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THE IRISH CRISIS. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 March 1914

1 AO N I)N, 1'hrlrday N~ight.. ed itttu~l'Vicll W~iti II 1110 itt 10(-11110· ary to lljs Mlljnt v who \ luteir i hoca` tlP(ornmitle I lls ll( Il~l. I ho1 000011. In \~lr. 1100,;ltl r\nl:l ll:111' I' o1 i 1110 Up 1~111'11111 ol 111 l 01('1llil1t 1 III I~iIIIl' 1111110 1-Iultll~fc \V ,i 1100~~`~; 1 ( 1111 ' ;'' (Ilr.f lolijir I iv -slit I1'I)(I(' Mv,: \sI: 11 ttl: lSI'uc~llhlli~ilI~ 1.1)1) Ii: ll~lll~lcl~li0 ll1 1))') nl f I )01 0 )5 CiVI Wi fll' t..I('ll 1w nolrli' itI 010ciI'~ 150111 (:1110 t1Ill('l( 01St of~ 1 0 11`~ ;11~ 1 tub t t~l)'11111 1111.1)1 ot' 11'11 It t~oii ll bof'1tl~lltll )))l1('1 ill't1ll'') Ill' l~i'iI li 1It. Ilti 1 i l!ltli l ot l'l. 'tllih' 15111W('t \,11 -1l 11~1 Melbourne frF.iIrn larlo'.--Wheal t for lprumlit dilivrry \wns easier yesterday Ilat;,s itll . ()O ts were Ititly at 1 .I1 mlillinl., s ;3di seed, Is lId ft l. ] il( :ei, Is prime. liarley, '2: rl ('apt iunitilng. ('lill was in lalir d iminad at .£.2 ITs tid priime, U:! '.1 .' n d me 1 illlin. I'o 'lt o ...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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BUTTER FACTORY DISPUTE. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.") [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 March 1914

('o t.he Edlitor of "'T'hIt (hroniclut.") Hit're l'e letter a? pli'liting ill your iesae of the Ith tinstu,, signed J S'l3rien, and ntilll ng certain i " alleg -_ iols 1 ini list. li tysell, I tug to) fot) W\ rcld illy vers'.ion of the i lls. At the meetinel at. which it. is alleged I \\'a; dtimissed, I was not allowed even to he present, ('el'rt.itt allela [ itliu of i" lltionduet werle tilttte ag?'iaillt l mi', t tbeing only it few' liinuttsl walk to where I wats, I cou l ieas:ily 11(1have be'll l, for; I' ,'i tF ellll n I cll ed ('fl o anjl ell ana\ , - nln ot el eu all e dtl e t to t i to e teard int lily defet et. otrll t of thie diretcttor noi t t , lav\'ilIg the sense of justice to altlw te to he heard, in fact. soeme of the tdirtct,'lor'; opposea'd mly heing hIea'd, and suceceded, Ihut I t1cn allolwed to to so I could haI\'e then explain ted eviytl l t' Pr''ior' to the tmeetintg 1 had .sent. in ly' letter t of 'resigllt ion oni atcoulntt of the int olerable situatitol brough...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 March 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. (\o anr not lresponsibhl for the opliniont expressed by our Corr'ou pondentu,.)

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Late Cable News MURDER OF M. CALMETTE. PARIS, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 March 1914

Late Cl)le s [FROM RIUTER.] \MUlll)I?~l OF' M,('A1IMFTTII PA111, 'l'hl'rsdly Night, The excitement uriinig ut of the murder of 1l. ('llnnttt, editor of the "Figaro," sho\i' no signs of :;;ib Biding. Al. Monis, Mitialtri ftor Manrine, hal no\V Mainded illn his rthil;ntllllli)ll ill deference to lit- jit's c ittniour forl' his ret.irenlolt tn o uoti'qtllce tof the alleged lisdte'td; of tillh Ministry in which he wi; t'retiter.

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THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 March 1914

THE W 1O c s4' (O'lfPEN1 ;A T'iON AC'T, Mleropolitl altl cn u llulitlty nOes ipapers; are keepingi cilent on this tiilt t , rant .ubjiect. 'Tihe Act, int.r duced and pa;setnl by the W;Iat (li' n(it ent ille; ill(t fore' at tan tt i early' date. It provide;; thati all emtployt", \\']l Llthr' emlhpltyed is clerk,;, N;hup i:uiployiiVi , inetfatry l;allds, faii'i lith ouire' s oI 1' i dlitill ti' :c aiitUt; l must tle intred by the mnphlyer'; alah;t tickn o deatlh. 'lThe nilty ft, lon-ins ur? litnce i;; .12 in re?ipect if each itipltyee Ui nin ur, il ani d it a Il'. ther penalty of 1:1 per wvek for ,very week thericafter tht inaurjie?aie it; ilt effected. The 'cot(pensatlou ti t be paid ih;-ill the eveni, of death thrt i , yearsti' ?ncitgtes (hlinited to L:,AU, but ill no ea;te lta;; than tI 2_ 0 ); ill the eint'f, difiablhf ltltt urthroflrh i neti dent ri sicln.ien: half tli wieekly wagec;i1' ia tle excep(lt Iwheni thes;e la 0lea -' a i etek wuhile; the \iwlcly itaymentt is 30s a wteek...

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LINKING-UP THE RIVERINA. QUESTION FOR PREMIERS' CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 March 1914

LINKING-UP THE RIVER INA, t.UW?.T(lON FR l /ll iNll.l,"S' l;ON On Wednesday the Mhl iiitIer for nailwa tys (Llo,. i\lr. Allclin oln) rei coived a d.eplUlatioln front Ihloloig and h )ist.rict., urginhg the tconlstrle. tioni of a line of railvway front Iloi long to liorlawirtarlhl, or ('hiiltter to connect that Iportiontt of the Iliv Orinai with the \:ictorian eystern. The deputationl colnlis.t'ed of lion. A. O. Sachsl , M1.1,.0., Mcs:s David l3ld, of Mool'Wathn, hon, tecretary, Cr, Tihos, Ashforld, ll rlow ng, I'lrei dent o{f tihe Rlailway leagle, Cr. W. leahy, of the latrlmert a11nd t 1 tlers' Ansocialion, Mr. ., ltaekley, Gooramadda, Mr. W. tHamilton, MA. W. Murdoch, ndul Mr. U. Morrih, iHowlIong distrit; IiMr. \V, yan, AlMr. T. )oohlin, (noramadt l' , lt; Dr1t1arkin, Ohiltern, ntacntmpanied t(i e depllta tion. .ing the viil t or U ilnid thi i was tliI.he appeal of the florm'er dnl prodl' .ert genherally in tlhe tIlltowlo distrwl ct t the ltiverlna to get tranlsp ort of their wheat...

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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 March 1914

(lENilAL, The U.S. Senate has rejected lhe Woman Sufnrage Iill, Iinman now leads in the billiard match with Ileece by 1211 points. Score, 5705." Iangford and tlmnhoat Smit h are to box in london abhot ulone l30 for i purse of £2500.

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 March 1914

Fat H?l i'oj.-Al- , ut 20,000 yaq'ded. Tho builk of the suplliy conisoted of frolu medium to uoeful grades, while the proportion of bet:; deiscriptionl proved barely ample for local trade requilrement,), 'Thec ldeinand woo briuk for good and plrime qualitibe, atd for such price:; ruled fully 1s per head ill advanlce of late 1rate,. Ow inlg to the colltilnuace of til) dry ecu athler, only a flew jlrazirt; \ere ope0ratilng, oall0leqenltlly for Imiddlling allld infer'ior sortI the1, demalln1d will dull aIt, aout last weOk'1 rates. Quotatione:--P'rime xsbred wothero, 20 to 23e; extra dlo, 23I GCd to 2.10; it few to 206; good do, 1713 (?d to 19i; extra do, 20?s to 2211 Gd, a few tO 2½7; good do, 14-,; to 16t Gid; 1co0n11d do. 12?1 to 13i1 Gd; inferior and, old from 8tC Gd 1upwardsd; prime merino Wethera 1813 to 20(1; extra do. 21n to 231 .id; good do. 15is Gd to 17,3; tseconld do. 121 to tite 6d; in ferilor from 10; 6d; witlh merinol ewea froml Is to 1531, a few to 17ti Gd,

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MISSIONARIES IN EAST AFRICA. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 March 1914

MISSIONAil1ES IN EAST AIICt'A, LONDON, 'Thnrday Night. Tho Bishop of Zýiuzihu' now pro poses the or' atLiotll of it 'tcon il, on which the episilco l all d ion-episc pal churchtcs, and also the Avicann.; would be represented, si o ait to avlloid the dilll itell l 's lconce tllllll he ;l iministl ition of lthe sacr'l (entPs. ine feiature of Ir. W\i-esol's proposalils is a C0onlinlonl i'Serv'i ofpimy., Not.-T''he conference of nlision arics held at. Iiliuya illn July, I93l:I, put forward a s:cheme of federaition on the t? Lsis that. all parties should acceplt. thie libhle, thel A:\post.les:' and Nicene ('creedus, a? l baptiism inI the. ntlnle of the 'T'rinity; that. all parties agree that unciollrlmed person, he not repelled front communion; and that all adopt a omonlili0 Prlayer, based on the Ang;lican Priyer-book

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 March 1914

R. W. BERRY O' [OTIIES the Public that he Iutl tackon over tho llootinkiiiig and lepairinmlug ]uiiiline! in Mlurphy Street, until recently conducted by Mr. (iOblenz. lie will retain the ecr vices of Mr. Frmiank Gee, who him beeoon with Mr. G oblenz, for the pIMt. 18 mlonths. Worknmmntlhip and Material 1uaranlteed. PIIICES, RIGHT. A T~riAL SOLICITED. 4' . '.. i u~r ,ý -i, a..:' .,, " ý'; `=ý:°: ý" ý""ýti .. ':+''r .k`Ii .rr 3yyý: :' ;· ;,Fý,; , I:lI: Ii?,?}w . l.: fqi'i;?'. :.;?'? 4 ,"'9 .)::ii.i :.`" '.1 - ,t ' , :: ... ..' . " .: f ,- .? .,_r'" q'l : +. `'/11 11- ' ' 1' F . ? .Y " ':''-h ý f . '7 :< >, : !,.` . , ::[ "'.:, ::!" : . r'/" ... .'S. - - t· ..· : ..I..,t i . " "- % 'i . -: .: . :.: .1 .a:ct ý,l . . h·l, : : ::,., r3,:;i4·l ·:-··'·.: i .···:: ,F :'1.ý :i~b :i .";: :"::.:."'.: ."!??" :,?! : : :::::;:': :::.i~ : .cei j:,,> ::·i tY? t,., , R:; u?i °ýS - ' ý .} ' : ' `ý ! r? t? ' - ;"; ý . /.-?; 1"f R ý.f , , . "+"; [` { .i..f+: .. .ý. :: . . C } , : .. . .....

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EDI. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 March 1914

ED ) I. A ra'e meeting \vun held at Stafl', IIotel, Edi, on ,lHaturday evening, Ith March, whemi the following olli cial were elected:--P-reePideltlt, Mlr. W. It. taill; vice-prenidenti, Menire J. hFleming and al J,. Owena; dtlarer, \lr, S, VWadeeon; clerk of sclled, Mr,. 1?, ?1"orann; clolck of courn', Mr, ',1, 1,.--Ii: , "iff ,,i h1h ii 0] .08 . t . o,, )+ h it, l -i. + . '' \lihifct , I , ,, II. McKay, .. i "le in , iT, 11. '.'c? i ' ?Vi.r,';.l?, ` Iluo uini l t 11. Ward l, 'l'ie riace are to bo held on 5tih MIay.

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OXLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 March 1914

OXLEY. o(ne day rcci'nt.ly Mr'. (. aiigh, J. \il;son and J. liarkir killed a tiger ,;tatke, w\it' h i iealsured foit feet nit in'hee. AL tt led by itst bulky apl Il'mnul te, Ht hy opensd it and killed u.. few el, than hi 11 yomg ones utena;. ut nd, ;,bou t lean inches.

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MILAWA POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 18th MARCH. (Before Mr. J. W. W. Beaven, P.M.) ALLEGED THEFT OF TURKEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 March 1914

WIIXLAWAl POLIC1ii COUII'1, (1 efro ~r 1 -, V . ea l I l) Couiitable G(reen char 'tl A liic Allan, of ?lilawa, with hailg til tlthl Mlarch toleni eight Lurkl'ey, t.l?e lropllrty of (lo, \VlWeth ??'er;l',?. , ai tihe vailIue of 36. Sergeant, leelkwith celildulctel the ci,?1 for till) police, and( defenlld nt, pleaded not guilty, (l1o. W. Fe?'gu-on, ;wforn, ,h'posedtl, a?tculed resided half a mile if in la hIi place. 11e lilll 8o tur.llkleys, lie l;d one flock of -10 turkey, that, wllider 'od over hitl 1roperty, ()011 ilniliili of 9th Mlarch they wolee all t hlre, buli, nt 6 pamn, 8 ,\ere ilit ?ingi, till lithi Consliltale Gr('eein and llt ,iited .he dfftnlidant', place. S('t he ?? id lhe haild only ix ii'ltkeyi. l'lhey could not, lintll ny snore anid left. A1i hour Ilter he went, with rht, ('(ou t;tahle to 11loyd' l property on tixlty Flatt', and there ui\, eight, t treyi whichli h hl idleltifielt lin hiiri by brown paint on the wns AlIgut (orlge Il'ergullonll, twoli, de lod1e) to n0...

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MEADOW CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 21 March 1914

MEADOW CREEK.           The following have been elected a       School Committee for State School No. 3431:— Mr. D. Farrell (Chairman), Mr. B. Jones (Correspondent and Treasurer), Messrs J. McKenzie, and D. Robinson.

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

D1STRJIC' N1WS OO00fIIAMAN. At a meeting of parente held in the t;elool, MoIIlnro G. l vei'itt, A. 1. Rtudllord, i. Mecl)Donald, E. Pldl lips , P. 11, AlcDonald and II. Kent weri elected school colnllittee menm hulei fo1r the te0on 1911 1917, Oin the following Haturday night, la omeeting was called to elect ollict.e and in ct tl them in their new potditione, Only fouir nlilcnlller woer present, iand owlng to the absence of the. head teacher, were unable to proceed with the hunine10'. The meeting will pro hably ihe hld on the Ilrl:tl \Ved e:day in April, it being the uiual date for the monthly ineot.inlg. A cricket mniteh againet l'eehel ha will be played at lloorhaman on iaturday, MYRIlIlEE, 'I'he Imemln rl'u of the Myrich''ee Cric klt (liuh ito ) ork ingl; energet io lly for the nntcea?i of the daince, to be held it lInt, March, in aid of the funds. (food mlitdt will be ,ngagcd, and the ltoor is heln 11 speeially 1-1- pirall , ;i patrons ii I y h'l e a ;uilrted of a good night's en...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS MACPHERSON, THOM & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 March 1914

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS ·------- --- NMAOIPHERSON, THJIO fi & (00, McPherson, Thomr and Co., C'or owa and braIncnllhet, report having held a highly nucccenful clearing tnlo on account Mr, I,. O, Goodwin, "Neowlandt," Corlen. Following are noluo of the prices realIiecd:-l-lack maro, 6 yearn, £33; bay gelding, 7 year:;, £,23; cheetnat gelding, £39; bay gelding, aged, £21; bay imaro, 4 yoearn, £30; bay maro, 7 yearn, ,33 101;; bay gelding, 3 yarii, £C32; cowve, £4 i6n to .;26 2s; 300 merino eweu, 3 and 4 yearn, 16i, 6d; 381 do, 151 10d, 3l?2 lid to 50h. McPherson, 'Ihon and Co., uCr owa and branchen, report having held a highly naceeneful clearing ualo on account of Mr, H, J, 11ill, (loul buen, Corowa (in conjunction with Menreu J,1 an,. Salnon and Co., ]lall dale). The following are unome of the pricers realied,.viz.:---O160 acrct of fallow, on lsharen, en; 100 netlei, do10. O1; lliverina dinec ,1218; waggon £41; ihtc lifter .13; Masasey llarroi hinder ,£21; harvester £19; ;I yea...

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A MYRTLEFORD HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 March 1914

A MYRTLEFORD HOTEL. A dispute in regard to the lease of the Ilutlalo h11tol, nMytleford, wasn determined by the Mtate thief Jrustice In the Ilanco Court on Wed nesday. Plaintiilo wore Andrew In grain M'tavin and Olara Adalinda ilcGavin, the owners of the hotel, and defendant was Mary Cerraty, who oCClllciie th place lounder an eleven years' lease, In ndlition to the hotel there was a i;ale yard andll ita hake house. Plaintithlls nought to recover Bostessiol of the piremi ,es because of certain Ireachies of the covenant by defendant to keep the internal prmnisei in repair, os lecially having regard to the bake house end of the sale yard. )lfeuldant denied any broach of covenant, and contended that if there had been anlly it had bien wai' dl. Inll reference to the hake house, it was set, out Ihat defendant wai: relicved from i'esponsilility, inms much as the place had been prohibit. cd from further use by the lfiispector of ]Fictori&'eI Iunless certlain i st.ruet ul' al nltera...

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CRICKET. ASSOCIATION FINAL. WANGARATTA A. v. WANGARATTA B. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 March 1914

ORIOKET. ASSOC(IATION FINAL, WAN(i?IATIvA A, v. WVANG(AIIAT TA II. The final match of the \Vangaralta and llletrict, (ricket Aesoelat.ion wat coiiniiic!ncdl oti the Wanigaritta ground oni Satullrday hetwc-en Ihe two local teamsr, Much interest in heilt? taken in the faimne. Should the II. team wil this gam~i they will he peinters, but shiould the A, team will the 11', having won the \hinor premiership, have the right?i to chal lenge. W\ang aratta A. had first use of the wichket, ald compiled 164, mainly through the line batting of C, 11. Meadway, who contributed 79. Meadway made thin tidy score in his best style, lie played cautious;ly, but as the same time hit freely, n?t much no that he hit lifteen foureres (accounting for 60 runs.) '', A. \Vil liamun (26) wvas the only other hats man to put up a fair ecore, whilo W. lIlekey (13)) iand W . Lush were lie only others to reach double fig ures. 'I'Th other wicket:; went cheap ly. Wang?au'atta A' wickets fell 'th1111 ---i for 3, 2 for ...

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 March 1914

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, A meeting of the (Conmmit.le of the Ovene nal l Mulrray Agricult.ural Hoc Jety was held it the 'Irlhcntre Royal on Monday afternoon. The re:d dent, Mr. A. (`lemen(i:, occuplied the chair, and othern prloi' ant were--Ales are B. 11. Vincent, E, A. Vincent, 'PT. Prentico, W. S. Mackay, W. (. I11n floeld, J. 'Trovutan, it ). I .onels, A. Swan, I-I. I'. Haundter, .I. G. (ihud. nor, It, 'ook, WIV, It, 1)oig, J, 11, Doc0ker, Henr., (. J, ii)oc'ker, J. 11. Docker, jutr,, A. II. ?inlt ih, T. 'F. Notcutt, J. Sisely, O. SNptrkcs, J. Dunoe, P. Naught.in, I,. N. (ithtther, H. J, Kleinin, F. Mecl)onuahl, ,IJ. It. Sandford, (!, A. lTeague, R. Mtan loy, II. F. 'T'hureau, 11. A. Murdoch, 'W, Callander, lDr. N, ,, Mc.('urdel, 1. 1R. laving, and the teerctary, II. -ialltgan. C().llllqNlPONI)ENN(?l. From (?hlanler of Agriculture, ask ing for aIIIiII11 u ill)heCl'ipt ill of Cl js.-IPa~sedi for )ayellnllt. on mlot)ion of Mr,. Smith, secondlld by Mr. Not. cutt, The Chambler of agric...

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GRAPE PICKERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 25 March 1914

The lposition in regard to the grapo picking troubnle remains uncllanged. There iii still a largo botly of un employedl mni iin tand around ullther glen and district, and it is unMer ttootl this state of alfairs will coln tinue till the end of vinitage, Thle special force of policc, which ill now under' the Ciianll d ofl It b.. Inspector Macgillieuddy, is still in the Ilutherglel caid Wahliguyah dite tricts. Certain con(i;tables are sta tioned at the larger vineyards and the others patrol the roads. The force of 100 mounited civilians, the menibers of which are lprepared to sterveti al special cotstabllS, it ready to mobilise at short notice. Order is thtsti maintaieiid. The civilian forcO llha been formed for defelllivoV tl'rpoesi only, and is not tit aig gre:i ve force. Vintage is proceeding als usual. ui one large cellar nlear Wahguniyah the cellarumen, ten in inuilteri, Itkiit g aIl vaiitage of the existing tiate of at. fairs, struck for higher wages otl Saturday. 'The manager r...

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