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GRETA SOUTH PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
G( EtiLA SOUTH PIONIC. (reta ,omitI wlal eln fetlo on Wed tetlda y last, whlt the etltideltI. of the: t rlltlict ai:mIllblued at the state eCIoul tO hhl l t pl, lIcnt, which ilr'V ed It uitcceitollll 1it1 fllel yllllly ait llte ticipatced. Early in the day the young lulk were ni trll', with hearti all aglow with tholughtti of the glad timUe belor thelll. 'lhey were inot disappointed, for the lengthy ipro gralllle of ueveltn alrl'rilgll( d by tihe comnmittee, cOllllllulncl it 11 o'clock in the m orning aid did Iniot terlllll . ate until dallIr . fly thati tli' verII'y child had gamed a priuze It ioiImt shaple or forml, tolld wait nlW thor oughly tircd out. T'1he pilcic wa;i held on the road ill front, ofl the Greta South School. The real picIic element was presented, wheon alt lunch time maIny "plr'cad;"' ladenl with choice edibles, were laid outl, uide111rh neathl the tall and ilpraIcliti plfne trees surroundillng thle lchoolo. llluncI over, the real irograrlllllloe was coll nlmeced...
DISTRICT NEWS MOYHU. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
DIjIBy1'ICJT\ N IWS MOYHU. At a well attended oeetinug held at tchul'sn IHlall on Ouaturday night, and prosrided over by Mr. J, J. Petty it wan decided to form a rillo club. Over thirty miemhert have joined, and Mr, (G. \Wilkinson in acting as secretary pro tem, A committee, consisting of Meaern J. Potty, J. Johnston, II. H1ill, MAl Prendergast, I), Woods, tand (I, Wilkinson, was aplpointed to illºpect and report on three trllto olferilng for ia range, with a view to selecting the more sult able. The many frienrlds of Mrs Cozons, senr,, will be pleased to hear that she is naking good progress towards recovery, despite her great age of 82 years, OXLEY. A very pleasant evening was spent here on Friday night at a social ar ranged by the School Committee to welcome the now teacher, Mr. Wal ker, and Mrs Walker, both of whom are hold in high esteem by the par onts of children attending the school. A small charge was made to cover expensos, and a small profit made, it will be added to the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
SSO1N /1 SPECIALI EST' k ') COMSULTING OPTICIANS MakIoro or I'erxcct visi~ion (class;es tha\t willl rollovo )lyo tttrail, Hoadachc)o lund Nonlrali1a, flOIENTIYIC UIU]IT UN TING VISITS WVAN( A~A U'PTA, and( Ilily be consulltd All Day at P'rlntod and Publihod by Maxwell anid fawesr, at "'rho Chronicle" (hllhce, Mlurphy Street, Wauga ritta, \Vood®i' ("rent, I (leplpeniinL (Curo, Forl coulb~b ( old cyllls, uuver latin, 1/C LADIES! The House for Quality, Value and Smart Styles. hi Costumes, Ladies' anid Girls' rMillllircy, Coats, Illouses, Dresses, Underclotlling, Neckweari, lHoslery, 1Maitchester, etc. 'PA 9 99 Murphy Street, PA Y N "Wangaratta. Ladies' Navy Sergeo Coat, and Skirt Costumes, tailor-mado, trimlmed with htttonl, i57 Gd, 65nS, 758s, 848, Ladios' Illack and White Check Coat and Skirt Costunlme, trinimed with Black Volvet and lluttons, 45s, Ladies' line Black Serge Coat and Skirt Costumes, tailor-mnado, trim mcid with Black Moiro, 65, 848,. Ladics' H-eather Mixture Tweed Coat...
A BALKAN HORROR. VIENNA, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
A DALKAN HORROR. VIENNA, Thursday Night. Advices recoived hero confirm the reports that the Epirotes had cruel lied 200 Mohammodan Albanians in the Orthodox Ohurch at Kodra, afterwards,soetting fire to the build ing. Almost unboliovablo cruolty was shown towards tho Albanians. Nails were drivon through their chests and into their hands and foot. The Epirotes also tortured a number of Albautan children at Ho-ormo a in many cases cutting ofi the flingers.
THE SERVANTS OF THE STATE [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
THE SERYVANTS OF THE STATE (Dy "The Critic.") The Labour Party's giving Premier Holman a rough ,blow, When they say he is a servant, and nothing elso you know. His opinions they may diller, but mine at any rate, Coincide with what they term him "a servant of the Btate." Our Ministers in office ought to act both lair and square, Not be too domineering, when' they happen to' got there, Uliless they do their duty, they will quickly know their fate, And losa a rosy billet, though they're servants of the State. Now, Holman, so it seems, is not contented with his lot; Were it the Liberal Party, he might find a brighter spot, He might become like Wellington or oven Admiral Drake, But tilll he must admit he is a ?or vwant of the State, What'cr our avocation is, the law ILakcs it quite clear, We are nothing else but servants, the nameo as Holman hero; The (lovernor-in-Council, to the poor est reprobate, Are chlaisilid as nothing else but nervants of the State, We lshould try to servo our cou...
HOME RULE. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
HOM1E RULE, LONDON, Thursday Night, Mr, John Redmond, leader of the Irish National!st Party, definitely denied to-day that the "conversa tions" between the Party leaders on the Irish question had boon renewed with a view to further concessions by the Home Rulers. He oxpresscs himself as confident that the Home Rule Bill will be sent to the House of Lords `without. alteration bo'ore Whitsuntide.
LATE DUKE OF ARGYLL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
LATE DUKEn OF AIGYLL, The body of the lato Duke of Ar 'ivll was brought to London to-day from East Cowes, where.he died, It is now lying in Westminster Abbey for the service to be hold there to morrow, at which the King and Queen Mary will be present. The in torment will take place in Scotland. The Duke married the Princess Louise.
WATER ON MARS. NEW YORK, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
WATIR ON MARS. NI'W YORK, Priday. Professor Lowell, of the Lowell Ob servatory, the keenest investigator of the question as to whether Mars is 'inhabited or not, has made a most. I 'interesting announcement at Boston, He-l stated that the spectroscope shows beyond doubt that there. Is water on Mars. He belleved, though, that the water supply of the planet is only one-third of that of the earth.
GRADING OF CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
GRADING OF CREAM, --- 9 +---- The good name of Victorian butter, built up by the pioneers of co-opera tive dairying,.is in danger of being lost in the oondon market. As early as January, of last year we called at tontidn to the serious nature of the rori?pts;:coming from London, The lierchaiaits. itlhere havo been warning us for some :time. that the quality of out butter:is on the down grade, Now the prices of Danish and Aus trallan talk more forcibly than the merchants . The choicest Victorian how sellsiat 102s and 108s per cwt,, while lii .the rsama miarket the Danish is sold for 111 and 113s: New pea land, on the contrary, maintains a higher position in London than Vic toria or Australia. Thie reason is that New Zealand has had the wis dom to make its butter from whole milk,: What is the cause of the sinis ter check given to this valuable ex port trade? We all know the cause very well,. It is the cream separa tor, or the penny wise and pound foolish policy, We are well aware that...
A PREMIER IN SHACKLES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
A PREMIER IN SHACKLES, AustralHt will feel a keen interest in the result otthe conflict of Mr. 1ol man, Premier of New Bouth Wales, with the Labour Party. The Politi cal Labour Council has informed him that it claims the right to nominate the, members of the Logislative Coun cil of Now South Wales. Mr, Hol man has replied that the Cabinet and that alone has the power and res ponsibility of appointing members of the Council, which is a nominee body, and that he will refuse to delegate the power to the Political Labour Council. This is, of course, Hlat blasphemy, and the Premier of the Mother State is this week haled before a meeting of the Political Labour Council to answer for his sin. The fact that Mr. Meagher, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, and his mortal enemy, is President of the P.L.O. gives a zest to the encounter. Tho organ of Labour, "The Worker," in its last issue has informed the Premier that he is Lab our's servant, not its master, and that his Government is Labour'...
DOIG & VALLENDER WANGARATTA MARKET. Thursday, May 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
DOIG & VALLENDER WANCGARAT.TA ,MARKET. Thursday, May 7th. Doig 'and Vallejlder report: To-day's market was lightly supplied with fat cattle, in fact the smallest yarding, for many years; the qa;laity, with tuo exception of a few head, being very indtflerent, naturally com petition was very keen, and high prices ruled. Store Cattle were only moderately represented, the demand about the same as last market, Fat b'heop,-A fair yarding, comprising several lines of prime wothers ana ewes, which sold readily at an ad vance of fully 2s per head on last market, rates, A line of 140 wethers from "Roidsdale," on a/c Mrs Shaw, making the splendid average of 261 Gd; our consignments making'. the top price of 2is 11d. Lambs were in keen demand, best selling to 17s Gd. Store Sheep.-Breedfng ewes sold un der last market quotations, whilst the demand for weaners very strong, all yarded, selling'readily at improv ed rates. Fat Cattle.-We sold' in dillerent' quality cows to £5 10s; vealers to...
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO MYRTLEFORD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
J- JC'I e II LiS' REDitORTS e'J.,ANA(aAN, NEiWMA'N & 00 M YiH'I,EEUltl) MAlK.ET. Flltllltgaun , New\ltln anlld Cuo, report hlnelug hicld their fortnightly inarnet at MIyrtlcfiord last W\ cdaea;dty. l'igs. ---Uu1d supp'ly pI'fited; demanltd bri;&; lorwaid pig i38 anid 3u s GI; slilps I/ i; 1lhierl', 138i to 1G8. 'heep,--We had a good penning of prime qu (al ity sheep, anld rices were high througlot, ltand an entllire clearance was electe d, 'lop price of the day was obtained for a peo of very prime wethllrs Eold for Mr. Jas. Morrison,, which made 25s Gd, pur chased by Mr. J. iR, Newey; prime ewes 19s 6d; u/c Mr. T. McOurran, same owner a lambs 13s 6d; ewes for Mr. T, B. Milne 19s 3d; Happy Val ley lambs 168s d; lambs a/o Newton Diros, 17s 9d, Fat Oattle.-A first class supply of good to prime qual ity cattle, and the demand through out was active, at prices in advance of late ruling rates. There was a good attendance of butchers, and besides grazders bid for quite a-nu...
Late Cable News MEXICAN OUTRAGE. WASHINGTON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
Late Gable n [FROM REUTER.] MI'XIOAN OUTlAGE,, WASHINGTON, Friday, Serious news has been received from Guadalajara, capital of Julisco, and situated 285 miles W.N.W. of Mexico City, Two British subjects have been murdered at the mines in the vic inity of that city. Seven Americans were surrounded by a band of Mexi cans in the same neighbourhood, but the fate of these men is not known, The civil war in Mexico is again in full blast, Heavy fighting has been taking place between the Huer tan forces and the Constitutionalists. The rebels are employing a bhi-plano. In a recent flight over the town, the aviator dropped a bomb into Maza tlan, with the result that four per sons were killed and eight wounded. The reobls have captured Acapon eto \ith its garrison, and also Topic (30 miles N.W. of Guadalajara) after heavy fighting; also Mazatlan,
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
Ai 1I ,I3OUUNI zI tA'rI4N' MAI(IC'r. oil WYednenday titeIC was a IargU attdlianc of locll iiI uutcide trade wl; \ lll I h leirtl .yard to (l i ly l; i v f ilt~, (tre( relisii alie ri ItN lilt; I( 1:11 hit;, (O ra·; it) 3:13 I'it; GI; 1":'.UI I Iiuill uic' ;,;, S:.'5 '(i\\' ; (1 t1 6 ic .; W err vi old. licrc were very fll' Dlniii ilvi,, hut thii drliniii iir'cvh; v li;t,,
JUVENILE ENTERTAINMENT. BISHOP REVILLE DISTRIBUTES PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914
JUVYENILE ENTERTAIN 'MENT, --1+ -- BISHOP RE19VI1,L DISTRlIIIUTIES So that tihe work of pupile pro paring for tIhe annual oxaminations should not I) interfered with, the concert given IInnually by the pupils of St. .Joiseph's High School, at Christmas time, was last year aban doned by the Nuns of the Blrigidino Convent, and lixed to take place early in the present year. It was carried out on Thursday night, when St. Patrick's Hall was filled with an interested audience, which appreciat ad the efforts of the pupils to deo light and please, The way in which the performers acquitted themselvep, showedi careful and patient training on the part of the Sisters. Little ..tots, three and four years old, wont through their parts !with an ease and correctness that was remarkable; and it was their efforts that pleased the audience most, The vocal and in strumenontal items wore good, espoc ially the planoforte solo, Miss P. Powley's solo, "The Swallows," was sweetly sung, The Scarf Drill was ex...