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DOIG & VALLENDER WANGARATTA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914

DOIG & VALLENDgR WANGARATTA MARKET, Messrs Dolg and Vallender report: A heavier supply of both fat cattle and fat sheep penined, to a' smaller attendance of buyers, the yarding comprising a..few pens of :heavy weight bullocks; prices for fat cattle showed no alteration, whilst fat sheep were easier, We sold: Fat Cattle.-Bullocks a/c Messrs Morrison Bros. £9 2s:to £11 11s; do, a/o Mrs Reid and Sons £9 19s 6d; cows a/c R. Sheridan £3 15s to £4 11s; a/c Mrs Brown £3 16s; a/d R, Twamley £6 Is, Stores,-A/c R. .Williams cows £3 14s; podgies a/e G. Twamley 22s 6d. Fat Sheep,-Crossbred wethers: a/c Mrs Shaw, Reidsdale, 23s; comeback wethers a/c A. J, Dunkley 18s46d to" 23s; merino.wethers a/c J. T. Gibb 17s 9d, 18s 3d, 19s. RUTHERGLIEN MARKET, Messrs Doig and Vallender report: Small yarding of fat cattle; prices very good, Cows S. Williams £6 47ls to £7 5s; a/c W, Shelly £4 6s to £6 8s; a/c Nurse Waugh £7 13s; a/c J, Bartlett £7 16s.

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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MOYHU SOUTH PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914

The re;idenicn of Moyhu -louth held their firit, plienic oil WVed e;dlay latst, and geeing that it watt n.o tlntceSsful it ii; rea;onable to conclude thati. it will he Itt de all t tual ftixtllure. The picnic vn; hold in Mir. ,lamer Walsh's paddoh rk aitdjoilti'g the lliti tf thoil, lot ihve been Olbti ained, while the sill t e( ' t1 it slif adciliratlly to tch111 gatheringlg. Viitort; were tiolrpried atit the line grilowlh of green grall; of ithe rich nail eoutituling thi t pad dock, 'This propitry it snitellnteld on the ll in t river, t uuld i; a line tampleI of tIh, country contained in thati district, 't]here w; i n? attenlince ofi a1out 111 0 people, including vititorn fiehl, King Valley, Eldi, Moyhu aid Watgarl llig pt. The co11m1ittee had prt eptll ( it lllo t, ilt re [itllg t pro grltllll , wtlli l Itevery vc ellt witol carrei ed through i llo th a wiiy thati the peitatort s were kept interested dn' oiher ther whole aternun. The Shef 1ld l inuicatp, sheaf throwing, step ping...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914

AlIERN AiND I) M \Vi N.El ' BARRISTEIRS & SOLIOIl'OlS, REID) STRI' ET, WANGAI.AT'TA. Mr. Ahern, Conmnledoner for New South Wales, Trust and othor Monoyu to Lond. NOTOUTT & PURlURICK, Barriatera and Solicitors, REID STRIET, \ WANGARATTA. Mr. T. F, Notcutt, a Commissionoer for taking allidavite; Mr. F.. 'ur' brick. Trust and other Moneys to Loand at Lowest Rates. OHAS, II. SUMMERS, A,R,V.I,A. AROCIITECT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta. JABPER HIUBSDAND, B.A., L.L.1., Barrister and Solicitor. REID STREET, WANGARATTA. H. A, MURDOCH, BARRIISTEll & SOLICITOR, REID STREE'T, WANAllRATTA. Commisslonor for taking Affidavits. Moneys to Load at lowest rateo, T~HOMAS GRAHAM, ILL., BARRISTER & SOLIC1TOR. The firm of Graham and Mudoch having been dissolved, Mr. t.Ialham will continue business in Claobera in Commercial lBuildings, Reid Mtreet. Monoys are awaiting investment at surreat rates. DANIEL J. CONNELL, Barrister and Solicitor. MURPHY STREET, WANGARATTA A Commiss...

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COMPULSORY GRADING OF BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914

COMPULSORY GRIDINtG OF BUTTERM, A conference of Minlisters of Agri culture of Australia has; been held in lribiaine, Several nmattera; of im portance to agricultural induitriet have been di;;cusse;d and dealtl, with. oione di;cusr;ion took place on theli faq, standard of wheat. It, was decided tlit a coimmittee to be 'ill ed the wheat ;tanidard coiniuittee he appointed by the (ioverncl-iori -('oll cil in each State for the llpurpul of fixing the fa,ii, stalndard ir;inple of wheatl each year, the oiiniiiittee .to conesiit of sevelln memnlberi;, three to ble represenllttive; of the wheat ex port trade, two to le representative of the wheat, producing intereslts, and one to lie representative of the mill ing interest, the chairlian tll o be the Minister of Agricultur'e (ir an oiicer nominated by himi. in connection witil the coilil,ul;sor'y grading of buitter, the following mlo tioniii were adoptedil:- - TI'hat the conference atlirinl thIe des irability of coilnlllllory gradiing of bla...

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POULTRY. CHICKEN POX. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914

POULTRY. (BY WYANDOTTE) CHICJKEI.N POX, There is a considerable amount of chicken pox prevalent in Wangaratta at present. This disease is very con tagious, rarely fatal in old birds, but decidedly so in young ones, The symptoms were described in these columns last year, but they will bear repeating. The cause is unknown, but usually shows itself first as if. the fowl has been fighting, showing small scabs; this if examined closely, resembles a wart, From this others start, and if left unchecked will pro bably grow until they cover the whole of the head and face, eventual ly causing blindness. The birds then gradually starve to death. The treatment of samle is as follows: 1, Separate sick fowls. 2. Give all fowls a dose of Epsom salts in their mash, 3, Thoroughly disinfect all the premises. 4. Add permangi nate of Potash to the water. 5, If the patient Is not a show bird, and the remains of a scar is not dbject ed to the best treatment is as fol lows:--lemove tile scab (destroying it...

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AT BOORHAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914

AT BOORIHAMAN. Empire I)ay was observed here yes terday, but was not celebrated by any special gathering or picnic. A programme of songs and recitations was gone through, and a rmtriotic address was delivered by Mr. J, K. Cunningham, Head Master, Arbor Day at Doorhaman hats been alter ed from Frihlay, 12th June, to Wednesday, 10th ,June, so as to en ahle the A.N.A. representative to be present to Ipresent the picture won by the ;chool for the east koit gardens, the prizc being donated by the A.NA.

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LADIES' GOLF MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914

LADIES' GOLF MATCH. ]cull)Wiig il theu idliiw for lihc 4iidieel I oiihli'u of 15 h 1ufc.~ I hi II. f'i'It triii ii niud \Mull, Iillici': Sltint Itf'vin'iiu ui halu ;Siiv ii; i~ise niLlii. Ht\1n; t11 it~l tl;liim i e udv ; Ali, . (;. liii hutm a ine KcNutrut Mice ('fiv c'in'rlun ulicc Jiilcu NleI.; Sint; I~ifh mil d I nI; NIlt Aib. l]iotc'cu NIra ic ine ( \luite; Niotlt; Sliun l'e r :;NI eI highs; Nije; NI, fduiu; Alivnez unit ;1 Il] \ nn i trr ; Si;; A lI.ov;; .1n~l Stin Ityrn; rs. .1tot 1ar 1 mil

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AT KILLAWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914

AT KILLAWAIIfHA. At the Killawarra and P?eechelba Schools, lnmpiro I)ay was observed yesterday. A number of parents was present and members of the Erhoo1 Cominittees were in attendance. The programnle provided by the Dlpart ment was' performed in each instance.

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MEXICAN REBELS WINNING. WASHINGTON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914

MIEXICAN fIEI3EI4S WINNING, WASHINGTON, Thursday Night. The Constitutionalist (rehobel) Arm ios, which have been carrying all before them of late, are now converg ing in a march which has for its ultimate aim the capture of Mexico City, Saltillo, in the North, and l Topic, in the West, have fallen to the as saults of the rehels, who, however, lost heavily in both cases, Theo rc hels are now marching; on Giluadalta Jaria, an important, city 285 miles W,N.,W, of the capital, and Irom throe they intend to advanllce on Mexico City itself.

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BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914

BENALLA. At the Supreme Court on Tuesday, Edward Waugh, on remand pleaded not guilty to a charge of larceny of money from John Francis Tully, of Violet Town. Mr. Leon prosecuted, and Mr. D. J, Connell (Wangaratta) appeared for accused. The two men occupied the same room at the Rail way Hotel, Violet Town; and they had trunks of similar design, Tully kept money in a tobacco box in his trunk, and on one occasion be took £1 out and put the tin back in a trunk, It was eventually discovered in the trunk 'of accused, but he dent ed all knowledge of having placed it there, Mr. Connell pleaded strongly for accused, and contended that no one but an ass would hide it where it was found. The jury after a short retirement gave a verdict of not guilty.

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AT GLENROWAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914

AT GI4NROWAN, Empire Day celebrations were car ried out at Glenrowan State School with much earnestness and enthusi asim yesterday. The Departmental programme was gone through- the National Anthem, Rule Britannia and Three Cheers for the Red, White and Blue were sung, and the flag saluted, The Headmaster, Mr. M. P. Bren nan, addressed the children on the Expansion of the British Empire. Imperiil and patriotic readings and recitations were given, The children wore dismissed at mid-day, but be fore leaving received a liberal sup ply of lollies, which were plre)sented by Mr. Sheldon, and much appreciat ed by the scholars,

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FOREST FIRE IN JAPAN. TOKIO, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914

FORE ST FIRE IN JAPAN, TOKIO, Thursday Night. A terrible forest fire has swept Kit. ami, the northern portion of Hok kaido (the moHit northerly of the islands constituting Japan),-. An area of 360 square miles was travers ed by the fire. rhirteen lives were lost and great dgmage was done to property,

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SUFFRAGETTES DASH FOR PALACE. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914

SUFFlRAGETTOES, DASH FOR PALAOE. LONDON, Thursday Night, The militant Suflragettes duly made their raid on Buckingham Pal ace to-day, but it cannot be describ ed as anything save a tiasco, The most elaborate precautions had been taken by the authorities to defeat Mrs Pankhurst and her followers, There was a fow moments confusion and then the raid was over. Mrs. Pankhurst was seized and bundled into a taxi-cab. As she disappeared from view, she shouted "That's right, Arrested at the gates of the Palace, Tell the King," Sylvia Pankhurst was also re-arrested and removed once more to Holloway Gaol. After the arrest of the leaders, there was much hand-to-hand fight ing between the Sutlragists and the police, Several constables were in jured, Women threw white and green colouring matter over the police, Altogether forty-two women and three men were taken into custody,

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BROOKES WINS AGAIN. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914

BROOKEIS WINS AGAIN. LONDON, Thursday Night, Norman Brookes was successful to (lday in the fourth round of the sin gles at the Surbiton tournament. He was opposed by' Kitson, who, how over, was uuahble to extend the Vic torian. Brookes won 6-0, E-1.

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KING LEOPOLD'S SON. PARIS, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914

KING LEOPOLD'S SON. PARIS, Thursday INght. The Baroness do Vaughan, who was the morganatic wife of the late King Leopold of Bel gium, is once more ,prominent ly before the public, She invoked the help of the police to recover pos session of King Leopold's youngest son from IM, Durrieux, her divorced husband. The Baroness married MI, Durrieux after the death of the King but obtained a divorce from him in May last, The police forced an en trance to the residence of Mi, Dur rioux at Neuilly and secured the child.

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Late Cable News HOME RULE. DISORDER IN THE COMMONS. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914

[FROM REUTER.] DISORDEI IN TIlE t'COMMONS, LONDON, Thursday Night, So much disorder arose during the third reading debate of tho Ilome Hlulo Dill in the lloa10 of Q(om00o(11 to-daly that th!e sitting had to he On the motion to read the 11111 i third tiile, Lor,(1 IRoiert Cecil Imoved the adjottlitrnlent, of the Doaie (nll the grouind that nlothini woe known of the pI)roosptoisi of the Gov (rnment ill riegard to [Iiiter, The Prime Minister rieplied that the Governmeint desired to secure aI general acquiescence in the lill es tablishing self-govelrnment ad tl an executive for thre-lil?ti of Ireland. Its new proposal would deal with a limited area nld would give the people in that. area it chanice to say at the poll whether, or nllt, they; were 'prelpard to Ieater the now syste?lh Mr Asquith went on to say that the Government was ready to sympathe tically conshkcr suggestions but in the first instance it miust have the firm judgment of the House of Coln mons on the' main pro-osals. Aft...

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UPPER EDI [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914

UPPER EDI A meeting of tho Htate Scichol omminitteo was hold recenctly for the IllilposO of appolntlig oll'c-hcurrt. Mr, A. Newton was elccted (¶hnir man, and Mr., J"?K; Fleming, ('or resplondenlt (1 Tr'o uIII'rI', Thel othIr' menmbers aro Mesur? l, Ki jly, 1,. Ilurns and -I. Kendall. GLENtRONAN. The liaiway ('ommissiouner were, tet hy Messra lIox ald ,Jetirey, h, enlglll'l. IIIn(e an ('d ' 's IIr l'y ri,? cl ively of lhe hlun llll counnlcl, who exllinn'ed, itl ton' u titi ill I \ t i hesllt oItt (ll h (]lenlh ' ne, that l .?idin. wo ld h, tsar;tl a I {,Itt-lOln7 , Mr, l,'itz ltuttrick t prt ,mi ttd iof ,,2 ie . he s'd in contdlion, ll on tmhe council de po~siting, the sun) of £.L'O

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AT SOUTH WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914

Ar SOUTII WANG A1ATITA. IlClnpire I)ay was cntlIUHiraHtlci'll Y ()1fl(rved ye~teiruy, Appropriate ad drI'eit3H wVeIrO ddeIiveCd by tlhe HI n. j. P. V.. 1 owell (Iheiid Mtaetei).' ) chl dr"n weI.O tw ice regaled will ;1 pdetitful suipply of refcevdiicnctai, Iruitti, ,nd bIlliet;, ana1 duting; the autrnost pa ricipatedl ll n atuacc ;li r Ia ni \ llenra A. 'Itnon, t, 1.Atby

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TRANS-ATLANTIC FLIGHT. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914

TRANS-ATLANTIO FLIGHT, LONDON, Thursday Night, Mr. Gustave Hamel, who Is pre paring to make a trans-Atlantic flight at'the end of July, states that he will commence his journey at Bello Isle, on the east coast of Now foundland, and will land in Ireland, Mr, Harold Forster, of Melborneo, will accompany Mr. Haniml as zlavi gator,

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NORTH WANGARATTA SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914

NORTH WANGARATTA BOHOOL, Empire Day was celebrated at the State School yesterday with much enthusiasm, The scholars, after sal uting the flag, went through lessons in geography, readings, recitations and songs of an Imperial and patrio tic character, Addresses were deliv ered by Messrs J. Dowser, M.L.A., members of the School Com mittee,. and the headmaster, Mr. ., J. Kidd, An interesting event was the opening of the now Shelter Shed erected by the members of the school committee, It is substantially con structed and ornamental in appear ance. The parents contributed funds towards purchasing materials requir ed and the Committee formed a "working-booee" and erected the shed, Measrs W. O'Callaghan and R. Hedge doing the carpentering, while the chairman (Mr. J, Morrison) and Mes srs J. Lawrence, R. Dosser, G. Cherry and J, SBillivan provided the necessary labour, Mr. R. Hedge, Correspondent, displayed much en ergy in securing the shed, and the scholars and teacher are highly de lighte...

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