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DISTRICT NEWS HARRIETVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914
DISTRICT NEWS HARRIETVILLE. A very old resident of Ovens Val- tey has passed away in Mary Ann O'Rielly, who resided at Smoko for the past 45 years. During latter years she has been an invalid. She had reached the advanced age of 93 years, and was a native of Donegal, Ireland. Thomas Power, owner of the Sam- bas mine on Omeo road, three miles from Harrietville, just finished his fourth annual crushing, and obtain- ed the highly satisfactory yield from 82 tons quarts of 335ozs. gold. Two men and a lad are employed at the mine. The above is the result of 12 months' work. The previous crushings from this mine were 44 tons for 145oz., 140 tons for 373oz., and 186 tons for 370oz., or a total of 452 tons for 1223oz. during the past four years. The mine is still looking well. MOYHU. The rainfall on Tuesday, 30th ult. totalled 70 points at Redcamp. On Wednesday last a seribous ac- cident was narrowly averted on the narrow gauge line. Masters Bernard and Roy Barry, sons of Mr. Thos. Barry, we...
AN EVERLASTING BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 7 January 1914
All 6YiSHA'IG114DTl DUltlU. € Once upon a time a Dredging Board was created to make inquliries about the pollution of the river' Ovens with sludge Irom the dredges in the Dright Valley, It was insisted that it should be a board independent of Parliamont and the Mines Depart moent, The men were selected and the Board appointed, Shortly after it was created its members complained that they could not leave their bust iieos without remuneration. This seemed reasonable and the Govern ment was urged to allow £1 a day for expenses. The Government, to the astonishnient of everybody, in Dluding the Board, ofoered £1 10s per day, and: the Board resumed its suspended labours with an alacrity that promised well for a report be ore the Parliamentary session ond d. However, in the blissful dawn 'hen the Government came down vith thirty shillings a day the Board's views of the Importance and nagnitude of this inquiry began to iDpand, They were pot content with in liaquiry into every conceivable or...
BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914
BENALLA, On 'Thur'idiiy Mr . V, rietag, of WlYnton, \vllv going into lienalla loadlng ia hioirci, vwhicih lie intcendud ofierhig ati the xile, A f'iencl, driv ilg poiiet, itieiled him a lift, and Mr. Frietug neitilt id the lieri, alitd got ting ab iard held the bridle in hi~id. ilntliinig to illuw tI staillliUii to tfollow th lIap. iii, IHli ielnd gave hi1l own "ineddlly" i lliCk with Ithie whip in oiiiilT iio xxii imii?'gy iio it, nio idoull.t. A. the tic : i;hi xnilg 'uiiiIIld tlie hiail if the i i er it, ,w ixlii ia cutti, l nl!,?ounld inl the stu'llion~'l? elr llchi ie 1i dihl i t ail ictii' te, ,vi deltIly. \Wilh an danned lull hackL, hi, vliili'xi 'iii.crl ti gtl xiwxI', MrNi. l,'rietag f'lt, i he fi ll force of thl jert'l, bitll hunl, o n l 0 io Ithe reilm with io l ih alhl , aiil th, ; iimiit l fairly Iiiaggld hmili dily ivi'i the uxt., Ili fell heavily, hilx clhii receivcnig a ginih thai. required live utitehei, Mr. l?rliety avl f \V h~i" hallt l lly ho'nitte d andl crt~c~v...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914
SPORTING NOTES, I-- +~--- At the Shepparton races on Wed nesday the horse Lord Abbott, own or (W, 8outherland) and jockey (G. Land) were disqualilied for two years for tile unsatisfactory running of tile horse in the Trial. Lady Mona won the Jockey Club Handicap. Rutherglen bowlers defeated Cor own by 108 to 74 points on Wednes day on the former club's green. "Jack" Johnson, whoso title of champion boxer of the world has recently been questionedi, has writ ten to the "Sporting Life" offering to' fight anyone in tile world for £6000, Lady Whltton, winner of the Bega Cup on New Year's Day, has, per haps, what no other horse possesses -two stopped teeth, The work was done by a Melbourne dentist, during the maro's visit there last year, Tihe receipts for the.New Year meeting of thile ObChiltern Racing Club were as follows: Booths £43 10s; nominations £61 S, gates £208 4s Gd, bookmakers' fees £50-1s, race books (net),£29 18s 1d; sundries 15s. Total, £393 19s 7., The approxi mate pIrofit ...
SEARCH FOR FUGITIVE. ARREST AT SHEPPARTON. SHEPPARTON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914
S, EARCH FOR FUQITIVE. ARREST AT SHEPPARTON. SHEPPARTON, Friday, A man bolieoved by thle police to be Daniel Winter, who escaped from the City Watchhouse, Melbourne, about three months ago, was ar rested early this morning by Detec tive Durvett, Napthine and Broplhy in North Sheopparton, and was lodg oed in the Shepparton gaol prior to departure by the morning train for the motropolls. St, Patrick's Sports,-A meeting has been convened of persons interested in the annual St. Patrick's Day celebrations, to be held at St. Pat rlck's H-all on Thursday oveping, 15th Inmt, at 8 o'clook. Several mst tore of importance relating to this year's gathering will be discussed. Acoldent.-Anguns Gawley, 17 years of ago, a resident of Lima East, was admitted to the Wangaratta Hospi tal yesterday!suffering from a seri ous sore on the log caused by a out from an axe Inflicted some weeks ago, An operation will be necessary to remove tho'cause of the trouble, Advancement of Telegraphlst, - Mr, William A...
GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914
GRAIN hMARKET, Ull3s appear to 1e In the ascond ant in to-day's local wheat market. Theoroe aro several buyers for Janu ary delivery at 3s' 5d alongsido, witi 3s Gd wanted, and' a little business at 8e 71d. Buyers offer 8s 6.d for February to May delivery, and s 7td to s 7ibd for April-May Juneo, A sale for extended delivery April to September was made at' 38 8d, Steadiness provalls in outs at pro sent, Supplies are not offering at all freooy. When business in chaft opened this morning a light supply of 223 truck loads was available, and prices firmed about 2s 6d a ton, spec lal grades realising £3 7s Gd. Potatoes again moved somewhat in favour of growers. About 20 truck loads arrived this morning, 'Tradeo in onions continuot rather slack, Iut an improvea feolig was replorted by somni merchants. Rull arrivals tilled live, trucks, 'Po-day' prics lc re :- I Ahcr,-- A hiochtio bIlsi, Mel lo(tli i' , delivery, ii ,28 l08 , It'an i n ld I 'olia t'd .-AHHociatiol Illilljlllllll (l(ilLti( ...
"BLACK" WHEAT BANNED. FARMERS HIT BY BOYCOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914
"BLACi?'( " W'II lAT BANNED, VAitM'll, i V B1 Y 1OYCOTT. lici?ui;:l Iby the lumiperl and other illmoon,,t,, toJ hlumlte wheat declared to, be ''bllac" Iy the ltural Work ir Ulunio uu means the boycott of a tllnmber of farlmler' who have otffend ed the Labour authorities by accept ing worlu on the Geelong sewerage works. The( plrcent trouble marks another stageo in the history of the dispute between Messrs Stoihoe and Slddelly, the contraptors for the sewerage works, and their men at Geelong. When the employee ceased work, a number of district farlns supplied teams and proceeded with the scoop wors. This Incensed the unionists, and they announced their intention of seeking reprisals, Matters were not improved by an incident which occurred in the jcourse of the holding up at Uorto luay of the steamer Dorset as.a "blaclk" ship last month The local steveuores reoused to work her until the cmuarlgo placed upon her in bNew eelanid was illted. A batch of non-unioists &lt;ttoin the ...
BATHURST FIRE-CIRCLED. BATHURST (N.S.W.), Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914
BATHURST FIRIE-OIROLED. BATHURBT. (N.B,W,), Friday. Bathurst is surrounded by bush fires to-day and many hundred acres have been swept, Some residences narrowly escaped damnageo, The tiro in the Upper Murray dis trlit, which started a week ago, has caused thousands of pounds of dam ago,. sweeping 20 miles of country, and destroying crops and cattle. Re sidents are exhausted through tight iung'theo flames,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914
FLAkACAN, NEWMAN & CO Bummaly of i;ahIC for 1VlontI Of lantllnry, W(l)NH I)AY, lth JANUnARY. Myrtlcford ,'orltnighltly Market. TIHUlRSI3)AY, 15th JANUARY. Wangaratta Sheep and Cattle Mar kot, TUESDAY, 20th JANUARY. Pig and Dairy Oattle Market. Sale of Old Gates, Timubor, otc., a/c the Borough Council, * THURSDAY, 22nd JANUARY, Moyhn Monthly Market SATURDAY, 24th JANUARY, Sale of Murphy Street Property, ac count estate W, J. Olarkoe, On Dates to be fixed later in Month. Account R. O. Hall, Esq,, Sale of Mountwood Farm, Whitfield, Account Tihe Owners, Farm at Greta, known as Plumstead's, FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & o0, Auctioneers. \\'anaratta and Benalla FLANAGAN, NEWlMAN & CO, Stock, Staticu and Finalcial Agents, WAN GARATTA. Branchs Myrtleford and Moyhu and at Parkes, N,S.W., MR. W. E., FLANAGAN, Sworn Valuer under Transfer of Land Act, We have Properties of all descrip tions for sale in the boest Districts of Victoria and N.8.W. Hotel Leaseholds and Freeholds for Sa...
Late Cable News MEXICO AND U.S.A. WASHINGTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914
[FROM REUTER.] MlliXICO AND U.S.A. WASHINGTON, Thursday, Tho "Now York World"' to-day prints a sonsatlonal dospatch from Mexico Olty basod on what Presldont Huorta is allogod to have said to an American visitor, who conversod with him in tho National Palace.o, According to the ."World's" story, Presldent iHuerta expreossod the hope that Hloll would contain both Presi dent Woodrow Wilson and himsolf bo fore ho would rosign the Meoxican Presidency, Senor. Huorta ls fiurtlher reportod to have sald:-"The time has gone past wheon I would give tho sllghtost consldoration to any sug gestlon that I should reslgn the Prosldoncy, Once I might have re signed at the bidding of anyone, but now, no, It Is not a questlon of pride or of ambltlionr with mn but of dut-, and nothing olso,"
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS DALGETY & COY. ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914
AUCTIONIqEERS' REPOOIW S DALG·ETY & COY. AiAIURY MAIIEET'. Dlalgety and (o. IlAd., AllIury, re port holding their fortnightly mar ket on Tauedayt, wheni they yarded 2860 fat anid toro heepl, 10 head cattle, nitl 15 piga. The altetlloance of Iuyeru \vwta gootI, a od at; tlhe ulp ply was within riq'ciri'cemntc, coti petittion for all dtec?criltiollit was keen, pi'i(cc bl'in (g ite equal to late rates, Be,;t pet; of xblred we therr 1(t ld to 17I 3d; gootd pens of xhl'edc from 15 ;3dl; imedium frOlni 1h;; Veri'y few xbre[d vnethl'rs yatrdled; hest Ienh of priimo ewe;; 138 tid to lhs; exrta i prone to IhI (tl; gootd ewes from 12s? d; with inuterior [ronm s; best ltia of merina) wetherit 1Is 6d to 1.S 1 d; pt'ae of iorino wethers Iitade flifo 13e d; aedium liom 12s; mnerittlo e sV , pri ell', It to 13;i n .d mim weigiltit, fom ln l; with inferior Sg to Uc. I .ambs. h l?.[ ; rn I' nbt'b Ic? Ida hid; other hor'i lai li fronm lt h6; a few medium ilaality amnl)ie, .in the wonol, were ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914
0, J. AIIIiI1N, Barrister and Holictor. REID STREET, WANGAP.XTTA, Moneys to Lendl on Leaselihoild and Freehold, anld all other forim of securitic Ilat lowenlt rat ii of interett. NOTCOUTTI' & PU1111111 , 1arrlnst'lrn in Soliclitors, REID STIiIEI:T, WANGAIIATTA, Mr, T. F. Notceit , a Comiininioineri for taking alidxavits: Mr. F. ), I'ur brick. Trust and other Moneyii to Lend at Lowest Ilateu. OHAS, II. RiJMMEI31., ,,VIA. AItJ1llTNCT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta, JASPER 1IUfDANI), BA,, LL,B., Barrlistor and Solicitor. REID STIIEET, WANGARATTA. H. A, MIURDOH, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR, REID STREET, WANGARATTA, Commlissloner for taking Aftldavito. Moneys to Lonid at lowest rates., THOMAS GIAIllAM, ,LL,, DBARRISTIEl & IOII(l'lOft. The firm of (hrahami and M,.ldoch having boeen diseolved, Mr, t:aslam will continue I)u:iie)))) in Ch'llillll)i Ln Columnercial Iluildlins, Relid Street. Moneys are awai ting Investment at current rate,. DANIEL J. CONNELL, Barrister and Soli...
WANGARATTA DISTRICT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914
WANGARATTIlA DI)ITRICT HOSPITAL, The mionthly meeting of the Conm mittee was held on Thursday evening. The President, Mr. T. F. Notcutt, was in the chair, and others present were-Messrs J. H. Sandford, T. Mason, W. J. Smith, J. Dunne, J. J, T'i'engue, A. H. Smith, W. H. Ed wards, W. Dickerton, .and T. Laidler. CORRESPONDENCE. T'he Committee acknowledged with thanks the following contributions: -E, C, Rewell, Christmastown, £6 13s from cdncert; Mrs E. E. McKay, Secretary Rutherglen Ladies' Bene volent Society, £1; Geo. Fletcher, Wandiligong, case cherries; W. Dew hurst, Creighton's Creek via Euron, £7; estate Alfred Felton, £20; estate late Sir Win. Zeal, £2 10s; British Australian. Tobacco Co., £1 is; Shire of tutherglen, 327 10s; Borough of Itutherglen, £3 3s; employees Great Southern Gold Mine, liutherglen, 3216 10s; North-Eastern Bacon Co., 321 Is; John T. Riley, King Valley, G60lb. tin honey; National Bank of Australasia, £3 3s. From J. U. Wilson, hion, secretary Connmmercial Tr...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914
MEfaBOURNE MARKETS. Fat Sheopl,-2,000 yarded. Best wethere were moderately represented, while a large proportion consisted of good and prihne crossbred owes. The bulk ofithe merinoes consisted of useful, grade medium and lightweight wethers anid moderately fat to ser viceable owes, . Inferior descriptions were representdd solely by consign ments of old ewes, There was spirit ed competition throughout, both for export and plocal trade requirements, anci prices rulecl about Is per head in advance of former rates, Quota tions;-Prime xbred withers 18s to 1'J 6Gd; extra do, 20s to 1ls; good do, 16s id to 17 9d; second and in icrior 15s to 16s; with hogget ,.wo thers 14i.to lOs 6d, according to qiuality; primo xbred ewes 1Ss Gd to 17e; extra do. 18s to 20s 9d; good 13s 9d to 15s; secconci do. 128 6d to 1:18 Gd; prita, merino wvothers 15 IJd to 17s Gd; good do. 14s to 15s Gd second dlo. 12s to 13s 6d; inferior snld small 9s Gd, with merino ewes 7n to 1Ge; old 1low-conditioned sorts, 3s 3l ...