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WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914
WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL, The for'tnightliy meetiiing of the Wanga'ratta llorough (Counitl was heold on Monday ni.ght. The Mayor, Or. (1, Maxwell, occiulied the elinair, anud otheri' prestent wur'cr Crs, ., 11, Iaandford, l'\ (', i'uririck, J. Tweed, T. Prentice, (. .;\. TI,'iagIe, A, 11, Smith, and \V. 11, Edwards. ('OH) l l ( E ['NION l,)|N('Nl. lFrom Shire oiu Newham and Wood end, forwarding copy o0 the follow ing resolution pIx; ed by that shire: -"That this council, believing the lpowecs vested in the iiountrly holads lonrad by virtiie of lite Country loands Act. are provilng detmental to the principleh' s i ml inlterests of lo cal governmentl, in of opillio that, a conferenee of all country munieipali tieo should h con ivened to discuss the matter. The appiiinatllllnt of a dele gate or delegates was asked. Thiu Mayor scnaidh the'ir cillalr waue belated. ''They were well aittislied with the explaamtion- gi\'in by the Board at \\ainaurid I la. Cr. A. 1,1. 'Smnith imwovd, ,c'lO...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914
FRANKI A. CI. BfJIIO', Pri vato A (Il te;;,i : U'IN t'I' iNI'I;'1, (ii ClINIC ION I lOIN Cu, Murphy-st. I'Tiono I;10, IDaily 1( aui to 12 a.m. Wangarata Trotting Club. III ITllD)AY Al HII'IN(. To be held ot the Wtutliartt. ltTIaecollure oIl WEDNESDJI-V, JUNEL 10, 1914. P It 0 (1 It A M Ml l: First.ltace to gtart at 2 i.m. First IRcL to Start at 2 p,i, WAN(GAItATTA TII('IT IN( U?dlJl 11AND)[(A'P.--)itianco Trot, of 12 SHoV.; ne etold hoe to receive 2 t ovu, out of stUke. li milet;. Fiot horses that co do 2,10 or better, Nominttiltn 1I2;, atceclptllnce free. llTIII I)AY iANIN1)IAIAP--(Open,) Distance Trot of 10 Hovt.; second horse to receive 2 toYv8, out of stake, 9 furlongs. Nolination U);; liecepta tIr e free, IAltM111itS' AND TiLtA )iiSMINS' TROT,-Distance Ilandip? '?'rot. of uov.; secolld horse to receive 2 sovo otut of take, i', mile;I , ,'o) nil ilorses that have not won a first prizJe of t:) or toverl, I)Wlit l Iby I)hontt-lidt Farmner, T'lradesman or Ilusine:aa?ita, ,and tuied...
WANGARATTA WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 May 1914
WANGARA'iTTA WATERI TRUST, The monthly nimetilug of the \Van garl',atta W;i,'i 't'rut was held on Monday night. The Chtitirolnian, Cons. G. lae.wi'll , tcttcpied the chiir, anld othuit i pretsc ,t w 'er -:---I itit , 1V, I-I. lidwanrdt, A. I1, Smith, (. A. Tea glIe, ' l. 're Itiet I, J. Tweed, F. O. 'urnirick, J. 11. Saiultfod and Dr. 1J, J, McCtardel, ('t ltltil, ' ;i'1)N )i.NCN,. i'From Ahiern c a ail dlwiney, solicl tir it)o th it' 'l'r t, stating. that they have iJattrct.td Alr. loroney to taii the nicetrltl.y steps to enforce hit; coiplilaice with the Trrust's no lice, nltl that unless the notice ia iiidtbltely cotllipcld with procced ingh will he taken without' further notice, Coln, Purbrick said he had been informed that day that a pig was disporting itself in the river above the police paddock, In reply to Oom, Purbrick., Mr. W. H. ,Scott, 0,1d., said he had visit ed Mr. Moroney's, and finding that things wore not proceeding as desir ed by the Trust ho had waited oii the sol...
LOCAL LAND BOARD. BOORHAMAN RECREATION SITE. TWO RESERVES TO BE SOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
LOCAL LAND) BOARD, 1UtRI-IiAMAN lliil, IiATION 1?1I'E. TWO IlElBiitV?V 'IT1 lIE SOId). A witting of the Iocal ILald Bloard was heol at the Court llhl us, Wan garatta, yesterday morning, Mr'. ''T. E. Wyatt, Land Olicnr, tllechworth, and Mr. it. J. Gray, Ilietrict Sur voyor, Ilunalla, presiding. 'i'he pril cipal matter dealt with wai?; the api plication of the residentsi o l looi uha maIl for the revueltionl of reservations Of 101 c?.r1, allot 127A (Water lRceerve), t'arih of lontherambo, and 6(I acrel;, allot, 151D (Reserve for l'ulblic lurlposes), loorhaman, with a view to the dis posal of the lands comprised therein, and with the proceeds purchase i sintable site near the township a; a recreation reserve. Or, A. L, Jackson, President of the North Ovens Shire Council, said thle council had discussed the matter and were unanimous that neither reserve was required for tile purpose fort which it was act aside. Tile reserves have been let for grazing purposes for some years, The greater...
NORTH-EASTERN DISTRICT RACING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
NORTH-EASTERN DISTRICT RACING AS8OIATION, A moceting of the provisional corn nlteco appointed to plrepare the busi noss for the lirst general meeting of the Association was held at Mont gonmery's Council Club Hotel on 'I'uoasday, 'and waa well attended, only one of the neassociated clubs failine to send a delegate, The clubs rep resented were Ilarnawartha, Beech worth, Ohlltern, Doo ie, Itutherglen, S3t, James, Sprnghurst, Wangaratta~ Whorouly, Wodonga, larrawonga, and St, Patrlc,'s, \'arrawonga, and several of the committeeomen int mated that they had been informed by members of other clubs that they contemplated joining in the moeomeint when it was fairly start ed, $ Mr, Geoe, Maxwell, who was piro. visionally appointed President at the conferancc, too.i the chair; and others present were Meisrs W, Two mey, B. Woodhead, E. Hlicks, W, Callander, W, R, Commins, G. Car ver, P, ,Oonnell, P. Glceson, J, Cahill, and D. Cunneen, and Mr IH, Halligan, hen, secretary, some of the committo3e...
A.W.N. LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
A.W,1 ;', Gi.Jml, A s51inl in connection witll the Whitfield branch of the A,W.N, Lea guo was hold in the M. rha llo' Hall on Tuesday evening, mainly for the purpose of hearing a lecturer of the l eague, Mrs. Hope. The thatr was occupied ly Mr. Stewart, Pr esidnt cf the local branch of the People's Party Mr. Stewart, in introducine the lecturer, highly commended the Women's League for their enthus iasm. They were an organiasd force and were making their influence felt --and that for good. He gaveo Mrs, Hope a very cordial welcome to Whitfield, (Applause), Mrs, Hope then for one hour gai the one hundred people present a very interesting lecture on the or ganlsatlon. She advocated the formation of a De~ating Society it connection with each branch, The lectureor urged the formation of a girls' branch, so that they mnilht be educated in the responsible duties devolving on them when they attain womanhood. A ready response to this appeal was the formation of a Girls' Branch of twenty memb...
DISTRICT NEWS. BOWMANS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. 3BOWMANS, Mr. Wnalter We\lls, who l in employed as dayinlan in thi Blcchliworthli ihir Council, mit with a very erioui arc cident, which I'sultced in Ia comjipoulnd fracture of thlo leg; and hli now liuni In the lcschworth lluo;pital,. iIe wA> Cycling down 1a hill about two mnilc out of llcrchworth, whlen he collided with n bIiitchlr'is cart, which was travellinhg in tihe oppoliti, direction. Hid iiany fricndls of thils district wish him a speildy rrecovery, Snakes are still inoving aibout, as two large black onuCt wvuor dcspatch ed dluring the ll isti week, They woere crawliiig acrolss'. the rodl, One would not expect to lind them iinoving albout at this timeno of tile yeur., The usual monthly meeting of the local School (olliinitt?e wanl held on Saturday night. Or. J, F. Ferguson presidng, It was decided to have the grounld graded, and dralined as soon as possible, Otiher minor re pairs are also to lie attended to, Farmors of this district 'aro put ting In their ...
FATAL LEVEL CROSSING ACCIDENT. MISS EDITH GARNETT THE VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
FATAL LEVEL CROSSING ACCIDENT. MISS 'IDITH GARNETT THB VICTIM, Miss Edith Garnett, who has for many years conducted a private hos pital in Wangaratta, was Killed yes terday afternoon on the railway level crossingr in Rowan street, Thel sad accident caused expressions of sincere regret on all sides, as Miss Garnett was well 4nown and widely respected. The occurrence was witness ed by two little girls returning from school, the driver of a butch er s cart, and two or three othoer persons, besides the driver and fire man on the train, Miss Garnett left her home shortly after two o clook to do sonio shoUping, She had called at Mr, Hughes a, chem ist,, and Mbssrs Callander and. For er's and at the ( ommonwoalth Savings Bank, and was carrying a small hand bag in one hand and holding a parasol in the other, It is believed that she was reading a letter as she walk;ed along and that she neither saw nor heard the train until too late. She was run down by the 4,20' p.m, up passenger train from...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
FLANACAh, EWMIVAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES. ATU?l'rtAY, 9th MAY. Clearing Sal it Iright iiccount Mr. W. J, Noble. MONDAY, llth MAY, Clearing Sale of land, stock and oflocts 'at .lobilnatwarrahf, ccount Exocutore Ihto 1), McCallum, TUESDAY, 12th MAY, Pig and Dairy Cattle Market. WEDNESDAY, 13th MAY. Groat Special Sale of 700 Storo Cat tle at our Myrtleford Yards. THURSDAY, 14th MAY. Moyhu Monthly Market, MONDAY, 18th MAY. Sale of the high-class Furnishings of the Clear Crook Homestead, El dorado, WEDNESDAY, 20th MAY, Myrtloford Fortnightly Market. STHURaDAY, alst MAY. . Wangaratta' Sheep and Cattle Mar ket, ; .' FRIDAY, 22nd MAY. , Special Horse Salo at Wangaratta. SATURDAY, 23rd MAY, SAle, of Wangaratta Town Properties, on account: of various owners, as ; dvertlsoed, TUESDAY, 26th MAY, Pig and Dairy Cattle Market. FRIDAY, 29th MAY, Sale of 162 acres Doderang Freehold Land, account Mr. W. J, Smith. To be offered at Glen Crook 1Ho tel, Doderang. SATURDAY, 30th MAY, Olearing Sale ...
Late State News MELBOURNE MARKET. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
i IIIJOI lNI,\ MAK?EilT, Friday, \\heat firm at 3s 10d to 38 li1d. Filolur,-Mellbourno delivered £9. Ilran and Pollard,-Quotation for oran is £5 and pollard £5 5s toll, Oats,-Milling ls 10 to ls lld; seed higher; fair to -ood ls 9d to is '.. d, Barley.-Malting Chevallor to 3s Gd: Cape malting 2s Sd, Maize,-=Trado lots 3s 11d to 4s. Ohaff,--Prmno to choice £ 2s Gd to £? 7s 6d; good £2 17s Gd to £3, Hay and Straw.-Mangor hay £4 10s to £5; sheavoi £3,-to £3 5s; chaff ing £2 Se to £2 10s; Victorian straw 35s; Tasmanian £3, Potatoes,-Oarmons, choice £4 10s; special Trafalgar £4 15s, occasional ly slightly higher; good Carmons £4, Brownells £3 10s to £4., Onlons,-£6 to £6 5s,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
W')Ud43 (roret Popperwiiit CurI. 1/6. W~lvoll:' (1teut I.'upllurulittt urm. 1/6. k1'4,Cf jlpi(,iICIljiia I'nn1l, I IVuotdu' (scut ll 'uppi~r riiiut Cure, 1/6, CONSIGN YOUR RtA 131T, b'OX, and other FIJIIItDI) SKINS, IIDIJDES, TALLOW, ETO,, to Dalgety and Co,, Ltd. ALBURY. PROMPT IRETURNB,. EXPERT ATTENTION TO ALL CONSIGNMENTS. LIBEIIAL ADVANCES IF REQUIR IED. Look! A Motor Car FEE FROM CONTINUAIA, ultRAKI)OWN, TIHIi CONSTANT I'AYING FOR' RlE PAIRS, WYHICH HAPPEN TO INFE1IORI CARS, CAN lie IIEMIDI ED BY BUYING A HUPMOBILE Don't Forgot Twelve Months Guarantee Given with these Silent Running Cars UIASY TO-DRIVE, ECONOMICALLY TO RUN, AND EXCEPTIONALLY FINN IN APPEARANOE, DON'T HESITATE, BUY ONE OF' THESE BEAUTIFUL CARS NOW, AND BE IN THE FASHION. We are the direct representatives of the Australian Agents, and will be pleased to supply you with full particulars. The Hupmohile is not the Cheapest Motor on the Market, but it is the CHEAPEST PRICED OAR, consistent with best Workmanship. A. ...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
GUNNRAL NI1WS, Bombnardier Wells is preparing to meet Georges Carpentier again. At Ghent Carpentier heat him in four rounds, and in one round in Lon don, In Lawn Tennis singles for Davis Cup team Kingscote wa+s, beaten by HI. Thomas. Germany intends excluding pcliti cal undesirables from Alsace-Lor raine. Frenchmen are not to be al lowed permits. Several Duma Socialists , have been suspended for disorderly inter ruptions, Fifty thousand workers of St. Pot ersburg have gone out on strike as Protost, Chiltern Liberal Lengues Strengthened. S-Our Chiltorn correspondent informs us that political matters have boon receiving attention in that district lately, Mr. Potts, the lield repro ltlltative of the Poople's Party, has t:een actively engaged during the last two wooks rallying and strongthen inig the liberal ranes, and has met with groat success, E,idently Mr. I otts's efforts have boon attended With great success as a strone branch of the Party is now estab !ished, On Tuesday evening a...
WAR OF 1812. WASHINGTON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
WAR OF 1812, WASHINGTON, Thursday Night. An arbitration tribunal has been sitting in Washington for the puir pose of investigating the respective claims of Groeat Britain and the Un ited States arising out of the war of 1812.. The tribunal has awarded £5000 against the United States with 99 years interest for the illegal sols ure of the British ship Lord Nelson, two weeks before the war broke out, It has been decided that the tribunal shall re-assemble in Paris in July to make its decisions on the points, which remain to be settled,
EDI RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
EDI RACES. After It lplps Iof threeC years the hhli lace Club held an unregsILcretI leleting oil Wedilrudity, iI I '. l '. Acl.agher' p'tddolt , h!di. The pil ec c'oaen i:; an idelt one for iuelh it gatherintg, tihe colllre Ieinlg clear of till bcr, and the itraight ii 1i:1;1itua1 t on I rise, froll ewhich vatILIIag point pectlators oltaited a ine view of the racing fll through. Fronm the straightll entrance to the judge's e;tandI theLre is I sharp LICIent, which teli lieverely o(I the uLltrailled horse. 'l'The track wias In excellent order, ndtl large holds nilld good racilng were the orders (of the day. Thle lneeting :was carriedl out unllder the rules of the North-EaIterl Unregistered IaeCC i('11(hl' Asliooiation, and the stewaLrds, follo)winl on tile example set by thIelir lohlllawarrlah neighbours llast month, were out to keep the racing cleain and above board. In this way only will unregistered race meetings he litade attractive to the public. ''lhere van ai very fair attendan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
AIiEIliN ANI) A' 8\ INEY lJARlISTEI' S & SOlI(ITOiTS, 111?01) STRIdET, WVANGAlRATTA, Mr, Ahern, Connmistionnr for Now South Wales. Trust and other Moneys to Lend. NOTOUTT & PURIBRICK, Barristers and Solicitors, RIID STREIET, WANGAIIATTA, Mr. T. F. Notcutt, a (onuunittioner for taking aflldavits; Mr. F. c. l'tur brick. Trust and other Moneoy to Lond at Lowest Rates. OHAS. 11, SUMMERS, A.R.V.I,A. AROHITEOT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta. JASPER HU813AND, B.A., L.L,,3,, Barrister and Solicitor. REID STREET, WANGARATTA. H. A. MURD00H, BARRISTER & SOLIOITOR, REID STREET, WANGARATTA. Oommissioner for taking Allidavits. Moneys to Lend at lowest rates. IrHOMAB GRAHAM, B.L., BARRISTER & SOLIOITOR. The firm of Graham and Ma.rdock having been dissolved, Mr. C.;ahamn will continue business in Chlamners in Commorcial Buildings, Reid Street. Moneys are awaiting investment at turrest rates. DANIEL J. CONNELL, Barrister and Solicitor. MURPHY STREET, WANGARATTA A Commis...