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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 2nd APRIL. (Before Messrs J. Trotman and W. Callander, J's.P.) ALLEGED THEFT OF FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 April 1914

WANGAHATTA POLICE OUURT. 'IIUSURSDAY, 2nd APRIL, (liefure Messrs J. Trotman and W. Callandor, J's,P.) ALLEGED THEFT .OF FOWLS. Patrick Win, Durack proceeded against Samuel B. Sheldon, that about 2nd March at Glenrowan, he did feloniously steal four fowls val ued at-10s, Defendant pleaded nat guilty. Superintendent Davidson conducted the case for hlio police, and Mr, P, MoSwiney appeared for defendant, - The informant stated that on let or 2nd March toen of his fowls dis appeared, He reported the matter to the police on 5th March. Acoused's back yard faces the house he lived in, In consequence of something Constable Roach told him they wont to Sheldon's farm on the west side of the railway line. There he re cognised three white loghorn pullets and an Orpington rooster as his, Constable Roach gave evidence re garding the reported loss of the fowls. Ho went to defendant's farm on 6th March, Informant picked out four fowls which he claimed. Later, with informant, he saw do fendant, who ...

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BARNAWARTHA TO HOW LONG RAILWAY. DEPUTATION TO N.S.W. MINISTER FOR WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 April 1914

BARNAWARTHA TO 110W LONG RAILWAY, DEPUTATION T'Oi' N.1W. 11 MNIS TEll itdl. \V'Olt ES. A d0lutation ll om the lihlhng; Rlailway leag?me int tcrviewd the1 Minister for \wri,i, Mr. Art hur Grillith, in the exprc'- ttrain on gethuisday intuin;i, and pItt mit (llyt leagu O 'tI cise le uor i hi n. 't'h 1 1c in ister w?lilon travellit to the I'r liters' Cotnfecll'eo inll Mete?l llliune. The tleputaloni;;t ; were tMr, 1),w Reoid and Cr, Ilhy (ilumec Shire), Cr, Morlris (iutherglh'n Shire), o ti MrttJ. t. lcktIcy. 'They joined the ex press at, Al1hury, and thie representa tions were Imade on tlhe journey to YaIngal'at in. Mr, ieitl pt nted out the advant ages that woiteult accrue to the dis trict from a connetcion with Vic toria. It meant increased profit for the farmersn and the utilising of more lald for cllltivation pmirposes, He also placed Iefur tle Minister tlhe congested state of the variouls rail way .stations betlween Culeairn and Corowa, Nearly 700,000 bags V were delivered this s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 April 1914

STIIKES YOU ANY TIME. Never know when or where back ache paint will strike you. The kid neyn will go wrong, and when they do the first wainling is generally throuiih the Inac.d. Neglect meanm maniy serious ills, itL' only ita ;hurt step from cmoiinllol ba;ckliache to then nmatic pa ln, urinary dioudecrn, drolpsy, Hright's dle'atse. Dotn';; Blackiche kidcney I'ilis cure every ill of the kidney; and bladder. Head this te?tiniony, it tecll otf i cure that hlsted. lMr. Winl, lrandt, Saddler, ultrluhy Street, Wa?ggle , ttii, says: --' 5hi1e ilciiig )ooatn e Hacachlt lhidecy l ills I cmu Illove and walk about withoulit pain. In eliciting this loan's Back ache kidney 'hitls have done some thing for mint which no remedy could dlo previo sly, 1nd, in col ie'2lul ncell e, I colinider themit grand mlmedicine, I haid loie t bad with Ibackalche for ycarl, the pain was iii the small of imiy chart aid iinterfered with llmy nlmovenlll)tlS, If I ait downi for hull an hmourn' in a low chair it would ...

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SCHOOL AGE OF CHILDREN. IMPORTANT STATEMENT BY DR. LEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 April 1914

BSCHOOL AGE OF CHIlDREN, 1MPI'OITA'N' iTAI'AEMlIiNT 11 Y DR, LEACH. At tih meeting of the Schoiol Conunittce of the W\angaratta State clhool on W(lednesday night, 1)r. I each, ii(t.rict linpector, gave tn oul intereting information regarding the age at which local chiCldren com Iencec to attend schtool, Ile pointed out thatl at pre(?nt l aiCny children, who are not attending school and otlherls who come to School at too late, an age will alno(ti certiainly he debarred from winning ia cholarship or receiving ally ideqitt edulcationi . This was ia serious; pu it) tion. lIri. Ieaich Iadvi)ed that ar'entn having children o(ver' 41 years of ago hould sendl them (o schtool ;o that they will be able to :u'ca : toIll themselve" to the ;'urrounllidiii( g and gl'adually idrop into thil work, (hildren from foiur anl a half yearn to live a?ll ai half yearis ol agve eecd not attendl school live dlays in the wcekOl-they could attendi three or four d(ayi4. They would grow t(o ile; their school and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 April 1914

FLANAGAh, NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES. SATURIDAY, 4th APlIL, Sale of Wangarattia ullilding Blocks, Warby, lyley and Ovn()\' treets, account Mr. \. Ilourke. EIVl)NEtl)AY, Sth A A.I1IL. Myrtleford Fortnightly MaLrket. Lease of honinteand, also r sale o horses, etc,, on aNounlt Istate Michael Connell, deed, at Myrtle ford Yards, THURSI)AY, 9th APRIL. Wangaratta Market, TUEISDAY, 11th APRIL, Wangaratta Pig Market. IWEDNESDAY, 15th APRIL. Special Sale of Storoe Cattle at Myrtleford, THURSDAY, 16th APRIL, Moyhu Monthly Stock Sale,. FRIDAY, 17th APRIL, Special Horse Sale at Parkes, N.S.W MONDAY, 20th APRIL. Sale of Barnawartha Properties thoroughbred horses, etc,, at Bar nawartha, account Mr. A. E. T Bartley, TUESDAY, 21st APRIL. Sale of 468 acres freehold land at Glenrowan, account Executor late Mrs Hart. Sale of Property, Parish of Laceby, known as AM. K. O'Ketef's, 196a. 3r, 13p. WEDNESI)AY, 22nd APRIL, Myrtleford Fortnightly Market. TIHURSD)AY, 23rd APRIL, Wangaratta Market. ,...

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AGRICULTURAL HIGH SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 April 1914

AGRICULT1URAL IIGf[ SCHOOLi The m?onthly meeting of the Coun cil of Control of the Agricultural High lSchool, Wangaratta, was held yesterday afternoon, There were present-Mcssrs D1). liley (inll the Chair), Rit, , Vincent, J. T''rotman, W. IR. Doig, G. lKay, J. )Dune, C. Sparkos, J. HII, Sandford, 1). N, Christensen (Farm Malanager) and F,. Refehauge (Principal and Pecretarly.) Mr. 0Itefshauge reported that' the Minister for Education, ;ir. Alex. Peacock, had recently inspected the School grounds. lie was al('Colll(pai ed by Hon, J, Dowser, M.b,A., Cr. G. Maxwell (Mayor), Mr. A. Clenu outs (Chairman of the hligh 'Sichool Council), and Cr. W. 11Il, Edwards (S.S. Correspondent.) In regar(l to a request that ait vacant, block of land in Faithful street adjoining the 8tato' school lIe purchased for a play ground, the Minister asked( that the price requlircd by the owner be aer-e tained and forwarded to him. This, the Principal slid, has been dione, the figure quoted being U2800. A vote ...

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CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 April 1914

Walj;era'itta f.1otliocdLilt Churoh, SIJNI)AV, Al'lUI 5thl. Wa'llgarlatta 1l. -HJov, l)iggloby, W\Vtia'arattta 7. -tev. 1 , J, J Irown. I'hloriado ll,- -liv. J. ,J. lBrown. I Oldorlao 7.-- ?o J. '. l)ugglolby, livertoi ;J,- RUv,. , . J. irown, O('iirr i'xiitlra n ii|;c [3.- - ov. J. J '. ])tlggih!l)y. IlorlitiLiuaInI 11.-,- Mr. IoLcti'ii. florlhlia ;3,. M r, 'lIeterl),

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DISTRICT NEWS. BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 April 1914

DISTRICT NEW S, BEECHWORTH. A house occupied by Mre Margaret Connors and a young girl, at Wool shed, was dlcstroyed by lire at 3 o'clock on Wednesday morning. Mrs Connors was awakened by a loud crackling and she and the girl had just sufficient time to escape In their night dresses. Mrs Connors' hair was singed as she ran out of the building. BORALMA, Mr. Wam. Pleitner is at present suf treing from anl attack of )neumonia and pleurisy, He is contined to his bed at the Albion Hotel, where friends will be p)leased to learn, lie is improving under the care of Dr. Docker. CARRARAGARMUNGEE, The flirst meeting of the newly-el ected School Comanuittee was held ill the school on let April, Present: Me;srs H1. J. lenmit (chairmnan), T. Jacobs (treasurer), J, lloyd, and W, 13,. Houriign (correnpondent.) A letter was read from the Education Department stating that it has been decided to effllect improved lighting and ventilation as recommended by the Public Works Department.i The. 13dlcation D...

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WHEAT AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 April 1914

WHEAT AND SHEEP, ----+-- In the new work on agriculture now in course of publication by Professor Cherry is a valuable article on, the link between wheat and sheep. He quotes the saying of Sir A. Fitz herbert in his book on Husbandry, written in the year 1523. "An hus bande man can not well thrive by his corns without he have other cattell, nor by his cattell without corne. And bycause that shepe in myne ofynyon is the modate' pro fytablest cattell that any man can have, therefore I propose to speake fyrst? of Shepo," As the Professor points out "the old partnership be tween wheat and sheep is as import ant to-day as it was 400 years ago." We believe that, in the conditions that now exist for the Victorian farmer the partnership is more important to-day than it was so long ago in England. The frozen meat trade is constantly expanding as the excel lence of the Australian product becomes generally known. For many years Australian mutton has been sold to the people in England and elsew...

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RIFLE CLUBS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 April 1914

RIFLE OLUBS' UNION. A meeting of the executive of thit IIlioll \ai w heli at the llull'H; lead Ilotel, Wangarat.ta, on 31let Mlarch. (Captain Pearce (Sprinlghulrt) oc Clpiedl the chair, and there were alib1 erelent Ale?ats Ct'othwaIite (K(iewa Valley) , J. hlaxter (lflarnawartha), J. Ritchie (Murray River), A. Aelh meuad ((lhnrovan), 1. (unlmhold (1v ertolL), F. buron (S-walpool), W. J. Smith (treasurer), ald Stan lllray (tecretlry, ) I lefoire proll'cedings clill llm ncedl I lIe Rev. 1. W. Wraty, formerly of Yarra von.ga, wart cordially welcomed, Il?ad invited to takeli a seat at the table. ( orretfll poi(deuce wart read fromI \ Mr. (. J. Aheru, 11.1,lt., that the tln ion'n appllcation for 1more, targets lad hee tll clllcel sfulll, The l)lep1rt Iment had madei( a grant of t150 for three tar:ets and imlprovemes.?t,---lt. Wall decided to foi)Warllld it letter of (.hanks to Mr. C. J, Ahern, pi11.11., for hit; attention, The challenge of the 21 Union (Metrlopolitall) for a llittch at E...

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Cost of Dredging Inquiry Board. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 April 1914

eost of Ieildging Inlquiry boao'd. Aecording to tan oficial tltatlem nt, of WilliantlstovnII, 1hai been tratulinfrred to WainIlgtarattia to till the vIIacancyi eallised by the trnolsfer of Iontaiible llyan to ltui.;cll ot-reet,. 'Th+? latter leaven for the city o(l itlu 1ay. Piggin Bowling Shield ,--The Itathir glen team oil WVedaesday sneceeded in defeating Corowa, who has It 1chal longed them for the right, If holdilng; the Piggin Shield, The game were intensely exciting, tand ItItherglenl won iy one poilit, the s;corlll, being 95 to 94. The State Electoral lohls.-The new catlnvass for State elect(oIl roll hitl been complelted in 12( out, of 17 il ectoral (livisionls, comprising, 398,000 names. AlmongsIt those c)ompleted is Peechella in the Wangarltta elec torate, which ehluvls 2?1 namnes -till lder tlhe new canvlla;, compallllred with 425 on the existing roll. States Pictures,- On Wednesday night next the States' Pictures will show in Her Majesty's Theatre. A line programme of dr...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS DOIG & VALLENDER WANGARATTA PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 April 1914

I~UCTIONEEHL' IUWOII'8 1)01(4 & VAJd1~N1WR WAN(L\HA'I'I'\ IC MA in~; kT. I tikIll / In; 1/I IYWill 8; n/c t)'IttItucttII 21c, NI. t'I\t'tII 28uu till, [ui'W~ttd, WiliVif 11(1111 (LIi ~tI~kCI~~ 1'1u~CW

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SCHOOLS' COMMITTEES DELEGATES CONFER. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 April 1914

SCHOOLS' COMMII'TEES DELE GATES CONFLti. c--..-- a- ----ยท A meeting of two delegates from each school in the Oxley Shiro was held at Moyhu ' on Tnursday after noon. Present:--Mossrs W. Lewis W. 1), Gibb, Jno. Dougo, J, Malh look, H, McCormick, Jno, Carmody, RI, Moore, 11, Jones, J. D, Cozens, W. Nicoll, G. Lcan, S. Olarke, E,. Martin, , Farrell, T. Horring, W. Westwood and several others, in cluding a few Inladies, On the motion of Mr, Nicoll, sec onded by Mr. McCormick, Mr. Coi en wah votedw to to the chair, In ex plaining the object. of the meeting, Mri'. t'ozels quoted Mr. 'Tlto's re markus at, the Mellbolrlte Conference, wlich were to Ihe ellect that in a little overr one year the lsuit of JX23,O00 hadl Ilee raised locally hy School Conuiitiii tees. l1,i to the pro tOln.t timelll Iihout. C,18,000 had been raised; there \u'ire 20011 committees in the Sl-talo and L1,0i00 nmet- aind women \\oriiillg ill thle intere'Cts of schools, thit meect jt!:, urnl ixslliliiieltl wehiit liutl b...

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PRESENTATION TO MRS. S. T. PURNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 April 1914

PRESENTATION TO MRS. B, T. PURNEiLL. The Wiian'iiarattt Cr(oitiut. lawn irCnLticLicd an Liiililittid ticenc on Wed nleiday iiftroiuon Ilat, whln the plre isLillc of lioilh' i ixty htdicn added bril litaniicy to thie ai'?te dy r'e;ipinde!tl, lawnl . 'i'ho latl(t,, toiiru in (;ri'ilisoni taiilgo iinLl bliue worn ili y tile' lldici lent It not iiii oiiilnig?L' dltih of col Sur o tl th verdtliiu law\sI, where the lfteriioonz tea-tiable reig?;ld in all ltl fplcnlour, will it t;ionowy cov cring' niil tlrt(oturtionr of icair)Ct gtlrnuiillnii tiii.l a ii, r not to iniiLL tion its dilnity blurdill of tiklkac., 'Tilo oc casion o( thiL lective ! ;lILhriin Wviin t y td-y to y go-y tMr', |'urnlli, wlho left tor I'ortlidi yesterlday. Mir,h PI' lrncll \viit i 1 'n tii ll ilitit C ti)orlt in gollinig, tettlis ami croquet cir cles, iiandl hitad lid iiiaily frienild? lurin'lg lih r tein y nlL'i; ' ieiidlllce ill Wnliigratta. It,0 w: i dieccided ItlIt the colilliiiild i llin ,loil ildll cIitCrtain Mrr...

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WANGARATTA GENERAL SESSIONS. THURSDAY, 2nd APRIL. (Before His Honor Judge Moule.) [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 April 1914

WANGARATTA GENERAL SESlSIONS. Tltil XSD'AY', 2nd A P lI,. (Jefore lis Ilnotor Judge Moule.) Alice Allan wlli presented tagainst for that on 9th Malnrch at, ilawa she did steal eight turkeys, the pro perty of (Ieo, Welch I'ergtonlhll , Accused pleadled not guilty. Accused was futrther chartged with having received the turkeys knowing theirt to have been :;tolen. Aculsed also pleaded not guilty it thin charge. Mr'. 'Pho. (irlllllha nlappeared for thle iprusecution, andli Mrt'. F. !. 'urlrick for accused. The followinlg jury Wan) nilipcnel led:--.i, lielardnlore th'ormeltln), 1I. J. lullied, P. Altontev, W. lHandley, J, A . 1l, alt ie, (I A. e('htrlton, l i. chaiird With havinig toleln (eight turkeys trotm (I, 1V. 'tergeion. The interlpretation of the word stealing meant taking the goods with the wil ful intention of dlepriviing the owner of them. The turkeys were valued at 36s. A gentlelnan out;side the court had r'emtarked to hint "llatn all thist crowd bIeen brollght together for a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 April 1914

BAIRRISTERI1S & t.OLI1.'1'TOl. RElD STtREET, \VANGAllATTA. Mr. Ahorn, ComnniAsioner for Now South Wales. Trust and other Monoeyc to Lond. NOTOUTT & PIURI311IOK, Barristors and Solicitors, REID TREET'I', WANGARATTA. Mr. T. F. Notcutt, a Commisnioner for taking atlldavits; Mr. 1'. C. Pur' brick. Trust and other Moneyo to Iend at Lowest Rates. CHA8. H. HUIMMERS, A.R.V.I.A. AROIIITEOT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta. JASPER HUSBAND, B.A., L.L.D., Barrister and Solicitor. REID STREET, WANUARATTA. H. A. MUIRDOCIH, BARRISTER & SOIICITOR, REID STREET, WANGARATTA. Commiscioner for taking Aftldavito. Monaey to Lond at loweut rates. I.'HOMAS GIAIIAM, B.L.,, BARRISTER & SOIIC1TOIR, The firm of Orahain and Mlrdoch having been dissolved, Mr. .;aslhami will continue luliucica in Chambers in Commercial Buildings, Reid Street. Moneys are awaiting investmont at current rates. DANIEL J. CONNEIId, Barristor and Solicitor. MURPHIY STREET', WVANGAIRATTA (Next Mr. Vandonborg'o...

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DEATH OF MR. JOHN SLATER MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. VERDICT OF ACCIDENTAL DEATH [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 April 1914

1)IEATII OF' YIR, JOHN BLATER MAGIS'I'ElIIAI, IN(QlJIRY, VERDIWCT Oh` ACCI)IDENTAL On Wldnlcilay a mIlagiltelrial in quiry way held at lDobinawarrah, bh fore AIr. J . T Gibb, J.1'., touching the death of John Slater, of Dob inhawarrah, who wld founld dead in hii; paddock on luti. March. CoI alable (Irein, of)[ Milali, conducted the inquiry. IThe following evidence wasi given: Jul ncioe ;jlater, (lcpot l: I all a i'tzier reidintllg at liobiniawarrah, the body lii that of miy brother John ahl.ter, 6-1 years of age,. Deceased wa',; Il llaarried alll a fillerl, Ho r0 tlided by hihinelf at lhoilinaWarrah, anl about half ta ile from my pilace. I laslt aw deceaccel alive iabout 2, p.m. on 2ath Mlrtch. lie, wail then in his usual health and ?pirits;. Abiut I8 ii.I, onl 2'Jth March 1 call ed at, dceaeiod'Ii place to etlce flm, but lhe waii not at home. I called agaili on 30th larch, but h1 wai not at home. I called again at 9 na,n. on 31nst Marih, and lagail he 'walt not at hotle. I called a...

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THE DEVASTATING DREDGE NEW SCHEME AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 April 1914

THEI 1.f ..AS lA'.ING DLREDIGE NEPW SCIIIEME' AT WORK. IIl order to give early eleet to the deci;iotl; of tie State Cabiniet lr garding' dredging, 2,r. J. 1). 13ro\wn, Minister of Mines;, tonferred oi 310or lday with llicera of the 11ins;, llands a?l- d Agricultu'al i)llart itel its. The conlference dealt with the metthodsi to lie tadot ed ill rdeilr to enforce the ov'elltault; ill thile l ?e :; of the dlltelgilng c ill pani ,:> it Wits ar'angced that the D eparl.tiaetIi oif Agi'iculturle tihoul lliIprepae 1aps 1lheovill the soils on the dredging ,trun; that soil retmov eld ithoild he re;toled wlherever it had a depth of 2 feet 1 r 1 t are, ol 1 l;that the hleit;ht oC f the riveir aiinkt and the d(hpths, of the rive'; should )il delll li .+ 1 1 Iaild a proper survey of the areall conducted, Mr. A, 11. .her rin, chief mtnllill illpectotl.r, ,ill hli ve charge o(f thie work decided oin. 'filI M -iitlitry may very well give inmaediate on;l;iditation as to the actrial \'aluo of the B...

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MOYHU RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 April 1914

MOYHU RACES. _., -- f --- - Followving are the weights for the Moyhu races to be hold on 'WVodnes day next, 8th April: Novelty Pony Race, 14,2 au., 4 furlongs.-Lord Argyle 9.10, The Doctor 9.8, Rendezvous 9,6, lRed San 9,8 Miss Kathleen 8,8, Silver Pin 8.6, First Shot 8,0, Pickles 7.10, Vivace 7,8, Playmate 7.7, Lady Glen 75, All Kilt% 7.5, Glee 7.5, Nin 7.4, Lady Fair 7.4, A.R.V. 7.2, Littl Smoke 7,2, Maggie Moore 7.0, High land Mary 7,0, Maryvalo 7,0. laiden Plate, 5 furlongs, WF.A. and Lady 8.12, Cl0irisport (late id) 8.12, Five Star 8.12, Monafair 812, Lord Hamilton 8.11, br. mare by Bloodshot 8.7, Lady Do Wet, age wanted, Trial Stakes, 6 furlon,.-Port Loule 9,0, Casemate 8.13, Gnuarmel 8.11, Lady De Wet 7.0. Handicap Pony Race, 14.2 a.u., 4 furlongs,-The Doctor 9.8, Rondez vous 9.6, lied San 9.2, Royal Shot 8.12, Miss Kathleen 8.6, Silver Pin 8.6, First Shot 7.12, Pickles 7.8, Vivace 7.6, Playmate 7.5, Lady Glen 7.3, All Kilts 7.3, Glee 7.3, Lady air 7.2, A.RV. 7.0, Little Smok...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MONEY IN EGGS. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.") [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 4 April 1914

MONEY IN 1(I'GS. To the 1lditor of '11"3h Chrol31 Sir,--In1 regard (o lily 3hl3133 mado at the Gelneral Meeting",. 3 he lihvwa Iairy (Co,, i3 regard 1 g trade i te i te United ;IStI and ( eat. ri'ltain, I wo' ld, in 0 e to ; l tailntil to t3hem3 , he a; Sif you would give ( i \\wilng an taken from the " i33es;" of 1'3e3ru3ary 7th 3 l3l33 ' t:,:?'"' 3he value otf poul33try 1 I)ultry Iproducts otf (i0'lu:; 13i3 du i l ar 1912 in the llnit.ed of wllolit' otuninoted to (.heincl 013 of 'I .,11 3000,(01), e?e 1 dill 3 3l33 e of tLe whe'at (crop, th 11 cr l), atud t ln tim ei the valuetllt 31l crop3," I n 1 r 'eport, ontil 1 oh . ty industr'y ill 3'3e tt. 1l'il.ain i i aeted "Mol'e an' d 3 t31111' olty, 'o 33 laid et.L.er' eg()g'" hl3t3 b1' o Prtler extent, thaln ever the y oh year lnder reliw, ' fr i 1at\0 rupplivs are concerned111 ha h ,ll rise i ll round, i;1 that. contilmplion is advancing / ore ridly thaun production, (,' ntive or foreign, What i tr in Biain is elually the ruse in ol ...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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