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AT THE CONVENT SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
AT''I T11I0 (ONV1IN'l' S3CIOOI. At St. *Josuph'n Primiaiy Mclioo1 J)mprcLhy wa'il cc1ehiutdc by iCeid ingt; of a j)Iatri(tic ntatIure Lb! Cofl ponition oil The Pluupj'llllire, Pat~riotic coughl: were Haul;:, and thre childlren weeC (hitminCd at mid-diy tio joini in the picnic, airrani'igld to ccclibiate the occililioni
AT MILAWA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
A'1' MELAWA., ''huo rl() I'raitlItO fur 141nipirc ILhty lug th III' iniili, wi~der th ei an1cC III qti. Ilnideit eu, hi wi IihrII. In the ill (itiiiiiii the childhen thera nth ueuhaiiieiith juieoht It he pli iiti'e.huh, T he ill hhiui, 11 prov iii Itt Hill iiiptuouc Hi illuiih l of lI d1 t gI e ill tvhie leraii Iuilt iio ofii theh huh tart'\ 111111, where t111-11, I(Iol'el'ta(, o an t rtt he hll hiiii ii ethu iuuiiiiu hieiu in ethe ai aI, liii'ui, abut A,, o'nhe WhtoreMl i uliii hlt ; unIl ie, M, 111I the cildrn illtent aiaratr nd r V, IBioui 111ilut 0r. Ihttvjih I ,loie;ea aleo hueetI tcl'euteut hIelphiij with the 1p)ort d(luring tlie day and at the aftelornoon mneeting Mr. I3rown ailso addreeied the gatlhering. A line liberal helpliig of catkco, iindwichcie alnd tea followed, and tlio ohildrcn left for lhmoie delighitd with thecir (lday'a.leirfourancaael. The Bchool ,?nm miittce wieh to thaink tlio parent: for iproviding ;uch a line repaut,
AT WHOROULY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
AT WIIOROIJLY. inipire D)ay was celebrated at the Whorouly State echool on 'lhursday by a picnic, concludingi with a dance( in the hall at night. In the morn ing the scholars carried out the pro grammine upcilied Ib the )epartment, and were addressed by the Head Master, Mr. ( l. I latlield. Short lv after midday the children were re galed with refreshments provided by the ladies. I urin1: the afternoon thi children competed in races, illlline, etc., for prizes. Heveral events for adults were also run oil. The Shef field Handicap was won by Edie Slilk; high jump hv Ilert (armody; cigarette race by W. Marchant; en velope race by Alex Ihunter: throw lng' at Wicket by G. lRoach, kicking football by E. 8pink. During the afternoon there was a large attend ance of parents, and an enjoyable time was spent. M?lmbers of the School Committee present were Mes srs W. W. Nicoll, J.P., J. Carmody, G. Kneebone, (I. Lean, J. Newton. A dance wan held in the hall in the o: enlng and was well attended,...
AT CARRARAGARMUNGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
'Ihere Wv a igoo d attendlancC at this shchool of parents and scholars who were reccIirtll andi welcoIed by Mlieai ('hency, head teachor. J)uriae, the fI?renoon the school p)rovlraunlu? including the enlute of the Flag wail carried througlg. In the aft.ernoon all a,?;clmbled in the, (Chohl'ooloo C(r. 11I. Klei in occupied the chair. The epeakern were Mlerin J. (owwer, M.L1.A., Walter Swan, J.P'., and ('r. KIlemn, and after a prograrnle of Hinging, and recitation( the ladiesl of the diet riot u?nle?ted by incinhern of the Hehool (oilmittee, Meenre Ilouri giul (coielrrpondent), Sheledy tu1d( Andrew Swan helped the children to a treat in a u nltantialet afternoon tenl. (?aImes, races, amLd it numbellr of prizee made up )a stirrijn afternoon for tihe children.
DISTRICT NEWS ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
D)ISTRICT NEIWS ALBU flY. The Flower Show, hold in the Albury Theatre recently in aid of St, Patrick's Tennis ('lub, and the fund for the establishment of the T'leach ing lirothers in Albu'y, resulted in a clear prolit of .li169 18t Id', ELDOFIADO, On Wednesday last at the Polico Court, lildorntdo, before Messrs H. Falconer anid W, Swan, J'N,P., the following cases were dealt with:--W, Rl. Angus v. W. ''Thompson, verdict for .C2 0s lid fur goods supplied with 5s costs, lFrancis Collins v. Alfred I)earn, debt i.s, verdict for amount with 5s costs, 'Francis Collins charg ed Alfred l)earn with assault. Do fendlant did not appear, Complain ant isworn, stated that on 29th April he was in his stablo at 6 o'clock in the morning harnessing his horses, when )earin and a person named Pearce entered, lIcing ldark Dearn did not weo hinm, and was going out again, when Collins; asked him what he wanted. lDeamrn then approached Collins and asked him some ques tions. lie became abusive and with out...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
MONTGOMERY~ In loving memory of' my .dear Husband and loving Father, Samuel Montgomery, who died at Wangaratta, on 22nd May, 1913 &nbsp; We mourn, but not with bitterest grief, For death to him gave sweet relief, -Inserted by his wife and children, Wangaratta Chronicle, Published on WIDNIDBDAY & BATURIDAY MORNINGB. SATURDAY, 23rd MAY, 1914,
FEDERAL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 23 May 1914
FEDERAL MATTERS. A gr1oip, of city merchants waited upon the Primeo mlini tler this wcck tllnd priesented ai series of re?t'lutitions fronm thll (.'iCamlber of Cantiulrcle They are good rcadinlg--Ihese retohlu tions, They bring into the Fedral iarenoa it lbreeze of commilon u e i;e, Very refreshing after lrecent nauei;ttil luIIciOe of the Federal Iaerliamcnt. We will conlenue for our readcil; 1he most ilnporituut of t Ihese propuualnu froll the Iman in the etrcet : 1, That. where it (luverninuIIIntit tart businlless or lnliuful ture it, tlhull Iilh 11h riuiiilli y it trlle bih anuce i uec Uhowing rill the exp'uuliture , 2. That nlI order he placed with ai Govwrnenlt factuory tuntil it huul beel submiitted to public tender, the ten der acclepted to Ibe made public, 3. Tluat the Federal an11d 1late (Gov)ern)mentsi co-olperate ill the ilt miigration of suitable pleople, 1. Tha'It e he shale oil re)ource:O of Australia 1)o at once inspected ldul developed. 5. 'IThat preferent ial trade ...
ENGLISH CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914
ENGLISH ORIOKEIT, Playing for Middlesox against 'ssex to-day the Victorian, Frank Tarrant, maleo 250 (not out) runs by masterful cricket in 5 hours 20 minutes batting. J. W. Hearno made 106. 'lThe famous Surrey batsman J. 1. H-obb)s was in great form against Yorkshire at Bradford, He knocked up 100 in 75 minutes, hitting no less than five sixers.
ENGLISH BILLIARDS. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914
E7NGLISHI3I ILLIARlDS, LONDON, N1oudiay Night. The gecond hililiiud match of 18,000 up, fol' it0! n di, between. Goeorga (;ray and 'INewm;niI1, who 113 again recciving a istait of 2000, tune COnI ed t~hisi evenin~g, Newmniut light~ly In cre('1 ed his lead( to-day, andt when play conctludtedl to-n ight the sco1'Cr stood 04 f4)ll0ws- NEWM11AN (icc, 2000) ,,. 3190
BOXING IN LONDON. LONDON, Monday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914
BOXING IN LONDON, LONDON, Monday Midnight. Two interesting boxing contests took place in London this evening, At the National Sporting 0lub, Jim Sullivan, middleweight champion of England, met Pat O'Keoefe, the Irish American boxer, who has been in England for the last couple of years, The fight went the full twenty round4 and was won on points by O'Keefe, who boxed splendidly. The other contest was a heavy weight fight at the Ring. "Jim" Savage (U.S.A.) and "Petty-Officer" Curran (England) were opposed to each other. Here too the light went the twenty rounds, Neither boxer showqd much science. Savage was twice cautioned for butting, The concluding rounds were marked by fierce exchanges, and both men were severely punished. Savage won on points,
EVERTON SCHOOLS' PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914
EYERTON SCHOOLS' PICNIC. -·-*- * - On Monday 1l'npire Daly waN cole brated at L iver lovrton Stato School, wlhell i joint pirniic of the Upper and aIover i'Vertlol Hchools was held. T'lheircii \ Ia lhargo attond uitrce, and tho gathering was llmost ilceeSSfu il tiatd enjoyable. The coin llitt ees of Ih In'l hool. worked hard in orglanliiiing lihe picnic, alnd the children Siiucc'essully canvasoled for dontations, nloull, .'I10 eing raised by tlhen. Tmh day waOs devoted to foot racing principally for the ilmunsoment of the children. A beautifully framed enlarged pic turo ofk the Openling of the First Aue tralian Parliament by His Majesty King George V, (then Duke of Corn wall and York) was presented to the Lower Everton School by the School Committee, Teachers and Par onts, in commemoration of Empire Day, 1914. After saluting the flag and repeat ing the Proclamation, children sang patriotic songs, including God Bless the Prince of Wales, At~tralia's Na val Cadets and Rule Britannia, ...
ST. JOHN'S WORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914
sip' JOHN"'; WOH'I'. Writing from ]lcndigo, DIr. 11, J Oke, maker tihe following comnment; on an article which alppeared in our columnl; dealing with the t., John's Worti ptet. "Wh'ilst I am in cordial agreeient. wvith the article o1 a whole aund hope tio ;ee it followed by other; of the s?aine calilbre, there is one p?a;;sage in it, that, I t010li is far too u, vteping, 'The writer, after referrinlg to Pro fessor ,oebeh"le' faoi?i i i; ici iver'y of the ladybird Ibeing a n11tul al enliuly of the scale insects that, were dcr; troying thousandh of ('alifornian 'it' run groves, laments that o(u' depart imental officers n ever nelill Lto iake lany discovery of ecolnomic i value. 'This, however, is unjust for without looking up records a nithiber of iln portant discoveries might, hie m1e1 tioned off hand. In the lhint place Professor Koebele himinself stated that it was the obuervation of Mr, Cirawford, it Souith Australian en tomiologist, that led to thim marvel lous value of the ladyb...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914
Woods' Great peppermint Cure, For coughs and colds, never fails. 1/0 k'.j NURSES of Lar ge Experience Recon ttedul CLLJ KN S to their Pi tionto. NURSE CATlEI I NINE KORTING of 176 )vis Street, )hunsii ck, Vic, writes as follows (29/2/12) ; CLEvIENTS TONIC liD. " I mu writing about the amount of good CLEMIENTS TONIC has done lly dlauglh. ter. In January last year, she was operated upon for appendicitis. Shite was eight weeks in the hospital, and came house very weak and run down. I gave her several bottles of Clement, 'Tonic,. It soon streit b!heed her nerves, she was as well as I could wish her before long. Fourteen years ago I first used this medicille as a nurse and have recomluended it times out of nu.;l;'r. I have seen people ru!ored io health and strength, idml bless the day they heard of it. It never failed to do igood. CA (INE K!MTINGI , lccCA'I'lllRIc I!.; f(.iflrc(l'c Ne lE l ho \,llill it cc 1 tc lt e 1 nl ut. 1,tsu,\ tt ttt I1h c\ t!, ;;t I'. cY, . h~t IH l;etl ,ti(, I'a ...
AGRICULTURE IN THE KING VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914
AURIIICULTUIIE IN THlE I1ING VALLEY, The fertile Iatlat of the upper por tion of the King Valley present a very ipro;iIperouits tilpearatitce thit yetar. "trieiier arte Ibutily engagedt l in putting in their crlop: of cereals. The beautiful, bllaIi ;oil covered by lthe young growl?th of nts and wheat is a ple:a.ant .;ight. From "'T"hie ilullow" onwatrds ?ft.reenlit?a )ier-t'? the view iJ every direction. The gra?sit; lt(lddo i+t; have it vigorous. growth of herbtiage. t is a arec oc eaattin to tree the result of OVer.. utocking. The oldler grai a it i lli cient to give cover to the younger. iStock are in very goodt order, and everything pointri to a prosperous season. Though the tobacco crop was dis appointing in many cases, yet there have been some good crops harvest ed. At. Mr. Fred Swinburne's the crop is a very payable one, The leaf is well developed, and of good tex ture. At this farm, there is also a splendid crop of pumpkins. These were planted on an acre that was first sown ...
DISTRICT NEWS. BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. 3BEELCHWORTHi, Air. G, Taylor h111 been appointed oflicer-in-charge of the 1l1echworth Gaul in place of MAr. I. C, Finnia, who was recently promoted Governor of the Geelong Gaol. .IENALLA. Hergeant Dlrummond who had charge of the 14enalla Police Station for 4ome yearl, died in the P'olice Itospital, Melbourne, on H1aturday. 11ie was 56 yearl; of ago, 4t4d it pop ular imem41be1r of ithe force, lie joined the force 2, yearli algo. lie le\aves] 4i wife and family of two sons ( aind three daulllghterl. On S 4undao y last the 4annual4 collec tions were made ill St., Alndrew's Church, in aid of t1he "'angaratta Iospital. A forcible sermon wa;1 preached by the Rev. A, ('. Mc('o 1 4h4 , who pointed ot that hospita44 ls were esltablished a the reu4lt of Chrietianity, and how it was the dluty of 11al I 'i;Ilan;; to lsupport thei,. The mni'lring collection total4 - led A,5 7s 9d1, and the evening £3 28 9d, making £8 14I) Id for tile dlay, which amou1nt will ie duly for warded. T...