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HEAVYWEIGHT BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914

HI~AVYWEIGHI' BOXING. Tho attempt to arrango a match botwoeen tho E hglish hoavyweights, "Bombardier" Woells and "Bandsman' Blake, who recently defeated the "Dlxio Kid" has faileod. Mr. Burgo, a leading promotor, is offeorlng a £2000 purse for a match between Blako and Georges qarpon tior, tho French champioii. It is undefrstood that Carpontelor is willing to meeoot Blako.,

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BUTTER EXPORT TRADE. A CRITICAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914

BU'TTER EXPORT TRADE,. A (I¶TIrIA IdIEPORT'l'. As a result of lila observations ,and investigations whilst in England and Ireland, Mr. H, W, Osborneo, man agor of tlhe Western District Co-op erative Distrlbutlng CJo., who re turned to Melbourne last week, has prepared an exhaustive and keenly critical report, to which he had ap pended a series of recommendations. In the former he lays bare the causes of the backward drift of Australian butter on the London market, and in the latter he embodies hls ideas as to the means whereby the product may be restored to favour with the consumers in the United Kingdom, THE MAARGARINE MEINAOE. The damage to Australian brands on the London market ,by the com petition of margarine is fully ad mitted by Mr, Osborne, who urges that the use of colouring substances in the substitute should he prohibit ed by law in the Klingdom. That coloured margarie is a seri ous rival to butter must be appar ent to overyo e, It has taken the place of secondary and inf...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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QUEENSLAND BOXER. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914

QUEENSLAND BOXER. Albort Scanlan, the Queeneland boxer, had another match in London to-night. He met "Oorporal"' An aderson in a -ton rounds contesei aRt Tho Ring. Tho fight was declared a draw.

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOXING. OFFER MADE TO JOHNSON. SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914

UOXING. OFFER MADE TO JOHNSON, BAN FRANOISCO. A syndicate of' boxing promoters at San Francisco has cabled to Jack Johnson, offering the champion a purse to meet "Gunboat" Smith, the American heavyweight, It is proposoed that the match should take place at Tia Juana, on the Mexican border, on July 4,

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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CONTROVERSY SUBSIDING. LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914

CONTROVERHY SUBSIDING. LONDON. Controversy in Anglican ciroloes regarding the Kikuyu incident is subsiding. The Bishop of Uganda, spoeaking at the Evangeolical Oonference, stated that outeside Uganda there was an ,nor?nolls heathen population which was in the balance, rind would olther bhe included in Mohammndanlsm or Ohrlstlanity, At present the popula. tion was tending towards Christian ity. The predominating need was that Chriatlans of all donominatlons should supply the motive power of prayer that those engaged in work abroad be made ollectivo for their work.

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914

Tomr" leece rg~auned sone of his lead to-day In the match of 18,000 up against Ueorge Gray. Tho best Ibroak in the two nessiona w\an 406 by leooc, Tho ecoren now stand: lIRECJE (receives 2000) 7334 GRAY ....,,..,....'..... 4986

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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CURE OF CANCER. SUCCESS OF RADIUM TREATMENT. LONDON, 8th January. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914

OURB OF CANOGR. SUCOss OF RADIUM TREArl MEiNT. LONDON, 8th January, An important deolaration on the subject of the treatment of cancer Is made by Dr, Barlow, of the Oancer Oharity of the Middlesex Hospital, which deals with inoperable cases of cancer, Dr. Barlow ailnounces tohe succoss of the radium treatment in the cure of cancer, In September last It was announc ed that Dr. Barlow'roeports that 24 cases of cancer which were beyond surgical aid were admitted to the Middlesex Hospital from June to September, 1912. All the patoients died. Sixty-eight, cat)i were admit ted during the eaime period of 1913, liid were treated with radium, Thirty-eix of Ih ,1 pulmtleat died, hut the remainler were dileha'ged Ifrollml the heidI al, heiag able ti atteod to th(ir daily idulite. Thi? sCCCess wVats ullprec'(edent |d. lowv i:c holilful tlii, with a hller tl etde WV leinilll , l' CT rr.I \,. ill l le uli tte d , t l iet ithh, "Ia lit ail.. litIrgelicy t'ha i lli( ) rtilllel h)'l~l)lIlI'it ill 11...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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VICTORIA'S NEW GOVERNOR. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914

VIOTORIA'S NEW GOVERNOR. LONDON, Thursday, Captain F, H, Gale, of tho Beod forddshlre Regiment, and Lieutenant 0. Wilson, of the Reserve, and late of tho 10th Hussars, havo boon ap pointed aides-do-camp to Sir Arthur Stanley, Governor-designate 9! Vic toria,

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TURKISH ARMY REFORMS. CONSTANTINOPLE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914

TURKISH ARMY I.REFORMS. CONSTANTINOPLE , Thursday. Envor Boy, tho Now TurkisLh Min Istor for War, has appointod him "oli Chief of Sta1l Theo "Taniln" sltntos that tho High Military Council has beoon suppressed and that Army oconomlas amounting ito 3,000,000 pounds rTurldish (£2,700,000) aro promised--th1s year.

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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DOIG & VALLENDER WANGARATTA PIG SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914

DOIG & VALLENDER WANGAR?ATTA PIG SALID, Doig and Vallendor report: A,good yarding of all classes of pigs for ward to a smaller attendance of buy ers than was present at our sale on the 23rd ult., consequently prices showed a decided drop of fully 15s to 20s per head in bacon pigs, We re gret that full advantage was not taken by farmers and others to avail themselves of the good prices ruling at the close of the year. Store pigs sold remarkably well, and kept to late high rates, We sold:-Baconers a/c James Ferguson, 4 at 53s 6d; a/e Thomas Laidler, 3 at 54s Gd; al; 8; Jones, 1 at 35s 6d; a/c hiM. O'Keeffe, 1 at 37s; a/o Henry Way and Sons, 3 at 52s 6d; a/o E. O. Luckie, 3 at 55s 9d; a/c W. Carey, 4 at 57s 6d; a/c Thomas Doolan, 5 at 47s Gd; a/c P. Naughtin, 2 at 58s 6d; a/e P, O'Keefle, 5 at 51s Gd; a/c F. Jones, 1 at 556s; 1 at 42s; a/c W. M. White head, 3 at 50s 6d; a/e Mrs Annesley, 3 at 49 Gd; a/c P., O'Keefie, 4 to 52s; a/c S. Fuge, 6 at 52s; a/C Mrs Oliv er, 2 at 53s; a...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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PICTURE FILMS BURNT. VIENNA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914

PIOTURE FILMS BURNT. VIIENNA. Benzine that was used to clean a film at Gaullmont's cineinatqgraphl film ictory In Vienna caught fire yesterday, and an explosion follow ed, This burst thruigh a thin plaster partition and set fire to a ,largo stock of films in the adjoining room, A second explosion followed, and the flame travelled through thile whole building, destroying overything in its passage, i Forltunately thp stall was not work ing at the time, bult two girls were killed and several persons injured,

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AUCTIONEER S REPORTS EVANS & MACONOCHIE WANGARATTA PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914

AUCTIONEEIIR 8 REPORTS EVANS & IVIAUONOUICIE WANGCIlATTIA Plf MAIIKIiT. Ilvalns 0nd( MIaeonochic rleport holdl ing their opening pig anid dairy cat tile market for 191.,M 'l'on Tucsday, oth inst., when they had a fair yarding to a good aittendance of buhyrc, Op ening sales met with fair completi tlon, but prices ilncrea;edi conHidiCr ably for closing sales. W\e sold Ia Conopigs a/e estate Meagher, Moyhlu, to £3 11s; a/e Mason lfron., Evertoin, £3 2s 6d; a/e Aldridge lro. C2 19th? 6d; a/e A. Ward £2 18i; a/c G. Wol atenholme £2 18; a/e J. ILameon ,2 18s; a/e A..Bussoll £2 178; and otlh ors from £2 3s, Store pigs to E£2 28 0d; suckers to 18s Gd. MOYHU MAIRKET, Evans and Maconochie report hold lng their usual MIoyhu market -n Thursday, 8th inst, the first Moyhu market of the year. There was a good yarding of cattle, sheep and pigs, which met with ready sale and good competition from the excellent attendance of buyers, Pigs,--Wo sold bacon pigs a/o F. Burberry ,to £3 3s; a/c R. ...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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SIR JOHN FULLER TO VISIT BOMBAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914

SIR JOHN FULLR TO VISIT BOMBAY; Sir John Fuller, formerly Gover nor of Victoria, will pay a visit to Lord Willingdon, Governor of Bombay, before going to Colombo to meet Lady Fuller, He will re turn to Inglanud by the R,M8, Mool tan.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914

BIG SALE OF COSTUMES. Dust Coats, Blouses, Hats, Underclothing, etc., -,, at Reduced Prices. "PAYNE'S," 'Murphy Strtaraa Wangaratta, LLadia' WYhto Muslin Illousi and Skirt C(ostuies, trinin'ed with tucks and embroidery, 32V Gd, 25B, 88 1li, now 18, Cd, 15s8 ld, 4Is lid. Indles' One-Pleco Wlhite Muslin Cootuiime, triii1mmed embroidery, 320 Cd, 21a Od, 1I Gtld, now 27n d, cdd, , 12i (id, lhiliesO ' COmllbric (Io0tltllt , 7Ia lid, ItI1 11 , now 1; lid, 3 11l. Latdica' Croep and Sl)io(1Igos (loth, oJlo -picCe ('otilunle; , 25hu, 2l id, 132 lid, now 21y, 18r lid, 10i d,. Uindieir' C(amlr'ic llihnunu s, *j d ( ld, ;li) nd mow , (;l , i hld1 ludico' WhlitC EIbjll idcicd Voile l[tlou eI;, , lCt; i;d, l.l lld, 12n lid, Cs lid, 'Cretaiii Sicil ii a dtl 'o'tn titro Silk Duct ('uoat, 31;(, 2'J Gd, l25, 21h, now 30l , 25u, 21A, 18Nu lid, '.'ol, 8 RICHARD ONIANS, Proprietor ,ifANT:ll).--A, Woman to do Day Si \o'k, \lhillnhig, etc,, on Mon daYln.- Apliy, M5s J. 1ii. Manoi, Iulli' lIeh d Ilottcl. T...

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POULTRY. HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914

POULTRY. (BY WYANDOTTE) HUIALTH. Thie health of poultry may be judg ed by the vigor the birds display, When at liberty healthy fowls *will move about with alertness and for age for food in every direction, and when the birds are kept in confine ment they are as active as their quarters will permit-running abodut looking for food. Vigorous fowls as sist themselves and sliow a deter mruination to succeed in every phase of poultry life, They will come off their roosts at daylight and work for grubs and green until almost dark, Male birds, when in good health (unless they have boen fight ing), will crow often, In additlon to activity the healthy bird will have clear bright eyes, red comb and wat tles, clean feet and bright plum age; always ready to eat, On the other hand a fowl in poor health will appear quite tohe opposite, being dull, sluggish and listless in appear ances, and will go to roost early and get off late, Fowls in poor health will have a bloodless appear ance, dullness abo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914

DOAN'S REPORTS INVESTIGAT ED., No Return of Illness for Twelve ?'ears. Wefare answering a very important ,question to-day, vli., Do the people who say they have boon cured by Doan's Backache, Kidney Pills stay oured? A medicine whicll curosmere ly for a day or'a week is worthless, it is only a tonic or a purgative., But a medicine which drives the ill ness away, so that it stays away, that medicine does all medicine can do. We have been verifying our oar lier published cases, and we are plea sed to say that the results of our investigations have beeoon most grati fying, The cures by Doan's Back ache Kidney Pills are permanent cures. Hero's proof of that state ment: Mr Benjamin Abbott, coachpainter, Victoria Parade, Wangaratta, sanys:--"For years oft aild on, I have suffeored agony with my back, After a hard day's work there wore times when I thought my back would break. At night 1 got little rest, and no position was comfortable for long. It is a terrible thing to know that your I d...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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DISTRICT NEWS. BARNAWARTHA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914

DISTRICT NEWS, BARNAWARTHA. An old pioneer in the person of Mr, William Baumgarten, of Bogong vineyard, died on Wednesday morn ing, at the age of 70. The cause of death was general breakl up. The deo ceased, who was a native of Ger many, came to the district with his parents in 1859, He carried on suc cessfully general farming, vine-grow ing and dairying. He wds of a gen ial and hospitable disposition. He leaves a widow, four sons (Oharlie, William, and Walter, of West Ausa tralia), and two daughters (Mrs.Jas. Danaher, of Brocklosby, and Miss Madge Baumgarten.) The weather has beeoon dreadfully hot both day and night. A fall of rain would be most acceptable, BEECHWORTH, C' '" ' After 45 years of service, Mr. E. Moss, who has reached the retiring ago, has retired from the position of stationmastor, Mr, Perry is relieov ing at the Beechworth station, BENALLA, Thomas Nixon, surveyor, of lien alla, who died on December 5 last, left real estate valued at £3164, and personal estate valued...

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TRICKS OF THE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 10 January 1914

TRICOKS.OF THE TRADE, ------+----- - This column is devoted (amongst other matters) to as much of the truth about politics as the law of libel permits. The nearer we get to truth the closer we are to a libel action, There is in politics especial ly the kind of trutll that 1s half a lie. And a very useful thing it is; when a man wants to carry a point in argument or cover up a deasign in tactics or excuse a vote in the House, or generally make a miser able worm of himself in the confid ent belief that he is a very clever fellow, Perhaps it will be as well to explain that votes in the liouse are not always given, under the party system, on the merits of the issue, A member may have an important public work in his constituency on the balance-the government can withhold or postpone it or give it outright and proceed with It, Or, he may be on the look out for a portfolio or some other crumb of ollice in the gift of the government -and the government has large pow ers of patronage in this...

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GETTING RICH. How Some Famous Men Have Saved. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 January 1914

How Some Famous Men Have Saved. Nearly all menll who have rinaon to name anil riches, thlironihl columlerce or trade have beenL thri'Lity i n, Lat all evenits in theIir youth, Take, for ln itnnlce, thi cCase of Sir T'lhomas laip toil, who saved siLlleietlt outl of tIhe paltry piltance of half-a-crown a week hIe earned las errand boy in a (ilasgoi\v store to enable him to lake passige on a tlrnlllp steainer to America. IHero ho worked like a itlave on a Carolina Btigalr plantation, and in New \'ork it(id clsewvhere, tenduriillg hardships the till story of whiechL hlas never beein told--but saving, always saing. Then when It' had scraped to)etler a capi tai l ,2 1001 lie lreturned to (Glasgow hdl opened his Ihr.st shop. Kven lithen, howe'ver, li, pLassion flri' beiing thrifty (ld Inot ceaIse. In order to avoidl play. iiiK reni t for a btledrooil li e u isl d 1.n ieetp under thie countler ill the bac shop, tLd at nihlit, aLter plitinLg up the slhutters, hle wvouIld dress hi«L win dows....

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ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 14 January 1914

ALIIUFY. 't~hu propt)UiaU to) hijtild a 11w ho;; jut tul hero ft; btuty; liberlluhy :;appjurt ed1. 'I't)-dateu JL2255 2 unu h t; ben re ceived, I3hiFCI IWOl3rIl, At the meet tng of the ;;tire ('uuuti eti hlucd ouri iiduuy iut lutte t~eat readi tiuont the North ( )u'enuu ;;hire~ ( 'uuiiutt drua'uing attenititun tou udt juli out. :I'uuu-. atuhitig; that. it. tue eraiucuted Thi. oft no utliuuiuuut. giouuitg t tetu. 't'tue tniutter ryas left itt the i'eeautuu t i gun;ot, iuiitliiiue, Loweu, taut Slit uu ulere tjpjuoiitd dcuutilcit e:i tou the' uuuui Tterence o Noethi-b~tit it uoniutuiiu;tuii tie tu toue heldi it. Wu'tuguarut fu cuuuter wvithi the iMali Itunute iuctuto, jTte Sit-l)r ovrdaftit .Ut11{13 I~t "ud, the ;outt It lttdtllt~'u, utIhutu hctuu t:;31I W Ot 'dTheir gaul; wuortlu uuueuu diafl, lut~t; .1:15 3(1 Thie Counitlu uugruod ut, to1.l let tiie iuu'tow Hll tuui thei iuutluuuu uut htuutl titg auctttio uuale,; tuy traea uinguiull t iolteeiu,

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