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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 March 1914

THE BSUfi N1irici'lusuu SMALLPOX AND DIPHTHERIA Would certainly not have attained such proportions if the hygienic fact were' more generally known that the disinfection of the mcuth by a reliable and harmless antiseptic is a great pro tecting factor againsts all ailments where the infection is through the throat or respiratory .tract. By putting 3 drops of SANDER'S EUCALPT EXTRACT, on a piece of loaf-sugar and allowing it to dissolve in the mouth that cavity is thoroughly dis infected. The volatile nature of SANDER'S EXTRACT makes it penetratu every crevice. SANDER'S EXTRACT is not naaseous nor de pressing like the common eucalyptus and possesses great antiseptic power. By using SANDER'S lXTRACT, you avoid the uncertain composition of the lozenge :you have the benefit of the strongest antiseptic that can be used with safety, and the result is protection from all infection. WINTER FASHIONS AT IIMES FAIET ' SHOW DAYS: Jaturday, 21st, Monday, 23rd, Tuesday, 24th. pedial Window and Indo...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 March 1914

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE -+-- Messrs J L Jetiars and Co. Pty. Ltd., stock and station agents, Melbourne and Dubbo, N.S.W, report sales during the month of February :-To H P Bad well, junr., Rushworth. 580 acres near Dubbo; A -Furney, 614 acres, Terra mungammine estate, Dubbo: James Clarke, late of Wangaratta,.1250 acres, Terramungamice estate ; Weir Bros, late of Whittlesoes, 850 acres, Dubbo ; Henry Kinseoy, Nathalia, 1300 acres near Peak Hill ; A Fuller (in conjunction with J P Galffy), 80C acres, Tatura; A G Clough ton, 1153 acres at Lesogatha ; also 1530 acres near Narrandera to an ex-Narioka resident. Clearing sales for Messrs J D Shearer, Jas Clarke, W Wilkie, Shearer and Millgate, 1E Stuckey; and leasing properties for Mrs B3 Kslly, Warragul, and various others.

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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SCHOOL TEACHERS' GRIEVANCES. ADDRESS TO THE GOULBURN VALLEY BRANCH. ORGANISER BURSTON AT SHEPPARTON. ALLEGATIONS OF FAVORITISM [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 March 1914

SCHOOL TEACHERS' GRIEV ANCES. ADDRESS TO THE GOULBURN VALLEY BRANCH. ORGANISER BURSTON AT SHEPPARTON. ALLEGATIONS OF FAVORITISM There was a good attendance of State school teachers at the Shepparton Agricultral High Sohool on Saturday afternoon, when Mr Wm Buraton, the orgagiser, delivered an address on the disabilities suffered. Mr WV. C. Crane, the president, was in the chair. Mr Bureton said that during the first few months of his term of classifier ap plications from junior thashers for tratr fer were submitted to the classifiers from time to time, and they noted them for transfer if it were shown that time and expense in travelling could be saved to them, as they (the classifiers) considered they required such a great amount of time for their studies, and their salaries were so small. Apparently this must have been distasteful to the department, as suldenly the practice of paiecing the applications bforethem ceased. Possibly the department considered that the ma jority.of the c...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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HARVEST FESTIVAL. AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH. MR HUGH M'DONALD THE PREACHER. THE "CHAFFY CHARACTERS" OF TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 March 1914

HARVEST FESTIVAL. AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH. MR HUGH IMI'DONALD THE PREACHER, THE "CHAFFY CHARACTERS" OF TO-DAY. The annual Harvest Festival was appropriately celebrated yesterday ac the Baptist Church, Fryeres-street, the services being conducted by Mr Hugh MI'Dooald, of the Baptist College, North Melbourne. The church was tastefully decorated with frui's, il.were, foliage, and vegetables; and three elegant arches were erected, one at each door, and one in the centre of the building. Special hymns were sung; while the anthem in the morningwas " Fruit of Thy Works" (Mrs C Bailey soloist); the one in the evening being 'Ye Shall Dwell in the Land ;" Mrs Bailey contributing the solo, "Take Time to be Holy." At the evening service also special instrumental music was provided by the following: Mr G Geoffrey, violin ; Mr E Wright, senotd violin; Mr R Gawne, viola; Mr A R Long, 'cello; Mr G Long, flute; Mr F Young, bass; Miss Bird presiding at tho organ. Tie services were attended by large con...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 March 1914

Sales at Shepparton Corporation Yards. CATTLE ... MARCH 31 SHEEP ... .... MARCH t24 PIGS0.:. . ... APRIL[6 SALE FIXTURES FOR MARCH & APRIL. Tuesday, March 24 Shepparton Sheep Sale James Mills' Clearing Sale. Murchison St James Stock Sale Thursday, March 26 Tatura Stock Sale S St James Special Horse Sale Wangaratta Stock Sale Tallygaroapca Stock Sale Nathalia Stock Sale F Sala's Land, Murchison Spinks' Clearing Sale, Goorambat R Paynter's Clearing Sale, Wynna Friday, March 27 B Trimble's clearing sale, Coesgrove South Jack Sioclair's Clearing Sale, Arcadia Numurkah Stock Sale Benalla Special Horse Sale Saturday, March 28 Tatura Pig Sale Subdivisional sale of Hawkins' irriga tion blocks Kyabram Special Horse Sale Monday, March 30 Kialla Stock Sale Yarrawoega Pig Sale Dookie Stock Sale St James Stock Sale Tuesday, March 31 - Shepparton Cattle Sale Benalla Stock Sale Wangaratta Pig and Dairy Cattle Market Wednesday, April 1 Humphryis Furniture, Shepparton Thursday, April 2 Natha...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 March 1914

AT THE iiLLER STORES SEPPARTON. Grocery, Crockery, /Ironmongery and Drapery Damaged by Fire and Water. Gr The whole of these Extensive Stocks are being overhauled at once, and on THlURSDAY NEXT, 19th inst., at 9 a.m. A HUGE SALE OF ALL DAMAGED STOCK will commence, and last for Seven Days Only. .. - -- AlI Sales during, the Seven. Days Strictly Cash Only. 7 DAYS ONLY. 7 DAYS ONLY. 7 DAYS ONLY. THE MILLER STORES, WVYNDHAM=ST., SHEPPARTON. ROWE & COS Sunnmer sale STARTS Saturday, January 17. Corner Wyndham and High Streets, Shepparton, Of The ALL REDDY" PETROL ENGINE It is the Best Farm Engine BECAUSE it is always ready for any and every purpose it is the lowest priced Engine offering it is Silent and smooth running it is Hopper-cooled no wa'er tanks required it is fitted with Magneto Ignitian it is giving perfect sai.acton to users and is guaranteed INSPECT at our SIIOW RODMS: 538-6 BOURKE ST.. MELBOURNE or WRITE FOR PARTICULARS QUIQGIN BROS.. Arentu. Shepparton. Your NEW YEAR...

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UNDER THE CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 March 1914

UNDER THE CLOCK. FouiTxo PAGE-To be found on on: fourth page: Wheat in Bulk, " Cons?I the Field Lilies" (Sermon by Putt Russell), General Items, State Lant?i Policy, Brevity Bureau, etc. HOuSES Scarnce.-There is not e singt house to be had in the town prope that is excepting one or two ranmshsl:. places. But, then, they are nat'. "houses." On the other side of the . railway line there are a couple of empty residences, and there are also a few t" other directions away from the town proper ; hence, people arrivng with the intention of taking up their residence here, find there is no proper place If: them to "tako up "--only a few sO called dwellings that would be bette taken down than for prospective tenant to be taken iun-to them. One citiro who devotes some of his time to finding house accommodation for new arrival is troubled in mind lest some are ci those arrivals should say, " I wass stranger, and he took me in." The freezing works, which are now in build uing, will be giving emp...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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BREAD—AND THE WHEAT PRODUCING PROSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 March 1914

BREAD-AND THE WHEAT PRODUCING PROSPEC P. IT was about fifteen years ago that Sir William Crookes, in his pre sidential address to the British Association for the Advancement of Science, gave an estimate of how long the world would be able to produce sufficient bread for its growing population. This is a branch of statistical study that, since the discrediting of the theories propounded by Dr Mal. thus, people have been inclined to regard as vanity of vanities. From the mathematical warning of a finite earth, and en infinite scope for human multiplication, they turn away to the assumption that as new conditions arise people will always find new ways of coping with them. At any rate, they are selfishly consoled by the thought that things will last their time, and leave the trouble of ark building to those whom the deluge, should it ever come, may catch, But as regards the food staple of the white races, the statistical prospect of consumption overtaking pro duction is not so remote as...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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NEWSPAPERS' RIGHT TO PUBLIC NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 March 1914

NEWSPAPERS' RIGIT TO PUBLIC NEWS. A decision given by' the Court of Jommon Pleas at Columbus, Ohio, egarding the right of newspapers o news of a public nature seems ikely to have considerable effect hroughout the union, and inciden ally, shows in what estimation the ress is held in the United States. The court has decided (says the Jhicago correspondent of the Lon ion "Daily Chronicle") that no public official has any right to withhold news of a public nature, snd that a newspaper has such a roperty right in such news as to entitle it to an injunction restrain ing an official from withholding in. Eormation of this character. The case arose out of a refusal of a county auditor to permit the re presentatives of newspapers from attending and reporting meetings of the commissioners. One of the newspapers in questions brought a suit against the auditor, with the result that it won its case. The de. cision establishes a precedent, and it is stated that other cases will be brought on the s...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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OUR FREEZING WORKS. ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DIRECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 March 1914

OUR 'REEZING WORKS. ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DIRECTORS. The annual meeting of the Goulborn Valley Industries Co., is to be held on Saturday, April 4th, when the directors' report and balance-sheet for the year ended February last will be submitted. In their report the directors state that since last annual meeting a site of 40 acres for the works was purchased, about one mile south of Shepparton, adjoining the railway line to Mooroopna, and the work of construction was commenced in February, and is now getting on well. Mr Wm Dunkoerloy, engineer and archi tect, is supervising tbo building of the womlkseor the company, and cuntracts have been made for suction gas and refrigerating machinery, for manure plant and all other necessary materials. The works will have a caeacit.v of 1600 ebeep or lambs per day, and the estima ted cost is £19,000. They are contracted to be completed ready fcr freezing operations on September 1st-in good time for the lamb season. The directors intend enlering th...

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OLYMPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. SHEPPARTON JOCKEY CLUB. WEDNESDAY'S RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 March 1914

OL Y MP IA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. SSHEPPARTON JOCKEY CLUB. WEDNESDAY'S RACES. The race meeting to be held at the Broken River racecourse on Wednesday promises to be one of the best held under the auspices of the Shepparton Jockey Club. The course, being in the irrigation area, is looking splendid, in spite of the long spell of dry weather; while the track is in excellent going order, as a result of the c'ub's fore. thought in having it well watered. The entries, which comprise horees from dis tant parts, constitute a record for Shop parton, and good fields with fine finishes should be the order of the day. As this is the last meeting of the present season there will no doubt be a large crowd pre sent. Admission to course, 2, 61. First race starts at 1.45 p.m.

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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CONNECTING RAILWAYS. THE DOOKIE; DEVENISH GAP. (To the Editor of "The Advertiser.") [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 March 1914

CONNECTING RAILWAYS. THE DOOKIE; DEVENISH GAP. (To the Editor of "The Advertiser.") Sta,'-The Government has in the past been frequently urged to provide oross-country railway facilities-Dookie Devenish for one; and Tocumwal-Finlay for another. The latter is shortly to be opened for through traffic, and it will be a big advantage to residents on both ieldes of the Murray, Now, since Syd. ney prejudices have been overcome, and Riverina producers are to have a choice of markets and the boon of shipping from the nearest ports (Melbourne or Geelong), is it not up to the Victorian Government to fi'l in the Dookie. Devenish gap of 18 miles, and so pro vide facilities for crossocountry transport and passenger traffic? It is spending £25,.000 at Benalla railway junction, and a new railway from the hardwood and root-crop country (Tatong), is com ing into Benalla-an important railway cesnre. Another line, Rushworth-COol binabbin, is nearing completion, and will, no doubt, in due course be ext...

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ASK YOURSELF THE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 March 1914

How doth the little busy improve each shining hour? Why doth H Marshall's boots possess such wearing power ? Beoauee he is a tradesman and experi. ence he has got Front of Shepparton "News'" you'll find his place, and next to Olydesdale's shop. Repaire and orders aspeolalty.

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 March 1914

CRICKET. The cricket matcoes to be played on Wednesday under bthe auspices of the Shopparton and District Churches' Asso Ciation will probably have much to do in deciding the season's premiership. The matobee are Methodiet v Presbyterian at the Recreation Reserve and High School v Church of England at Military Re serve. Should Church of England win its.right to the first place will be practi cally unassailable, while a victory over the Methodist team will give the Pres byterian club the right of runner.up. During the Easter holidays Shopper. ton is to be favored with a visit from a team comprising representatives chosen from the metropolitan subdistrict clubs connected with the Victorian Cricket Association. It is the custom of the latter body each Easter to send reproe. sentative teams to country centres where efforts are being made to foster cricket. The work done in this direction by the Shepparton Churches' Association has evidently been recognised by the V.C.A, for letters have...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SALVATION ARMY DISTURBED. SATURDAY NIGHT AT POST OFFICE CORNER. AN OBFUSCATED LEADER. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 March 1914

SALVATION . ARMY DISTURBED. SATURDAY NIGHT AT POST OFFICE CORNER, AN OBFUSCATED LEADER. The open air meeting of the Salvation Army at the Post Office corner on Saturday evening was thrown into excitement by the vagaries of an individual who had been imbibing something stronger than what comes out of the pipes of the Urban Waterworks' Trust. He had approached the meeting in the manner described by the funny man in the J C Williamson pantomime, "Forty Thieves" still being staged at Her Majesty's, Melbourne. "You should have seen dal come home the other night,"-says the aforementioned funny man. ".He came home like lightning-forked lightning." There was a good deal of the zigzag in him-not "dad," but the man also disturbed t'..e small "Army" contingent that was appealing for the regeneration of the crowd that was passing to and fro. Possibly it was the torch aflame that first attracted the individual's attention, as the candle does the moth ; for on coming forth from where he had been ...

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JOTTINGS FROM DOOKIE. A SPRINKLE AND AN ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 March 1914

A BPRINKLE AND AN ACCIDENT. (From Our Own Correspondent), Just a "sprinkle" was experienced on Thursday evening. The sky became overcast, the clouds gathered through Wednesday night and Thursday. Rain commenced to fall very lightly, and househelders belost, no time in placing utensils under all outlets from the spout ingq. However, it was only a mere sprinkle, end by 11 o'clock the sky was cloudless, the clouds having been driven out of sight by the son'.easterly wind that had sprung up. Charles M'Kay,17, who halls from one of "the 'Homes," and is employed by Mr John Mahoney, of Waggarandall, experienced rather a nasty fall from a horse on Thursday. He was "told off" by one of Mr Mahoney's sons to muster some cattle in an adjacent paddock. The lad, being only a little fellow, was assisted into the saddle, and ase no sooner seated when the horse bolted, travelling a fair distance before the lad lost control of his steed. He was thrown to the ground, and when picked up was thought to ...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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PRIZES FOR ORCHARDS. ON TOUR—A PARTY OF FOUR. SHEPPARTON EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 March 1914

PRIZES FOR ORCHARDS: ON TOtUR-A PARTY OF FOUR. SHEPPARTON EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS. The fruit industry of Victoria is rightly engaging the attention of the authorities, who are making another effort towards encouraging its expansion, with more gratifying results as to quality as well. On Saturday a party of four arrived at Shepparton-specially appointed in connection with the matter. Three of them were judges in " a best cultivated orchard" competition recently orga. nised, they being Mr P Carmody, chief inspector of orchards, department of Agriculture; Mr J Cronin, director of the Botanical Gardens, Melbourne (formerly of the Agricultural depart. mont); and Mr H Davey, of the '" Fruit World" magazino: the fourth being Mr R W Harvie, of the State Rivers and Water Supply Commission, who was conducting the party. They left Melbourne on Monday Match 16th, proceeded first to Merbein, then to Cohuna, Rochester and Tongala, Shop parton being the floal stage of the journey, which had been acco...

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APPEAL FOR A SETTLER. [To the Editor of "The Advertiser."] [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 23 March 1914

[To the Editor of "The Advertiser."] Scr,-I am directed by my association to ask the local press to enlist public sympathy through its columns on be half of Mr C G Collander, who had his house blown down during the storm oi December 20th last--Yours, keo. T. C. JAMES, Hon, Secretary -Shepparton District Irrigators' Association, [We shall be pleased to receive con tributions towards the above purpose. Ed. B.A.] In action in County Court, before Judge Box and a jury, in which John Bunting, ReHoward of Lang Lang, school teacher, is claiming £500 damages for libel from Alfred H Blake, grazier, of Lang Lang, Maud Mary Gleeson, teacher, said she thought schoolboys would prefer to be kept in after school rather than receive the strap. Judge Box thought the position was the other way about,

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BREVITY BUREAU. New moon to-morrow (Friday). [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

BREVITY BUREAU. FRORM THE FOUR QUARTERSB, New moon to.morrow (Friday). ctate Cabinet has decided to close Masfira suganger factory after the approach. ing harvest and the manufacturing season, and to free settlers from beet growing condition in their leases. In Melbourne County Court action in whlih J B Heward, schoolmaster at Lsang Lang, sued A H Blake, a grazier, for libel, the jury found verdict for plaintiff, and awarded £200 damages Evidence given in Arbitration Court that bread naked by day could be de livered the same day. Viceroy of India (Lord Hardinge) has opened the. new Alexandra Dock at Bombay, constructed at cost of £4,000,000. It includes a dry dock 1000ft in length. A large gathering of barristers and solicitors in B3anco Court to bid cordial farewell to Sir John Madden, Chief Justice, who left for England on Tues. day, on leave. Murder committed in Glasgow in 1908. of aged maiden lady, Marion Gilchrist, to be further investigated. In the meantime Oscar Slater, who w...

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WEDDING PRESENTS. FRANKE—TRIMBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

WEDDING PRESENTS. FRANKE-TBIMBLE, Canismbo chorch friends, marble clock Bridegrcom to bride, gold cable bangle and hband-bag Bride to bridegroom, gold-mounted warch-guard BriddEgroom Ito bridesmaid, amethyst pendant and bracelet Mother of bride, house linen and cheque Mr W J Trimble, brother of bride, chrque Mr and Mra B Trimbie, afternoon te3 set Mr and Mrs W 1.'Kay, water jog and glasses Miss B L Trimble, table linen Mr H Trimhle, cheoee Mr and Mrs H 3M'Kay, lace curtains Mr Eric L Trimble, cheque Miss Violet Trimble, silver-backed brush and comb Mr and Mrs Phillips, pair vases Miss Bottomley, silver set IMrs Cole and ons, framed picture Mr and Mrs Imray, silver jam dish and spoon Miss A Deally, silver se; Misses Thomas, tea knives Mr H Williamson, fire iron and iron standl Mr Marshall, silver serviette ring Mr and Mrs Buckland, fruit set Mr Johns, eilver jam dish Mr and Mrs Mallen, water jug and glasses Mr and Mrs E C Thomas, "Temora," cheaqe Mr and Miss Franke, salad bowl Mr Bir...

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