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DISTRICT NEWS BORALMA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 March 1914

)I r I (10r I NIE WVS IOfIiALMA, The followini ;, h Ve bwn h elected it "leh'li ('tii l ,it r. J. l lcit itr (chai'r'l' a ), i "It. i. fhitlderon (cl r trespoal' nt), A if h:; ;riI'tl. I liutlhel, 11.ii 1)illey, I . Jt , )al ,V , A uld : t )illey, ( , i01' Ov\ 'r. all inch of rh i ll ht l here on [lluor;d ty. IIYAWA'I I IA. tllli thati \ ti s ci' ;tllte d ou t i Itiidhri'o Il'it id iil, iit. lS.tlly of t. (0ht wi i;ihei d ovelr hall ;t pou dll, Jlt,, t hi fish decide, but it s cit' l if lie( t le'wnc \wa carlied thor' by I,hrdu. l(OIAIIN llAMAN. -\1 a i;tm tlin[1 held thin Week, it f\ it i lt idlc d ti ui tii ( t t he ta uaftlt l u; rt f 'atilh ritng 0til (fOctob er or A\ t itteeing of the 11lnt!I ell' (c on IUNI)AI.ONG. \ii, (tllt biut prietty wireddilig ,' t d celt'lt'' telt i at thee re?id ncl of Mrl, trd ll r':; Ii. Whitie , "iit +eovale," ltlitdltlt i. otn , t l t'etrualry 1iihi , t 'he their eldeth;l h datuhtel', Alice lealton, Ii\v. i united to ) r. Wi, 1 . 1 1ii '() I, ne it...

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

AIiEIN ANI) I'SW IN Y BARRISTERS & SOLICITOllS. RELD ) TITllhIT, \VWANUAIlATTA., Mr. Ahorn, Collllniusioner for New South Waleet, Trust and other Mloneyi to Iend. NOTOUTT & PURInIIIOK, Barrioters and Solicitors, REID STRIENT, WANGAlIATTA, Alr, T. F. Notcutt, na (onlnieidieoner for taking allidavite; Mr., F. , lur" brick, Trust and other Monoyi to Leond at Lowest Ratco, CHAS, 11. SUMME1BI, AR.VI.A. AROHITEOCT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta. JASPER IHUB1SANI), B.A,, L.L.B., Barrister and Solicitor. REID STREET, WANUARATTA, H. A. MUlJl)DGOII, BARRISTERI & SOILIITOIR, REIP) STREET, WANGARATTA. Commiseloner for taking Aflmdavite, Moneys to Lend at lowest rated. I'HOMAS GRAHAM, D.L., BARRISTER & SOl01IT011. The firm of t(raham and M.wrdoch having lbeen dislolved, Mr. tah1nlu will continue lbeinreo in Clllubornh In Conmllrcial Buildings, Reid Mtreet. Moneys are awaiting luvestniont at eurrent rates, DANIEL ,.I Ct)NNU,II, Barrihter and Solicitor. MURPHY S'rllEl...

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PRESENTATION TO MR. OKE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 March 1914

PitE1HN'T'ATION TO 1MR, J0KE, At the Town liall on Thurl; tday eveniuln Mr It, .1, (1e, who waft ia delegate to tlie A.N.A. Conference, wia's the recipi(l nl. 0f a ,l'presentation from reisidents ,of Wan,;aratta. Uin til the (Chrlti;tnu \va catioii Mr. Ulkt w?lu teaclherl of arts antd nature (tudly at the \Viingaratita Agricultural High Hehool, and now hoal; it toimilag r pdition at the i n l dito ligh Helh lhool. During hi residence her ' e ia rf au active force ill f uii:iring the i nter 1eltti of thei tovlwn, l \ls i onll . I ee rotary to the 'ro gre.I A (ss1ociati,J New Year' t 'ports I aIl Itow'ing Club, ad wI iinii teri .ted in olir bodln i(, The Mayor (t(r, (u. b \la.w;ell) pl c;id ed, andi othet lie; [rgit;l it were M il c W. J. ,m tliih, J li J. 'l' ea le, I [L A. Murdoch, li i . l .ii ; r ef ie, A. Pinker toll, A. ('1l n;dr J, J )l o ovlln, (i. Tweed, I, ,J. Hlick;, F. hirtcotacnk , J. ini dner, It. hlo ln, J.i llardesty, anld F, l chill. Tihe i llu yor, ad dreiessfll the ...

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RACE COURSE TRUSTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 March 1914

RACE COURTISE ThIUSTEE(, The annual meeting of the Conm Inittee of iManagement of the Wan g~aratta Racecoursl wlli held onl fiat ultday last. I'romn the balance isheet it will he seen that after cIiecting pernli?ent t improvmcients .2!9, and the usual outlay for interes;t atlnd Ililintenance, etc., the T'rustesv have iimproved the financial Pouition hy {:11o3 7s 5d, as complared with the previous balance sheet, lDlling the past year solnic 200 stullll were tilien ollt of the ctntre of thie grounds, which has greatly imuproved the alppell r;nce of the Courise. The collnlittee also eonltelllplate the er ection of fencinlg so that cheep, when roquilred, cnl he kept grazing on the track to eat dlowni the weed anild rnuk grlsses;, which have frequently heels a great trouble, e(ipecially at the time of the Show nmeeting. An alteration in pozition of the jock ey's rooim and([ extensioii of the weighing enclosure in likely to be etlfccted after the Cup mnecting, 13ALANC(E IiEE'l'. Th'lie, a...

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WHOROULY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 March 1914

WHOFOULY, O)ne hundred and tlen Iointo of rain were ijeordcd hero o 'Tuoesday,

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A.N.A. DELEGATES ENTERTAINED. BANQUET AT HER MAJESTY'S. ADDRESS BY PRIME MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 March 1914

A.N.A. DELEGATES ENTER TAINED. 1lAN(QUIT AT I111ER MAJ STY't$, ADD1)i ?S ]lY PIARIIME 1NIN''ITILt. On Wedneeday evening Hier Maj e?ty't T'heatre watt crowded, when a colmplimellntary bhlnlqet was ten ldered to the delegat:.es attonding the an nual (Conference of the A.N.A. Mr. W. T. Iliggini, I'resident of the local branch, occupiedt the chair, and alllIongit the pilroiminent visit.or were tile l'ritno Mllniitecr (llon, Joseph Cook,), Senator Ituitsell, Ar. (,.' J. Ahern, 1,11.11,, 1lon, I), Mackinunon (State Attorney (eneral), lion. t;, Elnlmliie (l,eader of the State Up 1poit ionl), 11o . J. lowe'er, A. L.A., while alnioigt the delegatel? i were Sir Alexander IPeacock tMin iiitrc oi J'idlucation), Senator itlakey, Mr, I', 'Tudor, M,1111,, AltMtrl 11. F, '. Tout cher and L,etnamon, M'tiL.A. The catering wnei in the hainds of Mr, 1), Kane, who provided a good dinner. An imtpronlptu Illtci[al pro gI'rtlll'lle, which illIllded t om well rendered and linnSiltg itemt i tltl H hbeen carr...

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GREAT FIRE AT AGRA. DELHI, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 March 1914

tiltlA'T l'1'll, ATl' AGiRA. 1)ldlI, 'T'hursdny Night. A di,,astrous lire took place yes it rdny at AgraI, 111 miiles from l)elhi. 'I'hi Ilmlllicilhal gralin 'godow\nii' inl 11te city caniiught lir'e Iun1 WveC Iuttted, All lttolltotiS mttinlltity of grailln Wal dt':;toyed. 'lh tl;iitnag is calculated 1to ani( tt to fuill lhlni of unpe.c (Ilout .12IL6II6),

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AMERICA'S HINDU RESIDENTS. SAN FRANCISCO, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 March 1914

A1 N FIRAN('ISCO, Thursday. A Ilimlu lphilosopher ]failled Ilar I)yal has been arrested in this city, 1and now awaits ext'adition on the ground that. he is an undesirable alien. The newspapelrs State that an extensive investigation is at psesent irote'din througlllhoIut the lUnited iat.s inito the actions of Hindusli residelntl in America, It is believed that many of them have been eln igaged in fomvnting sedition aitainist British rule in India, The Hindus in ,aliforiiia tpro lise to iput lup i liiialp struggle again;st the deporta tioll (of Ili1r )yal.

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THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 March 1914

M EI, IUllIN ', Frida' y Night. Wheat, was weak at 3es 9j?d. Oate was etasier at. Is l0d, Need 2e 3d. ('hall, wheateln .C;3 3;, naten ,23 17s ;d, l°otattos? Ci, 15e Carmenlll l , ,.C I10s Ilro\Yncill5. 1Unions; .tCi ls priile, ,C2 121 tid pieliler?s lteath of Mr P in igl.- ''he lea ith oc. clrred at, three o'clock yesterday al tenlloonll itl the \11Vaglurlltlt lhopitall of Mr, \Villiam l'ringle, late liconuee of the llull' I lead Hotelc, Early in the .pire:;entl, monah ile princtle hi: tuinkle, and wan onlinled tol his: bed. Un Monday hie heersle ill, ld onil 'liesd?tli ir, Dlocke' recomniniended his removal tIo l.the hospital, and there he lingered until ye sterldy, Death 18iu due to lBright,'e disease, and Clm plictiolis. The late Mr. P'ringle wan born inl Edinilurgh, Scotiiitd, bining the only nion of the latl.e Mr. \Vin. Pringle, of Gtlengyle 10odlge, lie was 50 years o' ()f age., anl had beetl it re sidenlt of Victoria for 219 years. 1lo leaves a wife and daugtht.er, T'l'e fuin...

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Late State News. EIGHTEEN LIVES LOST. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 March 1914

iLae State News. El IllIrl'LN II\'t I )?'I' Ill0i ?IANII, ,'ridtny. The I'rt'nch stalnr t,. Paul, 16 0 ouns, ,?t.rlck Hlith'n rock near |ri " h n illll r'ly thi olllrnlling, a ld mnlllk qluickly. Ihlihteen live' were lust., ICL'II IIn I I)Ibr of Ithe crew wer' -MI'P~.

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FIELD-MARSHAL'S RESIGNATION CONFIRMED. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 March 1914

l1 lLl)- MA1lSH \AL'S llISI(INA'T'lON (CONFli Ri Fll). LONDON, Friday. Ite last night the resignation of l,-ihIk-Marshal ,Hir John French, t'Chietf of tlht Imperial General Stall, and lirt;t. Iilitary inember of the Armly Council, was con Clin'lled.

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Late Cable News IRISH CRISIS. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 March 1914

It Cate a;bl --··-a·- -4 [FROM REITu ER.] IRISH CRISIS. I,)NI)ON, Thursday Night. 't'here would secmn to be no cud to the complexities and dillicult.ie,; which the Irish crisist is presenting to the Goverlllmnt.. To-day a conu lfrence took place at t.he 1ar Ollice, I et.w\eeni a dolzen, generals, holding he moren im portant divirdonal coall eolnds and 'inteld i-arshal Sir John 1rench and Lrieut.-eneral iSiri J. S. 4warta,I lirst alnd econd military MInlers of the Arlg y ('ollnuncilo ohe cnfeenclle tlated an houlr land tllhree quarterst, and at its conclusiot a replor got. into circulation that Sir John ,'ren'h and Sir John 1,wart had resigned, The Prime Minister had altl'udiellce with the King this aftlieron. Wlhen qluestioned on ' the ill hjic, fbset i uent ly, A ir, As:uith promised to make at st atemenlt, to 1iMr. I, yd-leorge, Chancellor of the 1xchequer, informed the IHouse of t'umonuns that the second reading dhate of tho Hlome Rule 11ll would he ta li(n on Tuesday, Wednel;day...

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

EDI RACE S, \WlI)NIt.)AY, MAY th. 1rI'orul iiinI : '1'IA1, -TI A lii? , 5;,li 5 fu'longe, IEnt.r'y feo fl, i, '' Ihirtne that. thave not I; wol Irace l' oe £6. I,tiLtA, 1IANI)IAN AP IlA('ll ' IAN'1, .C 10,;, secoinl lior1e1tO to receive Io0 out. of itake,"1 I ftlurlon! ;, En try fee 2n Cd, OllPN -fANI)1 0A l, .C1O, 100c'od( lhoirle to receive 3(i:', aml third 10 ( out of stake. Entry fee 1.0:i., 7 furllongll IUNY IRAiE,, £3, tecolld hlot;;e to receive 10; from i;t ?ke, 1,1,2 ait., half mile. Entry fee ;4t, 11ANDIe AP TiROT, of 30h, tecouid o1101it to rI'iec·ive to oat, of It tl e, 1" Mile. Entry to tid, ('.NS{LA'lION ITAKNI , ,12 o100;, secontd Ilorse to icecei vi 0I t outi of to1 ket. Ftor llwilllln tter furlohnlTs. ntry ,l) Gd, NOVilli'Y I PONY RIACEN, 13, econdtt horseO (to receive 10; out o)f take, 1 furlong . entrt y it;, ,Iltl'iet? chloht for 'ITial Staken, Upen Hanficapdi an l two lIoniy ltaces, to lbe in haitis of ,etrtarty on April 30th, e?nclosing iatne, eIie iait col our,...

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GENERAL CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 March 1914

GEN EilAI CAlLIES, Milliard Chtnpioneship,.-lnnan is now 3552 ahead of Ileece.. Sheepsikins Sales to-day showed Inn ildvlnce of d.,

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A.N.A. CONFERENCE. DISPLAY OF DISTRICT PRODUCTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 March 1914

A,N,A CONFERENCE. D1SP'LA\' (,' It 0lTit ltt' P11O 1)1 'I'S. Aln excellent. ;tuii ;imitl ll ill coni nectiOll wIli ltht t'o ttlflirnc' Waltt ithe (lispllay ofl plte oltluc' t the d i s trict, and ith t'xli)sllm n ill n the w'iVI - tl.Wi of \Ic.';r:;t l': t'al audtr and lorver, ip credistict to iny art;sitil it o it, and is a verty woitilhyt oui let, p;'ltl atly o vhtra tile! lunlt taai e ;Leatl 1301 ill c't r in';t l'te tl. 'iti ltc': I l brl'a Iet'tt of the A.N.A. i to hi c niti liiratttlt.tld on tairingi the otii ortualty of thit+ plreselnce of at u nty v'i triitor in the town from all pau'tsi of the ttite, to give thhes thte chlante of Iee ing the lvaried cluhilitie tof the district, l i 11 I Itpro acing one. llAmongst . t't co N 'titol)lo Ito theil display ls ti mo lt iotilstst l i, iit, Iii?'s the Atiritulltuail iligh ?ihtool nar, lll ,ar ltil ' llct ; Iilr ,l i ltan J. liMaonochiei, tof \\hitaield; titvat anild il ls, of fit. , leontd: I, ndri galn; t, I1, Nlson, ;outh i \llan...

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CAVALRY OFFICERS REMAIN FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 March 1914

'AVA\lEY OFFIltEHS IREMAIN II'I EM. 'I'eltIgral'Is recteived i L]ondon to tlay from ])ubllin and (iurr'igh (molt state that a nmajority of the otiicers of the Third Cavalry ltrigade halve reiterated their determinatiomt to resign rather than act, agatint Ulster,

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A.N.A. VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 28 March 1914

A.N,A. VISIT. It was the privilege of Wangaratta this week to receive the A.N.A. and to see its delegates at work, This closer view corrects false and makes new impressions. The. A.NA. dele gate of the Melbourne newspapers a decade or two ago does not exist, if indeed he ever did exist. lie was a very young young man, with the energy oi t dynamo, omlinous bumps, and a flood of talk, "weak, washy, everlasting." lie knew most things by intuition and made full use of this mysterious gift. At the same timuo he was fiercely loyal to his Associltion : and as wax in the hands; of aspiring native-born politi cians. We looked fpr this delightful young Gascon at the Conference and could not find him. In his place we found a man of forty, self-restrain ed, tolerant, alert, courteous. We are told that most of those present were as calpable of debating many of the subjectis aus those who spoke, but were. silent becau:se their points had already beenl made1c, and they wished to get oil with busin...

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CRICKET. WANGARATTA B. WINS PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 1 April 1914

ORIOC(ET. WANGAIRATTA Ii, WINS PIIMIEIl SHIP, (ite o1 gthe molsit cxlit.iig l(14i3ht't 'u i Cl'iaI l l ilt1111111 L K llt lte1 o111 atill' ll 31 y, 11)11 .I\e il':+lCC e O1 t i t Otl o h elllnllr 01Oi npect atILorl h, nLL t t \ell W n ~li.llll .l , lean ir , t tlilllti it p lyed oi 11r1 ILate prl'ellerl' up!, atd al halndl titl 1 l.lllop l1y 11 ) ll tlle 111 , ir, 1111 T11 , I'lan'ltice, thie pr'es:d;(llt (It o the. Wanlltglt l'ltle+ CA'.,', andlt It gr, at'+, sul~ppor't-r of 11a ttlla'i oLi3 (111111 11a 0 11 i(3port.l 'he Illtch S oilepi lti;eed o1 VC ,Y 3131.1 day, l hL Mn'Ich, whIn 'gcleiey ',a1t the toi' fronl l \illuls, and td'cldet d to hat, 'lhe A, teamln opeled with ill, \Williamlll anld ,J, Thoman+.,, t+o the Iowlinll( l( f (ltillllll ald 1 llt lL pherd11. They :;tar1ted hadly, Willianim' beting+ c tIletllt I1llian1 ly 111i the :il lu i 1 1y Ah, 131111 1o1(, 3 l| T homill 111 1111.. g Pile ,lclil hilwled, 11both by 11 ll l ., 1 for 2IL t01 , iMelitlviy a2111 T. l, \illilull...

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SHOOTING ACCIDENT. MR. JOHN SLATER THE VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 1 April 1914

SHOOTING ACCIDENT. --1 --- MR. JOHIN SIATiER THEl VIC'TIM, The nows that Mr., John Slater, of Bolhlinatwnarrah, was founld deatl in his paddoe the result of a gun shot woutld \was circullated yester day alfternoon, t l ld enilsed expreis eions of dleep regret tihroutiighot the distriets where he \wat kitowi. Mr. Shlter aid been misiiing from his homie sinic'e Moidtlay miorl·ninlg, lan1d yeet: erdty l fternfttn )titt brother James, while ttttt nearching for him t4:tmi cIlouse the tIet.id ttdfy lyinlg lnel' a wire felnce aoutll it qIILarter of a mile froim t he hottite. A (loublo trlre lled rech-lig g u was fe sidte the hotly, t one ehiargie being still in the .ut. I'irom the uttrrtloludilngs it apipenrt; thait, lie wiS' in the act of gettllng tihroughi the fence whoaen one hanrrel exploded, tihe chatrge cn tel itg fhe bodyl ('onst alo Green, of Miltwn, has prIoceeCded to the sitt. to ntake tihe necessary inqir ie. 'ithe infe Mr. Sli.ter was the second son of flthe late M,'. and Mrs J...

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HOUSE BLOWN INTO RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 1 April 1914

HIOlJUE PIA)WN INTO RIVElR. NAC-AMIIIlE.,--A eyclone viitted the (Goulbhu'i weir on Friday evening, Almost. e\veryl'; house wns lunl'ooled, ndl two dwellings were completely wr'ecked.c. O)n(! of these: lhomles in ili tile rlvcr. 1Extensive danulitgo 'I:was don( to tie sport's-ground. Scarcely a ilo\wer w\\' left in the gardens Nve'riy tree iin the park ii] damnged, '1nd it ill imlpotsiblo, to drive alon)O tIhe roads for fallen tree., Hay stacks we m\el' wn ilo\m a1,wa' ltllt m i-Oe of the sheaves are now stuck in the hranchee of trees,

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