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St. Paul's Prosbyterian Church, Wangaratta. SUNDAY, JUNE 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 June 1914
St, Paul's I'roohytorlhw Church, Wangairatta, LHUN)AY, JNH, 'UIthi, W angaiiaittIL 1l .-- 1 , l". (. h lij liohl, tVaulgalrlt~t 7,.-ltor, IF, Chibitolin, M~ihlwll 2,',0,..-r, A, AlactNiaughthi,
ASSAULT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 June 1914
ASSAULT OASE, O, Franois, junr, v~, R, Eiveritt for having unlawfully assaulted him at Killawarra., Mr, P. McSwinuey (Messrs Aheorn and McBwinoy) appeared for the in formant and made applicatiobn to have the case withdrawn, As far as the partles .wore concerned the mat tor had been settled, They wore neighbours, The P.M. asked if the police .had Sany knowledge of the caseo, Sergeaont Beckwith said they had nothing further than the information contailed in the summons, The P,M, granted the application to have the case withdrawn.
ILLEGALLY ON LICENSED PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 June 1914
ILLLEGALLY· ON LIOIENSED PRE? MISES" Licensing Inspector Davidson v. John Ward, with having beeoon illoeg ally on the licensed promises of the Rlilway o Hotel, Wangaratta, on Sunday, 3rd May. Doeendant pleaded guilty. Inspector McoGilllouddy conducted the case. Accused was one of sov oral persons found on the premises of the Hotel on Sunday, 4th May, by Constable Bruice, He, hovever, I had left the district before the sulm mons could be served, On his re turn to the town the service was eolected. Constable Bruico, of Beonalla, gave ovidence that on the day in ques tion he was at the hotel, when de fondant asked him to have a drink, He refused to go with him, but lat or found him getting through a win dow; one of his feeoot being hold in a flower pot on the stand outside. Defendant said he had nothing to say. He was lined 20s, with 24s costs,.
SINGING OBSCENE "DITTY." [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 June 1914
SINGING OQlSOENE "DITT1'." Constablo Honnoessy v, I, J, Stev oenson (17) , L. Hamil (1), A, lRach ards (18) with having behaved in an offlensivo manner in Tlmpleton-st, on the night of 14th June. Sergeant Joeckwith conducted the , case for the police. The defendants pleaded not guilty, Sergeant ieckwlth stated that on Sundqy night, 14th Juno, Constableo Hoennesy andl Whitmore were doing duty in Templeton stroeet, when they hoard an obscene song being sung, One would sing part' of the song and the others joing in thD chorus, The constables approached'the boys and they commenced to disperse, but one,was taken to the policee station; he told all about the sintaging, There were seven of them altogether. Donald Steeoole, sworn, said that he was present on the occasion, The singing was started by Stevonson, others joined in. Constablo Helnnossy said the sing ing took place in front of one house, and there were live houses blose by. The singing could be heard a hun dred yards or more away,...
A COSTLY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 June 1914
A 008TLY FARE, Constable Whitmore v, C0. Winunel, with assaulting M. Maronoy at North YWangaratta on 6th Juno, Sergeant Beckwith conducted the ease for tlhe police. Defendant plead ed guilty, Sergeant Beckwith said that on 6th June there was a footbillmatch at North Wangaratta., Four men engaged M, Maroney to drive them out, and on arrival the driver asked for the faros, Three paid, but de ifondant refused and used oilensivo oxpressions and struck Maronoy, Constable Whitmore, who was pro sent .in the dressing room, .heard the disturbance and went out and warn ed Winnel, On returning to the room he looked through the window, and saw Winnel go up behind Mar onoy and strike him, Ho went out again' and spoke to Wiunol, who told him that he was in plain clothes and could not do anything, Ile pro ceeded against him on summiuons, M. Maroney gave evidence in ac cordanco with the above statement. Winnel was under the influence of drink, Winnel' said he was under the h fluenco of drink, but w...
YOUNG SOLDIER'S DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 June 1914
YOUNG SOll)1511', 1)l'1Y. l)avid Mlunwell, Adjutant 1lth Light -Iorle v, Win, I). Ilichcuti, with failing to attend a enlplllli;ory ptr ade, I)efendLntl t siaid he had eolet word to the olli'er whncl he left .the dis trict. lie hald no wish to etay away from the parde,. Tlh proscecultillg olticer wvn unlohe to asint the court with theo case, and the 'P.M. remarked adveroly on the action of ollicers coming into ,conrt wholly Unplreplared to conduct ,luch cases, The timet of the court could not be wasted in this way. Experloienced olllcers sloulid ho sent to tako charge of cases. After consideration tho oflcer ask ed that ho bohe allowed to withdraw tho case.o, Tho P.M. granted tho applicatioil,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 June 1914
Wmoods' fl~c~t I'epilcrmll t. CallRn, 1~or cougL'e aud colds, never Lails~ i/i THE FLAG STILL FLYI . THOMAS MITCHELL I)esiret to exlahin that notwith :talndlug hllh recent Atnilgumeut hia 1)irapery lusiness in Murphy and eid Streets will be conducted prac tically as herotofore, and his asnesign ilcut is in reality moroly a bulnesoc iarrangomont that does not affect hisN credit or his future trading, It is necessLary, however, to quick ly clart premises of stock now itn hal and, n for this reason Slccial Rleductions will be made in all do partments in order to elleot a spieedy cloarallce, We cordially Invito our oldl andl new customers to inspect; thec (Goods and Prices, and fool sure that if this e ddone our clients will lind \re are correct in Haying there Inro licnarkable Dlargains available, Reliable Goods at Reasonable Prices at MYlitcheololl's Wa gratta's LoadiUg' Lrapory ElnlporiaUl. 'THIS WAY-the old way of Coflee-malin lg! ('1lh' thlat ma t R. y not ie freshly g outol , ivll...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 June 1914
IN MEMORIAM. THOMSON,-.In loving memory of mlly dear IIHislianld, and our lov ilag Fathler, l'eter Stewart Thom pson, who died at "Park View," Wangaratta, June 27th, 1913, 'IThe o(( we lo(ved is now ( laid how, lii fond i true heart is atill, The hand that often helped u(( a lie low in death' cold ( 1 hill. Kinul waa his heart in lriendtahip Isollnd, '3tient in ll ai1, loved by all ltl'ol~llldp Hweet 1to mly Imemlory (lear( to lly hearlt, Oar love for hi mlelmory lIever Bhall Ipart, -ll;erted by hi alfectionat(4 Widow and Family, Jang aratta Chronicle, Publluhed on WEIDNEIBIAY & BATUII)AY MOHNINGB. ATUflI)AY, 27tlh JUNE, 1911,
FEDERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 27 June 1914
FEDERAL NOTEg. The Federal lParliament is jlowly driftjng to the elcctions. The Lab our Senate, having failed to induce the Governor-General to ignore the advice of his Ministry, now sees that the sooner it faces tile electors the better. Tihe enormous constituencies of, New South Wales, Queensland and Western Australia involve continu ous travelling and speaking for at least two months to enable SeBona tors to appear in the larger towns. It is a task big enough to tax the endurance of young men. Many of the Senators, in fact the best of them, are men whose powers of mind are greater than their physical strength. We do not mean the great talkers. In the words of Henry Beaton Merrlman "The Almighty has sent a great many talkers into this world and only a few men of action to make its history," "Said the engine from the East Those who work best talk the least," Kipling agrees with Merriman, and if we mistake not Thomas Carlisle hammered hard on the same anvil, The future historian of ...
MRS. C. H. RENDALL KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 1 July 1914
MRS. 0, H. RENDALL KILLED, ------ +·----- While riding in her husband's mo tor-car on Sturday afternoon, Mrs, Louisa RIondall, wife of Mr, O, HII, Rondall, principal of Halleybury Col logo, Brighton, was killed, -Ier death was ldue to a collision be tween Mr, Rondall's car and a car drivoen by Mr, Frederick Ornstein, manager of the Barneot Glass Rub ber Company. Mr. and Mrs Rendall were annual visitors to Wangaratta in their holidays, At about hallf-past 3 o'clock, Mr., and Mrs Rondall wore driving along Kooyong Road in ' a southerly, direction. As the intorsec tion of Balaclava road was approach ed the car was slowed down and the horn sounded. Not having caught sight of Mr, Ornstein's car, which was coming along Balaclava road in an easterly direction, Mr. Reondall commenced to cross the road. As lihe drew on to tlio crossing he noticed the other car, but it was then ap parent that a collision was inovit able. According to Mr Rendall, Mr. Ornastoin was approaching at the rate of 15...
SPRINGHURST (8.8) BEAT CHILTERN (4.9.) [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 1 July 1914
HP1INGHI U ltH'C (8,8) lil4A,'r 0I1111 TElI?N (,I.',). Springhu'rs4 footballcrts vihiteid Chlt rn on Satilrlday, illt aIttelr a good galme coredl a will, \witlh ~3 points to )u'ueI. t reat interest is being takenl in nrext Maturtday's lllll tt'li) JI 1l\F ','eII :;llil'illi? hui'H(, anti1 Mlohiuiiit uhir, itid int the opipouing Iteanis airle Ist l 2iid oi the list a ooit tl gielin ih uii ltieilittetd, llithlirglen 11.11 defeated Alliury 1.5, on the ground of the former on iaturday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 1 July 1914
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SCHOOL BOYS' MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 1 July 1914
S80HOOL BOYS' MATOH, The IEldorado State school lads journoyed to North Wangaratta to try conclusions with the North Wan garatta lads, Mr, F, Collins: kindly lent his coach and Mr, W, R. Angus put in a pair of horses, and drove the lads down, ,Thirteeoon players wore there to uphold the red aind white, but North Wangaratta could only mustor nine, Thie driver was oflored the position of central umpire,.but had the sonior match, to be played later, in view, so the game commonc eod with a North iplayor illlling the twocapaoitieos, For the first lquar tor thereo'was plenty of "go and gln goer," if not much football. The first intention was for the lads to play at the school for an hour or so and then come on to the senior match,'but their earnestness kept them going till sunsot., A slight diversloll occurred at half-time, and wats settled by some forcible argu mont, It is understood that the rod and whito ropresontatives upholdl the colours, but the North lads carried offil thb football...
PREFERENTIAL VOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 1 July 1914
PREFERENTIAL OTING., \Yhen Mr. Watt .et about cilagilig our syftI I tin ! lltg Ih)r tllhe tatve we hllowedl that preferential votingl! had beeii tried and rejected in Europe a[d wam discredited an(d (Ial gIrouas, A complialt ma1ljprityl in t1he Ifouse followed the Premier in hia passion for "progressive" legisla tion andt the preferential system Ib? canme law. We are indebted to Mr. J, P, Cummins, MA,, Corryong, for an example of one of the many ab sanditles of this system, He shows that assuming three candidates, A. 13, and C,,.and the first count in that order of precedence; the list preference electors of the candidate second on the poll (B13) are all dis franchised,, biecause they have not had a chance in the sqcond count to say whether they prefer A to C or C to A. They have said they pre fer B, but their second preferences are not counted, whereas the second preferences of O are counted, Mr. Cummins suggests an amendment of this defect, but the patching up of this hole in the ...
ELDORADO v. NORTH WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 1 July 1914
MELDOI1ADO v, NORTH WANGA RATTA, These teams zot on the North Wangaratta ground on 8aturdiy last and both wore I llly represented, IEl dorado included 'wo now men in their team--Roberts ad Dempsey, The game was rient ly throughout, and the North Wangaratta team are de serving of credit lor the way ..they stuck to tho play right to the final bell, The contrast of colours-the blue and white cross stripes and the red and white vertical stripes- was very noticeable and remarked on by the spectators. Eldorado lads were not out for percentage and kept the play as open as possible and played so as to improve their passing, hand ball and general system, Umpiro Hamilton had charge of the .game, The final scores were: ELDORADO ...,,..,,,,, 10,17 NORTH WANGARATTA 3,1
BEECHWORTH v. MOYHU. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 1 July 1914
BEIEOHWORTHI v. MOYHU. Spectators wore greatly disappoint ed with' this. game as it was unnoc essarily rough and the large crowd never for an instant manifested any enthusiasm, Harold Walker oflciat ed as central umpire. Moyhu scored a point a few seconds after the com mencement. Then Deechworth did all the scoring for some time to the ex tent of 15 poiats before Moyhu came along with their first goal to which Boeechworth responded with a goal, and the scores at quarter time were -Decohworth 3,3, Moyhu 1,1, The home teaminagain prevailed in the second quarter, and at half-time had 41 points as against Moyhu's 16. In the third quarter. Moyhu did all the 'attacking for some timd and ev entually scored a point. That was the end of their scoring for that quarter, whderas Boochworth put on 14· points, In the last quarter the visitors did bettor but never at any stage,(says 'The Register') had they a prospect of victory, and the final scores were BEECHWORTH .,,. ,. ... 9.9 MOiYHU ,;. ', ....
WANGARATTA (10.10) BEAT MILAWA (5.13.) [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 1 July 1914
WANGAnATTA (10,10) BIiAT MILAWA (5.18,) Good, cleaan and fast football was witneossod in this match by a fair at tendance at the Milawa oval on Sat urday last. WVangaratta showed much improvement upon their play on the previous .Saturday with Moy hu, The players as a whole worked as a team snould, racing for the open spaces, accurately gauging the kicking and passing neatly to each other, and capping good play with goals-certainly not as many as should have beeoon scored, but quite enough to show them out clear ahead of their opponents. Milawa, on the other hand, were comparative ly slower, and more uncertain in the air and on the ground than they have been previously this season. Notwithstanding this, however, the home team put in some very smart dashed at times. The feeding of their captain, Duke Gardner, and the place kicking of that good clean sport was worth going far to see, Chrlstison, an old rugby player, who was being tried in the Wanga ratta team, also delighted his sup po...