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ODDFELLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
ODDFELLOWS, - +----- There was a good attendance of members at the meeting of this lodge on Thursday evening, Delegates re ported on the conference convened by the H,A.O,B,S,, with reference to a Games Tournament, It was de cided to agree to the suggestion, and to submit that the teams be not more than twelve from each Society. Bros. Jasper and Edwards were ap pointed to attend the next meeting. Bros. Smith, Edwards. and R. Knight were appointed delegates to attend the half-yearly District Meet ing to be hlold on June 3, with Bro. U. Moore emergency. Several nom inations were received for the vari ous positions in the lodge, and the election will take place next lodge night, Two propositions for new members were rec'ivcd.
WANGARATTA DISTRICT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
WANR A?ltATTA DISTIlCT The monthly mieetiin of the Colna inittee wan held on 'liThursday eveCn. ing. l'resent:- The i'rieident, Mr, 1'. b', Noteutt, and Meisie A. Clenm ents, W. 11. Edwtard, A. II. Smith, l. J, 'l'eague, J., Diunce, W. J. hick (rori1, 'T. lMaon, W, (U. lalnield alid :, A, HIome, ('COItliNHiONl),'NCE, From Dr, It 'A, lEakin, tendlering hiit ire-ig natiii am lleident Medical I)licer. lie expre;ised his heartfelt thanks for the conideraitiotn and gene'rouas treatmenit giveit him by the committee. lie i, iao resigined his lposition ta lecttuier, and suggested thatl Dr, Itrad be :iin)linated ta insh tiunlecesio l,- Imil'tg l ac teld, ,pt ,and l)r. i eed tio e llni inaL tedl til lctulr er. The Hecretary iitimiat:d that (iea, Vinge itld Vic Meyelr haild attende at the hospital ld swelpt the ehima neyts ndl stove io:wn free of charge, saving ian expI'ndittue (of about ,1l. - -Mr. Manti Ioved that; they he thanked for their genier'oll'; action,-- Heconded by Mr omith, and ca...
BOORHAMAN NEWS. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
ELOORI hftIVIAN I EWS. A m eet iizK of the I'ri)?ri :\iWo in ti1on w int hh( ol ( 11 IIt alllday nightl., rMr, Ul, In ei'i in I be chair. l'ouirteen ce, l?,om School Coln it toL' , Ol at ] hliolr iinan, i and f'ron 111 l(luher'alen 'l'ltPrde't' A tsociaution, ;Nllupportintg the daily mail otvemneut, Flroln crihool (Committcoi, NorongI Central, Iake Mooldelore, 'and 1)ockcr'i Ilaiint+, dc ciding to take no0altioitn li the mtove ment, From Shire of North O)vlel, stating that, as the result ol a ide piitation to Melbourne, Iloorhllnut residlents would )e supplied iftrniua Lion regarding trucks, etc., Iat IlcWclh worth Junction station, pendling vm?pit of the Commissioners, From I'ostt master- General, stating that no luiit able place for a public telephone ex ists at Beechworth Junction, and that the Railway Departmnent would not allow a public 'lihone to ie inl stalled at the station buildings. From Mr. C. J. Ahelrn, M.i.1i., stat ing that he Is making further reo presentations regard...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SAL1S6 MtONI)AY, ISth MAY, Sale of the highi clas 1'urniiehi ng of the Clear Creek l lomectead, El I dorado. WEDI)NESI)AY, 20th MAY. Myrtloford Fortnightly Market. TIIUR8I)IAY, 2slt MAY. Wangaratta Sheep and Cattle Mar ket, FRIIDAY, 22nd MAY, Special Ilo?eA Sale at Waugaratta. SATURD)AY, 23rd MAY, Sale of Waungaratta 'rown Proporties, on account of various owners, as advertised. MONDAY, 25th MAY. Sale of 104 acres freehold land at Whorouly, a/c Estato late I), F. Carmody. TUESDAY, 26th MAY, Pig and Dairy Cattle Market. FRIDAY, 29th MAY, Sale of 162 acres l)ederang Freehold Land, account Mr. WV. J. Smith. To be offered at Glen Oreek Ho tel, Dedorang. SATURDAY, 30th MAY, Clearing Salo at Harrietville, ac count Messrs ),. and N. Olemens. FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & 00. Auctioneers, WVangaratta and Ilonalla MONEY AVAILABLE FOR IN VESTMENT ON BROAD ACRIE OCURIITIES. £27,000 £27,000. SIN 0 have the above sum of L I£27,000 now available for in vestme...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
WVuudu' Ureut 1 ojppoULc1lu (Jtrua 1/6 If You Valuc Your Comploxio n You nlu:i nil'l r (lflt c,rc g '1)1 :I 1 11 1 1 1 ) I Ijli 1 III ('I'm lit Inl l Ill n" 1-~1 i% 1l11' 111l 1,1t111 \1.11(( r 111111 111iv ýIiril n I~riuiil iiol":: lii.rlli'-l , 111'1111" 1V 1 11 I 11 11u Il;iu ill mrltdt i1IIU1;II llII tI 'll ( III \I Nl.111, 111 Il(~ Ij11.i (' ii, \r.tP z ':: dt~e *~\L~ A eap of Comfort for Cook Nights. A Magnificent Scleetioii of Bllankets and Quilts at Pinkertons, THIS IS FOR . Blankets. Just the kind you'll like to go nap in. \Varm woolly comforts that giveo you that "Don't-caroe-a. hang-about-tlie-weothor" fooeeling. We bought them direct of the .maker; therefore we saved the mid Siedleman's profit. That's why our ?prices are so low, They are worth your investiga tion. aiiu t s iDon't talk about comfort until you've soeen thoso lovely Down Quilts, They ano tilled with purified down and well ventilated, Timhe coverings are superlb Sateens, Silks, Cretonnes, etc., all pretty de...
CHURCH SERVICES. Wangaratta Methodlst Church. SUNDAY, MAY 17. SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
(3IIUIRCH SERVICES, WauIIUratty Motlhuttkx Church. ;;JNI1AV, MAY 1.7 ;IIINJIAY V31 1U )OI ANNIV \'I'2SAIY, Y1' 1 tt'.11 t I I .- -l. j io . I 'itgIi. 1a Liaata ,.---ih'V, 1F, Chish~olm. W'niigiti'tt.tn 'i,-I bit, F~igitr, ' J 'ti'ort o t 'I.- Itt, . 1. ,I.t Ig Cnrrarnlalllarlal11111:1( .--lttr. (". \Ylnl kcc' l·
DISTRICT NEWS. BOWEYA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
DISTRICT MNEWS BOWEYA, Miss lMcDl)~mtt, teaccher at the Htailo Hrliool for over three years: has received notice of trunstfer to M lurghel)oliue, 1, 0nilet; from Geelong, ParentS amnd children regret her tide parture, CHESHUNT, The annual tddlfellows' hall was lhold in tile Whittlield Melchanics' ln stitute on \Vcdneitlsday night last, and iln slito of i wet iniserable night proved very stuccessful, Ahiout thirty live coiuplles were ,prtc'i tll( , tnd v\isit)or from Moyhul, lidli, Myrrihee, Ches liunlt and Tolinic dist? ic'ti were no ticed. A mioti, enjoyable dantce was kept going unt til t ihe sall hourst of the llorninig, 'i'The c('t ritlg w\as in the hltatdtti of Mr., It, lnith, aind wit carried out, ill hiii mtii: l al le ntlaln nior. Music wiatn aipplied by Mr. i1, Laleoy, and M1ii A. Wyllie, while Mr, F. Lamsion acted ltni M.'. About 11 iiirtithe of rain have fallen between 'Tulemilay iightt antd Thursday night, when it was still raining. GLENROWAN. The Glenrowan Branch of the...
BREACHES OF LICENSING ACT. SUNDAY TRADING AND BEING ILLEGALLY ON LICENSED PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
IGL AGf. t-UNI)AY ' "'1A'l)IN(N1 ANDi ]lIlN(I IIl(1;AIIi'Y (IN ICI(lNlI0D At the illangaI'at ait l'olico lCourt on Tihurstday, behflore Ar, JI, V, , 110aven, ['. ., n;total pornonu were clargeld \i lh hiv viligt, committed ireache1 o1 f )hie I )'i illl, Act, Wil, Iohert. havidaon, lnllspector of thie \VW aIn t UatJI 1.,icel'Iinl;g I)iltrict, chl rged l'retd ltietl, liceniiee of the Vine lhot.el, North WVuigaratta, wvith flailing) to have every d(oor leading to hin bar closed andl locked at. t .15 a.ol. on luhday, 3rd May. Mir. M. . !, l11yan, of llcochivorth, appealted for defeldaltf, lIt1 Ipector Dlavid'son ulted thIat Mr. Iytynt lhtd informed hint that if thint chargelll ' wit.lsthltwll h0le woulld plcead guilty to ita urther charge of tralikhhg in liquor. it the circtiut tittit'cl he would withdraw thin thllare. F'. , tied wo then clharged with trallicking in liquor on Ulihnday, 3rd May, to IIugh Alclntolsh, who ,way to, a lodger or bona fide traveller, ltfendal t plll'lle d guil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
BARRIS'ihTlI & . 80I,(1i'01 11g,. RE11D ST'IET', \YAN(tAIA'TTA, Mr. Ahorn, Counimtlwioner for Now South W\Vlcs Trust and other Moneys to Lend. NOTOUTT & 11URJIIIOIC, Barrstoers and Solicitors, REIID ISTRIITi', WANGARATTA. Mr. T, F. Notcutt, a Commlinn oner for taking alldlavitu; Mr, F. 0. l'ur brick. Trust and other Moneys to Lenoud at Lowest Rates. OHAS, 11, t1lMMill$d, A.1.V.I.A. AROHITNOT, IFaithful Street, Wangaratta, JASPER HUSBIANi, L,A,, L.Il., Barrister and Solicitor, REID STREET, WANGAltATTA. LI. A. MUIDl)GCII, BARRISTER & )OLICJITOIl, REID STREET, WANUGAlAT'TA, Commiseioner for taking Atfldavits, Moneys to oend at lowcut rates, J'HOMAS ORAHI-AM, .,L., BARRISTER & SOLIOI.TOR. The firm of (Irahan and Murdoch &aving been dissolved, Mr. (.xallam will continue busineus in Chambers In Commorcial Buildings, Reid Streit. Moneys are awaiting lnvestment at surrent rates. DANIIL J. CONNELL, Barrliter and Solicitor. MURPHY ST'1'.ET, WANQARATTA A...
FOUND ON LICENSED PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
FOUNI) UN LICENSEI)D 1'RilEMtHS, IniL)ector Davidluon charged J. 1lhauinil with having heei found on the licenecd premijice of the ilailway Hlotel at i tine when it shlould not bie olenl for the :iiale of liquori to the public. JJefe'danlt pleaded guilty, and wa\ lined 20s, with t;a 9d cod;ti, liiupecto ) Davidson chlarged 'Thos, liathclutn with an olltence uimilat' to I aunmil'u, lie wva; dlefendedt by lMr. ), J, C'onlell, nlld lleadetld not guilty. Counstable firice, Vworn, talid, he saw Alathlle;on leaI vu ollne young'tlen in a yarud at a building that li he illg erected cloie to the hotel, go to the hotel and return with sinething unldelr hi; coat. lie did not accoi t hill then, but later on took hi;; nintne, leftendatut told himu he wat working at the hotel for hiti brother. To Alr. Connell : I did lot Bake any inquiirie; as to whtclher defend ant \wai workiiig at the hotel for his brother, I thliuught it wou; too rili cillolu , Thul,. Alatheouun, uwotrn, tmidl: often work at, ...
CARRYING AWAY LIQUOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
(JAitYINU AWWAY ILIQUOR. Inhwpectur' DIavid?on charged lien. Mc(regour with carrying away liquor from the Itail\way Hotel on ;3unllay, 3rd May, lu)fenddat pleaded guilty, and stated that he had only gone to the hotel to see his brother and ithi out if he had received any letter; from his palrents?. li brother (the licenscc) gave him the bottle of beer when he war leaving, )efelndaat was lined 20U, with 6t 91 cots,
MADAME NORDICA'S WILL. LONDON, Thursday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
MADAME NORDIOA'S WILL. LONDON, Thursday Midnight, Particulars of the will of the great prima donna, Madame VNordica, who died at Batavia on Monday, have reached Now York. Madame Nordica bequeathed £200,000 worth of goms and other property to her husband and three sisters,, Melbourne Grain Marko'.-Yester day wheat was rather unsettled, and sold at 3s 10ld. Oats,-Milling to Is lid; seed higher; feed to Is 10d. Bar ley.-Malting Chevalier to 3s 6d ; prime Cape malting to 2s Gd. Mjzoe. -Primeo, trade lots 3s'lld, Ohaff. Special wheaten £3 '7s 6d; special oaten £3..5s. Potatoes,-Trafalgar Carmens £4 10s to £4 15s, Brownolls £2 10s to £3, poorer £2, Onions, Choice £5 15s; small lots £6, mod ium £5. Eng'no Drivers' [xminatiop,-At the examinationls held in .Wangaranta this week, the following certificates were granted:-Factory, 1st class, A. J, Uray, ''. F. Mearos, Factory, 2ndl class, W. lurgess, H, Raison, T. McCarthy, S. D. Smith, W. Plum, J, P. Wadley, T. R. Raison, R. G. Reid and S. Rai...
ANGLO-JAPANESE ALLIANCE. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
ANGLO-JAPANlSE ALLIANlC, LONDON, Thursday Night, In the House of Commons this evening, Mr, Winston Churchill in formed Mr, Fred Hall (Unionist), that he had soon the reports in the press of the speeches made by New Zealand Ministers on the subject of the Anglo-Japanese alliance, Mr. Ohurchill added that if the Now ~ea land Government desired to make any further proposals before the naval conforonceo"was hold, the Ad miralty would give those suggestions their attention,
St. Paul'e Prosbytorlan Church, Wangaratta. SUNDAY, MAY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
St, Paul'a 'rQlhytorliai Church, Vngrctta u nJuti Chiurch, HUNI)AY, MAY 17. t.IW. A. . i A i ,fL' WATTS, TU BIIBULL AND ll WATTS, TURNB UILL & 00. 8TOCK & BTA'rION A(ilINT'H, Land, Financial, Ent.ate, Alinillatnc nnd General (Coiinuiuion A;elcLnt. i WanKgartta, liuthlreithn, lienall Eiuroa, Violet T'owin, ainti Mal Iu field, II. (G. IlA(il!NAlIl'i], MItnllaging IPartu.nr. C. ITUIRNBULI., Auctionoor an.l tLworn Valuer. THOS. PRINTICE, Auctioneer andi Ltocal Manager, Wangaral tt. Loans nogotiilted, Money to Lend In largo or mnall luin, at lowoet rates of interout and clhrgeK. Valuh ationB iimde. WANGARATTA MAKltKTS. WATTS, TURNBULL & 00., Announce their Balel as under : Next OATTLE & IIEEIP MAIRKET. THURDI)AY, MAY 21. PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET, TUESDAY, MAY 260, Ovens Flats Land. WANGAIRATTA MATRKET YARD)S. TUESDAY, MAY 2lith, At 1 p.m., WATTS, TURNBULL & 00. HAVE boon favoured with instruc tions from Mr. D. M. O'Neill, to seoll on above...
Late Cable News NON-CONFORMISTS AND ULSTER. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914
·---- -- --- ---- ·· ··· [FROM REUTER.] NON-UUNI'(UlltIM'l'l3 AND) U,1S'T1lt.' IA)NION, '1'hur;day Night. The "lhritislh Weekly" publishes an interesting article from the pen of its editor, Sir Willinam ltohertnjon Nicoll, ot the sIbjetct o i the Ulster problem. Sir William declarc': that Noncon for'mis: ; d aluiiiu that Il:;ter shall bte liven ai\ renw aclt' aLt i. e ndrl of the tsix ;year:' exclusion period of her option of eithIr coming in or taying ouit of il(,Iutonomousl1 Irolanld. Th'u grinting of this concession would, Sir W\illiam conaldlrs, give the Nationalists a chance in a 1000 with Ulster, wheroea the shadow of coercion will only provoke firceor hostility.