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"WHITE WOLVES" REVOLT. PEKING, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

"WHITE) WOLVES" IREVOLT. PEKING, Monday, The Chinese Government is becom ing apprehensive in regard to tho rebellion instigated by the "White Wolf" ahd his follow brigands, who last \veek, ambushed a body of troops and killed 138 of them, An army consisting of .30,000 Government troops is forming a cordon round the rebels, and is attempting to hem them in. It is admitted, officially, that many Army officers are assist ing the rebels, whose numbers are increasing daily.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

F', A. U BISHOP, L,BSc;, VJIIU1!;1t1NAItY 1I3UUFHON AND N9QUJNI DEN'I1'WIT. 4ddronIu :--Molonnau'A Crlitoriol 1I o tel, Waularattiz 6?I V A 9 9 Murphy Stroot, I-_'I - i ? Wangaratta. SALE OF DRAPERY. Up to 7s 6d in the 3£ roducltions, At prices to effect a speedy oloarance, 1. 7s Gd to 3s ldl--Simart Stripe Cambric Blouse and Skirt Costumes, full makes, for house wear. 2. 7s 11d to 4s 11-1-White Muslin Blouse and Skirt Costumes, nicely trimmed embroidery, 83 12s Gd to 8s lid-Ladies' Smart One-Piece Plain Crepe Costumes, in Brown, Blue, etc,, nicely trimmed, not yoke and buttons. 4. 22s 6d to 7s lid-Women's Linen Coat and Skirt Costumes, in Navy, 'Black, etc. (a real bargain), embroidery collars, 5. 14s Gd to 9s lid-White Muslin Costumnes, nicely trimmed embroidery. 6, iGs 11d to 11s Gd-Smart Stripe Pique Costumes, nicely trimmed em broidery., 7. 22s Gd to 17s Gd-Ladies' Smart One-Plece Voile Costumes, White, Brown, etc.,, nicely trimmed, 8. Dent's Long Lisle Gloves, all sizes,.l s 1...

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AGRICULTURAL HIGH SCHOOL. IMPORTANT PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

AGRICULTURIAL IHGIG SCHOOL. IMIPOITANT LItOPO-IAA L LL, At the monthly meeting of the Council of Control of thile Wangarlt tia Agricultural HIlgh hclool, held on Friday, the following reports wero iubnlittedl: PRINC1OlPAL'H ItlEPOiT('. Work,--During the latter part of Decemiber and through Jautiary, ir rigation hloi been carried on alinost continuoudy, The'1'i lengthy spell of dry weather made thbi very necen Icry. 't'hi work occiupied the atten tion of the manauger greatly; but the erli?li have been i;ntinfactory. Inter tillagie of nmize, lnangehl and kale hai bewn completed iwveral times, After irrigating, it iii found eneential to ;tir tih nuoil (f, it rulei together after being; flooded, leano have been thrcuhed. The ialllaloe il of better qlluality tlhai that of last year, fand there will bue hou1 a fair amounllt of fodder provided for pighf flfnd fowls, The quantity garinered will be qulli to that of laiut year. ( 1rollps -.-' l'lh miiaize huasf Imiade fair growth where irrigl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

Arl)ItI.N AND I Mc.SWIN IE, 13irristrn? and iolicitor,. REII) STIlEIET, WANGAIATT'A. Moneys to Lend on 1, ennhohl nild Freehold, and all other forms of securities at lowe'tt ratte of interest. NOTOUTT & 1'lt1ltlOlK, Barrictern antd i olicitors, REID STIlllET, W\ANUAN ATTiA, Mr, T, F. Notcutt, a Comlmuissloner for taking allhlalvits:; Mr. ',. ( I'ur brick. Trust and other Mloltyst to L,11(d ,at Lowest ates., CHAS. It. II. BJMMElI, A,11.V.I.A. AROHITEOT, Faithful Streeot, Wangaratta. JASPER IIUS1DAND, B.A., L.L.B., Uarriater and Solicitor. REID STREET, WANGARATTA, H. A. MURDOOH, BARRISTER & SOLIOITOR, REID STREET, WANGARATTA. Commissioner for taking Affidavit., Moneys to Lend at lowest rates. THOMAS GRAHAM, D.L., BARRISTER & SOLIOITOR. The firm of Graham and .l1wdoch having been dissolved, Mr. Girtam will continue business in Chambers in Commercial Duildings, Reid Street, Moneys are awaiting investment at current rates., DANIEL J, CONNELL, Barrister and Solicit...

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TOBACCO INDUSTRY. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.") [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

TOBACCO 1NDIUTRY, (To the Elditor of "The Chronicle,") Sir,--I have road with interest in the columns of "The Chronicleo" the statistics given by "Australian" and his views regarding the co-operation which is neccssary to help the tob aicc industry of this country to llourish, There is no doubt that un der such line climatic conditions and suitability of soil we can produce a lhe quality of leaf, In view \of the increase of smoking and the growing popullation of Australia, the marked decrease in the tobacco industry is a deplorable state of alltair for the tobacco growers of this land, I heartily agree * with "Austra!lan" that all interested should seoek the best methods and co-operate to bring about some initiative that will put tobacco growers on a firm footing, which they are deserving of, , Under the present conditions the tobacco industry will make little'progress. It is a pity that such is the case, as it should be one of the most flourishing industries of this fair land. Than...

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TEST CRICKET. DURBAN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

TEST ORIOK]T, DURBAN, Monday, In the Test Oricket between Eng land and South Africa, England made 163 first innings, and South Africa 170, and.in the second innings Soutl Africa has lost one wicket for 32.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

CORRESPONDENCE, (Wo are tot reopomllihbo for, the opjanfon oxproaiiid by our Uorrou. pondoittu,)

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LANDING CANNOT BE PREVENTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

LANDING CANNOT BE PREVENT ED, In the House of Commons, ,this ov ening, Mr. Reginald McKenna, the Home Secretary, announced that the Imperial Government had no power to prevent the stillko-leaders, do porte? from South Africa, - from .landing in England. He added that Messrs Waterston (who is an Aus trallan), and Poutema (who is .a naturalised Britisher) could not be prevented from landing on the ground that they were aliens,.

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WOOL AND HIDE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

WOOL AND HIDE SALES. -- +- The Albury Wool and Produce BroKers held their usual molithly sale of butchers and station produce on Friday. A good attendance of buy ers was present, who competed well for all the oflerings, which consisted of 95 bales and 410 sacks of wool, 10,700 skins and pelts, '170 hides, 38 tons tallow, and a small quantity of furred skins. Wool.-Xlbred and merino fleece, in bales, 84d to 10}d per lb.; lambs' wool, well grown, 8d to 9Sd; lambs' wool, short and seedy, 5d to 7Id; fleec wool, in sacks, 7d to 81d; dead wool, in sacks, 41d to 41d. Sheepskins.-Sound full-wool skins 7d to ?7d per Ib,; damaged 6}d to Gad; best xbred pelts, well grown, 5d to 6d; do;, bare 4d to .4d; ditto, damaged 4d to 4jd; , best merino pelts 4Qd to 41d; dittq, short 4d to 4}d; damaged 3d to B3d; lamb skins b5d to Gd. Hides mot a rise of id to Id per lb. on last sale, Sound hides, good dry condition, 8d to 81dd e~ lb.; ditto, wet, 71d to 8d; dai ed hides, Gjd; dry, Gd to.9d; a oedk calf, ...

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KILLAWARRA FLATS. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.") [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

KILLAWARRA FLATS. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.,") Sir,-In a letter signed by Mr Owen Francls in your issue of 6th inst, I notice that he says "Sleeper hewers have never been allowed on these flats by the Lands Department," This is not correct.as I cut sleepers out of these flats from the year 1901 to 1909, the permits being issued by the Crown, There were 15 to 30 oth er men cutting sleepers during the same period, the sleepers being de livered to Wangaratta and Beech worth Junction. The timber on the flats is useless as the sawmills had worked it out before the' sleeper cut ters were allowed in, and the state ments that the timber as an asset is worth £25 to £50 per acre is ridi culous;--Yours, etc., JOSEPH OHAMBERLAIN, Peechelba, 12th Feb,, 1914,

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Late Cable News Late State News MAD MOTORIST. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

Late 6I( igt SeIra [FROM REUTE1 ..] M1A) MIOT(.1 I'T, LONDOND , Monday Night. For several hounl? yesterday a feolling akin to terror wa\\ created among folks abroad in Wiltshire by the' dlangcrous ecctentricitic of a motorist. 1lis car sped in vari. ous directions at a high rate of speeood regardless of the life or limb .of anyone in, its path. There were two men in the moluor car and the passenger threatened people, imet on the road with a revolver and he also defied the police. 'Ilho car dlis appeared for a while and when it suddenly reappeared the piolice inef fectually chased it. They, however, traced its ownerPhip and iuita;\uenlt ,y oflected the arrest of Leeo lond, aged 23, at his residence at Lynd hurst. I-l was placcd in a cell where he was discovered i little later to have cut his throat and lie is now in a critical condition. The chauf feur told the police that Bond fore ed him to drive as ho did under threats of murder,

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OXLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

OXLEY, The Secretary of the Progress As soolatlion recgived word from tan Secretary for Railways that if they could find a suitable person to take chargo of the key for the par cols' room at the Oxloy Station (free of charge) the Department would grant them one, The Association has engaged Mrs Blake to take cart of the key for a small relmunerattalt, which they will pay at end of echli year. 'l'ho School (otiiunilltty held ha Oieet hIg on Monlday eveVing, wheln tic - couiiii (Omlountitig to i1'1 werot pItI edll for Ipaymlent.. A concert, Ianld dtL( e will taite plate eiarly in April, plo ede; to he devoted to the ect;hool uindh. A conferelte of iall ;(ho)l ('oninitteeit throulghott the Oxley lhhirei will he urhl at Aloylhn in April. The cricket' . clublll g jaind it got victory over (llenrowan on I-atut'rday Inist, ilt the local oval. Mr. W. ('. W\ tcler, the newly llPpointcd tt'eache+r, hluii tiled Ihe gaP in thl clui ruthe. led vacant by tIhe lose of Mr. tl. If, Ellit, who wall an...

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DEPORTED STRIKE LEADERS. LONDON, Monday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

DEPORTED STRIKE LEADERS., LONDON, Monday Midnight. The steamer Umgeni, which is con veyiug the deported South :African strike-leaders to England, called in at Las Palmas to-day for provisions. Nobody was allowed to embark or to disembark, but a launch was brought alongside the steamer, and from this'the deported men were in terviewed. They stated that they had intended to insist on being al lowed to land at Las Palmas, but afterwards they came to a decislon not to land in order not to com promise the captain and officers, who had treated them with much linndness, Mr. J. T, Bain (general secretary of the Fedoration of Trades) declin ed to make any statement in regard to the deportation of himself and his colleagues until they had consulted with the English Labour leaders, Mr Bain admitted, however, that the de ,ortation had not come altogether as a surprise,

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MOTOR RACING ACCIDENT. SAN FRANCISCO, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

MOTOR RACING ACOIDENT. SAN FRANOISCO, Monday Night. While racing round a motor trao't at Los Angeles to-day, a well-known, motorist named "Daie" Lewis lost control of his car and the conse quences were disastrous, Lmwis, who had nominated forllthe Vandei( hilt Motor Cup was travelling at a speed of 50 miles an hour when the accident occurred, His car shot ofi the track and (ls'hced into the crowd of soectators, finally over turning. Lewis and his mechanician were pinned undernealh, and while the latter escaped comparatiNeoly lightly, Lewis was seriously injured, A war veteran among thi ,onloo ors was killed and flo other Persons, including three women, were badly hurt

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES. THUltI1)AY, 1l',th ,'1l,?1tilRY:\t. Sale of 587 acres freohold land, 9 miles from llmabo, N.S.W., ac count estate S. Charlton, deceans od, auntion, CColljullCt.0I1 Soutlh well Bros., Junelo. FRIDAY, 20th FEI131UAltY. Great special Sale of Store Cattle, at Myrtloeford, the first of the Autumn Sales this year. SATURDAY, 21st FEBRUARY. Sale of 733 acres magnificent farm lands at Springhurst, account Mr P. O'Brlen. TUESDAY, 24th FEBRUARY, Clearing Sale at Norong, of plant, stock, grape crop, etc., account Mr. W. J. MeKinty. SATURDAY, 28th FEBRUARY. Sale of '400 acres freehold land at Springhurst, account Mr. Don. Cunningham, WEDNESDAY, 4th MARCH, Olearing Sale of Land, Stock, Im plements, etc.,. at Milawa, ac count Executors in the estate of late G. H, Brown. THURSDAY, 5th MAROH. Cloaring Sale at Brimin '.account Mr. F. O'Donoghuoe. FRIDAY, 6th MARCH. Wangaratta Special Horse Sale, with Adamson, Strottle and Co. Pty. Ltd. SATURDAY, 7th MAR...

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EXCLUSION OF HINDUS. WASHINGTON, Feb. 13th. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

EXOLUBION OF HINDUB. WASHINGTON, Feb. 13th. "If our exclusion is persisted in by tho \Western nations, tho tihoercost re volution the world has ever nowln Is lilkely to he plreclpitated," declares LDr. Sudllhillndra Lose, University pro ICe?i)l' of titlcettta, now visiting the United Statite. Ile cuoitendl; that Hindus, as Ary ana, are entitled to the samo i privi lege?i accorded other Aryans, and that, if iheir exclhsion is necessary, the Iiiitcd Sltateti ought to imahe "a ilec!illlnitii ag reeliclt ' \wlith the Jlltliatll (GoVerllntllL thus lttvoiding the iltli;aillg of Ia ulipaecial law whicll wouldl he) huIliltlittlg to Hindus. tihuockilng Alcaledi.i--Alice Mlorris, aged II ycarir, daughtier of Mr. G. 11. Molrie, of North FitZroy, was killed while ret riiii iron ) a tlicii at lrlighti on I htiofih on Haiiiutl'diiy night. Au the traiti watI in lllliotoll he lol l r iili tit throulgh the openl window, At ithait Iiometlt Ii tiaift bounllld lfor rl'ighito, dahlefi d tast. Oine if ti...

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WATTS, TURNBULL & CO. WANGARATTA PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

WATT'"i, TUlRNBIJLI ( U0 WAN(.?ltA,,'V 1'A l'1(l MA lili'T. Watts, Turnbull mul Co. report laving helh their utsual fortnightly pi;g and daily cattle malcrkut on Tues* day lamt., when they had a good yarding of all clacsis of pigs, and soveral head of dairy cattle. The at tendance of buyers watt good, aild all lots changed handa, although prices were hardly as good as pre. vioue sales. Best baconers a/c Mr. A, lcT)onaald £.1 4?j; a/c Mr, J. liul lied £1; a/c Juo. Markl J3 19s; a/c Mr. P. howley ,23 13s; a/c Mir. I). Ilowdern :3 6(;; porkertc £,2 "5 to £2 15e; clip; 22a to 32,;; ?ucliera 17lie d t(o 23?; heifers. (very goodl) £4 17:; Gd to £J6; anidlries at t rrent rates.

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DOIG & VALLENDER WANGARATTA PIG MARKET. Tuesday, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

DOIG & VALLENDER WANGARATTA PIG MARKET. Tuesday, February 17. Doig and Vallender report : To-day's market was supplied with •110 head, comprising some good pens of prime baconers. The trade n as well represented, ispirited bidding ex itsting until the fliish, in fact the last being considerably the best top prices anud obtained by us. Stores also made a good sale, but perhaps at a shade under last week's rates. We sold--UlconIers a/c M. Hahno 12 at £2 12s Gd; a/c It. Roberts 2 at 51l; 3 J. A. Vincent 54s; 5 F. Snart £.4 iT Gd; 5 do. £1 9s; 1. do, £4 7s; t J. Jones £4 11s; 3 W, Nichols £3 los (d; 2 J. Jones £3 17s; 1 Joe McInnes £4 1s; 5 J. Jones £4 is; G W. Phibbs to £2 15s; 1 J. Colvin £2 13s; 1 F. McGuire £2 8s; 2 J. Colvin £3 15s; 3 R. Wighton to £3 5s; 3 R. O'Keefle £2 10s; 7 Mrs Mc. I)onald to £3 7s; 1 0. Taylor £3 7s; 5 M. Hahne £2 14s; 6 P. Sey mour £3 9s 6d; 3 Fred Doig £2 1ls Gd. Stores.-i H. Way £2; 16 T. Moroney £1 16s; 8 J. Jones £1 160; 8 C, Taylor £1 8s; 4 T. M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

Sale! al le! Great Sale of GENEIRAL DkrAPERY In temporary shop next COMMEIIIIL IOTEL0 , Murphiy Street . . ZMOOD BROS. . . Manufacttur,~v , Dr~a ior aad tl iporters, Will sell a large a?iortimeit ot D)ralpMry, Bllou.se, Silks, Musli)i anld Fancy EmhrIi)ri1(tlory, etc., at 50 per coent, blow usual prices, Special Baraidnut..' hDay. y Doi't iMiV the Ohance p01m, i b?l'u -~i~iBuildings in Febnuru'y. Kai plS^Q c~ dwivion N.s.w. FORMEIltIY PARlT 01F TlM IllNOWNED "EI'ITHIONG" ESTATE. AS SUI EPI COOTAtlUNDI)Tuh-W ALLEjNDJlE'N I)ITHIICT. For Auction Bale at Wallondbeen. WEDNESDAV, 25th FEBRUARY. 2,755 ACRES, FREEIIOID, in 6 ]locks, 265 acrci upwtlrds, in cluding Homestead Block 879 acrO.i, Rituated 8 miles from YEO YEO Railway Siding, 11 milen froim Wallendleen Railway, and Town on AIAJUIiY-Y1)DNEY IAILWAY LINiE The whole is 11111 GIlADlI WHEAT Land, comiiminefd with ideal FAT LAMB RAISING COUNTRY, very heavy carrying. leautiful loamy soil with wonderfully retentive sub-soil. LAlR UI AllEA...

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ELDORADO GOLD FIELDS. A PROMISING FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

The faimoun Eldol'adlo field will sloon agai?n lhe a ;eerne of great act ivity. At the (Jock';; Pioneer (;old and Tin Mines; all work i; being Ipush ed ahead to be in readines:l for the erection of the steaml driven electri cal plants, which are expected to ar rive on the field from Eangland about theI Ind of March, o0j early during April next. Particulars of the 1)plan1t appleared ill tie "Age" on the 1ot, inst. The Slout hernl ('ock'i Pioneer Gold and Tin Miner adjoining the above nined companllllly, in to be worked, ,1and til: filotation it, in the hand(l of Mr. A. E. Iangford, Colline sitreet, Mel )olrnle, ((overlnlllll t b)oresl alrealdy Iput downi have Iroved the contiuma tioll of the Cock's Pioneer lead, and good plrospects of gold and tin havo been obtainedl. It isa understood sev eral other companiiesc will lie floated ill Melhourne at ani early date. Already well over l1,000,000 sterl ing io gold and tin haI been won at Eldoradlo; and with the new "inter elt3" in the lield...

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