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THE DREDGING EVIL. DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

TtIE DREDGING EVIL, DENPUTATION T1( 'r1Ile MlNI;-I3''UI'1 The Mitnister of Mhljien (MIIr. J. 1,. ]Ilowll) ,wson to i enlliWdelay IyI rled by a delultation to take further action to iuevent. the dleitlni;etioii c~i'ain'l Iby ohil drieilig, T'e,' deplutation, nert, 91.tI.A., iiid ictempiinianiile by Meenra Is eleite and ( artiele, Mn?, ¢. A, Suid gann,'et awll ibeen, M ',,j,.('.,, e iii'eitetel the ()vent; Iive'r Anti 'ol htiit, i l A i.i' e hitiitl , ti ll, th (e C ,hla nbei' Agri'uiltiire, I lie Wiiteir WVor'k An'l :n)iaionijii aid thle A,N.,A. M{'. I tviwnr said tliat tin' lit'eetin tinfintei' of Miliene wan; the onlyl} Miin i,?itelr whio had~t Icllliliuiqte'l 'c·( tile law! ie: i uiii l ,)uml it, hut Iiiiel' wIre ;iiiiie 'The bitiude AI,iiteiiieint lloarid lied 0)t pi'ifioriel ne iit.:;ity faithifully. foui)iii it, illl i)tit;iilih' to fltllill Ltii eii litiluiii itiil,ie; ed iiiii mllkle( l li'ilit., 'Ihie A?nnoehla I hun irguil I inthI tih Il l -lhc 'l: tt .ltlllel l t II(, \YII...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

AUOTION4eERS' REPORTT Trho Albury Wool and Produce lro kers hlvd their uisual monthly sale of wool, sheepslalls, hides, tallow, filur, -tp.,, at Albury on Friday, Wool. oest xbrcd crutchings (in ales) G0d to 7'd; lower sorts 5td to Gad; Iner lno 4Id to 51d, In sacks, b?at xbred Id. to Gd; morino 4d to 41d; hallvy 3d to Std; dead wool id to 5id; heavy and rough 3td to 4ld, Sheopskins.--Tho market was very firm, and a rise of id to Id per It., can be quoted, Best xbrod, well grown, in dry condition, 8kd to 8lid; coarse do, 71d to i,/d; half-wools 7jd to' 8id; sholrt to Gad; damaged 51d to 7,d; beat merino, well-grown, *7id to 8id; heavy and rlbby, best, Ilgd to 8md; damaged, best, Gid to 7id; heavy anti ribby, short, Gd to 6id; short, damagedt,. 4d to lid, .Lamb slcins, best, I7d to mid; short and damaged 61d to 7jd, ideas,--All sound `hides realised ?jd to 7|d; ezceptional lots to id; damaged and cut,. Old to 7ld; call skins, sound, ld to l01d; damaged 7d to 7jd; dry hides to 9id; ho...

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NEW ZEALANDERS AT CAMBRIDGE. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

N1VW ZEAUANDII1S AT 0AKM BIIIIDE. LONDON, Th'rsd- y Night, Mfr. Broadhoad, of Now Zoaland, has obtained first class honours in the modern and medieova languages trlpes at OaIjll'ridge University. Miss Knngge, of Wollington, socured seconld class honours in the samo cx nmination,

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. , Following is a liLst of councillors for the vnrioull ihiros whoso term of oflice oxih'rcs iln August:- W\augaratta Borough,-- Ors, G, Maxweli, C, A. Toangue and A, H Smith, Oxloy. Shiro.-- rs, H, S, Milmo (Eastern Rliding), D, Wyllio (Con tral), J, Dinning (Western,) North Ovens Shiro,--0rs, H, J, K(lomm (Central), -, I, Way (Est court), J, Smith (Tarrawingoo), G, Hanclloy (Killawarra,) Booechworth,--Crs, V. Wooding (East Contral), H, Vandonberg (West Central), G, U, Wilson (North), and T, 0, Forguson (South,)" Chiltorn,--Crs, J, DBlaok (Chiterng, J, lrann (Indigo), Barnawartha not decided, Rutherglen Borough,--Crs, W, H, Allen, D, Hamnlton, and H, 5, Bush, Rutherglen Shire, --A. Prentice (Browa's Plains), A, McLaurin'(bii-o ,I1ut), J, Hiskins (Norong), ., C, M?eKnight (Wahgunyah,) Wodonga Shire,--Crs, J. Garrett (Wodonga), J, Pollard (onaegilla), and 5, 'T, Parker (Green Hill,) ,,canedandan h Bhiro,--Crs, H, Hod gson (Yackandandah), and E, Clut torbuck (Kiowa...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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RIFLE SHOOTING. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

PfILE SHIOO'ING. LONDON, Thursday Night, Thoso momnbors of' tho Australian rlflo team, who did 'not mako the Scottish trip, aro practising assldu ously on the Disloy rango for tho forthcomlng cliampl,~nshl matc?os, All of them are showing satisfactory form,

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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THE SUFFRAGETTES. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

TU?E BUIFRAGETTEM, LTONDON, Thursday ?ght, Melse Sylvia Pankhurnt, who wva ro-arrestod las;t Wodoednay on the occasion of tho doputation to tie Prime Mllnster, was roleaned to-day as she had "htungOr-strulCk since her roaPpeoaranc in prison.

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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Late Cable News LAWN TENEIS. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

LFIIOM IEUT'ERJ, ILAWN TFEN1,S, 1IN1)ON, 'l'hrsday Nihit(.. Tlao iondon lawn tclis tourini IlnteC?ws coIIlnItiIO at Qiiczi',i (,lll to-day, In thl fourth rounl of t, he Binglos, Q, ordon lowo delenrtd A. W. Dunlop (Vic.) 6--2, -ti, I-2, 6-3Y, In tho Donblcet A. ', ,Wlhlia' atol Norman Brookou heat I)unloit old Harding, 9--7, 6--1, ant thoy olhio onqulorod MIyors and Dlddlo 6---0(, B-I1,

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FLIGHT ACROSS THE ATLANTIC. NEW YORK, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

FLIGHT AOlOSS THJE ATILANTIO, NNW YORK, Thurahiy Night, Lioutenant Porto, a British air man, has arrangod t0 nake an at tempt to fly aoross the Atlantic shortly,

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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GREAT FIRE IN GLASGOW. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

GREAT lA I16 IN QlLA8gOW. LONDON, Thursday Night, A great tire has boon raging all (lay in Glasgow. The sceno of the conflagration is tile Kingston Dock. The fire, which originated accident ally, for hours doeled all attempts to subdue it but towards ovonlng the firmcn at last got it under con trol, On the south side of the dock, 360 yards of qi(ays have collapsed and 60 yards of wha?'fago on the east side have also gone. At the height oI the firo, 200 barrels of burning soal oil were preclpltated into' the (lock with the resnlt that four sech onners wore totally iloestroyed _whle ( steam-yacht was badly damaged. It is feared* that the fire has boon r•sponslblo for loss of life as three snilprs are missing, The damage is variously estlmatod at sums from £150,000 to £250,00.

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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THE WEATHER. FROSTY MORNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

THE WEATHER. FBOSTY MORNINGS, Tho thormomotor roadings recordod by Mr. '2, 0, Munts at tie Town Hall Obsorvation Station, have boon as follows:- Max, Min, Juno 12,-54,8 ' 29,9 Juno 13,--53.8 33.1 Juno 14.--58,3 36.0 Juno 15,--51,9 45.8 Juno 16.-52,0 40,0 June 17,--52,8 37,8 Juno 18,--57,9 2806 Juno 19,-- 3 31,2 On thirtoon out of thle last nino toen mornings frosts have bIoon ro corded, On Thursday morning frost and ico wetr rocordiod, From all parts of tho district hoavy frosts havo boon rcportod durlig tlio past week,

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DISTRICT NEWS. EVERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

DISTRICT NEWS, EVERTON. A mooting of the jolnt committees of the Upper a111( Lower lIvorton State schools was held on Saturday umight to receive the lalance shoot for the lmpiro Bay celebrations. The gross proceeds from the concort and dance were £13, and the oxpen ses were £3, leavlng a credit 'bal ance of J£10, It was (lecided to pay £3 1.is to Mr, 1, T, Loe's Tin Kan Band for proyiding the condbit iProgrammo and music for the dance, The balanc' was divided betwoon the two schools, Those present at the mooting woere --Messrs E. Rickards, V. antl A. Dilley, A, WVard,CO. Woods,, E, Mason, W,V Thomas and W. .1, Masoll, HOWLONG, A correspondent writes, A public mooting was hold here on Saturday with regard to the railway communi-, catign from Victoria to Howlong. The-following motion was passed uan onlmously; - "That this meeting of residents of the Border dlstrliJ?, aRd joining Howlong beg to tender their thanks to the Hon, John B3owser, Ml.L.A., Victorian Parliamont, also their deep...

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WATTS, TURNBULL & CO. WANGARATTA MARKET. Thursday, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

WATTS, TURNBULL & Co. WANG;AIIATTA MAIIKEI'T. Thursday, Juiie 18. Watts, Turnbull (an( Co. report having hclh their usual fortnightly lhoop alid cattle market on Th'Irso day last, when they had a g.,Jd yarding of all classes of stock. ,flrer was a good attendlance of buyers, and we sold all lots, Fat Oattle, Prices were about equal to late rates. Fat cows £6 Is to £7 16s; bullocks • £8 10s to £11 15s; voalors 30s to £3 lOs. Fat Sheop,--A very big yard ing of prime sheep, which met with good competition, Prices were about equal to late rates, We topped the market with a pen of 38 prime heavy xbred wethers, fattened by Mr, len jamin Dunkley, of East Wangaratta. Those sheep were very prime, and after spirited bidding were purchased by Messrs J, R, Nowey and G, F. Croiford, at 26s 5d per head; others a/e Mr. A. J. Dunkley 19s to 23s Cd, purchased by Mr. Newey; wetbers a/e Mr. J, Mieares made £1; ewes a/e Mr Dunkley 17s 5d; merino weth ers a/e Mr. C, Teagae 21s Id; pet shIeep Ia/...

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MILITARY v. HALF-HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

MIlITAnY V, HA'Lo'-O14lDAY, On Wednesday aftornoon a match' was playel- on the Wangaratta groundis between the IHalf-Holiday tean and Citloen and Soelor Oadots, A good contest Was oenjoyed, and a wit was secured by the Military by B goals 14 euhilnd to 4 goals 5 be hinnds. A,',A Seeley acted as urn i1ro with satisLaction, 'lho teams were:-I-Half-olliday--I , I)odd (cap/l), J; eild, B), Mclaughlin, J, Bartlett, J, Beardon, I, Knight, J, Cameron, J, Stewart, F, flail, I,, Pritchard, Rt, lield, L, Bell, (. Rfl dnel, P. Whitty, A, West, V, Seymour, (, Ecdwards, F, latten, Citizon and .Henior Cdotil--J. l)odd (capt), Ii, J)odd, W, J)ayncs, W. flynn, J, Moore, '1', Martin, C, K, B~aird, 0, fadas, F, WVoodberry, J, Murplhy, I, Atklnaon,. J, Young, Ih. Hart, 1. Wappet, Welsh, H4. Nott,. S, Olutter buck, B, A, 8adler,

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DOIG & VALLENDER WANGARATTA MARKET. Thursday, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

DOIG & VALI1,EINDIE \VANUAIAIrTA MAIIK ET. Thuiirstay, Julne 111, D)oig and Vallcelder report: A lair yarding of fat cattle, good all~l,llY of eitorcn 01( lion Ibu the al tnal he~ll 1lillg of Illt and tore acep, thle, ltttcnhulcc of bIuylrya for all clanasn; of 11tocl well uip t( thile aVcr?.ge. In thi fat l)na aii few head of prime hul lockal a11d Cown; thle halk eomlnprinin~g light. gircci hullockka and moder,r d,e conditlolndl cCwOi. Tlle (( hii ty of iat hllcej w'an? ot nof gool, yet vatlnen ?lihowcd n1o redliclionl, InlinllA were inl keentlull r ICqut Welltr;l i ale eagerly i;mlalped upI at lrolitlrhe ])ricCl;, itore wethetl hair'd to get; hreedi 11 eweln llkling llte Ihigh riltes. We sold :- Fat l~ittle.---(Cowa; l/c Al, tinilna 1;2 1911 (Cd; /c J. tlhnnctt 128 151; a/c J1. W. ('ontor 121 I~ll; a/c TI. Morolley 125; bullockl li/c J, Ilcniictt t.8 1H:, CII; vcillriI Il/C IJ. Mrnol~i ~tl 12; a/c Kay I Iron.lla tt; heifera; 48n. ,1 tore t?attle.- Vearlillga a/e II. litzge...

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

FOOTBALL. The team to reproeaut Wangaratta in their game a?t Moyhu to-dacy will lo':--lhomrenn (capt), lIaneuser,- Gle son, Moadw~vy, 1)odd (2), Jackson, 1-111, Conadroja, StubIis, Nicoll, Cam eron, Powley, O' rion, Vrltchard, lFahoy, Gill, Woodborry; omergoecies, Harris, Trinder, Ead, 'rho special train will 'leave Wangaratta at one o'clock sharp. A good game is be ing lookeld forward to, Mllawva 'vlslt lldorado, and(North Wangaratta travel to Beochworth to-day,

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

'or Children's hacking cough at night Woods' Groat Pel~pprmint Cure, 1/6. A COUGH MIXTURE RECIPE WORTH HAVING, luG MONEY-SAVER. Bya Qualified Chemist, if fourtccnpenqe were lying on the footlath v, hbt would you do--leave it there or l)ut it in your pocketI Every tinie you pay cighteenlcnce for ai bottle of family cough remedy you really pay fourtecnpcnce more tharn you now need to, 'T'h;at's a fact tlhousands of thrifty Ipeople are proving every day, Yott can prove it straight away by trying this IHcan's Es~vwrce recipe, Into a jug PIour four tablespoonfulk of sugar, two of vinegar, an(l a large brcakfastcuplfui of water, Stir till dissolved, pour into a big bottle, add( one bottle of lfean's Essence, and shake all together, This gives you a pint of the finest family cough remedy you can possibly suty, It means about eight eighteen. penny bottles for little more than the price of one, In otlter words, ai cightecnpenny bottle costs you less than foutrlence-a trenldndous alnd worth-w...

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BOORHAMAN BAZAAR RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

BOORHAMAN BAZAAR RACES, On \Vcdnce;thny oficrililioti in tjli~aui weanther the toc iiee(. ti 1)rgiiii:;ci to itlilplebn(elt til iiot, s of the lh(toe ]lhaiall S {l of thi, t'lholh ' lttioh , was hold in lr. '. ileiticsy' 0 pail tlok nIl ]Joor1111n1(11, 1I1( WaLS Well1 attondmuled. 'ljarrbna'ngements wcre miodo and the meeting crried oGtll by the, following:-l'resident and troeaurer, Cr, P. Naughtin, J.r. : joint hOn, secrtanries, Cr, T. 1Fog arty nld Mr J, Mlnogulo; comnmittee, Mossrs P. O'Brien, WY, Naughtin, J, and M. Seymour, P, Fogarty and M, O'Keoeoe. The whole of the officials wdrked hard to bring the mooting to a successful conclusion, the President and hoan, secretaries being especially eathusiitstic in their efforts to have all details in order, Or, Naughltn acted as judge, Mr, P, Fogarty as starter, and Messrs A, Benny and 'r, O'loeole as gatekeepors, The com mittoo nre indebted to Mr. Henn?ssy !oi' the use'of his .paddock. TIho track had, beon well prepared an~d was in ex...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

SPORTING NOTES, A eplhndid ituticatioin in Ane,';irla tilIt t(ind ractinc ag, ad one likely to give Iamch needelld tillip to cycling tlhrollgllhon t tile (.'ollnuoflwol tItth i ll(l the Ilotinion, hue beet ti;lgge'ttil b)y the l)unhilop llbher o ., who have ahIr'ealy ltone 0s II tclk lot the eport inl this country, it ic propelied that a team of six rhiltrt frout ench of tile six Commonwealth Staites awl New Zealand shall annually complete in Lsceratc h race o[ 11O mlilce otr over, the event to Ihe a tclinli' cltlao ptonship raeo, doclidod on polnte; tla tie' Australasian Iload Clhtnltpiot ship for the year in alditiot t.o a valuablo prize nuid trophy would go to the llrst man home, To eclecl the respective tennls It Ia tliggctled that a test race, with Itt own r;tep aratte prize list, ItO hteld ainnaitlaly in each State and in Now 'Iealiantd, tlchI event to heo a handicallt oi 100 lniliclt or over, and the riders recorldinig the six fastest tunes to Ieo solected to represent their ...

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CARNIVAL GOATS. TRAINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 June 1914

CARNIVAL GOATS. TIIA ININiG NOTIlI, Fresh additions to thle list of con Itetltors, for the Goat IRace to be run on Charity aarnlval Day 'are bolng mande rom time to tinm,.whtil9 iii some neighbour!ing towns "surprlisO Packets" are being prepared. 1o0) Sloan, owner of "'ihe llrush," has roceivod word tlmt a Willio · Goat popularly known as Mulwala Joe, il being carefully attennded to by his owners at Mulwala with a view to pulling oil the "Grand Prix" on Carnlval Day, A OorryoPg "hill climber" is also said to be undergo *lng preparation, and is creditod with having done some linoework on thle track, Locally, owners of .candl dates for the Lilndnuer Cup are very busy morning, noon and night ex orcising their "Ilums Sum," or ac custonllg them to the spidors, A dispute -has occurred over the white wether with a slit ear held by Jim Lunny, and'now claimed by Bob Sloan, Trainer Lunny declinos to hand over his "galloper," and alleges that Trainer Sloan has do signs on his because he is sho...

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

WHITFIELD, The Rev. J.T. Piercey has just finished   two very successful missions at Whitfield     and Myrrhee. Commencing services in the       Whitfield Hall on Sunday May 17th,   Rev. Mr. Piercey for ten nights preached the Gospel to large and attentive congregation Journeying to Myrrhee Rev. Mr. Piercey for ten nights preached to large and attentive     congregations. He delivers the message in a   clear, forceful and yet kindly manner, and this

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