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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 February 1914

SPORTS AND. PAST|Mi£S. BOWLS. This Evening sixteen members of the Shepparton Bowling Club proceed to Tatura to play a game, of four rinks tin-the'.local green under the electric Ijght. The experience will ..be a novel and enjoyable one to Shepparton bowlers.' .

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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IMPORTANT LAND SALE. M'NAMARA'S SUBDIVISION WITHIN THE IRRIGATION AREA. FAIR PRICES REALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 February 1914

IMPORTANT LAND SALE. M'NAMARA'S SUBDIVISION WITHIN THE IRRIGATION AREA. FAIR PRICES REALISED. Situated right on the boundary of ihe H own Riding, and well within the irrigated area, Mr P. M'Namara's .vdl known block of 185 acres of 'fisci evopportunity for purposes It hau befrt >aiidtvju«d una 15 allotments, ra.-v^- 1 ire ifom bi- acres to 3 2 J* acif Thi: i i»lon icowc.j thw :?i>tral j i'-ia bct'M ftiatic to roM:-. oud, «.f ■ . ' "the faci !hHt.«vory J block was .'.veli coin:;-,;'.!!'.:'.-;' i>;. ::•?! irrigation channels .. Tb« lotto ; AI4!_!l!ii_piirUcl>^M-Qf-the-..«:iifi:— '' Lot i—9a $r 38P and lot 2 (10 ncros.—A. Fa rley, £ 24 15/per acre. Lot 3. —10 acres M. A Wasson, £■}$ : o/ per acre.; Lot 4. — 10 acres.—E. Schalit, £23 10/ per acre. ' ' Lot 7 — 10a ir 1: 7p. - M. Roe, £"29 16/per acre,. . Lot 8 12a or 2p.—M. Roe, £26 10/ per acre. ' Lot 9 13a 2r 25p. R Darby, {24 per acre.' Lot 12— 13a or 36 p—rW, Doncon £24 15/ per acre Lot 13 - 14a 2r gp — \V. Under wood, ^"...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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WATER SHORTAGE. SHIRE'S DOMESTIC SUPPLY. SPECIAL MEETING OF TRUST. DEPUTATION TO INTERVIEW THE WATER COMMISSION [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 February 1914

WATER SHORTAGE. SHIRE'S DOMESTIC SUPPLY. SPECIAL MEETING OF TRUST. DEPUTATION TO INTERVIEW THE WATER: COMMISSION A special meeting, of the Shire of^ - Shepparton Waterworks Trust was held this morning at the Shire; Ball&There were pre sent : Comniissioners C..H. Den lcw ;(chairman) , E: G. Green W P'inciibeck,R.-Ro(5,\V.Blwllips, Geo.- ~Bitcon,'jun.,vE.'' Quinlan, with thc'secretary (.Mr J as. -Nu gent- engineer(Mr H. F. Tis oall,' C;E.VV'iand- the ranger (J. Gibbs).;' / ' • .. The object of the meetng was to consider the diminished sup ply ■ of water coming down the Broken. River.rAlso, for the pur pose^of,;considering the sending down of a. deputation with the deputation from Tungamafy and Numurkah trusts to interview Water Supply- Commission re fresh • allotment' of water from Broken River. , At a previous.-meeting of the Trust, held on Friday, February 13, arrangements had been made'for a ;dep,uiation: to inter view "the Commission 'on the following Wednesday. Mr Gra ham...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 February 1914

To Land Seekers. THE following are the succe^sf il applicants for the Matnns (N.S-W.} Home teaH Farm*;— l^'ir'ion 60, J. J- O'Meara, jnr., Daysrlale (N.S.W.); 63. . Robert R ?«-, Pico'a N Tth (Vi«?); 64. J. L> Clarke, Mumboolrlool, vi* Tem ora (N-S.W.) ; 65 S. Fobbins, Cbetwyn, H«rsbam (Vic.). Write at once to me for pUns and applica tion forms for the 62 sple»did agri -u'tural Homestead Farms now open for S' lection in the Wyalong dis'iict. ' Fee of 10/ covers every lvn«. No rental ror 5 ye^rs. You can apply for the whole 62 blocks in one application. R, O. Drum mond. Land Agent, Lockhart, N.S.W.—Advt.

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TOWN BAND SOCIAL. BANDMASTER BEAMAN ENTERTAINS HIS MEN. AN ENJOYABLE FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 February 1914

TOWN BAND SOCIAL.; BANDMASTER BEAMAN EN TERTAINS HIS MEN. •AN ENJOYABLE FUNCTION. Bandmaster R. J.-Beaman on Thursday evening at the Goul burn Valley Hotel entertained the members * of the Shepparton Town Band. The idea \yas a happy one, as . it served to bring the inen togctlier for social purposes and thus prove a pleas ing break to the ordinary prac tice nights. Suitable light re freshments were provided by Mrs Ware, in her usual incom parable style, and were served in the large dining hall Mr Geo. F. Ware made a capable chair man, and handled the meeting splendidly, The chairman referred to the object of the gathering, the men having having been invited by their Bandmaster to meet around the social board, and to show his high appreciation of the work that had been done. They were all colts, and he con sidered splendid work had been done in the short space of time that Mr Beaman nad been in command. Mr Beaman expressed his high appreciation of the band's line work since he had ta...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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LOCAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 February 1914

LOCAL MARKET. , Butter (felling) Is to Is 2d Rogs (giving) _ 9d dnz Bacon (selling) ... Is to 1b 2d Ham (selling)"... Is to Is 2d ll> Wheat (giving) ... 3s 5d i bushel Chaff (selling) ... £3 5a ton Onions' (selling) ... 10a 6d por cwt. Pot atom (selling) new ' 5s owt. Flour (selling) ... 15s bug Bran (selling) .. Is Id bus PoiiARD (selling) ... 15 ld.bus Cau Skins (giving) 6d per lb •Sheep Skins (giving) 3Jd per lb Hide 'giving) .... 4Jdporlb

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SALES AT SHEPPARTON CORPORATION YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 February 1914

SALES AT Vrt£PPAnTON COR POKivTtOra YARDS. SHEEP ... FEBRUARY 24 | CATTLE ' ... MARCH 31 PIGS ..." ... MARCH 9

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 February 1914

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 February 1914

IN MEMORIAL. SHORTIS—In stid and loving nmwai : my dear husband, and r «i *ir fitvr, who departed this life 21th Febru.:; 1912. A painful shock, a blow pave-'*, To pari with ona s«» d*.»»r: Onr loss isijreir : wi»"ll not «• mp'ilc, Bat trust in Uod fo moot agiin. W o miss then from thy pl.ico, A shadow o'er onr lif« is • ast: Wo miss »he sunshine of thy f.~; Wo miss thv kind and witling h^v% Thv fond and carno^t -Mr-, Our homo is dark without thee. Wo miss thee every when*, deirfith: Immacnlate H»»*irt of M irv Your prayers for him rxV'l; Oh sacred Heart of J >u Havn mercy on his sou!. — Inserted by his sorrowing wife family.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 February 1914

AUCTION SALES'TO COME. ) A USEFUL SUMMARY. Tuesday, February 2* Shepparton Sheep Sale. I R. Cobbledick's Clearing Sale and laud at Yalca. Sale of irrigable land, Kya bram. J. D. Wilson's Sale, Merrigum. Wednesday, Februrary 25 j Late N. McDonald's Clearing Sale, Cungupna. james Bros.' Clearing Sale, near ATCoy's Bridge. . Miss Maidment's Clearing Sale at Tooiainba. Thursday, February 26. Tatura Stock Sale. David Treaty's Clearing Sale, at Pine Lodge South. A. Lutze's land, Nathalia. Kialla West Stock Sale. Friday, February 27. E. H. Miller's Clearing Sale, Bunbartha. Dainton and Sons' Clearing Sale, Pine Lodge. ■ Jno. Eyles' Clearing Sale, at Wyuna. Saturday, February 28. Tatura Pig Sale. Monday, March 2. Ameer Bux s Clearing Sale at Merrigum. Miepoll Stock Sale. Natnalia Pig Sale. Tuesday, March 3. Shepparton Cattle Sale. G. Colliver's Clearing Sale, at Tatura. Wednesday, March 4. J. C. Hamilton's Clearing Sale at Dookie. . . . M. Kennedy's Clearing Sale .-t Karramomus. Thursday, M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 February 1914

For Years He Worked in Wet Ground, Kidney 'Pains and' terrible $ackache. Clements Tonic Cured 'This letter was 'written from Tubbul 'Station, Via Young, N.S.W.,'Aug., 15/11. Mr;. Wiseman, the writer, strongly \ recommends all miners to use this toedldne, because it is such a powerful nerve and blood purifier that it counteracts the iH-efiectso! underground confinement and bad air upon the system. After reading this letter, get "Clements Tonic and keep healthy CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "A» a'iiiiier1 far ywn'l worked in ' wtf gronad, and Dow.lt ii telling on me, for 1 iiffer with mykiiatys and backache ud loss oi appetite. ■ "Doctors In Tni| tcU us I had hydatid,, ud Mid an operation aight be ■ecetiaiy. Their medicine did me ao food. I retelVed against it. I wai to "and if I coald sat walk "far, without a •pell. I tried all medicines, and pills, r»j lifi'kasbcta a ■jury to su, notil 1 ''tried Clements Toalc. The firtt and second battle, had poor effect, bat the third did. Iwatinrorittd at...

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NORTH MOOROOPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 February 1914

1 NORTH" MOOROOPNA. : : A- disastrous (lrc occurred at Cooinboona -on Thursday- night. •The- residence; of Mr. Archie Walker,: was" burned, to > the ground. Nothing was saved, as .r. "Walker, ,wasi'out when the! fire started: and" wlien." he re turned the fire haci "too' strong a hold .to save:anylhing It is,undei' stood the- house-was covered by insurance. Mr.-Walker was only recently married, :and the loss is a big one. - . « »• # . ■*: ■ ,Mr. -W. Thomas. Mrs. Thomas and. Mrs. Crawford -were ten dered a farewell- social in ; the Presbyterian Ghurcli on Thurs day night. ■ A- very enjoyable evening was spent at Christ Church; Coom-' boona, on Friday night. Alarge' crowd had assainbled to -make* some.kind of ^presentation to Mies JMay.'tUmm isiisivhq ■ i s_J ca.» ing the district-for N.S.W; She had acted as organist for a num ber of -years, "i and it was ' only, fitting - that , she should receive', some small token. The night being very hot, the seats; were; shifted outside and a...

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THE ADMINISTRATOR'S VIEWS. "MILLIONS ARE NECESSARY." [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 February 1914

THE ADMINISTRATOR'S VIEWS. "Millions are necessary." After another's year's resi dence in the Territory, Dr. Gil tuth has still unbounded faith in its future. "I have no reason to change the opinion of the Terri tory that I formed after my first trip," he said last night. "That it can be developed by white labor I have not the slightest doubt. The rest is a matter of policy which does not concern me, or, rather, a matter which is not my function. My function is to carry out the policy. We are waiting for the start of the rail way from Pine Creek to the Ka therine, which I hope will be along soon, and for the estafi lishment of freezing works." "Referring to Ihe allegation that officials in the Territory were highly paid. Dr. Gilruth said that in comparison with salaries paid in India and elsewhere, and con sidering the fact that in the pure ly Commonwealth service, such as Customs and post offices, the employees received a tropical al lowance over and above the salary graded in the ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. CANIAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 February 1914

: DISTRICT NEWS. CANIAMBO.- : ; During the past week the weather nas continued very hot, temperatures ranging from 98 degrees to 103 degrees* The heat seems to reduce very little unl.il well on in the evening, thermometers sometimes regis tering 100 degrees between 4 and 5 o'clock in tne afternoon. Bush llros are raging in other parts but so far we have been free from them. Last Sunday even ing a fire was noticed in the south-west and since then we have learned thai it was at Gil— fuis's and Beavers\places in Karramomus. We have not been able to hear particulars of its origin. The rabbits threaten to be very bad again this year. In some places the paddocks are literally swarming with the pest. It be hoves tho local rabbit league to be up and doing. The-farmers cannot- afford to keep rabbits. On a river frontage of 52. acres which was recently poisoned un der Instructions from Mr Dela henty rabbit inspector, of Euroa, the enormous quantity ol seven hundred were killed in one night. M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 February 1914

, The adjourned inquest con cerning the deaths of Anastasia Margaret Johnson and her son, who were drowned in the Goul burn River on the 6th inst., was was concluded on Tuesday, be fore the doputy coroner, Mr H. M'Kenzie, J.P., at Mooroopna, Lengthy depositions wore taken but no fresh facts were elicited to throw any light on how the tragedy occurred. It seemed quite evdent, hoowever, that the deceased had both got into the river accidentally, probably one going to the- assistance of the other. A verdot of death by drowning was returned. Hans Irvine's Australian \vlnes, both still find sparkling, havo re ceived the Hall Mark of Royal ap proval in addition to the many awards gained in all parts of the world. Hans Irvine's Pure Grape Brandy ia distilled under Govern ment: supervision, and is one of the best 'of its - kind in the' ,tnarket. Obtainable from, Irvine , and Co., liolliri»-street,' Melbourne, 'or ®. Guthrie and Go., local aglets - COURTHOUSE HOTEL. (G.T.A. HOUSE). * . 'Host...

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VICTORIAN SETTLEMENT. EARL GREY'S OPINION. FUTURE OF IRRIGATION DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 February 1914

I VICTORIAN: SETTLEMENT, j EARL GREY'S OPINION. FUTURE OF IRRIGATION DISTRICTS. ! Earl Grey, who returned on ; Wednesday night from a brief ' visit of inspection to the irri gation districts of "Victoria, is a staunch believer in this form of settlement. He considers that the Victorian irrigated districts must have a big future. Speaking of what ho had seen to a Mel bourne interviewer, he said:— "I regard the work as of the highest value. I understand that your irrigation system makes provision,, as far as it has been established, . for supplying 400,000 acres with one foot of water. If this is correct you have in this district alone prospective wealth equal to that produced by iyour best gold nnues. I travel ; led through the Goulburn Valley i saw the'Waranga Reservoir, and I visited, among other places, I Echuca, Rochester and Bamawm. II saw a number of settlers and I their farms. The evidence of 1 what the water has done in turn ing dry, arid country into fields ' of lovelines3 m...

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AMUSEMENTS. THE ZILLAH HARRISON ENTERTAINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 February 1914

AMUSEMENTS. THE ZILLAH HARRISON EN TERTAINERS. On Tuesday night next at the Star Theatre, Miss Zillah Harri son,^ who was last 'heard- here with the Kate Rooney Concert Company, will make a reappear ance. Miss Harrison, at-;.the forthcoming visit will be suppor tedby a very selecf.company of versatile artists, - including Mr. Roy Hastings, society;entertainer and comedian, and '-Mr;Ernest Wallings, bass. Nine artists -in all will assist in providing a pro gramme Of excellent music, and harmony intermixed with comedy and novelties of a very refined order. The plan for reserves is at Mrs Donaldson's. v.

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CONCERNING PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 February 1914

CONCERNING PEOPLE The death has been announced at-the age of 83 of Mr. Joseph; I Hart, of "Grossmount," Bambra Road, Caulfleld. He leaves a widow and a family of ten, in cluding Mrs J. C. Stead ;of Gos grove South. and Mr H. G. Hart, of Blacker's orchard. Master Douglas Sefton, son of Mr and Mrs W. J. Sefton, .of Youarang, who recently obtained a scholarship at the Tungamah State-school, has followed up his success by passing the Junior Public examination, with two distinctions.. Mounted-constable Ramsay, of Katamatite, is under notice of transfer lo Meredith, on the rail way lino between Ballarat and Geelong During his short stay at Katamatte Constable Ramsay lias proved an estimable ana energetic citizen and his removal will be very much regretted. At fhe meeting of the State Executive Council on Wednes day, the following new justice nf the peace was appointed:— Mr Alfred Edward Gadd, of Na ?ambie. Mr. R. Nicholls, J.P., who has carried on a chemist's business at Rushworth for the...

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CONCERT FOR THE BLIND. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 February 1914

CONCERT FOR - 'I'lIE. BT. JND..".. What promises to be an ex cellent entertainment, is that to be given on Monday, 2nd March next, at thfe Star Theatre, Shep parton by representatives of the association for the advancement of the blind and for the home for adult blind. Brighton Beach. The performance, will "consist of son'gs, duets, recitations, to igether with 4000 feet of moving pictures arid illustrated songs by members of the company. Ex changes . speak in., terms of highest praise of the lady and gentlemen singers" of the party, whose numbers have been; highly appreciated, while the bioscope films are described as of the latest and most up to daltj style One satisfactory feature of the, entertainment is that the net proceeds are all -to be devoted, towards the maintenance of the blind -association unlike an en-, tertainment formerly given by blind people who had been en gaged on salaries... Mr T H. . Prosser, school teacher, of the Shepparlon State-school, has been appointed se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 23 February 1914

Carnival Week —win 111 AT JAS. I>T WWO.** ilUl!j JL o ! Iff IP *■ i I $1 n i-fiL §j -a? | WJUSi t Record Buslsess! AND Record Bargains! 36in. Dress Linens, 6 shades of Navy; also, Pink, This Week Sky, Mulberry Pik pie.— Hundreds of pieces « ^ * sold at 1/6 .... ... ... JlCJaQ 15 Pieces (only), double-width Crepds; newest goods, in Plain Whites, Cream and Hair lines.—Usually 1/3 A further supply of S.S.S. Galatea Boys' Blouses and Sac Coats • all one price This Week 90 (only) Men's Noted Dust Coats; newest styles .—Usual prices, 15/6 to 17/6—This Week ... 30 Patterns in Nairus'Best Quality Lino, 6 feet wide —For Sale only This Week 1CM 111 108 4'4i Don't Fail to Pay a Visit-to Herns' Magnet; . SATIIKUaV, ;r:l3 IL FOR SEVEN DRYS ONLY! 10 per cent. Discount (2/» in the £)—Off All Purchases. Every article of Neckwear; every fragment V>f Lace Goods; every atom of Embroideries, go at fractional values. SACRIFICIAL SALE PRICES in Every Department, for 7 days only, starting SATURDAY, ...

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