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Late State News MELBOURNE, Friday Night. SYDNEY STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914

Lte S tae evs MIIELBOURNE, Friday Night, SYDNEY STRIKE, Mr. W. M, Hughos, President of the Watt?iside Workers' Federatton, has asked the Steamship Owners for a conference on hours, wages and conditions of labour of watersido workers. Mir. Northcoto, secretary for the Owners' Federation is now communicating with them on the subject. If a conference sits the terms agreed upon will decide the wages,, hours, etc,, for Australia,

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914

Whorouly Race Club. RAOI1 MEETING. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, 1914, Proceeds in aid of improvements at Myrtloford Presbytery, Programme: 1. MAIDEN PLATE £6; £1 out of stake to go to second horse; 5 furs, W.F.A. Nom. 4s, To start 1,0, 2. HANDICAP PONY RACE, 14.2 a.u,, 10 sova., 2 sovs. out of stake to go to second horse, 6 fur, Nom, 4s, accept. 4o. To start 2.15, 3. WHORQULY HANDICAP, 10 sova 2 sovs. out of stake to go to second horse, 8 fur. Nom. 4s, accept. 4s,. To start 3,15, 4. WELTER HACK RACE (Handi cap), 7 sovs., 1 sov. out of stake to go to second horse, Fol horses that have not won more than 5 sovs. Minimum weight 8st., 5 fur, Nom. 4s. To start 4 p.m, 5. FLYING HANDICAP, 8 sovs,, I soy, out of stake. to go to sec ond horse, 6 fur. Nom, 8s, accep. 3s, To start. 4,45, 6, NOVELTY PONY RACE (Handi cap), 6 sovs, 1 sov. out of stake to go to second horse, For pon les 14,2 au., 4 fur. Ponies at lowed 12 yards for every inch under 14.2,, Nom, 4s, To start 5.80, 7., WHOROULY HACK RACE (Ha...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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LONDON WOOL SALES. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914

IONDON WOOl SALES, IONDON, Thursday .Night. Thll London wool sales wore con tinued .to-day, whep active compoti '?ition by both Home and Continental buyers was in evidence. All prices woere fully maintalped. Bowling,--Play for the President's trophy will commenco on Wodnesday 41ternoon next, and concludo oil the followilg Saturday. The President cordially invites all members to try and play op either of the days set aside for the trophy, which is a val uable one; it i a handicap tourna nlcnt,-Bechworth visit Wangaratta Co Monday next, and will play two iatoheq. The first game to ptart at 10 q.m, and tle afiternoon gam~e at 3,30 p,m, Teams will he chosen on the ground apd ll mopllers are re quested to be present, prpposed Motorists' Association, - A meeting of owners of motor cars in Wangaratta and district lI called for Wednesday night ndxt, at 8,30, at the Royal Victoria Hotel, for the purpose of considoririg the formation of an Association to prQtect the interests Of motorists, Ow...

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CANADA AND ASIATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914

CANADA AND ASIATIOS. The Canadian Government is nog otiating with Downing Street In re spect to the proposed Asiatic Ex clusion Bill,

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LATE LORD STRATHCONA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914

LATE LORD STRATHCONA, Owing to the desire of- Lord Stra thcona to be burled at Highgate be side his wife, his family have declin ed the ofiler of the Government and the Dean vf Westminster of interment it Westminster Abbey. A memorial service will be held in the Abbey on Monday.

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JAPAN AND U.S.A. WASHINGTON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914

JAPAN AND U,BA, WASHINGTON, Thursday Night, The Immigratiop Committee of the Houseo of Representatives to-day dened to re-open the hearing of tho Raker Bill, whicll provides for the exclusion of Asiatics, MemberM explained that they wished to hear from Mr, 1W, J. Bryan, Secretary of ,tate, before taking anotion. It is understood that the: Japanese Government, refuses to gbapdon its treatment of the whole question by diplomatic methods.

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MR. JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN'S SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914

MIl. JOSEPH ORIIAMEERAIN'S SEAT, The local joint executive of the Liberal Union and Con3ervativo par ties in West Birmingham has select ed the Rt, Hon. Austen Chamlnrlaln, M.P,, for East Worcestershire, to. eucceed his\ father the Rt. Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, who is retiring, as memboer for Birmingham West.

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SYDNEY MAN'S DEATH. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914

SYDNEY MAN'S DEATH. LONDON, Thursday Night. The suspected murderer of Thos. Reeooks, a' Sydney engineer, near Wol voerhampton, sailed by the Grampian on Wednesday for Canada, and will i'be detained by wireless,

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BRITISH LABOUR SYMPATHY. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914

BRITISH LABOUR SYMPATHY, LONDON, Thursday Night, The Parliamentary Committce of the Trades Union Congress has pass ed a resolution condemning the pro clamation of martial law in South Africa, and also "the brutal way" in which the military were used to over-awe the workers in an indus trial dispute.

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS, Fat Oattle.-At Melbourne on Wed nesday 3295 were yarded, including 1000 from North-Eastern district. In bullocks, good prime qualitieso were fully represented, while the hulk of the cows consisted of second and useful grades, The demand was un steady, and in some instances pricae ruled fully 10s per head lower than last week's quotations. Prime pens of bullocks £10 10s to £11 15s; ex tra do, £12 to £13 7s 6d; good do, £9 to £10; good light and handy weights £7 10s to £8 15s; middling and inferior from £6; prime pens of cows £7 to £8 10; extra do, £9 to £10;1 good do. £5 10s to £6 15e; sec ond and inferior from £4, Fat Calves.--580 were penned, The demand was again spirited at advanc ed rates, Prime steers and helfers £5 to £6 15s; extra do. £7 to £8; good do, £3 15e to £4 10; prime calves from 50s to 65s; good do, 40s to 48s; medium 25s to 35s; few small less.

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DOES RUSSIA COVET SWEDEN? PARIS, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914

DOES RUSSIA COVET SWEDEN ? PARIS, Thursday Night, The Stockholm newspapers deliver a violent concerted attack on Rus sia this morning in regard to her supposed intentions towards Sweden They allege that Russia Is carrying out menacing military movements of troops in Finland as a prelude to war against Sweden, Note,--Sir Sven Hedin, the famous Swedish explorer, towards the end of last month, issued an appeal to his countrymen, in which he urged them to strengthen the defences.

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DOIG & VALLENDER WANGARATTA PIG MARKET. Tuesday, January 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914

DOIG & VALLENDER WANGARATTA PIG MARKIIT, Tuesday, January 20th. Qoig and Vallender report:- A heavier supply of ail classes forward to 4 increased number of buyers, competition was keen and sales showed a decided rise of 15s per head on baconers, as compared with last market rates. Stores sold equal to last market. We sold-Bac oners a/c John Allen 50s 6d to 64s; 2 Thos. O'Callaghan 76s 6d; 2 W. McGuire 79s 6d; 2 John Crockett 73s 6d; 2 W, G, Allen 72s; 2 P. Dwyer 78s 6d; 2 Robert Fisher 80s; 4 J, Stewart 54s 6d; 4 C0 McAliece 66s 9d; 7 L, Peacock 59s 6d. Stores,-4 Thos. Griffin 49s; 3 do. 46s; 2 J. J. O'Brien 47s; 4 Thos, Wighton 378 6d; 4 W. R. Dolg 35s; 5 A. H, Reeves 35e; 5 Charles Fen nell 25s; 8 Henry Way 43s; 7 Thos. O'Brien SOs Gd; 4 Thos. Wadley 86s; 3 W, Mogford 36s; 7 L,'Peacock 36s,.

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LONDON COAL PORTERS' STRIKE LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914

LONDON COAI PORTERS' STRIKE LONDON, Thursday Night. Eight thousand London coal port ers are now out on strike. A meet ing of the men to-day rejected the oiler of the masters to settle their special grievances and to grant them a minimum wage of 25s per week, It.is feared that 70,000 general car men will also cease.work in sym pathy with the coal porters. Two thousand of those men have already gone out, A number of amateur coal porters, including many clerks, are endeavouring to cope with the situation. If the dispute should he prolonged, at this, the coldest part of the year, much suffering will be inflicted on the poorer consumers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914

"I never spent money which returned m such pleasure.,"--From the let ter of a country parent when paying the fees for his daughter at the M.L.C. IlAWIn 1O11. President: Roev W. I1. 1litchctt, BA,, ]L.L,. Head M?ter : Otto Krome, B.A. The ordinary Bltaff for 1911 included Nitio University Graduates. The M.L.C. hain been described 8a "a school with ideals" : The Ideal of I'hyrical Culltare, with its natural reward of health, and the grace and elliciency which Io with health. The ideal of D)oimestic 'raining, filting a girl for happy woimainood. Tlihe Ideal of ullninesI l Equipment, preparingj a girl to earn her own liveli hood. The ideal of Preparation for a University Course, Io that a girl can en ter one of the plrofession, The Ideal of Social Culture, giving a knowledge of uocial duties and usages. l'The Ideal of Moral Training, so as to develop a pure and stroug char acter, Laboratory for Science Students; Model Kitchen and Laundry for Do mestic Arts Department; Swimming Baths, Gy...

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WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914

WOOL SALES, Goldebrough, Mort and Co. Ltd. repbrt: At our first sale of the cur rent year held on 21st January, to tailed 4560 bales, embracing a good selection of wools from the Western and Gippsland districts, the South East of South Australia, and a re presenttives selection of Tasmanian clips, Lambs of all descriptions fig ured largely in the offerings, there being over 600 bales, chioliy small parcels from the later shearing dis tricts of the State. It may be menl tioned that no less than 324 grow ers were represented in the woola submitted, furnishing striking evi dence of the number of small clips handled by this company. Competi tion wqs more general than in the first series, the Yorkshire rection being strongly in evidence, America also purchased freely, while the Con tinent was not quite so insistent, The beet wools were practically un qhallged either in merinoes or cross roeds, but for the great hulk of the staple outside of the above, a dis tinctly better feeling was not...

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BALANCE SHEET. RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914

BALANCE B H1OIET, RIECEIPTS. To Balance brought forward from 1U12 ...... ...,. £34 5 7 Suusoerltlons in cash n ul13'6 8 0 Rouns , „ . . .. .. ... , 11 1 6 ProcuIIds of lEntertainments- Miss l{oberts' match 4 0 6 Fancy (drops-ball' .. ,,, 25 0 U Fines .. .. ,n,,, n.. 1 2 9 Government Grant ... .. 28 6 81 Borough Council grant 10 0 0 Receipts from Billiard Table . ,.,,... 188 10 0 Sale of Cuo Casea ....,. 2 8 3 Bale of Waste Paper 17 4 Sale of Periodicals ... ... 7 17 6 Didaount ,,. ... ... ... 3 9 BanK interest allowed 1 0 3 Overdraft, Bank of Vic toria ...... ....... 10 16 2 £403 1l0 3 PAYMENTS., Curator and Librarian ,,, 75 5 11 Billiard Marker ,... ... ,. 79 10 0 Books and Periodicals ,,, 18 12 0 Newspapers ..,,,.... .. ,, 14 9 8 Maintonance-oRopaiir to Table and purchase of Billiard Room Requisites ..... 14 5 5 Alcock and Co., billiard Cloth ,. ,,, ..., 18 2 0 Miss Roberts' expenses ,,, 6 6 0 Firewood ,,,,, .. ......... , 6 15 6 Gas . ... .. .... ......... 24 7 2 Rates ,, ...,......

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WANGARATTA FREE LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914

WANGARATTA FREE LIBRARY. The annual meeting of subscribers to the Wangaratta Free Library was held in the Menml~rs' Room on Thurs day evening, The President, Mr. T. F. Notcutt, occupied the chair, and others present were Reov, . Chis holm, and Messrs A,. hibbtt, J. Lindner, A, Albinson, Glooson, and Findley. ANNUAL REPORT, Ladies and Gentlemen,--Your com mitteo beg to lay before you the following report of the Institution for the past year. , Committoo,--At the iirst,meeting of your committee after the last an nual mooting, the following- officers weore appointed:-Prsident, Mr, T. F. Noteutt; viceo-presidents, Messrs Gunther and Lindor; heon, treasurer, Mr. Edbbott, Two. vacancies have occurred upon the committee owing to the r.signa tion of Messrs Robertson and Thom son, upon their leaving the town. Two members, who always took a great interest in the institution, and whose departure from the town is a great regret to your conunittoe. The members retiring at the ende of the y0ar we...

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BOROUGH COUNCIL. FRIDAY NIGHT, 23rd JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914

BOROUGH COUNCIL, ---4-- FRIDAY NIGHT, 23rd JANUARY, Present :--The Mayor (r, Geoo. Maxwell), and Crs, W, J, Smith, C. A. Teague, J. Tweed, T. Prentice, and W, H. Edwards. CORRESPONDENCE, From Secretary Country Fire Brig ades' Board, in' reply, stating that he had placed before the Board the council's inquiry regarding a reduo tion in the area of the Borough forming the basis of its contribution, They decided that thoey iad no power to exercise any portions of the area fixed by the Act, Regarding a reduction of fire premiums on pro perties in the outklirts where there are now fire-plugs and large mains, he stated that this was a matter for the Fire Underwritem' Association. Or. Edwards said the Board was only fencing with the whole question, There was little use in persisting with the request for justice, The letter was received. From ,: H, Woolaeott, Rochester, notifying that he would accept £10 16s for his tar-palnting plant left at Wangaratta,! Cr. Teague moved, seconded by Cr, Pr...

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VINCENT—DEWSBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914

VINCENT—DEWSBURY. A pretty wedding was celebrated at St. Bede's Church of England, Drummoyne, on January 8th, 1914, when Arthur James, the fifth son of Mr. and Mrs R. B. Vincent, of Mun- darlo," Wangaratta, was married to Alice Matilda, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs John Dewsbury, of "Wattle Vale," Bronti, N.S.W. The Rev. T. D. Reynolds was the officiat- ing clergyman. The bride, who was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr. D. Austin, Drummoyne, wore a very pretty frock of white embroider- ed voile, with hat on suite; she also wore a diamond and ruby ring and carried a beautiful bouquet, both gifts of the bridegroom. The bride's gift to bridegroom was a pair of   gold sleeve links. Miss Belle Austin,   niece of the bride, acted as brides- maid, and wore a charming cos- tume of real Irish lace, hat to match her present from the bridegroom was   a cameo necklace. Mr. Samuel Vincent, cousin of bridegroom, at- tended as best man. The presents w...

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FAILED TO RENDER PERSONAL SERVICE. FIVE SENIOR CADETS ORDERED TO FORTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 24 January 1914

F'AILED TO RENDER PERSONAL SERVICE. FIVE SENIOR CADETS ORDERED TO FORTRESS. At the Wangaratta Police Court on Thursday, before Mr. J. W. W. Bea ven, P.M., John Edwin Sergeant, Area Officer, charged Morris Francis Moore, Cyril Thomas Moore, Fred Heal, Herbert Alf O'Brien, and James L., O'Halloran, that being senior cadets and liable to be train- ed in accordance with the provisions of the Defence Act, during the year ending 30th June, 1918, without law- ful excuse failed to render the per- sonal services required of them. The Prosecuting officer stated that sixteen full day compulsory parades were held during the year, and de- fendants had, unless they gave law- ful excuse, to attend that number. Maurice F. Moore had attended 9½ days, Cyril T. Moore only 3½ days, Fred Seal 12 days, Herbert Alf, O'Brien 7½ days, James L. O'Hal- loran 11; days. Iir.ach case it was. impossible for defendants to make. up the drills this year as only six parades remained to be carried out, It would theref...

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