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TURKISH NAVY. CONSTANTINOPLE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914

TURKISH NAVY, (1ONSTANTINOPL? , Monday. With the advent of Envor Boy, the famous Young Turk loader, to the Ministry of War, recently, a large number of high military olllcers were removed from the active Army, -Similar retirements ffbm the navy are now announced in the current number of the Turkish "Naval' Gaz ette." Three Admirals, and flifty three ofilcors of other ranks have bcon removed from the active list, - - ,,.

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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Late Cable News JAPANESE NAVAL ESTIMATES. TOKIO, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914

[FROM REUTER.] JAPANI314i NAVA\ EISTIMATEiS, TOKIO, Monday Night. A docreaso in the amount to bo opent during 1911 on naval defenco in Japan Is announced, The Budget Committee of the Diet has voted i reduction of £3,000,000 in the navy estlmate.i.

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MAIN ROADS BOARD. VISIT TO NORTH-EAST. OXLEY SHIRE NEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914

MAIN ROADS BOARD. VISIT TO NOUtTIH-1AST, OXLN,1Y SHIIIIil NEIIDS. At the ordinary monthly meeting of the Oxley Shire Council held on Saturday, eeveral nlatters in connec tion with main roads in the Shire and the apprioaching visit of the Main Iloadt Iouard to the district cattll on for di,;culleioin. A colnunlunication was read from' the C(ounlli try Rolds IBoard, re the council's reqluet that the Board pay a visit of inslpection to Oxloy Shire to considcr icsheloeIs of mainn roads, stating that the Board will visit the Shire in it fortnight's time. A petition was received from N. Costa, , H ealo, T. Dodomaido, G, Gear, Wim. Stubbs, and 26 other rate payers of the Tolmio district, re questing the council to bring the matter of constructing the main road from Whlitloeld to Mansfield un der the notice of the Country Roads Board. Owing to the cost of con struction they considered the work beyond the means of the council, It would connect the Whitfield and Mansfield railways and be a;fe...

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CRICKET. WANGARATTA B. v. ELDORADO. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914

CRICKET. ' - 4--- WANGARATA B3. v. NLIJDORADO. Eldorado visited Wangaratta B. on Saturday and played a draw. Scores: Wangaratta B.-J. Hardesty 22, A. Gibson 75,' 0, Coswello 8, H. D. Willis 6, 0. Shepherd 2, It. Gibson (not out) 11," sundries 12.-Five wic kets for 136, Bowllng,-McGrogor 2 for 9, T. Rae 1 for 33, McIntyre 1 for 39, Mc Bride 1 for 2. 6 1lidorado,--McGregr 1, Murray 32, Bradley (not out) 35, F, Collins 16, C, Carter 0, G. McIntyre 0, P. Sand erson 2, H; Francis (not out) 1, sun dries 15,--Six wickets for 102,. "Bowling.--Shophord 3 for 18, Hard esty 1 for 20, lado 2 for 8,

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WHOROULY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914

WHOROULY, The ball hold in the hall on Friday night in connection with the IRace Club's annual race meeting was at tended by fully GO0 couples, and wone a great success. The floor was in good order and first class' music waon eupplloed by Mr. H. McNamarab (piano,. Mr, J. Maher (vio+ lin), and Mr. A. MlcNanutra (piccolo), while Ir., J. MMnon mtle an ellicient IM.. I)etpito the great wrnineCss of the night daI1certI 0a tered into the enjoyment of the vari ot14 (dIltlcei with great heart, and had ai hllappy titue. The ladie of the district, dispctoed all excellent anp per, which wa dltiltly laid out, un tder i ritliltr tlee, ''Ile lomlltlitltee of the 11tac0 t(111h are well cotit lled with the reou tl of th!e race tt'tetini', wlld datnc hold oti lFid1ay. h ''('Ii en i lc p llall?e( i with out, it hitch, The nteeting v,'wt) the ins at, ?n cct'nful held for tmtaty years, In order to fall int with thie wiheln ?f ho al re id(:inll 1 1 ttn ot.hllor. it, w111 decided to hold tithe race' oil ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914

NATIONAL TRUSTEES CO. 113 QUIJEEN STRE'tET, (Corner Little Wollhin Streot) MELBOURNIE, --han- MONEY TO LEND. LOWEST HAT'ES. NO COMMISSION. HON. WALqTER MADDEN, Ohalrman. BEDROCK SALE SALE - PRICES AT IVRY INS V ITHOUSE Saturday, 7th F ebruary Is the Opening Day of what is bound to be a re. cord Money Saving Sale Event. A few prices typical of what wo arte offering;: Full size Black and Nicol Bldetnads 261 01. Full size Wireo M ltroeses, 3 ply, 14s Oid. Sevon.peoo Blankwood and Imitation Walnut Dining Suite, well upholstered, wi good quality oroaodilo, £7 17s Oil, Solid Oak Bedstead, full size, very fashionable, £3 I2s 01, Flooraloth, 2 yards wide, ?2 2d per yard. Linoleum, 2 yards wiseau 3d per yard. Remnants of Linoleum, under cost., Rugs, M1ite, Tables, Chairs, Suites, Fashion.ble Oak Tables and Pedestals at prices marked right down below City catalogues. Every Line from Front Window to rear of Show Rooms at Bedrock Clearing Sale Price. "'IRVIN1' ," White House C A. L Pt U'Lt W'an...

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BILL TO AMEND THISTLE ACT [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914

BILL TO AMEND TIiISTI E ACT Oxley Shire Councilhlor had before them at their meeting on Satur.lay, a copy of the hill to amend the Thistle Act 19i05. It, wan forwarded by the Municipal Association, which drew special attention to the drastic nature of clause 9 (particulars of which have already appeared in "' he Chronicle"). It desired the council to request its representative in the Legislative Assembly to oppose the inclusion of clause 9 in its presont form, Cr. R. Cook said the ratepayers had sufficient to look after in their freehold and leasehold lands without having to take over responsibility for unoccupied Crown lands, All municipalities were against taking over responsibility for Crown lands, that was the duty of Government, Speakers of a deputation that recent ly waited on the Minister told him that they did not care how drastic he made the Act in regard to lease hold and freehold properties, but they expected the same to apply to Crown lands, I-I moved that this council d...

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BOORHAMAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914

BOORHAMAN NEWS. The Progress Association met on Saturday night, when Mr. O, Fran cis presided, Correspondence was dealt with from Wangaratta Progress Association, and from Mr. O. J. Ahern, M.H,R., relative to a tele phone connection with Beolhworth Junction Railway Station. It Was decideddto again write to the Shire Council and to Mr. Ahern, urging the construction of a line either from Wangaratta Lt the Junction, or from Boorhaman to the Junction, Mr. Ounningham pointed out that a daily mail service could be easily ob tained by local and district resl dents by linking up the Wangaratta East Boorhaman mail with the Ruth orglen-Brimin service: If the mail went from Wangaratta to Ruthergleno one day and returned the next, the mileage, and therefore the costr of the new service, would be' practically the same as the present cost of the two services, Brimin could be con- nected at Norong Central by a branch service and got its mails as at present, It was decided to write to each chairma...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914

DEATH, STEELE.".-On 9th February, 1914, at his residence "Rossylongan," Wan garatta, Arthur Loftus Maule Steele-aged 75 years, IN' MEMORIAM, GLEESON,--In loving memory of my dear wife and our fond Mother, Johanna, who died 10th Febru ary, 1912, at Wangaratta, 0, immaculate heart of Mary, Your prayers for her extol; 0, sacred heart of Jesus, Have mercy on her soul. -Inserted by her loving husband and children,     Wangaratta Chronicle, Published on WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY MOlININU?;ii \YIH)NI, I)AY, F1;iiiA\lIV II, ill.

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DEATH OF SERGEANT STEELE. DISTINGUISHED POLICE OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914

DEATH OF SERGEANT STEELE. DISTINGUISHED POLICE OFFICER, photo, 'THE LATE SERGEANT STEELE.     On Monday morning Mr. A. L. M. Steele, Sergeant of Police in Wanga ratta for many years, died at his residence in Faithful Street, from heart failure. He passed away -in his sleep, quite peacefully, He had complained of not fooling well on the preceding day, but set out to at tend the evening service at the Church of England. When on ,his way along the main street he had a recurring feeling of weakness and re turned to his home, where he rested during the evening. He sat on the verandah enjoying his pipe and con versing with his son Murray. When the family returned from Church: he joined them in a cup of cocoa, after which he retired for the night. Early in the morning he had a return of the pains over his heart, which he attributed to indigestion, and Mrs. Steele provided .the remedies usually applied. He recovered and fell into a sleep again. At 7.30 when ono. of...

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A DECENTRALISATION MOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914

ha,; l u'rllI iol trlr (1 111 )1;i11;\1.;t( , ;lull a.1 Atftilt1 IE IN'fI{AiII;AI},tt oNll J1O tl ( i t iut: t()l lilu ( if rI tIII ltx o ' !tus ill the t: oil tht' llillllllrc)\ CI1 \;11II1 t1( 111111! to thei loth, of I:,SU) iUcUU '11111t 'Piloa pr·etiuuotio ll, (j. Olt} il'Vvoctttci O this tax il that the railvway fr:ig;htl: will be redlluced by i t hat auniil t andtli lth h popllation of M\elboutrl e 3tl it id t:cailt: tl ity cicr h?' -n-ny of titi oIco l iiIJI to hp ravitothe to a it countl ry. W(: tre ' told .ht . het hiftillg of poipliatlotnd thMtl outli follow wolhld r' ul,?ti in ??lorbin v thi of the rplman who owns i,; and tle forV the lusers of t uhe railways at t joint expense of those who use anl i those who do runot use them tonl cty alongd as thevid i hown ld y Those whol lown no land and those who have wthed r money in other forms of invest e rovided for escape all taxatiolyn. y het but ah ohas his money lifout on , Hililitiei of avian ene t th t; t;c motgage out of ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. EVERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 11 February 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. EVERTON. The funeral of the late Mr. A E, Mackey took place on Sunday, when the remains were interred in the Tar rawingee Cemetery, The cortege con sisted of about thirty-five vehicles. The coffin bearers were Messrs J, Morrison, G. McDonald, T. Skehan, and G, Martin; pall bearers, Messrs G. Kay, D. Keogh, J. Kelty, W. Thomson, W. Murray and T. Con nors. The burial service was road by the Rev. Mr. Jenkyn, and the fun eral arrangements were carried out by Mr. J. J. Handley. HANSONVILLE, A very enjoyable evening was spent at the Hlr?nsonvillo Hall on Friday night, when about 30 couples assom oled and participatetd In IL dance. The musicVwat supplied by Mr. ID. Laffiy, while Meners J. I'rendergast, J. Mc Kenna, and W. Gibb acted as MA'sC. Slupper was supplied by the ladies, who are only too willing to anshit at these toceiali in aid of the hall, dlurling the winter. A mneeting was held at (Freta to (Ilecttsfi naltteit' in (4ollnect)ioln with the (hreta lonltltgntgt, ha1l...

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MEETING AT WHITFIELD ADVANTAGES OF CO-OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

MEETING AT WHITFIELD ADVANTAGES OF CO-OPEIRATION. A largo numblOr of producers (in cluding many ladies) assombled at Whitfleold on Saturday to hear Mr. R, Cook explain the aims and rules of the,Western and Murray District Co-oporatlvo Bacon Curing Co,, also the scheme for compulsory grading of cream, Mr. Cook was present by in vitation in his capacity as director of the bacon company and a member of the comnmiltteo on the Cheese and Butter Factories' Association, r, presenting the N.E,. group of butter factories. The hall was engaged, but Mrs Swinburno, of the Mountain View Hotel, in her usual good way, soon relieved the large attendance of any disappointment by providing seating accommodation facing the front verandah for over 100 persons. Mr. A, Maconochlo, JP., occupied the chair, -Mr. S. E, Ellis (chairman of directors of the Hanson Dairy Con(, also Director T. ,J. Byrno were pre sent, and gave strong addresses on products and their distribution. Mr. Cook said he was present to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

WANGAFIAT'TA St. Patrick's b?)y telebration, 1914. WEDNESDAY~~ MARCI 18. :EMMrOr·P~ PROOCESSION, ..To. stairt at 11 o'clock sharp, Mounitbd Contingent, eIst £10, 2nd £6, 3rad £4, Sectioi of -Four in any Contingent, lst Four Gold Medals, Best Decorated Motor Oar, let £3, 2nd £1-O0se, 3rd 10s, Most Original Turn-Out, let £1 10s, 2nd 104, : Best Suitained Character, let £1, DANOING. Registercdwith Scottish Union, All events::are for competitors un der 16 years... Highlhnd.Fliug, lst &£1 10s, and 10s, Entry ls 6d.: Hornpipe, lst.£1£..0s, 2nd 10os, Entry Is 6J, let 2 e le 6d, Sheantrus, let £1 10s, 2nd 10s. Entry ls Gd. Entries for dancing close Wednes day, March 11th, All dancers to ap pear in costume. GREAT TUG-OF-WAR, On battons, Teams of 6, slet £20, 2nd £10. Entry 12s per team. Teams to be composed of men living within a radius of. 100 miles of Wangaratta. For conditions see pobket pro gramme, Entries close Wednesday, 11th March. MILITARY & EQUESTRIAN, Flag Race, sle...

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A SUCCESSFUL INNOVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

A SUCCESSFUL INNOYATION, The President (Mr. T'', F. Notcutt) of the Wsngaratta Dl)istrict IIospital informcd memberri of committee at their montlhly meetingl oil Thurday evening that the new arrangement for working the institutron by a re iidenri midical otlicer and a stallf of honol'ary medical olIiccru herd niow bee in existence for mix months, anJd !n order to ascertain how the syacten ws ea working he had renqulet edt the honorary nmedical oflicers to urrnish reports, The reports were read as follows. Dr, R, G, McLay wrote that the syotem now in force had Iproved an unqualified success. Tihe limited num ber. pf beds available for eacih hon orary: mrade it possible to nive .tihat iimividual attention to eaich patient .·'hich was necessary if he or she .wais to do well, The value of supervilion by the resadent surgeon had Ileen well ;lhown in the decreas ed cotl of drugu and auppllic gCn erally. Connultatio1n between the hoiiorarieai in dillicult or obncuro ca;Ci hliave been freol...

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LET US IMPRESS [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

L1EI' US IMPRLIES O11 yoii the reaitot why you h;ould givte your Dautlghteir Mrs l tmunhlle h'on Tonic 11thad Pilhh. 'lhie;e pillh will atrengthen thit aginust the Ittiim euli heat, ritIttur tUhe ippetlilt, thicrl la.ati'e roprrltio? are. a neeo uemtity, for iacordih tot the Iheel medlital atuthoritie,? ('onstipat~iio in titt i f .the thii f citt etitt of Ataititt . 'l'hty hiep ith bIlootd to renew iti?s em ply of eel copitclthtt, atd titae thit healtth colour r'turn ll' ?owly bult tiu.l'e ly. 2it Gil a box. l'u?tod I etUity ;\ IB, ItUN1)LW,I] CH'MI STlMI.', \VANGAILATTA, Write NOW

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ANTI-SLUDGE ASSOCIATION. IMPORTANT RESOLUTIONS CARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

ANTI-SLUDGE ASOCIA TION. IMPORIITANT IIISOLUTIONNq (?ARIUK!DI, A meetilng of tile cxecuiltive of the Oveni Iiiver Fronitage Allti-SIdulgO f'ollution A :iociailtion was held at W ingaraitta ye:iterdly mlorninilg. Mr. Th',. ( rahm?ii (Cliairirii) presidedl, a1(1 others ],r?iesnt e r. eO: Ml,: fit It, Cook (Oxley), J. E. 5tt(101, 1alil(es Mrlkloit, ,, Jackion, John Marke, P. lehid, It, Willinmi , I, I. flied (Mil awn), E]. 5. Mackay (,vHertoll), II. Hligihes /(l0urohii), F. ilalton ( ).ley hlat,), J., F'crglsoni (llowman'S For (st), nld T'. (:. liuntz (lionii. csecret ary). Accouniit aLllOtlllting to £413 is 10d were pl'iaed for p)aylllenlt. 'The Secretary reported receipt of 15 froiiim liecehwortlh Shire, £5 fromi Yarr'awola, and 120 tremn Oxlcy Hhire towar'iid tile fiiiinds of the An Nociaiti,). A letter wat read fioli tile Shep partone Urb ian \Water T'rust, ouggedt ing that ai conference of Water T''rnst ouhlt be hield iii Mellbourni during Sclptciimber to (licu:: thie qliietioni o...

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SPRINGHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

Tlh nminthly iiemting oC I)irectonr i li 1. J)ven andii Rlui'riy )Dairy (Io, wa? C ehi on \ednslll ?idaly, Prl'eLenllt- M?R'?m' JI. 'Tulnh.ey, ,I. Wihltlon, J. )'Hlhion a I1 l . II, \~Y y. 'h el lec hlln of 1 h ('hllll llfll [f un llllllxlll ; Ui× IlaunlhH won didellj . It \Vwlli ii',reieid tIhli Mr. I, If, Whitelhead hie electeld ipr, tei, mia Mr. ,I. II. iiiilfotltd we lt Ieaibet. 'l'Uo i Julce :miinltte:e, [e?;l'ri J, 'luOhey, J, Wighton~, J. O'llricn qnd C:hairma~n wo~u ekected #fo totq\

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JURISDICTION OVER BANDSMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

JURISDICTION OVER BANDS MEN, -- +---- 'lThe power that the Victorian Band A sociation possess over registered players was debated at the meeting of the Victorian Band Association when the secretary (Mr, 8, Jamie son) reported that A, Hobson, a menlmber of the Geelong Harbor Trust Hand, had played as a professional cornet player with the Latrobe, Tas., Hland, at tile Burnie, Tasmania, con tests, on January 1, 1914, He said that permission was given to Hob eon to play, as he was a friend of the bandmaster, but it was pointed out to him that if he played as a lrotensional he would have to stand diowVl for two years, and pay a fee of i0, Mr, Williams contended that the Aesociation had no jurisdiction over the player, as he went to an othe(r State, and played in an un registered contest, The president said there was nothing oflicial before the meeting, as the secretary had merely read a report in the press. The rules of the association did not cover \vwhat this man had done. Delo giatea ...

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J. BUCKLEY, [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

J. BIUCIKLEY, J., luckley, the £dlrt, rIoIurtl hayv ing sold I liigc ijt quaiitity uf fruit, v't?telh ' l pIoultry lart, ,?latur day, all hrininhg untisfactory pricet?, Allett ulp to( 5j pet' cas;; gIrapcu to li, peachii to ()U Go d, pIlnIi to I3u ?d. l'tulllly -Ion( Il j r)oo -ttrhl I, 9d pi)l~il; fewlin 1() jll ]air; master:o 1 'It; :, l pair.

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