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DARING AEROPLANE FLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914
DARING AEROPLANE FLIGHT. ----- + --- Mr, Hawker, the skilful young Australiai laviator gave a successful display of flying in his Sopwith mac hine at Caulfield racecourse on Sat urlady, Spocial trains were run to the course, "Twenty-five thousand people came to see the flight-8000 by train-and half of the total saved their shilling and watched the young sport from outside the gates. Those who paid their shilling rushed the starting course (down the, straight) and gaped at the aviator flying alb?ovol them unable to land, and when he did come to earth he. had to do so quickly to avoid breaking the necks of a lot of people who were in the way. The machine, was injured. He was also unable, for the same reason that the crowd would not obey the Police, and keep out of harm's way, to take up passengers, who had con tracted for a flight at' £20 per?' . The ddmage to his machin i? ,! vent him from keepingA ment in stydney. Now Tlawkr although one of the wo a' i .i is not a wealthy youn ºinan...
BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914
BOROUGH COUNCIL. The fortnightly meeting was hold on Monday night, Present:- The Mayor (Or, Geo, Maxwell), lnd Crs. YW. J, Smith, J. H. Sandford, A. I-I. Smith, and F, C. Purbri':k. CORRESPONDENCE. From''F. J. Canning, oftering 80 gallons boiler for £2. Engineer said the boiler was re quired for tarpainting purposes. The Mayor moved, seconded by Cr. A. H. Smith, that the boiler be lpur chased provided it is in order,.--t'r ried, From F. J. IHoysted, asking that Wednesday, 18th March, be proclaim ed a publio holiday for St. Patrick's Sports, Or. Sandford moved, seconded by Or. A. H. Smith, and carried, that the request be granted. From Municipal Association of Victoria, re amendments of Thistle Act, and asking council to request its represontative in the Legislative Assembly to oppose the inclusion of clause 9 in its present form, as it proposes to maike councils respon sible for the destruction of thistles growing on unoccupied Crown lands. Or, A, H. Smith moved that the recommendat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914
Kamillarcl Subdivisn, N.S.W. FORMERLY PART OF T1lE IIENOWNII "IIERH'I'IONC" ES'I'ATE. ASSURIED COOTAMUNDIIiA-.-WAIIEN1)BEENIN DISTIICT, For Auction ale at Wallondbeoen, WEDNESDtAY, 25 th :??BI UARY. 2,755 ACRER, FIIREIIOID), in 0 Blocks, 26b acres upwards, in cluding Ilomnieteadi Block 879 actu.j lituated 8 miles from YEO YEO Railway Riding, 11 miles from1 Wallendbeen Railway, and Town on ALUIIJRY-YD)NEY AY RAILWAY LINE, The whole is IIIGH GItADE WIIIAT Land, combined with ideal FAT LAMB IItRAjING COUNTRY, very heavy carrying, Beautiful loamyf soil with wonderfully retentive uub-uoil, LAl IRG AlREAS CLEARED and been cultivated-cropen last nseaon yielded upl to 10 BAGS per acre, GOOD AREAS O IUITJ'ABLE LUCERNE, and portions already established, TE'I'Et-M, OF' PAYMhINT:--15 per cent, deposit, balance in eight equal annual inItalhnents COMMENCING FEBiII.(IARtY 1916, Interest 5 per cent, per allnnln, payable half yearly. Inspectiotn conlidently recommen(lod, NO 11ETTI'it11 DUAL PURPOSE ...
THISTLE ERADICATION. INSPECTOR'S REQUEST FOR ASSISTANT REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914
THISTLE ERADICATION. INi3PEl(l'OR'l ItIJQUE.IT FOIt All 31f3'I'ANTl' ItlliUIEJ1' Councillori of the Oxley Shire at their Jaluary Ileceting compnlined that the Illspector wasI not ?Iforcing the 'Thistle Act in regard to the era dication of St. John's Wort in the way it ?lould he carried out .,y land ownerl on whose propertieu this pent was growing. The Inspectc r Wail urged to take strieteir llanslres. At the council meeting (n 3atur day, Mr. J. 1), Iomenn, Thistle In s)pector, reported aLL follows:--- SicO last, meeting he visited i'llUII stv.-id and O'tiAalley'n propertiei;, r.tta West. On the former St., John's Wort win quite fidead. On O'Malle!; hlheloiii the weel well ialted lnd a considerable quantity deadl, very little halt being requiredl to put thiie plroperty right next year. Ile pl)Cnt nearly the whole of the month in the Whorouly andl Iutialo River distr!cts. The wor;i of eradicating St. Joll' Wort haid been cairried out to hils at isfactionl in a genlieal way. 'here were...
PANAMA TOLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914
PANAMA TOLLS. President Wilson has introduced a measure into Congress for the repeal of the measure passed last year ex empting American coast wise ship ping from tolls in the Panama canal, Dejspite the fact that the exemption was a plank in the Democratic plat form, it is not expected that there will he any dirticulty in carrying the amended bill through the Lower I louse. Itpra;entative Adamson (chairman of the Foreign Commerce Committed) aenerts that the free tolls provision was inuerted in the Democratic plat form without the knowledge of the majority of the Resolutions Commit tee of the party. In consequence of this discovery, he says that the way in now clear for a Congressional de bate upon the repeal of the measure, "'The subsidy was not a cardinal plank in any Democratic platform," declare other members of the Com merce Committee. Therefore there is not likely 'to be any real resistance to the President's programme,
DEATH OF MR ED. J. FEALY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914
DEATH OF MR ED, J. FEALY, The (ldath occurred yesterday after noon of AMr. Edward J, lealy, licen ;co of the i'tinr Ilotl, IEldradot , lie wa sl brought to ?jiiter (Hlihor'i; pri vate hospital on Mttlaty nitilght by Dr. J. L,. Henderson, in hie nuot.u c'ar, aIfterCillg fromi a seri tous attack of double pneumonia. The doctor held ouit Ibut little hope for hiut re ovcer'y. The late AMr. F'caly \vwt a ton of Mr. and Mrs (leorge' A. lealy, of lldo(raido, and Wat 11 yiears of age. Ile van born and live(d atll '1 dlradto all hia i life, he)ing a highly respicted lre:ilfdefnt and recogniiiued for his; geceroua (ip it, and titraigihtfor ward dealings;, l1 took on intev'nt a d part in aflain'i of the tOwnfhip, and was conlellted with the eporting clhubi, park l' t l'll tetu, ctlit((l co tlllltllt tee, 11n(1 other bodim;. Ile w;ln pop. Ilarh ' il ie; ittc3e off the $,tar I hit'l, and \,an just preparinig to enter il to the line new brtick building etect ed fur hotel nremuiie ,, ll1; wife pre...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914
ORICKET. Wangaratta A, team visited Glen rowan on Saturday, when an inter outing game waslplayed. 1Wangarat ta went to the wickets first, and were disposed of for the modest score of 75. Glenrowan were hopeful of topping it off, and started oil well having three .wickets down for 44 runa , but the remaining seven bats men were only able to make 15 runs, and the innings closed for 59, leav ing the visitors winners by 16 runs, 1Scores: Wangaratta A,-Meadway 29, A, Tippett 5, Thomas 4, Williams 7, R,. Williams 0, Dowling 1, O'Keefe 5, Prentice 19, Tippett 0, Wilson 1, Prichard 0, sundries 4.-Total 75, IDowling.-MaAuliffe 6 for 33, At kinson 2 for 6, Mlchee 1 for 24, Rob ertson 1 for 5. Glcnrowan.-Atkinson 14, Rev. Nye 16, McKee 8, McDonnell 2, M. Nolan 0, Durack 3, McAulille 0, J. Percy 6, LAndler 0, sundrice 4.-Total 59. }lowling.--Williams 5 for 7, Mead way 4 for 20, A. Tippett 1 for 12,.
BERRIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914
UERRlGAN. 'Ilhe record wheat roturn for the 1cr rigan dietrict hate been obtained by Mlenre Moulton linee of Aooma long. Fiomt 2i0 ucleil 2,0J~ hagaL of grain wer ilt Iavetatcd, which wceelted Sil baehele 221., )tr hter. '1h101 were it numer of tret in the p)0d dock, whlichl n[utrllily ]rrlhenetd ,the yield to it certailn osteit, VMIIHI li ttlit Ileiplitie- The Waflf:a1 Dliutrict 1lo(pit3tl reort. t;lwwed the Ilu c[e of pnttie[(l 3 trc1[(t ed in the houpital ltulill lth ptitt y'Cfr Io 1)0 the pr)[ iu o y'1lt( If t(I' I i i . . te providinig Lfu lJ i clro1( (lmiat, of imn-ii yetr's [·t'c(CU( ic 33 CLuihi, '1'hit yearU opleed with t cr(edit. to .319I0O, im retiiir ltiing c lt pr litai t l Ie hat the hueipita t u'w now cee guttiieu no It lealdlng i ((ittitut iou, There wahit ur geuit [(CCd fot' ilceased e ehI ((l oIIldlt tloti, 'A'lto aditioao Pn~i lpoloor ul l cluildd a n[[ow iV0ol1tilu wiid, which will abeuorb betweCni 1'100(1 andt J1:500 Payiug jeititutu contributed 9793 Qurlug the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914
FLAhAGAN, NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES. FRIDAY, 13th FElilUlARY. Clearing sale of land, utock, and effects at Ta'ninick, account EU tate Robert Gibbonu, dccenced. THURSDAY, 19th FE1IIRUAilY. Sale of 587 acres freehold lhind, 9 miles from lilabo, N.S.W., ac 'count estate S. Charlton, decea. od,. auqtion, cc njunct.~on South well Bros., Junce, FRIDAY, 20th FEIDRUARY. Groat special Sale of Store Cattle, at Myrtleford, the first . of the Autumn Sales this year. SATURDAY, 21st FEBRUAlY, Sale of 733 acres magnificent farm lands at Springhurat, account Mr P.' O'Brlen. TUESDAY, 24th FEBRUARY, OClearing Sale at Norong, of plant, stock, grape crop, etc,, account Mr. W. J. McKinty. FRIDAY, 27th FEBRWJARY, Sale of 1126 acres Buffalo River lands horses, cattle, shdop, etc., ac count A. W. Fletcher, Esq. SATURDAY, 28th FEBRUARY, Sale of 400 acres freehold land at Springburst, account Mr, Bon, Cunningham. WEDNESDAY, 4th MARCH. Clearing Sale of Land, , Stock, Im plements, etc., at Milawa, -...
SPRINGHURST RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914
SPRINGHURST RACES, liollowing are the nominations for the Springhurst races to be held on 18th March:- Maiden Plate,-Swynford, U,N.O., Linglie Burn, Bid, Andriano, Miss Kathleen, Bratton, Baracehi, Dew mount, Panguard, Five Star, Springhurst Handicap. -Barbird, Doerform, Fredecia, George Mc, Lady Skopos, Wilderness Maid, Port Louio, Marcyl, Boebo, Trial Handicap.-Shell Vale, Our Miss Gibbs, Watergate, Port Louie, Renamed, Miss Goya, Marble Mount, Panguard, Bratton. Flying Handicap,-DBarbird,',Lyance, Anona, Lady Skopos, Wilderness Maid, Arloso, Watergate, Lady Tri lock, Port Loulo, Renamed, Devonior, Silver Medal, Bertha Krupp, Miss Goya, Marble Mount, Bobo. Galloway Handicap.-Linglie Burn, Only George, Alma Mac, Royal Shot, Red San, Miss Kathleoen, The Doctor, Farewell Handicap,-Silver City, Shell Vale, Lyance, Andriano, Water. gate, Port Loule, Ilenamed; Lama, Dovonier, Barillet, Marcyl, Bertha Krupp, Miss Goya, Marble Mount, Panguard.
CHURCH SERVICES. Wangaratta Methodist Church. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914
CHURCH SERVICES, Waurautla rMothod ht Church. 6I1IN1)A\l', F 141i11tJAi11Y 15. 13dorallu [I," "lllr, iillllputun. ]5l1lulrlatlo '1,3U, ý11li, I)uggGlcby, IVaugui'ntti 730,---Itev, 4. 4'. ]3rown, 14"vertuii .f. -111x,, Hlullul~on.l (ai'i'araigai rlaungcv JI -M. Iligglehy, I ouhinilunaj II -R1ev. J, J. Ilrowil 1I i'lina 3,--11ev, J. J. Brown,
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS EVANS & MACONOCHIE WANGARATTA HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS -- ~- + ---- EVANS & MACONOCIIE WANGARATTA HORSE SALE. Evans and Maconochio report hold2 Jng the above sale on February 6th, iq conjunction with Campbell and Sons, of Kirk's Bazaar, Melbourne, when the largotyarding of 210 horses were yarded, and 93 sold. There was a good attendance of Melbourne buy ers, and a very largo attendance froni the surrounding distrlots, and New South Wales. There was good com petition for all useful horses, while horses suitable for shipping and good ponies sold well. No heavy draughts were yarded. Best farm mares and geldings £26 to £30, oth ers £17 to £24, aged draughts £8 to £14; best light horses.- £13 to. £18 10s; useful sorts, £ 10s to £11; pon ies 95 to 416 10s,
OXLEY SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914
OXLEY 6IIIRE COUNCIL, The monthly meeting was held on Saturday. Present:---Cr. J. T. (Gibh (President), Crs, D. Gardner, it. Cook, A. 11. Smith, D. Wyllie, J. Dinning, J, ItRoche and II . , Milne. COIRRillPOND1ENCE, From Department of Lands, stat ing that the desired permission has been granted to the council to let the right to depauture the Milawa, Whorouly, Oxley and Cheshunt re creation r?'ervec for 12 montlhs, I?ro vided the right of the, public to use tihe reserves are not curtailedl, that the rents received are expended in imiprovemenllt, and that the state ments of receiptsi and cxpenditure are forwarded to the DIepartment. Cr. Wyllie moved, seconded by Cr. A. 1. ;Smith, that the secretary take steps to have regulations framed for the control of the Chesliunt reserve, and sulhnit anime for the approval of the council.--Carri'led, From D)epartment of Iand5i, rei tihe Council's application for lpermni?>onl to let the Greot recreation rente'Ve, asking for a statement of rece...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914
R[ilDI STillhNlIT, WANGAlRATTA. Moneys to Lend on Lcannehold antd Froeehold, and all other lormn of securities at lowest rates of interest.. NOTCUTT & P'UlIIlitICK, Darristers and Solicitors, REID STIREIiT, WANGAIIAT'rTA. Mr. T. F. Notcutt, a Commissioner for taking allidavits: Mr. F. F. . 'ur brick. Trust and other Moneys to Lend at Lowest Rates. OHA.. i1. SUMMIEIIS, AI.VI,A. ARUIITNOIE ', Faithful Street, Wangaratta. JASPER HUSBAND, B.A., l.L.LB., Barrister and Solicitor. REID STJREET, WANGARATTA. H, A. MURDGOH, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR, REID STREET, WANGARATTA. Commissioner for taking Affidavits. Moneys to Lend at lowest rates. THOMAS GRAHAM, D.L., BARRISTER & SOLICITOR, The firm of Graham and Muadoch 'having been dissolved, Mr. C(.aham 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. Vandonberg's, Dentist)....
MEXICAN BANDITS. WASHINGTON, Feb. 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914
MEXICAN BANDITB, WASHINGTON, Feb. 8th, A menssage from Ciudad Juarez, in tho extreme north of Mexico, states that it is reported there that the Mexico and' North-Western train ran into a burning tunnel, and that 41 passenager 1perished in the Ilames. The lire wa~ started inside the tun nel by aI Mexican bandit named Cas tillo, the fact that the tunnel was largely shored with wood making, his work easy, Other indications point to Casltillo having sent in a burning freight train with the object of block ilng the tunnel. It is believed that tile carriages of tile train were burn ed to au1he. ,;ix Amnericans wore on board, but their fate is not yet known. A oipcial train, with coffins, hall ee desliatchll ed fromthe Ameri canll ;ile to illvelstigate. The Secret ary of Stato (Mr. Bryal) has de-. andedtl that the Mexican' rebel forced opleratinlg in the north shall despatch troops to prevent Castillo from at tacking the American rescue train,
CABLE NEWS. NEW GOVERNOR-GENERAL. MR. MUNRO-FERGUSON, M.P. LONDON, Feb. 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914
NEW l(0iVIN')If(-ENEWAL, Mil. MUNIl1-FE(llIUHON, M.P. LONIDON, Feb, 8th.. It is announced olliCially that Mr, lionald Cranlfurd Munro-Ferguson, P.C., Liberal M.P, for Leith Burghs, hall been appointed (overnor-General of Australia, in i?eacesion to Lord I)enmaaon. li; IM ajesty the I(ing ap proved of the choice of hii Ministers on Friday. In IEdinburgh it is stat ed that, Mr. Mauro'-ergulon will any farewell to hi,; cot;titituenti nest week. Whenl inforul med of the aplpointment of Mr. Munro -j'crgu;on, l,]arl Grey, who arrived from England in Ade laide on haturday by the Otranto, auid:- "I Iam deliglhted. I consider that Auitralia ii most fortunate in lavi ng a man of i;uch haracter, busti neee capaci. s , ,&lt;,d ]j1, ovan l charm a Mrir. Munll, I .ir;,,n possesses, IIe i, a li l)p ll:r ,i f i hl Iosebeiry, a Ilbcial-llllli llii.l, ma d a i man of Illlllbrk d COulI;l:., am'l inldl)peClldeClC of character. "He has b.. .. -m mat ite periotllll friend of minei for lmally yeal...
BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914
EIE ECH·1WORTH. 8outh J(idiui s only C2310 Oi '1d. A tiron', wiivriM on ihtuidny lilrili iti~Ibo.i ul CLIi' Hi ;( , att l~t of Oth U i ii [lt. liisi' !ly ui(Iie i ul , hutn (ut ruhhlli:lil tile, wh('ro u! 111l1(1 , \rr' 1 O l dent1 1 Ill(2h(l", a (, 'rons; 'ilnd (i(ft ('d ()o !:1I1:1:, and t 1;()I1 1 [Il' lljlJ: OuII( lobs;, tlr ttIllir'kly (1(ttend11 1l, hill , not hefore 1;oluo ,y 111:i) or .twUill #j;( alh of cinti'il inn doul(: to, Hiet bilding. It iii 1:ov'ufc by int~u'nunn In ttJ;' t,~iflo'
MILAWA v. OXLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914
MILAWA v. OXLFIY, Those teams mot at Milawa on Saturday, and Milawa just won on time by 50 runs. Scores- Milawa,-P, J, Rold 1, B. Khco bone 10 J, J leoswick 52, J. Wood 3, R, Marks 4, IE. S, Barrio 43, G. Ket tlo 1, G, Oross 0, W. Reid 0, J. lBurgess 0, sundrioes 16,-Total 129. Bowling,-T, Nolan 1 for 15, G. lrower 2 for 26, W, Fowler 0 for 12, V. Kennedy 2 for 36, Walker 0 for 19, Roy Kennedy 2 for 2, Oxley,-V, Kennedy 18, Roy Ken nody 10, J, Sanders 4, P., Walker 1, 0. Brower 7, 11, J, Kennedy 14, It. Mllhe 5, W, Fowler 11, TI, Fowler 1, 'P, Nolan 3, 1i, Lang 1, sulnries ,. -Total 79, llowlllg,--lteld 4 for 20, H;ci;wic 2 for 39, R. Marks .1 for 8, t, Kettle 0 lor 8.