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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
FLANAGAh HNEWMAN & Co SUMMIARY OF SALES. WEI)NEDAY, 17th J1UNiN. Myrtloford aurket., Salo of the Freehold of (rlcktolr' t Arnmi Hotel, Miyrtleford. 'i'THUlItlAY, 18th JUNE, VWangaratta Market., SATU1Til)AY, 27th JUNIE, Sale of l'ropelrtite, Partitt Road, ac collllt eIs(ate E., Morgan, Sale of Tletidentiblt Property "Clon turf," FLANAGAN, NBEWMAN & 00. Auctioneer, \VWangaratta a1id lnl llalli MONEY AVAILABLE FOR IN VESTMENT ON BROAI) AlHIE iAEUl Wl'ilE0H. £27,000 £27,000. 1W 1 have the tabove llla of i £27,000 low available for in vostinlont in Illl from ,i1000 up wards, anld for goid eccuritieel we are preolared to accept -2 per cent,. interet, In view of the high ratei now ruling for money, borrowerte ihould avail thimnelvea of the op portunity to got money at this re duced rate, and shiould got ito colll munication with ui at once. Apply promptly to FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & 00. linancital .Agelitn, Wangaratta, AMoylnu and AMyrtleford, FLANAGAN, NEWMAN &i ...
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. MOYHU MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
AUCTIONIEIUH RELPORfl3, FI'itNmAG(AN, JlW1VIAN & 00. , lu I1lIli MA li e T. b, , VFl uialll , ,Net ! \IIII a lld ('o'1) ior'l hlt ing hetl til h ir uli l al niti 'hl 'rhuilt dil y it; ; Iful ttl\v :s litccnt l 'i,. 11e had a very s?, good ya?ding of j )g ounerI', aIamng1 which tere hICon Vyery plih!ie pgl;-, which r(f, it very bri;lt ilme itI pnl lll ll u? V] l) to the prtIlre ruling in \Y lgg ratta; hest, pig'. .t.3 15h td; ? leve ilt' o th r peI t 3 ' Is, sL3 th to . 3; 11, tld; (,everal petns of lighti eights to ; 10s; porkcer lt o t IC., sitCor I'igs, --A hig yarding, and d lIna lt. exceptionally i c en; g tti llb '(i cl taranec w\ ialle'cted, 1rceding hoVw'? .C2 17s to .C3 I 1 ;3s; g od it's t e pigi tlo .t2 8s Gid; others 32; to 3's; slips 0 ?ll tlo 25s; uckers to l cl, St mi 'itri. -We had a very heavy su Iipply of sUndritIs, potatttue, lpoultry, tC' ,, twhiih M.old vetry wel, thecp,-- )Inly it Lmat penning; prc' ne ltu'il'bs nIkin illg 20i. Vl' t ('Ii ittl,--A good t...
CROSS COUNTRY RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
CRJOSS COUNTRY JAnlAhWAY. L'uio pr(Ij)V)Jal to rLuL i liWmc of Litil n' a3'u~m cLCoUIunltry hrum I)uulciei to .it, JLicIIe no1w IniIIg; uvulocated b~y trio, LU, uulud deetraltLiuiatioul workl humt the work wvill only ho ni dojf by Utupplulg mtL 1t, J1LLLLcu; it IIhould b)e Carrield tliroulghl tmle coul)trry Ib ti~CelL thaIt pILace ahIt I jplilnglhlIL mutt1 LI) cIJILILt with~ time mariLt~lI ILey 11i1e itt iL point1 11011' the I (ClICI AL IlLLgo p)rt oIf ILL) (uiLI ;~' oIf tbn: North-hhisterucl~ coun~try tmcervrnl by i L'LUlmiCILILuntry li1o will go ILnIoth., i'm will 1e Lurvud for nio'lbourh u L o ls lc0 by tilhi julctlon of the latter place and the large, ditric betoweenl lf I, ,lait'l 1t11iand Iprin'gh l ll'lt wIould he I iimiularly served for hoth Melbourne i1ld lthe ll(iveri' a bhy the junctLion l it - ]fl'lln'lhlursl' , A1 Ia lmlttrl' of fact llly w01e; co(':lid redl in at tentative maly y the Rlailways' Stalndig Colm mUit't e alo far hack i; 18l892,. They had four routen cub il...
FOOTBALL. WANGARATTA v. BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
FOOT B3ALL. Iiiilll I\ilJ t. ]ti i ii ill l I'ruunt:ý ttt dtt.'. 1 ( 1ce l ItIu, h 44111 III.l tenet trII, il he cli 'I I U'(': uut the Iol;;: 11 II· 'n ; ()'l ~ ic l i I II I.'i i it- 444'i 4 I I, I ( I III ,i i 'I nn1 oion l'untl rti ll , N.;(1, h :1:; (i 11' 1:11 11 ne Il;llI , IItle 'tII i441i el, \It l t' , :441. Ii 'VI iii *'y IlrIe , iitii 41141 ':1'441 i ltlt ili 4144 Nic I'oll. 4h:;1: i it 4' 411 4441 hgtf tart tIl'.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
SA1IlilN AN I) M'8ý\VINI';1 111U1) i1'1 itW:T, \WA':NU1A1tA'l"1'A. )~ 1r, Alirn, (.tirtlll i iutlcr for Now SouIllth. I 'a flci, 'Truti, tald otlr Mont)iy to Lond, NOTT,'UIT' & P1'lltl3110K, llarrhiteru and Solicitors, REID rTitlIIET, WANGAIIAV"1'A. Mr. T,. I. Not'lntt, a Jtiollalu tcioncr for takintg ltllhlicits: AMr, . U. 'tir brick. Trunt and otlcr MlllOyl t) leo Lnd at Lowest liatr+u. OCIAI, II. t11lhllMl4lil, A.R,.V.IA. Allat11l''II T, 'raithiul tltrest, W\Vngearatta. JASPER I1I0?l1ANl), 1),A, L.1,, l~bnrristtr and ?lolicitor. RIEID -H'j'11 tt>'I', WANUAlIIATT'A, 11. A. A. U1111R?ll, IBAIiiltlTNII11 , HIOICITWU , REID T'l'lhlET,' WANIIAllAT'TA. Colulumiudonclr for takiirig Aftldtvdltit . Moaeys to Lt,0d at. lo\0l t, ralt, lllOMAA GIltAllAM, 11.L., l)AllRlt'r?lt & H0t)O101I'1TOl. The ilrum of O(ltihun tnd ll .1 dtocrI avitug beau diti:lvecd, MIr. , ,lali'n will continue? utilettl iln l'hitnli ihl'r tI Conlunrcir l Jluildint;, hlild Iltreet, MlonlOEys arll awan...
POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 11th JUNE. (Before Mr. J. W. W. Beaven, P.M.) NON-VACCINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
POLICE COURT., ''IIIJR?SDAY, 11th JUNE,. (lefore Mr. J. W. W, . eaveni, P.M.) NON-VA(COINA'I' ON. C'utable \Whitinorec v. F. \Y, Iloy :te?l for neglecting to have hi; child vaccinatcd,. iergelant Ilcckwith raid the doctor refun:icd to vaccinate the child, therefore he a:lkel for an ad journmient for one month, which was granted. ,. Neville, V. Iailey, I,. lieetvec, 1, McMillan, L,. I, lilack, A. A. iell oro, , J. llyrno, cM. Shicidy, W. C. l,ewi:, were each lined 20,; for neg lecting tio have their chiliren var: cinatedl.
IT IS A MATTER OF FACT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
That backache, rheounatism, gult, neuralgia, bladder troubles, stone, giravel, lumbaigo, eiatica, nervouis ne?ss, dizzineess, are causedt;ll biy diseas ed kidnteys, Many mnI and women look uplon Isyllitomns of thes;e ail lients as trilling. hut no symptomi tof kidiney disorder is trilliiing, for it show?s that the kitdneys are failing to filter thle pioisololl:i uic acid from the blood, and this; is the begittitingi of imost tilscnsii. At the finlt s;ign of kidney dit;order, begin with I)o',n's liackaclhe Kidney Pills, they cuiie 'every formi of kidney trouble, becautsil they are a ,pecial medicine for the kidneys, Mrs 1I. MeLachlan, Chilternl, says: ---"'or somie tiime I sullered a good deal 'front atuiig plainsil across the tiiall of itty back, which were par ticuilatrly ieivere whenl I itooped or moved quickly, Itliichltle is it try ing atillitentt, yoiu Iiever seetll free of painit, att, antiy iratei thUit, wais ily ex lerietnce, I tused various prlepalia Lioiis, such as liltini...
ODDFELLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
S 1. 1 1 ODDPELLOWS. 'lthe half-yearly financial moeeting of theo oyal dJutctito ILodge witt theld oni ''hllursdtly vOVening whlleI therro wi\; it good att.endance, 'th h lmlatt ahict tlld aulditorfl' repor0 t 1)01' pCre ionlted, and showed the cnt.ilnui d uinthfatctory progrett of. tih lodlgo. The total receipt (.o the ?lrick and iFuneral l'nndl duritg" the half-year amounted to ,:27! is Ind, alnd of thin amount interest ,accounteLd for ,Cl11' 5i Id. 'I'h) tot.l eixpondtiture wan .2123 '17h d, leaving it credit Ihalance of .C155 I, ld, 'IThe total imiount now to the credit, of thin fund it 25107, 'Tihe receipfi of thei matnage nlelt , were I. 11 Is Gd, and the ex pendit.ure .I` I n, 3? l, retducing tihe, 1.4 ad, M ,edieal fees to Doctort; accounted for .?81; ;e Gd in additlion to anil amount, of .?2t 4 Inl tid paid for' IuieihiIern of othertl lodlges, )Dlgrees were pafnsed to ollicler ;i n titled, and it, wa; re:olved to pIlac thit retiring (rand lMaster?t'n note on Merit Iloardl I...
DISTRICT NEWS. ELDORADO. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
DiSTRIiT INEJ1, -- +-- 9---- EI..DOtRADO, (' Ick', iifneir, li,,hhr do, 8th-. ltni tei l rtol'tI t'l ti I nileitti: Illittle w o 'k lt nishe' d , til we r iuitti e: ll 10l . . l if l I tgl'l'i:;t, it't ectinIt of f o h enll i i ttt Ii'l t i t p' ,e Itt:si, l I1;1 ?, phltedi I,'irIlt 'ft. l tignm nt , ll: f il'l" t f fhi t:y f 1i' fi u' lt i )ly it 'til I lff, il iii I 11 iii~ I thu~ ;it itti II l~ily i Viday of inl it w f ifVIi ill, it - : I,,n, l if ,'hhrad tf fs cycling tf hit l v,'ork ii liiti il tl ult , p1\ r fiot ill lihIt I hitii' t it'i i of IS mlt-hill b'o tu;t flitd fti '(teiv i'd tilt uiulily fll, 1f1it :;lls lltalll:d ;4t.\, l'le :;bous:l i ll nlllu ll.o cut hi f lip tl hit ffonel Stiti l l\ttt iiihe ~lit u e iisre it ot mli i Ii nl1 i ii l Ith 'thll . i ntft \\ ll :, W111 uft ft i li. Ii l~ h i 'tif es:penlClitv de'ip. :\t the liecihworth ihl ( '111 1 foif It l l til tl i "l illly," \?hl I:; n old pinior anld a1 Vely h it I, its if a dihu tih u i?ftd'litl ,ki r l d lr d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
J, Wa. TrHOMON, I' ItI~'I iI' l(OAJ), \VAN(l \ltA'1 PA, WanIIte( to IHxtifnnge. -" ( ~lvznilljZI Itrud:+1 , ('ul11p) t', II Ill~ e;, (.'l!Il1 jllll ttl etc., ouught, 'nHt1 Iron bought IIn any Quanltity Lvttoru Attended To, BULL'S hEAl) HOTEL UNIIFIl NI91V MANAGHNMIN'T', J. HUBERT IMASON (iLte of WillIambtonVI and LIongwood.) (les tllando of I1pIrltH WVinod, Aler nntd Iiluuoru. )!-Sca 1/. (mood titablinlI. HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY. GOOD COUGH MIXTURE RECIPE. IBy a Qualilied Chemist, A splendid medicine that is good for cough, influenza, colds, and sore throats canl no1 be matle quite easily at homenl, There is no boiling, cr bother, or fuss; f any kind, (Get one hbottle (of It an's .Sl'?I.ence froml your themis;t and mix with sugiar, ttcadee ;lid waterI, ilas pet' simplel directions. thi ill give you a pi nt, or about ei},ht eigbhtle tpe nl y bottlet:, Of tatnl int;, soohinJ;, stimulating;, eating cough ,Inl c ldi mdi hinc. It takes hold of a tlough or 1old, 'Io f ttl [ shole t( )tt, I 'III...
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A meeting of the Il,\ceutive c'in-a mittee was held in the elcoetary': otllico on the 5th inst., lit. which wIerce present-Messrs A. Clents, C I'et- i dent, G. Maxwell, J. 'l'rttlaun \. G. lDantild and I. Hallligan, Set rotary, Correspondence relating to the ci forts that have been made since the beginning of the year to secure ia course of agricultural classes was taken into consideration in conse quence of the receipt of a telegram from the Department of Agriculture asking whether the" Society wished classes to be hold, It appeared that application had been made by Mr. Halligan last February asking for classes and enclosing programme de aired, based on the ollicial prospec ttus forwarded by ,the Department, which replied a month aiterwards, stating that clases would be held In June. The Society replied im mediately, accepting date, and ask ing for time table and names of lecturers for advertising purposes, and proceeded to enrol students. In the following mon...
SPRINGHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
SPRINGI-IURSTI The (C',rirs' Armns Ilotel, Spring hurst., is just. bOn rebuilt, llnd there w\is r1quite a st.ir inl th town s ohip oln iatu'day night last, when the dlo,'. of thi?s liine lhottel'y we're openedl'l for 1the u?llllic's coll?vleince. T'he builitng 15s prt ly brick anti partly wlloodl, ivetl rlgll all area ofI 0lt0l :squill. feet., The brick p?irtiont is the millin bliling, the (iimenioils iof which lie 50 feet sitrc't fronitage, by 11 feet, aiid eonttiln; hllt' l ift. by ltift., littled with counteriiti' of Auisti'r liln polished sk alnd einlt.'s-eye gles;, bar-pallo', lllft, by llift,, bedroom lf1., by Ilftl , collllercia l room, 12ft lit. lby 1?2ft, bedroom, 12ftt lin, by l2ft,., diningr'oit, 2tftl, y 17ft., p)1in try, iOft, by lit,., heltroont, o10ft by 9Oft., Gin, kitchen I5ft, tin, by lilt, dliv idedl by corridor l;ft,. by lift, openiing out, into t laii'e vestibutle, ii which are lolllunge s, etc.' The loulluge is de iorated with ltill tit, of itpot ]plait land tr...
SUFFRAGETTE OUTRAGE IN WESTMINISTER ABBEY. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
Wi;S'i'MIN ti'I'Ett AttttE . IONINtiN, 'Ihuritdny Nihtlit. Tho Sulltti.;it.t" e .;etiom fit t ti (lly Waa tt rifll titc ill 11W . (( ii.iiitei piosit At.evti ;it attitt I IIII::e ' loion oItwi iji l Mulle;i he1w t\oroun uboli hi r the in iii ' iiirt tih ('oi in 801'':;(:·c I1IhIp1(. I The chair :; jic'. hotly c'ai'e, ll 'two II 'n.i h it i'iui dili c'in ed on ofithei All antI i ar lit o:I ci I itei t\tig r n: Xinqi ti iut '-I ilt, oii htlttit 'tiitio t . t it t tll e Ii nl ait i tiicioni:iti tti'itt lii Iii th I ii i-hit dastint. txint-ii 'i Le t uer h ld, 'liltt ricuh lrt; tilt':ie~ i i it iat, ih tth tart Sat'a'et1, the Ot toieiit taut tti incosistriic c olttit li t' o lt Ii r ely I
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
GENNFIRAL. Dunlop was defeated by nllami.h in the Singles on Thursday Lt I clhckn ham tourlnamell t. In ai cricket match between S?tnlmuy and leicester, C(, Wood (tcicrter) took 5 wickets for 6 run,. K. ' Lc e t lt hlint s , in iL (?u h? l.al mllo or a' rtl' \l I theL Itlrl'ntine i ?l lTouris:;t !. o nhy in l tt, I:hl of .\lIn. Hie ranll ,0 m lil.:; inl tl hour: ; i A Nc\v Zealn(ul meeting of Anti Militarists, held at Devonport yes terday, was broken up by the pleo ple, who sang Empire songs and con cluded with cheers for the Union Jack. Suffragettes have ileen molbbed at Portsmouth Agricultural Show madi only escaped serious injury by pro tection of the Police, A large quantity of N,,.W, eaaned meat has been condemned. The Duke of Connaught has receiv ed handsome tributc toi hin nl. swerving- devotion to duaty Ion the occaslon of his farewell from hlth sides of the Federal hoate.
SPORTING NOTES. CARBINE DEAD. AUSTRALIA'S GREATEST HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
SPORTING NOTES, - + ~-.--- CARIJINE DEAD. AUSTAIIAIA'S GIREATEST IIO EN. Carbine, the great Australian race horse and sil', died. at the .)uko of Portland's stud, England, on Wednes day, at the ago of 29 years. The horse was completely worn out, 1He had livced a life of laziness for the past four years and eventually be came so weak that he had to be destroyed, In his day the son of Musket, out of 13 starts, secured 33 wins, a seconds and 3 thirds, bli winnings mnoulnting to £29,470, a record for Australia. Among his victorica were the Melbourne Cup, the Sydneoy Cup, (twice), and A.J.C. Plate (three times), the Champion Stakes and the Canterbury (N.Z,) Champagne Btakes Carbilne was bred in Now Zealand. lie was by Musket (imp,) from Meir t'y, alit was originally owned by Mir. 1), O'Brien. After the V,11.O. Cup meeting Car iblie iwas sold by Mr. O'Briea andi pn;i:;ad into thie hands of the late 1). .8. Wallace for 3000 guineas. W\hen he had finished racing Mr. W\Val iace r;old hiim to...
CHURCH FOR TAMINICK. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
CHURCH FOR TAMINICK, An centhusiastic meeting of the millci'ers of the Church of England, Taiminick, was hold on Tuesday evening, June 9th, to discuss the qlue;tion of erecting a church at Taminick. rThe Rev, 0, P. Brown, MI,A., of St, Columb's College, pre sided. After close and careful considera Lion and the promises of strong fin ancial support from those who at tended the meeting, it was decided on the motion of Or, J. R. 0, Sad ler, J.P., to proceed with the build ing of a church. Mr. Sadler generously offered an acro of land adjoining the Stato school for a church site,-The offer was accepted with thanks, The project was warmly and earn ostly taken up by the meeting and the following persons placed their names on the donors' list: J. R. 0. Sadler ,,,,..,,, £50 J. Atkinson ......,,..,,,. ,, 20 James Bailey ............... 15 B. 13, Booth ... ..,........ 15 James Percy ,,,,.. ,...... 5 Thomas Pearson ...,,, ,,,,,, 5 Thomas Trevitt ,,,... ;, ,,,. 5 Berr Sadler ,,,,,,........... 1...
MOYHU. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
MC )YI U Ii-- i t Itij will lie heltdl t, tli to ull l luiI lglUt It jiiiiiii fuootluuull 11wi~ci'orlut on I t.$ iwuii I'I1IItH from Alhloy. It Hi nlii IVtia~ii ltilii 10u-ianMly IVultitluluil luutte luuutth furtueul clubilel uu tiun 1111w w'iltiiug tii Mtoyhu to l ii hlktiwiulo1