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DEFINING A TRADE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

DEFINING A TBADE Four Law Lords and five eminent counsel were occupied In the House of Lords yesterday in an endeavor to settle whether boiling a kettle is or Is not a trade (says the "Dally News" of November 15). They did riot suc ceed—at least, their lordships re served judgment without calling' upon counsel for the respondent, Lord Huls bury remarking that if they desired to hear them they would notify them to that effect. The respondent yesterday was the occupier and licensee of the Crutched Friar Hotel, John street, Minories. The appellants were the Metropolitan Water Board, and the question at Issue was whether the water supply was one for trade or "domestic pur poses, in view of the fact that a cater ing business is carried on at the hotel. One ortwo posers were put by Lord Halsbury to Mr. Clavell Salter, K.C., who opened for the Water Board, and argued that the catering consti tuted a trade within the meaning of the Act. "If an old woman had someone to tea (to be paid for), ...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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BICYCLE SCRATCH RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

BICYCLE SCRATCH RACE. - Half-mile. First, £7: second, £2 10/; third iO/. ' . • First heat: P. Hehir, 1; F. E. Smith, 2; J. G. Snell, 3. A good race. - Time, 1 min 9.4-5 sees. . Second heat; L. H. Parkinson, 1; A. J, Davies, 2, A poor race. Time, l ;-min'18 4-5 sees.: ' Third'heat: E. A. Priestly, 1; F. D. .Walcott, 2, > Won easily. Time, l;min 10 sees. Fourth heat: A/V. Brown, w.o. Fifth heat: E. Tamme, ,1; J. F.G. Hazel, *2; G. Southern, 3. Won easily. Time, 1 min 11 sees. Final Priestly .. \ 1 • .'Brown-,....... .. v.. "2 / Parkinson .... -.:. 3 , Won sitting up. Time, ,1 min 2 3-5 sees. •■■ ■. ■

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CELLULOID PERIL REGULATIONS FOR STORAGE AND SALE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

.CELLULOID PERU >!S FOR STORAGE SALE ! ^•JJraStSoir&ulatlotaa to meet the cel made in the report otjff^Ifep.artBiwntal Committee (Ehg ldfla>iwSich Jfatileen Considering jthe PE©pqsalSi (says "The J^jy^ltfe'w'sr^'areie^lculatcd to excite alaiwViifhSns%tlie*"pBhllc\and to jre volutionise thVftra<Je,,.l!i The danger I'd'ih^ purchasing pfcb rnertcnlrTrolnteffi^ut, is increased j by ;ttie Ttttiithat; ln$many cases the pa ture bf^thc aiibatiflce is not ^apparent, : and.vthe.xCommltte'e urge that some "SuchV^ords \aa'j j'Cellulold£ inflam ^f^!is,i;,""shouJ(f: bp i marked fon or iat ? /articles iand toys. ?B,tu>tsand ah(>rt; .^)arts of which other tl)#;: iyelets. and .hooks are coatedV^ftfe^sheet LceUuIoid, or j to; •Tvhipfrteelluldid ' liueKles sire attacned, ■shoUld/iiot be ; soltf'^without an. indi '■ risks ankc^^^^li£it|ii^^||eeUulold in the i a'M i^?e:coirlm^nded-^hat4(iCs(l' autjio Wti^s ^du0vfc«u^ w»r6ifig#- to shop k«(ep efs'w)"'iffOiV'dangerdiiS' ^pro...

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SHEPPARTON WHEEL RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

SHEPPARTON WHEEL RAGE. Two miles. First, £17; second; £6 5s; third, £1 5s; . , First heat: J. F. C. Hazel, 160 yds, 1; 11. Ramm; 220 yds,- 2. A. V. Brown, 40 yds. .J.G. Atkins, 85 yds;- G.' Walker, 260 yds,. J; Keil lor also started. Won by a wheel Time, 4 min.' 22 sec. Second heat: S. Halliday 200 yds; 1 ;■ R, G. ^Voof, T25yas, 2; Ei A. Priestly, -scr., 3. P. Hehir scr., F. D Walcott 70yds,: I,. Gosewinkol. 240yds, E. G. Rowe 300yds also started. Won by' a wheel. ..Time 4 min. 20~3t5 sees. Third heat: A. J. Davies, 85 yds, 1; E. Tajnme, 260yds, 2: W. Stevens, 240yds. 3. L. H. Parkin son 70yds,- L.. J. Orchard. 85yds. G. Southern 180yds; N. M. Riddell 200yds, W. G. Foster. 300yds also started.- Woja, by half a wheel; Time, 4. min. 1<4 sec; Fourth heat:-W. T. Bennett, 220 yds, 1|_T. R: Kinleyside, 200 yds. 2; J. Ford, 320yds, 3. Other starters: A. L. Ramsden 260 yds; W. Glasson*and C,- A. Trezise 280 yds each. Won by .sixe in ches. •: Time, .4 mini 7 sec. Fifth heat: E.- B...

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A SMART ONE-PIECE COSTUME. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

' A jjMA!RT'ON CO&fu M El f:}?TSlSid^3g3pi^fi^i9^^^edtiy film , pie . model, Xor a^i^oTSsJplwei dress; ' but; ItV haV origlrialltj-'and style. Its: , -lines -. art; ..faultless,'- and' the 'litfle ah-. gles in the <closing ;are:'diffefenl"{roin .anything yet seen.-,.It -consists ^of ja: ''shirVblouse -with: &n .Attached -turn- ; "down.'collar,- and either bf;.tw.b' .'styles;! of sleeves. The skirt is a three-or ) rour-pi^iMd©j.;^di^t .a^ffSfej lation Valftlme, with Blignl fulness _ai] the top of the back. .-•*# M. Thorp and Co., aoteapfotl, 1911 Collins-street, MeHwfrn&ijJjave But terick'e paper patteral$«ip, 'n B'zea from 32 to 45? 'inches - dubI measure. Price, 1/1 posted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

1:0 5;l. „ , -I}jf! sitlis jdJ oi rsn Met; '"uiE-l twiiKltf f'Ji ^5 rssoa ^ix-paiatabl*.

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WIFE'S TRIBUTE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

-Ji imii hiwm 1 ojui* { ;j TRIBUTE ,■.* ..i:: j it) t««»« :»U5 I?: ,:th j- -4i4.. .. . , A woman at Tower Bridge' Ppllcri Court yesterday gaye her husband thi 'fonbwlng-' ■ testimonial:' "On 'Friday1 hi geta drunk; on SittutfJay1 he 1b' generl )«lly idctttifelwicey/ on' SnndBjrfhe' wHl •&?> ftHPH a,t iJialf-jjtwst three,4 them t»Ieeri M agalxv-^ Durlpf; „ )„,,, ;; ,y , ,-n, j.yfg ]

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MILE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

MILE RACE. First, £20; second, £7; third, £3,-"' \ • • \ - 1 \V; Davill, 72 yds . . .. 1 / IL McKerizie. 25 yds .. "2 . v F. Soutar, 78 yds ;. .. 3 Other starters: R. Chalmers, 60 yds; H. Terry, 65 yds; YV. Clinch, 73 yds; F. Smith, 84 yds; l\V. Junner, 85 yds: A. S. Goates, 90 yds; A. Schmidt, 95 yds; R. 'Peatherstone, 98 yds; E. Michael son, 105 yds; W. Preston, 110 ds. Only the placed men reasled the tape. ' An easy win. No time was taken. .

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QUININE OUTPUT LIMITED [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

QDININ^-—' OUTPUpLmiTflp^. Quinine, thappriee^t wy8ti*ftaa Just been advanced, is drugs who*6 valjflte »re not^wifbTfy-Ebv^ erned by/the law/ otstiitppfy and de mand. / a. " /j£5 The dru g T*.. ob talawl • from Cinchona bark, which i^-ha<iwn§dJbecause it was introrfuce^toto/.ffioaiClnb^lnxiiaSS-bje Couiftess^^IncM^^h^r^Tfe. of the Viceroy ot PeniEwHo-was hersfelf curell of a feveriby'$fs aid. S^iw the;sWhote-, sale' drug markets the^fiark^lafBtftl ,e£ir^ ed [Chinchona^jbut the 4>harnid.aop<}eia) namo is Cincttona. UnUl'tprtCftrSttealy' reeent yearsj $ho supply^ofe^aA"\tra£ obtained froHK Sottth Anfi^ipa^-aftdi ~1£ is !Jn fact ^tSl, cpt^monlfciJs<v%*rocSt£ Peruvian barit&\V>;\ — Btit about Hah \traveller tftitalned; so'fhe CirfQKtnfe seed% and broqght-Nth^id to i£axl&tid^ wherd, they wer^«v6«tuaH£iboiiifatgt^' the D\tch Goven^<^Wf\fttth^^^r£ plantecfiin the Isla^N^$$C ter a ldhg series of^xperitnjSnt^iHhe Dutch Governm...

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YOUTHS' HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

YOUTHS'''HANDICAP 100 yards. Not over 18 years). First, £3 5/; second, £1 5/: third, 10/. . The following were allowed walkovers in their respective heats IL G. Hawkins, 8 ydsj-F. G. Murray,-10 yds; J, H. Gillan, 10 yds; W. L.. Vincent, 6. yds; Spargo, 5yds.In- the .flith heat, E. II. Martyn, 4 J yds, was first, an.d J. H. Lewis, 9 yds, 2, these being the only/ competitors. Time, 11 sees. ' . " '' '. • : Final. Stargo . . . Gillan .; .. v. .. . .. .2 . Martyn .3 v. Won easily. - Time, 9 4-5 sees;

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INSPIRATION IN DREAM WIFE'S CHANGE OF WILL [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

; iNSPiHATlON JW DItEAM; '£ [r .•"••.•.■WIPE'S-CH^G&'6'£,#&*«,> j ' • A suit wascommencea jn-iriei-ru :T»ate Division-1 yesterday' (states jATJWff' bally MSil."' December 18)V'before: 1 Justice ' Bt^rgrave and -"a ! special jury, •IH VvHich'thete"' is "4: contest respecting codicil dttricTiecP tb Hife' will ot^Mrpe.' Emma Josophine Pllet, mArrted .daugh ter.of the.late.M- do. 5ilc,Ql,.jpjsar.letor of the Cafe Royal. Regent-street.- ; The will;was;rii'We''.on March 23, 1912; the codicil w£3- datei jten days later. She died it hec-resiaienoe in London on> April 23 q£ the 'same yfear, aged nf<y-;: five. Sheihad beon-twice married; her first hus6and was -M;i Pegache, who' died in 1897, and' sheijniarried M. Henri Francis IXjuis Pilot In >1899. The executors propounded the docu-: ments-,iand.'tlfi0T codicil -waa^opposed by! the.7 -hu^and, ,'M^'Pilet.i whoty.alleged1 amorig-other things upduVj.Influence o? ■the mother. Mine. Ceiestlne ;ap! Nicol. Th^-es...

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FEDERAL RACE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

FEDERAL RAGE . One mile. First, £7; second, £2 10/;'third, 10/. First heat: A. J. Davies, 50 yds, 1; R. G. Wo off, 80 yds, 2. Smith, 90 yds; Riddell, 110 yds; Glasson, 150 yds; W. G. Forster, i GO yds. also started. Won by a wheel. Time, 2' min 1 1-5 sees. Second heat: J: Koillor, 160 yds, 1; R. Ramm, 120 yds, 2. Priestly, scr., Brown 20yds| Lod ington 130yds, Gwyther 140yds, Ilaeberlt 150yds, also, started. By half a wheel. Time, 2-min. 1 sec. • . . Third heal: J. F. C. Hazel, 90 yds, 1; W. Stevens, 130yds, 2. P. Hehir, scr., T R Kinleyside;" i 10yds, A. G. M'Dohell 120yds,E. G. Rowe 160yds., Geo. Walker 140yds, and J. Ford also started. Won by* half a wheel. Time, 2 min. 6 2-5 sec. . - J . Fourth heat: W..T. . Bennett, 120yds,«l; E.'Bainbridge, lOOydSr 2. F. D. Walcott 40yds, S. Halli day 110yds, E. Tamme 140yds, J. W. .Wilson 150yds, also started. Won by inches. Time, 2 min. 5. sec.- • V 'V' ; Fifth heat: C. Southei'n, 100 yds: L. GosewihckeV 130 yas, 2. J.\G. Snell 110yds, II. B...

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KAISER ON "OUR PROGRESS" [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

"OUR PROGRESS" iafl.addr«r$ , ;<iK ogrrespoiMent-on .DMwni; ■Xq His reply the Emperor imGed •willed titit.- iH^fyd "'*"1 to our fathers to 'soWon nched battlefield the seed oroe such gloi^i^sijfvlt. r all German races to un^ 'elopment of their ideal sstlWOK-JMd* «'twifito'i Jn Addition to these favorable preliminary bsonjUtlona, the present generation hkd jtnjoyed the blessings of a Ions and fdlpturbed peace. £ , t' "Ftimlr&'t&enSUn Jt&lflcstittn ibr sklnfc ,tMa j^voigot fit OtS' fnthmi ttiletjjecD ours pattly ^»sk x Splendid defefl^fnrW''<Jn«teftd &d •fwater." £ i 'f. Xh«fttaa#i«OJ! at JM ^e^ormoM J3roEreM,.ot M&nich,;»as daU SpulEcSn^Br^foviae a' foyriit'aftswer£tn Jthe amtami feto? fliiaojMBBBonl 3 lirillrt imii I in n r if '

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CYCLING EVENTS. YOUTHS' RACE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

CYCLING EVENTS. YOUTHS' RAGE C. II. Threlfall, 20 yds 1 G: H. Lewis, scratch ..2 : B. McCabe, 30 yds .. .. 3 -Jordan, 10 yds: Huggard, 40 yds; and Threlfall, 40 yds, also started. A good race. Time, 2 miri 23 3-5 sees. .

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VALLEY STAKES [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

, VALLEY, STAKES 410 yards. First, £17; second, £5: third; £3. .. "... • First heal: W. Clinch, 32 yds, 1; P. Holohan, 25 yds, 2; A. S. CoateS, 30 yds, 3. Other starters: S.G. Cunningham, 28yds;-W. H.Symmonds, 28 yds; E Miphael son,-32 yds: A good race bet ween the scratch and limit men, Holohan coming through his men-with a fast run. . Time, 49 1-5 sees. ' L. Second heat: S. Hall, 28 yds, 1; W. Davill>32 yds. 2. A. L, Pinch, 25 yds, also started, but did not finish. . Won easily. Time, 50 1-5 sees. Third heat: R. F. Hogan, 32: yds, 1; J. Fogarty, 32 yds, 2; R. Chalmers, 28 yds, 3.- F. Smith, 30 yds, also started. Won rathfer easily. Time', v-i9 1-5 sees. ' Fourth heat: C. P. Cassidy, 32 yds, 1; J. Pugh, 30 yds, 2. G. Mclntyre, 29 yds, also started. Aii easy win. .Time, 50 1-5 sees. Pugh was fined £5.by the protest committee for not trying. : Fifth heat: J. Dreghorn 25 yds 1; W. McManus,. 28 ydsr 2;-T. Jamieson, 36 yds, 3. R. Carnie; 30 yds. also started. Dreghorn was in charge a...

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SPRINT HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

SPRINT - HANDICAP 75 yards. First, £10; second £4: third, £1. First heat: H. M. Thornley, .10 yds, 1; J. Fogarly, 6£ yds, 2. Other starters: McGaber ii yds; Jamioson, 7i yds. A close finish. Time, 7 1-5 sees. Second heat: J. Beckwith. 61 yds, 1; W. Hartley, -Uyds, 2, Only starters. A good race. Time, 7 1-5 sees. Third heat: L. J. Powell, 93 yds, 1; W. S. James, 62 yds, 2. Only starters. A close finish. Time, 7 1-5 sees. Fourth heal: C..S. While, 5yds. 1; G.. P. .Cassidyi-.6J yds, 2: C. Spargp, 75 yds. 3. Won; rather, easily. Time, 7 2-5 sees. . Fifth heat: F. Walker, 8 yds, 1; F. N. Dobbyn, 7 yds, 2; W. M. Cameron, /8 yds, 3. Won easily. Time 7.1-5 sees. ' - Sixth heat: R. Carnie, 5 yds, 1; J. C. Oliver, 8£ ,yds*, 2. Won very easily. Time. 7 2-5 sees. Seventh heat: F. Larkin, 7Jyds 1; C. Tuck, 8* yds, 2. S. F. Dob byn, 7 yds, also started. A good finish. Time, 7 '2-5 sees.. Eighth heat: C. M'Mahon, 7i yds, walkover. Ninth heat: No starters. Tenth heat: No starters. . Eleventh heat: ...

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IRRIGATION STAKES [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

IRRIGATION STAKES 880 yards. First, £20; second, £7; third, £3. ' ■-•■■First- -heat: ■ R. McKenzie, .42 yds, I ; ;J. Pugh, 50 yds, 2; A. S. Coalcs, 44 yds, 3. Also started: H. Terry, 35 yds; F. N. B. Smith', 38 yds; R. Hopraii..48 yds; H. G. Lenne, 58 yds. Terry andMcKen zije^vereTn the lead the first time round, but the latter dropped out in. the second round, McKenzie winning., rather easily. Time, 1 min. 58 1-5 sees. Second heat: W. Robinson, 46 yds, 1; E. Michaelson, 42 yds, 2; B-. Fealhcrstori,.50 yds, 3. Other starters: R. Chalmers, 34 yds;'T. W. Jamieson, 58 yds. The fea ture of this event was, Robin son's strong- lead into the home turn, when he seemed to tire7 and Michaelson came close up. The winner, however, put on a spurt and won easily. Time, 1 rnin 53 sees. - Third heat: H: \V. Davill, 35 yds, i; D. Devine, <50 yds, 2; S. Hall, i<5 yds, 3. A. Aldred, <52 yds, also started. Davill and Devine made the running the whole way, the former mak...

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YOUTHS' 440 YARDS RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

YOUTHS' 440 YARDS RACE. Not ovor 18 years. First. £3 "5/; second, £1 5/; third, 10/; ■ - First heal: E. H Martyn, 14yds 1; H. G. HawkiiiSj 21 yds, 2, Won easily. Time 5 4 1-5 sees.. ; Second heat: J. II. Gillam, 25 yds, 1; J..I. Healey, 10 yds; 2. A close finish. Time, 59 sees. • ■ > Third heat: W. L: G. Vincent, IP yds. walkover. Final. E. II. Martyn ... ; .. 1 . .^ i. :,r. J. Healey 2 . i:- II. C. Hawkins . . . . ;3 a;: Won easily by five yards. Time 54 sees.

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TIPPING SYSTEM [Pre-printed from "The Daily Express of December. 23 1930. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

TIPPINfi SYSTEM [Pre-printed from "The Daily Ex 3>M)ss& of) December. 2 3? 133Q£V3 wftVe;^e$):et; to 4BnauticeJih4 death of fKr HSrb^VJanifs Eir^r;-jhej;gfeat re |lni«, Jirjift seyentejtorf yeatS ago, |b^UMt 'Ub Oti ^tfl e-' ,t ot a Ur a b o I I t i o n of Christmas-boxes "IfT'the British Isles. ,Writings In .these^.days^ ^vhen every towjr pas .US ay Wr %S|tu& tof; jjbmmem oT&t&# ouf* rAtlohar * deltv'efalifce from the tyranny of-aUj>s, It Is difficult to realise that tfie great moviement had its beginntftjj jin Alrft2IKsemi-detached villa at Ealing; Looking bacfc'toThat historic morn ing of December 26, 1913, one is able to re^cpnetriict-Jhe scene^.v, Ono sees Pipe^., g[ttin£f,. a.t -hifl, bref klast table, ana receiving the' maidservant's mes sage: "It you please, sir, the gentle man wha^.-tempties the dustbin has <J& Sw ifle.'.c.ompi)Jrfents of the season." ....piper, {the ,Bri ti s h ,Mu s $ u nj. ,h as his ietter""telling...

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