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CARBOOR [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914
CARBOOR On Saturday night 'noxt, 16th inet., Dr. Leach will deliver hii famnous lecture on "The llirde of Australia." The entertainment will be held in the Carhoor EfaHt State Selhool, and the proceeds will he devoted to the school library, l)r. ieach ie; giving the lecture at the invitation of the School Committee, and it is hoped that there will he a large attendance to hear this highly inlteresting and educational lecture,
RACE COURSE IMPROVEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914
RACE COURSE IMPROYEMEXIS ----+ -------- The Trustees of the WangaraLta lacecourse met, on the course- on Saturday afternoon to consider vari extensive scheme of improvoements, There were presont-Mcssrs .J, B. Docker, sonr,, , i. R. Living, A. Clements, G. Maxwell and J. Sisoely. After discussion they agreed on an oxtons vo scheme of improvements, which when completed will make th3 course and appointments thoroughly complete, It is now intended' to erect a fence of sawn timber on thd outer side of the racing track and'-attach wire to it and the inlide fence so that sheep can 'boe gried on the track, during the spring .'o eat down the grass, which in thp past had to bhe out for the Show`i ieeting at consld erable cost, Horse4 and cattle will then be excluded from wandering on to the track and damaging it in the way they have in the past. The present main entrance will be closed and about ton chains along Appin lane a new public entrance gate with neat approach will be made, At the ext...
ENGLISH BILLIARDS. LONDON, Monday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914
ENGLISH BILLIARDS. LONDON, MIonday. MLdnight. "Tom" Reoce is now beolig hard pressed by Melbourne Inman,. The scores now stand: RE?01 (receives 1000) ,., 10,109 INMAN , 9,8:0 At last George Gray seesis to have regained his form. icores; GRAY .,... .,,.. 8,812 NEWMAN (receives 2,000) 10,2718 Gray made breaks of 357 and 491, both of which were mostly o0f the red.
MISS ELLEN TERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914
MISS ELLEN TERRY, (By Wangnrattal.) "Thie I ondon lIntertliilnient Syndi c'ate preselte Mie s ,Ellen lTerry. 'lThree discourse. on T'he IHerol'nea oft Slhakespeare, with llustrative Act in . uaturdity, ,ly tlth, in the 'T'owvn Ilhll, Aleliliournie." So retad the advertisemllellt in I atlurd y'sL AI rgus. I first tiw Ellen 'Trry play P'ortia in IKnlappl's 'heatilre in (laisgowt. I wais young, iaidii recenttly comlle froi A lint Lalu . The scelne rises before nie. ' lie greatt lheatutre tlihrtoged witrh tilt beauty and f+u;hion, the intellect and c'tunIerI e of the second city in the liiipire, aill heldl loeatlhless hy the possioll aidl power, the moving drama of life in ftr away Venice, re created by the geniti of Slhaksplleare and presented that evening with the perfection of detail of tlhe greatest stagge mattlttage 'r anlld actor oif lill time --Henry, Irving. Irving (Shylock), 19llen Terry (Portia), and 'Perri, (ltauslinio) were of cotnrse the c'en tral figures of that ntight, hb...
DISTRICT NEWS. BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. l3ENALL.A, AMr, Wi l. Li, ttle, ?on of the latt Air. \Villiaun Iittle, died on latur day at lhe ige of 72, lHe came t( Australia in 1843 with hit father lie lea\'ve a wife andi three onal andi two daiughtcri,. - The ldeath occurred on l'riday o a MAlrs. Uatherine Farr, of lhiungeet ia n the age of 71. She cunamo to Vic o toria in 1856. She leaven ia nlall of. four ion11 aniid live dial gllihtrct. e EVERTON. A dance, p1ro1t0.11ed by the Ever e toll and ''larrawintgee brtanches of the P.L,.. was held in the hall last 0 Wednesday night. There was a very Spoor attendance, onlly altoult eighteen ladies and forty gentlemen being preo sent, AMr. and Mrs Woods, of Myr 'tleford, provided the dance musHic, and Mr, Al, Carey acted as M.C. lie freshments were provided by.the lady SnLlumbers of the leagues, The set tling up meeting will be held at Mr, t J, Parkinson's on Satu'day night. ELDORADO. A meeting was hold on Friday night last in the old Paper Shop, the purpose being to c...
FRENCH ELECTIONS. PARIS, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914
FI'ENOH EILEOTIONS, PARIS, Monday Night. The results of tho 225 secofl bhal h?;s in the French elections haveled to confusion in the political situa tion. In a House of 602 members, the Rfadcals and Radical-Soc'alists will he 237 strong,' The Socialists gained sixty -scats at the elections, uand it is considered that their suc cess is duo to their having a well defined programme, and a complote organisation.
SUFFRAGETTE SENSATION. LONDON, Monday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914
SUFFRAGETTIE SENSATION, LONDON, Monday Midnight. A Suffragette provided a sensation at Covent Garden to-night during a gala performanne. in honour of King Christian and Queen ,Alexand rine of Denmark. King George and Queen Mary were present, Suddenly a woman in the baloony stalls stood up and shouted "King George, women are being tortured in your Dominons," The Suffragette was promptly siez ed, She was roughly handled and carried out of the theatr, shrieking, Other Suffragettes in the gallery showered leaflets down on the people in the seats below,
BOORHAMAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914
BOOt(HAiAN NEWS, On Weidnesday night Mr. Sweetlhmnd of ltio "Age' O01CC, IduLVti'Cd his 11 lustrlted lantern lecture onl 'I'jiow a Ltreat iioW spa?er in i'roduced." 'Ile IttUllttrtlltUii LcU WIt 1', 1 aInd WOald (laLVOh bicel considerably larger but lor the fLac tllltt COuLnCtr tt'LaCL0O 8l werei in progcess at Norong, North Wntlga rlatta, ind illllawarrit on tho same night, 'ifie tasings were about hb, which amount will go to the schoot aund, Mr, Sweeotland has an easy, fluent mainner of speech, and hold the at tention of his audience throughout, althlough dealing with a subject brhim fl1 of technicalities which'wore at times beyond the comprehenousion o his audie(nce, His luoid and energe tic explanations, however, made very clear to even the children, how mar vellous was the machinery and how rapid the work in turning out a modern daily newspaper. One and all were agreed that the lecture was a revelation to them, and that a prolltuble and pleasurable evening had been spent, Durin...
LONDON BUILDING TRADE STRIKE. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914
LONDON BUILDING TRADE STRIKE, LONDON, Monday Night, There was a developmont, to-day, that may load to a settlement o the protracted strike in the London building trade, which has cost t :e men £1,000,000 in wages and involv ed great suffering for thuir families. The executive council of the National Federation of Buildings Trado Em players adopted a resolution that the London master-builders he asked to accede to the request of the trade unions for a conference to discuss the trouble with a view to its set tlement.
WEDDING. EDWARDS—SINCLAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914
WEDDING. Edwards SINCLAIR &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A wedding Of interest toWanga &nbsp; ratta residents celebrted at Al &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; bany, 'West Australia on Easter &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Monday the contracting parties be &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ing Mr William P Edwards eldest &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; son of Cr and Mrs W H Edwards &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; J P of Wangaratta and Miss Mary &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; V Sinclair of Wangaratta. The &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ceremony was perfomed by the Ven &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; erable Archdeacon, of Albany, &nb...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914
MARRIAGE HANSEN-ROWLEY,-On 8th April, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; at theu 1., Uihurch, Maiypjoroughi, ttauceusluul, thec murrirrgo ut L'c'cy, uno of Dlr, Mnd Mrs. 111I1 ion, Gioanvillo," Mny boouugh, to Iianiy, oldhht (laughter of Mr. a11(d Miri I', Iowley, '1(111 hoot, W1ungarn ttn wa'n rehlebratidl by the hcv, Ibahthlcr IiBady,
FEDERAL ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914
FEDERAL ROLLS. The true inwardness of the Federal rolls as prepared by the Labour gov ernment for the last Federal election is now being disclosed before the Royal Commission, In Queensland there were 30,000 names on the roll that should not have been there. Of these 6000 to 8000 names appeared on two, three, four and five rolls. Whe ther or not these rolls as prepared by thle Liberal government were in the same state is not reported, but it is probable that they were, since the rolls could not have fallen into that condition in three years. There has been continuous neglect for many years. The fact is that the whole electoral system is open to grave irregularities, invites fraud, has no proper check upon the neglect of officers. The Federal and State rolls should be made one, Before that can be done the whole of the Australian rolls should be purged of their inaccuracies and brought up-to date at any cost. There should be a careful inquiry into the system of voting in the United St...
DISTRICT NEWS ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
DISTRICT NBWS ALDURY, 'A monster Murray cod wals caught on Mlonday at. iongwco, liowan, by in oldl man named c:harles Smith, Mr, Smith has been fhidhing for over 70 years, and statles that this it the biggest aish he has ever caught, So large was the monster that the fisherlnull hail to tether it to a log (and it was a job to lind one strong enough), while he went and reported the news at the homestead. A vehl cle was obtained to convey it, home, and all the family from Mugwee turned out to watch the operation, Portion of the lish is heing ;ent. to Melbourne to Mr, Smith's relations. 30WMANS, Mr. and Mrs A. Wells had rather a narrow escape from a serious ac cident on Sunday laIt whilst driv ing to Whorouly, As they were travelling along the road at a good pace, Mr, Well's attention was taken oil the horse for it few seconds,; when the animal suddenly ewt\rved rounmd, andl the result was that the occullpants were landed on the roadl way owing to the gig overturning, The driver escape...
HIGH SCHOOL IMPROVEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
Illix 80'1000h IMPROVEMENTS lr., llothroyd, M.A., of the lduca Lionl lIJleparilillt, mande ; thorough inipeetioun of thu fiigl l gelol build ing on 'l'llrstl;day with a view to llprovide set roOils for tile incrieitt ing attendance of pupill. More laud it needetl also, iadil if it canniit be e',cured Lhe qLuetioi i of reoiiivil?g, th?e ,ioiiol to the high .lehool Vli'tui will aris;e to be considered.i 'tlhere ii; a growing conviction in the l)uepirt eunrt that Agricultural Higih lchooli lhoulh he buill; on the U'aulll:;, ;o that., ill inp ilii will have Lith aigri' cultlurl l object, lessonsil intlde their alttention tlhlllhiroholl, the sl;hoolo day. I?eOus nls ('fill then he illustrated onl the spol . There is ample laid at the school farm to builid the extra siencI'ie ronull, anild the large sisiieml ly rini for demonitriation of tehelni cl subjects before the whole school, anllld for school funllctionlls inl whlichi the public will Lake part, (i 'l'hurs day afternoon Mr. A. thlem...
ELDORADO NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
ELDORADO NEWS,. qGod rains have fallen during the week, the quantity recorded being 195 points,. At the police court on Wednesdaily, three residents were each lined 1I1 for neglecting to halve their children vaccinated. (Jonscientious scruples wore advanced as the causes for non-compliance. Thirty tons of machinery for the electrical plant for the Cock's Pio neer Gold and Tin Mining Co, ar rived at the Wangaratta stiation this week. It will be conveyed to the power house site in the course of a few days.. NEW JUSTICE SWORN IN, After being duly sworin ii by Mr, A. A. Kelley, P.M., at the Eldorado Court on Wednesday, Mr. Walter Swan, J.P., of "St. Leonard's," El dorado, assisted in the business of the Court as ai Ju.tice of the Peace for the Northern Bailiwick of Vic toria. In closing the Court, Mr. Kelley, P.M., said ihe wilhced to con gratulate Mr, SHwan on being raised to the Hlcnch, and felt uure that the honour conferred would not lie nis placed, AH Police Magiistrate lie had muc...
CHARGES ON WHITFIELD LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
CIARGItGE ON WHIt'1I'FIEID) LINE. Theo lttenent wta made at the recenlt miLettilng of the Moyhau tail Way L.etagu that at charge of £-1000 wals ladeo for ulio of the railway yardu aat Wangara tta by the narrow gauge train. Mr. J,, lBower, i.I,,A,, wits asked by the meeting to ause'r ltill o10111 thei (Colltlltiii ollerl'i what th le actual chargei; were that made up the Item Workinig lxpenses, on thin line, lie saw the Chief (C3onl minuioner on Monday and hael receiv ed the following letter on the tub ject :- "'Victo|'ianl Itilw[ays, C(onnilisioin er' Offllice, ipncer l' reet, .Melbourne 11th May, 1911. Dear 'Mr. Ilowser,- Adveirting to your perional intervieiw to-daly. A; explained to you verbal ly, there in no lcharge made at Wan garatta ?itation for the uiie of the utittion or rent of the land il Coll nection with the narrow gauge line at the station. InLterest, of courne, hlits to be paid oiln lthe line.; of way at Wangaratti, on which the trains runi in and out, on which the na...
WATTS, TURNBULL & CO. WANGARATTA MARKET. Tuesday, May 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
WATTS, TURNBULL & 00. WANGARATTA MARKET. Tuesday, May 12th. Watts, Turnbull and Co, report having held their usual fortnightly Pig and Dairy Cattle mareot on Tuesday lasth when we had a good yarding of both pigs and cattle, 'The attendance of buyers was good, and pIrices were about 5s in advance of late rates. We had several pens of prnme locally fattened pigs, one pen topping the market made £3 17s; 2 primo baconers a/c A. Wilkinson £3 15s; bacono pigs a/o R. Marks £3 7'1 to £2 13s; a/e J. Delloro £3; a/c F'. lpink £2 13s Gd; a/c Mrs Fracer £2 1s G6d to £2 12s; a/c F. ilarnett £2 is; a/c H, Younger £2 17s Gdi to *L3 2s; lightweights £2 2s 6d to £2 lle 6d, Stores.-Slips 15s to 28s Gd; suckers from 10s to 15s. Springers £3 :l3 to £4 7s Gd. We also sold several sundry lots.
WANGARATTA LICENSING COURT. THURSDAY, 14th MAY. (Before Mr. J. W. W. Beaven, L.M.) A LOST LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
WANGAlIAITT L4'II(IINING COURT'' TIllJB lDl)AY, 14th MAY, (blfore Mr. J. W. WV. leaven, L,M.) A LU'ST I,[1CNtlhI. Alfred (eorgee Wealy, al adtininitra tor for the. estat.e of Idhlwartd John Fealy (delicea:ed) licensee of the h-tar hotel, l'Eldorado, made applica tion for a certificate that the license hasi been1 lo;st or destroyed. AMr, F. 1, Purbrick aqppeared for the applicant, and tsaid that the li cnse for, the Icurrelnt year had been (Ijly issued to E. J. lealy, and let tiar:; of lladministratioi to hill estate have Ibeen grantcd to his father, A. (1, Fealy, the alpplicant. The appli cant, had the licence in his p)oises?ionl quite recently, but haul lost it. it wasl required to-day in conllnection with an appllication for a transfer of the license, . 11 had made a care ful ;earch, hut could not lind it. '1T. MAl. Williams, lleceiver and Pay mlaster at WVanlgarntta, tiaid lie had issue1 d the licIense for tihe current year Ito E. J. Flealy. All. G. Fealy saidl he had put the lic...
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. MOYHU MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & C00, MOYHlU MARKET, Flanagan, Newman and Co. report having held their usual monthly mar ket at Schulz's yards, Moyhu, last Thursday, as follows:-Fat Pigs.-We had a big yarding of baconers, which met, an exceptionally brisk sale, and we sold right out at prices in advan co of any recent local sales. Pigs sold for Mr. Hungerford £3 13s; a/c Mr. T. Trosidder £3 12s; a/c Mr. A. MoD, Cameron £2 10s 6d; several other pens of fat pigs £2 15s Gd to £3 8S, Store Pigs.-We had practic ally no store pigs yarded; good buy ers were present, and store pigs would, have sold extremely well, Shooep,--hbout the usual yarding of sheep; hbest owes a/c Mr. C. C. Mc Allece 22s; lambs a/c Mr, Andrew Gibson 18s 3d, Fat Cattle,--Market was lightly supplied with fat cattle, which made good prices; nothing ex tra prime was in. Best cows £6 15s; others £5 8s to £5 10s; light weight heifers, nice quality to £5 10s; medium £4 to £4 17s; vealers 43s, Store Cattle met...