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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. WANGARATTA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 April 1914
AUGTIONEERS' REPORTS 1'fLANAGAN, NEWMAN & GO. WA N?-AIIAI"l'A MAIIKET, f ulliillagall Ne ma'lllin arltll (lo, repo't having held their usual fortnighitly mlarket at the yards, Wllangarltta, last T'llhis day, a? follows:- 1uiit ,hlcep.---We had a splnlcndil yarding of good quality silbcep, ill.. cluded ill Itht being ait draft of primo wethers from Iteid?dale El tate, \hich ilet, with the keenelt conmipet itin, anid made to 25u td. ''lhere was at good attendance of the trade, and they coiipeted eagerly for all tihe fat sheep, with the result that we cleared our yarding at prices highly batisfactory to velldors, and in e;onie cases i ris-e on last market W\as noRticeabled, stoire hllcep,-- \We had a big penning of etoret, coia pristed of lines of ewes, few lots of forwari\ d t\\'ether and ?omie youniig sheep. Owiing to the 'recent gelnerall rain throughout( the district comn lptiiiion lor this cllan; of istulli wan' very Ibr'i'. all throhihl , and the iVlhole of ollhl' :;iore ...
DISTRICT NEWS BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 April 1914
- e ILEECIWORITH ''li'h Ovecn ll Inevolcnt Aniyluin line Ia debit balantce of ,£132 l l 2d oni nninilltenanco, andl t debt of £?I(1 12ti on a)o;ieta and liabilitie,;. D)turing tiho ninth. the collector (Mr. S. T', Chan o)ll) ea vamv ced the linthertqlen dit; tictl, and( c'ollecl.d L80, which \viwin Oc(llat to the lanolontl. collectel for the eliue mont.h last year. The )vi enui tlet rit. lhospital hau an ov(erdraft, of C11i91 8li 5id, 13BOOIIIAMAN, O(n loni?day night, 8t.h May, Mr. O weetltnd, of "The Age," will de liver an illustrated lecture entitled "llow ta (hrenat Newspaper i P'ro (luced."" The lroceelds are in aid of the Ctchool hfnd. A dance will fol ''This districtle, received It,; sharl e of the henolicial rains that, fell dauring the wnok, Two i and i half inches weore recorded, EVERTON. MiAfe I. Morrison, of Everton, won Lady Northcoto's ,prze for cooking for 1913 at the Dlecchworth Coolkery School. The Evortoh station (Mr. T'. ), Kiltto, S.M.) wanl awarded second prizo f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 April 1914
CONtIGN YOUR 1~If(~I:I oiler~ vl'IU~ll~ l SKINS1111t IA ,LOV Dalgtuty and Co., Ltd. ALr3 U FlY. 10I1,1 IA lII( Eý1'i' illt N'IS. 111t) 11''I' IlISPIIIINS. I4XPN71l'i' AP'i°'IeNI'1ION I'C) AM, ('UN SIONM INTSH. LII3dbiAI, Al)VAN(lI1&l 11F JIt1QIIlll ZD.) L1- . .w . . . . CIi 1'iglif at youI (100o ! The mailo bring us cltosu to fuimet , spiitnget, brushews, .ovier' thing at (Chleist stoch'I - we can ll 11 to 'ul by ritirni Iltiil. If yo11 goodt ali lioit at the 1.,O oiquirio at tho railway. Wo always lako theo ilickstomt routl. )Our itIail tirvicho is a boon for hush rtu itit t. . Arthur B. Rundle, C'IIElIST, WANGARAI'TA. honell i7, (.i'rant d I)i pla] y of ANI) ~i~~a·ali Qodsll ýl l ill~d iisBe P 8Ih)AII4*ti ·~~C~~ In aill thet Latest Mittetitilsa 111(Coloursis now b1W eiiig Dis play'cd at Vain garatt a' ieLading I)rapery Elilporiium , 'Php, 1Vholol Stock is ehustll tise ll n Mit'rt Mitrr, mt'stIally who is cozistatitly il taouch with thi I ATFS'T FASIIIONS inl t~hie City. Sp...
GARNISHEE ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 April 1914
Younag, giarnisheie) application for an o(rder attaching the sum of £3 15S Gd taid to he due by the garnishee to the jludgmelt debtor. Order for amount with 13i costs. Uppelr tilurray lRailway,.-Good pro gr?ss it; being made with the earth works of the Tallangatta-Cudgowa railway, the foremost gangs being about eight miles out of Tallangat it. On last pay-day-28th ult £1i100 wats distributed to 315 men, and on d3aturday next the total will reach £2000. A large quantity of ;leepers is stacked at Tallangatta, and several gangs of men are cut ting more about Koetong, At pro sent there is considerable activity in railway construction works in dif ferent parts of the State. About 2300 men are employed in connection with the various new lines in course of
PRESENTATION AT BOORHAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 April 1914
I'REIENTATION AT B001. IIAVIAN. A?biot tw'o lindredt't people, most?ly re dnti lll of lio hltllllu , bi(, ill'hld inII, vi\ itorn' fro lt Norongi , I'eechN itl, Not h iit and 1 u?nit tloorllitm t p, Noetl \'tll lar ittl ti ind t Iliocker'tt l'in t, Ntt? nI lbhled at (hle lioorhanaltn Ilnll ol ie\'dne u idey ioight, when t lt'. Alhbert Moore, driver for i iur. Iti, niIey lgrocer, l a'ng? I itutl waliu entertained ilt ) hnlltll et nlld ml d the itreipie oftt [preuennt iol frlom rel;id tsllh of ith Ilttorhlitniu diu trict ot n hit round, ]:or tevent year:; Air. Mioore hl been rnn' I'nll tll r 1?. ough the di:trict' and during lthitat (i he iluu per fomed uIllllroulH au l of oligellnelt for whicth thet reu;identit ar indcbted to himt, andll ill order to show their ailppreeici on they decided to enter ,tin him a ld presn't( l hint with a gold Alhert andt locket?, littably in t'rihed. Atl , the eethcing iul;led u to liartl the movementl , Mir, J., ( itun ningh?ln was apepointed 'itciriito...
YARRAWONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 April 1914
YARRAWONGA. Impounded at Yarrawonga, 14th April, 1914, by A. Browning, "Riv erslea," Yarrawonga:-1 red steer, punch hole )huth ears, like AA oil rump, also 1 red and white hdifer, two unich holes near ear, like A near ruill. If nIot claimed and ex pense paid, to he t:old on 9th May,
ODDFELLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 April 1914
ODDFELLOWS.S The ?~II (' 1(01 lijll ul ('0lllllnit Ic e mect at therlodeIICU ofurn \' 1 l!d wa ide, (111 l' We 1011 lVllj'~ l ioI sani lll Se erl· e·ll g 't~c l'lrlilllll \\'el0O 11)111 : lt s Illl1 l t i e l tileiic AI Ni I deii lgiltl i to w I (ill' 11111 lillill1l) til'0 111, 1. till' (ol' lllll(~l l ttl'l I lelllll· 11(111 ll t .fl )11 tIllilljg I IllllilII.(lll 11 Tel ''S\· t ll11it ' 10001 111 (II tl ti )Ill i ll'.II 1 (1111 Iii tile~) r~~·( i Ii I )IIICC- l Iltritig theofntovuloon,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 April 1914
FLANACAh NEWMAN & 00O SUMMARY 0OF SALES. MONI)AY, 27th APRIL. Clearing Sale at lharnawartha, ac' count 'Mr. G, \. Chamberr, TUESDAY, 28th APRIl, Wangaratta Pig Market. FRI)AY, hIt MAY, Horse Salo at Want-'ratta, in con junction with Adamson, St'rettlo 'and Co. SATURDIAY, 2nd MAY. Furniture nale, Perry Street, ac count AMrs Mclntyre. Annual Store Cattle Sale at Tawan ga, with W. Moore., WEI)NESI)AY, 13th MAY. Special Sale of Store Cattle at Myrtleford. FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO, Auctioneers, Wangaratta and llonalla MONEY AVAILABLE3 FOR IN VESTMIIENT ON BROAD ACRE SECURITIES, £27,000 .C27,000. E have the above sum of £27,000 now available for in vestment ina lmni from c,I000 up" wards, and for good securities we are prepared to accept 4l2 per cent, Interest, In view of the high rates now riuling for money, borrowern should avail themselves of the op portunity to get money at tlhi rc duced rate, and should get into com munication with us at once, Apply promptly to FLANAGAN,...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 April 1914
FOOTBALL. - -- +-- ------- A well attended meeting of persoun interested in the Wangaratta Foot ball Club, was held at the Councll Club Hotel, last night, twenty-eight being present, Mr. G. Marshall was elected Presi dent; Messrs C. Teague,, 0 Fine more and G, Powley, vice-presidents; committee, MeDsrs M. O'Keefle, F. Hoysted and D, Hart; selection com mittee, Messrs Jackson, Marshall and Hill; seccretary, Harold Hill; delegates, President and Secretary; timekeepers, G. I'owley and C, A. Teague; collectors, Messrs Teague, Hill and MarIhall. The delegates were ir3tructed to request the 0. and K(. Association to play 1a semni-linal match on a )Vednesday. An effort is to be made to arrange a match with North Wangaratta. Mr. Iloysted brought forward 'a suggestion that the various sporting clubs should join toaether and raise funds; to relct a grail stand in the Cricket grounds. A stand was badly needed, l e felt. certain the other bodies would co-operate. Mr. IH ill supHported the sugge...
CHURCH SERVICES. Wangaratta Methodist Church. SUNDAY, APRIL 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 April 1914
Leaf'" ct) ti A it nckut., Post fr1 7 eunpafrui from111N1)1 lN, Uemie CVu IUI' ? ItuttI(ES WanUaratta MotilallIt Church. NUNIIAY, A)IIPhl 2lthu, \Vangarat~ta I1I--~-I1rl. ;ruluudi \Vull W'ungraultt 7--llcv, J, J. lutuu. IEldorlaLdo II ', (I1.. lcr , IEldoitudo 7. -1-Mu, 11. Walker.
WEDDINGS. DIFFEY—REEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 April 1914
WEDDINGS. 1)1l 'l ; -ilHl , l)i . A wedd ing, in which much intereit l'nia takeni , wi'( celebritted in t1he SM teholdist ilhurch, Ya'tngarat. in, oil T' edan,', 21t iinst., when SMis, laily ,?lorence lReads, grand datughter of Mr. T. lI',\iv'lkcr, W\an gilli ia, la' li rritd to Ml l, (l n.Irlea l)illey, o1il of MIr bNeth Ifilley, of "iors?t," 1illultmu, The brilde, who \liI.- It, II \in hIi ey by rii lrand lh r, AMi. TI . liarwnke'\ i , \Volre It dllron; of whi t le ellmbosed ninon, relieved with 1ilk lihiic(, titiin IIs, with h1 ilhtreo traini , 1 l[ V,;rt' it a ,reath of otatlge idio ntll (lent. hy flr II, Manley), anld veil (li nt. by Mrs 1nldl )ilhey). Sil.c w ltu ilti ahled by her iiitlert, MiAsl nt.i'ory lilc, e , \lii ht or It it crIeni tcho\it, fro i lck, ( itn ti i'; of guipt ure lace, m black iiclk I'lin luo t with, large hniu'e vgien ifeather. Mre A let'. A?leioan (nephew of the briditlroom) i eai hea.t 'iltan The (church h tad beln beauti lfully decoral, etl for tilh on...
MILAWA SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 April 1914
lpOiioted by fhe Mila a P'rogre'i Atwcolation, in aid of tihe fundill for ltiproviti i Iithe tecret ioa lil e R sterv`e, \waI held o' \11dtlnt;day. The weatht ' \vl ib howery (ulllilg the( day Iand thin no douhtu preuventi d Alhiny ftrolm b nciiilt l're t;;i'it, i \t li Ile nuIIt I'er i of f? ' mel1, tulxiuthll to geth their pylough. il tole altu heir ti u'l'))l ill, ntlltt \Ywho othrwilo v iioubl have Ieen, l IenIntl ah entellid tlheti Ielvet'. A goi d inti-h beI' o f nl( nlher0' tlicket:; wO n ditpl)o; edll of, Mr. I'. J. Reld colltled £1.(9' 1 gd atl the giate, which i;hi wed aul incresll oin tihe ptrevioult two yearttl. adatllicraly tio the carrying out of i sllortll gathi lil ig, d ? il[ l whole of1 the tevetilo ltrAoting, driving, l iill tit'ny Vi e t, f t ootllyt etc.--are car rieod iout ol the circle, whielch it lo clield by ta h uhlnutlial but neat felt'' 'I'tle ati, tehdu ce cl udtlll d vit i tOluvr tli( t Wh lrolilly, Moyh'lit, iretl t, hld'ridt , 'tl'rr Wilnge t, h i ang...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 April 1914
BARRISTERN & SOLI(llTOlt, REID S'TIEET, WAN(UAItA'l'A,. AMr. Ahern, Couanllniloneir for New South \Yale:. Trust and other Money;( to lend. NOTOUTT & PURI1IU(ll K, Barristers and Solicitors, REID STREET, WANGAl AT'lTA, Mr, T. F. Notcutt, a (lohmmintilonlr for taking afildavits; Mr. b'. F. I'lur brick. Trust and other Moneys to Land at Lowest Rates. CHAS. 11. SUMMIElS, A.R.V.I.A. AROHITEOT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta. JASPER HIUG1ANI), B.A,, L.L.3., Barrister and Solicitor. REID STREET, WANG AlATTA. H.II A. MUIIDOCG1I, BARRISTER & COLICITOIl, REID STREET, WANGAIRATTA, Commlisioner for taking Afridavits, Monaey to Loend at lowe\ t rates, !A'HOMAS G1RAHtAM, 1,L.,, BARRISTER & stOIIOITOR. The firm of (graham and Mu rdoch having beon disoolved, Mr. Gtaslam will continue buluaeca in Clunubern In Commuercial iuildings, Reid Sftreot. Moneys are awaiting investment at surrenat rates, DANIEL J. CONNELL, Barrister and Solicitor. MURPHY STRIEETl , WANG ARATTA (Ne...
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 23rd APRIL. (Before Messrs H. F. Saunders and A. Clements, J's.P.) NINE MONTHS FOR FALSE REPRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 April 1914
tilO ICT. °O41 T POLIC COURT. THUlRtS)AY, 23rd APithI. (1IJfore AMesilr 11, ]i . ?aunirlltli l il and A. Clements, J',P,.) NINE MON'TI'IS '1( 1,'ALhl lt13 PitEIbi'NT''ATION. Hergeant Ileckwith charged John Mouran with lhaving on 1ith April, at \Wanlgaratta, by false reprenlnta tions obtained ,11 froii Fredileick iall, cashier at the North-Lusters Co-operative Store; iand by the 3a11O ltleinllI obtaining from Alex. Mecleinnin the miun of .12, Accouied pleaderl guilty to each charige. Sergieant iecekvith outlined the evi dence iin accordance with tihe parti culari which alppearedl in "The Chroinicle" on Wedl tniday, Accuiedl lad golt Ipos1?e1n3li of it nllllbel' of Slavinga Ilankl orderst, I;onle lof wiiich he lilled in, alnd pl?ied oil two liI Alaeux, M1olo1nun, of the C(riterioi Hotel, for i1] each, and one on lred-. (erick hall, caliier at the o ioperla live ltiolre, for "I(1. i ?e preli iiited one for 1I to 83. Plinkel, of the LCoier cial Hotel, Haying i he ,wan waitilng for hit m...
DAIRY SUPERVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 April 1914
I)IlRY SUPERVISION, (fly "llorearl,") Thie BIorough Council of Wanlgarat ta has recently made application that ith territory be placed ulnder the iuperviniol of a goveriment i-ll llector. 'T'here ill a colnider'able coil 'lict of opinion nll to whether a Gov tirnnlient ollicial or ita miunicipal olli cr it; preferable. Dairy supervision can he viewed lllainly froml1 two idl llloinllI; - that1 of the collt ult er, an1d thallt of the pro(dllCer. In the interc,,t, of thi COnulllller it if; ra;t noabcle to e(xpect that the supply be pure aind wholecoiOi and of goo) l quality. The producer canl do ) o len'; than admit that thel foregoing ro1 quiremntso are but fair, He0 also, reauona?ly expe)ctl that ilnIpecttioll 11hall be impartial afnd calcultted to amlilt the d10velopnient of the i1ndthl;, try. It in not illy intention to touch up on the action of the liorough Ctoun cil, exc.ept to may that in mily olpilnlon right colu'eo l:a beren taken. The intention of thim article in chielly to d...
GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 April 1914
GRETA, On Wednesday night a welcome was given by the Greta Methodist Cir cult to the Revo, Mr. Coltman, anl MIiss Coltman. Mr. Geo,. Patterson occupied the chair. The church was well filled, and lourne Bank, (Ilen rowan and llansonville were rlepre Bonted. After hymn and prayer, the Chairman spoke words of welcome to Rev, Mr. Coltman, who hai s Iecn ap Pointed to the (reta circuit., lis remarks were endorsed by Messrs T. F. Lee, G. Smith, .1. Ashmad, antid O. 0. Legg. Miss Elsio Hmith sang "Wanted a harp like the angels play," Mrs R. Ohlicer (Koroit) "'The Promise of the King" and "The River of Years," Rov. Mr. Coltman "The Refuge of the Soul," and Miss Smith "I wonder if ever the rose," The accompaniments were played bY Miss Smith. Rev, Mr. Caoltmaln thanked them all for the welcome, and hoped to have their assistance in carrying on the work of the church, RIfrceshlnents I we('I'r, trvd, 'andi brought to ai close a very pltia ant social gathering. A mooeeting of the (;reta Illranh ...
ATTITUDE OF MEXICAN REBELS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 April 1914
ATTITUDE OF 1 MEXI0AN REBIELS. It is understood that every rebel leacder has congratulated General Carranza, the Constitutionalist loa der, on his act in notifying the United States that it must treat with the Constitutionalists or else there will be war. The followers of the rebel-brigand Zapata have thrown in their lot with the Constitutionalists in order, as they express it, to teach the American invaders a sharp lesson,
250,000 VOLUNTEERS CALLED OUT [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 April 1914
250,000 VOIANTiEIiS CALL4ED OUT It is reported that secret orders have been issued calling out 250,000 United States volunteers, The Na tional Guard has also received ord ers to mobilize, The American Senate has passed an appropriatioin of ,C100,000 to wards the cost of removing American citizens from Mexico, Foreigners are leaving Mexico for the United States, British alnd German cruisers in Mexican waters are taking refugee Britishers and Germans on board.