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Late State News MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. A COLD DAY. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914
,ll ,IOUJIUltNI, Tueday Night A ('ub) 1)AY. 11AIIJI IINNI, 'Tuesday Night, Cold wel;tirly wind; aind rain made it cheerle:; oiof o (f'loo in, tihe metropolil tliday. 'Thle teImperature reImaind lowI all day. I! the early )lorningl it waS Iiowi to 45 (legrees, and though 48 dlegeon; wa, reached at 9 a.tm., it ,became colder again at midday, wheln the reading was 47,9 degrees. 'Thle highest record was reached at 1 p.m. with 49,7 degrees, Mr. II. A, Hunt, Commonwealth Meteorologist, stated to-day that under the influence of a low pressure area, located east of Melbourne, the weather in Victoria would continue unsettled and showery, on and south of the ranges, but would become fin er,in the north and north-west,
PANAMA EXPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914
PANAMA EXPOSITION, SThe Prime Minister informed the House of Commons to-day that the Government adhered to its decision not to ta?iO part in the Panama Exposition, Mr. Asquith added that British traders were not willing to participate on such a scale as would ensure the adeduate represen tation of Great Britain,
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.") [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle."; Sir,-Your articles dealing with the present position and the prospects of the dairying industry are very op portune, Dairymen do not seem to realise the great dangers surround ing,the industry, When.the co-opera tive system began, and whole milk only was taken at factories and creameries, prices in the Home mar ket were very satisfactory, Even with little or no supervision, the quality was above that now existing, Prices received by New Zealand but ter at that time were not equal to those obtained by Victorian, Now the position has completely changed The home separator is indispensable in some hilly and distant localities, hut is the. supervision commensurate with this method? One careless sup plier can do 'incalculable harm to a whole consignment. Again, the competition between proprietary and co-operative factories has crept in. Dairymen through some personal feeling often leave their own factory and sell their cream to pr...
LAND SALE AT GLENROWAN [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914
LAND SALE AT GLENROWAN Yesterday a wale of (crowna Iram ; wan held at the Gordon Hall, Glen rovain, being conducted by Mr, Geo. O'Toolo, Land (llcer, amnd Mr. \VWmi, I~lmery, of Mlem;a l' Fhmnigan, New maiin iand Co., acted as tamctlioneer. There wats only it mmmill attendancei ' at the ,ile and of the thirty-t.wo lots ollered only eleven were iold, Mr. W. Holloway, of (ilen1rowaln, ie ing the pnr'chaetr at. the iupset price in each instance, The lot, mhold were Town lota, parish of G(lenrowan, anid were as followmv- Lot 13.-Area 'Ila, Ir, 7p., upset £3 per acre, Lot 14.-Area 7a., upiot £2 10N per acre. Lot 15.-Area San,, upset £3 156 per acre. Lot 16.-Area Sna. Or. lp., upset £4 per acre, Lot 17. Area 4a, ir, 14p,, upset £3 10s per acre, SLot' 18.-Area 4a, ir, 17p,, upset £3 15s per acre., Lot 24.,-Area 3a, it., upset £3 per acre. Lot 25.-Area 2a, Ir, 25p,, upset £3 per acre. Lot 26.,-Area la. ir. 35p., upset £3 10s per acre. Lot 27.,-Area ia, ir. 39p., upset £3 10s per acre. Lot 2...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914
SPORTING NOTES. Hugh Mohogan defeated Joe Well ing on points at the Sydney Stadium on Saturday. McGoorty defeated Dubourg in the sixth round at the Melbourne stad ium on Saturday, The investments made in the to. talisator on last Adelaide Cup day formed a new record for that par titular period. T'he total amount re ceived was £27,666 15s, as against £27,178 5s last year. There has been a steady advance since 1907, when the takings reached only £11,355 5s, Carryall, a horse that competed at the recent Boomerang Picnic meeting, has been allotted 15.6 in one of the events at the Wagga Picnic meeting. Carryall (says the "Herald") is ap propriately named, and must be a Trafalgar in his class, for in three other engagements his weights are 13,6, 13,8, and 13,0. Georgette is not likely to race again, The present intention is -to retire the old mare to the stud In the coming season. Georgette is still perfectly sound. There is no likelihood of Trafalgar being entered for the Melbourne Cup. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914
FLANACAh, HEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES, FRII)AY, 2tth MAY. Salo of 162 acre; I ederalg Freehold Land, account Mr. W. .1. Smith, To be oilherod at Gleu Creek lHo tol, Dederang. SATURi)AY, 30th MAY. Clearing Salh at llarrietville, ac count Messra 1). 0and N. OlomenlOs. VWEDNENSDI)AY, 3rd JUNE, Myrtleford Fortnightly Market. Salo of the Freehold of Cricketer's Arms Hotel, Myrtleford. MONDAY, 8th JUN1O. Clearing Salo at Ioorhanlan account Mr. II. W. lterick. FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. Auctioneers, Wangaratta and 1onalla MONEY AVAIhABLE FOR IN VESTMENT ON BROAD ACIE , IEOURITIES. £27,000 £27,000. W E have the above sum of £27,000 now available for in vestment in saums from £1000 uIp. wards, and for good securities we are proepared to acclpt 4? per cenoat. interest. In view of tihe high rates ,now ruling for lmollney, borrowers phould avail th . ?ehlves of the op portunity to get n eu)y at this ro duced rate, anl should got into com munication with us at once. Apply promptly t...
ALL NIGHT SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 May 1914
ALL NIGHT SITTINGS, T'ile Houte of liteplre'sentllutIv tive t continuoutly flhOt II 1t. 1hn, onl T'lhur' day until middaity on $Saturday. l1e _nlt: P.'tuage of the bill abolishlingt preference to Unionisti inll the (v urnlient ervicet, 'iThere weret other tresult. The opplition talked dtetd fly fort fortiy-fourt' hoturs, in butty gttingi, Hite no one catll ;;aleep in ailly of lthe 'oolll lntsidle theit ' (hatt her belt'iniit of the lliar ntill; of ele trie dtlivision or other bells, otly thotse Iteiielt'i; who \ ould get. away forI it [t' hlourl got anlly reit. A fet clue-ltrdeletied lInuithelr; ii doubtt snatched ai fiurtive half-hour in the l'haimbner itself, tllhe voice of the s?en tinel speaker breaking in aind out of their dreamsl in a hateful menace of sounid, 't'hese tortured guardians of their Party,,squirinlinlg uinder their blankets or great coats on the Min isterial benches, open the eyes of thie visitor to one of the penalties of Parliament. This is not a feast of reaiso...
WHAT IT COSTS TO SHOOT BIG GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914
WHAT IT COSTS TO SHOOT BIG GAME, NeW ZtIalntld htls its dec11 eihootinllg; the Northern ''c'rritory oliers ;oimc thing in the wary of Hlullah; olad there at re Viii'ita ti kinall ro' - olultill; groulls in New ouoth Yalhs; but. for thle Jmost partt AustrailitI;i hais little to prel'scIlt ill the nlature ofII I J g?alle llhoo(itilg, Therefore', in ll'article oIt the cost of Illlmkillg an excllursiolln into the niarest l Iig-gullC coulltry-- nthal is, Africa-and the method and plrocedu'e oil larriviig there, will be of interest to thoseC of our reldlersl whose 1unmbitionts lie in that direc tion, Such an article appeurs in the Jultne issIue of "Life," just to hand, andit it is also of interest to gelleratl readers+, for it descrih;es the pictur euie sll iilect of the country, and the lprospects that. lie in itf for the trader and the huntl'r, The auIthor' o(f the article--which ill the li'mlt of three-ii s rIl, Gl E1,, Aircher Itul ?ell, It well-kollitwnl Aidlaidl IIan whoL puti ill t...
SUDDEN DEATH OF MR. D. LYNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914
SUDDEN DEATIH OF MR1 D. LYNCH, leldeinte of Meladow Crelek di atrict were greatly urpiriiied on W\edneaday when it becanie iknown that during that afternoon iilr. Daniel Iynch, t well-known grazier of the dittrict, nadl been found dead in hil paddock. Mr'. Lynch lived alone on a very line property, and it ii believed tfrom indica tions that he must have hoen dead for three or four daya before being found, li lu was Ilt cen alive on S.aturday, 23rd in?t., by a neigh bour, lMr, J, J, Petty, and he wan then in good health and spirit, It wal the Lcustolim for one( of Mr. Petty's children to take a blottle of milk each morning on his way to schlool, and leave it at I, ai ce rtain spot for Mr. l ynch to collect, 0(nd when returning froim tchool in the afternoon bring back an empty bot, tie. ,in 1Moldly aiftrnoon'l there \wvI; n1o empty bottle anlod the line (C curred on Tuesday, This incident was mentioned by lMl'. Petty to Mr., T. C1'rockett, and on WVcdnesday aller noon the latter went ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914
BULL'S HEAD HOTEL UND1ER NIOW 1ANAU MA1NPI'. J. HUBERIT PIASON (Late of VIIInIxIatowvn and Longwood.) Baut Brandu of tipfrita, Wino'i, Alto and Jt(uora. Meah 1/. Uood Stabling. F'or coutigl 1111 coldii, ii ver I Lii 1/0 R. V. BERRY N ()TI I"5I3 I ho IPublic thalIho boo trlkon ovor thio lootlsnrking And 1l Ipttilt'ing Ilutlncruu ill Murphyl l U trcot, until rnoiitly cuziductod by Mr. U Ilcuz, Ic' lVoin !IIILIIp ( tod Mat. crial iuuarantced. A TRIAL BOLIOIT11l, 1I1J1DENNB ARIE MANY. Ho(,m People have more than thoir Sharo, Illrdlcna of lifo are many. oino people have more than their Plrotty hard tou boar the Iurden of a had back. It's aches and paint; make you mist arable. Lel'rn the calls and r'emIove the Molt backache painh) Cote from uick kidnteyn. Must cure the kidneyu to curd the back, Dotuln't? llacklehe Kidney Pillu ,will tlo it, Lot;; of proof that this it so, Read whatt this ntln iayt: flr, W. Day ilc:;, l'h1 rko I treot, Wanularlila, ;ayil ..."I ulhercd with kidlney troublel...
CHILDREN'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914
CHILDREN'S CONCERT, - - 4 A concert was given in the Meth odist School Hall on T'hurdalay even ing by the scholars at.tetnding tile Sunday School, and wasl a on tinuation of the anniversary celebra tions held a fortnight ago, There was a largo attendanice of plarents anld othtiert to witness the plerfor. inance, which wa; entirely and clev erly carried through by the children, and was one0 of the iet childrens' concerts presented in the town. It. Waits mositt enjoyable, and the linmantcial tuccess wat; gratifying. The little ones had been diligently Ipractising for some time, and very great crc (lit is du111 to the Misses I,. and t, iltidler anld 11, D)avis, who utnder took the traitning of the ehilitrn. The school had been nicely plrelpared for the conlcert, ibut the accomlollntd 'tion was very limited, 11ev. J. J, Brown occupled the chair, and the arranging of the children was at tended to by Mrs D)avis, Misses I, anlld I. Laidler, Davis, Mather, Mes srs Ebbott, Davit and flicks. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914
FLANACAN, NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES. SATIJIDAY, 30th MAY. Clearing Halo at nlurrietvillo, ac. Count Mietaiti 1), uld N. Clemente, WI)UNI I)AY, 3rhd ,JUINE, Myrtleford Foritiglhtil Market. TI lllll)A Y, Il th(l IN ], Wangaratta Sheep and Cattlq Mar keot, MONDAY, 8th JUNE. Olearing Hale at Doorhaman account Mr. IH. W. Borick. TUESDAY, 9th JUNE, Wangaratta Pig Market. THURSDAY, 11th JUNE. Moyhu Monthly Market. WEDNESDAY, 17th JUNE, Myrtloford Market, Sale of the Freehold of Oricketer's Arms Hotel, Myrtleford, THIIRSI)AY, 18th JUNE. Wangaratta Market, FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & 00, Auctioneers, Wangaratta and Donalla MONEY AVAILABLE FOR IN. VESTMVENT ON BROAI) AIllhl HII0UUIRITIIS,. £27,000 £27,000. LI have the above sumi of LV! £27,000 now available for in vestment in numn from £1000 up. wards, and for good securities we are prepared to accept ,? per cent, interest. In view of the high rates now ruling for money, borrowers should avail thetanelvee of the op portunity to get ...
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. EVANS & LANGLANDS [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914
AUCTIONEERS' REPiORTS. EVANS & LANGLAN1),J 1'Vllian and llllihlald; repor'41)1t ha1v ing held thcir us:ual fortnightly markett at their yardh s, Myrtleford, 11h+,, \Wednesday, :0I1h la;.t,, when y\e. had it full yarding of hoth Chep alnd cattle. at l4lhe1cp, A good yardilng and brihkl dcmaand for all lot)1 ole1r ed, elle4 xbr\ d w4ithersn old for Mr. J. l in44i to 1 ; bd(,I, iourcha led by Mr Fav\e4ll; a/c Mr, I. (Clela d to 18s; 6d; and other l ;mall lots from 17s 6d. Fat tattle.- We had a splendid yarding of good quality, which met with a brisk salo, The big attend ance of butchers competing well, and we sold right out at prices highly 4atisfa4ctory to vendors, as follows lltullocks a/c Mr. WV, Lee to £10 is; a/c Mr. P. Roche to £8 12s; others to £8; cows a/c Mr. R. Deveridge £6 19s, £7 3s to £7 15s; a/c Mr. W. Lee to £6; a/c Mr. T. Morrison £4 18s to £5 10s; and several odd lots cows and heifers £5 15s to £6 7s Cd; vealers to £3 4s; store cows to C£3 15s; bulls 90s. W\ANG...
BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914
lI1 lO' I R)tllL l ?W l TII, Ath th General Hessions oil Wetldns lba , ,IJAs. th'ls ,lteson plleatled, guill\v to t\\"1 charges of inike reprec sentationl at Mount IHulillo, h~r w\hieh he obtainedl moncv Irain) t\l. Newmnan, mnague~r of thlt Gov"eratent Chalet., n\lD \]l. hl ile, of 1111 ' Ho\\ sl ice, Al ' - c t, II1 also plil:1( guilt\" to chatrges r, fill M erv and ut ter inl; a Bright. 110 adml iltted (\\' iniol &lt;oanvietionls, Itb it\hick he P, n)\\ unlleluing '.,v lelll'e. (,le? sonl \\ ý, , senullit'Ud to I' 'II? IIIt h,' I IIIIn I isonna nL . '11 111111'.' l 1 11,) ·1. )11I1111 1 lit, ~ I, MYRiTL:.FORiD. l'r. R . ,\li l , ,I.1'., last w\v l.: w as \,nulin ' , t hii, latln, \\hell ht \,i n luI ,ld h i\ t 0 ;s, ,l1 ag i t a ,lheil. ,\I1 . \.lilue lIt-t &lt;a -,idelahle pain in thl !,idll, hull h, d1d not l" e i ,dicnal :1dvbie i)1 ,)o1(" At1, s. N,\tntuiall" ht' \i tll.d l r I l al t , ur tI)e IIt i ,it ,I?. lilt I1i. ?ull on, i1 ,\lyrtlii th'h \\lho l1)1(d l...
CHILTERN COUNTY COURT. Wednesday, May 27. (Before His Honor Judge Box.) INJURY TO A MARE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914
OHILTERN COUNTY COURT. ----- +----- Wednesday, May 27. (Before His Honor Judge Box,) INJURY TO A MARE. Margaret Kelly v, Frank Baker. Olaim £20 damages for injuries caused to a mare through chasing her out of a paddock with a dog; the said mare ran through a barb ed wire fence and sustained serious injuries, Mr, Edmondson for plaintiff and Mr. J, D. 'Connell for defendant, Mr, Edmondson, in opening the case, stated that the horse was in defendant's paddock with other horses, having got in through the slip rails which were down. Defend ant had the remedy of impounding the animal, but instead he got a dog and chased the horse out. He admitted driving the horse out of the paddock, Alter evidence had been taken, Mr, Connell asked for a non suit, A person was quite within his rights to remove wandering stock from his premises. 'There was no lawful act and no evidence of anything unlaw ful having been done. His Honor, in summling up, said: --There is no law against a person erecting a bar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914
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