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DISTRICT NEWS. BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. - + - B3:ECHI'WOilITH. The treasurer of the llcechworth Shire at the councll meeting on Fri day reported an overdraft of £2008 3s 8d. The South Riding has a cre dit of £53 7s 'Jd,. The tender of T, A. Shoebridgo at £i 10s was accept ed for construction of culvert at Ev orton. BYAWATHA, Arbor Day was colobrated at the above school on Friday last. Ini the morning a programme of songs and recitations was' rendered by the children, which reflected much credit on their teacher, Miss I, C, Allen, and was much appreciated by par ents and visitors, Then (no trees being to hand) a number of plants, which the children had brought, were planted out in the school garden, Af torwards all sat down to a tempt ing repast provided by the ladies, and to which, needless to say; am ple justice was done, Iln the after noon ia programme of races and com petitions for young and old, arrang ed by the committee, was carried out, and was 'thoroughly enjoyed by all. The' children were treated w...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 June 1914

POLITICS. The short session before the general election for the State will open on Juno 24, It seems probable that the Premier, Mr, Watt, will pass on to the arena of Federal politics, for which his talents, natural and ac quired, peculiarly.lit him. When Fed eration was first talked about, the Federal Parliament was pictured' in the imagination. of the people as a loftier sphere, to which the larger national trust and higher ihonour would draw all the great spirits of Australia. The men who entered there would not only boe learned in State craft, they would also be "High and aloof, Safe from the wolf's black Jaw And the dull ass's hoof." Now the people have no illusions about the Federal Parliament, The most terrible indictment of its indis cretlons is "Hansard," and the con spicuous feature of its members-too many of them-is the unconscious humour of their presence theore at all, What will the people of Aus tralia do with them at the elections? So far as we can see they will re el...

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

TANGO DOOMED. LONDON, Monday Night. Official confirmation has been given to the announcement of the death of the tango, Mr. J. I. McNaughtin, president of the British Association of Dancing, Teachers' Conference, declared yes terday that the tango was unsuit able for regular ballroom dancers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

I'ror Clihrul c Clh?it Clomplalnti, Wood&' Gr'at Peppormiut Curoe.'1/, For 'Ihonhial Counghs, take Woods' ;reart ?oppormult Cure. 1/6. ood! I've go iy Voice agaih! l's juul wvouuirfolI lIrou cliii hs' tha;t loiug 1, 11( tlot li Iitikt s \ in D)O, t|-luhtltsu'iu'o Ol tl h i)liWttutc, I 1; wvill uIt Clii'ci il!lluleu,, bitt i? ?;vtr), iill(l if ctoglih gist',s way Iwefou?' its iutll ouicL. ,, Thu \Vc~itL/o, woi~iyiiig, tfigi iiil.ulg coughit cii 't po)silily hold its Sgru?)?m w!,o)o you tul? this woo I (rulf iiixtuio, ]tu ist is ( o d new. i ugled ciiiu iT t luls ltte(t it uso ito \V u rtirtututi for over-t 0 years, Is l auud ;Is, lPostage Lid etrua, A. El. Rundle, t'In ouist '\liu tI ! ~ . We wish, Sir, that we could hik to you FAClE TO FACE iilW, hu t i u'uCuiwt., wVo vant to talk to you tlil'ough tills ads , rtisolnont, and lhtor, wo truslt, tho faco to fieo talk will fillow \Vo hloncstly t?uliuso it would bo mutulnl ly dvnultagoous for us to moot holo in oe slhl)p. \Wo n1....

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EVANS & LANGLANDS MYRTLEFORD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

EVANS & LANBGLANDS MYRTL I,3Fn hPORD MARi?Tl, J?vans and Langlands report hoiti lng the above nmrkot at the yards on Wednesday, 1th linst, when they yarded a full sulplply of fat sheep and cattle, Owing to a number of the butchers not being in attendance prices were a little easier than our last market, We sold prime sheep a/c Mr, H. Walpole to 39es 7d; oth ers 19s to 21s; best lambs to 15s 6d, Fat Oattlo,--lBulloeks a/v Mr. W, Leo '£9 Ss; others £9 4s; young fresh condition steers to £5 10s; best cows to £6 10s; others 9Ou to £5 5s; poddies, small to 25s, WANOARATTA MARBKET, Thursday, June 18, 1?vnans and Langlands report hold ing the above market on Thurslay, 18th last," whoe they yarded a fll suPply of all classes of stock, iu cludng some oxceptiolnlly primo pens of fat sheep and cattle, there was a full attendance bf the trade, and with spirited comnpetitiou irtem graziers we made almost a complete clearance at prices in ttdvallce of the previous market. Sheep. We uold- ...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. MYRTLEFORD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

AIJOTIONEEIIS' RIEPO)RTS. .... . . ---is ... .. [Ti,ANI(AAN, NEWl?IAN & (1, I?hll itr iiii, N? Willil iiiII lii. r O rl,01 hiLLViiit held their ilai lfortililhtly iiiiL liret. il Il th i yiird , Myrt lefoid, Isp t, 'l"ltull; tllrtV, l \it : i f I tllt l I';',- l'? t " \ gcll [iiii ll;;iipjly i pi', iiiil h i i iL dCIll;Lli ClOI r'iiiiiiOlll L'iii til)ll LL I3, ., i 1kg .Ib ulh rt l li 0? iio 3ii;; e?ilic - ( 'LI Ii :: tO1: '. t 1 5 i; Id , 8 litL 0 1iC A v'e rI y f 'ltir llllpuly in w ithl qO Ility well lircalOllttiu thcl'r. (Vlii li be(LL nleal rlgh;i thi'? r ugh, pI LLrL ilii l fi t ! i ctl ll ly Lilliltg well' tol) lirLic wiLtt 271"L lor eives il/c llsMi, ThLII. llly llai _ai iu e of 11 ii co n I, iig n in t iit ig w et hL - CI's at 26s, iliLl M,\VII ut 'IJ''; tId; ewun,'t for Mi', J, \Vtiol<ide, 21,<; 2d, liiil' chaosed iiy lvi'ri II, I Mor'toii, IIlICih worit; hllntiti oil tll IC lli oitlrL 221 hd; other liilif; of ewe,; illiul wtILhrIl 18s lidi ti...

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GAMES TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

GAMES TOURNAMENT. 'l'he tliln round was conhluded this wvek, and tle hlliorniain 1). tenin (4I1), D)ruida (40) a1n1 Oddfel lovI( (3;8) are level with i.w, wints anid one diefIt t iatch; the A.N.A, (3?) alll I hiit'ernianl A. (;Is) hiv, eaClh 11eln tVwice (difenttle ; while the I o?rs l tl el' (28) have s(i ffafailed tio itsore,. The draw for next week its ; ftolliowV:-' A.N.A, v. libernia?tn A, Druidl v, ili'brnial l H, oIddftell ow v. 1' rti'eitct'at;. On 'I'uleiday nilghi thit' Hibell iiin A and I11, liyat>i llti., thi I l r tle ll heit I , i will for tlh l ltter by thr,-I, .I1?I, Al. Jordl, ni ani '1'. Naughtlin (11) hlIat 'i. Hliart and W. llat (\A), i 1.L .1. liell andii I, M IIurphy (II) l c;at Ih ,l. 1 ?mI l and J, A lo llny (A), I I, ,1 . Wvelkdi and (". lP'irrrl] (11) I ?! I D ", l loyt?, d and .1, lHlligin> (A), 1'., Hlig| i i : ndll 'I'. l)odd (11) beat M. Cowall nlld 11. liUlwit (A), 4 --1. I,, lhlrl, ainld It, Iodd (11) heat I'. Molony and H, Dodd (A), 3-2,

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THE DOOKIE TO SPRINGHURST CROSS COUNTRY LINE. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle." [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

TH13 DOOKIIs TO 8PRINGHUiS8T ROSS OOUNTRY LINE. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle." Sir,-The letter appearing in your issue of the 17th lnst, from Mr, rd. Jones, of Thoona, is one that must appeal to all fair minded people liv ing in those districts mentioned by him. At a meeting held in Peecholba in March last it was proposed to agitate for a short line from Wanga ratta to South Bundalong-a dis tance of about twenty miles. On serious consideration this proposal seems absurd, for itwould serve only a very few farmers between the places mentioned and it is very doubt ful if the proposal would even re cove consideration. by the railway authorities. It certainly would not In view of the opposition that land holders of Thoona, Bungeet, Lake Rowan and other districts, would show towards it, The producers, in the Goulburn Vallcy, Dookie, St.. James, and other leading centres in that direction, are in favour of ex tending the line (which is proposed, frolm Dookio to a point on the Ben alla-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

FLAIAAk, NEWMAN & Co SUMMARY OF SALES, TIJE8 ])AX', 23rd , IUNE, Wallgaratta Pig aMn Dairy Cattle Market, SATURDAY, 27th JUNE. Sale of Properties, l'artitt Road, ac count Estate E. Morgan, Sale of "Clontaft," Residence and Grounds, of! Mrurloch Rload, Sale of Building Block, Ryley Street, account Mr. Dan Kane. Sale of Furniture and Elfects, Ryley Street1 account Mr. Dan Kane, • WEDNESDAY, 1st JULY,• Myrtleford Market. , THURSDAY, 2nd.JULY, .Wangaratta Market, STUISBDAIY, 7th JULY. Wanlaratta Pig and Dairy Cattle Market; * THURSDAY, 9th JULY, Moyhiu Monthly Market, FRIDAY, 10th JULY, Wangaratta Special Horse Sale, Towards end of July, Sale of 60 Picked Springers account .Mr. Chas, Woods, Pioneer, Ev erton, ELANAGAN, NEWMAN & 0O Auctioneers, \Vangaratta and lBenalla MONEY AVAILABLE FOIl IN VES'rMENT ON BROAD AICItI SEC2URiTIES, £27,000 J£27,000. .VPi have the above aum of LXV£27,000 now available for in vestment in sums from £1000 up. wards,, and for good securities we...

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CHURCH SERVICES. Wangaratta Methodist Church. SUNDAY, JUNE 21st. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

CHURCH SFERVYCJIS, Wangaratta Motlodltl Clhuroli. SUNI)AY, JUNJ4 it,?t, WVanhgarattL 7,--leov, Woodful, Ihlt(riotao Il -?llev. WoudlIull, Eldut'ado 7,--Rlov, J, J, lirown, IvC1rton 3l--11ov, Woodiull, (1trQirLLagIUI ngLU 1ev. J,-- R. .Walkor, lluorhlltnllna Il.--Itov. J. J. lirown, !lorniaht, :l,--Itov, J, ,I, l1h'owll,

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NORTH-EASTERN DISTRICT RACING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

RACING A8oCLKO tION, A tiieetit'o~ ig ofth[ l iiib;c l\ij(? te ,{i t lhi ituce wau he'hl it th (lIi ouit'i! (~l ~']lbil,)t+', WHIr,(I'IL[ H, (111111 ?VP11111l'; ( ylil I'iIll '\'lviii, II I 1 11 it J ltluiuiii (1? COlllfllll Illll.tttliltH1), l'('lH''U(,dllltIV(! elIiui tcllt glioiit tle N uelirtw -?ut. mid thiut lti(hI IIHII Valley ii; ]t wtil t Mr (leo, iMlxuiell(( [lrcuiliict) III the (']clalir, ii \v lht ,rct; lla [H' u it'| \V?lt, 'Xh ( iinioiii (lit tlihcrghlii, ) I.\t, d t ihend (iltlhrui lh i), I1'\V,, llyn (l)nokle), If. iii'ly ?,htqrtli ntlin 1, ivera ( tte'J iiill (), t, 'l'uliit'y (WVo dolga), aolnd II, o ihtlli oulm (ottll(. w, retr) .'i,\ll i clrigy x'iu tr eeivei from Mr1'. I,,, ( 'lhiiiithli ('lt wi'hei l r), w Ih had a ile Hun Clnhld It''tyo tuar al|,s l~tiight l h-iwt ; f ort the atitniinis I'at on ul" th liwiurltig of the ATs mcI ?a .II no \er P'I ru a '/l; teil tmuld Con ilderal ,cerintim. ily I ieee provision woedlsmi101l tot Ilielith o ite tellot nti of tlttcln...

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St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Wangaratta. SUNDAY, JUNE 21st. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

St, Paul's ProshyterhniI Chluroh, Wannarato, MUN INY, AYJ NI'J 2;i1L, \Vangaiatta Ili.--ltov, 1', (lihiliolni. YnnugtaItttL 7,--llov, 1'. (Clhiitoliu, Mlhtrvu 2.30.--Mlr. A. IRhtcNltttjlhin,

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Wangaratta Baptist Church. SUNDAY, JUNE 21st. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

Wangaratta Daptiet (Iiuroh, f3UNI)AY, J1JNI~ 21st.i

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MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE AT RUTHERGLEN. RUTHERGLEN, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE AT RUTIIEROLEN, RU' IIIEflGIQ N, Friday Night, The Minister for Agriculture, Mr, Hutchinson, Mr. Cameron, Dtrector of Agriculture, Mr. A, R. V. Rich ardson, Mr,,,', do Castella, t'rcojr panwed by lion, A, 0, Bachue, ML, o,, and ieon, J, Dowser, M.L,A,, ar rived in ituthorgien on Thb'riay night, anl were received by :opre sontatlve vignerons, This norning the-party, accompanied by a large number of vlgnorons, visited the paddock of Mr. Alex, Prentice, where nine horses wore yoked to a iiough trenching the ground 22 in~hcs deep for the p1urp)ose of sub-solling, They then went to Wahgunyab 'in idotor cars. At the nursery, Mr. D)avid Smith, President of the Vine growers' Association, requested that the vineyarld for resistent stocks should be extoaded '20-acres. There wore applications in for..950,000 re listont stock, but only 30 S ri cent. could be got. it was necessary to •lant out more, and the Minister should push forward nursery work, The Minister said he w...

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STATE POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

STATE POLITICS, the0 resignation of the State Pro unicr and acceptance of thc position ly Sir Alexander Peacock will not involve any further change in the Ministry than the transfer of one honorary Minister-Mr. T. Living stone-to the Education Department, and the appointment, of an honorary Mlinister in his place. Mr. Living stone, as an old State School tea cher, should be at home in that De partment, and Mr. Argyle is men tioned as one to whom the position of honorary Minister will bt offered. One of the best recent appoint ments of the Watt Ministry was that of .Mr, Drysdale Brown to the port folio of Mines, He is the first Min ister, in a long list, who has had the honesty and the courage to ad minister the Sludge* Abatement clauses of the Mlincs Ac. in the way Parliament intended that they should be administered. He comes late in the day--so late that most of the damage that could be done is done and.irreparable,' But the blessing of clean water in the Ovens river is so g?reat ...

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ENGLISH CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

ENGLISH ORIOKI?T. Thea WVrwickshlre bowlers Frank IFoster and F. E. Field, were in great form against Gloucestershir, at Coventry. Field took 5 wickets for 26, and Foster I for 33,

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POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

POULTk:V. (BY VlYANIO'rTII) One woO Id thinIk that there wau nothing eine 1)ut, tliil;ee ill poultry by the wa~y it. ill l)(,ing tlifiourtled in hilt, the oh1(l alnge, conm:I ill very Ilnl(ly .... Whihl the gl|110t,1 ini giowilig t~h'e llog, ??;a~ l. meanling that. .ilile the hir1 fallcier i1 imllulirilg Ur 'oil:g to illiltirC the 0(1;te of vari 01(1 lmeltlllel the b~ird hoas iickeiieei I t) (h:tth, Theli oh~jrc, iH to iiml~lant oil the m ici (f the no(vice( tile l;yl iltoils 1;o that they11111 are relaily (( liC etl illd eir l oul r quiCkly e1( IeC , cf , 1l( ry other(i If ?holli e r hlnl ill op if it, llc(1C)rcly t gi daly ImPs esll it atheOr itl a(lilled (lmt ilt W'iotlg witi ylcah ((i(: e al thca'. it i~idmli (at tuat, I[ it, ill a1 folltoile (( l ( leWluye it 1'1(i ve rhecllc d (1(11ill tghiwhole yOrdllii(t tg it.c Thef; alfl(tcd. hhell athy) illI r cluitlioiic~d aga:in,. lIe l~ooks at thlC1n Imdt lieemlt to forg'et (hart inhll bar Ircke carc,y{ hh; fow\ls are allways; runningE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

AIIEJIN ANI) M'W.1INEY BARRIISTERS & SOLIOI'TORS. REID ST'rIEET, WANGARATTA. Mr. Aher, Oommlissionor for Now South Wales. Trust and other Moneys to Lend. NOTOUTT & PURURICK, Barristers and Solicitors, REID STREET, WANGARATTA. Mr. T. F, Notcutt, a Commissioner for taking aMdavits; Mr. F, OC. Iur· brick, Trust and other Moneys to Lend at Lowest Rates, OHAS. H, BUMMERS, A,RV.I,A. AROHITJfOT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta, JASPER IHUSUAND, BA., L.L.i., Barrister and Solicitor, REID 'STREET, WANGARATTA, H, A, MURDOCH, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR, REID STREET, WANGARATTA. Commissioner for taking Affidavit.. Moneys to Lend at lowest rates, I'HOMA8, GRAHAM, BL,, BARRISTER & SOLIOITOR. The firm of Graham and Mu-doch Aavlng boon dissolved, Mr. lraham will continue business in Chambers in Commircial Buildings, Reid Strent. Money, are awaiting investment at turrent rates. DANIEL J. CONNELL, Barrister and Solicitor. MURPHY STREET, WANGARATTA A Commissloner for taking Afil...

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CHARITY CARNIVAL. AUCTIONEERS AND PUBLICANS DONATE £50. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

CIIAITY CARlNIVAL, A 13'.''IiuN~i,'I, L ANJ) rI'JIlbICANS i}(ONA'IE, tA,5. A ie.ti ig le I l(C1H(Jrii iiitcrei;ted iii the ( aruuival heg geh?.rai)ee in aid i)f tile WagrakAt'?.(,~ a II Jital was he!ld at the (iluh Ihomum, Btul's Head IIotel, ii Wdcdc?;day evening. 'fhe. ''csidelt, Mr. I, (. Vahlender, co-. c(ultlcd tile chiir, (n1(1( ),there prcsent:. \vere--Ml?:rs? W, ( I l~aluhcld, WV, I)o€- : ker, Ii. Hinan, W.hoaj. Ihmt, G. Moore, S. J, Fecrguson, C. Fincmore, M. O'Keefle, J. H-incliley, A. Stewart, J, H. ,hason, E, bice, II. Manley, P. J. Murphy, 1", Lee, J. 1-I. Sandiord, J. Lunny, J. Bnckley, and H'. Hall, secretary, Negotiations are in progress to secure the presence of the Governor General, CORR'SBPONDENCE, From Mr, Robertson, Myrtleford, stating that as the Bright l)istrict Schools' Excursion has been fixed for Carnival day he had no dnoubt but that the business pilnces of Myr tleford would close that day,-- ie ceived. From Secietaries Ilcnalla Munici pal Band and Mechani...

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