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The Man who Dodged Work. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914
The Man who Dodgfed Work. fly Clirllcs Phellls ('uslihlg, in thel "Argona L " It',s frightfolly liid to make soniomc p rlisoi ns 'nd(r(I'iiitail lil tt wlin oneii of to last lii i t (l (lihe middle (of J -lli.. nry Iho &lt;»iiii iii s (t In rich until hir 's plor ,giaini. \Vhel I'n poIril I clhaso workl, llre l i ·on any a-,'r t' hltk writing, fromn inter'iew:; to loiicyetlop iliaS bsut wheln 'lit rict I dodl, il. The hard?i I pulrsil, t ih, mto de(lirailely 1 hlave to lo nrte ltr on, Or I shiImii suny, ra thor, that is the wiay tliiings usd to 1)« in theo lays whll I wais iashleo 11(d of my soul and afraid to flinng, capital hack in tlhopublishor's tlethl. As you shlll seo. A montlh ago I looked st any lliok book iol with iltoinsel grlanilitationl dis covorod tlit theo lalani e hald roachied thlio inirioeoiiddonted highwilantr imark of 5i00 dollars. .lifhat was cnioghil to c?hlggo mlily wliolo iitLtituldo towirdil o~x istelnce. iFrom tliat timo fori'th until lily finds shal...
REASONS FOR ROTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914
REASONS FOR ROTATIONS. At tile basis of all genulno rotations lion the meot that plants differ from. one another ;they dlffor from one an. other In thIolr demnads upon the soIl, both clemical and plhyslcal; they dit. for withl regard to' their root system, deptlh o.f feeding, their molituro ru. qulremonts, their time or feedlnd, thir dates in roachlng maturity, etc. Many Iplants lmpoverlisl the soil; I! few enrlch It; some spoil Its physalca condltion, while others improve it in that regard, Many crops favor tiie growth of woods, whlle others eltllot arm able to hold tile weeds in ehcelt' or require such cultivation and treat. mont as will provent tlielr, growthl, All theao difforeucos it plants for different platcos In rotation, and a. .well. arrangod rotation Is one In which the strong polits of one crop follo\v so as to lit Into the weak points ol another, or vice versa, and in this way reduce doflcloncle to a minimum, A crop that requires a large amount e1 on0 element should be ...
SOME SALUTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914
'libii ?'fi.tla im I m lu ;:+u u : only So niio : ji iiiiiil i'd i'l irimi iii the Cielit the ((i1ii ji'flis if lhit ih Ni i, (h iioug thu At, it, t,?l ti i , I It ; .iii ity :jtr()l(('L i m uIiil , the1. ( ill , IAtoiti Ilhg S1itii, iii',,ud th: I tiat lla lee I('iI\i llll' ]¢ 111(1 nina 't' 'l? . olio o ,f g :lichn ig (luitc is I-O iii ,diit ntIs, ma ittai ,id,, otcri lom if. lllll(' ]I. \illllll~t O[ +;lutIti(u l'ci Ze.laltl, lllll Pelynusiii' A 1',, thgucso eeplorev! tliti?itc lits the cu? - tem s Ias i saw it used iiiioiig a tribe of Soutll Ajierican Iidians: "Whllullcv,'r a gues eintelrs.a ]utl:he is inmnediately hlonoied aind- inado wel come by being wcpt over, Without a vord being spiokei ho is led to tie ham mock, As soon is ho is seated, the hotehls andi her diughters, and (ily, of their girl friends vhii happen to lie ii th h]ouse at the time, conie anl sit about thu guest-, to?ct h him lightly with their. fiiigeis, a nlllf r'Oiililencu [ [hi, i ninaiy tears; diringr thii...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914
V"If7:'\ TE EIKJ AMO`l ,>.I 1 SI~I .t *i-?,LI: ANt-IAI..tLT J\i]Ai= I (/ JJ j/ t , A,?, .'Sa· a~~~ U(L(TY TO IN V]NT RB PATENT S Obtained In Caomiiouw?lth a&d ElUio whoro for Improved njetho1o of AppDU •ncee, Toolo, etC., of eLuy cnerlptlon. F-ull Inforintlioii, (Inoctf, e'e., eoot ou apcll'o.tloIi to A. 0. ;~AOli3M, WE AUSTdALIAN WIDOW 3' FUND UUIIh1) INUl?, Cornar Collins and William Slte, MELBOURNE, " Pleasing & S exhilarating. _ , ~ - . ... l- I I - It "Now that your boS?s havo gone away to school aonl your dLa ighltersi hove geL mnrrioil, I sipp)oso yO' fi?i itr rU?ou"l dismal around hloni', don't 'ou, Mr, Oadgorloy P" "Well it'swh o? t as badlll nv il t mfglli b bon 71c I hog~in carviolg at dinner now I alvays know thatt it will ho my turn t.o eat boh~re oeverything, is so coldr that, it isj tasteless." i"'i G :ISI lj ti QW:Ž.*,z lrif c ~~~i F· :: A)-1fS I.' ·ii~r · 'i' iii- i ( Lsa~r jU·
A NEW STORY Of great interest Will be Commenced Next Week. THE VIXEN Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co., Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XLVI. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914
A NEW STORY Of great interest Will be Commenced Next Week, THE ¥I?EN fS Oy L.WIN FITZHAMON. I eu1IblIhcd by Arrangenment with *, 3Ward, Look .: Co,, Molbourno. ' All Righta Reserved. ??' CIrCAPTER. XiT.I, TIhle Court had risen for lunclthon, n(nl every restaurant in the vlicilty ?)f the Law Courts was inconvonient.ly p?cke(l1; tliq busy clink of lunifo and lork, chitina and glass, offered a phlo. -sophie contrast to thi cqntinuous .nur. ?MI1r of suubdued'argumtnt, ntlTe gen.? mral topic of conversation was Miss Blurney's evlidence 'T'he honest way she had stood up to :bross'oxamnlaftlon was greatly com indited upon and admntiretl; yet a curl. inUS aud unreasonable oplnion prevail. ed that had John Colt. ldeen able to pDut his last question limself, Angela ,Would intv' anIsweoredi differently; this wa', the hot ly deat 'd topic: was teore f~ound at Ion for aq )ulslf?cion that Angola eookt the noekhce,? Tlht-!r' as\\'ii one (inlt (rorlat iii an ?llrtiap tO ('ii t'on atearl~ll \V rnro ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914
j WISI to thliaulzk the National In eiiaia C'H )(0 (oil]panty of" NLW 'lea lluiibair) for licli l)oonl~t iael Ihioeat of mny clajiji for loea? of J'our btarlo! of (.)a Ileetli'oyed by Iloi;hi liret' on 30Auth l)eeiuier. They forlwordlec mi ii hllulic for the ilnllo'alle e live ihl' l aft.,r the life occurred. P. KEARNEY FUNERAL NOTICE &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The friends of the late Mr, Alex &nbsp; ander M. Simpson, of "'Millbank" &nbsp; &nbsp; '" Ih~iohini,;narribh, uuie kindly inii'itel to follow hii reliniin to thelr laut ieutiiig ilace--Tli Milawa Cemetery. &nbsp; 'iii funeral will leave his hitc~ rc oulence, AMil~lak,l',' at 2.;A0 o'clock 'lhi~i flay (N- turlay, ~I~nlai'4ta Chronicle, l' lllehded on WNDIINhlt:I)A \' & tI~tATICIlAY N.A'I'IIIlIht.X V 1th , AN PA h\' , 1111.
DOCTOR FOUND ON LINE. GOULBURN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
DOUCTOII FOUND ON LINE. GOULBURN, Tuesday. Dr. T. S. Ilutchings, of Euroa, was found (lead on the railway line near' G(oullhurn this morning, the body being mutilaltetd. It i ti ppotedl that he vas a passellger onil the Mell)ouI'ne inmited lExpl'ess, and fell frolm the train. Siisatlonnal ll1t,--On Friday alter nlooln lalt \'lwhen returniniig rol Corowa to ''arrllalia, WIero they have. heen croplping on the slhare systeml, MIees.s eLrt (Griflin and F. McClI iarmk's teamt' l of horIie0 Ibolted. Mr. McCornmacl \vwa drivinlg a team of tell horsc?1 in It platform waggon and ihe only had , reill on tile lead ers. An employee (I), Elliott) got up in the waggon with Mr. IM'ii tor m1ack, leading his t 1,hree horsen which wvere ata ched to a dray, A motor car dashed by, sltartling the horses, and tlhey bolted. iri (Grillin, who was driving i team1 of live and ,a',iit soleo distance he?tad, see ing the bolting horsesL alpproachilng:, hanlded hi, reiettin to IReg. lec(or nimack who wait a1ccom...
THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
Wheat was easier to.day at 3i 5;d to 3 GUd. ()ata were irmi at 1s 9d to 1s 10d milling, in 8ld to In 9d feed. larley was quiet. at, 2 ( 2 ;d U?pe malt Ing, Maize firm at ,, to ,h 2d primll. ('hall in quiet at C3 is oaten, ,C lIOn 1 whe aten. Potatoes UL 21n Gd, (Cainrmeli; £2 10 1'inkcyct. Onions steady at £7 10s to £8 f.o.b,
Late State News STATE HOUSE OPENS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
I \A 1 IIOIUSE, OPEINN. MIIA I tIUIIN UN 'I'ulelday Night. Ilotli Ilollees of the Ntate IParlia (tou filet ttiH fternoon to retlunlc e Solleidel'ltiloll 'of Iirgent Italelaurellee is tent l~llep oll by' tile dlefeat of tile firut Watt 1Aliiatety ill 1)ecerlllwl,. 'Pie Itt Cldlllule (of flnclmliul wall large, ed. New A~ lini:;tertir and new m e1n1 Air. Q. 11. I'clmllrl'gIIt Imovedl the lidjoulllllut oIf tie lioIoie for tile ilIplurpotl of dlecuaillllg tile alrrest (If hiwl vld O'Neill at Oineo in Iniatake forl i]ipallrkll
WATERSIDE WORKERS STRIKE [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
WATERSIDE WORKERS STRIKE Tihe ytHdIIoy whfol lllioll'CI'll W ho have 110 inlpejttllulllly irklRl liway from the colntlol of tlheir leIidele;alii detllinetd to 1ork1 IvI.rl'tilell olilliwti ately 'efnhii to 1give collllitllhll1 iou to that they luhoulli colltlilleI ii work i;l tile1, present r i i~igo iirt 1:::;3 have 111 1)11i completed. The 3.()11111(' 1111)11;1 oil fore.] ing theile pOlili i, blot ulillely (ietll le il to work overt iime 11111 ilie 11111) Ill0 ll)llC give 11ll ;iuillllrl1 i 1I fIat halle filial:1 to jinduici t11010 to \Voik overtimle uuidrthe ii od ag ii 1luau. tI OIllj:I I FIIII tO llillll, illl f lit i ll'j~l Ill hel I ;u til' iee s llll til i thie t iie l lltl ol ItI llgcll illluillili unde the f))1'log t1ill ii 11 t ilt w tu i thliiCilllll i tilteth (illlillltlllei 1;nldllllllllil thfer to te Abitatin t~tu', Tey ill 'ple. lltt l ri. tole it) l1u1'~lluil~lyli ut l~catr tile, 11111inl; tade in Nydae I111111yI11'llly i 'idll,( lllii., 111 11i 111111uli 'ho oi til...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
TENNIS. A t.eanm from the Mlilawa district played Wangaratta on the local courts on atullrdy, the game re asulting in a win for \Waugaratta by 13 games. Scores:- D)rs, 1lMcIy and Joynt beat Spink and ,. lnee,hoae, 6--2, 6-3, 'IuHs;cll and lPinkcerton heat Vin cent and Wootdherry, 6-1, 6--5. S huphcrd anld Willcox lost t Mason Bros., 5-6, 6--5, 8-6. Joyt andtt Miss Pinkerton heat pmlnk and Miss MeAliece, 6-3, 6--4. McLay and iMr Conlners beat Wood berry o antd M iss . Kennedy, 6-0, 5---i, 1-- 1. 1 insscll tntd \is l Inavidon oheat Vincent and Misst Murdoch, 6-1, 6--2, Shepherd muld Mists IiGunther lost to (hardart and ,li's I. Kennedy, 6;--5i, 1---, -G;, P'ilnkerton and .lia Laidler beat A. lMason and liso Mnurdoch, 6-2, 5-.-6, (i.-2. Willcox and Miss Living lost to 'P. Mason and Mitt lrown, 6-2, 6-3. Misses Pinlkerton and l)avidson lost to Mit?;;es Knnedy, 6-5, -.1, AMisses Iaidlcr and living lost to .Misstes McAliece tand rowIn, 3--6, ,1-- .,
SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
YJD)NI,\ I,[ VF STOlCK MlA1K'ET., ;heelp Albout 3800 3 heIptl were pc~ r " lied oil ??nldad y, cu iilint;inii aill del'ti criptiont in hoth merino and xbred, The mitl ha t ollpened to free competik tLion at about, hTa t ''hll ':sda"l?y' raters, alld t('ullt llllled o throl')l houtlt witholut material alte?. tion, tlu tatiolm .:., ])hornll an llo Ilaort wo'ol.-\ ierl'io weth (, r l i (?t 1 0o ; (to . wc, 7M1 to 17N ; do, ,lhr ld i vethcrnt cl ";t in 22a (id; do. Vewole 1.fi to 21et Gd; ,woolly ter'ino wethecrts 1:1., to ui3 ; do. owved 12i ti 21n; woolly shred etLheri 13s d toto 238 (id; do, ewer, 12?t (;it to sl; bunhtot 7li to 188.ri (lattle,. 3;!00 we,'r, yarded, anlt the tgen(?erl overalfle quhlity was 4bitter thant oil 'n'hT ur?sday. 'T'here. \var; a it ood reprep;eltatioln of prime heavyweight' hallu ek?¢ anl. -tree l, with octcanitt il[ yardit of pruie l ow dimn- weight bul loeks, and odd yardo of prime heavy httlutck and eteerse. At; the eupply ,,an well viihitt tradt lretllu...
MOUNT OPHIR v. SPRINGHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
MOUNT OPIIIII v, SPRINGHURST, Mount Ophir players wore at home to Springhurst on Saturday, and placed a victory to their credit. Slpringhurst had first hand with the baut, and got ~3, of which A. 'Kerr got 13, including a sixer. G, Pearce (11) and 1). Cunneenr (10) were the other doublle ligure scorers. Sullivan was in line Iowling form, and got seveln wickets for 19 runs. Mount Ophir, at the' call of time, had lost seven wickets for 79. W. Sullivan (21), C. Ready (12), and W. IIepo (23) were tle double ilgure scorers; the latter in getting 23 played a good sound innings, at a stage of the game when it was most required. Springhurst tried live bowlers. Ellis, with two wicketý: for eight, and Plym 1 for 3, were the best. Springhurst score were:--Rosen green, b Sullivan, ;; A, E. Ellis, b Sullivan, 0; A. Kerr, c and h Ready, 13; E, Kerr, b Sullivan, 0; A. Ton hins, h Iteady, 2; J. Pearce, c Ready, 1) Sullivan, 11; A. Plum, c and bI Roady, 1; W. Plumi, b Sullivan, 8; I), Cunnecn, not o...
ST. JOHN'S WORT. OXLEY COUNCILLORS' OUTSPOKEN CRITICISM. INSPECTOR MUST ENFORCE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
ST, JOHN'S U WOR'',. OXIlY CUTIN( OILflf' (OT1' H ,P OUIK ,N ( ?1 '1 'l ( .? 8J M , IN]i 'ItJTOiT0 AllJi i' ENli'O!i(lE A(CTY', AtZt Ih monthly meetintg of coun cillort ,f the (ixlcy ihtire, hi ld on Mttrtlay, nione very plain tpealelnV wa nl ldultlget d IIi by ineverll coullcil lovlt in rtailird io the lenient method il whitch t Int ptlii Oi tt t l t (le lit liit tent the Nitoiouh Weedtl Act, spec ally lt tth partl detnlini g wilh hlt ertl - adicititt o t it . tie ttoh t'1 Wort. t he T''hitle nt ;l pi clor, ji r. J. 1) C?ttolll inall . enxleutl report ltat ed hIti ht h d i t ilntltd oi the t.ak iil outt l ofitt Itt n h ut wlto t hie tei(.jut on variiiit protpetlie's. Next m0onth hle wolhd ntteld to iwecl, briar grow ingi; on the lioglgly ('reek and King lIver. G(ood w'ork halt beaenl dOne ille tiveral diutniceti in te ilt wy of guet ir, tii i. .Miline conit lainedl that, the growtl h of tI t l. John;ll W(ort, wat\ t not, b?eint, retlarded lil ihe ilh?iwotuly ditii ri, l, but wl s p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
FLAhAGAN. NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES. Wangaratta Pig and )airy tlatt.le 8nlo, TIIUIlS.AY, 22nd 1 3ANUAttY, Moyhlln Monthly itock t? Halo at Scholelz's Yardt. Sale of 304 lanete ftriohlld hland at Greta WeVst, known no Abrahamn l incoln l unito il d'tL. SA'TIIIIDA) , 2 It.h JANIAIY, Sale of Mtlnphy 14tret r, olt ertitel, account Eiit oiate hlate W. C(lark. WEliNISDI)AY, 2stlh I ANIUAllY. "Myrtleford Fort lnightly Mlilct THUIIlSDAY, 2'.1t JANUAR Y. Wangaratta iAlietp and Cattle Mar.. kot, SATUIJIiAY, itst. JANUARY. Clearing Salo at Myrtlefold accotllitt Mrs1 W, H. h Edgar. Sale of 59a. Ic. 'lp, freehold lund, at Tarraingeo, by order of the mortgagee. Wangaratta Pig and Dairy Cattle Market, Salo of 142 acres frcehold atlnd at Whittleld, iccountn Mr. .I, UI Hall, SATURDAY, 7th i l1IIIUAtIY. Sale of 189 acroa 17 perchei tI couFt Land, by ordet of the Mortgagee. On Dates to lbe Fixed in Fel'bruatry. Sale of 663 acres freehold hland, pr' ishes Tarrawingee, Carraragar lmungoo and ...
CRICKET. WANGARATTA v. COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
CRICKET. WANGARATTA v, COUNTRY, On Saturday a team of cricketers from the Milawa and Oxley Clulh played Wanlllg?tlal?l. on the local grounds, The name resulted in it win for the town teaml. tlcores: Counltry Tealm,---l', Rloid l , Roy Kennedy 20, T. llourko 5, 0(. Ilrewer 0, V, lKnnelly 15, \W. Conioy 2, G, G(rose 2,, ItKennledy 0, W. 'Tholla 0, I t, Dalton 0.. Total, 48. lhi0ling.--('ouwsello 41 for 1.1, T'lip petit 1 for 47, Mleadway 1 for 23, Wa\ngnratta.--C, II, Meadway 28, (ould II, A. Gilbson 46, Tippott 8, ,ush 7, llhomas 0, (oswello 46, Eado 30, Ml rtin 4.-Total 180,
LOST SUBMARINE. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
ILONI()N, Mollday Night. 'l'ht Admiralty have ordered that the blhllailtrie Ai, wjhich i miIi inh with all lhallt, Itunt h( found, In omoio qluartert it inl foatrd fnii qillektnde in1 Whit]:ttld lHiay have twallowled thll vewel, Twelve Loriedto-houat; wert e??tnl:t to-day in 'tveeplilig Ithe tnr Ia I I with the h1elp of nillne diverit and Iorpeo linding hiaw\rett '[l' tillllre wile': t covered v in thl lit ltiLtmiir 'yetler daiy. The e?archl failed tgain to dty. Naval oeplrt't ar'e dipo'?:+ed to criticieo thie Adhnitiillty il re'gard to tho di:a;nter, They comiplain that thie tendert' ecovllpanyimtai the Ilhotill of tillnllllt'ill:; wa\\'i lot tted with \\irielw; and nil o wa\\(i l W nllthlo to t111. iion( help inmiiediatly, They (le+o collplatil of the ani ncle of lilfitn.g ,hil t tllilatti' to thotni( ii (le inl tho Fio?ch ild (ieirman naltvienl.