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PECULIAR WILL TRANSACTION DEALING WITH A PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914
PIEICULIAR WILL TRIANNSACTION ulDEA1,1N(C WVI'[ll A li( )PlR,it'rY. ANoe remarklabaiile tucl?actions wvere revealed oi? I Wi:iiidnei d;iiay in the lie1 alla (Court of iisolvuncy in coneie tioil with at tr'aisfer of land. Chas. if, I'yne, ?;,liv:itor, ;anid Joh0ll earcey were examlined before Judge Wasley, at the ijitaiuce of at trustee in tho estate of Th'lomis Kenny, deceased, railway enIlmpye, who was a son-in law of Peter Waters, who is still alive. Mr. L. Cussen (instructed by, Mr. Ii. Clarke) conducted the exam ination. Charles H. Pyne said that probate of the will of the late Mary Waters was handed to him by his client, Pearcey, about the end of 1912, He acted as solicitor in the preparation of the transfer from Kenny to Pearcey, Kenny said he understood his position under the will, and that his father-in-law had handed over everything, and had authorised him to sell the property for himself. Au vwitnes uln(lertcod.! it, it wa: a straight out sale from Kenny to Pearcey. The re...
GAMES TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914
GAMES TOURNAMENT, Delegates reprceuentiing tic variioui; societics inte'rested i et oII Mo?ii day evening, when it, wiva; declidled that the draw for the coiinludiig rounldshould follow on inl the aull order, as that of the lirst round. With regard' to the ireadinlg of rules in whlki it stated that the contest was to he decided on the greatest number of games wvon, some considerable discIussion took place. It was eventually agreed that the rule should remain ns it already was. Should, however, any team conclude the series with a majority of games and ahlso matches over that of any other teamo , such team would win outright, 1ut should one team have a greater number of games to its credit, and Inother a greater number'of matches the lhtter team will have the right to challenge the winners for the possession of the trophy. The contest is at the present at a very interesting stage,
ARBOR DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914
ARBOR DAY. 'Yesterday Arbor Day was colobrat ed at the Stato bcnool; Wangarat ta. There was not a large attend ance of parents, but the proceedings passed off saccessfully, Or, \W, t1. Adw'ards, Chairminan of the School Committee, and Mesdames Boyes and Bullivant, and Meusrs unather and Burgess, members of the Committee, were presenc. Addresses were deliv ered by Bishop Armstrong, Rev. F. Chisholm, Urs. Edwards ,and F. U, Purbrlck, hnd Mr. Burgess (Presi dent A,N.A.) Mr. C. Mather gave a practical explanation of how trees should be planted, Trees were plant ed in the school ground and along Chisholm street in front of the grounds. Programmes were carried. out in the different class rooms, as follows: Grade VI.-Reading of best essay on Arbor Day; song, "The sea is England's Glory," Ulass; recitation, Vernon Clarke; song, "The Bunny Sunny Land of Victoria"; recita tion, "Blossoms," Marjory Clinghaiq; address, Bishop Armstrong; song, "Arbor Day Anthem,'" Class; ad dross, Mr. Graham; di...
YACKANDANDAH POULTRY SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914
YACKANDANDAH POULTRY SH?OW. - --c-----4. -- At the Yackaadandah l'oultry Society's show, held on Thursday, some of the local broeders were suc cessful in upholding tle reputation of Wangaratta against a line array of birds from all parts of the State, and against some of the moot noted breeders in victoria, who are cap able of capturing the le?dmg awards at any show, *Mr, R. Deam was successful in winning the Gold ,Medal for White Leghorn Cock, first prize in Minorca Cockerel, first and third in White Leghorn Pullet, Very Highly Com mended for White Leghorn Cockerel, and second in White Wyandotte Cookerel, Mr, J, Riddihough scored 1st in Indian Game Cock,. and first in An delusian Hen, Mr, Alex, Buckler, after losing his best British Game hen, won first for Cock any, other variety, first for British Game IIen, and third for British Game Cockerel; Mr, A. J. Schutzo was successful in winning first for Pekin Ducks, second in Indian Game Cock; second Indiam Game Hen, and second in White...
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. MOYHU MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & 00. MOYHU MARKET, Flanagan, Newman and Go, report having held their monthly market at Schulz's Yards, Moyihu, last Thursday, as follows,-Fat Pigs. We had a very tine yarding of bac oners, both as far as numoers and quality, were concerned; the sale was good throughout, and we dis posed of the whole of the yarding at prices abgut equal to those ruling at W\angaratta last Tuesday, Pigs by the - pen a/c Mr. Don Fleming £3 13s 6d; several other lots £3 9s Gd and £3 10s; others 58s Gd to £3.3s Gd; porkers to 54s, Store Pigs, These were not in such good supply as is usual, but a strong demand existed right through, and every lot sold under .the hammer; forward stores to 47s; others from 38s; slips, good 28s 6d and 29s 6d; others from 23s; suckers to 20s; others 15 6d, We sold a large quantity of sundries at good prices, Sheep,--Small yard-. ing of fat sheep; lambs sold for Mr, 1)D. Ferguson 16s Cd, Fat Cattle,-A fair supply of fat cattle was...
AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914
AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. ----- * ·--- - Following i ai lint of forthlcomijng shows: H-Iamilton-2, 3, Stawell-15, 16, Natimnuk--16. Wangaratta--15, 16, . RoQWl IAgricult(ral Soctoty-21, to 2. , Yarr'awonga.-30 and 1st Otobor. coeelong-30 and let October, Junco-2, 3. (Germanton-2, 3, Albury--8, 9, 10. Young-8, 9, 10, Cootamundra-15, 16., Corown--18, 19, Iockhalrt--22, 3, lb lIorsham-1, 2, OOTOB13R, T''ungamnah--3, lelnalla--6, 7, Nathalin-8, lEuroa--t3, 14, SHymour-l 6. Itutherglon-21. Shetpparton (Grand 'National) 27,~ 29,.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914
For Chiltlren'8 hacking cough at night .Woods' Great Poppormint Ouro. 1/6. AnId emittid a lLid "l'i;h ui!" I'r l. ")l, 1 " t h is i i lin e lto i-d o!i JI'he Ihilllyip:; Ip l (a I sIli. , ] izId tai"";, Who thtulg;ht they'd a victim ?nce, ,ipr ,ad pct0 nrn ; 1 dt ch1 LWs, Iuul aLway they Ilew, Off to Rtuiidle's, jut mll that, his IItSHl .\Itt;S HM LJItt)N Jnt~', lil~liii aItcy bright, so wo nul,( g et ,,suut',' Iheindle's Irish Moss of t.X~l ht tive; il. It titajita lx iii,1ý h i t itt A till i i, h l~lit tic u it ; E, l ' digeita vaif f 11 11dl's I~ur:;u lult'c; 11h;Ine~tcti )tl uxuro ti. R ,Il1s II:IIdI S3o M ail llvlli. ( 1'Iutuu +`) I. \\unrit utltt To Stand this Season at Wangarat ta, the successful Thoroughbred itallion BRAKPAN. SY Gr(afton (Imp,), IDam Piecrust, and full brother to Grasspau, Koopan, and (Praleen dam of Apple Pel and Clder). Brakpan is the sire of a great number of winners, includ ing Rose Royal, Blackpan, Thistle seed, Thistlobrook, Sunpan, Lac malao, Pan Out...
TRAVEL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914
TRAVEL NOTES. (By llov, .1, J.1, Brown.) After boarding the trlain at Waln garatta il and kieeling right oil north till at, the end of a trip of 157(1 mile, we steam into Ilocllhllipton, one fenl: they have lcen well trained for oilnc. )During the t rilll;ititonli intd chlanlge of each Stuate border, thle trIaveller eXpleriencell all tlhe dtllcoml fortl of the v'arying gat1ge11 tIllo o'veraIl HState ili 11 way.i (Of cotir;, our old Mlother SHate of New Soutlh \Wale thinks that her gauget is tih model one, aod \vwe mut, all adjullt, 0111' l o litI hr . Aft11 r the 111100 miles iti tof railH oneI il ableI to oke Icoeteh ieLons between the hinolot) ail I hlv\o foun(d hltt moto ;1t tratvellerm who move about Aunitrlli. ltlret, thati for comnfort and convellienct Vi tor lctia tl I ntle y tr at, 't'hough one haus to,\ ay that, with hated cre ith north of thes lurray, Wen found the country at allin ood a we. 1110 ed l?oulbtlrn, Ind i the river channels were tll overlhowing, '('he e w vil t...
NAVY OF THE FUTURE. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914
NAVY OF THrI FU1TURIIE, LONDON, T?lursday Night. Admiral Sir, oPercy tcott 11ii writ ten a voIlnuinous'. rr:vny tto the critics of hls'reccnt ,stat mclnt re garding the relnative value of Dread noughts and submarines. He saya thattthe additional uxpensa Involved of substituting sulbmarines for battleships will be enormous, boecause such a groat number of sub marines would be required, "The little navyites," he adds, "must not think that it is going to cheapon defence. It will make it more exponsiveo, but less efficient,
DISTRICT NEWS. BOORHAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914
1)IS'T'lIC' NIEW8 IOOIW IAMAN. Klilltvwrr telms visited lhoorha unan on Haturdrty Ind played the local tenanl, After an exciting game loolhalnitn \ won by '1 ?aintic , the nets heing leual. 1RI frettmntst were er\'ed by the Intlitd . 1Iollowiv?,g w\ere the tores: ?litses l litines Iuand Phillips (13) heat Mi;tet ,air and (Gibbhh (K), 6-2. (Cunningham and .,I, Mlinogue (B), lost to 1,, 8iininoidas and McIntyre, Al, litnogue anll ltaines boat Ben nett antld 'ranin, 6--4, Miss 1ltylitt ntd it , Bayliss lost to Mies (Gihh and ti , uinImonlis, 4-6 Koet and Sandford lost to L. Siannotls and II. Rhodes, 3-6, Missetts t inogue and Byrne boat Misses 8inmnondls anti Welsh, 6-2, Miss linyjlis and M. layliss boat Miss Il'odl and ,, jiniunonds, 6-0, ('ullingham and Ket lost to Me Intyre and Iiennett, 3-6, Totals: Iloorhlinani, 4 sets 39 games; Killhwarvra, 4 sets 82 games, A meeting of the local branch of t.ho'People's Party was held on Wod nesdaty night, The chief business was the election of o...
STATE FINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914
STATE FINANCE. We noticed in a recent issue the in crease of State expenditure. Two warning voices were heard in the State. Assembly this week pitched in the same key-those of Mr, Mc Leod and Mr. Mackay, The latter showed that since 1906 the expendi ture on ordinary services had in creased from £4,522,000 to '£7,544,000 or 66 per cent, Many of these in creases could be justified, amongst these Education, Lands, Forests and Agriculture and to some extent Pub lic Works, Railways had increased 75 per cent,, but how far it could be justified would only be determin ed by expert survey of the work, The fact remains that in the past seven years the expenditure has in creased over £3,000,000 pet annum, and the railways, our principal earn ing Department is faced with a fall ing surplus. We shall be singularly fortunate. if, during the next ten years we have the uninterrupted run 'of good and fair seasons which' we have enjoyed in the near past, Mr, Watt has left a legacy of inflated ex pend...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 July 1914
BIRITH BULLEID (llyawatha) ,-At "(%arng hnta," Nair'e arikelr' lrivate ltoipital, I(owain tr'eet, on 5th July, to Mr. and MIr'it, 11I, J. Ilulleid, a daughter, BIRTH, DODSWORTH (Wangaiatta), .-- At "Carnghlan," Nurse 'arker's Pri vate 1Hospital, Ilowani Ntreet, on 8th July, to Mr. and Mrs. 1'. D)odsworth-a daughter, DEATHH, MERRIGAN.--On 10th July, at Mel drum Street, VNangaratta, John, beloved husband of Mary Morri gan, aged 32, R.I,P, DEATH.' REFSHAUGE,-On 10th ;July, met &nbsp; Murdoch Road, Wangaratta, Peter Refshaugo, aged 83 years, FUNIERAL NOTICE. f~ 'lE Friends of the late John Merrigan are respectfully. in &nbsp; vited to follow his remains to their last resting place, the Wangaratta Cemetery, The Funeral Cortege will leave his late residence, 'Meldrum Street, at 3 o'clock THIS DAY. J, J. HANDLEY, Undertaker, Wangaratta Chronicle, Published on WEDNESDAY & HATUIIIDAY MORNINGH. SATURDAY, 11th JULY, 1914.
NORTH WANGARATTA v. MOYHU. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914
NORTH WANGARATTA v, MOYHU. Moylh visited North Wangaratta on Saturday to play the return match, and secured a comfortable win. The North Wangaratta boys, despite the fact that they have not yet secured a win this season, stick to their guns and continue to play the game for the sport that is de rivablo from it. Umpire Walker had an easy task, The scores at the various stages wore: SFirst Quarter. MOYHU ... . ... ... ... 3.2 NORTH WANGARATTA 0.1 Half-Time, MOYHU ,, , . . , 6.9 NORTH WANGARATTA 0,1 Throe Quarter, MOYHU ........ ... ... .. .., 7.1'4 NORTH WANGARATTA 1,5 Final. MOYHU .. .... ,, ,. ,,I 8.16 NORTH WANGARATTA 1,5
MILAWA v. BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914
MII1AWA v, IIIEN1UIWOlITlI, (By "candid,.") thin. citttch oil thu ie z1iw t ovitl oi S turitty Inllt, aid they were poorly (1 (I(eIwil)d ' fr ter11:. 'lI1, -f hood fori stlultlIgout I t.llthe hittei tuo'tIii winl d, I Io 1the foot iull N' Ill whichiii' I ' ii huhv lt ill rlilI lii tii h Lea ying much of lI!'\\lll j ploy lit. that e nd, it' 1 tt~nt ,t h rd ru;IIII' ruec tgu ut i eit11 crtlidc. ''lu+ rl ottie. ndit(iou l l( , r i s J o y , h i t I h e r e r u n t; i t j a c k ' o f tl hltctt tl- :;(·(' Ililrii ,P (rlti - l' ll1, 1id l 1y tile letlrr tu tu utter tine ti)rtic~llC tint, andC ed initiative. They played hard, their kickiing with ai few exceptionti way) fhttly, iandt they showed even less resource tlhan Milawa, A weak feitll. 'e of the gi walllll tlhe unlpir ng of ,l: llamilton, who walt ull uertain all day, mostl of hit dirciu onit; Iheipg hii'di to liiderstnt d. itl'Free kick, were very rarei, aniid the IhallI 'waIl Io()uned (oo) [fro!(lently, land at timiles it seelme(d ...
FOOTBALL. WANGARATTA v. ELDORADO. A DRAWN GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914
FOOTBALL. -----+--- -- WANGARAT'i'A v. IBI,)OI1ADO, A DRAWN GAME, Wangaratta footballers journeyed to Eldorado on Saturday, and play ed their first game of the second round in connection with the Ovens and King Association, Both clubs had a good team in the field, but the visitors were without the valu able services of Meadway, who un fortunately is incapicated with a fractured rib, sustained two weeks ago at Milawa. Eldorado also were minus a couple of good men. The day was bitterly cold, but notwith standing this fact a large number of supporters of each team assembled to witness the match, The game from beginning to entl was most disappointing, ,It was \wthout ex ceeption one of the worsf exhibitions of football ever witnessed on the Eldorado oval, The game was not contested in that manly and friend ly spirit thrt makes the grand old winter pastime a. pleasure, Most of the players paid too much atten tion to the. man, instead of going in with clean dash, securing the ball and pas...
FANCY DRESS BALL AT MOYHU. RECORD ATTENDANCE AND BRILLIANT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914
FANCY DRESS BALL AT MOYHU, --- -+~-- - I1NCORI) A''TTl'NDANCI ANI) BUtiablAAI T SU(C1.1ts. Never before was such a gathering soon I?l bchull's Hall, Iloyhu, ati that which took part in the fancy dress ball nold on 1'riday niglhl in aid of thile fund ofl tile aloynlll suti of the. Uatholic bazaar, ''he attend anc Is said to have boon 116t couple, and ilcllaed visitors iromn all par~s of the dLstrict, ropresontatives being present lrom Myrolelorit, bhourouly, iarooor, Wangaratta, hilawna, liln many other plarts, it was aI blit lantll gathertlg, tile variety of fancy costumes being extensive, alndi tile (lainty colouring in the beautiful dressos worn furnished a picture that delighted onlookers as well as those taking part, The organmsers in their wildest dreams of aucces, never anticipated sachl a monster gatner ing, and nheedless to say they were hlglhly olated at the response madte to their appeals when selling tickets and' urging their friends to come along 'and swell the crowd and...
COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914
COMIVION. An account of :C1 8s to , Canllny Was passed for payment, The balance hieet for year ended 10thl June, 1914, audited by H. Hal ligan, was as follows:--Recelpts to talled £43 Is 4d, Including sale of bull £3 10s, fees £33 8s, balance brought forward £6 3s 4d. Elxpenses totalled £35, and Included 13. Canny (herdEman) £15 16s, thistle cutting £15 3s 9d, purchase of bull £2 10s, advertising £1 .0s 3d, bank charges 10s; credit balance £8 Is 4d.-It was adopted.