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

FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES., THUtSD)AY, 19th 1'01 tldlHU,.t\Y. Sale of 587 acres freIehold land, 9 miles from Illabo, N.S.\V., ac. count estate B. (Jl'lriton, deeets Od, auction, c((njuactilon Hioutlh well 1ros., Junco. FRIDAY, 20th FEIDlUAIlY. Great special Sale of Store Uattlo, at Myrtleford, the ilrst of the Autumn Sales this year. SATURDAY, 21st FI-RJUAlltY. Sale of 733 acres magnificent farm lands at Springhurst, account Mr P. O'Brieon. TUESDAY, 24th FEI3RUARY. Olearlng Sale at Norong, of plant, stock, grape crop, etc., account Mr, W, J. MoKinty, FRIDAY, 37th FEBRUARY. Sale of 1126 acres Buffalo River lands horses, cattle, sheep, etc., ac count A, W, Fletcher, Esq. SATURDAY, 28th FEBRUARY., Sale of 400 acres freehold land at -..8prlnghurst, account Mr. BDen. Ounningham. WEDNESDAY, 4th MARCH, Clearing Sale of Land, Stock, Im plements, etc., at Milawa, ac count Executors in the estate of .late G. H, Drown, THURSDAY, 5th MAROH. Oloaring Sale at Brimin account M...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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WATTS, TURNBULL & CO. WANGARATTA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

WATTS, TURNBULL & 00. WANGARIATTA MAIlKET. elosrs Watts, Turnbull and Co, report having hold their usual fort nightly Shcepl and Cattle mnariet on Thursday last, when they has a vety big yarding of all classen of stoc, 'Ihere was a largo attendance of buyers, and a total clearance was olleoctedl. Fat Cattle,--The yarding conistedtl chielly of heifers and cows, with an odd peln of bullocks, 13u1 locks a/c Itobt, Mars made 8 5, and were purchased by H. N. Mor rison; heifers a/c G. A. I-ome made Ilrolm £5 7 bd to £15 1-I, G. F. Croxford being the purchaser; heit ern a/c Jas IHolt made front £5 14s to i.5 18s, the purchaser being Mr. Armstrong. Fat Shceep,-A largeo yarding including some very tine xbred wethera and lambs. P'rices \were hardly 1is good itas previous sales, and alilthough several ]pen; were passedi by aicticin we succeeld ed in dlispoi;ing of theiim irivately. Prime xbired ewes a/c E. A, iJyrne to Ills; prime inerino weuthera a/te A. J. luniley K1t to tie; ewes an...

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EVANS & MACONOCHIE WANGARATTA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

EVANS & MAONOCHIE WANGAI1ATTA MAIRKIT, Messra Evans anld Maconlochio re port holding their usual mnarket at Wangaratta on T'hursday, 12th insL., when they had a very large yard ing but a small yarding of cattle of all sorts, The atteundanucc of hay ers for ncep) and calttle v.a? ,ood and a number of biycrs i5rolll other, districtsr was , presLnt wio)n' keen comlpetition had a notice able effect on pl)rices, S]heclp.--We sold wethellrs a/c Mi. J, Sheridan to 18s 7d; a/c C. French at IsH; ac. U13Dunkley at 1a 3d; and lots :'C other owners to 17s; ewes a/c .j Carmichael at 15s 6d; a/le Swa\n anlld Sons at 15s; a/c Aldridgte [ros. at 21s 83d; a/e C, Fronch at 1.? 10; a/c J. Mears to 13s 8d; a/e Mrs., Mc Gregor at 12s 10d; lambs a c J, Cnarmichael to 12s (d; ac E, T. 8kehan (t 12i Gd; a/c Mrs. Mcre gor at 13S Gdl a/s A, Kerr at 11is l1d; a/c Ex, T. Wilson to 14a; a/c 1). Gibson ,at 12s 11; a/v Evan Evans at 13s; weaners.-sold to 14a. Cattlae.--Bullocks sold a/c W. Teaguo at £9 13...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. WANGARATTA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. iFLANAGAN, NEWVIAN & 00. WANGAiIAT'liA IAIIIFET.. Flanagan, Newman a(1nd (o, report having held their ullual fortnightly market lbt Thuritday au follows'- Fat Shee[.---VWe had a big yardlll, lollnOlI which weile t13(1 few loti; o& 11rinme weteItl nltlld oves, bIullt Ithe 1bu111k col)ilted of lltifillum anld mi1xed sort01 , .ltl(:i, were 11(ot ip to lits Imarlket's; quota1tions, alind very 1i1uch in (111(1 oultf; owi'ng to the droll in I\lollo rne Inltlrk et lprices Wer' ci l re14ondingly, low here. Store Slheei.---We haid a big ?upplly of litore ~CCheep) of all chbIec; there a1s a11 goold att3llldancee of lulyertl, and colmpeItition wao brick, nIlot wIlth tanlllding thle (dry weaether, and prac tically tile whole of tlhe yIarding 3wa4 luold out. Fat Cattle.-Only a 1mll ya'rdilg; good lightweight biullockl; were In good request, and the whole 1 ard'ling chalingedl handls at iprlicc well up to lant market's rates. Store Cattle.-SmaIll yarl'ling, c...

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

AHERN AND McSWINEI, Barristers and ,olicitora. REIID STREET, WANGARATTA. Moneys to Lend on Ieaseho!d and Freehold, and all other formn ot securities at lowest rates of interest. NOTOUTT & PURIRIOK, Barristers and Solicitore, ?111l) STREIIT, WANGAIIATTA, Mr, T. F, Notcutt, a Commi?hioaer for taking allldavits: Mr, F . 'ur. brick, Trust and other Moneys to Leond at Lowest Rates. OHAS. H, SUMMERS, A.l.V.I.A. AROHITIiEOT, ' Faithful Street, Wangaratta, JASPER HUSBAND, B.A., L,.L.B., Barrister and Bolicitor. REID STRICEET, WANGARATTA. H, A, MURDOCH, BARRISTER & 80LIOITOR, REID STREET, WANGARATTA. Commlssionor for taking AfMidavits. Moneys to Lend at lowest rates, e****rr~-m***--- -------~-y - THOMAS GRAHAM, 1.L,, BARRISTER & SOLIOITOR. The firm of Graham and Mtadoch having been dissolved, Mr, Gzsham will continue business in Chambers In Commercial Buildings, Reid street. Moneys are awaiting investment at current rates. DANIEL J. OONNELL, Barrister and Solicitor. M...

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DEPUTATION FROM NORTH OVENS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

DI)EPIUT'AT'ION L'IOM NOliril OVEN3, Oinl Wednelsday a deputatiolu from North ()vlteNa lhire ('iouincil, consiit ilg of thie 'r'caiiienlt ((Or, Jacknon), ard Me?;i;ra J. II.Sri-adiford and F. MIcl)onald arl Mr. \VW. Anrderion, (.E., w'a iitroutc d to the IHon. Millinterc for Lain;di (Mr. if, Lawoion) by Mr, J, How;cer, M.I.A., oi tire snbje(pt (,I, ra 'iiwrve at l 0tioihaliiani. Thi ditiutittitn aiiik ed that the ex ntini ripecirv', itf (2 acrlei onOi the Ov tyi; lrivci'r c:lowi the cerietecry ard ia portioii ,f til?e 10(0 acre watercr re ;erve at LiHlt' dam, he inoid, and tIre lniroc'd' de baot d to the pir cliric of t0 a'erun it Minar iShea'ri pro paerty iln ]hou'hamlanl. It w,'lt loint-: , tl t ti t tlhu t river reierve v ilri ribjit lcj it l ni ladstl airt iii alr i cltr vl, i' ht postl itio forll publ't ic p rtpOi '[l. It woult itii Co h ,- acre, which wuhln n'ivr' L25't. The '10 acreir to te ilrl'cha: c itan itithc tI est ii Miiuni ht( a'i r aid, ant valued by her at £12 pier ...

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A.N.A. CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

A.NJ. CONFEREC NCE, 4.---- )Business of an important nature is to come up for consideration at the tannual confelrence ot the Victor ian board of directors of the Aus tralian Natives' Association to be held at Wanguaratta next month., The Fitzroy and Sandringham brancheu both have imotions on the busfinius paper in favour of bringing before the (ooimonwealth tGoivera nment the ncccssity of all goods nlanllf:ictured in A utrali a being branded "mdiiiile in Aust;tralia," a11d with the halus of thlie isiiinllfactrlrer, Closcr Gettleonit is dlealt with in a motion from Gleno Ihuntly- "Thatt he rcstrictced cfreehold title to (Jloser Settllemiit lhiids olffered to imuigrauntl by the Govcrnment of Victoria prejudlically alfects thie pol Icy of iiuinigratioii; and in order to enIable Victori'ia to successtfully com pete with Canadat ii attracting inm mlgrants, this conferti(ce urges the boardl of dlirector, to taklie suchl ac tion as may Ibe reqliiiredl to imnpress the (Government withl thi...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

SPORlTING NOTEIS, Winltoln lbeen.'?. l]1Them rall'et w('re b hi n( V \alllIltnl y. Itt It(! tih'(! lh;al a walkoverCl inl t~he Trial, Arthlint ('itl i r,!" i itayal (%h ' j. (W, Iloytei d), \Vili h the I'bl' Ilic( , MliltI I l.hh~'l 'yin( ?(' c?.I d jll.t I W. tal'af lla t li .'a i i thi rd; .I t l I o ? \inn . T he W i i t oIm ilattll ii'lt w\'as wo'(n by I1, Il?)yoted's W\ihherne n lcl ab h (\V, I]?)?loy te ), ltti tax thinl' ; t'Ven l tl lg i v \illnlt'l, ,, tlyln'lt!s ititoih x runl a deald l 0 itil \ih W\ate.rlTate il t~he? Flyinlv lhimulicapl; JHozlrnei'd thiz'l; t o i I ageld idit, b ., 1 to I W\latl'gItu; iII thie lulll il \Wat0orat1 wa1, 1Illy liwll (W flloaytcd) w'On the Ilack ltate; 2 to I 05 Wll?ir,

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MAIN ROADS BOARD. VISIT WANGARATTA IN MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

MAIN ROADS BOARD. Y'WHI'1' W\ANdAIA"I'A IN MAItIII, Yenterity, h', ''.. C Al Zth , Town (hlerk, \YWn?garauttLa, received u tlC gtratin fr(,to tue (hirmuui u ulltn thlle Main lu H dIui; htardt, intutuinu g tt tlJ? lltultlu ( explctil( to l( ' in W'uuJuu I'uut tuu ii hll l ut it, I (1u0 ; \' ul;' tuuuio, P''I)i' t() It tu , it. ill iuinjCect thu O ut mud tuwtou?.; ,'-hirt . ('the tel;. luti- w\ s;e; t friut tom Mlaunutitld yueu ttlordaly mornFIingJ,

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VIGNERONS' FIELD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

VIGNERONS' FIELD DAY. ---- +-- Yesterday afternoon a Vine growers' Field Day was held at the lLutherglen College, when Mr, F, do Castella, viticultural expert, ex plained. the experimental work car-i ried out by him in the .vinoyard. There was a large attendance of vignerons from ,Hutherglon, Corowa, Howlong, Albury, Barnawartha, Yackandandah and other distriots, Mr. do Castoella, showed, throughout the afternoon, the growth and pro porties of the valuable resistant by brids introduced by him on his re turn from Europe some years since. A testing of the new varieties of wines nroduced from these vines was held in the college cellars, when the export expllained their commercial use for lNuropean countries, It was clear that while the full bodied dry wines of Rutherglen are the most sought after in London and the Con tinent, an excellent market exists for types of lighter wines which can he successfully grown In the North East, An interesting discussion fol lowed in which the leading ...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

THEJ WEATHER. Clani' ?nnd tino, with nortl\ wind, Prospecots of .hont, The. bhtllagbo Railway and Mining Co., Brisbano, have decided to shut down the smolters as tho coke sup ply is exhausted, and the Mt, Mulll gan railway still not built.

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

SPRINGIIURST RACES. Following are tho woleights lor the prhhglhtiraBt Iltco, to obe rln next Wedneoday, 18th inRt : Mlalilon Plate.--ilglioa lurn, U.N. (),, I)owmnount, MIss Katlleen, |ln acchil, Mll, Flyivo tar 8,11, iwynIord, languarttld 8.7, Adriano lh'itttoi 8,.1, ,Atprhl ghu'ut 1h1iahdtp . I- I.dy ,-l ol i 1,7,1 Wildtrnolst Maid 8,1r , IHiirlIird 7.11, (horgo ,lc 7,1, lic'h 7.3, [t'!tilci l 7.0, 1'ort l totii, MlTrcyl if,10, Iheerformi 8,7, Triat. I ll llll iCtL,--Malrblle boliti 9.2, Wtlerti'gl~e 8., (1ur Mhioe (ibblit t 8.5, lhi'tintiieu 7.12, -,hehll Vile 7.1, l'oirt loi. 1i.1II 7/i, Ilciud 7.5, Miica {uya i(,12 I, Il rit,.ton (;1,7, IFlyin ; Il lliihllti.- l ilver Medil (.3, .Ari i:; II., ldy -ikolnti 8h.13, A tlllla ,?,, Mittleh Moiliintl, \Vldhnileeit M ihl 9.!, iartidil 7.1 1, Watergate 3.8, Itr hu u l'prllll 7.1, l 'l , l.DeVOl iot r 7,0, henul i , yl i?e, 8.13, Into lctlic, i, II, MIt Goyit t.7, laldy lrilock ,eightl Witilid, I ltlowa;y IIti 'tlici .. UIItly Icol~ 9,h,...

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Late Cable News LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

Late aBCe dle s [FROM REUTER.] IA)NI)ON, Friday. Mhir'. ldo iongeiot iil annonlced to lead al antarctic expl)edition and Ii eupported iy al London (onunmit tee, i. (laillaux was flying upside down at a height of 2000 feet yesterday, at an exhibition near the city of Paris ;when his motor suddenIIly stopped tan the machine iogan to fall. The av aintor, however, managed to right the machine at 1600 foot, and landed safely, Wireless communnication under the new 'T'oefunken system hIe been in t.allced betwoeen the United States and Germany, and so far, has prov ,d to be a great success, yesterday the loading newspapers despatched groothiigs to the Ralseor and .MIr, James W, CGerard, United States An-,assador at Berlin, and re pllies wore received within a very short time,. Messages are despatched from tha US. end from a tower 500 feet high, which has been orected on Long lT - land.

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AGRICULTURAL HIGH SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

AGRICULTURAL HIGH SCHOOL The Council of Control of the) Wan garatta Agricultural High School met yesterday afternoon. The chair was occupied by Mr. J. Trotmran, J,P,, and others present were-Mes srs I3 B. Vincent, J, Dunne, T, F. Notcutt, W. R. Dolg, D. N. Chriaten son (Farm Manager), E, Handley (Teacher of Agriculture), and F. Refshauge (Principal and Secretary.) Mossrs A. Pinkerton and T. Gra ham tendered thleir resignations as members of the Council.-Thoy were accepted, IRRIGATION DLOOKS. Mr, Ohristonsen reported having in spected Mrs McDonald and Mr. M, Connell's properties at0Oxley fiats an1 Tarrawingeo to ascortaln if they were suitable for irrigation purposes. Owing to the undulating nature of the former it would be impossible to drain it, and so it must ibe consider od unsultable for the purpose, With reference to Oonneoll's, ihe had, after coefuiol inspection, decided that It too was, for various reasons, unsuitalle, He asggested a postponement of the matter until a better ...

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WANGARATTA DISTRICT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

WANGARATTA I)ISTRIC'I' HOSPITAL. '"The itounlily Ietlintg ('of tcommit Leo wa'I heldt on ''Thurtday niglhi. T'Ihe PrIcitent, Mr. ', I'. ' . Notu.eu lt,, oc, cpi edl thto chlait, 'Lift other++ proet, werlt ?O' --Memi'+ ,I, J, Teague, T. Masoa, ,J, 11, Mantoforti, W. (, t antield, W . J. ilutith, ti. A. 11ome, A. 11. tSnith, CO lt i,',LPON I)ENCtE. 1'1rol, J. \VWalkr, forwatrdinlg cholque for .217 17 collected at Yarrawonga and T'cltford; fouirteen bags of wheat have aialtroln lromisedict, Theseo nart proceed, of collectionl taken up by the Tclford ald District Band,- Ther Chairmtan naidi the donation wa. a hIandsomenc on0.-Mr, Homei saidtit the least they coulit do1 was to move a vote of thanks.to these out lying placs tsuch as Teiford, Tunga mah, Yarctwonga, etc.,. for the valu a'blo help they give the hospital. They are alwaya doing something to help them, -lHe moved that they be ac corded a hearty vote of thanks.--iMr. A. H, Smnith seconded, and the mo tion was carried, From \Y. J...

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GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

GRAIN MARKEIT. Wheqt was steady to-day at Ss 8d Fobruary delivery, and 3s 8bd March delivery. Oats were Inactivo at is 91d primo milling, Is 8bd heavy mill Ing, Mainze dull at 4s, Chaf steoady at £3 2s Gd prime, £2 12t Gd med ium. Potatoes, £4 for Carmons, £3 Ge l'Piikeyes. Onions £7 5s to £7/10.

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

HOME SEJCDRO TS. Did you over hear that 40 per cont of the children of the wholo world have weak kldneys to a greater or loss degree? Mothers know it, and there 1I a mietaken policy of "say lug nothing about it'" tomo motlh ers attribute it to lodhit, It is not habit at all. Why are thoose child ron who have thih "habit" thirsty at Ibedtime? ],et ut; tell you. The kidneoyI, become omnewhat inlibmed ly the tdaily activity of the child, and demand ttonllthing cooling. The re sult is the san00 whether they drink or not. Give tuclh chihlrtn ono Doan's 13ackacho Kidacy Pill twice a (lay, a ?nd tar e itt you do their kidntloey quickly Ibcome , tnl 'C :ltttcthend, and sweet roomsi ad ICbedtt, lnd un disturbed stulie?s at ;clhool, will be the re ttlt. Their weakenet? d kidneyst are nearly alwayu thlie rcdult of lome former icklleCttt, aIlld IaI rtasily ctrcdl as any childlh ailmient. Mrs, I1, Miller, late )f Parlitt Road, W\nLgaratta, iow living in Gippsland, iays:--A chihlt of 1Iin01 suler...

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Late State News WILL OF MR. W. B. McLEOD. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

Late State __ews WILL OF MR, W1, McLEODI), M1ELBOURNE, Friday. By the will o! William Barr Ma Leod, lato of loear Creeook, Eldorado, farmeor, who died on December 5, oas tate valued at £13,095 li boquoeath od to his widow,

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WODONGA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

WODONGA MARKIT. Younghusband, Row and Co. Pty. Ltd. held their usual fortnightly sale of fat and store stock at their Wodonga yards on Tuesday, when they oflered fat and store cattle, Fat Cattle.-Competition throughout was good, and values were firm at full late ratee. Best bullocks £9 to £9 :0s, £10 to £10 14s; others £7 to%£7 10s to £8 to £8 12s 6d; best cows £6 to £6 10s to £7 to £7 7s16d; oth ers £4 to £4 10s to £5 to £5 12s Gd. Vealers.--Best to £4 15s; good £3 to £4. Store Cattle.-Bullocks, 4 years old, good frames, in very forward condition, to £8 13s (refus od); store bullocks, good sorts, in good condition, 3 years old, to £6 19s; store bullocks, 2 years old off, to £4 7s Gd; steers, 2 years old, to £3 13s, steers, 18 months old, to £2 I1s: cows, dry, to £4 Se; cows, with young calves at foot, to £4 12s; snrlngers to £5 12s 6d; heifers, 3 years old, dry, to £4.

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 February 1914

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS MIEULBOURNIE MARKETS, Fat Sheep,-26,600 yarded. There was a full proportion of good arid prime wethers in both xbrede and merinoes, while good fat heavy owes were fully represented, The remain der of the supply consisted chelofly of modoratolyi fat merino wothers and secondary owes. The market was ,Irregular and unsteady throughout, and in many instances prices woere a shado easier. Quotatione:- Prime -bred wethers 18s to 20s; extra do. 21s to,23s 9d; good do. 16s Cd to 17s Id; second do. from 15s; prime xbrcd ewes 15i I1 to 1; td; extra do. 17t; Gd to 20s; goodl do, 130 to 14b d1; second and inferior fro1 10k; primio morino wethers 1'b to lta Gd; dextra do. 18s 9d to 20s: 3tl, with uelectcd p)OeR to 22n 6(; good do, 1lfl to :16; second do, 12; 6(1 to 13b 9d; inferior from 1ls Gd; with merlno ewes 6t to Fat Lanmbs.--20,000 w(ere pol(e(d, comprising 155 trucl1s and 1000 1y load. The le0n0l,0( wa weakltr, cs poelally for he,(t deIcriptionlls priceI showinig a furt...

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