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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914
FLANAGAN. NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES. SATURDAY, 31st JANUARY. Clearing Sale at Myrtlcford account Mrs W. H. Edgar. Sale of 59a, Ir, 17p, freehold land, at Tarrawingoee, by order of the mortgagee, ,TUESDAY, 3rd FEBRUARY, Wangaratta Pig and Dairy Cattle Market. Sale of 142 acres freehold Land at Whitfield, account Mr. R. O. 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 Taminick, account Es tate Robert Gibbons, deceased. FRIDAY, 20th FEBRUARY, Great special Sale of Store Cattle, at Myrtleford, the first of the Autumn Sales this year. FRIDAY, 27th FEBRUARY. Sale of 1126 acres Buffalo River lands horses, cattle, sheep, etc., ac count A. W, Fletcher, Esq. On Dates to be Fixed in February. Sale of 662 acres freehold land, par ishes Tarrawingeeo, arraragar mungeo and Bungamero, account estate P. Costello, Clearing Sale at Norong, of plant, stock, grape crop...
MINSTREL CONCERT. SUCCESSFUL ENTERTAINMENT. A LARGE AUDIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914
MINSTREL CONCERT, SUOOE(SSVUL ENTEItAINMIENT. A LARGE AUDIENC'E. The Wangaratta Branch of the A,N,A,, which is endeavouring to raise suflicient funds to initably en tertain the delegates tn the Annual Conference in March next, organlied a Minstrel and I)ranatic Concert, which took place at Hler Majesty's Theatre on Thursday evening. The building was packed to the doors, and from the outset the audience entered into the spirit of the pro gramme, which was .one of htlmor al most throughout; and, taking it all through, one of the hest local pro grammes presented for solme years; the only feature to complain of be ing its length. A performer new to Wangaratta wan Mr.' An drew Higginson, who a; one of the cornermen, was a decided success, and was re-called three times for his singing of "0 you Beautiful Doll," Mr. Roweroft also was a suc cess in his items as cornerman. Mr. Jack Preston has not lost any of his popularity with a local audi ence, and he was loudly applauded for his various ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914
C. J. AIIliRN, Barrister and Solicitor, REID ST11IC'T, WANGARATTA. Moneys to Lend on Leasehold and Freehold, and all other forms of securities at lowest rates of interest, NOTOUTT & PURBRIOK, Barristers and Solicitors, REID S'TREliT, WANGARATTA. Mr. T, F, Notcutt, a Commlssioner for taking afldavits;a Mr. F. 0, Pur, brick, Trust and other Moneys to Lend at Lowest Rates. OHAS, H. SUMMERS, A.R.Y.I.A, ARCHITECT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta. JASPER HUSBAND, B.A,, L.L.,., Barrister and Solicitor. REID STREET, WANGARATTA. H, A, MURDOOH, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR, REID STREET, WANGARATTA. Commissioner for taking Affitdavits, Moneys to Lend at lowest rates. 1HOMAS GRAHAM,. B.L., BARRISTER & SOLICITOR. The firm of Graham and MAwdoch having been dissolved, Mr. GCLsham 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 (Next Mr. Vandou...
DISTRICT NEWS NORTH WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914
DISTRICT?? NEWS lOllRTH WANIUARATTA. A vacancy exis;tu at State School No, 239 1 for a cewing mistress. Ap plication; will be received up till 12th. e'cbrluary from persons competent to ill the position. The salary is £40 per anium,. WAHGUNYAH. Members of the Wahgunyah riding of the Shire of Rutherglen and the residents of Wahl,unyah will be pleaCted to learn that, as the result of relrecrentations made to the lion. the Minister of Water tiaupply by the Ilon,. J. lowser, M.L.A., that the loani for the carrying out of tho Wnahgnyah water sapply schemeo ilght hI explcditicd il order to aL lotw of water 1being used during next [uniii:i'er, the ichlliielle iS oII well as riureld. Mlr.l lowecr telegraphed oni Thurlisdlayo o the conulting hiydliraulic enlgineer aitnd dleigner of the sch1iicio (Mr. G, W. U. Vemable, (.EI.), as follows;--"Money included in bill to be introduced next week, Ietter front Minister following to-morrow auth orising you proceed necessary steps for beginning work."...
WILBY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914
WILBY. The death occurred at Witby on Monday of one of the oldest residents of the district in the person of Mrs Charles Roberts, senr, at the ripe age of 78 years, She had livel in= the Wilby district for upwards of 35 years, and was highly respected by all who knew her. Deceased leaves a family of.three sons and seven daug.., tors. The remains were interred in the Lake Rowan cemetery on Tues day.
MOTORISTS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914
MOTORISTI ' ASSSOCIAT?ION. In rets;)onli0 to a? alldvert iclclllt iila'uirtd by 1)r, It, G. dMclay con \'(enig? it Ila m 'ttilig of mliotor fill' ow'l eii to fol'll at A;;loclattiol to pro tect, the intcre;;t of iotoiient, the following gentleiana a eIr?mbled at theu RIoyal \'Victoria Hotel, Wang;arat ta, on \\:odne(aday evening:-D)r11 W. )Docker and Ii, U. AlcIay, Aleurrs i). C, Mclienozio, W. Aneloron, UCE., 1i, Evans, A, V. AicAlieco, W, G. Bryant, it. G. Norton, A. Parnell, J. and J. Byrne, Dr. Docker was voted to the chair, Dr. McLay, who had been interest ing himself in the movement, stated that owners of cars were keen on forming an association in Wangarat ta. Many of them could not attend that night, but their sympathy and money were with the association. The following gentlemen had promis ed to join and assist the Associa tion:-Dr, MoCardol, Dr. Henderson, Dr. Boyes, Messrs R; Sloan, H. Fal coner, A, H. Smith, G. J. Docker, F, 0, Hughes, A. Clomonts, W. Cal lander, J. D. Ne...
WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914
WOOL SALES. Messrs Golddly?ough, Mort and Co's second sale of the year included an other good showing of wools from the south east of South Australia, As compared with last week good stylish morinocs were greatly sought after, selling at prices which showed a,slight improvement on those then ruling, but on the other hand xbreds of all descriptions, more particularly when at all irregular, were distinct ly easier, and in buyers' favour. Scoured, of which the catalogue con tained some 1100 bales, attracted good attention, and made very full rates, Our sale next week, 4th Feb ruary, will practically close the sea son in this centre, Prices included: !South-Basteern,-Bothune I 13(d, Moerlong 13id, DB/Groonbank, 121d, GW/SS 121d, Burnside 13d, Powcena, 12 d, 1E/lledbank, 12d. Western Victoria.--Edenlolgh 13d, lloathorvalo/4AD 121d, JB/Ohetwynd 13d, C/Grange 131d, Erindale/JM .ld (top price of the day.) North-lastern,-JW/Choviot 12id, Jl11/Thornton 12d, Glenbura 12jd, THHII/Corilla 13d. U...
INTERESTING LAW POINT. LONDON, Later. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914
INTERESTING LAW POINT. LONDON, Later, The "Star" (Liberal) this evening rises a now point in regard .to the deportation of the South African Labour Leaders. It suggests that the captain of the steamer Umgoni may be liable to be indicted for false imprison mont, It mentions a similar case in 1859, when a master-mariner named Lesley, captain of an English vessel, entered into a contract with the Chilian Government to convey a number of persons, banished for political oflencos, to Liverpool, The then Lord Ohief Justice of England held that Chilian law beyond the three-mile limit was superseded by British law, and Captain Lesley was accordingly convicted for, false im prisonment,
Important to Every Woman MRS M. P. STEWART. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914
Important to Ervery Woman MRB M. P. STIEWART, of the Headquartera Stall of "THE LADIES' COLLEGEE OF1 HEALTH," 46 Elizabeth Stroot, Melbourne, will visit Wangaratta on the fourth Mon day of each month, and may be con sulted at the FIIiEE LIBRARY, from 12 noon till 6 p.m. Every wo man who i the victim of ill-health or who is threatened with a critical operation, and every wife who hai boon disappointed in her dciiro to fill the noble mnii?ion of motherhood, should cuok the ekilful advice of Mlru Stowart, who i, the. only lady vilit ing Wangaratta, autlhori)Icd to uitp ply Dr. I. M. Coonlcy' a celbrated Orange Lily Ilhuo 'T'reatm.cult. Tihone who cannot call per1lodnlly are ii vitod to dund d for poitaget to lIo partmeont 13, ladicu' Collego of Health, 16 Elizahbth Itrcual, Mel bourno, for at free coy of "'Womua' Guido to llealth," a book which every woman eholld pou?oc*l.
ULSTER'S PREPARATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914
ULSTEmR'S PREPARATIONB, The preparations to resist: Home Rule go steadily on. Dozens of groat country houses in Ulster are. being quietly prepared for use as hospitals with full eo:uipmont, The drilling of the Ulster volunteers continues to take place every night in hundreds of centroe. All of the corps are loavened with army reservists.
Late Cable News Late State News HOME RULE BILL. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914
ILite albe ?ews Late State Bews [FROM REUTER.] HOME RULE DILL. LONDON,' Friday. Mr. William O'Brien, the Independ ent Nationalist leader, who recently resigned his seat for Cork as a chal lenge to the Nationalists, and was re-elected unopposed, addressed a. meeting of his constituents on Thurs day. Mr. O'Brien declared that the Home Rule Bill cannot pass in its present form, which is fundamentally bad. Ministers must socure the sanc tion of a general election for the now bill, as otherwise it would be im possible to call out the King's troops to enforce it,
DEPORTED LABOUR LEADERS. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914
DEPORTED LABOUR LEADERS' LONDON, Friday. The deportation of 'the ten South African Labour leaders is being keenly discussed by the press and the public in England,, The London newspapers are eagerly awaiting the vindication of the acts of the Union executive by the Prime Minister (General Botha), and also the debate on the subject in the Union Parliament. The drastic nature of the step taken by the Union Governmnent has given 'rise to suppositions that something not revealed lies behind the move, Some .newspapers have emphasised the view that the de ported men started a revolution, which failed, but had it succeeded a native rising would have been almost inevitable,
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914
GENERAL. The question Who owns the In alienated land of Rliodesia-the Char tored Company-or the British Gov ernment, has:been referred to the Privy Council. Lady Eldon Gorst, daughter of Rev. Lorenzo Moore, of Christchurch, N,Z., and wife of Sir John Goret, died on Wednesday.
WANGARATTA STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914
WANGARATTA STATE SCHOOL. Sir Alex. Peacock has lost no time in urging on the work of the now State School for Wangaratta, the plans of which have been delayed by the lacl, of funds, The followlng let tor has been handed to Mr. J, Dow ser, M.LA., and when we remember that the Loan Application Bill only passed the Assembly on Wednesday, it is clear that the Minister has lost no time in putting this work in mo tion, Education Ofilce, Melbourne, Jan. 28th, 1914, Dear Sir Alex,-I have just come from the Public Works Department, where I have been discussing the plans for the remodelling of the Wangaratta State School building. I am not qflite satisfied with the plans and have a distinct promise from the district architect that he will let me have plans with any amendments to-morrow, , You can promise Mr. Dowsor that the work will be put in hand at once, I think I can assure him that the remodell ing will be a satisfactory one as now intended.-Yours faithfully, F. TATS,
THE RABBIT PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914
THE RABBIT PROBLEM. (By "The Critic,") It's a pity that poor bunny, is such a dreadful post, Its depredations they, extend round north, south, east and west, iThey propagate so rapidly,. increas. ing day .by day, In thousands, so that farmers will be forced to clear away, Poor bunny's fond of herbage, that is succulent and green, It lives upon the very best of every thing that's' soon. They are careful too of danger, for at the slightest sound They scamper like the d-l to their burrows underground, There is one thing pretty certain that bunny will not stop Until it has eaten every cookies patch of grass or crop. The farmers therefore should com bine, and take a proper, stand, To check the rabbits, or they will be masters of their land. If farmers. netted round their land, the' way they ought to do, The rabbits they would disappear, and very quickly too, The netting should be put at least, six inches in the ground, It is a good preventative, when wire netting round. Then when your fe...
BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914
OIEECHWOlTI I. AN l4ilowvilg; it (WP hIow i fire 01l iilIlt IN, if fuI'znur'u wife at (lap lun hd pluued~ Molliuu gluutuu juuuti onI iu ing;liuut: feuuue, uuuud, uiuem t.ue aft1er auude, thiu feiuce wanl ulublaing, the rays of the nunuiu IuIVlng coIucouutratete anad ignite t1o dry, WOW,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914
'IFORMERLY PAIT 01' TIlE IENOWNE1 "'EIT'INIONG"' IEST'ATE. A.SsIjllD C'OOTAMUNDRA,1 - .WALLENDENI,IA, NI)/H,]Ey IJISTRICT. For Auction Saue at Wallendbeen, WEDNESSDAV, 25th tV-ElUIARY. 2,755 ACRES, FREEHOLD, in 6 Blocks, 265 acres upwards, in cluding Homestead Block 879 acr.s. iSituated 8 milef from YEO YEO Railway Siding, 11 miles from Wallundlwen Itailway, and Town on ALBURY-SYDNEY RAILWAY LINE. The whole is HIGH GRADE WHEAT Land, combined with ideal FAT LAMB RAISING COUNTRY, very heavy carrying. Ieautiful loamy soil with wonderfully retentive sub-soil. LARGE AREAS CLEARED and been cultivated-crops last season yielded up to 10 BAGS per acre. GOOD AREAS SUITABLE LUCERNE, and portions already. established. TERMS OF PAYMENT:-15 per cent. deposit, balance in eight equal annual instalments COMMENCING FEBRUARY 1916, Interest 5 per cent. per annum, payable half yearly, Inspection conlidently recommended. NO BETTER DUAL PURPOSE LAND OFFERING. Plan and further information obtainable and ar...
AGRICULTURAL HIGH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914
AGRICULTURAL HIGH SCHOOL. The staff at the A.H.S., \Vaugarat ta, will probably bo as follows for 1914 :-Headmaster, Mr, F. Ilefshaugd assistants, Misses Bartels, Thomas, Stirling, Cruickshanks, and Gron ville, Messrs Handley, Simcocks and irlker, Misses Cruickahanks and Grenville will attend other contres also. The result of last year's work at the local A,I-I.S, was very satisfac tory, Three passed the Public Ser vice examination, and one the Bank or's examination, seven the Junior Public, two the Senior Public, and two matriculated., The results of the teachers' examination are not yet tc .hand. Twenty-six distinctions were obtained at the public examina tions. An alteration in the -lumber of terms at thle State l-II|,h i h0li0(l81) h~1 Ieon made by the idlue(aion Dlepart. mlet. Formnely there were f our terms. This eaured taime dicsorgani=; at.on in the work. In ful.ture there will he only three ternm), and1 the fcc) will collnelucntly aOunolltl to £2 per term, !c~a