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VALUE OF ADVERTISING [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914

VALUE OF ADVERITISING 144tl1 Inot44 11 n m41141 444O4)y o 1d1ri', 14 Ireenelngl 4 over ,iL.' O wer{' rl4c4ve4t'td 4fron1 . hou4e4 ill Hirll y Ilill1, Vyd n 4ey, (44 '.'hn 1n4r1 day aft.erl444o tn, when I4,'lo e 4t44 \V4n 4 l1er 4lll 14~ lPl'('4 I 44)ok1 I into cotlttody n minhdhl a(ed mant who says? he hails froml 1,nglhnd, 1 14for 14 memt o t:,na 4 Il?ll e\('l'4 il4l llt44 ll tl, whhch are ?ttid tto havte hevt uet'lt OVer 1from Sydliy, 4 14ve 11 en E lppe1l ri4 g i4 . new1lsJpct]r l inll Adehlide1, MlCIo4lurn4 (Hnd l-holbart1 , o(lering th14 lu4blic ten yards of wa4hing 4 ilk, 1 which, it was said, woulld 11e sent freight free to any plart of Aultralia 0 the ?OceOl)t of half-a-crown, Several days,ago, the Ohief of Pol-. leo at Adelaide commlunicated with Superintendent Rocho, oe1 Sydney, on the subject, and as a result, Detec tives Walker and Pearce were told off to investigate, They went to an office in Pitt street, Sydney, interviewed the eten ant, and took chargo of several hun ...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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LAMP CAPSIZED. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914

LAMP CAPSI'LEDI). At dawn on 'I'unesday morning the homestead of My. l'atullo, farmelr, of Warragul, itunted a mile from the town, on li~lrndy Creek road, was burned down. MIr. Patullo roi~ early with aIII view to tartinJg hiar vesting openatioi;, ?ad wau cirrlying a light through thle hoteo when lhe trippl)led and Cailize cd the lamp onl inflammnable ninterial. On the alhmn being given the brigade tinrned out, but the builtling wai practically de molished before the liremcen could reach the sipot. Only a few article' of furnitutre were iaved, and these suffered from hastty removal.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914

IV have a large tlollltnt o01 Monoy to ILntod ut lowv(nt cur. rent rttne?, ill Inrgo nd tilall auollo j on COIIN'I'It?y IANIl, for n tono ol 3, 8, 4, b or' / yenAt'e, with the op tion o( 'udtictin prhtcljitl if re. qulred, i'tll pttnticutlo l tndl all in. torMatlon from Mcl. Vt) Y (0.),, 1l Market ttroeet, biolbourn~. NE~W S Hip; - Reducing I and I Slender SForm, S for Fit, Style, S Comfort and Quality Sare unsur, passed. Prices from 5s lid, You will realise this after being fitted with one of HAHNP'S Latest IVlodels tllle ·ll till~lijCLe ti-·- ·····.t Co ( S E't. The Simp ) lest and most $d Effec tive fasten ing .._ ever S knOWn. "One Stud in . stead of 'r · Five." Cail b(h i i 01 oludil Of in oic-fifthlt o 1 e l iiIe it a- 11 fssa,'y 1o01',h( or(tl1 I, y Corset, It is I I)oo0 1o0, whichi oul womerlddl hive bcen wait NO1LRTiiillU4 S N Ollt'iq [,1?Af;'l' l';I l tl (o-Operate Socidy i WANGAIrATTA. BULL'S HEAM) HOTEL [JNIf)Fi NINIW MANAGWM1i¶ENT. J, IIUBLIE1RP MIASON (Ilalto ol WillIn...

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Late State News MINISTERIAL SEATS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914

MINIS'TERIAI1 HEATS, MILBOUIIINE, TIueaday Night. Nominations clotied to-day for the seats in the LegiMlative Aueembly that have bCcomle vacant owing to Imemlbers hlving accepted por'tfol0iOn in the Watt Mini, atry. The following candidatet were nominated: . ALLEN iAALN. I'IlACOlCK, sl1 ALEXANDEPI J.AMIS, legal managltller, Cres wick. IIO(aIING, M'HIA ,., Fa rquhar, Wallap, Larmiaer. HIU'TCIIINSON, Williami, l!ant Mal vern, llandowlner. CASTLEMIAINN AND MAhlI)ON, IAWVSON, lharry Sutherland Wlgiht man, halnrrister. ESHENI ON. WATT, Williain Alexander, Park Street, Mooneo l'onitlda, merchant, KEANE, Frantk, 15 Vlctoria Street, Coburg, woodworker. iPRA IRAN. MAOKINNON, 1)onald, of Ackland Street, South Yarra, harrieter. W\IEBBEI , William Henry, of 7 Argo Street, South Yarra, nec rio,(ry. WYARRNAMIOOL, MURIRAY, John, Manningtree Road, Hawthorn, gentleman.u

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THE ALLURING ADVERTISEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914

THE ALLURING ADVERTISEMENTI The advertisement which brought tho orders, was sent out by a re putable Sydney Advertising Agency, and' read as follows:--"10 yards of lsilk for 2/6d,--Oarrliage paid,- The Coylon Silk Co. have decided to make a special oiler to advertise their silks in Australia, to forward on receipt of postal order value 2/6 10 yards of their famous guaranteed pure washing silk, in fast colours, comprislng Ithe following:--White, cream, champagne, pale blue, saxo, navy, bIlack, resida, corise, velvet, rose ambeor, No more than 10 yards will be supplied to each person, State colour distinctly, and make a second choice to lirovent, disappointment. Order early as all orders will be executod in rotation, . This offer closes .on January 14, 1914, Please mention this paper when ordorilng,- Ceylon Silk Co,, Gentral Ohambeors, 173 Pitt street, Sydney."

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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ACCUSED BEFORE THE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914

ACoUSED BEFORE THE OURT.?? A man named Edward Peroy Lid dell, aged 57 years, was charged at the pCigo Court on Friday morning with having conspired to defraud several people of largo sums of money, The Crown alloged that an elabor ate fraudhad boon worked by moans of an advertisement appearing chief ly in country papors, in the name of the Ceylon Silk, Company, 173 Pitt street, Sydney, When the oflcers called at the address, nothing was found thero to show what business was being carried on. The officers visited Liddoll's house, and there found hisl wife surrounded by letters which she was opening, They con tained many postal notes for 2s Gd each. A mall bag for one delivery included 809 letters, containing 1800 postal notes for 2s Gd each, h sum of £200 has beeoon recovered. Counsel for Liddoll said his client was a draper from Queensland, and had oxcolleht references, Accused was remanded until Janu ary 14, bail being fixed at $500,

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BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914

BILLIARDS. George Gray, of Australia, and STom Reece, the English professional, began their third game of 18,000 up last night, Gray is conceding his rival a start of 2000 points. When play ceased the scores were: Rfleece (receives 2000), 2865; Gray 1501, Gray's best breaks were 500 unfinished (498 off the rod), and 252 (all off the red), feece made 138 and .118, This match is the last of the three games, Gray won the first easily, but was beaten in the second by 525 points,

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THE ANTARCTIC. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914

THE ANTAROTIO. LONDON, Monday Night. A suggestion that an American ex ped!tion may compete with him does not worry Sir Ernest Shackleton, "The Antarctic regions," he says, "do not belong to me, If anything in the nature of a race takes place, I shall do my best to win." Many subscriptions towards the cost of Sir Ernest Bhackleton's ex podition are being received, ranging from four shillings upward.

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO WANGARATTA PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & C00 WVANGAlA'IVPA PIG MARKET, Flanagan, Newman and Co. report hiaving hield their opoening pig mile of the New Year at the yards, yeii terday, Ias follows:--Fat Pig.-- \We had a gout!td supply of fat pigtt, but, jricet all rolllld 14ho\we i dectided ldrlop Oi litV sille I, LI(id niN mlach niI 15t to 20s per head Wii+ noticeitle illn i n [ c;alsll(' l et ; bIutyeln' w','erlet c' tii )ljlo in e'd in ta i; t pirl lly iit i-t, tre i'ii., -A fV ir ,i upply lit i itor , whiii h ·ii Fjusl a iit htiII' ti, tuhe lricet lil linl I ul [ i iIiiil.l' uhf l it l l' ?, iii V teii., alia ii t lti, y C l ly L h atlgt wtiii lotiit alie. i' tit t hi t oltli i mi ri de .Iti t7u adt; iW h,'tn b2+ Ito 5ih; lig'hter ,15+ ii lhute id; tlucrat l ptlt t f t l uit lri p;riva t til I. t12,t Itd; ,oICd 9900r aes, put oin, ,ls;~ ot-her+; 271+ to 3.hi; het'; IHul'ki(l', to 13s: iid; tlhetr't- fl'Om Sn1 (;d. BT?I)NEY \Wt)(l, HA\Il,::? ..I the woul,? salt'+' ,ot .\lo ...

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BOMB THROWN. CALCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914

BOMD THROWN, CALOUTTA. In connection with the bomb out rage where it is stated that the police into whoso quarters the bomb was thrown were promlnent` in guarding Lord lardingo, the Viceroy. during his recent visit, Exports declare that the bomb was of a most dangerous kind, being charged with picrie acid, and loaded w.ith naills, besides being supplied with a delicately constructed deton ator. Despite the cars in construc tion, it failed to explode.

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OPPONENT FOR CARPENTIER. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914

OPPONlNT FOR OARPENTIflR. Mr. Fitzgerald, an Irish sportsman n?sociated with "Boss" Oroker, has ofored a purse of £200 for a match between Georges Oarpentier, the F~rench champoldn, and an Irish box or named Mogmorty. It Js stipulat ed that the contest should be decid ed at Dublin at an early date.

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Late Cable News BOXING. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914

[FROM RmlJTEl4.] BOXING, LONDON, Monday Night, "iombardlier" Wells has coveredl the deposit of £200 lodged by "Iandrman" Blake to bind a match bletwcen the two men next month. Wells states that ho Is ready to make the stake £I500, Details of the contest will be arranged on T'Ihurn day Uliake desiroed that the Ibout should take place at "'The Rling," hut it is probablo that the Opera I-Iouso will be decided on.

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DISTRICT SPORTING. BEECHWORTH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914

DISTRICT SPORTING. - 4 ]3EI?CHWtORTH [ IA.(liL ' EIOlet..' I'I1lCe \\ 1' l I' lhlt l . S;\\ TihCne races ac ce hl act I Na1' u Year's Day, but tiehis \l ' tu'c lla . The gate reciptas hocwed aI fllilag otl, being ,CI90 s agalnst. Itlit; for the same dlay ia 1913 II , }I. Ioy:tda'a Billy liIinwn, by (biarpurt-M1qtty Bawn, won the Maiden I late, T. O'Callaghaa l' i 't1 kv Star bei tg aaa' 0nd; evens the wianeta. Alba I'd nc won the Posy Race from ) . Ilit chens's Lord Argyle. The New Year Handicap wont to Polly irown, Lady 8kopos second, Only starters; 5 to 4 on winner, J. Byrne's Ittitox won the Trial, Andy Moore being the only other startor;' 4 to 1 on the winner. Glenda won the Pony Raeo, 14,2 a.u, , P. Hoystod's Wilder ness Maid, by Marcombe-Wilcannia, won the Welter Handicap, Devonler second; ovns winneor. ,B. Hoystoed's 8ale Shot woln the Flying Handicap, Miss Daphne 2; 4 to 1 on winnoer,

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TANGO JUDGED. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914

TANGO JUDGED. LONDON, Monday Night. A "Tango" matinee was given yes terday by the management of the Queen's Theatre, which invited lead ers of society who object to the tango dance to be present to watch the programme, Al variety of tango dances was given before a crowded audience, which, however, did not include the leading hostesses of London, Each spectator was asked to ex press his or her candid opinion. Of the cards collected, 21 declared that the tango was immodest, while 731 thought that.lt was not.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914

"I never slpent money which returned me such pleasure."-From the let tel of a country parent when paying the fees for his daughter at the M.L.C,. Methodist Ladies' College, HAWTHORN, President: Rev. W, H. Fitchett, BA,, L,.LDI), Head Master: Otto Krome, B,A, The ordinary Staft for 1914 includes Nine University Graduates. The IM.L.O. has been described as "a school with ideals": The Ideal of Physical Culture, with its natural reward of health, and the grace and efficiency which go with health, The Ideal of Domestic Training, fitting a girl for happy womanhood, The Ideal of Business Equipment, preparing a girl to earn her own livell hood. The Ideal of Preparlation for a University Course, so that a girl can en ter one of the professions. The Ideal of Social Culture, giving a knowledge of social duties and usages. The Ideal of Moral Training, so as to develop a pure and strong char acter. LIaboratory for BScience Students; Model Kitchen and Laundry for Do mestic Arts Department; Swimmi...

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CHURCHMEN IN CONFLICT. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914

0HUROHMEN IN CONFLIOT. LONDON, Monday Night, Gentlemen who have lived in native .territories are joining in the Kikuya controversy,. They state that many Ohristian converts become first bowildered by the teachings of the diflerent Protes tant clhurches, and then in despera tion leave the fold,

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CHILTERN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914

CHIHTIRN RAOBIS. First Day, Thursday.- Maiden Plato, Docker's Kuka 1, Noneover 2. Five starters. Won easily; 4 to 1 winner. Galloway Handicap.--Orim son Laneo 1, Coon Song 2. Chiltern Handicap.-O'Dwyer's Heatherton i, George Mac 2, Bell Mac 3. Five starters. Won by a length; 3 to 1 wainelr, • Trpa/l,--Baritoll 51 Foed Bluatt 2, Valloy IHaIdindlp,--Donni bt~late 1, Imlay 2. Highweight H?an dicap,--Barbird 1, Munro 2, Valfodr 3, Second Day,-Second Maldenh Plate, -Noneover (Hova Hata-The Nun), 1, Panguard 2, .Evens the owinner, Coon Song won the Galloway, A. O, Callander's Royal Shot being third, The Club Handicap was won by Munro, Elfboat second, George Mac 3, Evens winner, Baritoll account ed for the Railway Handicap, Irhorset being second; 6 to 4 winner, The Shorts Handicap wont to Will Mao, Docker's Huka finishing second; 3 to 1 winner. The Farewell Handicap was won by Wilderness Maid, George Mac 2, Volfodr 3. Four to 1 win nor, Safeshot fell, but neither horse nor rider (Hyland) w...

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TUNGAMAH SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914

TUNGAMAI-I SPORTS, The annual sports under the aus pices of the Tungamah Sports Ulub took place on i'hursday, There was a very largeo attendancb, the gate takings and grand stand re ceipts totalling about £90. A blo graph entertainment was held at night, when another £17 was taken at the gates, Results: .Sheotlield Handicop,--W, Robhnson, Yundool, 15)yds,, 1; A, KyIlin, Yar rawonga, ltyds,, 2; E, Kelly, Cob ram, 14yds., 3. Now Year's Gift, 75yds,.-A, J. P, Brennan, Ruthorglen, Syds., 1; W,. Robinson, 8yds,, a, Maiden; Plate.--J, Frawloy 1, A, t)oavis 2. Tug-ofl-War.-l-Hawthorn i, Boosoy 2, Gloenrowan competed but were d( teated by Hawthorn after a deotormin ed pull, Mr, F. Moore (Wangaratti) was in the broeecheon for Glenrowan, Log Saw~ng,--P, Rolf, Baddagin io, 1; 0. Colomblni, Cobram, .2, Log Ohop, 12in, green log,--J. Mc Lood 1, M, Mumford 2, Hurdle Race,--M, O'Kano 1, A. J. p, Brennan 2,. High Jump,--T, J, McGahan, Glen rowan, 1. The 'South and Port Mellbourno Thistle Society's ...

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RUTHERGLEN REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914

RUTHEIiGLEN RIEGATTA. The annual regatta of the Murray Rowing, Association was held on Laketo. Moodemoro on Now Year's Day, There was an attendance' of fully 3000 persons, the gate takings amounting to £97, an excoss of .rl on last., yqar's ta~1ngs. Amongy t those present were Mr. O. J, Ahorn, M.HR., and Mr, J, Bowser, M.L.A, This year a crow from the newly formed Wangaratta Rowing Olub competed. T'Ihey met Cobram in the Maiden Fours, but owing to their cox steeooring an orratic course they covered a much greater distance than that speoollied., Tro Wangaratta crw was composed of Messrs WV. Parker, str., A, eoll, J, Larlkings and G. lKing; cox, Martin. Wahgunyah won the final of the Maiden 1"ours, £15, and their crows won the Youths' Fours £9, Grand Challengo Fours, J30; Moodemero Stakes Fours £12, Open Handicap 818, and Oonsolation Fours (No. 2 team.) Orows from Wahgunyah, Wangarat ta, iJagglehawk, iiortloder Rlvorina, SLake, Ruthorglen, Cobram, Border, competed in the several event...

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HARRIETVILLE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914

HARRIETVILLE SPORTS. The Harrietville Miners Athletic Club held their annual sports on 31st December. The weather condi- tions were good, and the attendance reached about 500, the takings at the gate being £15 4s. The sum of £110 was offered in prizes, and good entries were received. Several horse racing and jumping events (not pre- viously carried out) were included on the programme, and proved good at- tractions. At the ball held in the evening 120 couples were present, the door takings being £27 10s. Following are the results:- Sheffield Handicap.-T. J. Hol- lands 1, Joe Scales 2, R. R. Onlry 3. Scales would not give a declara- tion regarding his name or perform- ances, and the second place was given to Onley. Novice Chop.-V. Martin 1, A.   Hollands 2, Eight other competi- tors.   Time Handicap Trot, two miles.- S. F. Onley's Dolly 1, A. F. Mas- corini's Cannon Lass 2, Turner's Storm King 3. Three other com- petitors. Hunters Contest.-Hughes' Grey Gown 1...

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