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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

PERSONAL.. I Mr 0 Kellow, soar., of Cosgrove, who was operated on for appendicitis at the MLooroopna Hospital, by Dr J W Flor eance, is now improving in health, Mr J A Alexander, farmer, of North Mooroopna (brother-in-law of Cr J D Mitchell), who underwent an operation for appendicitis, is now making good improvement. Mr H B Oonboy, of tho Ararat post ofilee, has beeon'appointed to succeed Mr EL Budds as postal assistant at Shep. partcn. Mr Conboy is expected here on Saturday; and Mr Budds is proceeding to Queensland on promotion. At the conc'usion of the eBorvice at the Methodist Church on Sunday cvonirg last, the Rev and Mrs W A Millikso, who, are leaving for Echoes, were presentc with a hand some travelling rog and silver cakodish and afternoon tea tray. Mr 0 Palling in making the presentation, remarked on the ability displayed by Mr Millikan in d.livering his sermons. Owing to tho. timeno being so limited before bis departure, it was decided to make the presentation on that oven...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

BEREAVMENT CARD.     Mr H. E. S. Bird and Family desire to Sincerley Thank their many friends for kind expressions of sympathy, cards   and floral tributes received during their recent sad bereavement. PUBLISHED MONDAYS & TUESDAY. THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1914.

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JOTTINGS FROM DOOKIE: [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 16 April 1914

JOTTINGS FROM DOOKIE; [From Our Own Correspondent]. Concerning the constructing of the Dookie-Devenish railway: Now that the ball has been set rolling it seems that the Government will receive some tor- ment until their answer be received whether it be yes or no. Mr Thos Smythe, secretary of the Yabba North Farmers Union has been instructed to issue notices to many places throughout this district drawing the attention of the fact that a monster meeting will be held at Dookie (date unfixed), concern- ing this proposition, and at the same time asking each centre to appoint its delegates. Dookie lost no time in appointing its represencativos. At the meeting of the H and P Society on Saturday evening Mesers Jas Lamrock, C. A. Forer, J Barzen and H McPartland were chosen to represent Dookie. The annual meeting of the Dookie H and P Society was held at the Dookie Hotel last Saturday evening when there was a large gathering of members. The rough balance sheet showed that the Society was on...

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COURSING. NORTH-EASTERN DISTRICT DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 20 April 1914

COURSING. !1 :NORTH-EASTERN D1STRIOT DATES. Tho following dates have been allotted for coursing meetings in the North Eastern district during the ensuing season : Euroa-June 8, July 4, August 8, September 5. Kyabram-June 4, July 1 and 2, August 6, September 3. St James-May 29, June 26, July 81. Doohie-July 29. M?anfield-May 23, June 20, July 18, August 15, September 12. Cobram-June 3, July 8, August 26, Ysbba North-July 15. .lurchiaon-J une 27, July di, August 1 and 29, September 12. Tatura-May 27, Juno 16, July 22 and 23, August 25. Nagambie--July-10, August 20. E!more-May 20, June 17, July 8 and 9, August 19, September 9, Katamatite-Jude 18, July 23 and 21, August 20. Shepparton-May 13, June 10, July 14 and 15, August 11 and 12, Sep tember 9. Benalla--June 3, July 7 and 8, August 4 0, and 26.

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AN EASTER SERMON. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 20 April 1914

p ? -.?5? ._A ?---< -. A EASTER SERMON. B7 PASTOR RPSSELL Text: Th a :e d on . ou at .d ca:tiity ca ptive: thou ha -.: a?,:'. he Lord God m _:; d;-eJ.: am::-- C~.-.' P.-m ixv;;:, 1i-s"? Pas:r Rn _-e. d":cared that o.,, 'f 'the eri-'us errore engpatte-d into the Ch-:tia-1 a rr it: " ts su-pposition that Jesus it- ie a rnn n heaven. He declared that this h-i. s s helped to turn away many ir.m the faith in the premillennial return of Christ and the establishment of his intdom for blessing the world, a the Bib'.e deeares. Many Christians perceive that a iomiised reign of Christ in the fle-h e;ou!d be far inferior to a spiritual rei:t. anti hence the general rejection of all fai:u in the sec-ond coming of Christ and hi mr.ennial kingdom. He pointed out that most Catis.:an firmly beiiese that Jesus was a -pi:it Le ing before he was "made flesh, and irel: amon; us." All believe also that a sp:::t Le'nz i of a higher order than a humra being, a~nd that Jesun made a g'ea: stoop wh...

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EUROA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 20 April 1914

EUROA SHIRE COUNCIL. Present :-Crs Chanter, Webb, Bunci man, Nagle, Platt, Carkeek, Nichols, Armstrong, Morgan, Hoare. COP.RE sPONDECE. The Treasury forwarded account for £231, being annual payment unaer Licensing Act. From same, re H Tocknott's appli cation to purchase part of Challenger street, Euros, stating that the proposed reduction in width of street under notice cannot leagally be sanctioncd. - Rs ceived. State Rivers and Water Supply Commission requested particulars re garding land held by T W Kay, of Arcadia East.-Attended to. Frcm same, notifying that a petition had been lodged by csrtain residents of Euroa district, objecting to the Council's appl.cation for hcenso to divert and store water on the Seven Creeks, also enclosing copy cf regulations. I Trimble, drew attention to the bad state of the roadway and crossing near her premises in railway-street, and asking that attention be given to same. Left to town riding.members and the engineer REPORTS, The treasurer reported...

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UNDER THE CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 20 April 1914

UNDER THE CLOCK. Fouaru PAGE.-Ou page 4 will be found-Rev Millikan at Echuoa, Tunga mah and Euroa Shire Councils, An Easter Sermon (by Pastor Russell), Brevity Bureau, etc. LAND IN SHEPI'ARTON.-On Saturday afternoon at their office in Wyndham street, Messrs J M'Namara and Co. (uder instructions from Mr A F Tan ner), submitted at auction properties in the estate of the late Mrs S Tanner. They consisted of Lot 1-53ft land, with house, in Nixon-street (close to Wynd hamestreet), occupied by Mrs Hender son. Lot 2-66ft land, with house, in Maude-street (next to Methodist Church), occupied by Mr Williamson. There was a good attendance of buyers, and eventually the Maude-street pro. perty was passed in at £370; and the Nixon-street property at £390. THE RE-BiUenLDnc.-Mr J. D. Mit cheil (who has received the contract from Mr W. Furphy) hopes to complete in three months' time Weidenbaoh's Big Cash Store, in Wyndham-.street. The building, both in design and dimensions, is to be exactly like t...

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KIALLA EAST. PRESENTATION TO MISS BISHOP [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 20 April 1914

KIALLA EAST. PRESENTATION TO MISS BISHOP (From Oar Own Correaponden:). The head teacher, Mits Bishop (of Seymour), who took charge here two years ago, has resigned her position with the Education department, on account of her approaching marriage, and ceased 0uty on Thursday, 9:h inst. The parents of the scholars thought that some recognition of her services should be made, and Mr J Allan, Mrs TAhern, and Mrs W Bogeroon set to work, and on Monday afternoon, the 6:b, the parents, also the chairman and corres pondent of the school committee, as eembled previous to .the school being dismissed. The chairman of committee took charge for the time beijg, end called upon several of the scholars to render recitations, and also addressed the scholars? remarking that Miss Bishop had tried to do all in her power whilst in charge of the school, to further the interests and advancement cf those placed in her charge. During their last two examinations one scholar had gained the merit and three sch...

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METHODIST QUARTERLY MEETING. THE MEMBERSHIP AND THE FINANCES. ARRANGING FOR THE CENTENARY CELEBRATION. NEW PARSONAGE FOR MOOROOPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 20 April 1914

METHODIST QUARTERLY MEETING. THE MEMBERSHIP AND THE FINANCE S. ARRANGING FOR THE CEN. TENARY OELEBRATION. NEW PARSONAGE FOR MOOROOPNA. The usual quarterly meeting of the Shepparton Methodist circuit was held in the Shepparton Church on Wednes day let inet, when there was a good attendance of representatives. The Rev W A Millikan presided, and wasee supported by the Rev H P Phillips. Memberehip was returned the same as last quarter. Income for the quarter, £194 1s 93; expenditure, £187 5s 4d, thus paying off the current overdraft of £33 7s id, and carrying forward a credit of £23 9s 4d, which will be usneed towards reparing and replenishing the Shepparton parsonage. It was resolved to try and secure a church site on No it Settlement. Retiring collections for Sunday School department and Scrip ture campaign to be taken June -7th.' Reports from Suniday Schools and Christian Endeavor oeccities were esat. isfactory. Committees were appointed to arrange centenary meetings during the year....

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TUNGAMAH SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 20 April 1914

TUNGAMAH SHIRE COUNCIL. -4-- Preesent-Cc . J Byan (president), Stokes, Wadeson, Fell, Muiquiney, Whitty, Cummins, Hodge, 'Ford, D Ryan, Deagan and Kelly. CCaExtPONDENCE. From Constable P.amsay, Meredith, tendering his resignation as inspector of nuisances and slaughter yards at Kats matite. - Accepted, and Constable Fowles appointed in his place. Cob. Sram Waterworks Trust stated that it hal decided to accept council's offer to pump water by electric power, and was prepared to pay £110 per annm for five years for the service.-Engineer to prepare agreement for signature. Tetmeeos. RBe-forming, loaming and clayinog sandhill E and W road between John O'Brien's properties, Cobram.-Fresh tenders. -Cleaning streets, township of Cobram for twelve months.-P O'Connor, £59. BE'oore. The secretary reported that as the last valuation was taken four years ago, the council should consider if a fresh valuation was neceessary. Crs Wadeson and Stokes moved that a fresh valnation be made. Cr Cummins ...

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TUNGAMAH WATER TRUST The monthly meeting was held at the conclusion of the council business. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 20 April 1914

TUNGAMAH WATER TRUST The monthly meeting was held at the conclusion of the counlcil business. CORRESPONDENCE. P Bourke, Tungamah. telated that be had been paying water rates for a number of years on lot 1, section 27, township of Tungamah, without any benefit, the main not being extended far enough west to admit of wate being laid on. He asked fora refund of the amount so paid, also an exemption from further payments until the defect was remedied.-Bates to be refunded on production of receipts. ENGINEhs'S BEPORT, Owing to the continued dry weather, the water in the Tungamah supply tank gave out, and it became necessary to have the supply at back of weir pumped into the tank. A supply of water is at present being sent down the Boossy Creek to -St James, and has already reached St James township.-Approved. GENERAL BUSINESS. By Coams Cummins and Ford, that engineer arrange for a supply of water to be sent down the Yabba channel as soon as possible. - Comn Cummins and Ford, that care ta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 20 April 1914

Professional Nurses throughout Australasia TESTIFY TO AND RECOMMEND CLEMENTS TONIC Ir / NURSE ENDRES, of Burbon Street, Bundaberg (Q.), writes: "I was so ill I longed for the hour when I would be at peace." Read her letter: CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " Until two years ago I followed my profession of- LADIES NURSE, fesidiog then at Mt. Perry. Overwork brought on a TOTAL COLLAPSE OF MY NERVOUS SYSTEM. I was treated by several doctors, but g rew worse, and became so low and suffered so much that I despaired of ever '°being well again: in fact, ONE DOCTOR SAID THE END WAS VERY NEAR; and, indeed. I ONLY LONGED FOR THE HOUR WHEN I WOULD BE AT PEACE. A friend, who was most per sistent in her efforts; f.nally made me try Clements Tonic. AND IT PROVED MY SALVATION. Four bottles saw me up and about, and now, although well advanced in years. I am strong and active. and well able to look aotter the business I have. I ATTRIBUTE THAT ENTIRELY TO CLEMENTS TONIC. AND WOULD BE PLEASED IF YOU WOULD MAKE USE...

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QUESTIONS ANSWERED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 20 April 1914

QUESTIONS ANSWERED. Where can I buy good Boots and Shoes? At Marsball's. Whose stock is largest from which to choose? H Marshall's. t Where areo prices reasonable sad goods well proved? At Marshall's. 1Vhosraehop is jast in front of sheppar ton "News ?" -'H Marshall's. Orders and Repairs sspecialty,

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REV. MILLIKAN AT ECHUCA. WELCOMED BY THE CONGREGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 20 April 1914

REV. MILLIKAN AT ECHUCA. WELCOMED BY THE CONGRE. GATION. The member of the Methodist Church of Echuces and distr:ict on Wednesdiay night extended to their newly-appointed minister, the Rey WA Milihkan, a mot hearty-welcome. The Sunday-school hall was well filed with church ad herents and visitors. An apology was] received from the Rev J C Herring (Church of England), who was ill. Tue choir rendered an anthem, and songs were ung by Mr W L Wright and Mrs Dange.rfield. S The chairman (Hr E Berryman), after happy introdustory remarks, on behalf of the cocgregation tendered a moo;=thearty welcome to Mr and Mrs Miilik?n. He believed fro m all he had heard of their new minis:er, that he was a fervent worker in God's service. Mr J J Cunningham :aid that itiner sanry was principle cf their church ministry. The Rev F Jlly in his way had done good serv-ice, but a change of thought and teachina had now come to theon, and he t.rooted full thea Mr Mallikan would be well able to speak to them the ...

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ADDRESS TO YOUNG PEOPLE. "CHARACTER VERSUS CIRCUMSTANCES." [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 20 April 1914

ADDRESS TO YOUNG PEOPLE. BY REV. GEO. PAUL, "CHARACTER VER;U3 CIRCUM BTANCES." In the Presbyterian Church, Jryers street, last evening, in the presence of a largo congregation, the Rev. G. Paul delivered an interesting address to Young People, the subject being, "haracter and Circumstances." He took as his text, Daniel In, 18-" Be it known unto thee, 0, King, that we will not serve thy gods, nor worship the golden image which thou has set up." Having referred to the Babylonian kingdom when it was at the height of its glory ; the power wielded by its tonarch,Nebuchadnazzar; and the great multi:udo which had assembled to wor idolatrously, the Rev. Mr Paul said : 1. These Israelites were true to their principles, in spite of difficulties, and in the face of opposition. Often when men are placed in diflerent circum stances from those in which they have been reared and matured they. fall away from the principles that have been the recognised standard of their life; but these men were jus...

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EXEMPTION OF JURORS. AT SHEPPARTON CRIMINAL SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 20 April 1914

EXEMPTION OF JURORS. AT SHEPPARTON CRIMINAL SITTINGS. William P W\Vest, manager, Shoppar ton Butter Foactory, did not answer to his name at the Shepparton Criminal Sittings on Thursday, before Acting bChief Justice Sir Thomas A'Beckett. H A Fisher stated that Easter time was the only period when Mr West could take his annual holiday; but he had not taken it for five years. On the present occasion he thought he might combine business with pleasure during Show week at Sydney. His Honor accepted the explanation, and excused Mr West from attendance. W D M'Lennan, of Mooroopna, re presented Henry Burge, farmer of Toolambs, who he said was away in Sydney, on a holiday. Mr Burge was excused from attend ance. John Chapman, farmer, of Sheppartor, forwarded a letter, asking to be excused from attendance on the jury; as he had important business to transact. His Honor said that he could not take notice of such a letter. A mere statement, " I yave- important busi ness to do and cannot attend," ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 20 April 1914

Sales at Shepparton Corporation Yards. CATTLE ... APRIL 23 SHEEP ... ......APRIL 21 PIGS ...... ... MAY4 SALE FIXTURES FOR APRIL & MAY. Tuesday, April 21 Shepparton Sheep Sale Thursday, April 23 Tatuca Stock Sale Tallygaroopna Stock Sale Saturday, April 25 Tatura Pig Sale Monday, April 27 Dookie Stock Sale Slurchison Stock Sale Tuesday, April 28 Shepparton Cattle Sale Monday, May 4 Yobha North Stock Sale Shepparton Pig Sale - Wednesday, May 13 Nalinga Stock Sale SIIEPPARTON. Furnitur8, Works of Art, Curios, Bric-a-Brat, &o, SSaturday, April 25th, 1914. M ESSRS PECK, SONS & BIGGAR, under instruc tions from ROBIN CUSSEN, ESQ, will sell at their rooms at 1.30, the whole of his effects, comprising bedroom and parlor furniture, beds,.linos, mate, ferns, golf sticks, oil paintings, art curios, carvings, bric-a-brac, prints, photographic studies, post cards, etc. This collection is emall, but well chosen, and contains some of the best known works in the world, A rar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 20 April 1914

NOVELTIE-S OR AUTUEVIN " 9 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 SATURDAY, APRIL 4th, 1914, and following days. EVERY DEPARTMENT offers a most comprehensive variety of NEWEST IMPORTATIONS. Your visit of inspection is cordially invited. . / ,ILLER & c.- THE, / .?LLER STRE .' . , !.* SH ? -. . _..PP A: . . . ..T--.N... ROWE & CO. WIINTER DISPLAY, Saturday, 4th April, See our Windows. Cream Separator Skims Clean and Sa Child can turn it If you want results rather than / cheapness in first cost you must use a MELOTTE. It costs nothing // for repairs; needs little oil, is a per feet Skimmnier, easy to turn and can be kept sweet and clean without the least trouble. That over 250,000 are in daily use in English speaking countries alone is proof of this-ask any user for further proof. T. Robinson &_ Go. Pty. Ltd. Spotswood, Melbourne MA UtACTUiER...

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PREMIERS' CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 20 April 1914

PREMIERS' CONFERENCE. THE Premiers' Conference has done considerably more than was expected; as much, perhaps, as: lay in its power to accomplish. e ]t has approved of a proposal; which, if carried out, will makd. an end of costly and vexatious competition between banks fin anced by the taxpayer ; it has re ferred the big question of a uniform railway gauge to the Inter-State Commission, a body better fitted than any other to deal with it; it has advanced the State debts probldm a stage. Certain of the members attending the Con ference have agreed to a scheme for the ultilisation of the Murray waters, and the ending of disputes as to riparian rights. Ignoring all that was done as regards less im portant matters, this is a fine record, and the work done is a tribute to the tact and conciliatory spirit displayed by Federal Min isters. As certain prominent members of Victoria's State Party were rash enough to speak of the Premiers' Conference as a fifteenth Australian Parliament, it ma...

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THE GOVERNOR GENERAL'S SPEECH — AND DOUBLE DISSOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 20 April 1914

THE GOVERNOR GENERAL'S SPEECH - AND DOUBLE DISSOLUTION. THROUGH the Governor General's speech, for which they are respon sible, Ministers have hurled a di rect challenge to the Opposition. As to the policy which they have pursued since they took office, the friends of Mr Cook and his col leagues may differ, as friends do whatever course those in authority adopt; But all Liberals, no matter what their own possessions or in terests, will admit that Ministers deserve the credit given to those who having put their hand to the plough, refuse to look back. As soon as Labor made it clear that it would.not allow the Parliament, elected in 1913, to do any useful work, the Government devoted its energies to the one great end, the securing of a double dissolution at the earliest possible moment. Every service which Liberals do Australia strengthens their claim on the electors, and so, from the Opposition standpoint, is an evil. The position is absurd, and, if Mr Cook has his way, the electors ...

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