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LAWN TENNIS AT NICE. PARIS, Monday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 March 1914

LAWN riPI:NNLI3 AT NICI~ PAIS, U Monday Midnight,. A. I'.\ildinl!, the New '/liinwln ehampion, defeated F'. . L~owe (Englanid) ini the flunil of thle Int er. Nie t u-day. The ::corer; Wree1 -.1

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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WANGARATTA TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 March 1914

WANGARATTA TURF CLUB, A special meeting of the Coum'1i.toi was held at he Council lat lilotel oil Monday e\veiiig for the purpolo of discussting varioius lat.tert. W'ho President, Mr. (;co. Maxwell, octupi ed the clitir,allnd tothtrt' presentt lt t:ti Dro. Ii i . M t'.al'rtiel andl \\'. Doc ker, Altssrs '1'. l'rent.ice, (i. I)Doel.,n dorll, W. M-txwvll, 'I', Shluhan, W. Callilnder, It, lManley, Alex. Cleat onto, 1. I i. Iivin?g, and the tctrettilary H. Halligan. A aunt of C.0 wai l pti'ed for pay menot to tihe 'Cotmmittee of Mntago mnent of the lacecourse. IRACI, CldillAS' ASSOCIATI\N. The Chairman waid that. ltr H nlh,, tite? the 'Otitil tte hit s I tbeen tin IpressettI 'with I t ? to e itthllty (t fOr nting a tint et. iting A.sttitl ti,10 IOr tae t: N tht l W :asten t Ir :-;istrid'L . The0 advattags of tlh aIll Ai1ttt'ilt tion would Ihe mauniy. 'l'h? ( lu c'i cuhtlaritsetd the cltubs ll the Noilrth-last. asiing tl.henul tito ll delegates to ait mleeting, the datite tald lptee of w...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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SUFFRAGETTE OUTRAGES. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 March 1914

SUVFFRAGEt'ITTh OUTRlAGlE,, LONDON, Moiiility Night. ABt Dr. Devon, it heuttitih t'riewin SiuIiliigCttce timedt it it I horbewtiilm. Not iiiiiiite Wltc utile, 'helit tietiuult Wils aiiltlticilly Iii rtveinte for t~he treat tlicit it Mr:: taiiktiirst iul la til st n ia t o f ritwt' It it ritiigtt o C Ito. ýSixttl fit onltily l1iitsicc cctote illy King's Nortuic ii'i'rly Ityhcisilti theirg ;;Iii ltriylt I gswr oal

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 March 1914

SPORTING NOTES. 4 - At a meeting of the ]arniawartha Turf Club, oil Monday night, Mr. Mcn1111 movedi, and Mr. M|elonald icconlded, thai It a m1lloite lui placed oi the book lit lecoglit)ion of the eer viceCi to the clilb of the hlt.o ltev, iFather Smitlh, and that a letter of condolencie )e 1ent to the Rev, Fa0ther I ,iwless, l'resbytery, ('hiltern, ''The meeting then adjourneil until Mon daiy, Marchl 23. HSelisltitioiiiil IVa11 1 occurrence iat, the Ilethiinga-Hi ii ingda1e race; oil Satrdlay. lir0akinig iiway, it horse galloped into the crowid of t;pe)tatoro lrederick l)ennett, iaged 23, was one of the crowd, and his htead and leg were trampled Upon, 112 siilstaiied a ditwslocated ankle, lan injury to the knee, iinlt cuts on the head andl eye, lio waui adlmittedl to the Albur'y Ilos pit l, and to flar hit) injur'ie do not appiilear to eo 'eriolul, Bowling for WiVingarattti againit. Milalwai at txley ont Saturday, i , 11, Headwany howled 12 overt, one of which was a i maideal and h...

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CABLE NEWS. ULSTER CONCESSIONS. WILL THEY BE ACCEPTED? [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 March 1914

CABLE NEWS. 4 - liladTER: CONCEtSS10NI. WIIdI T'-111EY lIl4 ACCETPTEI)? A week end feature of the con Itrovery regarding the Government's propose3d coiclcession to Ulster in the Home 133 Bill 11111 a lspeech dCle livered by Mr. \Yincton Uhurchill, liret Lord of the Admliralty, at Ilradford oil Saturlday night. Mr. Clhurchill id al ?igree?lent, alon13 would nlake it worth while to recast thi IVlotue 1ule h ill. 'The duty of tih, llnionisttl woas clear. If they dit liked tlhe act they must agitate for a majority in Palithinment, 1f they wI'on tiey could atnend or repeal the law. the h1 iberalh soighit to allay old hatreds in Ireland--not to create nlew oinel. 1le wanted to give them what, they wished, and not to force upllon them what they dislil(,ed. Mr. Atuquit h's oloer on principle was the last oiler the Governlment could or ought to make. If the Tories rejected the proposl'33 he said, it would only 1he 1ecallt3e they preferred shooiting to voting Hie was certain that, the lirst B...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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REECE LEADS INMAN. LONDON, Monday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 March 1914

IRIEEOE LEADS INMAN. LONDON, Monday Midnight. Recco has made a good start in his "match against Inman for the championship. At the end of the first day's play the conqucror of Gray and Stevenson was 167 ahead. Scores: T. Reoco ...... ... ...,. 139G M. Inman ... ... ... ... 1229

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BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 March 1914

IBILLIARI)S. Reeco succeedcd in snatching a \'ic tory over Stevcnson to-day. Sicorce; T. Reece ............... ... 9000 H. W. Stevenson ... ... 8885 Reece will now meet Melbourne Inman in a game of 18,000 up for the championship).

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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FLOODS IN EUROPE. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 March 1914

FLOODS IN E'UROPN.E, LONDON, Monday Night. From East to W'est, Europe ha, experienced ýextremely temet;duouS weather within the past week, and the very heavy falls of rain have created an alarming positlion in mau'I places. Violent gales continue ti raae roullnd the coust1 of Br'itain and lthe wildest weather prievaihle in the t'han lel. Similar stoIrmy conlditiol, pre vail in Western uroope. The RIhino \'Valley is jhooded, Ahlau ha1 been created in Paris by the rapid rice of the Seine. Many ea andl lanld telegraphs are interrupted.,

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TERRIBLE STORM IN RUSSIA. ST. PETERSBURG, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 March 1914

TERRIBLE STORM IN RUSS1A. ST. PETERSBURG, Monday Night. Additional particulars have reach ed St. Petersburg in respect to the devastating storm in the lKuhan die trict (No~rthern Cauanei) on Friday night, It ? ippea'rs th, in i tll C reit ly irC iateiL .Jl tll Di raged - fo ten - " i e?ne d.lolnpo r of r'ill rc.s' ,?aleitd tt- wvifd. Wilerflpoults 'uSiuli de'entattioii in Six village; between Eisr and the Kertah Iitraiit, 'i'ny live: wyre hlst in the seaport of Tenyrnk,. A township largely cIn Bisting of Vtoriea'l dwellings wais overwhchlned by tie flood Wilt', ulld out of the took itnhabit anti, it is leared that only eight eccped lalive. Out of one hunldretl anld sevellnty six lnavvies employe id ion tlhe' KIan rail way, who took refuge in sonme rail way carriages aud were lwept away by the torrent. The corples of 128 of the navvies have beenal foultl.

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A BORDER LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 March 1914

A BORDER LINE. Victoria and New South Wale uare States of the Australilian Union, They are peopled by oneuc race, with one languago and their n latinal ideals are practically alike. T'lhey are both engaged economically il the solution of like political atld social problelms, and their path in the future ihi ol the one road. Yet they refuse to lilnk up their railway aylitenlt to collect, the two Statc;; land liake themi olin for transport. Why? Simply because the grailn, hido, wo1l a nleat, luerchanttl and the breat :tourckeepcrl; and drapers of lytluey wiilnt the whole of the )prot(luctioii and trade o?f the lorder di;t StiS brouglht to Sydney that they may na1te it profit ouat of it, 'l'hi Gto'Crlitlelit.; of New South Wales have,' 'in the past, accelpted this nellislh, huckstering will of Syd lly a;; the voie of the counltry, had have either refused to do inything or in reply (to Countr y delputationl; proemiel everytlhinu;g iid done noti inl, ITi all thin the interest of the pl'(...

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CHURCH SERVICES. Wangaratta Methodist Church. SUNDAY, MARCH 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 March 1914

WallIIUirattaý MUttwdJIM Uluw~Oli. KIJN IAX, Al A 11 I22d \Va ugI'llttuta 11,- 1Eev, J. J. 1110W Ii. 191dorad(o Ii11, l. 71 i. ioley, Curr'nlnrnttnle« , -11ev, Blrown, 1F~verto1 3,.-- Au', , A ornloy.

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO WANGARATTA PIG MARKET. Tuesday, March 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 March 1914

AIUCTION EI?EtS' REPOR'TS I?'LANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO WAN(AIAATTA JI(G MAIIKET. 'Tiuesday, March 17th. 1lanagan, Newmian andl (Jo. report, having held their usual foirtniglhtly pig market y eterday, as follows: hlncl F'ig;.--We had a good aupply of pritme bacole;, to the usual at ten(lance of biuyers. Price:s did not hold to the high rate; of the pre vious sales, and we consider bacon erC were down fully 10 peCr hliead. however, vendoris met the market, andl almosit I clearance was ellected. t tore?,-A fair suplply, but they were also easier. Blest bacoaers to {:3 188, several pens C3 is to £3 15s Gd; numerous pen; .C3 to (23 7; Gd; porkers 45s to 17;; lpigs to put on 44i and 46(; others from 38;; good dllis to 23, Gd; others 18s to 20s; nuckers 8Xi Gd to 12i Gd.

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ULSTER CONCESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 March 1914

ULSTERII CONCl8SSIONS. The Prime Minister made a further speech in the Hiouse of tColinont to day, on the subject of the- Govern meat's conceesions to llit1ter, II said that if the proposals were go ing to be rejecto.l, it would he a mere wacte of time to formulate their details for dis;cussion. lie was not prepared to put a cut and dried scheme on paper as he wished to keep the discussion to the main issue. If the proposals were accepte(d, the IIonte Rule Bill would require both administrative and linancial adjust ments, The lord Lieutenant of Ire land would have no jurisdiction in the area excluded from the scope of the Dill,

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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DISTRICT NEWS. BARNAWARTHA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 March 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. B3ARNAWARTIHA. A quiet, but pretty wedding vwas cololriatted on 'lthi February, by the Rev. J. E. I'ttiersln, the contract ing 'parties being iara, stixth daugh ter of AMin 1, A. Tyrrell, of th0m larit, Iltrnawartlha (and formorly of WVhitleld) to lAiadsay A. laxtert', of W kelithld, llli'tnawarL'tth. The bride, who woan given away by her unclet (Air. John ,iTyrrell), looked cha-n0ting in at grey chilton talfetla (ilk drots iand at'ie the ciultioniary wreath and veil, andl wlattattelut ed by her it;t.or, Mit; ; Henraietta Tyrrell. tIENALIA. Mr, l'icktring, of Ghoranlhat., lost, a vulnlbhlth threeyear-old draught, colt, hinder very lncolnulon circuntl t uances l Il week, While rtitning in thi padthinewl the tlahtiml received ait :light, scratch oin the hind leg, but Ml'. I'ick'ering didl not r'egard lthe in jury ata; o which required attention. Itlowevter, within three ,dayil lock jitw' et. in. [Thlie hiorse tutld noit open its lip to drinkl watter, and Ailr. ick 'ring...

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Late Cable News MOTION OF CENSURE. LONDON, Monday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 March 1914

Liii Chic ew [FROM PREUTER.] MOTION Oi C:tiNNU1Ell, LONDON, Monday Midnight. Mr, Ilonar Law gave notice in the House this evening of ait motion ctn suring the Gov\ernmnent for the non formulation of its anmendments to tho -Home nulhe Bill, anud requestiing their formulation before the second read ing debate of the measure is ren m ed.

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WANGARATTA PIG MARKET. Tuesday, March 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 March 1914

WANGAltATTA I10I MARKET, Tuesday, March 17th. Evans and Maconocluc report hold lng their utial pig alWt dally i.atti0 nilarsiet on Tuesday, tith lst, wn?en thecy hiadt Lan unl tusually heavy yard ing of pigs of atll cla?tlts. '11T0 nark cet wt?s easrier anid prlc recetuca lo?s per head on late rates, We (quote uicoIIers a/c J . , l-lle?bone ,3 t013 6d; a/c 1', ,asier J.: 1 Jts 6d; a/c Walter bllith .~.3 /; a/c it. McUor InicaI £3 ??;J a/c U, U., McAliece L3 iu; a/c 11. Wallace -3 2s; a/e U. llsheor £3 13it; a/c 1. U'lctlle £3 3s 6d; a/c J3tlnes Nltocl .3 10ts id; a/si U. Crhibbhs 322 I'; a/c lHayward J.:3 31t 6d; a/c J. A, Vincent J23 13i; a/c Muinmery £3 6s; a/e J. Woltten hohlie C 13 lS 6d; Iatcklattera £,5 a/c J. 1t, Keebone; atoret pigs £,1 116 6d; suclikers 15i; other sto'res J:1 15li.

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EVANS & MACONOCHIE WANGARATTA MARKET. Thursday, 12th March. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 March 1914

EVANS & Iv1A00NOCHIE WANGAA'I'TATA MIAIRKEIT. Thlursday, 12th March. ]van itl and Maconochlie report hold ing their Ulual liarllet at the Cor poration yards, Wangaratta, (n the above date, when they had a very large yarding of nheep alld cattle, of which almost the whole were dis )poed of to the large attiendance of buyers presenlt, colmpetitio)4 vwas brisk throughout the oale, We eold lathbe a/c Mr. . ', L ueckie to 171; (;Gdl, which was the top price of the market for lambs; we obtained for xbred wetheren 22t' 3d, which was the top price for wethier; a/c Mr. J. Whittaker; wethert; at, 17n; a/c J. Meares wetllern i17 Gd;' a/c Ml. Walsh 17e Id; a/c E, O'. Luckie t6e; a/c T. Norman 18; a/c 1. W, 1)urack 15, 9(d; ewes , 1/c T. 11, Itourke l?1; (d; a/c 1). Gardner 15i 3d; a/c 1). W. Naughtin 17s 2d; a/c other owners from 13ae 3d; a/c J. G. Gardner 15(1 8d; lamnbs a/c E. t, Luceic 17; 6d, pIlurchased by Mr. Janme,1 Mlohny, butcher, W11angaratta;, a/c J,1. M. Wood 11h; a/c M. WVa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 March 1914

if o A RMhtmr CGar IIif 1ROM CONTINUAL, 1l1RliAlDOWN. 'ITHl CON-I'ANT PAYING FOIL RE PAIRS, WHIfl IAPP''NN TO INIFEIlOR CARS, CAN 131 IIflMEDI El) 13Y BUYING A HU P Vb 0 BI LE D)on't Forget 'Twelve Months iamraate- Given with these Silent Running lADY TO DRIVE. IECUONMIICALLY TO LtIN, AND EXCIEl'TIONALLY FINE IN APPEARANCE, D)ON'T Il?HN1TAT,1 BOY ONO OF THE1SE 1 EAUTIFUL CARSB NOW, AND 11E IN 'TilE FASIION. We arc the direct representatives of the Auntralian Agents, and will be pleased to supply you with full particulars, The HIipmobile is not the Cheapest Motor on the Market, hut it is the CHEIAPESBT PRICED CAR, condietent with but Workan?hdlilp. Au V. McALH AS CO. `ri o rt-atr 6'Motor Gtr'age, lIopairs a Specialty, Acceeaorieikept in Stuock. Engines Overhauled, T''yres Vtlcanized onl Prenice;, All repairs unIder the 1supervislon of an Experienced Mechanic. Coruner PAITI IFiL, and MUIIItl'lY 0T'10T,6HT, W A N I A It A P1TT A. PARAFFIN The new discovery for Constipation, etc.. can b...

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DOIG & VALLENDER WANGARATTA PIG MARKET. Tuesday, March 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 18 March 1914

DOIW & VALiLEINDER WAN(AlIAT'TA PlIG MAltKliT, Tuesday, March' 17th. Doig and Valletnder report: To liay'u mIar1et wil tlupplield with aboult 300 lacotero gltd poitert , tand labout 100 ttlorCs, to blyerut front Melbourne, lleadigo, and tlhe local lhaton Factory. llaconeri; atlowed a decided fall of 10ou to 1ti per head on hTiat matrket'ts raters, ttorct althio ltlOWilg it reltex of itacoteri ; qattot era made to .C3 tLJi; haucfatteri to ,£5, We mold a/c G. h3aeltr 7 at '3 10; Gld, a/c P. A?nlcley J22 6(i Gd; a/c F. Jonea 15 at 123 141; a/C J. Kelly ,C3 101 Gd; a/c W, Kelly J:3 lli; a/c M. O'l.rien ,22 7a; a/e J. tyrne ,23 5s; a/c J, Bullied 13 4;; t/c Aldri dge Bros, C3 4o 6d; a/c 1,. J. Caa tning 3 5a; a/c A. Dilo le 3 11ii 6d; it/c (, W. erguo(tn1 J." l14h Gd; a/c J. Londrigatt £3 5a Gd. ,toraeu.- Account Miit Nalih £1 :13h, T. Mor oney .c1 5;, \W. Moglford 15s Gd, M. O'Donoghlt, 17 3di, 1, J. Weloit 10t 6d to 17lt;. Dairy cowl, a/e Mc'a Mc. Clorntick N4 Ci. l'ha NHed for...

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OVENS RIVER RAILWAY. MEETING AT PEECHELBA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 March 1914

OVIENS RiVElR RAIILWAY. rier )i'll't1 t W;ahi n'arIt ia. Ii hta ben nll i y tir. iel.ktoit, of K.illa WIa'l'i, who Wit \,til tl iit i flite cha(llir. f the h ii ch'la ntll ititi the d1it rit It it 0v tled Itilway t l prt?i rly d to,,lot c lo l cet' th lerle, at d if t hit'.y did noti ft hkt it it Ifor t they it uhl i alllotte litet'e 111Ir . i tt tI' i tule r, Itio ti f ta itt' thhi mth taill Iu ti l little O' 'ihattil tittt t th l t Vmill tl uititt tlhe take It. iantld hi tt hat t hfy liii u tr tp l deeig;el Mr', i Ito )t iltt an 1 t11 I Jiel t w11 Mrw.llI they huhit hrioi l he linte dolt n nthe 111tlllt lli olote, twhich w tou tl tvtl ttIhe ltitcr fit' :itl ;i tte i lt t;itt. 'i t hert ttr ol te pl ,t'htl t t'outld ftle , tht 1hn 011 1t lir t h, w d. I11. ilig hti fake I'o , the tve t, it1ti e lilt, blut tthey t alrllit. \ t I t.l lli )t lit oul d il l lo atll 'ht k ticklti : a; ttihey did it n New tlnl ptik up pgtt 11 : i lt Intll ( I' . ; tnt uthey d i t ihere i A titea i line I...

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