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GENERAL SESSIONS. A TALLYGAROOPNA CASE. DEATH OF MR. W. H. ANSTIS. CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER. ACCUSED DISCHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914
GENERAL SESWMS. A TALLYGAROOPNA CASE. DEATH OF MR. WY H. ANSTIS. CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER. ACCUSED DISCHARGED. In the Court of General Sessions this morning before Judge Box, a young, un married man named Orvllle Byron Ran dall was presented on a charge of man slaughter. Mr J. Sutherland acted for tho Crown prosecutor, and Mr W. M'C. Abernethy appeared for the acousod, who pleaded not gnilty. - The following jury was empanelled:— Thomas Hookey, Shepparton, hotelkeeper (foreman); Joseph Cosgrove, Ardmons, urohardist; W. Robinson, Shepparton, farmer ; James . Parker, Shepparton, farmer ; David Goodlet, Shepparton, oar peuter; John. T Buokworttf, Kialla, far mer ; Frauk K. Howson, Shepparton, dealer ; Samuel James Orchard, Shep parton, farmer ; David Clark, Arcadia, farmer ; Jas. O'Connell, jun., Sheppar ton, agent; William Henry Clark, t^hep purbin, farmer; Joseph L. Quir.livun, .Shepparton, farmer. The acting Crown PrOsccutor stated that accused was charged with killing one, William He...
LOCAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914
LOCAL MARKET. Butter (Belling) ... lid to la Id Eogs (giving) ... 7J doz Bacon (selling) . .... lid tola Ham (selling) ... Is to ,1a 2d lb Wheat (giving)3s 3d bushel Chaff (stilling)- ...' £8 5a ton Onioks (telling)... i0s6d per owt. potatoes (selling) new 5s owt. Flour (selling) - .... 15s bag Bran (selling) . .„ la bus' Pollard (gelling) ... la id bus ;Calf Skins (giving) 6d per lb Sheep Skins (giving):; 5Jd per lb .Hide ^giving) . ,M" 4Jd perlb
SHEPPARTON MARKETS. Pigs. Monday, February 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914
SHEPPARTON MARKETS. PlflS. Monday, February 9th. Short yarding of pigs; full at tendance of buyers. The market was brisk and firm throughout, all olasses realising high figures. There were numerous buyers for store pigs unsupplied. Bacon pigs showed an improvement to 5/ per head,,on previous market. Extra heavy primo bacon, 75/ to 77/; prime bacon, 68/ to 72/; good do., 01/ to 65/6; medium, do.. 50/ to 59/; porkers, 36/ to 44/; back fats, rough up to 87/: bacon stores. 42/ to 49/; small stores, 33/ to 38/; big slip of quality up to 37/; suckers, only one pen forward, such said at
SHEPPARTON MARKETS Sheep [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914
8HEPPART0N MARKETS 8he«o Short supply of sheep t«> m" derate attendance of buyers; market about equal to late rate*: all classes still command lii?" figures, but in most instance.-, difficult to quit at vendors' rn" ces. Fat sheep market opened liriu at late figures, but were slightly easier towards the end &lt;>f the sale, the quality not being ^ good.l'otal yarding, 5854 heau, including i 191 in the fat pen* Quotations;—Comeback wethers of fair quality 15/3 to 16/t>: merino wethersj good. 15/7 _I^ 16/10; medium do 13/0 lo U/»; x bred ewes, good, 16/0 to U/> medium do., from 12/ to 15/-: comeback ewes. 13/1 to M/': merino ewes, 10/10 to 13/'; lambs, extra prime, up to ISA'; good lambs, 14/3 to !5 '• medium do., 11/ to 13/3. S'°1V sheep actual sales: 123 x owe rising -ith at 17/9; 77 x e\«J ~th at 15/11; 161 aged nienne ewes, at 15/; 177 merino owe 5 and 6 yrs, at 9/7; 52 do., &lt;fr at 9/; 36 x wethers, small, «11 15/8; 61 lambs, at 12/: 3-. wethers at 1...
A THISTLE PROSECUTION. HONORS ARE EASY. FINE RECORDED; CONVICTION SUSPENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914
A THISTLE PROSECUTION. " HONORS ARE EASY. FINE RECORDED; CONVICTION SUSPENDED. ; In the Shepparton Court of Petty Sessions on Tuesday, be fore Messrs Jas. Thorn and T. N. Muntz, J.P's., James Drum mond, thistle inspector. Shire o&lt; Shepparton, proceeded against Joseph Timms, owner of allot parish of Kialla, for failing to destroy thistlos after having been duly notified so to do! Mr. Sutherland (Sutherland and Macfarlane) appeared for the Council and Mr. A. C~Tuthill for the defendant. James, Drummond, the in formant,- stated that he flrst visited defendant's land on Oo tober 25, when he found star thistles growing along the road. He served a notice on thel8th December on defendant for star thistles. Next visited the land on January 14. The star thistles had not been touched, but the saffron thistles had been care lessly nipped off. To Mr Tut hill: I am inspector for North, South and Kialla Ridngs. On the same day served notces on a number of occupiers, along the whole len...
FIRE BRIGADE EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914
FIRE BRIGADE EVENTS. Although the .only coriipeting teams were Shepparton . and Mooroopna, great - interest was taken in the interesting events, which were carried out under the supervision of Gapt. G. A. Rundle. Mr. W. D. McLen nan (Moroopna) officiated as judge. Results:— Rescue- Work: Mooroopna (McKenzie and Hawking), 19 1-5 sees, beat Shepparton (H. Burns and A; Maskell), 20 sec. Ladder i-ace: Mooroopna No. 1 (McKenzie) beat Shepparton (T. Mahoney); Mooroopna No. 2 (Hawking).. 7.2 beat Shepparton (A.. Maskell); Shepparton (W. Florence) 7.3 beat D. Robertson. In the run off against time the results were as follow:—Hawk ing, 6.4; McKenzie 7; Burns, 7.1; Robertson, 8.
SHEPPARTON GIFT, 130 YDS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914
SHEPPABTON GIFT, 130 YDS. 1 First prize, £80; second,- £20; third, £10; fourth, £5. First Round. First heat: F. Dobbyn, l-Uyds, Second heat: C S. M. White, 10i yds, 1; R. B. Drew 13 yds, 2; G. \V. McMahon,-15 yds, 3. A close finish. Time, 12 2-5 6ecs. Third heat: L. Beyer, 12J yds, 1; D. Devine, 9i yds, 2; W Stone, 15 yds, 3. Won easily. Time, 12 1-5 sees. I* Fourth heat: S. G. Cunnmg ham, 13 yds, 1; P. F.-Seymour, 15 yds, 2. Easy win. Time, 12 1-5 sees. . . Fifth heat:.G. N. Cameron; 15 yds, 1; R. Garnie, 104 yds, 2; J. G. Bentley, 13 yds, 3. . Only won by six inches. Time, 11 4-5 sees. Sixth heat: J. Fogarty, 13 yds, 1; J. Di'eghorn, 114 yds, 2. A close finish. Time, 12 sees. . Seventh heat: T.W.. Jameson, 15 yds, 1; H. McGabe, 94 yds, 2; \V. McManus, 13 yds, 3. Eighth heat: J. Pugh, il3 yds, i; H. Logan, 154 yds, 2. Easy win. Time, 12 3-5 sees. • Ninth heat: G. H. Best, 134 yds, w.o. Tenth heat: H. A. Wales. 14 yds, 1: W. Hartley, 9 yds, .2. Won by two yards. Time, 12-2-5 Elevent...
LOG CHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914
LOG CHOI*. . This • interesting event - (look place in front of tne grandstand, in full view of the spectators. The stewards were Messrs D. Treahy and G. McAuliffe and the judges, Messi's D. Murphy and W. Nooijan with whom were asso I elated , Mr. J. Headland, all of Benalla. It may be stated in, cidentally, that Messrs Noonan and' Murphy wero the first to set., this manly, form of sport going. The competitors -were Messrs J. Bi'Qwn, Korrumburra, scr.; A. Prentice, ; Mathoura, 'n.S.W. x 10 sees, bhd); G. A. Crick, Beaufort (5 sees.); L. Golombine (sor.); C. Weston, Albion street, West Brunswick (38 sfecs): L. A. Gulley, Hill End, via Moe (10 sees.). The tjeults were: Weston (2.10 less heap), 1; Crick, 2; Galley, 3. The dimensions of the logs were 53 inches. The winner received au ovation. ; HIGHLAND DANCING. TheofBcala'in these events were:—Mr. T. Cowan, judge: Mr H. Fraser, piper; Messrs T. J. Mclver. J. Sutherland and A. B. McClelland, stewards. The re sults were as follow:— Highl...
HURDLE RAGE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914
HURDLE RAGE HANDICAP. 130 yards. * First, £14; second, £4; third, £2. • ;• First Round. First heat: D. Hogan, 7 yds, 1; B. O'SuHivah. lO yds, 2. An ex citing finish. Time; 17 sees. Second heat: W. O'Kane, 8 yds, w.o. ■ " ■ Third heat : R. F. Hogan, 8 yds, 1; T. Trainor, 11 yds, 2.- Very good race. Time, 17 2-5 sees. Fourth heat: A. J. McCabe,~3 yds, 1; T. J. McGahan, 9 yds, 2; P. J. Burke, 11 yds;* 3.^ Won by inches. Time, 17 1-5 sees. Second Round. First heat: J .McGahan, 9 yds, 1; A. J.; McCabe, 3 yds, 2. T. Trainor started and fell. Time, 16 3-5 sees.* Second heat: D. Hogan, 7 yds, 1; B. O'Sullivan, 10 yds, -2. W. O'Kane failed to 'finish. Time, 16 sees. Final. B. O'Sullivan . .... . .. 1 . ; R. F. Hogan .. )■. 2 T. J. McGahan .. - .... 3 A. J. McCabe also started. A fine race, about two feet separating first and second men; at the finish. Time, 16 1-^5 sees.
THIRD AND FOURTH CLASS BICYCLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914
THIRD; AND FOURTH GLASS BICYCLE RAGE, One mile. First, £10 10/; second, £3 15/; third, 15J. ; _First heat: F. E. Smith, 10 yds, 1; T. R. Kinleyside, 30 yds, 2.. A. G. McDonald, 40 yds, also started. An easy win. Time, 2 inin 21 sees. ' ' " - . Second heat:"W. Stevens, 60 yds, 1; R.. G. Wooff, scratch, 2; E. Bainbridge, 80 yds, 3. J. G. Snell 30 yds, E. Tmnnie 60 yds, also started. Won by a lerigth. Time, 2 min 8 sees. Third heat: C. Southern, 20 yds, 1; E. J. Rowe, 80 yds, 2; S. Halliday, 30 yds, 3. Others: R. Ramm, 40 yds; J. W. Wilson, 70 yds; W. G. Foster, 80 yds, also started. A fairly easy win. Time. 2 min 10 snc.e Fourth heat: J. Keillor, 80 yds, 1; N. M. Riddell, 30 yds, 2; G. A. Trezise,'70 yds, 3. Won easily^ Time, 2 min 11 3-5 5iecs. Fifth heat: J. F. G. Hazel, 10 yds, 1; W. T. Bennett, 40 yds, 2; J. Ford, 90 yds, 3. L. Goso niekel, 50 yds, G. Walker GO yds, H. B. Huggard 110 yds,, also started. ■ Final ■ Southern .. ...... &lt;-v I - Wooff 2 ; HazeU .. .. 3 Steven...
CARNIVAL HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914
CARNIVAL HANDICAP. 220 yards. First, £14; second, £4; third, £2. - First heat: L. A. Beyer, 18 yds, 1; J. Dreghorn, 16 yds, 2; C. N. Cameron, 22 yds, 3. Other starters"were S. J, Fennoly, 14. yds; H. A. Wales, 20 yds; J. A. Dobbyn, 21 yds. Won by a yard; Time, 21 2-5 sees. Second heat: R.; Carnie, 10 yds, 1; S. F. Dobbyn, 21 yds, 2; B. R. Drew, 18 yds, 3. Won easily. Drew, the other starter, did not finish. Time, 21 4-5 sees. Third heat: S. G.'Cunningham, 19 yds, 1; D. Dcvine, 13 yds, 2. C. ^H. Lucas alsovstarted, but did not finish. Won by two yards. Time,-22 sees. Fourth heat: W. McManus, 20 yds, 1; A. L. Pinch, 15 yds. 2; H. F. Stirling', 17 yds, 3. Won easHy., Time, 22 sees. Fifth heat: C. P. Cassidy, 18 yds,' 1; W. Hartley, 15 yds, . 2;. H. M. Thornley, 22 yds, 3.'Won by a yard.- Time, 22 sees. Sixth heat: P. Houlahan, 18 yds, i; G. S. M. White, 15 yds, 2; J. C. Bentley. 21 yds, 3. J. J. Healey, 22 yds, also started. Won easily. Time, 22 1-5 sees. Second Round. First heat: J. D...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914
Two Men. From Mr. R. Olds, 121 Bell-street,. Wanganui, N.Z.:— "About'two years ago I was suffer ing from a weak back and kidney trouble so badly that I was .hardly able to move about owing to the excrucia ting pain. My digestion was affected also. 1 went, to a doctor, but had no faith in his treatment. 'Then I was advised to try Warner's Safe Cure, and after taking that medicine for a short time I found that it was doing me so much good that I continued to take it. Now I am in the best of health." ; From Mr. J. Colgan, Guildford-road, iMaylands, Perth, WA.: "I have taken Warner's Safe Cure with most gratifying results when suf fering from a severe attack of liver and kidney trouble. I had- pains in the .hack, under the shoulder blades, a heavy, dull pain in the temple and over my eyes, and a ringing sensation in my ears. At times I would seem comparativelywell, but would then be attacked 'with the most distressing symptomB, feeling peculiar pains In all parts of my body.. My appetit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914
SALES AT SHEPPARTON COR PORATION YARDS. T—0 . CATTLE ... FEBRUARY 17 PIGS ... FEBRUARY 23 SHEEP ... FEBRUARY 24 AUCTION SALES TO COME. A USEFUL SUMMARY. 4 Friday, February 13. Toolamba Stock Sale. Hugh M'Laren's Clearing Sale, at Mariingi; J. W Robinson's Clearing Sale, Cooma. Murchison E. Special Stock Sale. Saturday, February 14 Sale of Land—Maurice O'Shea 344 acres, Arcadia; Estate W. Stewart, 160 acres, Kialla West; estate J. Ferguson, 582 acres, Kialla West. Tatura Pig Sale. John Caldwell's land sale at Kialla West. Monday, February 16. Devenish Stock Sale. Undera Stock Sale. James Bros.' Cearing Sale at Wfuna. Isaac Jarvis's Clearing Sale, Central Shepparton. Dookie Stock Sale. M'Donald's Clearing, Cobram.. Gunn's Clearing Sale, Katunga Tuesday, February 17 Shepparton Cattle Sale. Airs. Barren's Clearing Sale, Toolamba. Wednesday, February 18. Caniambo Stock Sale. Wilby Stock Sale. Nancarrow's Clearing Sale at Mundoona. M. Brady's Clearing, Rochester W. H. Hooper's Clearing Sa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914
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shepparton news Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914
shepparion i?ews Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12. - Cr. W. Sheil, who is regular in attendance at the shire council moetings, was present for a por tion of the time at Monday's meeting, and was called away to attend to some important busi ness. Robert Breen, late of Kyabram retired farmer, who died on December 11, left by will dated December 20th, 1907, real estate of the value of £9331, and per sonal estate £1158, to the widow and children. Mr. James Fairley, manager of the Tungamah branch of the National bank has received no tice of promotion and transfer to the management of the branch at Ballarat. Mr. Lockhart, from Traralgon, succeeds to manage ment of the bank at Tungamah. In the General Sessions, which court was opened this morning m the Court House, before Judge Box, Mr H. Bowden, the newly appointed bailiff, entered on his duties and acquitted himself well. lie had, apparently, re hearsed well, and passed through the ordeal satisfactorily. As ...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914
CHURCH SERVICES. Anglican—Soxogesima Sunday - Shop parton (Harvest Thanksgiving Festival), 8o.ni, Holy Communion; 11 a.m., Litany and Sermon ; 7.30 p.m., Evonaong and Fcrtnon—Kev. D. ShcrriH. Shep p-jrton East, 3 p.m., Evensong and Ser mon. St. Potor e, Arcadia, 3 p.m. (Har vest Festival) — Rov. N. I). Herring. Tallygaroopna—11 a.m., St. Luke's ; 3 p.m., St. Johu s-,Rov. A. O. Horner. Pbesbyterias. — Shepparton, 11 n.m. ; Pine Lodge, 3 p.m. ; Shepparton Kstale, 7.30:p.m.—Mr A. .1. Kipper. A read in, 11 a.m. (Harvest TbunkBgiving); Kialfa, 3 p.m. ; Shepparton, 7.30 p.m.—Rev. (5. Paul. Methodist.—Shepparton, 11 a.m., Rev. VV. Millikan; 7.30 p.m., Kov. MilliUun. Mooroopna, 11 a.m , Mr l'hillips. ; 7 30 p.m. Mr Palling. Tallygaruopna, 3 p.m., Rev. W. A Millikan ; 7.30 p.m., Mr Potts. Citniumbo, 2.30 p.m., Mr F. Wall. Pine Lodge, 3 p.m., Mr Frederick. Tank I Corner, 11 A.m., Mr Williamson. Kialla, 11 a.m., Mr Froderick. Congupna, 3 j p.m., Mr Williamson. North Mooroopna, j 7.30 p.m., Mr ...
SIX SISTERS 475 YEARS OLD [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914
SIX SISTERS .475 YEARS OLD The Joint ages of a family ot six sis- - ters named Lamelle, living in a little I village near Autun, France, total 475 1 years. Lazarette is eighty-five, Marie 1 eighty-three, Marie lazarette seventy-, eight, Etiennette and Jeanne, twins, i seventy-seven, and Antoinette seven- . ty-ftve. They are all in perfect health, and look forward to living 100 years each. j NOT ON THEIR OWN The ideal of the future must be a i humanism which no more idealises ] '.'the woman on her own" than it ad mires the isolated man, but allows to each personality and freedom, and Jinks them in a comradeship against j the lusts and the brutalities which tvould destroy them both (says "The Nation"). • • • s.e •>$ »/>