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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

Grenat Record At tIhesce Grat iHo:ortd WINTEIl WINclf). SALE -i GOO S COO tritrto July 4 will o quickly Startn Juuly 41 CALLAN R FORER'S 01,EAT1? . .EC(O).LD) W NTE.'. SALE Is ow On, Saturday, July 25. Will Continue till 1 Owing to tho Extenlsivo Additions rntlorl'od nocosstary by our ovor-increasing 'Traldo, we llust groetly reduce our n 0lll00ns0 8Stock of Scasonablo Uotdla, The pricea heroulvl'r will soon haveo t l;hlt oflet Millinoery and Mantle Dopart. Single ?iat White Austrn\l ian ,lan- Boot Depar'tlment. kets, 12s 6. mllt, Single Bed Grey Australian Blankets Womei a Strong Leather Lace Boots l~s Gd.d. Ladies' Knitted Golierst, 2s 11id, 48s Three quarter size Heavy All Wool Childre?' Lether Boots, 3S Gd, 3/11 ld, Ws lid, Ilankets, us Gd, Children's IKnltto(d Caps, Bonnets to Double Bed size, heavy All Wool Women's Plin TroaldcioB Shoe , match, 58 lid, 7s lid. Blankets, 22s 6, Gds lid, Ladies' Warm Tweed coats, 12s Gd, Colourod Bulsh nRugs, Is 11id each, Women's Clace Kid Lace...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

BEECHWORTH, John Lowe and George Crawford Lowe, trading as Lowo and Bon, storekeepers, Ileeehworth, have Illed their schedule in iilolvency, lDobts, C43, 71u Id; aiseti, .2133 11s 7d; ds liciency 2289 15s Cd, CARI0OOl A meetilng of the ltllirdlo Creek State School ('tnn ittIce was held oi Saturday nit;h, ail it waen ar rariged to hold a daier oil 7th Ang list, in aid 0(1 thilie ichool, )utring the mioiitli if Jnlllle 72 points of rain fell at (' abi)our. GAl AFRAGAllIIM U N G(EEI 'Tie. monhllty meeo(ting) of the Hehool t'onunithet wail Ihel onl 'I'nea~t day night, i t'r. I. Iv. ihhi, chair Hllll, jit'ciideid, ntii otlli; presentl wlrl -l s Hit'; , lloyd, \\. Swan, J .P. W. 11 0igll ry '(rles, ullei t), All it.olititit were latsed fto' liaynelIt, 'l'hi iimpliroviiv tliii to lUli' tecit er'ii re;idileice lihavi Liit 'iiili ted to lhe ; tla isfictiiiin oif the t oinil itil eti, teveral mtitttiro iriiiig oitt of tim correilliuiitil'itri W ie si>culed tind 'The cl'l; ate l(kiing well ...

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TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

'Thle followingll teildler'l were aiccept. l1l?iTCOUIJI'T 1I1)1NG. Contract No, 20.--(Clearing between Utiill'ui and lDelianey', North Iloorhainan. J, . TI'.ierney, C22, 'TAlIhAWINGEli RIDING, Conltract No. 28,----(ravellling ''eeo gralph Ioad, bietween Tarrawingeo anid Eldorado. Ifeld iovi,. KIL,I4AWAItIIA RIDING. Cojltract No. 2U.--Gravelling road leadihig to ItiaecuL Ie, \VWanga ratta. W . C, Everett, .t£3J l9 , {O'1EI I Nl? lI~NEfB,. II reply to ('r. liltfey the E?lgineer ajid lie had a emall pieCe of forma tiin neat ill eit er'ii iiiade Co uS to coiiI'eCt the tw~o fIrlllittionii. AB the roidl iiilarliio wai in the vicinity he had the /iork carried i jo't; it only co't 4:7 .e-.sj7 i illey iiaid the '·work w'ii not urgeillltly ri',qlireil; 0otne gravelltiig and a mile of fiirnnation teiar luckic'i; were iiore urgently nceded. The Eigiieer ihmild con fci' with the reprecetntlativeyr for the lidinga before carryi ig tig it ally wiilkn. lie mioved to that edcect. 'The Prciijen t cai...

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HIBERNIAN A. v. FORESTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

IIDEIINIAN A, v. FORESTEIIR, Euchre.--J, Woodberry and W. Par ker (F) boat J, Higgins and H, Doddl (H), 4--1; J, Jovons and A, Dell lost to D, Hart and J, Molony, 1-4; E, Lee and G, Kirikham boat T. Hart and M, Cowan, 4--1; D. Meadows and B. Dell boat J, Dodd and H. Hainos, 4-1, CrilJlago.-J, Miurphy and O, Thomas lost to P, Molony and F, Hoysted, 2-3, Totals:--Forostors, 15 games; Hlb crnliuls , 10 gamcs

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WHITFIELD v. EDI. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

\ .WIHJITFI.LD vI YEDI. An interesting event took nlace on Saturday afternoon last on the Whitlelold recreation ground, when the return match was played with Edi. Sincethe previous match, wlien they i wore so easily beaten by. Edl, tho.local team had boon'considerably strengthened by tile addition of sov eral new players, and the home team looked forward to turning the tables on their opponents, The day being all that could be desired for an out ing, the .supporters of both clulbs turned out in large numbers, It was apparent from the very istart that both teams were out for a win aus the winners were to be troeaited to a supper at tlhe losers expensbe, "Ooro" .tublibs actbd as umpire. From tlheo bounce of the .ball, Whlitfleld, aided by a strong breeze, had the best of the first quarter, At this period, Edi team being greatly dissatisfied with tile umpire's decisions, refuseod to go on with the game unless im provement was shown, Play was tholi resumed.. The scores at half time show...

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ODDFELLOWS v. DRUIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

ODDFELLOW8 v, DRUIDS, Cribbagoe.-J. Moran and A, H,. Smith (U) beat L, Vincent and U. Viuccnt (D), 4-1. 1,uchre.-J. McCormlck and J, Jas p)r (0) boat H, OClark and W. Dowl ing (D), 5-0; H. Harman and W. Dimith lost to T. Courtney and F. MIcGee, 2-3; G, . Harman and G, Moore lost to H, Bauvorin and R, Vincent, 2-3; W, Edwards and W. 'ippelitt lost to J, Sims and H. Hill 0-5, Totals:-Oddfellows 13 games; D)ruids, 12 games.

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FOOTBALL. OVENS & KING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

FOOTBALL. t)VIENH? , I1N( AS ,()tilA'it)N. :% metcingl of dhleynte:; of chlhs {'om plri:ing{ th~i} A:?:u,,lation wva}; h hld o}n H tturday at thei, llll':?,lhead 110 tel, \W'iiiiLratti. 'I'lle I'r'sidl t , Rilr. 1I. I' iiiiiiii, iit'i'ui l1d the chairi . Mr. (l, {!1'os; 8 (Secre" ry; \wa:; ahso pre sent Ititi'p 11itI.r '1hin ; ;I lentig ua e ill thelit t I rad to o ntif'llitt' I himatch t i'oli cunittiro If t(l r va do qutliiey rnd r two Haflurday.';' and II. I;ans (Ma}y bul) \\'as dhtit.lihfheh for {oIe nmat\h for alluII{I ve hehaviur(? ' ow\ardsh lilte Ullnlire. 'the dqelegate:? wvre reqluet'? od to notify ilayers that t~hey must no}t Ibehav{e insultingly tow\;ards t~he umplliro if they dIt 8o thoy renler themselves lialle to the penalty of di(t(ualllhcattotn Permits weroe granitetod to soveral playera, It was agreeo that Moyha he grantod two plrmlts for men whoso names are to bo in theo hands of the socrotary before Thursday evenlng, lThe action of the Proesident In granting perm...

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DISTRICT NEWS. EVERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. EVERTON. Meesrs M. CJonnl~lol, A. G. Bennett, J-. Hcnnett, WV. T. Tlhompson and W, Hi, Manol, mo mbern of the Stchool 0:o1nnittee, recently met at the llihooil, IJpper iEveiton, and graded the groulldll They took a few bot tc(uI 11( [;CIlYeverli driy itllllll1; out, thenm Mr. J, lJenet(, phoughed up the g'round witih ;a oJ(ne-way disc, Mir. (llanors fpt hi1 eCOul, into ac t~ion and filled up the deprressions,u while IMr. lMhllun did golid wor.k withi hi11 hors1 anld (Ilay. iyevrail loradl of gIravel we(r'( atlco (ate)l'ld alld |lp)'efd, and t( he grounldt lnOW loo)k well, [Mine tre'Cl have bccni lplantcd by till tea cher (Mr. Youldenl and the schol il'lt, EUROA, The adjourned meeting, of Ghare hloldlcr in thie ilurola butter factory was held on Friday. 1i ixty lhare holdyr were l'eieilllt, The1 lproplOl, ( schemel( of reco.(nstfrutl((i(o asl drafted by Me);,r; (Cl]velaul|( mull )H)It atc coultan,% of M(:lbourn(0 was dlis 'u?sedl at. le ,th. Mr, if. Wilson IIOVCI Itn M...

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POSITIONS OF TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

POSITIONS OF TEAMS, Won, Lost, Games liibcrnians B, .,, 3 2 64 llibernians A. ,,, 3 2 63 Oddcfellows ,,, 3 2 58 A.N.A .. ,... 2 3 65 2Druids ..... 3 65 Foresters... ... 2 3 55.

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CONCERT AT HANSONVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

CONCERT AT HANSONYILLE, --4----^ (From a Correspondent.) Now and then we have an enatoer rlumnont of some kind in the local hlall, but that on Friday, 3rd inst,, eollpsed all others, This entertain monet took the form of a concert, and without doubt, it cani be reckon ed one of the best that has beeoon hold for a very long time, The committee of the Church of England at (Gretac decided to raise funds in aid of the building fund as the Church is badly In need of repair. A concert , com mittee was appointed, Cr, J, Din nling as Qhalrman, and Mr; H, Tan ner as hen. sccrptary, were the prin cipal movers in the .matter, . For some time the committee has been looking about for performors, and succeeded in getting a number of talented pIersons to .give their valu able services on this occasion, As the aauso .was.a very, deserving 'one tickets wore sold to all creeds, and classes, The members of the conm mitteo' are qulte satisfied with the resultof trtheirA.exertions. A band of wiiling. wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

SGuard Yo'lr Slkin Agiiint, it, lijviniiiv \\iniir' ,hilly h 'LLu,, )lI ?HlYll u l windsl: pht?y hav\'ot' wii!, the' I?,¢tend ,'l~il iI,!,?u?I 1111, ( (,;1?,?, itjL, t? ? ;';'I aI h av, n i mpm',l .dle' Toilet rundo, skin c s U ui kl y a iu i it, I11i A. B. Ruhnd~le, Phn 7 ll% edifctllt, On all Goods Purchased during this 3-. - EV R tj ' ( /4 v>F /hink ¾ hat t to You. B IPraPtft/1/JSPL/1/L aa~,3:rt.itkt'lLtLtlt 1/1./11/1/1/ 71./ $4/1/111/1?1\f 11//1 v -cpi j jiw iji- ui-;-?.,? .f~qj,?%j~;t ~c'~ij -z -.~(J C -. ... , # You canaot aford hto miss meas tMoney-Saving Op portunity at- P i [jRd.. A Baridin Event, uniquu in thu History of Austrcuian 5hopiplinll, embodyinfL ds it cioeb Every Io,;sibld requiremzent in Personal Apparel, for All Ages of both Sexes (complete Gu'nte, ns or the Materials for mlking tlihemi). Every lt'1?1 of tquipment for the Home also -- iurnittre, Carpets, Linoleums, (Cnrhi n,;s, Atd and Table Linen, Quills, Ill(tnkt.ib, Sh(.ting, etc., etc. hIn ILh Iiu l ioit...

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EVERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

EVERTON. 'The frlonds of Mr, Kitto, formor ly station mastor at Ivorton, met on Saturday night to deiooldo on the most sauitibleo presont to bo forward oed to him on bohalf of tho rosidonts, Tho sum of £10 was collectod, and Messrs Scott, Dlloy and Johnson were appointed to choose a prosont.

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AMENDING BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

AMIENI)1N( 111,1,. Tho doebate on thie A\umending Ilonme Rulo Bill was concluded to-day ill tho House o[ lords,, 'ITho secodtl retading was adloptedtl by 273 votea to 10. Thie namehndtent, t whichI tlhe Union ists intend mIoviug duringhe he'third reading debate on the Amcidening 1ill, were itlmade known to-tdany.

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Late Cable News HOME RULE CRISIS. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

Lte it ble be J [FROM REUTER.] ,-,-----4 ....... 1-101\lE ]tlibD 0111S18, IONDON, lMoudlay Night, Mr. John lctIdiondl, leader oi the Irish Natiounalist Party, hani rccei\'ved . copy of a reIsolutioIn lIlSsed by the New York (connittee of the United Irish leag'ue of Amerien in connection with the N tionalist t Vo luteere. ', he 'elolution dcelu'es tit. the I?eugue ii determined to 'un t1he Nationalist V\olf inters us othe rwisl tl He ad sltory of t(;lttun't \'uit Vhllntc would be repeatedl The rcolulion further insists on Mrl. tIedmond eith er forcing the litriti;h tloverlmllllent. t) witltraw the l'rochlil tioll plerohlilit ing the impllortation o)f anrU'II into Ireland o " else reliiuiishiig control of the Nationalist fore.,

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MOTORING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

MBIl'a)'rsIH~ I?,? |? TI.,'P?t~ , MIlllray Alnger, the crtu l t llHlJll Australialn lmotLorict, who a few lmonth ll ack cr ted a ro:caltr, alc r1c0old by driving from Mrlhourno to Adolaide, 573 milei in It hlminl bhl mlinl?, 413fi?(',, hail ju't. ,.?tabliohdu another very lia! rlflofllnll1 .l ()11 thIs occasion, Aanllger, elric('l?td ail American ilul|de cal, alnd a Lacd?u the Adelaidu-flroken 1tf11 encurld, which lotdod at, l hor; llaia., in the 1r l(n of d, A, Ilheacy h?1 ihne ce Iclleded in llrldnl l til l ihe licllori Iby I hours 'mmin,, covt'ring tihe .l5: mailen; in tihe lendid time l of l h0i t tidl IllillS,, (qUalp to anll Icecllge ?lUed of over 33 milet ia hour, 'l hius is ilarti'ufil ly lille flcrfrllll('lee for the rofile tulckled. A remlamarl al) llOt or tIycyfl ride has bees IcicCIInIli sheld ill AmeIl~cIIl fly a rider Ilnl ed 1, l . I, laker. lidiig a 7 h l), t wil , laker ,roissed the Ai erican uonlti111t from Chilfornia to Now York ill thie laLtonding time of i11 day...

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Late State News DOOKIE TO SPRINGHURST LINE. DEPUTATION TO MINISTER. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

7 late Statr lees ---'C.~-- DOOKIE TO SPRINGIIURST LINE, DEPUTATION TO MINISTi'II, MI, )lhi ll fNIN , 'l'iieday Niglit. 'The delegates from ihe Diistriets of 'hollOoa, l'echclha alnd IlooL'ha mniai with others from thie districts fIr ther south assiiemhld i Meihoujllle y';sterday to ask the Miniiter for llailift.i's (Mr. Maclkiino)..ho ,w and ho the failways ,ltaifing I'mimiti . tie fot' report a life of railway fromit t)ookic to Springhur'g st. ''he del gatei s frol tilis d , tfrict contliedf lhetmiselves to aisA lg for . line fromut. a IoVII oti the Yarruiivo'agi line f.o Suringhurisf., 'lhare were present at the interviewn n the lihllway O!lices --(.', J. 11i, landforId and T'', Fog irty, amu Mleter 1). Evansi i . Wil liamss, Ml. J. Sheritdaln and 13. Me Mlahion from Iloorhanmnan; friom I'eech clhua-(hrs. W'. lewis and J, Itourke, and Messrs ,, IHogan; from Boom anoomanah--Cr, lHyan and Mr. J. P, Morris; from 'Thoolia-Mcssrs E. Jones, T. Bond and I). Forrls; Mr. W. Callander, Wan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

g---(// going sirong r·II ~ I- ___ ------ Ii The old song'goes with? a cheer--so does " foknnt'e Walker,", At home or a zoad et is the same stoO, . cheer2s fr'om the man that "]olhtnie Walker" cheers---front one end of otih earth? to tire other, N~orth-Sotuth--East-.Welst--everywkere, the same ' cheerful o Lu/arity, ~~~R L ? Evey DOof Over INC NON-REFILL.ABILE ED 1. A 19as old, IOTTLES 2"0 saf'egward the age, our folity,/ : the futlure is our folicy of th' past, First and foremost to see tlhat the margin of sto,'ks over sales is ahoways large ,eototkl to inai/nain our' untiqte, quahlt,, JOLIN WLtl/Ei/R & SONS, Ltd,, Srotdh IIhidy;? Dist///ers, K/Il./.A'iOCI,' and at ,S"YDNE1Y ?t cl/ELBOURiNE ~ ~I I -~ ~ i i \<& I, Theol snggos itha her-o oe "oliukWahe." A hoe r ~joa i i th am ly hes rmth anta "otni ahe"chesf oton n RED ~ ~ ·:·i'· I:Q'l 1 'ar l. I$OTTLE To afguad /ccZ~, or oliy or /c fuc:icc is or poicyo /c at Firtaid foremost t see 1/ca 1/c masinof tors ve...

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ELECTRIC LIGHTING. BOROUGH COUNCILLORS SEEK MORE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

ELECTRIC LIGHTING, I-4 IORIOUGI-'f COUINC1LIORS SEEK MORIE INFORMATION. A special meeting of the Wangarat ta Borough Council and Water Trust was held on Monday night for the purpose of discussing the question of electric lighting for Wangaratta. After their recent visits to Shoppar ton and Numniurkah where they in sp•!cted the plants at work and the lighting in streets, busines places and private houses, they were in possession of a fuand of useful In formation. The Mayor, Or. G. Max well, presided, and others present were-Urs, W. H, Edwards, A, H, Smith, C. A, Thague, T, Prontico, J, Tweed, F. C. Purbrlck, W. J, Smith, and Com, E. J. MeCardel (Govern ment representative on the Water Trust,) A communication was received from McCarthy, Underwood and Co, con sulting electrical engineers, Mel hourne, oiffering their services to act as consulting engineers to the Bor ough in the matter of installing elec tricity. They would prepare a report dealing with thb demand for electric light ian...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. EVANS & LANGLANDS [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

AUCTIONEERb' REPOiRTS. a~-~--~--s~ --- - ]VAN8 & LANGLANILAD8 Evans aM Lanilaidi, report hav ing etiected the following :;alle of land:--A/c Hulmi Brio., W\Yngarat tit, holltate anl illotmniit iin ?tsack street, to Mr. 'Peter ('arniichacl; a/c .Mrit Mi. 'Ihomas, WIhitielhl, her farm of 100 acre; rich t river Ilhtte, to Mles ci's Peiper Iiru's., at a high ligure; ai/c Adminii;itrator es,:tate late John HIyrne, Mlyli, at a eibdivi;ional sale of the Arkhlow Eetate, lot 1, 314 acces at £16, to Mr. J a. ( aimichaec; lot 2, 314 iacre at .16, to MeS::rsr McDonald Il)rm.; lot 4, 5144i acres at £7, to thle Mieies Ilyrnec; lot 5, !155 acres at £12 5e, to 1), and M. Byrne; hlt 6, 367 acre; at £19 te, to 1). and hI. Byrnc; a/c Jamels Hlyrine, Moyhu, his farm of 301 acreu; 2r. 26(., to Mr. Amo ls ififey at ,123; n/c iMr. J, ,litih, his farm of 25 acree at Myr tlclordl, a/c a~;ildgnled estate roleirt liaglish, ('hiltern, 48 acree land, a vacaint allotmet ltnut of landl adjoiiiiiig the Han...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

MIiLBOURNPI OATTL1 MARIKET, There was a fair attendance of the trade, including a few outside buy ors, at the Newmarket cattle sales on Wednesday, The market opened very brisk, at last week's best rates, for both bullocks and cows, and later sales showed an advance of 10s a head, There was 2355 cattle yarded, consisting of 1725 bullocks and' 630 cows; also 600 calves penned, Some of the prices realised were as fol low:-Baest pens of bullocks £14 12s 6d to £16 Se; extra £17 12s Gd 'to £18 lOs; odd bullocks to £19 10s; best pens of cows £8 12s Gd to £10; extra to £13 5s; odd cows £13 17s 6d,

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