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SHEPPARTON FIRE BRIGADE. ANNUAL REPORT AND BALANCE SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

SHEPPARTON FIRE BRIGADE. ANNUAL' REPORT AND BALANCE SHEET. The, following annual' (24th) report .and balance sheet for the year ending December 31st, 1913 was presented and-read by Sec retary. J. Porter, at the annual meeting: of the Shepparton Fire Brigade,' held at the lire station Maude street, on ^Tuesday week last, Avhen there was a fine atten dance of membei's and vis'itors presided over by Captain G. A. Rundle. Annual Report: Gentlmen,^-I take this oppor tunity of congratulating you on your success during the past year. Though not succesful at the annual demonstration -held at Ballarat, you succeeded in se curing the "Rundle" shield at the association demonstration, held at Mooroopna; and at Gob ram on Boxing Day the boys held their own, winning many llne-tro phies. You have been unfortu nate in losing some good mem bers during the year, but you have many promising men on the auxiliary-list, whom I hope will work energetically lo All the va cancies. The usual home com petitio...

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DOOKIE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. REPORT FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

DOOklE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. »——- I REPORT FOR JANUARY. " j Mr H. Pye, principal, in his monthly report of progress at Dookie College, remarks:—Dur ing the month 53 points of rain fell. The vines and fruit trees benefited to some extent by the fall, also the summer crops. The i grapes are oh the small side and need more rain in order to swell them to normal size. The horti culturist, with his students, has been engaged in seasonable work in the garden and orchard, also in oanning m the horticultural building. There is a goo'd demand for wheat and stocks are rapidly being reduced.. About fifty letters a day have bee'n coming in, most j of them in connection with seed. 1 Several varieties have been sold out, and soon there will be no more Federation available. Eight : hundred bags of it have already \ been sold. The grading of seed ; wheat has been in course of pro gress in order that it may be despatched to purchasers as early as possible. Many of those ordering seed have purohased i...

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SHIRE WATERWORKS TRUST. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

SHIRE WATERWORKS TRU8T.' i v MONTHLY MEETING. At Monday evening's monthly meeting: of the Shepparton Shire Waterworks Trust, there were present: Couis Phillips (voted to the chair in the absence of Com Denker), Roe, Green, Bitcon and Quinlan. Wanted—Water. Jas. Tweddle, Congupna Road, flosired to have the ranger send down water in channel on east of his property. He had 500 acres" on the north channel and had been unable to get a drop.—Re ferred to ranger. W. G.-Ballantine, Woodlands, Gosgrove, also asked for water. —Attended to. General. Water Commission asked for information re trust's overdraft. —To be supplied J. Bush, Currawa, drew atten tion to the bad state of bridge across main channel leading to his property.—Referred to en gineer for repairs. Secretary's Report. Jas. Nugent collected since last meeting £5/8, made up of arrears of rates. Engineer's Report. H. F. Tisdall, B.C.E.—With thol ranger I inspected the main channel and stop at Stead's and the Cosgrove channel and th...

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A FEW WORDS OF ADVICE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

A 1<EW W0HD3 ,OF ADVICE,! Xow that tales are the order of th3 ■ day, i When in want of boots to H. Mar-! shall's come without delay; , Artci". ;i visit, of inspection I'm cer tain. yon'H sajy i A • ! i "•V'' qua'i'y :>ncl value to deal'there will pay.- t " ;1 * r' " Father Griflln, of Nalhalia, is taking twelve months' holiday, which he intends spending in the old country. During his absence the Rev Dr Skelly, of Benalla, will take charge of the parish.

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DEATH OF EX-SERGEANT STEELE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 February 1914

DEATH OF EX-SERGEANT STEELE. The death occurred at Wan- garatta, on Saturday, of Mr. A. L. M. Steele, an ex-sergeant of police, who was widely known on account of the prominent part he took in connection ith the break- ing up of the Kelly gang of bushrangers. Deceased, aged 75, was a son of Robert B. Steele of Rossylongan House, Donegal, Ireland, his father having been a captain of the 6th Inniskilling Dragoons. He came to Austra- lia in 1856, and joined the police force, and was on the gold escorts between Echuca, Runny- mede, etc. Later he was placed in charge of the Omeo and Yackandandah stations, and he had varied experience in the latter town during the gold rush. Among the prisoners he arres- ted was Shehan, for the murder of a proprietor of a hotel at Rowdy Flat named Kennedy, and Frank Nevill, for the murder of a man named Nicholls. The for- mer was hanged at Beechworth, and the latter was sentenced to imprisonment for life. Sergeant Steele went to Wangaratta in 1876, and, i...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 February 1914

" WEDDING. * ' . GARTER—CONQUEST. On Thursd§y, February 12, a number of the friends and rela tives of the contracting parties gathered at the Caniambo Metho dist Church, to witness the mar riage of Miss Eliza May Conquest to Mr Phillip Carter, of Bruns wick. Miss Conquest is the eld est daughter of Mr. Charles Con quest, of Caniambo. The church was tastefully decorated by the friends of the bride. A pretty arch was made, from the centre of which hung a large bell, on which were the initials of the contracting parties:- The. bride,, who was given away by her fat her, was charmingly dressed ;in white embroidered silk; and wore the customary wreath and veil. The bridesmaids were Miss Eliza beth Conquest and Miss Millicent Conquest, sisters of the -bride while the bridegroom was ably assisted, by Mr. A. Conquest brother of bride) as best man, and Mr. R. Cole (cousin of bride) as groomsman. After the cere mony, a number of tho'relatives ■ and near friends proceeded to the residence of Mr...

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DISTRICT NEWS. DOOKIE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 February 1914

J"' ^'''"niisfiii'df news. • •''' j DOOKIE. ; The annual Sunday school exa mination in connectio with St. Luke's Anglican Sunday School was held on last Sunday aftor Trinity and resulted as follow:— • Intermediate division. (Pass): Victor Dodd, 49 marks. Junior Division (second class honors) : Myrtle Moira Stevens, 60. Junior Passes: Willie Webb, 58 marks; George W. Rowlands, 58 marks; Thomas Alexander,' 54 marks. Elementary Division (second class honors) Victoria Rowlands 72 marks. Infants' Pass: Isabel Rowlands, Ivy Webb, Ivor Tacon, Martha'Alexander, George Webb, Vera Webb. * . * * * * I Shooting enthusiasts experien ced a cold night when camping out, waiting for the openng hour of the duclc season on Wednes day morning. Quite a number of residents left for the most likely haunts of the wild duck. Lake Moodie was not so well patroni sed this year on account of the low state of the water. The con- ! tinued dry weather has had the effect of practically drying up this favorable reso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 February 1914

FHEPP^ItTON'S CONFIDENCE. • A'young-:man want to a wealthy 'ftiiiuufactu'i^r a short time ago, and applied for employment. "AVhat can you do?" tlio manufacturer in quired, and' the young' xnan pro CfpQed to tell, in glowing' terms, of his wonderful abilities. "But I don't want to know what you say you can do," the gentleman replied. Let me know what others say yon na\ii done.' Bring' me recommOnda tious from people I know and can trist." It's the same way with meaicines. People don't want to know what the manufacturers say they can do, but what those who have used them say they have done. It h such facts as fcho following', gratefully given by Shepparton peo ple, which have gained the public confidence here:—Mrs James Lad; grove, High-street, Sliepparton, says:—"Ten years ago I stated thai Doan's Backache Kidney Pills had cured me of kidney ailment, and gave you permission to publish this statement for' the benefit of other sufferers. I am pleased Jo say now 3uffeiers. I am pleased ...

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CADETS COMPETITIONS. SOME USEFUL WORK. BRIGADE MAJOR'S FAVORABLE CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 February 1914

CADETS COMPETITIONS. SOME USEFUL WORK. BRIGADE MAJOR'S FAVOR 1 ABLE CRITICISM. ■ ■ ' "" • ; • I. ■;jThe senior cadets of area 57A , ha'd a field day on Friday last, in: connection with their annual 'competitions. In Y the forenoon they were inarched to the Sheppartori rifle, range, where interesting compe titions took place in rifle shoot jjX at unknown ranges, heads iina shoulders targets; fire con trol and skirmishing. The. in cepting officer was Brigade 'M/jor Captain P. C. Raper, the ^nrade being in charge of Capt. h. H. \Veddell, area offiteer. The results were as follow:— A company (representing Shep partori), under Lieutenant Her l-iiig;1 shooting,: 17 hits; fire control, 24 points; skirmishng, :182.5 ponts; total. 223.5 points. B. Company " (representing Shepparlon and Mooroopna), un der-Lieutenant Crane: Shooting" 34, liits: fire control, 38 pts; skirmishing, 177.5 pts; total, 249.5 pts. , . t C! Company (representing Nu murkah) under Lieutenant Dunn; Shoot ing, 20 hits; fi...

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MERCHANTS PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 February 1914

: ' MERCHANTS PRIZES. - Bottle King George .whisky (gift of W. Guthrie and Co.)— Won by M. A. Killeen, Numiir-' kah. , ■ ji Bag of Flour (gift of Shep parton Flour Mill.'—Won ; by H. Prideaux, Katandra. ■ v Trophy, valued at 10/6 (gift of Constable Cantwell).—G.v Close, Tallygartiopna. 'i Trophy, valued at 10/6 (gift of R. Gearin).—Won by W. : Beer, Thyra. I Trophy, valued at 12/6,—W. E Pockington, Thyra. ; ;; I Trophy, valued at 10/6:—J. [rrewin, Tallygaroopna. \ : I Trophy, valued at 12/6.-i-J. 1 Nugent, Shepparton. Trophy, valued at 10/.—W. ' Pocklington, Thyra. ! •i:: Silver Cake -Basket (highest J aggregate.) gift of Misses Ma- ■ loney. Royal Hotel.—Won by J; ; Nugent, Shepparton. ' * • i

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INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 February 1914

INSPECTION. No. t. Sheppartori Town Band.—The dressing and turn out of this; band were good, in terval and covering being good throughout. Discipline fair, all instruments were clean, arid the band was fairly even as re gards sizeing. Points obtained, 33. No. 2. Rochester Band.—The dress and turn out of this band were good. The dressing interval and covering of this band was faulty, and points wex-e also de ducted for irregular sizeing. The discipline was not -good arid many.members have yet to learri what the position of attention is. Points obtained by this band 27. No. , 3. Berialla . Band.—The turn out and dressing of this band were fair, the appearance of this band was somewhat mar red by the fact of some of its members were undersized. The dressing, covering and interval of this band was good. Disripline could be- improved on,' Points were, also deducted for drill arid command.. Point? "obtained, 3D. No. 4. Model Band.—Dress and turn out: The dress of this band was good, but p...

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C Series. THE KARRAMOMUS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 February 1914

. C Series. THE KARRAMOMUS. 7 shots 300 yards. First £1, second 15/, third 7/6. W. Teare, Numurkah, 35 pts; M. A. Killeen, Numurkah, 33 pts: W. Beer, Thyra, 33 pts. One 33 counted out. THE YIELIMA. 7 shots at 500 yards. First £1, second 15/, third 7/6. Hazlewood, Murchison, 35 pts, White, Thyra, 35 pts' (divide 1st and 2nd); J. Trewin, Tally garoopna, 34 pts, W. Beer, Thyra, 34 pts (divided 3rd prize) THE THYRA. . G series aggregate. First £1/10, second 15/, third 7/6, Eleven prizes of 5/. W. Beer, Thyra, 67 pts Hazle ,wood, Murchison, 66 pts; Bryden Tatura, 65 pts; C. R. M'Kenzie, Tallygaroopna, 65 pts; Sandi-i lands, Shepparton, 65 pts; Gor don, Deniliquin, 65 pts; W. Glenn, Thyra, 64 pts; Dockery, Numurkah, 64 pts: G. Sinclair, Thyra, 64 pts: Killeen, Numur kah, 63 pts; Teare, Numurkah, 63 pts. the deniliquin: ~ Handicap Teams Match. 10 shots at 500 yards. First £5, second £3, third £2, fourth £1. Katandra, sor., 231; Rush worth, 5 pts, 229; Shepparton No. 2, lOpts, 224; Murchiso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 February 1914

SATISFACTION IN OLOTWF.3 YOU GET IT HERE AT WARDROP'S ; Premier Tailoring Establish ment. SUITS full of character; suiid that mark the wearer as a man most particular in matters of dress, such are . , • WARDROP'S TAILORED SUITS. Our Representative (Mr;" Syd. Thomas) visits this district overy two months. WARDROP. The Quality Tailor. ■ SMITH ST., GOLLlNG\yOOD.

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B Series THE RUSHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 February 1914

. B Series THE. RUSHWORTH. t i 7 shots at 300 yards.;First £i," | second 151, third 716, two prizes of os. ... .: ■ H, Prideaux, Ivatandra, 34 pts;. J Barden, Numurkah, 34 ipts;. D. Wiseman, Tatura, 33 pts; C. ; R. M'Kenzie, Tallygaroopna, 33 pts; Hazlewood, Murchison, 33; pts. | . THE MURCHISON. 7 shots at 500 yards. First £1, second 15/, third 7/6, two prizes of 5/. . Hazlewood, Murchison, 35 pts, ! j C. R. M'Kenzie, Tallygaroopna,. 35 pts, H. Prideaux, ICatandra, 35 pts, (divide £2/2/6/); L. Dock ery,;r Numurkah; -f 34 : * pts; T. Dwyer, Murcliisosn, 33. Five 33's counted out.,. -••THE TATURA. B series - aggregate. BilSfc £1/10, second 15/, third^^jp? Ten prizes of 5/. /£»•• ■ H. Prideaux, Katandra/£OmtA,v. C. R. M'Kenzie, TallygaftwaX^ 68 pts; Hazlewood, MlEphi son, 68 pts; J. Barden, kah, 67 pts; L. Dockery, NunSlff kah, 65 pts; D. Wiseman, Tat ura, 65 pts; 11. Tail, Kalandra, 64 pts; L. Metzhe, Karramomus, 64 pis; G. Sinclair, Thyra, 64 pts; H. Inglis, Katandra, 64 pts; G. Ale...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 February 1914

>2.M RIFLE SHOOTING. ^ f/Dhe .Shepparton/Distriot Rifle';' Clubs Union held its annual prize ' meetingron,.Shepparton ranges, on the 9th and 10th inst. For some, time the local executive had been busy, in improving the range to allow a greater number ' of' competitors : to. fire their, rriatchespin shorter time, and the improvement was greatly appre ciated' by the large number of competitors . shooting. Another feature was the prize list. In stead of a prize for three range slioots," the committee framed prize's for each range, and also a prize for the competitor mak ing the" best aggregate at the three ranges. This presented a monopoly of all- the prize going to any" one competitor, ana the result was most satisfactory. Mr . Bignell (president) supervised the shooting and Kept business moving. The shooting was ex cellent and the meeting an un qualified success. Great credit is due to the secretary (Mr Glas son for his untiring efforts to bring about this success and the meeting ...

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CONVENT GARDEN FETE. PRIZES WON. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 February 1914

CONVENT GARDEN FETE. PRIZES WON. The garden fete at St. Bren dan's was brought to a very successful close on Saturday night. The drawing of the prizes was concluded. Among the prin cipal allotments are the follow ing:— No. 1 Fancy (Mesdames Leahy and Daley): Girl's travelling bag, F. M'Naughton; pair of turkeys, Miss Moloney; turkey . gobbler, Mrs Nugent; box of tea. Mr J. M'Menamin; supper cloth also table' centre, Mrs Muntz; tray cloth, Mrs Halpin; lire screen, Mrs T. Leahy; picture, Mrs Sex ton;'table cover, Mrs D. Treahy. Cushions were won by Mrs Dain ton, Mrs Herrick and Mr W. Tyner. Bed room suite of fur niture fell to Mrs R. Tyndall. No. 2 Fancy (Misses Grace, Collins and O'Connell): Bridle, Mr M. O'Kecfe; gent's umbrella, Mr H. Pinner; painting, Mr W. Dainton; set of double harness, Mr J. Kerrins; gent's tie pin, "Mr J. Barrett; hand-worked fire screen, Mr W. Conway; silver cream and sugar basins, Mrs J. O'Connell; ladies hand bag, Miss Carroll; cushion, Mr Whitehead; carver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 February 1914

9M0IH0 J. Pi McLENNAN'S Summer Sate . .STARTS.. I7th JANUARY, 1914. GREAT BARGAINS! Are You — Thinking of Getting a New SUIT ? SUCCESS IN LIFE Must be largely attributed to a Smart, Well-dressed Appearance. ... ..We produce CLOTHES tharembody character and refinement....... QUALITY stands behind our TAILORING and creates the essentia strong first impression which helps a man to command that respect... ; which is n- cessary for him to succeed. Procure one of these FuII=value Suits«N0W AND GET A FULL SEASON'S WEAR FROM XT. . MITTOf¥§REEN The TAILORS with a reputation, WYNDHAM STREET. . . , SHEPPARTON.

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CONCERNING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 February 1914

CONCERNING PEOPLE Senior Constable Kennedy who has been in charge of Sheppar ton police station for about Ave years, on Saturday, received word of his transfer to the charge of Little Bourke police station. His departure, if it takes place, will be much regretted by the many friends he nas made while sta tioned in Sheppalon. Mrs M. Grant, of Knight-street had the misfortune on Sunday to have a needle run deeply in to her foot. By means of the application of the X-rays the needle was located last night, and was successfully extracted this morning by Dr Gaze, there by relieving Mrs Grant of much pain. - Andrew Bohn, late of Yielima, farmer, who died on loth Jan uary last, left by will dated 1st July, 1905, estate of the value of £4536 realty and £2936 person alty to his widow and children. Mrs Margaret Kennedy, who died at her residence, Bignell road, Bentleigh, on Monday, Fed ruary 2, was the grandmother of Mr9 D. L. M'Namara, of Shep parton. The funeral, which took place at Brighton...

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EUROA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 16 February 1914

EUROA SHIRE COUNCIL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7. Present: Crs Gusack (presi- i dent). Armstrong, Chanter, Mor gan, Webb, Nagle, Runciman. Kennedy, Piatt, Carkeek and Nichols. Correspondence. j Health department, re slaugh- i teryard site at Arcadia, asked1 for copy of health officer's re port thereon, and also why the department's previous communi cation had not been replied to. Health department stated that Mr J. T. Park, of Arcadia, had written protesting against the issue of the slaughtering licence \ to Mr M'Gluskey for site on re-v serve at Arcadia, State Rivers and Water Sup- , ply Commission, stated that it adhereh to its previous decison re objection to lease of portion of reserve at Arcadia for slaugh tering purposes.—This decision was regarded as final and "the.! secretary was instructed to noti-' , fy the Health department and Mr M'Cluskcy. accordingly. Municipal Association for warded copy-of proposed Amend ed Thistle Act.—Parliamentary representatives to be asked to support B...

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