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

CYCLING " j Class , ' ' ' 3 & 4 - , ~ Two One One j ■ miles mile mile P.?Hehir .. ..scr sor •, — G. H.-Horder .. scr scr — E. A. Priestly .. §ci" scr — A; V. Brown ... 40 . 20 — L. Clifford . . 40 20 P. H. Henry60 30 / — L. H. Parkinson.. 70 40 ,— F. D. Walcott .. 70 v 40 — A.' L, Crook .. 85 50 — J. G. Atkins .. 85 50 — L. J. Orchard .. 85 - 50 — A. J. Davies .. 85 50 — A. G. Wooff .. 125 80 scr W. Palmer . . ' 125 80 scr W. Teale .; 125 80 scr J. F. C. Hazel .. 160 90 10 F. E. Smith ... "160 90 10 S. Grivel .. ^ - 160 ' 90 10 W.G. M'Lean .. ISO 100 20 L. W. Beverige .. 180. 100 . 20 C. Southern 180'100 • 20 J'. T. Summers .. 180 .100 20 J. G. Snell i. 200 110 30' N. M. Riedcll. .. 200 110' '30 S. lialliday V. . 200 110 30 T." II. Kinleyside... 200 110 30 It. Nivon .. 220.120 40 H. H. M'Evvan .. 220 -120 40 R. Ilamm .. 220 120 - 40 J. Kerr .... - -220 120 40 A. C. M'Donald .. 220 120- 4.0 W. T. Bennett *. 220 120 . 40 R.:A.. Matthews .. 240 .130 - " 50' J. D. Lodington 240 ...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TONGALA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

TONGALA RAGliS. Thc^ registered picnic race meeting under, the auspices of the Tongala Amateur {lace Club willibe held on Wednesday, lreL> ruary 5. 'The liboral prograinine is :;pul51isl<ed -elsewhere iiv this issueV tQSeU>ef with, tipies of re ceiving entries.

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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BARYTES AT DOOKIE. PARTY COMMENCES WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

| BARYTE8 AT DOOKIE. PARTY COMMENCES WORK. During the operations conduc ted last year to test the value of tfye iron ore deposits on Mount Major, near Doolue, it was found that Barytes existed, and pros pecting' has since been done to ascertain the value of tho find. A company has since been formed and operations commen ced last week. A great deal depends. on the results of the tests now being made. It is stated on good au thority that -present indications point to the field being develope'd largely, and if so it will provide work for a good number of men for some years. It is generally believed that Mount Major is rich in iron ore and other valuable products, and 'keen disappointment • was felt i last year when woi'k. was aban doned before the resources of I the locality had been effectively tested. The work now being done may-result in further discoveries which will have an important bearing on the future of tn etown arid district.

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

GENERAL NEWS The executive of |tta Sydney Labor, Council has issued a minute to unions affiliated with that bouy. which is considered' by many un ionists to refer to proposed indus trial action in ' reference! to the '"black" wheat difficulty. The min ute states: "That in view of the growing, tendency on the part of a number of unions to revert to the use of s.trike methods as .against conciliation and industrial arbitra tion methods at their disposal, and consequent industrial unrest at pre sent prevailing in a number of in dustries, the executive has deemed it necessary in the .interests of sane unionism., to request ail affiliated unions to-refrain from joining in any strike conference or other move> nicnt of a like character unless such conference be convened by the Labor Council, and to jtake no ac tion in the way of striking until* first consulting the Labor Council's executive committed, .At a meeting of the Stewarlon Farmer's . Union the problem of .handling wheat in bulk...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

.. STOP IT NOW. '■#v; ■' Co) \ j If you have a pain in the back, 1 if- you .have a lame back or an aching back, stop it now. For re member that backache is indicative of kidney, disorders. It is a spy placed there by. nature to warn you that your kidneys neod help. Don't neglect the warning, stop it now, for it may. be too late if you put it off. You ask how to stop it? "We'll let this man tell you. Mr. "William Loft, "late of AVyjid liam^treet, Shepparton, now living near Rochester, sayp:—"For three years I suffered constantly from kidney, trouble. My back ached con tinually. There was a pain in the small of my back as if my kidneys were squeezed. This greatly, dis turbed my. rest at night, and was often so bad that I could not sleep" at all. Strange that the pains affected me most at night, and the secretions were particularly trou blesome then . On one occasion I was laid up with kidney complaint for nearly nine months, and aftor-' wards had to use a stick as an aid to getting ab...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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MOOROOPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

MOOROOPNA. A severe wind storm, accom- panied by thunder and lightning, passed over Mooroopna on Sun- day evening and did considerable damage to the orchards in the Ardmona district, the ground in some of the orchards being strewn with pears, and many large trees were uprooted in the paddocks. Word was received on Satur-   day of the death of Miss May Moynihan, in Melbourne. The     deceased underwent a serious operation a fortnight ago which was at first thought to be suc- cessful, but complications set in and she died as stated. Miss Moynihan was a great favourite with everyone, and general sym-   pathy, is expressed for her pa- rents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Moynihan,                           of Mooroopna. The funeral takes place in Melbourne, this after- noon. &amp...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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DISTRICT NEWS. DOOKIE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 January 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. DOOKIE.     A narrow escape from serious accident befel Mr. J. MacGibbon and Mr. A. Gilmore, whilst re- turning from Dookie in a gig on Friday evening. In rounding the corner from the Dookie main road to the Chateau, the gig cap- sized, turning completely over, and pinning its occupants to the ground. Two residents witnes- sed the incident, and quickly ran to their assistance. Neither was seriously injured and both had a marvellous escape.   The property of the late Mr. Denis Treacy, who died at Yabba North twelve months ago, was put up for auction on Friday last and was purchased by Mrs. D. and Mr. J. Treacy, for £7 15/ an acre.

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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LABOR'S UNREST. FARMERS AND SETTLERS. COOPERATE. IMPORTANT SCHEME AFOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

LABOR'S UNREST. FARMERS AND SETTLERS. CO OPERATE. • • , / IMPORTANT SCHEME AFOOT. An important step in connec tion with Waterside workers'., troubles is in contemplation by the Fanners' and Settlers' Asso ciation and the Employers' Fede ration of N.S.W. The repeated stoppage of work on the, water front and the threat.Lo hold up the wheat that was not handled by unionists recently led the farT mers-and settlers to prepare^ii 1 scheme that would ensure ship ment of produce when trouble oc curred to. block shipping. Much secreQv. - had been- observed:' in' the' mailer^but it has transpired J,hat for some time the Farmers arid Settlerg' " Assoc iaiiori lias, been making "lists of farmers who would be prepared to come to Sydney anil handle produce in; it lie event, of the wharf laborers refusing: to act^TIiese, lists have been growing rapidly,' and it is stated exceed over 1000.juunes. The Wagga district alorie is said to supply fully 400 names. Re presentatives of the Farmers and Settle...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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DREDGING INDUSTRY. BOARD'S RECOMMENDATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

DREDGING INDUSTRY. ■ BOAHiy-S HECOSlMJi.NI)ATIOMs 'i'lie report ol ;i'lie Dredging-Hoard wad presented by ..the chairman. (Atr uavfusoiO. 10 line Premier ''(tlx Maty 011 Saturday, As it -locked tne signature ol - Mi* I'1. W> iuir tLite representative; of Uii* Goul uui'ii Valley;, it was retumeu to Mi' Uavitisou, wit'ii a request that tlio signature sliouid be seciiredi. The most important of llie recominen-. daiioiis 'uiat arc being made by, tile board are, (lj. that uo dredging leases sitail be granted lor land, of a« value of over. iiiJ; (2). tUat it aiiail noi be permissible lor a company, to-- idlow' more ',than 100 grains of solids.;iji-susx)euii'ons (sludge) 1'gah Ion to enter., a -.waterway,; (.3) mat iio;vleasi^a'o'y;di'edi0'iuS' ,■ oiv; iluiciiiB sliall • buTgrunted- for river, bedis. or banks, ' -.uor snail-'.--leases approaen AVithin a. <mami.ot-.auy river;. (4) Uiat: no -reasonable oftort .shail^bi: spared v to; rescue agnculturak-land from the- :siuicor or...

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NUMURKAH'S GALA DAY. CALEDONIAN SOCIETY'S SPORTS. NEXT WEEK'S GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

NUMURKAH'S GALA DAY. * CALEDONIAN SOCIETY'S , SPORTS. NEXT WEEK'S GATHERING. A week in advance of the great carnival sports meeting at Shep parton the gathering at Numur kah on Wednesday next ought to be nicely placed. It is the eighth annual sports meeting under the auspices of the Numurkah Cale donian Society. The Society's Council has spared no effort to ensure a most successful and enjoyable outing for lovers of sport and admirers of graceful dancinsr. A liberal' nroerramme has been prepared and-widely, dis tributed, and record, entries." are expected. The pedestrian events include classes for professionals; and amateurs, and for.boys and girls. Young cyclists are. well, catered l'or in two classes, under 18 and:lG,years respectively. As might be expected, from the con stitution of the- socipty,-Scottish, dancers and pipers 'get special attention.1 Fire-brigade compe titions. are ;giveii:\ta. prominent' place,' whilst an. addition, has. been made to the programme in?: the shape ...

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THE LABOR PARTY. CONFERENCE OF LEAGUES. SPEECH BY PREMIER HOLMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

THE LABOR PARTY. CONFERENCE OF LEAGUES. ;: SPEECH BY PREMIER HOLMAN. • - The annual conference of the Political,-Labor-'-leagues of the State , of Jf.SAV. began its sit tings on Monday. Mr. E. Farrar, M.L.C., presided, and about 300 delegates were present. It was decided not to admit representa tives of other than the Labor press. A motion to.admit others was lost by 87 votes to 72. Dur ing . the debate, the Speaker of the House of Assembly (Mr Mea gher) said last election they had | won a victory in defiance of the intolerance and unfairness of the [press, and it would be''a desecra j tion lo admit it to that building. I He characterised the policy6fthe ! press in the past, as "misrepre 1 sentalion and blackguarding" of their democratic party, and -re ferred lo the "virus .and venom" of the newspapers.. Among the members' of the Cabinet present were Messrs. Carmichael, Hall iand Trcile. The Premier's speech pleaded-for-mo deration, and theconsolidationof the Labor Party as essentia...

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CONSERVING FODDER. CHEAP AND EFFECTIVE METHOD. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

CONSERVING FODDER. • CHEAP" AND EFFECTIVE' '• ' -METHOD. ' ias.t" year, owing; Lo "tli e- heavy i summer rains the summer crops-; grown .at the Dookie ' College (maize! ahd : amber.;cane) were' j very heavy. Green feed;was- pleiw tiful at the lime; and-the farm ! superintendent,- -' .'Mr -Gamble,.] thought it: advisable to. store the j maize and amber cane for future , lise.-All the available silos .were.; filled;;but "there,vstilH- remained aboutfsforty'torfs "ofJgreeni foid-| der. -Mr.^Gamble conceived the idea tif making; a silo in'the,side . of a hill. For this workhe-.told, off two student's, wlio, .with';Ihe" aid of a-three-horse team, a: sin-'; gle-furrow plough, and'Xv scoop in one day' made" a trench -;66ft.> long, Oft. wide. ^and 5ft.\..deep.;; The sides were made perpehdic^ ular. Maize was carted to>lhis pit and chaffed about forty tons filling it. Old. bags were placed., on top of the cltaced maize, and the earth was then scooped back . over all, and rounded off so...

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LINES OF ADVICE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

LINES OP ADVICE, Always go to a trarteSman when you want to buy Tour Loots,! Who knows the peopled wants and keeps goods that always suit; , , rf at time3 they do not satisfy, I'm sure lie will rectify* Lt's money in your' pocket if H» MaTshall's boof# you try. Opposite' Shejjparton '"News."

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

WEDDINGS BECKHAM!—H0B.1NS.0U. '■ . An -extremely pretty wedidinjr look phico on Satufifcay, January .24 in the Presbyterian Church, Shopp'ar ton" Estate wlion i£r Olto G. Beck ham sou of .Mr anc'v Mrs Vrn. Beckham or .Geclong, was married' to Miss El leu M. Robinson, 1 oldost daughter of 3f,r and Mrs W. Rob-: inson of ■Shcpparton Estate. The ceremony, which was the itet. in file new church was c0Iebrated, by the Rev Geo. Paul. The bride, who was £ivoii away , by her father, was beautifully jrowned." She was at tended by her sisters, two acuiiif as brd£emai<ls and the J wo .youngest as pages, Mi's Koenig presi<j.ed at tile organ arid; played the bridal hymn as the bride ontered the church with her fatiior and, the Wedding March 011 Completion of the coi'emony. The wedding break fast was partaken of at the residence of the bride's parents and was at tended by a iarirc number of rela tives of bride and bridegroom. I{ev Geo Paul presided,; and" (he usual sentiments...

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PLANTING CITRUS TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

PLANTING CITRUS TREES. There is a differenco of opinion among would-be planters of citrus trees as to which is the better rea son of tlie year ,to set out Uic young trees iii their .permanent- posi-< tions. All things being equal, the spring of the year isiikely to give the 'best results;. Trees properly planted ami tended,1 at this per iod should not show a loss ex ceeding 5 per centi, and! in few instances would the failures reach this figure. By spring planting is meant from mid-tSeptember to the end' of October. Trees planted later than "this are likely to meet with a few hot, trying days before they have had time to.become established For .-'preference one might, if the work can be accomplished in the time,-; limit the period to the' last two; weeks in September and the first two weeks in October. Grow- . ers. in the irrigated districts then have water to help-them' in their work, .and an irrigation immediate ly after planting, and . another six •weeks later, will do...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

BETSOX —AVATKlX S Tile wedding took place at St. Augustine's C'lutrch of England ojr Tuesday, or ill" Staiilcv Edward Betsoii son of Mr T3o;son. of Ro chester, ;lnd Mi?s 01ara 0 raee .Wat kins, daughter of Mrs and the Jatc •Mr \VatkLns, of Tamleugh North. rni* Uerri».^ lector, otticla, -ted. The n^wly, married couple left j by tho evening1 train for Melbourne' i on their lioneym.QOiv .1 j, . % ^ 4. ]

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SHEPPARTON FREE LIBRARY. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

rSHEPPARTON FREE LIBRARY.' ANNUAL MEETING. . The annual meeting of mum' •bers.of the Shepparton Free; Lib rary and Working Men's' Glul was held onTuesday night. Pre sent: The president (Mr.MY B. M'Naughton) presided,, and four teen members were present. Apologies were accepted from Messrs. E. J. Yibert, A. Clydes dale, G. Bailey. ■ j Committee's Report. The committee, in its' report', pointed out that the year had commenced with a credit balance of £53 17/, which at the close of the ..year. December 31 last. stood at. £39 3/1. During that periodj however, ' one debenture o f £ 5 0 had been pa id; the co tt age had been, thoroughly renovated "at-a cost of £18,. and 182. new books had been carefully selected to the value of .£22 2/6.. Two cases of books had been received fi om the' Public Library... The number of books circulated was 8560, aiid:.the estimated number* of visitj-s paid was" 27,600.. The numbeWo.f subscribers on the re gis ter at close of "year -was 190. Amount, of. subs...

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A STREET MARCH FOR THE BAND CONTEST. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

A STREET MARCH FOR THE BAND CONTEST. To the Editor. I, Sir,—Our Carnival committee deserve the commendation of Un people of Sheppartori for their line sports programme for our gala day. Indeed, their enter prise in the band contest part of thtr programme has been worthy of the best thanks of all. We have a privilege at the pre sent time that few towns have in musical talent, viz, two good bands, each trying to outrival the other by becoming proilcient in the art of band music. This has been the means of a consid erable amount of enjoyment to the public, inasmuch, that when we seldom heard or saw a full band on parade, we now have a "full bill," as it were, to feast upon. The spirit of such healthy rivalry is keen, all must admit, and there has been an impetus stimulated amongst the bandsmen that is in no* small measure-attributable to the car nival committee, in providing a contest once more at the forth coming demonstration. In the programme there are prizes for quick, step and sel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

I J. P- McLENNAN'S Summer Sale ..STARTS.. Next Saturday, 17th JANUARY, 1914. GREAT B ARGAINS! •••••••• Are You — Thinking of Getting a New SUIT? SUCCESS IN UFE Must be largely attributed to a Smart, Well-dressed Appearance. •••••• ..We produce CLOTHES that embody character and refinement,..;"..-. ; QUALITY stands behind our TAILORING and creates the essentia l strong first impression which helps a mini Ui command thrit respect which is n'cessary for him to succeed. Procure one of these Fuil=value Suits-=N()W AND GET A FULL SEASON'S WEAR FROM IT. MITT0N& JBEEN The TAILORS with a reputation, WYNDHAM STREET. SHEPPARTON

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KIALLA RACES. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY The following are the handicaps:— [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

KIALLA RACES. ; WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY i. The following are the hawli cavs ; Trial Stakes, 5 furlong.-— Waipa, 9.5; Byock, 8.5; Echo. Gracile, llamac, 7.12; Chesl-'r Nan, 7.10; Prickly Pear, Jadfir. 7.7. Handicap Trot, one nii!<-— Annie Iluon. Emmie IImm. Imi tative, ' Clarionette, Clilorin-. Rockfeller, Jenny's Star. Wake ful, Home Rule, scratch: Tarb»y. Albert, galoalic, 50 yards blind; Brooklyn Jun„ 100 yards blind: B.1I., 140 yards behind. Kialla Handicap, about <>n.> mile—Bessemer, 9.5: Admir;il Grand, 9.0; Bertha Maid, 8.1,': Lady Mona, 8.5: Galeta, 7.1": Black Flora, 7.5: Greenfinch, 7.": Hiram, Aramain, 6.12; Maidlami 6.10: The Result. Aulic.. 6.8: Byock. 6.7. Hack Race? five furlongs—.Mi Smiles. 10.0; Chalmers. 9.<i: Astrakhan, 8.7; Vadastry. 8.6: Gracile, 8.5; Echo, Chester Lucy Hinton, Miss Stone, 8J>; Chester Nan, 7.12: Uumadda. 7.10; Trimettus. 7.10; Prickly Pear, Harmac, Hunianitaiv. 7.'.1: Montmart, 7.7; Gillenbah. Black Bess, Un...

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