor nonstable Kennudy (in charge of 11h1 local force, elid formerly a detective, who voluntarily entered the uniform branch of the service), considered that the woman had most probably gone to the riverside for water between 12 noon and 1 p.m on Friday, the 6th inst, and slipped into the stream, in a part that was dangerous, and that her son, seeing her predicament, plunged in to her re...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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CONVENT GARDEN FETE THE PRINCIPAL PRIZEWINNERS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914

CONVENT GAEDEN FETE THE PRINCIPAL PRIZEWINNER The Conven Garden Fete jSi~ l to a successful close on Sat ,night, in the presence of a large ffud the public, with the Model d b to discourse a very ace e pro gramme. The drawing of prn rae. a great deal of interest, the at ments being admirably supervised by Mr J W Grace. Following are the principal winners: No 1, FANCY STALL (Mesdames Treahy and Daly): 3 Cushion, E Dainton; gent's travelling bag, Mr F M'Naugh tc.i; pair of turkeys, Miss N Maloney: gobbler, Mrs J Nugent; cushion, Mrs Herrick; box of tea, Mr J M'Menamin; cushion, Mr W 3J Tynan; tray cloth, Mrs Halpin; fire screen, Mrs T Leahy; sacred picture, Mrs Bexton ; bedroom suite of furniture, Mrs R Tyndall: sup per cloth, also table centreuMrs Muntz; table cover, Mrs D Treahy. No 2, FANcY STALL (Misses Grace, Collins and O'Oonnell) - Bridle, Mr O'Keefe; gent's umbrella, Mr H Pinner; painting, Mr W Dalnton; set of double harness, Mr J Kerrins; gent's tie pin, Mr J Barrett ; hand.w...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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AT SHEPPARTON TO-MORROW. EARL GREY AND PARLIAMENTARY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914

AT SHEPPARTON TO-MORROW, EARL GREY AND PARLIAMEN TARY PARTY. Earl Grey (formerly Goveruor-Gen eral of Canada), Mr W 'ntohinson (MIinister for Agriculture and Water Supply), Mr F G Clarke, M.L.C., Mr Ceattanash (Water Commnissioner), and party (iotalling seven in all), is to visit theppartonto-morrow(Tuesday). They left Melbourne at 4 p.m. to-day; are doe at Murohison East at 7-830 p.m. I to-morrow morning the Waranga Basin is to be visited; after whihob, entering motor cars, the party will proceed through Ardmona; will be at the Shep parton State-school at 4 p.m.; go over the Iligh School; subsequently visit the Shepparton Estate Closer Settlement; and then leave for Tongala. The party is timed to arrive at Echueca at 1 p.m. on W6dnesday, and to return to Mel. bourne on the night of tlte same day.

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CADET COMPETITIONS. AT RIFLE RANGE AND RECREATION RESERVE. THE TRIUMPH OF B COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914

cADET COMPETITIONS. AT RIFLE RANGE AND RECBEA TION RESERVE. THE TRIUMPH OF B COMPANY. Senior cadets to the number of 170 paraded on Friday in connection with the annual competitions. They repre. sented A Company (ShepparLon); B Coropany (Shepparton and Mooroopna); and C Company (Numurkah), of area 57A. The officers present were: Captain PC Raper, brigade major; Captain R H Weddell, area officer; and Lteutenants N D Herring, W C Crane, and Dunn. The fall-in was at 9.10 a m opposite the area office in Highstreet; a march through the town followed. and thena detour to the rifle range where shooting and skirnpishing took place. The remainder of the competitions were carried onut in the afternoon at the Recreation Reserve, end were witnessed by a large number of citizens who abowed their appreciation by frequent applause. The result was a win for B Company (Lieut Crane's), and the visitors were heartily congratulated by their less fortunate comrades in arms. They will now have the honor ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914

Sales at Shepparton Corporation Yards. P1G~ SALE FIXTURES FOR FEB~LATh .~ ~RCH. ,' l..~4 C,-, T 1~ tr. 'r ~1- .A L~z ~ --- - C~-'.-- - - 1- ~-.'* Cc,- - ~ ~ * 3----' * C- (i' y For Sale ACRE ~rA~; I!CA.~A, r~ 7, rpz; ~ifl C~ "TEE LJL- L~'3' O~e. ACTLAL Melbourne Prices AT YOLR DOORS. ,g~j n. - H7g1~ ~ - A~-. - -r v-~ p-- A'-~-- ____ - -w, b~m. a!i~ g Lv -' Open ~ Cf SAVE MONEY. WRITE FOR LOvv~.ST CASE PRICES. SLTLSFACTIO~ GC A ANTEED, VI ~FI~T'~ CASH TI'4BER YARlIS, ~2rs.~i LA. fl'PKBI{JX Weiresdsy. Febroiry -1S, Sale of House and Furniture. P _C " . E S ' -- E I - 3 - A T _ CLEARING SALE, PINE LODQE. -__- *: :_. -- THURSDAY. 2T FEBRUARY. U'-----.-z One-Fifth Cash. Balance on Easy Terms, -.£ I C; -5 ; -t 5- .' - 17- -- A- .-. ; .-_, ,- e s-_i ,s 7 e 03 TiOR-32LL C. S R SL ELE, FiThe Adverti -r" Office. ". ? -_...! £ -sT. - !;ri-, E L=^-. , E4 : sis,, =£= - = "- J C-G-- ---i S .-iz -- - t . I- G.-,. B . 2 i .I= S P n er P-. C. TSS- I. Az -- £ -di=T -, a:s~ - D:;" ' r=--?a_^- C T" -3'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914

. La ma asm a n . ~ ~~~~~~~~~~ a u m ng em m a mn unt ,u u a a m m m m a w a g - cn e x m HALF-YEARLY SURPLUS SALE, HALF-YEARLY SURPLUS SALE. -;.THiE MILLER: STOR ES SH EPPARTelo Commences: SALTURDAY, JANUARY 24th, 1914, when Astonishi~g B·rga ~vi willu be s.upplied -4y Evei,-y Department. D. SHOP EARLY AND AVOID-- THE CRUSH, AT THE MILLER STORES, SHEPPARTON. ROWE & COS Z~ummer Sale STARTS Saturday, Januaryl17. Corner Wyndham. and High Streets, Shepparton, ~jSPRY'S SHOE STORES -jOpposite Post Office, Shepparton. Boots! Boots! Boots! i-At MELBOURNE FACTORY PRICES. ALL GOODS IMARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. Why pay Double Profit when we supplydirect from the Factoiy at 20 per cent less than any other House ? pALL 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 CHILDREN'S FOOTWEAR OUT OF MELBOURNE TO CHOOSE FROM, NOTEAIEDDRESS) SPRY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914

'1T1. RECENT EPIDEMICS OF ?MALLPOX AND DIPHTHERIA Would certainly not have attained s?uch proportions if the hygienic fact W"ere more generally known that the disinfection of the mouth by a reliable and harmless antiseptic is a great pro '-tin factor againsts all ailments where the infection is through the throat or respiratory tract. By putting 3 YroPs of SANDER'S EUCALPT EXTRACT on a viece of loaf-sugar snd allowing it to dissolve in the mouth that cavity is thoroughly dis infected. The volatile nature of BANDER'S EXTRACT makes it po'netrate every crevice. SANDER'S EXT'RACT it not nmaseous nor de pressinec like the common eucalyptus and posesesss reat antiseptic power. Ily u?sing SANDER'S EXTRACT, you avoid Ihe uncertain composition of the .nge :you have the benefit of the tirongest antiseptic that can be used ith safety :and he result is protection from all infection. CARNIVAL WEEK AT JAMES FAIPLEYS' SALE OF SALES Record Business and S... Record Bargains. 36=in. Dress Linen, 6 sh...

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FO[?] PATH [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914

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ECHUCA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914

ECHUOBA RACES. The annual meeting takes place ae Wednesday nexb; an attraeQtipe pxo gramme, with holiday e~ourseon a'ree. Speeial train .?aea SWepparton at

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914

BOWLS. Two rinks from Shepparton journeyed by motor to Nathalia on Saturday, to play their No thern Association match against that club. The day was ex. oessively hot, however, they had a pleasant run, and the game started bhortly after 8 o'clook. The green was very fast, and the visitors could not get the strength, especially Whitehead's rink, who went down badly. Sandy did better, and was up 3, Nathalia win ning by 15. The visitors were enter tained on the green, and at the close the usual speeches were made and cheers given. A start home wee made at 7.30 p.m., and Shepparton reached at 9 o'clock. Sooree: Nathalia-46 Fox, Fairman, Govett, Duncan ... 27 Tricks, Cobbledick, Richardson, O'Brien ...... ...... 10 46 Shepparton--il81 Stubbe, Anderson, Downey, White. head .......... 9I Milne, Harvey, Brunton, Sandy ... 22 31 Tht last contest of the G.V. Associa. L4o9 takes places on Wednesday next; Shepparton play Negambie on the local green

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LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914

LOCAL PRODUCE MARI(ET. -4-- -- Butter (selling) lild, is d Eggs (giving) 7½d Cheese (selling), 103, Is Bacon ,, Is ld, is 2d Ham ,, ls 2d Is 4d Wheat (giving) 8s 81d Potatoes ,, 5s Onions ,, 10s 61 Bran ,, is bus. Chaff(selling) £8 5is Flour- ,, 15s Pollard ,, s ld Calfskins (giving) 53 to 63 lb Sheepskins , 44 to 5& lb Hides ,, 4d 5d Ib

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THE BAND JUDGE'S COMMENTS SHEPPARTON MODEL BAND [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914

THE BAND JUDGE'S OOMMENTS SurFPI'RTON MODEL BAND Selection-"Msrcandante" (Round) Con forzs: Opesing chorus not broad enough in style, rather forced, comets and tenors respond fairly well, soprano does wel:, comets crossed at times. Pio mosso, fairly given, if not so forced. Cornet cdenzl carefully negotiated. Andants express : Cornet plays well, eresendo at 7 overdone dotted r1avers by lwritone and eqpho too pointed ate1, soprano tapping nicely at 2f and 29. aceoqlpaniments fair if not so loud. I only hear one instrument in the duo gadenpg, Scherso leggero S Bhould bs light and free in style 1 good bass; comets astray in places, from FF better playing, ritard not good, eupho sadena fairly played. Andante sse tenato; Eupho doing fairly well, ac compts going fair, bars 14 and 15 were loose, rep putting in good work at 17, few wrong notes, though soloist is now falling away in tune, inner parts con sistently fair, I hear wrong notes oo* casionally, tune out at 45, soprano en ters well ...

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SHEPPARTON GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914

SHEPPATiiiri GUN CLUB, Shopparton Gun Club held a £20 star. ling match on Thursday last, and some fine shooting was done by Messrs T Sims (Dookie) and Burke (L3ngwood); 296 birds passed through the traps. Hesults: £20 MATCH (Starlings). kills T Sim, £6 10 .. ... ... 18 -Burke, £5 10 .. ... 13 , Gough, £3 , .. ... 1 R Otssen, £ ... ... ... 11 - Polan, £1 .. ... . .. 10 W Burgess, £1 ... .... .... 9 H Burgess, £1 ... ... . SWBEf§I. * No 4-Divided by E Alexander and SJT Cummings, 6 kills No 2-Divided by Oussen and Polan, 7 kills SNo 3-Won by Sims, 2 kills No 4-Won by W Burgess, 5 kills

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OLYMPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. COOMA SPORTS ON WEDNESDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914

OL Y IMP IA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. COOMA SPORTS ON WEDNESDAY NEXT. A great time is anticipated at Coomea on Wednesday, in connecticn with the sports grathering under the auspices of local I.O.R, and judging by the fine class of entries received this should be foully realised. A great oonteslt is ex pected in the log chop, and the ladies' walking match (300yds) is creating much interest. The cycling and pedestrian events (handicaps below) should provide scms go .ehing; while the other items on the p.[ghmme, which is of a varied desoriptien, will make up an enjoyable day There will~be side shows on the groundand a merry-gosround (specially engaged for, the occasion); An excellent programme.has g he~ n arranghA for the concert at night, which will be 'presided over by Cr John:Allan (Kyabram),; Miss Campbell, of Tatura, will act as acoom psnits. Handicap :-? PELESTr?AN EVENTS."` Trial Sheffield lO0yds 180yds A Cash .7 7 J Crowley .. . 8 8 E Carson ... ... 9 10 R Parker ... ... 11 11 P ...

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THE BAND CONTEST. AT SHEPPARTON CARNIVAL. SERGEANT-MAJOR FRANKLIN'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914

THE BAND CONTEST. AT SHEPPARTON 'CARNIVAL. SERGEANT-MAJOR FRANKLIN'S REPORT. Sergean Maj r A Franklin, of the Instructional SYcaff (Australian Light Herse), has furnibshed the fol!owing reo port in connec'ion with the Band Con test at 6heppartan on Wednesday last, February 11th:- QUICKSTEP. No 1--SHEPPARTON TOWN BAND. Time taken, 58 seconds, which is two 'econds under ; number of paces, 117, boeing S paces under. During the march the length of the pace varied consider ably, causing ranks in rear to c'ose up and open out alternately. oausing loss of distance; dressing became very irregular, the result being that interval wees not correctly maintained, and in counter marching this caused trouble. At times when this band was steady the march ing, cc'ering and dress left nothing to be desired. Commanle could be im proved on, it being noticed that very little rause was made between the cautionary and execotive word of com mand. Points awarded, 53 No., 2-MifoLnEL BAND Time taken, 59 secon...

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