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CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. THE DRAW [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 January 1914

CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION*. TUB DKAW The following is thu draw for the second round mulches to be played ou tho ground of tlm lirat mimed club ; January '24. Rutberglen v Cliilteru tjpringhurst v Laso Ooroivu 13 v Corowa A Birnawarllm v Mt Oplur Xuiastown. a hyo ; January 31, Chiltern v Ximmtowu Mt Opliir v (Joruwji B Corowa A v Springburut Lake v Rutlierglcu Bamawartha, u byn February 7, Corowa B v Bamawartha Rutlioryleti v Corowa A X'uastown v L-iku Spriimhurst, v Chiltern Mt Opbir, a bya bebruary 14. Like v Mt Opliir Chiliorn v Corowa B Barnawartha v Rutburglen Oorowa A v Xoinstown Spriugburgt, a byo February 21. Corowa B v Spribubur^t Mt Opliir v Chilterri Like v Oorow^i A Barnawartim v Xmasfowii Ruthergleu, a bye February 2.S. Rutlier«len v tiprin^liurst Xmastown v (Jorowa tf Corowa A v Mt Opbir Liarti(i<-airt,(m v Ohiitern Like, a bye March 7 Xnmstown v Mt Opbir Springhurst v Uurnuwartlia Rutliergiun v Corowa Clii!t.ern v Like Corowa A, a bye March 1-1. Chiltern...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 January 1914

BOWLING. The Chilteru bowlers will pay n vi*it to Benalla on Monday next to piny Q match agaiuat the local club. The leim will be chosen from tha following players :-W. A. Anderson, K. H Burrows, E. H. Hodgson, K. Daglish, J. A. Grinlington, G. E Whitehead, II. Cannon, A. Walstub, ii. Smyth, E. J. Hicks, W. Stach, J. Nugent, 8. Keicl, J. iJrann, E. A. Keiler, IS. ltaynor, Ryan and W. Boucher. Tim Kuthurglen bowlers will visit Chilteru to morrow (Saturday) to play h match against tho local club. Chil lurn will bo represented by tho follow ing players:-Anderson Burrows, Hodgson, Ijaylis'n, (jriulingtou, White head, Kavanagti, Cuoiiou. Walst*b, Smythe, Hicks, .Mills and jstach ' Tim competition for Mr E. P. Smyth's trophy, by inetubura of the Chi!turn club, is now in full swing, and judging by thu number of players that turn up on the screen at night shows the popularity of thu caaiu. Members of the Wan^aruttA bowl ing club last week visited Corowa to try conclusions with thai elub for...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THUMBS UP. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 January 1914

THUMBS UP. Put aud Mick were twin brothers Being out of work, mid H.wing no u<l vertiseroent for a coachtuan, Vat np' plied for tlie job. Kroployer-Wull, Put, ] wish you to answer three questions. Pat-Fito away, sor. Employer-How many Btars are in the sky? Put-5o,875. Kinployer-How tiu jxu tnako tliat out? Pat-Sure, if you don't bjlave uie, count thrill Employer-What's the weight of the moon 7 Pat-One hundredweight, Employer-How's that 1 Pat-Bemuse there's four quarters in it. Employer-Now, Pat, what nui ] thinking of ? Pat -Unable lo an&wor-you have toe. When Put reached home, Mick, be ing auxious, a5ked him how ho got on. Pat explained, wheu Mick decided he would havo a try. Employer-Weil, Pat, you're hack again Mick-Sure, sor. Employer-Well, Pat, have you the answer to number three ? What am I thinking about ! Mick-Sure, uor, you think you'ro talking to Pal, but you'ro not; you're talking to Mick, lie got the situation.

Publication Title: Federal Standard
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MEN OF SPIRIT. UNSATISFACTORY FINANCIAL POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 January 1914

MEN OF SPIRIT. USBATISVAOlOnV FINANCIAL POSITION. At tin). half-yeaily meeting uf the Ballarat branch of the Federated Minors' Employees' Association on Saturday the general president for' Victoria (Mr T. Howes) referred to th« non-unionist strike lit Beaufort, Mr Howes sulci that the men at tlie Northern Hope Imd been interviewed, iind nearly nil of them hud produced union tickets. This showed that they were not alive to the true interestH and principles of unionism. The lust year had been a most strenuous one. ! The officers of the association had thought that it: was strong enough I nutuericilly and financially to face the non-unionist question. The battle hud been started in the Bendigo field, which was one of the largest problems to tackle in Victoria. Owing to the introduction of non-unionists and to' some members not recognising their financial responsibilities the strike had' to be dec'urcd oil'. Then the bat'le was started at Beaufort, where it was thought that in a short t...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Items of Hems. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 January 1914

^terns of "3/TerDs. Mrllobt Cook, of Oxley, and a direc tor to the Milawa Dairy Co, lias been elected a member of the, council of the Co-opetativo Butter and Choew I lories' Association to represent dairy companies of the North-hastem groups. ' ' :w1? Mr Parker J. Moloney, has bought an interest in the auctioneer ing firm of Moloney (bis brother) and Mangan, Moonee Ponds. Dog poisoners have been at work in Chiltcrn during the week, no less than .even canines ^ Tho famous '?'^lhv[oiv ;i flIn bouse at Chiltcrn, en Thursday , 15. The picture was a ;:i(!a/ono and was much appreciated b> The work of repairing the Wnltern baths has been completed amaltwug r on,y one end was 'bncked stU l ^ great- improvement.^ T-lu will 110 doubt be repaired 111 tune. -Vu extensive bush tire started in the Barainbogie ranges on Monda> last lua Mr Moore's property, and fanned b> i, southerly wind, spread with great rapidity towards the reservoir until theu. Wlls n face of ilanie fuliv four miles m...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
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The Fedenal Standard. ESTABLISHED 1859 With which are Incorporated THE OVENS CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZETTE, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 January 1914

BSTABLIHUEU ltsf)'.! With which aro Incorporated TUB OVENS CONSTITUTION ancl Oluniuy GAZEITK, PUIIUHURI) KvKIty KlUCAV AlOUNIIiO FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1'llK member for tho Ovens iu the Sta'e. parliament (Lion. A. A. liill sou) who is ill ways on the <|ui vive to do something for thu good of his constituents, hii'i taken up the ques tion of the eradication of noxious weeds. Throughout almost the whole of his electorate fat. John's wort is a great soureu of annoyance to i thu' landholders, imd in several localities it has become ao bad that farmers are unable to coiulmt it. Mr Billaon waited on the Minister during the week and put forward a suggestion for thu resumption by tho Govern ment of all tho salt buds in the State. As yalt ia considered a splendid thing for eradi^aUnt1; St. John's .won). tljo Government. would do Wei! to ^care fully fro ilito tho matter and dispose of it to those requiring it at eost price, or', if possible, free. That noxious weeds have ruined many f...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
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POLICE METHODS. STORY OF THE [?] [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 January 1914

POLICB METHODS. 5I0K7 OF ISt CilZQ iJLGEBI. Mr Edward O'Neill, whom tbo Omeo police wrongfully arrested tind charged with beiug Sparks, the gaol breaker, anil who. ou prov ing bid identitv, was induced to iiccupt ut the Melbourne Criminal Investigation ortioa us a eolatium for tbu expended ho in curred in connection with the treatmout he wad subjected to, has forwarded to " The Ar^ua" a statement of tbu oiretimstaucoa of bib arrest. Ad previously stated, Mr O'Neill id a settler near Ornuo, aud through hard work be bus carved out a home for bis wifu and family. Writing from Cubungra, Mr 0 Neill stated " On Sunday, Deocmber 28, just before j o'clock in tbo morning, I was called out of my bed at uiy home by a voice I did not recognise. Someone wad at the door, and after partially dredsing myself I opened tile dour. A man confronted tua then and he said lie wad an inspector of fisheries. He accused me oi shooting a kangaroo. I denied thu accusation. Then with ter rible juddenness, I wad...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
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CHILTERN PARK. To the Editor of the Federal Standard. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 January 1914

ChlLTERN PARK. To the Editor of the Federal Standard .Sit:,- Some time ago a letter ap peared in tlio Fkukkai, STANDARD drawing attention to tlie dilapidated condition into which tlio Chiltern park wus being allowed U) full. A sugges tion was put forward tint the council lors should Liilc»! a walk round the park and sou fur themselves how matters stood. Evidently tlio request was given the deaf ear. It is a regrettable thing to think that such a line recreation ground, second to none in the North-Kust, should ba allowed to go to ruiti. Thu beautiful uilvcr poplar trees, which are greatly admired by ;ill visitors, are being u«ud as swings for thu children and the lower limba uru broken and hanging by the bark. Thu dead trees have long been an eyenore and should be removed; a work which would entail very little expenditure. Then look ul the se-Us nearly all broken and destroyed--some of them even being in the lake A carpenter for a day or two would soon put them in order and ibis woul...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 January 1914

Commonwealth ./^feJBanh of Bustralia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY WiJnlUepeshrillc'iiHirt GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS it EQUITABLY BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE A!*© ki Syda«y, Canh*rr& ArJsVd*. H-.bar:. HrUVsrf, f.rjckhv.r.pron. T<v* a.nd London. 0«W»T«mltUr,£P« nsvH . ..-.d dr#.':* dra--s ?....'. 7-1 dir*r\ FY"-.;c1 *->i!1a rs*~->tiit*d *nd eol1tct«d. ->f or*d=i isv:<ii ri -.-.i- <v :n; ..?orld PVr- ?.-.....;a:*d cr farvnrd«d for collection. B»nV\-.z nd n-.-, ?-.' '-try :rip;<rirHn (h» Comnior> Unit.#d Ki^cd^ ; *. d <»C'.:.'>i.n,.5 opened. I p«-.d on fixr 1 dfpcsiti. AdvincM mtdf apiv)*: M-.i-r'" H e»-ur:"» SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Vleierlnn Central Offices 317 COLLINS 8TREET, MCLflOURNE. Br«neh«» i~ »:v"* ? . ,'un «'id 2,000 Ajronci*- *r"P.*t thr.-vj^o-.t ?br CommMiTtattK Deposit* from 1 . to £.100. Intercnt at 3*. por Annum. D«p«slt» or Withdrawftls m»v V» nind* or ary Itraii'ii or Afn-'y the Oonimonwidth JAME...

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CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 January 1914

CLOSE SEASONS KOK FISH, ' I Blaok Fiah-From lat September to 15th December inj each year (both dates inclusive) Crayfish-The whole year for all less than 9 inches in length, and for Female Crayfish from tho 1st Jui'O to the 30th November (both dates Inclusive in each year Enpliah Roach-From 15th Septembes to loth November. English Trout-From the lat May to tho 31st August in each year (both^date* i' lusive) Gippaland Perch-From let August to tho oOth November in each year (both dates inclusive) Murray Bream, Murray Perch, Morray Cod-From tho let October to tho 30th November Ju each year (both dates in clusive MINIMUM WlilOHTS OK FISH. Blackliah, 'tozs ; Murray Cod, lAlfcs ; Murray Perch, 8oxs ; Porcli, uozs ; Bream Oozs ; Silver Bream, iiozs

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[?] OP[?] V [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 January 1914

Mr arntK V JrntTNUHtUr J'. Mt Opliir y«ve the Sprint/hurst team a tfooj reception on Saturday. '1'he Timiord wen: soul in to but uud weru all disposed of (or tin runa. W. Sullivan was in tine form with tliu bull and secured btiven ivlcketn for HI vuiiti. 'I'ha locals Imtl lf>Ht Htrvjn wickota for 7'.' runs when time whj called, than winning by tbreo wickets and lti runs. Seoren: Spriugburdt. llosonKren, b Sullivan .. ,. 0 A. E. Ellis, b Sullivan .. .. 0 A. Kerr, c and b Heady .. ..13 E. Kerr, b Sullivan .. U A.'I'onkiud, b licadj.. .. ,. 3 J. Peurce, b Sullivan .. .. 2 0. Poarcu, o Randy, b Sullivan i ..11 A. 1'lum, u ai)d b iteady .. .. 1 W. l'lum," b Sullivau.. .. ..8 L). Cuuneen, not out.. .. .. 11 A. loll in, b Sullivan .. .. 8 Sundries, .. .. . .1 Tottvl, .. .. ? .. 63 CowliuK-Sullivan, 7 (or 10; Heady, it /or 30 J Hepe, 0 for 13. Mt Upbir. W. Sullivan, b K. Kor' ..21 W- Harry, b K. Kurr.. ., .. !< C. Heady, c Iioiuiifrpn, h Cuuiieoa .. 13 W. Hcpu, c Tonkin, b Ell...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 January 1914

Bereavement Card, R G. BOOTH and family desire to return their sincere thanks to kind friondc for letters of uyrapatby and expres sions of condolence in their rocent L-ad bereavement.

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COROWA [?] V LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 January 1914

COllOWA 11 v LAKtf. The abavo match was played at tbe Lako on Saturday afternoon last, tbo result being a win lor Luku by 1'J run-,. Scores : Corowa 11. McCall'jm, b F. Orantham .. .. 0 E. liaylit.a, b M. MeCallum .. .. 8 Bosvden, b T. Yatet; .. .. ..0 Uuki!)', c H. Hifkine, b Yatoa .. ..10 liichardfOii, not nut .. .. ..24 Hiiv Douift, c N. nitkiim. b l\ Orantham 6 JackHon. b F. Grantham .. .. 3 Clark, c and I] I'. Grantham.. 0 T. V. Johnson, c and b H. Yatea .. 0 Fai rer, b It. Yatea .. .. .. C Thomas, b Hiekiua .. ..10 Sundries, .. .. .. il Total, .. .. .. 7M Bowling-F. Grantham, 4 wicketa for 26 rumi; McCallum, 1 for 10; It. Yatea, U for 1!7 ; T. Yatea, 1 for 10; R. Hiskina, 1 for U. Lako. It. Yates, b Bugpy .. .. ..11 It. Hiakins, b Bowden .. .. U I'. I.ranthan!, b Bowden .. .. 0 T. Yates, not out .. .. ..37 K. Grantham, b Bowdpn .. .. 0 A. Grantham, b Tliomaa .. .. 10 McCallum, o Jackson, b Kiabardi-on .. 0 NIcboleun, c Iiicharduon, b Tbomaj .. .'I tichmetzle, c Doust, b Thotna...

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COMMERCIAL. S. Younkman and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 January 1914

COAl/YlbRCIAL. Younkman and Co Me3Prs S. Younkman and Co., of Uuther glen, offered by public auction at Cannon's Council Club hotel, Obiltern, on Wednesday, 19 acres of freehold land,'the property of Mr John PiDkertou, situate near Black Dog Creek, Chiltern. Thu block wad knocked down to Mrs Florence Howes at £0 per aero. The sale was a cash ono. Flanagan, Newman and Co, Flanugan, Newman and Co. report having held tboir usual Wanuaratta market at the yards last Thursday us follows:-Fat sheep A good yarding of all clatttcs of fat sheep, quality being only moderately represented, but all thu same fat sheep sold well all through at prices just about thu same as the closing sales lust ye&r; lambs- were not in heavy supply, but they were unaltered, graziers operating for some of the larger lots of well grown lambs ; bust wethers sold for Mr Joseph Boyd, Eldorado, made 16/0 to 17/; others, for same owmr, 16/11; several pens of good wethers, 14/11 to 16/6; extra prime wethers, a/c ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 January 1914

PIANOFOKTE -MISS GAELICS w«l re^uiso Tuition MONDAY* January V*. Address-Main St. 8outb, CblUcrn. CHILTERN ATHEH/EUM. /IH!K ANNUAL MEETING of Subscriber* £ will be helil on THUKSDAY. January 20, 101(4, at 8 p.m., to receive Anuual Report an*] Jialauea Hlieet and Elect Committed uf Management. Nominations of Ollicerrf and Committeemen, rign^d by two subscri bers. must be bandtai to tho secretary before <5 p.m. on MONl>\Y, January 116. Sub Horiberd must be financial for the current quarter to entitle th>un to vote. G. E. WHITEHEAD, lion. Secretary. iSTAU THK.VTUK, CI1ILTERN. Saturday, January 2>% 191£. fl.lOKIKr I'jrC'IT&J.HBJEg prosout ABta Niolucii in four-aot drawn, " SPANISH BLOOD." STAR THEATRE, CHILTKRN. Tuesday Night, January &7. WILSON FORBSS' POPULAR DRAMATIC 00. Supported by Auetralla'a Greatest Tragic »nd Kuiotiunal Actru&a, MISS ELLA DODD, In the Great Sensational Drama, "TETiS KE^E3IL.o" 'JT1ASWJ. WILL the member* o? the CLnKern...

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[?] V [?]LEN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 January 1914

^ MAB roM'N V HL rHl'HlH.KN. Kuther^ien vijited Xumstown on Saturday, but owing to their late' arrival there wad nut BUtVicitiUl tiiuu to play oat u gutae, und a draw resulted. Scoreo: - IUHberyltu. J. Brennan, b MiUiL.. .. 16 J, Blov/erd, b Milne .. ». \\ iUHmioii, st Jehus, b B. OuU » 1\ Lott, c barruHtf, b Oatd U. Cusuy, o Unwell, b Martiu .. Itf T. Howell, b Fruder .. J. Connolly, b Trader J, Grantham, run out .. C Druik'ii, b Tracer .. K. Chandler, b Martin Uyland, not out Sundrie-, Total, .. .. H'i Bowling.-Milne,'4 wicketfe fur lti ruiirf ; A. Uewell, 0 for 14;' Martin* *J fjr '$&; B. | Oatd, 'J for 7 ; T. Tracer, .'I fur 0, Glirirftiniiiituvvii. B. PuU:, b Brennun " ''1. .. J \y. Milnu, c and b Bretiuan .. .. 0 W. Martin, not uut .. .. .'i -5(5 A. litwell, b Lett .. .. U L. Barraar1, b Allitiiuu - . i ^ B It. Q*t*, c Brennau, b BlowW" .. T. b'nidur, b Allinson .. .. U p. Juhn-, nut out .. .. .* tiuuchiei, .. . i - o TuUl for sii wkts, .. .. 56 ]W\yi;u;:.- .}. Brewmn,...

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SEEN IN THE STARS. OLD MOORE'S PROPHECY FOR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 January 1914

SEEN IN THE STARS. oi.n mooui'.'S puothucy ron 1914. , Just about this limo of the year prophets issue their forecasts for the ensuing twelve mouths. Perhaps oue of the most remarkable of these modern seers is "Old Moore," who regularly issues a series of opinions, imfl which tiiis year /ire particularly gruesome. We do not sny Unit " Old Moore" is a prophet; wo do not any Unit it ia possible to foretell whiit is yoiug (o happen ; hut we do any there are many extraordinary happenings which re quire more explanation than a mere expression of " nothing but mere coincidence " The " London Maqazine'' considers that premonitions come under two well-detined heads :-(1.) Warnings at tho moment the tragedy or occur rence is talcum place. (._'.) Warnings before-sometimes many yeara before ; sometimes a minute before--the event to come, predicting them to the minute, and no minutely describing thpm as to destroy the coincidence theory which at one time was used to scout, such phenomena. Tlier...

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MY TOUR OF THE EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 January 1914

MY TOUR OF THE EMPIRE. (By Will Crooks, M.F., in " Ruynolds'."; (With tho other members of the British Parliamentary party Mr Will Crooks recently returned -from a tour of (Janada, Australia, iS'ew Zealand and South Africi, during which they have travelled some 3 if,000 miles since July last.) Those who have not had the op portunity of touring the vast British dominions across the seas cannot form an adequate idea of their qreat and wonderful possibilities. Wn have not even scratched the Empire yet, much less exhausted it. When you talk of the potentialities of the Empire it sounds like a platitude, but, L tell you, one is simply bewildered at its pros pects when one goes round. Never shall I forget the wonderful conlidence expressed by all with whom I came in contact, and their belief in the (greatness of the Empire. One of the ' > happiest of my experiences occurred at Winnipeg, where 1 had the pleasure of meeting many of my Socialist friends and sympathisers. A banquet had bee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 January 1914

TilKY STIR TUB LIVER. NO RKMEUV AS I'OTKNT AS DH MOUSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILL,S. The climate of Australia ia euch that thu liver geta uut uf order quicker than any other organ of the body. Whon the Liver does yet out of order the whole system itf unset, and Constipation, Bili ousness and Stomach Troubles follow speedily Dr lM'irue'a Indian Root I*itin reach the Liver in a H;vu«faorory manner. They open tho cb'i^ed duete, allowing the bile to flow, which i* oBsential to the dilation ami assimilation of food. Con atipation, HiliouanusH, Stomach Troubles, and Sick Headaches are this result of Liver inactivity, and the remedy that Stira the Liver" will at once relieve these distressing complaints. The " Bulletin" p.iys:-" l'rivate filter ui'i-c, nosing round (.»r concessions, ia canting ^Imces at tue watersheds of tin- Kiewa, Oven uni Mitta rivet s. Allying .survey ban been uade of the L"jjper Kiewa which has such » ?ill that penerathitf Ktiittuns could he erected >ne above the other fur...

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Phases of the Moon 1914. January [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914

Phases of the Moon 1914. J a'juary New moou-.Monday 26 February First, quarter-Tuesday ,'i Full uioon-Wednesday 11 Last quarter-Tuesday 17 New moou-Wednesday 25 March FirBl quarter-Thursday 5 Full moon-'lliursdny 12 Lust quarter-Thursday 19 New moon-Fiiday 27 April First, quarter-Saturday I Full moon-Friday 10 Last quarter-Friday 17 New moon-.Saturday 25 M ay First quartor-Sunday 3 Full moon-Sunday 10 ' Lust ((uarter-Sunday 17 New moon-Monday 25 June First quarter-Tuesday 2 Full mooQ-'Monday 8 Last quarter-Tuesday Hi Now moon-Wednesday J uly First quarter-Wednesday 1 Full moon - Wednesday 8 Last quarter-Wednesday 15 New moon-Thursday 2.'5 First quarter-Thursday 30 Auuust Full moon-Thursday 11 Last quarter-Fiiduy I t New moon-Friday 21 First quarter-Friday 28 September Full moon-Saturday [> Last quarter-Sunday 13 Now moon-Sunday 20 First quarter-Saturday 26 October Full mcon-Sunday 1 List quarter-Monday 12 New moon-Monday 19 First quarter-Mouday 2G Novomber Full moon-Tuesday 3 Las...

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