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RURAL WORKERS. FARMERS DEMAND PROTECTION. SPECIAL CONSTABLES REQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

! ?fR|IRAL WORKERS. i . — 'farmers demand protec tion. special constables ' re quired. • At the. annual meeting of the Wagga Farmers and Settlers' ^Association, a motion was sub mitted by Mr Crouch, for giv ing better protection to rural producers. He moved that the Department of Justice be asked to have special constables ap pointed throughout the rural districts, and that • the motion be,forwarded- to the member for, the district. Mr Crouch spoke of the industrial unrest caused by the A.W.U. in rural centres, and urged that if the police were not able to protect farmers there should be special constables enolled in each locality, so that in the event of further trou ble the farmers would, be able to defend their own property. The only alternative was for them to take the law into their i own hands. Mr Mulholland se j conded the motion. Mr Thomas Fraser said that the Ministry more or less wink ed at the actions that had taken place. Mr E. Field said that he was an eye-witness of wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

SPELLS PE RF EOTlOJN In Liquor. | IT 18 A POPULAR TONIC. BUY WHOLE BOTTLE*. I -* Nobody realises better than "a Hospital nurse the. benefit of a freshly made cup of tea. She hits to be always on the alert, and from the time she goes on duty till she comes off it's one constant strain—and if she is in charge of a big ward she is kept on her feet so much that sometimes she feels just ready , to drop. I find a cup of "Robur" tea before I go on dyty, and another after I come off keeps me right —I prefer the "Robur" to any other tea because it is pure; and . because I've found it most refreshing—but there, you'll know all about it yourself when you try it—The No. 1 Grade is the tea you should get Tht Num. I

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KARRAMOMUS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

KARRAMOMUS. On Saturday, February 28, a team from Tatura visited Euroa and defeated a local;eleven. The Euroa team, which batted first, were disposed of for a total of 86 runs, to which R. Ford (35), , an$i P. O'Connor (23) were the chief contributors. When time i was called the visitors. had lost . 8 wickets 'for 145 runs, the highest scorers being: Mellor (55), and Hogan (30) . The most successful bowler for Euroa was Cowell. with 5 for' 44 and for Tatura, Bartlett with 4 for 11. • ' i * * ■' • * Mr H. P. Macdonald, who re cently sold the Seven Creeks Estate, Euroa, has purchased a big property m the Cooma dis trict, N.S.W. This property, Boko, runs into the Monaro country, r and includes over 1400 acres of rich downs and it is a good country for both sheep and cattle. * * » ■ • • The^death of Mrs J. Cooper, wife of Mr Joseph Cooper, of Yerong Creek, N.S.W,, occurred on Sunday at the residence of her sister, Miss... Crosbie, of Mansfield Road, Euroa. The de ceased lady haa been an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

] The Latestin Yentilation Used extensively for Public ■ - 'Halls," Faflo'riM,' '.Churches, i Schools, : Shearing Sheds, - Workshops, -&c:, where roof • - S ventilation.is required. ; Made, of the;beiliGalvanis«i 1 Irpn with'wire netting. • r 'l Price 2/3. ; per running foot. '1 - 4- I'uU Particulars from 'J V/UNDERLICH LIMITED, I

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NEW YEAR'S DAS CUSTOMS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

NEW YEAR'S DAS CUSTOMS It Is surprising ihow many quftlnt customs and beliefs concerning New New Year's Day still survive In out of-the-way places (says "The "Westmin ster Gazette"). One of the oldest cus toms, which originated in ancient Rome. Is the giving of presents. This custom flourished at the English Court until the seventeenth century, and atil-' exists in.Scotland. A strange belief in some parts of the country is that n washing must be done on New Year'r Day for fear of washing some membe> of the.family out of existence durin-" the ensuing year. From Cornwall come a' superstltltlon which tells how tr ensure a plentiful supply of money. On Now Year's Eve a coin is placed outside upon the window-sill and must not be. taken in until the New Year; money will then continue to come in all thr year. (It Is not advisable to put you: "coin on the sill of a ground-floor win dow, or money may go out instead of * coming In!) ■

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TATURA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

TATUHA RACES. The Tatura Races took place on Wednesday and passed off very successfully. The racing was good throughout and every thing passed off without a hitch. There was a fine attendance, the gate takings amounting to £43. Following are the results: Handicap Hack Race.—J. Roach's Chalmers, 8.9 (Chal mers), 1; T. Hogan's All Smiles, 10.0 (Sheldrake); 2; T. Ryan's Chester Mac; 7.7 (Boyd), 3. Novelty Pony .Race.—W. J. Hart's Imperial, 7.5 (Dunlea), 1; S. Outram's Warwick, 7.3 (Har rison), 2; W^'Fowler's Coogee, 7.12, 3 . Trial Handicap.— E. Barker's Gallee Maid. 7.7 (M'Granahan), 1; G.'Alcorn s Prince Gallee, 6.10 (Phillipson),'2; E. Hayes' Waipa 9.0 (Pegrum),3. Seven starters. Tatura Handicap.—T. Ryan's Avoyer, 8.4 (Boyd), 1; Mrs .S, Dowker's Bessemer, 8.8 (Burns), 2;A:: Burkett's Goldmount, 7.7, (Dunlea), 3. Welter Handicap.—T. Hogan's Maidland, 8.10" (Dunlea), 1; J. Roch's chalmers, 8.8. (owner). Handicap Trot.—A. Minchin's Bugle Boy, 100yds bhd. (owner) 1; W. J. Dougants Tarbo...

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A BOGUS CAPTAINS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

A BOBUS CAPTAIN [ An emulator o£ the famous Koepenick waB yesterday sentenced at the East Kent .Quarter Sessions at Canterbury to fives years' penal Servitude (says- "The Dally Telegraph" of January 7). Pri soner, who was described as Albert : Smith, alias Brown, alias Parlck Mm-, phy, mariner, aged BO, pleaded not . guilty to stealing a watch and other trinkets from -a Bwaleclifte lady. . In the course of a remarkable sketch of his career he mentioned many great achievements, Including the' gaining of the Victoria Cross, which he claimed to have "performed. Even more extraor dinary was the version of the same career given by the police subsequently. Evidence of the prosecutrix was that Smith came to her house at Swalecliffe, ■Whitstable, on November 30, and asked for lodgings, representing that he was Captain Brown, and that he had been recommended to her by a Captain Col lins. In reply to a request for a de posit he promised to let her have it the following morning. The next day,-...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

RIFLE SHOOTING. (From our Karramomus Corres pondent.) On Thursday, February. 26, a match was fired on the Strat ford range, between teams from the Sale District'Union and the Upper Goulburn and Northeast ern Union. The team represent ing the latter union was drawn from the Yea, Broadford, Euroa, Longwood, Strathbogie. North Strathbogie, and Boho clubs. The match, which resulted in a win for the Sale team by 48 points, was most enjoyable—the Gipps landers doing everything in their power to make the visitors' trip an enjoyable one. After the match. tne North-Eastern team was entertained at a dinner at the Swan Hotel. The president of the Sale union, Mr L. Rey nolds occupied the chair. A toast list, suitable for such an occasion was gone through, and a very pleasant time was spent. The scores were: Sale Union. 300 500 600 t't'l A. Deuret 31 32 35 98 B. Cherry 33 35 30 98 W D Baudinet 31 32 34 97 W: H.Carter 32 34 30 96 W. Bartlett 29 32 32 93 R. M'Dowell 29 33 31 93 A. J. Hogg 26 32 33...

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SHEPPARTON EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

shepparton east. Quite an epidemic of weddings toot place within ' the " district this week.' < That; of course, is just as itshouldbe; and is a matter for congratulation, to see the'"sons anrf daughters of the landed gentry intermarrying among 'theftiselvesj and'cultivat ing fresh." ties: !of'relation and sentiment- that must "eventually work out for the advancement of the district and its institutions. New buildings of a more pre tentious .type are. now commenc ing to replace the original struc tures .df the flrsL settlers on the water ar6as. Amongst,those in course of construction .is a nice dwelling: in course of erection on the property of Mr. Morgan, adjoining M'Gonigals Pine Lodge Hotel, Mr. .Morgan also had a fine' thick crop of lucerne on his ; block, the first , strike, since the paddock was sowed down, and which is much, admired by pas sers by along the. road. Mr John Gawne has sold his ; property at a: satisfactory, figure, j He and his -family enjoy univer sa...

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Shepparion news Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. THURSDAY, MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

ISlKPParion Uim Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. THURSDAY, MARCH 12. If half the story tpld by the Warragul Shire Council is true with regard to the condition' of some of the dairies in Gippsland, a deplorable state of affairs exists, The facts were elicited as the re sult, of a deputation which inter viewed the Ministers of Agricul ture (Mr Hutchinson) and of Public Health (Mr J. D. Brown) on Tues day. The object of the deputation was to ask to have a law passed to have .cream graded at all places of Jelivery, and paid for accordingly as early as possible, in order thai the quality and standard of butter may be improved thereby. This is a matter that closely affects every lairying district in the State. Mem bers of the deputation broughi under notice the existence of a revolting condition of things and clearly demonstrated the imme- ( diate need of drastic legislation to put a stop to the practices that 'exist, One instance was given of a j man who was tasting cream in a Wa...

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TALLYGAROOPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

TALLYGAROOPNA. On Saturday i'.el'ruury 28, the Numurkah Pare tennis club'; p-ayed Tallygaryoroia in connec- j tion with the G.V:T A., on" the; Tallygaroopna c-urfs. After ua [ splendid afternoon's play''the j match resulted in a win for Tal- . lygaroopna by 16 games. Next Wednesday Numurkah play Tal lygaroopna at Tallygaroopna. * • * Rev A. G. Horner, of St. Luke's. Tallygaroopna, has started a parish paper, which is ; distributed on the first of every month. The innovation seems, to be getting along success fully. Yesterday the Numurkah Ten nis Club played Tallygaroopna on the latter ground, when the game ended in a draw. In all live • sets were played and the teams 4 won -48 games each." A very en- ! joyable afternoon was spent," the ! Tallygaroopna ladies providing ! afternoon tea.. I

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UNDERA PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. AN ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

UNDERA PROGRESS ASS0C1A. AN ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING Quite an enthusiastic meet ing of the Undera Progress As" I sociation and Railway League was held in the Unilera Hall on Saturday evening last. Council j lor Robert Stewart occupied the | chair. A great deal of correspon I dence was read and was receiv" I cd, on the motion of Mr f O'Brien, and seconded by jfr Ed.Brine (Undera North) The reply from the Depute Postmaster-General in re" i'eraice to the granting of the daily mail to Undera was re ceived with marked satisfacl lion. Mr. A. S. Tonkin moved and Mr J. Hooper seconded, that the secretary's action in replv iug by return mail to Mr A. C~ Palmer, thanking him for his efforts in getting the daily mail granted to Undera be approved The following letter was re ceived from Mrr \V Acting .""Deputy WpJi'. Cr°sbie General, association's movem»,,i l" "'e plying for telephonic r aP cation I.otween u ^. :;''1'""". &,,To'fS: a' Progress. Association '"e rel?r-v" Sir,—Adverting . i0 '...

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DISTRICT NEWS. UNDERA. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

DI8TRI0TNEWL (From, our Correspondents.) UNDERA. The pulpit of .the Presbyter ian Church was occupied on Sunday morning by the Rev James Jaylor.B.A., in the ab sence of the Rev-H. E. O'Sulli van; , who was taking special services on the other side of the river. His subject for the mornf ing was "Growth." On the occasion of Harvest Thanksgiving, :the Rev Prior preached to a crowded congre gation at Coomboona on Sunday last. To help in the singing the Mooroopna choir kindly jour neyed out. The church was very' nicely arranged with the pro ducts .of the harvest. The choir rendered the anthem "I will feed my flock very nicely. • » ♦ » The St. Germains tennis club has so. far gone through with out " missing a match: Last Wednesday they played the Kyabram Wednesday ^ team at Kyabram and heat them by one game: Messrs A. S. Tonkin and Evans (St. Germains) were in great form and they snatched the game out of U19 lire. On Saturday last the Deacon team journeyed to St. Germains, where they wer...

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KEY B SHARP. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

KEY B SHARP Rocked in the cradle of the deep Buy H. Marshall's boots they are cheap; ... .... They have quality and \m" c tainly stand any.tesl. T,m ,1 One trial of a pair and i" | sure you'll say they a1®®,t DUitf jUU 11 v ^kvr««TQ —Opposite Shepparton Hews.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

1000 Samples ! OF Ladies' 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. MCLENNAN'S ; Quality and Cheapness! • """ • ••«••••• • • The Race for Cheapness • Is Fxpensive to the Wearer. • • — • ... There are SUITS and SUITS. • Factory-made SUITS that are cheap andstrong, J but afier a few week's wear are quite shabby and • out of fhape ; arid there .is the HIGH - CLASS s TAILOR-MADE SUIT, with each garment • specially built, which look well after 12 months' • wear. . . . •. • • If you are after the latter—— ! M1TTON -!s Your Man! Wyndham Street = Shepparton. Late David Wilson's Premises, Opp. Mechanics' Institute. Mother of Pearl Bedstead Unique ! Restful! Hygienic X Full double size, 2-:nch posts, ivory white, heliotrope, green or black enamel, Mother- of Pearl spindles at head and foot) two dccorative mirrors, nickel or brass...

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SHEPPARTOON DISTRICT IRRIGATORS' ASSOCIATION. ATTACK ON THE PEOPLE'S PARTY. ITS METHODS CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

SHEPPARTOON DISTRICT IRRI GATORS' ASSOCIATION. ATTACK ON THE PEOPLE'S PARTY. ITS METHODS CONDEMNED. The first meeting of the com bined Irrigators' Associations was held on Wednesday evening in the Presbyterian Hall, on the No. 2 Settlement. Cr Phillips was chairman, and the hall was filled with irrigators from all parts of the district. Mr T. C. James was elected secretary and Messrs Slielton, D. James, Lilley, Ashwin and Cop pin wero elected as an executive committee for the ensuing twelve months. It was decided to take action Lo raise funds for the relief of Mr Collander. whose house was totally wrecked by a gale some weeks back, and it. was under stood that the Model Band was willing to give a benefit perfor mance on his behalf. Much discussion arose on a resolution moved by Mr G. Ash win, "That this association strongly condemns the methods of the People's Party and kin dred associations in attempting to prevent intending Liberal can didates from gqing to the poll at the next St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

COURT HOUSE HOTEL. (C.T.A. HOUSE). Most 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 to the disappointment and sorrow of husband and wile. 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.), i9 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. : "Turkish Rose" is the perfect £kin food ever offered to the Australian public. It tones up and fgeds the tissues and the nervesj of the face in the most natural way, and positively does not produce hair. One jar will trahsform the ...

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A TRUTHFUL QUOTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

! A TRUTHFUL QUOTATION. Lis not always the elaborate casket that 'holds tho most precious jewel, Nor the stylishly litLed window - . that shows the best boots as a rule; If you're hunting for quality and value in boots with wearing power, Give H. Marshall, of High street a trial and satisfac . tion will bo your dower. Opposite Shepparton "News,"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 March 1914

AUCTION SALES TO COME. A USEFUL SUMMARY. Friday, March 13. Numurkah Stock Sale. Tatura Special Horse Sale. Saturday, March 14. J. Sinclair's land, Arcadia. J. Alt's land, Nalinga. v Tatura Pig Sale. Monday, March 16. Undera Stock Sale. Tuesday, March 17. Shepparton Cattle Sale. Thursday, March 19. Tocumwal Stock Sale. D. Baker's Clearing, 3illieston Friday ,March 20. T. J. M'Mahon's Clearing Sale at Congupna. Monday, March 23. Murchison Stock Sale. Monday, March 30. Kialla Stock Sale. Date to be Fixed. C. H. Hawkius' subJivisional Land Sale. In March. P. Miechel's Clearing Sale at Tallygaroopna. £. Husking's Clearing Sale, at Waaia. Privately. Keast Morris & Miles, Carumbi Estate, Stockinbingal. N.S.W., 30,000 acres in suitable lots. Boyd and Clark, Parkes, New South Wales, advertise some cheap properties. WATTS, TURK^ULL & CO'S SALES: DOOKIE STOCK SALE, Monday, 23rd February And Every Fourth Monday thereafter. YABBA NORTH, ■ Monday, 9th March. And Every Fourth Monda...

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