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OVENS AND MURRAY DAIRY CO. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

OVENS AND IUIIRAY DAIRY 00C, ---- -01-e- -- The fortieth half-yearly meeting of shareholder·s in thiti comalnyly waat held at the CarrirrC' A rma IIotel Springhuret, on lnturday afternoon. The attendance of rballemohlerc was very nmall, and mev\eral proxies had to be collected before a nIumaIber oltli. clent to co(l:ti(tate a qUaoreum a ?am obtained. 'Tho1e prIJe!;clt were: M1c ers J. I. W\hitehead, T. l)aolan, J. Wighton, ,I. T'ioley anld J. O'llrien (directorm), and Mlen??r 1). Wilghion, J. Fitzgemahl, A, I. ,man, W. hommri gan, H. ltitley, ,. lunme, and T. D)renen, lMenrlu F. ,I. loiwyer (:;ec rdtary), and 1). Momanm (mabager.) Thoe Secretary readi aIn lapology for absence from the (bhairmtan, Mr, ,I. I-l. Sallfiord. Mru, 'IulObey wen op polnlted ? o thie (lLchai'. The mulncce ;heet andt relporit for the ihalf-year mmled 30th 0ovIt,,fiemr, were asno follown:- LIAAII1LITIES, To Capital ...,......,,. £393 0 0 Due to cream stuplllert 926 9 8 For Wages ......... 20 7 9 For Cartage .....

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

0. J. AHiERN, Barrister and Solicitor, REID 8TlREET, WANGALRATTA. Moneys to Lend on Leasehold and Freehold, and all other forms of osecurities at lowe?t rates of interest. NOTCUTT & PURDRIOK, lIarr?nters and Solicitors, iEII) BrTIETP', WANGAIlATTA, Mr. T. '. Notcutt, a ommnunslesioner for taking alhlavitt; Mr. FP. 0, l'ur. brick. Trutt andll other Moneys to Lend at Lowest RIates. OHAS, HI, SUMMERS, ARV.I.A. ARCHITECT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta, JASPER HUBAND, B.A., L.L.BL,., Barrister and Solicitor. REID STREET, WANGARATTA. II. A. MURDOOH, BARRISTER & SOLIOITOR, REID STREET, WANGARATTA,. Commiasionor for taking Afidavite, Moneys to Lond at lowest rates. THIOMAS GRAHAM, B.L., BARRISTER & BOLIOITOR. 'The firm of Graham and Muwdoch having been dissolved, Mr. (.l Lam will continue business In Chambers in Oommercial Bulldings, Reid Street. Moneys areo awaiting Investment at current rates, DANIEL J. CONNELL, Barrister and Solicitor, MURPHY STREET, WANGARATTA (Nex...

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

0IIURCII SERVICES, WalnU~ratta itlothodlit Clutolli. MINI)A\Y, I'15IltI{IAltY Stih. \WaZ) l ,hIga t I I,- Mr. l)tggi'hy. Wani uarallr : 7.: 0,. -ive'. ,f, I. IJ . 'ow l. ,,ldorldo 11, -l: v, ,. 1 . i, hmwn. Eq hl'dor )d 7l.',l.- Mr. 1)ugll?,?,h y, E'vetonl(l ;l.--M r. l)lll,'ih y~ .

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

FLAhACGAN. NEWIMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES, SATUIlDAY, 7th FEllRUARY. Sale of 689 acres 17 plercheos It count Land, by order of the MIortgageoe, FRIDAY, 13th FEBRUARY. Olearlng sale of land, stock, and effects at Tamlnick, 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. 8ATURDAY, 21st FEBRUARY. Sale of 783 acres magnificent farm lands at Springhurat, account Mr P. O'Brion. FRIDAY, 2th-;FEBRUARY. Sale. (f46 ncrg flntrilo River lands , l.hos. catle,- eep, etc., ac Spoui A. W. Fletchcr, Esq. :.. On Daters to Ie Fixed in February, Salo of (i6 acrce freehold land, par ir shoes Tarrawingeo, Carraragar mungco and ]Iungamoro, account estato P. Costollo. Olearing Sale at Norong, of plant, stock, grape crop, ote,, account Mr, W, J, McKinty, Sale of 400 acres Springhurst Land, account .Mr. Ben, Ounningham. WEDNESDAY, 4th MAROH., Clearing Sale of Land, Stook, Im plements, etc,, at ...

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THE RABBIT PEST. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

THE RABBIT PEST, During the debate in the Loglsla tive Assembly last week on the Vic torlili Loan Bill that £50,000 he voted for wire netting, the follow ing suggestion was made by Hon, J. Bowser, M.L.A,, as reported in "Hansard" ': Mr, Bowser,--I see that £50,000 is to be set apart to provide wire net ting-an instalment of a very 'much larger amounit will be necessary be. fore the people of the State are pro porly protected against the rabbit pest, But .I rose mainly to call at tention to the fact that in our Grown lands we have nurseries for the rab bit pest, increasing the injury which. the ralbbits are doing to the owners 5f the contiguous lands, Now our settlcmncnt is being pushed more and more into the back country, and as it goes forward the trouble, caused by the breeding of rabbits on Grown lands is increasing. There is some thing very unjust in the Grown in sisting upon private holders keeping their land clear of rabbits, while, at the same time, the Grown itself is propag...

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MILK VENDOR HEAVILY FINED. GEELONG, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

MILKI VI?NDOR HEAVILY FINED, GEEI?ONG, Tuosdav, Brldgci Dunn, milk 'vendor, of Gee long West, was at the police court to-day fined £15 10s for having sold impure nmilk. Inspectors Rees and I-lodgo, of tihe H'oalth Department, took some samples of milk which wore said to be deficient in fats of all solids,.

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

TOLtIE, It, l. Ieen uLrrilnget d to holl thte akg minl pic:lhle on 'nl'hlll'?(tl y, Sln('I h ,Slh. .'? \'lu'ic~ i [l'(?,lcl~ll~l lllllU (,1 1L~lrl'll Itll(l 11(, 1·I;(! (l?,'(: 1 I1 JHill 11 l1 ' ll (.I L rll?, T'he u'nlltllltlej l will he pln1 ! ced i) to ?'e vis~ilordi pronentlll from11 all par1(1 ts f the dhItrict, and1(1 Illlurell'(1 thelal f a iUeillt, ?r? A, licule \w?a ?i?lhectltl Lc, sldlri MI, At ~b loe Ws. ,lectedQl vi s0crubtnrg

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WHOROULY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

WHOROUJY RACES?. Flollowilng, are the weights for thebo \Whorouly races to be hold on Fri day poext, Gth February: Maiden Plato, 5 furlongs, W,F.A,- Lady Avon, Amolito, Iioks, Oauarmel, Five Star, Bid, St. Valport, J. Keadly's br, G. 8,11, Handicapl) Pony Race, 14, a.u.,, 5 furlongs.-Orlmson Linoe 9.13, Glenda 9.5, Drown River 9,0, The Doctor 8.9, Iled ian 8,9, Lord Argyle 8.5, Ren ldevous 8,0, Royal Shot 7.6, Pickles 7.0, Vivace 6,13, Rosobranch 6,12, Lily Mac 6,7, A,RV,.6.7. Whorouly Handicap, 1 mileo,--Miss Daplhno 9.12, Ittitox 9., Orlmson Lino 8.7, Brown River 6,10, Billy Blnwn 6.10, Welter -lHack Rac, 5 furlongs, min. \wicight 8.0,-Gnalmol 9.10, Correct 9,7, llendeavous 8,8, IRosobranch 8.3, Lady Avon 8,0, Five Star 8,0, idl 8.0, J1. Keadly's br, G, 8,0, FIlying ltandlcap, 6 lurlongs.-Mihe DIaphlne 10.0, Ittitox 9.9, Lilly Davn 7.0, Illrown RIliver 7,0, lIcks 6.10, ln ,)lits 6,7, Five Star 6.7, Lady Avon Novelty Pony' Inace, 11,2 a.u. I furlolgs,.--Lord Argyle 9.13, Red San Y....

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

----H THE 1Y~EATMt. Mr, Hunlt anticIiateas .risian tom poraturos, Ho forocast for \Victoria Is -Flno, rising ,tomlpe)raturos, annd N,.E., winds, A tendcncy for thunder in the N.E,

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Late State News THE MARKET. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

T'll MAIRET. MllEIIPIU uNE, 'l'Tueday Night. \Vhoat in firm in tule locally. '11There are Iouyern fo Ifl'olr ary Itc livory at 3I 7( for IpaIrOc(l and 3I 62(l for ma1ll nlots. 'l'Tl'(rT are t(cllors of large paircel, at 3I 7,d, wilth a largeo cluantity offering. Not muchl is doling, howovor, andl little or noth Ilg in forward whcat, which may he quotodl at'3/81 for April-Mlay-June and 3s 81d for ,April to Neptcmbler. Oats Is 9?d good milliag, Is 8)d ced, Maize 4s 2d1 prime. Chat! in fair demand at £3 5s whoaton, £3 oaten, Potatoes, Carmons £3 10s, Pink oyea £2 17i 6Gd, Onions, £6 10as brown SpanIlsh, Globes £6 10s. Eggs,-A sharp advanco of 2d doz. took place.o, Ordinary lots O10d, new and lprivato ls to Is 2(1d.

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LABOURERS ON ROYAL ESTATES. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

LABOURERS ON ROYAL "ESTATES, LONDON, Monday Night. His Majesty tihe King has arrang ed that the labourors employed on hIs Sandrlngham and other estates shall receive a regular Saturday bahlf-holiday, and continuity of em ployment, rain or shine. His Maj esty has also provided for a mini mum wage of 16s being paid to the men; this amount is 2s above the ruling wage of the neighbourhood. The majority of the labourers on the Rioyal estates already receive from O20s to 26s per week.,

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AFRICAN CRISIS. CAPE TOWN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

AFIlOAN ORISBIS, CAPE TOWN, Tuesday. Great e xcttement prevailed, and the galleries wore thronged when the Union House of Assembly met yes. torday, Amid tense excitement Gen oral Smutts formally moved for per mission to-bring in an Indemnity Bill in connection with tihe drastic action taken' by the Government to suppress the strike., The Opposition oxpected some explm|natAc(n, and were amazed when General Smuts re sumed his seat without giving any information, Sir Thomas Smartt, Leader of the Opposition, expressed surprise that General Smuts had not taken thel earliest opportunity to give the Houso~ the Government's reasons for (the proclamation of martial law, anilit for the acts committed under it, At the same time, he added, he did not desire to oppose the motion, Mr, F. H, P. rea, wrallsw, Londer of the Labour Party, moved an amend mont, which was tantamount to a vote of censure for the deportatlon of ten of the strike loeaders,

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

WHOROULY, Whorouly cricketers visited Myrtle ford, and won an interesting game just on the call of time by one wic ket and one run. When there was only one ball of the last ovw.r to go Whorouly wanted three runs to be even and four to win,' and the bats man succeeded in hitting the ball for four-and won the game amidst much applause., Some years ago when the residents of Whorouly and Bowmans were ask ing for a telephone line they had to guarantee it against loss, The sum of £32 was collected and placed in the Savings Bank in the name of the Postmaster-General.-. The line has paid its way each year, and the De partment having informed residenta that the guarantee was no longer re quired, a meeting was held at Con nor's Hotel on Baturday night to appoint a committee to arrange for a return of the money' to the guar antors, Mr, D. Moore presided. With interest added the sum now to be re funded is about £45, Messre J. Fer guson, D Moore, T, Connell, R. Ferguson and W, Connors were ap po...

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GRAY—NEWMAN BILLIARD MATCH. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

GRAY~-NEWMAN BIT44IARD MATOH., LONDON, Monday Night, The billiard match of 18,000 up,.I with ivory balls, betweeoon G. Gray and T, Newman, was resumed to day, When play ceased this evening thle scores were: NEWMAN (rec. 4000) ...,. 12,167 GRAY ,,, 8333 Darnawartlha Races.--'The programme for the Darnawartha Tart Olub rares to be hold on Wednesday, 4th March, appears in our advertising columns to-day, The Dusk SeAoson ,--The wild duck sea son opened in New south Wales on iMonday morning, Duc.s were not plentiful and no largo bags were reported. sportseln gro again re ln(]ated thlt, t r as Victoria is concernled, the sOasllon dOea |ot 01)pn till Wednesday of next .wapO,. A.N.A. MInsth eil Entertalenoit. - (wlng prlinclahy to the great euc cess of tile Minstreol anti Dramatic intertalnmtnt recently given in i-ler lMajesty's Theatre, Wangaratta, the comnmittote have decided to repeat the programme in the Milawa Hall, on Thursday, February 13, Tile pro gramme will be sligntly a!tored, i ...

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BOXER'S LOSS. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

BOXER'B LOBS, LONDON, Monday Nlght. Sid Burns, the well klnown boxer, sufored a serious loss while journey Ing from Australia to lngland in the RM.B, Orsova, During the voy age Burns lost'a valuable tie pin, and a considerable sum of money. His companion, Frederick Miller, was arrested when the steamer ar rived at Gravesend, .When brought before the Court to-day Miller ad mitted having taken thle tie-pin. He justilled his action on the '"ground that Burns owed him money, He was bound over to appear for son tence if called on,

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

NATI0I14A, ''II?SEE~S CO. 113 QUlElE0N tJ'ItuEiT, (ornior littlo (Colliin l(t.cot) I All( ) I Ji N NI, MONEY TO IENIN), JIOWI?l'I' )IATIFJ. NO 001MMIWIION, lION. WALJ'I1R MADDImN, Chalrman, CA. REIWOLT Pt y, Lti Wangaratta Foundry. Bog to announce tiht although their hlatdqulartorl hlavo lboen removed to Mulbourno, a hulgo portion of their fine plant hns been retaioed in Wan garatta, and they aro prepared to execute orders for all kinds of Agricul. tural hnploinonti, tihe woll-known Ruwolt Windmill and General Repair Work, rThu \Vaungaratta works are under the management of Mr, David ilominlg, for many yoears foreman of Mr Grant's foundry at Cobram, and we oonitlontly promieu that under his oexpert directions the fullest satis faction will he given to oustomers. We simply ask in the first instance that he ho given a trna' All roquinitoB for' ovory mako of HIarvesteors; Pinions, Bearings and )uplicatoa of all kindu. Ploughs, any numlo r of furrows. HarPOWS. Chafftutters & Hor...

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DREDGING BOARD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

DREfD)lNG BOARD'S REPORT, The report of the board appointed by the State Ministry last year, with Mr . W. Davidson as chairman, to inquiro into the damage done by dredged wanq laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly on Friday last. The districts visited by the board comprise the valley of the Ovens riv er from Harriotvillo to a point some miles below Wangaratta, and its tributaries (Morse's CreaOk, Wandill gong, and the Buckland River); Beechworth and district, including Reed's Creek and Yellow Creoek (the latter also joining the Ovens in the locality of BIontherambo), the Tarra wingeo channel and Eldorado; Yack andandah and Sandy crooks, in the Mltta Mltta district; Campbell's rooeek, Oastlemaine, and tile Loddon River; B3endigo Crooeek; Oreswick Creeok; Yarroweo Crook, Dallarat; the Franklin and Agnes rivers, in South Glippsland. A visit was also paid to the Draidwood, Araluen and Adelong dredging districts, 1in New South Wales, The report statos:-"In a few in stances it was...

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PROPOSED MINING LEASES AT KILLAWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

PROPOSED MINING LEASES AT KILLAWARRA, ----- '? The following circular has been forwarded to the members of the State Parliament. It comhes from Wangaratta, and explains itself: Dear Sir,-Syndicates have. been formed in Wangaratta with the ob ject of acquiring certain Crown lands at Killawarra under Gold Mining Leases, It is proposed if the leaseu are granted to spend a large sum of money in working same by either pumlps or dredges, In view of the fact that numerous misleading statements have recently been made by a few persons who are totally agalnst dredging, and who, either through ignorance of the true position or personal bles, will only look at the industry in its very worst aspect, it is desired to point out a few.facts regarding the land in question and the conditions under which it is proposed to mine it, THE LAND, The land comprised in the area applied for is of considerable extent, and is part of a State forest. It is situated between the Wangaratta- Yarrawonga Road and th...

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NORTH OVENS SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

NORTH OVENS SHIRE COUNCIL. The tttothtlty ttt1t lag Wac( held Onl hontdayy, The Ir'cidentl. (Cr, A. L. Tackeon), and (tr?. If,. 1 Way, G. !ay, II. J. Ileumn, W. Chariton, I1. )ilcy, U. Hiandtly, J. Ilhien were p~rc'sent. C,(tRitE? [)ON l)EN (l , Ftrom Itoyal ( oegraplhical Society, acnking for mnirdngl and hlktorica of placI(e mIltnc in the Shiro,--left in the hatntle of tho Prstidecnt andt Sec teary, Frlom F, J,. Iloytted, asking that Weioiehaly, 18th March, Iheo proclaim ud a public holiday, an St. pat rick't Sports will Iho held on that tlate.-Tho I're.sldent moved, secontd (1d Iy C', IIandley, that the requnet he grantedt.-Carried, From Secretary State Forests De partment, relatlvo to application by ., 1,. Read to lease part of Eldor ado-Springhurst road, stating that it has Ieen reported that the council intends making a longer road the maln road to the comotory apd pass ablo in all kinds of weather. 'hoe Department desired to know if this vas so. 'the Secretary said he did not...

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WEDDING. ROWLEY—TANNER. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 February 1914

WEDDING. ROWLEY--TANNER. There was a large I gathering of re latives and friends at St. Patrick's Church, Wangaratlta, at 10,30 am. yesterday to Witness he marriage of Mr. Michael Henry, third son of Mr. and Mrs P, Rowley, Wangaratta ¾)iiuth, aul Miss C'atherine Ellen Frances;, tlirl daughter if Mr, Fred Tanner, "ilo~(ledalc,"Hanson Soouth,   'The ccrcifeimoy wail icerfori'cle by the 1,ev. ,ither liugga'n. The brile (givc e away by her fathcer) was be ,aoijugly attirvd in a pretty dress of cremue pailette silk, richly' trim rned with guiDure arid orange blos siom, the square train being dalntly inislhecd with true lovers' knots and orange blossom. A wreath of orange blossom (lent by Mrs Westwood, Greta), surmounted a tullo veil (the gift of her sister, Miss B. Tan ner.) She carried an ivory backed prayer book, the gift of Mrs .Ken nedy, Dingle, Ireland, and mother of Rev. Father J. J. Kennedy, Yarra wonga, anid wore a ring ;ct with ruby and diamondls, the gift of the br...

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