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Important to Every Woman MRS M. P. STEWART. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
Important to Every Woman MIRS AI. P. TE\WART, of tho 1ioadquarltor Stall oi "T'HI1 IIAI)IlS' COIIIE()h OF IAJllALTII," 416 Ellizaboth Strout, Muollourno, will vihit W\aInr111ott0 on thu fourth Mon dtly of cOlchl 1o011th, anti a llny ho co. iultdl lit the F!'lIIJl IAIlhliltY, froti 1. 10oo11 till i p.m. lvery wo man who ol the \'vlctilt of ill-health or who ifn t.hrllatlcln with a critical operattion, ltld ovury wifo who halo beo?n tlittulppuintud ill her dceiro to lill the noble InitlOion of miothorhood, lhould ooek e he ukillul advicu of MrII itlowlart, who in the only lady vilit ing Wiang\all?ratta, authoritted to top ply U)r. D. M. t-oonley'n celobrated (ra?go lily 1llll0 TretllltUllt. Tho?o who canIlot call IlcrCr inall ly are't i. vitedl to cold 21d for out ageu o o u pIartmelnt 13, ladliclt' (ollego of IHeoalth, 16 Illizaboth ttroetl;, Mol bourne, for 0I free coy of "WomIin'uIl Qulido to llalth," It book which every woan llllllloullld plOlllleu.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
U. J. Al?lIIN, Barrister and Solicitor, REID STli'ET, WANCGAItAl'TA, Moneys to Iend on I,eaetehold and Freehold, and all other fornim of scurlitlea at lowveNt rateti of intereeOt. NOTCU'"TT & P1IiiltiTOK, Barristers and ol licitorn, 141D STrhIEIT, WAN(AAtATTA, Mr. 'T, F. Noteutt., a Comniun?lioner for taking allldaviti:; Mr. F. (, l'nr brick., Trust and other Moneyn to Iend at Lowest Rates. CHAS. II. SUIlMMERS, A.RV.I.A, AROHIITIEC3T, Faithuttl ttroot, Wangaratta, JASPllR IHUlUIIAND, U,A,, L.L,B,, Barrister and Solicitor, REID SHTREET, WANGARIATTA, II. A. MUliDlGClI, BARRIISTERI & SOl101ITOR, REID STIIEIET, WANGARATTA. Commissloner for taking Aitldavits. Moneys to I.end at lowest rates. T'HOMAS OGRAllAM, B.L,, BARRIISTlU'1'R &, OI01OITOR. The firm of Grahal n and Mawdoch having been dietolved, Mr. (?asham will continue hueiincurs in Chambers in Commercial Dluihlings, Reid Street. Money, are awaiting Investment at Currsot rates. DANIEL J. CONNELL, Barrister an...
PROCLAIMING A MILK AREA. BUTTER INDUSTRY NEEDS SAFEGUARDING. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
PROCLAIMIIVNG A MIILK AREA, 4, BUTTER INDUIJSTRY NEEDI) SAFE GUARDING. Councillore of the Shire of Oxley had before the(m at their monthly meeting onil Saturday a letter from S. S. Canmeron, Director iepanrtmeint of Agriculture, tating tlhat the lior ouillh of Waingarltta is alhout to I be proclaimed It Milk Area under the Milk atlnd Dairy Supervision Act. 1105, and the Ilroviyhionti of the Act will lie administereld by the Department. In view of the fact that all farina nup plying milk to the lBoroulgh will Ic comeiii lpairt of the Milk Area, and that the Shlire of Oxley is contiguous to the Borough of W\angaratli, he witih-. cml to kinow if the council wial favor able to the Shire heing lproclaiimedl a nmunicilpal district undcir the Act. If desired an illicer of the Diepartmllentl would atitend a council miieeting alnl explain the proviciolmn and pirincililcu of thhe admlinistration. Cr. A. 11 Smith isaid the matter \wari one of iimportancl e to the (liire rallepaiyersi, but lorl...
AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC FEDERATION. EDUCATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
AUSTRALItAW (AATIOLIC FED-1) ERATION. ENl) UATION (QIUJSTION, AMr. N. J. Illaye:t, organiser of the Aulstrllian Catholic Federation, ad tlersed the colgregationt at St. Patrick'n liomain C(atholic C(hurch, WanIgarattia, after Alastt on Sunday, and alco in ;Lt. Patrick'a IHall in the evening,. Mrl,. l1ayeit referred at length t.o tihe fCatholic 'tederationt of America, ,n;g;latnd, (Icrttany, tand the great work they had accoinplisled, Iie taid tlha t the A.CF. was making wonder ful progress 1through the continent and New 'Zealand. In Victoria there were 51 Itraniche?;; in New South \Walets over I1?0 ) rIanclhe? had been formed, antd is the other Sitatea and New Ze:liad it wlas; establilshed or in the courue of estahlidunient. It wttn tintieipatetd that in the course of a few montlhs thie (.atholict of Autttlotal s;it woultl the represented by nilt Atut;raliatn executive, which could ,l t on lelhatlf of over o(te nmillion Catiholicn, hirN, layet ttaid the FI l d eratliot \wait not ott...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
4GENERAL NEWS. Aiiurd and annoying acts have lately puzzled the Sydney police, who are anxious to discover whether the perpletrtator is a lunatic or a prac tical joker. Oil Monday the person tellephoned to an undertaker to call on i woman reiding at I)Darlitg hurist to take the mlteitilltilemnt l of her hut iiand'I body for a collin. 'l'he un~lderitaki' ;rriveid, and found the hu:iiaid eating hii: lunch. Later, 12 taxicab; at'riv led at the atine oliuie, the drivers; itayitig that they had Ieein ilntruetelt to go to the ho(1t;e for paieticgeri. The ri,;ideti had lino tiootner turned the driver:; away than it lady front ai iluritit'e aihop arriv(ed with Ini explelniiive bouquetcL, t( Ie paid for on delivery. Uther biiseiiie people ailh received uiiiattthorisedi mtefatteitgec oil the tciliihne to call at thii honte. About 5000 acrii' were unidter tillage thi; year at North ci;oodliiindi, Stawm. ell di',trict, where thelre re 23 t;hare fatriert?;. Iaire tingu it; till goingi oi, 31 har...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
The \Alhary \ooil and l'roduce Itiolcernl report holding the usual m0ont0hly alec of butcher;' anld ta tion produlce oil taove date. l? eup Skin-;,-- ,I ,11 oliered. U ?t o tattions: A few oulllnd full - wool; nlmate 7;'d pter Il.; datlad Gi to to ;id; Ihe?, xhred pelts, well growl;, 5~d to 5''d; lort, ..1itd to 5d; hl?st lmerino pll elt; 'ld to 4"d; hare pelts to i?tl; dam aged 3d to 3id. lIauib elfin;: tatt xbred 62d to 7d; rough and diamnaged 5dtl to Gd. Lincoln pelts 5,d to 5,d. Ilidet.--5-tO offered. Ic;t, butcihert' hides 71d, to 72t; for tedlitn and heavy weightts;; 7d and i Id for light weiglhtH; dfamaged "i d to G(;; dry hidest to dtl; calf thkiln; to I?l for counid and light; datmn;tge to 5it. '['allow.-- .The catalogue cone;i;tcd of about 18 tont. 1e?ist Ibutcher;' tal low in pipes, to C25 I Gtd; inferior taid ditcolotturd, C22 .10St to C23 10; tins and otltlniaits .20J 5;;. Flnrt;,--Tiel' ofteri ng t were mll, a; its usu;al dutring the tntnoter month);, :ad the qulalitty...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
UCIJACK B''114'V'I', WANGUAlIATT'A. MISlS KA''IIII1EEN GILMOlRE ;;lecial] attention it being paid to the gInleral Comfort of patient(, Whorouly lace (Club IA t I ', M NII'IN 0. F(Ill)A\'Y, ,'EllllUAlY 6th, 1914. IlProcedt ill aid of inll)rovemellnts at Myrtloford 1'reuhbytery. Progrt1111111e: 1. MAI)I)N PI1ATI, C6; £1 out of oi IIlue t1 o to 0iccontl hoeso; 5 futr.l \V.F,A. ont. 4,i, To lart 1.30. ;. IIANDI'AI' PONY IlAUN, 14,3 LII,0, 10 lIovl., 2 hoyt) out of itakl to igo to tllcolld hortlo, 1 fllr. Nom0, diln, accept. ,4e, T'o Itrlt 2.15. 3, W110110IIIY 11iAN)ICA,', 10 nov1 l( 3ove, oult of 11ta10 t.o go to CWecondl hor1t0, 8 l1ir. No)l. 4t1, accept. 4(, '1To ))t111, 3,15. 4, \Yll/i',lt IIACK lIAhl'] (1landl c0ip), 7 uovl., I uov, out of lltakic to go? to liclcond hortlo, Ful holllecl thallt have not woIlln oro than 5 ((ovI. Alinillnua weight 8it.., 5 frll. Noll, Ol. To utlrt 4 plu. 5, VH,YIN(U IiANICIAPI, 8 IiOVlI., 1 llov, ouIt of tlllake to Io o cItc ohd 1o01130, 6 fur. Noun. 3...
OXLEY SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
OXLEY SHIRE COUNCIL. Tho IMonthhly metaing of the Oxley Shire ( huucill twin held oil Hiaturday. The Plresident, Cr. .1. T'. Gibb, oc. cllpied the chair, nil other1 preIent111 were-t',ri. A. 11. if I lith, 1). Gardner, R. Cook, 1). Wyllie, J. 1 lunning, It. S. Milne 1 1and 11 1mih, t'r. lI, accident. C I' 't;i ell' )NI)i1N('i , lFrom th pLrtinIet( of 'ublic W'rktl, 1o propound dt,\iation of lIoae hive(r goiLd t111 (111 l tl e I. tll , 1 f111, ia ing that if the road i ftul em iletllil 1111rK is carol ed out, ;1rliill y w'(Il 11111e Ittd Iandl e lh L2toaul provide1d 11fr when the .'t'oi\ land li hiellttg dealt, wit h, They deltire l the ot u ifl to follrw ll' a ll in' h llladh'til lapproxi.iatel'ly the Col 'se ofI the iro l'ul tlhat it ilt ay be noted on (l ll' l plllll'l of thll Illll l Dtelitltentllll , i , (o k t?,i d l t.hey hould a1 k ff r l iolintT , M.I1,,A. to keep the Itt e1 beforo the tup:u'l. 1mn 1(n.--j?11n1ll 'tler to tpI l111 i the pll i11 required. 'lFrom lo;er 111 ' t...
STOCK MARKET BUOY[?]T. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
STOCK MAIRKET BUOY ,..T. Tho stock markets wre, very buoy ant to-day, especially in respect to gilt-odged securities. The ihniediate canse of the improved tone in the cheapness of ?toney, Most Colonial UGovernment stocks advanced by .L. Conrsols closed it Ci3 15. The New South Walc .£3,000,0U0 loan, itnued recently, \Vasi quhotcd at one premium, and the Victorian lone at 3 prentium.
Late Cable News SOUTH AFRICAN STRIKE. MEN GOING BACK. JOHANNESBURG, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
V --- - [FROIM REUTER.] SOUi'l'Il AIIRICAN H8l'llEIhX. M, NN WU)IN(I IACK. IOHIANNEI'?ill(i, Monday Night. 'Twoi hntdred railway men signed o?l It. thermi;tou, to-day for duty, and a l:'lge! IIIu her of tld'iklert r'! nttimed t liatmf(nteit' , wlre t mllletinlg lof th, nutu decided in favour of it g?el 'rll retntll tion (I Tuesday.[ A L feti me 1re i r';hling it, )l'ltn, 11'lt 0'c are ;till out there. Therei is no tugtgetion that the ii rikeri at, 1)Irhali have anyll intention to return t lil Ithll acting rtaY Of t 'fite poek-n tlioln, the oImost quthowit n atlual mrov enrme d gurd i tillhe dpot craion of Tr ildi -'radll Hocietiev in Protoria at, a meeting held t his morning refused to return to wtork, In the afternoon the *police nrrestol the acting secretary of the ,'oderation, The week-end passed oi' most quiet ly at 13enonl. An armed guard is stilliposted at the Trades Hall.
SUMMER SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
SUMMER SESSION, In the old days, when members of Parliament weore representatives and not more waiters upon the Govern ment, a summer session was signall ed "Danger," Whether it was the frightful atmosphere of the badly ventilated House, the prolonged strain of the preceding session, or that they blamed the Government for not managing afflairs better, cer tain it is that every experienced Pre mier avoidedl it as he would a cer tain gentleman who shall be name less. Now, however, a courageous Premier can gaily plunge his follow ing into it with every hope of pull ing through. The session which opened yesterday is simply a clear ing up of unfinished business, arrest ed by the action of the Premier. Since then a salutary change has come over the Ministerial program me, It is now a Country program me, at least it was sd described in the lEssendon speech, As such we may believe that it will be welcom ed and carefully scrutinised by the Country Party, It cannot be enter ed upon until next...
DISTRICT NEWS MILAWA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
1)IT 11CiT N I4 WS MILAWA. A meeting of the veitry of t, 'aul 'i wl o held at the iprtl'nollage oi I'riday eveniing. The 11ev. C. 1. I;rown, MA 1., preided and there were present bletri 1 U, iMeAlicer, W. Acl;regolr, C. h. Floyd, 1l, Welling ton, Wi J. Iouwelli, J, J, Kennedy, V. Mcllmiald, J, Nteuth, G. Wood Ib rry, i , ('ro:; ,i, . 1). ( 1.T a1s1 , hol, : retary. l 'T Ii l 'inlcipl.ll IlluilU(': brou=lhlt, forward Waitt in regard to relair:; to the l 'arsoo Ayll, Mu'. J. ), ('o?ozrn reported having inhtructe', iMrL) I)rlllllllOuld to Calrry oullt lioIle urgent repair' alt t.h1 re' e|.lnt of tih tenant (i r'. W. J, . 11.uhn )0. It wati re?ol,'ed to hil t. he prellis.t tho(roulhly rouvalt(ed and the workj \vali 3,t11lted1 t to Mrt, A. C. [1)runl lOndto The t'ecretary reporo'.d having had blindtl placed on vwlndowu at (lho liirea elnd of church and other ill lpro"etiiaciti cilected at a coit of ,12: IC.", '1Th Miilawa cricket cllub Iprolpote to htIld t ciuchie party anid dlnllco oI 1...
VICTORIAN LOAN TRIUMPH. FULLY SUBSCRIBED BY PUBLIC. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
VICTORIAN LOAN TRIUMPH, . FULLY SUBSORIDED BY PUBLIO. LONDON, Monday Night, The Victorian 4 pr cent, loan of C1,000,000 issued at £97 haes been a complete success. In marked con trast to , other recent Australian loans, which have largely fallen on Ihe ounderwriters, the Victorian is cue hai been fully subscribed by the generatd l) ublic,
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
SPORTING NOTES, On Wednesday, February 18, the Springtlhurnt t Itcing (lub will hold its LIanttutl race meetillng. MAl. J. O'Jrien is seclretary, and Mr. J. 'T'anner handmmicapper., The lIarmtonist mmare, Oum' Mica Gibbs, will he trained in future by Fred [loyted, at Wangaratta. IIerb. McCoy (Australia) out-point ed Alatt \'elle (Englamndl) at the Sydney Stadium on Saturday night. George (Irey (Australia) defeated T''oln lIeece (lbnghold) in Londton in ta billinard match 18,000 up. (Grey went outl when l lece (rec. 2000) watn eon, the preselt lho l er of the title, and t'rank Moratt. Th'l'e contest will ptrotbattbly take place on the evening of the race for the (irand Prix tie Paris, which itt invar'iably runt on the Iast ;.tunlday in June. Johnson receive?et C6(000 wniii, lose tor draw, attld in addtlitioi geIt; :1000 for expensNe, while Moron receiveqs 000, The. pftre it being providedl by three Ant et'iettn mtillionati'el.
THIEVES EMPLOY PYTHON. INGENIOUS PLAN FAILS. BERLIN, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
THIEVES EMPLOY PYTHON. INGENIOUS PLAN FAILS, ]BERLIN, Monday Night. A highly ingenious, but unsucccss ful, attempt to rob two, Englishmen of a quantity of valuable jewellory, was made to-day in a hotel at Mun ich. The Englishmen, who wcre reputed to possess jowels worth £20,000, took rooms in a local hotel, and a party of Russians and Norwegian thieves engaged an adjoining room. The thieves attempted to introduce a half-starved python into the Eng lismnon's room, hoping to securo the jewels, during the panic which they calculated' would follow the ap poaranco of thoe reptile, Unfortunately for the thieves, bow ever, the plan did not work out as they had anticipated, and both enon and python were captured.