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FATAL ACCIDENT AT BOORHAMAN. NORTH BOORHAMAN RESIDENT THE VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914
. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; NORTH BOORHAMAN RESIDENT THE VICTIM, All accident that terminated fatal ly occurred at Boorhaman yesterday morning, when Mrs Jane Rebecca Robinson, of North Boorhaman, was thrown out of a gig nuataining in jurles to the he'ail thait resulted in, her death two hours later. &nbsp; Mr's. Robinson aild her ion, Mri, Alfred Rohinson, left their home at North Boorhaman at 19.30 aim. to' drive to Wangaratta, and they had reached a ilsot nearly oplpolite Mr , M. O'Keefe' renide.nce (the recently dellcenled IlontLharamino hotel) when tho hore stumbnlled badly, and Mrs. lRobinson, losing her I)alancC, was thrown out, landing on her head heavily. She tsustained lla aisty wound oi thie right side of the head, anlld wau in a i;inei-concioIus state wh(en picked up by her son.l Mr. O'Keefe, Ml. 1, . Kcat, Mrl Millogl:e, lrs O'i Keefe and Mistl Naughtin, alnd othel'r hIuried to renl (ter' aiiliitu i'ce, Itld Mutt liohiniaon was c...
WEDDING. BAKER—YOURN-BROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914
WEDDING, BAKER--YOURN-BROWN. in Yednesday, 11 th February, at HL. Stephen's Chuch, Rutherglen, the narriage was celebrated of Mr. Francis E. Baker, of Springhurst, to Miss Marion S. Yourn (adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs S. Brown, of High Street, Rutherglen. The bride, who was charmlingly attired in a very pretty bridal costume, was attended by Misses Watson and Bat tin, as bridesmaid,: and the two little Mlise;es Nott as pages, the bridegroom being supported by Mes ars E. uades and J. Nott, who car ried out the duties of groomemen, The 11ev. P. J. Edwards, rector of St. Stepheni's, olliciated. As the bridal party was leaving the church the .\\edding March was played by Mlem hd!wards, On ' layving the church Mr. and Mrs F. F. Baket?werd b;howered witlh confetti and rice, and were congratulated by many friends, lt'he party thein drove to the residen ce of Mr. Brown, where the wedding breakfast was partaken of by sixty guiests, in a large marquee erected in the grounds, The Rev. P. J....
DISTRICT NEWS. BOORHAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 February 1914
DISTIRICT INEWS, BOOil00 AMAN. Yeosterday was very hot, the ther nomneter leg i;tering 10(5 degrees in the siihtlde. The Catholic 51iee on has Ieen ait tendedil by large conigregittionii dur ing the reIk. The Hiermllons of the iRev. l'ather Kellly have been highly inlere;ting and in11trelctive. The mis ,ioli will be con ll(hlded Ii)-llo)lrl.)\v. [OLiIAINAW llA I I. 'The death i lanllnounced of Mrs. Evelino luxton, wife of 11r. /Louis iluxton, furni talr warehoueelan, High ttreet, Northcote. Ieath was due to 0a severe attack of pliiesulonia, D)eceased was a daughter of the late Mr. John Scholes, lrunswick, and was 41 years of age. She leaven a husband and eleven children, the old est 18 years, and the youngest but a few weeks old. She lived at Bob inawarrah for some years, where she was well known, CARBOOR, Mr. Holmes, seonr., is at present a patient -at Mrs Howell's in Wanga ratta, He has been in indiflerent health for some days, and Dr. J. L, Henderson was called out to see him yes...
Late State News THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914
Late State New THE MARKI(TS. MELt3OURNE, Tuesday 'Night. Wheat.-Locally, wheat is steady at yesterday's rates, but the tone of the market is still firm, owing to the moderate extent of' offerings, Prompt delivery is worth 3s 9Od alongside, and 3s 9d ex store with out difficulty. There are buyers for March alongside at' 3s 91d, and .for April-May-Juno at 3s 10d. Private cable advices from England report that the market is pausing, and that white wheats are 3d a quarter down. Liverpool futures show a re action as follow:-March, 7s 41d a cental, a fall of id; May, 7s 4d, a fall of kd; July, 7s 31d, a fall of 1d, Bran and Pollard £5 ton, Flour £8 16s. Oats, milling, Is 10d to is 10id. Maize, 3s 10d to 3s 11d, Chaff, wheiten £3 10s, oaten £3 5s, Pota toes, Carmens £3 to £3 15s, Brow nells £4 to £4 10s; Pinkeyes £3 to £3 5s. Onions, £7 10s.
BOXING IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914
'BOXING IN LONDON, London supporters of boxing had the choice of two interesting con tests to-night, At the National "'porting Club "Pat" O'Keofe, the Irish-American boxer, was matched.against 'Harry" Reeve for the middleweight cham pionship, The contest went the full twenty rounds, at the end of which O'Keoof was given the decision, At the lRing two well-known lightweights inl "Alf" Spencoly and "Jim" Prendy wore opposed for the best of 20 rounds, Pondy won on points,
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914
'PThe ecretary (Mr, E. J. ]3axtor) will receive nominations up to 8 o'clock to-morrow evening for the Ilarnawartha raceC to be held oil 4th March. I3rattlo won the Futurity Btakee on Saturday; Cider oecond, Winner started at I 2 to 1 I 1 agt ;aliUtado won the 13tanley :tloplechle at the amine mee/ing. Gold Irenw vwon0 the Ilawkuburn Handicup. Fifteen thouanid lpectatora watch ed Lord l)enmian, the (overnor-Gen eral, go upl into the air in Mr. Harry IIawker'a biplane, at ltandwick, Syd ney oil iiaturday afternooIn, Sir Gere aid titrickland, Governor of Now tlouth Waleti, wat among those pre sent. Hawker made several flights during the afternoon. In his first ascent he reached a height of 2000 feet, andt gave an exhibition of vol planing. lie wai in the air for eight minutes. It wals in his second flight that Hawk( had the Governor-Gen e1al lit It pilas;enger, lie tagain reach ed a height of 2000 feet, atnd liade i wide circular flight.
FIGHTING ON THE MISSISSIPPI. BLOOD HOUNDS ON THE TRAIL. NEW YORK, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914
FIGHTING ON THE MISSISSIPPI. BLOOD HOUNDS ON THE TRAIL. NEW YORK, Monday Night, News is to hand from Tunica, a township near Memphis, on the Mis sissippi river, of serious fighting be tween negroes and the sheriff's posse, An attempt was made to arrest a hand of thirty nogroes,+wholworo un der the influence of drink and ,wore creating a disturbance. The 'hlacks opened fire on their would-he cap tors, killing a deputy-sheriff, oyv eral volleys were exchanged, and the white men' were forced to boeat a temporary retreat owing to scarcity of ammunition. The negroes then fled, and the sher ill's posse having secured fresh am munition tracked them, killing five at separate intervals. Blood hounds were secured and are following the trail of the remaining fugitives. The white men swear that they will kill every blagk, who participated in the melee,
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS DALGETY & COY. ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914
AUCTIONEERSl' REPORTS DALTUE'1'Y & COY. ALit[JIIY MARKE'. I)algety and C'o. Ltd, held their usual Albury market on Tuesday, They yarded 1200 fat and store sheep, 120 ;it alnd store cattle, and 50 pigs. Dcist Ipen of xbhred wethers 1is Gd to 181 tid; odd exceptiotally heavy, cheep to 20a Gd; good pens of zbred wethert Ifom 1I6; best pens of xbred ewest 160 6d to s18; good ewes from lie Gd; nieditln qutllity from 14e; best pn(l of mnerino wetuers 16s to lAs Id; extra heavy, and carrying good 01(i(j to lel; good pens of merino wethler 18 l 6Cu to 15s 6d; medium and light from 13s; merino ewes, prim tnd, carrying good skins 18s to 13u Jd; others from 13s; with infer lor and old ewes from 10s. Lamb.i--All descriptions met with ttronig conmpetition, best shorn lambs 5l to 100 6d; good pens from 13s; with light and young lambs from lis, Cattle, 'rices obtained were quite equal to late rates, Best pens of lightweight bullocks £9 5s to £9 li5; odd prime to £10 15u; other light weight...
BILLIARDS. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914
BILLIARDS, LONDON, Monday Night. The billiard match between George Gray (Australia) and 0. Falkinor (England) of 18,000 up with Ivory balls was resumed to-day. Gray dur ing this afternoon and evening scor ed 1798 to his opponeot's 691, and if he maintains the present rate of gaining, he will win by about 1000. His beast break to-day was 6552. The scores now stand:- I Falkiner (receives 5000) 11,999 Gray ,; .. ...... ...... 10,600
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914
FLANAGAN. NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY 01F SALES. SATUIlIAY, 28th ?'?~lilUARY. Sale of .100 acrea freehold land at Springhulrst, aceount, Mr',. lDen. Cunninglano. WED)NEil)AY, I4th MARCH, Clearing Sale of Land, Stock, Im plemcnts, etc., at Milawa, ac count Executore in the etstate of late G. H-. Irown. THU RSDAY, 5th MARCH. Olearing Sale at lirhiin account Mr. F, O'Donoghuo. FRIDAY, 6th MARCH. Wangaratta Special Horse' Sale, with Adamson, Strettlo and Co. Pty. Ltd. SATURDAY, 7th MARCH.II Sale of 830 acres freehold land, par ishes Tarrawingeoo, arraragar mungee and Bungamnero, account estate P. Costello. 'Sale of 170 acres Ovens River free hold land, account Mrs. U. S. Ousack, Sale of 296 acres freehold land, at fl'arrawingeo, account Exore. Jno. Poppard, deceased, Sale of 170 acres Ovens River Land, at Killawarra, account Mrs. (, S, Cusack. MONDAY, 9th MARCH. Sale of 1126 acres Dullalo River lands horses, cattle, sheep, etc., ac count A, W. Fletcher, ESq. FLANAGAN, NEWIWMAN &...
MOTOR ROAD TO BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914
MOTOR ROAD TO BRIGHTON, A syndicate has subscribed the nec essary capital to build a straight road from London to Brighton. The idea is that this thoroughfare should be solely devoted to motor traffic with a quadruple track for difloront classes of vehicles. It is expected that the new road will bring Brigh ton within 45. minutes of London.
CHURCH SERVICES. Wangaratta Methodist Church. SUNDAY, MARCH 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914
CHURCH SERVICES, Wanuaratta Mothodlit Chjurch. 1t'N1)AY, MAHRHI 1st. \VnIugLatta 11. -Mi'r, Duggichy. \Vnngaratta 7.30.-Hov. It. A. rpaylor. Il1(1odlI(I)o 11,-Iiov. it. A. Taylor. Eldorndo 7,30,-Mr, ])ugglehy. ( I'I'i'aragaruiu ngc 3,-M-r, Ihiggleby E5verton 3.--Rcv. II. A. Taylor. llooihiniaull 11. Mli'. I .vnae. Iloorallnna 3.--11ir. llvlow.u
HURRICANE IN FRANCE. PARIS, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914
HURRICANIE IN FRANOl, PARIS, Monday Night. A g~vero hurricane worked ,havoc at the aviation headquartors at Lyons to-day, Aeroplane sheds which cost £80,000 to erect, were completely de molishod, and thirteen aeroplanes within them were also destroyed, Much damago was done elsewhere by the same storm. At one village in the Tours district, 100 housoes wore partially dbstroyod.
BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914
BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thi ordinary meeting of the Wan garatta Boroulglh Council was held ,.n Monday night. The Mayor (Cr Q-. Maxwell) presided, and others present wore:-Ors, A. H. Smith, \V :H. Edwards, C, A. Toague, W, J Smith, J. H. Sandford, T. Prentice, The Mayor congratulated Cr, ad Vwards on his recovery from his reo (,']t accident, anid expressed the I leasuro his follbw councillors felt e,t seeing him present to once again Take a part In the transaction of touncil business.-Or. A, ,H Smith tiupported the remarks of the Mayor -Ur, Edwards thanked Councillors for their expressions of sympathy oen(dered him, their message l~ing not. the leasta consoling of the many it received. Ho was pleased to bhe ahlo to resume his seat at the coun all table, CORRESPONDENClE. 11' Gr. F G0, Purbrick wrote .apologis . fg for non-attendance, * lie state? that he had attended a meeting of the Executivo oL the Municipal As sociation and would report later, F'rom Department of Public Works, per Heon, J...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914
AIIIERN AND MceS\VINIY, IBarrilt.oe' antd 8 olicitort, REID S'1rI 'lyI', WYANAA'1'ATTA. Moneys to Iend on I,eanlclhold andt Freehold, and all other fornmn of securities at lowelt rates of intereast. NOTCUTT & I'Ulflii0K(, Barristers and H1olieitors, REID STIEI?lIT, \VAN(AIlATTA, Air. T. I'. Noteutt, a (lonuniltlonor for taking allidavitu; Mr. b , 1 ur. brick, Trust and other Moneys to Lend at Lowest Dateu. CHA It,I, tUIIMMERim, A,,RV.IA. AIIROLHITECT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta, JASPER IIUSBAND, B,A., L.L,B., Barrister and Solicitor. REID STREET, WANGARATTA. H, A, MURDOOH, BARRISTER & BOLIGITOR, REID STREET, WANGARATTA. Commiasioner for taking Affidavits., Moneys to Lend at lowest rates, WIHOMAD GRAIIAM, 1,.L., I3ARIUSTERl & OLICOITOr , The firm of Graham and Mardoch having been dissolved, Mr. isLhamn will continue bueinels in Chambers In Commercial BDuildings, elid ktreot. Moneys are awaiting Investment at current rates. DANIEL J. CONNELL, Barrister and Sol...
PRESENTATION TO MR. AND MRS. BERTHUN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914
PHREE"RNTATION TO ?1fL AND ,MRt. BEIRTIIUN, On Fridaly eveningll rciidents of l'eechelba to the llmbc.her of 100 lmeo in tho liall and Mr., U. l)enlley woo called to the chair. T'I Clian lilan sald that they had met, a3 frielii and neighbours o l Mr. and Mrls. W. llerthilt to expreju l the public cioll;c, on the occa,;ioll of their reimoval to another dietrict, of their good ;:id neighbourly qualities, and to expelni the hope that they would proeller ill tiheir new homni at Wlanlgndary. M ll. and Mlrs Jletthun had alway, given 11 willing helping hand il any public inovement, and in a Inighlwoulrly way also, when their hellp wen required, IHe then announced that the lruceedt. inga would begin with ai dance andtl all particai joined in to the 1imuic of eillF? n O im Iondlln lroll,, Harkcll, Chiltihcrlai fi1nd hilarpe, liCo1,. Mtl?Oitl U. Deiley, iilnollldll (a1lnt U]arkell acted ao Ml.C, About mlid Iligh ia nuis3 tanltial lllpper wal pro videtd by the hldicii of i?iallldwlitChi ?, cak...