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WANGARATTA'S PRESENT LIGHTING CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

WANGARATTA'S PRESENT LIGHTING CONTRACT, At present the Council has a con tract with the Colonial Gas Co. for one year for lighting the streets at £5 per lamp for 48 of 60 c.p,, and £7 10s for 11 of 250 c,p,, total £322 10s. The Company submitted an offer for a ten years' contract at £3 10s for 48 of 60 cp., and £5 5s for 11 of 250 cp,, total £225 per annum. The company made: no pro vision for'reducing the price charg ed private consumers, the figures at present being 9s 2d for lighting and heating 6s Sd. The present lighting of the town, together with the qual ity of the gas is consldered better than ever before. The Provincial Electric Co. in April last submitted an offer for a seven or fourjteen .years! contract at 50 c.p, lamps £3 per annum, 100 e.p. £4 10s, 200 c.p, £7 and 250 c,p. £10. It also submitted a price for pump ing the Water at 2d per 1000 gal lons for a niximum to be mutually agreed upon, At present about 91 million gallons is pumped at a cost of about £520 per annum....

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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NUMURKAH VISITED. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

NUMURKAH VISITED, At ;3,30 o'clock on Sunday after noon the party left for Numurkab, 22 miles distant, and which was reached at 4.30. Each and every membpr of the delegation was agree nbly surprised with the solid and progressive appearance of this town, which has a population of about 1200. Its streets, somewhat narrow, were remarkable for their cleanli ness, , good drainage and rows of beautiful trees, which showed care ful attention, The street trees, all perfectly shaped, included peplpr, lowering gum, sugar gum, currajong, silky oak, and several other varie ties. The gums were exceptionally good, and Or, W, J. Smith, who ad vocated the planting of native trees in the streets of Wangaratta, was delighted with them, At 6 o'cloek, Cr. W. A, Campbell, the popular and live President of the Numurkah Shireo, met the dele gates at Mr. E, Eddy's Farmers' Arms Hotel, and entertained them it dinner. In a few happy sentences he welcomed the party. After a very daintly prepared dinner had b...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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ELECTRIC LIGHTING. COUNCILLORS VISIT SHEPPARTON AND NUMURKAH. NUMURKAH'S MUNICIPALLY-OWNED SCHEME SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

ELECTRIC LIGHTING. COUINCILLIORS VIIT SIlliPPAIl TON AND NUMUIItKAI. NIIMIIl1KAH'H MiUNICIPAI hXY OWN1aU) H("!lIM l CU(Nl?S1FIh, A:iter ieveral years of etarchiing inquiry and thorough diticulsion by (otti1cilikrks of ta propota1 to estab lish electric lighting in Wliangarat til, and on which they have been ln ithle to dccide owiing to the costly atld unsati?aictoiry natture of the propositiohs ?uthlitlted, the pros peettls for tsecuring this meiethod of lighting aind power now eemn to be more ptossible of accomlloiiishlnent. The Council lhas had before it repqrts rtpreltd iy tseverial well kno\wn eIx pierts, al;o twitlltes dralted by eloe trle colllpaniets fore lighting the town anlid ptlllpitng the water supply, and whilst therie were all very well in their wily, there was nothing so enlightening and convincing as the inspection of the ShePpparton and Nllluhurtalt scheunes made by the Couneilllors aid their oilicers on Sat urday iand Sunday last. On Saturdaty it 1.30 o'clock, in a...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Following is a list of councillors for the various shires whose term of ofllic expires in August: Wangaratta Borough.- Ors, G. Maxwell, C, A, Tongue and A, II Smith, Oxley Shire.,-Ors, H. ,S. Milne (Eastern Riding), D, Wyllio (Cen tral), J. Dinning (Western.) North Ovens Shiro,-Ors. H. J. Klomm (Central), H, 11R. Way (Eat court), J, Smith (Tarrawingeo), 0. Handley (Killawarra,) Professor , Peterson, the distin guished professor of music at Or 'mnond College, died on Sunday at the University aged 53, He had been in bad health for some months. The well-known horse Comealoig, the property of Mr. M. P. Cleary, of Nooramunga, met with ta mnasty accident on Friday last, in trying to clear a fence with harhed wire on top, he was caught across the front arm and torn badly. For Bronchial Coughs, Lake ,Woods' GrQat Peppermint Cure. 1/6.

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SPRINGHURST v. CHRISTMASTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

Slt1NGHURST v. OCHRIBTMAB TOWN. Christmastown visited Springhurst on Saturday with a strong deter mination to defeat the local lads, and when the scores stood at Christ mastown 1.5, Springhurst 4.6, it was noticed by some of the. 8pringhurst supporters that there seemed to be a Christmastown man wherever the ball happened to drop, and on the Springhurst captain toeing the Christmastown team on the carpet it was found that the team whas playing with 20 men, instead of the allotted 18, Uml)ire Johns at once comp)elled (Christmastown to start with a clean sheet, the final scores Icing: Springhurst, 7,13, Christmas town 1,2.

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THE MART. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

THE MART. J, Buckley, the Mart, reports hay, ing sold an extra large lot of poul try, truit, vegetables, furniture and sundries at the mart on Saturday last, Poultry,--Roosters to 7s Gd pair, fowls to 4s 9d pair; chickens co 2s Gd pair, Turkey gobblers 10a to 18s per pair; turkey hens to 7s Gd pair; ducks to 4s Gd pair, Fruit. -Apples 3s 3s the half case; large. lot of vegetables were also disposed of, A quantity of furniture and sun dries wore also sold at satisfactory prices,

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THE LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

THE LEAGUIS, South Melbourne, 70 points, beat University, 55, Richmond, 68 points, beat St, Kilda, 66. Essendon, 67 points, bheat.Geelong 41. Fitzroy, 83 points, beat Melbourne 6;3. Carlton, 52 points, beat Coiling wood, 45.

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS 'LANAGAN, NEWMAN, & 00. Flanagan, Newman and ?Co, report having held their usual dairy cattle and pig market at the yards yester day, as follows:-Dairy Cattle.- We had a good yarding, and sold every thing; the tendency was a good de mand for all clas~es; boaest cows sold for Mr, 0, French £7 3s Gd; others £6 5s; backward £14 to £5 10s. Bacon Pigs.-An exceptionally fine yarding of great quality,, a, keen demand throughout, and everything sold; top price for baconers in our yards was obtained for Mr. Jaa, Smith, Ohiltern Valley, his pigs making £4 4s; several other baconers in pens £3 10s to £4; lighter weights £3 4s to £3 7s Gd; backfatters a/c Mr. Molony £4 14s; a/c Mr. W. A, Symoe '£4 13s; draft of baconors from Mr. T. Rlourke, Ovens Bank, to, £4 Os Gd; porkers, .,selling very well, £2 G16s, Stores.-The ydrding . comprised a line lot of forward stores, and local and outside buyers made the sale very brisk; forward stores made 50s; others 38s Gd to 47; s...

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POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

POULTRY. (BY WYANDOTTE) Now is the tile to get busy mat inug up your pels for the coming breeding seaSoi, iand for show or utility bird; it is best to get them out early. 'Thibs is difficult for some as they have not an incubator nor have they the broody hens, and it is essential to go one better than nature if it is desired to lead the lists in either case-but in the case of show birds. it is very seldom an eight months bird has the same op. lportunities as a bird just on 12 months; so it is with the layers. It we get the chickens out in July and August, we have a good sale of the cockerels in November and December. We have the lighter breed of pul lets laying in January and Febru ary, and we can carry them on in their laying all through the winter when the price of eggs in Melbourne (and the freight averages lid dozen) reaches 2s the dozen, In the Thating up of your pens of pullets in the laying class, one cannot be too careful as the slight est deficiency in one bird wJll tend to...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

GOLF. --.-.4.. Thoe compotition for the Juno Medal was played on Saturday last, concurrently with the first round of the club championship, which consists of four rounds, each of 18 holes', stroke play. Dr. McLay put up the best championship round with 84, and Mr, G. Simcocks won the medal. Best scores were: G. Simcocks, 96-20-76. B. R. Knight, 90-13-77, Dr. McLay, 84-4-80. Rev. F. Ohisholm, 98-18-80. V. M. Thomas, 95-13-82, J. J. T6ague, 101-19-82. J. Boyd, 107-25-82, F. W, Willcox, 107-24-83, H. Oox, 94-10-84, W, 1, Davis, 102-17-85, H, D. Willis, 98-12-86. D. R, Nicoll, 112-26-86. W. B. Oonners, 91-4-87. 0, M. Conners, 92-5-87, H, F. Thuroau, 98-10-88, P. Smith, 114-26-58,

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BUTTER INDUSTRY. GRADING OF CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

BUTTER INDUSTRY. GRADING OF OREAM. Under the presidency of the Min ister nor Agriculture (Mr. Hiutcain son), a conference representative of butter factory proprietors and of the department on Wednesday con sidered what methods should be ad opted to improve the quality of Vic torian butter, The conference was called by the Minister at the request of the uo-operative Butter Factories Association and the Butter Factory Managers' Association, and met in the boardroom at the Lands depart ment. Dr. Cameron and other, offi cers of the department were present, The conference considered the gener al condition of the butter industry, particularly in the light of reports from London, which stated that Aus tralian butter arriving on that mar ket had of late showed a deteriora tion in quality, The meeting was held in private, and at its close Mr. Hutchinson said that there had been a full and friend ly discussion extending over three hours. The whole subject of the butter industry and the recent...

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CHARITY CARNIVAL. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle,") [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

OHARITY CARNIVAL, (To the Editor of "The Chronicle." Sir,-The Wood Day initiated by Messrs Brien Bros., is meeting with a very liberal response, and from advices to hand the success is well assured. Quite a number of farmers who reside some considerable dis tance from Wangaratta have asked me if the day (1st July) is confined solely to "wood," and.they intim ated their willingness to bring some saleable commodity in the form of potatoes, pumpkins, fowls, turkeys, chaff, straw, oats, wheat and gravel, My committee will be only too pleased to receive donations of the above descriptions,. and I shall be only too glad to auction same on the date fixed, 1st July, thus mak ing it a "farmers' charity day," Yours, etc., FRANK 0. VALLUNDER. President Wangaratta Charity Car nival.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

FLANAGAh, NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES. 6ATUIII)AY, 27,th JUNE, Sale of Propertiei, lnrlitt. Road, ac count Estate N. Morgan, Sale of "Clontait," lesidence and Grounds, oil Murdoch Road, Sale of Bluilding Block, ityley Street, account Mr. D)an Kanoe. Sale of Furniture and Etlecte, Ryloy Street; account Mr. Dan Kanoe. WEDNESDAY, let JULY, Myrtleotord Market, THURSDAY, 2nd JULY. Wangaratta Market, TUESDAY, 7th JULY, Wangaratta Pig and Dairy Cattle . Market. S THURSDAY, 9th JULY. Moylihu Monthly Market. FRIDAY, 10th JULY, Wangaratta Special Horse Sale, Towards end of July, Sale of 60 Picked Springers account S Mr. Chas, Woods, Pioneer, Ev orton. FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & 00. Auctioneers. Wangaratta and Denalla MONEY AVAILABLE FOR IN. VESTMENT' ON BROAD AUItI SECUIRITIES. £27,000 £27,000. W have the above sunm of £/27,000 now available for in vestment in sumn from £1000 up. wards, and for good securities we are prepared to accept 4i per cent. interest. In view of the high rates...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. (Wo are not responsible for the ,piniona expressed by our Corres >ondents.)

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FOOTBALL. MOYHU DEFEATS WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

FOOTBALL. MOYIIU I I)llFiA'r'T WVAN(GAIIAT''A. The Witangaratt fiotbaleri joturney ed to Moyhu by speccial train on atUttlmlty last, atd iwere ;ticopuiiti ed by ia large iltnumber oif i pportert;i, It wait the firt time this ieasonl that thele ttins stet ill Collltectioll with the (Ovens an1ld King Association, andt ait ding doulg (contest wila expelcted. 'l'he retllli of the giutno wat a vic tory for the home telam by G goal;; f Whlindl ; to 'I goahl; I behinds. Aloyhiu were wvithllott the aervices ofi J, l a'ter lnd It. WhitIy, bult thei Itlliin who replaceiiiicd Ithemll did not (li; tllppoi t their upit porter,. \W'atgatti ta tried two neiiw pliycrsi -Weiiy and I'ritch~lard. 't'he latter, who \va,+ i a hintng lilght in the Eldorado toa illti year, Ihai; not fOund iheart to "get into" the Vainc yet, in fact it wa;i hard to tell which ide lh ie tict playingv for, I). itrlihttcl wits altst aintoit froml the visiting tietn. Moy htu hau d evidentil ly i been trittiti ingti to ti nutto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

AlEI{,N AND M'SWINEY BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS, REID STREET, WANGARATTA. Mr. Ahern, Commissionor for Now South Wales. Trust and other Moneye to Lend. ,NOTOUTT & PURBRIOK, Barristers and Solioltors, REID STREET, WANGARATTA. Mir. T. F. Notoutt, a Commissioner for taking afildavits; Mr. F. O. Pur, brick. Trust and other Moneys to Lend at Lowest Rates. OIA8S. H. IJMMERS, A.R.V.I.A. AROHITEOT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta, JASPER HUSBAND, B.A., L.L.B., Barrister and Solicitor, REID STREET, WANGARATTA. H, A. MURDOOH, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR, REID STREET, WANGARATTA. Commissioner for.taking Affidavits. Moaneys to Lond at lowest rates. THOMAS GRAHAM, B.L., BARRISTER & SOLICITOR. The firm of Graham and Mirdoek having been dissolved, Mr. Graham will continue business in Chambers In Commercial Buildings, Reid Street. Moneys are awaiting investment at current rates. DANIEL J. CONNELL, Barristor and Solicitor, MURPHY STREET, WANGARATTA A Commissioner for taking Afilda ...

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BEECHWORTH v. NORTH WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

IIEECiIWORTH v, NORTH WANGA RATTA, Although it was regarded as most improbable that their team would be defeated by North Wangaratta' the committee of the 'Beechworth Football Club took no risks and put a good 18 into the field at Baarmu tha Park, Beechworth, on Saturday last to meet them. There was also a fair crowd present. The game had not long been in progress before it became apparent that the visitors were over-matched and the Beech ;worth teamin simply romped over them although the visitors gamely stuck to their task even'when it was a hopeless task. The final scores were: S lI1E1CHWORTH ......... 23,27 NORTH WANGARATTA 1.3

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ELDORADO DEFEATS MILAWA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

EIJKlA} l)0ADEFE';"I'ATS' MIL~AWYA. The 'Milawa foothallers journeyed to llIdorado Oil Saturday to play their uliu oeiation match with that teamt, 'T1he day waw an ideal one for the gamei, and the ('entelnial Park, with ita iurriu)tdhii , hills and green hi'lds looked a picture, The game proved a very even contest ania re sUlted in some qlillck and clever play on both Iides, lHough play was not iceabhle aul t(he winmpile gave a good (deall of freedllom, Both teams were out to win, aiil iturally the play eri took as Innell rope ill regard to roulgh play as the Umlpire would al low. Duke (1'ardher was in charge of the Milawa team, and his captain lg was a credit to him, his own play being clean and neat and his place kicking resulting in three goals of the six kicked was a feature of the game, and called forth applause from both sides. F. Collins captain ed the Eldorado boys, and Cabassi made a good lieutenant. The Eldor ado team, contrary to their usual procedure this season so far, ...

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Late State News FALL IN WHEAT. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

Late State Ihes IFALL IN \VIIlNAT. SMItLUOURNEI, 'Tuesday Night. A sonsational fall in the world's wheat quotations confronted the Mel (bourne grain trade this morning when brokers consulted their cabled re ports of yesterday's Liverpool deal intugs, Messages stated that Liver pool options had fallen 1d,for July delivery and lid for October deliv ery, This, it was realised, was the heaviest fall in options for a year, and the Melbourne wheat men who have been holding wheat in anticipa tion of a strbnger demand than has been apparent of late wore met by a position in which an increase in sales at ourrent rates was suddenly farther removed than over. Advices received to-day wvere that the mar ket was weak, owing to excellent harvest reports from America, new crops of Atlantic-American wheat being offered at cheaper rates, while cheaper offlers were also received from' India, A later message stated that Americans were pressing sales. In consequence of these cables Mel bourne wheat hold...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

IPor Ohron~ic Ohost Comiplainlts, .Woods' Qroat. Pepperinint Cure. 11.6, Come, fight the foe with sword and gun, With dreadnought, shell and shot; Come, drive the alien hordes away, Protect this lovely spot. But first be well and strong and bold, Let each his health assure, By driving ill-health right away With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Guard Your Skin Against its Eiuneuies! Winter's chilly blitsts, Old Sol and dry winds play havoc withthe teinder skin tissuo and cauise it to ciack and heiuiei hiilJpverished. Itundlle's T`ilet Cif'im acts i a Is ootlhinlg halin and the skin pores qlUickly absor i.t. It (Iiilkt!.< IhV;ih al mo:i il ut, h i tdll makes lie skin as suimooth and as soft as 'i vetl. Keep your iskin is clear ias you and your friends would like to seoe it. Is 1Ud, post free, A. B. Rundle, Cheilist. Waiigtaratta. Pl oi t, ii , i imlL I~LI kA S Itf I flllt4 THOMAS M' TC ii ELL Descires to explain ihat aotwith s taudiing his recent A:1s;innenit hile Drapery llus...

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