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SHOPBREAKING AT BEECHWORTH [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 13 January 1914
SHOPBREAKING AT BEECH WO/ITH The robbery ot silver from the till 1 of Shaw Bros, grocery store in Camp street, Beechworth, a fortnight ago. was followed by a more serious case of shopbreaking on Thursday night or early on Friday morning After his first, loss Mr Taylor, the manager of Shaw Bros,', branch store, br,aided up the lower sash of. a back window through whic!h the robbers were be lieved to have entcred the premises But on Friday morning upon coming to business he was astounded to find the front door standing aja'r land other evidence that the shop" had been again entered. The boards on, the back window had been partly forced oft and split atid a.pane of glass . smashed out of the top sash, apparently with a long handled shovel found there which was usually kept in the stable yard. A door between the grain store and the shop was securely locked and snibbed, but one of the bottom panels had been kicked out Nothing was missed ' save a bunch of keys from the drawer of the cash ...
OUR MELBOURNE LETTER PTOMAINE POISONING. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 13 January 1914
OUR' MELBOURNE LETTER PTOMAINE POISONING. | Although i good deaI is saM' ^1 'the effect thai butchers' meat is not. i the best article of diet during the hot j j weather there'does not seem to be | ' the same risk or ptomaine poisoning followins on the partaking of trosnly . killed beef," mutton, etc., as exists in connection villi other pixmsions. M tacks of severe illness arc retried everv now and then as the result of the patient having eaten flsh^mokcfj i tinned, or supposed to be fres11, and also cooked cold meat-of }vhicll °-1 vast quantity is consumed m the sum- ; mer-tinned meats and tinned fruits , In respect to the latter cases are not 'so numerous, although there vas one i a tow years ago of a girrcS'^|! in the vicinity of L-.incefu.ld being taken seriously ill after «^ng s^mo ? tinned pineapple, and I am not euic . that she did hot die I HOLIDAY FATALITIES. j The sea has taken a heavy death ? ' toU in connection with the^ reccn.t holidavs and. the saddest pait of 1 ^ thT...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 13 January 1914
ROYAL MAIL LINE of COACHES. JBIGETO IO MOUNTBUFFAIXV ' .WINTEB TIME TABLE [WHEN PBAOTICABIJS. Leave Bright, Wednesday, Thurs day and Saturday, 9 a.m. Leave Buffalo, Wednesday, 4 p.m., Friday, 9 a.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m. BEEOHWOBTH AND CHILTEHN. Leave Beechworth daily at 10 a.m. returning from Chi! tarn at 3.45 p.m., on arrival of train from Albury. Fare, 5s, BEECHWORTH AND YACKAN DANDAH. Leave Yackandandah daily at 11 B.m., due at Beechworth at 1.20 p.m. Returning; from Beechworth daily at 3 p.m. Fare, 2s Cd. ' WODONGA AND TINTALDBA, VIA BURRO WYE, JINJELLIO AND ?WALWA. Leave Wodonga every Wednesday and Saturday at 5 a.m., returning from Tintaldra every Monday and, Thursday at 5 p.m. Fare £1. 5s. (TALLANGATT A & OORBYONG, VIA KOETONG AND CUDGEWA. Leaves Tal)ang3tta daily at 6 a.m., returning from Corryong daily at 7 p.m. Fare, 15s. TALLANGATTA TO ESKDALE AND MITTA MITTA. Leaves Tallangatta daily at 7 a.m., returning from Mitta Mitta daily at 9 a.m. MITTA MITTA AND SNOWY CREEK. Le...
CLOSING HOURS FOR MAILS AT BEECHWORTH POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 13 January 1914
CL0SIX8 HOCRS FOR MAILS AT 8BEECH WORTH POST OFFICE. pVerton Railway Station, Tarrawingee Eailway Station, Eldorado, Travelling Post Office, Wangaratta, Benaila, Melbourne, 7.25 a.m. daily. Everton Railway Station, Travelling Post Office, Wangaratta, Melbourne, 2.85 p m. daily, Friday afternoon excepted. Gapsted, Eurobin, Myrtleford, Bright, PorepunVah, Wandiligong, Ovens Vale, Meuday, Wednesday and Saturday, ".25 a.m. ; Tuesday, 2.30 p.m., Ovens Vale excepted ; Friday, 6 p.m. Ovens Vale ex cepted " . Baarmutha, Murmnngee, Silver Creek, Hurdle Flat, Stapley, Wooragee, Yackan damiab. 2.S5 p.m. daily. Woolihed. Keids Creek, Hillsborough " '"f w. l aydays, Thursdays and Satur, I. D. TIPI'SON' P-Mtmaster. tilled aad paDiisned by THOMAS i\ &. rOli R1TT at his office, Camp street, Beechwbrth, in the State o&lt;i Victoria, for tha Pro prietors, h, ?6roU & 0*,
ARRIVAL BEECHWORTH POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 13 January 1914
ARRIVAL BEECHWORTH POST OFFICE. Sverton Railway Station, Tarrawragee Railway, Eldorado, Travelling P st Office, VangarattH, Melbourne, 2.20 p.m., daily. Ever ton Bailway, Wangaratta, Travelling Post I iffice, lienalla, Melbourne, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, 10.-0 p m. Tuesday. 1 4pm.; Friday, 10.34 p.m. Gapsied. Eurobin, Myr>Je£ord, Porepun kali, Bright, Wandiligong Ovena Vale, ilomlav. Wednesday and Thursday. 9.H8 p m, ; Yuesday, .0.42 p.m.; Fridays, 10.34 .; Saturday, J.20 p.m. Baarmutha, Llurmungee, Silver Creek, Hurdle Flat, Stanley, Wooragee, Yackan dandah. 1 30 p.m. daily. Hillsborough, Woolshed, Reidi Creek Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, 1,30 p.m.
THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 13 January 1914
THE RAINFALL. Following are the records of tbo rainfall Bince the rear 1882 : 1H8E 0 32 0 16 0 96 2 35 4 20 2 09 3 65 4 74 1 7 n 4 19 2 60' 1 46 0 37" 1 69' 1 83' 1 01 2 64' 4 21 2 48 3 65 3 14 4 47 1 65 0 85 1 85 0 16 1 30 1 84 2 60 3 39 0 67 2 22 2 13 2 23' 3 58 1 37 1 32 2 84 1 32 1 93 2 12 3 90 1 26 2 29 6 46 1 45 1 25 2'11 1350 0 2 U 43 1 35 46' 3 36' "?H* , 05 f 36' * 82' 1 4* * 64 1 44 3 89' 4 7# 2 51 2 14 5 1H. 6 30 2 07 4 01 2 34 6 00 3 20 2 83 2.74' 0 61 0 77 3 63 8 18 3 04 1 fi'.l 3 01 0 52' 0 47 7 05 2 44 2 96 0 06' 31 51 8 51 7 77 1 49 5 16' 5 40 2 04 2 74 0 50 0 02 2 96 2 78 1 58 ,2 15 16 38s 4 79' 3 84 2 67 4 30 3 41 3 33' 1 79 0 )2 3 16 2 06' 1 27 4 01' 4 46 2 6!)' 1 52' 2 49 2 78 0 59 0 66 1 03 0 25 2 90 8 77 2 41 3 05 5 60 3 85 2 76 3 42 1 70' 1 07 0 04 1 06 3 21 7 57 7 02' 3 8D' 3 18 4 1ST 41 26' 2' 41 a-'e*1 1 la 1 36' 5 45 4 77 2 4? 5 15 5 50 3 52 4 46 6 69 0'43 3' 60 53 24. 1 28 24 31 75 ' 44 82 43 48 32 49' Rl 40 0 08 0 69 9 83 0 89 5 25 6 13 4 56 3 is 6 24 4 ...
BEECHWORTH PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 13 January 1914
BEECHWOBTH PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. ?' (The monthly meeting of Beech worth Progress Association was held at the Town Hall committee room .op Monday, January 12. Present: Mr j Armstrong- (president) and Messrs AM Zvar, H Vandonberg, J Ingram; R, W. Travis, -T B Wyatt, H Connolly, J. Hines, T .Gilchrist, n C Mcintosh, H J Jar vis, J. J«. Bradiev, Dr. Hollow, B,. S Fmch, Calder and Thos. P. R Pomtt, eccre Hines said the 'spring at Buck land Gap was not dry but the pipes to the trough appeared to be corroded Mr Jar vis said the pipes appeared to have been laid too low. ! The President said the seat& at Lake Kerferd had been provided Binco the previous meeting .Mr Keast said these seats had been found a great, convenience The President then raised the quea tion of police protection |n Beechworth Ja the small hours of the morning .There had been several petty rob beries in the .town lately and thous ands of pounds worth of pro perty might be destroyed by flro before anyone was a,vr&a...
THE TENNIS ASSOCIATION. January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 13 January 1914
THE TENNIS ASSOCIATION. January 7. May. Day v. Stanley. Alpine v. Beeehworth. January 21. Alpine v. May Day. Beeehworth v. Stanley. January 28. Stauley v. May Day. Bcechworth v. Alpine. Februery 4, Stanley v. Alpine. May Day v. Beeehworth. February lb. AJpine v. May Day. Beeehworth v. Stanley.' February 25. May Day v. Beeehworth. Stanley v. Alpine. March 4. Beeehworth v. Alpine. Stanley v. May Day. March lb. May Day v. Alpine. Stanley v. Beeehworth. March 25. Alpine v. Beeehworth.. May Day v. Stanley. '? April 1. Alpine v. Stanley. Beeehworth v. May Day..
BEECHWORTH AUTUMN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 13 January 1914
r.EECHWORTH Al'TUMX SHOW. i(ie committee of the Becchwoith Autumn Show met on Monday night for the purpose of appointing' judges and stewards to ofliciate on the occasion of the Show 011 March 11 A generous prize schedule has been issued embracing prizes for pot plants, cut flowers, fruit, vegetables, jams, jellies, etc., home-made broad 'and caKeo, plain and. fancy needlework.' novelties, fine arts., and .children's work Copies of the. prize sehediilo may be obtained from Messrs W. H. Bolle and A. H. Imhoff, the hon orary secretaries] Ilutherglen bowlers defeated &>i owa by 108 to 74 points on Wednes day on the former club's green. Lady Whitton, winner of the Bega Cup on New Year's Day, has, per-' haps, what no other hone possesses -two stopped tefth. The w\rk was done'by a Melbourne dentist, during the mare's visit there last year The resignation of the IVan of Ballarat is to date from. April So noxt . . . ' '
Beechworth Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 13 January 1914
Beechworth Directory. Feii.-al Electorate: Indi Representative, Mt Cornelius Joseph Ahem. . State Electorate: Ovens Representative, Bon. A. A. Biilison ; returning officer, F. H. Mackay; deputy, Clifford H Webb ; electoral registrar, H. K. McDonald Municipality of Beechworth : President, Or I V. DiSey, Councillors: J.Lowe, Vandenberg.V Wooing J. Ferguson, T.'.G. Ferguson, H. J. Jarvis, B O Netll, W. H R Phillips, J. Warner, J.Hodge, G.. Wilson; shire Pn'^ineer and valuer, R. W. Travis; shire secretary, J. W Morton; health officer, Dr. Skinner; inspector, S. Birtles The Council meets on first Friday m each month at 11 a.m. at the Council Chambers. Police Magistrate, Warden and Coroner, Alfred Aldridge Keller . Clerk of Courts and Receiver and Paymaster, H. R McDonald; Justices of the Peace, J. Ingram, J. wUrhpr W 3. Bowen, J. Armstrong, H. Yandenberg, I>, Skinner,'A. A. Billson,T. G. Ferguson. Governor of Gaol, H. C. Finnis ; Senior Warder, G.. ^Local Latkd Officer, T. K Wyatt; Cl...
STATE LAND TAX [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 13 January 1914
STATE LAND TAX AH persons who owned land ar. 31st December last of an unimproved value exceeding £2,">0 are liable to pay Estate land tax" Tor th > eurront year 1911. No general returns .nv, however, required to lx' furnished to the Commissioner of Taxes, who will make his assessments upon his official records, which are based upon the land tax returns furnished in 1911, supplemented by notices of changv of "ownership Riven by vendors and purch;isers of land in the meantime
GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 13 January 1914
GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS. Trie following accounts arc awaiting payment at the Sub-Treasury (Court House), Beechirorth : e M Bolle, Becehworth' Technical School, Border UnitoU Brewerus, A Connolly, Rev. J. Leslie, Rev R 15. Maclcod, Rev ,R. H Potter, ^ .anion" Bros, Shaw Bros., D. Skinner, II F. \\alkor.
A DAUGHTER'S DEVOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 13 January 1914
A DAUGHTER'S DEVOTION. Emily Jane Kershaw, aged 15, years, resident of the Milparinka dis trict, near Broken Hill, lost her life through filial devotion on January 3 Her father, James Keishaw, was ill, being affected by the sun, and it was desired to get him some rain water The day was blazing I lot. but tha girl mounted her horse ami rode 15 miles to get the water he craved On account of the severe heat, the givl's friends asked her to wait until the cool of the evening before facing the return journey, but she would not. She was overcome by the sun on the return journey, ana when 200 yards from; home her mother saw her reel and fall on the horse's neck. The mother rushed and as sisted the girl ofT the horse, but th" girl complained that she felt ill and had a headache. . She fainted, and died within an hour." Deceased was a great favourite throughout the district.
DEATH-BED REPENTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 13 January 1914
01SATH-BED REPENTANCE. BY PASTOR RUSSELL. Text-"Verily, I say unto thee, thou thalt be with me,in Paradise." "Lij'kc xxiii., 43.).- " ' Few of the.Master's words have.becn so . misunderstood as tins text, and few misun derstandings haye produced so terrible a fruitage of oin. Tlie influence of this tcxi lis greatly in creased by the unacriptnnil thought that the dying sinner passes to evorlasting tor ture. Those tvbose hopes for their dead .fire being held up by this error grasp at the narrative of the thief, and hope that the departed one experienced a momentary repentance-said "Jceus, forgive me;', and straightway was carried to Paradise. The absurdity of the proposition is crowded out by the mingling of hope with love for 'the deceased. Well do I remember conducting a fune ral service which was interrupted By the wails of the widow.' Her husband, shot by an assassin's bullet in a distant mining region, had died a'member of no church, and'by no means a saint. The '"poor ividbw'ji ...
TWO LORD MAYORS ON MIXED BATHING [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 13 January 1914
TWO LORD MAYORS OX MIXED . BATHING . " With the s umracr at its height the metropolitan newspapers are, as usual, discussing very fiercely the question of- mjsed bathing. View's" on both sides' are expressed by scores of cor respondents,' and "Everylady's Jour nal'' has been to the trouble of col-' lecting the ideas of such ' notable people as the Ixird Mayors of Sydney and Melbourne, Archbishop Mannix and C'anon Hughes, the Commissioner or police and a lady dmtor; the American, French., and GJfnian con- j suls' and -Mr. VSnowv" Biker, the ! famous^'ourf champion. _ I ' The' view's 6f these 'varied folk.! it may .be'added, are il'iustrated^with i a number of magnificent ca'merii views*' that "seem also fc> offer argu ments on both sides of the vexed question : '.'Should Mixed Bathing Be Encouraged ? " The majority of people asked replied in favour of mixed bathing within reasonable limits The Lord Mayor of Mel bourne thinks that "the sea is quite big enough for bjtli men and wome...
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 13 January 1914
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSIONS. Becchworth, daily. Benaiia, daily. Bethanga, every Wednesday. Chiltern, every Monday, Wednes day, and Friday. Eldorado, every Wednesday; Ruthergieri, every Tuesday and Friday. Tallangatta, every Wednesday. Wodonga, every. Thursday. WangaraUa, daily. Wahgunyan, every second Friday.
BIG FIRE AT PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 13 January 1914
BIG FIRE AT PRAHItAX In the short space of one hour on Punday afternoon the well-known dra pery " store, "The Colosseum," in Chapel street, Prahran, was with its great- stock, utterly destroyed by fire At a quarter-past I o'clock it was standing, with no danger signal :-ay.; a wisp of smoke from a ventilator ; at a quarter past 2 it wo.s a smoking heap of ruins, in which fallen wall.-,, girders bent like hairpins under the blazing piles of silk and satin and cotton' material, formed melancholv landmarkt? of destruction iir a vast fog of- stifling, dun-coloured smoke Involved in the catastrophe wa- tte newer portion of the Prahran Town Hall-the City Hall, as it is called the roof of which caught and fell in Other smaller shops on the ' north side of the' Colosseum, facing Chapel street, were gutted and smashed bv the rain of falling bricks from tliV red-hot walls of the great shop These included Boot shop, owned and occupied by Mr John Conway, SID Cliapel street * Shop, occupied by M...
CLOSE SEASON FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 13 January 1914
CLOSZ SEASON FOR FISH. Black Fish--From 1st September to loth December in each year (both Jates inclusive). Crayfish-The whole year for all less than 9 inches in length, and for female crayfish from 1st June to 30th November (both dates inclusive in each year). English Trout.-From 1st May to 31et Augu3t in each year (both dates inclusive;. Murray Bream, Murray Perch, Murray Cod.-From 1st October to to 30th November in each yqar (both dates inclusive). Gippsland Perch.-From 1st August 30th November in each year (both datee inclusive).