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Late Cable News KING WINS. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914

late Cable n [FROM REUTER.] KING WINS, LONDON, Thursday Night, HIl Majesty the King won the Groat Surrey Foal Stakes at lIpsom yesterday with his colt Friar Marcus The victory caused tremendous 1put lic enthusiasnl The Great. Siltrey Foal Stakes is at event ollor two-year-oldst, woriith £1000, SIpeial weights are fixed, but certain allowances tmay he claimett The distance is live furlongs, lEntries for the race totalled l .t.. Friar Mar' cuts is a hny colt, by Cicero from Primn Nun, and is one of the numer ous team of horses trained for his Majesty byt R. Marsh, at Nowmarkot.

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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BOWMANS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914

BOWMANS,. The many friends of Mr, Alexander will be sorry' to hear that he Is at present suffering from a severe at tack of peritonitis, and his condition is such as to cause grave anxiety to lis medical adviser. A further downfall of rain occurred on Monday night, and all the resi dents are in expectation of a boun teous' season., A large mob of cattle passed through here on Wednesday, in charge of six drovers; on their road from Harriotville to near Hay, N,S.W, It is not often now-a-days that one sees nearly 600 cattle in one mob, His Lordship Bishop Armstrong is to conduct divine service at the lo cal school on Sunday next, and any persons desirous of having their children baptized should bring them along. MILAWA, The Rov, V. H. Jenkins, of St, Paul's Church of lEngland, who has been in indifferent health for some time past, has returned from his holiday much improved in health. He took up his duties on Sunday even ing. The annual meeting of St. l'aul's will be held on Sunday eve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914

DARRlISTER;I & HOil(ItTO'1 t, IiIlID STI8lE1'T, \YANG AIA'l'TA. Mr. Ahorn, Co ini?elioner for Now South Wales. Trust and other Moneys to Iond. NOTOU'TTI' & PUIBRICIOK, Ilarristoer and Solicitoru, REID STRlEET, WANUAGAI rI'A, Mr. T. 1'. Notcutt, a (Jonuniwlnioner for taking atlldavito; Mr. NF, U. l'ur brick. Trust and other Moneys to Lend at Lowc-t hates. CHABS. I. I. UMMIIIRB, A.11.V.I.A. AROIIITE(COT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta, JASPIDR IIUSBIANI), D1.A., LL.11,, Barrister and Solicitor. REID iTI'IUIRT, WANGAI~ATTA, H. A. MUR?IIl)GOH, -BARRlISTEIR & lOLU1.IT011, RIID 8TRliET, \YANtAllATTA. Commisltonor for taking Afildavlts. Money. to Lend at loweut rates, IHOMAfB RI\AHAM, 1.L.,, BDARRIIISTER & BOLIIT1Ol. The firm of Graham 11nd Murdoch having been diesolved, Mr. ;.:relam will continue hutlniuou in Clhmuber ia Conumorcial Iluildings, Reid Street. Moneys are awaiting inveuttnent at surreut rates.. DANIEL J. Ct)NNELL, Barrister and Solicitor. MURPHY B...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914

M1ELIIOURN1 CATTLE' MARKET, On Wednesday 1538 were yarded, coniisting of 1615 billocksl and 923 cows, anid iincludilng (U fromll the North-iast. There walt at fair at teniiidaice of the Ilo'ail trade, with only i moderate i ui lliier of country buyter; lire s t. In hullocki, the market oi? ped dull at alout equal to list wick';, l[v;iaceld priceri , but <nt sl; prlog l A;d?!, compectition 1u tcaile irre?;ula', anld illn onie Caie( priced eased to froln 1iji to 1r Lbou low the vialuei of last martket, (CowYt were in much li lacker rtiqust throlugh out the day at fully 10,; below late rates. (luotation:: ic ?it puAns of bullock; £1;,3 2 Gdd to £14I 1Y td; c?. Ira pens of bullocks 015 5, to :11; 2s 6d; with dd eit ii; to 16t, antd odd bullockii to l'J ,I; Gi. (imod pllo; of bullocks frimn £111 10,; to L12 12;; d; good hhilit and heavy weighti; fronm .: l;; to, i1 17.; 6d; necond ald inferior i,?to t 1"8; plimc pen;; of row;; fromI 1' to A10 101;; extral pesl of cows to h11 1...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914

111- l ,311iu1'0 , a 01t00ceuf0 11[ Allt trailiian trotting ;Dire, died Lat hyd ncy recently at the age of 2t yCurn. I?e wonl about thi'rty riacei;, ailld wLa never defle[iatlld in a cl]iui; race, hiiu record being 2tritt. iZiece, for the mile, but could ?go fIa;ter thailn that. If w te i tie aile Itoithuchildl Julior, Lord illnn, Itrik ]{0 0llll{ ()t.hersl'i, MIi:;a l'ootbalL won the ,lnpo i 'late itL the litendig}o rac?e oi Wed needay. Nan};uni (lueen wats ((cond, 'T'he llndigo (I'ind Alnnulal I turdle flare wa,' won0 by A'?niral ?Grand, fromi K lre and F"leet IJine, Al.lbtury Liceni;I d 'Vietualleru' ltac?I. W- ednot ., -'i riit I nurdltle i alie, Whitcfect 1, Muall lIin 3; ten to L mne the winlner, Jlaidtl' Plate, J, It, louy;lted's l'oi Guard; G to 4 thu winner. il,.1. liandlicap, trathdolo 1, Anona 2, Abandoned J; 5 to J. ,iuiieir, Ili;ghv,'eigiht. landicap, Mount Terrell 1, (loonbright 2; even;Ii winner. Maryvile Btlakes, I,'. lity ted'l; I'o:ilipo (Stuliiinlrc), 1, Meli the ...

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RACING DISQUALIFICATION. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.") [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914

RAoING DISQUALIFIOATION, (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.") lSr,-IImust apologise for troubling you again, .but at the same time ask you to allow me space to make a few comments on.a letter signed "P. X, Mason," and published in your issue of the 23rd inst. As to the challenge thrown out by Mr, Mason, all I can say is that he was at the Bobinawarrah races on the 15th April, and had a bookmaker's bag on with his name on it. I presume he was not wearing it for an orna ment, and would certainly consider it meant business. It is a remark able thing that Mr. Mason should have, as he states, refrained from making a bet on one particular race that day, and that race should be the very one over which all the trouble occurred, What was his rea son? He surely must have had one. As to resigning his position as sec rotary to the Association, I consider that he should see the force of doing so immediately, without any condi tions or challenges, as no person knows better than Mr. Mason him self ...

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SCHOOL FOR THE WEST END. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle." [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914

SCHOOL FOIl 'T'I I WV/iT l\NI), (To the Editor of "The Ch(ronicle." hir,-Ai; miking ilncreI'inC accom mliodation alt the (liigh tandl 'itate Schools in unlder consideration, the clains of the VWet l, nd paIrt of the town should he brought, uintder then notice of the D epalrtmennt and Min inter of duciiatioi. lHaving the onrly school righlt on tlhe east of the town imakces the dintinco long for children Ironi the went. part. lBut the great etst drawback in tho extreme danger ; children have to cross the railway line just nt times when most train? are passiing. This is a canus of much anxiety to parents. Just recently in adult mot with a fatal accident, It. is evident now that the Agricultural High School should he at the Flarmn, But the most urgent need in that in ally achool building done there, provision Is miade for teaching young children of the weiterln half of the town, A nlcumrouiily iigned lptition Was sent to the Department requen:t Ing a branch nchool for thin hlde of the l...

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MOYHU v. NORTH WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914

MOYHU v, NORTH WANGARATnh A, The team to' represent Moyhu against North WIngaratta on the grounds of the fornior Olub to-day will be. selected from-I7, Evans, SI. 'Evans, G. Evans, B. Corker, H. Hill, T. Bourke, C. Stubbs, J, Slater, R, Wyllie, Armatrong, 13, lWitty,( B, Wallace, J, Kennedy, F, Fisher, M, Mahony, D, Byrne, Ainsworth, E, Prendergast, J, Byrne, T. Gibb, J, Newton, T. ,Byrno, N. McCormick, J, Maher, M, Maher, M, Prondorgast, J. Gibb. Myrtleoford visited Whorouly on Saturday, when the opening game of the Ovens Association was played, The home team proved the stronger combination, and also played good football. The final scores were : Whorouly, 6i,15, Myrtleford, 2,7,

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FOOTBALL. WANGARATTA v. ELDORADO. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914

FOOTBALL. ---+--- WANGARATTA v, ELDORADO. These teams meet on the Wanga. ratta ground. this afternoon, Both teams are confident of victory, so it should be a good game. Messrs Tea gue and Powley will act as time keepers, and Mr. Leathert will handle the flags. The Wangaratta team will be chosen from the following:--Jack son, Harris, Eade, Meadway, Car michael, O'Brien, Hauser, Brennan, Nicoll, Cameron, Stubbs, Gleeson, Trinder, Condron, Dodd (2), Taylor, Hill, Woodberry, Seymour, Powley, Barnett. All players are requested to be at grounds punctually at 2,30 p,m,, so as to pick captain. *o ,

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. (Wo aro not ronponulbllo for tho pinllonln xprottodl by our (Jorrlea Pondeltls,)

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MEADOW CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914

MEADOW CREEK. Empire Day was celebrated at the Upper Meadow Creek State School on Friday, 22nd inst. There was a good -attendance of parents and sch olars. In the morning the scholars carried out the programme specilied by the Department, after which all assembled in the school room, when addresses were delivered by tihe head teacher (Miss A, G. Broad) and the Rev, 0, H, Warren. After partaking of refreshments kindly supplied by the ladies of the district a full pro gramme of games, etc,, was indulged in -during the afternoon, and at I o'clock the children were again treat ed to a, substantial ifternoon tea. At night a lantern entertaiamentc, promoted by the teachir r, was held in the school, the tbuilding being lack ed, The working of the lantern walS; in the hands 'l Rev, C, 11, WIarren. A variety of pictures was shogwnl and were both instructive. and an-musing. A small charge was nuade for admission, and the school lands will henelit considerably. Iuring the ovening re in ations ...

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BATTLESHIPS DESIRED. ATHENS, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914

BATTLESHIPS DESIRED, ATHENS, Thursday Night. Greece wishes to purchase the bat tleships Idaho (13,000 tons), and Mississippi (13,000 tons) from the United States at the cost of their construction, Their possession would enable Greece to contemplate with greater equanimity the political and naval preparations proceeding in Turkey for a new compaign' against Greeco.

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STRIKE CONTINUES. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914

STRIKE CONTINUES, LONDON, Thursday Night, Proposals for a settlement of the 'strike in the- building trade in Lon don, made by tho: employers have been rejected by the meon, The ballot ambng the employes to decide whether they would accept the masters' proposals resulted as fol lows: FOR ,,,,. .. ,,,,,. , *5824 AGAINST,, ,,,,,,,,, 21,017 Excepting the navvies and stone masons, all the societies interested opposed acceptance, The wages lost to date exceed £1,000,000, The masters subsequently decided to ask their EIxecutive Council to order a general lookout.

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GENERAL CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914

GENERAL OABLES, Scenes of- disorder were witnessed in the South African Assembly yes terday, and three Labor members were suspended for obstruction, Two German infantry officers, Cap tain Schmoger and Lieutenant Paul, belonging to the flying station at Graudenz, crossed the Russian fron tier in a biplane, and were shot at, and on landing were arrested, They stated that they had been blown ofl their line by a severe thunderstorm. The London County Council has extended Earl Grey's option of the Strand site in connection with the Dominions House scheme for a year. Paul Til, the French lightweight, who visited Australia in 1912, was defeated on points by Joe 'Starmer in a contest at Paris. last night. Comipetent authorities at Stock holm are extremely sceptical regard ing the reported discovery of a por tion of -IHerr Andreo's balloon by a Russian engineer at Yakutsk, in Eas tern Siberia.

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS ALbUIltY MAIIIKET. Dalgety and Co. Ltd. held their fortnightly market on Tuesday, when they yarded 3853 sheep, 84 head of cattle, and 36 pigs. The yarding of f[lt sheep was again a fairly heavy one, but only a small proportion was prime quality, the balance being use ful descriptions, The market opened to stroing competition, and continu ed so throughout, closing sales being :lightly lirmlner, Prime xbred wethorn 20s Gd to 2" ldi; extra prime to 26S Gtl; good shred wethers, small, 18s to 19i 5d; xbred owes 188 3d to 20s 3d; extra pri)me 23s to 25s 8d; mor ino wethers 18s Gd to 20s; extra priime, with good skins 22s to 25s Gd; gootl Inorino we there, later shorn, I6ui 2d to 17s 7(d; merino owes 14s to 1711 3d1; xbred latubs 17s 3d to 19s; extra prime 20s to 2ls Gd; small 1lambs, nice quality 151 6d to 16e 7d. Fat Caltt.le,-Prices were again very iirl(ll on ruling rates of a fortniigh ago, closinig timle being slightly hirm er, Ilullockl , good, ,CLL to ,C13 11s; ...

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RIFLE TEAM FOR AUSTRALIA. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914

RIFLE TEAM FOR AUSTRALIA. LONDON, Thursday Night, Towards the cost of sending a rifle team to Australia .this year the Na tional Rifle Association has only raised £945 of the £3000 required, A special appeal is being made for the balance,

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ODDFELLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914

ODDFELLOWS. T'lreo0 WaH a largo a .ttomlanei of nldenbere at the meeoting of thint lodge on Thursday evening, N.U, Ihro It, Knight prenidinlg The half-yearly election of ollfcer;; t1ook place, liltnd etlted as followi : -(o,\l , 1]ro. It, Knight; N,.I , Bro. (I. Hladlll1; V.(., ]'ro, IVW. Moley; WVtadon, i o. ilt . I ollton; (l artdittatt, i1ro. Vt. 'ii p etlt; at;titalntI , et;c retary, Bhro. (1 lIdward . The f'h tin tallath of ollitterl; will take place tnext lodge night. no1me Coluld tniale' disllcuu.t;ion tookl plaie with referelnce to the propo;ed (amlle Tt l'otull I tt hoe weellt w tile variouo Friendly Macidies, it beilitn lonsidtetlred at thai, tle loddellow;g ,;o nhit t l ' ll t n I,,' t onin. IOV , should enter two tean;, 11owever, an the hdraw for play had Malready tboe t, nlide, it \, ; thouIltr t w 'll . Iher might h sme dilliculty in aranginguty this, and the matter ilt; l lft in the handll o. tV u lrr lit for tiee poniting of lho;n,, a.dl P, 11o. ilh, id wIrd llln; d ...

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FIRE IN MURPHY STREET SHOP AND CONTENTS DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914

FIRE IN MURPHY STREET SHOP AND CONTENTS DESTROY- ED., At, ait qlartelr tIo nine o'clock yes terday nornling at l otthreak of fire n itl dis;covered ill la hopl occupied by Mr.R. J. McCracken, furnisher and   upholsterer and adjoining Mr. t!. l)cverall'u lltddlery establishment on one side and 1ler Majesty's Theatre aiind onmmnercial otel on the other. The lire hell was; rung by Malster V. ltowdern, and lireoiJan . J. Handley withi Melisrs I. White and llalnd lcy, who happened to he at the fire titation, immediately brought out the hosle andt reel, anid so the nec e?utry lire lighting i appliancese were quickly on the lpit. 'The tire was burning fiercely amoilgst the highly inluamiable lmterial; packed in the shop, and by the time it wil dirt. cov'ered it, had extended to buildings used Jll store roo;i at the rear of Mr. Deverall's shop. O)winig to the dlence fog t hat hulng over the town at, the Lime it was dillicult to des ceIrn the Mllloke riIaing froum the fire, Twen...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914

MARRIAGE., FLOYD-BRODIE.-On 47ti$ St. Paul's Presb"h 1ern'. by Rev. Chisholm, fopryo?Fli son of. Mr, and Mrs Tomas Floyd, of Oxley Flats, to Oath orino Mary (Katie), only daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs Robt, Biodio, Wilson Road, Wangaratta, IN MEMORIAM, LEE.-In loving memory of my ldear wife (Robina), and loving mother, who died May 80th, 1913, Wilson Road, Wangaratta. Worthy of everlasting love was she, From those she left behind; A better mother never lived, More faithful,. true and -klnd; Sadly Missed, --Insorted by her loving Husband and Family, Wangaratta Chronicle, Published on WEDNES3DAY & BATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, 30th MAY, 1914.

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UNIMPROVED VALUES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 30 May 1914

UNIMPROVED YALUES. Tho'act for 'th O?itiqnai IRatiug. pf Municipalities on the basis of..,Un improved a Values : of RatAable Pro perty came into oIierition ';6n ' rd 'February of hti y'ya? . ?,l" ifi, there= tore,1n,wdi~iojt, hf?to roe And ~poroFgl Councils to ablundon their present method .of rating on the cipital value of p operty utider tho Local Govern mqet Act, and adopt the ratig , on unimproved values, or to leave it severely alone, It is our duty to show what it means, and leave to the judgment of Councillors its ad option or rejection, The principle of unimproved values is : That all land value above the unimproved value has been created by the State andt ought to be ,taken from the owner by taxation for. the purposes of the State, It is a modiafcation of the Single Tax, invented by Henry George, The principle .of the Single Tax is thit 'land was originally .given by God to the whole of the liOoplo, like the air or the sea, but that it has been taken from' them by the syste...

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