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

T ° ,! s v &■$'* PATENTS Obtained }n Commonwealth and Else where for.improved methods of Appli ances, Tools, etc., of any description Full Information. Costs, etc., sent on " application to A. O. SACHSE, O.E. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND in! ,1 >. /BUILDINGS Corner Coilins and William Sts., : . MELBOURNE.

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

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WONDER OF LIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

■,-rUIl: y<iu: had! gonefto sleep ' savont^ years ago :'and-awoke; !to-day ■■ wHoit iwould be. the :most astonishing thing}? "In .• hiss -'Mld-.Vlctoriah • Meknorles*'; MY •RE. Francilldn answara the quostiori lit is not' motor cars.' or: aeroplanes that would astonish you. But light:'"'Thfe lights of I»»aon: AW even younger men must renvembp£-,the candle, the paraffin lamp',' which smelt horribly, and ."t but, a.comer"ot^C room. FJfty.yearb ,agbtth#tllghiJoMlw-'horiie was a, candle or two encouraged 'by^SnufTers! AnS .the awakened- Victorian IB ~b?.;eIect(iQ>lIght8<that turn ito iJjoqnday.-.i Our,. ,houses ,ana, .street, ha,ve abolished, night,", says ''■Westminster/.', '£jid' 'the 'comthk 'of; llgTit1 • wouMf - t>6J the wonder1' of: ,thl 'irnfiri:wHHlhaa'gdho"' t6' 'sleep'with a1 tall -lowTcandle and'waked'to-L-tur'n onthfc ■switch:-';.-; :u ;*« ( ItijLB,evpiung ■■MS&i

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PAID IN FULL [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

DSIDirfN: FIILli: i: -.o? / j y$ara'.agcp, onj Il^emftgi; 11, 11894, Me,^, W.CrQok,, an. ambitlous young mari of twenty-six, dismiss ed f^-qm. iwi qfflce .. (n, .Wolverhampton, ^wh^0;';^e.riwas2.en^ge4;;lri the r^ilwpy 'conpra,cting;. business.^ H(ls dismissal ...wwi.iprtbfffl'a :.by: iiis ^rbelng ^declared ^bankrupt. i ] i ' "On Wednesday last, i (December .17 (s9.ys7.Tl1e Daily llal)")Mr Coofcmiddle .aged, and prosperous,..en tered; the Of ;flcfal, Receiver's pfflQe at' Wolverhamp-' , ton-and .presented ths.JRecetver with, a :«fcwMki fpsn _£8W,Hihiclv., willi pay; fcis .creditors iw«ntyoShlUlnss .inths, ground ,and; all the.costin,connection\vitfr' tne .-"bankruptcy:.» -proceedings. - n The;£ SOO represents not,a.sudden windfall;-but : mopey saved blt:by bit by a- maai <w£tli ; a. fine. respect _for his. good: name' ahd that- -of his.wlfe and children;.;.-; i-• j : •: vVTher-day M was dismiBsed is^ very • vivid-Jinny; mefory,": sttld-: l Mr * Oobk.. ;".We were,all:lookl...

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AMERICAN TRADE MORE UNEMPLOYMENT THAN SINCE 1907 [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

naasi oily?—.wir'.im(0~i-ff—rSE- -iV, rmwhmwmMMm*, jthflt MiRJ»a-Wn.,max, %ve, .^U Jqng t v/tel»e4s?pt) aft4.,, flaygh tj»ea ,sure.;£«igkln««J:?rter fteeflpro;)anflinu lor 1913 (says the New ( York iC^rr#?pqn dent of,j/JRie,Daily, WBW0,!!> December iB^fUituoj JLa:y j; iii tJiJii "8:l.-v.>v/ ;;;. '; ;t -Hhe ,a«lay,({ntJn<Jucliiffnthei Senate, to end! jits deliberations, due tfl.-thebank eta'i'jfeariiitbat ilho>. BlHufW.ould estab lish .too much :poHticalcontrol,-. has .been xmo of i the; chief lobetacles; to;tho .general .TeHliinption of .bUBlnegsiaoUvlty- Indeed, InduBtri&l donditlons,!s as , indicated: by the rdilway returha, ithe ti investment Imarket,ustnd the .number* of u laborers ■But-1 of. ■work„itrt! exttfcmely <; i depressed. 'It lBfrititM tHats there arolmorelunetn £lbyed >irt! ;the MiddloWeatas well as ' tlie I'E&fettfti' Statfe«>than <in. any « year 'since 1W7J-'" This'applies particularly 'to rfaliwoyd; 'm^...

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The Heart of a Girl (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER X.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

| By_ HENRY g(\kthor^,qfi. 'JThb Moiiey-Lender,'' "12a f; i ^fftry'S^et,'' 'Sondage." etc. . ^ : *~ Tau JKigbts ^ '• | *CffAfrfl&ltv »•••»»« Se Thorne'S'* hand closed.over? ,the^ ii'bank-note. The general, publiohad con-s, ^signed the.Hasted bank robbery to' tie' ^limbo of forgotten'things; The pblibe' phiad pigeon-holed it. vOnly -a: veryi Somali portion of themoney stolen,. In eihe shape of notes concealed in Stan Mroorefs; .bedroom,- .had. ,been, recovered, i;at tfie iime. ' TE,e 'pdliceiTOfeory!batf> •jbeen, and was, that the bulk, composed f: mostly, df notes,^.bonds and -secu^tleB; the ~ greate'F part 'toeing mofe'&r'lesB i-:iiegotiaible with <sautk>n;';ni1ght,after; \a.-.tiuie ./liter. into. circulation, proMWy~6riJ'tn%*Ctin^ course was another recognised;place. for the getting rid of stolen.|K>t«(.>Xlie? police werte' pretty sure ject,- whether Stanmore'.-h^-inVi^ed" the story,of Roy StarafiSj^ dllStTact attention from his -xeiflv cdtaf...

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

COURT HOUSE HOTEL; j (C.T.A. HOUSE). | Most Central Hotel In the Town. Special Attention given to Far- ! mers. First-olass Accommoda tion. Commodious Yard and Good Stabling. -BILLIARDS. JAMES ^UMNE, Proprietor. KRISS'S COFFEE PALACE. CORNER WYNDHAM AND NIXON STREETS. ] Convenient to the Local Dootors. and the Corporation Sale Yards. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. j MEALS AND BEDS, 1/ ! Light Refreshments Sixpence. j Free Stabling. THE EMPTY CRADLE. Babies are Australia's best immigrants. In many homes baby does not appear, greatly to I lie disappointment and sorro%v of husband and wife. A book on I his matter contains valuable information and.advice. Copies free, 2d, sent for postage. Ad dress Dept.' A.P.. "Natura" Health Co. (Mrs Clifford, Supt.), 49 Elizabeth .Street, Melbourne. "Turkish Rode" is the perfect skin food ever offered to the Australian public. It tones up and f^eds the tissues and the nerves; of the face in the most natural way, and positively does not produce hair. One jar wil...

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WOMAN'S ADVENTURE IN TREE TO ESCAPE FLOOD [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

r&e> SStrag-'a EV ; Peru rl6y^WeekljS30B!©«i5^StJt;ai). Shi etate*>'that witli^OT:BHfa£boy*he a<^ ^ornpanied her H^^Qd^td^taK.6Vbut a motor-launch to ^BnsUAl;F&t>l>«r mag •fi&tcrat Mad re dgMw?3(P^>(ii>,.'tmd on completion of hKWlMtM^Uenipt ,wNas .made to dg!Ma^^W.ti6fc:e ill 'th«reservicc of -tn»^Urtj5»w®/ii Th« fS3rtlly- fescaped, -fiSa^MrsnAnkers gives the following detal^ofHhe subsequent happenings:— . . ,7 I ■>y got away In "a canoe, manned endly Indians^ but-"on the fourth day, while camping, _ thft. _ canoe was sweptTaWap.ftiA'n Indlan'-wh'o dived Into Mrs Ankerr. and child climbed into a> tree, iwhere they remained for three days and nights. Their only food wad a tin of biscuits, the rest of their pro-j visions having- been lost "Th( canoe,' des w] men c Ankers to retu: "Mrs Ankers the coast with Journey a white] "A fj ■the asing' e Anj armed ed Mr ued the Journey to! child by mule—aJ " ed byt ath at many hours' dela...

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WOMAN'S LOST £1000 EXAMINATION OF AN EX-BANK MANAGER. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

--WOMAN'S ' IBS? £1000 I EXAMINATION OF AN EX-BANK' "-'•srATTA-GKR;-^'"'-" - , terday (reports.VlThe Daily Mail" of He'-' cember 21), Mr Herbert Bray^ .formerly , manager of.:', thjI^^ ^oot'liiffTbrpad^ay'; brancly bf'the'tohiJah, JoliiV StocK-'fi^rikV : rfttrlb'ujte'd His IrisblverifX^to/a.'Ju^sipeht' ; ior £lWV'aiid' best's, obtaiiie'd .'dgafrpij , him'tfy E; poti;;ot,2fiptlng. Junclilpnu 'but'.he^ denied, jhls ,/illi,WUty. Tho; tfs^.t.6 tumed'.at itf guineas." .The; debtor. Bald :that; Miss' Bool,' a;cu^ tpnasr of; ;the bank, ;told" him ; that' Bhe' wantedf.to:invest £1000.- t6' brlnjj •• her ■ about £70 a year. He recoihmbnffed hfer to a. solicitor, .and U?o ,8^;urltleB;he a<i- ' yis4d' her.^b'.inV^stjin'.prpv^di.^vgrthl.eds,^ • :Th'e sqHc.itor,'^^Wards'le/titMjCoun-': 1 try;" After falling in,An actfon; against ' thd"fiah^','Mlqs' \|3qol ;Jssupd -sa-i 'wrJt' dfutdc.^butk-on^the^adVice' ' M his',,aolIei€ors, hedid,not;.defendltj : iH.^'Was n'Qw JiyIng-on the .charity....

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CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

CHAPTER-''Xlfc ^ >• Qneenle'^was alone in her bedroom. The morrow^vaa -iter wedding-day. She was :tq; be married In .her travelling gown, andit'lay outspread on Her bed. A ,ffirige> bbx,' (branded Voiler and Co., contained'her hat. Two-large travel-J ling-trunks occupied - further space? The family were gathered together at Scmthtiourn^.1' Mr. Gordon Price and Philip were staying at an hotel hard by, arid':Beryl, who seelh'eti affected with a chronic redness. ot her .eyelids, had; obtained .,a. room in. the same' house as her mother and'Qiieenie. Michael Thorne- was bearing a\ ex penses—it was his party—though the fact, : was transparently glazed ovey by "the fiction that 'Mr. Price had been recently successful W business opera tions in the city;' ; v'l :Early ; that , afternoon , ..Michael Thorne, accompanied by the friend who was to figure a8 best' irian, had motored down from London. Queenie -was alone in her bedroom;, though the rest of the family were gathered together in...

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CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

1 ; CHAPTER XI. • "My Dear Child,—Michael—ttua dear fellow—has • told -. me ■ the. great and joyotis'news. BleBs you, Qneenle! May your ' marMed lite be one long summer- day, flooded—with. ,sunshine and cloudless; maj your only troubles be little ^neg^: ^Throughput? my ilife, a life ■ of disappointments and perpetual "STim; fight against adverse circumstan ces, my first thotight.has Ibeen'.always my -wife's and- our'-children's welfare —their happiness. .My. heart is too. lull for a long letter. I know not "whether, to weep "6'r laugh. Th&'tboiigh't'of los ing youj^rrit" seeing 'only Yesterday I waa tip-f6etng.'into'the Tjearopih'xKere you nestled^ a newborn! little mite, .in your dear mother's arms; what more beautiful, more touching picture?—the thoughtof losing you would be un bearable, 'but for the itnowledg&that I am surrendering my dear daughter to a strong, noble, worthy fellow- who will cherish, love. and honor..her. "Thanks to" a successful stroke of Busines...

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

R*BWR Workin' In a close steamy kitchen isn't the nicest Job in the world, and sometimes I feel that tired I'm only fit to go and lie down — do you know what 1 do when 1 fee I like that ?—1 make a fresh cup of Robur tea, and drink it hot—as hot as ever 1 can, and before you can say Jack Robinson it brightens me up and I feel as right as rain again—I've' been usin' Robur No. 1 Grade for years, and 1 wouldn't have any other not if you paid me. When you're workin' amongst food all day long you gets to be a pretty fair judge of what's good and what's bad, and you can take this from me "Robur is .the very wholesomest tea that can be bought for money"—and I've tasted I don't know how many brands in 'my time, but never a one 1 liked better than Robur. The Cook. THE EQUITY TRUSTEES, EXECUTORS, & J AGENCY CO. LTD. Subscribed Capital . . £125,000 Reserved Liability . . £100,000 Guarantee Fund;-. . . £10,000 Registered Offices: 25 QUEEN STREET, MELB. Board of Directors: EDWARD FANNING,...

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TUNGAMAH SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

TUNG AMAH SHIRE COUNCIL, j The monthly meeting was held on Monday. Presenters Ryan (president), Fell, Mulquiriey,' D. Hyan, Ford; Kelly, Hodge, Whitty Stokes and Wadeson. Correspondence. "Railway Commissioners'noti fied that further consideration would be given to the matter of well near Yabba South railway station at an early date.—Re ceived. ' Public Works department inti mated that the following appli cations from council, viz., £500 for roads leading to railway sta tions and injured by firewood traffic; £500 for bridge over Boosey Creek near Tungamah— have been noted for considera tion when the allocation for cur rent financial year is being made An amount of £100 is being re voted this year in respect to the Boosey Creek bridge.—Received. Postmaster-General forwarded agreement re proposed erection jf telephone line between Tunga mah and Youanmite.—Received. Shepparton Shire asked coun cil to send delegate to proposed conference aj, Shepparton on 1.7-th inst., to discuss common ...

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COURTSHIP SUBTLETIES [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

COURTSHIP SUBTLETIES In a breach of promise case at the | Birmingham Assir.es the defendant ad- i mitted that since the end of July, 1912,! he had been friends with a wido\v. He was "walking out" with her but was not contemplating marriage Coun sel for the plaintiff: 1 want to know what is the difference between "walk ing out" and being "engaged" The Judge: What I want to know 13 the difference between "walking out" and "contemplating marriage."

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COUNTRY ROADS' BOARD WARANGA COUNCIL'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

COUNTRY ROADS' BOARD WARANGA COUNCIL'S VIEWS. . At the last meeting of the Waranga shire council a. letter was received from the shire of Shepparton, re the proposed visit lo this district of the Coun try Roads' Board, and suggesting that the various shires of the Goulburn Valley should first' meet in conference, as their in terests were identical. They had fixed Tuesday, February IT^at 1.30 p.m., at the shire hall, Shep parton, as the date of the con ference', and they asked' the Waranga council to send a dele gate. - Cr. Gunn did not see what was lo he gained by a conference. Each shire would require to be dealt with on its merts. and he. did not see that any good would be achioved. Cr. Brown agreed with this view. Cr. Furphy said he did not think much good would be re ceived from tlie Board under any consideration. They should keep shy of them. (Laughter). Ho agreed with Cr. Gunn. Cr. O'Brien said that what might suit one shire would not be benclicial to another. He agreed that l...

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

FOR CHILDREN TEETHING there is nothinK equal to KERNOT'S SOOTHING POWDERS. They are a safe and certain remedy. 1/- packets; posted, 1/1 stamps KERINOT, Chemist, GEELONG. - AT LAST ! High-Class Swedish ' Separators available at Priccs HITHERTO UNKNOWN. Our introduction of the NEW MODEL "VEGA" has dealt a death-blow to Exorbitant Prices charged by our Competitors. MAKE NO MISTAKE. The New Model "Vega" Is no rough, cheaply-constructed Separator. It has NO SUPERIOR in quality and in price there's nothing to approach it. WE ASK all intending buyers to verify these statements, and thus SAVE MONEY, which is none too plentiful these times, PRICES: 12 gall., £3/15/.; 23 gall., £7; 55 gall., £10/10/-; SO gal!., £15/15/.. Energetic Commission Agents wanted throughout Victoria. Splendid opportunity , Smart Salesmen. Write now, Department " C.P.," Buckeye Harvester Co. 44 to 52 FRANCIS ST., MELBOURNE. ITADATIO ratMANENTLY CUU . Hydatids. Llverind Kidney Trouble^ Outrie Ulcer*, Internal OrowtbL M...

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CLOSER SETTLEMENT. IMPROVED PROSPECTS IN IRRIGATED AREAS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

. CLOSER SETTLEMENT. IMPROVED PROSPECTS IN IRRIGATED AREAS. The respective positions of the Water Commission and Closer Settlement Board were adjusted last year by the State Ministry, acting under the amending act, which was passed during the : previous session. The com mission took charge of the irri gable portion of the closer settle ment estates, while the board was left in charge of the dry areas. The position on the transferred properties, when the commission assumed control, was most unsatisfactory. Weeks of work for the commis sion were involved in ascertain ing the. actual financial position of the settlers. The policy of foolish leniency with the settlers who were in arrears, and were taking advantage of the-board's shortsightedness, was not con tinued. Settlers who did not pay and said that they would not pay, were .told that they must pay, or the commission would be compelled I'd sell up their stock and property. According to the commission, the result is shown in an impr...

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SHIRE'S FINANCE COMMITTEE OBJECTIONS TO PRIVATE MEETINGS. CR KERRINGS'S MOTION LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

SHIRE'S FINANCE COMMITTEE objections to private - - meetings. . cr kerrins's motion lost. Cr P. A. Kerrins, at Monday's meeting of Shepparton Shire Council, brought up.the subject of the finance committee meeting in the secretary's office to go through the accounts. In urging that meetings should not be held in the sec retary's ofllce, he pointed out the disomforts of the posi tion, more especially during the summer months. That morning he had been- unable to bear the close stuffy atmosphere of the room, and had to leave. He did not believe in secrecy, and thought everything should be above-board. It would, be more comfortable, more convenient, and, he added, more business like, to hold the meetings in the council chamber, and he moved to that effect. Cr. W. L. Thompson, in secon ding the motion, endorsed the remarks of his colleague. He thought one result of the open meeLing would be that there would be less desultory talk. The president objected to the references to secret meeting...

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SHEPPARTON SHIRE COUNCIL. OFFICERS' REPORTS. MOTIONS CARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

SHEPPARtOttSHlRECOUNClL. : OFFICERS' REPORTS. ' MOTIONS CARRIED. i The following additional busi ness was transacted-at Monday's meeting ' of Shepparton Shire Council:— REPORTS. : I Yards Manager. • R! E. Dudley reported: Gattle yarded, 1148; sold. 885; fees, £13/12. Sheep yaraed, 20,616; sold, 12,836; fees, £34/18/9. Pigs yarded, 311; sold, 309; fees £4/19/8. Horses yarded, 28; sold, 10; fees, 10/. Total, £54/ 0/5. The manager asked, in view of the comparison if he should charge .the same rate on recent ly shorn lambs as early shorn sheep.—On the motion of Crs Kerrins and Fair it was decid ed to leave the matter in the hands of Mr Dudley. j Inspector of Nuisances. I R. E. Dudley reported: The j contractor for street cleaning is • making every effort to get the street channels into fair order The different slaughter houses appear to be in a sanitary con dition —Received. Thistle Inspectors. J. Drummond reported that owing to prevalence of noxious weeds in Town Riding (chiefly | star...

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

mmmme J. P. MCLENNAN'S Summer Sale fgT,FlinifirmMflH'HI IMM1II BrnmfeirMTWMiTBUi* ..STARTS.. Next Saturday, 17th JANUARY; 1914. GREAT BARGAINS!: MHHM Are You " ' Thinking of Getting a New SUIT ? SUCCESS IN LIFE .Musi be largely attributed to a Smart, Well-dressed Appearance. We produce CLOTHES that embody character and refinement, QUALITY stands behind our TAILORING and creates the essentia strong hrst impression which helps a man to command that respect which is n cessary for him to succeed. Procure one of these Full=value Suits-«NOW AND GET A FULL SEASON'S WEAR FROM IT. II ff mlTTON& GREEN The TAILORS with a reputation, YVYNDHAM STREET. SHEPPARTON. THE "MICKOEN" •210/10/- , '/J/lMinCii 1 DRNMNGSOOfl SUIT! Wonderful Suite Offer 7 Elegant Pieces in Rosewood - £ 10/10/ A nicely-furnished Drawingroom makes your home look more homely — it makes your friends look more friendly* and yourself xnoie pleased with both home and friends. To get this happy combination try this very low...

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