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HOME RULE QUESTION. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

HOME RULE QUESTION, LONDON, Monday Night, Mr, Asquith was asked in the House of commons yesterday who thor he had had any discussions with Mr. John Redmond regarding the Home Rule Bill, but he declined to ausawpr.

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GREEKS TAKE REFUGE. ATHENS, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

GREEKS TAKE REFUGE, ATHINS, Monday Night, There are no ofewer than 45,000 Greek refugees at Mitylene, and the churches, schools, and factories are full, Thousands are sleeping in the gardens, streets, and boats,' Many are in hospital suffering from gun shot, knife, and bayonet wounds, All are absolutely destitute, being forced to flee from Turkey in Asia without any of their belongings.

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEMPERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

TEMPERATURE. The following thermomotor road ings were recorded at the Wangarat ta Observatlon Station by Mr. T. 0. Muntz: Min, Max, 8arurday ..,, 31 59 Sunday ,,,... 31 60 Monday.. ... 35 58 Tuesday ...... 32 58

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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LAWN TENNIS. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

LAWN TENNIS, LONDON, Minday Night. In the championship lawin tennis tournament, which began at Wim bledon yesterday, J. O. Parke de feated 0, P. Dixon, 11-9, 6-1, 6-3 in the first round. S. N,. Doust de feated Franklin, 6-1, 6-2, 6-2. A. W. Dunlop defeated Fox, 6-2, 6--2, 6-0. N. R, Brookes had a bye. In the second round N. E. Drookes heat L. F. Davin, 6-0, 6-0, 6-0. There was no boating Brookes' do fence, and his winning shots were unroturnable, Probable Visit of Harry Lauder. - The advance agent of this famous comedian visited Wangaratta on Monday. He thinks the prospect of a full house at 10s and 5s very good. In Albury they had a £450 house at those prices. News Agents' Association ,-The As sociation of Victorian News Agents, whose head quarters are in Mel bourne, has nominated Mr. W, J. Bliekerton, Wangaratta, as represen tative of the country news agents. We understand that Mr. Biekerton will accept the position, Indi Campaigni.-Mr. P. J. Moloney, Labour candidate for Indi, wi...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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A.W.N. League. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

AWN, League,-At a meeting of the committee held on Monday night arrangements were made in connec tion with the annual meeting, to be held on Wednesday, e1st July, The annual report and balance sheet were of a satisfactory nature, and were received for subpmission to the annual meeting for adoption. Appointment of Postmaster,-A few weeks back it was reported in these columns that Mr. W, E. Davis, post master, had received notice of trans fer to the Stock Exchange Office, Melbourne. Mr. 0, S. COlarke, of Brighton, has now been appointed as his successor, and he will arrive in due course, Mr,. Davis will not leave until IMr. ,Olarke arrives, St, John's Wort.-A Deputation.-. On Friday, the Mayor (Cr. Allen), Or. Jasper, and Mr. A. i,, Thomp son (town clerkic), Rutherglen, wait ed on the Minister for Agriculture, relative to the spread' of it, John's Wort, with a view of securing a sub sidy for its eradication. After hear ing the deputation the Minister stated that he had £500 available ...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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RUTHERGLEN VINEYARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

RUTHERGLEN VINEYARDS. The visit of the Minister for Agri oulture (Mr. Hutchinson) to Buthor glen. at the close of last week re opens the sad chapter of vineyards desolated by phylloxera, l Twenty years ago there were 27,000 acres under vines in Victoria. Of these 15,000 wero in the RIutherglon dis trict where now there are only 7000, The long years of experimental work put in by the pioneer growers, who evolved the full-bodied dry red now described by the London experts as a distinct new type of high quality peculiar to the Murray valley- all these year; of watchful and intelli gont ixpcrinciit iarc not lost. The technical knowledge gained has been hanlldud down rolll sire to son, and thl l{utherglcn vigncrons of to-day alithough confronted by a huge ex pIIniturc in new plantation, have aminongit m he thie acquired skill to blihl 11 new indmustry upon tihe ruins of the oltl, Mr. "de Castolla esti miate?; that, exclusive of land value, the coau of re-planting the resistant eitockcl w...

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

BAKERY. 1 DESIRE to inform the Public of Wangaratta and District that I have purchased the Bakery Busi ness of Messrs Callander and Forer, Wangaratta, and will be pleased to receive a continuance of the patron ago accorded the firm as well as a share of new custom.. The Bakery will be carried on practically as here tofore, and customers can rely on receiving fullest satisfaction. HENRY HOWELL. FRANK A. C. BISHOP, L.V.Sc. (Melb, Univ.) VETERINARY SURGEON. Private Address : GREEN STREET, Phone 154. CRITERION HOTEL, Murphy-st. Phone 130, Daily 10 a.m. to 12 a.m. NATIONAL TRUSTEES CO. 113 QUEEIN ST'rlE'l T, (Corner Little Collins Street) MELBIOUlRNE, -has MONEY TO LEND, LOWEST RATES. NO COMMISSION, HON, WALTER MADDEN, Chairman, MOTHERHOOD. "Motherhood, as the late • Dr. Talmage observed, "is the noblest aspiration of womanhoodr in its besoat sense." There is something lacking in the home into which io baby has over ncatered, Without the advent of "the little stranger" the happiness of h...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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EATEN BY LIONS. CHICAGO, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

EATEN fY LIONS. OHIOAGO, Monday Night, Diotrich, n lion tamor's assistant, connected with a travelling circus, was killed by lions here on Sunday night, At midnight ho ontored a cage on a ireight car, standing in the railway, yard, that contained six lions belonging to his flanceeoo, Adgie Castillo, a noted performer, Ono of the animials became excit ed, sprang at him, and knocked him down. The others then att'acked the prostrate man and partially devour ed 'him. The body of Dietrich was removed by means of a noose at tached to the end of a long pole.

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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LIVE EDUCATION. AN INCUBATOR IN SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

owl LIVE EDUCATION. SAN INCUIATOII IN S'IIOOL, An agricultural teaocher writes as regards practical . teaching in his school, One (of Ihe hoys in mily Phy sics class bIlrought a sixty-egg in cubator to school amnl let ,it run at few days without any eggs in it. The pupilts adjusted the thermomieter so that it was too hot, too cold, and then just right, that is at 103 dog, F. They watched the hydromeier and noted the amount of moisture in the machine. When everyone had satis fied his curiosity some of the boys brought eggs asid the incubation was conmmnenced, At the end of nine days the eggs were tested, and the sterile ones removed. Every ' day the eggs were turned and cooled, and the lamp filled and trimmed, One Wed nesday afternoon eight eggs were pecked open and by nine o'clock Thursday morning nine chicks were out, and by Friday noon there were thirty. lusty chickens getting ready for their first meal. Bright eyed lively little things inclined to be pugnacious they won the admir...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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Late Cable News LOW-NECKED SHIRTS. BERLIN, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

Late -able Hleu [FROM RI UTER.] LOW-NECKED SII.[RTS, BERLIN, Monday Night. Mon's decolloto shirts, which hive hoon introduced in Berlin as a com fortablo hot weather garment, have a very low neck with a wide flapping collar. The newspapers discourage the fashion for State occasions, but it is becoming popular,

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GAMES TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

GAMES 'T'OURNlAMENT. 'The Fire lirigade Ilall wivan crowd ed on Mollatdy evening, whe11 fotur tenall met1 in ciinnection with the above totvauviamet, The IHiberniain A, team won front the AN,A, aft IIr it good ,ol(tect by 15 gilneti ltoi ii, losing only on one tale iat rihbniige, inid one liat ,uichre, The Othdlcllow aind l?oreiiter aliso playied, and the latter teiam who had nol, so fur won it mcatch, and had oily scored 28 pioinits, defeatedl their oilioppoiets on every ltabile by 17 gaiies to 8, Th'e tddfellowii had al imost their slir'ongedt comlbination playing, anid thlie winnieri were nat irimlly much elated at an unexpected victory. The following ar0 the sCo, s:- IiltEiRNIAN A, v. ANA, Euchre,-J, Hilggins and M, Cowan (1H) beoat ?., Veoall and ., Kinox (A,NA,) 3-2; T, and W, Hart beat W, Glassenbury and T. Rollason, 3-2; J, Dodd and J, Molony lost to WV. Burgess and W. Humphrey, 2-3, Cribbage,-F, Hoysted and P. Mol ony boat J, Riust and 8, Webster, 5-a; H, Dodd and H, Hiaine...

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DISTRICT NEWS. BOORHAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

---4-- BOOR IAMAN. On Saturday night at Mrs (.t llinl's residence a 11 pairii of turkey nd tro phy valued lOs wrle dlrawn for in connelction will til!e Iloorli'anmn Stall. Tihe fimiior i w on by AMir, .1, ('Ihmniiitrliiin, and the latter by Miias ('laui;, y, iArbior Day \a'; ceiliibrated at the Stite School. on rilidy, 12th insl, 36 aslsortied khinit (o f ,tu'ecs \w re re cciv\d 'Iroi tho State iuri?Lri es and moal of the c'liiltlreii prenent planted a tree. Melmbers of the shrliool com mittee and pairecnts were prescint, aud with Mr, liankino, head teacher, dir ected and assisted the operations, Advantage was taken of tilhe occas ion to present to the school the pic ture of the opening of the lirst Com monwealth Parliament, the gift of mombors of the school committeoo, Mr, J, Pearco, 'chalirman of the com mittee, in a very appropriate speech made tile presentation, Miss Dor othy Ranklno thanked the commit tee ben bhalf of the children attend ing the school, Mr. Ranklino head teache...

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POSITIONS OF TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

POSITIONS OF TEAMS. Won,- Lost, Games SHibernians A, ,, 3 1 53 Hibernians B. .. 2 I 41 Oddfellows ., 2 .2 46 Druids . ,. I 2 40 AN, A. ... i 3 49 Foresters... ,,, 1 3 45 SAnswer to Correspoodent : - "Cheat" asks; "It I 'Renege' in play ing ltEuchre, what is the penalty?" "According to a leading authority you simply forfeit your declaration; or your opponent may claim his legitimato points on his declaration; this is the recognised rule."

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DISTRICT NEWS. COROWA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 June 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. COROWA, The marriage is to take place early in July of Mr. Norman Frew, of Albury, brother of Mr. Dud. Frew, of Corowa, to Miss May Clayton, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.   Chas.Clayton, of Albury road,   Mr, Win. J. Culver, who recently transferred the license of the lied lands Hotel to Mri. V. J, I loward, is at present residing at "Midarro," Corowa, whore he intends to take a short respite' from business prior to settling on his farm at Redlands, EDI. A game of football was played at Edi grounds on Saturday. between the local team and Whitileld. The game resulted in an einy win for the home team by 2,18 to one be hind, The losers entertalned the winning.18 ot dinner at Staff's hotel in the evening. Farmers owning owes that are now lambing are experiencing a lot of trouble with foxes, which make raids and kill the lambs, Mr. E. Evans, of Rodonmp, secured eight of these peosts one night recently by moans of poisoned baits, sparrows being u...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JUNE 25th. (Before Mr. J. W. W. Beaven, P.M.) FALSE TRADE MARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 June 1914

WANGA ?ATTA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JUNE 25th, (DfLor Mir, J, \, W, Dencvvli, P,M,) iFALSl'l TrAl)l MAtRKlIS, M. C. Leckoie, Inspector of Liquor, v. 8, Prisk, that on 27th. Malrch at Wangaratta, ho ldid aplply to Cognac a falso trade description to wit that of James HIIcncsy andl Co's Cognac produce to France ***, contrary to section 13 (a) o[ the Trade Marks Act 1890. The said defendant having on the slet May, 1913, at Wangarat ta Court beeoon convicted of likeo ofloences, A second chargo was that on 27th Marcl he did applly to Cog nac a false tradoe doscriptlon to wit that of J. and T, Mitchell and Go's Cognac contrary to section 13 (a) .of the Trade Marks Act 1890, Sergeant Beehwith stated that he had received a communication from the Crown LRaw Department roquest ing that an adjournment to 33rd July be asked for, The defendant had information that the adjourn mont was to bo applied for. The PM, said he did not approve of tbo course adopted to have tlhe case adjournod, He felt in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 June 1914

Guard Your Skin Agai?st its lnmi( s! \Vinter's chilly blalst,, ()hi Sol and dry winuds Iluy havoc with tho tcuhŽor skiu tissuo amd causo it; to crmck ad becomeo imnpoverished. lRundle's Toilet Cream acts is a ,oothing Ihlai and tho skin pores quicliy absorb it. It makes Itho skin as smooth and as soft as volvetl;, Itep your skin as clear as you andl your frioinds would like to soo it, 1s 10,, )post fi'eCo. A. B. Rundle, ChemiL . "anga , lPlonel 57, We wish, Sir, that we could talk to you ' PFACE TO PACE ilow, but as wO cannot, w want; to talk to you through rhis advoirtismnont, a,,d latoru , wo tr'ust, the faco to faco t'lk will follow. \W honulleotly boliove it wouldl bo munhtully aldvantltagoous for us to oa!lt hero ill our shop. \Wo zo anxious to do busillnes with you, anId, w baliov , that whoa i~' '0you know us mnd our goods, tllllt you will bo equadly in?xious to di o busalS s with 118, F~or tlhis reason: If you go carefully into the questioll 'o ,i'r ability to supply you wit...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS EVANS & LANGLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 June 1914

AUCT''ION EUR' KIEPORTS EVANS & LAN(LANDIJ MRarirys IVI aIH d I naill htlildi rIe port hol(ilg Ia ialc of the asuets ill thu ausigineud eutate of Hobert iag lihl, butcher, Cliiltrn, on lriday, 19lth inst. The sale was conducted on the )premiHes at (hliiltcrn, and thcre was a good attendance of buyer. Horses realised, gelding at £10; others at i£6; drauglit mare £13 ohny gelding £9: A large quantity of. sundries including a number of carts sold. at.fair value,. and we cleared' thd whole of the assets of fered, 'The land in the estate, con sisting .'qf Ohiltern township allot ments aid small paddocks in the vic ingty, met with fair competition, and vore sold'wilth the'excptiobn 'of one allotment, which. is now under ioler, The purchas.eBs'?ere Mr, P . Byrne, i3 ,.cres ' roipds 28 perches on Black Dog C'rcoeek £2'17d 6d per acre;,Mr. W; 'i."'Allof 14 "'icrres close to: Ohil tern at £8 10s per acre. Mrs Dag lish, township allotment in Green Lane, Ohilternl £42; 'Mrs Dagllsli, al...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 June 1914

MEILBOUilIB'Nfl UA'l'WLE MARK I iI' At tile MIolboutwno cjttlo sale on Wednesday 2440 were pennted, corn prised of 1660 bullooks and 630 cows, and incltlinllg 650 from tlhe North East, TIhore was a very full at tendance of both local and country trade, and last week's improved vail ues itr botlh"bullocks andt co\w?t werCe about mfla1ntaingi6 untitl teowearti tIlh and of tlihe day, whtcn price \venilcl td, and wore front a lhadie eas;ilr It 10s lowor, closing enle beIi?ig tlie weakcest. Quotations:--lh?;t , ii:; ti bullocks 0114 7e (d to G it; i I d; extra pens of hullol)ti to li t; odd ulllocki to 221 7; ;d; giu? pens of btUlohtke Ck12 iti; tI ' :L ti);; good light aiid ihandy weei'tiii CL to £12; sCecolltl aid iclferitIr f'eltm .S is 7 l; I tpl' ilme pi; c.(\vw;; CD i2¶e to £10 17?s ;(i; ,xti' di, dti, tit £1 10a od; l , awte i.t 'l l 1,, gtii ltene of cowc CX t I); ?eitolli do, tit), £G 10 to :7'2 1 is; liferiol cvo fWrotn £2 12s UId,

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 June 1914

AUCTIONEEBRS' REPORTS. AIAjURY MARKl(ErT, At this fortnightly sale of fidt and store btoOE at.the Municipal yarus on 'nuesuay, June 23, taere were goodl ynrdings, All good and prime quality soll well, 'rlmo but oc0s £?o and a.lo 10s; primo hoeavy bullocks £14 Is to ili l:s ti ; gootl 13 2to ad ±3s lid; othuld LII (s id; smatil and light .Li 10 to MLJ; bost ouns of cows a10 to Jll; goot £1. I0O to. £'9; others £5 to .li. Veal ors.--Bst?;? ~ to £5; good £3 to ,3 l1s; others from £'. Fat $hcep,. Prices showed an inprovemont. Best kbred ewes 4l. s to £1 s'; good £1 2s; Othci s?f 1':o l .1 xarcd wOth ers to' l2l;' oddl xhred w?us to £1 Is; heat morino wetlibrs £1 2s to £1 ds to £I' .4s 11d; good from J£1; others 17s to l9s; odd sheep to £1 7Is, Fat Javmbs.-Best £1 to £1 Os 9d; good fls to 18s, 6d; othors from 15s, Store Sheeop,-Crossbred weth ore, 4 and 6-th, £1 is Gd; xbred wotheors,' 2,and' 4th; to 18s;- xbred owes. 4, l,. and 8-th,, with over 100 per cont, lambs at foot to £1 7s; xbre...

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GAMES TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 June 1914

GAMEB TOURNAMENT. --------+ -- -- The fourth round was compleoted this weeook, loeaving tho Hibcrnlian 13, team inl tho lead, they.having on Thursday evoning defeated tho Druide by 14 games to 11. Tho firet half of the series of matches will be com pleted next week, when tho toams will meeot as follow; Hibernian A, v, Foresters. Druids v, Oddfellows, Hlbernian 13, v, A,N,A,

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