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

AN.A. v. IIlUEI1NIAN B, Cribbagc.--.J, Whitmoro and W, Locawool (ANA,) beat H, Hain and D, McMahon (H), 4-1. IEucre.--J. houst and W. Glassen bury (A.N.A,) beat T. Higgins and T, Dodd (H), --I. It. M\cV'arlano anld , Weobster (A.N.A,) beat M. Jordan and P. J. nlurphy (Hi), 3--2, L. Llurges and V\Y. H-Iumphroy (A, N.A.) lost to J, Dell and J, Welsh (ti), 1--4. h, S. Veale and T. Rollison (A.N. A,) beat L, Hart and G. Farrell (H), 4-1, Totals:-A,N,A,, 16 games; Hiber nians 9 games,

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

GAMES TOURNAMENTS 'l'he following gacines were played last week:-A.A . lA, 16, heat illr)cr nian 13,, 9; Oddicllowa 13, beat ')ruide 12; ,'orcwters 15, beat H-iber ni?all A, 10,

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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OXLEY SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

OXLEY SHIRE COUNCIL. ''The lilotllit.hly lloleetiig of the (1) Oxlc Shlire ('oilicil wais holdl oll lhturdiay, The IPre i nt, ilq , (.r. J, T. (lilb , c)1 c~llllh'il Ihc1 t'hlli'iilill, 1111 lllhcr.<i lll'L'i(onll wetrt?; ( irn. A, It, Uiiith, ,J, Dinninig,' I?. qiniiilh, II. ?I. .lilne, ,I, llti'he, I,. (Ui'dllei', illld 1). \Vyllie, ( 't lhPlOl, NI)l'N(71. I' bei liiii('lvili llim'll|. Iiif l o i rlei, i've. liiii?!ic' lirl. ll.. (11 ()1ht,:;hllil( . I'UCt'Cl'iiiOl i 1.t ,( IiC rillitt d :lllll l),:((!(ic Oil I`'I;'IW I'VI' Fr'lollm ? lilll; Ih!m i l'tlilrtnwnt, tati ngltili bhlit loild in jirisi;h [if ltli, I rolo'tiilii id to be clo d?li, \ii i laid otlt iii Feli rlllyl'Y, 1913.--lHcceived, ialid t'ICoulliCil's collcurreillci to rolild tliriilulgh A, T.' l(enldall'i blocki to Ie sent oil, Froml State Iiiverl'; lniii Water SLupply Departmlcnt, aekiig if coun cil has any objectioni to tihe graint ing of th) aplplication (Ililnds iiin quiry) for sale of creekl froillntag...

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DEATH OF MRS. TREVENA [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 8 July 1914

DEATH OF MRS. TREVENA -------------------------------           The death occurred last evening at   6 o'clock of Mrs Caroline Frances     Trevena, wife of Mr. W. H. Trev-       ena, of Clear Creek, Eldorado, after       a brief illness of one week, the causes         of death being double pneumonia and      heart failure. Dr. W. Docker was called in on Saturday to attend Mrs         Trevena, and as he found her con-   dition serious he brought her in his motor car to "Aberfoyle" private hospital, where every attention was given her. She showed improvement     yesterday, but during the afternoon     took a serious turn and death ensured a couple of hours later. &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914

Woods' Grcat Poppermint (Curn. 1/6. For Bronchlial Coughil, take J. P. MCDONNELL, a41-411 CollinR Strttt, hMIlIblIlRNI', I I AS TIU'NTI and OTllliit MONEIY AVAII AIII I in l A?Gli and RJMAIl, HIIJMS, lntorent froni 1I oer cont. Ior tcrImo up to 5 ycars, MOTHERHOOD. "Motherhood, ai the late Dr. Tialungo olter'vutd, "it the noblest aspiration of \w'olnlhoo(d ill Its best oten;e." IThere ic uomothing lackitng in the homI e into whi1h io baby has ever ntleretd Without the advent of "tho little stranlager" the happinet s of hutt?lantl tand wife is never quite coilletl . A hook 'of valuable informationl telling how thoulsandcl of Itpople have had their hetrtna' desire grat.iied, will ie sent freet to anyone who cuts out this advt. andl sends it to Del)pt, .13, LADIN'S' C0OI,,E(ll] OF HEAi''H, Phair's lBuildings, 327 Collins Street, Melbourne. ear g wra I M,. ow lce~dlg J A flar?dn lti vont, uniqu in the History of Australian Shopping, mnlbodytng aNs it d(oes .E very Ipossible requirement ...

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POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914

POULTRY. (BY WYANDOTTE) Poultry for prolit seems to be the tlestion of the day in Victoria-pro tit from eggs alone, or from eggs and flesh, In eggs alone the Ibest strains of white loghorns have shown the way to other breeds, both light and heavy. Perhaps the cause may any other brood, and so brought more extensively reared and tested than any other breed, and brought more prominently before the public in com petitions, But it must: be remember ed that the competitioni winners are not in size what the old original white leghorns wore, This is a pity, as we have birds almost the size of bantams, and it is from these strains that we are dependent for future blood-with the regret table result that the stock will be of similar smallness, In the heavy breeds, which are less extensively ureo or l aylng, we have the iilver Wyanlotte, tue Wnite 'Wyandotte and the ilack urpington doing very well, laying up to witaln two dozen eggs of the Leghorn; but here again we find a reauction in the siz...

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BOROUGH REQUIREMENTS AND ELECTRICITY. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.") [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914

IIOIIOUGH I ll'Q1I11ItM,?INT'1'S ANI) ('ye thel Etlitor of "'The Uihroniclo,") Sir',--it's a glreat idea of "ithate payor's" to give air to one's opil lon011 on mllltterls (hil, really llect s115, at thie amlo time Mr. "hate pl)ayer'," who arit you, alil what is your lnle. l My cXpelrill)Ce of oulr roild0 hl?ns cel',lnil11y i '?e It humpy one, but I li've in ll hope? a i ,l (oti or lttulre. Water has never troubled mo1 a lot, ill fact, I 1io very 1atisli ed with tilhe water supply, i'll grant you DMr. "htel)p)yer," the water gets a bit tepid ill the 31suime11IO time, but tile hotels are ct0.ourtecous ill the dispensing of lovely co1olers, don't OeO so near with your' $i)nxpen0es, Now as regards the lighting 1que1tlon Al', "Illatepyer," I do klinow somc1tlhinllg, 11and 1 thank you for your' reirl'ks on tile lighting of the town, Now other peoiple know something also, and J will conclude with a report from Wa'rnlalltuhool. "Somle timle ago llhe Wll'rmllllbool Town Council called in iM...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. YWo aro not r(eponuilbla for tho Dpinions oxprosued by our (lorre-o pondonts,)

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WEDDING. GIBSON—BLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914

WEDDING. ___ _41 -- --· GIIUSON--1 LI(1IT. A very pretty wedding was 'solem uised at the llighbury hall, W.A., on Wednestday, May 27th, by the l1ev. J. I. Lalngdo, whlten Myrtle Selina, third daughter of Mr. aljd the late Mrs. V,. J. Blight, of Hligh bury, was married to Andrew, third soni of lr,. andl Mr; A. (hibuso, of Mloyhu, Victoria. The hall was tax ed to its utmost capacity by well wishers of thie bride andl bridegroomn. The bride lookedl muost charming iin a beautiful ldress of crepcede-chine satin, prettily trinmmed with fibre lace, cotirt train, siprayed with orange blossoml, also wreiath and veil, The bridealcnids, Amy and Florence (sisters of the bride), look ed becoming in dresses of cream silk crepe foam and pearl caps. The bride's little neice, Edith Pearce, acted as train bearer, and was daint ly dressed in Jap. silk, with pearl cap and crook. Mr, W. Twitt per formed the functions of groomsman. Miss Loishman ofciated at the piano during the ceremony, arid. played the...

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CHURCH SERVICES. Wangaratta Methodist Church. SUNDAY, JULY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914

CHURCH SERVICES, Wanuaratta Mothotlist Church. UIJNI)AY, lillY, 12, \Vanguaratla ll,-MrA, MorHloy, lhldorado 11.--ov J, . 1. Ilorcoy, EIlldorado 7.--Iov, J, 1', Piorcoy. ari'taragarlniungoo 3,--Mr, Moraloy, ]cvorton 3,-MrI, R, C(aroy, Iloorhllaman 11.,--M0l'r JIones1 , I Huntt, Doralma 3,-Messrs Jones, lunlt.,

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BOORHAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914

BOORHAMAN, SCHOOL'COMMITTEE,--The school Committee met on Thursday night, Mr. A, E., Sandford in the chair. It was decided' to ask the Department to saidctilon the exdenditure of £4 10s to brick in. a copper in the new wask-house, and to re-paper two rooms; of the teacher's residence. It was resolved that the chairman ar range to have spouting connected to an extra rain water tank, Tenders for painting the shelter shed were called,' returnable by August 5th. Prellminary arrangements were made for the concert and dance on August 7th in aid of the school funds. BEECHWORTH, BThe Shire overdraft has been re duced to £1010 19s id, The South orn Riding has a credit of £495 is lid, Cr, Lowe has forfeited his seat for the West Central Riding, An extraordinary election will take place on Monday, 27th July, At the annual meeting of the rifle club the balance sheet presented showed a credit of £1 2s,. Disap pointment was expressed at the ac tion of the committee of Wangaratta D.R.O.U. in cutti...

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St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Wangaratta. SUNDAY, JULY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914

St. Paul's Proshyterlan Church, Wan!ariatta, n IJNDAY, J 'll,V I,. \VilaiI u aiitt 11 ,--]t\', t1', ('liii uln)lii, iViiiangar'ltii 7,--]ov. l'. (?htnnith lh , Ml)nwn'? 2.3O,--Mr[. A. MiitNzu z.hitii;l .

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914

FOOTBALL. The iirst matches of the second rounld will be played to-day, Wanga ratta journey to Eldorado, and the following have been chosen to repro sent WVangarlitta:-Drenan (capt.), Hauser, Hill, Gleeson, G. Dodd, H. Dodd, Cameron, Oondron, Stubbs, Powley, O'Brien, Thos. Taylor, Eado, Pinkerton, Jackson, Gill, Nicoll,, Woodherry, 'Emergencies:- Pritchard, Trinder..Drag will leave Comnmercial Hotel corner at 1 pam. sharp. C B. B. Meadway had a rib fractured in the Milawa--Wangatratta match, He is now wearing bandages, and will not be in playing form for a week or two. ?- Whorouly footballers defeated Mud geounga by 10.17 to 2,1.

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Wangaratta Baptist Church. SUNDAY, JULY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914

iWJ:,fOlrntc R f ptl9t t, ltil, SUNDAY, JULY 12. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., REliV, A, A. 'MEDLY,

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POSITIONS OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914

POSITIONS OF CLUBS, Won. Lost. Gaines Druids . ,, 3 3 80 Hibernians B .... 4 2 77 A.N,A, . . 2 4 76 Hibornlans A ... 3 3 74 Foresters,,... . 3 3 74 Oddfellows .,, 3 3 7

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FORESTERS v. A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914

FORUISTEiRS v. A,N.A, Tho Forestors and A.N.A. hiot last nighlt, the former winning by 14 to 11 games. HIDEIRNIAM 13. v, ODDFE?LLOW'B. Thle Hllibornllan U, Tewm dofe!tod the Oddfollows last evening by 18 games to 12,

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HIBERNIAN A. v. DRUIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914

HIBIERNIAN A. v, DRUIDS., The first match for the second round took place on Monday evein ing, when the Druids won by 15 games to 10, Scores: J. Molony and J. Higgins (H) lost to VW. Dowling and J. Sims, 1-4, J. Dodd and W. Hart beat -T, Courtney and F, Woodberry, 3-2, T, Hart and M, Cowan beat Pad ford and H, Clarke,,4--1. HI, Dodd and H, Haines lost to L, Vincent and II. Vincent, 1-4, F. j-oyited and P, Molopy lost to C:? Vincent and F. McGee, 1-4,

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WANGARATTA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914

WANGARA'lTTA HOSPITAL, The mointhly meeting of the (Comn rmittee wle; held on Thursday night. The President, Mr. 'I', . Noteutt, occupied the chair, nidl others prle sent weere --Mes-rs A. Clements, A. Ii, South,mith, . A. Ilhoe, J. J. Tea gue, J. )ulllllne, T. MaLu)lln, II, A. Murdoch, W. J. Smith, J. H. land ford, 'I'T. Iaidler, W. 11. dwards. C(litlt?SI'ONI)1N(ld. 'Following dotlllltiolll; were acklhow ledgcd with thank;: .-b'rom, 11, A. Murdoch, £'2 1ls, nalounllflt allocated;t'l from Sir Wiii, Zeal estate; s;hire of iLuroni, £1It 10s;; from l Mii;s ? 1, Mc iKenlzie, puinpkiii wio in g'iinL, lii comp• tlttitiol; argood ios CI Ils; estate late Alfred lelton 02i201; . ,AlI Ir'owll, ueerettary Winton football club, ,£5 71 tGd realibed frol t ;?nial; DIolra LlcKeleinaIr, hlO . se;r ietary JIuroa brtancth A,\W.N.1. Cl, collected at enlter'aini ent; J ..Wa V lkcr, ;liret ary Telfor'ndand District, (al c oian hodiety, Ci, vialue of \hea't doit tioint miale at hai nd rieciit;l; Mi t,, N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914

BIARRISTITHll & HOIdW[JiTOii.3. IlfID 8TIl1CT, WANGAlrATTA. Mr. Ahorn, aonliatnioneor for Now South Walo, Trust and other MonoyS to Lond. NOTCUTT & PI'111111UIK, IEID T STREET, WANUARATTA, Barristers and Solicitors, Mr T. F. Notcutt, a Coannlissionor for taking allldavits; Mr. F, 0, Purbrick. Trust alnd other Moneys to Loed at Lowest Rates. IHAS. II. SUMMERS, A,R,V.I.A, ARCIIITEOT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta, JASPER HUSBAND, BnA., L.L,B., Barrister and Solicitor,. REID STREET, WANGARATTA. H. A. MURDOCH, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR, REID STREET, WANGARATTA. Commissioner for taking Affidavits. Moneys to lend at lowest rates. THOMAS GRAHAM, BL., BARRISTER & SOLICITOR. The firm of Graham and Murd6'li, having boon dissolved, Mr, qratiii will' continuo business in Ohidm'beors in Commercial Buildingi , ,,old Streot, Moneys are awaiting investment at current rates. DANIEL J. OONNELL, Darrister and Solicitor, MURPHY STREET, WANGARATTA, A Commissioner for taking Amf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914

FLAHAGAh, HEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES. WEI)NI8I)AY, 15th JULY. Myrtloford Fortnightly Market. THURSDAY, 16th 'JULY. Waugaratta Market, \ TUESDAY, 21st JULY, Wangaratta Pig and Dairy Cattle Market, SATUIRDAY, 25th JULY. Saleo of 330 acres froeehold Lacohy land, account Mr., F, French, TUESDAY, 28th JULY, Salo of G0 Milkers and Springers ac count Mr. C. Wood, Pioneer. WEDNESDAY, 29th JULY, Myrtleford Fortnightly Market, THURSDAY, 30th. JULY, Wangaratta Sheep and Cattle Mar ket. TUEISDAY, 4th AUGUST. Wangaratta Pig and Dairy Cattle Market. WEDNESDAY, 5th AUGUST. Salo of high class Dairy Herd at Gapstod, account Mr, J, A. Kuee-' bone, THURSDAY, 6th AUGUST,. Moyhu Monthly Market. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, Gth and 7th AUGUST. Highly Important sale at the Foun dry, Wangaratta. .' Oatalogues now being prepared. FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & 00, Auctioneers, Wangaratta and Donalla MONEY AVAILABLE FOR IN VESTMENT ON BROAD ACROE SBEURITIES. £27,000 £27,000, RZT T62 ave the above sum of £ ,000...

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