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QUEEN ALEXANDRA'S SYMPATHY LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

QUEEN AL EXA\NDlRA'S SYMPATHY LONDON, Thursday Night, Queen Alexandra has written to General Bramwell Booth, leader of the Salvation Army, a letter of con dolence in respect to the great loss sullered by the organlsation in the St. Lawrence River disaster, Of the 160 Slvatlionists on hoard only 22 were saved l Icr Majesty expressed her )prfounl regret "that so many Canadian ollicers, who intended to participate in a memorable meeting (tho International Congress) should have been lost."

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

Woids' (;e at hepiltwItIl It. u ale, Foreo1Cugilie andl coldsi, unovl Ict'. 1/ hour Ilroncl i l Coigli, take \VooilW (;ret1 I 'oppemi'ilnIt (Ca re. ]/Gl. J. W, THOMSON, 111o º 1( Ixc)IIlII}e. ( lý l\¼iwIj''d Iruu ft) Ic;, I hi;ui P t 0 , ,iiiigh i \Clcr'tl ad H l I tnt+ hi'nt haltt1hi it nttty (rlttttI1y, 1,I thitti At teundid T'o, Waod& (treat L'oppucittiiti (Uiiro. 1/O (/4w: lC Sr I ,u"..r .i 1't' A UIIE CUIWE. suni't; (101l1h1'1 1ted Uuugh AiiRxture is1 very enphtatttic itt recommtc diin g it to hi;frientd.. 'Ivy it yttllrtttlf. It Will utitei th Ibtthiall th;, losteiinii tlhe phiegm, It it p Not' o ut ilve lot ieillte tut dil.. rcdi ilir 3lllll, plot.tit10 li lextia, Malt'I attd sold by (II l] IA ci'l', WA AN(A AA'I'VA, SEMPER PARATUS. These two Latin words mean "AIWA\YS ItfA1)Y." I make this my principal in business-to be Alway~; heady to supply your wants, With the Winter weather cooling along YOU want to be Always Ready to guard against the cold. I am now showing a ve...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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PARRS AND CARDENS. (To the Editor of "The chronicle.") [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

PAltK.l AND GAllUD)INS, (To tho Editor of "'Tho Chroniclu.") Sir,---Hoain [tw yeltl'i itago it coim lliLtte of towNIISIIIl I II11(1.e 11 lllo0 L enthllisiiastic elolutl to (clnhlalnule l t nit tuil bteac ticti of that plortio l of thi Kinlg itiver rles'cer , I low k?11 owIl luii M~cl'riw I,'li'k, T i 111h iiita I of liibt lir pi t'ill'tld by tlhotise (colict n ed wi\t; COl uitdet lh , anlli r'lily dtlii'rv e?Ia i rt ll ttr 1retw l'Id thlll it, liha latterly received. With the lornia tion oI iit 1t'i'rogre(ts A iolitoc tioln, thlcrc hl:, alliltaren ly, )een a dilllinll tion ill thu vilt lt illt i l i of the l iuSit body, which, known ati the Merriwa Park Cionillnitteu, ctlucted toinmo last ing iniprovementist to thoe Iark, and lit no very great expensu to the gon oral ilblic,. Tle creiction of three Iridglsl il thle .P'ark hna. Io~p' of ia iminso beneflt to rctdlnts living in the vicinity of Murdoch IRoad, as the distance to Murphy Street for the business man, and to the State School...

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

COIRRM $PONDENCE. ·--- -**-**-- *- (Wo ar'o not 'roeioniibll o for tho Opinioniiu A)i'xiuuod by our (orroIe pondflintt.)

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DISTRICT NEWS ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

AL13 URY, Probate has hell granted of th0 will of the late Mr. .1 iames Mitchell, grazier, ofl Table T~op, near AlblIry, 1who0 died on April 3 last. The not vallui of the ?stato wan 00worn lt, £1.13,229, of which ,100t;, 00 r.prellent ed real ea;tate and C'15,13; live otocli, The esteato i hbequeathed to testa tor?~ widow, ihildlen a d gin ind children, ,bhject to Sevoeral htequestst to the ('hurch of ?lnglandl, ichludilng onei of .C(200 to the honelit of aged anud WO'llOult, chlergylien in the dio cese of (blolhnlrnl, lalld on) of ,1O00o to agmuntt :iupenld; in coninection with St, Matthev'? (',hulch, Ahlbury, 13OWMANS, Hil Lordship, Ilidhp Armstrong, prleaced to a elarge colngregatioll ait lo\ltman's Fboriest. oil S lituny moiorn ing lIst, D)urillg the service three children were bhaptIlzOed, ll! , Lord shi(p w1as the guest of Mr, F'erguson during his visit here, and was after wards driven to \Vhorouly to con duct afternoon service, COROWA, Mr. 1), Mastierton, of \Vahgunyah, leave...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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The Blue Funnel Line The following fine, fast, new twinscrew Steamers will leave MELBOURNE for LIVERPOOL and GLASGOW. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

The Blue Funnel Line lhe following flue, faut, now twin ucrow ?teatolniUr will leave 1IELI1iOUURN f'r lIVEIti'OOfj and ULAUGU) W. Via Adelaide, D)urban and Oapo Town, taking l'ucangers to LON DON who are uunt free per Special Train Irom Liverpool. Steamer Tons. Date. ULYSSES ...... 14,501-4th July, AENEAS, .::, .. 10,049-lst Aug. ASCANIUS .,. 10,045-lst April. Saloon Passongeor only carried, Single forth Roomn at Special Rat n. Fare to London and Liverpool, Single £45 to C£48. IReturn £81 to £e6. Fore to Durban andl Capetown, Single, £30 to £33. Return, £55 to £60, dpecial Farce quotLil returning via duoz Canal per N.I).l, atuam era, 1Bvery Ilnodrn convenion, toe. Well furniuhod cabiud. Splendid cuihdne. Children'u nursery, Photographic dark roomin. Laundry. Each uteamor ls llttod with Marconi Wiroloou 'I'telegraplhy, All cabinm amiddhiips, For illuntratod paUnph. 'lte, plh-u(n, etc., apply to tIlHIN RANDI)I?-HIN & ()0., Agonti. 111. W\illiam Street, MSlItOUilNE.

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

REID t3TR1'1I?P, \VANUAU{ATTA. Mlr. Ahorn, Commnl ifionllr for Now ,out.h Whalsha Trust and othor ?Monovt tc Loud, NOTUUTT &P , PUIWIlIUICK, Darristoru and Solicitors, RElID STI¶EICT', WANUAIIATTA, Mr, T. 1F. Notcutt, a Chonmmuio?,onor for taking atlidaivitu; Mr. 1'. 0. Piur brick. Trust andu other Monoey to Lond at Lowest lates. OJtA8. II. 1UMMllMUS, A.hI.V.IA. Athl t t, Wanrtt Faithtul Utreet, Wangarattn. JASPERi HIUBIIAND, ,A,, LbL.),, barrister and ; Molleitor. REID BT3I'IIel'1, WANGARlATTA. HI. A. AUIfCUGOLI, 13ARIUWiSTER & ti01i0U1TOll, REID irnii1'r, \VWANUAIAAT'rA. Oommiraionor for taking AMfdieviti, Moucy. to Lend at lowcst ratou. I'IHOMAB GIAHlAM, 1D.L., BABRIsTNEtR AULJI'UTOI, , The firm of (raliuu aiind i M . doch having boen diuaolvcd, Mr. t ialI.am will continue bneiualos in (Aiaiaberl' in Ooiunaurcial 1Iniidingu, leld Street. Monoys arto awaiting i nvcotanoit at surmeut rates. DANIEL J. CONNFILL, Barrister and Solicitor. MURPHY STREET, WANGAIIATTA A Co...

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

O[DFL?',LLOW8. Thie half-yirrlsy imeeting of tile U. anll l. lintriet. wasl held at Wan gvu'altta on Whl(ednhsday afte'irnoon. lliitritt (Iand M ster, liro, if. G. JI(ichard; lpre;idlid, and had aliwoCiat eid with hl t his l Deputiy, i lli, . W. Ia rri;, anad l)iestri t (,ecrlettl'y, liro, .. II. 'I, nith, About 1i deleg latesi were prelent, ltrut. W. gtmith, W, 11. lldvwardn, Ilt Knight reprenentjng the , ltl(:ct ii Io idge,. DI 'P'tllI' OFl,'l ICIlOII' llIl'011t', ]h'ethren,---We have the honor to relprt that dlurii;g the six mlolnth just lilihled we have i, itiatl.?d tG ?,le tlc lteri . i(e ihave lint throuii gh deathi live muemlbqer'? during the teln, l?e iui thn think the vario'iu Lodge (erltarie; forl' the lfiiiiier in which the annual reltunl caite to hand last Decemlber. Althouglih Imlotl l ill ill1 to time, still t hey wire in good lor der and tarcfully made tip, WYe would like to imllires on the minids of thoae concerned the ece ennity of al?s having the quarterly returnl'...

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THE HOSPITAL BALL. A FINE SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

T'LEi HOUSPITAL BALL, ....... --- ..........-· A F'INE dUfCOtN(SH, The annual hospital hall lha aguain coue iii uil gone, lea ving in the mal-ll or'i?2i of thuie who atteinded thought;, of the happy ititd joyous hourn'; e('Int, and in the handj; of the honoritry trease;'( e illl([ o allinlillg c)llllllittee it good roa1' ) "1111( 111[ (1 f molley ,1to b?e lhanded to the lh ipitl futah;, The hall \vf:; held ill the Theatre lRoyal (m Wednrn;da1y ct w(luth , atll(d the A . teldanc'e reiached ixty-two co?ipleh. 'li'h miumberii of the ladies' coimiiit tiC hatd been working cinceir'ely ini Iiieltli;ihly for somne time citnvasnil tig the district for tsubscriptionis, dont tio h to thle supper and selling tic. khelt; tIheir appeals everywhere meet ilng witll an encouraging ireipotlie, 'he scene in the hall was brilliant, anit pleasing, and the joyous nmerry illakers found that a though tful corn, mitt ce had left nothing undone that would ensure their thorough enjoy ment,. The ball is organ...

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CHARITY CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

CHARITY CARNIVAL. A iectiii), g of tvlli.c inltIii'ltlid WiiIl hui? at tho ('arnivail itu iiii, lull'ii teuid liotli, in i'riiny, 2.ith iniit. I'Priseiit:- '['li r i'l' i ni t, M r, l ', i ;. VallUelld r, 11lit. ll' uicr, ,\ltl .!'nI . ,J. .tucili y, '1'. I .N.\oili.i.L , (C l' 'vlv g ', J. . ?alourt ll, W. cI'. ll gghslxl W .' .,, Uiie lic, J. \'tlu, W. J, ,M tth, W, i t. it, \\, , J. il'L, 'i i t J u \ci , . Jn , it, i rn n io; iin,l .ll J, i lliny, '. Lr n, 1 L, O'hci. il tc IMillltUte; tif hprc vioiii lll ' ctinii wii'tE o tuuread Wiit Liocllicril trl, The L'rciiiitviL rii io'ted, hai inig in compiny willh Mrc . xc llt'ly, iutct r viewt d nt, liught, the inmlinlhtl:i coni trolllin; tlh bhclm dl 'lht irt-ii;;' ,x c uli'f io Ill i w ith r ' m'ft el' tli' o hl h ir m ln -ii . illg I .'+lniall' ll l)ily t, \Yiol!u;liriatla wall favournil ly ciisiid cirit', inld thLicrc will lie no ildoubti I ill. t.h t tL body will i rriiigi imcc itordr iglly., Mr. Hiucikly motvedl, seco'nlldel l)y ...

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

FOOTBALL. The team to represent \Vangaratta will be selected fromn: Moeadway, Jackson, Ilrnllno , 1ladc, Ilauser, C'armichaol, (ilec"on, Trin der, 1)odd (2), Hill, ('amero'n, t'on dron, Stub)bs, larris, ?'owley, Nicoall Taylor, Woodherry; emrlgnctuinS, Seymour, larnet t, Irag leave Maiur l)hy street at 2.15, The Wrong Side of Murlphy tr, issued a challnh , , to ple, th't 1li.,h Side at It gamn e fo fl.ooball. TI Itight Hide dcllined the chalhn cc nld are now hit, nill I jectel t lot of good-nl lti red hlarr(' 'iih (lialtted (c.ubl is tabile to ye a team to,, Ithe', anll h:ý:; hta l t( draw out o! the io () ; ,Awoci;aii \hooro.l\v an I Myrtifc?lrd arc ti only teat? left i tni..

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

GLENROWAN, A meeting of the School Commit tee was, held in the school on Mon day night. Present--Messrs P. Dur ack, chairman; G. Lee, correspond ent; L. C. Odowahn, G. Robertson, and T. l)wyer, moembers. The chair mal congratulated the committee on their first attendance since their tap ipointment, and expressed the hope that they would work tmntilably to gether. 'roposed Odewahn, secondtled by Mlr, Ioblertlon, that the lspouting andl floor at the ,;fhelter htlled be attenuded to,--ic';rrited. Mov ed by Mltr. Dwyer, econdeid by Mr. Robertson, that ('orreslpondent write to Messrs Walker and W\elfordl, ,\el htourne, regarding their offer of sup plying at a reduced rate the picturte, "The Opening' of the 1First (m'ou mtonwealthli l'titt i nent, ' ' ar it ed. MAoved by Mr. I)wyer, t;coutdeid by Mrli. l()ifewl hn ir lt, t lat. eceslary re pal': iio Latg'e ,i;cholii gat 'e be attdenli 1.d to. ( 'arri ,t. Mloved by Mr, .o).. ertioni , :ecotndeld by Ilt. t)wyer, that ten l(a) !:, of gravel ...

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JAPANESE NAVAL SCANDAL. BERLIN, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

-JAPANESE NAVAL BOANDAL., D311P,LIN, Thursday. Interesting correspondenceo earihg on the recent naval scandal in Ja pan, which terminated in an ad miral- and a captain being sent to prison, has been publle hed by Herr Llobknecht, the German Socialist leader. These letters wore seoit from Mesars siemons Schukert's office in Tokio to Herr Hermann Grist, and in them it is alleged 'that the whole of Japanese Ministry of Marine had been bribed in order to enable Mes srs Siemens to obtain from the Japanese Government prices higher than those given to a rival firm.

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

POULTRY. - t--· (BY WYANDOTTE) In bronchitis we have an aggravat ed cold which shows itself by a rattling sound when breathing, mak ing eventually, the patient struggle for breath. It not attendqd. to in its early stages,, the rattling s(ound be comes worse, and very little can be done to help the bird, Isolate the patient in a draught proof box, in which is plenty of straw, )prinkle eucalyptus oil in the litter so ~s the hird may continually inhale the fulmes, 'lace "Merval" in the drinking water jas a tonic and dose the bird with onae drop of Tinc ture of Aconite for live successive hours, .lclrpet this if: necessary daily until relief is found. Keelp the bird isolated for a week or more and let it free on a warm sunny day,

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THE GOAT RACE.—TRAINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

THE GOAT RAOE,--TRANIN G NOTES. Now that quite a number of goats have arrived and been distributed to intending competitors in thoe Charity Carnival (Goat Race, training , pre parations have been comlmenced. Coachbuilders have been entrusted with orders for the building of rac ilg carts, while the saddllers are busy making I)up sets of harn')ss. evcl'al "owners," have been "trying out" their hilly goats in impr,)vised harness and carts, and in a few in stances good work hias been stchlote(!, 5olno of the goats, however, have taken unlkindly to tile "gane" hind have either bolted or jibbed, It is nothing lllunusual to see a goat cir cering along the streets pursued by ia number of men and boys trying to head him blefore he "breaks up" the cart. It. Sloan with Brush, and J. I1, Mason with aium Sum met on the training track on Thursday night, and after ia willing "go" and ia dispute tas to whose was the bot ter goat a match over 150 yards, owners up, was arralged. The Chiltern "Standar...

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MAORIS IN COSTUME. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

MAORIS IN OOSTUMHi, LONDON, Thursday Night, The King to-day granted an audi once to the Maori delegation at Buckingham Palace, On reaching the Palace, the Maoris donned their na tional costume, The King cordially welcomed them, and recalled his visit to Maoriland.

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WHITE WOLVES IN CHINA. PEKING, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

WHITE WOYLVES IN OHINA, PEKING, Thursday Night, News of further depredations on the part of 'White Wolf' and his. arnmy have been rcceived, but in this instance they were followed by a reverse for the bandits, The ,'White Wolves" looted and burned Tao Chow, in the Province of Ilonan, and also the famous Tibettan lanmasery, at Choni, The bandits were sub sequently defeated by Government troops, who have now surrounded them near Lao-Chow,

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WILDING WINS IN PARIS. PARIS, Thursday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

WILDING WINS IN PARIS. PARIS, Thursday Midnight, The World's Hard Court Singles Championship contest was continued in Paris to-day. A. F, Wilding, Now isaland, defeated Kingscoto (Eng,), 6-0, 6-2, 6-2. Count Balm defeat od A. H. Gobort, .7-5, 6-3, 6-3.

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LAWN TENNIS. LONDON, Thursday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

LAWN ' Tl?NNIS, LONDON, Thursday Midnight, The presence an(d line play of the Australians, Norman Brookes, A. W. Dunlop, and 8. N. Doust, is creating great interest in the Northern Lawn Tennis Championship meeting at Liverpool. The outstanding attrac tion of to-day's programme was the meeting in the Doubles of Brookes and Dunlop, and Parke and Beamish. The latter pair represented England in tho Doubles of the last Davis Cup match played in Australia, .The Aus tralians won to-day in straight sets, They were hard-pressed in the first, but then captured a love-set, and took the third comfortably, the scor es being 8--6,6--0, 6-3 in their fav our, Brookes and Mrs Lambert Chamb era defeated Larsen and Miss Hollins in the Mixed Doubles, 6-2, 6-2,

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BRITISH AIRMEN DROWNED. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 6 June 1914

BRITISH AIRMEN DROWNED, LONDON, 'rhursdily Night, A double aeroplane fatality occur red to-day at the Caishot Castle naval air station, near Southamp ton., Lieut, Thomas S, (Creswell, of the Royal Marines, and Licut, Rico wore flying when their engine be came disabled and the machine fell into the sea. Both oflicers wore drowned.

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