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FACTS BEYOND DENIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 January 1914

'AUlVT JiEXUND DENIAL Now t~at nineteen hundren and thirteen " a 5 thing of the past, Oomsr to H. Marshall's shop if you want Boots to last,. He keeps the host stock" in. the Valley without doubt, Just one trial of his Boots and their value you'll shout. -Opueilto BhepEarton "bNowe."

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 January 1914

............... .. . :._ ... .. TOBACCO -Irresistible i Sold in 2 o.--and 4 os. (actual weight) Plugs, or in Cut Double-flake, packed in Dainty Silvered 2 oz. Tins. AN IDEAL TONIC FOR THE Stomach and Liver. Because it cleanses the system and gently stimulates the action of the stomach, liver, and bowels, Mother Seigel's Syrup-made from roots, barks, and leaves-soon corrects the "out-of-sorts " condition from which so many people suffer at the change of season. Thirty drops taken after meals, renew appetite and purify the blood by ensuring good digestion. \Vhen you have headaches, or pains in the stomach, flatulence, no appetite or energy, when -you soon feel done-up and weary, your stomach and liver need help, and need it sorely. Take Mother Seigel's Syrup after your meals, aod it wilt ,pcedily renew your appetite, tone up the stoniach and liver, make food nourish you, and give you new life and vigour. There is nothing to equal Mother Seicl's Syrup as a digestive tohic and stomachic...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 January 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS Fat Sheep.-27,000 yarded. Prime orossbred wethera, 18s to 193 Gd; extra do 20s to 21s; good do 16s 9d to 17a 93; second and inferior do 15s to 16', with hogget wethers 14s to 16G 6d, according to qoality; prime crossbred ewes, 15s 6d to 17s; extra do 18s to 201 9d ; good do 131 Gd to 15s; second do 12s 6d to 183 6d ; prime merino wethere, 153 9d in 17?. A. .,,,, ln TA.A. in . R 1. second do 123 to 133 6d; inferior and small, from 9s 61, with merino cwes 73 to 163; old, low-conditioned sorts, 3s 81 to O6 Gd. Fat Lambs.-22,000 were penned. Prime 143 61 to 163 G ; extra, 173. to 21s ; good, 133 to 143; second (woolly), lIs Gd to 12s 01; second (shorn), 0l to 11s; inferior do, from 9O. Fat Cattle.-3 550 yarded. Pime pens of bullocks, £11 to £12; extra do do, £12 103 to £14; good do do, £9 10l to £10s; to good light and handy weights, £8 to £9 5o ; second and infer ior, from £6. A few good pens if good and prime cows £7 to £9; odd beasts, to £l1 103; others from £4.

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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CLOSER SETTLEMENT SYSTEM. SETTLERS' HEAVY ARREARS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 January 1914

CLOSER SETTLEMENT SYSTEM, SETTLERS' HEAVX ARREARS. One of the fi-st acts of the recon stituted State Ministry is now sure to be the appointment of a Royal com mission to investigate the operation of the closer settlement system, par ticularly in relation to the dry farming eottilmonts estab!ished throughout the State. Anxiety has been felt for some time past as to the financial circum stances of the scheme, while frequent and loud complaints have been msnde by many settlers as to the treatmsnt accorded them by the Clbser So.tlemont Board. It is also alleged that the -present board, or its predecessor, re fused to purchase many properties when offered to them originally at a low figure, but subsopuently bought them when the value of the land had risen coosiderably, and it had to give 85, 50, and even, in some cases, 100 .per cent more for them. There is (says the a" rgus ). a feeling also bthat the system has grown too large for the existing method of administration, and that disorga...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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THE TALLYGAROOPNA TRAGEDY. SATURDAY NIGHT AFTER THE CLOSING HOUR. INQUEST ON WILLIAM HENRY ANSTIS. DR COOK'S IMPORTANT EVIDENCE. A VIOLENT BLOW MOST LIKELY THE CAUSE. RANDALL COMMITTED FOR TRIAL FOR MANSLAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 January 1914

THE TALLYGAKROOPNA TRAGEDY. TURDAY NIGHT AFTEB THE CLOSING HOUC-R OT:EST ON- WILtIA-d HEN ANSTIS. D. COOK'S IMPo-- TANT EVI-. DENCE. . VIOLE-ST BLOw MOST LIKELY THE CAU-2E. ANDALL COMMITTED FOR -TIL FOR yMANSrL CGUT'E 1 The adiouroeO in -tet on mi enrv Anstis, farmer, c Tal tgaroo Ca, , a concludeda t the Ehepvp? tn Cou- ma onee on Wednesday sf:ernoon by r ,td Whitehe-d. J P. depa'v co?oner eb Inspector T Ccrkfil :11 ed ethe C Sivy hile Mr W I'C Ab-rnethy in neareo fir Orville Grdn Raendll. d ao was pres-nt in cotody on then t rae of having killed the decea?-d. John Inglie, licensee cf the ictnoria otel, Tallyga:oOpna sa : On Satu 3y night laot An-tin was in the bar, In : saw him alive when i: was ja?t re 1.30 p.m. He had been there on anc Cc Sdur:neg the by. the co-in hour H sere were there Alfred Bolger,Villam t cooeter snd John Nihol. I ~ko, H cu.-ed BRndall under the name of e Yankee Sam." ' e ras in the bar3 arly that night ; and don't think he was here after 10 p.m. When the m...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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LUCERNE EXPERT'S REPORT SOME INTERESTING OBSERVATIONS. NOS. 1 AND 2 SHEPPARTON ESTATES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 January 1914

LUCERNE EXPERT'S REPORT SOME INTERESTING OBSERVA. TIONS. NOS. 1 AND 2SHEPPARTON ESTATES., Mr E n Haynes, the reprarentative of Mr H S K Ward, lucerne specialist, writes to us thus: I have made a very careful inspection of the lucerno at Sheppartcn, North iMcorocpna, Kyabram, Tongala, JIoyrga, and Rocbester, and, with the exception of a few settlers on the No 1 area at Shcrparton, find that most of the growers were well satisfied with the result of last year's marketing of this fodder. I suppose that growers at Shrpparton who have leased their lucerne paddocles.to the Etock and sta tion agents gave the matter full con sideration before taking that step; bu', quite apart from the fact of that fodder being lost for ordinary marketing pur poses, I am of the opinion that those growers would have found it more pro ti:able to have cut the lucerne for the maeket instead of leasing it for grazing purposes at the low rate of £2 per acre. No doubt, their method of using the fodder is much la.s...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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RURALISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 January 1914

RURALISMS. The wool should ply for the keep; the lamb should be profit. To make leather air-tight and yet not injure its fl:xibility, soak it thoroughly in sweet oil. The kind of cows demanded must be supplied by the use of purebred sires from oig-producing cows,'and by saving heifers from the best grade and common cows. Under present-day conditions the cow-owner cannot afford to be in the business without knowing by the scales what each cow is doing per year in return for a year's feed. Under conditions where the soil is loose and brasby, rolling in the summer time is an essential item in the cultivation of miaie crops. Thin plants of wheat tiller and thicken after the soil has been consolidated round the roots by ~seans of the roller. Nature is goqstantly fertilising the soil in her own way, bgt she requires assistance, and that aid should be given by the liberal and d;ie.ntiic use of fertilisers, farm yard mantlre, feeding stuffe, green manuring, and the other means which science...

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LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 January 1914

LOCAL PRODUCE MABlliti ial le! Butter (selling) od, 101 ug Eggs (giving) 7d Lt : Cheese (seUing), 103, la .ro Bacon ,, is Id, Is :thc Ham ,, 1s2i l.4iw Wheat (giving) 35 21 ,g Potatoes ,, s ur Onions ,, s, el; Bran ,, 1s bus. Chaff (selling) £3 .3 th Flour ,, 154 'Pi Pollard ,, Is Id bl Calfskins (giving) 51 to e6119 Sheepokins ,, 4i to 51 lb Bids ,, 41 5d lb bh le_

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PARTON JOCKEY CLUB. [?]RDAY'S SPLENDID MEETING. MONA WINS THE CLUB'S HANDICAP. EARS' DISQUALIFICATION LORD ABBOTT OWNER AND RIDER. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 January 1914

PARTON JOCKEY CLUB. 1IDAY'S SPLENDID MEET ING. MONA WINS THE. CLUB'S HANDICAP. ARS' DIEQUALIFICATION LORD ABBOTT, OWNER AND RIDER. a piping hot time ycsterday p, the beat was cf th1e "sting ,but that did not prevent a attendance of heo public at the River ccursa of the Shepparton Slob. Everybody looks forwaid ly good time thtre, no matter ' B weather may b", ccrfident ( oflicers of the club are ever do their utmost in tending to crt and convonience of all. ye, when the opportunity is roble, the c'ub will doubtless ,ore shade and shelter for the P nd also plant tiers, which a ve to further add to theattrac -f the course. Bight through -oon a hot wind blew, ard the Ed intently-- bhked cvrey bough later there were indica echnge-but the only cbeo p Iiy took place was across the itr, which went on uinlctr 4t a rapid rate. Scmmer gaob alhly the order of the day; and t_, who attended In large :were habited almost without i in white or lightly tintcd swhich served to largely add to irelquer...

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BREVITY BUREAU. Full moon on Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 January 1914

BREVITY BUREAU. FROM THE FOUR QUARTERS. Full moon on Monday Mr Wtitt, Premier, outlined the Ministerial policy in a speech at Essen Ion Hall on Monday night. Was a ,ghting speechb. Lndsoeekers and farm workers who arrived in Vic'oria during 1913 brought with them total capital of £113,260. Bandsman Blake, who defeated the "D:xio Kid" at the Ring on New Year's night, to be presented with the belt won by Jem Mace, thoEnglish champion of the early days EOROSES SKIN FOOD. Every woman who wishes to appear beautiful should use "'SOROSES" for the skin, it being unsurpassed in'pre aerving the complexion. SOBOES SKIN FOOD is FRESHENING, SOF I'ENING, CLEANSING, and BEAUTIFYING, makes all blemishes such as PIMIPLES, FRECKLES, WRINKLES, SUNBURN & 8AL I 0 WVNE:S disappear like magic. Price, 2s 61 per Jar. Obtainable at all Chem sts and Stores. Paris correspondent of "Sportsman" states the Athletic Commission of New York, which controls boxing in that State, has agreed to proposal of Inte...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 January 1914

JI FSUN AL; ceo IC Mrs JJhn Hunt, of .,irrigoance improved in health sufiIcien:ly to:leh to return home. cc Mr and Mrs W. A. Riedell, of mI gala, have aut5fred bereavemont btrc death of their infant son, Hecter Ar c D): Wight who hbad been cailed it, tol that the illness was primarly due:m: hot weather. ' MIr C. Thrussell, an obic e emaou in the district secretary's o01:e, 'gi Commissian, Tatura. is again iauelis He has been granted extended of absence, and is at preseMe Melbourne. at The Rev J. A. Rewell, vicar tir Saints Churcb, Tatura, has had to lit cult a specialist owing to a n-:e breakdown. a At the meeting of the local brans?.b be A.N. A n Tuesday eeniag, Mh. Gourley was presentel by the prei7e Mr F A Attwood, with an ex-presi.7B ertificate, al, It will be learned with much rb(( hat Mrs Mact.oer (nee FiossiteII:a f Shpparton), wife of Mr Willi:et factier, of Tatura) died at about 4: n Tuesday. The accouchement coI leceascd lady, who was marric?3n abou a year ago, took place ...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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"CADET LANYON." ON HOLIDAY IN SHEPPARTON. CADET FROM THE AUSTRALIAN MILITARY COLLEGE. A SERIOUS AND STRENUOUS LIFE. NOT WITHOUT SPORT AND DANCING. HOW THE DAY IS DIVIDED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 January 1914

"CADET LANYON." ON HOLIDAY IN SHFPPARTON. CADET FROM THE AUSTRALIAN MILITARY COLLEGE. A SERIOUS AND STRENUOUS LIFE. NOT WITHOUT SPORT AND DANOING. HOW THE DAY IS DIVIDED. Mr Harold LTayot, son of Mr H T L?nyon, manager, Shopparton branobh of the Bank of Australasia, and Mrs Lanyon, is spending. his Christmas vacation with his parents-away from Duntroon Military College, Canberra, where he is one of the 110 cadets who are in training for commissions in the Australian Army. Q siet but meditative, unassuming yet enthusiastic, young Linyon looks upon the future that spreads its alluring canvas before him wibh an amlnunt of circumspection that augurs well fhr him. It is indicative Gf a spirit that is no, volati's, and' of a disposition that is rot to be swayed bi.her and thither like a weathercook by the paeeing breeze. -It is no easy matter to induce him to speak of the doings at Dantroon, a feeling en couraged by the desire to efface him self. And, ?at, as is well known to many, he is ...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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LUCERNE IN CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 January 1914

LUCERNE IN CALIFORNIA. Californian ideas abnt lucerne are thus submitted in a circular from that country: -"Lucurne"is. a deep-feeding plant, sending its tap root far down into the soil for nutriment, and a deep, well-drain ed, moderately heavy loam, with no hard pan between the surface soil anti the water-bearing stratuin. is to be preferred. The best lucerne field in Oalifprnia are on soun soils. But short of the pma.i muin of advantages the crop flourishes wetisfaotorily in many cases on light, Bgudy-soiis and heavy clays. Soils c02tainlng water close to the surface are to be avoided, as in these the tap root is likely to decay; therefore good natural, `or artificial drainage is essential to success with this crop. Most of the Californian soils are 'well supplied with the mineral plant food necessary for enuccess with the crops, but iu many there is a deficiency of humus. To supply organic matter a winter green crop maybe grown and ploughed in early in the spring be. fore the luc...

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SADDLING THE CEMETRY TRUSTEES. CR W. PHILLIPS' PROPOSED PUBLIC SUBSCRIPTION. (To the Editor of "The Advertiser.") [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 January 1914

SADDLING THE OE "l'b ati TRUSTEES, ah CR W. PHILLIPS' FpOPCOSED PUBLIC SUBSCIIPTION. Ist (To the EKitor of " The Advi' ti'er'Ee Sr,.-I understaud tLhb the She?T :on Cemetery Trust proposes tO 'E £400 for the purpose of payig t0o" sairs, etc. On a former occss:on ?sc noney was raised the cuembers "t ,e Lrust signed a "joint sad ?EvdtU )o you not thiuk that it iS nli"i" f Iavo them saddled in this way in iection with "God's acre " I ,o?.- h bat the public should assist ch is bo matter of the fund, and to:'", hat object forward a giOnsl:L, fC ,et ou kindly receive subscription-l l -i ame purpose ?-Yours, etc. t Wi"LLI.'I ILLI'l It would giFeo as muccuh plessure ;copt subecriptious as sucSge-Jet .ly hillips, from wo wbou we bve recetrd 1 le,-Eoa. SA. 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 January 1914

YOU SHOULD BE DETER- t MINED n rc-ctino the worthless and fre quently injuriously counterfeits which are sometimes published for the sake of e greater rain as "just as good" as the GENUINF S 4NDER& SONS' PUR VOLATILE EUCALYPTI E. .TRACT is rgecogised by the highest medical athbo iti" as rossessmng unque stiriulating, hea!ingt and antiseptic poiers. T'heproeparation of ,ANDERS' EXTRACr from the pure selected leaves, and the refinement by special pro cesses, give it curative virtues peculiarly its own. Therefore, be not misled. De mand and insist upon the QENIIN~ SANDIR E.T ACT1 and yop will plrive tip benejit that thousa'nds have eiiepe? fl ol it b'foe, When ill you should not depress your self more by the common bu'ky, any nauseating eucalyptus oils end soecalled "extracts." Whst you want is qualitd and reliability in small d se: and thbU you will find only in ?ANDE.1 8 FX1 TRAPC''._ THE 6EST IN ,bI " "--- '"--- --?"~ "- THhE VOQ4.0 11+111 Car{on o: P. PorceI. ati, -' Va S I...

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WEDDING BELLS. PORTER—WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 January 1914

WEDDING BELLS. PORTER--WHITE, A very pretty wedding was celebrated at St Augustine's Church of England, Shepparton, on Saturday last, when Miss Ethel White (only daughter of Mrs Lynch, of Shepparton), was mar ried tb Mr A J Porter,'of Messrs Quig gin Bros. (only son of Mr A Porter. of Maryborough). The bride, who was given away b) her uncle, Mr S Pinner (of Western Australia), was charmingly attired in white Oriental satin, trimmed with Limerick lace and pearls; a very pretty wreath and veil being worn. The bridesmaid, Miss Grace Wilson, looked exceedingly dainty in her dress of shell pink silk deobhine, with hat sn suite. She carried a choice bouquet of pink roses and maiden hair fern. The train bearers were the Misses Cora Crilly and Eileen Wilson, and 'were prettily dressed in shower hail spot with hats to match. The mother of the bride wore a dress of black corded silk, with black hat trim med with ostrioh plume. Mr F Reville acted as best man. Asthe bridal party entered the chu...

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THAT JOSTLED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 January 1914

! THAT JOSTLED.-Thomas Henry jn eldeily man, who was b, fore it just a mcnth ago, was again Police Court on Wednesday, d with having been drunk and nly. Constable V 'Thomas had d him tho night previous in am-street, when he was trying his legs from jostline ogainst her. Mr J D Mitchell, J.P., who the Bench, now fired him 10s. plan on view atMurs Donaldson's 'row Manger to Cross." y IN FrLA31ES - Quito a sEnsation ,s-d at the Presbyterian Church, , on Sunday sst. It was just e afternoon scrvice, and somne of wlhen tbh bngpy in wbitb Mr and oohn 8tcwart were burst into A ci r n: wind was b!owina ya nr k fuhll of woter Was a: nd willing hands econ snhdued ., bt rot beforo several articles trel ur.der tLb seat had been e: n and the Lark and front of the oged. Efl SEEI). - Pawltorno IBro have highrst rrade, eweet, Lmernrcfle and .Tapanr c NTIlet r sale 32d and 2d lb cash. Vi Ito tnt Garden Fete on Flbwu;ry d and 4th .cal to cave, with option of puro 51) ares nmar Sbcpparton

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 January 1914

Sales at Shepparton Corporation Yards. CATTLE ... ... JAN 29 SHEEP ... ... ... JAN 13 PIGS ......... JAN 26 WATTS, TURNBULL & CO.'S SALES : DOOKIE, AndJ every Fourth Monday after wards. E itries invited. YABBA NORTH, And every Funrth Monday after wards Entries invited. WATTS, TURNBULI, & CO., STOCK & STATION AGENTS, and, Financial, Estato, Insurance and G:ooral Commisaion Agents. IIEAU Ovrrc-3-BENALLA I uAN?cisi - Violet Town, Mansfield, Euros, Wangaratta, Butherglen, Devcninh and Thoona BLIA uIKITS - Bcualla, fortnightly, every alternate Tuceday Do-eniab, Monthly Euros, fortnightly, 2nd and 4th Thurs day Mansfilld, monthly, 4th Friday Violet Town, monthbly, 3rd Friday Wangaratta, Ca:Llo and Sh.rp, every alternato Thursday. Pigs, every alternato Mor.day LOANS NEGO'TIATED.-Monoy to Loand in largo or emrll aur?e, at lowest rates of intcroet and o'aarges VALUATION MADE. G. II. ?. mtAUIenI, Managing Partner O. TUtNISULL, Auctioneer and Bworn Valuator Agents for -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 January 1914

3000 (three thousand) Pairs of Men's, .Women's and Children's Boots & Shoes will be offered at this Sale at prices that will Defy Competition. The Finest Stock of Footwear in the Valley will be shown, At a M iuimum.of Profit thatm,.st effect heavy sales; .". Lail in while the?ranges are int'ct 'At present we have a ful" ass;tment of sizes. At the same time a SALE OF LAlIES' WHIlTEWORK will be held. This opportunity of replenishing the stock of Underclothing at rudiculous prices should not b missed. NOW ON at THE MILLER STORES, SHEPPARTON. ?k l "T~~Bi ,~ ,::. • - ,?" 'OWE & CU:S r gnificent Display of Xmas Presents, ding Dolls, Toys and all the Latest Novelties in Xmas Gifts.. display we are making this year far exceeds anything we have n and comprises a unique assortment of Artistic and Beanti. s suitable for presentation purposes. RS-Bring your children along without delay. This is the great treat in the year for them. der Wyndharn and High Streets, Shepparton, _?, ...

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SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 8 January 1914

SUNDAY SERVICES. BAPTIST Cuse(scsi.-Shepparton, 11 t nd 7 30, R?v J W TaomAe. Karra. nomus 2 30, Mc D:e PaeseYTeaIs --Shepparton 11. Shep. oar:on E-taot7.30-IMr R. H. Roberts. Pnhe Ledge ll, Shepparton Es:t 3, Shep arton 7.30 -R :v George Paul SALVATIOS AeIVr-7 and 11 a t., 3 and 7 3) p.m.-Ensgan Croaemsa ANGsoc.ta.-I Sunday after Epiphany. St. Augustine's Shepparlon-8 a.m, Ioly Communion; 11 a.m, Matin? and Sermou; 7.30 p.m, Evensong and SErmon--The Rector. All Saints', ,.l lIge Settl.mern, 3.3) p m , Eveneong and Sermoo.--Mr Metcalf. St Peter's, Arcadia 11, Matins and Sermon.-Rev D. Ehmrris. Tallygoroopena-11, St LJhn'; 3 p.m, Ktandra; 7 30 p.m, St Luke's.--R? G A Horner MIETHODrsT -- Shepparton, 11 Mr Loag; 7 30, Mr Larg. Moorcopna, 11, SIr G:.h:m; 7 30, Rev Millikan. Tally ?arocpca, 3, MIc Oborne; 73), Mr Potts. Caniambo, 2 30, Rev Phillips. Pine Lodge, 3, Mc Ez ard, Tank Cor ner, 11, RBe Millikan. Kiolla, 11, Rev Phillips. Congupna, 3, Rev Millikan. 3rahamvale, 3, MI Graham

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