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DEPARTURE OF MR JAMES FAIRLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914
DEPARTURE OF MR JAM?4 FAIRL Y. There was a tinge of acute regret (says the Tungamah "Express"), when is be ome known locally that Mr James Fairloy (who has filled the position as manager of the Tnngamah branch of the National-Bank for the past four years) had received notice of his transference to the management of the Ballarat branch of the same institution. The towns people generally recoguiseithat they are sbout to lose one whose place it will be hard to fill. On the one hand it is cordially conceded that such solid promo tiqn as the transfer ponveys is bnly a fitting tribute to one who has proved a painstaking, zealous, and urbane bank oficial; but on the other hand- it is generally agreed that the sterling value of-a man who has entered heart -and soul ito' the best interests p1 thp town -socially, charitably, and otherwise-is an asset we can ill afford to lose. In small communities, such as this, it is es sential that there should be a few leading spirits who will not permit t...
JUDGE'S EXPLANATIOF OF AN ERROR. TOWN BAND MOVES UPWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914
JUDGE'S ESXPLBANATIOF OF AN ERROR, TOWN BAND MOVES UPWARD, Seergeant-Major Fcanklin has since stated that owing to wrong directions being supplied him, he erred in award-. ing points; that he should have given the Town Band an additional number 17 more, thus placing the Model Band only three points in the lead, and plac ing the Town Boand seaoond-instead of last in the qoickstep competition. He has written to the Bind Association in Ballerat, explaining the circumstances; and it now remains to be seen if the aseooiation will permit of the original award being amended,
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INSPECTION. No 1—SHEPPARTON TOWN BAND [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 February 1914
"INSPECTION. No I--SHPePi'ARTON TOWN BAND The dressing anid turn out of this band was good, interval and covering being good throughout; discipline fair; all i struments were clean, and the band was fairly even as regards eizing. Points obtained, 33 No 8-ROCHESTER BAND. The dress and turn out of this band was good. The dressing, interval, and covering of the band was faulty, and points were alss deduoted.ior irregular sizing. The discipline was not good, and many members hayve yet to learn what the position of attention is, Points obrainedby this band, 27.. No 3-BENALLA BAND. The turn out and dressing of this band was fair, the appearance of this band was somewhat marred by the faot of some of its members being under sizad. The dressing, covering and inter val of the band was good. Discipline could b3 improved on; points were also deduc'ed fordrilland command. Points obtained, 30 No 4--SruePARTos MODEL BAND. Dress and turn out: The dress of this band was good, but points were lost f...
APPLICATION FOR COMMITMENT. A SEQUEL TO THE SHEPPARTON SHOW. SHOULD A PUBLICAN LEND MONEY? [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 February 1914
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HARVEST FESTIVAL SERMONE. THE EXCUSE OF NON-CHURCHES. A SERIES OF HOME THRUSTS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 February 1914
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A GREAT HISTORICAL WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 February 1914
A GREAT HISTORICAL WORK. By the publication of what has been happily described in the preface as "the birth certificates of a nation," the library com mittee of the Commonwealth Parlia ment has inaugurated the collected publication of the Historical Records of Australia. These "birth certifi cates" consist of a series of lithoe graphs of original documents conne'ct ed with the foundation of settlement and the establishment of Government and civilisation In Australia. First we have the oaths of office taken by Cap tain Phillip with all the quaint archaic phraseology of the period. To readers of the twentieth century she sug gestions of the dynastic and sectar.an struggles through which the nation had recently passed, and wh.ch were still agitating men's minds, must seem strange as they are disclned in the curious special oaths of abjuration and abjurance Governor Phillip and his officers had to take. Replicas of official documents connected .with the establishment of the church, our ...
URBAN WATERWORKS TRUST. THREE MINUTES' OF A "BREEZE." THE CHAIRMAN AND COM. WELSHMAN. PURITY OF THE TOWN SUPPLY [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 February 1914
URBAN WATERWORKS TRUST. THREE MINUTES' OF A ' BREEZE. " T'El CHAIRMAN AND COM. WELSHMAN, 1URITY OF THE TOWN SUPPLY The monthly meeting of the Sheppar ten Crban Waterworks Trust was held con Tuesday evening, when there were present: Coma F W Fair (chairman), W Welshinan, G V Furphy, and W Shell. Apologies were received from Coms WV II Gaz' and G W E Roess Mr 1l Horsfield, engineer, State Rivers and Water Supply Commission, w? s :.'so present. A !etter was read from Mr TW F Nevill, district engineer, Water Commla sion, reporting that he had mado an in :pection of the ovelflaw from the Com mission's outfall channel into the Goul Liue, and was having the matter attended to at once. The water would le diverted through the polies paddock, and wculd enter the river some distance 1 twren the fltako. - '3r Hortfield said iha was pleased to craen of what Mr Nevill hail drne. Ile would make an inspection of the locality cn the following day (Wednesday) ; and if there was any indication of a wa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 February 1914
i1~'- hr ý` -f - IX I 1T~ j· IfI -e. FOR TH. Sornach and Liver. recaue it c!an,, -. ,y.tm and-e. ml - msda-e" t' e attion of the It nac, liHcr, and ivrbneels, .otier Sigttls Syrup--- -ae from root?, bark, and. l?-eaes-sýoo corrects thile" out-of-sorts " condrition from v hsic so ma :y ec?p?~ suffer at the change of season. Thirty drops taken after meals, ren ew appetite and purify the. blood. by ensuring good digetion.. When you have headaches,.or.pains in t-xe stomach, flatulence; no appetite or energy, when you s-n" feel done-up ?and weary, your stoimach and liver need help, andt need it sorely. Take Mother Seigel's Syrup after yur r?eals, and it .ils .peedily menc.,, your appetite, tone up the stomach and liver, make f~id nourish you, and give you ne-t- life and igr. lThere is rothing to equal Mdother M OTHER Mrse "aef. A;e Iavie, of Mannirg Siteet, K".iam-., S.VW., writinog on May 4th. 1913, ayt - "A? one -hlo suffered much from i nigbd-ion, ir;ed ach'n, and neroua deiality, it ...
FIGHT WITH WIND PLUCK OF PASSENGER [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 February 1914
FIillT WITH WIND PLUCK OF PASSENGER Probably the most exciting journey in the history of aerial touring was the cross-Channel flight made by Mr Sal met, '"The Daily Mail" airman, who carried with him as passenger Mrs Assheton-Harbord, the balloonist (said the Paris correspondent of 'The Daily Mail." December 19). Mr Salmet and his passenger started from Hendon on Saturday morning al most on the inepiration of the moment and under the most favorable weather conditions. Before they had gone far on the way to Folkestone they ran into a fog, which grew denser and denser and at last compelled them to inter rupt their Journey at Folkestone for the night They started off again across Channel at 11.30 yesterday with a south wind of about twenty-five miles an hour gradually increasing in strength. Then began a game of hide and seek in the clouds, to which more than a spice of danger was added. "I started flying on a course laid for Boulogne at a height of 300Yft. so as to be above the clouds...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 February 1914
YOU SHOULD BE DETER MINED n rejectins the worthless and fre jquently injuriously counterfeits which are sometimes published for the sake of areater pain as "just as good" as the GENUINE SANDER & SONS' PUR VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EX TRACT is recognised by the highest medical authoritica as possessing unique etimulating, healing, and antiseptic powers. The preparation of SANDERS' XTIRAC I from the pure selected leaves, and tile refinement by special pro cesses, give it curative virtues peculiarly its own. 'Therefore, be not misled. De mandl and insist upon the GENUINE AND?ER EXTRACT, and you will atrnivn tle benefit that thousands have teacdl from it before. When ill you should not depress your self more by the common bulky, any nauseatiug eucalyptus oils and so-called extracts.' What you want is qualitd and reliability in small dose; and this u wiU find only in SANDER'S EX TRaCT, CARNIVAL WEEK AT JAMES FAIRIEYS' SALE OF SALES Record Business and Record Bargains. 36=in. Dress Linen...
MELBOURNE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 February 1914
IMELBOURNE MARKILETS Fat Sheep.-The supply was much lighter than anticipated, and proved within requirements, prime crossbred wethers, 19e to 22s, a few to 28s 9d; good do, 17e 6d to 18s 6d, second do., 158 6d to 17s, prime crossbred ewes, 16s Gd to 18s, extra do, 183 6d to 208 9d, good do, 14s to 15s 9d, second and in ferior, from lOs, prime merino wethers, 17s to 198, extra do, to 20s Od, good do, 15s to 16s 6d, second do, 188 to 14s, inferior, from 11s Gd, with merino ewes ,s to 17s, old low-conditioned sorts at low figures. Fat Lambs.-For prime heavy lambs the export demand was slightly weaker. Prime 13 6d to 15s. extra, 15s d9 to 178, a few to 18s 6d, good, 12s 6d to 18s 83, second, lOs 6d to lte 9d, few small less. Fat Cattle. - About 1900 yarded. Prime pens of bullocks, £11 to £12 5 ; extra do, £12 10s to £13 15s; good do, £9 to £10 10s; good light and handy weights, £8 0l to £9 5s; second do £7 to £8 ; inferior from £a. Prime pens of cows, £7 10e to £8 10s; extra do, £8 12s ...
LUNCHEON MYSTERY JUROR'S REFUSAL TO RETIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 February 1914
LUNCHEON MYSTERY JUROR'S REFUSAL TO RETIRE. The adjourned inquest Into the cir cumstances which caused the death of Ellen Elizabeth Blundell, a young wo- i man employed at Oddenino's Restaur ant, Regent St., some time after she had eaten the staff luncheon there, was re sumed yesterday (reports "The Daily Mail" of December 20), but the sitting was occupied by discussion of the alleg ed independent collection of evidence by the foreman of the jury, and was then adjourned without any additional wit ness being called. Mr Freke Palmer, for the proprietor of the restaurant,said the foreman had written to him, enclosing declarations which he appeared to have taken him self from two persons who were to ap pear as witnesses. That was a some what extraordinary proceeding of the foreman, for if a partisan line were taken in the declarations the justice of any rider expressed by the jury in the future might be affected. The foreman, if he knew of evidence which had not been called, should have...
EARL GREY AT SHEPPARTON A PROCESSION OF THREE MOTORS. SOME PERSONAL BRIC-A-BRIC. "QUITE UNPREPARED TO SEE SUCH A BIG TOWN." A "BACK BLOCK" PRONOUNCING PUZZLE. TWO NOTABLE ADDRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 February 1914
EARL GKEY AT SHEPPARTON A PROCESSION OF THREE MOTORS. SOME PERSONAL BRIC-A-BRIC. "QUITE "UNPREPARED TO SEE SUCH A BIG TOWN." A "BACK.BLOCK" PRONOUNCING PUZZLE. TWO .NOTABLE ADDRESSES. Four o'clock in the afternoon on Tues. day was a favorable time for Earl Grey toanrive at Sbepparton. He was seated in one of the three motors that tooted in procession over the new bridge; and as he paweed over the chasm with the sin ucus Goulburn moving lazily below, he strained his optics up the direction of Fryers-street, where the telephone and eleo'rio wires were glistening like thrcale of gold in the rays of the descending sun; and the people were astir as if in the cooler atmosphere of that hour they had found vigor afresh. " What if that old wooden bridge had been there ?" re marked a sedate citizen. " How the rafters would have shaken under the strain of tho13 three motors l" But even that old bridge-which the shire councillors from yearning have taken to yawning for somebody to remove out of...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE AT THE CORPORATION YARDS GOULBURN VALLEY MARKETS SHEPPARTON CATTLE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 February 1914
0OMMdERCIAL INTELLIGENCE AT THE CORPORATION YARDS GOULBURN VALLEY MARKETS SHEPPARTON CATTLE SALE. Very short market for all classes. Total yarding 228 head, Including 105 in fat pens, chiefly indifferent quality, with a few odd pens of medium quality. none first-olass offeriEg. Fat cattle sales about equal to late rates; odd pens of indifferent quality, cows showed slight improvement. Best bullocks offering £8112s to £8 14s; steers medium, £7 to £7 Os; green steers, £5 9s to £62s; small do, £3 9s to £4 15s; best cows, £6 11s to £6 15s; medium do, £5 12s 63 to £6 is; indifferent quality £3 6s to £4 6s; medium quality heifers £: 15s to £4,' small heifers £3 les to £3 lse, small vealers 15s to 24s, bulls for trucking £4 23 Gd to £6 10s. Store cattle were dull of sale, and slightly easier in price, sales being difficult to effect. Quotations -20 8-yr old steers, good colors, £5 10s, 16 to 20 months old steers, 41s to 55s, according to quality and condition; 40 2-yr o'd heifers sold from...
WELCOME AT THE STATE SCHOOL. "PEOPLE AND CHILDREN OF THIS GREAT CONTINENT" "DO YOUR UTMOST TO MAKE SHEPPARTON FAMOUS." [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 February 1914
WE.LCOME AT THE STATE SCHOOL. "PEOPLE AND CIIILDREN OF THIS GREAT CONTINENT " "DO YOUR UTMOST TO MAKE SHEPPARTON FAMOUS." Earl Grey visited first the High School, where he wad received by Mr W H COsllister, the headmas'er. Going through the various classes, he cffered some good counsel to the boys, advising them to study agriculture. Passing on to the adjacent Shopparton State-school, he was there received by Mr J B Brun ton, the headmaster, and by the follow ing members of the School Committee the Rayv Geo Paul (chairman), Rev N D Herring, Messrs W R Vincent and JR M'Cormick. The various classes were visited, after which the children were drawn up on three sides of the spacious quadrangle. The Hon F Hutchinson then briefly introduced Earl Grey to the saoo.,ý,ia., His lordebip declared that if he had the chance of beginning life over again, he did not know if he could do better than by becoming a boy in Shepparton. He hoped that they Icoked with effec. tion upon the British Isles, f...