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WEDDING BELLS. SMITH—NORTON. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

WEDDING BELLS. SMITH-NORTON. A wedding which causned more than usual excitement in bhepparton was so'emniesd at the Maude-street Method. ist Church yesterday, when Miss Carrie Norton, second daughter of Mr and Mrs Chas Norton, of "Coomboone," Knight. etre3t, Shepparton, was married to Mr Robert T Smith, of High street, son of Mrs A Smith, of Drummond-street, Carlton. The bride, who is well known throuth out Sheppar:on aedMooroopna districts, is exceedingly pcpular, as also is the bridegroom, consequently the church was crowded to its fullest capacity by friends and acqusintances. At the gate entrance to the church door a carpet had been placed down for the bride to walk on, while the interior of the building had been most beautifully deooratrd. An archway of flowers and evergreens was erected in the centre aisle leading to the altar rails; in front of the rostrum imwmdiately above where the bridal COUplI wero D sLOana, a Deauttully and prifcctly made wedding bell bad been fix.2i, to...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

TOLL4ICCO Sold is 2 as. and 4 a=. (actuasiwoqisi) Plugs, w a Cut Doub~ -ha la., lCinca dainty 5l1retd .~~ 'vim " 4 . A joyfor ever' ECZEMA. Mrs. ELIZABETH ROBINS. of 256 Gouger Street. Adelaide. S.A.. writes the story of her terrible suffer ings. 24/12/12. Eight years she was a martyr to the ago=yof Eczema. until she receired relief from the almost ceaseless pain of this aewil amiction through the use of 2LEMENTS TONIC able letter by SIrs Rot?nis is e-idence --iritse of hee geatitd.,.aad jt iste + ?OOf tant is cases whe-et beblood is isoysre sadt shtt tieaseiin tensifi-d by this ce.-dition. the blood bssifyinK powers of Clements Tonic are rapidly earted CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "Teour medicine has bees a great blessing to a. I sfnfered with Eczema for eight years ; -my legs were swelles to as awful size asd corned with watery blisters that would keep ca breaki?g. All thattime I vwas y fined to my hotme, never being out except when takes to the kspital, They declined to take me in and pr...

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LIST OF PRESENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

LIST OF PRESENTS, Bridegroom to Bride, set of furs Bride to Bridegroom, office iron safe Bride's parents, houselinen, cheques Bridegroom's parents, art statuary Mr and Mrs C W Norton, statuary .Mr and Mrs E A Norton, silver sugar scuttle Ms ai r Mrs R H Cook, chrquoe Mr and Mrs F L Norton, dinper set Mr and Mrs Goo II Norton, ohequo Mr and Mrs Jos T Norton, ivory handle silver oako knife Miss Ethel Norton, leather handbaeg Mr Ted Smith, operguo Mrs and Mise Edes, aunt nnd cousin of bridegroom, silver afternoon tea eorvice' groom, 'set of jogs Miss Irene ana Clarence Norton, crumb brush and tray Mr and Mrs Jas Burkett, cheque Mrs W Sellwood, chequie Mr and Mrs F Savage (sister of bride groom), oak pedestal Mr and Mrs Thomas, Maryborough, hot ,vater kettle and stand Mr and Mrs H Sellwood, jam dish and spoon Mr J SollwoodCoghill's Creek, chlequ3 MIr and MIrs Smith, Ballhrat, tray Cloth Mr and Mrs M'Lennan, Marungi, obhque iMr and Mlisses "J'/n?nrn. ch-noa dir and Mrs G Thompson, clock ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

W IN TER .FA.SHIONS AT !A. J.AMESI. FAIRLEIYS' S .HOW DAYS:........ Saturday, 21st, Monday, 23rd, Tuesday, 24th. Special Window and :Indoor Display on Friday:Evening, 20th inst, at 7.30. It is with genuine _pleasure we invite you to our Opening Display of the Latest and Newest for Autumn Wear. Our reputation for exclusiveness and individuality is something we guard very carefully, and never before have we made such an elaborate and extensive showing in all the Latest Novelties. JAMES kIlL YS' . .. ..s -, . !.I Here's the Solutiou n TO THAT ... V..-- 12 Wedding I . Gift ' Problem Time and again I yo.u'vebeenpuzzling h your head about what to give for that present. i Your answer lies I In the Superb Stock I of Wedding Presents here-Ideal and ac. 4 ceptable gifts marked at Economy Prices. Here-are a Few Very . FExquisite Jewels Special Values Our Extensive Stock portrays the Latest Ideas in Jewellery of Exclu Latest Dsigs J Dishes sive Designs and Excellent Work smanship. We are displa...

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QUESTIONS ANSWERED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

QUESTIONS ANSWERED. Where can I buy good Boots and Shoes? At Marshall's. Whose stock is largest from which to choose ? H Marshall's. Where are prices reasonable and goods Swell proved ? At Marshall's. . %Vhoso shop is just in front of.8hoppar. ton "News ?" H Marshall's. Qcders and Repairs a'speeialty.

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CRICKET. CHURCHES' ASSOCIATION V VICTORIAN SUB-DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

CRICKET. CHURCHES' ASSOCI&TION-V VIC TORIAN SUB-DISTRICT. On Monday a match was com menced against a team chosen from eight clubs connected with the Victorian Sub-District Cricket As sociation. The team, which was touring the Goulburn Valley under the auspices of the Victorian Cric ket Association in an effort to pro mote the interest in cricket, came by drag from Kyabram, where it had in a match on Good Friday and Saturday put up the formid able score of.431 against the-local team's 119. The vi itors reached Shepparton at about 11 30 a.m, and decided to lunch before pro ceeding to the Rerceation Reserve, where play was started at 1 p.m., The manager of the team, -Mr H Ourwood (Footscray) and the cap. tain, Mr F Hyett (Brunswick) were pleased with the siza of the ground and its possibilities; they deeply regretted that a town like Sheppar ton should be so far behind Kyab ram as to be without a turf wicket. This they considered the first essen tial in the advancement of crick...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

Sales at Shepparton Corporation Yards. CATTLE ... APRIL 23' SHEEP... ......APRIL 21 PIGS ... ... ... APRIL S, SALE FIXTURES FOR APRIL & MAY. F:Eay, A;1 7 i Sm iy. A.-ý l 15- =`FA< M. --- s Te ac e: _? 1. L : ....&-VI?_e5r? --- e ki: i s:, - i a SD:z- Salle 559s C. s Ms:xl --gi5:: S' M- p:I.t E:r:k Sale Tatenrs P.. E.." T1:.h-^ S'-o:;: 5-Jo 2.-? . Dhepeon s e Sacc ' _xl~z --a So.--kC.-? M15:d.y, M_!y 4- 2r_ NII WezssMy13 Ndarirg Stock i :HEPPA4RTON. -_ Furniture, W'rSk (f Art,; Curios, Bric-a-Brae, &c, Saturdiy, April 2.5th, 1914. M E SSRS PL'_ R. N SO ý 11 BIG AR, na !-r IL- rc tiorc rrcrr FoG'1 C ssS L's I whole of ni cpi~n c1la Ii--'- an c1:. zar inz=.: oilcs: e priig .zýtzrp Tait c~ii-"'i;:or i-s ----ral. but well che=.:-n, a ;d c::i:= £;mi of the tbs-f=ctcW- k ,rL i, the world. Ariarecacsce :o receive at your own p:n-; an:rI-' " hich Mr Cn_ 6En ha-_ -eared in his :raT5;_ through the E-:. E.ypt, Italy, ±ranc- Gr-at B-ri'.in. &::. eryr;hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

MESSRS A. MILLER & CO. have much pleasure in announcing their OPENING SHOW of ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN NEW SEASON'S GOODS, .Which will be displayed on SATUR &i APRIL 4th, 1914, and following days. EVERY DEPARTMENT offers a most comprehensive variety -f "WEW IMPORTATIONS. Your visit of inspection is cordially invited. S-~SHE P ..PAR RTO N. R 0WE ? CO WIKY TER DISPLAY, Saturday, 4th April. See our Windows. gar The KNG Disc Plough Made In Set and Stump Jumpers The frame is all spring . steel. With one screw and cratik handle, the furrows may be widened or narrowed at will. Provision is made for adjusting the cutting angle of discs to suit variations of soil. Ploughs of four furrows and upwards are supplied with very wide tyres to prevent sinking in soft land. All levers easy and handy-to operate. Made in sizes from two to six furrows. The "KING" is the King of Disc Ploughs. T. ROBINSON & CO. Pty. Ltd., SPOTSWOOD, M.ELBOURNE Manufacturers of all Farnting Imple...

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SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

SUNDAY SERVICES. M`"._ .-Ee~pps ;:a. I1 smi 7, 1 R-?E E -S=h. 3M1::o rl , 1 aMr Lotg; T R-v Phi.H[p-_. ImpearooposJ 3 M: Ezi:i Cnsrimbo, 2S 0 Rv Cc:k. P ine L -y.. 3 "M: P llirng. TaLk C .1er. 1 _i: Ez:d. . ; il3. 1i R_=v haillps. Oczmgpn, $ R?_v Ph~i Lp-. PG shc-v'e.3 1 z' "::. &. -Sherpa . 11 a'c 7 !C- P -a- - 5- '. Re-v J W: Tm. E: 3 at::=u 2-33, 1: RBLive. Russ~zza:us,-Sh÷pp?.'zc-, ! 1 suB T; =-c C: -' C _r:: __ c." Circ. - Rtnees,':- Rer (G--o.re Ful. Pion£ t-' E:s:te : 0--: ' c Eippe:. -,arm,-.- Sund.y af:-~=~ Ena: St. Au-?.tne 5-- She~ppnon--? to. Ed.:y Coa n .un_; 11 5.=., Limpy ant S rmcn; 7 p.m., - ? :?Lzz and S"rm"n Th Rc :::. -, 1Sa£ nt', Vl. re Sa::le. mer:-8.o p.m., Erans.ng and Es: m '. 5. Pe :tr sAradia-1l a.m: .n'hs a n ? -ermn-aR-v D 5earria. Tay i?..?:pu-11 sa,., B:- Ju'na-; a pm., Ka?t?d:; 7.&J p.m, S: __ke - Ber A Htoner

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LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

LOCAL PRODUCOE MARKET. Butter (selling) is Id, is 4d Eggs (giving) is 2d Cheese (selling), 10d, is Bacon ,, is ld, 1s 2d Ham ,, Is 2d is 4d Wheao (giving) 8s 5&d Potatoes ,, 7s 6d Onions ,, lOs Bran ,, le.ld bus. Chaff (selling) £8 5 • Floor ,, 15s 3d Pollard ,, is ld COalfskin(giving) 5d to 63d lb Sheepskine ,, 4½ to 5& lb Hides ,, 4d 5d lb

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DOOKIE RACES AND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

DOOKIE RACES AND SPORTS. Brush Hurdle Race-R Biggar's Tragedy Queen 1, T FNoonan's Ginger Mick .2. Maiden Hack Race-R John's Inman 1, J French's Hopshot 2. Handicap Pony Race-J Lawless's Guidewing 1, F Forer's Gingernut 2, M M'Kinnon's Perpetual 3. Handicap Hack Racesoo-Mrs T Ryan's Hogan's Ghost 1, Mrs C Harris's Bonnie Musk 2. Handicap Novelty. Pony Race-J Lawless's Guidewing 1, R Biggar's Glen. vale 2. Handicap Trial Stakes-T Ryan's Hogan's Ghost 1, Ml'Namara's Black Flora 2. Farmers Gig Trot-J O'Shea's Belle 1, H Brown's Hector 2. Maiden Wood Chop-J Bell: Boys' Race -A Morris 1, B Chesseols 2. Girls' Raca-L Sim 1, K, Quinane 2.

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BUSINESS COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

BUSINESS COURTSHIP. An amusing case was once decided in a Frankfort police court. It ap pears that a cook, no longer quite young, was courted by a tailor some what younger than she. On Sun days, and occasionally during the week, the gallant lover was in the habit of taking his lady for extended promenades and visits to restaurants, where the latter always paid the ex penses. She also provided him re gularly with his supper. Presently, however, the awful truth was brought home to the cook that she was not the only friend on whom the man of the scissors and the need le lavished his affections. Nothing loth, she went to the nearest police court, suing the faithless one for all the expenses of the clandestine meals provided by her, and-all the money spent when "walking out" with him. The tailor, however, was once again too much for her. Instead of appearing before the tribunal a a repentant sinner, he came nto court with a long bill in his hand, on which was an account of the time lost ...

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Drew Too Well. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

Drew Too Well. A small crowd congregated in a suburban street, the object of attrac tion being a cabman with a jibbing horse. "Won't it draw, guv'nor?" In quired an old dandy with an eyeglass, who stood in the centre of the crowd. "Draw!" replied the cabman, who appeared to-.be somewhat irritated by the remark of every blessed fool in the neighborhood!"

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE SHEPPARTON CATTLE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

C00M 1EROIAL INTELLIGENCE SHEPPARTON CATTLE SALE. Short yarding of cattle forward on Tuesday to full attendance of buyers, several present from a distance looking for beef cattle. Good demaand for all classes, fat cattle being exceptionally brisk and shoawing an improvement on previcus good market from 15s to 20s per head. Total yarding only 322 head, including 82 in 'the fat pens, cheifly medium quality to inferior, odd pens of good steers and beifers, also odd good qcows. Qootations:-Good quality steers £10 l0s to £11 le, beefy steers £7 4s to £8, good cows £817s 6d to £0 2s 63, medium do £6 123 61 to £7 14-, light cows £5 103 to £5 193, prime heifers £7 lOs to £10, good heifers £5 ls to £6 ls, medium do 43 ils to £4 4s, prime vealers £4 4s to £5, good do 33s 61 to 42s, small do 223 to 203, bulls for truck. ing up to £5 10s, 21 to 8-year-old steers £4 2s to £5 is 6d, young steera 55s to 60s, 8-yr-old heifers £ 3.0 to £3 153, 2-yr-old bheifers 483 to 57s, store cows 55s to 75s, odd...

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DARAGLONG AND MURCHISON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

DABAGLONG AND MUROBISON RACES. The annual race meeting of the Dargalong and Murchison District Turf Glub was held on Easter Monday in splendid weather; £40 was taken at t?ie gates. Results: Maiden Plate,-D M'Namara's His Lordship (A Alder), 1; T P Cahill's Nenegh. (C Prince), 9; J P Keady's Jackstone( (A Whitlock), 3. Betting : 2 to 1 on His Lordship, 2 to 1 against Nenegh, 3 to 1 against Jacketone. Won easily. Trial Handicap,-R Biggar's Miss Willow (W Chalmers), 1; R Ferguson's Luickoff (C O'Reilly), 2; E Hayes's Waipa (A Pellow), 3. Chester Abbey, Ban Daisy and Miss Ga'es also started. Betting: 2 to 1 on Waipa, 3 to 1 against Miss Willow. Won by two lengths. A Pellow and C Prince, the riders of Waipa and Ben's Daisy, were each fined £1 by the starter for breaking through the barries. Easter Handicap, -- 3 J Roche's Chalmers (Chalmers), i; T Hogan's Maidland (Alder), 2; A and H M'Oon nell'a Rawbeile (O'Reilly), 8. Lady Mona (A Pellow) and Grandfinch (T J Taylor) also started. Betti...

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OLYMPIA. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT. WUNGHNU SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

OL YMPI A. IN THE ARENA OF SPORT; WUNOHNU SPORTS. The Easster Monday sports held at Wuoghnu proved a great success-olose on £40 being taken at the galbs. "All the events proved interesting, arid some exeitino finishes were witnessed. Messrs M A Dockery (presidect), and L A Dockery (secretary), with the assistance of a strong committee, worked splendidly throughout the day, and everything pased offsuccessfully. Result:: PEDESTRIAN EVENTS. TRIAL HANDICAP, 100yds. ist Heat: Thompson, 1; Evans, 2; 2nd heat: Kennedy. 1; Rose, 2. Final Thompeon, 1; Ross, 2. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, 130yde. Ist '-eat: W H Hawking, (ids, 1: ; T O'Connull, 14yda, 2;'2od heat A E Russ, 15yds, 1; J L Harding, 16yds, 2; 3rd hoal: A Kennedy, I5ydi, 1; H A Wilson, I4yds, 2; 4th htat: L Hawkins, 15ydj, 1; Sullivan 2. Semifinal--lt: Kennedy, I; O'Con. noll, 2; 2ad: Wilson. 1; Rose, 2. Final-A E Ross, 1; A Kennedy 2, H A Wilson 8. PARK HANDICAI, 220yde. J L Hearing, 24yds, 1; W H Hawking, 24yde, 2. " 75yds SPRIET HANDICA...

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SHEPPARTON CRIMINAL SITTINGS. BEFORE THE ACTING CHIEF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

SHEPPARTON CRIMINAL SITTINGS. " BEFORE THE ACTING CHIEF JUSTICE. Acting Chief Justice Sir Thomas A'Beckett presided at the Criminal Sittings at Shepparton to-day, With his Honor on the Bench was Mr Irvino Martin,the Sheriff: the judge's associate being Mr F G Robinson. Mr J A Gurner, Crown Prosecutor, conducted the casee.

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TALLYGAROOPNA WEST METHODIST CHURCH. ERECTION OF NEW CHURCH. LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE. CEREMONY BY MR HAMILTON COLDWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

TALLYGAROOPNA WEST METHODIST CHURCH. ERECTION OF NEW CHURCH LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE. CEREMONY BY MR HAMILTON COLDWEUL. SAfter having well served its purpose for a period of elose on 40 yoers, the old Methodist church at Tallygaroopna will shortly be euperseded by a hand some new brick building of pleasing de. sign and ornate appearance, which, under the skilful direction of Contractor T J Kettle, of Shepparton, is now resuming definite shape; the walls, all being built to the rcquired height, and rafters, etc.. are ready to receive the roofing and iron. As the church anniversary, was, as usual, to be held on Eseter Sunday and the tea meeting on the Monday, following,. the trustees of the 'church wisely decided on laying the foundation stone of the new bdilding also on Easter Monday, and this honor was conferred upon Mr Hamilton Coldwell, who is the only eurvivieg member of the ori ginal church committee, wnich was elected close on 40 years ago. It' was about 5 p.m. before prooee...

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A SERIOUS OFFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

A SERIOUS OFFENCE. Herbert George Wilson, aged 19, esur. rendered to his bail on a charge of having attempted to comm t s eeriou3 cflfnee at Dookieo: in September last, no specified date being given. Mr G. A. Maxwell (instructed by Mesrs Morrissy and Deane), appeared for the defence. Six of the jurors were challenged by the accused. Mr W W Wallis, of High street, was foreman of the jury. Ccnstab!e J N Slater, of Dookie, stated in cross-examination, that aceused bore in Dookie and district as fine a character as could be expected of any young man there. He had been at Wesley College, and his character from there was of a mcs esatisfactory nature. Mr Maxwell, in addressing the jury, referred in impressive terms to the la mentable position in which the accused was placed, after having these many years borne a most excellent character. This was a case in which the jury might consistently find him not guilty ar.d let him go free. He was not charged with having committed an offence, but w...

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HOUSEBREAKING AND THEFT TWO YOUNG MEN PLEAD GUILTY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

HOUSEBREAKING AND THEFT STWO YOUNG MEN PLEAD GUILTY. David Smith, aged 19, and Claude Davies, 20, noth laborerv, pleaded guilty to having on April 2id, at Mur chison Eas', broken into the dwelling of James Henry Monaghan, and stolen therefrom a sum of money, a gold ring, a pair of field glasses, some olothing, etc. The prisoners were arrested by Con stable. Duggan on the afternoon of the esnme day the offene was committed, wheon enraned at a bend of the Goulburn River at Arcadia. The whole of the stolen. property was recovered, except the gell ring. SSmith stated to-day that his last place of abode was at Glenrocwaa; Davies said he was born in Queensland, and was last working on board ship. The prisoners were remanded, and at a later period of the afternoon they were again placed in the dock, when his Honor said it was a very sad thing to see two young fellows likeo them in the dock to answer a criminal charge. It was their first offence; and ho did not desire to sentence them to a ...

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