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BAGS ON HIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 29 January 1914

BAGS ON HIRE. A:, custom which has much to re-j commend/. it, from' the producer's point! of view, at any rate, holds 1 m many parts of .'the old. country! it no't in all. This is. in connection 1 with (grain bags, which are not pur-' chasccii/.cach season by farmers, and pfac'ticaliy given away as here; but; are hired! often on & systcm which , niakeS.; thciiv free, . to farmers. The hiring ' companies have d,epot3 at: every • centre, Jrom which the bags ' can jbe; hired, and to which they are returned when ;flnished with. As j a rule, the farhvers ;dpnot market their' grain, bujt; sell it to the miller; often before "it Is thrashed; contract-.: ing. to d'elivier so ."many bushels at! a fixed, price as is occasionally done here; before ".'harvest starts. The bags J are then obiaine^ from' the hiring Arm/ in the .1151110 of the miller.' Tliejt .'are. large stout bags, hold- j in'g four. bushels, when tied/ round' ..the 'neck .wh'ich is (he customary way; of ."closing them. T...

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DISTRICT NEWS. DOOKIE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 February 1914

/ DISTRICT NEtlOT; j dookie; , , f ' A storm ;of Qyclonio violence;; swe^t the town and -district-on Sunday night. It was accompa nied by loud peals of thunder and vivid lightning. A heavy down pour of rain followed, but was of short duration. A number of residents just returning home from church had exciting expe riences~with their horses which took fright" at the peals of thunder and flashes of ight ning. Fortunately, no harm was reported. Later on in the night, further rain fell, and with a few sharp showers on Monday night brought , the total to 39 points. This will prove of great benefit to householders, many of whose tanks were empty/ .Vig nerons gladly welcome the ram as it'will have a stimulating ef fect upon the grapes. The out lying districts appear to have had heavier rain. Stewarton and Nalinga report having had very heavy rains, but no damage was done by the wind. At the local show grounds a portion of the iron fence surrounding the grounds was blown down. • ♦ . - i • "...

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CHURCH ASSOCIATION V. WUNGHNU ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 February 1914

CHURCH ASSOCIATION V. . WUNGHNU ASSOCIATION." ; The match arranged for,Mon day last (Foundation Day) be tween teams representing Shep parton Churches' Association and Wurighnu C.C.,'proved a most enjoyable fiffair. The visi tors arrived by the early train, and put up at Ware's Goulburn : Valley Hotel.. Play was started soon after 11 a.m. on the recit ation "reserve, which was/in fair order. The home team was cap tained by A. Date, and H. Cook was in command of the visiting team. 'Victory rested with the association representatives -as the appended scores vvvill show. The teams adjourned at,1 p.m.for luncheon• which was admirably served at the Goulburn Valley Hotel,-Mrs Ware proving a most capable-hostess, whilst the sex-; vice was lirst-class. Mr. A. Date presided, and the following brief toast list was negotiated:—"The King,-" by the'ehairman; "The Wunghnu Cricket Team," by-Mr Geo. Shawe (vice-captain); re sponse by Mi- H. Cook (captain); "JVumurkah and Kataniatite Cricket Associat...

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CRICKET. CHURCHES ASSOCIATION MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 February 1914

CRICKET.. CHURCHES. ASSOCIATION : MATCHES, On Wednesday afternoon on the recreation' reserve Church of England easily .defeated the Methodists by 8 wickets and 58 runs; Scores:-—. . \ Church of England: Fewster, not out, 101; Gooley, b Graham, 0; Palmer, not out, 49j Lyons, lbw, b M'Coll, 30; sundries, 14; total, 2 wickets for 194 (innings closed). • ■ • , Methodists: H. P. Phillips, not out,-64; A. Hebbard, b Shawe; 16; B.-M'Coll, o-and b Palmer, 25; N. .Graham, lbw, b Palmer. 17; G. Graham, sU; Byass. b Palmer, 0; Molier, c Lyons b Date, 4; Tremellan, b Shawe, 7; Smyth, c and -b Palmer,- 0; D. Fair, lbw, b Palmer, 0; A. Eddy, c Fidler, b Palmer, 0; W..F. Johns" (absent)' 0; sundries, 3; total, 136. Palmer took 6 wickets ftff 23 runs, Shawe, 2 for 33, and Date, 1 for 41. '

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GAMBLING. ITS BANEFUL INFLUENCE. THE CHRISTIANS DUTY TOWARDS IT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 February 1914

GAMBLING. ITS BANEFUL INFLUENCE. THE CHRISTIANS DUTY TOWARDS IT. ' In view of the approaching Carnival in at least two of the Protestant Churches last night the sermons were specially direc ed against the gambling evil. There was a large congregation at the Presbyterian church, when the Rev. Geo. Paul prea ched an earnest discourse from the following texts:— "Cry aloud, spare not, lift up thy voice like a trumpet, and show,' my people their transgressions and the house of Jacob, their sons.";— Isaiah lviii, verse 1. " "Her powers in the midst thereof are like wolves ravening .the: prey, to shed blood, and to destroy souls—to. get; dis honest gain."—Ezekial: xxii, verse :27. • rI!h'c preacher, said:— . These texts' which I have, se lected this evening have been chosen to show ' what-; God ex-, pects from his servants- whom lie lias appointed to declare his counsel 'Unto the . children of men. They must cry aloud,; and spare not, and-show unto the people their sins..The particular sin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 February 1914

J. P. McLENflOTtf& Summer Sale ..STARTS.. Next Saturday, 17th JANUARY, 1914. GREAT BARGAINS! e»9®®ee® Are You — Thinking of Getting a New SUIT ? SUCCESS IN LIFE Musi be largely attributed to a Smart, Well-dressed Appearance. We produce CLOTHES thai embody character and refinement, QUALITY stands behind our TAILORING and creates the essentia stron« first impression which helps a man to command that respect 3 which is n cessarv for him to succeed.V Procure one of these Full=va!ue Suits==NOW AND GET A FULL SEASON'S WEAR FROM IT. M1TT0N& GREEN The TAILORS with a reputation, WYNDHAM STREET. SHEPPARTON :"".y !-j i a tlaSssMMsai flirotifihoEl Aiisl TESTIFY TO AMD RECOfvliVIEfcJD a W$ hn >- ■ S r-s? x-i ; ^ iL 1? iaL&LjJL "y M <fhW Tin £3 1 £>\| p! k i i inttel NURSE ENDRES, of Burbon Street, BuncJaberg (Q.), writes: " I was so ill I longed for the hour when \ would be at peace." Read her letter: CtEMEMTS TONIC LTD. " Until (wo years ago I followed m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 February 1914

NEXT SATURDAY, 7th FEB. x SALE OF High=class Furniture « (On the Premises, M'AUDE ! ' STREET, Shepparton). ; JMcNAMARA & CO., under , instructions from Mr A. C. Tuthill, Solicitor,(who has sold his residence), will sell by Public Auction on above date, commencing at 2 o'clock sharp, the whole of his choice selection of FURNITURE, in cluding— Dining-room Billiard Table and ac- . cessories, Oak Sideboard, 6 Oak Dining-room Chairs, 2 Oak Arm chairs and Settee, "3 Cane Chairs, Oak Extension Dining Table, 2 Bedroom Suites, Chest Drawers, 3 Dbl. Bedsteads (complete), 2 Sgle. Bedsteads, Occasional Tables, Carpets, BoxCouch, Linen Press, Pedestals, Cutains and Poles, Fen ders and Irons, Lawn Mower, Garden Tools, Go-cart, Kitchen Dresser, Pot Plants, Crockery and Glassware, Kitchen Utensils, &c., and a host of sundries. I TERMS CASH. J. M'NAMARA & CO., Auclioneers, Shepparton. J, L. Jeffers & Co. PTY LTD. STOCK AND STATION AGENTS The Olderfleet, 475 Collins St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 February 1914

I SATISFACTION IN CLOTHES „YOU GET IT HERE AT WARDROP'8 Premier Tailoring Establish ■ * 7. ment. . SUITS full of character; piiits (hat tfiark the wearer as a man most particular in matters of dress, such are WARDROP'S TAILORED SUITS. Our Representative (Mr. Ryd. Thomas) visits this' district wery two months. . ; WARDROPfTUe Otiall^ |M.yrBt *Q®.L.iN0WO.O5k, i OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOO^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO COMMENCES AY NEXT! 31st January, 1914. £20,000 of New Summer Stock TO BE CLEARED! e t if 2 1FKI I i » oo?MKMX5ooo<xxM3ooooc<K>coooiooooooooooooooooocoooooc30oooooooo«50ooooooocooooooooooooooooooooooooocxx>oooooo ACK HING ! • f OF HOWARD PLAGE, BENDIGO Chinese Doctor and Herbalist. PRACTITIONER in Surgery and Medicine, having passed -examinations in Canton,' , China- as Chinese Doctor and . practised'in the Hospital at - bun- Ning City for' three .. years. . > . .VISITS SHEPPARTON every Four Week...

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Shepparion news Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 February 1914

SDepparion news ¥ Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2. Victoria, seems to have a lot to learn yet with regard to he marketing of its products. This criticism applies with special force to the handling of grain, which is at present in a very primitive state: At the instiga tion of various .farmers' asso ciations the Government, a few years ago, appointed '. a Royal Commission to; go -thoroughly into the matter. That body under the presidency of lion. Thomas Langdon, took voluminous eviT tlence on the subject. In course of time a- report was submitted in which the adoption of the system of bulk handling of the grain was warmly advocated* and the Government was strongly urged to introduce it without, dc lay. But Governments are not easily moved. An excuse was found for delay by sending abroad the Chief Commissioner of Railways to ma'lce , inquiries into the systems ; adopted in other wheat growing ceutres of the world:' Mr.Fitzpatrick, soon after-, his return to...

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A LITTTLE ADVICE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 February 1914

A' L'TTTiE ADVrOE Ti'v H. Marshall's AVa'la shoos. <>t seven and nine> l ! ITjs cent's box ba's, ten . and siap, lliey cannot ho beat'; 1 ladioi* and cliildrons1' footwear flioy tako the shine • , Out of all competitors; his .shop's In in High-jstreet. ' Opposite Shel*piart0n ">ro\v\"

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CONVENT GARDEN FETE. OPENING CEREMONY TONIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 February 1914

CONVENT GARDEN FETE. OPENING CEREMONY TONIGHT HR. Ideal weather.favors the open ing-, night oT the Convent Ganl'/n Fete. The opening cereni'my will take place this evening at 7.:><* andrthe fete will.-be continui'don Tuesday and Wednesday i-u nings. For some month!- past the ladies ,have been preparing loiv this great event, ami i have succeeded in getting to gether a most beautiful i'i lilfi' tion of fancy work, and also a varied display.of useful an.I or namental articles. '1lie gtvuml-j will be brilliantly lighted, and patrons are promised a <l.-l iii hi - ful .evening. First-class musi cal programmes will he suppli"' by tlto Shcnparlon Orchestra :in« the fo\vn band >.rriie stall-holders are as follow —^No. 1 Fancy stall: Mesdam^ McKorma, Leahy, and Daly, a Sisled by Misses Dunne l.ealiy Hyn^s and Mesdames T. l-oato" and Slavin. No. 2 Fancy stall: Misses Grace, Collins, and 0 Connell. assisted by Mesdaitn'? Birmingham, Harrington, ami Slattery and the ...

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LOCAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 February 1914

. LOCAL MARKET; Brajpit (celling) ... IQd to 1r Id Rofia ^giving) ... ej dn* TUcox (splline) ... lid tola Ham (selling) ... In to Is 2d Mi Wheat (eivina)... 3* 2Jd bushel Chaff (aelline) . ... £3 Sin toil Onions (selling) ... 10* <kl per owt, Potatoes (selling) noxv 5a fid owt. Flour (selling) ... 15s bug Rran (sellinu) ... Ib bus Pollard (Bellini;) ... J« Id hns Calf Skins (giving) Cd per lb .^iieep Skins (giving) 5Jd per lb Hide 'giving) ... 4Jdperlb

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 February 1914

WANTED—GENERAL Servant Apply at once. T- Hockey, mercial Hotel, Shepparton,

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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 February 1914

SPORTS AND PASTIMES: BOWLS. ? The universal holiday brisMbiv ,lav was availed of by Thd Shcpi ■iHoii bowling club for av;club There were ub. oHier matches ami (lie president,..with others. conceived I lie idea of; haviii— skies arranged . by w the urcsWeiit a in I vice-president, ,',uj"to play a match, subse'qucnt iv ail to dine together,the loser to fool Hie hill. Tweny four iiiem i,fis rolled un. and at 3;30-the sides were dvawn and play star ted (>i)iy a few ends wore njii'vod when down came the rain and an adjournment was made to the pavilion. After clearing tlu> game was resumed, and the treon became heavy, and in a lidlo while a further fall neces a ."l"P; finally bet ween 5 ami <> P.hi. there was a heavy downpour. When the name was resumed, water was i'vinir over the preen, making- the itlav very heavy. However, all piaveil out I he *25 ends, '■ the president's side winning-, easily. Tlie other side seemed as if tliev could not get properly going. It was a...

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DEATH OF TWO HORSES. MR. A. MASLEM'S HEAVY LOSS. EXAMINATION BY MR. J. KENDALL. A SEEMING MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 February 1914

' DEATH OF TWO HOR8E8. I MR. A. MASLEM'S HEAVY LOSS. EXAMINATION BY MR. J. KENDALL. i j -• A SEEMING MYSTERY. During last week, Mi'. Alfred Maslcm, contractor, of.Edward street, Shepparton, lost two valu able draught horses. A third was also in a bad way for a tiine, bu(, has now fully recovered. The causc of-the deaths.is-as yet shrouded iii mystery. Mr Maslem is at present engaged in carting wood from a paddock, about ten kniles^ from Shepparton, south of the Bfokon River, and in the parish of ICialla. He had three horses, two greys and a bay, and a couple of drays, which he used in his work. The horses are al lowed to run loose in the yard attached to his residence. On Wednesday night, at his usual hour, about, ten o'clock, he at tended to the horses and fed them. At that time, he noticed nothing unusual in their appea rance.' Early on Thursday morn ing he proceeded to prepare for the day's work, when he noticed that one of the greys, which, about two years ago, he bought for £40...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 February 1914

T. «L KITTLE,! I furnishing undertaker, j Funerals conducted with re- i spectabilityj and upon the j most economic, principles! in any part of the district. All Eunoral Requisites kept In stoflk, ' j hearse, 50th plumesj etc, Address— , maude street, SHEEPARTON. EXCELSIOB WNBYABQ. MOOBOQEHA!. T, DARVENIZA, Proprietor. In presenting my PRIQE LIST to 017 numerous gustomers and the public; generally, I gan assure them with: every ponfldenoe' that I am ■°n a position to supply any and ill. orders lor the healthiest of Tines, guaranteed the pure J.UIGE .1 the Grape, and free from any I dulteration, in aeflordange with the lYietorian TCines Adulteration Alti !iof 1900. ; My, wines are all aged* refill ma; , :,ured, in splendid aonaitionj fit {or | bottling. | Orders sent direst to Exgglsior I /ineyard, largo • and Bmallj will be ;.acked Carefully and forwarded without delay. LIST OF PRICES. .White Dry:—Ohablisj Hock, I'hasselas, 3b 6d per gal. 13s pei-doz . quarts, 8s 8d per doz. pints. R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 February 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 February 1914

AUCTION SALES TO COME. A DSEFUL SUMMARY. Tuesday, February 3. Berrigan Horse Sale. Shepparton Cattle Sale. Katamatite Pig Sale. G. M. Thomas's Clearing Sale, at Kotupna. Wednesday, February 4. W. Bean's Clearing Sale, Tatura. 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 M'Donell's farm, N'kah. M. Hogan's Clearing Sale at Kyabram. . P. Hogan's land, Kyabram. Martin and John Hogan's Clearing Sale, Kyabram. W. Thomas's Clearing Sale, at. Ardmona. Dookie Special Horse Sale. ] February 7. Mooroopna Horse Sale. - \V. G. Pedlar's, Rochester. A. C. Tuthill's Furniture Sale, Shepparton. February 9. Perrett's Clearing Sale Strath merton. Everard Brown's Dhurringile Clearing Sale. R. Ferrari's (junr.) Clearing Sale, Kotupna. Shepparton Pig Sale. Tuesday, February 1...

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SALES AT SKEPPARTON CORPORATION YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 February 1914

SALES AT SKEPPARTON COR-1 PORATIOW YARDS. „ —=•*— ' - CATTLE ... FEBRUARY 3 PIG'S ... FEBRUARY 9 SHEEP ... FEBRUARY 10

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DEPARTURE OF MR. J. A. McGILLIVRAY. PROMOTED TO HORSHAM. A HIGHLY ESTEEMED CITIZEN [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 February 1914

DEPARTURE OF MR. J. A. _ McGILLIVRAY. PROMOTED TO HORSHAM. A HIGHLY ESTEEMED CITIZEN; • ; 'RIl'. .7 ! A. McGilIi vray^manager of the Shepparton braUchofthe National .Bank : of AusLralasia, has'roceived noliceof luspronio-. Uon to Iheiiianageinent of.th'e Krahcli; rt( ■^Bprshairiy; >lo;Ctake; .effect'in-about'a fortnight's time* Wliun "the news was disseminated last week-end it created a feeling' of Mirofound iregrel,. Mr. McGil livray has been in the Goulburn Valley ^ for: about' eight years, oyer.Ltlirde of; which were-spent iii Dbokie. During' his. live years], residence ..in--. Sheppar.lon: lie basiradvanced;the-interests of Wsvbank Jh.eviBiTrwi^^He^has proved hiniself to be a-rriost.es Lihiable veitizeir, taking - part" in' a;-quiets-unostentatious '.way - in everyv iiiovemeni calculated to promote:the' best interests of theT town. As a member of the Agri: iulturiit;socTot.y,, he deeply in terested himself in its affairs'; and his sound advice on matters financial and otherwi...

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