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

COURT HOUSE HOTEL. j (C.T.A. HOUSE). ; j (tfost Central Hotel in the Town. Special Attention given to Far mers. First-class,Accommoda Uon. Commodious Yard -and Good Stabling. BILLIARDS. JAMES DUNNE, Proprietor. . KRISS'S COFFEE PALACE. ' CORNER WYNDHAM AND • NIXON STREETS. Convenient to the Local Doctors, and the Corporation Sale Yards. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. MEALS AND BEDS, 1/ Light Refreshments Sixpence. Free Stabling. THE EMPTY CRADLE. j Babies are Australia's best immigrants. In many homes I baby does not appear, greatly to the disappointment and sorrow ! of husband and wife. A book on this matLer contains valuable information and advice. Copies free, 2d, sent for postage. Ad dress- Dept. A.P., "Natura" Health Co. (Mrs Clifford, Supt.), •19. Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. "Turkish Rose" is the perfect .skin",food, ever r offered to the Australian public. It tones up and feeds the tissues and the nervey. o'f the face in the most natural way, aiid positively does not produce hair. One...

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CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

CHAPTER XV. The family was gathered together in the delightful sitting room at Southibourne, overlooking the promen rde. Mr. Gordon Price, who had con sumed large quantities of champagne since the departure of the bride and bridegroom and the suppression of a telegram, was inclined to restlessness, and had just announced his Intention of obtaining a breath of fresh air and nsked Philip to accompany. The shadows of evening were deepening. Mrs. Pri^e was on the sofa. Al ready she had complained dolefully of missing Queenie, and had been told by her husband—with Intense irony —not to exhibit selfishness. She ought to be thankful that her daughter Tvas happily married to a worthy fellow— Michael, to wit, Qod 'bless him-! Beryl sat in a shadowed corner, thankful that no one as yet had sug gested turning on the lights. When the ne'er-do-well son and the ne'er-do-well father reached the front door, a man on the other side^was aibout to ring the bell. When Mr. Price opened the door he found...

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The Heart of a Girl (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XIV.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 26 February 1914

The Heart of a Girl By HENRY FARMER, Author of "The Money-Lender,'• "12a Quiltry Street," "Bondage," etc. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XIV.—Continued. Thome drove his teeth into his pe ttier lip. This woman -who shrank from his touch was his wife. Her hor ror at this moment was • of the pro phetic, anticipatory kind. The .obliga tions of marriage, what marriage meant, had thrust themselves upon her. She was tempted suddenly to fling open the door, throw herself out and let the traffic crush out her life. Hut the wild impulse \vas caught up an instant later oy a realisation of its selfishness; the misery and grief, and possibly death, such an act would in flict on others. She must go through with it somehow. "It's a bit early to begin showing off. isn't it?" The words lyid been suing out of rrhorne. "Don't touch me!' I've done all I have done for von and yours, and I suppose you take it for granted I shall go on in the same way in the future—but I mustn't touch you! What do you thi...

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THE A.N.A. CONFERENCE. REPORT OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS. PUBLIC QUESTIONS CONSIDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

THE A.N.A. CONFERENCE. REPORT. OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS. PUBLIC QUESTIONS CON SIDERED. . The various public questions dealt with by the Victorian A.N.A are summarised "in the annual report'of'.the board of directors which is to be placed before the conference, at Wangaratla in March. Referring to the question of the conversion of State debts, the report states :— The board intended to wait upon the Commonwealth Trea surer in regard to : this matter but finding the Treasurer was in accord with the views of the. association as to the disable ness of conversion, and the only difficulty in the way was as to ' the method to be adopted, it was decided not to take any steps at present. The. queslion will pro bably form the principal sub ject for discussion between the Commonwealth and State repre sentatives of the forthcoming conference of Premiers. It is .hoped that some solulioriof this difficult problem will then beat Ituned, so that the promise of the , Federal leaders to the people may b...

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SHEPPARTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ANNUAL CONGREGATIONAL MEETING. SATISFACTORY REPORTS. THE NEW FENCE AND GATE. CHURCH SOCIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

8HEWRT0M PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. . ANNUAL CONGREGATIONAL • MEETING. SATISFACTORY REPORTS. THE NEW FENCE AND GATE. CHURCH SOCIALS. The annual meeting of the congregation of the Shepparton Presbyterialn Church was held on Thursday night. There was a fair attendance of both sexes, and the Rev Geo. Paul presided. The meeting was opened with prayer, following which the re ports • were submitted for ap proval and ordinary business transacted. REPORTS. Board of Management. The board, in submitting the balance sheet for the year ended December 31, 1913, congratulat ed the congregation on an in crease of 13/.7 in the amount of the collections, but very much regretted a decided decrease in subscriptions totalling £56/14/8 'I his decrease may be due part ly to the failure to collect sub scriptions as punctually as hitherto. The hope was expressed that these arrears would be secured during the first' quarter of the next financial year. Diffi culty was foreseen in meeting current expenditure unless...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

WEDDINGS PURDIE—GILLESPIE., £n event in which a great deal of local interestrwas centred was celebrated on Wednesday afternoon, when James Blair youngest son of Cr and Mrs Purdie, of Wunghnu, was mar ried to Lena, youngest daugh ter of Mrs Gillespie. The cele brant was the Rev J. A. Lee, of Numurkah. Miss Nellie Purdie (sister of the bridegroom) at tended the bride, and Mr Leslie Gillespie (brother) gave tho bride away. At the conclusion of the ceremony the wedding break fast was held, when the usual dancing, singing and games in the large bam, whicn had been nicely decorated for tho occasion whiled away a pleasant few hours. The young couple left on Thursday morning for Mel bourne, where the honeymoon is to be spent. The bride's dress, which was the creation of Miss Hayward (A. Miller and Co.), was of white silk lace in hand some grape design, made with a two-tier skirt and square train. Over white silk bodice gathered into silk yoke and fin ished with kiltings of cream sil val. De...

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STAGNANT WATER FOR DOMESTIC USE. NUMURKAH'S COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

STAGNANT WATER FOR DOMESTIC USE. NUMURKAH'S COMPLAINT. The recent spell of very hot weather has drawn attention to the state of the local water sup ply. During Saturday and pre ceding days the stench rising from the weir was noticeable in the main street, and residents are becoming alarmed at the prospect of an outbreak of fever The reeds in the creek have grown luxuriantly since the last burning off, and are now very thick in the stream. Thousands of starlings make the reeds their resting place. Considerable shooting at them takes place, aind it- is probable that num bers of carcases are rotting in the water. When Mr Graham was Minister of Water Supply, he and Mr Elwood Mead addressed a public meeting in Numrkah, and promised to have the water from Eastern Goulburij scheme, sent down, and delivered at a very reasonable rate. The Water Trust commissioners were also assured that the water would be available within two years, and in consequence of these prom ises a scheme that was tho...

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POLICE INQUIRY. LABOR TROUBLES AT COBRAM [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

POLIOE INQUIRY. LABOR TROUBLES AT COBRAM Superintendent Davidson, of Benalla, visited -Cobram last week for. the purpose of making enquiries into complaints lodged by members of the Australian Workers' Union now in Cobram, against the police, who, they al lege had permitted a certain in dividual to take illegal liberties in several respects, while at the same time an espionage was ex ercised over them which was not justifiable. Sub-inspector Cor kill, of Sheparton, was also pre sent vat the inquiry, which was held at the police station, and after hearing evidence from both sides, the superintendent took his departure, and will probably submit his report:in due course We learn from some of the com plainants that they did not ask for an inquiry by/police authori ties into police failings, inas much'as it would be futile to ex Eect one; officer to give an un-, iassedjudgment so far as a fel 16w. officer is concerned, and. moreover, they (the men) would riot give complete evidence at th...

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Shepparton news Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY, MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

Sbcpparion I2eu>s Published : Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY. MARCH 2. • Whilst it may be regarded as desirable that municipalities ou^ht to be entrusted with as much local government as possible, it must be admitted that in many cases the powers they already possess are abused or neglected. This is a strong assertion to make, but it is capable of proof. Take, for in stance, the administration of the Vermin Destruction and Thistle Acts. When entrusted with the carrying out of the former measure complaints were made of malad ministiation in many parts of the State, Rabbits seemed to flourish when the rabbit inspectors were municipal officers. It is true there were notable exceptions to the rule, but, regarding the State as a whole, the work of exterminating rabbits was superficially done. The in spectors were not whol y to blame in this respect. It very frequently happened that their employers were the biggest offenders, and, while it was regarded as ba<l policy t...

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THE SPEED OF MOTORS. RODNEY SHIRE'S COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

THE SPEED OF MOTORS. RODNEY SHIRE'S COMPLAINT. Reference was made at Mon day's meeting of the Rodney Shire Council to the excessive rate of speed at which motor cars travel through the main streets of Tatura and Mooroop na. Dr-' Florance and Mr W. J. Wilson, of Mooroopna, complain ed that the street leading to the the high road in Mooroopna was being used as a speedway, and* if prompt measures were not taken a serious accident would occur. Young children were al ways playing on the vacant plot near the street, and only recent ly one child narrowly averted be ing run down by a Shepparton motorist.—The president (Cr J. \V. Wilson) agreed that drastic action was necessa'ry to prevent motorists from travelling through the streets at a high riate of speed. He had been told that a car went through Tatura one evening last week at a speed of over 35 miles an hour. This sort-of thing was a source of grave danger. He had even seen a man testing a motor cycle in the street recently, and was ge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

Carnival Week AT JAS. FAIRLEYS Record Business! AND Record Bargains! 36io. Dress Linens, 6 shades of Navy; also, Pink, This Week Sky, Mulberry, Purple.—Hundreds of pieces H ^ sold at 1/6 ... ... ... lQid IS Pieces (only), double-width Crepds; newest This Week goods, in Plain Whites, Cream and Hair lines.—Usually 1/3 A further supply of S.S.S. Galatea Boys' Blouses and Sac Coats~ali 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 ... 1(M 111 106 44i Don't Fail to Pay a Visit to 0! Harris' Magnetic Offer! eOMMENGED ON' SATURDAY, FEB. 21, FOR SEVEN DHYS ONLY! 10 per cent. Discount—(2/- in the £)—Off AH Purchases. A 4 1/ pnfli Untrimmed HATS, in Tagel and Chip ; worth from 3/11 to 6/11. ^ 6aCh ^ wee<^' Season's HATS; worth s & Cam double. At 2/6 Dress length. A i iiJ a a nit 100 do2. Men's COLLARS; every new shape and size. J1I 87 MEN'S SUI...

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MOOROOPNA REQUIREMENTS. EXTENSIVE TREE PLANTING URGED. ITS DRAINAGE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

jtMOOR00ni$ *KW EXTENSIVE TREE PLANTING URGED. ITS DRAINAGE SCHEME. Representatives of the new iorganisation. known as the Mcio roopna Town Improvement So ciety, waited on the Rodney ■Shire Gounou on Monday, and preferred several requests. The ideputation comprised Dr Flor ance, and Messrs W. J; Wilson !and W. D. M'Lennan. The'depu tation asked that the old and [dilapidated gum trees in Moor Toopna be grubbed out; that the small plcit almost opposite the post office be fenced in and planted with ornamental shrubs and plants; and that permission be granted to the tire brigade to erect the new bell tower on the piece of land right opposite the brigade station. This site had been chosen by the residents. The deputation also asked that council considers the early ad visability of adopting an effec tive drainage scheme for the town. In connection with the proposed scheme, Dr Florance expressed a wish to confer with the engineer regarding same. He held very strong views with regard to the...

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SOCIAL AT TALLYGAROOPNA FAREWELL TO MR C. S. DOCKING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

SOCIAL AT TALLYO^Ofiw; TO MR. G. S. On Monday night last about fifteen to twenty fellow. coni psiiions of Mr. C. S. Docking, met al the Public Hall. Tallyga lonpnii to l>iti farewell to one of • {heir comrades, before his de parture for Drysdale near hueensclitfe. The evening com menced with a few gramaphone selections in charge of Mr G. Inglis. Rev A. G. Horner, Th.L., occupied the chair, and called upon Mr C. It. M'Kenzie to pro pose the health of the guest This vvas drunk with musical honors Refreshments were handed round, and then Mr E. Magill (captai" of the football club> spoke, a few words of the as sistance the football club re ceived from Charlie and express ed regrret at his leaving Tallyga rnopna. -Mr Era Pinchbeck (vice captain) also remarked of the ?o«il Charlie had done for the town and said he was a good urn in his business capacities. Messrs H. Formby. G. Inglis j. .Harks, and W. H. nemiick ajjo spoke a few words about the guest aud ,,len Uie chairman „n iiehal...

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DARGALONG AND MUROHISON DISTRICT TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

DARGALONG AND IflUltOHiSON DISTRICT TURF OttJB. The summer meeting bf Dar gaiotig and Murchison District Turf Club was ield on Wednes day. Results: Hurdle Race.—^J Teague's Ya'rrabrae, I'O.O (Wal lace), 1; J., Machier's Ancdria Boy, 9.12.. (C. Morrow) ,'2. These were the only starters. -Betting;. 2 to 1' on ! .YarrattKik 6 to 4 i against Ancona Boy. Time, 4min. 8isec. Trial Handicap.-r—J. William's Ben's Daisy, 7.7 :('G. ; A. Lane), 1; T. M. Redfern's Rudstone, 8.4 (J. Redfern), 2; E. Barker's Gallee Maid 8.4 (M'Granahan), 3. Lady Matsep and First Mark also started. Bet ting: 7 to 4 on Gallee Maid, 6 to i against Rudstone, 5 to 1 against Ben's Daisy. Time lmin. 6sec. .Club Handicup.—:P. Mor gan's. Miss Tuck, 6.7 (Lane). i. \;irs S. Dowier's Bessemer, 8.1'.; iWaddups), '2; V. M. Redfern's Miss Godwin. 7.9 (Redfern), 3. These were the only starters.. Betting: 6 to A on Bessemer, evens Miss Tuck, 4 to 1 qgainst Miss Godwin. Time lmin. 45 3-5 sec. Welter Handicap.—J. A. Ryan's JLoombeX,...

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BOWLS. NORTHERN ASSOCIATION. SHEPPARTON v. NUMURKAH [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

BOWLS. NORTHERN ASSOCIATION. SHEPPARTON v. NUMURKAH Shepparton played another contest in the Northern Associa tion on Saturday, when two rinks visited from Nuinurkah. The day was hot and trying. Play started shortly after 3 o'clock. White head was drawn against Dr. Spence, and Sandy against Coop. In the latter rink, Sandy and his men played in good form and put up a decent score before the others got in. At the 15th end tluywcro -0 to their opponents' 3. Whitehead had a light to the linish and was down 4. It was a very pleasant game and good liuinnr prevailed. a I the close special reference war- made to tiie possibilities of the Northern Association. Cohram and Kya toaniare laying down greens and will eoine in tifxI year. The usual dim* w.jt\. given for each team and the captains. Scores: Sliepparp'ii ti.S. •Stutibs, Ur. M'Keiinu, Downey and Whitehead 20 Ireahv, Milne, Brunt oil and ■Sandy 48 Numurkah 30 l'mlerson. M'Pherson. Cutler and Dr. jjpenee 2 i hriiian, Callander, 'i'earu a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

HOW TO PREVENT ACID I STOMACHS AND FOOD; FERMENTATION. BY A STOMACH SPECIALIST. As a specialist who has spent i many years in the study and i treatment of stomach troubles, ■ I have been forced to the con clusion that most people who complain pf stomach troubles possess stomachs that are ab solutely healthy and normal. The n.jal trouble, that which causes all the pain and difficulty, is acid in the stomach, usually due to, or aggravated by, food fer mentation. Acid irritates the del icate lining of the stomach and food fermentation causes wind, Mhich distends the stomach ab normally. causing that full bloated feeling. Thus both acid and fermentation in terferes with and retard the progress of digestion. The stomach is usually healthy and normal, but irritated almost past endurance by these foreign ciements—acid and wind. In all such cases—and they comprise over 90 per cent, of-all stomach difficulties—the first and only step necessary is to neutralise the acid and stop the fermenta ...

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G.V.B.A. THE SEYMOUR PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

g.v.b.a. THE. .SEYMOUR PROTEST. Thf association met at Tatura i on Thursdav nisrht 20th Feb- j ruary, at 9 p.ns. to vl>;al with the | protest lodged by the Seymour clult against Shepparton count ing a win in the mutch played at Shepparton on 21 «t January. The ground of the appeal was un stamped bowls, tile association having carried a resolution that; all bowls be stamped by 31st December. It was contended for Shepparton that tho protest should have been made at the time the match was played, the A.B.C. rules laying down the course of procedure, which was not followed in this case. Sey mour suggested the game should he played on a neutral green. After considerable discussion, a resolution was carried that the ?amc be re-played on Tatura freen on Wednesday, 18th March and that Sheppartun club be no tified accordingly. Seymour was represented hy Boddy and Gro ww; Nagambie bv Park; Shep parton by Dr. Cook and A. White head; and Tatura by Hall and Davy.

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YIELD OF COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

YIELD OF COW8. I Throughout the State the ed ucational. work carried on by dairy, supervisors is having an ; excellent effect. Farmers in many cases are keeping fewer i but better cows, and the result on the yield of milk is gratifying In districts that have not been brought under the Milk and Dairy Supervision Act the aver age yield of cows is very much lower than in the areas under' i supervision. Mr W. A. N. Rob ! ertson, who is the chief officer of the live stock division of the department of Agriculture, has prepared a return showing the average yield of cows in Vic toria during recent years, as compared with New South Wales The following figures will be in structive to farmers:—Average yield of cows in 1907: Victoria, 256 gallons; New South Wales, 257 gallons. 1908-9: Victoria, 243 gallons; New South Wales, 257 gallons. 1911-12: Victoria, 340 gallons; New South Wales, 277 gallons. 1912-13: Victoria, 281 gallons. In the following table it will be seen that there has been a subs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

auction sales to come. A USEFUL SUMMARY. Tuesday, march 3. Sheppai'toii Untile Sale. G. Gulliver's Clearing Sale, at 'L'ulura. Wednesday, march 4. J. C. Hamilton's Clearing Sale at t-'UOKlU. „ , . M. Kennedy's Clearing Sale rt Kanaiuomus. Thursday, March 5. Jas. Brown's Clearing Sale, at Cosgrove. , Spaul's Clearing, Katamatite. Tatura Stook Sale. Friday, March 6. J. S. Cruddas's Clearing Sale, at Harston. Saturday. lAaroh 7. Mooroopna Horse Sale. T. Hogan's Clearing sale Tat. Monday, March 9. W. M'Gillien's Clearing Sale St. Germains. , ^ , Peter Hilbride's Clearing Sale, Tatura. Thursday, March 12. J. tffhomas's Clearing Sale, at Govftmgardie. W. L. Thompson's Clearing Sale, Karramomus. Tatura Stook Sale. Saturday, March 14. J. Alt's land, Nalinga. Tatura Pig Sale. Monday, March 16. Undera Stock Sale. Date to he Fixed. C. H. Hawkins' subJivieional Land Sale. In Maroh. E. Husking's Clearing Sale, at Waaia. Privately. Keast J'crris & Miles, Carumbi Estate, Stockintingal. N.S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

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