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COROWA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914

COROWA. Mr. Winm, J. Culver, licensee of the Redlands Hotel (and a former resi dent of Killawarra, having been li censee of the Wino Cafe) has trans ferred the license to Mr. V. J, Howard,

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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"DEATH OF INGLORIOUS UNION" [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914

"DEATH OF INGLORIOUS UNION" Mr. John Redmond, leader of the Irish Party, was interviewed this evening after the third reading of the Home Rule measure had been carried in the House of Commons. lie declared that the division takcn in the Commons that day. marked the death of the inglorious Union, Only two eventualities could now prevent the Bill becoming a Statute. Either Parliament would have to dissolve within a month or the House of Commons must go mad and pass a resolution not to pro sent the 13Bill for the Royal assent. 13oth of these things were absurd and a Home Rule Parliament was now indisputable. If the Amending 13ill did not outrage a fundamental part of the original measure, overy Nationalist would rejoice.

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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Late Cable News Home Rule Passed [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914

Late_ Cable s [FROM REUTER.] lome ole Passed When tihe House of Conmuons met to-day miembh'ers were in ait Ihoasteroaus mood, but displayed no hitterness, Every seat was occupied, and the nmeniber's of the diilerent parlties chat ted while watching the more active combatants in the arena. The Peers' Gallery was packed. Mr. Asquith, the Prime Minister, was welcomed with cheers, and Mr. Lloyd George, Chancellor of the Exchequer, on entering quietly Was received with thunderous and ironi cal cheers by the Unionists, which the Chancellor, rising from his seat, acknowledged. Mr. Donar Law, Lea der of the Opposition, and Sir Ed ward Carson were warmly greeted, The introduction of Mr. S. Gan zoni, the new Unionist member for Ipswich, was made the occasion of a slpecial demonstration by the Opposi tion. The Prime Minister announced that the, Government intended to incor porate in the Amending Bill any set tlement, which might be reached be fore it was introduced. If no settle mont were arri...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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CHURCH SERVICES. Wangaratta Methodist Church. SUNDAY, MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Wangaratta Methodlat Church, SUND)AY, MAY 31. Wangaratta 11,-Mr. J, G, Evans. Wangaratta 7,-Roev. J, J. Brown. Eldorado 11,-Rev. J, J. Brown. Eldorado 7,-Mr. G. Walker, Oarraragarmungeo 3,-Rov, Brown, Everton 3,-Mr. J, ,G. Evans. Boorhaman 11,.-Mr. GU. Walker, Doralma 3,-Mr. G. Walker,

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LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914

LIEAGUE, South Melbourne, 77 points, beat St. Kilda, 66 points, Collingwood, 125 points, boat (ni vorsity, 53 points. Rlichmlond, 77 points, boat Goolong 53 points. Fitzroy, 46 points, boat Carlton, 28 points. iElssoedon, 54 points, boat blel bourne, 37 points, ASSOCIATION, Brighton, 91 points, boat Northcoto 312 points. Hawthorn, 88, boat Williamstown, 72. North Melbourne, 82, beat Foots cray, 52. Port Mel(bourne, 73, ea't ]F;onlimOl, 08. Ililunawick, 12.11 (83 poiitu), ) , 1'ralhl'all, 2,11. (83 poilt.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914

For Children's hacking cough at night Woodo' Great Peppermint Ouro. 1/6. Ladies, Please Note, ITlADIES aro reoueastd to noto !iTL thlat tho OtlllCe of lthe ILdtlic?' Collogo of Health, havo been romov ed from .16 Eliizbettl Streot, to Pliair's Buildings, 3127-329 Collimit Strect, Melbourne. Tho Uollehgo 1hal thio'olo agency in Victoria for l)r. 1). A., Coonloy's famous Uranguo Lily Trutiielnt, which for the lpmat '5 years hais beeni ollecting miuch won derful cuties altmollg, Wollint l II ll plartt of Autitralia. lFor th1 bnolitl, of 1intflrerto, tand for tho1 m into w oli i i8o Io ho Kinc lit) Illhy hIII faile'l' to tII)I)V1i , i fIT'* v1aliiuabll m>d'ical biook will 1)b tcitt Ito. aniyonio writing to Dept. J;I, ''l'h l oilih:i' 'ollog? of Hlealth, 1'hai"o'; I ihilili t, 3',i Col line Htreet, McllAourtnc. MRS. M. 1', H'TIWA ItT will visit Wangaratta on W\V1'INIIHDl)AY, MAY 20th, from 10.30 to 6 p-11l For iBronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6. F,5_ /Y" sý . ! ...

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UNREGISTERED RACING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914

SU1RUGISERIM) IIRACING ASSOCIA''ION. A ltspecial t, eetin of delegates ronl t clubst inl the Northlithutern haciung U?luba' Ai\. elation, wilt held At All'. t, fetl,ennan'l ('riteri(ll Hotel, Watt tuar ittlt, o i Mo all y fior tihe purpotl le of eonsidering all appeli lodged by II., oxall, owin er of The Villian, against Ti. uloneiy'ii )otreetn beiung lwiiUi1dd thei Ntovelty I'iniy r iace riull at ledi otice;t on tillh Mlay, o the grlloundt that i ) 'tet n had noti beein ut tin(llei flrt that event and started oil tile wrong l mu trI, ail , TI. r lourle, (ch itr Iltlitl ctl ion + again;W ralseti , l~t ,£h lo t,, oatn of the Airneiatioa, presided, aid the tdele y (llate rl t were: M t'++','+ 11. 11. Alanntint; (l~trbig t), 'T. ,loonly aln ,. J lat.l' (UhDinawar blt), I,. \Yillinron (l dlhhrado), I'. A, A. , u;ol, i cretarly, all A. liyrle (Aloyliu), and J. Ilkiming and I. Morgean (ldli.) The Secretary stated that he had received the written prlote,;t and dc. plrsit of ti'5 from the s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914

AILllN ANI. M'l\V I NK lY DARRIS'TERSl & SOlAL''TOII?S. REID STROEET', WANlUAlATTA. Mr. Ahorn, (Colminilliiioor for Now South Wales. Trust and other Moneoy to Lond, NOTOUTT & PUiRURIOK, Bnrrlatoer and Solicltors, REID STRIIEET, WANUARATTA, Mr. T. F, Notcutt, a COonunilt onor for taking allldavito; Mr. F. . 'ur brick. Trust and other Money. to Lond at Lowest lRates. OHAS. II. SUMMERS, A.R.V.I.A. AItOIIHITIECT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta, JASPER IUSUAND), B.A., L.L.D., Barrister and Solicitor. REID STREET, WANGARATTA. H. A. MURDOCII, BARRItSTEIR & BOLICITOR, REID STREET, WANGARATTA. Commissionor for taklug Atldaviti. Moneys to Lond at lowest rateo. ITHOMAS GRAHAM, B.L., BARRISTER & SOLIOITOR. The l1in of Grahami and Miurdock Laving beeo diusolved, Mr. Giaham will continue huIiuenu In Chambers la Commercial luildings, Reid Street. Moneya areo waiting lnvostment at surrnat rat(». DANIEL J. CONNELL, Barristor and Solicitor. MURPHY STREET, SWANGARATTA A Co...

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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914

GENERAL. The Wangaratta Poultry and Hor ticultural Society have issued the schedule for their first Show, and as the prizes otfered are liberal a first class entry should he received. Eight gold medals and a trophy are oter'ed in the poultry section, .and a tmedal and cash prizes in the horticulture. The s;ccretatry, Mr, J. J. liddihough, advisei; that he will be pleased to fovrward a schedule to anybody mak ing application. There is a local class which should stir up some of our local fanciers, and the judging of the first three birds will be carried out on the score card system. Anybody other than it winner nimay have his hbirds so judged at the show on August 5th next on the prepaytment of 6d1 per bird to be so scored. This is ait step in the right direction, Mr. George Woodward will act as judge. Mr. It. Deana has added a pen of Minorcas to his yard, they are somne thing good, and will take ai lot of heating at forthcoming ;hoows. These handsome birdls have bIeen neglected in th...

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POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914

(BY WYANI)OTTE) 'Tlere ari many kindred ailments tliht appear to follow commonioi cold;, and of tlese;I looupi is about tihe worsti. Now that we have the cold we\ tthl?' ittil rainty litieason uIpon li1 it i;) as! well or' the proftiable ird to lie well looked after. I(oulp i!h triiiittllinaiti lu, l frain liird L( bird atid on tlhat iaccolinti the ialle.ted lird(j holi;h tlh e ?paratirled frlti t the hli tlihy oIi't nd treated tii givent herein after, ('all;;e : --.Th(! o"galni;Iin that pro vok(ei roiit) is iiistl pol)tively known, a ntumtll I' of rotp ii) i?r ?t hiiv IJbicn di:coverdIl by ,cietitl;t;, but thiley iitvu n0ot dlfinitily aigrced which its ihe acLtuial gtcl'n or tiii'olii(b;, Cli?tsui ; of ]{olip:---(.-attrhrtl l lio p, iulld l)iph tih ritc liotip; the foi'Iut i1; chliarai cter ibcd by a vw'atery eeiretion aitd thile nlatter bIy the fto)ltii.i ot of chlieey paitchl . To tria t. withl tlhe fuormer, fir't-'Thce fymptnoim, are renning at Iht nooe tt till waittig if the cy...

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DOIG & VALLENDER. WANGARATTA PIG MARKET. Tuesday, May 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914

DOIG & VALLENDER WANGARATTA PIG MARKET, Tuesday, May 26th, Doig and Vallender report - A fair yarding of all classes to a bet tor attendance of buyers, Competi tion was keen at the finish, prices rose fully 5s per head on last mar ket rates. We sold.-Baconers a/c Mrs Hahne 17 from £3 4s to £3 12s Cd; a/o Mrs Annesley £4 2s (topping the market); a/c F, Bl3arnett 2 at £8 7s 6d; backfators a/c E. Ring £5 10s; a/c W. Hammond 2 at £3 10s; a/o J. Lennon £2 16s 6d; a/c ER. Ring £3 1s; a/c H, Young £2' 7s; 3 a/c F. Barnett £3 12s 6d, Stores a/c F. Barnett 3 at. £1 14s, 2 at £1 12s; a/c J. Sims £1 3s; W. Nau ghtin 9 at £1 3s Gd; a/c Mrs Nash £1 1s; n/c Archie Cameron 7 at £1 7s; C. Twamley, 6 at 18s,

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914

FOOTBALL. On Saturday next the season in connection with the Ovens and King Association willopen. Six teams ara competing, and the indications are that some good football and closely contested games will be witnessed. The Eldorado and Wangaratta teams have been strengthened by the in clusion of several new players, while _eechworth and Milawa have also had additions to their ranks. Moyhu will put practically the same eigh teen into the field as last year. North Wangaratta is a new com bination, and what they are capable of Is not yet known, The opening games are:-Wangarat ta v. Eldorado (umpire Hamilton); Moyhu v. North Wangaratta (umpire Walker); Beechworth v. Milawa (um pire Bradley), The team to represent Milawa in their match against l3eechworth on the grounds of the latter on Satur day, will be selected from ), Gard nor (capt.), Kennedy (3), Fowler (2), King (2), Culph (2), Ferguson (2), Wellington, Johnson, White, Thorn, Spink, Newth, Gross, Skehan, Will cox, and O'Neill The d...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. WANGARATTA PIG MARKET. Tuesday, May 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & 00 WANGAIRATT1'A Pl; MAIURK~'T, Tuesday, May 26th, Flanagan, Newman and Co, report having hold their usual fortnightly Pig and dairy cattle market yester dlay, Fat Pigs.--We had a good yarding, included in which were some very fine haconers, and the demand throughout was firm. We sold heat baconers a/c Messrs Sharp Bros., Bright, to .4 14s; a/c Mr. Higgin son pigs at £4 12s; pigs a/c Mr. Gaoo, Powell, Milawa, £4 2s 6d; sev oral other pens making £3 10s to £4; lightweight baconers £3 to £3 9s; porkers 50s, Stores,-A good supply, and firmer demand. Forward stores 48s 6d; slips to 20s; no suck ers yarded,.

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GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914

GRAIN MARKET, Dulness and quietness ruled in wheat to-day. Prices were slightly lower. Prompt delivery 3s 101d alongside; 284 bags sold at 3/11. Oats were firmer, and showed an ad, vance of 3d a bushel. Today's prices are : Oats,-Milling up to 1/111; seed higher; feed up to 1/101. Barley.-Malting Chevalier (almost nominal) up to 3/6; Cape malting, 2/1 to 2/3; feed 1/10 to 2/. Maize.-Good new, 3/8; trade lots of old, up to 3/11, Ohaffl.-Choice wheaten, £3/2/6 ; choice oaten, £3/216, prime £3: good £2i415/ to £9/17/6; inferior to £2 10s, Hay and Straw,.-Manger hay £4 10/ to £5; manger sheaves £3 to £3 5/; chaffing sheaves £2/5/ to £2/10, Victorian straw prime 37/6,, ex rail; Tasmanian £3, ex-wharf. Potatoes.-Prime to choice Trafal gar district Carmens, £4 10s to £5 good to prime from other districts £3/10/ to £4; Brownells £3; inferior potatoes down to £2, Onions.-Primo to choice £6/5/ to £6/10; small lots occasionally slight ly higher.

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THE MART. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914

,1, Ilu'ckley, the Mart., reportsI tuv. lug sold( it miiIei lot. ofItmoiitty litI Itiioittthi lii toi li ud pate, fowlii to 3tlid hair, unltik toi *t1+ 6 1, gieen I ililileli li ;'t iase. A liirge lot. of

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WATTS, TURNBULL & CO. WANGARATTA MARKET. Thursday, May 21st. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914

WATTS, TURNBULL & 00. WANGAIlATTA MAlItKEIT. Thursday, May 21st, Watts, Turnbull and Co. report having held their usual fortnightly sheep and cattle market on Tnurs dlay last, when they had ait big yard ing of both fat and store stock, The attendance was very good, and we succeeded in disposing of the whole yarding, Fat Cattle,-Prices were again good, but hardlly up to those ruling at previous market. We sold prime lightweight bullocks a/c Mr. D. Donovan, Sprlnghurst, £7 18s, purchased by Mr. A. Tyrrell; cows a/c same owner £8 Is, and vealers £3: bullocks a/c Mrs M. Read and Sons, £9 15s to £11, purchased by Mr. J. R. Newey; cows a/c Mr. Jas, Nicolls, £5 17s Gd to £6 7s, Fat Sheep,-A much bigger yard ing than of late. Extra prime sheep sold as well as previously, while lighter shooeep were hardly as good. We topped the market with a pen of xbred wethers a/e Mr. A. J. Dunk ley, which made 29s, being purchs;cd by Mr. Jas, Molony, We also topl ped tile market with ewes from Mr....

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OLD COLONIST DIES SUDDENLY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914

OLD COLONIST DIES SUDDENILY. Mr. David Boyd, a well-known far mer, residing at Kilfora, near Ben alla, died suddenly last night, He was 87 years of age, and was ap parently in good health yesterday. Mr. Boyd came to Victoria in the early fifties, and has resided at Kil fera since 1857.

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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914

TH1H RAINFALL, The following points of rain were recorded in Victoria for the 24 hours ended 9 a.m. to-day:-Avenel 13 points, Benalla 20, Beechworth and Bright 60 each, Ohiltern41, I)ookie 17, Eldorado 45, Harrietvillo 86, Rutherglon 31, Wahgunyah .24, Wod onga 43, Yarrawonga 32, Yackand andah 58.

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SHEEP SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914

SHEEP SAL ES, There was a fair. attendance at the Newmarket yards to-day. The mar ket opened briskly, at a shade ad vance on last week's values, and quickly firmed to a rise of from 6d to is a head on all good trade lots, For lambs the market was particul arly brisk at from Gd to is advance on last week's rates. There , were 14,600 sheep and 4270 lambs penned, Some of the prices are as follow: Crossbred wethers 24s 6d to 29s Gd; extra to 30s; odd wethers to 50s; crossbred owes 21s Gd to 25s 9d; ex tra to 28s 9d, Mprino wethers 21a 6d to 24s 3d; extra to 27s ld; merino ewes lis 6d to 18s 9d; prime lambs 15s Gd to 19s 3d; extra 20s to 22s; odd lambs to 24s,

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TWO BAD HABITS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914

TWO PAD HABITS,. Mary Annie Carroll, 40, Park-st., South Melbourne, to-day, obtained a decree nisl for dissolution of her marriage to Herbert George Carroll, 40, of Benalla, groom, on the ground of habitual drunkenness and habitual cruelty.

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