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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914

WHAT A BLESSING. What a blessing it is Sought after by thousands. People are finding it out. Many a miserable man is happy now. Nights of unrest, days of trouble. Any irritating skin disease means this. Piles mean it. Eczema just as bad, and just as hard to cure. But' Doan's Ointment does it, Relieves at once and cures if you use it long enough. A specific for any irritation of the anin. A blessing for a suffering public,. Here's proof of it. Mrs. James Lunny, oil Parfitt Road, Ovens Flat, Wangaratta, says: "Twelve years ago I made a state ment to the effect that we had prov ed the sterling worth of Doan's Oint ment for irritation of the skin, and for use as a general household rem edy, During these twelve years we have not changed .our minds about this valuable preparation, unless to .think better of it, Sufferers from any form of skin troubles take my advice-got Doan's Ointment at once, and put an end to your sufferings. I got it at Hughes' Pharmacy," Doan's Ointment is a specific...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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(Added by our Rabbit Expert.) [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914

, t(Added by our Rabbit Export,) And if you trap the bucks alone and let the does go free; You'll soon have fifty millions where now there's two or three; And should the farmer take the tip .so neatly given by you We can all go rabbit trapping thero'll be nothing elseo to do,

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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VALUE OF FINGER PRINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914

VALUE OF FINGER PRINTS. In this qase the value of finger prints system ;f identifying criminals was proved. When the police arrest ed Nolan and Eccles their finger prints were taken and forwarded to Detective Potter, the finger print ex pert, and on going through his vast collection of prints he found that they corresponded with two ofienders who had previously done time. The value of the system was shown in the case of Nolan' who, when asked if he had been sentenced to six months in 1884 for illegally using a horse, denied; it, but when shown his photograph as taken by the Mol bourne Police, he admitted the of fence. Eccles, likewise, admitted prior convictions. The police have dono.a servicoe to the town and ,com munity by securing the further con viction of this old and unrelenting offender,

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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LARCENY OF MOTOR TUBES. OLD OFFENDER GETS 12 MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914

LARCENY OF MOTOR TUBES. Old) OFFlIN1)111I G(iET1' 12 MOtNT'il Wil. Eccles, 28 years of age, a but cher by trade, and whore lastit ilaco of residence was Foot'l'ay, and Frank Nolan, alia? Mc(aurthy, llar ris, etc., and who i? 1ii ycar! of ago, and a labourer, residing at. Foot; cray, when a free man, were before the Wangaratta Police Court oi Thursday, charged with the larceny of two motor car tubes, and a kit of tools the property of Win. Nic holls, of Benalla, valued at £3. The Bench consisted of Messrs J, Trot man and J. Buckley, J's.P. The information was laid by Con stable Mallon;; Sergeant Beckwith conducted the case for the Police, Evidence was given .by W. Nicholls, F. Ried, A. V, MoAlioco, Oonstable Mallon and Constable Ryan, It showed that on 19th January, W. Nicholls was returning from Wan garatta to Bonalla in his motor car, and when two miles south of Glen rowan, it caught fire, and was al most wholly destroyed. He left the car and' walked to Bonalla. When he returned on...

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WORKER'S COMPENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 31 January 1914

WORKER'B COMPENSATION, The Watt Government on Wednesday passed a bill providing .that in case of accident or death of a workman or woman the employer shall be liable to the extent of £1 10s a week during the illness of the workman and £500 in case of ldeath, The Act will set up a government insurance office, into which all premiums must be paid. These range, according to the nature of the trade or industry from 12s Od per £100 to £3 0ls.nper £100, The insurance of all workmen will - be compulsory from the date when the act comes into operation. The Country Party drew up a series of amendments to provide that the payment of premiums be divided be tween the State, the employer and the employee. This was known as the contributory prinqlple, and it distributed the burden amongat those concerned in a fair way. 'The em ployer to pay five-sixths of the proe miura to the State Insurance Com missioner, and be entitled to deduct two-sixths of that amount from the wages of the employee. The St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

In Many Things "Comparisons are Odious. BUT If you Contemplato the Purchase of a ?IOTOR ,CAR take th0 trouble to compare the sweet silent running HUPMOBILE with all other makes and you will soon be convinced that the HUPMOBILE is easily THE BEST PROPOSITION ON THE MARKET,. We are the direct representatives of the Australian Agents, and we will be pleased to supply you with full particulars, The Hupmobilo is not the Cheapest Motor in price on the Market, but it is the lowest priced car, consistent with best Workmanship, and the upikeep and running expenses are the least of any car, Think this matter over well, it will pay you, A. V. McALIECE AND CO. The North-Eastern Motor Garage.o OlIiI M ~131 i', H\A] E in jut as full of lAife, Vigor, and Enthusiasm I t,, the bef'giming. EIA ery hIyYt iIds here a lost of bargains--she (1<(15 that iuUI" le'd ctions rt' iiH Jr'ql t li.i We advertise. AND LIET US WHIi$L'FJ A WOlf) OF WARNING . We cannot hold this sale onl mueli loiget, Ho c...

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AMENDMENT OF THISTLE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

AMENDMENT OF THISTLE ACT. At the monthlily meeting of tihe North Ovens 8hire Council held (on Monday a circular letter wau lread from the secretary of the Municipal Association of Victoria with referen ce to the bill to further rnacnd the 'hietle Act, which hasi beern pa?sed by 1.i te Lciiliative (Council, and in now before the Lgisl?latie Aiucenlbly, The let telr contain the following eta benicnti withi reggard to the hill: Chlaiufe I to 8 contain decirable proviiool for which milllicilpalitlc:i haive oftien akedl, tand the adoption of which the assoeiation lam been rgrlug for several year)., (laaee I trolocec to emlipOwer the (Goverlior-inll-(i'o nicil to 1r'orliill any district in hiclih Inox(coi \( wieili ilare growing "an infested aiteat" and to fornlilate a isceme foir celieliig and ulitimately erlat(liciatil, sulh wedl . It tlhose trelas the eliforicllle lt ,f the act by thie colinicil \,ill be ,omi pulsoryi In dlefaullt of rt lit,, the MIlnister ilmay appoiint a leron who wi...

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BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

BEECH-tWORTI I, Miuses ?hulahl (Gle?e uon, Au icMutt gun and A. Meehan, th tdly tthruc ttuandhlaltett prettented by thu lhitilit Convent, witre iutt(eictitlll itn l?lh th I Junllotr Pulb lic nd Jnk,' (WI'? |.?. tcinl txa int(ut ?io ?, a lhd ptti lltut I withtt teerh l ditinction;. t li,? i ht lah he' of {'(1II PII'.( ' (' xhibit)io ({ pen'11 to all Victoria), calrring? with it? a? (nll prllize of t'201, ill coinnecl io:nl ;witlh ]lt'e ' aml Jt il t P ,] lio (' ?lC lin l' gunl isectlled tht, 1ieiluc~thtr l?,tuhvt l :Vl i prize, (Carryit w tith it ul, tantu prize of ,d i ( i) (to all Qi, 9,ria), It will (:ov r ben en ibtdh the teloly l ?i ? prnl ;? av,'trded inl rcilgr t'n , tion with the Jlnitr loutf'reih 1. utnillatiio have, hb'(a ?,tcUr'e by) |ptit lhJ atilt?'nliltg the litJ'chivwt~u h lhrigi ditu CoIn\veInt achool Trhe Pl'ttlh [([rar~y tlotnnittee, tclo++d !ht? yar witl, at t+udil, of d'll 9++ tht, NI? (over'nment sub+?+dy was ;'eceived, and the) Shhre touncil grant: WM£t re€dutQ~...

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BOORHAMAN RECREATION RESERVE. RESIDENTS AGAIN WAIT ON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

B00RHAMAN 1RECREALTION RESERVE. IRESIDENTS AGAIN WAIT ON COUNCIL. Messrs J. H. Sanadfordl, J.P, Fred McDonal d . A. SHnallford, 3. Mc Kinty and 1'. I-Iennc?sy waiteld ,n the North Ovcens hliire Council on Mon lday to lay Ibefore it crlta ain sugcs tioiiu in colnnectionl with the deIire A reiCideunt of llol'hlllllli to lpro li'e a ;uitablu ricieatioi lreisi\'tve iii che townahip, M1r,. Nalr lfl l'rd s id tllltt the d(el)uta tioji d lesi d the (JollliCil'( in(ibtanllc? ill anpprl'(2iChlnli Govei'iiilent to skl thut 80 of the 100 acres inll the water recerve on the Springhurst--loorha lilall roall, all klnown an Fogarty's, I or 1-cad's ldam, he sol, and that the proceeds be used, together with the money raised from the sale of the llreseit recreation reserve of (2 acres on the Ovens river (and which is unsuitable for that purpose), in purchasing 40 acres of the racecourse paddock from Miss Shea for use as a recreation reserve, It was contended that twenty acres including the dam would ...

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GLENROWAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

GLENROWAN. For the week ondlng Jq.llary 31It 91 points of raig woe rogilsterde, Mlr, S. Hargeant, in the employ of Mh'. W. 11. Mcl~ean, Ildunltnith, imet with Itij inful itccilenjt on 'lieu thy e.Venlilnlg MIr "l t lHtlarge tl I hioli ing htne y draugha t httr'te ,ihetli the n nillt pjulltd wa'yi , lettiug !lti foiul fool(r tmine down'l 'lmarily on the lr fe t I lifthe titsthl, teatrigi awayl,? lithe Inc( nlil anld lrthucingb lithe ftto (itt PUll. 'The aallelO i e .l,\ ly 'trec ,'etring: underl upI uhiorced holi lahy, 'llih t, ev. jal, the K lly, il thLe ~t'thleinp+orhd, lOtd,,r, opeuntd +t njn alton in tih ti \elirtiwalil lC, (Chuli h on '1ittoithay mlaw inlllag 'itej IIllBloII will tar~m1ateQ 911 iSundtdy titjOlhi'ti.

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St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Wangaratta. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

St, Paul's Prouiyturlail UI:itlrh, W8biuarattt,. BUNII AY \ ', 1IIIItJAlV th. 11 and 'l.3O.-l~tv. 1. ChiluhtIhi. S1t. Andrew'd, Oxley, $t,? p.m. Ill V. F. 011 1, !]Ll/ .?

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J. BUCKLEY. THE MART. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

J, BUOKLEY, THIC MAIIT. J, 1Juckley tho Mart, poports hav iug sold a considorablo quantity ofI furniture in' d goneral goods, A flue entry o[ poultry, fruit, vogotahblos, etc., was cloar0d, Turkeys avoraged 0d per lb,, turkoy heonp up to Gp Cd Pair; chlckoeps to 28 9Ju parl; dugkg t is G d puairu, Wo will hold ( pcjC iJl sale of fulrniture, etc,, on the 14tll inst, Catalogue0s will beo avail ruble on the 10th. Goods will bo on voiew from 11th,

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Wangaratta Baptist Church. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

1WandarQtla ~l.Q tist ClPotlal, SUNI)AY, l,'ldll90 t ARY\' s th. 11 andl 7.30.-Mr. No?nest Potors,

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DOIG & VALLENDER WANGARATTA PIG SALE. Tuesday, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

DOIG & VALLENDER WANGARATTA PIG SALE. Tuesday, February 3. Dolg and Vallender report:- A splendid yarding of all descriptions of plgsB,to a good attendance qf buy ora, bidding was brisk, and tlihe high prices ruling at last market fully maintained, We sold: BaUconers a/o W, Dovors 4 at 75s; a/c A, E, Bonnott 3 al, 3US; a/i F, Jefley 1 at £3 12e; a/c J, Jackson 2 at 538a; a/c 8, Jones,.1 at 79s; a/c J. Simpson 2 at 59s; a/c J. Martin ! at 79s; a/e J. Maguir' 4 at 45s; a/o E, Rhigg 2 at 84s; a/c E. Jones 1 at 84e; n/c O, Brown 1 at £2 2s; a/4 H, Way 6 aut £3 7q Gd, 1 at 77s; a/c R, Admas 3 at G65s; a/oc Mrs McCormick 2 at 84s; u/q P, O'Keelio 6 at 58sJ a/c F. lReid 4 at 53s; n/e n, M, H1il 1 at 53k; _/g J, K1,y 1 at 52s; /c A Io!loro 2 at165s; 4/9 D, Sparks 6 at 41s; a/o M, O'Donoghue 3 at 44a Gd; backpat tern, 1 a/o Mrs Minogue £4 18e 6d; 1Ra/.R, M, Bammon £5 s. ntores, -6 M, O'Doniglnl £1 16G; ' MIrs, Nangh £1 18s; a G, DelanOy £1 18 Gd; 8 T. Moroney £1 16e; 5 D. Sparks to £...

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DREDGING AT KILLAWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

DREDGING AT KILLAWARRA, ----4~--- A printed letter has been in - circulation amongst members of the State 'Parliament during the past week. It comes from a Wangaratta syndicate, and proposes to begin on the Lower Ovens the destruction of land and water that is now desolating the Bright valley. We printithis circular in another column of this issue. The naivete of this appeal for the right to destroy a national asset, and the pose of disintereste.d patriots seeking to improve the "summer grass" of the Killawarra flats, are deliciodus. The unconscious humour breaks through the lines In a broad grin. Let us examine this document, TIhe first chapter on the land opens with a solemn indictment of the soil of the Killawarra Flats. It is of "a very inferior clayey quality," "sub ject to flodds," "quite unfit for agri cultural purposes," "intersected with lagoons" and "infested with rab bits," On ,this evidence the unfor tunate soil of Killawarra Flats stands condemned. It is not only useles...

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EVANS & MACONOCHIE. WANGARATTA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

EVANS & MAONOC?1IE WANGARATTA MARKET. Evans andMaconochie repiort, hold ing the above market on Thursday, 29th January, when they yarded a very heavy supply of both sheep and cattle, including a fair proportion of fatsin both sections, the attendance of buyers was a large one, and com potition keen, graziers operating tree ly throughout the sale. . Fat Shcep.-rWe sold pens of xbred owes a/c Mr. Thos,. Newth, Milawa, 15s 11d, 14s 11ld and 16s id; merino wothoers a/c Mr., J, Wood, Everton, 14s; xbreul owes for the same owner 14s lid; and lambs at 13. Cd; xbred owes a/c Mr. W. J. Ellis, Lilliput, 13s 10d, 15s 9d, 16s id, , and 14s; lambs a/c same owner at 14s; fat ewes a/c Mr. W, R, H. Brien 15s 4d; lambs a/e Mr. A. Murdoch, Milawa, 12. 9d; lambs a/o Mr. E. Martin, Hansonville 12s 10d; and owes for the same owner 15s 8d; fat owes a/e Mr. H, Dilley, loralma, 16s 6d; lambs a/e Mr. W. R, Doig, Laceby lstate, 12s 6d; fat owes a/c Mr. Jacobs, Loondrigan, 14s 8d; fat lambs a/c Mr, P,...

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BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

OENAILA, On Saturday, 11th February, l)r. R, ilbsworth, accompanied by hisi mother and Miss Wllih (WEangard't ta), will leave on a trip to JavaL rihey will bo abolse.t for tlhrb C mEEnth1 , and might possibly viHlt I lJaan. IBOBINAWAllRA ll. , Mr, J,? MontgomEry haEE Er liole, LvEO YCIIr old( l'EEtE|I1l. I 'LILht L Iy Il dErtl'E l Star. Tihe aninlElE whileI rlllinlg inl the0 Daddock, Irolie iltL leg and1 hItd to he dcstroyced. It. wVoE Iirpil. prizE at, the WEungarE a ItIL; P1:1 Ph1,. 1lop pickiI, lg will IL EL on LueLc(EL' .d at. MI's JiEpl0ll[ E Eon III 8:'LEE' IIILr n(LXI. welk, Ithe eighlte'n IhaLEEIL) EEL'L'EEd hI(Lv illg aL'l 'LLu y )'C'EE CL'llllE(!l Te. h t''?p of 33 . 'cra LI romEiULL to ie gLoLd. ME .I, Maherci of (C?llool, ailso hIw EL nice 11op crolp., Last yCIr' the PIriceC? olbtained were W rein o l ld tIo It 6d p1)r Ib,

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. WANGARATTA PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

AUrcTIONEE3~]1~RS' REPlllORTS F',ANACAi, INEW1MAN & 00C, WANG A GA'i"i'A PIG MAflIFi'T, iLe~i ]i"hllanagan, Newmlan land Co. report hiaving held tlhir usual fort nii phtly market at the vardi yester day ano followns ;--1acon Pigs. - We had a very fair yarding of bacon elr, which included sonic very prima pigs. The market throughout wan extremely brisk, and p)rices showed a rlso of 10a per head, quotationi being well up to Melliourne market. Primo baconors sold for Mrs, Moore of Whitfleld, m'ado £4 7s cd: a/c Mr G. V. Phllipson, £4 4s; several other pens 6f pigs £4 to £4 38s td: lightor £3 10s to £3 17s. Porkers. - Practically no porkers penned, Sltore Piga,-Smanll yarding andil brisk demand, every lot being sold out at auction at very satisfactory prices. Forward stores 478 to 54/6; slips 25a to 30s; sucears 17s to 20.

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Late Cable News TUNNEL PROPOSED. COPENHAGEN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

LaLn ll bkle [FROM REU'fER.] T'IUNNI?L PHIOPOSII, COPENIIAGEN, IEnglneers are nogotiating with tho Nwedolih Govornment for the con ttruction of I iulblmarinl tunnel, IiC h ginning at Copulnhagcn and ending at Mahlmo, in Swedon, a distance of 17 miles, wi.th a station hall way, on the Island of Saltholni, Tho cost of tho ochemo in eostimat cd at £5,000,000,

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BOORHAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

BOORHAMAN. Mrs oSeymour, wife of Mr. Jere miah Seymour, of Norong, was on Sunday, while, driving to Mass thrown out and injured. As Sho was driving along the road she was con versing with Mrs Power, who was seated in another conveyance, when the whool of the gig went over af qbstruction, ovorturdling tile vehicle, Mr Boeymour was thro\vp heavily to the ground, fIlling on her face, which was badly lacerated, Sh0 also sustained injuries to one hand, and sufforod severely from shock, Thbe ac cident occurred close to the ehurch, and assistance was quickly at hand, Messrs J, J, McKinty and T', Fog arty proceedilng to the spot in their motor ears,' After temporary relief had been afforded, Mrs SeBoymour was driven to Waugaratta by Mr, 'Fog arty andl aldmitted to Sister Goil moro's privato hosplital, whore under the care of Dr. J, h, IHendcrso?n she is making goocd progress. UPPEIf EDI A well atteoloeld mooting of the Edi Progress Association was hIldi at Stall's Hotol, Edi, on Saturday, 3...

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