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CRICKET. WANGARATTA A. v. WANGARATTA B. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

CRIOKET. WANGARA'lTA A, v. WANGAIRAT TA B. These teamus met on the Wanga ratta grouuas on laLurday . a\u?via ratta A. won the toes, and sent LnI lie into bat. They' remained at tue wicmets for three hours and scored 11i' tor six wickets before declaring tucir innings closed, Tae A's had only about an hour for 'natting; and at the close of time nad lost six wicKets for 83. Tue game ended in a draw. Scores;- WANGARATTA D. J, Hardesty, b Mbeadway ,... .... 4 A, Itibson, l.b,w., b Mleadway ,,, 21 HI, iuson, l,b.w., b \vaters ....,, 10 0, bhoplherd, o Prentice, b T, M. W ilams ,,.....,,. .. ... ... ... 32 I0. Loswello, b Tippett .... ., .... 34 H. , Wllie, 1,b.w, b Waters ,,, '1 Quinlan, not out ......... ......... 3 iunaricsa .. ,,. . .. ... 5 Total for six wickets ,., Ir1 11owllng.-Meadway 2 for 48, Wat ors 2 for 26, T. M. Williams I for 2, Tippoett I. for 20. WANGAIRATTA A. T. M. Wiliams, ,t, Willis, b , Uoswollo ... ... ... ...... . ... 19 F. Tippett, b Hardosty .......,. II U.1, 3. ...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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GAPSTED NEW SCHOOL. OPENING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

GAPSTED NEW SCHOOL. OPENING OiNREMONY. The opening of the new State School, No. 2240, at Gapsted, took place on Fr'iday, All arrangements were well in hand, aud.the visitors included the Ho-on, A. A. illson, Member for Ovens; Or. V. Dilloy, P'ro sident of the Beechworth Shire; (r. 'P, (. Ferguson;. Or, J. Reho, Oxley Shiro; Mr. Gates, representing the Direootor of Education; Mr. Pooley, Building Inspector; Mr. Ameotage, District Schools Inspector; Mr. lIar veoy, Public Works Department; Head Teachers from neighbouring schools, and,several, members of School Com mittees from the surrounding dis trict, It was the greatest gala day in the history of Gapsted. The lion, A. A, DBllson and party arrived by motor, Mr. Billson, after exchanging greetings with many per sonal friends, was shown over. the buildings-old and new-and then, in a brief speech, declared the school open. Mr. Blllson said he was pleas ed to be at the opening of such an up-to-date school. It was the Edu cation Departmen...

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BUSH FIRES. OUTBREAK AT MOYHU. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

BUSH FIRES. OUTBREAK AT MOYHU, Moyhu had a taste of the bush fire fiend on Sunday, when about 853 acres of grass and a large quan- tity of fencing belonging to Mr. Win. Lewis, J.P., of "New Flower," and Mrs. Bartley were destroyed. Resid- ents who took part in fighting the flames had a trying time in the face of the steadily rolling body of fire, which, although not fanned by wind, defied for several hours all eflorts to stop it. The fire started in Mr. Lewis's paddock, known as "Leak's,", at about- 9.30 a.m. Assistance was quickly on the scene, and when about thirty acres of grass was con- sumed the fighters were congratulat- ing themselves on effecting a stop,   as they had it under control, when a whirlwind sprang up in the centre of the fire and moving rapidly carri- ed the flames-which reached in tube- like form to a height of over thirty feet-into the dry grass, and again started the fire. From this until five o'clock, it defied the efforts of over 100 residents, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

THANKS, MR. and MRS. E. J. WILSON, of Ryley Street; desire to most   heartily thank Mr. James Cowan, junr., for his heroic action in saving their son Robert from drowning in the King River on Sunday; also Mr. Thos. Hall for first aid rendered and for taking the boy home. IN MEMORIAM. FOWLER,-In loving memory of our dear Son and Brother, Norman Fowler, who departed this life on February 17th, 1913.. Ever Remembered. Though his loving voice is silent, And his true heart ceased to beat; How we miss his well known foot steps, And his form we used to greet, Sadly Missed. -Inserted by his loving Father and Mother, Brother and Sister. Wangaratta Chronicle, Published on WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY MORNINGS. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1914.

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COMER—PLEMING. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

COMER-PLEMING. On the 29th January at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs T. H . Plem ing, of Plemnington Park Farm, near Springhurst, a very pretty wedding took place. The halIlpy couple were Mr. EAdward John Comer, of Whit tleesa, and Miss Margaret Elizabeth Pleming, third daughter of Mir. and Mri T. 11. C. Pleming. There were a large inuiber of frietd|s and ac ijiainitanice; of the fanliliee pre'ent, T'hhe Rev. (1. 1I. Dyason, of Rutherglen,   wiai the celebrant, and the bride who w'ao given away by her father', wan lreel;ed in a coat and skirt of grey Ci:;here, decorated with orange blot;omin, and looked very pretty. Mr T'. 1. C. l'leninlg, jntr., acted all benit 111an, at11d M1iilnee lilby and Ai.in l'fe iiing an brideallinidil . At the wedding breakfaet the healihI of Mr. and Air Comler wi\Vi honoured, alno that, of Iheir worthy parents and bridellllaide. The happy couple left by the afternollon train for Melbourne for their honeynliooi amidet ehowere of confetti iantii...

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WEDDINGS. McCURDY—DAWES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

WEDDINGS. McCURDY-DAWES, A pretty wedding took place at Yarrawonga on Tuesday, when Mr. A. F. McCurdy, son of Mr. Anthony McCurdy, of "Erin Vale,"Bundalong   was united to Miss Allie Dawes, eec ond daughter of Mr. and Mrs George Dawes, of Yarrawonga. The cere mony took place at St. Andrew'u Presbyterian ('hurch, the IRev. Iobt,. Robertson, M.A., i.1)., being the olliciating ministert. The bride look ed very Iownet in a beautiful gown of white charrneusie, embroidered with Ipearl and t ?he uuaal wreath and veil. Iler maide were her sister (Mlccs DIwe:) and Mise 'Teany Mc Curdy (i;ster of the bridegroom), Thi former was gowned inll i pretty pink lcharmreurse and wore a hat t.rirrmmed with black crepe do chino anid pin, rocses, Mias McCurdy wore at white crepe de chine with hat of black crepo de chine and pink roses., 'I'lThe bride anid her naidt all carried iha~irdsome u)ower bouqullets, the gifts of the bridegrooml. The bridegroom's gift to the bride wasi a pretty aqua i...

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McCORMICK—McKINTY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

McCORMICK - McKINTY. A very pretty but quiet wedding was celebrated at the Roman Cath-   olic Church, Yackandandah, on New   Year's Day, the contracting parties being Mr. Henry McCormick, and Miss Sarah McKinty, eldest daughter of Mrs. T. Power, of Norong. The   Very Rev. Dean Gatley was the offi- ciating clergyman, and their future home will be at Coolamon, N.S.W. 'The lydhey Uhai Co. made ita poltit of .C82,000 lor the half-yeaur ended 31ut, I)ecteber. Notwwithstaudilng thin the directors are aplpllying for per miiihloin to rttinu the price of galu on uccQC 9t q( Wlgeeo Plardi,

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

LOCAL ANiD QENERAL, ------+--- Hawker's Future Movenents.--Haw ker's Sopwith biplano will be en trained for Sydney on Monday morn ing, and the aviator, accompanied by an assistant mechanic, Harry Kauper, will follow by the express on Tuesday. A programme of ox hibition flights has been arranged at Sydney, Newcastle, Bathurst, and Brisbane, Hawker will give the ilr;t demonstration on his northern tour at the Randwicls racecourse, These engagements will occupy from two to three weeks, and on his return to Victoria,. in addition to flights which he will make in Melbourne, Hawker intends to give exhibitions at BUl larat, Bendigo, Warrnambool, and Hamilton. Hawker and Kauper will leave for England early in May, and will arrive at the *Bopwith factory, at Kingston-on-Thames, in time to Bluild the now machine in which IlHaw ker intends to contest the 1914 "Daily Mail" race round Great Bri tain, the "Dlue Riband" event of the year for seaplanes, just as the Gor don Bennett contest is the re...

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CLOSER SETTLEMENT CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 February 1914

CLOSER SETTLEMENT CON DEMNED, - +------- Although the report of the Cabinet Committee condemns the existing managemcnt of closer settlement It does not pronounce against the pol icy itself. Thle blunders are not by any means the work of the Board alone, nor of the Act or the unsuc cessful settlers alone, but of all three. Parliament can frame an Act to provide for the purchase of es tales and the settlement of people aplon them; but it cannot appoint the ioard and ml ake( it a igoold board notr hake mre that only good land shall i~ purchased; 1 no(1' en(uCre the ijelee 1l(ho1 have (he (I) capital I;t1d the know l'dge a; ld e'xeltriellt'e to make il"11 cerdful set.tler.;. '|'l t. is t he duty of the (Ui v r ntulm nt . T he \clt mr l'uinly ne{ds; mlunadinal. The atent Ishould he increatlh'd on Ianny of the es;tate,; p rclh ?sd ( and t he t itl lt e t hoit(ld he l t hampered by the re;trictihonl of tuse tiol G6J. I'rovioion thonlhl alto hie miade for t? ceiar ru llf itwo or even thrt' ...

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J. BUCKLEY, [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914

J, BUCKLEY, ,, lluckloy reports having sold a uplendid lot of poultry and fruit at ati Hifactory pruiceL last Saturday at the mart, ltoosters 2s 6d to 4s d1 pair; chlickeC liup to Is G6d pair; fowlh to tl; duck toq 4s; turkey poult to u 6dG pair. Fruit-Appleu hi crae, pea ches to 5s, plums to 3; 6d ca?ei. A"ll extra large assortment of furniture anld sUlndries were sold at tati;fIaclory prices.

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. MOYHU MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS, FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. Fllaagan, New\vIImIa lat Co, report having held their usual monthly mar ket at. schdul's yards, Mloyhu, on Thursday leIt, as follows:--Fat, Pigs, ---Not at big a yarding as usual, but quality was well represented, and the haconers sold readily at prices well up to those ruling at last Wan garatta market. Store Pigs,-.- A ,,mialler supply of stores also, and these met a very ready sale at prices equal to Wangaratta rates last 'Pues day, every lot being cleared, Best baconers a/c Mr. D, Ryan made £4; several pens £3 16s to £3 18s; oth ero £3 7s to £3 14s; good forward pigs to 48s; best slips to 30s; others 22s and 23s Gd; young pigs to 18s,. Shcep.-Only a small yarding; good wethers to 15s 9d; fat ewes made same money; lambs to 14s, Fat Cat tie,-We had a good yarding of fats, and there was a full attendance of the trade; competition was good and almost every lot changed hands at prices satisfactory to vendors, Bul locks to £7 16s; b...

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ALLEGED BREACH OF PURE FOODS ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914

ALL1t' I, Jf I) ti')A ll OF P1I'B1 10UOJ)t ACTT. Al, ( I ickic, oo Inispector of the 1 Iolti' of II Cn tth cilgt~tcd A. J tclllllj, of nloyhi ll IJottlkcper, withl iul; attclhedl (ei) n lalal, tult )Co )t(tLtuhloiut e iit e tiji by the Titre All., 11. BttLCw1Lld ( tlUIssttl A, 1)U aUndL AlcnAiuinuy) apl (ared la deftwi anl, wliu pICUIICL guilty. eelpctrI~ci 1)ni that li)1 e mLadeC belIl teI hotel on 5th l~euIWC;tb, 1;13.. lle found t;eveittl l)ottlc)t in the bottle r'oio in whicIh wLI 1Ol111 0((il1de, but the wilt1e "lullonutdO WLLII not utttLchVlo to +tbu buttIeu. lbo tondant'e flllIt and adtlioIli WVcg QI thI lVottli, hut, he. had1 n1glectcd to hacLve it tlrf, or1 otlhelr Irl( titi tt ttt lctt licd uhtliniig hatl it wini lemonade, The li:pectoir i;aid that lie i had viiiteCd the lintel on mtatty oce.,iota for itiany y''ears, alld coul aty that the pIliace wat( t very well kept, t(it liqluorsi ailwOays; (of eti (lient quality, ani Mr1 ,hciul lsivat; an excellenit lub. lican---liiht...

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BILLIARDS. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914

LONDON, Thursday Night. The billiard match of 18,000 up, with ivory balls, between Georgo Gray (Australia) and Palkine~r (Eng land) was continued this afternoon and evening at Glasgow. Tlhe scores at the conclusion of play to-night stood an follaws: VAI.KINNELt (rcc. 5000) *..... 9014 GRAY .. ... ... ... ... ............ 665561 Gray made a break of 274.

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FLOODS IN CALIFORNIA. SAN FRANCISCO, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914

FLOODS IN OALIFORNIA, SAN FRANOISCO, Thursday, A tropical downpour occurred in Southern California yesterday, streets of many towns were converted into racing mill-streams. Eight inches of rain wore recorded in thirty hours. All railway' and street traillc through out the affected area is at a stand still this morning, The city of Santa Barbara has ten feet of water in its streets. Some loss of life is reported and heavy damage has been done to the orange orchards. A party,of tourists in a motor car had a l)erilous experience, They were passhing a reti ning wall when it, collapsed and Ia flood of water live feett dleep wan set free. The car' wan wept oill, but its (ccupllaunts managed to get out ill time and took 'refuge ill treen by lthe roadside. Eventually they were rescued with ropes thrown from a house nearby.

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ST. PATRICK'S SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914

ST. PATRICK'S SPORTS, A meeting of the committee of Wangaratta St, Patrick's Bports was held on Thursday evening, Mr, W. T. Higgins occupied the chair, and others present were Messrs Y, Glassonbury, J. Iitddihough, P', Murphy, T. O'Callaghan, L. Gleeson, and F, J, Hoysted, hon. secretary, The Chairman and Secretary re ported having attended at 13enalla and waited on the committee of St. Patrick's Sports in regard to ar ranging for each town to hold its sports on St. Patrick's day alfor nately. This suggestion was adopt ed by Bonalla, who will hold their sports on the 17th March this year. The action of the delegates was ap proved of on the motion of Messrs Murphy and Gleeson, 'Various matters in connection with the forthcoming sports were discuss ed and arranged. The following offi cials were appointed: Mr. B. A. Kleiner, Marshall for the procession. Messrs T. Hart, T. O'Callaghan, and J, Riddihough, procession committee;. ' Messrs J. Rust, B. DaPvidpon, and W. I. Flan agan judges o...

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BOY SCOUT MOVEMENT. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914

BOY, COUT MOVEMENT. LONDON, Thursday Night, According to a report issued by the Boy Scouts' Association there are now 10,000 scoutmasters and 150,000 scouts in Great Britain. The Overseas force embraces 40,000 scouts During"the past year increased efli clency has been noticeable among the boys everywhere,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914

FLAhACAN, NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES. SATURlDAY, 21st Fi3IUAItlAlY, Sale of 733 acres magnilicent farm lands at Springhurst, account Mr P, O'Brien, TUESDAY, 24th FEIlRUARY. Clearing Sale at Norong, of plant, stock, grape crop, etc., account Mr. W, J, McKinty, SATURDAY, 28th FEBRUARY. Sale of 400 acres freehold land at Springhurst, account Mr. Ben. Cunningham. WEDNESDAY, 4th MARCH. Clearing Sale of Land, Stock, Im. plements, etc., at Milawa, ac count Executors in the estate of late G, H. Brown. THURSDAY, 5th MARCH, Olearing Sale, at rlmlin account Mr, F. O'Donoghue, FRIDAY, 6th MARCH. Wangaratta Special Horse Sale, with Adamson, Strottlo and Co, Pty. Ltd. SATURDAY, '?th MAROCH. Sale of 830 acres freehold land, par ishes Tarrawingee, Carraragar mungeeo and Bungamero, account estate P, Costello. Sale of 170 acres Ovens River free hold land, account Mrs, C. S. Cusack. Sale of 296 acres freehold Land, at Tarrawingeo, account Exors, Jno, Poppard, deceased. Sale of. 170 acres Ove...

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INSPECTION OF EMIGRANTS. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914

INSPECTION OF EMIGRANTS. I LONDON, Thursday Night. The Agents-General of the various Australian States are to confer with Dr, W, P. Norris, chief Common wealth Medical Officer in London, on Thursday next in regard to the medi cal inspection of emigrants,

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CHURCH SERVICES. Wangaratta Methodist Church. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914

CHURCH WHXIHVICES. Wanaarntta CtMothoillat Church. 1Yaiigurat~ta It.~ Ili', I )enlih; lVtItgotatt1o '1.3O.," 1'1. I Lrugglub Idldolrudto .tl.---1\Ir. Du) tl~lttlry. 1"1Vrrtt it a,--Arr, ])Elnlijl!,

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WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC. BERLIN, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914

WHITE SLAVE TRAF'FIO. DERLIN, Thursday Night, A man named Lubelski hal been ar rested at Leuthen, in Prussia, on a charge of having bribed lRusian and Prussian frontier oflicials in whole sale falshion in connection with the White Slave traflic. It is alleged that Lubclski' ,p)roit from his nofar lous trade amounted to £3000 a year,

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