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MOYHU RACING CLUB. ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 April 1914
lVIUYIIU RACING fctUjL,. ANNUAL ItACEIS. l'ho atLendance at the anllllllill ra( gathering of the Mloylhun liateing Clul: on Wednelday wan satisfactory. 'Thie meeting was favoured with beautiful weather, 'The fields in the iiajority of eve\lnt were good, and icnme very ilntere?t.ill, racing wt wit ine;;ed. Th'l'l coure, att the reuilt of careltil attention, wis in iplendil order, and frt; tinime were recorded, 'l'hi meeting piasseld oil without a single incident occuirring to Iraie its pleas ure (and IuccesC - there were no ac cidentii, protests or ditlputeei. oMoie dilliculty wal expel lenced in getting the ieetihg going, buit after Wed nesday's gratifying reisults the resi denti of , oyhll shold feel etatie;fiie that they cati run an auaaill l race meeting that will be in keeping with f lip prog resstt idi prosperity of the district. 'i'The lpublicte'tl Iibooth ways conducted by lMr. J. 11. Manon, wiho did good butt;ine. lMr. J1. Ltnny hadl challge of the luniicliheo, after nooa te...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 April 1914
AllllIlN A NI) Al\' \\INI Y lIAI-lRIST'1,li3 &, SO iIU1TOirS. RIlID STIlllET, WYANUAlAI:TA, Mr. Ahern, Comnuh?ionor for Now South WVale,. Trust and other Moneoy to Iecd. NO'1TOUTT' & PUIltltluoi, liarritors and Solicitora, REID S'lTRiNET, WAN(UAN1A'TIA, Mr. T. F. Notcutt, a Oonunioaionor for taking atlldalitu: Mr. F. U. P'ur brick. Trust and other Monoey to Lond at Lowest Rates. CHAB. 11, UlIMMilRS, A.R.V.LA, ARO(III'i TOT, SFaithful Street, Wangaratta., JASPIER HUSIIAND, .LA., L.L.B., Darrister and Solicitor. REID STllEET, WANGAItATTA. IT A. MURDGHIt, BARRISTER & SOid0,ITOR, REID STRICET, WANGARATTA. Commisulonor for taking Affidavits. Moneys to Lend at lowcit rato?. HOMASB GI1AkIMI, IG.L., BARRISTElli & S:OLII1TOII. The firm of G raiham and Mardoch having boon dis?olvoed, Mr. .laihan will continue bulineuo in C'hambers in Commxrcial tLuildingu, Reid Strcet. Moneys are awaiting Invetinment at eurrent rates. DANIEL, J. (ONNEi L, Barrilter and Solicito...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 April 1914
FLANACAN, NEWMAN & Co FLANACAP, NEWMAN & CO. SUMMARY OF SALES, TUESIDAY, 1th Alt'IL. Wangaratta Pi'g Market. WEDNESDAY, I15th APRIL. Special Sale of iftoro Cattle at Myrtleford. THUII llSAY, I6th APRIL. Moyhu Monthly Stock Sale, FRIDAY, 17th APIL. Special IloIHoe Sale at Parkes, N.S.\ MONDAY, 20th APIIIL. Sale of lalrnawartha Properties thoroughbred horses, etc,, at lnar nawartha, account Mr., A, E, T Bartley. TUESIIAY, 21st APRIL. 8ale of IG8 acres freehold land nat Glenrowan, account Executor lati Mrs -IHart. Sale of Property, Parish of Lacoby known as M. K, O'Koceefe's, 196a 3r. 13p, WEDNESDAY, 22nd APRIL. Myrtleford Fortnightly Market. THURSDAY, 23rd APRIL. Wangaratta Market, FRIDAY, 24th APRIL. Clearing Sale at Barnawartha a/c Mr, i. H. Bartlott. TUESDAY, 28th APRIL. Wangaratta Pig Market. FRIDAY, 1st MAY. Horse Sale at Wangaratta, in- con junction with Adamson, Strotttl and Co. '-'SATURDAY, 2nd MAY. Annual Store Cattle Sale at Tawan ga, with W. Moore. FLANAGAN,...
LACEBY SOUTH PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 April 1914
l\'':ere W iii ll t t li Ia lll r cl of i tii'een four 11( lipu halred ii ple ati the LuIcl,y ui;ouil anual picnic h l onl 'i't ure lay. t'hiii pie llle gri w:i ill llp lllll;rity yIea ' by yIai r, l ?I l i .w lioki dil forw,' lid ,o by di.ltriit riiidienti vithi iieilll i li hi . i iv?y a til II. The dathy hworts 1 programy dl ti le eCitnlag llnihndalc were itness t (ill. oa the ovening Rl social was held ll te of , anit wasitd. t he means oi nittle clly an d of joyabl day's outing. oi'r, ' W Hlliitn l:, T . 1?t ,, I , :ll' t , ,, J, Ne , (l. Halllldela, w'ith li: Nolance (tmusic was ) played by Missr ItJ'd lef an Messrs Fisa , P Ocretoay, Hiach llt'll cr of II; ' ( oinllit Iren wol". Id hard I to I;;ul c the : 1.::i . of the ld U. Jones, i Mrel; ordge Dodd tpla iFollowing are the results:-' th iuhi(e:,l Ha di ,layp- hia dtiett 1, r,. J. lney 2. ighllt entries :l a lW H, illn C;I ill (i ll Ih :e p l'o ,!e mt all e , aii the collo lut t ;p ;l ciatcd hien Shelppin 100 pinicardi-W. he...
BOBINAWARRAH RACES. THE HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 April 1914
BOIIINAWAlRAll RACES. T''iE lIANI)IAIS. (11 Waledniday next. a race meetihag will bIe held in tilatetr a ,addock, in itld ol lit flunds a i thea Catholic llaxzur. T''lie I're~idtlent ui tllat d(i tri'l. whlo havte beltn ilteraettiltg thlatl i'lvt' in the h ea etiaain hItve been work ing hard to flaatir.' t; ita ' ct'a'at, Glood t'ltrit'ti halive he!(I 'rec ivcd, aIiid lac ing t a w'ry iuuereitiag atat aure la lpromIIitaedl. 'Th'le righlit to do tlhe hoe 11n; (oll the c('olull'e a liltaben l pu'rchlsaed by Mr. t;co, W\Yright, Waingaratta, Fi'ollowing are tli haandicaps: Maiden Platte,-J. larroll's Lady Guard 8,12, W. Marchnat's nobinot to 8.12, T. W\ileon's Wally 8,11, T. Daarry's Correct 8.11, J. Byron's Harvey Dutf 8,11. Pony Race, 14.2 a,u.-W. Oonnor's Tho Doctor 9.12, A. Oallandor's Royal Shot 9,11, P. Martoll's Rod San 9'J,4, W. Willlamson's Rendzvous 9.0, XW. Statl' Pickles 8.8, F. J. KiCogIIh's Itosa of Argyle 7,10, E. L.anid'aa Vivaco 7.10, li, Land's Glee 7.10, 1., !iaraes's...
WEDDING. SISELY—POPE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 April 1914
WEDDING, 3Ii1,I Y---IOPE, A wteddlng that Iritullse much in terest wan coltbrated on Wednellay ftorrnoon ait 3 o'clock at Itoly Trin ity Catthetdral, when Mr. Alfred John Sitoly, eldtest oll of tx-(Cr, John and Alm I ' -litely, of "Wendo rce,,," Wan11gllrl l tit, and lMici 1h6ther Pope, younglt~;i dullg?hie of AIr. John Pope, of Albert, Park, were tmarried. Mainy retlatives ttd fr'icalut atu;onthl itd iit, the Ujtnlthedril to witniees the ceremnony, wlieth \it li perform'ted by the ltev. (tCanon (, The bride, enltterd the chtrch leaitning on the arm of her fathter. She wore I Irbouiintiful m111d hemmlinglr direcrss of whie call Tm.l Ue sllll a tilln, lh'adow l('1e \tlil e ettttltttettee , 1 f' itt, tlthtlll t)V it'e tunic ai l pearl ttt i ninigs, t Ihe Itltllttar train tieingl edged witth pe lri, A coronet of orIIIge blo:;s;soll wIr Ottunited it delicately wtorkled ttle veil (lent by hei r allut, hitt + Morri nitll, of ,\l'llilidtle.) She c(ar'rid it houillet. of whilte rlt:;r:; r l...
SOUTH WANGARATTA [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 April 1914
SOUTH WANGARATTA A meeting of the School ('o011111. tee wna Il fld o01 Monaliy c('Ciii h. P oiiiont:cnir. A. G. ('nhIiun ('hlnir 0110n tlo itll ) \\ 'It. 1.'(lH l i; t it, ill)Y hubl tilt VGlohptcii 1t((11, 'li'.i ,\hti Co I'.e811o1111011t. 1\1110117 tll' `· '\ c'ir:llli0l Irom the 8(1100l (c0 (lj(t(iie': (Con ferencice i I iiOil . iid ,i. \'":' decided to jln1 til t:\: r;uuicinllt l, A11 ed for pIIyiieiit.. :\nu Illillhillitm ii to he induu to have+'. (1w' lig110itiii of thel oots imullovetl. It I 1'aa l rll nrh Cii I ht iuiwiIC li ne1I~'I fn li) It waft it 11 itllllrc. I lilt tl\Y 1 (1 ( 1111; (111 hold ' Cofiii (Iiir ~ando~ danc on iiIIA Bllt Ii iii aid of the Schlol Fulnl. he tlfVotiný ((iij(l1'hld till April 24th.
INTER-UNIONS TEAMS' MATCH. METROPOLITAN TEAM No. 21 v. JUNIORS. WANGARATTA UNION JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 April 1914
INTI?R-UNIONS TNAIMS' MA1BOH. METROPOLITAN TEAM No. 21 v. JUNIORS. WANGARiAfTA pJNION JUNIORS. 600 600 T', A, Lawronco, Bright 48 Rl--95 VW, E, Talbot, Bright ,.. 18 46--9 J. 1, Loch, Bright ., 418 45-93 A. E. Jessup, Ovens Valley 42 .i9-91 F, Loworson, i\lyt'lord -.i 43-8? T, Berry, Springliurst 42 44I-86 A. Ellis, Springhurst .. 44. 42--86 F. 0ates, Barnawartha 39 45-84 ,. Murray, Myrtleford 44 40-84 VW, G. Balloy, Upper M .... 44 40--8 J, Hosking, Ovens Valley 44 40-84 B. McFadgen, Bright ... 41 42-83 Total . , ...... ... ... ; ,, 1052 METROPOLITAN UNION NO. 21. 500 600 T'l. Konncdy ..... ........ 50 44--91 Harris .,,,,,.. ... 45 47-92 A, McDonald ,,, ,,, ... 49 43--92 A, McDonald ...... .4 42-91 Bird ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,. 43 45--88 , 8kclly ,. .. 46 42--88 Burr . ... .......,... 42 43-85 Ilaloy ...,......., , ,, ... 43 42- 85 lickards ...... ........44 40-84 rA47 37-84 L. ymoA Smith .,, ........ 44 38-82 Lockhart ...... 42 37-79 b. l ........... ..... 10441
WANGARATTA CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 April 1914
WANGARATTA CUP. 'Tho Cup Meeting of th ii Walngarat t: Ttri l 'l?oml i 'tillsCl t t)C one of the most e-iccetod ul mectin, gi yet. held hy the Club, a gotI d otll iOUttId entry having hbtel| rtctei\'t'd oin hhlonday lat. rho fact tiLt 63 hotrst huvt teei enlteredl for the, \'ari(ont ('vetsll inl a good foeit te laige litid, thl'rouglh out tlie day. '[hie ttar evii.n , ti l' Wlagllll;lt.tL Cup, which i,; un over\'I' tli;tali('c if 1k tnilen, tint altractld in eaclclhet cluec of hoti;tei, \ltli;e cii'e l p ' fotrmacete hit e li aind frlii I lithii i velil mnerite d uepiiiitathioi, utid omaiuy of wheio II vli e w't: i n diittliItCtiol illilthu motropo~lio, T[h: \whole of the? eli" trantllsl hatve beel''l trov'td ail thtlor lugh ttnyers, uIl d ,u gittin l ot nt '( ;L hoiult re.tiilt, tii ciart down\' tie ctlaiight allordiug thei tileteiato'li nti oppor. -Liulity of wit'elliussiiig (hie htirtiiet ie hng past the setad tLwice. The1'l niuhthci ot elri thti received lf1' the ot~hier cvintit...
DISTRICT NEWS. BOORHAMAN EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 April 1914
DISTRICT NEIWS, 1300RHAMAN EAST. :At a miieting of the untate Hchool Coitnnittee held on ''Tuelday night, iMr. 1). h, I ivano was elected Chair lman aitd Mr. J. Him)psoii (orrespol dent and Treanslrer. l'erlmis:ion wail grialted to the ('lhurch of Englamd to hold ser\vices in the school huild ELDOI1ADO, One of the linest. concerts ever'held in the; township was that which took place on Wednesday night in der the aurnpices of the lldorado t'ric.it (lub. The Court. lhouse was crown'ded with tin audillienle that was ImIost. appreilative. Iteh performer icontribuited hisi or her item in ll tirst elii:s style, indl reeeived ivwarnt op plahte, encores being insisted onl in loisti instaes', 'The ehaiir wasl oc eupied by Mri. 11. l'sl'onier, JI1', The pirogiiul' e wvan contrlibulted by Mlll? I, \'onllli , Mrs Shlha ao , Mir? 11). . MelK niie, ,Miss J,eaii Fergus onit , Mets ias i.,. ;luaui, 1) (', Mcil enzie, aod Alldrtw lliggincon. The over'tir'e were played by Mr. and Mr's (, It, lKeirsha...
RIFLE SHOOTING. UNION MATCHES AT WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 April 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING. ------s --- UNION MATCHES AT WANGA RATTA, The tenth annual meeting of the Wangaratta and District Rule Clubs' Union was commenced on the Wan garatta range yesterday. There was a large muster of shooters, and the attendance will increase as the mat ches progress, The meeting will be continued to-day, Monday and Tues day, and on Wednesday if necessary. The prize money totals £300, '(lie Chairman of Committees, (apt. J. Pearce, with eeretary hltan Bray, had all details in perfect order. Capt. J. 'cearce, as usual, made an eflicient range ottieer, and received assistance fronm .Ilessrs litchte, Crosthwaite, Burns, and amb ald. Lillt, J. Pearce acted its pool otliccr Only one possible xea:; iut on dur ing the day, nuid that. was at 300 yards by JIennedy, of the Metropoli tan team, Following are the progress scores in the Junior Scries: NURSERY MATCII, 500 Yards, 10 shots, £12. E. Rae, e lyrtlclord ..,,,. , ,, .... 48 A. E. Jessup, ovens \ alley ... 41 D. MacFadgen, bright...
"TRIPLEX." WILLIAMS' PATENT SEED AND FERTILISER DRILL ATTACHMENT FOR PLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 April 1914
WI\lLIAAlO' I'ATIONT t llhlD AND '1 ITil'1'1 I,.S'Ilt( )11I1, A.'l"JACll AINNT Flt 11ltWS, Very great intct eat has been dis played thl troughoutl thit town and dis trict il tthe above local invention. Soimtonte) saii only recently that lwhat our town needed \an ii low 1more factory wthistl 'l To haItve it factory onl 1111st: have \' om ething wortl; lanllll tuC ring., 'l'hatt so,1 t -ll thing ha bteen discovere' d alolt with I the 1111111 i )to malti it . toiVltspetil plet, therefore, \ve hail with telighlit the islw indsitry just et;atl, lit;hctld ill our llid;tl , .like all lmodelir ilreoii ntiii sit;tt ill)lprov Ien ients lt his i' \ln ia borst from it desire it) accomplish ltlare etaily tanld 1l)or01 expdl i itioln ly thet workl'l that had betomllu lllltitmhlll ilial llnolotoiiso?. The tuwingli of laiz/.e ill ia work tlhat. breakl the hpurt anlt[ Treaks th bhck of e lan. The first step to wlrds t ilpresen atint walt it de vice which made maize paititng at pleasure, led on by hi...
OUR SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 April 1914
OUR SCHOOLS. There are now two hundred and twenty-eight students attending the Wangaratta High School, which is already taxed for room, This is gratifying to all concerned. The par- 1ents have done all and more than all that was expected by the Depart- ment of Education. It is, therefore, the more necessary that the Minis- ter for Education should make good the promise, made over and over again, that the block of vacant land at the rear of the State School would be purchased and made avail- able as a playground for the use of the pupils of both the High and the State Schools. The town is sin- gularly fortunate in having this block of land still vacant, and a De- partment alive to the welfare of the children should not lose a moment in securing it. If the High School continues to add to its roll the pre- sent buildings must be enlarged, and there is no land for the purpose, un- less the old master's residence be removed. The High School itself was built upon the girls' play- ground o...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 April 1914
1! it Walaratt;t;, wih:,li to exr;, f their deop upprceiatlion of the very bfilful 'urllical trait ano ntatl un reniitting Ittenti in ell thet'ir fnI by Dr. Wyatt )lircer;: they altso thank the Nur';inIg Staiif ait Mii;s Newton's lprivate ii~ospilal for their careful nursing. IN MEMORIAM, DORRINGTON.-In loving memory of our ear fatlier, William ,L. HaI-rcourt I)orriniigton, vwho pass ed away at "Mountain View," Wangitlliitdary, on 11th April, 1913, We iwatchedi him slffer day by day, But coutl not give relief; To sco him slowly pine away It caused us bitter grief, -Insertel by his children, lalph and Annie Dorrington.
MAD MULLAH ADVANCING. ADEN, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 April 1914
MAD MULLAH ADVANCING, ADINN Thursday, Dnd news has boeen recolved Ihere from Somaliland. The Mad Mullah is advancing along the coast in the hope of enclrcliang lBerbera with hiis army of faanatics, A party of Der\vishes recently raid ed the MlAnsabokr pastures, lwhich are situated seventy miles beilow Ierbera, They cut the throats of thirteen herdsmen, whom they Iound asleep, andl drove of! the cattle,