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GERMANY AND AUSTRALIA QUESTION OF SUBSIDY [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 March 1914
(iERMANY AND AUSTRALIA QUESTION OF SUBSIDY There are indications that the Ger man shipping conmpanies Intend to de velop their connections in Australia, the Hamburg-American Line being, for instance, interented in establishment of a new service from Stettin (says "The Liverpool Journal of Commerce" of January 7). Some doubt, however, ap pearsto exist in regard to the future policy of the Norddeutscher Lloyd, and at the last annual meeting of the com pany a hint was thrown out that the operation 'f the Navigation Act might render withdrawal necessary. Now comes information that its mail and passenger lines to Australia will be dis continued if the necessary subsidy is both being residents of Leith, and the latter went to America to make his fortune. Ten years ago he wrote pro posing marriage, but the letter was evidently lost in the post, for Mrs Tompson did not receive it. Hearing nothing from her old sweetheart, MIrs Tompson married, but lost her husband a year Or'so ago. This year...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 March 1914
MELBOURNE MARKETS, Fat Sheep.-26,500 yarded.--Prime crossbred wethere, 19 Gd to 215 8; extra do 25s to 24; good do 16a 6d to 183 ld; second do from 15s; prime crosebred ewoes 163 d to l1s Gd; extra do 19e to 22s 6d; gocd do 14s to 1is; second do 12s t 18s 6d; inferior and old from 8s8 d upwards. Prime merino wetbere 17e to 19s; extra do 20s lie 6G to 13s; inferior from 10s, *with merino owes 7s to 17s. Fat Lambs.-Fourteen thousand were penned. Prime 183 Gd to 15s, extra 15s Gd to 17e, with selected lots of hesvy-welghts 17a 9d to G1s: good 12s to 13j Gd, second 10s to 1le Qd, Inferior fke' Ge..
SHEPPARTON PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 March 1914
8HEPPARTION PIG MARKET. A moderate yording of pigs forward on Monday to a fair attentanos of buyers. Competition limited fos bacon and pork pigs, with prices decidedly in favor of buyers. Young stores (slips and smckers) still realise high figures, with competition keen and brisk, leaving small margin for feeders. Total penned 166 head, imcluding 60 bacon and pork pigs. Qaotationse:-Prime heavy bacon 64s to 67s, good bacon 58s fid to 56s, medium do 58s to 56e, light sorts 47e to 5Ile, porkers (heavy sorts) 86s to 42s, back fats up to 80s, bacon stores 88s to 47s, young stores 81s to 8es 6d, big slips (good quality) 25s 63 to 29s Od, prime class suckers 28s to 24s Od, medium do 18s 68 to 21s weedy sorts 15s to 17s.
HIGH SCHOOL v METHODIST. HIGH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 March 1914
hIGL EcuOoL v METHOcIST. HIGH SCIHOOL. Liddelow, c Mollor, b Bowey .. 33 Rodgers, b M'Ooll ... . ... 9 Gay, b Moiler ... ... ... 38 Skinner, c and b Fair . ..- 8 Thomas, stp Hubb rd, b Graham... 10 Caygill, b Graham ... . '.. 5 Palmer, b I'Coll .... ... 14 Young, not out ... ... .... 5 Q oion, not out ... ... - ... 21 Sundries ... ... ...' 14 Seven wioketo for... ... 159 Bowling--M'Coll 2 for 29, Graham 2 for 41, Glasson 0 for 22, Bowey 1 for 18, Fair 1 for 14, MIoller 1 for 10, Hubbard 0 for 9. METHODISTS. aM'Coll, b Liddelow ,... ... 4 G Williamson, b Skinner... ... O Hubbard, c Rogerse:b Liddelow ... 8 Bowey, jonr, b Liddelow ... . . 2 Graham, b Skinner ... ... 0. Bowey, senr, c Caygill, b Liddelow 5 Fair, e Rogers, b Lddelow ... 5 Moller, b Skinner ... ... 6 Coppin, o Quinn, b Liddelow 0... Glaosson, b lkinner ... ... 0 Pink, not out .... ... ... 0 Sundries ...... 2 Total ... ... ... 27 Bowliog-Liddelow 6 for 15, Skinner 4 for 10.
OLYMPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 March 1914
OLY 1P IA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. CBICKET. The matches in connection with the Churches' Association competition were continued yesterday under trying end opprlesive weather conditiono, neverthe less mucb interest was evinced in the two contests which took place. At the Recreation Reserve, where tho Church of England team defeated the Presby. teriana for the second time, the latter wore black bands as a merk of respect to a member of the team, Mester Harrie Sandy, who died last Saturday. evening. The deosased, who wee of an unaseum iug disposition, wes highly reopacted and very popular among his elub macea and members of opposing tenms. The Me thodiste had a n eak representation against the High School, and conse quently suffered defeat. Detailed scores of both matches are given below: PcEScYTeIANS V CHnRcHs Oa ENGLAND 10 ES BYTEIrLIANS. Carroll, c and b Dato ... ... 40 Revell, b Data ... 17 Stevenson, c Aurisch. b Dato ... 0 Baud, stp Lyons, b FowatEr ... 8 Milne, a Auriaoh, b Shawe...
MOOROOPNA HOSPITAL BOARD. LIST OF DONATIONS. ACCEPTANCE OF TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 March 1914
MOOROOPIA HOSPITAL BOARD. LIST OF DONATIONS. ACCEPTANCE OF TENDERS. The monthly meetirg of the Moo. roopna Hospital board of management was held laet afternoon, when there were present: Messro J F Jobnson (pre sident), R Feletead, H Pickworth, D 0 Morrison, A Whitehead, F W Fair, H Mootgomery,.T N Muotz, J Koight and L M'Leod COSTRIBUTIOONS-AND LIFE GOVERNORS. M 8 Farrell £2 (for treatment of his wife); Rev A J Horner, Ta)lygaroopne, fruit and vegetables (froij harvest fes tiv)l}; W W Wallis, Shepptrton, £2 17e 6d (procoede of childrens' bazaar held at his honse by his daughter Eliza beth, and others); Fred Wilkinson, J P Kialla Wese, £6 6s (payment for his son's treatment during three weeks); R Bazley, £115 Ia 7d (nett profit of sports held on November 20th last, and submitting as life goerrnors Meesre P T Madi;an and E Hawking and Mrs Moden); TS Lancaster, shire secretary Nrmuskab, £60; W Rose, secretary Corop Sports Club. £10; G Nicholsoon, Nnmnrkah, £1; Senior conetable J Wilson...
HIGH SCHOOL COUNCIL. RESIGNATIONS AND SHORT CLASSES. MICROSCOPE, SEWING MACHINE AND TYPEWRITER. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 March 1914
HIGH SCHOOL COUNCIL. RESIGNATIONS AND SHORT CLASSES. MICROSCOPE, SEWING MACHINE AND TYPEWRITER. A special meetiog of the Shepparton Agricultural High School Council was held yesterday afternoon, Mr C Palling presiding. Mr David Treahy, who had left the district, forwarded his resignation, and it was received with regret, the chair. man and Messrs W Phillips, W R Ban ner, Jas Thorn and W J Harris referring to the many services he had rendered to the institution. In consequence of communication re ceived from the Government respecting continued non-attendance of members, Messre \V Orr and W P West sent on their resignations; and applications are to be invited to fill the vacancies thus caused. For Mr Treahy's seat on the council, Mr Thorn nominated Mr W F Ford ; Mr Banner nominated Mr J M Phillips,. PoUND ron Ponn. The concert given last year resulted in a profit of £25 103 9d ; the Government had promised pound for pound; and it was now decided with the money in hand to purchase a mi...
The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 March 1914
Phe oet MVIontamor By ALICE M. DIEHL, Autliorees of "The Knave of Hearts," OCHAPTER XVI. The old lady had to fight despera:. ly against her Inclinations as she mnial her way to her drawingroom, wheo' Gwendolen Halldare was awaitn0 her. She drove her pointed n'ils lot) her palms-her lips elre tght set, n?r eyes gleamed, she looked au aged Clytemnestra. ? old butler hId switched on all the electric lights. lHe knew, or nat guessed, much of the complications which had ensued ulpot the appear :Ince or his "young macter," whose talks with him had convinced hlh that he was Robert, Lord Montamnor and 11 other. Both he and the ho::se klrc.jr, IMrs. Lane, had bcelt istal ed when Robert was a young child. They' had wattched him grow.'to manlhood, had mourned over "'he row " and lhis sudden departure, which, together with his seeming disappearance " from off the face of the earth," had beeit a stape! topic of conversation for years, recurring frequently wheit all hope seemed lost. Gossip conne...
URBAN WATERWORKS TRUST. "AN IMPERTINENT LETTER." RAISING THE RIVER. A QUESTION CONCERNING FIRE PLUGS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 March 1914
URBAN YATERWORKS TRUST. -"A~ IMPERTINENT LETTER." RAISING TEHE RPVER. A QUESTION CONCERNING FIREUE PLUGS. The Sheppotton ULtun Waerwaorks Trnust held its ronthly neeting cn Tuesday eve-irg wher. when there were presen'-Come F W Fair (chair man), W Shei'. W Welehman, W Gaz,, and G W E Roe'. An apology was received Irom Com G T Parchy. " P.y.\-I:; W.e-:E." B Collins, of Wynviha ?treet, said he had received a nmo.- from Mr Pink, the inpect:or, ta tthe ico: that water from his yard (corner Knight and Wind. ham street-) was running to wate. He asked the Trust to iruoire as to who had turned the wa:er on. He himself did rot reside on the premie-s. The writer added: "Considering I do no se five gallons of water in any year, I think his (the in-pec or'·) energy could better be applied in LAno o:he: part' of the town.' The commissitner- thought that Mr Collins'- was an impertinent letter, and decited he should be wRti:ten to and tIld thay he mus: protect hiL tap. THE GOoLtESv FL;ow. l Nsily,...
LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 March 1914
LOCAL PRODUOI- MARKET. Buther (selling) is ld, Is 4. Eggs (giving) 8jd Cheese (selling), 10, is Bacon ,, Is ld, 1s 2d Ham ,, s2d Is 4d Whesa (giving) 8s 61 Potatoes ,, 5s Onions ,, 10a 6d Bran ,, is Id bus. Chaff (solling) £8 5s Flour ,, 15s Pollard . is ld Calfskins (giving) 5d to 63 lb Bheepekins ,, 4 to 5b lb Hides ,, 4d 5d Ib
TOURING PLANETS VOYAGE THROUGH SPACE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 March 1914
TOURIIiN PLANETS VOYAGE THROUGH SPACE. "First stop Mars." It sounds adven turous, but then if your car is the tele scope and your conductor Professor H. ffI. Turner (says "The Daily Telegraph" of January 5) you soon discover that the journey of a few million miles to Mars is a mere fleabite to the distance covered and the sensations enjoyed be fore you are back again at the start Ing point in the lecture room of the Royal Institution in Albemarlo street. In a flash on Saturday afternoon we were at the end of the first stage of the journey. True, we had not quite got tbe length of Mars, but the big telescipe had used its seven league boots to some purpose, and before wondering eyes a big globe was floating on the screen, the planet Mars as near as human agency has so far brought it. We loik ed for canals and possible signals from the Martians, but whether it was that the Inhabitants had not heard of cur tour or were disgusted with the liberties taken with their sphere they made no si...
OFF THE EARTH! NOVICE'S ADVENTURE ON SKI. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 March 1914
OFF THE EARTH!i NOVICE'S ADVENTUREi ON SKiI. (By a special correspondent In "The Daily News and Leader"). You soon learn that winter sport in tihe Alps means really skltl-lng. The skaters are a small and artistic class apart. Toboganning is a healthy and vivacious sport for children and those who are child-hearted. Sleighing, well wrapped up in furs, with pIlumed horses and bells a-jingle, is for rich Germans. Bob-sleighing is excellent communal fun, requiring considerable skill for such a run as the full length of the Cresta. But ski-ing is for those who are young and adventurous, who love to range on mountain slopes instead cf a rink behind the hbtel, and who are sound in wiid and limb. The man who is just beginning to wonder whether he is too old at forty and is a ndwcomer looks upon the young and ruddy ski-ers at the hotel as an elderly farmer regards Hamel at Hendon. Ah! new blood, supple limbs, and exquisite skill! The lucky young rogues! He merely listens with interest to the...
"FLAPPER" AT THE DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 March 1914
"FLAPPER" AT THE DANCE (By Duncan Swann in "The Daily Mail.") It was her long mauve legs and the bow to match in her hair that first at tracted me as I leant against the ball room wall idly watching the gyrations of the dancers. She was waltzing with a youth from Eton at the time, of the same immature age as herself, and wore a look of profound boredom that I attributed partly to the unskilled movements of her partner, partly to the fact that the occasion was that anoma lous function, a Christmas party, at which all ages from 12 to 70 are repre sented and the young married women are in unfair request. Just as the band struck up the next item I crossed to where she was wrin kling her pretty forehead over the hieroglyphics on her programme. "Are you engaged for this?" I asked, with the unconscious patronage of the forties towards the teens. "I don't think we've been introduced," she rbplied with hauteur, tossing a mass of .fair hair out of her eyes. "I-I beg your pardon," I stammered,...
MILLIONS FOR WORKERS PROFIT-SHARING SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 March 1914
MILLIONS FOR WORKERS PROFIT-SHARING SCHEME. Mr Henry Ford's scheme to dlstri buto. £2,000,000, representing approxi mately one-half of the profits of the Ford Motor Car Company, among the employes attracts universal attention (says the New Yorkl correspondent of "The Daily Telegraph" on January 7). Additonal details from Detroit, fur nished by the secretary of the com popny, are to the effect that employes will share in the profits annually, and no employs over the age of 22, not even floor-sweepers, will receive less thn £1 daily. Mlr Henry Ford, the originator of the scheme, is quoted as declaring that capital and labor hith erto have not shared profits to the ex tent they should. As to the possibility otl osses, nothing definite is forthcom-i ing from Detroit so in, but every mechanic in the Unlted States now contemplates offering his services to the Ford Motor Company. "The greatest revolution in the mat ter of rewards for workers ever known in the industrial world," is the de s...
FOURTH PAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 March 1914
FouRTtI PAs.--On our fourth page will be found: Urban Waterworks Trust, Brevity Bureau, etc. ASSWERED xT LA?sT.-The Shepparton Urban Waterworks Trust oommissioners have been endeavoring for some time past to ascertain the quantity of water used in Mr William's contract for the new drainage works in the making of cement, etc, but it was not until Tues day afternoon that Mr J E Byass, secre tary received a telegram from Messrs Montz and Muntz, the drainage engi neers. It was in the followioeg laconic terms: "Seventeen hundredi cubic yards conorete, fie hundred and twenty yards brickwork." That works out that the payment due to the Urban Trust is about £9 5s. This total quite.upset the equanimity of one of the commissioners at the meeting of the Urban Trust on Tuesday evening, for he had been aotici pating a round £40 or so. OTnER PEOPLE'S MoorEY.-There was a plethora of justices on the Bench at the Police Court on Tuesday-Dr J M'Ii'Kenna and Messrs A Whitehead, F W Fair and Jas Thorn,...
SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 March 1914
BUNDAY SERVICES. MeETHODIST - SheppartOn, 11 Mr Frederick ; 7.50 Ray Phillips, Moo roopsa, 11 Roy Phillip·; 7-30 Mr Ezard. Tallygaroopna, 7.30 Me Edsards. Canlembo, 2.20 and 7.30 BRy Millikan. Pine Lodge, S B Phillips. Tank Carner, 11 Mr Palling. Killla, 11 Rev Milli kon. Congupns, 3 Rev Phillips; 7 30 Mr Palling. North Mooroopoa, 7.30 Mr Long. Crahamyale, S Mr Ford. ANGLICAs.-III Sunday in Lont-St. Augostine's, Sheppsrton-8 a.m, Holy Communion; 11 a.n, Litany .and Bermon; 7-30 p.m, Evensong and Ser mon, "'The Lost Coin."-The Rector. Shepporton East-S p m. Holy Com munionand Sermon. Arcadia-3 p.i, Evensong and Sermon-Rsy D Sherris. Tallygaroopna-ll a.m., and 7 30:p.m, St. Luke's; 3 p.m., St John's-hay A G Horner. PRESBYTERIAN-Shepparton (Harvest Thanksgiving), 11 and 7-30, Rev R Wilson Macaulay, B.A. Pine Lodge, 3 p.m. (Harvest Thanksgiving). Rev R Wilson Macaulay, B.A. Areadia 11, Kialla 3, Shepparton Eastce. 7.30-Mr P Foreter BAPTIsT - Shepparton, 11 Mr H Whitfield, 7 50 Rev J W -...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE AT THE CORPORATION YARDS. GOULBURN VALLEY MARKETS. SHEPPARTON SHEEP MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 March 1914
COMMEROCIAL INTELLIGENCE AT THE CORPORATION YARDB8, GOULBURN VALLEY MARKETS, SHEPPARTON 8HEEP MARKET. A light yarding of sheep forward on Tuesday to a full attendance of buyers. Almost a total clearanoe of all yarding was effected. Total yarding 8780, in eluding 789 in the fat pens. Fat sheep sales about equal to previous markets. Lambs decidedly easier, showing a &nbsp; decline of fully Is per head, Quotations: Xbred wethers, good, 17s 4d to 18s ld; merino wethers good, 15s to 16a 4d: good exbred owes 16s to 17s 8d medium do 14s lid to 15s 6d; merino owes IIs 4d to 14s Id, prime lambs 15s 10d to 17s Id, good do 14s 3d to 15s qd, medium do 13s to 1.s qd.
BREVITY BUREAU. Moon's last quarter on Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 March 1914
BREVITY BUREAU. FROM THE FOUB QUARTERS. Moon's last quarter on Thursday., Or David H Gibson, of Cressy,, an. nounces he will be a candidate for repre sentation of Ballarat- at next- Federal elections, For fifth year in seueeeslon, Mr B Wateon eleeted president of Geelong. Ageriulteral Soielty Mitl Isabella ?arry, matron at NhIll Hospital, appointed matron at Stawell Hospilal Addreu of protest against compulsory military training presented by represen tatives of Society of Friends to Prime Minister Cook Rev Alfred Stephen Hewlett, Angli can clergyman (brother of Maurice Hewlett, the well-known novelist), has resolved to spend the remainder of his life at a Japanese leper station. DESPERATE SHOOTING Pains in the Cheat require prompt treat ment. Use Dr Sheldon's New Discovery for (onghs and Colds. It give immedi te relef. Price, l 6d.and 8s. Obtain able everywhere. Code-book, which will enable the possessor to decipher the most confiden tii signals, stolen from a British battles hip as...
THE MAKING OF HUMUS. MAINTAINING SOIL FERTILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 March 1914
THE MAKING OF HUMUS. --e MAINTAINING S0IL FERTILITY. There Is not a more important matter for those who would keep up the fertility and efficiency of his soll than. the con. eeyratlon of the decayed vegetable: mat teer n the soil called humus.: We now one thing for certain, and that is that the original wheat growinr lands, of Australia were productive with humus and filleed with-,the potash deposited there from burning grass for ages. It is noticed that these soils by long culti vation are.losing their. original darker color..and in proportionsee that change takes place so also are they.losing their power of crop production. "We have noted a desoded change," a practical correspondent writes, "since our first operations in humus conservasion. This has come through liberal appllcations of manure and the ploughing under of the fourth growth of lucerne, as well as its roots. The farm has more than doubled i? its productive power In average sea. sons. It is true that we have used liber ...
GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 March 1914
GENERAL ITEMS. A very nasty accident oaearred to Mr W Brown, son of Mr J Brown, at Ko topnu. He was driving a young cow, and-had occasion to dismoumt from the horse he was riding. Something startled the latter, which wheeled round and kicked Mr Brown over the eye, making an ugly and dangerous wound which necessitated surgical .treatment- by Dr ,Keyes, of Nathalla. Mr W Morris, representing the Goal burn Valley Industries Company, is at present in Tungamah district placing the balance of the unsold shares in the company. Sheep-raisers are responding to the call by taking up shares gener. ously, as they are not slow to sea that the freezing works at Shepparton mean a big thing to them fioancially. So esuo eesaful has been the mission of Mr Mor ris that but few shares are now unrold; The election of school. committee for -Undera North has resulted as follows: -Messrs G Baker, T O'Brien, G Myers, Tae Walker, Mesdame; -K Anderson, Baker and Myers. The committee elected, for Katsmatite St...