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DISTRICT NEWS BOWMANS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914
DIS'1fICtIl NI WS BOWMANS, Mr, Newton, agent for the, Murray and Western lDi:;tricit (o-oplerative U]acon Factory, d(lspatched during Inst week front M yrtleford, llowioan, fa'angaraitta., and inte trmediatte ta tions, consig mliento of pi g to the firm' h1raybrook depotl , ;he con signmentls colllpriledl iiHl! excepltion ally good sVwine, nIlmooiigHt thuol be.ing 10 line backfattters locally bred and topped by Messrs Witherow, At the prices ruling for, pigs and poddies they reflect an additional increase of about £3 per year in each milker, OHESHUNT. The Oheshunt Unregistered Macing Club hold a meeting on Wednesday. night, Mr, D. Slater presiding, and there was a good attendance of mem hbers, Mr. Frank Lamson tendered his resignation as hon, secretary, It was decided to adjourn the meeting for one week, and efforts are to be made to secure a secretary in the meantimeo, EVERTON, The Public Works Department has authorised 'the renewingof fencing and repairs to State School No, 2031, ...
LARGEST VESSEL IN WORLD. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914
ILONl)ON, 'lihuredzty Nil;ht., 'IThe mitnanmothii White tar line liritlnliic \v?n launched to-day Iroll1 thlie yirlds of Mc?e;rinI lharlaud and Wolli at Ilelleat. iNote :---'hle lrlitallnic halL a toIg. illge iiiighItly ini execil of that o the llIimn irg-Amert-ltii liner mlllierl - tor (52,000,) and othe in therefore the largh'it veiel hi ,the w oldl, 'lThe Britannic will be aimtilhr to the Olympic in nalrly every wiay. Where au in the pla?lt it usied to be c)ll tidereCd tulllicieI. if a Lc?,c i l could float with two of her waLtertight contlparlltlllcllt t fl!ooded, the Inew lteant - cr, like tho Olympic, will liti abli to float with any nix of her coim partmenta pierced.
COUNTRY ROADS BOARD CONFERENCE AT WANGARATTA ON 11th MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914
GOUNTRY ITOADS BOAID CONFIFllUNCl' AT W\VANtlAlIAT'TA tUN 11th MAltOHll. The inemtber' of the Country 1o1ado liollrd L'returned to MollllournoI on Moil day aifteLi'noo. at l' ih logvi ti'naveri ed 13,500 milCe in twelve dtnyi. 'Tho obljcct of their tollr \Viai ln iniipec tioi of thet ahice: in thc North- aSlt ciern dlititriet, with thie view of for ,inll ti g ita I cheCiC to equip) tilthill with ibetter road ii.h 'ie chiiairmiin of the board lutatel yceterdaly that, nontio of tie track's coverei'dt.wc r very rough, ani over lillfty liileh ol couln try had to Ie triaverndi'i on hlornie ack, 'The ifull diltrict i? i hal not yet been ii Ipectrod, iiuisl ineXL wveek ani othler' toui, ii iln conteliiplhtlion, in orderi I L oiii complete the iniip;lectioii. The plaii will tuhen he drawin liup. Thle 111hiei which rilenin to receive attention anr W\odnllgn, Yaicklntlnd aih, Iltceehworth, North )Oveii, (ihii trii, ltiitheirglni, Wangarattii, llen nllai, Violet 'T ownl and iuo'o . Mrl'. 'I, C...
MINISTERS AS AIRMEN. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914
M1NIi3TFit;3 Ate AIlIIMI+,N, LONDON, TIIurIiday Night. Quostions were nlRckd in the Iolzuio of Oomniojia thi afteriioon rclative to tho frequoet acropl[Ll ilightio of Mr. W \inston (:hurchill, Pireit Ilurtl of the Admiralty, isl(d loluijel 8ece ly, eccirctary of 'State for War. 'rho Prime Miniiiter in reply ex p rused rjegret that valuable liveni Olaouild be rickeldi tf Ihu isay, but he feared that he wai uiniatbie to tlitiiatdo hie collcagiicii u nto Ir thl itig aecentts,
WATTS, TURNBULL & CO. WANGARATTA MARKET. Thursday, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914
WAT'TI'S, TU1NUIUMLL & 00. WAN(IA'RATTA MA I TI'. 'Thursday, February 26, MeCum1 \VWatte, T'urlnbll and Co. re port having held their usual fort nighltly sheep and cattle market on' 'I'lihuray last when they had a very good yarding of both asheep and cut tle. Tho attendance o(f buyers \all very go;od, and compeltition keen, i?nearly every pieli of our0 big yarding changiing handsi at, very eatisfactory pricesi, it ('attle. P'riccs wre about ejlual to late ratea, Iliet bul locks a/C MrlI., Al, R (ead anld 1 tlos Ilulde C t a; b2ullock; a/c Mir. Jno. Markl maIde i8; cowe; a/c Mr. A. liladiay to t. 51-, purchased bV Mr J. It Ni wey, of le:chtiwort.h, light wvight bullock) a/(c ram owner to t£5 9a1; Iulloc1!: a/ Mr, . Mahlloney to £7; lightweight bullocks, a/c Mr. 'I'. flurt to t. 191. Fat Sheep.-One of thie hleaviiiet yardinlgls we have bad for some time. ''The uality wasl also good. IPrime heavi cro(sblred ewel a/c Mr. lByrine to 191 Gd, pulr chased by Mesrl;l Mdoloiy aud Mor ...
DOIG & VALLENDER. WANGARATTA MARKET. Thursday, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914
DOWI & VALLE NDE11l W'ANGAilIAT'11A MAItlWT'. 'T'huirt;day, Februlary 26 Mlcetii; Ioig atlld Vallecder ieport : --iuo'-ilay't; l rkilet lan Ifully 6Ilippllied with both aheep and CattLi, to a good attendance of buyers Iroma Wat 1 , ratta MtId ulrre' indtlltllg tlMtrilcol, Fat cattle imet a very animatcd Liale and price;l showevd it lise of fully LUs to ,1l0 per head on last marl '?t _ratte:, Fat tlheepi alto beilg eatle;rly cull peted tfor at a rice oi Ii 6d to 2ni a head, ?tore le~cep with the excep tioa of good breedlingl ecvts?l ald( fat tcin;g wellict etct it a draggilag ilde, wlatncrs being hard to uiiit at late rateu. We I old; Fat Cattle.--A/c JaIttie? Ale vve'y, bullocku 8 ei 1; h licicre 1:5 110 to : ;s 6d; il/c J. Murphy ci w ·C8; a/C )'. 'O' edIIe cowa t; 6 14I; a/c Mrs. Allttltey tow( £5 A la, lullckli a/c Thaon, Hart C5 711; a/C JoIi Marlit , bulloickl t5 1IIH; veaher a/c t'at /? Mor oney 46:;, iiald etore cow? al/ F. AMorrell ;38 to 570. Fat ltheep,--5t0 inc'er...
BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914
IIENALL.A, 'lThe chlarges of perjury against Alfred Martin Bell in respect to evi dence given by him at the hearing on November, 20th last of chargce of lly grog selling at the olil Mt. Pleasant Hotel, which he denied, were coln ieiiced at the (Court, of General lce ione, I?enalla, onl Wedneeday, and c"iile to i sidlldein terliniiationl on ThuIrs;day with a verdict of "Not Guilty." IIh, IIonor Judge Joh?stoii preeided, Mr. Mnager plorsecutedl for the Crown, and Mr, l). J. Connoll, of Wangaratta, for the defence,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914
A MODERN PHARMACY. The 'Truly Modern I'harlnmcy in one conducted in the scientif~ spirit and along scientific lines---a Pharmacy from which all doubt as to the quality of the goods and service are eliminated. I have nuch a Pharmacy. I say this because it is true. I provide the sort of service every careful buyer should demand, I charge nothing extra for such service. My prices ara never higher than elsewhere; they are thoroughly uniform and alike to all. May I not setrve You 7 DE)tL .Y, CG rkyi'L, Wdinrgaratta. NOW PRO ýE0r NO Inspect and Compare our, pices., No shoddy sale S goods stocked to entice you in and then offer you somlothing else, Just our usual stook substantially ireduced. Look at these Prices, Milliinry at Hlalf Price --Special line of Ladies' Prints and Cambric Costumesn marked down to 2s lid, 3s lid, is lid, 5s lid and s 11,. Dress Goods must go to make room for Shipmnots of now Season's goods, Fore T'HE Boys. - Crash Suits from 3s 6d and a splendid line for school w...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914
SPORTING NOTES. The committee of the Wangaratta District Itiue l luah ' iIllnon nave drawn up a good programme of matches for Li!o meeting on April U00, 11, 11, andl 'i, There ale to Ou matches at 6iu and 700 yards for all comers, 'with prizes for too aggreg ates, for which the sum of £0l is allotted. The total amount voted for prize money is ~dUU. i'or the matches open to all members of the union, £80; and for the junior ser ics, open only to those who have not won a price worth more than £2, £75 Trho ranges are the same as for allcomers. 'There is to be a nursery match at 500 yards for those ,who have not won more than 10s in a previous match (members of the union), £60 is -to be divided into three sums of £20 each for service matches at the running mail,' for rapid firing at 600 yarns at the fig ure target, and for teams shooting at the running man, A "boxing" match announced to StaKe place in Her Mnajsty's Theatre on Wednesday night attracted under 100 spectators. 'rho encounter...
ELEMENTARY AGRICULTURE. WHAT SHOULD BE ITS POSITION IN THE SCHOOLS? [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914
ELEMENTARY AGRIg?ULTURE WHAT SHOULD BE ITS POSITION IN THE SCHOOLS ? That agriculture has a logical place in the schbols of the State is' no longer loebated. The question that now confronts us is not Shall agri culture he taught, but How shall it be Taught? What weight shall be given to this sluject as compared with other subjccts in the dourse of study, and what apparatus and 'eq uipment shall, be provided that ele mentary agriculture may he present ed and studied in a creditable man ner. A subject should he measured by. its usefulness rather than from its cultural or disciplinary value. If, however, a subject posses in a. con siderable degree, both usefulness and disciplinary value it should be given the standing it merits. The train ing derived from the study of agri culture is immediate, practical, and related to actual life, and the means of sustaining life. This latter part cannot be too strongly emphasised in a child's education. The logic of it Is the logic of life, First, m...
DISTRICT NEWS. BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 February 1914
DISTRICT NEWG, 13EECHWORTI I. Mr, W. W\Y, lIanllalord, Imaiager of the Ileechworth branch of the liankl of New South \Wales for the past 32 years, hal resigned after 50 years' Servic( in the bank, With Mis? han mniord, he has been (entertained by the tenlis chil) aind the parlthionerhli of (Chrst. Church of England at leeclhworth, and plresented with souv enire, Mirn Ilaniaford was also on tertained(l by the ilenlber's of the Art tralian Wolncii's National League, and preented with a gold watch. GLENROWAN. A very succeinul meeting of the newly-formed branch of the A.W.N. League was held on Wednesday after noon at the residence of the preti dent, Mrs5 Iamblert, Much interest wan thown in the work of the lea gue. several new membere were cn rolled, a conmmittee formed, ia dele gate and treaesurer appointed. The pirelde?lnt spoke at lelngth on the ncc. ecntity of the league, MILAWA. Norman Marks, non of Mr. John Marks, of Tea Garden, In at present under treatment at the Council Club ]I...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 March 1914
8PORTING NOTES. I. lioyvted, die iiverilia t.raihor, laoi euh lidh \Viin lgi. jirpurLIty, uInt iiititulti to pcriialiieitlty I'etiiite iteiu, Altllitio'iie. lie it iiegiititillig iteo a place litlit Alordiallhe. livji. lit, a 21 ) lI 'hil ll't,0 i\\iitii dh'e N iuii'tket IJ llilhaji oil + itilrday, tlidter "!, A\l:tllilio t' 3I, \M itt l1irc .1. Ti . I, eitlgiiar w\lll ltiil , Sa, lilday by I lolntu, Altiloit 2, 'tlli,'iiig i ii le rl eei t iti?toil v t'li'y t e it' q tli,,ttllo i he1hyii , c rLtillty lto i'rdy \Vtai iilVoil c t i htl )tilo hg liti at I?,a l l i. t ll i it I , tl y lt I 'lt mlll liitiy il O ril i et iiled t i ttei tnd le thlily uiilual liiict ii eiirgn ii i'iieliy,; \·r i itll tIh til t 'll i I(+ 'll (.it\i ligei ttCch ll l Al uloilioy hiv uijiiiuteil aical Iilauge uict jii! hlo tieiie vey ie tii~c' ithe lrillhthl ton F ridi l y. ' hli e u ow, tVill Ho'liti iitor had iuii \euli hii lpilliolt tl lii, in l 't, bool) llht.llnl , cruel'lit'fy W\ ll\ lnot litet_'.+ \ u(,...
DREDGING VERSUS FARMING VISIT OF MINISTER OF MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 March 1914
I1)H1)GING; rX118118 VnlliviNG VI;I'I' 01" MINI ?'TEIt OF MIN,,S. Oji -attlliday e(vtuning thle Ilo. J. 1)yeb;lle ]lro\vn, Mini;ter foru Mlillne, nttc('ollllmp'aiel by ll, Crl. Cart , 'cr. l'y, uid MI, \Woolcocli,, ph)togrtlph 1tl, ar'ivtYd by (the e?XIll~s, Ile' \vall mi at. (the Ittion bly tion. ,, Ill tIrl, ,. S.ll, land thie ?rty vdayid atl thI lie I'C ll 'er, aJl i teli.nM, i ir, Il'own, Who iv,'.) nhown\'1 t)Ver t~het?. ?t)w, dur-. inl?, itst ])USlst;-[ hlouri \van( verty much(.[ imlpremetd with the crowded blui'lhy );tret,u[ anll tihe active? businesst beting) June~t, (in HunIdaytV he larty vi,?ited the? t'ark:+, anxd illth al~w ternloonl mPot, or?d t t lyrtllelford, Mr'. \V, Ilickey 1eiig in 'hage of the ciii, They ar rivc al tl Myrtlford t at 63,;10) ad af[tter ailftrllooll tea ot o llrOt eU. oni to 1|.i,,hL+ 11,+). ,. A . lHills )n. hl.IL.A ..
DISTRICT NEWS BOORHAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 March 1914
"I)IBTRIIC'I N+WS .. .. . + . . . BOOlllIAMAN. The ] toothl'niantl ]tlI H ;13/tnei ]havO coimenccl active dtrillitig Ior th ell.?, l'atrick's Slort, 1)rocci?ion. they will tii'ii outl, ill good iIituihr''eI .lliill thinl year.',\lr. Thomlat ()']hrien hlun Illh+' re-et.lected cap1a, itin, antd irt. 5I. tlit ol?lio \\ia'l e l oinited hIton. A?lcot. i'ry. Th'l diirnes trill ltt tii ilar tcI tIhatl; \\'o rll ill p 're'vioiuh; tmt't'l:;ioll;;. EI.IDORADO. The cintlract for iconl'iyl+luct (ii llailt ]ol?lvt+,'3 ],lhhonulo and u l'fr++ \i' Iiget Ihan heion ;crurttled bIy Mr. FI'rnik Collint, A ic ilating tilt+he i tilt 'lttiil. ouf fith ditI'ict, lt with i ri l-t viral of mininlig ptu'ti out, Mr. t ol lini hal etahliohlehedi a livery et aldr; her r, lhi dlt ibl h tinIn g lh att'e t ith ' iteloiconed Alliot I oin, I tielt, wilt collV y t lt i?s gtli f'ln Elh r'to ti Ta riiv3ti iin_(t,t Wanii rl;l'to~l aiid uther lotlh(r ig ill ti h id tie li3rret io it1 ht' diet'lhr t i lln the d ('cisiolt ...
MYRRHEE v. EDI. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 March 1914
AlY1~1111l:l: \·. El1)1. The Ndi ?'rh'ke'ters' jo)urne?y?d to) lvLrrhee on 11jll9?'dIIy,, :g(I ult, cl- afI'te" anl t'ljioy blet mi' llet pr'oved Vli - torI'io I by 36 lru.l:, '1h followhi ilr tl 11o0 0ci9:- M yrl 'h ,e ,.- P. ]_ nle, t\ l .i t , 1,:. ?-?itn.?. llandt 7, G?. ]E]va). 2, : ?. l s lo., 13. Cokuer 5, l. ('orlklr ;, c'. \Ilk in"g I , A ?WII, II I, 31., l'illt?e !? alt 2, D, Shnlhy 8, T. Pren~derut not. out. O, solultdlies 31; toild 3,€.? lowliig,.--I), I i)ioon 5 f[ . 1I, I, He1a1ilIm I for II, It. M3trltSII I fii E~di.---J. IPor'hte !, J. ,John?:on (), (?. Ilol ainh~ ,11, I). lh,,dlam] ',, I). n?ot outl 8, 11, Mor'),an !, [F. P)o)ter? S; total 74. Ilow]illg,---i, (Ii .her ( fir 10, I WVlhkllig 3 for 10.