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EVANS & MACONOCHIE WANGARATTA PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
EVAIE l 1VMAUONOUI1EII WANGARATTA PI M\IIKAltNi. E]vaLn and MAacnouchie report , hold ing their uuanl pig marinket at Wa;l garatta on 'lue:Sy, :ih itns, vi cn they had a large yarding: of pig;, coLLLnprliing It good sLelcctlioL of store and bacon pigs; th?re wa i a plendid attenlLdailee of bllyer;L, and we qlLote fait pig at 15I [per headl bItter than our L lant I lll Itt,. We fold hLcoll plilg a/c S. N. Tlhomnas 23 18L tCd; a/e J. litzgerald at 13 15sa; /c W. Hazel J23 1.s Wd; n/c Y. It, t11. Brien 5, 13f3; Cd; a/e Mi Murdoch 530 11 lld; a/e C. IIluggiLLi !23 1lt a / ,e W'eLton Bro:i. £3 18i; a/e llyrne Btros. 323 7$; a/c W. IliggLI C3 Is; Gd; a/c if. ., Vincent .23 8. We Hold heavy Ibackl ftlers at. £1 5 13:;. ;itore pig; a/c 'IT. lIMoronlLy C21 19I tcd; a/c A. Garth ,22 3;; a/e G. Wyllie 317; a/c H. W. h.ert.hun 2.t; Cd; a/c WIV. Hazel 270; a/c (. FennCL el 21 t d; ELckeri from 13 ; I .
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. WANGARATTA PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
AUCTIONEERS' RIEPORTS L??ANA AN, NEWMAN & 00. WANGAIAI"I'A ICi MAltKKT, 0lanalgan, Newman anlldl (Co. lreport hatvin?g ,held their uiiualt pig and lnairy catti, markcl t at tho yardu ycsterday. Baron Piig.--We had iabliout our usual taipply of good bacon pig'. There Wart it full at teinIltlcc of buycera, and cuonlctitioni wan keeni throughoult, ;hoy gin a dei cidld contrast on the 'prevIout m11eTr ket, yesterday,!; pricea being fromnt o10t to 421 ill aomie cner(t higlher thant the lirmt mttrket of the, year. P1orkcer were nearce, store I'ign.- A tiosmall mulpply, which held their own with the previous unales rates, the deltmand belug firm., Prite haetniertn mnade to £,; several tpein 23 11; to C3; 16t othert ,23 to, C23 1k; uolhert to 50u; forward tore picgu to .iC;.;; otherni 38ti; nliol? to 2.ni ;d; tither 1714 ;d to 21s Gd.
A. A. PIGGIN & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
A. A, IMGGrIN & (JO, Mllessr A. A. l'iggin and ('o., land agentb, ('orowa, NS..W., allloullce that they have particular;a of tome attractive 1homlestead fErmls in the land district of W\aglga W:tagga. They have fourl hotenntead fiantl of alihout 00 neres each, nituUated between Nar incldera and 1Junecc, noil fonll four tO (even mdilo; from the Mlattong rail way statlion. They are composed of good agricultural land, anitabhle for wheat growling ) Ind lli?ell raising, The country in level to very gently undulatin,,., good red loamy toil with clay inib-toil; timbered with pine, box and oat, No natural w',ater supply, but ,tllicient might he obtained by iniling or colaterlvi?g ill tanlt. T'ho termie and conditiona are partieular ly easy, no rent required during the hirit five year';. They will supplly m11a1, lod(ge applieattionle and attelnd to all neeeCC;,til,'y i.l'l'1'allgt'lllellt?;i.
WATTS, TURNBULL & CO. WANGARATTA PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
WATTS, TURNBULL & 00, WANG(AIl'IATTA 'll; M1AlRIIET'. Wattn, 'T'urnbull and Co. report having held their u?ul fortniglhtly pig and dairy cattle marktcet on above date, whenl they had a good yarding of all ch;; ea; of figs and ;everal head of dairy cattle. The attendance of flyere wad; good, a ld hacon pit; were easily up 1 ait held, with other pigp in proportiton. Ileifer; a/c M1. J. Auld 2 10ft; Iaconerl a/c Mi. 1). lfitcheni s i 3 713 to C3 15t;; a/e his;. Fitzgerald , If3 6 d; a/c A. W. !it fey £C2 17; GI; a/c Mr. I. ?,lkehall I22 16J Gd; a/c Mr. V. C('urti; 13 1tl; Gd; a/c Mr. W. Hfitchens U2 18;; a/, Mr. ,. J I. Kennedy, Cl3; aeccotnt Mr. 1,. (ilbert. c 102ls; "torei ; 12 51; to ,2 15;. No eitall f pig;; yarded.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
KNOX.-On 20th January, 1914, at Wangaratta, David, loving hus hand of Rosetta Gertrude Knox, of Ely Street, Wangaratta--aged 6. years. FUNERAL NOTICE. TE Friends of the late David Knox, of Ely Street, Wangaratta &nbsp; , are invited to follow his re mains to their last resting place The Wangaratta Cemetery, The Funeral will leave the Wanga ratta District Hospital at 3.80 p.m. This Day (Wednesday,) "IRVINGS" (G. V. Steele), Undertakers, BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. MR. and MRS BALL, of Whitfield, &nbsp; ...1. desire to record their grati tude to Drs. Boyes. and )Docker, and Mr. Hinchley; also Hister Taylor and Nurses olbertson and Lang, for the unromitting attention Maid to their Iate daughter, Margaret Elizabeth. Also to the many kind friends who by cards and letters expressed their sympathy, IN MEMORIAM, PRITCHARD.-In sad and loving memory of our 4arling Naomi, who departed this life at Wanga ratta, on 20th January, 1913. "Oh for the touch of that vanished hand, and the soun...
DISTRICT NEWS. BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 January 1914
tBEEC.;IHWOIi Ht, A. man w\vho \walH admllitted to the Ovens I)iritrict llospital Suffered from cancer in the face which required a ;lpecial form of trea;tnent that is; only obtainable in thie capital city, An application watt made for ait rail way hIa5 for hini to plroceed to \Melbourne. The un'I fortunate patient ,wa naturally mioiet anxious to rc ceive treatment of hiu awful malady an11 waited for hit? Pj;i ii( o fewer than 123 days. ll then left the town in the cool early houirs of a Monday 11ori1hng aboutI three w\eelia ago to walk to Melbourne, at litiitnce of 171 mijles. The brave fellow traiilledr[ away like a hero hoplitng to reach Wioaratit.a 25 mile;h. dietant before the Sin got to, hot. It it; only fair to the townspeoplle to ditate that the poor fellow's Sad plight wan t11 inown to, them andi they had no oppollrtullity to 1bsh;;cribe liii falre to Melbol urne. Two d(lays after le left the Ovens; tlittrict lospital the rail way pans reached leecihwortlh. It wails then to...
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. MOYHU MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS ,'LANA(GAN, NEIWMAN & (JO, lU0YIHU MARKET. Flnal?gatnl, NtI.wman and Co(, report lhaving held their uail l monthly mar ket at Schulaz'i Yards, tMoyhu, on T'l'hur.ilay hInt, a, followa;: f'igl.--We yarded 167 head of the bICot h)acoerlc l'4 al forward store plgsn, aml good I;lipa that have teen 4Ceen at Moyhl for Ho)me conideratile time. The 1iale wa1 very btri4k frotl the conuencement, wi.th the result that every pilg was Hold at auction at, pricelt cmiuent!ly statiflfa1ctory to the vendlora. The top price for b)acolncr1 wai 1;; 74, obtained for Mr. Kirk ham, of C?lrl'oor, and bought by thlie Bacon Co.; balance of the baconerl made 60s to 728; forward stores, for which the demand was very brisk, made 50s; slips to 35s; suckers to £1, in a firm market. Sheep.-266 yarded; every lot with the exception of one small lot of 11 was sold at auction at good rates, Best wethers a/c Mr. Ben Jones, Avondale, made 1ie Gd; lambs same owner 13s; line of weaners 9s 6d; ...
B.S.A. MOTOR CYCLES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914
B.,SA. MOTOR CYCLES. Ono of the machines that received particularly favourable comment at the recent Olympia Show was the 1914 model B.S.A, motor cycle with three speed countershaft gear, and 550 ec, desaxe engine. The' IS..A. countershaft gear has already acliiev ed great success in 1ngland, and will certainly add to the popularity that this fine machine has secured in Australin and New Zealand. ThrIe I.S.A. gear box contains the imiltiple disc clutch as well ia the geari' and Is quite on car lines. The lhafts all run on hall hIearings, the clutch contains 36 disc plates, alnd is controlled by foot lever. Thllis new model is sulplied either with all chain drive enclosed il dust proof case or with chain-culndiit e drive with 8-inch belt pulley oil to it 16-ill, trin. Anither very illportalt iniovation of the i l.A. (hCo., is the litting ,If it n',w (or-l of helieal litter hrddo the allinll tubes , whhilh luha : been pllateltl by them. The elort of this lin11er will he to add enoriio...
DISTRICT NEWS. BOWMANS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914
DISTRICT NEWS, 130WMANS. Mr. Morton is ito satislicd with hit potato crop of lasut lanting that he has now set about six acres, which is by far the largest patch ever rais ed( at Murumungee, and the hope it, freely expressed that by a good crop and price may this gentleman hie re warded for hib pluck and enterplrit.e, Mr. D. Patton sports a splendid tthow of maize' fit for either sumner fod der or corn; wyhile Mr. J, Morrison',: paspalum plot is 7ft. in length, and Messrs Witherow have gathered 10 bags to the acre from their pea field. The Beochworth Shire roads are generally in spch a dicky state that any little improvements ,recently made are scarcely noticeable, and the fad of forming narrow mullock centres on our highways is held to be a stupid method and unwarronted waste of money. As Or. J. Fergusold so aptly put it, the shire will soon peed all the rates to get the roads into shipshape, trafficably speaking. BRIGHT, In their report" for the December half year, the directors o...
A.N.A. ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914
ANA. ENTERTAINMENT. 'lhe minlstiel and dramautic ea tortainmout, which takes place in iHer Majesty's Theatre on Thursday night next, 29th inst., promises to be something unusual for Wangarat ta, The periormeors are all that can be desired; and most of them are well known to Wangaratta audiences, Mrs H, Evans assisted by Mr. J. W, Thomson, Miss Belle Mather, Mr, D. 0, McKenzio and Mr, E, P, Boyett, are putting on a drama, Mrs Evans is by no means a stranger lbefore a Wangaratta audience, and hae prove ed hqrself to bq an artist of good taste and ability. Miss' Tessine Ryan and Miss Jean Ferguson, both of whom have been heard to advantage locally, are rendering vocal items. Mr, Jack Preston, well known in Wangaratta as a soloist of no mean reputation, will be present and ren der two or three items, the principal being a sketch and song-- Trooper Johnny Ludlow 1,9,2, This item Is indeed worth hearing, and should cause much laughter, Mr. Bowkitt. is a comic singer of grcatreputation and...
DALGETY & COY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914
J;)AQJS'Y & (COY. Palgety acid Co. Ltd., Albury, hold their usual' fortnightly. mnarket on Tueosday, when they yarded 1860 tat and store seeop, 1Jd3 cattle, and 4;i pigs. Tnuro wai a good attendanco of buyers prosolnt 'The market qpon od Lo good compiettion," and don tilueoi so to the close, 'showilg" a rise on late improved rates. Beosf pons of lxred wethoves 17s to 1'7 ud; oddl exceptionally hQavy early shorn xhbreds, 19u Od; good poen of xortids i68 lid; light and infoeFor 15as bost lions of xbrdo oe~ve 158 to 16s; good owes 14t Gdi with light and inQorilF 138; mbrin \yeothors, liimno; carryfng fair skips, '15s (9d( to ids Od; othbr 'good poen oe 1yeothers 14s Gd'to 15i; with lighl and inferior quillit 138d; nmolui owop 128 to 13s; hoedlupi 11i; infeoriqr 10Q-Gd, Fat Lambs.-best lambs' in the wool 14' id to 15s Gd; medium 12s Gid, with inferior' and young 11ie; beet shlorn lambs 14s to 14s 10d(; extra heavy to 15s 6d; goobqd shorn lambs 12s lid tq 13e Gd; inferilo 10s, Fa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914
FLAkAGAN, NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES, SATURDAY, 24th JANUARY, Sale of Murphy Street Properties, account Estate late W. Clark. WEDNESDAY, 28th JANUARY. Myrtleford Fortnightly Market, THURSDAY, 29th JANUARY. Wangaratta Shooeep and Cattle Mar ket. SATURDAY, 31st JANUARY, Clearing Sale at Myrtleford account 'Mrs W. H, Edgar, Sale of 59a. Ir. 17p, freehold land, at Tarrawiugee, by order of the mortgagee, ,TUESDAY, 3rd FEBRUARY, Wangaratta Pig and Dairy Cattle Market, Sale of 142 acres freehold Land at Whitileld, account Mr. R, 0. Hall. SATURDAY, 7th FEBRUARY. Sale of 689 acres 17 perches Est court Land, by order of the Mortgagee., FRIDAY,, 13th FEBRUARY Clearing sale of land, stock, and effects at Taminiek, account Es tate Robert Gibbons, deceased. On Dates to be Fixed in February, Sale of 662 acres freehold land, par ishes Tarrawingeeo, Carraragar mungeo and Bungamero, account estate P. Costello. WEDNESDAY, 4th MAROH. Olearing Sale of Land, Stock, Im plements, etc., at Milawa,...
THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914
THE MARKETS., Wheat is steady at 3s Gd. Flour.-A-ssociaton bhasis, Mel bourne delivery, is £8 10s, Bran and Pollard.- Association minimum quotation for bran is £4 10s, and for pollard £4 15s ton of 20001b, delivered, Oats,-Milling, good to prime, 1is 9d to is 10d; fair to good heavy food ls 8d to s 9(d; poor, down to Is 6d, Maizc.-Prime, nominally 4s to 4s 2d. Barley.-Malting Chevalier, up to 3s 6d; Cape melting 2s 2d to 2s 3d, Ohaff,-1Special wheaten £3 12s Gd; speclal oaten £3 58; prime £3 2s Gd; good £3 17s8 d to £3; medium £2 12s Gd to £2 15s, Lucerne,-Chafl up to £4 17s Gd; hay, choice £3 15s, Hay and Straiv,-Manger hay up to £5 10s; manger sheaves £3 to £3 5s; chaffing sheaves £2 to £2 5e, ac cording to quality. Victorian straw prime, 35s, ox rail, and up to 42s 6d delivered; Tasmanian £2 17s Gd ex wharf up to £3 Os 6(d delivered. Potatoes.-Carmens up to £4 5s; extra special, occasionally £4 10a; pinkoyes £3 5s to £3 10s. Onions.--Globes £6 15s to £7 f,o.b.
DREDGING REPORT AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914
DREDGING REPORT AT LAST.. Members of the Dredging Board this afternoon signed the report and recommendations to the Government. It is recommended by the Board that restrictions be placed on dredg ing for gold so that jt will snot be carried on at the expense of agri culture, By compromising in re gard to some points, the members arrived at unanimity, and there will consequently be no minority report, as at one time seemed likely. The report is strongly against dredging being continued,
Late Cable News SOUTH AFRICAN STRIKE. JOHANNESBURG, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914
Late Cadle ews [FROM REUTER,] ----~---+- SOUTH AFRICAN STRIKE, JOHANNESBURG, Thursday Night. The situation has improved in Pro. toria and Durban, which are the only reonaining railway strike contres. At Pretoria the strikers are rusf ing back to the railway workshops, and the boilermakers, who have hitherto been firm in their intention to remain out, have intimated that they are going to resume, It, is now expected that the workshops will start again on Monday with a full complement in all grades, At Durban the position is rendered more complicated by the decision of. the engineers to remain on strike. Owing to this, the Department is un able to take on a number of the lower-paid employes at the work shops, Martial law restrictions are now being relaxed throughout the Rand area with the exception of part of the East Rand, The Labour Leaders have been re manded without bail.
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 22nd JANUARY. (Before Mr. J. W. W. Beaven, P.M.) IN NEED OF A BATH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. ·- -- -~-~·-- TIIURSDAY, 22nd JANUARY. (Before Mr. J, WV. W. Beaven, P.M.) IN NEED OF A BATH. John Flanagan and \Y. Richards, two straigera to the town, wert charged with being drunk and die· orderly, They were a 'nordid looklting ) pair. Sergealnt llcckwith Htallted lItt the il an were (anlped lunder tlhe Ove() bridige, where they had ieetn .drinking and generally niiihhaving thenm Belves, They were in a !!lthy con' dition. One man named (;co. IlIr riRon had tlie mioneiy and tihe defendi lant's \Were rllnnlliln for I'?er; 1l11r rilon wasn aflterw rdt) roll),Id. HiI Worilhip miiid;l a walh would not do tlheo defenhdtntt inly h'artl, They were HoenLeiccd to 21 hiourn' ilnplri sonmcint. a TALKING TO LAMP I'OT?.IT. Jeremiah McCarthly, 11a lt.raiilge?r ti) thei district, whlo wa) previouly lbe fore tlioe court and rmntiilled for 1.i d(ays for medical examintion, W(I) charged with having lbehiaved in an ollensive manner in Mir])hliy street, Sergoant Beckwith said...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914
0. J. AIIIElN, Barrister andl olicitor. REID STREET, WANGARAlTTA. Moneys to Lend on Leasehold and Freehold, and all other forms of securitice at lowest rates of interest. NOTOUTT & PURBRICK, Barristers and Solicitors, REID STIIEET, WANGARATTA, Mr. T. F. Notcutt, a Commissioner for taking alldavits; Mr, F, 0. Lur. brick. Trust and other Moneys to Lend at Lowest Rates. OHAS, H. SUMMERS, A.RV.I.A. ARCHITECOT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta, JASPER HUSBAND, B,A., L.LB., Barrister and Solicitor, REID STREET, WANGARATTA, II. A. MURDOCH, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR, REID STREET, WANGARATTA, Commissioner for taking Aflldavits. Moneys to Lend at lowest rates. !HOMAS GRAHAM, B.L., BARRISTER & SOLICITOR. The firm of Graham and Mu'doch having been dissolved, Mr. GisLam will continue business in Chumbers in Commercial Buildings, Reid $treet, Moneys are awaiting Investment at current rates, DANIEL J. CONNELL, Barrister and Solicitor. MURPHY STREET, WANGARATTA (Next Mr. Vandenberg's...
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS MELBOURNE MARKETS. Fat* Sheep.-On Thursday 35,000 were yarded. All qualities were fully represented. The market open ed unsteady, and continued without animation throughout, prices reced ing to from 6d to Is per head under last week's rates, closing sales being the , weakest. Ltuotatlons:- Prime xbred wethers 18s to 19s 9d; extra do. 20s to 23s 9d; good do. 16s to 17s 6d; seconds do, from 15s; prime xbred ewes 15s to 16O 9d; extra do. 17s Gd to 20s 3d; good do. 13s 6d to 14s 6d; others from 10s; prime mer ino wethers 16s to 17s 6d; extra do. 18s to 19s; good do, 14s to 15s; sec ond do. from 12s to 13s; inferior do. 10s to 11s 6d; prime merino ewes 13s 6d to 15s 6d; extra do. 16s to 17s; good do, 11e to 12s 9d; second and inferior 7s to 9s 6d; 312 prime xbred wethers sold at £1 3s 11d. Fat Lambs.-On Tuesday 33,000 were penned, The demand was ir regular, and although best descrip tions were in good request, yet prices in most instances ruled from Gd to Is per head...
ALLEGED TELEGRAM FORGERY ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914
ALLEGED TELEGRAM FORGERY ACCUSEI)D C(iMMI1'TTIl'I) FfOl t'i'ltlAI i Befo Mr ,ir. 1. W. W, eaven, P.M., at the Wangaratta I'olice Court on Thurstday, (;eorlge White, )etective of ,1 Police attached to the General Post n Olfice, chargeid lichard Elton Wil liaims, that on 29th August, 1913, , at W'anga'ja[tta, lie did knowingly anid I without, the antlority of W. Pringle, ;. deliver to Victor 5(ordon Yon, of L. Wallgaratta, all olliccr of the lDe partinent of the l'ostimaster-(leneral, t for thl! pliurpoise of heigiii tranls itted tI ias a telegramni ill writing the follow. i iag :- .. '"'The lhidd Milking Machine. Co., Flindlers Lane, Melbourne,-please n ask Mr., Edgar t.o tend money lie owei me board, etc.-W. L'ringle." I Which writing purported to lie sent by thei caid W. Priiigle, contrary to is the lois and Telegraph Act, 1901, t( Dletective White coiducteil the case if for the proecelition. Mr. 1). J, Con iill appe|ared for auciUiled, who plead- a ed nolt guilty, 11 hletcctivo Wh...