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CON[?]ENSATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 January 1914
CON CESSATIONS. I Ttiierc is not one house to let Within I reasonable distance of the Beechworth I post office. Two men who wore I house hunting last week were willing: I to go a mile out but even then j could not get houses. | In the four days racing at Perth the sum of £103,330 10s was in , vested in the totalise tor ! WOODING, Working Jeweller, Largest stock. Mainsprings fitted 2/6. AH "Watch Glasses 3d. The third annual swim through Perth from Applecross 3 distance of nearly five miles was won by Alice Harburn, aged 13, who had 65 min utes start. A bookmaker named William Mas terton was stabbod' in the back by a woman on Saturday, evening in Fitzroy. The interstate cricket match re sulted in New South Wales Securing an innings victory over Victoria. Rev Frank Milne, of Parkville, said his opinion of "mixed bathing" and "mixed camping" was that they were simply, abomination. -TUio averag-o citizen was slack about religion and lie gave, as the cause of this, material well-boing-th...
SUCCESSFUL STUDENT OF MUSIC [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 January 1914
SUCCESSFUL STUDENT OF MUSIC J We: arc pleased to be able'to &lt;rc-: cord the success of another musical student, Miss Lena Hall, of Yack .andandah, who has passed the ex amination of the London College of Music for the degree of Associate. Miss Hall, who had to go to Mel bourne for the examination, is now entitled to use the letters A.LC.M (Associate of London College of Music) after her name, a distinction which few country candidates obtain. Miss Hall is a pupil of Mis Man ton, D.M.S.V, who Is justly proud of her pupil's success.
OUR MELBOURNE LETTER FOUNDLING HOSPITALS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 January 1914
OUR MELBOURNE LETTER FOUNDLING HOSPITALS. Tho recent revelations concerning " baby-farming," together with the fairly frequent cases of infanticide that como to light, almost look as if there is really no adequate check for these sort of things "save and except" the French system of found line hosDitals As is well known re garding these institutions in the coun try above indicated, baskets are pLacea near the main gate, into which infante whose advent into the world is anything but wcicomo are de posited, and they are cared for and brought up by the Sisters of Charity, who manage these hospitals Of course we are "bound to hear the same old parrot cry about " en couraging immorality," the influence of which prevents the "social evil" being dealt with in this country, so as to place some check on the pro gress of a certain awful disease, but it would be far better to . have less murder of babies, even if there were an increase in laxity of morals. The country wants men and women, and ...
PECULIAR TILL ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 January 1914
PECULIAR TILL ROBBERY. Mr Robert Taylor, manager of Shaw* Bros.- branch grocery business in Camp street Ifcecliworth, has re ported to the police that about 2os in cash was abstracted from two .small bags used by him and his . assistant to contain their £1 each of .change with which they commence each day's business. The cash re gister is always left unlocked in order that burglars may see that it con ' tains. nothing of value . without dam . agings the. machine. Upon entering tne shop with his wife late on Nev.' '.Year's night. Mr Taylor was surprif-cc): when Mrs Taylor pointed to two or tivrce silver coins lving on the counter. N«xt morning Mr Ryan, the assist ant, found there was only a few shil lings' instead of £1 in his change bag, Mr Taylor was informed and found that his change had also been depleted. From both bags only the larger silver coins were taken the small change being left. There wore no marks on any window or door to indicate that they had been forced and, as tho ...
BOXER'S CHALLENGE ACCEPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 January 1914
POXER'S CHALLENGE ACCEPTED. | Hecently a man named Claude Walsh issued through these columns a challenge, accompanied by a deposit pf £5, to box Bill Towor, a local boxer, who had incurred his dis pleasure apparently. Tbwer re turned to Becchworth a day or two ago, and iij another column of this issue announces that he lias accepted .Walsh's challenge. It is under stood that 'flower has friends in Bcechworth prepared to back him for a fair amount against the Melbourne man. Tower insists upon the match taking- place not sooner than three weeks after the signing of articles. It has been suggested that this con test take place at Queen Victoria Park where there is ample seating for the big croyrd that can alwayn be regarded as certain to attend a igenuine test of skill between two expert boxers.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. BEECHWORTH TO YACKANDANDAH [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 January 1914
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. BEKOHWORTH TO TAOKANDANDAH On Mondays and Wedneidays . train I leaves Beech worth at 2,40 p,m, and reachet Yackandandah at 8.20. On Thnrsayg a train leaves Betohwortb 10.3 a.m. and arrives at Yackandandah 10.42 a.m. EVEBTOH TO YAOKANDASBAH . AND BACK. . . . OnThoridaysonijr a iaixedtrain leave Everton for Yackandandah at 8,60 a,m reacbei Beechworth at 9.38 a.m., leaves Beeobwortb.at 10.3 a.m., reaohes Yackan dandah at' 10.43 and learei at 11.40 for Beeebworth arriving at 12.51 a*d at 1.11. arrives at Everton, YACKANDANDAH TO MELBOtlKNE On TuesdajB, Thursday!, and Saturday (only) a mixed train leaves Yeckandaiidab at 7.0 a.m. aud arrives at Beeebworth at 7.61, It leaves Beecbwortb at 8.10, reache Wangaratta at 9.18, and catching the ei press at Wangaratta at 9,38 reaches Me) bonrne at 1,50. BEECHWORTH TO MELBOURNE. A train leaves Beechworth daily at 8.1o a.m., leaves Everton at 8 45 a.m., Beeob north Junction at 9.10 a.m, and ar rives at Wangaratta at...
HOBART PRINTER'S STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 January 1914
HOBAB.T PRINTER'S STRIKE. The strike of printers in the offices of the Hobart "Daily Post" and "Mercury" has not yet been settled. Owing to the master printers and employes waiting for each other to make the first move a deadlock haa arisen. There is a feeling among those who voted against declaring the strike that the union executive is in a measure to blame, and' that if it had been properly engineered the strike would not have had occurred. It is also stated that irresponsible youths not yet out of their apprenticeship and ptaers similarly circumstanced voted against the acceptance of the pro vincial rate offered by the masters, while all those who supported its ac ceptance were journeymen. Regret has been expressed at the neglect of the Australian Typographical Union in not sending an official to- Hobart, for his judicial mind would have stopped the trouble by formulating a reasonable demand. The papers affected are being pub lished under difficulties. The Socialist . Labourites...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 January 1914
J5*2J P. BARRISTER AN9 SOLICITOR S*or4 Street, Beecbworth . NEXT. BANK OP. VICTORIA. KAWAY 3t NORMAN asa»wai» ANG SOLICITORS Beechworth, Yackandandafc and Myrtleford. MpKEY TO LEHD IN ANY SUMS ST. ANNE'S PRIVATE HOSPITAL -Registered. MEUl,OAf.. SUHUICAL ic MlDW.;rEin' PA IJTN'TS. TAKEN. - .' "? ' : JPrqpi'ietiesB -MtSS El ENSI'X' Tclepbotie 5o';S" ,-Y..J'j Sol, Green, MELBOURNE, ALL COMMISSIONS EXECUTED QN GOVERNMENT LICENSED RECOURSES. SumW.NT' ADDUESS Sol. Green, meirour^.
POLICE PAY FOR ERROR. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 January 1914
POLICE PAY FOR ERROB. Having proved that he was not Sparks, tnc prison-breaker, James i Albert Grifiitns (or Edward O'Neill) was enabled to go free on Saturday. To-day he is making* arrangements to return to his farm at Omco, anrf Tais morning he accepted £2t> from the police as a solatium. Griffiths called at the detective office and was questioned regarding the state of his finances. He ex pressed his willingness to accept a sum equal to the expense to which he fnd been put owing- to the action c\' the police in apprehending and de taining him, and fixed the amount a.t £2(5.
Children & [?] Times Published Every TUESDAY and FRIDAY. TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 January 1914
(fhilfcm it* rr? Published Every TUESDAY and Fill DAY. ^JESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1914. It is satisfactory to know.that both Mr G. M. l'rendergast and Mr \V. &lt;?"Wattrr-tho former during his brief period of office as Chief Secretary in the short-lived Emslie Ministry, and the latter as Premier once again deprecate the use by the detectives of this State of what is known a3 the "third degree" iit connection with accused persons, and much more so In the case of those under suspicion merely. .This method of inquisitoriil "pumping", of persons w simply a I'cv.val Uuc'er another form of what was known in the Middle Ages as putting a peson to the question, sive that,whereas in tfio^e remote times . the torture was of a physical char*, acter, it is, under the "third degree" methods, of a mental one. It is rather strange that this process should toe of American origin, but it would seem that some peculiar phase? of the administration of the criminal law are t'j bo found in that country, ...
BEECHWORTH RACING CLUB. NEW YEAR MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 January 1914
BEECHWORTH RACING ' " CLUB. NEW YEAJl MEETING. The Now Year meeting' of the Baoohworth Racing Club was not a success. The club had done every thing calculated to attract -big fields such as increasing the prize nionoj and preparing a splendid _. running track at a cost of over £20, but the Cniltern meeting, proved more at tractive to owners and trainers and finals at Beochworth were small. The . attendance was also much b low ex noctations, and wc understand that 'teiw are to be tuken to pr:vcnt.the Bccchworlh and Ghiltern meetings clashing in future n The gate receipts were abojt 4.90, as against. £110 ^ niectiiifi of 1013, and £168 for 191-. I'ndeWed by the poor patronage received, the stewards and Ml B Voodhead, secretary earned out their duties in good style and to the utmost satisfaction of their patrons, and tliere were no complaints. J"" W Tcssell had charge of the tea rooms, and Mr Ony of South Mel bourne, who conducted the publican s booths, gave--entire satisfaction to tne...
[?]WN TO WOLVES. WHY MR BILLSON WAS EXCLUDED. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 January 1914
THROTrJI- TO "WOiVJSS. ; \vuv ^- raixsdNi^AS v '' . .-EXCLUDED. lv. On JVidayceyeiiing Mr'A. A Bill son rnf.i n number of his supporters at Bright, and during the course of an atUUxss reroiTcd aL. longih; to })js non-inclusion " in - the reconstructed Watt Government. Mr Billson stated that personally Ko had. 119 r?gj*te. ait not Vicing included in the new team, ^ut- after five years' administration of four departments, which jje claimed had not-lacked'.in'vigour-or judg ment,-he felt that his constituency had received r a rebuff.", Ilis onlyl complaint: was -.- tiie: way v in ' - which lie was disposed . of;!:,', Hu ,h;>'d .received [ no intiinationfrom the Premier either before or since why he was excluded.' Mr IVatt -had !only, recently at a public function at Beochworth eulo gised his .work. Bo appeared to bo thrown . out' simply to gratify the wishes .. of. tils' piirsninL' wolves. He would still miunlaui his atiit'-uie cf a deniijoroiticj Liberal. but hn bole veil the recen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 January 1914
ROYAL MAIL LINE of COACHES. BRIGHT TO MOUNT BUFFALO! WINTERTIME TABLE .WHEN PRACTICABLE. Leave Bright, Wednesday, Thurs day and. .Saturday, 9 a.m. . - Leave Buffalo, Wednesday, 4 p.m., Friday, 9 a.m. ; Sunday, B p.m. BEEOHWOBTH AND CHIt/TERN. Leave Beechworth daily at 10 a.m. returning from Chiltern at 3.46 p.m., on arrival of train from Almiry. Fare, 53. BEECHWORTH AND YACKAN DANDAH. Leave Yackandandah daily at H a.m., due at Beechworth at 1.20 p.m. Returning from Beechworth daily At 3 p.m. Fare, 2s 6d. WODONGA AND TINTALDRA, VIA BURBOWYE, JEfJELLIC AND WALWA. Leave. Wodonga every 'Wednesday And Saturday at 5 a.m., n&turnin* from Tintaldra every Monday ana Thursday at 6 p.m. Fare £1 Be. " TALLANGATTA & OORBYONG, VIA KOETONG AND OODGEWA. Leaves Tallangatta daily at & a.m., returning- from Oorryong daily at 7 p.m. Fare, 15s. TALLANGATTA TO ESKDALI AND MITT A MITT A. Leaves Tallangatta daily at 7 A.m., returning- from Mitta Mitta daily At 9 a,m. - MTPTAMITTA AN...
CLOSING HOURS FOR MAILS AT BEECHWORTH POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 January 1914
CLOSING HOCRS FOR KAILS * AT IBEECB WORTH P03I OFFIU.E. Everton Railway Station, Tarrawmgee Railway Station, Eldorado, Travelling Poet Office, Wongaiatta, Benilla, Melbourne, 7.26 a.m. daily. Everton. Raiiway Station, Travelling Post Office, Wangaratta,' Melbourne, 2.36 p.m. daily, Friday afternoon excepted. Gapsted. Earobin, Myrtleford, Bright, Porepunkah, " Wandiligong, Ovena Vale, Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, ".26 a.m.; Tuesday, 2.30 p.m., Ovens Vale excepted ; Friday, 6 p.m. Oven» Vale ex cepted Baarmutha, Murmungee, Silver Creek, . Hurdle F.lat, Stanley, Wooragee, Yackan dandah, 2.36 p.m. daily. Woolshed, Beids Creek, HilUborough 2 36p.m. Tj-sdays, Thursdays and Batur, days J. D. T2DT30N PutmMter. Printed jwd paMished -by THOMAS P. E. POHEITT at his offlr#, Camp street, Beechwortb, in the ' State ou Victoria, for thn Pro ' ^ prieiora, A, ?orrifct ft C+.
ARRIVAL BEECHWOBTH PORT OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 January 1914
ARRIVAL BEECHWOBTH POBT OFFICE. Sverton Railway Station, Tarrawingee Railway, Eldorado, Travelling Pist Officc, V,'angaratta, Melbourne, 2,20 p.m., daily. Everton Railway, Wangaratta, Travelling Post Office, Benalla, Melbourne, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, 10.20 p.m; Tuesday, 10.42 p m.; Friday, 10.84 p.m. Gapsted, Eurobiu, Mfr>!eford,- Porepun kab, Bright, Wandiligong Ovens Vale, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9.38 pro. j Tuesday, 10.V2 p.m.; Fridays, 10.34 . Saturday, 3.20 p.m. _ , Baarmutha, -Murmungee, Silver Creek, Hurdle Flat, Stanley, Wooragee, Yackan dandah. 1 SO p.m. daily. ? . Hillsborough, Woolnhed, Eeid's -Creek Tuesday, Thursday, Katurday, 1,50 p.m.'
THE TENNIS ASSOCIATION. January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 January 1914
THE TENNIS ASSOCIATION. January 7. May Day v. Stanley. Alpine v. Beechworth. January 21. Alpine v. May Day. Beechworth v. Stanley. January 28. .Stanley v. May. Day. Beechworth v. Alpine. Februery 4. Stanley v. Alpine. May Day' v. Beechworth. February IS. Alpine v. May Day.. Beechworth v. Stanley. February 25. May Day v. Beechworth. Stanley . v. Alpine. March 4. Beechworth v. Alpine. Stanley v. May Day. March lb. May Day v. Alpine. Stanley v. Beechworth. March 25. Alpine v. Beechworth. May Day v. Stanley. April" 1. . Alpine v. Stanley. Beechworth v. - May Day.