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SALES AT SHEPPARTON CORPORATION YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

SALES AT SHtPPAHTON COR- j PQSATI03 YARDS. J A,.' . i-. . ... MAKCH. 3 i'l-j ' ... ... MARCH 9 bin..c.i ... ... MARCH ic

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BITTER PIT. NOT CAUSED BY POISONS. EXPERT'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

: J ■itrtll WT. I NO.T -CAUSED BY POISOKS. h EXPERT'S REPORT. I Mr D. M'Alpine, who was ap pointed by the Federal Ministry ; to i inquire into the: ciause of bit j ler pit in apples, has presented ; his second report on the subject ; to the. Minister for Trade' and !Customs (Mr Groom). In this : report Mr. M'Alpine says that i the theory that bitter pit is [caused by spraying by poison, such as arsenical compounds, is incorrect, arid he gives evidence I in support of his contention. The true cause, he thinks, lies in fluctuating conditions in tem perature and humidity, which produce irregularities in the transpiration, and in the case of the growing apple derange ment also of the vascular net work. It is a functional disturb ance of portions of the tissue, a3 in the case of cancer, and not the wholesale shrivelling, drying and withering due to the failure of the supply of water to the ap ple as a whole or its withdrawal. Cold storage experiments have exclusively proved that if apple...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

luality and Cheapness ! The Race for eheapness Is Expensive to the Wearer. ,. There are SUITS and SUITS. Factory-made SUITS that are cheap and strong, ■ •but after a few week's wear are quite shabby, and out of shape ; and there is the HIGH - CLASS TAILOR-MADE SUIT, %vith each garment. : specially built, which look well after 12 .months' ■ wear. . . • ; • ""r~ I! you are after the latter—— MITTON Is Your Man! Wyndham Street = Shepparton. David Wilson's Premises, Opp. Mochani.'-.' lns-:tu:o. FOR ONE WEEK ONLY! GREAT .'Remnant Sale!. o dispose of ail 1 oddments that have accumulated during our. umirier Sale BARGAINS! In All Departments. REMNANTS Oi Calico. Sheeting, Table Damasks, &c. j REMNANTS Of Prints, Muslins, Silks, Crepes. H REMNANTS Of Embroidery, Laces, Ribbons. I ODDMENTS In Men's and Boys' Clothing. i ODDMENTS In Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear. I ODDMENTS In Coats, Pants and Vests. J ODDMENTS In Ready=to •wear Dresses and Blouses. ODDMENTS in the Underclothing departme...

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DISTRICT NEWS. KARRAMOMUS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

DI8TRI0V NEWS. KARRAMOMUS. I An enjoyable evening was spent at Mr and Mrs C. Anker'b residence on February 18, a large gathering of people being present. Dancing was indulged in and kept up till the small hours. The music was supplied by Mr F. Dean (violin) and Miss Dean (piano), and assistance was rendered from Messrs Har rington, Gillard, and Sullivan. Mr Anker and Mr W. Dean aot ed as M.C's. During the evening songs were rendered by Miss Dean, Mr Gillard, Mr Harring ton; and a recitation by Miss Belcher, which was very much appreciated. • » • » The Tamieugh cricketers vis ited Euroa on Feb. 21. The result was a draw. Euroa, who batted first, made 151 runs for the loss of 4 wickets; 101 of which were made by Cow«ll. when the innings was declared closed. Tamieugh had lost 9 wickets for 115 runs when time was called. M. Gibbon (55) and E. Danaher (18) were the chief contributors to the score.

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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PINE LODGE SOUTH FUNCTION. A LARGE GATHERING. HONORING OLD RESIDENTS. PRESENTATIONS TO MR AND MRS DAVID TREAHY. REMINISCENCES OF FORTY YEARS AGO. (Introductory). [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

PINE LODGE SOUTH , FUNOTION. i : ; A LARGE GATHERING. HONORING OLD RESIDENTS. PRESENTATIONS TO MR AND MRS DAVID TREAHY. REMINISCENCES OF FORTY YEARS AGO. (Introductory). [. "Adare," Pine Lodge South, the residence of Mr and Mrs David Treahy. and family was jo'n Friday night the scene of a |remarkably enthusiastic demon stration. After a residence of close upon forty years in Pine Lodge South, Mr Treahy is re tiring from farming pursuits with the intention of taking a wellrearned rest for the remain der of his days. His health, latterly has been far from sat isfactory, and, with his family, he is about to take up residence at Elwood, with a view to plac ing himself under a specialist. His many friends sincerely hope that he will yet be long spared to enjoy his retirement in the popular Melbourne suburb. The gathering was one of the largest known in the district. It is com puted that from 300 to S00 per sons of both sexes, old and young, took part in what was in tended to be an exhibi...

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I AM TIRED OF LIFE. A WOMAN'S THREAT. CHARGED WITH OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

I AM TIRED OF LIFE . A WOMAN'S THREAT. CHARGED WIHT * OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOR. A woman named Edith Turn bull, who gave the name of Edith Law, was presented at the police court on Saturday morn ing .on the elastic oharge of of fensive behavior in a public place:. The informant, ~Consta ble. Humphry!#, reoeived. a tele phone call from the east end of High-street, about 1.15 p.m. on Friday complaining of the oon duct of a woman. He went down and saw defendant standing at the opposite corner of the Ter minus Hotel, A oouple of wit nesses were called who gave evi dence regarding the oondition of th unfortunate woman. One of them stated that she appeared to be out of her mind. The defend ant cross-examined the wit nesses briefly, and made a ram bling statement to the benoh, as to how she was followed and persecuted. She said, "I am tired of life; if I get off I will go and drown myself. Don't think I am mad, for I am not." She further stated that "he had been mar ried four years, and denied ev...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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KATANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

katandra. A ooncert, in aid of the rectory building fund, waa held in the local church on Tuesday, Febru ary 24, the Rev A. G. Horner, presiding. A packed house greet ed the promoters, which also proved to be an enthusiastic one, judging from the applause meted out to the various items. The programme was contributed to by artists from Numurkah, Tallygaroopna and surrounding districts, concluding with dia logues from Tallygaroopna and local amateurs. The building fund ought to profit nicely, from the concert, as there was prac tically no expense, the refresh ments being provided by the lo cal. ladies in their usual liberal and capable manner. The extreme heat of the past week was felt very severely by th residents of this district. I I don't know that any rocorda wore broken but I do know that there were many thankful hearts when the cool change arrived The continued dry weather i.s also being felt, water cart ing being a necessity for stock in many instances, and whilst rain at the ...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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COURSING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

coursing NOTES ^en ^i'"UI'"si"r clul> tiafc Mr E Su ltt ilL C'-'Ui'am wiLJi : •Mi- c \v(| S ?8 PresideiH, and, Mr j t' v.,00'1' 'ion. secretary.; l'J eiW 'hie :'!:1' - s Promised i us j

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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. MOOROOPNA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

'PORTS AND PA8TIME8T moohoopna races. on Moornn" et,nfr wiU bu 11 eld UBSday5ro?Pa reserve on Wed ^ramm'e r,f rci? U< The P™ i'rises • Trini u eY.ents °om Uandican v1 Handicap, £10; m- \itp "ovelty Pony Race Handio-?i?ri°«pIlu, llaudicap, £25; a,|i I'UisI* I'l'n 'ci' ^ PiaU timis ci, ',,' , ■ Nonnnu uilh ||,' " ^ litlnesday nuxl '"P. -Mooroopna!1'*'' Mr E" Hawk"

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

THE COST OF NEQLEOT. Think of the cost of veglect ing your kidneys—it means that you are allowing kidney poison lo accumulate in the system, and these pisons cause violent pains in the back, dropsical .swellings, urinary disi.-rder.-j. gravel, stone, rheumatics, gout, lassitude, sleeplessness, inclina tion to worry, excessive thirst, irregular heart action, neuralgia The genuine Doan's Backache kidney Pills restore to strained overworked kidneys their full power of filtering the dangerous kidney poisons from the blood and discharging them from the system. Read this case: Mrs J. Pullin, Wyndham street, Shepparton, says:— "Some time ago I was very ill with a bad attack of kidney trou ble and only people who have suffered in this way have any idea what I went through. My back used to ache till I felt I could hardly bear it any longer, and if I stooped it was almost impossible for me to stand up straight again without assist ance. I was completely worn out. I tried several different rem...

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A TRUTHFUL QUOTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

■k .1 QUOTATION. v.. VUVV-A'-l'ttJiS.'• '">> not always I He .elaborate-) casket Iha't holds the most v I'lX'L'inus jewel, the stylishly fitted window, that shows the best boots as 1 if a, »'uie; ; «jou re hunting for quality and value in boots with wearing power, ?-■ Glve U. Marshall, of High r street a trial and satisfac tion will be your dower, opposite Shepparton "News. ' The Hev W. M. Alexander, 'noderator of the Presbyterian • has been <m a pastoral wllil°, f)imboola. is confined to ■ , al the residence of the Hw G; t. Welling, there. Over and exlri'tne heat are. set town by Dr Phillips, who is in jitemlancp as responsible for rovt' Mr' Alexander's indis Mr It. A'. Webb, baker and con fectioner, of Wyndham-street, lias disposed of his business Lo Mr C. Hancock, of Auburn. The new proprietor entered into possession to-day; Mr Webb and family leave on Monday next, and will probably take about six. months' rest before re-en tering business. The family will be muc...

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

COURT HOUSE HOTEL. (G.T.A. HOUSE). (Host Central Hotel In the Town. Special Attention given to Far mers. First-class Accommoda tion. 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. Babies are Australia's best immigrants. In many homes baby does not appear, greatly t(5 the disappointment and sorrow of husband and wife. A book on 11 his matter contains valuable information and advice. Copies free, 2d, sent for postage. Ad dress Dept. A.P., "Natura" Health Co. (Mrs Clifford, Supt.), •49 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. "Turkish Rose" is the perfect skin food ever offered to the Australian public. It tones up and fieds the tissues and the nerves of the face in the most natural way, and positively does not produce hair. One jar will transform the ...

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CONCERNING PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 2 March 1914

CONCERNING PEOPLE The death of Mr Halliday, a   very old resident of Dunbulba- lane, removes yet another of the pioneers who opened up the dis-   trict. The old gentleman, who was 85 years of age, died on Wednesday to the regret of a wide circle of friends. A pretty wedding and one that   created a deal of interest, took   place at the Numurkah Method-   ist Church on Wednesday, 21st   January. The contracting parties were Constable D. H. Smith, of Carlton (oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith, of Katunga) and   Miss M. H. Tyres, daughter of Mr.   and Mrs. Jas. Tyres, of Druman-   ure. The officiatiug clergyman   was the Rev. T. G. Trueman, as-   sisted by the Rev. F. Ivory.   Those who remember Miss   Alice Rees, (now Mrs. Max Vog-   rich) who was famous in Aus- tralia as a singer some years ago, will be...

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

Death. HILLIARD.—On Sunday, February 22, at St. Leonard's private hospital, Emma, relict of the late John Hilliard, of the Education department: aged 72 years.

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HOMES WITHOUT DOORS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

HOMES WITHOUT DOORS i I (By George A. Birmingham, in 'The Dally Mail") Members of great and conquering na tions are able to impose their own fav orite customs upon the peoples among whom they travel. The English, for in stance, have spread tho hao.t of ar.n.t lng tea in the afternoon all over Europe, forcing on extra meal every day on the naturally abstemious Latin peoples. The Americans have Insisted on having all the chief hotels In Europe heated to scuh ai extent that the origi nal inhabitants of the Continent go about gasping. The French, though they do not travel much, have taught everybody in tho world to write lists of cooked food in their language and to call the lists menus. It is. I think, to the Germans that we owe the fact that wo can smoke in the restaurant-cars belonging to the International Company of Wagons-Uts. in spite of notices put up Jn several languages forbidding the practice. But we others, who belong to small nationa havo neither the power nor the right to f...

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CHAPTER II. The Tide of Fortune. I. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

CHAPTER II. The Tide of Fortune. I. The precise reasons which kept their friend Hugh Donald from the ■breakfast table were discussed to the accompaniment of deep 'breathing and unlimited marmalade by these sapi ent men of affairs, Jack Bowles and Freddy Bywater. Mat Michel, deep in the morning paper, which dealt with the meaner things of life, added littl to the argument though he heard much of it. A kindly friendship for the absent man put a iblt upon his tongue. He was old enough to know that something had happened:" "You are not going to tell me that lie is taking another lesson," Freddy put it to th philosopher. Mat said that he had not the least idea. It was left for Jack Bowles, in an inter val of mastication, to tell them that Hugh's car had 'been ordered, and that he found the fact significant. ' A man who sticks in a car when' he might be playing golf should be seen to by a doctor," he remarked; and then, as though this were the greater concern: "I'll trouble you to pass th...

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LEILA AND HER LOVER Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co. Ltd., Lond. and Melb. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER I. The Lesson. I. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

LEILA AND HER LOVER By MAX PEMBERTON. published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co. Ltd., Lond. and Melb. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER I. The Lesson. I. "TUe 'boy was her son; I will not see he[/ndSaHiigh Donald known that he to see her again upon the mor 1,.. it raav toe that he would have fninid the sentiment leas heroic than ridiculous, and have turned instead to „ consideration of the history and meaning of the glove, as worn Dy hu since the days of -Laertes iJer'eifl he would have heen helped by he sueers of Xenophon at .the Per sian habit, and" have rejoiced at the visiom of iliat somewhat common nlace historian, with whom the gods of Loretto had made him familiar. Who was she, and why were her hands slovsil upon the shores of Countv Down? The* glove as an emblem of Sabbeth rPSDectability: is entitled to honor ' in rpmate places; but h*re upon the links at Newcastle, a glove worn ni the prairies ofthe whins and grass -what custom or need could justify Hugh said that it wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

A NEW BRANCH OF THE COMMONWEALTH BANK LADY'S CARTER PURSE The ufcM place to carry money or valuables by day tad night. Ladies often regret that fashion prevents pocket* in costumes, sod handbags are unsafe The Carter Puxse ; a oew idea that is very popaUr m America, 'here tncu as well as women have adopted it nicely made of soft leather, with strap ~ :#ge The Marvellous Seven-in-One 3 4t* nm ln*trem«ntf In CJLry IVKyp^^^MHg Opera, Field. B«k!Ibc DUn. SL ' swreoeoep*. Cbopaaa, Micro* —^ «sop« and L*.-H»f«o«rope. Speeitl Pt1«« for » thon tira* tyg porinaM. THE UNION MANUFACTURING CO. 299 Elizabeth Street. Melbourne AT LAST ! High-Class Swedish Separators available at Prices HITHERTO UNKNOWN. Our introduction of the NEW MODEL "VEGA" has dealt a death-blow to Exorbitant Prices charged by our Competitors. MAKE NO MISTAKE. The New Model " Vega" Is no rough, cheaply-constructed Separator. It has NO SUPERIOR in quality and in price there's nothing to approach it. WE ASK all intending buyers...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

COURT' HOUSE hotel: - (C.T.A.-HOUSE). Most Central Hotel in the Town. [Special Attention given to Far mers. First-class Accommoda tfon. . Commodious Yard and Good Stabling. BILLIARDS. JAMES DUNNE, Proprietor. KRISS'S COFFEE PALAOE. CORNER WYNDHAM AND NIXON STREETS. Conversant to the Local Doctors, and the Corporation Sale Yards. —i 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 baby does not appear, greatly to . the disappointment and sorrow \ of husband and wife. A book on I his matter 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. I "Turkish Rose" is the perfect i skin food" ever offered to the Australian public. It tones up j and feeds the tissues and the i nervea of the face in the most| ■natural way, and positively does j not produce hair...

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VALUE OF CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

VALUE OF CULTIVATION. The season now drawing to its close provides an illuminating example of good cultivation. Throughout the wheal belt tne well-worked fallows promise abundant crops. The land that roceivcd hurried treatment will probably return bushels per acre less grain, in the Mallee in particular the difference.is very marked. A visitor from one of the newer districts stales that growers have this year learnt as valuable a lesson as was fur nished hy the drought in 1902. That season gave the practice of fallowing its biggest stimulus: and the present will strengthen the policy. Almose wherever tho laud was ploughed in the 'Malice fair crops will be harvested; practically wherever it was fal lowed, and subjected to careful tillage to conserve moisture a bumper return will be obtained. Where the seed was harrowed or scarified in failure is general. The evidence in ■ this direction is so unmistakeable that every grower must be impressed. Of course; in the new Malice it is not al...

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