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A.N.A. v. DRUIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
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Late Cable News. RIVAL FORCES IN IRELAND. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
Late C6a~c Icvm [FROIVI iIRLEU ER. RIVAL Vfill, I., IN I~IN) LONDON)(,, 'I'hllll:,tllly ;iilllf luI the I lou: t' of Iu onlllwlu; to tIuI Air. >iiz'eII, t'hiul $e('2.11 v otu (Illicio llst) 111:1 111' Il11(.:;1 :;(1 11111(1 of the Nd) iouillufu \t it) ' ut re jlul1 its full :I tritlh ft ii Xu~liUii \Iu. 5tillu ii iii liliululul V \fun)" ll f lv:; Itilt'llt'' 11';I:; : illlil'l('ltllg e\1,]11111.'t( 11'' thetu xI.;tcI I cxi lu of I ht" 11 \l llott teatii, Iftu ft I t Iltttl'l.. hire )talidity if luu tli I u f jiflu:u i t)Iuiitl onli nt jlittutfiulitluf ut. tillf ttlIfullj liuiiut full) h If lt u1 tliltltui i itl fuihuhfiinf; tilru (huh l') i i t, hiuu tofif
MEADOW CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
MEA()OW CiUI:(K, A meeting of parenti of children attendingi MeUhlow ('relek tate 1(Ihool to. 131, wan held in the school rioo0 o Wedunetday night to conlider the adviahlility of enlarg ing thie present, t)chool or the erec tioni of a new one. Mr, 1). Farrell, C(hi ri-nhn of thle Hchool (Ioinui ttee, \ 's voted to the chair, and othere present. w re' --Me; rs , Ii. ,Jlonels, 'I, P',cock, J, I-lHannon, ' 'l'rcidder, J. Miagher, EI. l'Porter, Ii. Ward, W. I low e~a and (;. E. Johnston, head teaihier. After cionsideralble dintcus?ion it wan decided by a majority of thoie lpret)ent that the F]ducation IDepari. Inent he asked to erect a new school in a more central Ipoition than that ocuipiillied by the present one. 'Throughl the hlubdivi;ion of the I3allenvalley Estate, which wanl purchased some time ago Iy the )Closer Settlenient hoard, neveral lparent with familiet have conmc to reside in thit district., ;ild the attendaci; e now overtaxet the plreijent scihool building. To find 00oom...
WANGARATTA DISTRICT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
WANGMtRITTA DISTRICT IIOSP'ITAI. The inintily nit?lin t, f thel (lconl inittee (,f laltu;ty "nl, wilio held on Thu?ir.ty night., The l'rieidenit, Mr, T. ii', No uliit, occul iei d tlhe chair, lilland otheltl preent werei:-.i-Mcltril W. iG., ln lield, W V. J. nliiith, J. II. iitldford, J. nneliiii , 'i1', ( lraham'n i, J. J. 'l'Tlel uet i 'I', Maililon, iV, 11,. d \,nt.li, i i, A IloA oe, A, T. lletnents. 'tii ()I u Nllll -ll ;ii illt I N i OtN1, eti ting that' itI i il; en e vouring tol illl t iarrli?e w iit ' country houipitainh who likte ret li liiie t tedicll ulll 'ie?t, that nutlI?h ollil'er; mliy ( l olllllltld t for ithe poIilltionl in the finail l liodi-l cal exl ilil , i l l y ltby the l''rclide t, o(f the! ?itolict.y ( ir h rlilc ry llrooklt Allen.) ''hoI Metropolitan [flopitaith accept g iaduiti ii tia reii(h'ueu ntl iicil otliter ii( ording ;li their positii-ons oi the filil exami lilinlt llii llit , old iuppointiiieit il are ill i, iifactol V to lboh gerb t(lilw and hopi...
WELLINGTON v. BONAPARTE QUATRE BRAS, JUNE 16th, 1815. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
WELLINGTON v. BONAPARTE QUATiuI, I RAN, JIAUNI( 16th, I15ss. (Conltrihutd by 11, E. dwardt?.) At thie pesent tim it thell thert arre so) mittiy tI'nollll ulll.s oi \\ta i is ti'lliir' tuneo It refr? to ith i pronless of ullr f 'tore latlheri i li t lict it hl t of tyallo, i lnd tno mot)r littin- dt ripti h ion ctoild Iii' l.reso nlted tihan that, \\hith nt u'rr(,t ('hti hi a ealtr of a ce tlieti-y if lih'e 1I\tt'e n t.i11t ofl tl t r grittt',e li i ltit\ generals tt h it theit pasti two ta nturice utt productu tle--th l)u oti' \ietlliil. to il u nrd )aplce nu ] tl i t'ttii'it, I n i tl;' shool dayt s I setirntd tIhtit lionapa?io In it(, rn tit .si , allso th111 \\11, llin ,It-l signaillyl defeated lion;p;izrtu of Wate'I r o10 , i fUt., \whi.h in IIIy miind speaks uf' i'telf,i ta t 111h Iron Iutnko s aIl s tv i lu' ,,ittl t'rior to t ihe Irt t )iuti tti t of tht pIealle ofl t I :urtopie t. 'Tht e t u huli ?tint test u ls \ i t \\ erloo, but i, iti hstt for gain of pl sitions' l tr ti...
Why Should Women Suffer? [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
Why 'Should Wornc suffer~o ? (OlNdt llic lo1gic a Iccelptel it . l I mattl.er of cI(ld fact that, w'inica wore made1110 to CIo iter' flroim girlhood01 to the A 10(1k dtm'miillg with the mlattelr of pain laud Imifelinl; a11 allfmtillg 100111 eufollcl, and whvlich t e~lly hIow thou(\ll aade have been restored b()r11 Iy it Hiiniplo alfter year) of p aini, will Ibe nielt, free lito ilnyoltm Wilnul) 111olut thin1 ldvt,, nlod II'lltl it to Iipt. A 13, LADtIllh' 1luildiniil:i, 327 C'ollinls titreet, Mecl lb I. LlhiI'en villitillg tile City lagreodiamyO, te ~clladca
NEIGHBOURS' DIFFERENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
R. J. Forge v. Wm. H. Handcock, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; with allowing a beast, to wit a stallion, to wander on the main road at Myrrhee South. Mr. F. C. Purbrick appeared for Complainant, and Mr. D. J. Con nell for defendant, who pleaded not guilty. R. J. Forge, sworn, said" I am a &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; farmer residing at Myrrhee South, &nbsp; &nbsp; Defendant is a neighbour of mine. Early in the morning of 21th Feb ruary last, I had to get out of bed &nbsp; and on going outside found defend ant's stallion worrying my mare near a slip-panel. I parted them, and the mare kicked me. The stal lion was on the main road. 'This road is used by the travelling pub lic, and my children have to drive along it to school with a mare in the shaft. The stallion has been frequently on the road and I tied him up on four occasions. When de &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &...
WANGARATTA TROTTING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 June 1914
WANGARATTA TROTTING CLUB. '1Thil club held 'it( llirthdiay meeting onll Wetlinei;t y flltflernoon otn the \Van gaartia( llcec'ourto ill unsettled wleitheeir. tih'e lilto Inulce wasi fair, the gate ',kilng t; a otlluntlilll to j£,27 10?, The meeting wavi a ii ucveful otnell, goot iI lie i: contet tiingl every event, i lle the trotl tiui; anld , pony gallop: were fought, out, with great. keilliti li. 0,'. the iiil i rmeiii' ii d Ti'ltade I? n'tl'it; l'ro l, foiurteen' hotel eatu ou(,t, l ilt' this; ellvent tl'ouli' e much ll ocilt' Ii llteel'l . I r. j it' , ,Pr?e - Lice, o( li Mcionald uil Prentlice'i I)lortill, ifought. die pi'er ely toi retaini the honor in Wi l gti ll raitt, ilt, foiund the liilitll nonl ilinatl) n, . ill tie I uohn, rih on byIi Mrit J.i, Moodii , too i (loil ' all alilt l ient aniild had lito blii lliinten d with l uecondi p;lace. M11, of the l inh, aI i lWi i it w riii'e ly oli gratulatedll by Iiule ber; on hi w11 lll . 110 ; i t :?e i c :ioful hlaih ller of tro...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914
GENERAL NEWS. --- ---- --- Ono of the principal qucstionls di cl?se1d by the C(iblint oil Friday was til0 abolitlon of local raiilway rates. The statlutory Ilroviioln ii that, when a now railway in built, the Railways StLading (tonttnittee may recoImiendoIl tha local I'rates be imlposed on the gotod hauled. Four some timlle pIeit the ('ahinet liha had ullder considerat~ioil the quehtionl whletther the exactlion of h;ltclh ratesl protducel or retllrds the epaln-ion of railway revenue. Itl he recceived illly to the prodll; bI.i y ll the implllli tic ve h i tle · hiii e y lttllttttt ltliottt tion of the charges, and the Minis (ter of lbtilwey ; hI l gol)lle into qth)tll l )tl - li:n with the llatilw ty ('l nlt i ni, t yiotn tin, 11 le inft rnl ed tlhel i 'lnetl thatl ifrom il int?i on which they are op eratlive the ralteh prohdno about (III,0III) il round lihtles each year. ('iainaet reoiled accordingly to in t roduce it short hill in l'arliamont in the coming hethion to abolish the rt...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914
FOOTBALL. - -4---.-· On Saturday Milawn journeyed to North Wangaratta, and engaged the local team, the game resulting in an easy win for the visitors by 13.26 to one behind. A match between teams ropresont ing the Military Forces and the Wed nesday Half-HIoliday Clubs will he played on the local ground this af tornoon. All players are requested to be on the grounds at 3. o'clock sharp. Teams will be selected from tlLh Oollowing:;-Military Forcop.--J. Dodd (capt), Daynos, Dodd, Ryan, Nott, Woodherry, Martin, Jordon, Atkinson, Walsh, Sadlier, Wappett, Moore, 'Eades, Young, ,Koarnoy, Yox all, Murphy, Harrison, Clutterhuck, Hart, Daird,' Hall-Holiday's-- Cam Wron, Hall, ieymour, West, Stewart, lReardon, Bartlett, Reid (2), Mc Lauglllan, Knight, NCdwards, Kirk ham, ltadnoll, Vincent, loell, Dodd, Battin, Whitty, G. McLaughlin, A. A, 5 eolq w il unirq the game,
J. BUCKLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914
J; BUCKLEY, JI, Buckley, thu Mvrt, reports;- sold largo lot of poultry on Satur day, al, bringing satisfactory pricus, Roosters up to Gs pair; fowls to 4s, pullets at 2s Gd,,chickens to 2s; tur key gobblers from 5s to 9s oach; turkey hliens 10s pair; geose to, 7s pair; ducks to 4s id pair, A largo lot of furniture and sundrioes were also sold at satisfactory prices,
EVANS & LANGLANDS WANGARATTA HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914
EVANS & LANGLANDS WANGARATTA HORSE SALI. Nvans and Langlands and Camp boll and Co, report having hold a special sale of horses at the market yards on Friday last, the 12th inst.. There was a large attendance of Melbourne buyers, anlid good' com petition right through, toe sale, We sold the bulk of the horses yarded, The yarding comprised mostly mod ium draughts, light harness sorts anld ponios, liest draughts to £39; others £19 to £26; aged medium .draughts to £18; light harness to £17; hacks to £15 16e; poules to £20; aged hacks £3 to £5,
FOOTBALL. BEECHWORTH DEFEAT WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914
FOOTBALL. Ill,1(lH-W(OiTH DEFEAT WANtGA IBATTA, Tlhese te1amn? met on the WYanga ratta ground on haturday in the presence of ia large numlber of spec tators, the gate receipts being £10 Gs Gd. Both teams were strongly represented, 1old after a fiast all well conIra ted g?an: Iechwir'th emerged victorioui;ly by U1 goala 8 behllind to 3 )oal 2(1 behiudh;, (In the play the best. team IL woI. lleeclh wmoth played morele liable all round football th(an did W o't0 e r ltit - their dash and yI((tllte (' lle l ri (l'r, their marking and kicking more certain and (,their ihot ting for goal more accurate. Wanugarata, on the other hand0, bungled a lot, cerried a few " ? pssenger?'," atil were, with a few exceptionf l li,'ai;fully vweitk in kick ilng ftr' gl)l., :Ai the e'ocar how they had twenty- Ilhree photo to lieechworth's eighteel, but (oult of that ,ilnuber could only hiod the goal opening on three occasioln;. A few tariy (l l(lce(ts of selinC( rjlj ere lliHUOed, and the ?oal umplire "imi:...
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. NORTH-EASTERN DISTRICT LAND TRANSACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS; - 4----- -· I'LANAGAN, NiWMAN & 00. NORTH-EASTIiRN DISTRICT LANDi TRANSACTIONS., Flanagan, Newman and Co., Land and Financial Agents, of Wangarat ta, MIoyhu and Myrtleford, Vic,,. -and Parkes, N.S,W,, report having effect ed the following sales of property during the last three weeks: On behalf of Mr, J, F. Dundas, of Myrtloford, we have sold 478 acres of freehold land, right alongsidp,tho town of Myrtloford, well improved, to Mr. W. J. Carthew, of Ovens Vale On behalf of the Exor, in the es tate of Jno, Peppard, deed,, we have sold the paddock situated at Tarra wingee, known as Martoll's, 204 acres freehold, to Mr. G. A. Shop pard, Tarrawingee. On behalf of Mr, W, Smith, Doder ang, we have sold 162 acres freehold land on the main Wodonga--Yack andandah road to Mr. WX J, Smith for cash. On behilf of Exor, late D. F. Car mody, we have sold 104 acres Whor ouly freehold land at auction, to Mr. J, Carmody, of Whorduly, at £11! 10s per acre, On behalf of The...
MOYHU v. ELDORADO. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914
MOYHU V. ELDORADO, The above teams met at Moyhn on Saturday, and a splendidly con tested game was the result, The visitors, who made the journey in Mr. Collins's fine new drag, drawn by.four horses, put a strong eighteen into the field, .but were without the services of Toohey, Trimble, Fealy, Gorman and Elmer, they had all the best of the game up till half time, After the interval the Moyhu lads, acting on their captain's good ad vice, took charge of the game and but for faulty' kicking should have scored a more comfortable victory. Umpire Cable had charge of the game, and although he kept the play well in hand some of his decisions did not give general satisfaction. The teams were:-Eldorado-0ol lins (capt.), Cabassi, Gorman, J, and E, Kelly, Falconer, Methvan, Motfitt, Rohertson, T. Ray, Wal lace, G, and L. McLaughlin, G, Ray, G, and A, Stewart, Johnson and Mackay. Moyhu--E, Evans (capt,j, G. and H. Evans, Hill, Wallace, Slater, Maher, Byrne, Prendergast, Mahony, Stubbs, Armstrong...
THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914
THEI MARKETS. Wheat market was steady and ?3ilot at 3s lid to 3s 111d alongsideo.. Practically nothing was doing in forward wheat, Oats.--Milling up to 2s 2d; food to 2s, Barley,--Maltlng Chevalier up to 3s Gd; Capo malting 2s Id to 2s 3d, Malz,-e-Parcels 's 7d; trado lots 3s 9dl, Chafl.-Choico oaten £3 5s; prllme £3 to £3 2s Gd, Hay and Straw -Manger hay £4 10s to £5; Victorian straw 37s Gd to 40s. Potatoes,-Choico Carmons £4 10s; Ballarat Snowllakes £3 10s to £3 15s; Gippalands £2 10s; poorer pot atoes at concessions, Onlons,--£6 10s to £6 15s.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914
FLANACAh, NEWMIVAH & CO SUMMARY OF SALES. WEIl)N ISI)AY, 17th JUN'i. lMyrtleford Market, Salo o the I lreehold of Urickotor's Arns Illotel, Myrtloford. 1'IIIIJIl)1AY, 18th JUNE, Wangaratta Market, SATUIt)AY, 27th JUNE, Sale of Properties, Parlltt Road, ac count Estato E, Morgan, Sale of Residential Property "Olon tart." FRIDAY, 10th JULY, Special Horse Sale at Wangaratta, FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. Auctioneers, Wangaratta and LDonalla MONEY AVAILABLE FOR IN YESTMENT ON UIROAD ACIE~ SIEOUIITIES. £27,000 £27,000, i have the above sum of WI £27,000 now available for in vestment in sums from £1000 up, wards, and for good securities we are prepared to accept 41 per cent. interest. In view of the high rates now ruling for money, borrowers should avail themselves of the op portunity to get money at this re ducod rate, and' should get into com munlication with us at once. Apply promptly to FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO Financial Agents, Wangaratta, Moyhn andi Myrtleford. FLANAGA...
Late State News MR. WATT RESIGNS PREMIERSHIP. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914
Late State news Mhll WATT IlESIOGNS PREMIl R SHIP, MIEL? OURNE, Tuesday Night, Mr, W, A. Watt has decided to re sign his position as Premier of Vic toria and endeavour to enter Feder al pplitics as member for Balaclava in the House of Representatives, He will be succeeded as leader of the Cabinet by Sir Alexander Peacock, At a spoolal mooting of the State Cabinet this afternoon, Mr, Watt an nounced his decislon to his colleag ues, Mr, Watt has announced himself ac a candidate for Balaclava, now re. presented by Mr. Wynne, Postmaster General, but who is retiring, it is almost a certainly that Sir A. Peacock will he the now Leoader, It is possible that Mr, F. Hagol thorn, Minister for Public WorKs, will succeed Sir Alexander Peacock as Minister for (lducation, and that Mr, Murray, in addition to the Chief Secrotaryship, will be asked to take charge of the Labour Department, Mr. Watt will Jiold oilcoe till his suc cessor is sworn in as Treasurer.
SPORTING NOTES. DEATH OF MR. J. O. INGLIS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914
SPORTING NOTES. DEATH OF MR. J, J , INGLIS, Mr. John 0. Inglias, well known in sporting circles, ns a racehorse own or and \'.R.C. starter, died on Sat urday irom injuries sustained through beung thrown out of his buggy near Ballan. Dorn in Melbourne in July, 1851, he was brought up among horses, and as a youth became expert at breaking them in, Mr, Inglis lirst alppeared in the saddle as an amateur in 1873 or 187,;4, when he rode his own horse, Revol ver, in a Maiden Plate and Hurdle Bace at Melton, The nrst horse he rode to victory was NimboK, in the Hunters' and Maiden Stakes, of £200,, at the Ballarat Turf Club's autumn meeting, on March 10, 1874, Three months prior to winning the Melbourne Cup in 1873, Don Juan was purchased by Mr. Inglis for £300, At the time of the race Don Juan was leased from Mr, Inglis by the .late Joe Thompson, ag)d he ran in the name of Mr, W, John stone. Oh the last day of the meet ing at Flemington, Thompson, who had won a fortune with Don Juan, paid M...
WANGARATTA CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914
WANGARATTA CEMETERY, The iomitlily iicctiii? of 'Trustees Vwa, hei uin l Moldtay night, the ('hairniai, Mir. t Maxwell, presid A Icetir way, read from Public Ilenlth Il)ipartmenit, forwarding for sig!Alture new scale of fees, Section 19 of the Act applies to free inter menlts oily. 'lhe addition to rtle o, ', 7 was not approved of, as :rJt has been decided by the Minister that only statutory rules are to be s;limnitted for the approval of His Excellelncy. Mr. W. J, Smith said the revision of the scale of fees was a waste of effort unless they could get Section 19 of the Cemeteries. Act applied in regard to requiring a J,P's, order for pauper burialR, The Trustede object was to prevent' burials in pauper graves of deceased persons who had money to buy private ground, and they were providiag a cheap private grave to accomplish this, but if the avenue were to he still left open for people to be butri ed as paupers then the revision of rules would only accomplish a loss of revenue to th...