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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 March 1914

Sales at Shepparton Corporation Yards. PIGS... ... ... MARCH 23 CATTLE ... MARCH 31 SHEEP .... ... MARCH 24 SALE. FIXTURES FOR FEBRUARY & MARCH. Saturday, March 21- Mooroopna Horse Sale Monday, March 23 Shepparton Pig Sale Murchison Stock Sale Tuesday, March 24 Shepparton Sheep Sale Thursday, March 26 Tatura Stock Sale Friday, March 27 R Trimble's clearing sale, Cosgrove South Saturday, March 28 Tatura Pig Sale Subdivisional sale of Hawkins' irriga tion blocks Tuesday, March 81 Shepparton Cattle Sale In March E Hueking's Clearing Sale, at Wasia J. L. JEFFERS & CO. PTY. LTD., Stock and Station Agents, THE OLDERFLEET, 475 Collins Street, MELBOURNE and at DUBBO, N.S,W. E. G. O'Hanlon, Managing Director, Dubbo, N.S.W. P. D. K. O'Hanlon, Manager at Melbourne. .FOR SALE AT DUBBO. S90 acres,. all arable, timber all dead, 250 acres cleared for plough; 3-roomed house and and outbuildings; 8 miles R.S. Price 60s. Terms. Also. other lands in small or larger areas at less price....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 March 1914

AiT THE A/ ILLER STORES, 8? EPPART@N i Grocery, Crockery, Ironmongery ap-d Drapery Damaged by Fire and Water. The whole of these: Extensive Stocks are being overhauled at once, and on THURSDAY NEXT, 19th inst., at 9 am. A. HUGE SALE OF ALL DAMAGED S OCK will commence, and last for Seven Days Only. - All Sales during th Seven Days Strictly Gash Only 7 DAYS NLY. DAY ONLY. .: -:. DAYS ONLY. :THE MINLLE'R STORES, WYNDHAM=ST., SHEPPARTON. gsgf&y. Ia FI.m.. ' I v i I lyll "'',r 1 1 1 I r I I WII 1 r i' l m i r" "wasl'F I I rFIFIF-WP r clF M6'F lA? II' H, I - I I.a I P p rl' " I IF^aMj11.P^I..t' -......r............P.I , . ROWE & COS Summer Sale STARTS Saturday, January 17. Corner Wyhdham and High Streets, Shepparton,. Cream Separator Skims Clean and a Child can turn it 3 If you want results rather than cheapness in first cost you must use a MEILOTTI'. It costs nothing for repairs; needs little oil, is a per Sfect Skiummer, easy to turn and can be kept sweet and clean witho...

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FOURTH PAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 March 1914

FOUnTrrTH PAG.--O our fourth page vill be found: Congupnas Methodists, :mportant Land Tax Judgment, Paraffin end Long Life, Linking up the North, Jouncil has to Pay, Brevity Bureau, )a the Lind, Wedding Presents, etc. AN AeSENT DEFENDANT.-The fraud Summons case of W F Bowen v John LEdgar was mentioned to Mr R Knight, P' I at the Police Court on Tuesday by Mr V M'C Abernethby, whb stated that on November 11th 1913 the defendant was fined s£8 by the justic:s for not appearing in court. On November 2t;h he appeared, and on offering an explana lion for his non-appearance, it was sug chat he make an application for the re duction of that flue. The case was then adjourned, but since then nothing has been heard of him, although notice had been sent to Harrietvillo where he was supposed to be residing. The claim against him was for £7 160, an order for that amount having been made on July 8:h 1913. On the application of counsel, the case was further adjourned till April 28:h. Fno.t DEIrT TO...

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SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 March 1914

SUNDAY SERVICES. MIETHODIST - Shopparton, 11 Rea Phillips; 7,80, Rev Millikan, Moo roopna, 11, Mr J Phillips; 7.30, Rev Phillips, Tallygaroopna, 3, Revo Milli an., Caniambo, 2 80, Mr Williams. Pine Lodge, 8, Rsv Phillips. Tank Corner, 11, Ryev Millikan. Kialla, 11, Mr B13 Phillips. Congupna, 3, Mr Os borne, Grahamvalo, 0, Mr Palling. ANXLICAX.--IV Sunday in Lent--St, Augustine's, Shepparton--8 a.m, Holy Communion; 11 a.m, Matins and Sermon; 7-30 p.m, Evensong and BSer mon, "The Prodigal," No. 1. All Salints, Village Settlement, 3.30 p.m., Evoensong and Sermon.-The Reootor. St. Peter's, Aroadia--ll a.m, Matins and Sermon--Rov D Sherrls. Tallyga. roopna--11 a.m., St John's; 3 p.m., Katindra; 7,30 p.m, St. Luke'e,-Rev AG Horner. CHURCH o CHRIsr,--Worship 11, Bible School 2.45, Gospel 7,80, Preaoher, Mr H IM Clipstono FUIPTIST - Shepparton, 11 and 7,30 (Harvest Festival Sevices), Mr Hugh Macdonald; Karramomus, ?2-30 p.m, Rev J W Thomas. PeESBYTERaLrN-Shepparton 11, Shop. parton Estao, 7...

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PINE LODGE METHODIST CHURCH. CONCERT AND COFFEE SOCIAL PRESENTATION TO MRS ARTHUR LAWS (NEE ROE). [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 March 1914

PINE LODGE METHODIST CHURCH. CONCERT AND COFFEE SOCIAL PRESENTATION TO MRS ARTHUR LAWS (NEE ROE). - On Sunday, March 8th, the anni versary services in connection wvith the Pine Lodge Methodist Church were held, and, as usual, largely attended. Stirring and impressive sermons were preached-in the afternoon by the Rev W A Milli kan, and in the evening by the Rev H P Phillips-and special hymns rendered by the choir. It has been customary to hold a tea meeting and concert on the fol lowing Wednesday, but this year, owing to Congupna Methodist Sun day-school anniversary celebra tions being held at the same time, it was decided, so as not to clash. to hold the concert a week later. The concert took place last night, when the church at Pine Lodgo was filled to overflowing by friends from surrounding district 'and Shepparton ; many of those unable to gain admittance were content to stand on benches and other primi tive supports to listen to the pro gramme. After the singing of one verse of ...

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GOLD WATCH PRESENTATION. TO MISS WALKER AT SHEPPARTON STATE-SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 March 1914

GOLD WATCH PRESEN TATION. TO MISS WALKER AT SHEPPAR TON STATE-SCHOOL, A presentation was made to Miss Walker, senior lady teacher, at the Shepparton State-school this afternoon,. when over 500 children were assembled in the quadrangle. Mr J B Brunton, the headmaster, intimated that Mies Walker was going away on a trip to the old country, and to the regret of them all would not on her return come back to Shepparton. Her in fluence was felt right throughout the school; she had a very fine control of the children-earned simply by firmnoss and kindness. Apologies had been received from many of her old pupils; and from some of the members of the school committee, who were unavoid aoly auBenu. Mr T H Prosser (senior teacher) also briefly spoke, referring to Miss Walker's many fine qualities, and her abilities as a teaoher She had now attained the highest position that a lady teacher could secure; she was " at the top of the tree"; and on her return from Great Britain would take up her dut...

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DOOKIE'S NEW RAILWAY STATION. THE RECREATION RESERVE. TANKS ARE ALL DRY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 March 1914

DOOKIE'S NEW RAILWAY STATION. THE RECREATION RESERVE. TANKS ARE ALL DRY. (From Our Own Correspondent). Some two years ago the residents of the town and district brought under the notice- of the Victorian Railway Com mieesioners the urgent necessity of a new and more up-to-date railway station. After considering the matter for some time the Commissioners gave way to the request, with the result that a new rail way station was listed for Dookie. The workwas, a long time starting, but be ing continually pressed indireotly by the rnhn hA ,. Ly 1A ing became an established.feat, and will, in the course of a week or so, be com pleted and fully equipped. Work in the old building has been carried on under very unfavorable oonditions-it being considered as undoubtedly the hottest place in Dookie, the temperature regis tered being fully six degrees hotter than any other part of the town. The struc ture, which is of the latest model, cost close on £2000. Everything will be up. to-date; linoleu...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 March 1914

BOWLS. Great interest was taken in the game played at Tatura yesterday, between Seymour and Shepparton, owing to the G.V.B.A deciding, on the protest by Seymour, against Shepparton's win on January 21st, on the ground that the latter had not their bowls stamped according to the rules. It was ruled that the game should be replayed on the Tatura green on 18th inst. Both clubs got their best possible men. Seymour players travelled by train, and the Shep parton players did the journey in Bob Oswald's drag. The Tatura club had all arrangements made, and Vice-president Georman was the umpire. A keen green was provided, and at 2.30 the game was started, and a deadly, keen tussle con tinued to the end, finally giving Sey mour the victoryby 12points, when the viocors rushed oil to oatch their train. Detailed scores as follows : SEY.MOUR. Stewart, Sedgefield, Boday, Gould 1E Gronow, Moody, Gibson, Bullen 85 SHEPPARTON. Muntz, Kendall, Fairley, Whitehead 21 Stubbs, Bayne, Sandy, M'Iver ... 11 ...

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SHEPPARTON JOCKEY CLUB WEIGHTS FOR NEXT WEDNESDAY'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 March 1914

SHEPPARTON JOCKEY CLUB" WEIGHTS FOR NEXT iWEDNES. DAY'S MEETING. The following are the entries (which constitute a record) and weights for next Wednesday's meeting at the Broken River racecourse. MAIDEN PLATE Levente, Kaleena, Trixie Leander, Floesie, Eva Preston, Halo Hova, Sir Fyfe, Umadda, Anchorage, Harmani. tone, Jack Stone, Mild Maid, Pilgrim's lHet, Primbra Boy Lady Predominant TRIAL STAKES. st lb Flew .., ... 9 0 Rdsetone ... 8 12 Wiapa ... ... 8 9 Black Flora ... 8 7 Irhurst ... ... 8 6 Chalmers ... 8 6 Byock ... ...8 4 ChObester Abbey ... 8 0 Lilly Brock ... 7 12 Comedy Queen ... .7 12 Puzzled ... ... 7 12 Ben's Daisy ... 7 9 Ancona ... ... 7 7 Miss Willow ... 7 5 Miss Goya ... 7 5 Noble Bill ... 7 5 Miss Hamling ... 7 2 Lsoturette ... 7 0 Umbalong ... 7 0 Brai Cheater ... 7 0 PONY RACE. Little Tam ... 10 2 Posey .. ... 9 9 Imperial ... 8 9 Coogee ... ... 8 5 Winstep ... 8 " Clare .. ... 8 0 Premarvel ... ' 7 5 Lady Anit ... 7 2 Splendour Queen 7 0 Glefi ... . 7 0 Levente ...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 March 1914

PERSONAL. Mr Reg. Abernethy (son of Mr and Mrs W MOC Abernethy, of Shepparton), has passed his first year, law (Li.L.B. examination). He is at Queen's Col lege, Melbourne. A real surprise awaited Mr A. White head, J.P., at the Shepparton Bowling green on Monday evening The mem bere assembled after play, when the president, Mr H B Harvey, in a hap pily expressed speech, referred to the eplendid services Mr Whitehead had rendered during the paest five years as hon. secretary; and, on behalf of the club, presented him with a fine pair of exoelite bowls, suitably inscribed. Mr Whitehead (from whom the secret of the intended presentation had been well kept), made a characteritlio response, thanking the members for their kindly gift. Mr Hugh M'Donald (third son of Mr Hugh M'Donald, at one time head. master of Shepparton State-school), etudent of Baptist College, Melbourne, will conduct harvest festival services in the Baptist Church on Sunday next. Regret was expressed in many circles yes...

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WEDDING BELLS. FRANKE—TRIMBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 March 1914

WEDDING BELLS. FRANKE-TRIMBLE. A wedding that aroused much interest and locally created quite a stir, was cele brated in the Oaniambo Methodist Church on Wedneeday, March 11th. The contracting parties were Carl Adolph, son of Mr Henry Franke, of Horsham, and Olive May, daughter of Mra Trimble, "Albury Park," Cani ambo. The ceremony was performed by Rev H P Phillips. of Mooroopna. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr R Trimble, was handsomely dressed in embroidered voile with large train: her wreath and veil were dainty, and she carried a beautiful shower bouquet of white artificial flwers and fern and white streamere. The brides. maids (sisters of the bride), both of whom earried beautiful bouquets, were Miss Ruby Trimble, who was beautifully dressed in evelinine silk, and Miss Violet Trimble, who looked exceedingly well in silk voile. Two little nieces of the bride acted as train bearers-May Thomas and Ethel M'Kay, and the one word "sweet" describes them. The bride's mo...

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ON THE LAND. ADVANTAGES OVER CITY LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 March 1914

ON THE LAND. ADVANTAGES OVER CITY LIFE. ADDRESS BY DIRECTOR OF AGRICULTURE. It was fitting that the principal speaker at the harveet thanks giving service at Wesley Church, Melbourne, should be the Director of Agriculture (Dr Cameron), and that the subject of his remarks should be the urgent necessity for a more even distribution of the population of this State. One of the greatest Dreadnoughts, he said, was a puny thing when compared with a grain of wheat. A grain of wheat in time became the sustaining power of humanity, while on the other hand the most gigantic war ships became of little or no use in a few generations. Life on the land was far superior to life in the cities, but for some reason people preferred to live to. gether in large numbers. It was was wonderful how this State had made such progress, bearing in mind the fact that 46 per cent of its population lived in Melbourne and suburbs. This was a larger proportion of city dwellers as compared with country dwellers than ...

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PREMIERSHIP LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 March 1914

PRELIEjRSHIP LIST. Plyd W L P]t Church of England 8 7 1 28 Presbyteria .. 5 4 20 High School .. 9 4 5 16 Methodists ...8 1 7 4

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COUNCIL HAS TO PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 March 1914

COUNCIL HAS TO PAY. A decision of considerable in terest to municipal councils and ratepayers was given at the Rich mond Court by Mr V Tanner, P.M., in the case of the Richmond City Council v David Mitchell (Madame Melba's father). Acting on complaints by ratepayers, the council prosecuted Mr Mitchell on a charge of having committed a breach of the Health Act. It was alleged that fine cement dust was emitted from the works of defen dant at Burnley in such quantities as to be a nuisance. Sixteen wit nesses were called for the prosecu tion, and the majority of them averred that the cement dust per colated through the houses in the neighborhood, and caused con siderable inconvenience and an noyance. For the defence, 26 wit nesses were put forward, and it was contended that the nuisance, if any, was caused more by dust from the Richmond Council road ways than from any leakage at Mit chell's works. The hearing was adjourned to allow of the works and the neighborhood being in spected on a...

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OLYMPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. CRICKET. PRESBYTERIAN V. HIGH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 March 1914

OLYM IA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. CRICKET. PnESBYTERIAN V. HIGH SCCHOOL. This was the only cricket match played yesterday, the Church of Eng. land v Methodist being postponed ow ing to sports being held on the Recrea tion Reserve. The Presbyterian and High School teams met on the Military Reserve, and the match was conspicu ous for the utter collapse of the students in the first innings, being all disposed of for 18 runs. Presbyterians scored 52 in their first innings and 51 in the second. In its second innings, the High School team, mainly owing to the fine batting of Liddelow (32 n.o.) was makiog a nuch better stand when time- was called, and stumps were drawn with one wicket down for 41 runs. Detailed scores: PREnSrYTERIAN. First Innings. Carroll, b Skinner ... ... 13 Baud, b Liddelow . ... ... 6 Revel, b Liddelow ... ... 4 A Olydesdale, b Liddelow ... 3 R Clydesdale, b Skinner... ... 2 WVaddell, b Skinner ... ... 4 Stuart, o and b Liddelow... ... 6 irvine, not out ... ... ... 1 Pa...

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LAWS-ROE WEDDING PRESENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 March 1914

LAWS-ROE WEDDING PRESENTS. Bride to bridegroom, travelling b3g Parents of bride, bedroom suite Parents of bridegroom, copper and stand Mr and Mrs C Laws, silver teapot t1 Mr and Mrs W L3ws, silver hot e- water ng Mr and Mrs T Roe, cheque ]}Mr and Mrs Trevaskis, cheque r Mr and Mrs Gray (Melbourne), d cheque l Mr Hovenden, chcque y Mr J Laws, cheque e Mr A Laws, cheque f Mr 0 Wright, cheque Mr and Mrs T H Roe, silver sugar ecuttle SMr and Mrs Chessels, silver vase Mr and Mrs Mason, (Whittlesea), silver-mounted salad bowl Dr and Mrs Wilkinson, (Melbourne), t pidture Mr and Mrs T Harmer, (Thomas town), silver and cut glass jam dish Mr and Mrs Tweddle, silver and glass pickle jar SMr and Mrs P W R oe, silver biscuit. barrel Miss L Wright, silver andglass jam dish Miss J Wright, teapot Ralph, Cliff, and Stuart Roe, book case Mr and Mrs Findlay, water jog and glasses, fruit set and tea set James Fairley, silver egg cruet M3ss Laws, cruet' JMiss M Laws, pair panitines Mr Rsay Ms~'n (Whittl...

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SANITATION OF TATURA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 19 March 1914

SANITATION OF TATURA. Whether the sanitary conditions of the township of Tatura are satisfactory or the reverse has been discussed by the Board of Public Health at two or three meetings recently. At yesterday's meeting the chairman (Dr Robertson) said that he had received a report from one of the Board's officers, following on the report of the health officer to which the council had taken exception. Conncillor Curnow.-That was the report which was considered cheeky. It was a very strong report. The Board of Health's inspecror (Mr Roche), in his report, said that the physical features of the township of Tatura militated against an effective system of drainage. The outfall of the street drains, which was in the centre of the town, was, however, the worst feature of the system. It was an earth cut practically without fall. At the point of discharge there was a large area which formed a qaugmire of green, stag- nant drainage. That accumulation of noxious drainage was no doubt a favor a...

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STRAIN ON THE NAVY POSITION DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 20 March 1914

STRAIN ON THE NAVY POSITION DISCUSSED. (By Rear-Admiral A. T. Mahan, in "The Daily IMail.") The naval position of Great Britain is a composite of two distinct factors. These are the general international situation, in so far as Great Britain may be therein involved by her inter ests or her dangers, and the amount of naval force disposable to secure those interests and to meet those dan gers. These two things represent the defensive and offensive elements of a military situation. At the present moment the mere security of the British Islands is con ceived to be so far imperilled that it has prompted a radical change in the distribution.of the British Navy, the leading feature of which is the con centration around the islands them selves of a very large majority of the battleship force. Subordinate to this, hut directly related to it, has been the withdrawal-the drawing back-of the Mediterranean Fleet from Malta to Gibraltar as its definite headquarters. Students of military history w...

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The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER XVIII. THE GAUNTLET IS CAST. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 20 March 1914

The Great Montamor Case. By ALICE M. DIEHL, Authoress of "The Kinave of Hoarts," CHAPTER XVIII. TH-IE GAUNTLET IS CAST. It was-a sultry sunmmer day; the sun poured down on the pavements wthl merciless power. The grass in the parks was visibly browning. The busy tlloroughlfares were crowded in the shade-empty but for a few pedestrians where the sunshine blis tered and frizzled. Gwendolen I1alldare sat at her writing-table in her shadtly dcrawing room, shady because of wetted tat ties and outside blinds. Lilies and white sweet peas, with ferns, were in the bowls and vases. A little fountain fed with rose-water played in the shaded balcony-a new idea of hers. Its trickling suggested cool ness, just as in the dining-room be low the big lumps of ice among ftirn~s not only suggested cold, but tent pered the heat. That dlay everything connected with Lord Montamnor seemed to her clear as the purest crystal. She was miserable. A. n active light was at work within her between the part of her ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 20 March 1914

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