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CHAMBER OF AGRICULTURE. BULK HANDLING OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

CHAMBER OF AGRICULTURE. 1 ! BULK HANDLING OF WHEAT. At the recent-quarterly meet-, ing of the Chamber of Agricul ture, the president (Mr. Duncan M'Lennan) presided. Reference was made in the exe cutive committee's report to the bulk handling of wheat. The Pre sident said that the system met with universal approval. The Premier (Mr. Watt) intended to refer if to the Premier's confe rence. -He considered it was a system that should t»e adopted throughout Australia, for the reason that, the States generally could handle all the business much better than they could in dividually, particularly in the ar rangements with shipping com panics. On the motion ol Mr. .\v.. G. M'Robert (Bendigo);; seconded, by Mr. C. W. Wood (Lancefield), it was decided to hold a confe-. rence in Melbourne, prior to the Premiers' conference to further consider the question,, and make recommendations, each inter state chamber to send three dole-. fates. The president,: Mr. Ken ell. M.H.R. (Geelong), and Mr: M-Rob...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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SHEPPARTON MARKETS Pigs [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

SHEPPARTON MARKETS Pips Monday, January 26, ll'li A moderate yarding of pis forward to a large attendance of buyers. Tlic market was lirm throughout, bacon pir's slightly better than previou: market. Tola! penned. 166 head including 70 fat pigs. A total clearance was etre<>ted at auc tion. Quotations:— Prime bacon 66/6 .to 70/: good bacon 61/ to 64/6,' medium quality, 56/ to 59/6; light sort?. •i8/ to 54/; back fats. good. 70' to 90/; porkers, 39/ to 15 : bacon stores 43/ to 50/; young stoves, 31/6 to 36/; small d".. 26/6:to 29/6; l>ig slips 23/6 1^ 24/6; medium do., 21/ to 22/0: inferior sorts 17/ to 19/6; sin kers sold at 17/ 18/ and 19/: closing sales the weakest. Sheep Tuesday, January 27. -An average yarding of sheep forward to a full attendance of the public: also fair number of buyers' and prospective buyer?. Tone of the market was llrni. throughout, with slightly better prices than previous market. Total penned, 6199 head, inclu ding 898 head of sheep in tIk...

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

SALES AT SHEPPARTON COR PORATION YARDS. CATTLE ... FEBRUARY 3 PIGS ... FEBRUARY 9 SHEEP • ... FEBRUARY 10 AUCTION SALES TO COME. A USEFUL SUMMARY. Friday, January 30. Mrs Gephart's Clearing Sale, Barwo. Tatura Horse Sale. „ Numurkah Stock Sale. Saturday, January 31. Tatura Pig Sale. Monday, February 2.: Tungainah Stock Sale. St. James Stock Sale. R. Willgoose's Clearing Sale at Youanmite. Nathalia Pig Sale. v R. Petliybridge's Clearing Sale, at Arcadia. ~ •' •!/' Dookie Stock Sale. : ; Yarrawonga Pig Sale. Tuesday, February 3. Berrigan Horse Sale. Shepparton Cattle Sale. Katamatite Pig Sale. G. M. Thomas's Clearing Sale, at Kotupna. ' Wednesday, February 4. .sr?. \V. Bean's Clearing Sale, T&tur& J. and S. M'Crum's Clearing Sale at Bunbartha. Strathmerton Stock Sale. February 5. Yarrawonga Stock Sale. Tatura Stock Sale. A. Hutchison's Clearing Sale, Shepparton East. Alex. Oliver's Clearing Sale, Wattville. February 6. Violet Town Stock Sale. Numurkah Stock Sale. Lease...

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

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Shepparion Rews Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

SlKpparion Rews Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1914. A public meeting in connec tion with the opposition to the electric light scheme for Moo roopna was held at Ardmona on Tuesday evening. There was a oor attendance, representatives oing present from North Moo roopna and Mooroopna. Mr. Jas. Thompson was voted to" the chair, and after Cr. jMcL'erinatv had explained the> scherric, Messrs Pickworth and^Lerine ex pressed themselves ' in. favor, of the proposition, and Mr. M!Clure strongly opposed it. On a- vole being taken, the Ardmona rep resentatives were all in favor of the proposition. "' ' The selection of a liberal can didate to contest the Goulburn Valley seat is to be. taken on 2nd June. Mr. JD. G; Morrison is one of the liberal candidates (re marks the Tatura:.,'Guardian'), and is being strongly supoortsd in the Numurkah district. The operaitions-bf £he Rush worth butteiv i factory company, for the half year ending the 31st December, .1913, re...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

CHURCH 8ERVICES. Chdrch or Christ—Worship, 11 a.m. ; Bible School, 2.45 p m. ; Gospel, 7.30 p.m. Copgrovo 3. Preuohcr, Mr H. M. Clipstone. The Salvatiox Aksiv—Sunday meet ings—7a.m. and 11a.m., und 7.30.p.m. YVolcome to Ensign and Lieut. Baker. Anglican - IV Sunday alter Epiphany. St Augustine's, Shepparton, 8 a.m., Holy I Communion; 11 a.m., Holy Euoharist and Sermon ; 7.30 p.m., Evensong and Sermon. Tho Rector, Shepparton East 3 p.m., Evensong and Sormou. .. Arcadia 3 p.m., Evensong and Sermon. Rev. D. Sherris. Tullygaroopna, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m St. Luke's ; 3 p.m., St. John*s. Rev. A. G. Horner. Presbyterian.— Shepparton, 11 a.m. and 7 30 p.m. Subject : Gambling—Its Baneful Influence and our Duty towards it. Pino Lodge 3 p.m.—Rev. Geo. Paul. Arcadia 11 a.m. ; Kialla 3 p.m ; Shep-, parton Estate 7.30 p.m. —Mr A. J. Kipper. < Methodist.—Shepparton, 11 a.m., Mr J, Phillips; 7.30p.m., Rev. W. Millikan. Subject: The Influenoe of Gambling on •Sport. Mooroopna II, Rev. Milli...

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

PHCENIX ASSURANCE GO. ltd. estd. 1782. fire. aooident. employer8' liability. LOSSES paid EXCEED £85,000,00& uiw bv feush FIRES and b» uqhthim ars made, good by this Company. agentstwanted. Victorian 461 to 471 bourke ST., 225211 Melbourne. dalcitya eo. ltd.. ACirrs. Prentlce-sL. Kant g£J TCJIda. September 2, 1»1S. Hr. Brln.—I. & mother of «lev«n chll tron. writ#* to help If possible hard-work nr mothers who have votme children at •endln* school. T think you should mak* tnnwn vnur Pomade for the head rt* effect Is miraculous. My crlrls attend *h«» Windsor Convent School, and their ieads have heen shown as an exampl if eond. the ®ffect of Pedlc Pnmade. Tr» innttae to mothers who. unfortunatelv hav* to ro nut workfne It should he ▼inr** irenerally known. T *lve you wltV i h®art and a half permlaalon to mak« \nv nmm yon wish of this letter—Your* ntfrs.> KJACTC rVCALLAGTTAN p«dlc Pomade for the head destrov* Tormln and Nits: Is sold by all Chemist* «n<* Rtnr...

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ADVANCED AGRICULTURE. ARTIFICIALS AND QUALITY [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

ADVANCED AGRICULTURE. artificials axd quality Has the general use of artificials feeding stutfs and fertilisers nad a tendency, while increasing the bulk of animals as well as of crops, to lower the average quality? Are our vaunted giant roots half water, our big crops of potatoes more prone to disease the barley not up to the old standard, the hay not so nourishing.?. Is the stocic on" our farms more delicate and liable to be attacked b? the perms of any disease that m&y be in the •airj . It is sometimes asserted (says "Mark Lane Express'^) that the modern system of intensive soil and stock cultivation involves a departure from the laws of Nature, and will therefore bring its 'own Nemesis. Is this so? Are we really retrograding and abusing the means which science has placed at the disposal of agriculturists?. •First, as to artificial manures. If the quality of crops is not satis factory, can this fairly be attributed to the use of superphosphate or basic slaig, or Peruvian ...

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DOOKIE COLLEGE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

DOOKIE COLLEGE NOTES. Harvesting operations are now ] over, and the various stacks are! being thatched. The yearly exa- I minations are now being held, 1 and the students are taking ad- I vantage of every opportunity to study. The summer session ends on Friday, February 6. Currawa, one of the new wheats produced by Mr. Pye," is proving its worth in many parts of Victoria, often beating Federa- j tion by a wide margin. Yields I of 10, 11, and 13, and even over 14 bags per acre have been re ported.* Some of Mr. Pye's later wheats bid fair- to rival, if not I to excel, Currawa. Orders for| Currawa are coming in from all parts, and many would-be pur chasers will probably be disap pointed.

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NEW IMPRESSION [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

NEW IMPRESSION j „ Some interesting impressions by a Canadian visiting England are given " in the "Morning Post." •' My first impressions of Englatad gtinod through a oar window* he wrltea. > Now, I knew all about the smallness of the fields, their fresh green, the hedges, the softly rounded trees; we Britons from overseas are trained to expept these, and the Eng lish oountryside is astonishingly fa miliar to us at the first glance. But one thing did give me''a start certain very large fields, brown, and bare, ready, I suppose, for their win ter snow-blanket. What struck me was partly their great size, but more the exquisite neatness and finish with . which they had been ploughed and harrowed. Mine is a country of hun dred-acre farms, with fields neither so large as your larger nor so small as your smaller fields, and of a husband ry limited not so much by deficiency of j knowledge as by the lack of hands. But my first real start came south of the Thames, when ray train, was bear...

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GOULBURN VALLEY FIRE BRIGADES. DEMONSTRATION AT COBRAM SHEPPARTON BRINGS BACK THE SHIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

goulburn valley fire : 4r/-:;brigades. . DEMONSTRATION AT COBRAM S HEP PA RTOX BRINGS BACK T1IE ;SI11ELD. ' •• The boisterous.winds: of yes terday "militated against record times being registered \ tit . the Goulb.urn .Valley Fire Brigades'• demonstration held at Cobram. Yet some. very ilne i" work was dd'tie'iellie-Ccibrnn^Jhugaile and their Jrierids did: everything pos sible to' maKe the gathering a success from all points of view, and in " this respect were very, successful. . Snepparlon repre sentatives put iii some very fine work, and, securing the highest aggregate, brought, back with them the shield, , which they again hold till next year's demon stration. At a meeting . of captains which was held during the day Rushworth was given an opportunity of securing the next demonstration, .and was givinv till May 1,' to make up its mind on the point. Failing Rush worth, Cobram . will probably again take it oh. It was deci ded to hold the annual meetings,• in< future, on t...

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LONDON PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

LONDON PROBLEM No confirmation of the report re ferred to at a meeting of the London County Council—that a great soheme is In preparation for the amalgamation of all the electric supply companies In London—could be obtained by a "Dally News" representative whp, on Novem ber 26, made in (juries at the .County of Condon Electric Supply Company. The Bill which the company is pro moting for postponing the date at which the London County Council may purchase the electric companies has,, our represntative was informed, noth ing to do with the question of amal gamation. Despite these denals, the question of the future of London's sup ply is admittedly causing increased anxiety and interest. I There are thirteen private companies < and 15 local authorities producing elec tricity In the Council area. The total capital of the companies is about four teen millions, that of the local 'autho rities about six and a ihalf millions. In addition the borough councils are con stantly Increa...

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DOOKIE RACES BOISTEROUS WINDS. RECORD ATTENDENCE FIRST CLASS RACING [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

j . , DOOKIE RACES, : UOISTilROUS" WINDS. ftECOfl D ATTESDAXCE ' 1'j RST-.CL A SS At'l^' G - \\ elided in between t wo very hue tfays; yesterUajy;s race meeting at ■ voouo-.-waa no* «pcc«».lj- ■ well-lav-, 'orcd: as .regard* weatheiv.-A' decid-. co'.y ; ,siitl urcfKu ..prevailed,*-,(luring the great,,!- :p«r.t- or ihe u.ay, rais ing- uae diusi and .making tilings mosf uncomfortake. . I5"'i; . j ejple • from a area H'oio not 10 be deterred . oy mere 11)lu 11. ftoin. attending ^ luuciion which tiieyh.au been an ticipating lor :wecKs :audj months,. : so. :there wa*s a.- , record ,.ai-l: lendaiicc. Upwards of A.oi) was taken at ilie gates \vluuh is a s.ight ad vance, juml'ast; .year. .Tuo -rac^f meeting at Dookie is a piciricgainonng, and 1 whilst nioit people: may. go to see the rates,,;there.varo/riqt a .few who gather rhere: annually, to renew acs quaiiitaiices .and, maVe; Tresh friends AUiijoug'li the suii's rays wore never unpleasant ly warm : yesterday," the | cool'shades of the u...

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STORY OF LORD DUNEDIN [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

STORY OF LORD DUNEDIN Among the stories going the rounds at ihe moment concerning Lord Dune din Is one which tells how he once incurred judicial censure (says the "Westminster Gazette"). In the days when he acted as junior counsel' he chanced to be voicing the interests of a client in the Second Division of the Court of Session, Edinburgh, and, ap parently finding his arguments less persuasive than he could have wished, he requested their lordships to imagine for the moment that they were navvies, and to look ,at the question from the workers' standpoint. Thereupon Lord Moncrleff, who then acted as Lord Jus tice-Clerk, informed the audaciouu advocate that "the Invitation was one quite unsuited to the dignity of the Court."

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

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SALVE OF SLEEP [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

SALVE OF SLEEP Joy, Temperance, and Repose I Slam the door on the doctor's nose. This old saying was quoted with ap proval by Professor William Stirling of Manchester—described by SI r James Crichton BroWne as "the mo3t brilliant exponent of modern physio logy"—In a lecture at the Barnes Hall of the Royal Society of Medicine, "Wimpole street, W., last evening (re ports the "Dally News" of (November 28). Muscular fatigue, said the Profes sor, gradually. used up the chemical reserves upon which our movements depended, and, in addition, poisonous by-products were formed which often remained to clog the machine and to act as toxins. Severe bodily exercise, he declared, was incompatible with full digestive activity. "After dinner rest awhile" was part of the proverbial wisdom of Salerno. Mental fatigue greatly im paired bodily activity,'and physical or muscular disease had a. distinct effect * oji brain activity. The too ardent but untrained Alpine climber, the enthusiastic but unseas on...

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CONCERNING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

CONCERNING PEOPLE. ' (iuard 'Charlie' Wiliiams, why ;i;!s officiated on the Tooh\nif>a l'Vliuca line for many yeais. has oeeit transferred to a similar position on the Bright Ir.-in. Williams (remarks the Tatura 'Guardian') is a gonial ollieia.,' at all limes courteous and a man who went to ji .great do a I of trouble in endeavoring to assist Ut pub:c. Hi3 .many friend.0 wish lum every success in his 1"-V\ The death look place on Mon day; January 20, at his'son-in law s residence, Gar ay Garag', of ■Mr. Samuel Teague Jcw/*11. plas terer, formerly of Shepparlon. The deceased, who was 77 years iof age, had been in failing health Ifor some considerable lime. He kvas living in Nixon-streel, with his soil until quite recently. Tho late Mi-. Jewell was a native of Cornwall (Eng.) and was a col onist of 52 years, .lie was very highly-respected. He was a widower, jahd leaves a grown up .'family, ; Mr. Jewell was, sumo years ago, a' farrinir near Mur oliison. 1; • Mr. Scale; has; been app...

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VOTS OF CAMP LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

I \OTKS OF r.AMI' I.IKE. Bv A Tr<...i. on.' i'I' ill- f:i-! things with v.liit'h a -I''1'-" J-""'-'* :uv ,n!iiinl.'ii Ui'.'ii ;i!Tiv;i! in ramp that iii!if'»rwi:y and order miJ-'l i"' Hi'' 111 I1'111'1' ot a, Vrll Ilk.' u:ill wlli'll ynll Itfcf" .-tvf,- wli!.-lj ;i p'-rson niiflit j.i.tjii in .'v.'i'yday a!iriili""ii to j,;, I'll" necessity for uui!"t''nitv may well expres in tli.' wi.Hi- Warranl .iffitvr wh>■ itl thai any rii-r-ull ill ! i: t i I • >! !.'l "I •Illy de. rri|'tii-'ii. Ii''iii- >" liitV.-ri'iil from Hi,' "I'lliimry I'iMlian. attracts iiihiv a!lt'iiii"ii. and if there are any i.'iT'>!> in <li'*^- lack of uiiifi'i'iiiitv tlir-:'!' i> a hiir elianee ■•f -li.'ll .'iiMT.'p::!u\v l''-iilg 110 tii'.-il. S.'lilii'i'-, ili«'r«>fi>rt.'. had I'ai'i'ful >if dress anil tlie way isi whii'h wi-iv exe (il!"'"l. N.iiii"' ti'""p> h;><I arrived mi III" Friilay wiiith»* ^rea trr pi'it i"ii "'f ill"- Mjiiaiir"ii i-iiin ;iii...

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SHEPPARTON'S MILITARY CAMP. SHOW GROUNDS VACATED. SMART WORK BY TROOPS. NOTES ON THE CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

MILITARY V..QW GHOUNHS VACATED. J LrTNvJ^ rnQOlf?:;;. If noti» «)NJ2ie gam^ £: c:,ilR' !l" soon I he troops in camp Hie show gi'miiuis. as they iv iusl be.trimiint' to take; to irork. The forenoon was ,led iiv the ('oili-ain recruits iiiiul standard, test' of, (rv. Tin's took place ori! epparton range, and the' incessant tiring: from an uonr paw (In.' impression (Ik1 was besieyed by Homy. Tin* trained soldiers ..-(•ivodVi>iih" useful instruction protection "hili' at rest, and itnosls work. Tho afternoon spent in "striking" camp, die cMx'i'ii'in't' so gained In' found useful at liroad ,,hi next iiii'iilli. - Tin- wi'uii-- Inuii Cobram' ml the Duuki" •'"'iting-fiit re-1 H> tlu'ir homes by..., the'! trains. Tin1 li'oops from | Kaii left i'> I lie evening Tlii' viirii'its instructors in tli-' highest terms 'of work ck'iii* ' i.- Ii l Hi rough (he Tliey wore .-pee ially-well uith tin' pro-ross made j v ih.' recruits. DcfoiV 111'' camp was "struck" ' I (inwry r-ad a message! ivc-...

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STATE SCHOOLS' OPENING. SHEEPARTON'S QUADRANGUE. PRESENTATION OF PICTURE. MR; W. ORR'S TACTFUL SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

STATE " SCHOOLS' OPENING. sHEEP&fcrdx.^' ^QuAioibire^i5 PRESENTATION OF PICTURE. MR; V. OrR'S TACTFUL SPEECH; Duties'were resumed on Tuesday 'at all State-schools' in Victoria .slter the. midsummer holidays. The I'e-suuiplioii of work at State-.rchool No.. 1460, Sliepparton, was marked by ail •interesting' little ceremony .which took'place ill 'the quadrangle '.\'bw this quadrangle, is' already a rioted' place; and it is li'celv to be enshrined in the memory of encl> child attending the school since us 're-jnodclling'by reason of its many pleasant 'afsoeia.ions. The n;-open ing ceremony,':for instance, was onp ;of those functions which servodi to >taiup it' on ' the youthful mind! On ' i'uosdtiy afternoon, a'. 3 o'clock, the children' assembled-in the quadrau ,,ile,; under the shelter of tiie verend.a around it. for the' ceremony in ques tion. .This consisted;, of the prcscii ^tat-ibh'1 or a eteel engraving-, suit ably'-framed1, being a copy of the ,>:eture in the N...

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