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RIFLE SHOOTING. LONDON, Monday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

RIFLE SHOOTING. LONDON, Monday Midnight, Although they are practically just oil the steamers, three members of the Australian Disley team shot well at the Scottish rile meeting at Edin burgh to-day. There were 122 competitors for the Caledonian Shield, The shooting to day eliminated 82 of these, D. L. MlcAlister (N.S,W,) and F. G, Har rison (N.S.W.), with scores of 96 each, qualified among the final 40. The top-score was 101. McCue, of Melbourne, who is holiday-making in Scotland, is lying third as the re sult of a score of 99,

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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THE BUCKET DREDGE DOOMED. DEPARTMENT'S NEW POLICY. STARTLING EFFECT IN OVENS VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

THIE UCKEI(IT ))RFU)EGE S )001VYIED, )li'All'TMENT'S NEW POLICY, STVI'Alt'ILING El'FE1C IN OVENS VALLEY. '[The bucket dredges which had dev astated an extensive area of fertile land In The Ovens Valley have at leat: received a serious check. Since the plresent Minister of Mines per monllly took charge of the matter hlcctivo sto)p have been initiated to (:nilltre that the special covenants are iully observed, and the results have Ieen disastrous to the dredges. Sev (ral have closed down, and others are on the point of ceasing opera lions. Instructions to rigidly op verve the resoiling and other condi lions of their leases have been. re ceived by all dredge masters, and the( knowledge that the Minister will Iolerate no trifling in the matter has ?precad dismay among all local dredg ing interests. A tI'; through the Ovens Valley to-lday revealed the extent to which the new policy of the Mines depart ment has already made itself felt. The owners of the Myrtle Queen dredge, near Myrtlefo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

AllERN AN1) MI'8W1NEY BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS, REID STRIEET, WANGARATTA. Mr. Ahern, Commisslonor for Now South Wales, Trust and other Moneys to Lend. NOTOUTT & PURDRIOK, . Barristers and Solicitors, REID STREET, WANGARATTA. Mr. T. F. Notcutt, a Commlssloner for taking allidavits; Mr, F. 0, Pur" brick. Trust and other Moneys to Lend at Lowest Rates, OHAB. H. SUMMERS, A,R.V,I,A. AROHITECT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta. JASPER HUSBAND, B.A., L,L.B., Barrister and Solicitor. REID STREET, WANGARATTA. H. A, MURDOCH, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR, REID STREET, WANGARATTA. Commislsioner for taking Affidavits. Moneys to Lend at lowest rates. ItHOMAS GRAHAM, B.L., BARRISTER & SOLICITOR. The firm of Graham and Murdock having been dissolved, Mr. C.G?ham will continue business in Chamubers In Commercial Buildings, Reid street, Moneys are awaiting investment at eurreat rates. DANIEL J. CONNELL, Barrister and' Solicitor, MURPHY STREET, WANGARATTA A Commissioner for taking Af...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

GOLF. -----+ On Saturday last, a party of six teen golfers came from ieechworth to try conclusions with a local team, and the result showed that the Wan garatta players are well able to hold their own against district players. The Deechworth putting "greens" are sanded over, and as the local greens are of grass and are parti cularly fast just how, the visitors found themselves in difficulties at times, In the men's match, Wanga ratta won by 20 holgs 24 aces to 4 holes 4 aces, and the ladies of Wan garatta won by 76 holes 42 aces to 0-0, Following .pro the scores: Dr. McLay 0-0 v. McLeod 4-4, WV. E, Conners 3-4 v. T. Wyatt 0-0 0. Conners 1-3 v. R. Wyatt 0-0. H. Cox 5-5 v. R. Harrison 0.-0. Thureau 3-4 v, Warren 0-0. Willis 1-3 v. McDonald 0-0, Knight 7-5 v, Troutbeck,0-0, Totals: Wangaratta 20-24; Beech worth, 4-4. LADIES' MATOH. AMrs conners 12-5 v. Mrs Andrews, 0-0. Minei l)avidsoa 12-5 v, Miss Alder dyce 0-0, litse Thmonsuu 11-5 v, Miss Henry, 0-0, Mrs Evans 10-5 v. Miss Davis, 0 ...

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THE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION LECTURES. SUCCESSFUL OPENING LECTURE [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

TIIE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION LECTURES. ---.--- -- - -- SUCCESSFUL OPENINU LECTURIE The first of the series of University Extension Lectures was delivered in the Theatre Royal, Wangarattta, on Friday night. The lecturer was Pro fessor TucKer of the Melbourne Uni versity, and his subject "A Walk Through Imperial llome." The haill was lilled with ani appiLrciative audi cnce, who listened attentively to thiet highly intere'ting lecture froni be ginning to cind. The lecture was il lustrated, the lantern Ibeing worked by iev. CI'. '. lrown. The lecturer prefaced his ;;toi'y Iby saying that he would lspeak of the Rome which had lbeen the iistreosi; of the world, from Scotland to the south of Egypt, and from the At lantic to Persia. The Rome which he spoke of was a city which con tained two million people, one half of whom dwelt inside the city walls, and one half in the sul)urbs outside. It had 400 temples, from 30 to *10 magnificent arches, and some 10,000 statues. He would like to add thali...

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U.S.A. AND MEXICO. WASHINGTON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

U.S.A. AND MM1XICO. WASHINGTON, Monday Night, The Mexican delegates to the Nia gara Falls Conference have sug gested five names from whom the successor of General Huerta as Pro visional President might be selected, The United States Government is fn sisting on a Constitutionalist being chosen, Considerable differences are doeveloping on these lines, but the modliators are confident that all the dificulties will be overcome. It is understood that General Huerta de sires that a neutral shall be named as his successor,

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WAR CLOUD RISES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

WAR CLOUD RISES, Latest news from the Noear East states that the Balkan situation is critical,.

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HOME RULE AMENDING BILL. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

HOMEl RULE AMEiNDING DILL. LONDON, Monday Night. In the House of Lords yesterday, the Marquis of Crewe, replying to Lord Lansadowno, said that the sec ond reading of the Home Rule Bill was fixed for, June 30. The Home Rule Amending Bill would be present ed next week, in ample time for consideration,

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LONDON THUNDERSTORM. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

LONDON THUNDEI?RS TORM. LONDON, Monday Night. A terrific thunderstorm experienced in London yesterday has claimed another victim. An adult, who was severely injured by a flash of light ning, died in a hospital to-day. This makes seven deaths as the di rect result of the storm.

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INDUSTRIAL UNREST. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

INDUSTRIAL UNREST, LONDON, Monday Night, The committee appointed two years ago by the Unionist Party to in vestigate the question of industrial unrest has concludedl its task, In.its report the committee recommeond the establishment of a Department of Labour under a Chief Commis sionor, The latter, it is suggested, should be invested with power to intervene in a strike and to appoint a board of conciliation..

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ELDORADO COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

ELDORADO COMMON, A public meeting was hold in the Court flouse, Eldorado, on Satur day afternoon, in connection with the taking over of the Wldorado Common by the North Ovens Shire. Cr. H. J. Klemm occupied the chair. Cr. H. Dilley and the Shire Secret ary, Mr. W. Anderson, C.,,, were also present, Or, Klemm explained that the Government had abolished the Min ing Board, which had previously had control of the Conunon, and had given the management of it over to the North Ovens Shire Council. The object of the meeting was to ascer tain if the ratellayers desirous of using the Common were prepared to take over the responsibility of man aging the Common by means of a committee of management. The Council were prepared to carry it on, but thought it only fair to give the local people a chance of man aging it themselves. Or. Klemm made it quite clear that the Com mittee or Trustees appointed would be responsible for the carrying out of the law as regards vermin des truction and noxious wee...

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GAMES TOURNAMENT. A.N.A. v. ODDFELLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

GAMES TOURNAMENT, - +--~-- A.N.A, v. ODDFELLOWS, These lodges met in the above tournament on Monday, the latter having some dilliculty in securing a team. The match was played at the A,N,A, meeting room, and a close contest resulted in a win for the Oadfellows by one game. The fol lowing are the scores:- I1 W, UIpield and U. Finemoro (0) beat W, Humphrey and M, Mont gomery (A,N.A.) 4-1. W,. Tippett and 0. Edwards beit D. Christensen and 8. Webster, 3-2. W. Watt and G, Moore beat T, Knox and W. Veale, 3-2. J, McCormick and C. Powley lost to W. Glassenbury and T. Rollaon, 1-I. R. Knight and W. Lane lost to J, Rust and J. Whitmore (cribbage), 2-3, 'l!otals:-Oddtellows, 13 games.; A,N,A,, 12 games, Last night the Hibernian 3. team defeated the Hibernian A, team by 14 to 11 games, The losers had to pay for supper at Mr. D. E, Weare's. The Druids defeated the Foresters by 17 to 8 games,

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THE DOOKIE TO SPRINGHURST COUNTRY LINE. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.") [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

'Till I)()OK(IIE TO HI'IINUllJUIH'P' COUNTI Y LINE. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.") Hir,-Your leader in Saturday's is(uo in advocacy of the above line way much1( appreciated by landownier interested, but in urging that thin line start from St. J.ame ait serious mtllatke ha)0h been 1llm0a ''iThe mainll object of this line soullld be to div ido eqlually the forty miles of rich sottled country lying between the North-Eastern line and Yarrawonga, so that no farmer or fruit-grower would lhe more than toen miles from a railway. At the present time there are farmers and fruit growers in the l'hoona, - Boweya, Killawarra and Peoechelba districts from Iliteen to twenty miles from a railway, and they have battled along for over 30 years under this disadvantage, By constructing a line from St. James it would mean that it would have to be taken tob far north to he of any benefit to some of the above pro ducers and would run too close to tile Yarrawonga line to divide the colntry fairly, Owi...

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TURKS SEEK GOLD. ST. PETERSBURG, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

TURKS 81hBRK .GOLD. ST, P1ETERSB3URG, Monday Night. Russia has grantod Turkey pormis rion to search for Turkish treasure chests, which were hidden at Sebasto pol in the Crimean War. Half of any treasure found will be claimoed by Russia.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

(\VY t 1 Ofl L)1, r OIIdH Jo u ftor tho Ii 0ioutl j)iurcttlC(I by our (Jorroft ýciidcnttal,)

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Late Cable News BALKAN CRISIS. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

Late Cable eews [FROM REUTER.] ---~--+- IALKAN CRISIS, LONDON, Monday Night. It is hoped that the Powers will mediate between Greece and Turkey and proyent war. Since the Unlkan war Grooco and Turkey have increased their naval strength, and several British oficers have beeoon borrowed. One df the ofew satisfactory features of the Balkan crisis is that, in the event of conflict between Greece and Turkey, neutrality will be nmaintain ed by Bulgaria,

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PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS BALL AT PEECHELBA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

PLAIN AND FANNY DhRSS BALL AT PREEClIIELI A grand plain and fancy dress0 ball, ill aid of the ?choul funds was held in Ihrice's hall, I'eechelba, on Fri (lidy night, iJune 12th, It wan one of the behst dances ever held at I'cceahill)la, lboloIt 60 couple IhIing pIre0lsent, of whomIi I5 couple (,tre in fancy dress,. Visitor; ('ca(11 in tfancy dr(ei froI(I Wa\ngaratta, Wi!by, Kil lawaria, Ilundalong 1at .lo?ntorhaman, and most of the dihtrict' people at tended. Prize,( i were given for the lady ill bent. fancy dros and( for tilhe gentleman who had tle best fancy dress ,lbut, in the latter case iuotten ance of character was taken into accoulnt. Mea.)rs IP're;sley , Ill).n 11 ,,ad J. Niklnus judllged t.he ladies' dtcl,;eae, and found it a very dillicult task,'as there were tno 11111y beautiful l'reneCl, but it hlast they were iiunanilious ill awarding lirst irize to Mris George Ben nett, who \vas wearing the cos tume of ai Spallnih I)ancer. The jud ges for the genthelmai's prize --1-mt(...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

IFor Olhilldren's hacking cough at night Woods' Great Poppermint Cureo, 1/6. CONSIGN YOUR RADBBIT, FOX, and other FURREDI) SKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, ETC., to Dalgety and Co,,Ltd. ALBURY. FULL MARIKET PRICES, PROMPT RETURNS. EXPERT ATTENTION TO ALL CONSIGNMENTS, LIDERAL ADVANCES IF REQUIR mD;·o COROWA SMOW. TUESDAY AND WEDNIBSDAY, AUGUST 18th and 19th, 1914, PRIZE MONEY, £500. SEntries c'lose Aughst 8th, No late entries will be received under any circumstances, Special Trains on Victorian and N,S.W. Railways, See Posters, If you have not already received our Prize List Schedule write at once to Box 23, Phone 15, Corowa, JOHN D. FRASER, Secretary, CEO. SMITH'S Special SEEDS. Giant Asters, Stocks, Pansies and all FlIower and Vegetable Seeds. My hardy cold climate FRUIT TN1'r;S, RIou I' lan'ti, Shrubls, etc., grow vigorously when transplanted to milder districitIL. 8MITH'S SEEDS and PLANTS are old ()N I1)Nol(I. Try 'rhem, Oash. orders delivered FREIGHT PAll) to any liailway Station. Catalog...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

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BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

BOROUGH COUNCIL, --4-+-- The fortnightly meeting was held on Monday night, The Mayor, Cr. Ceo, Maxwell, occupied the chair, and others present were-Ors, W, H. Edwards, A. H. Smith, 0, A, Tea gue, J. Tweed, W. J. Smith, J, H. Sandford, T, Prentice. CORRESPONDENCE, From J, D, Fraser, Secretary Cort. own Show, applying to have Wed, nesday, 19th Auiist, proclaimed a public holiday.-Cr, Smith moved, seconded by Or, Edwards, that the request be granted, provided Oorowa Counicl reciprocates for Wangaratta Show,--art'ied, From F. Stewart, in reply, stating that S. Novill has been instructed to effect repairs to drain at house owned by Mrs Cawsey in Temploton Street, He asked for an extension of time to have the work complot ed.-Referred to the Engineer, to see that the work is carried out before the hot weather comes on, From D. O'lrlen, in reply, re re pairs to house in Warby street. He will have repairs effected. It is his intention to pull it down shortly. -Inspector Jasper stated that r...

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