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FOURTH PAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 12 January 1914
FOUsTH PAGE.-1lodern Science and Feeding tuff.s, Dodder in Lucerne, The Tale of aTie, Wheat Season, Death Bed Repentance (by Pastor nRausell), Fao tories Act Prosercution, B3revity Buresu, etc. Tntowl FROe HoeRsE.--TWO young ladies and two young men went out horse riding one evening last week, when, lo, all of a sudden, one of the young ladies (who, like her fair com nanion. was ridint astride), was thrown from her mount when near tho Cor poration yards. There was a flutter and . rush to assist her, but quickly regain ig her feet, she stood like Boadacea of old, "''.ho B:itish warrior Queen," smiled plaintively at the company, and .assert og she bad not been hurt, got astride once again and rode off with the rest. Despite her assertion, however, she tas for some days past been carrying about a much-bruised arm. FREEZISG WORKS SIDING.-Mr Fitz patrick, chairman of the Iailway Com missioners, has promised to personally see that the matter in connection with the plans for the railway si...
THE FLETCHER FIRE. ONLY A PAIR OF BOOTS SAVED —AND A SUIT. ORIGIN OF THE BLAZE UNKNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 January 1914
THE FLETCHER FIRE. ONLY A PAIR OF BOOTS SAVED -AND A SUIT. ORIGIN OF THE BLAZE UNKNOWN. A pair of boots and a new suit of clothes wero all that Mr Richard Flet cher had saved-and the suit because on Saturday evening, when in Shop. parton, he forgot to take it away with him from the tailor from whom he had ordered it. All else perished in the flames that consumed the old residence " Oaklands" at Pine Lodge at an early hour on Monday morning-including a quantity of new under-olothing which he had purchased from James Fairleys on the Saturday. The residence was one of the first to be built at Pine Lodge, when that locality was. coming into favor, and being settled by that.sturdy band of pioneers, whose compeers have. made the country what it is. There Mr Fletcher - a bachelor - was himself reared with the rest of the.members of the family, and his parents are now in their declining years, enjoying a well. earned rest at a seaside resort at Mel. bourne. Mr Fletcher was routing the place...
LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 January 1914
LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Butter (selling) 9d, 10d Eggs (giving) 6(d Cheese (selling), 103, is Baon ?, Is ld, 1s 2d Ham ,, ls 2d ls 4d Wheab (giving) 3s 241 Potatoes ,, 63 Onions ,, 10s f)I Bran ,, Is bus. Chaff (selling) £8 51 Flour ,, 158 -Pollard ,, is ld Calfskins (giving) 5d to 63 lb Sheepaskins ,, 4 to 5?1 lb Hides ,, 4d 5d lb
LATEST FROM DOOKIE COLLEGE. PRINCIPAL PYE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 January 1914
LATEST FROM D30KIE COLLEGE. PRINCIPAL PYE'S REPQI1 . The work for the month was mainly onfined to harvesting operations, Al hough the general average returns will eo good, they will not come up to expoc. ations. The wind storms occasionally xperienced during the month mitigated a some extonurin obtaining fqll rettiuns, specially in respeot to the barley plots. n the ezperimental fielde 1 have looked hrough about 8000 of the plots and seleoted plants for next scason's stud sowicg. A little later on other seleo ione will be made of those varieties o0 wheat which show good bolding powers of grain compatible with good harvest Lng qualitleo. The stripping and win. ,owimg of the drilled plots have been completed, but the yields are not yet available. The highest yield of the areas under an acre was .ron; a Yedilla aross, which gqvo q Oetlrn at the rate of 47 bqehela per acro, Of the barleys the higheist yielder is Deckle Cape Selected, which gave a return of 50 bushels 451bs per acre Of t...
OLYMPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 January 1914
OLYMPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. BOWLS. The Shepparton bowlers journeyed to Nsgambie on Wednesday, to play their third association mnatch. A close contested game resulted in a win for the visitors, who were entertained by the ladies at afternoon tea. Is was a most-enjoyablo game, and the green keeper had an oexcellently prepared green. At the close Shepparton were congratulated on their win in esome well chosen remarks by the president, Mr Coelly, and responded to by Mr Sutherland. Cheers were given for both teams and a special one for thb ladies. The results are as follow: Shepparton 55. R!nk No 1-Sutherland, Downey, BSandy, Whitehead ...2 Rink No 2-Stebbs, 14aletby, 1sn dae1, AT1ver ... ... 23 Total . ... ... ... 55 S Nagambie 50. Rink No 1-Cowan, Gordon, lalk, S Osborne,. .... 20 Rink No 2-Willis, Coelli, Hannah Hill. .. ... ... 24 Total ... ... ... 50 The Shepparton club have ablo joined the Northern Association for Saturday matches, and Shepparton jiurney to Numurkah with $ play...
HUGO'S NEW MINSTRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 January 1914
HUGO'S NEW MINSTRELS. Tomorrow (Friday) evening Hugo's New Minstrels will make their first appearance in Shepparton. In addition to the singers, comedians and musicians, usual to such a combination the manago ment has secured on extra attraction in the shape of the world famous Arnoldis, late of Rickards' Tivoli Theatres. Of the younger Arnoldi_ "The Adelaide Advertiser" says: "The performance was entirely successfil, Feats of balancing with [plates on billiard cutes and forming casecades with billiard balls seemed to be as natural to yoTaung Arnoldi as walking. After several other neat feats Arnoldi spun a large bowl on a stick, then plaood the end of the latter in the bowl of a clay pipe, and placed the tip of the stem on the top of another stick; an ordinary playing ctar was then placed on his foreheacd on its earner and the whole placed on top of the card, causing lit to spin. As an nat of balgnciog this has seldom been equalled, Arnoldi rivals Cioquevalli in his great billiard ...
SHEPPARTON SHIRE FINANCES. ESTIMATED REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE. FOR THE ENSUING YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 January 1914
SHEPPARTON SHIRE FINANCES. ESTIMATED REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE. FOR THE ENSUING YEAR. The following is from the statement of anticipated receipts and expenditure submitted to Shepparton Shire Council at its meeting on Monday in connection with the striking of a general rate of 1s in the £ for 1913-14, and the extra rate of is in the £ for Shopparton riding: RECEIPTS. Bank Balance, £1501; arrears of rates, £61 153; noxious trades registra. tiont', £25 fines, £47; Government endowment, £1048 ; slaughtering licenses, £8; Park fees, £45 ; pan fees (including depot rent), £850; dog re gistration fees, £185; pound feds. £64; Shire Hall rent, £27; municipal yhrdi feen;- £840; parks and gardens vote, £5; licensee equivalent, £424; dairy registration fees, £17; interest on overdue rater, £9; crieket ground fees, £91; sheep dip forsls, £50; weights and measurers fees, £159 ; miscellaneous receipts, £5; Rodney shire (due Shepparton bridge), £69; loan No 06 (due revenue account), £34: balance for...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 January 1914
PERSONAL. Mr-Percy John Sharman, who was science teacher at the St.epparton Agricultural High School, somewhat more than two years ago, has passed second year science, for education .(Melbourne University). Mr Andrew Bohn, farmer who had been ailing for some time, -died this morning at the residence of Mr Mal colm Allen, in Welsford street, at the age of 56 years. The deceased was well known throughout the Goulburn Valley, and very popular. His wife and one of his sons were with him at the time of his death. Brethren of the Masonic Lodge are to carry the coflin to-morrow forenoon from the residence in Welsford street, up High street to the railway station, from whence it will be conveyed to Nathelia. Mr VW F Bowen has charge of the mortuary arrangements. The death is reported of Mrs Com port, wife of Mr H 0 Comport (who was formerly manager of the Nathalia branch of the Commercial Bank), The death has occurred at the gge of 22 of Mr Frank K4yes, eldest son of. Dr F J Keyes, J.P. of ...
MELBOURNE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 January 1914
MELBOURNE MA4,IETI Fatb Cattle.--350 yarded. Prime penes of bullocks, £11 to £12 ; entra do from £12 10s tc £14; good do from £9 10s to £10 los; good light and handy weigits, £8 to £9 5s ; second and in ferior, from £6; prime pens of cows, £7 10s to £8 10s, extra do to £9 1-s . good do £¢ to£7; secoond ad ijocrior, from 4. Fat Sheep.-32,000 yarded. Prime crosebred wethers, 183s 6d to 20s; extra do 20s 61 to 231 9d; good do l' s to 18s.; second d: from 15s; prime oroshbre3 ewes, 15s 6d to 17s; extra do 183 to 20s, a few higher; good do 14s to 15s; others from 10oa; prime merino wethere. 16s 3d to 18 91 ; good do 14e 9d to 153 9,d; seednd do 42s .? to 14s; inferior fro 1a, with merino e?es" a to 1'js. Fat Lambs.-Fat lambs were penned. Prime 15s to 17s; prime shorn, 13s 6d to 16s; extra, 17s 61 to 20s; good, 18s 6d to 14s 61; good shorn, 12s tc 18s 93 ; second and inferior, from 9.,
FAREWELL SOCIAL. TO CONSTABLE C. C. GARDNER. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 January 1914
FAREWELL SOCIAL. TO CONSTABLE 0. C. GARDNER. Constable Colin Campbell Gardner, watch-house keeper at Shepparton, has been promoted to the charge of Web gunyah, which is on the Victorian eide of the River Murray, opposite to Corowa, N-S.W'. He proceeoded there on the o2nd inst., and returning a few days ago, ones back to Wahgunyah to. morrow (Friday), with his wife and family. On Wednesday evening, at the Public Hall, the committee of the Shepparton and Goulbuin Valley Poultry and Ken nel Club entertained Mr Gardner at a social-he having been the first presi dent of the club, and now its retiring treasurer. Mr W. H. Mutton, the president, oc cupied the chair; and after the toast of " The King" had been responded to with musical honors, he proposed the toast of "Our Guest." In the course of a fine speechb, Mr Mutton referred in well-merited terms to the many splen did services rendered by Mr Gardner to the club. Mr Gaedner had also proved 3rood and honorable citizen c and while they a...
SHEPPARTON SHEEP SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 January 1914
B?EPPARTON SHEEP SALE. First sheep sale for the yeur. Aver age yarding of sheep forward to good attpndanoe of the public. Tone of the market throughout dull and draggy, add lines only reaching vendors' figures. Total yarding 7301 sheep, including 1109 in the fat pens, principally medium quality to inferior, odd pens only of good and prime sheep, this class selling readily at late figures. Thogae esqles af fected realised price albogt equal tIg dlosing sales of 191, allowion nothing for the mbnth's brass. Quotations fat sheep:-Good quality crossbred wethers 16s 3d to 17s, odd sheep to 183s 3d; medium quality crossbred wethers 13 id to 144 9d, good quality merino wethers 14s 2d to 153 8d, medium quality wethers lie 63 to 12s 3d, good quq'ity crossbredeowes Ws id to 16s 10d, rhoedium quality crossbred ewes 12s 2d to 14e Od, merino ewes 10s to lie 9d, c b ewes 10s 9d to 13s id, prime lambs 15s 10d to 16s 3d, old do 14s 4d to 15s 2d, medium do 12s 3d to 13s. Store sheep. All classes e.ge...
URBAN WATERWORKS TRUST. INSPECTOR TO BE AGAIN APPOINTED. WANTED—A FOOT OF WATER DOWN THE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 January 1914
URBAN WATERWORKS TRUST. I INSPECTOR TO BE AGAIN APPOINTED. WANTED-A FOOT OF WATER DOWN THE BIVER. At Tuesday's monthly meeting of Shepparton Jrban Waterworks Trqsj there were present; Come P. W. Fair (chairman), W. Sheil, W. Walshman, Q, V. Furphy and G. W. E.BRoee. Fon His RESIDBNCS. John Chessells, Rae-street, asked for a main to be laid on frop thp neareqt point to his residenee, so that he could connect same with his house. He had been paying water rates for the property for a number of years without receiving any benefit.-Engineer to report next meeting. REBATE AsiCp FOR. d D Mitchell asked for a rehate of rale' on hise property in Wyndbam. street, where the fire occurred. The premises were burnt down in December, 1912, so that It had been vacant land for the last 12 months.-On motion cf Come Shell and Furphy 12 months' rebate gragted. IePROovFD FRas PLue.p t!hs Installation of an improved lot of fire plugs, known as stand-up fire plugs led to some discussion, after which it wa...
MOOROOPNA HOSPITAL BOARD. LIST OF DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 January 1914
MOOROOPNA HOSPITAL BOARD. LIST OF DONATIONS. The.monthly meeting was held yester day, Mr J F Johnson (president) in the chair. CORRESPONDENCE. J A Spence, Numurksb, asked who. ther a man named Alexander Nicholson or M'Nicol had died, or had born a patient in the institution during the past two yeosrs.-Received I J Gordon, M.L A, tendered his resig. - nation as a member of the board, owing to Parlhamentary duties.-To be asked to reconsider the decision, and six mIonth' leave of absence granted, Immigration La bor Bureau, asked for information re D F Shoppird, who was reportes as a patient of the institution. -Attended to. Donations received with thanks National Bank, Shepparton, £2 '2; British Australasian Tobacco Co, £1 103; 0 Palling £1; estate late Alfred Felton, £20;W V I'Ulure Abernethy (collection for tobacco). £20 6 10d; Baunn Bros, toys ; S W Furphy, Corop, £1 ls; T M'Cormscek, Gooram £1; oer E A Muhlhan, Rushworih, £9 ;, D Hickey, Drumanure, £1.; late Sir William A Zeal, per...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 January 1914
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COM. FAIR'S PROTEST. DIVERTING WATER FROM THE MODERN ACHERON. SERIOUS FOR TRUSTS ALONG THE GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 January 1914
COM. FAIR'S PROTEST. DIVERTING WATER FROM THE MODERN ACHERON. SERIOUS FOR" TRUSTS ALONG THE GOULBURN. Comn F W Fair (chairman) stated at the meeting of the Shepparton Urban Waterworks Trust on Tuesday evening his belief that -the Metropolitan Board of Works was again making an effort to divert the water of the Acheron River in order to supplement the supply in the Yen Yean. About six years ago that board had made a similar attempt, but a protest was made, resulting in the Government disallowi g any interfer ence with the Acheron-which, by the way. is not in this instance the river of the infernal regions of classic lore, but a tributary of the Goulburn River, having its rise about five chains from the Yan Yean, which latter is on the opposite side of the Dividing Range. Baulked in its effort of six years ago, the Metropolitan Board of Works, to make ampler the water supply of Mel bourne and suburbs, erected the Moo randah reservoir, and later on completed what is known as the "O'Sha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 15 January 1914
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