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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

R. W. BERR~Y NN 0,1 11,": tho ubulic thu t ho Iiurº tao vrthe, 11otutmulfhW ZLII l Beinirittig flntilueuuH in M'1urph~y 0 Li cot until recently condlucted by 1ur.~ UohIeniI/, wlbvl retain tho icr vicOII of Mtr, !Frnk (lee, who him ene)01 with Air. (401)1011v for the Itaul, 18 antiithuti. Worklumnuehlip and Material :u nrantced, P101uc RI G fL 'u. A TRIAL fIOLIUlIRI), VIlutod anti P'uhlithod by Manxwoll and LDow~cr, at "'Thu Chroniclo'' Office, Murphy street, Wangw ratta. J. McCO iif CK, OARIIIli]1I lI IUfN1'i'Ufll PAOKEPI), 1lTO1tDD anud IU1MOV11D. GIIINERlAL CARRYING DONII. FPkooao i49. Cro m ! Cream! lIOcoIVCel DAily a~t tile UJndor Now Manligomiont. Foliot Prlro at Waugarattza l3liow, 1913. AfAK( YOURl (lllOQlufl F~OR OUR Foot! Pty. Ltd, ISPECIALCST SCON'SULTING OPTICIAJIS 77 EEJONG Mtdkord of I 'riedt Vision Glaasses thait will rollovo Wo latr~ah, lloadnolie onea Nouralgia, WANOUA~tAT"l'A. ,1URSU lilb1AY, AP11l~ 30th, and ialay Ito conaidted All Day att tho FltHI+ IBRl~ARhY, Wan...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. ALBURY SHEEP AND HIDE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

AUCTIONEERHIV REP1ORT'1S, AIIIIJ1lY 1 Ill, FI' %N1) 11IID15 71t ti iite utieth sil of) wol[m dckin h ide o , i lo fitlel'; ett . ati i AlhtI, ith iltt 1ti daiii 5 i, the iot tlloa ti; ?jd itt!! w er te Oýtrilt otd Jitl dia t oo l 71 uto tdt ; oitie tie Nit to1220 it. Iltreilt, ~kiltt.-i to liei iiijud it d tot t7k,

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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U.S. SOCIALISTS WILL STRIKE. NEW YORK, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

U.S. SOCIAIISTS WILL STHIKI'l. NF)W YORK, Motnday Night. The industrial Workers of the \Vorld (t Sociali;t orgtianlation, which has been much to the fore of lato) threaten if war i'breaks out with Mexico to (create the greatest industrial strike in the history of the United States. The Socialist; are salid to fe determined to ptrevent war iat all costs, Mr. .. Clark Mcleynoldst, the U.S. Attorney-Gen eral, for hit part threiattens that, he will ordler the arrest of all indus trial \ ?orkers, if it turike occurst, on it chal'ge of ueditiont Colnspiracy.

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WANGARATTA TURF CLUB. BELFAST WINS CUP. OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

WANGARATTA TURF CLUB. BELFAST W]NH (lIP. (1iF1.'I('IAL,. Presidentl., Mr. (Ueo. 'Maxwell; vice pre'lide?t, Air. (. .1. Ali'rn, M.1.11, jion. tcrlarii r, Mr, A, Clemiento ; tecwardl, Ali',si'ii \W\, Calhldoei (chamir mn.' ), C. .1 Aler , M.I1.11., 1). .1. 'oiiinn'll, Ii, IL, )Doeket'idirl, 11. Mall Icyr T, irl rntice, mIl ,, I. '.I'lleie colour tocitard, Mr. 1 , Ikelhauin juidge, l'Mr. .1, 'l'i iic? l ic t itarter, Mr. .1 Cowlan; cit,'., of iliales, Mr. C'. 'rea gice; cer:k of coiur l, Mr , 1 l', Moore tiihickeieptri, ir, J, Lindm 'r'; giati miptllCOri\'r, Mr., J1. Jilipl'; itt vwardn acsilstalnte, Mlerixii II. Ilill in l MAl teeilo; ollicial titeliograilphr, Air. ,1. t. Norton. Tio Cunp Mlietihng of tichc WanIg ratta Turf Club w'l?i h'ld on iiatur dcay in iihowry wetather, but thi diid nolt iinl.< 'rte withi the atteind incdo nor tli' ri'iiiig., lThe cetcli in1 ,wdn ultt'e'tecnil in every way, ndll thi' coinlilit.lt'ei ;in l olieicial liholid l ee' ratillie'd Iat, tle ret...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

F-LANAGAN.h, NEWMAN & C. SUMMAIRY OF SALES,. WEIdDNESI)AY, 2.2nd APRIL. Myrtleford Fortnightly Market, THUIItl)AY, 23rd APiRll. Wangaratta Market, FRIDIlAY, 24th APRIL, Olearing Sale at Itarnawartha a/c Mr. H. E. litartlett, MONIDAY, 27th APlILI. Olearing Sale at Ularnawartha, ac count Mr. G. W. Chamlbera. Sale of 146 acres freehold land, at 13rown'a Phline, a/c Mr. Percy Chamnberl. TUESI)AY, 28th APRIL. Wangaratta Pig Market, FIDIIAY, lit MAY. Horse Sale at Wangaratta, in con junction with Adamson, Strettle and Co. SATIIII)AY, 2nd MAY. Annual Store Cattle Sale at Tawan ga, with W. Moore. FRIDAY, 15th MAY, Special Sale of Store Cattle at ,Myrtleford. FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO, Auctioneers, Wangaratta and l3enalla MONEY AVAILABLE FOR IN VESTMENT ON BROAD ACk1E SECURITIES., £27,000 ."1,000. vli ave the above camin of ' V. £27,000 now available for in yoVtment in aaie fromn £100 upr wards, and for good eocuritiec we are prepared to accept 4i per cent. interest. In view of t...

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STRICT MEXICAN CENSORSHIP. MEXICO CITY, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

S'l'gi$CT MENtICAN (11,jNi01H111 P. M1.XIX1(0 CITY, Monday Night. The hlatet advices from Mlexlep City statoe that tho setitct colensorship maintained there miakes it, iimjpos sible to to inform the out;Side world of the trend of e vent in Mexico. It lIs generoally uind, ltood that. lPresiident hinel'ta would rather meet the United Statei in Iattle than concedo anything. lio is endeavour Ilng to form an alliance with (general C'arranzya (the coitititionali:t, or rebel, leader) against the Unit ted itatei, If this pact, i1 made, the IMexican President will be able 1to plut 125,000 menl into the field.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

i'4i1l(1 ft y0111' (1001'! Th i unil~ ILLtt It,; l~o to Nul Liii t~ I III iU tt h i it 3111 ill fa i Ii o it tILL r o A) tInc jiltioiiL L Lii jt ti n'.t L ,I int t tt h t tu ~ n It(Iiiiiu i ;t 7. t-h; t~ "II""ll t MOTOR CYCLES 1 The Fa?.mous 5ilent: indian With the (JCRADLE AIIIJN(1 FIIAME, lPower, Cumfort, Itelialillity, and alto of (Control, In the Auetrulian T.T. a co, 1914, at Goulhburn, N, .W., lot, 2nd and 5th places, 4 h.p. FIREN ENGI[NE MACHINE,, £59. 7 hp, TWIN CYIINDEIl, FlI NI ENGINE, from £68. ()taltogiuee tud all particOularu on application to I). T. MANWEI,I,, ole Agent, lIENAILA. We will pay the highet? Melbourte MAirklt I/tte) for roeular weekly coniill'lltlelnte of GENUINE NEW LAIs EGGS (Not Htoret' opers' Lines coddled.) (laued and packing supplied, Write for particulate to J. N. TAYLOR, 186 111)8PO(RT tlTITEI', AIlIII 'IT PAIA K. L k) A "Kton Uar FEE FROM CONTINUAL, IIllEAKD)OWN. 'HifE (ONHTANT PAYING FOR RIE l'AIItH, WIJICI I IIAI'1EN TO INHEJIt Golt AGO, (JAN 11...

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ST. JOHN'S WORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

ST. JOHN'S WORT, The result of tile visit of the Min isters of Lands and Agriculture to Beechworth last week is - that the municipalities are to prepare a state ment showing the localities and the areas affected by, this destructive weeood, indicating Also where the land is private property and where Crown lands. An.officer of the Agricultural Departniment will visit the district and recommend measures for eradica tion of the weed upon areas already afflected, and upon receipt of the in formation the Minister will submit proposals to the Cabinet. The Min aister has a larger contract than the Government ,will,care to handle with out the active assistance of private owners of infested lands, and indeed now so large upon Crown lands that we have grave doubts of any efficient eradication there, Competenb men estimate the infested areas in the North-East alone at 3000 acres; and the cost of two or three treatments with salt at £10 'to £12 an acre. A large part of the land infested is not...

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PARIS WELCOMES ENGLAND'S KING. PARIS, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

PAltlS \iLCOOMIS ,NGIlANI)'S KING. PAlt11, Monday Night. Paris is en fete for the visit of King ?;George and Queen Mary. 'The Roya l visitort are to alrrivet here't it I o'clock onl 't'neday. 'l'wenty thoutantd visitor? atir in Saris to witness the arrival of the King. 'The decoratiotau andl illuminat lion arte onl t tale hitherto uan rivalled.

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

SPORTiNG NOTES. Leading racing lmen and bloi.llak er' had na hensitation in adnmitting that the Wanigaratta Cup meeting oil Saturdaliy was the hest country Imeet ing they had attealed for a lengthy periodi. The whole of the arrange mlents were carried through in auch a waiy ti to elulal iuburbllu?an meet. inga. lSuch critili;intl mutI, iuleed be gratifying to the club oilicials. As far its hettiag w-ent the bool,,akeri aid that money wai; plentiful and husiinei hriu;er than at any meeting they had attended cince loxing Dlay. Vis;itors to the WViangaratta Race Coursue on Saturday for the firutst timen were very favouirably impressed with tihe line racing track and up-to hlateness of the appointments. TThey sitw nol r'eason why Wangaratta with iuch a perfect course should not become one of the leading racing centres of the State. llelfast, which won the Wangaratta (up onil Saturday, won the Jubilee IHandicap at the Seymour races on 'Ihuriday, and the ridler (E. Davis) lwas presented w...

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EDI. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

EDI. One of the nmost enjoyable gather ings held in the district took place In Stall's lall on lriday night, when 1 conomplinentar'y e?cial and presento tion was telldered to Mr. C. A. An. derson, who has been transferred fro)n the State ,ehool. ), uring his uesidence in the district he \v?a? a prominent wllmbl'er of the ]loyhu football chlub, Eidi cricket club anid other Sporting bodies. There vaen a L gi?e ?athering of residenlts. On Ice half of the su? erihersi , Mll', Win. liHli'ke presnted Mri, Anlderson with i lpirse of sovereigns, iand in doingi so wisheld hin success' in tile flturie. The (Chairiual's rlnl;m s were i uip ported by Messrs' Alex. Newton, W. Vodden, G. IVaul i and others; Mr', A ndlerson feelingly exlprscsed his thanks. l)urin'g, the evening soul;;; were contributed, arud it happy tilct \'as spent in dancing to lllmsic lup plied ,v Mirs I). Wyllie (piiaoo) and Mr,. 11, lalley (violin), Mr. W. (lihh acting as A.(',. The cnterinig was in the lhands of Mis stalff,...

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GOVERNMENT AND ULSTER. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

1tNDlO(N, Muodtiy Night. The eital.temtet, imieid by tihe Ul titetr lUliotnit t Ctouncil oln at.urdaiy giviti|g dte'tatil of the allf'eg'ed plan for a military crittmp in Ultter wia; the sailjrct of a niiumbetr ofl ilueitCiou?i in tihe llolise of CoinioiioniI to-day, Ini reply to ('olonel Chloter (Uin ionirst.), Mr, Amliitit taid that.h there we,' t o10 gri'tiitlo it ot for t jtidicf l in qutiry itto the allegedt plot, againet flllfter. Mr, llonir t Law (leadin r of tlm (oppiouitiot) tnid tihat. in view of tlh circti nittl nli tial M il iaten" it it; tited oi n iattirdti y hiti?t lie vi ulti repeat, the qittettion otn T'tettday. 'IThe 'riime Miniite'r tidcliteifd to Ie drawn l l y miiin,'rouiH ([itue;tiolnt'i';; a!> to tihe nature of the rtjepo'ti tttrnitiih eid by thet milittry ttoninauttiiiiiii in Irelhind, Speakiing it lleltagt to-day, -ir Ni'dwarid Car'on, M.'., taid that if a judicial itittuiry were ifttituteid lie would lh e pr eparteild tot nbtit att titti thte inldictnime...

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THE TOWN LIGHTING QUESTION. GAS CO'S TENDER FOR ONE YEAR ACCEPTED. MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ELECTRICITY WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

TlHE TOWN LI1GHTING riol STION. GAS (T'u' Nil'tNiIt FIlt U(NIl, Y ,',Alt A('(,hd rIll), 1 1(iI{I, INI"O( bllATItON All(Il)T Ill,l" TIN ItYl'l' \YANTIlI). The Wan'iigl ';ithll!, Il iro'uigh Council himt:; iln tui'e i c'n b;idil'ting the lipht iltl i of tiuh I' ii'oullh by tcht tricity for I' thll t icky t i;tlt; A.ll it .l, h tniltti, A~t{ l itn ite ti n, t t lit the e utiin l of the Co?ulnn il held ill .linday night i l i ttio; d tided ti ng frlpt tetr it fir thIcr 'llilt of ilt year he t it t lder tofj tle ('Colon ial f('is; (o.l The liie. V; alil ,; ilghti eCO contll det exitrel iit the iand of May. The price for ione yoer' ei foi t lihig i, "322 10. The Mayor, ('r. lice. Maxwell pren itded over Moldlay night's meetingt and atherly pr5eGnt wereC:- ,r, W, J, penitl, ,J. 'H, Sandford, W. 11 Itle - Tharde, yC. A. TeGa, e, J. Tweed, ,' t. l'urhrick and A . 11. Snith. AL ith ieeting on ith Apruil the crgef ilo had lbefore' it, in retI po ie to aiil idvt seV il?ii (int, calling for teni...

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Late Cable News ON THE BRINK OF WAR. U.S.A. AND MEXICO. WASHINGTON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

Lute Ciiu e [FROM REUIfER.] ON '1n I-11? lINK OF' WAlt. U.SA, AND) MXICX|O, WASlI1N(i''ON, Monday Night. 'l'he MAexiclln criic ic juet about an grl'ave as it cai be, 1re' ideit, Woodrow \Vilson hallr iotl a liieliiil;i to Congri'iil convein iing ia joIit, i?ta don of the two Ihfouiea in order ito obtaini their approval oiit (f lil iitie of the a0irmlled forces of the lUnited ti tea to tiaintaitnli hit dignity and righlt in Mexico, in thie nmiltlage the I're'ideint, ex Ipr'etled the hope that wail' with Mex leo woiuld iinot he likely to urinie, lliileii within lit) niext, few hoitiri, l'rielidenit Iliuerta hiiekit dowin, the United Staltenl will break oil diplo matic, !relationl with her nliollboul', hiunding hi on eiior Algurai, the ?lexiln i Mliinister at Waiuhingtonl, hiii paiui porta, lir, llBryan, I,. Secretari'y of Stiite hall ordered'i all Amiieierrinii merchant, veehle to leave Mexitein wlaterii, An exodiua of American 're?idelitt in lMex ice hlll already Ibe>gull. Seiinat...

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BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

BOROUGH COUNCIL., 't'he fortnightly meeting of the IWanigaratna L itrouligh (Coulncil wail held tat Mionday night. 'P1re t :• 'T'he Mayor (i'r. (;t. loiMxwell) and ('r1 . Ii , tJ liltth1, ii 11 1, A idfortd, \. I. l i,,w rdi , , Alwlld, A., 11, -iith, (f , A. Teagilte, lt', ., 1urbrick ri n r I. J 1, (tillt.)ii t li~C i) l aiO A. ]I, bUilh. ('Iltlitl0 'l' N)Nlti N d.L ["rom I,'. (L Vtlltndet, pren;ident ll);,pital t 'tl'l iLti tl, a kin thaL W ed. Ji'ldI ty, I Auguilllnt, lhe plro llllated i illp blic holiday, thif r be ini the ilay oil whircth th 11e t u'l1niv l in aid iof the W Ilgaral"+'t sir t riot. Ithopiti al hl to be held, Xt'. A. I tlmitlh htovd, conled by ('Ct. t'il tardh , t shlt 1eq ntiiat ht icomitplied witl '. t larried. From I-!t rer ;tlry Municipal Alnocia- titot, r;,[?illng for copy of ally uInota tn the iolli cil plieil ito have cotll idLer ci at ner t 111 ti llt titlillt, tounlcillor; to bring florward .lII. fuliture iletilnll Iotlloi Lt they wiished to h liave u 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

AlIERN ANI) 1'SWI \ , YNE BARRIS''ITERS & ROIltllT)li. REID STRI1l'T, WANGARAT'TA. IMIr. Ahern, Coonunluioner for Now South \Valet. Trust and thor Money, to Lend. NOTOUTT & PUlllmilOK, Barristers and Solicitors, REID ST'rIEET, WANGAlIATTA, Mr. T. F. Notcntt, a Conniieeioner for taking allilavito: Mr. 1F. U. 1'ur1 brick. Trust and other Moneys to Leand at Lowest Ratoes. OHAS. II. lUMMlMIIIitI, A.R.V.I.A, AROHITNOT, ialthful Street, VWangaretta. JASPER IIHUSBAND, II.A., L.i,.B,, Barrister and Solicitor. REID STREET, WANGARlATTA. H. A. MU1UI)CII, BARRISTER & SOLI'0ITOI, REID STREET, ' WANGARlATTA. Commissioner for taking Afidavitu. Moaneys to Lend at lowest ratou., If'IOMAS GRAIIAM, 13.,., BARRISTElR & 8OIIOlTOIL, Thoe lirnm of (lrahaun and Mutdoch having been diseolved, Mr. GiaLeinl will continue bul)ine in ('Clhunbere in Conunercial lluildingu,. Reid 2treet. Mouoneys are awaiting Investment at surreat rates. I)ANIEL J. CONNILL., Barrister and Solicitor...

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SCHOOL AGES OF CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

01100h AGO1S OF CIII[I)REN, A (or'respondeolt reques. tt ul to ipublish the follo,ing article taken from the Pictorial iteview for March, 1141, relating to the age ait which thi chll ildshouIl bie selit to I1hool, turd( oin which neiject 1)Dr1. 1eac?h, Dii trict Inspector, iaddre?t?l,. the (h ot; (nittee of till W1'ugaratlttI ;tat' i?iclOol at few ,week:; lgo, uI'0gig1 the(n to try and( get plu'(iiti to coIiiiinieIIce lending their children of live year) of age to achool. "Why olnl it child to wchool at six years-, l(much les at four or livet? It it its eeunetial that he iouldl he away froml home since ]hore ill i poor 1platce for himi(, or laecaue he needi the itiihulus 1i1(iil cormlpaioll lhip of Ilis fellows, why not send him frankly out to play witil theil, liilperviued if Inece??lary by ait growl plerlOll who is healthy, and fun lovy ing, who undherstall4 1auIitition and who in founld of childrent, Why dioes he need i teacher, and it l:indergar telln, elpecially a ollo)e1'l uin...

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RACE CLUBS DELEGATES CONFER. FORMATION OF NORTH-EASTERN RACING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 22 April 1914

itM E{lr`Ol LEGA EjS CON ?lFER. It(IMATIO(N OF NOII'Ill-IA'I'IIITN RACINU AiiOUCIATION, A ojeetiHg of deliegaten ,repre;entiigi raing 1 cluis in the North-~aiitern district, was hehl at Montgoinery's Counicil (lub Hotel, Wangaratta, on ,riday night, for the purpose of conidlering the formation of a INc. tig Aso?;iation for the North-Eaint, lioulhurn Valley and Utpper Gouilt?hur Distriet. ''The conference wait con vened by the Vangarattai Turf Club, and the following delegates were present:---Mess-ll Woodhetud and Mc intolh, lleeehwieorth; 'l'anner anld D)all gleiilh, hillt(rn ; ityan and (uinn, )Dookic; J, W,. Johnston and TF. Harry, MLoyhu; Coninjilm aind lawley, lRuthergein; (Cirvei' and iChadwick, St. Janiie; LlCunneen atnd Donovan, Snpringhurit; G. Maxwel. and W. (Callander, \Wangaratta; J.1. loach and T. Connell, Whorouly; (, Leighton and W, Twomey, Wodonga; Hl. Crilly and P. (1{heioll, Yarrawoln ga; Millen and Cahill, Yarrliwonga Sit. P'atrick's Dfay; and II, lialligan, seeeto...

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MOYHU CONTINGENT BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 April 1914

MOYHU CONTINGENT BALL, ))dldito thu tllhratn.ing tlfats of tl weatl.her abount. forLy coupllel 1 - 5elllnl51 at (ehlz'.t11 HIall, 1loylu, on \Vednesay night, when the an nual al1 ll'romoted by te1 hloylnt liengal ConIItingenat \wl?.? ihld, For t0on1o ycar'tl thi Iall lhas beoln rlcoG)-t nisld m1 t(10 o( thu moi)t Oujolyaleh mll1 Pl la polan inctions of its; kind held in the Ilutrict., and \Vednes day (Iiglht'i galtllhering wvlS no ex cplatioll . Viitur i.ll w rO in a'ttenlldll llCO flIl'( lllllllllt'O , Grt1111 , 1 1ob11n1 1(1lll\r1I ' tr Pl']i, \Whitliehi, Imeelhy, (?nrbotr and other lpart.s? tf tlh, ditstrict. The Gl'l\ t. r onl tilll ll, won0 t 1 ci 't111, (( ll utd. 'h11 coImitt11ee had made all necetl - iully V llr'n1I lllwna s 1 o(1' l ninI'lt l tlll( hI ]p'i~leasut of latromns anld al prement i'otd it, a hlappy and en~jtyableh ball|. The Aloyhn ('ontingent, has away<? t1en ll l lll ro il'l t 1 ' lt inll 111 i-t, litrick'l a o ay Ilf roctltsilO ltllrtl d t111( 1de, ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISCOVERY DAY AT THE STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 April 1914

DISCiOQUO nY DAY AT THE STATE SCIIOOL, 1AH arranlged by the lhhlUcatioll l)e lpartr ent the telebrati' l n )I Ili co\. cry 1)iy woe carried t, u tl, the ShlC School, \\lVl ,?uarl'l .ta, ytc:;tlerld y, Iy ?rl. .ichlilliung;, t?cad Tcn h(r, mull staill. 'lhc 1(! lllllc'll ofi L O tW Slt0i l lolm it tee were III attntc dan!. tt',I tL addrll es olnl 1 the diciVeriy wnd r1 - plioltioln of Ilue cl lunl nt' tit 0 \l;; traliat wVere given to the ireholairs by 1r11., 'i'ho th r tailimli, b1,1 ., andl r \'., 11, N.dwards, J.l'., oirrlespondent, 1( the School l Cn.unlllt.tee., There 11;1,s it gotolid g;tlhtrinlg of llparents.l The .chlli dre \ welt n rl u illi the prograinnlc o01 rea1,1 i 111 recctl Cr. 1tlw.ivrdc in ll h cotullrl of his lre 'k( , re red o l t cll, ollllll ll i l ' i f tilte Dutch being; tihe natua.l di?tcoVerer of Australia, thati, 't, ent tking plcc, inl Marci ll1(i, 1l e Quni os a? iTol (,1 1 4 11 ()rre:; tlis.ing tlithe honoultl r i ln t1 ) ' y iII; taking the New licbridt...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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