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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

CRICKET.C' Wuannill tta 1,I lluet blllnwu lit, Rli. awiL on SatuIday , aWld s~oied a V Ic Tory. iHcoreH :. - '1'. t311julna 49,I (1, Ibindu 7, N. Iliil lolrtol 8,, , (lottiwcllo 16, 1. 'ii 'ii del' 2 .I 1). illiti (nolt out.) 21, SII1lulu'd 3, nlIn(1rlclI 13. Tlotal fill IwUvOll wickct 1GO. fiihlwn.-l'. J. leid 6, It. Mnocha 6, 1. Hleuw'Iek 0, '1. Iuulrkoe '3, 14. S. amrri 1, 1). IJaidner .'14 . WVoodH 0, '. Shlaunnon 16, 13. licc hone 0, II, Wellington 7, V. WIlcox (uQt out) O oundrieo llj.{Totpl 11Q,

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

BOWLING. Wanaga ratta bowlcrs took. three rinks to lJenalla on Wednctlaly lant, and had a very enjoyable outillG being very hiopttably treatedti by tile Iclenalha bowler;, who met then at thile tation, and conveyed thllrl to the llenalla lhotel, where they were entertained at dilncr. A very excit ing linlh wa w ita , etluCjed, the gamei beincg practically in theo balance l n tll the hlat bowl had been played, andi W\angaratta won a hard fouglht, game by 5 pointtt. The tcoretl Ibeing, Wangaratta 78, llenalla 73. Follow iog arc the detailed scores:.- \VanlgarLata-tira u, Eh:bott, Willianha, N. Pinkerton (capt). 29 Ilenathlt,i--Mackrell, (Vallender, (Gancolgne, (ook (capt.) ...... 19 Wil ngl r'atta ,--Man?ol3, Vonar x, Steele, IlJanllcld (capt.) .... 16 l3enallia.-ltldt, lavine, Clarke, h ill (capt.) ..... ...... . ... 10 Waunlira tta. --Welbter, 1mith, lumphrey, Pi'nkerton (capt.) 33 lrenalha.--I leadtland, I lanilliton, Mautld, Briggs (capt.) ........ I.l After the match the 1lcallal...

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THE NATIVE FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

THE NATIVE FISH, Murray cod, perch and bream are unique in the list of the world's fish. They have a fine flavour of their own, are well-fleshed, delicate and perfect in colour. Their habits are cleanly, and in some respects sin gular, known to.the intelligent ang ler. The rivers are naturally stock ed and open to the people, But sole ly because some people are more sel fish than others, we are in danger of losing this fine gift of delicious food and good sport. The'Legislature has sought to protect the fish by fixing a close season from 1st October to 30th November, and making it an offence to take fish from the riyers during those months, and also by limiting the minimum weight of the fish taken to 1ilb, for Murray cod and 80z, for. perch or bream, Netting is absolute ly forbidden, Although these laws are made in the interest' solely of the people, to make sure that the rivers shall not be denuded of fish, it is notorious that all three are 'broken regularly by an increasing body ...

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INSOLVENCY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

INSOLVENCY COURT. - ------ --- Anl application wa?n made by Mr, F. \Y, lhriggs, ant aitsigcee of the iln tolvenot estate of Eidmundtl Jltames Mlorganll, employed in the Melbourne ''tranwayya, to I-lit -lonior Judge lox, in tli Iniolvency Court sitting at Wangalrnttal yestcrday, to authoriNe hito to hell anl ditl)pose of it conting ent interc;t of the insolvent undter the will of hit) late father, Mr. 1E. Morgan, Parlitt load, \Vangaratta. Mr, F. C, l'urbrick appleared for the atnteignce, in iouplport of the iip plication. AIMrllo. (rho rltholll ap peared for Illnolvent to oppotie the application, After lengthy argument anl d luolta tion of authoritiesl Iliti IHonor liiade the order asked for, with ,£5 :; colt I, Idntliu;lld Jalil. Mlorgan, in insolvellt, applied for a certificate of diicharge, Mr. lTho, Graham (intatruile d by Mr'. H1, A. Murdoch) appeared for ineol vent illn unpport, 1r1, F, . |triggli, the truntee, wasn examined, d gave\' evidence of intolvent's tra'ntlnt'tionl;, ...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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COUNTRY COURT. CLAIM BY A NURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

COUNTY COURT. CLAIM BY A NURSE. At the sitting of the County Court hold at Wangaratta yesterday, be fore His Honor Judge Box, Louisa Jones proceeded against Mrs. B. Montgomery for the recovery of £12 9s for work and labour done, Mr. T. Graham appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. D. J. Connell for defendant, The defence was a denial of any con tract between the parties for work or labour done; also if there had been any work and labour done it had been paid for, Louisa Jones, sworn, said: I am a professional nurse, and was on gaged at Dr, Drake's sanitorlum, where the late S. Montgomery was under treatment. The doctor decided to send Montgomery into the coun try for six weeks, and defendant ask ed me if I would go with him and nurse him. I said I would if the salary was the sameo as what I wall receiving there, namely ,£ Is and 2s Gd per week for laundry. 'Thits was agreed to, and I rnlied h1i from 13th December to 3rd tLanullary. After he had been at, W\angarLtta for some days it wan dec...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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Late Cable News MAWSON'S HEROIC STRUGGLES. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

[FROM REUT1ER.] MAAWHON'S 11,1010 HTI'UG(GIf:Lii, ILOND ON, Friday. The "Evenling Htandard," con nonating thlt evening on the annioui ctlelnt of the 4et.llrnl of Dr. Maweon anld Irie party, etatec that although the t.ragediees of the Aus tralian ex tdlition were ccliptnd by the end of Ca pltain cott and hle cooipanionH , yet the world will notl willingly let dli'? the heroic etrugglec of )Dr. Maw son and of the late 1)'. Mertz. Than thie grim tale, adde the "Htandard," there are few more thrilling pages in Polar history,

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CHINESE CAMP BURNT. RUTHERGLEN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

(~1IINI~S1' CAMP BUURNT1, IUlJTIINIIG1IJ N, Fiiday. Ic"1. biroke out. ini tIhi COhinese c Imp at 1.30 a.m. to-day, aud eleven uliilin 1I wcIC destlroycl , It ill sup poscd to bIe i case of atiloln. Inclutd ed In the nuaber of buildings des - troyc( , were two store, I Joa .1 oao laoi and houtt. One store woo insured for £250.

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ANGLO-AMERICAN ARBITRATION. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

LONDON, Friday. In reply to a quneetion aNked in the H1Ioue of Coniuonii to-day by the 1Rev, C, Hilvetcer Hlorne (Liberal niember for pwlich), Sir Edward Grey (Secretary of State for For eign Atlaire) naid he hoped that the Anglo-American arbitration conven tion would 1lhortly he ratified, lie went on to say that the United States had submitted a treaty ecta, lishilng a peace connmml ion?a, which wan generally acceptable, but, 11hi Maje?tly'a Governmctht iunt m connider it wlth? the self-govrining Doinionn , as certain special provhlionn may he requlred for them.

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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

WVhcat waall fim at 3a 102 d foi pro111)t. delivery. Oante wer de al irmi aIt Is 10 (I milling, Ia 9 ll 1heaVy feed. Chaff waon qict at ,£3 111a al ec (al, ,£3 2a Cd prime, £2 12:j Cd good. Barley, 3d CGd maltiag. I otatocla, 13 t5 C(am'mncr ez, C3 I, 5 IlrownlcII1, £2 I5t1 I'lakeyco. Onionac 17,

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SUFFRAGETTES' FANATICAL ACT. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

S1JFFIIAGNTT]3 1FANA'l'IQA i LONDON, 'l'hurolday Night. A danRtlrdly outrage wao comniittce by Suftragettes last nigtht. By iteanLL of somo influinºable liquid and ex plosRves they Iiburned down the lauwit bothlan pa rinh church at Whiteki rk (near Ilorwick). This edifice wain of considerable histtorlic interet:;. 1V w ,t erected so far back atn 1297, and con tained prielesn fiurnliture, and an Iistoric Bible. 'I'ho dettructiou wrought by the fanaticst was com pleto, not a thing being Naved. The explosives+ dihlodged and shattered enormous slabu of stone,

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

\'i ctoin:-ti1'nrzn anad Iul try, wit occllriin nil thunlnlel·Ntoorlw; N.1, vin(Li,

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WANGARATTA GENERAL SESSIONS. ALLEGED TELEGRAM FORGERY. (Before His Honour, Judge Box.) THURSDAY, 26th FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

ANGAhRATTA GE NERAL SESSIONS. AIL,E(GEI) 'TEi'E:GIAM FOIIGEltY. (liefore Ilil IHonour, Judge l0ox.) '11IJIIIltHl)AY, 2;th FEIIRUARY. Michard lletn \Yillianmn, wan pre cented on a charige' that on 28th Augusit, 19,13, at Wangaratta, ho did knowingly and without the authority, of W', 'ringle, deliver to Victor Gor ldon Yonu, of Wangaratta, an officer of thie Delpartmaent of the l'otintater (ecneral, fori the pulrpolne of eiing tranualittedl it a telegram, in writ lngl the following: - "The lidd Milking Machilne Co,, 1i'llileri Lane, Melbotrne.--P'lease an?k r. l, Eldgar to srend money he owes ioe board, etc,--W, Pringle," Which writing purported to Ie nent by the erid W. i'ringle, contrary to the 1'ont and Telegraph Act, 1901. The chiec waou lirtt heard at Wat gaiKrtta on 22nd January, when lDet ecti I \IVhltd v'na the informant. 'The following jury wats cullllnelld: --(. 1. lKettle (foremalin), 'T. Wlhson,' J, lloyd, J. Crihp, J, V. (Gardner, 11, Manley, J. E, Peacock, J. 'Tag lgart,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

AHI11EN AND AMc'SWNEY, larritttru and S olicitort. REID S3TNL'?IT, WANGAIIATTA. , Moneys to Lend on Ieasehold and Frcehold, and all other fornm of securitieu at loweltt rates of interest, NOTOU'1TT & PUtRllIlIOK, larribtoru and lo-licitora, REID tl'r1lElI?'', WANUAIIATTlA, Air. T. 1F. Notcutt, a (lonmilnionor for taking atlldavitu; Mr. F. U, . ur brick. 'T'rust and other MIoneys to Lend at Lowest Rates. OIIflA. HI. tIBlMMEIII3, AR.V.I.A. AIOHIITHOT, 'althful Street, Wangaratta. JAiPIIIR HUBDAND, B.A., L,L.B., Ilarrluter and Solicitor. REID STTREET, WANGARATTA. H. A. MURDO0II, DARIRI'ISTR & 8JOIIOITOIR, REID STIIEET, WANGAIIATTA. Commissioner for taking Afridaviti. Moneys to Lend at lowest rates, S'IIOMAB GRAIIAM, B.L., BARURISTER & SOLITOITOIR. The firm of (irallulln and I Mhdoch having been ,ldiunolved, Mr. (.a sham will continue husinese inl uhImbers in Conmmnercial Buildings, Reid Mtreot. Money: arc awaiting inveatmlent at nurreat rate., DANIEL J. CONNELL,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

FLAkNACAN NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALE ES. SATUlI1)AY, 28th FlBIlitUAItY. Sale of 400 acrea freehold lnud at Springhurat, a(co0nt Mr. Bon. COnningihlau, WElDNESIºAY, ilth MAI(UCH. Clearing 1aleo c, Iand, :tock, Inl pleoments, etc., at, MSilawa, an Count Executors in the estate of late (. 11. Brown. THURSI)AY, 5th MAlROI[, Oloaring Sile at. hirinin aocount, Mr. F, O'Donoghue, Salo of 251 acres laud at, North loorlinian, account il r. -, ,ones, FRIDAY, 6th MARCII. Wangaratta Splciftl Ilorue hale, with Adamson, Strettlo andlt Co, Pty. Ltd. SATURI)AY, 7th MARCH,. Sale of 830 acres freehold land, par ishes Tarrawingee, Carraragar mulngee and lungatmero, necount estato P, Costello., Sale of 170 acres Ovens llver free hold land, account Mrs. 0. S. thwusack, Sale of 296 acrea freehold Land, at Tarrawingee, alccount Exors. Jno. Peppard, dcconeed, Sale of 170 acres Ovens River Land, at Killawarra, account Mrs. O. ' S. Ousack. MONDAY, 9th MARCH. Sale of 1126 acres Iluffalo River lands h...

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INTENT TO DEFRAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

At tile Wangaritta County Court ycsterdhly, before Ilii Ilonor Judge liox, i'ranleiC I ioban wail pres;ieteil agaimiit by the King for that oil 27th Ocetober last at Wangaratta, he did pretend to 1). O)liver that a certain bullock wa; hin andi did .itttelit to obtain frorn him certain money with intent to defraud, Mr. 1. \Walker p ros;ecuted for the ('rown, and IMr, ''. C. IBrennan, Mel bourne, instructed by Mr. I). J. Connell, alppeared for accused, who pleaded not guilty. The following jury was empannelled -J. Nicol (foreman), W. J. MlcKien zie, E. Land, J. N. Peacock, A. J. Dilley, G. F. Kettle, A. Stewart, Jas. Taggart, Geo. Pitt, I-I. liHad Icy, H. G. McGultle and J. Crisp. Mr, Walker said that the Crown alleged that accused pretended that he was the owner of a bullock Ie longing to F. Hahne, which he en deavoured to sell to two or three men and eventually sold it to I), Oliver for £5, but before the money was paid over the owner turned up and claimed the animal. The ac cused's...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

Barnawartha Turf Club. WEDNESDAY, MARClO 4th, 1914. MAIDEN PLATE, of 12 Sove. Sec ond horse to receive 2 sovs out of stake, 5 furlongs. Weight for ago. For all horses that have : never won an advertised first prize on the flat. Nom. 7s, To start at 2 p.m, sharp. IJHORTS . HANDICAP, of 10 Sovs, Two sovs. out of stake to go to second' horse. 6 furlongs, Nom. 6s. To start at 2.45 p.m. TURF OLUB HANDIOAP, of 18 sovs, Second horse to receive 2 sovs, oAt of stake. One mile, Nom. 7s, accept, ,is at scales.' To start at 8,.0 p.m. TRIAL STAKES, of 10 Sova. (1an dicap). Second horse to receive 1 soy, out of stake. For horses that have never won a prize ex coeding 1Q sovs. 6 furlongs, Nom 6s. To s art at 4.15 p,m. FLYING HANDIOAP, of 15 sovs, Se cond horse to receive a sovs,' out of stake, 6 furlongs, Noui, 9s2 T9 start at 5 p.m. FAREWELL I-ANDIOAP, of 10 Sovs. Second horse to receive 2, sovs. out of stake, 7 furlongs. Nom., 0s, To start at 0 p.m. Starting Gatl will be used for all races. Nomi...

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Late State News. WILL OF TARRAWINGEE FARMER MELBOURNE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

Lei~e Silr~t l i'ru WVILL 01 TARllAXING1 IC I'' \ UMI I MI1.I3OUUNN), Friday Night.. Undor thie will of Patrick Caoste llo, late of Tarrawingee, fainter, who died on NovembB' 12, property valu ed at, £43-13 1i lbe(100athedI to it ficuld (i lufrect to i t hequeut of £20 to the lirigidine Convent, Wanguc n tt a

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GRANTS FOR PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

GRANTS FOR PUBLIC WORKS. The IlIon. J. lhnwer, 11,,:,A, i, in receipt of information from th s-cc rotary for Public Works, notifying that the HIon. the Miniter for I'ub lic Works has approved of grante to the following municipalities: DO31OUCIGH OF WANGAIlATTA. Towards imaintenance of manl Sydney Road, revote of £100, coun cil to expend £100 additional, Deviation of Ovens River at Mol oney's Crooeek, revote of £21, This is a joint work with Oxley Shire, and the councils have to expend a similar amount. Erection of bridge over One Mile Crook on Swan Road £75, couloil to expend £75 additional. SHIRE OF OXLEY. Erection of now bridges on Oxloy Flats, rovote of £250, council to ex pond £250 additional. Deviation of Ovens River at Mol oney's Creek, revote of £21. This is 'a joint work with Wangaratta Bor ough Council, and the two councils have to expend .£21 additional. Clearing tracks near junction of Rose and Dondangadale rivers (tour ists revote) £6. Regrading Gentle Annie Hill, re-i v...

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WODONGA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

At Wodoiigºl;u Malrket n 'it. i l ay, htet, I)ulLoclI ILIZILIL ,2! L101 to ,.'J; ()tlhckl (;?l to C7 1511; twtit. Cowi oC5 1113 to *i;? t N; vcleri CL3 to Ci5u;i totore htIuorkn .Vl' 101 tto JIA 2ot; 4 yr. old .C6 hon to .(,7 So; 3 yr. old ,C5 IO1 to C6 7£1; 2 yr. oltldt Li 11 to £L'5 S: COwL with calvUoi at toot £5 1?u Gd; uvriueia £; poddQOu 306.

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WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914

WOOL SALES. -4 The Australian lstatcs and Mort gago Co. Lctd, ncld rnolr last sale of the currentl series otl Weoanesuay, when they submitted a catalogue of 1115 bales, consisting mainly or pass ed in and re-classeu wools; sdveral small lato-shorn lots from Gippsland and the scoured portion, of a large clip from Queensland. Following up on the continued rise in tops during the past three weeks in Bradford, the market here was very animnated, and an all round advance may bu quoted, particularly in the case of strong crossbreds, which have ad vanced from 7* per cent, to 10 per cent, In scoured 20d was paid for the fleece of the Tolemon clip (Her bert Collier, . Richmond, Q.), and 15id fortlambs, The top price of the sale for greasy was 183d, which was obtained for a bright lot of come hack re-classed in our stores, Fromn Gippsland several lots sold particul arly well, viz. :-US/Omeo (J. D. Fitzgorald, Omeo), F 111d, 13MG/(G (B, McGalnran, Giffard) A' Obk, H 11d. Uoldsbrough, Mort and ...

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