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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 3 June 1914

A1I ERN ANi) APS\ INIM Y DARIISTlI'1] & M)011A0i'OIU. REID 'rSTi?lC?IT, WANl AIAVrTA. Mr. Aheorn, Comnineloneru for Now Mouth Waleh. Trust and other Montey to lend. NOTCOUTT & PURIIIt0( , 1larritoere and iollcitors, RE1D StI''flf T', WVAN IARATTA. Mr:. T. F. Noteutt, a Comnltsolionor for taking afildavite; Mr. F. O. l'Pur' brick. Truant and olhcr Moneys to Loul at Lowest ratle, OHAS. II. IUMMIiRl, A.I1.V.I.A. ARIICITEOT, Faithful Btrest, Wangaratta, JASPER IHUSBAND, UA., L.L.BI, Barristor and tolicitor. REID 8TREET, \WANGARATTA., H. A, Mt]Ri)0CIH, BARIRIfTIli & tJiUOILT1'OIl, REID STREET, WANGAUATTA. Commiseloner for takingK AirTldavits. Moneys to Lond at lowest rates. m..-~--------------- t'HOMAti GRAHAM, I.L., DARRISTITN & lOILICvITOR. The firm of Grahanm andl l,.rdock having been ditsolved, Mr. tohamLn will continue busineo in Clhambers in Oomll?ercial ulhldingo, le.d1 Etrest. Mlonoys are awaiting invesoutment at eurrent rates. DANIEL J. CONNELL, B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 3 June 1914

FLANACAh, NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES. \YEil)NIS])AY, 3rd JUNIO. Myrtleford 1'ortinightly Markcet. THIIUlSI)AY, ,ii1h JUNE. lWangaratta Siclheep anl (attle Mar kot. MOND)AY, 8th JUNE. Clearing Sale at 1oorha1man1 accounlt Mr. HI. W, lierlck, TUESDAY, 9th JUNE, Wangaratta Pig Market. TIIURSDAY, 11th JUNE. Moyhu Monthly Market, WEDNESDAY, 17th JUNE, Myrtleford Market, Salo of the Freeholdl of Cricketer's Arms H-otel, Myrtleford, THIllRSDAY, 18th JUNE. Wangaratta Market, FLNGAAGAN, NEWMAN & CO, Auctioneers,. Wa\Vngarlatta aind l]onalla MONEY AVAILABLE FOR IN YES'TMENT ON BROAD AolE ?hECU11TIEIS. £27,000 .C27,000. I' have the above snin of i £27,000 now availablo for in vestment in 0ul 1"ro111 £,1000 iup. ward(s, ald for good 3seurities we are preplared to acceplt .*i per cent, intere?t, In view of the high rates now rulilng for money, borrowere should avail tlieinieolves of the op portunity to get monely at this re duced rato, and tshould get into com munication with u...

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WINTON—GRETA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 3 June 1914

WINTON--GfTA ASSOO8800IATION, Teams roprosetnting Thoona, Grota Gl~onrowan and Wlnton mot at tho Winton Hotel on Saturday nigit, aRn. formed the Winton-Greta Football Association, Thoe following is the draw. of matchos, the ganmoes to bo olayod on the ground of tho first namod club: June 13,--W:non v. Thoona; Glen rownn v, Grota. Junoe 20.-Thoona v Glonrowan; Grita. v, Wnton. Jlno 27,-Glecnrowan v, Winton Gr.ta v. Thoona, Vico-vorsa for tho second round,

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BOORHAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 3 June 1914

BOORHAMAN. Tile friends of Mr. Fred McDonald, who as previously 'reported was com pelled to take to his bed in Mol· bourne. wlhileo on a. business trip to the city, will be pleased, to know that he has recovered sufllcielntly from the attack 'of pleurisy to "be able to leave "the private hospital, He will be returning home within tile course of a few days, CARBOOR During the month of May 301 points of rain fell at Carboor. The crops and grass are looking well, and stock are all in good condition for this time of the year, The milk supply at the local creamery is in creasing. EVERTON. The rifle shooting competition for a silver spoon, the gift o( iMr, W, Norman, was shot oil last Saturday on the local range, when some. good shooting was done. The scores wore -T, Gambold 66, 1st, H. Johnson 66, 2nd; 1, Gambold 65, 3rd, 0. Mc Curran 64, A, Mason 64, W. Norman 60, T. Mason 55, Some of the mem bers also completed their musketry, The ceremony of conseooratin the Church of England was perf...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 3 June 1914

IN MEMORIAM. FERGUSON.--In loving remembrance of our dear Mother, Grace Fcr guson; who passed peacefully away on the 4th June, 1911, at Gracevillo, Bobinawarrah. -losortod ,by her loving Family, IN MEMORIAM. McCORMACK.-In loving memory of our dear Mother, Mary Me(or mack, who died on 5th June, 1913, at Vale View, Bungeet. Dear is the grave where our mother is laid, Dear is the memory that never will fade; Some. may forget, but never shall we, -Inserted by her loving children, E. G. and F. McOormack. Wangaratta Chronicle, Publlihed on WEDNJDsAY & SATURDAY MORNINGS. WEDNESDAY, 3rd JUNE, 1914,

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TROTTING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

TROTTING CLUB. The Birthday Meeting of the Wan garatta Trotting Club, which will be hold on the Wallgaratta Race course on Wednesday next, 10th, shows every prospect of being the most successful meeting over hold by the Club, Eighty-three entries have been received for the six events, and this satisfactory number, together with the line class of horses engaged, gives goad assurance of good fields and interesting. racing. The follow ing are the entries received also the order of running ofi the events. Handicaps for trotting events are not yet to hand, First' race to start at 2 p.m. sharp : Farmers' and Tradesmens' Trot, W,B., Dora Marvin, Nellie Huon, Lady May, Dooon, Anne Huon, Lon drigan, Slow Tom, Sparkle, ' Jessie HI-uon, Ribbon M., Oxley Maid, Bun yan, Doradilla, Midge, Stanley Wil kes, ,Rowdy Boy, Soy Voyage, Right foot, Pony Gallop, 5 furlongs, 14.2 a.u. -Valve 10.4, Erono 9.8, Only George 8.13, Manabob 8,12, Royal Shot 8,5, Pickles 7.5, Toybrook 7.2, Somper lidolis 6.7, Mary...

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ODDFELLOWS v. HIBERNIANS A. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

ODDFEILLOWS v, HIBIi~ENIANS A, On Woednosday next the Hibornian A. team meet in the Oddlollows' Rooms, The OddIollows will bo ro presented by the same team as play ed on Wednesday.night.

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A.N.A. v. FORESTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

A.N.A. v, FORESTlRfS, Last evening the above teams met at St Patrick's Hall and a round of cribbage and euchre was played, the A,N.A, winning by five games. The following are the scores:- Oribbage,--J. Rust and' W. Lock wood (A,N,A,) beat J. Murphy and G. IKirkham (F), 4--1; S, Webster and Whitmore beat 0, Thomas and J, Jeavons, 3-2, Euchre.-J, Leako and T. Rollason beat W. Parker and W. Meadows, 3-2; W. Glassonbury and J. Voall boat A. Bell (capt.) and Reid, 4-1; D,' Christenson (capt.) and M. Mont gomery lost to I?. Lee and B. Bell, 1-4, Totals: A,N,A,, 15 games; Fores ters, 10 games,

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GAMES TOURNAMENT. ODDFELLOWS v. HIBERNIANS B. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

GAMES TOURNAMENT. ODDFELLOWS v, HIEIIRNIANS 3,' On Thuirsday evening tho Oddfel lows mot the Hibernian 3., team in St. Patrick's Hall, and after an in teresting contest 'wore victorious by one game,, 'ho match was fought out on Euchro, no cribbage being played, The following are the scores: W. Smith and W. Upflold (0) beat J. Farrell and T, Naughtin (H), 3-2 R. Knight and W, Lano boat R, Dodd and M, Jordan, 3-2, A. H, Smith and 0. Moore boat P. Murphy and J, Dell, 3-2. H, 0, Harman and W. H, Edwards lost to J. Welsh and T, Higgins, 2-3, J, Moran and W. Tippett lost to T, Dodd and L, Hart, 2-3, Totals:-Oddfollows, 13, games; Hibernian 13, team, 12 games,

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PATRIOTIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

The i''aI riotic, mecting, uI nlr tihe tIicrlee o(f tle ii I\Ynn l ti l ico n a aof t;hi e l the \rlin> Wolat ni'i a.iiwh, tvcI iiti l; wai n very Wil Hein'; fl, The'I'lL'r \\ i:; a ltl'|i-r uttInda'llu i t'. h'I'h pr1 i I'l 'inllllllne coilli:;itl d (' I nllll: i j , :;[It'tc li';' epil t iresent! '; tiionu of iMrs; nir h!iy' f lamous?ii;i \VrIISi,. eecu nitel 'lhirh ol a rcilly niijoyabll nmd l idu llyt 'wt-:;li|l t'Vr'llollu . 'tJ'he ip)t'iakcrll \vper' i or ila or' J, W. McColl and liIon, ,, lhiiielr, fr wi,A., ti s l ntt er nlting 1; e ' h;ir wh1no, To tlllllical itrems V were p|ilup ingly contrilbtcd by liti;i M, Allha, the overture, an11d :;iol':K hy lMihti s A. anichlrdson a inl Jlloe n 'orli'iiston, Ianld 11. J. Hlicks, thall iccomlalinienit bo ing played by lMin llogeri. 'hio )pr(I"sttitlon of MrH Jarloy', waxworks caiuseid mnlch l nlnlsOllnont, aid tlhe ladlrs tiand gentlelon who roprcsontol tho various figurlo in this fanmous waxworks executed tholir Darts Dorfoetly. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

For Children's hacking cough at night Woode' Great Peppormint Cure, 1/6. R. W. BERRY N0 ,IF111 1 tho IPub)lic that ho hlin talioln over tll ] uoootllnahill and Iopaiing IlItinivti Iii Murphy Streat, untiI rucontly cond uctod by Mlr. Goblenz, Workinanru~lhip nnl Mant orianl Guaranteed. A TRIlIAL HOL1011(ITE1), m~ 'u' I.' -'I ~ _xA Do your >< Shoppi i fg ' .t ~ ~ ~~ (ml,'P Wmhm.II\IJ1Y $k:1\ 'I 8.26 '11zztlretil Ntrcrt, li>Icltrourii 1~. ý. '1he I.Biggsct and IBusiest Store in tile State isk (rii a Co t)( ourr Ilandt u ecly Illustraicd ` Shoppingt Gunidne -cl seintiaa Post F ree, iilcir~i Sittng il )Olll O 1 1 01) r1 ca1 ehuuac and pu 1) ·1111 lour 11tp111 T ;, iincclh )uca atra calluta I,, d its , Illluulh )uu hk alu s alll, ill uulr V.~~r~ ll,--------·-· Sozome of Crusg'9tl T'yplIcJhI BargI.nirihs for Autumn ianiiil Whiter /, F'Uf l COA7rlil 13lackt hioitlIe N\crkct:,t , 8!11 5ifli, ('oats, witt 'i cl'lct in 10, 1,7/6 1110))"1i, tic u, Vioiet, etc, 6/l f/l Smamokct ...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

GOLF. On Monuday next (King's ilrthday) the committee of the Wangaratta colt Club have placed the links at the disposal of several of the neigh bouring clubs, and local members aro iarticularly requtested to refrain from play that day. About fifty visiting players will take part in the vari oui nmatches, and it will be absol utely necessary for our own club mmclbers to stand down if all the visitors' matches are to boe played. In the mrlorLing Corowa play Gor rmarton anld lutherglen meet Beech worth; in the afternLoon ]lIenalla play li eechIworth and ?ICa (;cllliton try con clusiolns with ltutherglenl. Tihe Wan gavatta tear, consisting of 12-1.1 inI, rlay it coL?hired CL Larn fromLL l'illlyulll?h and Yiarrawl'onga at Cen all.i,

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SENATOR McCOLL IN WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

SENATOR McCOLL IN. WANGA SRATTA. At a moe'ting of the Women's Na tional League in Her Majesty's last evening SENAr'IOR McCOLL said: It was not his intefition to have touched on politics, but after the events of the day he felt that they would expect him to say something, The Gov ornor-General had granted Mr. COok a dissolution of bothl Houses of the Federal Parliament. (Oheers,) It was the lirst time that such had been dlone in Australia, and could of course only happen in the Common wealth, as there was no provisionln the States for a double dissolution. The constitution provided, that dou ble dissolutions should be granted and both Houses sent to the coun try when matters 'came to a dead lock between the Houses, and pro gress was not made with the bust ness of the country, No one could say that such conditions did not ex ist to-day. At the last election ,the Liberals were returned with a maj ority of one in -the House of Repro sontatives, but with only seven against twenty nine La...

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ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

ANf \VEUItl. "Loghorn," MjillWva,-liuuitu llould cosllist of two inch Iniths by one inch, tiiniced lit the colrnl'Ic, and rected on the I tl1 .. All ilouldt; houtld he oil tie level iand no11 t i re111 than 2ft. Gin, high. "leghorn," Alilni\v , ---Wet ilui?hli Should be made itn at Very crumbly condition t lo that, when dropped in the feed trough it will break iiup- dry the iniih oil with lthllard, Ithy intmuth coimit;t; of lbran two pattl, Pollhurd one parti, blood meaiil oue eighth partl, It. i u ail to hatve, mipecial htm lruti fm lithis; piu'pitie un der thii suuy;lemn, Wheait miil 'tuckied inzm e taiouldt e ifd tit 19,30 p).m. In the winter mouth:;, 2mo. to each bird in deep litterm.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

FLANACAhI NEWMAN & Co SUMMARY OF SALES. MTOND)AY, Sth ,I1 NFJ, Olofiring Halo at )h)ourhlau ln account Mr, J I. IV, 1ricih' Wan~garitt~a Pig 1%arkct. ''I'1111118)AY, 11th JUN1f. llloyhu Alointhly Afurlkot, IVE1)NNH1)AY, 17th JUN'i. ?dyrtlofoi'd Adarkot, Snao of thia Vredhold of Cricketer'a Armn hlotcl, Mlyrtloiord, 'IllILSl)AY, 18th JUNI3. Wangaratta Market., FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & 00. Auctlonooro, 1Van garatta and loenalla MONIEY AAILApLE FR01 IN VESTMENT ON IlROAD) AOlihl h1(JI IT11BN. £27,000 £27,000. 10 have the above tramnn of l £iC27,010) now available for in vestment in uslle from £1000 up. wards, and for good ticcuritiee we are prepared to accept i~7 per cent, interest. in view of the high rates now ruling for monei0y, borrowerti ihould avail themhiilvec of the op portunity to got moncy at this re duced rate, and htliould got into com munication with tii at once. Apply promptly to FLANAGAN, NE]WMAN & 00, Financial Agents, Wangaratta, Moyhu andl lyrtleford...

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STATE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

STATE ELECTIONS, One result of the granting of the double dissolution will be. to upset to some extent the arrangemoits for the holding of the General Election for the Legislative ,Assembly. It was generally taken for granted that this poll would be hold in the third week of August, but fresh coiisideratlon will now have to be given to the matt'r, Toe State ses sion may bo a littl'e longer than was recently contemplated.

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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

GEN1NEIAL. Look out for Houp, Chicken Pox and Cramps this month. Keep your birds well sheltered. The laying hen is the one that wor'ks, give her work and something' to work for. The Yackandandah P'oultry Society are holding their tecond annual show on the 9th July next, Mr. llutsun is: secretary, and he adviuces that his Society have obtainld four (jovernl ment inedalsi for their show. Their last show was a decided siccess, and the balance shee wsN balanced on the right uldo,

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DATE OF POLLING. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

DATE OF POLLING, The and of Septomber is freely mentioned as the probable time that the elections will bo-held,

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Late Cable News ST. LAWRENCE DISASTER. QUEBEC, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

Late ( ble H [FROIYI lll ut ,.l TT, LAWItEN E 1)1Alt . : ) Ell-I. QU,11lXC, 'lThurtiday Night. The Go\'lrvelinet. Ialmiler lainty Evelyn has ahIntlonedtl the ;ta'rch for bodlcs of 'ictillt inl lt' SI. I, lnw rance Iliv\er, Her e'ptlilln ii of th11 op~i tion that ll the corpcl' not i t- prisoll d in the mull of lilt st hilei have b)een picked up. . New foil. expert", who were cn,' g?t?ed t') maIl-,t tla relimina;ll' " nr, ey, estimte t ol that. there art e till Soo ht ?'it enuti ed in the ht ll The hot: of a !, t i{nl "'' ,,i t litrl, with i meet' heiw k:: ,,,a,, ,ttlu n hair, wa\; t, m. twmsthibae , mtni;n.t Lthe , bank o ''.. . Ltawretie t.o-day 418 miles dlown rive. ro tint the scene ofii the dtiyatit,

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Federal Crisis. DOUBLE DISSOLUTION. MELBOURNE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

1i+1 I 1 I DOUBLE DISSOLUTION. ii ) -:Il II, t 11 )11glct ed Fri11d NIght.lh Il 11. biy '\lr. ('0o, the Primeo Ain-f i.-c, 'iu othoI house of Tteprosnt a Ii; r: t ll.oorning, that. the Govec 11 ;;v, 1 had granted ia d(uleal diC1 ;,l . n of the 10ede1a1 Ilouees, .'o 40I0In ac the lIouse muet it was Ill rl t II hl cxcit m en t co ull no longer he rrI:;l aineld when the Speaker had re l mod hits eant after reading the prayelr Mr, Groom, MItnistor for 0t8 tome, and Air. Fisher, stopped for ward seunl ltatnoonily, and the Speaker called on tihe Minister. Mr. Groom, as if nothing untow ward was about to hnlppen, introduc. ed the Bill to amend tno Australlati Industries Preservation Act, It was read a first time on the voices, The Prime Minister rose,and said, "I have to announce," began Mr, Cook, "'that I tendered certain ad-. vice to h!ts Excellency the Governor Gonoral, which he has boon pleased to accept, IHip Excellency has do cided to dissolve slmultaneous:y both HIouses,". A burst o...

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