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SHEPPARTON'S MILITARY CAMP. SHOW GROUNDS OCCUPIED. EXPERIENGE FOR THE BROADFORD CAMP. TROOPS TAKE KINDLY TO WORK. ROUGH NIGHT ON SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

SHEPPARTON'S MILITARY CAMP. ^ ' SHOW GROUNDS OCCUPIED. EXPER1ENGE FOR TIIEBUOAD-1 FORD GAMP. TROOPS TAKE KINDLY .TO ' WORK. - — - ROUGH NIGHT ON-SUNDAY. Sliepparton lias been occupied since last , week-end • by 1 the fiMendIy:forccs;^:IMiey;aiMi>lr6oL)S forming apart, of C Squadron" ofst.lie 15th Regiment; Australian Light Horse. Tlieyenleredinto possession o f : I,he agricultural, show yards on .Fiuday niorning, when! the advanco parly, under Sergeant-Major Franklin set. about pitching louts and other■ preparatory work for.- llicrooep tion - of"about.: 100 men. The day was notably warm. :The ground was hard, and armed as Ihe men were with only, light woo den mallets, peg-driving proved to;be a perspiring ell'orI; — How over, HheV work was completed.* for Ihe contingents fromlCobram and Dookie when they -iilel on lo the ground on the arrival of their .respective trains. One of the busiest of individuals on Fri day was Quartermaster Sergeant Charles Bailey (ass isLcd by War ranto ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

FALL FROM A TRAIN. DEATH OF DR HUTCHIN8. Tlie inquest concerning the death of Dr Hutchings, of £ur0a (Victoria) whoso mutilated body was found 011 tho railway line , at Bread albauo on Tuesday, was conclud ed at Goulburn (N..S.AV.) on Wedn n#sdayi_ George Frederick Hutohings iden tified the body, as that or his bro ther, and said: Ho wap in Ho finan cial difficulty. Ho had property in AVarwiok and had been there on a visit of inspection. He sent me a telegram before leaving Sydney, .ask ing me to moot him: at the stations. Errol Smith, slceping-car conduc tor, said that he last saw Dr Hutch ings ten minutes after leaving Goulburn, Dr Hutchings was sitting in a smoker reading, and had been doing so all the way from Syd I ney. He did: not rotiro to his bunk. There was a dressing room in tho I car. It would be possible, bat Jiardly probable for a man. to Tall from ; the large window in that room. The train travelling at about 70 miles au hour whon passing Bread* albane. There would bo ...

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ELECTRIC LIGHT v. GAS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

ELECTRIC LIGHT v. GAS. TO THE KDITOlt, Sic,—\Y<! wece iiilecesjteU unci somewhat. amused when looking ovcc I lie booklet entitled -'Spo citic Reasons Why," etc., issued on behalf of the' local eleelcie supply.-and ace ceally beginning lo wonder how the people of Shepparl.on and .the millions of olher: gas consumers of tlie world have been able to exist, i 1" were ace lo lake" seriously llie ninny ills and losses that, these persons must, have experienced according to the statements pub lished in this booklet". Surely if one-tenth of these statements could ceally be taken seriously, one would nol hear of the great advaneeinciit that gas is making in :al! directions' in ouc I a ego cities, and the principal cities of the world: and this is a -sore point with ouc' eiee'leioat friends, and a l'act that,'will withstand the closest investigation. Most up-lo-date gas companies at pee1 sent lind that the gceatec pad, of llieii* lime and enci'gy is. laktm up in extending' Iheic bu...

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SPARE THE SWANS. APPEAL TO SPORTSMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

SPARE THE SWANS. APPEAL TO SPORTSMEN. At the present time when guns ami ammunition are being got ready lor opening day it is to be hoped that sportsmen will spare the lives of the five beautiful swans that ut present grace the Soulburn. The birds are so tamo that they swim past fisher men and oarsmen fearlessly. To destroy them wantonly will bo to deprive many of the pleasure afforded by their presence on the rivevi an(l no true sportsmen would point a guu at them. II would be simply coldblooded murder lo shoot them as they are so lame. It is hoped that this word in season will be sufli-. cient to deter anyone from mo lesting them as bird life on our beautiful river Is all too scarce. These swans patrol the Goul burn from the Shepparton bridge to Mooroopna, and it is jl treat gracefully and fearlessly. [Swans are proteoted the whole year round, and any person found with one in his'r»nss«ssinn is liablo to a fine of £1. -Ed. S.N.

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THE SALVATION ARMY. SHEPPARTON'S NEW OFFICERS. FAVORABLE IMPRESSIONS OF SHEPPARTON. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

THE SALVATION ARMY. SUEPPARTQN'S XBW v . v. 'OFFjOERS. FAVORABLE IM PIlESSIONS OF ; _ SHEPPARTON. ♦ 1 nsign Baker aiuL her sister, ' Lieutenant, 13aker, appeared to 1 be well pleased with the hearty \ reception given them on their ! arrival by members of the local 1 corps am) the general" public; ( Saturday night's' open air meek irigiin Frasev street, "next the post'ofliee, had a genqine. ring. . about, it'. .Large crowds gathered rouiul, and; -apparently appre- ' cialed the,ihusip, song and slory. ' of those in tliu ring. -- The Sunday meetings were , charactoiisi'J by a breeziness strangely remindful of old limes 1 in the .Army. ■■ I ho afternoon's "tree, and easy was very woil attended, and as it was the hrst -'public: appearance, so to speak: of the lassie ollicers in Sheppar-. Ion l.hey were introduced (o. the congregation by Mr. Johnston, who'.voiced the opinion of- muni- 1 bers of-the local corps by. giving Ihein Lliti warmest'of welcomes, (Ensign Maker, in her reply.^hai'^ ...

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TALLYGAROOPNA SPORTS. SATISFACTORY RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

TALLYGAROOPNA SPORTS. SATISFACTORY RESULTS; A very enthusiaslio moeting of tlio Tallygaroopna sports club was held on Thursday night in the public hall, when there was a good attendance of the publio. Mr. T. J. Sandilauds (president), took the chair. The balance sheet of the rc cent sports was read, which showed a credit balaneo of over £33. The Mooroopna Hospital will benefit to the extent of about £8, and tho Tallygaroopna re creation reserve about £25. The president thanked every body who had woi'ked and passed a speoial vote of thanks to the ladies, which was carried. Mr. B. Wood (secretary), in thanking everybody for the will ing help ho had received, stated that tho work had been a plea suro to him, and he now wished to give to the public library the sum of £5 out of his salary, as the library could well do with some, new books. Mr. J. E. Trewin thanked Mr. Wood for his generous offer, and the meeting then closed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

SALES AT SHEPPARTON COR PORATION YARDS. SHEEP ... JANUARY 27 CATTLE ... FEBRUARY 3 PIGS — FEBRUARY 9 AUCTION SALE8 TO OOME. A USEFUL SUMMARY. Tuesday, January 27. Kyabram Cattle Sale. Shepparton Sheep Sale. R. Ferrari's, jun. Clearing Sale at Kotupna. • Numurkah: Campbell & Co. s Pig and Poultry Sale. Wednesday, January 28. H. V. Hamblin's Clearing Sale, Kyabram. Katamatite block Sale. J. Briggs, Katamatite, land. Thursday. January 29. Tatura Stock Sale Tallygaroopna Stock Sale. ' Numurkah Horse Sale. Friday, January 30. Mrs Gephart's Clearing Sale, Barwo. Tatura Horse Sale. Numurkah Stock Sale. Saturdayi January 31. Tatura Pig Sale. . Monday, February 2. Tungamah Stock Sale. St. James Stock Sale. R. Willgoose's Clearing Sale at Youanmite. Nathalia Pig Sale. R. Pethybriage's Clearing Sale, at Arcadia. Dookie Stock Sale. Yarrawonga Pig Sale. Tuesday, February 3. Berrigan Horse Sale. Shepparton Cattle Sale. Katamatite Pis Sale. G. M. Thomas s Clearing Sale, at Kotupna. Wednesd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

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CONCERNING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

CONCERNING PEOPLE. Master Will. Baker, sun of Mr) Baki'i-, Undera~"X<,irih, who has Ijoen allending the Shcpparlon High School lately, has won tlx.' Scotch scholarship. The l:uI. whn is only i;i years of age, was formerly a'pupil al I he Uii-' ilera North school. Two Rodney district. boys— Master -loi' Bourke (Kyabram). and Paul Carey (Talura). have list I«id in passing- I he tinior public examination. Both .id- are pupils of 81. Patrick's College. Bali.aral, and are to he heartily congratulated on their success. .Mailer Carey was f>»i— merly ;i scholar of SI Mary's Col lege. Talura. whilst Master Bourke obtained his early educa tion at the Catholic and Slale .-rliiial.*, Kyttbram. Mi- T. Doherly, aged 26, eldest son of Mr and Mrs John Doherly of Natlialia, died on Thursday iafternoon al his parents' resi dence, after an illness of about three months' duration. The fun eral took place on Saturday, and lite remains were'interred in the Nalhalia cemetery, Rev Father Grii...

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Shepparton News Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY, JANUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

SiKpparioii !?ew$ Published: Monday and Thursday Evcniws, MONDAY, JANUARY 20. If persistence in any cause, whether it be just or unjust, will gain an object in view, and it frequently does the advocates of a so-called "central''1 agricultural college, will eventually prevail. Ever since the establish ment of Dookie Agricultural Col lege it has had its enemies. 'i he institution was decried from the out. set beeause of its remoteness from the metropolis The metropolitan (ire-s girded at it periodically, and lashed the staff by the inference thai the members were not under direct con trol. It was also openly stated tlut the farm was too remote from cc.vn to be of value as a show place. Other reasons were given for the practical abandonment of Dookie in fjvor of a central institution. Xot so much has been heard of this at;iu tion since the fitting-up of Longer enong as a stepping-stone to Dokie, in the matter of agricultural educ.i (ton. However, it is not dead bm has been sleeping. Th...

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CENTRAL COLLEGE. DOOKIE TOO REMOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

CENTRAL COLLEGE. DOOKIE TOO REMOTE. Mr. F. Tate, the Director of Education, Mr. Elwood Mead, the Chairman of the Water Commis sion, and Dr. Cameron, the Direc tor of Agriculture, met Thursday to consider the proposal to co ordinate' the agricultural educa tional activities of the State. It was decided to recommend the building up of a connected sys tem, which will give the fullest results from the agricultural high schools, the agricultural colleges, the agricultural classes at the University, and the educa tional activities of the Agricul tural department. In the report, which will come before the Cabi net, after the completion of the inquiries of the sub-Ministerial committee—Sir Alexander Pea cock, Mr. Hutchison,, and Mr. Hagelthorn—the establishment of a central college will probably be urged. The present college at Dookie is considered to be too l'ar from the city to meet modern requirements. Werribee is re garded as a much better situa tion for a college of agriculture. Anothe...

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MASONIC SERVICE AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

MASONIC SERVICE AT NIGHT. I here was a large congrega tion at night, including officers and brethren of the Goulburn Valley St. George Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons. The rector preached a fine sermon from the words, "For there is no respect of persons with God, Romans II, verse ii. The subject of the dis course was "Privileges and Re sponsibilities."

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RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

niFUi Ncrnsa, Members of Shepparton-Riilc club aro asked Id-attend n meet ing, lo bo hold at the 'Terminus Hotel, on Wednesday, next, ill 8 p.m., for the purpose ■■oP*snivel ing (earns for union mulches. A leani for Warrnambool nitty lire a mateb on the Shepparlou range on the morning of Feb ruary 11.

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

J?0\VJ,S. Compolilions> lor the presi dent's trophy, have beeu arranged Handicap single, 2 L up; handicap behind soratch; - i bowlsj-each. Followm>r^isMici result^a)!': the; first ~draw:— Maltby (7) v Dr M'KouM"( IT) Muni/. (8) Kennedy (S.). < Matthews (f) Treahy (3)": Sandy (12) .v; Sutharlund "(9): M'fhllnray (S) v, iTMim (1). Coikill tS',) y, (iibbs (8). Wilgon (8) v. Slubb» (8). •Anderson 8 v. Whitehead 12. Milne (6) v. Cooper (S.). _ Bruntmi (12) lIendprj>o'n (S) Harvey (i) y. Downey (8), M'lver (12) Y. Fau-loy 113). Hams. (2) v, Tufhjll .(S.). KciulaH ,(Id) v. Grant (8). Lanyon (S.) y. Dr. Cook (U). Slattery (Si); v.;Abernpthy.i(S):: Byas<, (S.) v. Walker (S.).

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SERVICES AT S. AUGUSTINE'S. MLLITAIIY AND MUNICIPAL INTERESTED CONGREGATIONS. MASONIC SERVICE AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

I SERVICESAT S. AUGUSTINE'S, j .MLLITAIIY AND AIUNICIPAL llNTEltKSTED CONGHEGATlUis'S. MASONIC SKltVICE AT: - •Yesterday morning's service, at St. Augustine's UlnuMo; of Kngljind,! Sneppartoii, was m commemoration ol 1 ouiidaiiou Djiyk Sermon a^d music, were appropriate to tliu oe-. C{i«joiC.-it -..was-, also <i miiitary, s'ur* vice, and .was aiiqointoid oy| tho oiUcers. and a lai^'c numbor of tliu niuii .now in camp on the show* ground. v ft .was likewise a 'iuuuici-. pal .service, aud in response to .the invitation ■: ol -Lho rector (Itev. >1. I).. Herring); it was attended by Or ii: -:ltooy president, and other mem burs- ol-. Siieppartou Shire Council, r.-.v iie.V; ,Hcrriugi took as his text, l'suim xxiv, 10, "Who is this King,ol". Uloi-y,V, The Lord of Host's; !le is'... the King of Gloryi." This psalm, said the preacher, pic tures .for ,\is a scen,o 0f |yr(Jat national rejoicing, and triumph ader the vic tory. of I aliing the ancient fortress Jebus wliicli did bec...

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RIFLE CLUBS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

RIFLE CLUBS' UNION. The.-annual prize meeting un der the auspices of the Sheppar ton. District (N<», b) Rifle Clubi?' Union will" bo held on Monday land Tuesday, February 0 and 10. A liberal programme' has been issued, the total "amount of. Mio iprizo list being. $7$. ,AU »«aiulies iare open to vmjuitifi'? of No. S> Union only. * '

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KYABRAM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

KYABHAM. ilAGES. - •The annual meeting'-of the Kya braiu Turf Club look place on Friday; The attendance was .very targe and the, racing was good. Results:— ' -Trial Stakes^, w.f.a. Five fur longs: Millerick's.Aulic, 8.12 (J. Hedfearii) , I; Hayes's Waipa, 8.12 .(Page), 2; Lahglry'si Me Dear, 8.12 (G. Boyd), 3. Prince Gallee was left, at the post. Won by three lengths. Belting: 5 to 2 on Waipa; 3 to I against Me Dear; 10 to 1 Prince Gallee; 15 to 1 Aulic. An inquiry was held into the;running of Waipa, and the rider, Page, was cautioned by Ihe stewards. Kyabram Handicap, eight fur longs: Christie's Blank Cartridge 7.12 (M'Granaban), 1; Burketl's Goldmounl, 7.5 (12. Gray), 2; J. Roche's Admiral Grand, 8.10 (N. While) 3. Won by three lengths. Betting: Evens Blank Cartridge, 5 to 1 each Admiral' Grand and Go Id mount. Ladies'Bracelet, live furlongs: Mrs. Poison's Galeta, 8i3 (W. Kenny), 1; Mrs. Biggar's Pria line, 7.9 (W. Gray), 2: Miss AVat kins' Lady Mona, 8.2 (Philipson) 3. Four start...

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SPORTING. DOOKIE RACES. The following are the weights for the Dookie races on Wednesday next:— [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

SPORTING. DOOKIE RACES. ■The following arc the woighls, for the Dookie races oil Wednes fiav- n'BTl.t— ..■■■:'■ NovelLyPony-llacc:LadyAr gyle, 11 ;9A.L.M., 9.13; Posey; 9.2; Little Tain,.'9.0; Coogee, Claire, 7.10;.. Jewell, 7.8 { Echo, 7.7; Unknown, 7.5; 'Highland Gi'LUina,'7.2;-lloyal Sliotj Mystery, G.12; Glen Vale, (j.lCl; Lady Pcr. niai^f Moynlain^Dexy,^6.8 hill ^j'lSS * ' 0 7 r. ' . • . V »••• : Hurdie Race: Mallet,; 10.12;, pirate, 10.0;: Ancona Boy,. Ard riiona,: 9.10; Dismal, Allara, 9.5; Aramain, The ttesull,9.2 ;Aulic •' Trial : Galela, 9.0;.Waipa 8.10; Black v Flora, 8.4; Tingled/Re-: named;'£8.3J Masquerader, i 8J2; Me'. Dear, Trepid, 7.10; Byock, Hojhui's Ghost, Port Louie, 7.9; None Over, Lombex, Ford, Rent; Whippa, Auburn Lad, 7.7. : . Gosgrove Handicap: Argold, <j;2; Harlech, Gunplay, ; 8.10; Bertha Maid, 8-'r: Lady Argyle, 8.2; Ardmona, 7.10; Lady Mona, Galela, 7.9; Sweet Narelle, Wil derness Maid, 7.8: Masher, 7.6; Prialine, Tingle, Black Flora, ltc iVa...

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LOG CHOPPING (Standing Log.) [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

LOG CHOPPING I ' (Situiding Log.) J no. Brown ........ scratch It.While .. .. scratch. L. Golombini . .. .. scratch A. Bowles .-. .. .... 5 sec blul G. T. -Crick .. .... 5 sec bhd E. J. Gorman .. .. ■ 5. sec bhd D.TulIy .... .. .. 8 sec blid l'\ Mathews 8 sec bhd j L. A. Golly ...... 10 sec blid A. Prentice .. ... .. 10 sec blid J. Houlahan .. .. .. l i sec bhd A. W. Anderson .... 22 sec blid I A. M'Leod ..... .■.■. 24 sec blid J. L'.,Jackson .. .. 27 sec bhd C. Weston- i . ... ... 38 sec bhd Acceptances close on Thurs day, 2'Jtli January

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KIALLA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

KIAI^A RAGES, " Nominations for the various events close on Wednesday. TlVey will bo I'ecoived by the secretary (Mr. A."J. Galiill) or Mr. E. J. Maltby, a I I he Shopparlon- IJolcl, The. secretary, reportsIhaTnu merous entries have already been received, and there is every pro spect of a record .meeting on •Wednesday, February i. |.' •

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