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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

3S*S3££»T 0>^3 HAWWG' itilTl _ ..^e WORN A WOJDROW YOU WILL WEAR NO OTHE .j STOCKED BY JAMES FAII?LEY, SHEPPAKTON. FOR ONE WEEK ONLY! GREAT Remnant Sale! . To. dispose of all Oddments that have accumulated during our Summer Sale BARGAINS! In AH Departments. REMNANTS Of Calico, Sheeting, Table Damasks, &c. REMNANTS Of Prints, Muslins, Silks, Crepes. REMNANTS Of Embroidery, Laces, Ribbons. ODDMENTS In Men's and Boys' Clothing. ODDMENTS In Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear; ODDMENTS In Coats, Piants and Vests. ODDMENTS In Ready=to»wear Dresses and Blouses. ODDMENTS In the Underclothing department. ODDMENTS In the Millinery Department. Visit us during-this REMNANT SALE. I': will Pay You Well! FOR ONE WEEK ONLY! J. P. MCLENNAN'S Autumn and Winter Suits! CAN BE BEST MADE BY Mitton, The Tailor (Formerly known as MITTON & GREEN). 2 A Well-made SUIT is a Success-builder for any Man. • I "QUALITY" IS OUR WATCHWORD. • Business is now carried on in premises recently occupied by DAV...

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LOCAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

LOCAL MARKET. Butter (celling)... 1« to Is 'M Kr.os (giving) »- 9d doz Bacon (selling) ... Is to Is 2<1 Ham {selling) ... Is to Is 2d Hi Wubat (giving) ... 39 5c! J bushel 5 Chaff (selling) ... £3 5s ton Onions (selling) ... 10s 6d per ewt. Potatoes (selling) new 5a owt. Flour (selling) ... 15s bag Bran (selling) — Is Id bus Pollard (selling) ... la let bus Calf Skins (giving) 6d per lb iSheep Skins (giving) 3Jd per lb Hide ^giving) ... 4Jd per lb

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CRICKET. CHURCH ASSOCIATION MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

CRICKET, CHURCH ASSOCIATION MATCHES. The competitions in connec tion with the Church Association Clubs were resumed yesterday ! afternoon. High" School met and defeated Presbyterians on the Recreation Reserve b,y 20 runs. The victory was mainly due to the bowling of Skinner and Lid I delow. Ttio ohief contributors to the I High School soore were: Gay 37, H. Young 18, Liddelow H, Tho mas 10 and Skinner 0. Carroll secured 6 wickets for 25 runs and Stevenson took 4 for 41. For the losing team Revel was top sc-orer with 30, whilst other priri. cipal scorers were: Baud 10, Stevenson 7, Carroll 6. Skinner was, responsible for 6 wickets at an expense of 19 runs, whilst Liddelow secured three for 18 runs. ■ Throughout the. scattered vineyards of the Goulburn Val ley, stretching from Tahbilk in the; south: to Ecbuca'on the Muiv ray, good vintages ?re expected .thia seaaqti. -

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A GENTLE HINT [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

A GENTLE HINT .; Why worry and doubt when your boots are worn ut. Where tu buy boots that stand all sorts of weather. Just come straight to H. Mar shall's where you'll get without doubt, . , Quality, value, and certainly boots made of leather. t Opposite Shepparton "News/

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TALLYGAROOPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

- TALLYGAROOPNA. On Sunday last Harvest Thanks giving services were held at St. John's, Katandra, and St. Luke's Church of England.There was a very big congregation at all ser vices. and the Bishop of Wangar atta. assisted by the Rev A. G. Horner, Tb.L„ conducted all "ser vices. The churches were all dec orated for the occasion. Stirring sermons were preacfied by the bishop. . At St. Luke's Church in the evening the choir rendered the anthem, '<0 Lord, My God." Many thanks are due to Mr J. E. Trewin, who motored .the bishop and Rev A. G. Horner to Tallyga roopna West on Sunday morning; and also to Mr Geo. Bitcon, jr., who took the bishop to Katandra in the afternoon in his motor car. * > , • * < * • The weather seems to have taken a change for the better this week. On Saturday evening last the cool change arrived, which was very welcome. All this week the days have been fairly warm, but towards evening the air seems to cool, and ihe nights are pretty cold. *...

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PREFERENTIAL VOTING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

PREFERENTIAL VOTING. TO.THE EDITOR. Sir,—Since writing in your columns against the methods of local Liberal organisations in councction with the next State election, I have been informed by one of the candidates that he has been requested to pledge himself to stand down, if re quired todo so; or otherwise the organisations refuse t recognise him as a candidate. Probably similar communications have been sent to the others, and mat ters are rapidly being brought to a head. However, the candi date above referred to evidently questions the right to such high handed procedings, as he recog nises that preferential voting has removed the necessity of such restrictions, and he states that, he will not sign any such pledge. llumore are current that other candidates are of the same opinion, and prefer to rep resent the majority of the elec tors by gaining the position in a straightforward tight,: rather than by the influence of a small section—-and more power to their pluck.- If the seven can...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

SALES AT SHEPPARTON COR POKATJOsil YARDS.. '•CAT-i ..b .... MARCH 3 PI.^t ... ... MARCH 9 SH L'.K f ... ... MARCH, io AUCTION SALES TO GOME. A USEFUL SUMMARY. Friday. February 27. E. H. Miller's Clearing Sale, BunbarlLa. Dainton and Sons' Clearing Sale, Pine Lodge. J no. Eyles' Clearing Sale, at Wyuua. Saturday, February 28. Talura Pig Sale. ! Monday, March 2. Ameer £uxTs Clearing Sale at Merrigum. Miepoll Stock Sale. ; Nathalia Pig Sale. j Tuesday, March 3. Shepparton Cattle Sale. G. Colliver's Clearing Sale, at Tatura. Wednesday, Maroh 4. J. C. Hamilton's Clearing Sale at Dookie. 1 M. Kennedy's Clearing Sale rt Karramomus. Thursday, March 5. Jas. Brown's Clearing Sale, at Cosgrove. Spaul's Clearing, Katamatite. Tatura Stock Sale. Friday, March 6. J. S. Crudaas's Clearing Sale, at Harston. Saturday, Aarch 7. Mooroopna Horse Sale. T. Hogan's Clearing sale Tat. Monday, March 9. \V. M'Gillien's Clearing Sale St. Germains. Peter Hilbride's Clearing Sale, Tatura. Thursday, March 12. J.....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

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Shepparton News Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

slxppanon Rews Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 26. A subject that is receiving much at tention, and not before it was time, is the "marketing of Victorian pro duce of all descriptions. It is re cognised, of course, that London is the "market of the world." and lo properly secure and hold it is the desire of Commonwealth and State Governments. With that object in view a suitable site has been secured, whereon it is proposed to build an edifice which will be a centre from which shall radiate all knowledge concerning the Australian States, their products and other informa tion that may be calculated to awaken a greater interest in the British dominions beyond the seas. Earl Grey has presented a more am bitious scheme, in which it is pro posed to unite under one building all overseas British dominions, but it is as yet "in the air." In the mean time the Commonwealth project is one that should be pushed ahead, as being the forerunner of great things for Austral...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

CHUROH SERVICE8. Anglican —I Sunday in Lent.—St. Augustine's, Shepparton, 8 a.m., Holy Communion; 11 a.m., Holy Eucharist and Sermon; 7.30p.m., Evensong and Sermon—The Reotor. Shopparton East, 3 p.m., Evensong and Kermon. . St. Peter's, Arcadin, 3 p.m., Evensong and Sermon — Rev. D. Sherris. Tallyga roopna ■—11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.. fit. Luke's ; 3 p.m., St. John's—Rev. A. U. Horner. . Presbyterian.—Shopp.irton, 11 a.m."; Pine Lodgo, 3 p.m. ; Shopparton Ksfaite, 7.30 p.m.— Rev. Geo. Paul, Arcadia, 11 a.m.; Kialla, 3 p.m. ; Shepparton, 7.30 p.m.—Mr A: J. Kipper. Methodist.—Shepparton, 11 a.m.. Rev Ballard ; 8.30 p.m., Kov Williams. Moo roopna, 11a m., Mr Edwards ; 7.30 p.in. Rev Ballard. Tallygaruopua, 3 p.m., Kev Ballard; 7.30 p.m., Mr Graham. C'aniambo, 11 a.m., Rev Williams. Pine Lodge, 3 p.m., Mr Graham. Tank Cor ner, 11 a.m., Mr (iraham. Kialla, 3 p.m., Kev Williams. Congupna, 3 p.m , Mr J. Phillips. North Mooroopna, 7.30 p.m., Mr B. Phillips. Urahamvale, 3 p.m., Mr Eddy. Church o...

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DISTRICT NEWS. DOOKIE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

DISTRICT NEW8. DOOKQS. Haryest thanksgiving services were held in St. Luke's'. Church of England on Sunday last, when there were large congregations at both morning and evening services. The church was prettily decorated for the-occasion by members of the church. Special psalms and hymns were sung and at the even-1 ing service the anthem, " And God said, let ttje earth bring forth fruit," was rendered by the choir under the leadership of Mr G. V*5. Row lands. The pulpit was occupied by the rector, Rev F. R. Tacon, who took as his morning text, the 25th verse of the 12th chapter of Joel. "And I will restore the years that the locust hath eaten." The church was well filled for the evening service, when the preacher delivered a powerful sermon on the "Messages of the Garden," taken from the 8th verse of the nth chapter of Genesis 1st verse of iSth chapter of St. John's Gospel, an'V 41st verse of 19th chapter of St. John's Gospel. • * « • • A welcome 'change in the weather took place on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

SATISFAQTION IN CLOTHES YOU" GET IT HERE AT — WARDROP'S : Premier Tailoring Establish ment. SUITS full of character: suits that mark the wearer as a man most particular-' iii matters of dress, sycl) are ' WARQROB'S TAILORED SUITS. Our Representative (Mr. Syd. Thomas) . visits this district every two months. WARDROP. Th® Quality Tailor. SMITH ST., COLUNGWOOD. Th^ soi\d-off and presentation to Mr. and Mrs. T). Treahy, will take placeat their " residence, "Adare,"Pine Lo.dge, to-iporrovf evening, beginning at 7.30. '■ ■ : vmazzz AT JAS. FAIRLE\ tkU Record Business! AND Record Bargains! 36in. Dress Linens, 6 shades of Navy; also, Pink, This Week Sky, Mulberry, Purple.— Hundreds of pieces + sold at 1/6 ... ... ... lOid 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...

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PUNISHED BY KAISER MILITARY DESPOTS LOSE POSTS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

PUNISHED BY KAISER MILITARY DESPOTS LOSE POSTS The Kaiser to-day had a long con ference at Donaueschlngen with the Minister of War and the chief of his military cabinet, at which it is stated {says the Berlin correspondent of "The Daily Express," December 2\ that the Emperor did some extremely plain talking about the events at Zabern, in Alsace, where the popu lation is in revolt against the ex cesses of the Prussian garrison. The trouble began, as has been told in "The Express," with an offer by Lieutenant von Foerstner, of the 99th Regiment, of 10/ for every "Alsatian vagabond" bayoneted by a sentry. This was resented by the peo ple of Zabern, and a series of inci dents followed, culminating on Frl -day last in an outbreak- by the mili tary and the arrest of twenty-six citi zens. Complaints of brutal treatment by the soldiers were made by the pri soners, many of whom were citizens of standing. A number of German newspapers to-night state that the Kaiser has ordered drastic punishm...

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AN UNDERA FUNCTION. FAREWELL TO MR. AND MRS. LUMMIS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

AN UNDERA FUNCTION. I FAREWELL TO MR. AND MRS. i LUMMIS, One of the- largest, farewell socials that has ever token iplabe in Undera North was held on Tuesday evouing to say farewell to Mr. and Mrs. Lummis and fa mily, who are leaving the district for Gilgandra, N^S.W..' Repre sentatives were pesent from Mooroopna, Tatura, Kyabram and other plsfces, while the local residents turned out- in full force. Mr. O'Brien occupied the | chair, and with a few initiatory remarks commenced the even ing's" programme with a song ably rendered by Mr. Wilson (Mooroopna). . The chairman proposed the' toast of " The King," which was (right royally drunk with musi cal honours; after which the toast of "Guests of the Even ing" was also proposed by the chairman who said that it was with a deep sense of sorrow that the time had arrived when they had to say farewell to such fine people as Mr. and Mrs. Lummis Mr. Lummis had proved an ad mirable neighbor, one who was 1 only too willing to do anything day or ...

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AFRICAN KING DEAD [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

AFRICAN KING DEAD 1 It may be assumed with some confi dence that the persistent rumors ot Menelek'a death which have bee" culated periodically since, his par^yOc selBure in 1908 are. on thia occaalon^ well founded, -says "Tbe Times., The extent of the change in AbysBlnlan^and North-East African poUtics inyolv^ by his death cannot yet be appraised. Menelek has been dead to the outer world arid possibly even to. Aby&sjnia for some years. His stripling son and heir, Iiidj ^asou, is known, and has still to PJ]? ■ ,'!i, - ability to cope with the peculiar prob lems of Abyssinian statecraft. During Menelek'a reign of 20 years the extremely primitive of Abyssinia has been overlaid with a Western veneer, though it has .notlost Its original characteristics. The^ coun try has telegraphs and telephones, jind a railway, which stopB. short at a point near Harrar. It has a i'mited hutin croasing-trade in which India shares. The main industries of Abyssinia are, however, pastoral and agric...

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BOWLS UNDER THE ELECTRIC LIGHT. SHEPPARTON'S TRIP TO TATURA. AN ENJOYABLE TRIP. VISITORS' VICTORY. (By One-of Them.) [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

BOWLS UNDER THE ELECTRIC LIGHT. . tjliEP P ARTON'S TRIP TO . TATURA."' . - -71 AN ENJOYABLE TRIP; • ^ VISITORS' VICTORY. (By Onc-of Them.)" Sheppar toil bowlers. have had no >' more pleasant.. experience than"was. en joye<i u 11 the occa sion of their memorable trip' to Tatura oji Monday evening last. No dillicully \yas experienced in getting together a party of six teen to constitute four rinks, as the novelty-of playing a game under the electric, light xvas ir resistible.' Twelve of the/party' were scaled in Mr: R. Oswald's large" carry-all, drawn by four good horses, "Bob" - personally handling the reins with his cus-' tomary ability. The remaining lour had-a buggy and pair to Ihems^lves; aiiii they had an ex perienced Jehu in Mr. J; Kendall, leaving Shepparlon about G;30, after an enjoyable drfve. Tatura was reached shortly be fore 8 o'clock "Slid the visiting teams were driven direct to the green where they were heartily welcomed by vice-president'Gor man and .oth...

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"LADY" DEFINED [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

"LADY" DEFINED Lady Mabel Egerton yesterday (says "The Dally News," December 9) opened the Church Army labor depot in Walmer road, Notting.-Hill, and was afterwards thanked by several clergymen from the district, who spoke of the value of the depot. On a/ clergyman said that many socletn ladies visited the "depot each weea. "They are ladles," he added, "becausV they do this, and don't talk about Ir afterwards for notoriety."

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SHORTAGE OF WATER. COMPLAINTS FROM THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

SHORTAGE OF WATER. COMPLAINTS FROM THE COUNTRY. Absence of rain is seriously interfer ing with the supplies of water in cer tain parts of the country—mainly for domestic and stock purposes. The Minister of Water Supply, Mr W. Hutchison is daily leceiving requests for assistance to' safeguard and increase the diminished supplies. The Shepprton Water Trust sent a deputation (comprising Com C. H. Denker (chairman) and W. Phillips with the secretary (Mr Jas Nugent) and 'the engineer (Mr Tisdall) to the Minister yesterday to report a shortage of water, due partly to the trust's own delay in pntting a channel ia order. The result was that when the water was turned into the channel the diminished sup ply and increased use prevented it from reaching the outside areas the channel commanded. The deputation asked for a loan of £250 to enable it to construct a short relief channel in order to augment the flow and to keep other works going. The Minis ter promised inquiry and favor able considera...

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PUBLIC WORKS. ANNUAL SPECIAL GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

PUBLIC WORKS. ANNUAL SPECIAL GRANT. Included in ths estimates which were recently approved by Pailis ment was a grant of £25,000 to assist shire councils in constructing main aud other roads, carry out drainage works, and repair the damage to bridges caused by floods. This is the last occasion on which a distribution of a special grant for roads and bridges will be made by the Public Works department. Iii future,- all expenditure of the kind will come within the operations of the Country Koads Board. The Minister for Public Works (Mr Hagel>h'6rH lj^jaTteMted the grant aiTK&gVdistiict sniwOas follows : - A^ViVoa Shire : a rewards main 4if.'\jpbfti leading to TaiiVay'' Stations, £.Wo (council to : Towards main tenance of main roads, £125 (coun cil to expend £125 additional). Numurkah Shire; Towards re pair of bridge over Skeleton Creek, £100 (council to expend £100 ad ditional). Sheppartou Shire: Towards metalling road. leadiDg to Dookie College, £150 (council, to expend £1...

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SHEPPARTON MARKETS. Pigs. Monday, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

SHEPPARTON MARKETS. Pigs. V Monday, February 23. A full yarding Qf pigs" forward also the public. Total penned, 203 head including 70 head of good quality bacon and pork pigs—this class was dull of sale. There was practically no compe tition for this class, and such showed a decline in favor of the. buyers to 5/ per head. The re mainder of the yarding compri sed young stores, slips and.suc kers. For these lines competi tion was keen and prices high in favor of vendors. Quotations: Prime.heavy bacon 06/6 tb'72/6; do. medium sorts,v 59/.to 65/; light baconers, 51/ to 56/; prim back fats, 73/ to.80/: heavy por kers, 44/ to 47/; light do.. 36/6 to 42/; bacou stores, 48/ to 53/: young stores -34/ to .38/; big slips, choice quality. 30/ to 33/; good slips, 26/ to 28/; choice suckers. 21/.to 23/.; medium do., 18/ to 19/6; inferior class, 15/6 to 17/6. - Sheep. : Tuesday, February 24. A full yarding of sheep for ward at, this market, consisting chielly of indifferent quality lots with odd p...

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