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MEXICO PREPARES FEVERISHLY WASHINGTON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 2 May 1914

MEXICO PREPARES FEVERISHL4Y WASI-IINGTON, Thursday Night, News from Mexico City to-day states that feverish war proparatlons nre in progress tbroughout Mexico, Srailway foundry at the capital is turnilng out cannon, and a first olass cartrldge factory has been es ablilshed near Pueobla. Tho declaration of martial law at Vera Ornu by Roar-Admiral Fletcher has been taken in Mexico OCity to Indicato that. a march on the capi Lal by the Americans is certain to rollow,

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MRS. MARY CLARKE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 2 May 1914

Mll18. MlAlY CLAlRKliL Ali:; iAlary Jllne ('lrkei, relict of t.he late llr. Joln A, (;lairke, died oi 'T'hul..ay at. hlrc homle at lrt?a, ater t a long illneSc throughout ilhieh dhie w1 atLteilded by l)r, .1, ¢. Al(laey, 'm'he? caue of deaf t, wan irolpiy, Alr ('hlrkII \vek an 1tl yetar of age, :ntd hld npetil. 52 years of let life in the Greta di.etrict, a here lie ear:ed the goodwill :anl lrelptll.el' of Ill \ho kn 1 l0 hei' The late Mii, Claltao vlail ,. niaive of Colnity Tyrone, irelIndtl and euitie to Anio trilili ill 1862, withl her atler tland llotlel' the late Mr. ad Mrle \V, Wood. 'l'iiey landed in Mhlbo1ulne, llland wei' quickly atl rnitedl (I l(t e tretali distlrict, where illI y elet !ted laiud, In 186(I ihe i, an iarirn ied to the lite Mri. ,ohin Clarke of gieti tie, iiLarll'iage. tlll g ll ieei id the ('hiurch of Englaiiild, WVn<iiig tini Iall hv. AIl' l oithl etbliiig ilthe llinnil ii1 eleigymnan.Al, , laiid Alre (liiik e, hy heir ie'nduimtry, thrililt anl ...

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ODDFELLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 2 May 1914

ODDFELLOWS. ---4+ rlhe iieiting of this i Imd ?'hlr,;dal y ight, I w .' . 1 w,'<ll littrmlhd, aiuI sc!verl intlporlltll nt denil: 1 of" hl:,i . lt:,-R tr'illsacted. Nondlesi onli I, ,t'' iecei',ed for new officttt , i i r Il' 111 jllnlg ilX month I i ll'vir. J}i i, nm'llil t?lOl.lll \?,rllt \\.ll IItll !i\ ~i:ir i·: h uhlibng of a . 'e illl li u in llml, At tile o Ihluion Ill lll ulln's 0i ' ti tioullr llla ten wa, \'i laIth , I.'i 00ii?lilil evenli ially tirilg wilh six ),tinl 't'hl Tlhe? finii thiieet werlt Ilrtme F lnitih ?hore oiad lilt on, aiii it i Sit,' t, l iii flo th 'e A.M ,('. he - c jtllion ('o)llilliitteewCt ,'0 i'tetrct i\'vet talnd[ adop~ted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 2 May 1914

i' ;6i ? . .h \ .- _ ../- .. . S . . . \ ,I ::::~i ;::·". - -, - -"- :, "- " : ,, .... ,d? ·' .·-·?:'_?s?,.2? ::iljiii:: ....."What Cdre I .4 4. , ~• . !la:4 ,· 1f545 pass by"·~t!~~; ~ "i:zr 'U I lN; LK Oft MIXTURF(. ALSO IN PLUG FORM. 4UT'(N N' LK'E ' : THE MIrSSEtM ROLAND, 49lXPErT T11hl·IGAH HS oFi DANC)ING: ANI) PIHYSICAL 0lJ)ITIJIU ., EVERNY TUESl)AY, Uhillren at , p.m., Adults at 8 p.im. MIOSS IOIhAN1) will alo conduct a Spelchl Cla.?i in order to intro duce all the now Soieoty I)ancou, incluldilg Tango, Now Ono-8top, Iellnation Walt;, etc. All p1artlicull amn front nlIrfl n(rlll1) MISHl HIOLANI), "Tala," Eric trceot, Hlawthorn, or c/o Mr. lhoplherdl RIloyal Hotel, \Yangaratta. IDuring alteratlou·ne to Theatro Rloyal the clltasseos will bo held in Masonic 1Hall, Ovone Street. FRiANIK A. C. BISHOP, L.V.Sc. (MRlb., Univ,) VETEITlNA1Y SURGE1,ON. Private Addlre:; (;lillEN STIIENIT, Phono 15.1, ORITERION IIOT'EI, Murphy-st, Phono 130. Dailly 10 anm. to 12 a.m. MISS GA ItETTO PRIVAT...

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DESTROYERS PATROL ULSTER COAST. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 2 May 1914

DEST:HTIUYHllS PATIOL UISTE1. COAST. ION1)ON, Thursday Night, in the HIIouseo of Commons to'day, the Prime Mlnistor informed Sir W\illiam Byles' (Rladical) that nmeas Ires had already been taklen, which the Government hoped would p1reveat any recurrence of the gun-running in Ulstor, Sir William lyles also asked if the gn-runlners weore not to he pullnished, Mr, Asquith answered that the Govoernment was considering "tho other aspects of the matter."

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DISTRICT NEWS BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 2 May 1914

DISTRICT Nr WS DENALLA, Tho deatlh ocellcrred on fTueday ol Mr. Alexander Millehr, of Ilhe hm of A. Miller and i o., lienll, lieeently ho nItd ~l getlneoun olllier to ltll nt n public hoslitatl in ilenalli, and asi the orier was decliind he then pie SentedI two iii, tte to t.he ton W, Mri. .1a inces lie liihrne, ic orllierly of llenllan, let. now tattioimlster at Lisonmoe, hadl his leg cevercly crulliished dulrinlg hllltling opertions., BOORI lAMAN. Tlhe lloorhllainnllel tni te toa waa again defeanted on aturdaynL , when St. Colutn'h Co(llege teami were the victors. ilhie ominteh we?a played at St. Colinnb' cort, the visitore be ing entertnined to .ttenoon ten ieiand dhiner. A plensant day'a oting e11 llon cluded wit a t nuniealn evening, the chief eon itoilt ore to its sucasl s hte ilg M'irs hrowitel id Mr. lhtrriidge. Folowitilg 11' no res: -- inog ea nsid Phillitps ill) heat. ltyer i nd t'reighan Mtiss liainies alnd Minogue lost to Irs itrowr anid l treridge, 3--6, ltaines \liid ...

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Late Cable News THE IRISH CRISIS SIR GEORGE REID ON THE ULSTER PROBLEM. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 2 May 1914

WIe Cable lers [FRo M[ REUTER.] TlE IRLH CRISIS3 I1 ll{ (1'(I( W', i I {1,' 11) ()N TIEI l 01U l,?' 1' l l{()ulbll,lq , l, ()Nlil )N, 'lhuredny Night., Sti Ihleigi, l Ciid, ie')aking, at. the (ioh)nia l stit.ut, liicheon to-day, llade int iretll i'c t el enc t(o the I11ll alel' lroblhnl, wvlic'h wer'e loudly 'heerI "Hc : hid that lookingi aronial the I,'opire, i, \van) not In dila, .f\ii h , o' the ii Veieeas i)omiin lishlurnt \vere at[ extralordinar.ly |)00 le for while they ,ainiuot , igree iiliOitig tih?i\etives, they thu utianage the allates: o)f 3(;0 millions of \'aliouls !)ole)s. Ti! ligh t'tnu niiihtiouuiei :'tonclludi'd with anl applearil to |nmperlia)l ttaiemnin to hull the i'iiiuie frce Sito dig ilp hitck hiatireds at i miiinut. hetn the mous wias gitowing g'tiii oVci thieiii.

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AGRICULTURAL HIGH SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 2 May 1914

AGRICULI'I'URAnL 111011 SCHIOOL Already the \Wangarat,.ta High Beholul i:; too nmall fori the chiildren attend ing. At thie meeting of theo IHigh Sclchool (Council /yesterday l)r. Leach directed attention to the rapid con gectiol nItl thlie neCedl for imore roomne, 'J'hu Science ndl Nature Study class cii require Io less than 70 periods in each week. 'lThis involves the use of three rooms where onlly one is now plrovidedil. -IHe also suggested a large a;emnlly room, where all the clauses could bei gathered for lec tures, ailtddressed by specialists in agriculture nlid irrigation, and for ltublic occasions. The IBallarat School has at room of this kind and it is fouiiiid to bie very usefull. The Educa tion Department has altogether un ilei-estinmated the resources of the Nortlh-hSnst for High School work. The capacity of the building is for 150 etuilents; the attendance to-day is 228. Nor is it likely to he reduc eI, D)r, Leach points out that if all the.children in ,the State School...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 2 May 1914

BIRTH. COZENS. –On 2nd April, at Nurse Sheedy's Private Hospital, Flem- ington, the wife of J. H. Coz- ens, of Oxley –a son (Arthur Joseph).           THANKS. MRS. JOHN SIMSON, Docker   Street, desires to thank Drs.     Docker and Eakin, Matron Spargo,   and Sister Taylor, Nurses Walker, Lang and Ball for their kind treat- ment to her while in the Wangarat- ta Hospital. Wangaratta Chronicle,   Publihed on WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, 2nd MAY, 1914.

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OBITUARY. MRS. H. N. PATTERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 2 May 1914

OBITUARY, MRS. H. N. PATTERSON. The death took place in St. Vin cent a Hospital, Melbourne, on Wed nesday afternoon, of Mrs Hettie Pat terson, wife of Mr. H. N. Patterson, of Myrrhee. She had been ill for some weeks, and for three weeks was under the care of Dr. Docker. Then she was taken to Melbourne to be operated on for appendicitis. The operation, performed by Dr. Murray Morton, was successful, but pneu mnonia set in some days later, and she gradually sank and died. The late Mrs Patterson was a native of   the Greta district, being a daughter of the late Mr. J. Forge; her mother still resides at Myrrhee. She was 51 years of age, and an industrious wo man, who was esteemed and respect     ed by a large circle of friends for her pleasant and hospitable nature. Much sympathy is felt for the hus   band and family in their sad bereave ment. She leaves six girls and three sons, viz., Mrs. Geo. Patterson, Chil   tern; Mrs...

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CARRARAGARMUNGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 2 May 1914

CARRARAGARMUNGEE                 Residents of the district filled the State School on Thursday night when Dr Leach, School   Inspector, delviered his highly interesting and   instructive lecture on "Birds of Australia."   ;i.cit i lll t1. frlint1 ~ll iuihititi 4)1 hi li·i' iihi, h:'(( iih'1 Iyhint. At Gte collt h~( ;ltn.i Itithllli itil'ti. hu

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A.M.P. SOCIETY. SPEECH BY MR. GEO. FAIRBAIRN. SUMS ASSURED £100,000,000. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914

A.M.P. SOCIETY. Hl'E?1E11 lY AlIt, (l4). FA III IAllAIN, lU\I( A9 S-IItIU,') t.100,0,Ou0, YII)NI\Y', Tlit'trniLay. -'the rSth r u - Ill4t1 4 Ill!eitilg of Ithe pl, lic~ y.(g1 ldC rs (of the Auslatoh ? Mutull Provident. Hriet, y ,'t' h ild l i thi he i (lead lli(ce of the 8ociey, Pitt strccet thii; af cTr (oon, /holegaltes fro tl the ! u lW . itat f werll plr't:;e ll, in all iiitll to tile head ,llite dir'ecitor,5 Mr. A. W, The' ('illir m n, in Ilno iit g the aid optllon of the report, ; iti l that, look ig to thl e Ico rse ot f t4vents dU5'iunl? the pa;t year, it wvould not have beenl a ll mattr of ;tlIcrpri; if he hlad been forced to rl'port it falling-oi i nIew Iu11shie ;,. The p 4rolongp l d str1 ik in l New (i land ( (led to ; sriu's1 dis location of bul4 i'n;a; in hI 1 1 (hl i nion, Mid the ,;mwall pi. ;eare in Sydney interfe'ed w ith t, he ordin ry opcr1a lioas. N'?\ withcala ding these cir culll(talle( 1 , hovl ve4r, the t eAt 44 t4i (ll oi f hile past lcar,, ill bothi tihe I...

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THE CLOSING OF BAKER STREET. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.") [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914

,tl'iii llI', 1'to the 1lifit i of "'C lhi Cful'uiicc.' let ter in IIyiic h;il irf c i, fIIlt high X'l it ill in ii 11 ( I iiil viii , but ti e Ii of vonr renders; 1( I illa\. y 11:'k llltl I IIIItl'I( ? W l Iiiitif tliiii lilfu l ioi ti ii~ i ie I lil' eIiiiuf iili~c'l (o \il i 1`~( lii l fiiifiii fiellow ienrtlll ; ifif cii wIc l l ifldw t Ieel lir e Ihl 1.l1 ' 111 11 1'1p11y ()" f ;; nut it;huul halvu IvIdI ill ib ce of tII iiwritn, i ouiild lie nut iiie ifeenii till I 'elel n') I \. llhjeel lot'1( 1:1. , M ilton to eloi ltp ii iiioin if hiti nl; Ificiff It l lete ititiln e rule Xiii' , uwf I iii fullylii adiidto 'ififI ii ivfrt l to gr stru, t o life ii itInureii thee t'u clull;; cIietnd 'ffi il iiivlfv iit l iiit li the beartipl of IlliiII hi rdly

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914

CORI1ESPONDENCE. (iVo nio iint rV. ptt uneie h o for iu ,ptntont t xpremica b y outl' Uut'reu

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914

For (hmoni (1wett Compla~intsl,I lVoodu' (hunt 1'ujLnWurnint (Juiu. 1/6 9 COI Z:.ASl v01)R I { 1 U I Ii'i, OX, b7111E8, TAI(IA), 1YTU. to Da1gety and Co., Ltd. FUIl AI;,H iYI' , llct', l4XIIll.'p AU 'k''N'I'lnN 'l'( A1,1 ('O N IUNM IN TH ,~1u~ ,A V N018 i'l'N. IIlt It bright, blue eyes and rosy lips Dark shadows, hlde behind, * Alid all the. pleasures that pone ?lps No longer please the mind. When inlluenza grips amain I Then seek out fortune--woo her; She'll make the blue eyes bright again With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure MOTOR CYCLES! The Famous Silent Indian With the UnAMLH NPl IINU 1"ItAM11i], Power, Comfort, Rloliability, and IBase of Control, Iii the Australian T.T. Ilace, 1914, at Goulburn, N.S.W., let, 2nd anul 5th places. 4. hip,' FRUIF l*(GINIO MAUHIIJ3, ":59, 7 h.p. TWIN CYLINDEBR, FREE] ENGINE, from 908. Cntalogucs aunl tll particulars on application to D. T. MANWi4LTJ, Solo Agent, DI3NALLA. A lleap of Comnfort for Cool Nights. A Magulfic ;i% Selectioii o? Blethn s utll...

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RAILWAY MEETING AT MOYHU. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914

RAILWAY MEETING AT MOYIHU, A IlleOtilig of refdents of MIoylht an(d district watn held in Mr. Carl Hchulz's hall on Maturnday ntterlnoon to consider (IqC ition1 cotnnected with the winter tii c-table of the Whitllelh railway y, Mr. Woold wa\ called to thell cdhai. lie wasl llLeased to sec i l't'reprlcItatltve gathe ring, They muit have co-operation tol llIrtIe their wi dl+ea eIcective, They lt 1(1mtet0 to lprotent lgainlt thle lailway (unl Illin;iolCte'r Cet'taliliIg tlheir railway notice. M(oinllo time ago they had g(olle low ii and the ('ouniltlilttionert in tll fairelanl`l had made it anoIher of coacete'iollt, amilgot which aix daily tralin, and in tInll weekti thIey cut thu (ill oft"tsap" tnd gtve them it four datiy lerv''ice, Mr. All nn, thetir honll, ( r(t'i ry, watatl i u fortutlltely laid I lidt l with infliul ('(,l, Mr, Joihn( Rocker \\'ail ah illolierig from the. til trIouble t hel would have hIioti present. , ilut ho hal tiwant it l`lter tiying.t Ito h1+ w in full ,sympat...

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FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES. WEDNESDAY, 6th MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914

FLANAGQA, NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES, W1I1)NIS)AY, 6th MAY, Myrtleford Market, 'TIIJUItIIAY, 7th MAY. IWangaratta Sheep and l'attlo nuar kot. SATIUIDAY, Mth MAY. Cloaring inlo at Ilright account Mr, VW. J. Noble, MONDAY, 11th MAY, Clearing Sale of land, ;tock and olects at lohi oitn\\walrra, IiccLunt Exora, of lato A, Mc( alltm. TUhnSI)AY, 120t MAY, Pig and Dairy (Cattle Market, WEDNESDAY, 13th MAY. Groeat Special Sale of Store (Cattlo, at our yards, Myrtleford. THUItltDAY, 11th MAY. Moyhu Monthly Market. l"Ill)AY, 22nd MAY. Special IHoroe S8lo at Wanlgaratta. SATURtIAY, 23rd MAY, Salo of Town Propeorties, account vat'lolas ow'ltri, WEDNESDAY, 20th MAY, ilyrtleford Fortnightly Market, TIIUIISDAY, 21nt MAY. Wangaratta Market, On a Date to beI Fixed in May. Satl of 162 acrl'c freehold land, at (Gle11 O cek, 'acktanhdunlah, atc count W. J. Smith, 'Euq.

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914

----- Il ----- ellstill, wotrn with it very iven ciHlC ite, 'The tait wiytiin theU~ palk ,ie ii tIlse ii t) ie held to 11orrow aI I ' 1)100il wvill tacit outu, in force'(, mild conicll iii titi Ncxt. tlal ltily thei Miay Medial wilt h i' c Vjtpe i\ for il it2 iila lilt II ioy , urt (.i llllty Itr hle hrei;-..il (!, I 'll neel a, i8 i -72-88, A', I~ileoxI 1 It 2t;--8li,, G. 3!, 't'llo liil, I 7il 1--- 7, 11, h1'. '1 1 II'blirei1, !)G 10--"8t .HI; ,I, J. 'foa tae, l 8 -19---86 W. N. I)ivivt, 105-t8-17, I., fI. (;ill, 11326- 87. it h. tCwi~tr wvaiii tic whiiier of thel A. 3 liviai1i I Icl ut Ilttgghii tced rot - (A-11 -17, T'hey pitlY Oil ti--day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914

FLANAGAN, NEJWMAN & CO. Auctioneoer,. Wangaratta and Ienalla MONEY AVAILABLE FOR IN VYESTMENT ON BROAD AUGiE SElCURII1ES. £27,000 £27,000, W have the above cmn of | £27,000 now available for in vestment in cumo from £1.000 up. wards, and for good lccuritieu we are prepared to accept 1? per cent. interest. In view of the high ratec now ruling for money, borrowere should avail themselves of the op portunity to get money at thle ro dliccd rate, and slould got Into conm lutnication with us at once. Apply promptly to FLANAGAN, NEIWMAN & 00, F'inancial Agents, .Waugaratta, Moyhn and Myrtleford. FLANAGAN, NEWMIAN & 00, Stook, Station and t'inarcial Agent?, WANGAIRATTA. iranuches Myrtleford and Moyhu and at I'arkcou, N.S.W. MR. W. i. 'E. LANAGAN, Sworn Valuer under Tranefer of Land Act. We have Properties of all descrip tions for sale in the bout Districts of Victoria adtl N.1.W, Hotel Loaseholdu and F1oirhoolds for Sale. MONREY.--Wo have a largo amount of money avai...

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LACEBY SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914

L-ACEBY SOUTH. A meinting n thoe Ipicnic colmittee Swa( held on 'l'hurilday IIg;llt, Mr, T, W\illiamc;n presnidlin, anid otih'rn pre * n'nt were'-- .Min Nolai (treitas'rer), leiP fi'ut (i, Haundlefi', L. Carton, and W. Mogiord (hon. HCe.) '1'he balance. sheet onllhmitlted Hlowed that aftelr e'xpndinig >»2n4 tlih commlittn had ll credit lof Ca, Thsll wan coltdcle, red very ntitiflctory', Votels of thinkH wereo iLccorled( i the o(llkenrI lh. . O'K(lwfei hli lolt anllother \'alluale tw.o y)ear old drauiilit. t;gld ing from nlltii)l poinonled rabbitil, Anll exalllinaltio() dil'o)led ia quantitity of rallilit fiir in the tonliiiclh, ''l1il in tlio thllird liorso Mr. (O'Keefl ha lolt within 1I week Iromn thin car(,);1e ; Mr, IMogford last. a cow\ ill I (nihlliliar way, MILAWA, Tiie newly-forml)ed Norihi \iii>gailr. tn loot(,l.ll (,c(nil vidlt.od Milh\wa oni Hitlurday, and a pleanant, n1 d enjoy 11liu Igauie r'oullle'd in a victory lor Milawna y 10 (,oalln1 .13, elibindli to 13 goiil...

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