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THE MODEL BAND. TENDERED A COFFEE SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

THE MODEL BAND. TENDEBED A COFFEE SOCIAL On Monday evening, the mem bers of the Shepparton Model Band. to the number of 23, were * entertained at a ccfee and musical ; social by Mr and Mrs Geo Mundy, at their residence in High-street, to commemorate the band's success at the recent Carnival contest. The repast was excellent, the good things prcvided being plentiful, and a very enjoyable time was spent till long past midnight. In proposing the toast "The Model Band," Mr Mundy remarked that he would always be only too pleased to do anything in his power for such a fine organisation of * oanig fellows. He felt sore that they would secure many more suc cesses; and if a contest was held at next year's Carnival he would come to Shepparton to see them win. One of his greatest regrets at going to Melbourne was his leave-taking of the Model Band. Mr R M'Caskill (bandmaster),in responding, expressed the band's regret at loing such staunch sup por:ers as Mr and Mrs Mondy and family. They had i...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

Scid in 2 oz. and 4 oz. (actual weight) Plugs, or in Cut Doable flake, packed in dainty Si!vered * 2 oz. Tin. " M a LVIs ~ - New legislation to deal with pollution of rivers by dredging ond sluicing opera tions forehadowed by Premier Watt at close oi meeting of State Cabinet 'I SUFFERED FOR YEARS FROM C El O N I C CONSTIPATION, HEADACHES, NEURALGIAB AND BLEEDING PILES. "TO-DAY I FEEL QUITE WELL, BRIGHT AND CHLEERFUL." "I have suffered from chronic consti pation aLd most territle headaches and neuraliia for years; also bleeding piles," writes Mrs Brenner. Allen's Place, Port Melbourne. Vic. "I always fncicd I could see black spots in front of my eyes, and my face was always a sallow color. I hare tried many oifferent kinds of re medies and Pills, but I got no benefit from any of them, so I came to the con clusion that the neuralgi was the con sequence of the poison in my blood, soI got weha. are called constitutional remedies, but I remained just the same until I was told of Laxo Ton...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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A TRUTHFUL QUOTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

A TRUTHFUL QUOTATION, 'Tis a true saying you csn'h tell a hook by its cover, Nor the value of boots in a flash window shop; If for style and value in Footwear you're a lover, One trial with H Marshall and your patronage he's got. -Opposito hoepparton "News."

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A POPULAR TRAVELLER. PRESENTATION TO MR W DUFF. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

A POPULAR TRAVELLER. PRESENTATION TO MR W DUFF. There is no better known and respec ted conimoreial traveller on the road (says the Ovens and Mlunray "Advor User"), than Mr William Duff, who for 34 years has booeen with Meossre M'Naughtin, Love and Co., Melbourne. For 21 years he has been coming to Wangaratta, Beechworth and other towns in this district in the interests of that firm, and during that time he has meade mnsy friends wihoe personally congratulated him on his reeont mar riage with Miss P Brown, daughter of Mr J T Brown, formerly member for Indi. On Thursday evening (19th inst), at Mr S Prisk's Commercial Hotel, Wangaratta. MIr Duff was the guest oi a number of his friends, who had in vited him there to make a presentation to Mrs Duoff through him. Mr The Graham presided, and there were present Drs Boyes and Docker, and Messrs WV Maxwell, F C Vallender, W Anderson, W Oallander, G Pinker ton, JD Newman, H F Thureau, W G Bryant, and S Prisk. Apologies were reoeived from Dr ...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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COST AND EFFICIENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

COST AND EFFICIENCYp; SENATOR hMillen, as Minister of Defence, has spoken a word of warning. When the people of the Commonwealth turned their atten tion seriously to the matter of de fence, they called Lord Kitchener to their aid and adopted his scheme though it involved a very large out lay. Lord Kitchener's estimate has been exceeded, and it is more than doubtful whether the ends at which his scheme aimed have been attained. Clearly Australia cannot defend the Northern Territory till there is a trans-continental .line running from the populated South to the practically unpeapled North. The Commissioners appointed to inquire into the construction of the proposed railway put the cost of a broad gauge line at £7,o o fi a 3ft 6in line at £5 000 fl00 of tor Millen is natourally larmed r the financial oUtlook, but he i nt an alarmist, and, whilst appeal. to military experts to keP Otlyg within reasonable bonne, bat o the slightest doubt that the A tralian taxpayer will cheerfullp~ what ...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

LOCAL PRODUOE MARKET. Butter (selling) le Id, is 43 Eggs (giving) 10.d Cheese (selling), 103, is Bacon ,, Is ld, Is 2d - Ham ,, Is2d is 4d Wheac (giving) 3s 5?3 Potatoes ,, 7s SOnions ,, 10e Bran ' ,, Is Id bus. Chaff (selling) £8 Oi Flour ,, 15s 31 Pollard ,, is Id Calfskins (giving) 5d to 63 Ib Shoopskins ,, 4 to 5. lb Hides ,, 43 dd lb

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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UNDER THE CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

UNDER THE CLOCK. FocR:u PAo.--The Miodel Bui, Wedding Presents, Brevity B?rels Sneak Thief about Town, Medieal It spection ci Immigrants, etc. MIECUAINICS INSTITUTE AFFMS.--: special meeting of the commietL of the Shepparton Free Lihbral and Working MIen's Institute, w held on Tuesday evening, when li members were presen', presided atm by Mr G V Furphy. The actingc... retary, 3IMr J Pick, read the special sadii report of the late seecretary, showe?i deficiency in his cash amounting to onr (2S. After discussion, it was decidei to call a meeting of subscribers ior T?t.o day evening next, when the anditel' report woul!d be submitted. FPr the election of librarian and secretary seven applications were received, and altes a general expression of suitableness:for the position, a ballot was taken reculting in the election of 3Ir G T Pink. 0 the the motion of Mr TN Montz, a ve?ry hearty vote of thanks was tenderedto Mr and MIrs J Pick for the mannerin which they had taken up the duties duri...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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JOTTINGS FROM DOOKIE. DOWNPOUR, ACCIDENTS, AND A PARTING GLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

JOTTINGS FROM DOOKIE. DOWNPOUR, ACCIDENT, AND A PARTING GLASS. (From Our Own Correspondent). The farmers and pastoralists of the Dookie district have been a little uneasy of late owing to the continued dry speoll, which had existed since last Obtober. The minds of many were greatly re lieved after the heavy downpour on Tuesday last, for 3r hours without a break. Forty points were recorded up till noon, and further rain fell about 6 p.m. The earting of water for stock has long been in vogue, and this will likely be continued, as not enough rain has fallen to fill the dams. The fallow land will probably be the first part of the soil that will receive attention. Grass will probably start to spring up in a couple of weeks, and with the assistance of a little green feed stock should put on a bit of condition. A painful accident happened to a lad named Michael O'Shea, of Cosgrove, anu who is employed by Mesers Callan der and Furorr of this town. About mid. day on Monday the lad attempted ...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

YOU SHOULD BE DETER MINED n rejectine the worthless and fre quently injuriously counterfeits which are sometimes published for the sake of creater pain as "just as good" as the GENUINE SANDER & SONS' PUR VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EX' TRACT is recognised by the highest medical authorities as possessing unique stimulating, healing, and antiseptic powers. The preparation of SANDERS' EXTRAC' from the pure selected leaves, and the refinementby special pro cesses, give it curative virtues peculiarly its own. Therefore, be not misled. De mand and insist upon the GENUINE SBANDER EXTRACT, and yo, will dlerive tile benefit that thousands have reaped from it before. When ill you should not depress your ielf more by the common bulky, any nauseating eucalyptus oils and so.called extracts." What you want is ,qualitd and reliability in small dose* nd tna you will find only in SANDER'S EX .'RACT. WINTER _ FASHIONS AT J MIES FA IIR EI ' SHOW DAYS: Saturday, 21st, -Monday, 23rd, Tuesday, 24th. Speci...

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ESTIMATED COST OF CONSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

ESTIMATED COST OF CON STRUCTION. Summary of olength and rough coste of alternativo lines fo conunect Stoanhopo with the existing railway system Leongth Rough Through to cost distance coosiroct fer from " autoe. coilcr. icl. Total, Milb. Rushworth.to Stanhope 11. 8,600 41,400 1160 Byrneside to. Stanhope 12 3,100. 42,000 125 Kyabram to Stanhope 11, 8,500 40,250 1851 Tongala to Stanhope 18? 3,500 48,125 1444 Rochester to Stanhopo 17 8.500 59,500 1561 Elmoro to Stanhope 12 1,500 77,000 1504

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SHEPPARTON JOCKEY CLUB. SUCCESSFUL MEETING IN BEAUTIFUL WEATHER. MAIDLAND WINS THE CLUB HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

SHEPPARTON JOCKEY CLUB. SUCOESSFUL MEETING IN BEAUTIFUL WEATHER. MAIDLAND WINS THE CLUB HANDICAP. Early morning yesterday dis pelled whatever fears may have been entertained that the rain like the previous night would come down and make an outing uncom fortable, if not impossible. And as the day advanced the joy of being able to be present at what promised to be a very successful meeting of the Shepparton Jockey Club, proportionately increased. The only clouds that floated past wtre fleecy of hue, and the sun shone down upon all nature with a warmth that was tempered by- a cheery breeze almost imperceptible in its tounch on the cheek of man. kind. The ideal racecourse nbea the Broken River, attractive at all times, looked all the more beau tiful in that cheerful sunny time, with great stretches of green on either side of it, while away in the distance the hills of Dookie lboked blue and purple in their support of the.descending sky. The officers of the Jockey Club had attended scrup...

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PROPOSED DISTRICT RAILWAY. STANHOPE-TOOLAMBA-ECHUCA SHEPPARTON. STANDING COMMITEE TAKES EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

PROPOSED DISTRICT RAI1LWAY. STANHOPE -TOULAMBA. ECHUCA. SHEPPARTON. STANDING COMMITTEE TAKES .EVIDENCE, The members of the Railways Stand ing Committee, comprising Messrs E H Cameron (chairman, and father of the Legislative Assembly), Melville, Barnes, Waide, Hicks and Aillson, visited the Tatura district last week, to take evidence in connection with the rival routes to connect the Stonhope estate, recently acquired for closer settlement purposes, with the existing system. The construction of a line has already been autborisad by the Government. At Kyabram the. Committee heard evidence in support of Ihe proposed route--Roashworth to Stanhape. At Byrneside a general statement in favor of the Byrneside to Stanhope route was read by Mr D C Morrison, who explained that the evidence had been compiled frcm information gathered from interviews with the district farmers, who would be served by this proposed route. In the statement were included the following : wve uow ne scannope Estato, m...

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OLYMPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. CRICKET. CHURCHES' COMPETITION. CHURCH OF ENGLAND WINS THE PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

OLYMPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT, ORICKET. S CHURCHEus' COIPETITION. CHIURCI OF ENoLAND. W?sN TIIE PREIIERSHIP. Yesterday's matches in connection with the competition under she aeuspices of the Shepparton and District Churbches' Cricket Association were played under pleasant weather conditions, and a fair amount of interest was evinced .in the results, as indicated by the attendances at both. Church of England met the High School on the Military ieserve and, putting in a strong team,. had no diffoulty in defeating the setudoents, thus making sure of this (the eassbetatisb's first) season's premiership. At the Re. creation Reserve the MIethodist team effected a surprise by defeating the Pres. byterlan combioation, and thereby leav ing the position of runner-up still a keen contest between the High School and Presbyterian teams. There are still two matches to be played, and next Wednes day should Church of Eng'and defeat the Presbyterian team and High School score a win over the Methodi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

Sales at Shepparton Corporation Yards. CATTLE ... MARCH 31 SHEEP ... ... .., APRIL 7 SPIGS ... ... ... APRIL 6 SALE FIXTURES FOR MARCH & APRIL. Friday, March 27 R Trimb!rl's clearing sale, Cosgrove Sooth Jack Sinclair'e Clearing Sale, Arcadia Ncmarksh Stock Sale Benalla Special Horse Sale Saturday, March 28 Tatura Pig Sale Subdivisional sale of Hawkins' irriga ?ion blockls Kyabramo Special Horse Sale MIonday, March 30 KiallUs Stock Sale Yarrawoega Pig Sale Dookie Stock Sale Bt James Stock Sale Tues3ay, March 31 Shepparton Cattle Sale Benalla Stcck Sale Wangaratta Pig and Dairy Cattle Market Wednesday, April 1 Humphryis Furniture, Shepparton S Thursday, April 2 Nathalia Stock Sale Friday, April 3 Tatura Special Hor?e Sale Monday, April 6 Shepparton Pig Sale Yabba North: Watts, Tornbull and Co.'s Stock Sale Tang;nah Stock Sale Taesday, April 7 Sheppareton Cattle Sale Wednesday, April 8 Nalinga Stock Sale Monday, April 13 Marcngi Stock Sale Wednesday, April 15 Oaniambo: Watts, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

AT THlE IULLER 8F 0RESY SMEPP" RTN. Grocery, Crokery, Ionmongery and 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 a.m. A HURCGE SALE OF ALL DAIGED STOCK will commence, and last for Seven Days Only. :-- ·..-:All Sales during the Seven Days Strictly Cash Only. : 7 DAYS ONLY. . 7. DAYS ONLY. ;. 7 DAYS ONLY. ..THIE MILLER STORES, WYNDHAM=ST., SHEPPARTON. ROWE & CO. Are nowopening a Choice Assortment of WINTER DRAPERY, Including Ladies' Coats and Sporis' Coats, Corner Wyndham and High Streets, Shepparton, m"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 off-ring - it is Silent and smooth running it is Hopper-cooled, no water tanks required it is fitted with Magneto Igni:ion S it is giving perfect atijfaction to users and is guaranteed INSPECT at our SHOW ROOIMS: 536-8 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE or WRITE ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

DEATH. LesroRD.-On 2lrd March, Clarence Mlax, dearly-beloved youngest son of Albert and Mlaud Linford, Skene Street, Shepparton; aged 15 months. Our darling lax in heaven. PUBLISHeD MIONDAY & THURSDAY. BE JUST AND FEAR EUT. THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1914

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SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

SUNDAY SERICE;S. METHODIST - Shepparton, 11 and 7.30 Be" Millikan. Mooroopna, 11 Ray Phillips; 7-.30 Mr Palling. Tally garoopna, 8 Mr Edwards; 7-30 Mr J Phillips. Caninmbo, 2-30 JIlr Baring. ton. Pine Lodge, 3 Mr Ezird, Tank Corner, 11 Mr E:dwards. Killas, It Mr Wiliams. Congupon, 3 Rev Phillips. North Mooroopna, 7-30 Rev Phillips. Grahamvale, 3 Rev Millikac A.GLIC.Ls,.-V Sunday in Lent-St. Augustine's, Shepparton--8 a.m, Holy Communion; 11 a.m, iMatins and Sermon-The Lord Bishop. 7-30 p.m., Evensong and Sermon, "The Prodigal's Coming to his Better Self"-The Lord Bishop, Sheppareon East - 3 p.m, EvEnsong and Sermon, - The Lord Bishop. St Peter's, Arcadia--3 p.m., Evensong nud Sermon-Rev D Sherris. Tallygaroopna--ll a.m. and 7-80 p.m., St. Luko's; 3 p.m, St John's--y?v G Horner. PnurEsYTEaL.-Shepparton 11, Pine Lodge 3, Shepparton Estate, 7.30--Mr W Johns. Aceadia 11, Kialla 3 (Hear vest Thanksgiving), Sheppsrton 7.-30 Rev George Paul B3a.~ristr-Shepparton,!11 Mr Grifliths; Shepparto...

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FLOURISHING AT "FLORESCO." MR C.J. NASH'S PROPERTY. A LADY SETTLER'S PLUCK AND ENDURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

FLOURISHING AT "FLORESCO." -- MR C, J. NASH'S PROPERTY. A LADY BETTLER'B PLUCK AND ENDURANCE. No more interesting place at No 2 sub-division of the Shepparton Closer Settlement exists, and no betterand more practical work done than at the acreage :occupied by Mr C J Nash, " Floresco" by name, he has indeed made his holding flourish there, and be a name to conjure with. Nobody who visits the Closer Settlement cares to omit calling at Mr Nash's and to acquire some useful knowledge from him. At the present time he has two tont of sultanas and ten tone of dried peaches-all sun dried; with two other tons on the tray not quite ready yet. The quality of the produce is the beet Mr Nash has yet experienced, owing to the dryness of the season. He has had the water on for the last time this season for vines and peaches ; but for citrus and lucerne more waterings mightbe required if the weather keepsdry. ".Then you've had a good grow ing season ?" Mr Nash was asked, and he modestly answered " Y...

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RAINDROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

RAINDROPS. Bi E.F, I saw them against theo sunset, Drops of silver and gold, While the lightning'played in theb hea vens, And the thunder roared and rolled. Old Sol was red with anger, His lyrant rule was o'er; The olouds they laughed and mocked him, - And swept Earth's desty floor. A soft brerze csme witl the shadows, And swayed bouurt'iiin of Night; The once hob Goulburn Valley Was a vale of pure delight.

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DO YOU WANT TO LIVE MORE THAN 100 YEARS? [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 26 March 1914

DO YOU WANT TO LIVE MORE THAN 100 YEARS? The decrease in the death-rate dur ing the last century has been remark able, but, as every well-informed phy sician will tell you, it has been brought about chiefly by lessenging the num ber of deaths among infants and per sons under thirty-five years of age. After the latter age the danger of death is greater than ever, in spite of all that medicine and surgery can do. The famous British physician, Sir James Sawyer, believes it is by no means a difficult matter for any hu man being to live to be 100 years old. Hle has recently declared that any body can attain this age, unless killed by accident, if he or she will religious ly observe the following eighteen "commandments of health": 1. Eight hours' sleep every night. 2. Sleep on your right side. 3. Keep your bedroom window open. 4. Have a mat at your bedroom door. 5. Keep your bed away from the ,wall. 6. No cold bath in the morning, but a bath at the temperature of the body. 7. Exercise bef...

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