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CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

CEMETERY. The Secretary, Mr. T, (. Muntr, reported a credit balance of £73 7s is. The following accounts were pass ed for payment:-J, nussell £10, T, 0, Muntz £1 188 6d, H, Halligan £1 Os, On the motion of Mr, Maxwell a small portable forge, costing about £3, is to be purchased for the use of the Sexton; who has to bring all his picks and tools into Wangaratta to be pointed, The Chairman said that Mr. Laid ler (undertaker) and Mr. W. J. Smith had suggested that it would Ibe I con el CIiclcO to ha ve the tcele phione laid oil to the - ecrctary'u Ju ivulte irsidiuence, Ile cuald then hie lillig Ill) oil ljoutn Iullyu ot' illa laytii o altei ullice Ilhollu, ind icomll tII I e olflice to is:;ouuil or diciri for lrtil'ci; wiihioiit peopujle hiavinig to go acros; o ii,;pin liat.it.wouldl ;Lij Iii Lihil ma iiif the tiiiiiictioil of iliirouii'h Coinesuet, I1t wil aigreed I liit the tcleplhliiiie lie conniiilcteuh to the i ~ei et iy'' hiwelling', Thei limlulijce shet forii tie yearli ended 3...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EMPIRE DAY SUP. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

I91IIP1t DAY SUP. LONDON, Monday Night, It is officially announcod that the 16th Infantry Regiment of Newcastle (N.i,W.) has won the Empiro Day Cup with a score of 2932 points,

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

BOROUGHI COUNCIL. The fortnightly meeting w;s h1h ll on lMolday night. Thie Mttayor, ( , G. Mlaxwell, occupied the clhair, vnd others lpreslent \iaere--c.r WV. I. 'i wards, A. 11. Smith, U. A, Teague, T. Prentfte, W. J. Smith, antd ,]. II. Sandford, SANCTUARY FOIl NA'I'IV AM (:\AM'. Ur, F. Q. Purbrick, who wtai t, sent attending a mIteetiing (,oh if l h 9?ailvo of the Municipal A;;soc'iatiot, wvrbte regarding prwoclaimini, the whole of the. Borough t;as a i ?tlle.t;ryi fol' .native gaime unllder se Lioll 11 o(f the Gamb Act 18JG, stating that. it will prohibit the killing or dett ruce tidi. of all native game (or such ta may be specilically mentioned in the proclamation) within the area. iHe forwarded copy of the section. A letter was reoad from the Chief Inspector of Game, .stating that such proclamations are not made for any specified number of years, but re main in force until revoked, Or, A; H, Smith said they should have the Borough proclaimed a sanctuary, and so do away with p...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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ULSTER CELEBRATIONS. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

ULSTER OUCThE RATIONS, LONDON, Monday Night, The celebrations held in Ulster to-day in commemoration of the Battle of the' Boyne, passed oil quietly and they were not marked by any serious disturbances. Addressing a huge gathering at Drumbeg Sir Edward Carson said that the Ulster Provisional Govern ment had given him power to exer clse Government authority and pre vent Home Rule being placed in the Statute Book, .He would exercise that power with the grimmest de termination, and would give Mr. Asquith the alternative to either grant complete exclusion to Ulster or to come and fight them, If the Government did not give justice theil Ulster would take it, The Prime Minister hopes to be able to deal with the Amending Home Rule Bill next, week,

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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HEAVY BREEDS. WET MASH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

HEAVY BRNEDS. WET MASH. J. M, Allan (Blk.O.) .,..... 350 J. Ogdon (B.0.) ... ...... ...... 339 ,.. Fisher -(B.O.) ... ...... ..: 335 DRY MASH. T. W. 0oto' (BikO.) .... ..., 303 D. Fisher (B.O.) ... ...... 289 A, Greenhough (3,O.) . ,., .27

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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RIFLE SHOOTING. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

RIFLIE SHOOTING, LONDON, Monday Night, The annual meeting of the Nation al Rifle Association at Bisley was opened to-day, The weather was line, but hot, As the result of prim tice at Disley during the past week, the Australian riflemen have shown considerable improvement in their shooting, Fire Brigade Competilions,-The Mar shall and. Y Coupling Competition for-gold medal presented by Mr, G. McGregor, Railway Hotel, was won by Fireman T. Harris, with Fire man M, Bean second, and Fireman H, Dodd third, Melbourne Wheat Market,-Yesterday wheat sold at 3s 10ld, Oats Were firm at 2s 2)d milling, 2s 3d prime, Chaff advanced 2s 6d a ton, selling at £3 10s prime, Potatoes made 10s higher, realising £4 10s for Snow flakes, £5 Carmens, Onions £6 15s choice, M, Ouillaux's Flight.-This aviator will commence to-morrow (Thurs day) his flight from Melbourne to Sydney. He is due to arrive at Wangaratta between 12 and 1 p.m., and :will land in Mr. J, Sisely's pad dock on Racecourse Road, He will dep...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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POULTRY. (BY WYANDOTTE) [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

POULTRY. (BY WYANDOTTE) The following are the loading pens in last week's Burnloy Competition: WElT MASH,--LIGHT I]REEDS, J. HI Gill (W.L.) ' ,,........, 398 I7, A,. Lawson (W.L.) ... ... ... 379 J,' J. West (W.L.) .... ... 355 DRY MASH. W. O, Mullano (W,L,) ... ... ... 348 E. A. Lawson (W.L,) .......,. 336 0, Lawson (W.L.) ,,. ... ,,. 311

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

SPORTING NOTES, An outsider in Zophuron won the Grand Nationial tceeplechase on Bat urday; United Kingdom 2, CoradJIll 3. Winner started at 20 to I agst, and won by a length. Vanguard ran fifth, he broke down, having sprung a tendon in his oil fore-leg, Hpringhurst foothallers 11.20 bceat Chiltern Valley 1.2. The trltting stallion Nlpic, holder Io Iicthmond IoVie.) record, 2.19, has been wihl by Mri. iiaunder'e, of Wo ,t?uon, to Alr. 11. lliamibridge, of N',rthr t,. Iilic hie, by hils line ex ,ib'itin?in , dl elighte'l, Ilvectat rn. at. rntto I rot iiiI um tii 'n . .llit fli Il Ie racillg will ie c(: illued to bhort limit cluui uive ltu.

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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DREDGING ON THE OVENS [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

DREDGING ON THE OVENB Ini thie I,?eislative Asceily on Wednit:day, Sth ins;t., the lfollowing addre:; wan delivered by the Mlen bher for Wan'igarat.ta, and i+; publish i'd lit Ihe iinltailince of res;idelit oiln the eVn; lIiver : ?iri. ltiwer,-lt it; mily dllty to id d'ce:t; lyseu l to It i uliject isl cotlllln c tiol with the A ddrit,-n-i- ply, wluich was rained lat t night, by the holntoraiblel iinher l'for tuliena, andt I do iol with ;lane relultiance(', lecaiine 1 recogni that te tht ho lOllr l: mciie. her for ,.enu in in t dillicult lposi Lion. A'L the Iliin o Tl IIne, I illlllot. juitify, indi I do not think that thi: houset can juntily, the violent at tack which the honorable lneinibr hali nmlade ilonil (he piieeiit Mlhininter' for lines ell e iCnue lie hi s Clho(t;i to iadlinitert' the law, which wa\n aiide by thiis houise, and which, ti.o lfar an lily experiencellt goes a least, a ii; lt admnininteted, although knowvn, by the Miniiter who pruecledd him. Therefore I thinkh i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

AllERN AN!I) 1`S\W INl Y ltlRlllSTlER? l & S&)OLI1'10'TOlt. ME1D STIRtEET, WVANtAItATTA, iMr. Ahorn, (Coolnnitntoner for Now tou1th \Wales(. Trust and other Moneys to Lend. NOTOUTT & lIPIlI1i0CK, 1I0lD STRIEET, \WANtIAitATTA, Blarristers and Solicitors, Mr T, F. Noteutt., a Commissioner for taking allidavitu; Mr. F, O, Purbrick, Trust and other Moneys to Lend at Lowest Rate:s. RCHAS. II. SIl1MMEIRS, A.11,V. T.A. AROIIITEOT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta, JASPER HUSBAND, B.A,, L.L.B., Barrister and Solicitor, REID STREET, WANGARATTA. H. A, MURDOCH, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR, REID STREET, WANGARATTA, Commissioner for taking AMildavits. Moneys to lend at lowest rates, THOMAS cRAHAM, B.L,, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR, The lrhm of Graham and Murdoch, having been dissolved, Mr. Graham will continue business in Chambers in Commiercial Buildings, , Reid Street, Moneys are awaiting investment at current rates. DANIEL J. CONNELL,, Barrister and Solicitor, MURiHiY S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

FLANAGAh, NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES. WEIl)NINSI)AY, 15th JUILY, Myrtloford Fortnightly Market. THUlSI)AY, 16th JULY. Wangaratta Market. TUESD)AY, 21st JULY, \Vangaratta Pig and Dairy Cattle Market. i SAPU!RDAY, 25th JULY. Sale of 330 acres freehold Laceby land, account Mr. F.' Frnch. TUESDAY, 28th JULY. Sale of 60 Milkers and Springers ac count Mr. C. Wood, Pioneer. WEDNESDAY, 29th JULY, Myrtleford Fortnightly Market, THURSDAY, 30th JULY, Wangaratta Sheep and Cattle Mar ket, , TUESDAY, 4th AUGUST. Wangaratta Pig and Dairy Cattle IMarket, WEDNESDAY, 5th AUGUST.. Sale of high class Dairy Herd at Gapsted, account Mr, J, A. Kneoe bdno, THURSDAY, 6th AUGUST, Moyhu Monthly Market. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, 6th and 7th AUGUST. Highly Important 'sale at the Foun dry, Wangaratta, IC Oatalogues now being prepared, FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & 00, Auctioneers, Wangaratta and l3onalla MONEY AVAILABLE FOR IN VESTMENT ON DROAD ACHE SECURIITIES. £27,000 £27,000. WI ' have the above sum of L £2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

The teacher was almost in despair, Not half of the senior (lass was there; M,dwinter. was night, the Inspector was due, Most of the girlswoere down with the lip stood Martha, with her hand Iprailsod; "What in it, Muiartha? said teacher amnzed, Please, if the girls want a remedy taire, Alia nya it's Woods' Great Pelppir m!nt Ouro," I'or Children'a hacking cough at nlght Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1/6. _I Off to Rundlcle's, 11111 not, I II iii tuu, i Rundie's Irish oss Emuelsioiº of L Aime iiii Sojilti FEiisy' to IiuI~o Iaisy Iii i(i I.t vuli ofiii a agcy, A. B. Rundle, Malino O7. \\(Uui it Ii, CONSIGN YOUR RAI1BBIT, FOX, and other FURRED SKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, ETC,, to Dalgety and Co,,Ltd. ALBURY. FULl, MARKET PRICES. PROMPT RETURNS. EXPERT ATTENTION TO ALL CONSIGNMENTS, LIBERAL .ADVANCES IF REQUIR ED. % Rekucto n. On all Goods Purchased during this Think what this means to You. 3s. OFF EVERY £. You cannot afford to utiss this Money-Saving Op portunity at- P1 N K T' ON'S COROWA SHO...

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GAMES TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

GAMES TOURNAMENT, ·------+---·- - The Foresters : and Hibernian B. teams mot on Monday night, when the Foresters were again succoassul: N o, Reed and J. Woodberry (F) beat J. Farrell and F. Hall (H), 3-2, W, Parker and T. Leo (F) boat T. Dpdd and P, Murphy (H), 4-1, .. O, Thomas and G, Kirkham 6(F) lost to T. Higgins and T. Naughtin (H), 2-3, A, Bell and J, Murphy (F) boat M, Jordan and D. Hart (H), 3-2, 1. Bell and J, Mathleson (F) lost to R, Dodd and J, Dell (H), 2-3. Totals,-Forosters 14 games; Hib ornian 13. 11 games. At the Albury market on Tuesday fat cattle sold from £18 to £15 10s; smaller £11 to £12 5s; cows £12 to £14; others £9 10s to £11 10s; light or £7 to £8 12s Gd; vealors £4 to ,£5 15s,' Fat sheep £1 4s Gd to £1 18s Gd; lambs 13s to 17s. Store sheep 15s 6d to 20s, Pigs £2 8s to £3 10s.

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

FOOTBALL. A match will be played on .the local ground this afternoon betwoon teams representing the Military Forces and the Wednesday Half-Holi day Clubs, All players bra re.luest ed to be on the ground at 3 p.m, sharp, Teams will be selected from' the following:-Military Forces- J. Dodd (capt,), Dodd, Daynes, Martin, Jordon, Murphy, Eades, Young, Baird, Atkinson, Sadler, Cannon, Nott, Moore, Hart, Edwards, Clut terbuck, Harrison, Farrell, Wappett, Faulkner, Yoxall and Willcox. Half ]-Iolidays.--Seeley (capt), Hall, Mc Laughlin, Bartlett, Cameron, -Wood berry, Stewart, Reid, Norton, 'Cal lander, Knight, Connor, Delahenty, Harper, Kirkham, Cowan, Reardon, West, Seymour, Prichard and Brown, Mr, H. Dodd will have charge of the game.

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SOCIAL AND PRESENTATION AT GLENROWAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

SOCIAL, AND PRESENTATION AT GLENROWAN, On Friday Mr. and Mrss, l. Wil linnms were given it hairty tand on thutsiastic fittrwell in thie GorldonI Hall prior tot their removal to Mlel lbourne. Notwithstanding the cold evening pt wrIllds f seveinty assemIbl ed to do ]lhonour to the delpalrting guests. lMr. I'. )uraclk occupied the chair. onlgs Iy Mli:es Ilayen , nttia herwell, were much appreciated. 1Re citations iby letsars i', J. Stewart andt , Itt , Ilr'ennau were well receiv ed:, lefor, making the presentation, the chairman apologised for the ab sncce of Messrs~ 8, .1, Sheldon and G. Manley. In making the presentation the cha(irmanl said he appreciated the privilege of saying a few words. The departure of Mr, and Mrs Williams was much regretted by all and the residents of the district could not allow them to depart without some token of esteem, .Although he 'had known them only for three years he could truthfully say he found them conscientious, charitable and good townspeople, The...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS J. BUCKLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS J. BUCKLEYI. J. Buckley, the Mart, reports lwv ing held a very good sale of poul try, fruit, vegetables, furniture and sundries on Saturday 'last, Roosters up to Gs pair; fowls to 4s; chickens 2s 6d pair; tuikey gobblers 7s 6d; turkey hens 4s 6d each; ducks to 4s Gd, F'ruit,-Apples s Gid case, A largo lot of furniture and sundries was also sold at satisfactory prices,

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SCHOOL FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

8CHiOOL FOOTBALL, A team from Wangaratta High School journeyed :to Benalla on Sat urday and played the Bonalla High School, The game resulted in a victory for Wangaratta, the 'scores being Wangaratta H,8, 8,13' (61. points.) Bonalla H,8, ,9 (21 points,) The best players for Wangaratta vwore-Atkinson, MGrphy, Nott, Baird Sadler, Jasper land Manley. Goal kickers wore Faulkner (3), Atkinson (2), Baird, Sadler, Moore, Wanga 'atta have now defeated ounalla twice.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

CORRESPONDENCE, -4 (Wo are not responsible for the opinions oxprossod by our Oorres pondonts,)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

MONEY-SAVING COUGH MIXTURE, 5I'I.ENIID IIOME-MAIDE R? EI)EDY, to/- SA\VEI) ON EVERY lIN'T, 'The cheapest and most effective rlemedy for coughs, colds, throat, and Sheut complaints, is made in your own home. It is no trouble to make, and every pint means an actual saving of at least o0/- for yourself, 'The reason is quite simple, AlI cough mixtures contain a small prc, portion of concentrated medicinal in. gredients, and a large percentage of water and sweetening, If you buy tlch medicinal ingredients only, adding the water and sweetening yourself, you save all the money you would other wise pay for vnater, bottles, corks, \wrappers and ?isxing. Iluy a bottle of lean's Essence from your chemist or store, take home and dilute as directed on label, Pour into a large bottle on which paste he label you will find in, llcan's Es sence packet. The first sip-of this mixture gives ri mediate relief. It clears the nasal ,assages instantly; loosens the :hhlem;: cases the throat, and bron i:l tu...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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VICTORIAN POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

YICTORIAN POTATOES, The "Ago" says;-Potato shippers in, lMelbourne ar disgubtedl at te tactics in which the Western As: tratian uepartielon of Agriculturo persists wihll a view to peoventing the imporcation into that state et tubers grown in viccoria. The pre tence that the produce of this State is so diseased that it is not mer chantable in the western market, be. sides being palpribly ludicrous, is a rellection on the inspectorial staff 'at this end, whose business it is to see that/no consignments of pota toes which are until for food are ex ported to Western Australia or else ,where, The emphatic assurance is given on behalf of the offilcers con cerned that every possible precau tion is taken in llelbburno to pro vent the shipment of ,1isetsed tub ers. Of every consignment submit ted for export at least 10 per cent, is critically examined by. inspectors attached to the Department of Agri culture, These ollicers are 'stated to be thoroughly qualined men who have boon appointed on...

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