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FIRES AROUND BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914

FIRMS AROUND I1ECIIWORTH. Beechworth district has been visit ed by several fires during the weeK. One fire was burning fiercely in the vicinity of Mount Sugarloal, and another started at Black Springs on Monday. It threatened the residence of Mr. W. H. Phillips, and the State School. Messrs Bennett, Phillips, Atkinson, and Martin lost a great leal of grass, and it is feared the latter has lost a number of sheep. This fire headed towards Sheep Sta tion Creek, and fully 150 men were out fighting it, It was stopped be fore midnight on Monday, Bush fires have been burning in the hills around snurqle o'lac, Wour agee pna Woolsued auring tue past ioraiutht. 'nue valualie crusning and cyanwiung plant known as the home waId tulliu , costlllg several thous and pounus, and the timuer in . tu snaiL were destroyed. On Friday tooe fire made such headway at the Wool shed, that fears were entertained that houses along the creod would be ae mollsicu. A large number of volun tees from Beechworth wen...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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OUTBREAK AT WHOROULY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914

OUTBRIAK AT WHOROULY. Another bush fire occurred at Whor ouly on Sunday; it, started on the Oarboor side of the Whorouly Hill, and burning over the hill ran down on the Whorouly side, It burnt fiercely from 10 o'clock on Sunday morning until Monday morning, The dense clouds of smoeo rising brought residents from the surrounding dis tricts, and a, strong and stubborn resistance was offered to the fire's advance, The plre spread with great rapidity through a property of Mr. Brown's, where it devoured 600 acres of grass, and then extended to Mes srs Connell Bros., where it l.irnt up 200 acres of grass. It rushed on to Mr. McOurran's paddock, and it was feared that it might reach the dwell ing house, but its progress in that direction was stopped. Part of Mes srs Connell's Hurdle Creek property was traversed by the flames, 250 acres of grass being consumed. Pro perties of' Mr, P. Roche, Mr, W. Comerford, Mr, M, Kay and others were also damaged, in all about 1500 acres of grass being des...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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LADIES' BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914

LADIES' BATHS. .~--4-- The ladies' baths were made avail able for use on Monday, and about sixty ladies took advantage bf the opportunity to have a nip, They were highly pleased with the com pleteness and convenience of the bathing hole, through which a good stream of clean fresh water is con stantly fldwing, The baths will be extensively, patronised. Borough Councillors, members of the Progress Association and Morriwa Gardens' Committee express satisfaction at the way the work has beoii carried out, and at the completion of such a desirable need. At the meeting of the Borough Council hold on Monday night, the En ineer, Mr, W, H. Scott, 0,t,, stated that the ladies' bathing hole was. almost finished and was now being, used by the ladies, He sug gested that the woodwork of the bathing shell be coated with'oil of tar at a cost of. £4, so as to pre serve it. The roof might also be done in pyrites at a cost of £3. Or. lEdwards thought a good coat ing of white load woul be more serviceab...

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DISTRICT NEWS. BOWMANS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914

DISTRICT NEWS, BOWMANS. Cr. . I. lceardnIl)ro, of Wodonga, who is an expert in the use of the divining rodl, has bIeen over the dis trict at the request of a few pro party owners, and has succeeded in locating several good wells. The water supply .is 'very low, and many windmills are being erected, Messrs Withorow, Neary and Newton now being engaged in putting mills on their. properties, Mr, Beardmore found three good supplies during one afternoon, BRIGHT A serious outbreok of diphtheria has occurred at Lower Buckland, near Bright, and eoveral families have been attacked, Up to the pre .cent three deaths have occurred, and many of the residents have left the district with their children until the epidemic subsides. The State school has been closed indofinitely, EVERTON. On Sunday afternoonn another fire occurred at "Brooktield," Everton, and fanned by a freshing brooze spiread rapidly and was not subdued for several hours. GLENROWAN. I l li The Rev, O; P. Brown, M.A., of St. Oolumb'...

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LIVE STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914

LIVIE STOOK BALEm. tIhe market for asoop and lambs noon, it was decided to call a com potition prices hardened from sl to Is Gd a head advance on late rates,

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914

'THI WEATHER. Forecast for the next 24 hours' Victorlhu:--Fno and cool generally, cloudy on the couth of the ranges and near the coast some light show ors; southerly winds,

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SEASONAL FORECASTS FOR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914

SEASONAL FORECASTS FOR 1914. The followiog forecast by Mr, J. Harcourt Giddons, M.lI.S.A., resi dent of Southern Rliverina, will be of interest' In Now South Wales, Victoria, Bouth Australia, and Tasmania, the. year opens fine and hot; but the middle of January will experience a monsoonal depresslon accompanied by oppressivo sultriness and thunder storms, after which it will be com paratively cool for a few days. Warming up again, it will be fine and warm until the middle of Feb ruary, when' there will be ivnd and a few "inowers, Fine weather will prevail during the latter part of ie'obrual'y. March opens sultry, but about the end of the first week of the month a 'monsoonal depression will bring showers, and wet weather will prevail, for the next five weeks up to the middle of April, Stormy .rain, haIl, snow and floods will occui at the end of March and bo ganning of Aprit. From the middle of April to the middle of June the rains will be light, The middle of Juno and the early part ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914

ORIIOKET. 'The match MMO., v. Ruthorglon 15 was continuodl to-day, Ruthorglen made 273, Sullivan contributing 8S, Clifford 24, O'Neill 24, Hiskens 24, Kerr 17, Pearce (not out) 2, extras 46. Second innings 3, for 50, M,OO, made 216,

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J. BUCKLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914

J, BUCKLEY, J, lBucklgy, the Mart, reports hav ing sold over 350 pairs of miixed poultry, mostly young birds, at atl. lsfactory pricos, Young turkey gohb blors to Gs each; young turkey hIem( to 5s; heavy ducks to ,is Gd pair; roosters, fair weight., to 4s 6d pair; chickens to 2 3Sd pair; also i(iquantity of r;unldrien uid furniture at linti sfrl tory prices; also buggy and bicycle. 'l'he l Moyhu Itacing Clob hehl a mcetlllg oi Saturday night. It, wats decidled to adljourn it for two wclekO lo order to obtain a fuller meeting,

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. MYRTLEFORD SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS . ..--------- --. . . ....-- fLANAGAN, NEWMAN & 00, MY 'PTI4SIFORD SAIL) . Flanagan, Newman and Co. report having hold their first special sale of tho autumn at their Myrtleford yards on Thursday last, 20th Inst, when they yarded close on 500 head of all classes of store cattle, There were odd good lines of bullocks penned, and also store cows and heifers and young cattle, The dry spell ipirough which we are passing had its effect on sales, and in some cases a-decline was noticeable, but good steers sold well throughout the sale' there being most buyers for this class. Taking everything into consideration the re sult can be consldered most satisfac tory. Bullocks to £6 9s and £6 10s; others in lines £5 to £5 16s;1 young er to £4 10s; good lines of steers £3 8s Gd tot £4 2s 6d;l others from £3 8s; poddies 22s to 29s Gd; cows and calves £4 10s; bulls £5 os. ILoABlm i OF PROPERTY. Flanagan, Newman and Co, report having leased account Mrs S. Adams, her prope...

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WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914

WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT. While the Victorian Act just passed by the Watt Governrment is compul sory it is also very drastic and un fair in its bearing upon small far mers or producers of any kind who are in the struggling stage of set tlement, It includes all, great and small, employers. In New South Wales, where a Labour Government rules, .the rural industries are to a great extent protected by a section of the Act which recognises the dis ability of the producer that he can not pass on the charge to the con sumer because he has to compete in the world's,market, In New South Wales if a man employs four men or less he is exempt, This Act also places our Victorian producers at a distinct disadvantage with New South Wales, where insurance is not compulsory. In Victoria severy rab bit trapper or wood carter who em ploys a man is liable to the tune of £1 per cent. premium annually, The premium for. chaff-cutting is £2 10s per cent. per annum: butchers, £1 Ss;, drovers, £2 10s for cat...

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SIR S. SAMUEL'S FINE. APPEAL AGAINST JUDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914

i11{ 8. t8A\IllllII,'Ml 1INE, APPEAL AGAINST JUDGMENT. Hir Htuarl, M Imuel. 1l.1'., \rill na - peal against the judgliient whereby William Bird, a common informer, was awardtd .Ct3,000 and costs against Sir Stuart. UIndlor tl. statto of the year 1801, Mr. Justice Hlow latt awarded Bird 1-500 for each of 26 votes recorded in the I-louse of ('oninons by Sir Stuart after the firm, in which he is a partner, had entered into contract with the India Office for the supply of silver.

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DISTRICT NEWS BOORHAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914

DISTRICT' NEWS BOORHAMAN, Mr. Arthur Robinson, who was driving his it mother into Wangaratta on Friday last, when the horse stumbled and Mrs Robin   son\was thrown out of the gig sust-   t.ainiig injuries that, cIamed her death a oCuple of holiur latcr, had ita othi r Idartl h g experience ol tllin day while proceeding to the Method ist (church at, North Boorahaman,   his two tister; (Mii;a? ipthy and Vio let Robinson) and it niece, were dri'v ing in the muose gig bi ut had a diller eat hornie, in the elthaolt, utad atter going it few In le t the ho?r;e ?it bledi n11d fell, and both shaft; lmapped all. The fourl occntlpll were thrlown tult, but fortunately they esc;aped injury. They ttlll'rcid dtutage to their cloth ing,:lbut were thantful it cac0pinli lo lightly. The gig could not be aced and was left on the road eide. The funeral of the late Mrs A. Robin- son took place on Saturday, when the remains were interred in the Boorhaman cemetery. Th...

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DODD—GALE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914

DODD-GALE. The marriage of Mr. Thomas R. Dodd, second, son of Mrs L.' Dodd, of Rowan Street, and Miss Kathleen R. Gale, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs Walter Gale, of Ovens Street, Wangsanatta, -Avas quietly celebrated by the Very . Rev. Father. Byrne, P.P., at St,. 'Patrick's Ohurch on Monday morning at 7 o'clock,.' Only immediate relatives and friends were present, The bride was given away by her father. She wore a tailor made coat and skirt of mole colour ed cloth, and powdered blue and brown hat, lace trimmings and mount. She carried an ivory backed prayer book, the gift of the bride groom. Her bridesmaids were Mis ses Nellie Dodd and Dora Gale, and they each wore dresses of white voile prettily trimmed, and hats to match, Mr, i George Dodd acted as best man. After the ceremony the party motor ed to Mr, D, Kane's rooms, where the wedding breakfast was served, the Rev, Father Byrne presiding. The health of the bride and bride groom was proposed and honoured, and other customary t...

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McPARTLAND—PRENDERGAST. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914

MoPARTLAND-PRENDERGAST. Residents of Greta, Moyhu, and Boxwood, were interested in a pretty wedding that was celebrated at St. PatrcK s Church, Wangarat ta, at one o'clock yesterday, wuen Mr. Andrew McPartland, eldest son of Mr, John McPartland, of Box wood, was married to Miss .Anas, tasia, fourth daughter of Mr. ,Iohn Prendergast, .of "Greenvale,"HIan   sonville. The ceremony.was perform ed by the Very Rev, Father Byrne, P,P., in the presence of a large gatnering of relatives and friends. The bride, given away by her father, was becomingly attired in Japanese cream silk, prettily trimmed with Honiton lace, the court- train being finished with broche, and her dainty veil surmounted by a wreath of orange blossom (lent by Mrs. T. Farrell). She carried a pretty bou quet of white dahlias, chrysanthe mumns, geraniums and asparagus fern. Miss Bridget Prendergast act ed as bridesmaid, and wore a dress of white silk crepe, trimmed with Honiton lace, and a black tagel hat, trim...

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WEDDINGS. RUNDLE—WILLCOX. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914

WEDDINGS. RUNDLE--WILLCOX,     A pretty wedding was quietly cele. brated yesterday morning at. Holy Trinity Cathedral, Wangaratta, when Mr, Arthur B. Rundle, noni of the late Mr. Charles and Mr Rundle, was married to Mis; Rose Winifred Willcox, eldest daughter of the late Archdeacon and Mrs Willcox, of Wangaratta. The ceremony, which was performed by llishop Arminstr)ong, assisted by Canon (Cue, was witnel:; ed by a number of frienl:;. The bride looked pretty in her robe of ivory whlite .crepe do chine, mounted oni white silk, the skirt beiug gracefully draped and the bodice daintly trim med with duchcsse point, Ilhr wreath and veil were lent by M1r T, :, Armstrong. She wore a beautiful uquamarino necklet (gift of the bridegroom), and carried a bouquet ,f white roses and chrysanthenmumn, and maidenhair fern in a holder of fine lace, Her principal (trideemaid was her sister, Miss l)orothy Willcox, who was gowned in, white embroider ed voile, with apricot hat...

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YARRAWONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 February 1914

YARRAWONGA. On Sunday evening Miss Annie Law lor, of Burramine South, was marri ed at the Roman Catholle Church, Yarrawonga, to Mr. Jas. M. . Duff, of Yarrawonga. The newly-married couple -departed on their honeymoon 'tour by Monday morning's train, Yesterday morning Mr. King, of Rutherglen, was married at the Yar rawonga Roman Catholic Church, to Miss Quinn, daughter of Mr. Jas. Quinn, of Burramine South. The Very, Rev, Father Madden, PP., was the offloiaLing clergyman. In his estimate for the Septlilember pluarter, the Government SLatistitlciiian (Mr. Trivett) gives the populatlio of Stae tat aso 1,823,421, showinllg gain' for the qluater of over 114,10, of which 8300 Is due to the excec:sX of births over deaths, and 5'00 to the xcecss of arrivals over dlepart'ures.

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EVANS & MACONOCHIE WANGARATTA MARKET. Thursday, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

.VWAN13 & 1& A00N00OC11fl1 \VANGAIlATT'A MAIIK 71', Tllhursday, February 26, ] Ev ?s anid AMaconochie report hav lig held their uisual fortnightly mar kel at the yalrd, Waagaratta, oin 'hratiaday, as followu:-- Fat, Shepc.-?We had a good yard il?g, am3onlg which were a tew o1011 of good qualilty ewee aand wethere, and prices ruled above last marliet. 'i he i31lk codliitdc?l of inledi(unl aand mixed orts. lleUlt wethlcr a/C Mr. T. hlart to 20u; a/Ce J. G. Gtardner 171; to tll; Cd; a/c. J. IIogan 15e lo1 to 16i 7d ; ewes; a/c '1. Hlart to Ic6 5(1; a/c A. J. Iunkley to 14le 6d; lamnb( a/c J. Hogan to 1i 10d; a/c T1, Hart 1.11 Gd; ie/C W. Curtie to 1131 6d; a/c J. 1', Melgher 1.111 ci, Store liheep.--- Motltly weders up lto 13h; lixsed we i3 a3d1 wether1 to 113., F3it C(attle.--Wc had it good yard ing, 3nll Iprices quite equal to our last market. liect bullock( sold31 a/e M11 M. Reid and 1 on3, Iby the pel, 1£8 19e ,o £9 1013, purchased by Mr. 1IcElvey; primc lightweight...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. SALE AT NORONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS ~'IANAG(AN, NE?WMIVAN & UO. tIALE AT NOI1ON'. Flanagain, Newman and Co. report having helt ai highly tlcc;cftul ualc of farml itoclk, draught holeca, and eflectu at Norong latit 'Tuesday, an/ Mr. \Y. Mlecinty; there wits a good attendatnce ait the ncto, and hiddings were hritk, lDraught fillice made to £26; geldilng; to £26; liharvcttr £,17 10, aind other failri implleme nta at ulcetioit rates. MYR'T'LEFORID MAIRK6lET'. Flanagntl, Newman and Co. report laving held their unual market at MIyrtleford ltlt WVednccday, aili fol lowi;: liglH. -tlltall yarding of utolren, forward to 32:1 6d; idilpm 20% 61d. Fat lheep,--lFair ti pply of hlieepl, odd penci of quality only, majority fair trade tstuid. Wetherti ls 6d; mixed ewen and wetherin 13t 0d; lammb to 13a 9'd; etMore lambu in a line 12ii 3d. C'attle.-- here wat at good pcnninag of fat cattle; about ulnal proportion prime and weighty, which met a reatdy aIle at Iprices in aldvance of tlhone of lait market. Th...

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THE FROZEN SOUTH. RETURN OF DR. MAWSON. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

TIIE FROZEN SOUTH. ItETU''lilN OF 1)lt, MAWSON. A tllA'I, II)I,, Thuriday, lie,. Alatiwon ard his party of ex plorirn and eclentiete arrived in the Aurllo( tra t Heplllllhore shortly before 1I p),i, to-day, having meIad a very slow tri ip u the gulf. Dr. ?imwilt. Caine itshore and jumpiled into i waiting motor car and drove ol,. f)r. hlawnon and all the lmen lare ill excellet health anllld coil dlition, Mli?n l)elprat, the fiancee of )r. Ilaw(eo, iii itn Adelaide. DIuring I)'. Mawv;on'a, ablcece Whe hua been ill l,'urope and ytldney, HTAT'i'MlNT IlY 1)11. MAWSON. iiterviewcd at the liouth Attaitra lian Hotel to-night, lr. Mlawlon i aid lie would lie delighted to give any iniformation lie c(uld without inter fering with other arrangeiments he had made. lte menltionedl that, alter leaving the bItten, the ihipl made an exthended cruie to the went, pitihling into the paclk wherever lpossible, in thie hlope o(if diiscoveiring new lunii, and all the time taking comnldingli and doing deep ...

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