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DISTRICT NEWS. ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914
DlIStRlUCIC NElWS ALBURY, Mr, E, P, Whelan has sold his lease of the llorder City H-lotel to Mr. W. Carstous, Mossrs Vincent Bros, (well known in Wangaratta) have sold their bak ery. business to Messrs Tobias and Mallon, of Benalla, CARBOOR On Saturday night as Meals's P. Byrne and James let('o'rmick were driving in a gig from Moylu to )Car boor, they met with an accident. when within a mile from Ihonie. Wlhen tup proaching an erlntlnkl enit tie hlorte shied, and turning sharply ovcrt'tur'l ed the gig lown the bank. Mir. Mc Cormick was pinned Ienlcathl the gig, and sustained serious injuries to hits log, tile flesh beitng torn from the knee down to the ankle; he al:o sus taimed injuries to thie atms antid hback. Under the rare of Nur;e I'aynte he ii; making satisfactory progress. it will be some wee'ks, ho\vwevet, before lie will be aile to make utse of the leg. Mr. Byrne wats miore fort unate, escaping with a good shaking. The gig (owned by tile latter) was badly damaged. Mr. Ilyrn...
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914
Wheat 3s LO~d to-day. low ates., I.ondoln market steady. Flour,--Association )basis, Mel boulrno delivered, C9, 1iran , and Pollard,-Association minimuml quotation' for bran is £5, and Irollard C5 ,H ton. Oats.--lilling up to Is 0ld and to is 10d for parcels; seed higher; fair to good feed Is 8?d to Is Md, Barley,--lMalting, Chevalier, to 3s Gd; prime Cape malting 2s 5(i, Mazc,.-Frong 3s 10d, and small trade lots to 4Is, Ohaff.-Speclal wheaten £3 78 Gd to £3 10s; special onten £3 7s Gd,; prime £3 2s Gd to £35Ss; good £3; medium £2 15s, Hay and Straw,--Manger hay C£ 10s to £5; manger sheaves £3 to £3 Ss; chaffing sheaves £2 5s to £2 1Os; Victorian straw, prime, 35s; Tasmanian £3 ex wharf, Potatoes,-Choico Carmen, £4 10l to £5;' other prime (1ippllland Car mons £4 to £4 10; lIrownella £C to £4 5s; medium and inferior from £2, Onions,-£6 to £6 5s.
IMPORTANT EDUCATIONAL CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914
IMI'ORTANT 1 EIIAC'PIONAI, .Phu Victotrin tiate Cabinet lilts to-day Itrideti to accept. the pro uosa] of ilitiveisity auittIorities t) have sectnatary sthotul leaving certi ficate s suhst~i tiled for the priesent seniorti ;nii li juior liiblicu ;serviCe ex Stres of hav ing 'xhihitions anil 5tltluurs hipis as at, prsitset., thteire sihoituldt Jut s ul' seio ad junior' g'IIner'al st'tloluuv-iiluut, hipsitl sitioirialituior tech itical ducattio n schitolai'shtips, alIi ee'a tl i ug settu ioes~hiijs ior tcvta'twrs a nd stulentut otf stettotariy anti itech ttii itt gtutenerl ii iioir schontlasliips for nttn-M-talt' stholauts wvili te main tainetd.
NORTH OVENS SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914
The 1 ontt hly ,nilth il( w h t, ti ld n it Monday. 'rThe I'resident, ('r. A. I, Jutieii n, ti ulledi the i mt ll', itul other:t pret't;vnt t 'ee: (' it. It. Wtay, I'. Natie ,he in, T h l'ogarty, (r - Kay, J. t'n, ith, W. \W. (lUun, 11. J. tlentu., , V. ('harl loa, 11. Tilley, U. Ill ullihy, on l J, Il eion, (I'ti ltl I, II'()N I)I N c I:, Pi Ir ll ' WyattIa, lt Ild ()llicer, l ler iliortt( 1, notifying l rh t thate t1le Wiont of l'o 'it 1 a ct of i'(lil acres'ree rive for, Ipubi I)tll'tl le, es ILL m loolhatallnI , tdl o01 acr'e: Water reserve, ]l0i theraho(), wilth a view t to lislpo:al of unit will htt onlvsidetretv d y a Locl lani lloard at the tourt nilouel e, Wafttu eatila, 'inetlrh May, wntien coun cillors a tnt attendct if t ien d. 'l he l t'.ti) '(I. l'in emoril er,; stud I'gtglint, aie to tl' t tatel ul, anit ts ,itlrl; .i 11. tlldford anIt d t'. M' Ml)tll ar ito be invited to be hpres' tite. Froem It. (I. Mvcla y, hbo, u ereliiry Ito \t Ingarat m' otor i:;mn,' As ontoa th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914
AIIERN A ND I) M11S\\' IN ' U3AITIIIS'1' Eit & 8U1I1U11'(JIl'S. JiNI1D t3TIU'D'1', WAN UAIt.AI'V1A Dlr. Ah11er11, Coolulleei 110' for New S~outh Woiwie, 'T'rusot and1 othi'r Iionouye to tiol, NOTIJUT'I' & PURW~lO1E, IDarrlatern and1 Holicitora, illilD I3T11II I2' WANUAlIATTA, Mr, 1r, 1', Notceott, ni (5110ouir+i[onor for taking a1Utduvit©; Mll. 10. U. lou', brick, Truot And other Mloneya to Ruund at Lowest Rlatea. CHAS. I, DUlhMbliU4, A.L.V.1,A, Afl0i11;iCET, Faitlhful Struet, Wnngaratta. JASPER IIHUSBAND, IlA., I.L.It., Ilarrlater and $oliettor, REID IITlutNF2P, WANUAiIA'i"1'A, It. A. MUII)UtJII, 13ARRISTl~t1N & H$ob1'1i'ltl, REID BTIIRINT, WANUARAITA, Comniu1itdoner for taking Afildavits, Money. to bend at lowesut rate1, BAR1I$TI3I~ &k ilOLI3V01TO. Thie 11111Iiio ( ratillon alnd ; 1,loch Laving botce dieuolved~, 11r, ·.bl;n111 ,will continue hu aineauvll in C.'thlrnlhcra in Conll]oerei 1 i 1 Biltilitg1l, .eid Mtrcet. Moneys III- awailtingh II1VCdtLI...
MELBOURNE CATTLE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914
. MELBOURNE CATTLE SALIS. On Wednesday 1765 yarded, coush?it ing at 1000 bullocks and 675 cows, and including 450 from the north east. There was a fair attellancio of the local trade, but not many out side buyers present. In bullocks, the .market opened very brio;k at an ad Vance of 10s per head for all primo medium and lightweights, and though the bulk of the ;:ales lshared in the advance, ?ulnpit:iition lacken ed in the r atter part of thl market, the prices for lit er ?or(t receded and on a par with la;t week'a heat rates, closing lirm. heavy weight hullocki were in fuair relue?t throug?hout the day at unaltered valuer;, and in cows, the dIcmInd for all good and prime sorts was bris:k at anr advance of 10s per head. (juotatiorl:: 'ilml pens of bullocks C12 to £11; extrie plens of hullocka, to 1C15; good pens of bullocks .C10 to 1lt 10 i; good light and handy weights £8 10a to £9 7s Gd; second and inlerior from £C6 7s d; prime pens of cow:s £8 10i to C£9 15; extra peC?i of ,ows) £...
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS ALBURY STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914
AUC1TIONEEIVS' REPORTS AI,H?llI ' 'lil't'K MAItKE'It, I)ulgety al, ('o. I iAld., Albury, yaurded ' 10 fat. ld ;;tore ll tlheel, 60 cattle I and )5 pi;'.; at thi(' marl'ket oin 'T'(sdaty. ''ll(r Wa1 it large at (telllalCC of biuyte., tand piricet all 'lncent high rat&lt; es, : L xhrdc wecth ce 27; 10d, goo~n xbllrd etlhelit 23it to 2 to I nd, i 'dJn 114.;; pr1ll Je Xbred ewer 271 old, other;; 2 ;, inierior 171l id; prime xbredt ubs l; t1 , to 20s hd, good ;lis O to )1; 6;1; merlco weth es; 1 '; to 19 I;, odd havy 210 , Jlfler ior 1,5 td tto i,;; m:r'ino ewes 13( ld to 15i I i; It L;,i f it; IIhi;, li t btul lo( kxs I1ll 13) to I421I lnls; lightweight t1J 17 61d to -11, t rimc tcel .t 8 to C?S 15; rilie &,ttW; C to '11 2a d(1, good Clt to 10 ; v: alCer; £1 101 to I25 ', yung c11 alvcn 50st. Store iciatt In, 1 13 It,. Prime a?tcon Pigt; I'2 S15, to I3 5I , lightweights C2 as to L12 Iti, porIk ers 35s to 1Us, mtore 20ll, t lilt 15t, sackers 10s. Y'uounghuband, ilow and C...
ELDORADO COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914
ELDORADO COMMON. L-- e· ---- - At the meeting of the North Ovens Shire Council on Monday a communu ication was read from the Secretary tor Lands, per Mr, J. Dowser, M,L.A., relative to the lldorndo Common, It stated that owing to the recent abolition of Mining Bloards tho. Eldorado Common, which had previously been managed by the Ileechworth Board, would in futuro be under the management of the North Ovens Council, Mr. Edward Welsh, of Eldorado, who acts as Inspector to the Shire Council, and for over thirty years was employed by the Ueochworth Mining 'Board as Herdsman for the ' Eldorado Common, in reply to a question asked by Mr. W, Anderson, C,E., said that he received 4s per annum per head for stock depitstured on the Common. Councillors said the qtiestion gf financing the Common would have to be considered carefully, A statemient of receiptsr acld expen dituro forwarded by Mr. H. IHMcon nld, War'den's Clerk, 3e3chworth, showod the following for the past two years:-Recelpts for ...
BRITISH BUDGET.—£9,000,000 DEFICIT EXPECTED. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914
IRITISH BUDGET,--£9,000,000 DII PIOIT EXPEOCTED. LONDON, Tuesday. A1r, Lloyd-George," OChancellor of the Exchequer, delivered his sixth Budget statement in the House of Commons yesterday. Unlike that of last. year, the 1911 Budget contains some important now taxation pro Xposals, Whe revenue for 1914-15 is estimat ed at £200,635,000, an increase of £4,800,000 on the estimatcs of a year ago, but this advance is more than counterbialanced by a rise of £10,345,000 in the estimatpd expendi ture for 1914-15, which is placed at £205,985,000, There is thus an an ticipated deficit of £5,350,000, while another £4,000,000 will be roquired to assist the local authorities. Mr, Lloyd-George proposed to raise this I £9,000,000 in the following ways: An additional tax is to be imposed on incomes of over £1000 per annum tlp to £3000, The super-tax limit will o lowered to £3000, These re-ad ustnionts will yield £5,350,000, and the super-tax £2,500,000.
MEXICAN BISHOP CRUCIFIED. SAN FRANCISCO, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914
IIEXICAN I3SI-IOP OIIUCIWl 1qD. SAN FRANCISCO, Monday Night. Early In April the rebell-lbrigaand Zapata captured the llishup CtamnIno:y Angoles of Chalapa, all lehll him prisoner in the vicinity of (;ua'rnei'a. Ho demanuded a rIanisoln of 5u,(00 pesos, and, failing payment., threat. cnued to crucify the Ilislhop on G)tood Friday. Mexican refaugecs, who have reached this city, leport that the Zapatoistas duly cruciticd the unfortunate Dishop, when lie rifused to give the rebels the funds of the Mhurch. T'he brigands nailed him to a cross and left him to die a linger ang death,
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914
GENERAL. M, Caillaux, whose wife shot the editor of "Figaro," fought a duel vyith his political opponent 1)alllere, bn Monday. Dalliero missed, Caill aux fired in the air, and they re turned toParis satisfled. The great German steamship com panies Hlamburg--Amerika and Nord doutchor Lloyd have agrood to com bino, They make a total of 8,117,000 tons. 1ov, Silvostor Horne, of White ield's Church, London, has died auddeoly,
AUSTRALIAN BOXER.—FIGHTS WELL IN ENGLAND. LONDON, Monday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914
AUSTflALIAN B3OXiER.-1IGIHTS .WELL IN ENGLAND, LONDON, Monday Midlnight, Colin Bell, the young Australian heavyweight boxer, met "Joo" Jean iotto, the well known American ne gro heavyweight, in a 20 rounds con test at I'remiorland to-night, The inatch-was for a purse of x800 and a side-stake of £100, It wont . the full twenty rounds,, and the referee awarded- the decision to Jeannette on points. A largo section of the hpectators' evidently thought? that Bell, had won, and they greeted the verdict with '!hoolng," Bell showed considerable advantage in the early j'ounds, Up to the eighth he was always the aggressor, but in that Iround, Jeannette throw off his cau tion and forced the fighting. As Boll is quite young, it may be that Aus tralla has at last got a good heavy weight,
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914
Whitfield Sale,.---*H1elrH 14VVOIuH andld ;IlalnI.lalnd will hold their Whitlhild lluck Hale otl Frida' y lecxt lit $Bwln lli.ne's yank. Ilo;pital Medlical Officer.--l)r. J. 8. lHied, who lllit l etill appointed reld denl edi lt l'l oll ierr it O W 1\Ylllrll 'llt t l nsillntal for I:. onlu iths, arrived lai t it.lt , lie will take I Lup hi:i dut ioti to-day. Tinihlick Scholo - 'lihe Miilirter for 'l bli , I Ii iue ioln nut. latithol rired it.h ifolhltwintg niic ' e yiy work to he Ilo e t, this ,thiol, 1i pair:, paitll il i anid erect 'lilo of 11 W out a liceI , S rii e onillittelded by the Publli Worl'lt? Ilh tart it' ll t. flharill aii e., ()i11 Monday next, Alerr \ill I lnainll, NeWivi, ll and (0, will hold a cleaing stale al Ibhilt %wVr'Imth . (ccoutti .xecutlar?s of the late Mr. A. All 'allmn. 'They will tlier ;i'23 octet' nraziitt; Area, hItorle:, eat Ile, imlpl e lnent:, furniture, etc. 1111I cy Illl sS 1lail. --The' fnney ,Idr,::: hall (0 he held in the Tlherttre 1tlyal on\ W...
BULK HANDLING. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914
BULK HANDLING, d- he report of the iRoyal Commnniet C5 on the hulk handling of wl )I trongly reconueilltl ded the Cov( , nmeat to abolish the bag syst 'ho erect elevators and convert the r ily way rolling stock. The Govornr considered the cost of the propc change, not alone to the Rail, finances, but to the wheat grov t, also, and decided not to pro( without further inquiry. This red followed by the report of Mr. F lIn patrick, Chief Commissioner of II y, ways, who had just returned fi ano an inspection of the railway syst ,n t of the Continent, United States Canada, He had made a close amination of the great grain el( tore of Montreal, in company v Sir Thos. Tate, and madoe other quirles, and the result confirmed opinion formed by the late Mathleson, Chief Commissioner, i the time had not arrived for the troduction of the system In Victo d(e Sir Thos, Tate, who knows- ey ic- detail of the Canadian system, tor who when he first came to Victc Al. was favourable to its introduci here,...
ROAD QUESTION AT CARRARAGARMUNGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914
IROAD QUESTION AT CARRARA GARMUNGEE, At the April meeting of the North Ovens Shire Council a letter was received fromn J, lloyd, applying for permissiion to lease a road between Mr. Kvogh's and his own properties, The Ta'lrrawingee lhiding Councillors -Crs, Smith, GIlnn and Kay-heold thit. the roadt was Ialmost eqtual to a main road, and shoultl not be clos ed. A loltion wllt moved by Or. K Iemm, and i;econded by Cr. Naugh tin, that the tpplitcatioin be held over for one ionltlith, Cr. 5mith moved an aimeiithlllmi, Hettillded by Cr. Gani, that thle appliciatiton he refused, The itnieillhlti wat s carried by sevell 'otes to foulr, ALt thll mnee ting of the Council held ili Mondllay the muilttor algain came up for iiiicutiait il ', Thie 'resident, (ir, A, 1, Jatcksonttl, toccupied the chair, atnd otlher; piresent, werc--Crs , H, R. \V'ay, P. Nullghltin, 'I' Fogarty, J., Smith, G, Kily, IV, .ltuni, H. J, Kleniin, \V. ('hlarltoni, 11 l)iley, J., Brien, andll (I. Ilhandley, Fro1m I), Keo...