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FLAX GROWING WITH IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

FLAX /GROWING .WITH IRRIGATION. The growing of flax presents itself as one of the most profit able of industries, because the j flax market, while in itself re munerative, has'the great ad-: vantage maintaining an estab- j lished uniformity, free from the j fluctuations which in connection with some of the other products too often adversely affects the growers, because of the absence of good marketing certainty. With irrigation the cultivator is given power of control in the way of rendering his production certain, and with flax his market is equally assured. There are i dry district industries, such as j wheat, and there are irrigation / district industries. Among these latter sugar beet has to be in- ] eluded,, although hitherto in j Victoria attempts more or less successful have been made to force it into the dry district class The £20,000,000 worth of beet sugar in America is almose in tirely produced in the irrigated districts, with their adjac(Jht beet sugar factories to which...

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CONGUPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

CONGUPNA. (From our -correspondent.) Oij Friday night, 27Ih Feb ruary, :the many friends of the Misses 1 M'Donald met- in the Congupna hall to bid farewell to the two ladies who are shortly leaving the district. Mr. ,T. S. Rennick, J.P., kindly officiated as chairman, and, after briefly explaining the object of the. gathering, he called on the Misses Skewes to open the pro gramme with an overture. The first part of the programme con sisted of songs and gaines. Those who contributed to the former were Mrs. Palmer. Mrs. M'Ken zie, Mr. Brown and Miss M. Swann. . Then came the -most impor tant item of -the evening—the presentation. The chairman, after stating that the event of the evening was about to take place, siiid that the meeting was open for anyone to say what he or she had to say in regard to the departure of their guests. Rev. J. B. Taylor referred to the valuable assistance that the Misses M'Donald had always been willing to render any func tion in connection with church or di...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, MARCH 3. (Before Mr R. Knight, P.M). Debt. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. i'UESDAY. MARCH 3. (Before Mr R. Knight, P.M). Debt. , wni. Macdermott v. John Harhvig: claim for £30/3/4 due on dishonored promissory note, with interest. Order for amount with £3/7/6 costs. Mr W. M Abernethy appeared for the plaintiff. ' . Guyatt and Ilowson: y.j-MiCh aei Connelly, claim for.;. £5), money due on promissory, note. Order with £1/6 costs. Mr. Sutherland (Sutherland a.ud Maefarlani!"' for thu plain tlfT. ■".:■■■ Default Summonses. -lames Russell v. Andrew B. "ilsou; claim for £3/1, ■■work. ll!ld labor done. Order for arnounl with 15/6 costs. Mr VVi M. Alienvethv for the plaintiff V. M'C. AlicrDotiiy v. C. J• iwuiiisiiii. claim for money-due upon accounts stated,.' £1/1 '• wler willi 15/ii costs. l-'raud Summons. •lames M'Donald v. .f. I • 0 Hi'ien. Mr W. M. Ahernethy notified that in this . .case an arrangement, had been made bc wecn thf. parties, and he £°Heht permission to. withdraw, t-ase withdrawn. ;;

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DISTRICT NEWS. CANIAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

di8tri0t news. ^ ; GANIAMBO. (From our correspondent) . - The-beautiful coqI:r;li3ns$-3. ll.'iit we longed'for has come, 'but alas, it is a dry chanaro. What a different aspect the country would have had if we had had a' couple of inchos of rain. Every thing would have been freshened and we would have been rid of, the dust that now lays Jikb a1 cloak on all and'sundry. Grape picking has now com menced. The grape crops are varied. One man slates that his currants and raisin grapes are hardly worth picking while an other says he has a fair crop, and still another estimates a record yield. The starlings continue to be very troublesome, literally swarming the vineyards "unless carefully watched. " • " ; Harvest thanksgiving services were held in the Caniambo Me thodist Church on Sunday, March 1,- morning and evening. In the morning the Rev. Williams (a visitor from Melbourne to the Shepparton circuit) preached a very interesting and helpful set text from Luke xvii, 17-.. 19, and in the ...

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LOCAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

local market. Butter (selling) ... la I <] tola oM Mcs (giving, ... 9,1 dnz W (selling) ... is to Is "2d "AM (Belling) ... 1, to Is 2d ib " ikat (giving) ... 3S ,i bushel f, '"1' (selling) . ... £3 5s tnn UMOXS (selling) ... 10a 6d per ewtT' atoes (■selling) new 5a cwt. F'-ol-u (Belling) l5s bllg p *N (SBlline) .. U Id bua cRI> {selu»f-'i - 1b Id bus W» o'NS (fe,ivinb') M Per lb ■ H ; :'?kin3 (giving) 3Jd per lb niIir- giving) ... 4Jd per lb -

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STATE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. TRIENNIAL ELECTION OF MEMBERS. POORLY ATTENDED MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

STATE SCHOOL. COMMITTEE. TRIENNIAL ELECTION OF MEMBERS. POORLY ATTENDED MEETING. A poorly attended meeting of parents of children attending Shepparton State School was held'yesterday afternoon at the school for the purpose of elect ing a committee of seyen for the ensuing term of three years. Mr. J. B. Brunton, head teacher, pre sided, and read the regulations for guidance in connection with soeh elections. Ho read apolo gies from Rev. Geo. Paul and Mr Geo. W. E. Ross. He then call led for nominations. Rev. N. D. Herring first nomi nated Rev Geo. Paul and Mr. G. W. E. Ross Then followed thu nominations of the Revs. N. D. Herring and J. W. Thomas; Messrs. H. Young, T. M'Cormack and A. H. Wale. - , As the number nominated did not exceed the number to b-3 elected on the committee, the chairman formally declared those, gentlemen duly elected. The chairman announced that it would be his duty to call the committee together on as earlv a date as possible, for th ela tion of officers and th...

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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. CRICKET. CHURCH ASSOCIATION MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

I SPORTS AND PASTIMES. CRICKET. CHURCH ASSOCIATION .MATCHES. --'.'.".'Matches were played on Wed nesday between four clubs. The Church of England beat High School by 7 runs, a very, narrow margin, indeed. The victory re flects as much credit on the de feated team as on the victorious one. Sixty-eight of the runs made by the Church of England were obtained by two players, viz.. Palmer 36 and Fewster 32. The three best scorers for the school were: Gay 42, Caygill 12, Skinner 10. In the match, Pres byterians v. Methodists, the for mer secured an easy win by 54 runs. The chief scorers for the winners: Stevenson 24, Carroll and Baud 17 each, Burns 16, Clydesdale 10: and for the losers G. Williamson 19 and Bowey 11. Following are the scores:— .Church of England v. High. ^ School High School. W. W. Gay, b Date .. .. 42 J. S. Rogers, b Date .... .. 5 11. Liddelow. b Fewster . . . . 4 R. Skinner, run out .. . . ... ;10 R. Thomas, c Fewslor .. . . 3 L. Caygill not out .. .... .. 12 H. Young c...

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SHEPPARTON FIRE BRIGADE. DEMONSTRATION ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

SHEPPARTON FIRE BRIGADE. DEMONSTRATION »AKRANGE- • MENTS; "There was a good attendance of members at the monthly meet ing of the Shepparton Fire Bri gade, held, at the fire istation on. Tuesday night. Capt C. A. Rundle presided over the gathering. : _ Correspondence. ; secretary Country Fire Bri gades Boarj notified that: cloth lor six new uniforms had been forwarded.—Received. Morse and Co. forwarded the wheels of new hose reel thorou ghly renovated and overhauled, and hoped same would be found satisfactory. Any defects now noticeable could bo rectified at demonstration aj, Bendigo next \veok.—Received. . Beechworth brigade forwarded tickets for art union, to be' te5IS?0Vune»30- • in aid of Norlh Eastern Association Dem onstration Fund, and hoped ef forts would be made to dispose of them.—No action. ■ Chief officer Marshall notified mat tram by which brigade would travel to Bendigo would be i ~°,o mai'y leaving Shepparton at <.13 a.m. on Monday next via ■1 oolamba.—Recei...

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TAMLEUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

TAMLEUGH. (From our. correspondent). : In the Euroa district cricket association, Tamleugh met Goo ram club ai Rigg's Creek,. on the Moglonemby. club's ground, on Saturday last. Tamleugh batted first, and scored 150 runs for 9 wickets, when they decided to close their innings!^ The highest scorers were M'Gib bon (Gl), T. Hamilton (32), J. Gourlay (23). J. Wallis (13), A. M'Burney {10). On Gooram go ing in they encountered with a disastrous downfall, being all disposed of fur 21 runs, of which J. Hill (7) and H. Vroj land (8) were the top scorers. J. Gourlay secured 6 wickets for 11 runs, and T. Hamilton 4 for 9. These -two clubs met before on Ihe Euroa cricket ground on the 7th Feb. and Gooram defeated Tamleugh by 173 to 48.

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

SALES AT SHEPPARTON COR PORATION YARDS. -—o PIGS ... ... MARCH g SHEEP ... ... MARCH ic CATTLE' ... MARCH ij AUCTION SALES TO COME. A USEFUL SUMMARY. Friday, March 6. Shepparton Special Horse Sale Tooiamba Stock Sale. J. S. Gruddas's Clearing Sale, at Harston. Saturday, Aarch 7. Mooroopna Horse Sale. T. Hogan's Clearing sale Tat. Monday, March 9. Shepparton Pig Sale. Marungi Stock Sale. W. M'Gillien's Clearing Sale St. Germains. Peter Hilbride's Clearing Sale, Tatura. Tuesday, March 10. Shepparton Sheep Sale. . Wednesday, March 11. > ; Nalinga Stock Sale. Thursday, March 12. Katandra Stock Sale. J. a-homas's Clearing Sale, at Gowangardie. W. Li. Thompson's Clearing Sale, Karramomus. Tatura Stock Sale. Friday, March 13. Numurkah Stock Sale. Tatura Special Horse Sale. Saturday, March 14. J. Sinclair's land, Arcadia. J. Alt's land, Nalinga. . ^Tatura Pig Sale. Monday, March 16. Undera Stook Sale. Tuesday, March 17. . Shepparton Cattle Sale. Thursday, March 19. Tocumwal Stock Sale. D...

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

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Shepparion news Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. THURSDAY, MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

Shepparion tttws Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. THURSDAY, -MARCH 5. The following cases of non vaccination of children wore dealt with in the Court of Petty Sessions on Tuesday, be fore Mr R". Knight. P.M. Con stable C. C. Gardner v. E. Brooks, fined £2. Senior-con stable Kennedy v. Henry Gawne, Defendant appeared and admit ted, that the child was not vac cinated. He said he had no ob jections to vaccination, but sev eral certificates had beon given arid he understood the last one was a proper one. Senior-con stable Kennedy agreed to an ad- j journment for three months on payment of costs. : The case was adjourned for 16 weeks with oosta. , . The Rev. J. \V. Thomas haaj returned from his holidays, I which were spent in Tasmania, j The trip over the "silver streak" was, possibly, the least enjoy able of his experience, as. to use his own words, he had to take his "gruel" lying down. The "tight little island" is in a rather deplorable condition ow ing - to the long-continued...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Anglican—II Sunday in Lent.— St. Augustine's, Shepparton, 8 a.m., Holy Communion; II a.m., Holy Eucharist and Sermon ; 7.30 p.m., Evensong and Sermon. " Parablo of the Lost Sheep, No. 2 The Rector. Alt Saints' Village Set tlement 3,30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon. Mr Metoalf. St. Petor's, Arcadia. 11 a m., Matins and Sermon.—Rev. Sherris. Tollygaroopim 11 a.m. St. Johns ; 3 p.m, Katandra ; 7.30 p.m., St. Luke's.—Rev. A. U. Horner. Presbyterian.—Shepparton. 11 and 7.30 Rev Goo. Paul. Pine Lodge 11, Shep parton Rust 3, Shepparton Estate 7.30— Mr A. J. Eipper. Baptist Churoh.—Shepparton 11 and 7.30—Rev. J. W. Thomas ; Karratnomus 2.30, Mr A. A. Barrington. Methodist.—Shepparton 11, Rev. Phil lips ; 7.30, Rev. Millikan. Mooroopna 11, Rev. Millikan; 7.30, Mrs -Long. Tallygaroopna 3, Mr. Potts. Caniambo 2.30, Mr Frederick. Pino Lodgu 3 Rev. Millikan; 7.30, Rev. Phillips. Tank Cornor 11, Mr Potts. Congupna 3, Mr Graham. Grahamvalo 3, Rev. Phillips. Salvation Army—7 a.m. prayer...

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LAURENCE STERNE "ALAS! POOR YORICK!" [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

- LAURENCE STERNE j ".ALAS! POOR YORICK!" :%-Two'-hundred years ago to-day, Lau rence Sterne, the Immortal author ol "The. Sentimental Journey" and "Tris tram; Shandy,'" was born at Clonmel. and the event is to* be commemorated this, evening by a dinner at' the Authors' Club. Mr Andrew Hope Haw kins will preside, and Mr Kdmund Gosse Is to bo the principal guest (says the "Westminster Gazette" of November 84). • Although Sterne was born in Ire land, there was. nothing. Irish In his connections or descent; and Jt wqb solely owing to - the fact that his father, who was an army officer, hap pened to be stationed there with his regiment in 1713 that his distinguished son first saw the light of day in the Emerald Isle. ■ On the other hand, tiie family v.-as essentially English, end «for genera tions had dwelt in Yorkshire. Sterne's great-grandfather was in his day an eminent divine, and rose to the posi tion of Archbishop of York. In 1718 the family returned to their native county, and wi...

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THIS FORMULA REALLY MAKES HAIR GROW. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

THIS FORMULA /REALLY MAKES HAIRiQROW. Some time ago I read in a paper a formula for a prepara tion which'was claimed to (lus troy the dandruff germ and to strongly stimulate the hair growth. In spite of the fact that I had already Ntried many pre parations without benefit, and my hair was thin and falling out very fast, 1 decided to give the formula a'trial. Accordingly [ got my ohemist to put me up' |:3 ounces of 'Bay^Rum. i ounce of Lavona do Gomposee, and 1 dram of Menthol Crystals, and applied it regularly every morn-' ing and night, rubbing carefully into the soalp with my finger tips. Much to my delight and astonishment the intolerable itching ceased;with the first ap-' iJllCULiUU, lUWUUUUlUU UlDttu poared, the falling out of the nair stopped • completely, and by Ihe time I'had. used four bot-. ties I had a .finer, loitgeiv and ! more luxuriant growth of hair than I ever ihad ;before. I ihave since recommended this formula^ to many-:of-fmy friends 'with, .equally wonderful res...

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

I Not Worth While. It 1b certainly not worth while for anyone to endure Buffering which can bo avoided. Pain is really a drain on vitality. It is impossible for .anyone who Buffers from pain to be as ef ficient as if pain were absent. A large a number of people, however, go through life, afflicted with ailments which do not incapacitate them from performing their duties, but whleh decidedly pre vent. them from doing their best. Rheumatism, -gout, lumbago, sciatica, neuralgia, blood disorders, anaemia, indigestion, biliousness, sick-headache, general debility, gravel, stone and .bladder troubles are complaints which afflict many of us, and which are gene- ; rally caused 'by retention of tirio and biliary poisons in the system owing to defective action of the kidneys and . liver, and which would disappear if the kidneys' and liver properly per- ; formed their functions. Warner's Safe Cure Is . a kidney, and liver remedy, which has been successful In-so many cases that sufferers froman...

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FAREWELL TO MESSRS. WM. AND EDWARD DICKSON. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

FAREWELL TO MESSRS. WM. AND -EDWARD1 DICKSON. ' On Saturday, quite a repi'esen tative" number of gentlemen met [to bid farowgll to twohighly/re spected young meii, Messrs. W. and E. Dickson,- who are leaving i Uridera to take up land at Gil gandra, New South Wales. Cr.i Robert Stewart occupied the chair, and had the guests of the evening on .his right. . The chairman briefly oxplai-; ned the reason of their meeting' aether. After the toast .of "TheKirig" that of "Our Guests" was pro posed. The chairman regretted fhefacstthatiJJaderanms^aliout m w w«e. twor,mQre of;i48,-»wal)red and born. muqg^aii jttwojyoung •' men of whom^any-countryooula tetiisfflsa pot offer .inducements. to .such men as these to -remain within hpr boundaries. .Messrs. Dick- '• son were . going ; to ; New < South i Ay ales, a jState ,iha(, .- had ^gained a igreat number, ofVictocians-and he thought Victoria ought4o <do I something to .stop thisZdrift. ;At • the present time »she was wel- ' c...

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SISTER'S GOOD NEWS £23,000 FOR FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

SISTER'S GOOD NEWS £23.000 FOR FAMILY. Seeincr from an advertisement that Information was wanted of her family by a firm of solicitors at Worcester (says "The Dally Mail"). Mrs Turner, of Blackpool, communicated - with them an>i found that a great-aunt died twenty-five years ago at Wor cester, leaving her fortune to her next of-kin. This was Mrs Turner's father, who predeceased the great-aunt. _ Assured that the fortune remained for her , and her brothers, she paid them a surprise visit and told them tho good news. The fortune, which was originally £13,000, now amounts, with accumulated interest, to £23,000. Tliti brothers who will share it with Mrs Turner are : Mr George "Wall, gardener, Station road, Codsall, Staffordshire. Mr Thomas Wall, malster, employed] at a Wolverhampton brewery. Mr John Wall, a gardener, of Wol verhampton road, Codsall. A fourth brother, Mr James Wall, has not been heard of since the Boer war. The "Share of the four brothers and the sister will amount to...

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CHEF'S MASTERPIECE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 March 1914

CIIEF'S MASTERPIECE Epicures all, but not all gourmands, assembling- in strong- force at the (Royal Adelaide Gallery Gatti's, Strand, on Saturday, when the Ie Diner Saint For tunat, organised throughout the world, and held the same evening in 127 cen tres, under the auspices of Le Camet 1 d'Epicure and the Ligue des Gour mands, was celebrated. The menu was almost exactly similar to that of last year, but a special dish was that of sucUlng pig stuffed with chestnuts, bar ley, and liver, with sauce of goose berry and horse-radish. This was pro nounced by the epicures as the piece de resistance of the evening, and the chef was highly complimented upon his ex cellent serving. The menu was pre cisely as was being enjoyed by members of the League assembled In other cities in the world. Father, teaching his six-year-old son arithmetic by giving a problem to his wife, begs his son to listen. Father: Mother, if you had a dollar and I gave you five more, what would you have? Mother (replying ...

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