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GLENROWAN v. WANGARATTA B. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 February 1914

GLENROWAN v. WANGARATTA 1l Those teanis met at Gloenrowan on Saturday, and the game was remark able for the small scoring, Wanga ratta making 68, and Glonrowan 20. Seores: GLENROWAN. Durack, b Gibson ............... ... 0 Robertson, a Willis, b Hardosty 3 McKeeoo, a A, Gibson, b Hardesty . 5 McDonnell, a and b Hardesty ,.. 0 Dwyer, b A. Gibson ........, .... 2 T. McAulifeo, b Hardesty ... ... ... 0 M. McAuliffe, b Gibson .... ... ... .1 M. Nolan, b Gibson ;,,...I,. .... 2 Richardson, b Shepherd ... ...... 0 Sadlor, b Shepherd ... ..... ...3 ,Atkinson, not out ......... ..1 Sundries ......... ... .... ... 8 Total .... .............. ... 20 Bowling,--A. Gibson 4 for 6, J. Hardesty 4 for 6, 0. Shopher. 2 for 8. WANGARATI'A. Pinkerton, b Dwyer ............... 1 Coswollo, b Dwyer ,,,... ... ... ..1 Martin, c McKee, b McAulifto .,. 0 Hardesty, run out ...;, ......... 16 A. Gibson, not out .,,.. ... ..... 20 Willis, a McAullffe, b McKeo .,, ,.. 10 Shepherd, run out ..... ........ ... 6 R. ...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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CRICKET. WANGARATTA v. MILAWA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 February 1914

CRICKET. WANGAIlATTA v. MIIiAWA, On ?atiurdiiy W\angarat.ta A. and Mihltwit im elt on ho ; l4rnd of ths WnngiuaItta (hIh, tho itoltit, b'hrgI a win for the htoun tamin. The fen turn of the match tiat thu thio all rounld hittinlg ui Mlcadway, who car ried hlii t t tfor th ,li nd ticoel of 150, IItt; total incltuded two l+ixe?r antd twentty-two ftoutrert. coI'(;-. 1I LAWA. P, .1, headtl, .+p. Flaulkinlrl.h M ndway ... ... ... ... ...... ... J. WVoolds, h \WilliamIZu ,,. ........ Iii. 8. Iatrrie, h,b,wt, I W llitamt 6 J. Bleewick, c 'i'ippett, I Willlamtt. 4I T. Ilourke, I it. Wi\llitnl ,.. ... 43 I, Marks, c Tippett, h H111 .,..,,. 0 P.' Mooney, run out ............ 2 J. Qoonan, stlp, ,'alknor, b Mend way ,.... ... ..... ... ... ...... 6 Kneebono, not out .. ... ... ... ... 4 G, Cross, b Meadway ... ......... 0 O. Willcox, li Meoadway ........... 1 Sundries .,, ...... ... ... ... 21 Total ... ... ...,, .. ... , ... 134 Bowling.-Moadway 4 for 28, M. T. Williams 3 for 26, R. Williams 1 ...

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WATTS, TURNBULL & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 February 1914

WATTS, TURNBBULL & 00C. Watts, Turnbull and Co. report having held their usual fortnightly pig and dairy cattle imarklet on T'uca day last, when they had a very good yarding of pigs, and iaeveral head of dairy cattle, 'The attendance of buyers was good, and it ih sife to say that it was one of the be:at ;~ales held here. Prime backfatter a/ce Mr James Kelly £4 8s; a/c Mr. II. N. Morrison to £4 7s 6d; a/c Mrs. VW. Faithful to £4 5s. Baconers a/c Mr. W. Biggs £3 19s; a/c Mrs H. Keogh £3 188 6d; a/o Mr. W. It. H. Brien, £3 17s 6d; a/c Mr. 13, Diffey £3 18s; a/c Mr. J, J, Kennedy £3 us G( ; porkers £2 to £3; suckers 14s to 20s; slips 22s to 25s Gd; sows £3 to £3 10s; cows £4 10s to £5 10s. LAND SALES, /Watts, Turnbull and Co. report having offered by auction at Indigo on Wednesday last 65 acres 3 roods 35 perches of freehold laud a/c Mr. Trevillian, of Indigo, After spirited bidding the property fell to the bid of Mr. P. Kierath, at £7 10s per acre, On Saturday last we' offered ...

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EVANS & MACONOCHIE MOYHU MARKET. Thursday, 5th February. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 February 1914

EVANS & MA00NOCHIE MOYHU MARKET. Thursday, 5th 'elruary. Evans and Maconochie report hold ing their usual markle at Moyhtu on Thursday, 5th February. There was a heavy yarding of cattle and pigs, and a few sheep; despite the high temperature there was a very good attendance of buyers, and competi tion was spirited throughout the sale. CaUttle,--Bullocks a/c A. J. Younger to £6 is; a/e T, Lahert to £5 6s; a/e J. Walsh £4 15s, Cows,- A.full supply was forward; a/c J, W. Wright to £6 3s; a/c P. Mason £6; a/c W, Tanner £5 12s; a/c W. Simp son £6 15s; a/e 8, Clarke to £5 15s; springers a/c Jas, Lewis to £3 15s; poddies to £1 10s. Sheep.--4-th we there at 15s; lambs a/c HI. Sinclair 13s 8d. Pigs.--Backfatters a/c D. Carmichael £5 8s; bacon pigs to £4 3s, a/c J. G. Hughes; a/c M. Jar rott at £4 is 6d; a/c Barney Lafley to £3 13s; a/c W, D. Gibb £3 5e; a/c J. U. Corker £3 15s; a/c Jas, Porter £3 ils; a/c 8, Newton £3 14s 6d; a/c P. Mason £3 17s; a/c W, Fosatng £3 17s 6d; a/c Mrs Kir...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. LAND TRANSACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 February 1914

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS FLANAGAN, Ni'WIMAN & 00, LAND) 'l'tANA( 'P10ONS. Flanagan, Newlmnall nI (a,0, l'e?o't recent laInd tralntct.i(lli;: Account . Ali', (, 1' 1d, 1,ondriig n, 80 acren freehold land at Ilyawatha, to lMr. J. It. (onanor, Accotultt , ir', J. I enli'a dy, lIldlorado we have sold buildinig block, lhtving frontage of 60 feel, to :waln road, to M'. W\V. A. Robble, Account the Mtt'lli?galge we (olleted at auction on Satulrday lsitl. 59 Iact~In of. land at 'iir'lu wingeo; kniown aL AM, IMoroney'. We did not ellect a alo nt auction, but the land wa? im imediately afterwards Sold to Mr, Jno. Miaroney, of l''lrraiwingee.

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SERIOUS OFFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 February 1914

BIJERIOUS OFFJENCI., Detective. P, Bullivan, charged David Splatt, with having commit ted an offence against a girl aged 13 yearsC Sub-Inspector P. Mct1 ilicud dy, of leechworth, conducted the case on behalf of tlh Police, and Mr. 1). J. C(onncll appleareid for accused, who( \w;ia entntliitled for1 trial at ?chwvortlh Sulpe'm e ('court onil ltth .Ililr(II, flail wit allowed(, actnced in 1.ll, (l d tlw( V uretic of f50 eiiach, flitl wa4 f)rt m?ollinlg,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 February 1914

A ALeLa PRICES---- A V VlIN 11 WtIIII~ITE / IIOUSE Saturday, 7th February Is the Opening Day of what is bound to be a re cord Money Saving Sale Event. A. ew 1 ice(s typ)ica(l u( what we, are Ulloriii: Full ii iela?k aul Ni'ol lid dt,?-u 2t(i. tI. Full aic WVire AI tmut, , 3 ply, li 1 Ill. uovuunuliniu Il ruvuci u l hn a Iltatiuon WV l?lnut I)ining Suite, woll upholaturod, 1 gau l ulu: lity urouu lilu, :7 1ib 61, Huli I Oal lie d;t?t ul, iull ,ii u, vary faahiouablou, £3 i:!q i I. FIluhurilu thl, ' ypui \i ill , '2 d p2 r yt lrd. Liuoleuuut, " yuuailuh uuiu, 1 II pru yardl . l it cy+ 31t . l, l du lt ru t i3Uuilt:, lA, uhi ln tl ul Oak l'blth and t el'cd taltu u uit .pric(:t J k ud uil.uht down bulowt City c,,talultl . Every Lille frolt Vront Window to rear of Show Rooms at -Bedrock Clearing Sale lPrice. O+44-4+4 + O +++ "IRVING'S," White House, r1 ý,ýlýaH~l tuDýýiýys10lk, N.S.W. 1'FOIt1MEd111Y 'PAI T (t, ' T)''l lHENOWNIE)I IEit'l'IIONS" EI'1ATI', AII,,ll)I t'1ilT: ?JU:1 l)I0lA- -WA...

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AN IMPUDENT IMPOSTER [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 February 1914

AN IYUPIIJDEIT IYII'OS'I'ER It it now iome time in(er, ('orow, bhunina t ienr were virtiatined by a itrtti ger, who Witii tut for ipoil, uanyta "The Chronicle," ;,hlmol?+ (', antld IVW. Johli;ou, J. II. llttikin and J. 1'. leahy were ritin up by the cx chani, on Friday fora co n\'ersation urporting I to tie ii 'ot lhganildrat Htation. The lperpetrator evidently knew the haintiiw relaitiont that ex inted between the ianli a t era l!', l lr, Io who I\'yan ai jewel, atd ladi left to come into C(rowta for a week'st holi day, which hie ol,iled Iwouldll endt itn a "jg," lie tol them incidentally that hte had tvo or th lire chequtte of hin to k1noc down, mid hoped that they woutld kc.p ail eyei on hit, aitd whtentI the "ipree" ll' t , ia ,\ ie hhint out to the ,ration agit . In reply the ullillllllager received thl ; al;;illl'lllCe that li; cook woutlll be lookied after ail hi r ett iirn airi itd. Ti irT cony of it all wai that t, bo'igui tele phtione mehbin al(? it';a e' lnt ltinm the pub...

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LAND FOR RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 February 1914

LAND FOR RAILWAYS. ----+--. A deputation, representative of one hundred shire councils, waited on the Minister for Railways (Mr. Mac kinnon) on Wednesday to ask for the abolition of the Railway Lands Ac quisltion Act. Under the act far mers are rated over a period of years to liquidate sums placed to the credit of the Treasury by local trusts, from which compensation is paid to. those ,whose. land is resumed for railway purposes. (The deputa tion had .been organised by the Shire of Tambo, It was introduced by Mr. Camerdn, M.L.A., who was sup ported by Mr. lRecs, M.L.O., the Speaker (Sir Frank Madden), and 14 Iepresentatives of country constitu encies. Mr. A. H. Smith represented thd Shire of. Oxley, Mr. Cameron said that half the people of the State, living within 15 miles of the. General Post Office, benefited by every piece of railway construction and extension, Was it a fair thing that those through whose land a railway ran should havq to make a free gift of it a· a paying propos...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 February 1914

FLAhAGAN, NEWMAN & CO SUMMIARY OF SALWES. SAT'lJlll)AY, 7lh FItI?lUARY. Sale of 689 arct 11 Ierclh? I!at cofIt bandl, by order of the Mortgagee. FRIDA'Y, 13tlh i l1111.UARY\. Clearing nalo of land, Itock, and effects at Tamlinick, aiccount iiH tate Rolbert ( ibbont, deceacted, FRIDAY, 20th FlIAlItlARY. Great slpecial Salo of Stort C1attlo, at Myrtleford, the iir't of the Autumn Sales thin year. SATURDAY, 21st FEIRUARlY. Sale of 733 acres magnilicont fanrm lands at Springhurst, account Mr P. O'Brien, MONDAY, 23rd FEBRUARY. Clearing Sale at Norong, of plant, stook, grape crop, etc., account Mr. W. J. MoKinty. 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 Tarrawingeo, Garraragar mungeo and Bungamoro, account estate P. Costello. Sale of 400 acres Springhurst Land, account Mr, Ben. Cunningham. WEDNESDAY, 4th MARCH. Clearing Sale o...

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DEFENCE OF KILLAWARRA FLATS. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.") [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 February 1914

FLATS, (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.") Sir,--lo statements of prol'poed mining leases at Killawarra, appear ing in your issue of the 4th in?t., signed A. L, Richmond-(for 0,MI.) They are not founded on facts. F'irst, they say the soil is quite unlit for agriculture. The Government has never allowed apiy portion to be cultivated,- butthe land grows an enormous wealth of grass in the spring amongst the mass of green gums. Next-'-All the useful timber has been cut out by sleeper hewers, and scarcely a tree remains that could be useed for milling.' tlcelpcr hoivers have never been allowed on these flats -by the Lands Department, as they considered the timber too valuable for sleepers. The streets of the city of Melbourne used up enor mous quantities of blocks for block ing their streets from theoe same flats. Sawmills vtlorked for years cutting great quantities of bridge timber out of these flats. There In an enormous quantity of young gums growing up, At present the land is not put...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 February 1914

COIlRE I PONIE)ENCE. («'o aiot. int, cl ofdiblo hufor the ipihionu FXr)I'OiiOled by our C(orrUO Joi iIeiitu. )

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AGENT-GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 February 1914

AGENT-GENERAL, In an atmosphere heated to the pitch of endurance the Assembly on Wed nesday discussed the merits of the Agent-General, The Government's estimates showed that he had been treated with that generosity which was to be expected from a govern ment which, according to the recent Ballarat speech of the Premier, makes personal attacihment' to him' self the main test of Liberalism. It is a new theory of government, which even the attractive personal ity of the Premier will hardly justi fy, The true test is loyalty to the interests of the State, and a Pre mier, with large, powers of patron age, Is on a dangerous course when he makes personal loyalty to him self the test of value of the services of a member of' Parliament, ,The government presented Mr. Peter Mc Bride, the Minister for Mines, with £750, to pay the expenses of himself and family 'to London, But in order that the amount should not be chal lenged in the House they put only half on the estimates for 1912-13, and pos...

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WHOROULY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 February 1914

WHOROULY . RACES, Thel Wh(r(uriily li ac luhi heldl itf an nual race miietl.iiig yeterdiay in Mr, .I'g t, Coinell' pnl ddork. T'l'r weatlhe \'itn verly w\ii I, I ll t t uto, uaheorly bnlirtee t 'l th h (Indiltioint Iarablue The whole dwee wgoo l ar';e, local andi ditilrict r('inid(ntii i tuiirnjini(. Out, in in'trsting foT'e, ohil' cllolntilgnt ofh l viihard bfo e h f'roli Wto lgr tte mtlt llechwort.h, Moyhu, lidi, Tarrnwin ing, t'hucesilsfulrn and Myrlhford. Mot h t'cla'H lbroi(lght. many visilorsi, aboi.t litceen plr? hein! on the groult , Tllthe athelinls wre at theld r osthe pl troshe If rainlin fnd, - t do ellect iml)rovel mention forat the Myrthord way theyan Catholic Ireabytry. The Clul, re carrived large ontre. Tesm thield on tbringng whole were good, and th runacing ofinteretnhering, T'Iol olils had worked hard before hand to nmako tlo moot lng successful, and they must have been pleased with the result. All tlhu officials wore at thir posts, and the joint hon, secretaries-...

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 5th FEBRUARY. (Before Mr. J. W. W. Beaven, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 February 1914

WANGARIIATTA POLICE COUIT' ------o ----- THUIRSDAY, 5th FEIllRUARY, (Before lMr. J. W. W. Deaven, i.M.) Henry Floyd charged WmII. Iichens with unlawful alnnault on O(xley Flht roadls on 12th January. Mr. i). J. Connell applleared for c'mlllhti alllnt, and AIr. Thu, hrahaln for 1defendant, who pleadetd lnot guilty. The parties; are farmer,, atud col tractors residing oni ()xley W11i I roads, and have hitherto b(7elot tohU, best of term,. Theo evidence wt? na folllows:. Henry Floyd, cw()rn, said thit in Novemnier he iw,\V' in the empllloy of Wll. Wadley, and win; wor'kin;g in the vicinity tof defendantt', prope)lrty. (on the advice of VWalley hit piut hin lpotny to gra.e )1on G. A. Ilolile:'i; property. The pony w:is let iout bIy dlefndciiat'll l son. He ittervicwed dfendant'si son in the evlening. A we(ek latr h3 l mleti ( defendiOntO eta the road ; de fenlldat jumplld tll hi;' hon;ie atd taking (Il hi() c)oat ('caled him ob()jec tionable .h unue! l tod \ut anted to fight. He pulhId ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 February 1914

0. J. AIItI0lN, Jiarrister and Htolicitor. RICl) ST1HIET, WANUAR "TTA. Moneya to Lend on I,leaethold and Freehold, and all other formi of securitie at lowest ratet of interelt. NOTCUTT & PURDIIIOK, Barristora aLnd Solicitors, RICID STiIlIET, WANGAlIATTA. Mr. T'. F'. Noteutt, a Commiaslioner for taking alldlavite; Mr. F, C. l'ur brick. Trtut and otlher Monlyu to Lendl at Lowest ltntel. CIIA8l I. HIIMMEIIS, A.IR.V.I.A. ARITITFEUT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta. JASPER IIUSl1AND, B.A., L.L.I., Barrister and Solicitor. REID STREET, WANGARATTA. I. A. MURDOCH, BARRISTER & 8OIAI0ITOR, REID S'T1'RIElE, WANGARATTA, Comumlsioner for taking Aflldavits. Moneys to Load at lowest rates. THOMASt G(RAIIAM, D.L., BIARRI?STER & HOlICITOR. The firm of UGralamn and M1',,:doch having o?On diloIlvOd, Mr. (,I slam will continue hllinellc in C'htmbelr In Counmorcial Buildings, Reid Street. Mouny. are awaiting inveetmont at curr.et rates. DANIEL J. CONNELL, Barrister and Solicitor, MUR...

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ILLEGAL USE OF WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 February 1914

ILLEGAL USE OF WATEH, John Jasper, an officer of the Bor ough Water Trust, charged Amy Toohey with using water supplied for other than domestic purposes. Mr. C. J. Ahern appeared for the Trust, and Mr. Tho, Graham for defendant, who pleaded not guilty. John Jasper, sworn, stated that on 20th December, 1913, he visited the property of Mrs Toohey on Boundary Road. It is within the Trust's area, and she is supplied with water for domestic purposes only. She had no meter and did not pay a garden license. On inspecting the place he found that part of the. garden had been watered; on looking round he noticed a hose about 30lt. long attached to a tap tnd the water was running on to a plot of lucerne. There was no one in charge, so he called defendant. When she came out he told her she was using water illegally. This was the case for the prosccui tion. Mr. Graham was proceeding to ar gue under the 1904 Gazette notices that -tlo property was outside the water area, but Mr. Ahern produced the...

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REMOVING TIMBER FROM CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 February 1914

REMOVING TIMBER FIIOM GROWN LANDS, Walter 0. Rushall, Forest Officcr, v. 01 E. Gangell, that about 25th November, 1913, at North Wangarat ta, he did without written authority of a Forest Officer, remove from land within a State Forest seven red guin sleepers without previously paying royalty or fees. Defendant pleaded guilty. The officer said that three trees had been felled on Forest lands and the sleepers hewed out of them, 'rhe timber was valued at 17s 6d,. Fined £2, with 17s 6d compensa tion for damage done, with 10s costs Same v. L. N. Gunther, similar charge, . Mr, C, J, Ahern appeared for defendant. The officer said that defendant had cut the tops of the trees felled by Gangell into firewood and sold it to Ruwolt's Foundry at 12s Gd per cord, Valued the timber at 15s. When interviewed, defendant said he did not know that he was doing harm. He gave him all information when questioned. In reply to Mr. Ahern, witness said that one tree was on defendant's property. He had reporte...

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DOGS AND CATTLE. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.") [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 February 1914

DOGS AND CATTLE. (To'the Editor of "The Chroniclo.", Sir,-Some time ago a number of dogs were wandering round some of the main streets of the town creat ing a great noise and nuisance for about a week, and although com plaint was made to the authorities by one of the disturbed residents, the only satisfaction 'obtained .was the admonition to ' "throw some stones at them," More recently, re sidents in- the same part have been troubled with the wandering cow nuisance. One animal during a visit to a garden not only showed her .well-known :partiaility for ilowers, but also regaled herself with grades and\peaches for dessert. So well did she enjoy her meal that she paid another visit a. few night's later. Ratepayers have to affix motors .for their gardens, by which the town il beautified, and it is 'disheartening,to have the results of their efforts so ruthlessly 'destroyed. The main streets of the town should not be for stray dogs and cows:,-Yours, etc. "DISGUSTED."

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MR. A. E. MACKAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 February 1914

MIt; A, JI, MACKAY, Thie ileath occurred yesterday after noon at I o'clockof Mr, A. 1i, Mac kay, at the residence of his sister, Mrts J, (lllln, lvertonU, Death was duo to heat apoplexy. lie was at tended by D)r, ilkinacr, The late Mr, Mackay was bor n It tai.thlcess hilro, Hcotlanld, ill 1829. ih cLame to Vic 'torial in 185i6, visiting the Ovens goldfielde, and in 186L went to tho New aaIIIII g ?old r(ih, wheIIre he was fortunate ii : ;etllr'ilg i good claml . 1,at,,r hi, llt.url ed to VIc torlilt, alld wall litIo int.dtl with his lrotlher-in-law tlate Mr, .1, (iaun, father of ('1., \V , ( Ih1nn, (of liver toti ) in lurlnini g lit, lvertoll, Ho purelllied i propelrty onill the (Ovens liiver from tei l(ilt I)r i Mlacllay, lof "The 'irilnge," where he ininlldtl for it 1onsid 111erable titill , oI e yeIa ll , gli lie remIltloved to thell l I'liltlle)l of hlIlltl, ,iister, with whomi he hul t r'l lided, be ilig latle t ivel y lelreld flor by her Ilid (Lother t iembert ol f \the familll...

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