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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS ALBURY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 January 1914

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS ALIJURY WOOL SALIS, Messrs Younghushand, Row and Co. report that the oflorings at the sale hold on Thursday, taken right through, were very attractive, and received the good attention from the buyers they deserved, with the re sult that a successful sale resulted; In fact, one of the most satisfactory auctions yet held in this contro, As far as prices are concerned we re port, comparing with values ruling at the last local sales, the market very firm for all good sorts of wool, and in some coaoses an advance of 5 per cent, was obtained, All lambs were a little easier, but this is more ly a reflection of the Iluhtuations that have occurred in.all markets of recent date, The destination Qf some wools bought will bhe the Continent and America, ,but the bulk of the purchases will fnd their way to Yorkabilre. In all about 20,000 bales have been disposed of at Albury this eoason.

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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DISAFFECTION IN INDIA. CALCUTTA, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 January 1914

DISAFFECTION IN INDIA, CALOUTTA, Moliday Night. Notwithstanding proes statements to the contrary, the Commissioner of Police at Calcutta is firmly convinc ed that a criminal conspiracy dir ected against British rule, exists among the better classes in India. The Police are making determined efiorts to crush the terrorists in Eastern Bengal,

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Public Meeting at Whitfield. DAIRYMEN AND CO-OPERATION. FORMATION OF KING RIVER FARMERS' ASSOCIATION. SUPPLY FOR HANSEN DAIRY CO. RAILWAY REQUIREMENTS DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 January 1914

Public Meeting at Whit. field. --+----- DAIRYMEN AND CO-OPERATION. FORMATION OF KING IRIVER FARMERS' ASSOCIATION. SUPPLY FOR HANSEN DAIRY CO. RAILWAY REQUIREMIBNTS' DIS OUSSED. Owing to the energy displayed by Director Thos, J3 Byrne, of the Han son Dairy Co,, and ox-Director WiVn. Lewis, J.P., of Moyhu, a very suc cessful public nicoting wan held in the Mechanic' Ha11l, W\Yhitfield, on Saturday night, close on one ihun dred dairymen and farmler attending rirom all parts of the Valley. The ,usinles of the mceeting, an oatlinied tt the comntencement by Mr. Byrne (who was the only director of the Company present), was for the pur pose of discussing matters concera ing the Hanson Dairy Co's supply drawn from the Valley; to receive a report from members of the deputa tion that recently waited on the rail wiay commissioners in connection with requests for better railway fac ilities; to discuss the principles and and need of co-operation amongst farmers, and to take steps to estab lish a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 January 1914

0. J, AIIERIN, Darrietor and Solicitor, REID STR1iEl T, WANGARIATTA. Moneys to Lecnd on Leasehohl and Freehold, and all other forma of accurities at lowest rates of intorest. NOTOUTT & PUlIItIDIOK, Barristersn and Solicitors, REID STllEET, WANGA(llATITA. Mr. T, 1F. Notcuitt, a Conuninialoner for taking anildavits; Mr, F. U, icur' brick. Trust and other Moneys to Lend at Lowest Rates, OHAS, H. SUMMERS, ARV.I.A. ARCHITECT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta, JASPER HUSBAND, B.A,, L.L.B., Barrister and Solicitor, REID STREET, WANGARATTA, H, A. MURDOCH, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR, REID STREET, WANGARATTA, Commisslonor for taking Aftldavita, Moneys to Lend at lowest rates, i'HOMAS GRAHAM, B,L,, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR., The firm of Graham and SMhdoch ,having boeen dissolved, Mr, C O sham will continue business in Chambers in Commercial Buildings, Reid Street. Moneys are awaiting investment at current rates. DANIEL J. CONNELL, Barrister and Solicitor, MURPHY STREET, WANGARATTA (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 January 1914

FLAhAGAN. NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES. WEDNIS:DAY, 28th ,ANUAU1. Myrtloford Fortnightly Market. THURSDAY, 29th JANUARY. Wangaratta Sheep and Cattlo Mar. ket. SATURDAY, 81st JANUARY. Clearing Sale at Myrtleford account Mrs W. H. Edgar. Sale of 59a. ir. 17p, freehold land, at Tarrawingeo, by order of the mortgagee. ,TUESDAY, 3rd FEBRUARY. Wangaratta Pig and Dairy Cattle Market, Sale of 142 aerep freehold Land at Whitileld, account Mr. R. O. Hall, SATURDAY, 7th FEBRUARY. Sale of 689 acres 17 perches Est couft Land, by order of the Mortgagee. FRIDAY, 18th FEBRUARY, Olearing sale of land, stock, and effects at Taminick, account Es tate Robert Gibbons, deceased, On Dates to be Fixed in February, Sale 'of 662 acres freehold land, par ishes Tarrawingeo, Carraragar mungeo and Bungamoro, account estate P. Costello. Clearing Sale at Norong, of. plant, stock, grape crop, eot;, account Mr. W. J. McKinty. Salo of 733 acres magnificent farm lands at Springhurst, account Mr P. O'Brien, WED...

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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 January 1914

ALI3URY MARKET, Store Sheep.-Orossbred owes, 4-tbh, strong woolled, 15s to 16s; xbred wethers, rising 4-th, in fair condi tion, carrying good skins, 14s 6d to 1S5 6d; xbred weaners, shorn, best, lls to ll 9d; small framed, late shorn, from 9s; xbred lambs in *the wool, in low condition, 1ls 6d to 12s id. Beat merinos 11s 6d to 12s 3d; small framed, inferior sheep, l0s 9d, Store Oattle,--Aged cows, with calves at foot, to £4 10s; fresh con. ditioned store cows, young, £3 Os to £3 15s; poddies from 25s, Pigs.--Best bacon pigs £3 bs to £3 18s; prime lightweights 55s to £3 3s; prime porkers 40s to 50s; light weights 30s; forward stores, 20s to al6; slips 15s, !=. ---- I llli

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WANGARATTA CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 January 1914

WANQARATTA CEMETERY. At a meoting of the Trustees hold on Friday night, Mr. Goo. Maxwoll (Ohairman) presided, and others tpro sent woere-Messrs W,. J, Smith, W,. H. Edwards, T. Prentice, J, Tweed, and 0. A. Teague. Amongst the correspondence recoiv ed was a letter from Mr. J. Hinch ley, secretary, \angaratta 'District, Hospital, in reply, re the burial of Mrs Margaret Brown, stating that reasonable time is allowed for in quirles to bo made whether relatives wish to undertake the burial of the deceased, and the Secretary always communicatoes with relatives or friends of a patient seriously ill or dying when he knows whore to find them, and does all in his power to avoid the expense of burials falling upon the Hospital. The Secretary was not aware that the late Mrs. Brown had money at the time of death, or that she had any relatives or friends to whom he could apply, and ho acted strictly in accordance with the necessity of the case and the business of the hospital. The Chairman said ...

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Late Cable News MURDER OF THOMAS REEKS. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 January 1914

[FROM REUTER.] - - 4-- ----- MURDER OF THOMASB RI iKS. LONDON, Monb|ay Night., The police made a disco;ery to day in connection with the murder of the Sydney engineer, Thos. Reeooks. It has been ai mystery as to why Reeks should have gone to Wolver hampton, where his body was found. It has transpired that the acquaint ance in whose company Reooks spent the week-end' at Liverpool, has re latives living at Wolverhampton. The home of this man is said to he in Leeds,

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BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 January 1914

BOROUGH COUNCIL. --- -+~ --- - Following is balance of report of Borouglý Council meeting held on Friday night, and which was uons a?vo~ldaly hold over, Present: The Mlayor (Cr, G. Maiwell), and Ors,. W, H, Edwards, 0C, A, Tongue, W, J, Smith, J. Tweed and T. Prentico, SLAUGHTER YARD SITE. With'' rd6ard to G. F. OroxIord's application for a slaughtering 11 conso for land on north side of Ovens river, anid to which applica tion objections have been lodged by neighbouring residents,. an inspection was made of the site on Friday morning *by' Or. Edwards, Prontice, and Tweed. No resolution was mov ed by them. The Mayor. said thlat as; he was in directly interested in the matter he would not take any part in the dis cusslon, . Or, Edwards was appointed to the chair, Gr, Prentico. said there appeared to be some backing and filling going on amongst Councillors over this matter, They did not seem willing to comeil forward and express their views on the application. Three Councilllors were a...

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TAPS RUNNING IN THE PARK. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.") [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 January 1914

TAPS RUNNING IN THE PARK. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle."' Sir,-I potice in your last issue it was stated that the Golf Club was held largely blamable for the poor pressure of water at the recent fire in Green street, inasmuch as it was discovered that three taps were run ning in the Park during the tire, and no one was in charge, It is a pity, that trouble was not taken to make proper inquiry before such a statement was made, The facts are that the green-keeper, Mr. T'. loyd, was watering the Park when he heard the fire-hell, and noticing the fire was close by-having been in the brigade once, he recognised the im portance of securing a good pressure --lhe at once hastened to the main and turned the water off there, and went over to the fire, and did not turn the water on again to the Park until the house was hopelessly des troyed. The green-keeper is willing to make a statutory declaration as to the truth of the, above statement, if necessary. I ask your insertion of this denial...

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THE SPINELESS CACTUS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 January 1914

THIE SPINEILESS CAQTUS, Mr. M, J. Flynn, of Wooroolin, Queensland, under date of January 16th, 1914, writes as follows: Sir,-Being interested in good fod der plants, and noticing in your\is sue of 7th January, a very glowing account of a plant called Spineless Oaotus, over the name of H. Harri son, F,L,S,, Biurrinobar, P.0,, Now South Wales,, I cut the letter from your paper and sent it to the 'Editor of the Queensland Government Agri cultural Journal, asking for more information re same, I have rocolv ed an answer, which I enclose hero with, hoping, as it is a matter of great interest to the man on the land, you may see fit to publish it, and perhaps elect some further in formation on the subject. Department of Agriculture and Stock, Brisbane, January 14th, 1914. MT. .'J, Flynn, Esq,, Wooroolin, Dear Sir,--I am in receipt of your letter of 13th inst,, enclosing a cut ting from the Wangaratta "Ohron dole," drawing attention to the "Spineless Cactus." The Department of Agriculture ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 January 1914

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CRICKET. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 January 1914

ORIOKIET, SYDNIY, Tuesday. The Shoeffield Shield match bo twoon N.S.W. and Victoria was de layed for some time by a dust storm In their first innings, N.S.W. made 675, Vidt9ria made 332 . in their first visit to the wickets, and fol lowing on have lost two wickets for 112,

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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 January 1914

THE MARKETS, Wheat is quiet at se 61d alongside; February delivery is worth Bs 6Od, Oats are dull at is 9id for prime milling, and is 8d heavy food, Barley is qulot at 2s 2d. Oapo malting, Potatoes are easier at £3 10a Oar mons, Plakoyoe £3, Onions £6 Globes,

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 January 1914

CORRESPONDENCE, (We are not responsiblo for the opinions expressed by our Corres. pondents.)

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SHOCKING FIRE IN BRISBANE. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 January 1914

SHOOKING FItRM IN BRISBANf. BRISBANE, Tuesday, A serious fire, unhappily accompan led by loss of life, occurred at Tar lnga, near BrIsLtane, this morning, The Salvation :Army Women's Home caught fire and was totally destroy ed. The escape of a number of the in mates was cut off, One woman was burnt to death. Two others, who jumped from the balcony, sustained such injuries that. they have since sucoumbed in the Brisbane Hospital. Several other women were more or less seriously injured, It isa re ported that a. girl inmate has con fessed that she set fire to the building.

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HARBOR TRUST BOYCOTTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 January 1914

HARBOR TRUST BOYCOTTED. From to-morrow the members of the Amalgamated Engineers' Society the Federated Boilermakers' Society, the Shipwrights' Union, and the Ironworkers' Association, as fore 'shadowed a few . days ago, will refuse to work on any job for the Harbor Trust. This decision'was arrived at by a conference,' hold at the Trades Hall on Sunday, and con firmed at a meeting of delegates to day,

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Late State News PLANNING NEW SESSION. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 January 1914

Late State Nes --4-9---- PLANNING NEW SE1SSION, MDIBBOURNE, Tuesday Night. Mr. Cook, the Prime Minister, stated to-day that a meeting of the Federal Cabinet was to beo hold on Phursday, and that he expected aftoer wards to boe ablo to announce the dat I for the noext session of Parlia mont,

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CRICKET. SPRINGHURST v. LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 January 1914

CRICKET. SPRINflHURST v, LAKE, Lake visited Springhurst on Sat urday and sullered defeat, Lake bat ted first and were all disposed of for 56. Springhurst responded with 129 for eight wickets. The bowling for Springhurst was done by the follow ing:-E. Kerr 6 for 16, A. Kerr 1 for 17, D. Cunneen 2 for 8, A. Ellis 0 for 6, M. O'Brien 0 for 4. W. Plum 1 for 0. BPRINGHURST. J. Pearce, b MaCallum .... ..... 20 E. Kerr, b F, Grantham ... .., .. 62 A. Kerr, .b Bell ,,, , .............. 17 iR. Rosengreen; b F. Grantham ... 14 A. Tonkin, c R. Yates, b Bell ... 3 A. Ellis, run out ... . ............ 0 W. Plum, b F. Grantham ,,, ....,,, 0 G. Pearce, not out ...... ...,,,... 9 A. Plum, run out ... .. .... . 0 D. Cunneoon, not out .............. 2 Sundri es ...wk...t ...... . ... 12 Eight wlikets for ... ,..... 129

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SHEEP SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 January 1914

8HEEP BALEB, At the Newmarket yards to-day there were 36,000 sheep yarded, There was a large attendance of all class as of buyers. Bidding was very spir ited, and prices ruled a shade easier, Quotations.-Prime xb)red wethers, .17s 6d to 19s; extra do, 20s to 23s; good do. 16s to 17s; seconds do, from 15s; prime xbred ewes 15s to 10s Gd; extra do, 17s 6d to 20s; good do, 138 to 14s; others from 10s; prime mer Ino wethers 1Us to 17s; extra do, 17s to 18s; good do, ls Gd to 14a Gd; second do, Uls Gd to 1as Gd; in ferior 9s 6d to lls; prime merino owes 13s to 15s; extra do, 15s Gd to 16s Gd; good do, 10a Gd to 12 6d; 'second and inferior 7s to 9s d,.

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