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A FEW WORDS OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 February 1914
A'TEW WORDS,OF ADVICE I Now* that sales are the order 'of the Jay. 1 When in want of hoots^to H. _Maiv shall's come without' delay; , Afl.cr a visit of inspection I'm cei': lain you'll f=3y. I \ _ , 1 ■' ■v„r qua'ity &lt;*tnd value to deal "there 1 will pay.-. J "; r' r> Shepparton Model Band will *giv." | an open-air entertainment on "■ Fri t'-tay night, in Victoria P.-irk,_whcn a collection will , -bo taken up t-q help to ritefray cosj; of uniform. -:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 February 1914
Your muvver might be crest If the didn't hive tome Rebur tea—wouldn't shei I haa N» spoonfuls , In my cup of mllkt and I likes it bettet 'an anyabig else when I'm fitsty, and a tot of sugar in it. Fiver says he 'joys some when he comes home. Does you '}oy some, too, when you go hornet &lt;&*. Mayor: Do you mean to tell me you' were surprised to find three of the em ployes in the City Hall at work?—Re porter: Oh, no, your honor. X said I was surprised to And them awake. PI68 and_ CALVES •TONE and CO. (Read.), ROBERT SCHULTE, Proprietor. WHOLESALE MHAT BALBSMAN. METROPOLITAN ' MEAT MARKET, NORTH MELBOURNE. Are opem to Receive Carcaae Pork and Teal Any Day DarlB* the Week. Sales Dally. Higkest Price# Reallaed La teat Cold Storage Chamber*, prompt Accout Balee. Correepondeace ii Tlted. 8ee ou Weekly Report* li Market Report*. Aeees tfce wee* •! > to-day h ii wtan iwrt kmkmmmMlmfti bobiatiilfAiMilwrf OTtol • bud kM. fkwtki Mtriek f—dwr li la H imtilhikMifhN MMy •Urt-^r...
SHEPPARTON FIRE BRIGADE. ANNUAL MEETING. PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 February 1914
SHEPPARTON FIRE BRIGADE. : i annual meeting.. ; presentation of trophies. i .Ihe annual meeting of the Shepparton Fire Brigade was held on Tuesday night at the fire station. Captain Rundle presid ed over a good attendance • of'• members. .... " Correspondence. / 3 K ' .-L'-i J., Michel requested;iiHlre followed to take- photograph ;6f winning teams at Cobram: de monstration.—Granted. V?.*" .James ' Walker, secretary,- • 6*1' the- Country Fire Brigades' De-" inotistration (Bendigo), notified. Lhai- the Shcpoartoii Band won Iri be.accommodated at Queeri's Iio' tel.. Bendigo. The. Moorooyha Band, and brigade are also to slay . there - at the forthcoming demonstration. J. IV. SLevoiis/ seci'utc'ary-'l'"ii,"c Brigades' Board notified thai Inc. following members had- nol, attended the requirfid'percentage' (66) of, practices; ;_etc.^ and ask ed for exprariation.'.viz:; Hv Ganet D. Guilfoyle and J. S. Martin.— ■j v.ane'' gave, an.exp 1 an a l,i o 111 and it was agreed that same be sent' to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 February 1914
Real Dutch Pipes Cool and Sweet THE PERFECTION OF SMOKING Just Notice how Clieap they are; less than Half the Usual Prices /~\SLT tbo#e who hive v/ fmoked » Beftl Dutch Pipe know bow different li the tUror of tobacco. Th*y Are bv*utlhillj taftd«o(th* t>«*t And •n* could not sett them thrM prW-c wcy«i«n howl b*. M ; And io in&lt;"he» !oitp. iih»r pi " The Union Manufacturing Co., 299 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne.
BOOM IN ZOOS ANIMALS LIKE THEIR CAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 February 1914
BOOM IN ZOOS ANIMALS LIKE THEIR CAGKS. "No tirds and no mammals, from whatsoever part of the wor d or cli mate they may have come, ever ap proach the duration of life which-ythey may be expected to attain, if they are kept in the interior of a warmed house," said Dr Chalmers Mitchell, secretary to the Zoological Society of London, referring to the new open-air installations at the Zoo in a caper read before the Royal Society of Arts last night (says the "Daily Express" of November 27). The customary heating arrange ments are expensive but certain modes of killing them. Fresh air is the fun damental necessity. "There is -what may be called a boom in zoological gardens^ he said. "1 am sometimes charged with being too sedulous of the popular side of mena geries and careless of their scientific side.. ■ In this matter there is a real coincidence between what the public want and what is best for the advance ment of scientific knowledge. "There are very few living animals that are known t...
IRRIGATORS AND TENSICULTURE ASSOCIATIONS AMALGAMATION AGREED TO. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 February 1914
IRRIGATORS AND TENSI CULTURE ASSOCIATIONS amal&lt;i.\ a&lt;.;keed to. A •>!' the Sh>'|)i>arion lrmatur.-' Association was livid last niirhl al the *>raliuii)val'' State selioul. where tlu' • i&lt;>n of iuiiulciiiii'Hioii with tlii- settlers on No. 2 est at e was i,j>|...•! liy a motion ln'inu carried l>> disband. and to a uiiiti-il a>>"i'iation, taking in i.'M'iy -.-iii.-]■ in tin.' Sheppar t'.'ii iiislrii'1.. 'I'll- chairman ..Mr Asliwiu) i-'nii'-'iaiulati'ii members present mi tin- step they had laken and 'hew alIl-iiIi&lt;hi Id the altered >itiiali'in whicii hail recently i"'i'n hnmulil almui l)v political I'liaii'-'i-s. l |, t., Hi,, present time I'vci-y l.-pitiiu;ittrrievanee of '.•loM.-r M'tli'Ts had been met with plausible evasions ami livjtoci'i- i Ileal statements from I tie au !li"iilii's in charge ul" the system Blanii- ha.l ii.-t-u heaped upon the m'IUits" inr"iii)ii-ii'iice, and in aliilitv in adupl themse...
PIG POPULATION [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 February 1914
PIG POPULATION Discussing the national food supply at a meeting of the National Home Produce Association (England), Mr. Alfred Corner, the secretary, said that for everyone in the country to nave his rasher of bacon every morning a Dig population of 10 millions would be required. There had been practically no difference In the pig population for the last 30 years, but the human population had advanced 10 millions.
CONVENT GARDEN FETE. A BRILLIANT FUNCTION. AESTHETIC, ARTISTIC AND PRACTICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 February 1914
CONVENT GARDEN -FETE.; \ brilliant function. uixtlietic, artistic AND a1j'- j>RACTICAL. ,• Xhe annual garden; l'ete liel'd in Hie Convent, grounds in.aiii of •51. Brendan's It.C. Gliurch j is lio'w in full swing. It was JoiS mailv opened on Monday ..night,' and 'as tlie result of operations, up till night success lias been assured. The lovely foliaged garden surrounding the Convent, appeared to advantage, brilliantly illuminated as they were with gas lamps, and the "westering moon" shone down on a very beautiful spectacle. Or .1. M'Kenna, in formally opening Hie fele, on -Monday night. explained that the lion, l'raiit Clarke. had been invited U> attend that evening to open the f«*to. He had, however, written to say that lie was pre vented from taking part, owing to a prior engagement, and for warded a I'heiiue towards the fete The lion. W. I.. Uaillieu had like wise sent an apology and a fheijiie. The conclusion had, therefore, been come to that any ordinary individual would b...
A NICE POINT. SENIOR CONSTABLE KENEDY'S CONTENTION. OVERRULED BY THE P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 February 1914
A NICE POINT. : senior constable ken nedy's contention:^ OVERRULED BY THE P.M. -AI llio. Shepparton Court of Petty Sessions on Tuesday. Jan uary 20, Waller Davis, a block holder on Shepparton No. 2 Es tate, was charged with having stolen the axle of a waggonette, valued at £1, the property'of John Thomas Pulliii. Alfred Hind Madden was also charged with the theft of the shafts of the same vehicle, valued aL 10/. Mr. \V. M. Abernethy. who ap peared for the accused, then sub mitted that both axle and shafts had been taken without any felo nious intent. The waggonette i had been left on the reserve, at Rafterv's Bend, for six months! It had been seen there by both men. whoconcluded that, it had been abandoned, and dealt with it as such. After arguments, Mr. R. Knight. P.M., before whom-the cases were tried, adjourned the cases for 14 days to admit of axle and shafts being replaced. At last Tuesday's sittings of Ihe CourL of Petty Sessions, Mr. R. Knight again adjudicating; the matter -...
DEVIL IN THE DUST FIENDS OF THE SAND. A stone's throw out on either band From this well-ordered path we tread. And all the world is wild and strange; Churel and ghoul and Djinn and sprite Shall bear us company to-night. For we have reached the Oldest Land, Wherein tho Powers of Darkness range. Rudyard Kipling. The Sau Mountains (British Somaliland), Nov. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 February 1914
DEVIL IN THE DUST FIENDS OF THE SAND. (By Alan Ostler, "Dally Express' Special Correspondent). A stone's throw out on either band From ibis well-ordered path we tread. And all tbe world Is wild and strange; Cburel and ghoul and Djinn and sprite Shall' bear ua company to-night. For we have reached tbe Oldest Land, Wherein tho Powers o( Darkocss range. —Rudyard Klphng. The Sau Mountains (British Somali land), Nov. 8. Abyssinia—X am glad to be out of It—is a Christian country. It is popu lated by the least pleasing of black races, and has also a population of witches, wizards, gnomes, goblins, and a large and varied assortment of de vils. Even if you refuse to believe in fairies, good or bad, you will believe, when you have travelled in Menelek's land, in the devils of Abyssinia. Tou can see and smell and hear some of them; and I have even shot one. He was a dust devil, and I shot him four days ago. Do you remember, in the travellers' tales you read as a child (the Bruce and Mungo Park...
NUMURKAH CALEDONIAN SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 February 1914
NU1HURKAH CALEDONIAN ^ SPORTS. \ . • , The ninth annual gathering of the Numurkah Caledonian So ciety was held on the agricultu ral show grounds yesterday. A fair crowd attended, and the weather was decidedly hot, but there was ail almost entire ab sence, of dust. A procession; headed by the Telford Pipe Band, inarched to the grounds. The Chief (Mr. D. Ross) and secre tary (Mr. J. M'Pherson), to gether with other officials ap peared in the national costume, a, prevailing; custom at these gatherings: A ; grand ' Scottish, concert was held in the open air at night, and drew a dense crowd when a first-class ' ^programme I was submitted and appreciated. ResulIs of sporting; events :4-r - " Best dressed Highlander: Hay. i; M'Donald, 2. Best dressed Laddie: Woolley, 1 j « Arderi, 2. l.assie: F. Bell: P. M'Donald. Laddie (district) : G. CampbelUl;; Hilliard, 2; Killeen, 3. Lassie (district): G.'Lambert 1; F. Roe 2; M. Hilliard, 3. Child; under 10: D. Hilliard, 1; F. Howe, 2; I. Howe, 3. : ...
DUSTY NIXON STREET. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 February 1914
DUSTY NIXON STREET. TO THE EDITOH. Sir,— iuii carnival day ^ proactiing, and unless we have » good downpour of rain before i-'*3 the residents of Xixon-stivoi arc & for a filthy dusty time. Surc'S up-to-date carnival coinmitit'c make arrangements to l^ivc ™ tt'iVcr cart started "early on Mom» Tuesday and Wednesday "n, the road from Corio-street 10 s*°ni: street a sood Avaterinir. fh&lt;y wrU-' hus earn the thanks of 11101'1' 111 0110. CT&lt;V I XIXOX STREET RESIDENT ! [Nixon-strcct resident r1?'..' lily bo in^ei'ostod to loarn t'ia is contemplated to l10:i1- ;1 'i,po har Nixon-street. if the exiting vvra. i conditions prevail du' in? carm1 WOOK". •EA. S.N.3 Shppparton Shire Council ocivcd from the Government ot 01 i » » cheque for CD40. I'c-n? amount of endowment for tne v rent year.
TENSI CULTURE ASSOCIATION MONTHLY MEETING AMALGAMATION QUESTION [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 February 1914
TENSI CULTURE ASSOCIATION . MONTHLY MEETING AMALGAMATION QUESTION The monthly meeting of tile Tensi-Culture Association (i\-0 2 estate) was held in the 1'resby" : terian hall last night, when iherfc was a good attendance of mem bers. The president (Mr. W. j Stover) occupied the chair. Correspondence A letter was received from Jir G. J. Nash (member of the ex ecutive), regretting his inability to be present,.and promising his support to any movement incuton by a majorty of the members. ' Amalgamation with No. 1. At a combined meeting of the No. 1 and No. 2 executives it \vas moved by Mr. Roach, seconded bv Ml*. Neale, "That this executive recommends to the branches the desirability of dissolving the two branches and carrying .„>n aij business through the one n.&lt;so ciation." The executive of th,. Tensi-Gulture association >u|,. se&lt;|uenUy held a mooting at which the following ronuiunen cial ions. to be brought, bel\n-« Hi,, members of its association, were c...
WEATHER PROPHETS THE POINT OF VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 February 1914
JWEATHEK PMPHETS^i " the point of view. (By Barry Pain." In the "Daily Mail.") jln the, little smoking-room at the back" of the bar the conversation was mainly between Mr Hagley, a stqlld looklng man in gaiters, who had made an unproved assertion and stuck tp It, and Mr Peterson, a fluent little man with spectacles, London-born, who ob jected to unproved assertions. There were others present. . There was the landlord, a wise man who' sald little. And in the leather-covered armchair by the flre was the obese figure of Mr Jackson. Mr Jackson had sold a horse extremely well that day—almost too well in the opinion of purists—and was now very tired. Even in sleep his podgy fingers never relaxed their grip of his half-smoked cigar, and occasionally ho woke up for a moment and contributed something to the conversation which had no direct bearing upon it: "We'll all friends here," said Mr Peterson glibly, "and I am sure I havo no wish to lose my temper or to make use of any expreBBlon which...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 February 1914
How To Cure Indigestion. The following letters will tie of in tense interest to sufferers from Indi gestion:— From Mrs. D. H. Cole, 70 Keightley road, Snbiaco, W.A. "For many years I suffered from frequent attacks of indigestion, follow ed by pains in the chest, severe head aches,'sleeplessness, 'biliousness, con stipation and pains under the shoulder blades. I could retain little on fly eto Tiach, and vomited frequently. I tried, i variety of medicines ■with very little good result. I happened to read one it Warner's Safe Curie pamphlets, iud seeing in it how others had taken War ner's Safe Cure with beneficial re sults, I decided to try that medicine. I obtained great relief from the first bottle; in fact, from the first few doses I took. After taking Warner's Safe Cure for a few weeks I was quite re stored to health. All my former trou ble has gone from me, I hope, and be lieve, never to return. Now I am feel ing fit and strong as I could wish to be." From Mr. T. Darcy, 163 St. L...
DEADLY FLANNELETTE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 February 1914
DEADLY FLANNELETTE Inflammable clothing as a cause of deaths by Are Is exposed in a striking manner by statistics compiled by "Fire." The writer says:— "When the fireguards clause was In corporated In the Children Act It was piously hoped that the number of chil dren annually burned to death would be reduced by half. So far as our records , go. the number of infantile mortalities has increased, for the Act is practic ally a dead letter; few penalties are im posed in. the comparatively few in stances where proceedings have beeu taken. The Government did not strike at the principal cause of Infantile burn ing fatalities—inflammable clothing." "Very few men are burnt to death owing to their clothing igniting," adds the writer, "but it is different with women, quite 93 per cent of the fatal ities to women reported being due to the Inflammability of their wearing apparel." | The total of Are fatalities this year to I November 19, as compiled by the writer, | is 64 men, women, and 692 chi...
NEWS FOR DEAD MAN LETTER TOO LATE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 February 1914
NEWS FOR DEAD MAN LETTER TOO LATE. A clerk, Thomas Barnes Hope, who had been seeking work In vain for five or six weeks, committed suicide at hi9 lodgings in College street, Wands worth. Immediately afterwards the postman brought a letter for him offering him employment. His landlady, giving evidence at the inquest yesterday (states "The Dally Express," December 2) said the letter arrived at 1.30 p.m. on Thursday. She took it upstairs, where he lay on the kitchen floors-asleep, as she thought. At 4 p.m. he seemed still asleep, and she then discovered that he was lying dead, with his head in the gas oven. The Coroner said that had Hope wait ed he might have started again and been successful with his new work. In a letter to his son. Hope wrote:— "I am tired of the world, and. with the exception of a few friends. I think the world is tired of me. Please givo my friends my deepest appreciation of their kindness to me: I cannot repay I them. "I hope. 'Com, your life will be much happier...