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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
MIilA3JOURNIG CATTLEd MARKET. At the Melbourne fat cattle mar kot on Wednesday 2280 were penned, including 650 from the North-East. There was a very large attendance of the local and country trade, and the market for bullocks opened brisk at equal to last market's rates, Un der animated competition, however, prices rapidly flrmed to an advance of from 15s to 20s per head on late quotations, The demand for cows was very firm throughout at an ad vance of from 10s to 15s per head, the rise being particularly noticeable in secondary and useful grades. Quo tations:-;l0st pens of bullocks £13 15s to £15 7s Gd; extra do. £15 17s Gd to £16 17a Gd; with odd beasts to £20 10s; good pens of bullocks £11 10s to £12 12s Gd; good light and handy weights £9 15s to £10 17s; second and inferior from £8; prime pens of cows £9 5s to £11 105; ex tra do, £12'to. £13 7s Gd; odd cows to' £14 7s Gd; good pens of cows £7 15s to £8 15s; second do, £6 to £7 5s; inferior cows from £2 12s Gd.
GAMES TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
GAMES TOURNAMENT, 'lhe rules and cond it.ions: for the Friendly (ociliOtic' (Hellllg-:i '1'Tourna mOnt---euchre and crihhaige--have boon adopted. 'l'e! l?i will cotniist of tollen IeIi as:;ide; anlly (ta11111 abt entling two playerl lhall forfoitI tlhril galmes, fMl y playier; iftle11n glale)s. 'The teaml having, won the greatlet?t n1m hoI of , llll1:;l to h(coo lll thoi willnners, 11d shall re1eived it haullnonto clock, The draw in an follows: First Week in Juno1--l,-Drulld V. 1ibi rniani . Leait ; Foiresters v, A.N.A,; Oddfellowot v. Illberniahn 13, Secolnd Week in Jiinl.-H-I(hornlian A (.0ieatu V. O(ddfollows; A,N,A, V. Druids; IHilberinian 13, team v, For esters, 'Third Week in Juno.-Oddfollows V. AN.A.; Ilhernlan 13, team V. Hib erlnian A, team; Foresters v. Druids, Fourth Week in Juno,-A,N,A. V. Hibornian A. team; Druids v. Hlbor nian 13, team; Oddfollows v. Forest First Week in July,-Hibernian A, team v. Forestors; Druids v, Odd fellows; Hibernian D, team v, A,N.A.
EMPIRE DAY. WANGARATTA AND DISTRICT CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
EMPIRE DAY, \YAN(AAIIATTA ANI DI.3TIIICT CII(LlIhltATIONl, Ily direction of the Itlhucation l)e partnient Elmpire 1)ny wa:t celebrated ill the schools yeaterlday-- and ll gloriious day of atahmitne it wats. Tihe day wa: ccelebrated at W\an)iaratta andi ditt;trict. chhool with much (!itn thtnuiacsm; it wnl; a joyous; oceattioll, when pltt urt ' held a\ltny. At the Wangaratita Ktate lehoiol the, pr'ogtratlnme Specitfied by the ldu-t cati(oln teparti.meint wais carrieild outi in the morning tinder the directiontl of the teactherl.---les?iso n,; Ia geography, readtlinlgs, recitations and tsongse of ill Imnlperial alnd p)atriotic lnature be inlg given. The Hleadtlaster, Mr, J. F. Schilling, and teachers alHo ad d(resed the scholars, At mid-day the children to the number of 360, waving flags, and accompanied by their teachelr and Messrs L, N, Gunther and T, Blrig den (members of the School Com mittee) marched to the Sol dllers' Monument. They were headed bIy a bugler and two drummers. Her...
OVENS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
OVENS ASSOCIAT1'ION. A meeting of delcegates Was held on atuirduny Iuight 111;1 t Mi, It. Mnadiii'ii loesdence, Unputed, there heinllg preuCllt--lMr, J., ( oIIneil (pIe sidinit) In the cilhi', Mleewi A, I. (i'illicel" and WV, pleuch (Mtyitlefiod), 1, 1louehe and Iv. Mtaichlint ( WVhoi' oiily'), 1, NIlison and .id C.. Ili I', ingto (( huiutetd.) A Iilie" Ilonet fur the po);it loii of cenra lnprewee l'OII'l ro Nluuura' ) ("o. Paliey, (1, Nic(lutlle and Many 30.i t', J. Wel ch (Ilverlun ,-Ar. (fu '11rc walefd, appited, J.p1et 1 III emergency,' Thelra Itv theh fiied 11)30,lo~ tlanthe t e ply:1o. h 3113 it lof e t e .II-lit, oe Iioiil cuy , Whojoult vl , 3113' tleforil Myiprtlvlhd, hyo1
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
FOOTBALL. To-day Wangaratta foothallerb will play the return match with North Wangaratta on the W\aangaratta ground, T'his should he an interest ing game, The local team will be selected fronis Gill, H, Dodd, Powley, WYappott, Nott, Trrinder, lrenann, Woodborry, Dodd, Stubbl?, Condrl'on, Jackson, Hill, Gleeson, Seymour, Harris, O'rloen, Carmichael, leade, Taylor, Cameron,
THANKS. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.") [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
THANKS. (To the Editor of "'hoe Chroniclo.') Sir,-I wish to thank the resident. of Whitfield who so kindly came to the assistance of my son \Yilliam Johnson when he, three weeks a1,o, had his left haid cut ofl in his chaflcutter. l sincerelyv thankl Mr W. H. Swinburne for bringing hinm to Wangaratta in his motor car; also Constable 'Kennedy for accompl)anying him; ald Mrs. Swinburne, Mrs ''ho man and others for attending to him, I also express my thanks to th9 Doctors and Nurses for the sillful treatment and attention he received while an Inmate of the hos pital, J, H. JOHNSON, Yea, 22/5/1914,
RACING DISQUALIFICATION. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.") [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
RACING DISQUAIIFICATION, tTo the Editor of "The Chronicle," Sir,-I would like to insert a reply to Mr. 1). Slater's lengthy letter of 12th inst., in which he speaks of the farcical manner in which the North Eastern Unregistered Racing Assoc iation delegates conducted his appeal case. He charges me of betting as a "hookmaker" on a race, and then sitting ai a delegate in an investiga tion. His words are: "Is it not na tural, that he would be biassed, for or against, according to how the book he miiade on the race in ques tion suited his plocket." Those words may read correct if at all triue. In contradiction, I will chal lenge Mr. Slater or any of the npiblic present at l obinawrlrah that hday to prove that I made or wrote one single bet on the race in questioi, uclh piroof coming forward, I will re sign my position as Secretary to the Association, and donate £5 to the Waangaratta IHospital. Should Mr. tlater fail in his attempt to prove such, the least lie could do would le to apolog...
EVANS & LANGLANDS WANGARATTA MARKET. Thursday, May 21st. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
iEVANº3 & LANGLANDfs WANGAlRAI'IA MAlIKET, ThurLsday, MIiy 21st. Evans and liangla inds report hold ing their usual fortnightly market at Wangaratta ou Th'lursday, 21ft inst., when they yarded a large and representative supply of all classes of stock, including sonlc extrma primO pens of both sheep and cattle. The dlcmiantd for fat stouk wan ;arccly as keen at? at the previous; market, but high prices prevailed thlirouglhotit our sale andl a caomiilete clealralll'ce wasl cllected. Ilothl store sheep and cattle so(ld readily at values well up to pre vious t;ales. Fat Sheep,--We told prinme shred wethers a/c Mr. ?, b'erguson, flow itan's ourest, at fl ,i n ll purchus ed by Mr. Ja.m, MNolony; prime come back wethers a/c the amile ownler £1 6s 6(1, purchased by Messrs Sisely and Sons; prime xbred wethers a/c Mr. T. B. Milne, Whorouly, at £1 7s, purchased by Mr. Jas. Molony; prime xbred wethers a/c Mr. J. W. Connor £1 3s 3d; prime xbred weth ers a/c Mr. A. J. Dunkley £1 4s; comeb...
DAIRIES AND DISEASE. THE AILMENTS TO BE GUARDED AGAINST. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
THlE AILMENT'1; 'T 111 GUAlIl)Il) A GA IN i.i "Mally a tant (of CretiIn hllas been ,upolled by the penn'orth of cream obtained from iunlie cow affected with a patting ailment," wits tlhe state ment made by AlMr. W, A. N, Rlobert , Chif Vetorinary Ollicer of Vic toria, in his ad(lircei o Wedlnesday to the meimber, of the twenty-llrtt annuaiiiil conference oII f the Alustralian utltter MAanigers' A,,uSCinition, MAr, J. Keogh (Milawa) the presuident, was in the ch(air, ailt(l ,I liirte antiI rlic of those intllere;ted attended, Mr. ilolertson's addri(t(ls dealt with The Aihnents of Iairy (.Ctthe Alfectitng Milk and (Cram lupplly, tLad in hitis openinig reinar?sli he lj lblilliiied the inllportalic: of the stud(y of these ailments to th flarmer, since both the quality tu1u! the (quantity of the milk were alluected, and often the bulk of it milk tiupplly miglht hie spoilt by the addlition (ofI iilk front a sGin gle ailing animal, The fact that cases of simllle indigestion had a deleterio...
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. WANGARATTA MARKET. Thursday, May 21st. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS, FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & 00, \'WANtAItA.TTA MAltKih!'', Thurutday, May 21s;t. ]lailagall, NewI lllllan (id C, relport having held their usual fortniglhtly market oil 'I'hurtday as follows: ; Fat, Sheep.-.We had it very good yarding of fat sheep; included in which were a few peans of prirlle we thers, but on the whole the quality was not up to what it ham been of late. TIlhere was a good atteildanice of the trade, and although competi tion was good t.hroughout, lpices shiiowed a decline of about is; ld per head on the previou; market. Htore Sheep.--We had a full yard ing of store sheep, rather mixed lots, except for odd lines of xbred ewes; weaners were ill good request, in fact, store sheep iauw i?a firm sale right through, anld we sold right ouit. l'at, (attle,-Ye had a very fair spply, incluhdedl ill which were a few petls of prile builockse. For best quality the delmand was exceedingly brisk, the presence of a few outside Iuyers haviung a decided ellect on...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
FLANACAhI NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES. SA'lTURDAY, 23rd MAY, Sale of Wan:garat.ta Town Propertien, on account of various owners, as advertised. MONIDAY, 25th MAY. Sale of 104 acret freehold land at Whorouly, a/c 1state late D.), F. Carmody. TUESDAY, 26th MAY. Pig and Dairy Cattle Market. FRIDAY, 29th MAY. Sale of 162 acres I)cderang Freehold Land, account Mr, WY. J. Smith. To be offered at Glen Creek Ho tel, Dedorang. SATURDAY, 30th MAY, Clearing Sale at IHarriotvillo, ac count Messrs D., and N. Clomena, WEI)NSI)SDAY, 3rd JUNE, Myrtleford Fortnightly Market, Sale of the Freehold of Orlcketer's Arms Hotel, Myrtleford, MONI)AY, 8th JUNI, Clearing Sale at Doorhaman account Mr. H. W. l3erick, FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & 00, Auctioneers. Wangaratta and llonalla MONEY AVAILAlllE FOR IN VESTMEN'i' ON BROAD AOlilh SEiJ0lITIhS, £27,000 .C27,000, W have the above. mau of £27,000 now available for in Vestment in sunis from ;£1000 upi wards, and for good securitioe we are prepared to ac...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
GOLF 0. , rThe trophy for the No rllth-Nastern Inter-Club ;olf C( hampionshlip, which was inaugurated in 1907, was won finally by the \Vtagal'attait (lub at last year's touraltlment, and has now linally palmed into their pos?session. Iearing the possibility of the event lapsing through the lack of the very necessary trophy to coilpeto for, a well known supporter of the club, who has always taken a keen inter est in the club's progress--although himself not a giolfer--hat coime for ward with an extremely generous of fer of a prize to take the place of that which has just. been won, 110 expresses the hope that t the home team will, inl due course, give as good ant account of them selves as they lhave done in the piast, and that the Club Ilouse will in due time he adorned with this further evidence of their skill. Members who were asoke to play against (Germanton on Monday are now advised that the (oerlautnton Club have deferred their visit till 8th June (Kling's l irthday.) The Cont m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
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AT SPRINGHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
AT BPRINGHURBT, Messrs J, D, Read, J,P,, T, P. Mardling and ), Donovan waited on tho'Railway Commnunisoners on Tues day last, with a request that an overhead bridge he erected over the lines at Sprianghunrt for the conveni once of the travelling public; also that the platform lie covered in at the south end to provide shelter for passengers changing and waiting for trains, Mr. '1', P. Mardling made the re quests, and pointed out, the necessity for the erectiolni of a bridge, as it was almont imilpossib?le for persons travelling alldl having bhlsinesi with the station to cross the lines( with out incurring great risk; the linen were frequently bloicked with trucks, noticithitanding that the local oill cersi did their best. to keep the way clear, lIe liilso poiniiited out. children crossilng thie linesl to anid from schlool incurred greallt, risk, and that i few moiths ago twl prominent, local re sidentsi had it nilrro\V eiaplie froml hling killed between the trucks.l 'The shelter for...
BEECHWORTH JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
B?QEOHWOIRTH JUNCTION, Cr, J, H, Sandford and Mr. Owen Francis, President of the Ioorhaman Progress Association, met the Com missioners at leechworth Junction on Wednesday, They asked that a telephone he placed in the station master's ollhce so that farmers of Doorhaman and North lioorhaman could inquire about trucks for their wheat, wine, wool anad other pro duce without having to travel to the station, They could also inquire about parcels, etc., expected, and so save many a long disappointing journey. Mr, Fitzpatrick said they could not give a public telephone with an at tendant, unless there were 20 sub scribers, Mr. Francis said that at present they did not have that number, but they may make it up in the future, Or, Sandford inquired if residents could usd the railway telephone, Mr, Fitzpatrick said they could not as that is a private line, Mr, Francis asked if a telephone would be provided in the new rail way ofllfces. It would he useful, Mr. Fitzpatrick said there would be n...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
SPORTING NOTES. The Birthday meet ing of the Wani goraota Trotting ( lu to be hold oni Wednesday, .]uno 10th, promiteu to be the most lccee:;sful oeeting yet held by the (Club. A great number of ponies iild trotting horeil are in training in the ditlriet,, and it, ii interesting to note that the farmers and t ratdes?iien of the t oni iiiul d triht have enthueiao;tically taken up the idea of it race which its con lined to theimselves, anil arre preparing their horses for this race, All own era imust have their horses registered with the Victorian 'rrotting Associa tion, and the application for regl-: tration must be in the hands of the Secretary (Mr, H, N, l?eckwith) of the Wangaratta Trotting Club on or before May 26th, Forms and parti culars can be had on application. Two cabmen oil the fleid street rank were out for a few hours' shoot ing on Wednesday afternoon, and as they proceeded through a paddock they commonced to enlarge on their abilities as' marksmen, One admitted that he ...
TENNIS. BOORHAMAN v. KILLAWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
TENNIS. -------+--"- BOORHAMAN v. KILLAWARRA. A very enjoyable afternoon was spent at the Killawarra State school yesterday when a tennis match was played between teams oeprewonting iioorhaman and Killawai'a. An in tLresting match resulted in a win for the visitors by seven games. The Killawarra ladies provided after noon tea, and were thanked' for their kindness. Following are the scores : Mossrs Phillips and Cunningham (B.) loat to Messrs McIntyre and S. Simmonds (K,) 2-6. Misses Phillips and Minogue (B.), lost to Misses, Fair and Amery (K.? 2-6, Messrs Raines and Minogue (B.), lost to Messrs Francis and Sim mnonds (K.), 6-2. Messrs Sandford and Keat (B,), lost to Messrs Simmotds and Rodes (K,), 6-5, Misses Bayliss and Byrnes (13.), lost to Misses Ford and McDougall (K.), 1-6, Miss Minogue and Mr. laines (1,), beat Miss Fair and Mr. Simmonds (K,), 6-3, Miss Phillips and Mr. Cunnineham (B,), beat Miss Amery and Mr, Mc Intyre (K.), 6-1. Miss Byrne and Mr. Phillirs (D~ , heat Miss Mc...
VISIT OF THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS. WHITFIELD LINE REQUIREMENTS. MAILS TO BE CONVEYED ON WEDNESDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
VISIT OF TIIE RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS, \WIIIl'IELD 1LINE IN,;l ltM1111 M I1N'i'S, MAILS TO fll CONVEYE)D ON WE1)NEIHIAYS. Melsrs Fitzpmatrick and Norman, Victorian Ilailway (onlliot;ionero, with headyi of dlIlerent branches, left Wangaratta at 8.40 aln, on Wednea day oil at tour of inslpection of the Wangalratlta-Wh tteld nalrrow-gauge railway, MOYIlll N 1E1),-. At Moyhu they were met by a de pIutation eomlprising Messrs .1, 11, locker, senr,, It, Shanley , J 1Vans, C. Schulz, J, \VW. \Woods, J, 1. Doc Cer, junr., W\V, Melville, P. Iahert, I.ewis, It, (ook, and others. They aisked that in the ev\'ent of their be ing unable to run a train on Weod nesdays that provision he made to h ave the mails conveyed along the line by meanls of a trolly. If this \iwas done the residents were preplared it subserihe something towards the cost. They also asked for a reduc tionl in the through freight on cat tie, timber, etc., via WVangaratta to Melbourne, It was pointed out that by taking rattle, etc....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
Fior (Chliidircn'i hnckiiig cough at night lVoodof (iroat popporinnlut Juro. 1/6. LADIES! The House for Quality, Value and Smart Styles. III Costumes, Ladies' ant d Girls' llIlillery, Coats, Bilouses, Dresses, Underclothing, Ncckwearc , Hosiery, wianclicstec , etc. - AT - "PAYNE 'S," I'11' Sttigarata, Ladies' Navy Serge Coat and Skirt Costumes, tailor-made, trimmed with buttons, 57s Gd, 65s, 75s, 84s. Ladies' Black and Whita Check Coat and Skirt Costumes, trimmed with Black Velvet and Buttons, 45s. Ladles' fnlue Black Serge Coat and Skirt Costumes, tailor-mnade, trim meod with Black Moire, 65s, 84., Ldlics' Heather Mixture Tweed Coat and Skirt.,Costunos, 37s Gd, 42s Gd. Ladies Ono-Piece Robes, in Navy, Serge and ' Heather Tweeds, Navy, Brown and Maroon, Cloths, 17. Gd, 218, 25s, 35s, Ladies' Blanket Tweed Coats, 25s, 80s, 35s, 45s, 47s Gd, Ladies' Black Sealetto Coats, 84s. Ladies' Navy, Brown and Green Silk Macintosh and Cravenoetto Coats, Raglan style, 45s, 47s 6d, 65s, 84., Maids...