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moyth juniors v. whitfield [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

MOYHU JUNIO.HS v. WHITFIELD. The Whitfleld team visited Moyhu on Saturday and played a game against the junior combination, a very solid one at that. It was a good match, each side showing some nice play. The game was capably umpired by Mr. Percy Whitty. The final scores were WHITFIELD ... ........ 3.17 MOYHU JUNIORS ... ... 1.4 The most promineint players for the winning side wore 0,- and F. Egan, L, Wylllo, W, Bowen, H. Whitty, J, Kennedy, O. Bwalies, while for the home team Evans, Johnston, F1, Byrne, J. Bowon, L, Morrison, and J, Maher were best. The Whitfleld team is showing im proved form, and although the club han only been in existence a month or so the players are pulflng well together and playing nice football. The Tolmie team is expected to visit Wlhitlield on Saturday next, when a 'gooil :a1nm should be witnessed,

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THANKS TO THE LADIES. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.") [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

THANKS TO THE LADIES. (To the Editor of '"The Chronicle,". Sir,-My Committee, through the columns of your paper, wish to thank the President, Mrs. T. F, Notcutt, the Secretary, Mrs J. Hinchley, and the ladies of the Hospital Ball Com mittee for the splendid donation to the funds of £2~8 19s 9d, proceeds of, the recent Hospital Ball hield in aid. The managers gratefully ack nowledge this generous assistance as it will be the means of considerably reducing the Hospital debit balance, The Hospital Committee at 'their last meeting had pleasure in passing a special vote of thanks to the lad les. JAS. HINCHLEY, Secretary Wangptatta Hospital,

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CO-OPERATION AMONGST FARMERS. MEETING AT MOYHU. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

CO-OPERATION AI()NGST 'FARMILERS. . ... . ... . sp+++ .. . . . ,ll'l'TING A'T MAll0YI)ll ll resp?nlslle lio it ll leetilg, ' itlled by Mir. Win. Lewis, of "N?vwilowie," AloyhIl, a?out 50 t'll 'rs itll pr'u diucer aisiemhled il Hlchull,'s Ilhll, Aloyhiu, oil Hlturlday afternuoon for tho luirpo;se of discuiising it i[propiual for the ftri'llllation of Ia F'armlrll ' 'Co operaltiv'ye Assoiciationi, Cr . Aii. i. nilib, Wits viited to the chalir', iliill bricity intirotlthucted the buhiiees of the mieetilng, lie called (oI MAir, Wim. Lewis, Iwho \vtin acting is secretary to the Imovem+eIt, and Who itated that the presient lteetinlg haid olllulltel d [r'un It dinielr sion at I meeting held at. \'hitlilhil ;inia foulr 1no(t lis previously, lie hoped that. d(Ily's mieeting wouldl lead .ito ouec grieat advantiiages, anld lhe the Olllcaili of doing awlay with some of the disabiilti:; untlder which they labour ed. Vii'iouiis causes lihad rendered it. absolutely inecessa;iry for fairmers to co-...

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DISTRICT NEWS BOORHAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

1)IST-RICT1- NE MS-XT IBOOI-HAMAN, The Progress; Aoociation held ai sliccoHful ellchrle party aid' dtnce last Friday, w\hen a faiir aIr'ginl of profit resullted. A lceeting of iithe Association will he held on Sanur iday night to pil'Vi'nt the balance sheet. The guthealnia's tand ladies' prizes were woni respectively by y Mr. P. l'i3lena (undefelated), alid Miss Soyniour, the hioloy iprizes going to Miss Dllddo (Illthcrglca) and Mr, Martin Minogue, Dancing was commenced at 11 ,m,, Mr, P, O'Dllrien icting as M.C. Music was suppllied by Messrs Col vin, Griflin, 'Mcl)onald and others, Refreshmoents were served by the lad. fes, amongst whom were 1lIodamos Everitt and Francis and Misses Day llss and {\ndorson, Boorhaman tennis toam will pro bably visit Killawarra on Baturday next to play another match against the Killawarra district, The rainfall for the month has been as follows:-7th, 21 points;. 9th, 11, 10th, 8; 11th, 6; 12th, 9.-Total, 55 points. BOWMANS, The usul,' monthly meeting o...

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DEATH OF MR. ANDREW BARRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

DEATH OF MR, ANDREW BARRIE. -----+--- The death occurred at an early hour on Saturday morning of Mr. Andrew Barrie, a widely known and popular figure in the Milawa dis trict for over lifty years. Two weeks ago Mr. Barrie took ill, and was attended by Dr, McLny, On Wednes day the patient was removed to Nurse Newton's private hospital, but despite careful medical and nursing attention he gradually sank, passing peacefully away a few minutes after midnight on Saturday. Thec cause of ileath was heart failure. The late Mr. Barrie was born at Kirkconnoll, Dumirieshire, Scotland, in 1837, and was therefore 'u7 years of age, He arrived ini Victoria in 1857, and soon after came to the Oxley district.' In 1861 he married Miss Jane. Reid, and they went to live on a property at Hurdle CreeK, now owned by Mr. John Jon1s, where for seventeen years Mr, Barrie followed farming with a fair amount of success, Considering that there was a good opening for a bakery business in the Oxley district, heodo...

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CO-OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 15 July 1914

CO-OPERATION. ---+ --4 The movement started at Moyhu on Saturday afternoon will have an edu cational efflect, but something more is wanted to spread the benefits of co-operation, The growth of the co operative spirit in these districts is saown by the poor support now given to proprietary companies, com* 'pared with that ten years ago, 2itill, there should not be a single cart in the district that is not in the ser. vice of the co-operative companies, We notice that the Oalifornian fruit. growers were cited by one speaker in support of co-operation; but we need not go further than Mildura for proof of the transformation wrought by the united marketing of fruit. In Californal the fruitgrowers were at the mercy of the city agents, as the fruit growers of Victoria are at this moment in Melbourne, The Cal ifornia b'ruitgrowers Exchange daow has in its membership three-fourths of the citrus growers of tao Pacific Mlope. Their central agency now mnariets an annual product of o,UOU,000O uo...

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DISTRICT NEWS BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 July 1914

9DIST'f'1I(Y1T N IrWS BEECHWORTH, At the meeting of Colanittee of the Ovens District Ilosiitail, the col lootor reported tlat thoe Wangaratta Tin Kan Band ,per Mr.', 1', , Le, had handed in £10 6s 9dI as profilt from the concort given in Dcclh worth, A vote of thanks was ac corded Mr, T, H, Lee, and the col lector was lnstructetd to communi cate with Mr, Leo'e a to a recom mendation for appointing a lifo subl scriber. The leechworth Golf Club hold their first opehl tournament, which is being very well patronisod Iy loml of the surroandlng clubs, on 'the 17th and 18th Iast, The entrios to hand comprise 22 players from Wangaratta, 'tw6 from Deaalla, one 'rom Yackandandah, aind a nullmlber from Chlltern, The Ovens District Hospital has a dleilt balance of £1829, EVERTON, On Monday night a nnmlber of rc sl(dnts assenmblled at "Hlighllehl," the residence of Mr, All. Bennett, for the purpose of tendering a fare well to Mr. H. Youlden, teacher hi chai'ge of thle Upper Everton State School,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 July 1914

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 July 1914

SPORTING NOTES, The Albury Iacing 011u1 haI Ill lotted ,3C0 In prlonmoney for Its ,Show meoting (two days),. Positano has 30 rcpresentatlvos, and Malster 18 ill the next Mel. 0bourne Cup, l'osltano hlas already supplield four winners of that race; lamnoly, Lord CardlIgan, Peosedon, Lord Nolan, and Piastre, while Ala. ,a, 4i rnnlllig seColld to PrLincO Foote, In 1909, has done boest; o[ lilly ol-,lalster's progeny, Mmr, P; 'Whitty has arrived alt Cor own with Uncle Sam, Nowborry anll Sa'anilh Alfred Heler, aged 30 years, While ridlin a hiorso on tile GIlgandrlracc Coillse on -uhlday monlrlglig tlalled a broken leg. Thlis is the thirty nlith" time IHIllcr ias Ihad linmbs blrokel, nlot coilnllitil lingors or ribs, -lltii of which live boeen lbrokcii a il(ll(ber of tlmc?,

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WANGARATTA TURF CLUB TWO DAYS SHOW MEETING. PRIZEMONEY FIXED AT £224. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 July 1914

WANGARATTA TURF CLUB 'IWO l)AYS SH-lOW MIETI.NG. PIIIIEMONIEY FIXED AT £224, A mooting of the Commlttoo of the' Wangaratta Ttrf 0lub was gold at' the Council Olu\b Hotel on Tllursday night for the purpose of ramiing the programme for the September Show Race Meoting, The Proshlont, Mr. G, Maxwell, occupied the chair; and others prcesent woro--Drs, I11, J, Mc Oardel and W, Doc'er, Messrs N, R. LivingR W. Oa~llandoi·;I, R.Manloy, G., Dockolndorii, J, J.i Tlonguo, N, T. Skehan,' W. Maxwell A, Clomonts, and T. Prentice, The Chairman stated that when the Club applied to the VR.,, for two days for the Show mneetilg it: only did so for the purpose of secur-. ing the dates, It now remained with the meeting to .say whether or not thqy would race on the two days. Dr, Docker, Presilont of the Trot ting Club, sail that last. year his Club hold a mooting on the Friday in Show week, There was a prolios al that the Trotting Club should hold its Spring mooting in October. The Qhairman said he wo\ild...

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LIBERAL RALLY AT MOYHU. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 July 1914

LIBERAL RALLY AT MOYHU. '[he anniversary of the foundation of the hranch of tihe l'eople's Party was hold in Mr, U, Schulz's I-lall, lioyhu, on Tucsday evening last. Mr, IF. J, Byrne, the Prosldent, 'occupied the chair, and associated with him on the platform were Mrs W. Lewis, President of the A.W.N.L., also Mrs BMoody, and Mr, Monzies, of . Mol bourne, and Mr, Potts, organiser of the party, There was a large at tondance and the speeches wero list 'ened to with wrapt attention, adrs Moody is an excellent plat form speaker, who hns her subject at heart and also at her lingers' ends, Mr. Monzcies also delivered a forcihle speech in his adlvocacy . of. the dhhoral policy, as did also Mr, Potts, organlser of the People's Party, Each speaker omphasised the fact that we were approaching a great crisis, the greatest that thlis young nation of ours had had to face and it behoved liberals to sink all party fooling ;and go to the polls on the 5th Septemhor with a fixed doterminatlon to retur...

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THE FEDERAL CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 July 1914

THE FEI)EBIAfL 0t1VIIAiGPl( Iii. litt~lit t(tl()lk at etu.tlihiafl~ e , f ht Wottae tlul' .Nfti 'u M~o~ ud, iflt I me|etunlge til WVt igar tta ith? tI ,,l tl(l fit) lt letj tl ill |Iiis t ,i tt| s tltL paigll \,'t,?stC eflilXti will be the Ass4 truliall Ibtllot ctm thre 5thi S l,Clittl~ cr, ,Mlr. l-luine C:ook, whlo hlok?i; t?( ytiilthq ful, has had twetlty year?S' exjterieuCe of Victorian I ind Austratlitin litilitical life, was a leatling dehateer in the Stlate PIatllimen t, nitd SeCretary to the Government in the Federal Par liament, H-ic is also a trusted mem her of the Board of the Australian Natives' Association and was its President. 'His address on Thurs day evening was a sound and true statement of the political issue as it appears to Liberal eyes, The con densed report in another column gives some idea of his gift *of clear exposition-a very valuable faculty in dealing with Federal questionstln der Party government, For injtance: "'Under Lahour rule the expenditure has Inc...

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AUSTRALIA'S FIRST AERIAL MAIL. MELBOURNE TO SYDNEY. M. GUILLAUX AT WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 July 1914

AUW'fIIALIA'B L'IRBT IEIAL MAIL, MI?l llhtjlItNE TI(. ?3YJJNEY. Al, tiA]IlAlAIX AT WA~q(IAltA'I"'TA, Th(w it:iV;i that 1,(l Ijillaulx, thle J?'l'ell(~\'hr c·tclc'ltll :i,'()lll(i lll: (.I,? Wall'iL. r~tt.a, ree ,?i"hi,? ?,tJpl~llg b~c ,i oa c~f llwl I(?t('?!f'clrb ILuli g ll, ill t Thlll'l iJtitlil I' l iif'l i Alel , 4Il( 3iicV,'it, palid -a I'cl, w it I I :i?c hiIlly' 20Wl l lii otl f i:y ti- \lil i ( ijiol[y :fi'llili, til e ,i.i 'tillll iU:i IJyl it jl ii C?ii I i tliy' ltl ' h ll ifth i; l' t hf villl ; I ,ii ,c i c ullir li cew lly llell [ ii thl li e iv iliniil ti o o i nJlt liP-,a i ill lc ti , toll i ol'gthe iitaljeeticil ly li , ioflc oIll t il or feet t ll, llti l he cltjnlIc l?( ce y i opth (phsitre il'o tile Ill ;dil . jll rC W Ilell ili 11 hC~ltflll- h VC jlllg l~a l l'lVCii lt, fwirty 0310)wingt birdlilijiag 111(1 thenl the: therl hol ilowl ci rled'l [IcllIlli: (olvei, (the[( illids ofhel'l peo.plr, 1i1h1 lltlldl~l itrouto 20 yar~ds fromn tile signal tire, 'ro those w...

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WATTS, TURNBULL & CO. WANGARATTA MARKET. Thursday, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 July 1914

WA2'TS, TURNLJULL ? 00, WANGARATTA MARKET, Thursday, July 16, Watts, Turnbull and Co, "report having held their usual fortnlghtly sheep and cattle maraet on Thurs dat last, when they had a big yard ing of all classes of cattle, Tne at tendancu of buyers was again good, and with the exception of two pens we disposed of everything. Fat Oat tle,--Prices were hardly as good as those ruling last marset, We sold bullocks to £12;, heifers a/c Mr, Jas, Mlarks £t415s .to £6, purchased by Mr. Nicolson, of Benalla; hollers a/c Mr. J, A, Atkinson to £5 Is, and smaller hcufers a/c several owners to £5s 5s, Fat Sheep,--Another good yarding of prime heavy and medium iunlity owes and wethers. Prices of brimo heavy sheep receded fully 2s 6d a bead, and medium quality 2s. Lambs also were easier. We sold prime heavy xbred ewes a/c Mr, A, J, Dunkloy at 26s, purchased by Messrs Newsy and Molony; prime pet sheep a/c Mr, Levi Holt made 232s 3d to 31s Gd, purchased by Mes srs Newoy and Molon?; prime heavy ...

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Late Cable News THE SMITH—CARPENTIER FIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 July 1914

L te Cable hn [FROM REUTER.J TNIE SMIITH-OAIIENT'INI EII FIGHT Our late cablos last night r,,lort fully the boxing contest beotwltn Goorges Carpentler, tho young I,"reracrh champion, and Gunboat Smith, til,. Aorlcan, took placo at the (Olym l)la on Thursday night boire 14,00 people, The fight was spoilt In .the sixth' round, when Carpontlcr ac ,ldentally foll on his knees and Smnltb ran In and dellvrod a blow on the Frenchman's neck.' Tho roefreo, EugeUgne Corri, thereupon declaroe! CarpentIer the wlnner on a foul. The crowd was so hostile to Smith that he was forced to leave tho ring. The 'assomblage included numerous peers, mombors of tho House of Commons, Amorican Sonators, and professional and social notabillties. At the lsley riflo niceting the Australian's havo won thie Macku non Cup, 10 shots at 800, 900 and 1000 yards,, England nwas socond, and ScotlInd third. R,. W. Alston, of Corowa, was thIrd highest scorer for Australia,, making 181. McAlis ter was top with 187,

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DOIG & VALLENDER WANGARATTA MARKET. Thursday, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 July 1914

DOIG & VALLENDER WANGARATTA MAIIKET. Thursday, July 16, Mcssrs Doig anti Vallender report: A iair yarding of fat and store cat tie, and a heavy supply of fat and stored sheep. Fat cattle ruledi about thle same as last market, whllitt stores were slightly easier, Fat sheep met with a very indilereont sale, stores also being hard to quit; we do not anticipate much life in the store market until good rains fall. We sold.--Fat Cattle.- Cows a/c P. M. 2eymour £5 to £5 u7s; vealers a/c Byrne Bros. £2; hullocks a/c 14. Roche £8 15s; cows a/c F. Harris, jnr., £5 19s, Stores--Bul locks, 21 years old, a/c M. O'Keeffi £3 1Is to £4 1Os; a/c Mrs Annesley steers ,3 ls; peddles 15s; a/c R, McDonald poddles '£1 2s; springers a/c R. O'Keefle £2 16s; a/c James Marks £5 5s. Sheep.--Wethers a/c L. Morrison 15s 3d; a/c R. Marks 188 2d; a/e A, J, Dunkley £1 3s; a/c ,iW, T. Doig £1 Os 3d; a/c Mr. Keogh iSs 6d; a/c Alex Prentice 22s Gd; lambs a/c J, W, Woods 17s; a/c L, Morrison 15e; a/c Dujee Gard...

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GAMES TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 July 1914

GAMES TOURNAMENT, This tour-inament hs - loV r?achdm a very interesting stage, the pos8: tion of teams being entirely altered, as compared with hast wcek's play, Tlre Druids wore on Thursday night defeated hy the A,N,A, by 11 games to 11; while the Oddfollows easily nccouantet for tho Hibernian A, team, scoring 17 games to 8, On Mlonday last the Foresters scored 14 games against the Hlbernlan 13. teams' 11 games.

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MYRTLEFORD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 July 1914

ilng their fortluihltly Iunuriket nt, t.tiui. Iyrtlefuurl yanl' uu ii \VulluWtudaiay, 15th i1slt,, whuci('n1 Lucy huau ut I yal() t yardiluig i?f fat. unt(rk, ti, a full atten~dan|c if[ bllyciuu;' I)l',t?..s werte'l giiuiil( mit( we cf lectedl a tuital clernunuce oil f nul rtucl yAnuidcul, ,?munin~e)..-ltust sold n/c! Mc. T,' Kelly 2Ss (;m1iun?l 25rs; a/c M~r. ,J J, (hlilulujdl to 25m hii; severi'ul lucius 17s ilu to 21m 2d1. lllocks, light weigitu £8 18s, ,£'8 17s, £7 7s uld toi ,e(; tuH tkl; cows ,£1 t1s to £5 12m; best hlelfers to £5 1us; yonimg caittle itt lull ruling rates.

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POSITIONS OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 July 1914

POSITIONS OF OlUB8, Woi, Lost, Games Druids .,,," :., 3 4 91 A,N,A ...... 3 4 90' I-libcnians 1 ... 4 3 88 Foresters.,,,. 4 3 "88 ' Odd fellows ... 4 3 87 lIihcrnlaus A, ... 3 4 82

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EVANS & LANGLANDS WANGARATTA MARKET. Thursday, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 July 1914

EVANS & LANGLANDS WANGABATTA MARKE~T, Thursday, July 16, lEvans annd Langlands report hav lag held their usual fortnightly mar ket on Thursday last, as follows - Fat Sheep,--We had a good yarding of tat sheep in our yards, and dis posed of the bulk of our yartling lprlces nuich easier than last market; best wethers to 24s, sold a/e Mr, B, Marks; a/e Mr. G, Thomas to 24s'; merino wethers a/c Mr. A, Dunkley 22s 6d; a/e Mr. M. Walsh 20sg9d; ewes sohl a/c. Mr. D)unkley 22s Gd; a/e Messrs Ferguson Bros. 19s lid; lambs a/e Mr. T, Spink to 19s 3d; a/e Mr, T. Reourko ls. Store Sheep, --We had a good yarding and prices for all classes all round were much easier; a line of mixed dged ewes and lambs to 23s Gd; aged ewes 14s; weanors 14s 8(1 to i1s lid, Fat Oattlo,--We argain had a *very good yarding of nice quallity Iullocks, cows and hoifers, best bullocks by the pens £11 15s, £11 8s, Lii 2 s 6d; liightcl weighlt Ihullh kH 8 5itt tt ,0l0 lt;e; let of pt tite qauality tctwe ((11( a/u A...

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