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THE "DUSTY" ENCAMPMENT. LIGHTHORSEMEN UNDER CANVAS AT BROADFORD INSPECTION BY SIR IAN HAMILTON. VERY GRATIFYING RESULT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 March 1914

THE "DUSTY" ENCAMPMENT. LIGHTHORSEMEN UNDER CANVAS AT BROADFORD INSPECTION BY SIR LAN - HAMILTON. . VERY GRATIFYING RESULT. From 26th February to 5th March the 5th Brigade of Light Horsemen was in camp _ at Broadford. A touch of spice was lent to the manoeuvres by the presence of the Inspector-Gen eral of Oversea Forces, Sir Ian Hamilton and the Governor General, Lord Denman. - Local Troops. ■ The G. squadron of the 15th bight Horse Regiment was com posed of the Cobram, Numurkah, Tallygaroopna, Dookie and Shepparton troops under the command of Captain E. A. Greg ory. Cobram troop, which is a newly-formed"" volunteer force proceeded; to Numurkah on Wed nesday, 25th Feb., slaying over night. so as to entrain by the special which ran from there on. the Thursday. A splendid turnout of the Shepparton men awaited the arrival of the train, .while others were picked up at Mobroopna. Altogether thirty seven men of the local troop at tended. which number , leaves only one or two absentees to ...

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SHEPPARTON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. MONTHLY COMMITTEE MEETING. MR D. TREAHY'S RESIGNATION DONATES A GOLD MEDAL. THE PASSING BREEZE. "A BAREFACED LIE." [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 March 1914

SHEPPARTON AQMOULTURAL' SOCIETY; MONTHLY COMMITTEE MEET ING. MR D. TREAHY'S RESIGNATION ^DONATES A GOLD MEDAL. THE PASSING BREEZE. "A BAREFACED LIE." The monthly coinmil tee-meet ing of Shepparton agricuUur&l Society was held on Saturday, afternoon . at the secretary's office. The president" (Mr. J. M. M'Nabb) was in the chair, and there was a large attendance of members, including the two-vice presidents, Messi's. T. Roe and J. M. Phillips. Member's Resignation. Mr. David Trealiy wrote: It is with feelings of regret I have, to tender my resignation os a mem ber of your committee, having left your district that 1 have loved and lived in so long. I take this opportunity to tiiank you all for the many kindnesses accorded me during my long con neetion with your society, which dates from its infancy, i I00*1 back with pride to the first show held in the present show yards. I had the honor of winning first in the open hunters. In saying good-bye to you all. Mr. Byass, of- course,...

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CONCERNING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 March 1914

CONCERNING PEOPLE. Mr Elwood Mead, the chairman of the Water Commission, who as in San Francisco, will probably induce the authorities of the University of California to re lease him from his acceptance of the profesorship of rural in terests. In that case he will re sume his duties in this State in two months' time. Mr Mead, in a cable message, which was receiv ed on Thursday, by the Premier < (Mr Watt) states that he ex pects to obtain the decision of the university within a week. In the m- mtime he is investigating land settlement problems in America. Mr A. J. Eipper, assistant to the Rev Geo. Paul, Presbyterian minister, left this morning for the Heytesbury Forest,, where he has an important. engagement, to fulfil. He is tov be married: this week to Miss Covling, daughter of residents of that district. After the ceremony they will proceed to the New England district, New South Wales, where Mr Eipper's par ents reside. Mr Eipper will be absent about a month. Mrs E. J. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 March 1914

B! What Clements Tonic can do in !-'i restoring the nerves to Healthy power and making the weakened system strong. U A letter in point which is worth reading. ISj No. 6 Post Office Place, South Melb., 2/7/11. J CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " Your tonic is one of the quickest nerve and brain cures known. I tried : all kinds of doctors' medicines, and got -13 no relief as I have from your tonic. !$ I could not stand anyone talking to J* me, or the noise of the town traffic. I lost appetite and weight. I was that wealc at times a child could push me over. . I had to give up work. I lay hour after hour awake, now I can go to bed and almost sleep at once. My case was one of the worst I ever heard of. I thought I would never get well. -I can hardly believe the relief I have got from Clements Tonic. Nearly all those symptoms I told you of have left me, and two or three more bottles will make me strong, Eij Before this I was going twice a week L-; to the Melbourne Hospital, and many -S people were ...

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PRESIDENT M'NABB'S REFLECTION. HIS RETIRING SPEECH. PROSPEROUS FUTURE FOR DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 March 1914

PRESIDENT M'NAB&'S REFLECTION. HIS RETIRING SPEECH. s. PROSPEROUS. FUTURE FOR DISTRICT. President J. M. M'Nabb ended his term of office at Saturday's annual meeting of the Sheopar toii Agricultural Society. He thanked members for their cour tesy'and stated he had done all lie possibly could to I'ulft' the position to the best of his abili ty, and no man could do any more. During his term of office the debentures had ben floated and somewhere about £fl00 wor'h of improvements had bee.i car ried out. He hoped to take an ac tive part, with other members of committee, in carrying oul the remainder of the improve ments. When these were com pleted .they would have a show ground in keeping with the im portance of town and district. Ho referred to the greatly-increas ed settlement round the town, which meant a pospecous future for the districi. A few years ago when the land was bought for settlement a great doal was said about Government- value®. Numbers said the oriels were high, b...

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TUNGAMAH WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 March 1914

TUNQAMAH WATER TRUST. ■ j The monthly meeting of the , above was held' on Monday, March 2. The chairman (Com Fell) presided. Correspondence. J. Corriford. Youanmite, drew attention to state of fencing ' around the shire dam at .Youan mite known as James' dam, ; which ha;d been pulled down. The • .water; oil account, of wandering ; stock, is/unfit" for .use; As many , people will have to; use water from same, .he would like some- ' thing done to protect the dam. —Necessary repairs to be effect- i ed, and notice to be posted at dam warning people against des--1 troying fence in future. The same to apply to all shire.tanks. Finance. Accounts amounting to £108/ 6/2 were passed for payment. Rates. , Mr Timothy reported having collected rates during tne month amounting t0 £51/12/3, consist ing of £29/11/9 rural, £25/13 Urban, and £2/7/6 interest. The arrears outstanding to date are: Rural £120/9/7; urban £149/ 13/6. Total, £276/3/1. Engineer's Report. Mr T; ICelly, G.E., reported that dur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 March 1914

SALES fiT SHEPPBRTON COR • POEATIOm' YARDS. SHiiii'f ... ... MAKCliic CAi'lLE ... MAUGH ,17 PIGS ... ... MARCH 23 AUCTION 8ALES TO GOME. A USEFUL SUMMARY. Tuesday, Marph 10. Shepparum Sheep Sale. Wednesday, March 11. Nalinga Stock Sale. Thursday, March 12. Ivatandra Stock Sale, •i. Thomas's Clearing Sale, at Gowangardie. W. L. Thompson's Clearing Sale, Karrauiomus. Tatura Stock Salo. Friday. March 13. Numurkah Stock Sale. Tatura Special Horse Sale. k Saturday, March 14. J. Sinclair's land, Arcadia. J. Alt's land, Nalinga. Tatura Pig Sale. Monday, Maroh 10 Undera Sto^1' c ... —ming Sale Monday, March 23. Murchison Stock Sale. Monday, March' 30. Kialla Stock Sale. Date to bo Fixed. C. H. Hawkius1 suhdivisional Land Sale. In Maroh. P. Miechel's Clearing Sale at Tallygaroopna. E. liusking's Clearing Sale, at Waaia. Privately. Keast Morris & Miles, Carumbi Estate, Stockjnbingal. N.SAV., 30,000 acres in suitable lots. Boyd and Clark. Parkes, New South Wales, advertise some cheap p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 March 1914

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 March 1914

OBITUARY. Hi,. <k-a!U luok i'Uk-" "" Sat utdav afti'i'iiuiMi. under inex pressibly sail ciiTunislances, of Hfrln-rt Victor Sandy, 17 years '.*1 ape. youngest son of Mr John Swiy. pi'Stma-KT nl Kheiniar ton. lite i!,■ c<■ ;i_-• • <i hut was in the H'tvifi. ..)• Mil* rni.iti Hank »f Australia as junior clerk at Sheppurton. The first sign of ilmess was during Sunday night, "arch 1. 1ml thi*r<* was an im Kovi.-imTit mi Monday. when lie sufficiently recovered to con timie -his duties at the bank. , Durtntr (hi; afternoon, however, j had another had turn, and i "a;i i" k*«iV(. oiT work. He was tasen tn in- Gaze, who ordered > to bed as his temperature | «M very high. On Friday the 1 pijierature was almost normal, tot 'luring l'ridav ni^-bl he had pother bad attack. On Satur day mnrnins he was taken by Mr Geo. V. Furphy in his motor cai' to the Mooroopna hospital, rr,: it had been arranged. tcv ?; ?L.an operation for appenaici ;ls that afterno...

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Shepparion Rews Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY, MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 March 1914

Sftepparion Reios Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY, MARCH 9. Sheppartqn is an- uulovely town in many respects. This statement is not original; it has been repeated over and over again in the columns of the press, and is the stock subject of unflattering talk among ratepayers. It is not the fault of nature, however, which has favored it with many desirable advantages. The prox imity of the Goulburn River, with its varying scenery, and its banks well shaded with gum trees, gives it an undoub'ed superiority over many country towns. The extension of the irrigation system is turning what was once a dry and unattractive area, especially during the summer months. into an oasis of green lucerne and profitable orchards. Much remains to be done to give the town proper a handsome, up-to-date- appearance, i Some of the principal thoroughfares are well endowed with fine shops, while many citizens have adorned ihe outskirts cf the town with hand some private residences. But there i...

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KEY B SHARP. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 March 1914

KEY B SHARP. Rooked in the cradle of the deep. Buy H. Marshall's boots for they are cheap; They have quality and will cer . tainly'stand any test. One trial of a pair and I'm sure you'll say they are best —Opposite Shepparton "News." | In the Mirboo North police court on Tuesday . James Hill, farmer. Mirboo North, was char ged by R. H. Moore,; an officer of the Agricultural-department'with having sold cream to the local dairy company-without-a licence. Defendant, who>- admitted . the charge, was fined' 10s, with £2 costs. Hans Irvine's Australian winOs, both still and sparkling, have re ceived the Hall Mark of Boyal ap proval in. addition to . the many awards gained in .All puts of-.the. world. Hans. ,lrvine's Pure Onpe: Brandy U . distilled under Govern-' ment supervision, and ia one of the best of its kind in the markets Obtainable: .front Irvine arida Go., (sollins-streetji Melbourne^; Jat&rie and fife, teMlagaav.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 March 1914

A SIGNAL OF DISTRESS. Pain in the back is the kid ney's signal of distress. If this timely warning is ignored kidney diseases silently fastens its deadly grip—for kidney siokness first shows itself in pains and disorders in other parts, and the real cause is too often hidden until fatal Bright's disease or diabetes has set in. Suspect the kidneys if you are rheumatic and nervous, or have a lame back, painful, too frequent, or scanty urination, weak heart, dizzy spells, headaches, bloating,. or neuralgia. Doan's Backache Kid ney Pills have been curing lame backs and sick kidneys for years. The following endorsement is convincing :■— Mr Thos. Geo. Anderson, blacksmith, High-street, Rush worth, says:—"I had .trouble with my back for some time. There was a terrible pain just over the kidneys, which serious ly handicapped me at my work, as I could not move without suf fering agony. I was advised to use Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, so got some. They did me good right from the first dose,...

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THE COMPOSITION OF IRRIGATED AND NON-IRRIGATED APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 March 1914

THE COMPOSITION OF IRRI GATED AND NON-IRRIGATED APPLES. . The following extract is taken from the "Journal of the Board of Agriculture," London, and should prove of considerable in te.est to readers:— "It is generally believed that irrigated fruits are inferior to non-irrigated fruits as regards taste and power to resist the .various agencies which affect decay, and, in support of this be lief, it is frequently stated that the former contain abnormally high percentages of water, and consequently low percentages of dry matter, and are therefore de ficient in those compounds which determine the taste and body of the fruit. Although the quality of fruits may not be capable of determination from analysis alone, it would appear that, in so far as taste depends upon the presence of certain compounds, analytical data would be of ma terial service in the settlement of questions relating to quality. In the experiments described in this paper, the irrigated samples of apples were obtained fro...

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HIGH PRICES FOR MEAT. OPENINGS FOR THE FARMER [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 March 1914

HIGH PRICES FOR MEAT. OPENINGS FOR T11E FARMER While strike difficulties are contributing towards the pre sent high prises for meat, still these are not the only causes. Regularly every year there comes with the autumn season the in evitable meat scarcity, but the abnormally high prices the con sumers have to pay do not £0 into the pockets of the farmers. The exceptionally favored ,@w who are selling fat bullocks Tip to from £16 to £20 a head are raising the meat from the temporary effects of an ordin ary dry autumn season. The trouble is with a class of farm ers who are trying to follow the grass regime of the squatter. Australia is exceptional in being one of the very few countries in the world where stock can be fattened and sent to market off. the native grasses alone. This is one of the things that visitors from America and Canada find somewhat, difficult to understand In their country they inform you that the grass only raises the frame for carrying the meat, which has to he p...

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MR. J. FELS AS SINGLE TAXER. MILLIONAIRE AIDS REFORM. LAND MONOPOLY OPPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 March 1914

MR. J. FEL8 A8 8INGLE TAXEH MILLIONAIRE AIDS REFORM. LAND MONOPOLY OPPOSED. Mr John Fels, the millionaire. I who died recently in Philadel phia was a vigorous advocate of the . teachings of Henry George. He was a Jew, and his reputa- i fcion and influence had spread : throughout the civilized world. ' Small in stature, but endowed with remarkable business ability, combined with untiring energy and - indomitable courage, . he acquired immense wealth by taking advantage of the special privileges conferred by land monopoly and protective tariffs. Much of the wealth so obtained lie devoted to the abolition of those privileges and the attain ment of equal rights for all mankind. • Having become convinced of the truth of George's teachings and the practicability of their application to modern social conditions, he threw himself into the fight with characteristic ardor and devoted all the pow ers of his keen business intellect to the overthrow of social in justice. Recognising that the wor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 March 1914

1000 Samples ! e: OF 9 White UndeFoiear To be disposed of - » In a Few Days. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY! Being Traveller s Samples, they have been Purchased; at a Great Discount, and the Public are to receive the benefit. Make an Early Selection! At J. P. McLBNNAN'S Quality and Cheapness! •••••••• The Race for Cheapness—— Is Expensive to the Wearer. . . There are SUITS and SUITS.. . : • - - ; Factory-made SUITS lhat 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, with each, garment J specially built, which look well after 12 months' ; • wear. . . . . . ; • If you are after the latter . j MITTON I / • — Is Your Man 1 • Wyndftam_ Street - Shepparton. f Late David Wilson's Premises, Opp. Mechanics' institute. *

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PRESENTATION TO MISS THAIN. ENJOYABLE ALFRESCO FUNCTION. A FIRM'S ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 March 1914

PRESENTATION TO HII8S THAIN. ENJOYABLE ALFRESCO FUNCTION. A FIRM'S ENTERTAINMENT. A very enjoyable ovemng was spent at "Ingleside," the residence of Mrs'Fairley. on Friday night last, the oooasinn being tip far«oil to JJiBa Thain, a trusted em ployee of the firm of James Fairloys, who is leaving for a trip to the old country. 'I he whole of tho business ataff was pre sent to the number of about 60. The garden was beautifully decorated with festoons of fairy lamps, made possihle by the advent of eleotrioity in Shepparton. The night was perfect, and with the small tables and chairs dotted over the lawnB, the effoot was very pleasing. Ices and cool drinks and fruit were served during the evening. The orchestra play ed all the evening, interspersed with songs and reoitations by the staff. About 11 p.m. all eat down to supper, everything being thore to tempt the appetite. After supper, Mr J. F. Fairley rose and spoke a few feeling words about the esteem and respect in which Miss Thain ha...

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DECENTRALISATION QUESTION. GOULBURN VALLEY INDUSTRIES CO. DEPUTATION TO SHIRE COUNCIL. REQUEST GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 March 1914

DECENTRALISATION QUES TION. GOULBURN VALLEY INDUS TRIES CO. DEPUTATION TO SHIRE COUNCIL. REQUEST GRANTED. On the resumption of business this afternoon at the Shire Council meeting, standing orders ware suspended to re oeiv» a deputation from the Goulburn Valley Industries Company-with regard to reduotion in railway freights. The deputation comprised Messrs Bryan, Cummins (ohairman directors), H. Cold well, J. S. Mortimer, and the secretary (Mr W. Bennett). Mr Cummins askod the counoil to take the initiative in this matter. The pre sent Ministry was favorable to decentral isation, whioh was the prinoipul plank in its policy. The Premier had announced from the public platfo-im that it was pre pared to assist oountry industries, and Mr Hagelthorn (Minister for Public Works), speaking in the Wimmera dis trict recently, deplored the faot that the population there was less than it wus five years ago. It was the duty of the Go vernment to prevent this drift of popula tion towards Melbourne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 March 1914

Autumn Season Ex. S.S.'s " Medina," " Commonwealth," " Berrima," " Shropshire," " Star of Scotland." NEW G00DS Arriving Daily from the Centres oi Fashion. Exquisite Novelties In All Departments. Come and Inspect. The Famous O stJK STOCKED BY R J. HARRIS. Whether the Figure may be Full, Slender, Short or Tall, there is a model for you. They at once appeal to a Women's Eye; Meet all the demands of Fashion, . . Comfort and Health. . . E. J. Largest Cash Draper. Wyndham=st. GREAT XNIAS BARGAIN SALE! AT LYONS' STORE, HIGH STREET, SHEPPARTON. MUST CLEAR BEFORE NEW YEAR COSTUMES, BLOUSES, SKIRTb, UNDERCLOTHING, MILLINERY, NECK-WEAR, ftc. MENS' MERCERY, HATS, TENNIS SHIRTS. . ALL AT BARGAIN PRICES! The Best 6d and 1/ TOYS in the Trade. Special Value in our GROCERY Department for the Holidays. T. K. LYONS, HIGH 8THEET, ■ . ■ . .. IHW*BTOK NICHOLSON AND MORROW, High Street, Shepparton. All Kinds of.FARM IMPLEMENTS of the most Up-to-date designs, . including— ~ Harvesters, Drills, Cultivators,...

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LOCAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 March 1914

LOCAL MARKET. Butter (Belling) la Id tola 3d • Eggs (giving) ... 8d J doz Bacon (Belling) ... Is to 1b 2d Ham (selling) ... Is to Is 3d lb Wheat (giving) ... 3a Sd bushel Chaxt (selling) .... £3 5aton Onions (aeUing)... 10a 6d per owt. PoxAvopa (selling) new • 5s owl. ¥wjm (selling) ...' 15s hag i BaAN,(sellingT . ._ Is Id bos Pollabu (selling) ... la Id bos r I u . Cawt Skins (giving) 6d per lb |p3 6osE£ Suss (giving) 3Jd pw lb

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