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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 19th FEBRUARY. (Before Mr. J. W. W. Beaven, P.M.) DISPUTED DEBT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914
WA lNUAHlATVR A POLICE COUIII'. TIIl11li-)A\', lth B ll 14IIUAILY. (Ileforl Mr. J, \V, W . lleaveni, I'.M) l)lIl1P'I0l) DEBT CA( N., i). Kane1 v, Mrti J. Tripp, claim for ti31 11s Ud for goodi lohl 0 i ad delivered. iiMr. 'l'lt), (ilralltlll( appeare'd hoi icoi li'. I ola l yt; Mr, 1). J. Connel' l for ldeffl(h'ant. Mr, CGranhall stated that dlefcndant ha;s aenTl dealing wshith complaiant for 12 or 15 yetar)l. There never, had been a full settle.ment, only pay inet beinhg made oni accouinlt. The goolh) were stltllplied tio 1defedant 11 at her requCollt, dl the alcountll i were reudered to her, 'T'hio; ealu wail call. et1 on a week ago, and althogh noe notice of (defene wats givelln, till on hdefodant att'ntendit and s+tating tY lt te dit pwlt( ctl, her iig h a1101d' they( ch atoo djourned tiall Iecae for vi we, . No doutn , b;t. would be her dthln. He now, 1hOt lpl tillnlt nleve( l kmtt i till efendant's hubailnd il thei rd atlIt'. I'otpliuant t htad astked de lendant for a stetlehm...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914
AIIMRN AND Mc?\VINEY, Jiarriet.eir andl ,olicitore. REID RTIREET'L, \YANUAlIATTA. Moneya to Lend on Ileasehold and Froehold, and all other forms of securities at lowest rates of interest, NOTOUTT & PURIBRIOK, Barristers and Solicitors, REID SBTitEET, WANGAIIATTrA. Mr. T. F. Notcutt, a Comiussioner for taking allidavitia; Mr. F. O. l'ur brick, Trust and other Moneys to Lend at Lowest Dates, CIIAS. H. I.JHMMI'JllS, A.11.V.I.A. AIR0IITEOT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta. JASPER HUBlIAND, D.A., L.L.B,, Barrister and Solicitor, REID STREET, WANGARATTA, H. A. MURDOCH, BARRISTER & SOLIOITOR, REID STREET, WANGARATTA. Commissioner for taking Affidavits. Moneys to Loend at lowest rates, THOMAS GRAHAM, 13.L,, BARRISTER & SOLIOITOR. The firm of Graham and BM',doch having boon dissolved, Mr. Graham will continue business in Chambers in Commercial Buildings, Reid Street, Moneys are awaiting investment at surreat rates. DANIEL J. CONNELL, Barrister and Solicitor. MURPHY STREET...
RATE DEFAULTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914
The Shir' of Oxloy obtained ve'r dicta tugainst the following for iatec dl:--J, Pl'tterson, 10 a 9d, with I?e (Gd coeBtl; W\Yi, Forge, ,1. IN, with 01.C tCd coatt; S. Cherry, C32 lie Gd with lo Gd cotti. Mr. T. F. Notcutt (MAlesre Notcut.t and 'aL' brick) a)ppeared for the (tCouncil; and ,I, 1) (1OzeIIH, ate c?oe Co11: ' proved the illdete.dnlle of defclndant,
DELUDED, BAMBOOZLED, DUPED. CAPETOWN, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914
DIELUDED, BAMBOOZLED, DUP)ED,. OAPETOWN, Thursday Night, The Hon. H. Burton (Minister for Railways) employed some strong terms in the course of his contribu tion to the debate on the Indemnity Bill in the Union House of Assembly to-day, Ho declared that the railwaymen had been deluded, hamboozled, and duped by rascals. According to .the secret code of the liailwaymen's Bo cloty, preparations had been made by the men to run the train services themselves and to issue an ultima tum to Lord Gladstone and the Gov ernment,
Late Cable News NEW GOVERNOR-GENERAL. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914
LaL eablt Nears [FROM REUTER.] NEW GOV EI NOIG-(ENIERAL, , LONDON, Thurslay Night. Sir IRonald Ml'unro-Fl'erguson, G(iC., M.G,, Governor-LGeneral designatc of Australia, and Lady Munro-l ergu son, will sail for Australia by the 1I.M.S. Otway, leaving London on April 10th, The R.M.S. Otway is due at Frc mantle on May 12, and at, Melhourno on ,May 18th.
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914
SPORTING NOTES. .--4 ----ý Nomitition6 for theo various cv onts to be run at the Barnawarthl r'aeo on 4th Maroh, will alose with the secretary (Mr, 1~, J. Baxter) on Thursday next, February 26, at 8 pm, The programme provided is a most attractive one, and as there are a great many horses at work through out the district good fields should bo the order at the meeting, The racing track has undergone consider able .improvements during the year, and owners or trainers desirous of making use of the course bdforo the meeting may do so, arLac, Park (Whorouly) tennis play ers visited lEvorton on Baturday. An interesting contest resulted in a win for Everton by eight games. To-day the Rifle Club will resume practice, and a scratch match will be fired. Donis O'Callaghan was fined 40s in the Perth (W.A.) City Court on Thhrsday for having, in a pigeon match, wounded a bird, which fell on the other side of the Swan river with a broken leg. The magistrate said that the pigeon was domesticat ed, a...
THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914
THEI MARKETS. Wheat was frzm in tone, There Ware buyers at 3s 9id alongside for March delivery, Prompt delivery is quoted at 3s'9il?, A sale was made for April to September extended do livery, 2000 bags a month, at s 11id, Oats firm at is 10id milling, food is 9¢d. Ohafl £3 10s special, £3 2s Gd prime, £2 12s 6d good, Maize 3s 11d. Potatoes, Carmens £3 10s, I3rownalls £4 5s, Pinkeyes £3 Ss. Onions, choice, £7, From Monday the price of butter will be raisod oho penny, making the price Is ld per tl. wholesale., AgrlQultural Society.--Members of the Society are reminded that nom inations for the committee, election for which takes place on the 9th March, must be lodged withthe seec retary on or before the 27th inst. Presentatilo,--At a meeting of the Church of England Girls' Guild' at the Parish Hall last night, Mrs F. Sumnor, who is leaving Wangaratta, was presented with a silver specimen vase by the members. The presenta tion was made by the Rev, Canon Cue, Dibontures,-, Messrs Jorda...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914
*}~ ht Iu' hiIIIiiii,* A (nuieI Iui I nial ýI dthy'f it Vheat lcu't; lu-ay tn ller A~aneetty'e '1'houtru '1'u-dayl two o'clock, Auctlonevrl, N', (), Vulloudor, 5¶;auliiii, No I1vcw'Vv 101I1i1 ~lolm Ilc, ea of - 4Xurnntrr ;i S blu, t t ifMNIIt'h ; o la is hlffd tt I1-1NL ' '1hcatre, oi ttccouit of haue LIiiug coolest h411 in Wuiaugaratta, Uoq't k'vrgett 2 o'ctpclk T0"day, 1JX UNINil gui ng;o tu uli~t liU (iGo dt3, fO look out for Iiargaiiw --tAboolutelyx NO ptgycly@` Saturday, Vebruary 21, 1914. OV1?N81 8TIET, WANUAltATTA. PROFE380_ BIEM'S _ig @G Show )[ltI:UT _' Fit)M1 No( T.'il:i , TI'lttJTl'OIlH'Y. .£20 in Prizes for Winning Alountei o( \;everal of oul er het iclker's, lThe l'Profit;:;or oiers thei heat horse in his t:eam to any person who can Irduce C('olt. that, he cannol t catch andl lide in his huckjomnlping yard, ohf (; feet in diamnter, without thle us of rope or haIirnesi of any descripl ;.l'.1;1 h KAI oIl', of Jump IHidiilg iatid Ihl(Ckjulnpiug Iiane, will give a itl qlue ...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914
GENERAL NEWS. 111x, IdtWrencn ('wheln, nf;Nic;I'l lit nC· rotni'y (of Me1144our1n44 '114'r141444 HIa1. (Jouii1ci1, who4( rvpr44C(4 ttIc the Vie t~ori'liiwr 1144((( the recent4 . 1 1114(44( Uzilon I '(411L4444(4t of New ýItiit I \\h71e, 11184 i(414444041 (h it' ((e~n l tied., the i'iy14((y Labour((4 ;idly 4(444(414imp4V l'4.vehll4 hei '+elfrthe 14(4144 tehle 114 iih lihhld in the mor4i4(g fC4r44 Nln4(h44ll 1144(4(4, t1(e l(44ge ((IV huilIlhio; hil ],j4(41 4Ih(44t A. lH. I)4\''('4l, Iii the l 1it (4411l i) 1,ight 14o4(', ill4(4 1(4 (44 enl,,~n~~l;;ian, -r--~
SPRINGHURST RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914
SPRINGHURST RACES. The annual race gathering of the Springhurst luacing Club was held on Wednesday, and proved to be the most successful held for some years. There was a good attendance, the gate returning £16, which is Xd2 mory than last year, while the sale of members' tickets was larger than formcrgy., J Wangaratta, ,Ohiltern and Ruthorglen were well represented and visitors were also present from all the surrounding districts. The day was warm; this being ,a point in favour of the publlcpn's booth con ducted by Mr. R. Draper, of the Victoria Hotel, Bourke Street, Mel-. bourne, who was kept busy during the,whole afternoon; Mrs Geoghegan, also "did well with the soft drinks, ice, cream, fruit and refreshment stalls. Tho. Club received large on trios, and ilthough the scratching pen was freely used still good fields were the order of the day; three starting in the Trial, four each in' the Maiden Plate and Springhurst Handicap, and six each in the Fly ing, Galloway and Farewell Hand...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914
CRICKKET. 1'I11) cricket iiitchiil in uuiiiictioii wvith (ho Kinig Itiver preiiiieurhip wier xciicii I 'ilnioin iiittu ,iy ni lootie gi'oiiiid ut the lattei, and tl ul by 11 m ute it~iui c. 31 1). c iunoi .1, Porter 7, C. An diioin 3, It. Morg4ani 2, W. ;~tai 1, cher I (niot, out), 11. Si-tai 3,iuidrleui 'i; tot iil, 70. IlOWlvliug. Fi~di -Flileoii 5 'tor 25, Alto igalii 5 fol' 21. (!arboui,-- T. Mooney 0, 11,iF ea l inkier 2, ('. lct Ky 0, J. Wardh 23, N, M~C~oiuiiacl 5, C . itch' 3, (), hcCiur i*au 13, H. 55 lii 1.1 (nt. otat), eiiii drieal 1.3; total , 87 1iowlinig.( iiihnoi -I', luehiuc 3 for 13, '1T. Slooiicy 1 lior 15. 6:iýW '.a:..Y4":Je:: Wl»..:.ý::":.: :ýv'.'ri· C -W eý-YTW;F r..-ui*Y G'iC1·Y jal
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914
"'1t, Albal's" Private Hlospital OUSAOK STRIEET, WANGAIA'W'TA. MISS KATIILEEN GIL)ORE Spocial attention is being paid t( the general comfort of patients. 'No More Punctures! We Got It! BENNETT'S PUNCTURE STOP Doflos all Tyre Troubles. WI'I'IH this I.'Punturt Stop in 'T'ubo, Nail, 'l'Thorns.all ''nd aclik ca do no no harm, IFul instruotions in uvery byo. 'lhreu Awards, Price Is id per box, 0LE AGENI FOR TI'II, D1ITRIBT I' R. Manley's Cash Store, Wangaratta Sale! eSa Sale! Great Sale of GENERAL I)DRAPERY In temporary sholp l ?xt COMMEhIkII'Ii. 101TE1L, Murphy Street . . ZMOOD BRbOS. . . Manufactur. ers, Drapors atid Importers, Will soil i largo a5tortonwnt, of D)'cra Illry, lI lusks,l ,, ,ul insa~ ral Fan ] cy ] bllllroilory, (Ic., ;II ,i) lerl' ccntt, Ielo w u, al prl'ic(!e;i Special Bargains To-Day. Don't iVii;s the Chanco Opening in Riundlo's Buildings in February, MITHE"LL[E MESIRE NOW PROCEEDltLi . Genuine Reductions in all 1)epyailnents. Inspect and Compare our priceso No shoddy...
DISTRICT NEWS E D I. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914
i)IS1RfTICT KNEWS ------+ - - ·-- ED I, A fire started in Mr. J, Dwyer's paddock on Wednesday. It burnt fiercely for a time, and .threatened to develop into a serious outbreak, Frortunately, however, a few willing workers were quickly on the .scone, and after a hard fight got it under control, A fair area of grass was burnt, EVERTON. On Sunday, 8th inst,, the harvest thanksgiving service was hold in Bt. HIllda's Church of England, Despite the hot and dry season being pass ed through there was a plentiful supply of fruit, vegetables and flow ers. One feature of the decorations, which were much commented on, was the building 'of a small haystack in the front of the church by. Miss Mag gie Mason. The preacher was Rev. P, 0, Brown, of St, Oolumb's Hall, Waugaratta, The choir rendered suit able hymns. A meeting of the school commit too was held on Saturday night. Pre sent: Messrs E, Rickards (presiding), 0, Wood, J, Lowry, A, Difley, and' V. Dlfley (correspondent.) A letter was road from...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914
['iat lhedep,-.Oa Ttueday the imp ply wall much lighter than anticipat ed, and proved within requlilrcllnientl, 'l'he deulaud wall active, although coilpetition watt limit.ted to a tlder ate attendance of buyert for local coumhlptioi; yet plricel ruled decid edly in adlvance of former ratest. 'o \wardt the close, however, the ill provelnetl, was not generally main tined. Prime xhred wtiithert 19f to 283:; a few tto,23 9d; good do. 178 Gd to 18t 6d; secCond do. l,5? Gd to 17s; prime xbred owe, l164 Gld to 18s; ox tra do, 188 i6d to 20sl d; good do, 1is to 15t i?d; secondl ud inforlor from 10s; prime merino wethers 179 to 19s; oxtra do. to 20s Gd; good do. 15s to 168 G(l; second do, 13s to 14s; inferior from 11s Gd; with morino owes 8s to 17s; old, low conditioned sorts at low figures. Fat Laml(s.-For primoe heavy lambs the export demand was slight ly weaker. east descriptions, suit able for local trade requirements, wore in fairly steady request, while for secondary sorts prices rule...
WIRE NETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914
WIRE NETTING. c- -----+ +--- - We have had several inquiries as to the terms on which wire netting can be obtained from the government to enable the settler to cope with the rabbit pest. The netting can be ob tained in two ways--1, directly from the Government through the Depart ment of Lands; 2, from the Shire Councils through the Public Works Department. The netting is of un usual strength 42 x 17 x 1k, and is £25 2s Gd per mile. A reduction of 50 per cent. is given when the bound ary abuts upon unoccupied Crown lands. 'This concession was obtained by the action of the Country Party (or what remains of it under the Hon. D. MeLeod) during the past session, Prior to that the reduction was only 20 per cent. This rebate is allowed on lands held under section Is7 of the Land Act, but not on Iand held under section 29, It is al h)lwetd lon lanid that i buit upon ia road rnninig btw ee. t the unoccupoied ('town ltla l; iand tihe privatcly owln td hl d i. T e Mlinister han not. yet. dtijd...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914
DEATH. MASON.-On the 19th February, at ''Lyola," Wangaratta, beloved wife of R. J, Mason (late of "Fairfield Park," Hanson South.) Aged 61 years. R.I.P. T'HANKS. MRS M.CALDER and Family de &nbsp; sire to thank the Ladies and &nbsp; Gentlemen who extended such kind ness to .them in their recent sad areavemcnt, and especially thank Dr. W, Boyes for his kind attention to the late Mr. Calder during the past two years; also to Mrs Shepherd for many kindly acts. Wangaratta Chronicle, Published on WEDNESDAY & BATURDAY MORNINGS, SATURDAY, FltBRUARY 21st, 1914.
DEATH OF MRS. R. J. MASON [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914
DEATH OF MRS. R. J. MASON The death took place peacefully at 6 o'clock on Thursday morning of Mrs Ellen Kate Mason, wife of Mr. R. J. Mason of "Lyola", Rowan Street, Wangaratta. As reported in "T'he Chronicle" on Wednesday, Mrs. Mason was stricken with paralysis &nbsp; &nbsp; on Sunday night, and her medical at- tendant, Dr. J. L. Henderson held &nbsp; out no hope of recovery from &nbsp; the first. Dr. Joynt was called in &nbsp; consultation, and the services of a &nbsp; trained nurse were secured. Mrs Mason never regained consciousness &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; after the seizure, which took place at 6.30 p.m. on Sunday, and up to a few minutes before this hour Mrs Mason was, apparently, in her usual good health and spirits. The news of her death will he heard of with extreme regret by her large circle of friends in the Greta, Moyhu, Wangaratta and Benalla districts, where she was highly respected and ...