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Phases of the Moon 1914. March [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 19 June 1914
Phases of the Moon 1914. March JFirst quarter-Thcraday 0 Fall moon-Thursday 12 Lust quarter-Thursday 19 New moon-Friday 27 April First quarter-Saturday 1 Full moon-Friday 10 Last quarter-Friday 17 New moon-Saturday 25 i\I ay First quarter-Sunday 3 Full moon-bunday 10 Lust quarter-Sunday 17 New moon-Monday 25 J une First quarter-Tuesday 2 Full moon-Monday 8 Last quarter-Tuesday 16 Now moon-Wednesday 21 July First quartor-Wednesday 1 Full moon-Wednesday 8 Last quarter-Wednesday 15 New moon-Thursday 23 First quarter-Thursday 30 Aucuat Full moon-Thursday G Last quarter'-Friday 14 Now moon-Friday 21 First quarter-Friday 28 September Full moon-Saturday 5 Last quarter-Sunday 13 Now moon-Sunday 20 First quarter-Saturday 2G October Full moon-Sunday 1 Last quarter-Monday 12 Now moon-Monday 19 First quarter-Monday 26 November Full moou-Tuesday 3 Lust quarter-Wednesday 11 New moon-Wednesday 18 First quarter-Tuesday 21 December Full moon-Thursday 3 Last quarter-Thursday 10 New moon-Thursday 17 F...
District Telephone Stations and Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 19 June 1914
District Telephone Stations and Rates. Conversations can be carried on between Chiltern arid the undermen tioned places by telephone, either direct from subscribers' premises or from the post office, at chargeanamed: First 3 Additional minutes.1 3 minutes. Allan's Flat ... Sd 6d Albury ... 4d 3d Barnawartha ... 2d 2d Beecbworth ... 8d 6d Benalla ... 8d Gd Bethanga ... Cd 5d Bright ... la 9d Chiltorn Valley 2d 2d Corowa ... .}d 3d Devenish ... gd 6d Euroa ... I9 Eldorado ... 8d 6d Ebdou ... Gd 5d Gleurowan ... 6d od Germnuton n.S,w la 9d fclowlong ... 8d 6d Huoa ... Gd 5d Jindera n.S.w ... 6d 5d Kynhram 2a Jd Is 9d Koetonu ... la 9d Lowesdalo n'.S w la 9d Mooroopna 2s Id Is 9a Milawa ... 8d Gd Melbourno 2a 4d Is 9d Mulwala ... Is 9d Myrtleford ... la 9d Nagambie la lOd 1B Id North Prontico... 'id 3d nutliorjfVn ... 3d 3d Springhurst ... 2d 2d Seymour Is lOd la 4d Swanpool ... la 9d Tarrawingeo ... 8(1 6d Tallangatta ... Sd 6d Tocumwal nsw IS lOd la 4d Towong la Id Is Violet Town ... ...
Rainfall Records at Chiltern. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 19 June 1914
Rainfall Records at Chiltern. Year Points 1887 . 3717 1S8S 1851 1889 1138 1890 2457 1891 2567 1892 2348 1893 3025 1894 4078 1895 2427 1S96 2348 1897 1927 1898 2704 1899 23S7 1900 2804 1901 2174 1902 1073 1903 2729 1904 2018 1905 2553 1906 3329 1907 1809 1908 2234 1909 2525 1910 2109 1911 . 2617 1912 2403 1913 2309 No. days rain fell 111 75 87 88 83 94 84 117 89 SS 92 92 .100 120 110 77 121 99 118 101 69 104 114 116 111 96 98
HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 19 June 1914
HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN Talk about it. Write about it. Buy nil you ii:m in it. Hc-membcr Hint by assisting tradesmen, you help the pbieo along. Purchase and assist your local paper, ami by so doing you fuithtrr tbe bus interest? of the to*,vi.. Treat str:ui«'.era with the utmost courtesy nil hospitality, so that th^y may take away good impressions of it. Elect good, reliable nun to all public positions, not beeau^o they strain thcmauSves for popularity, but on account of tbeii stamina and trustworthiness. Keep tbu money in the place. Sell all you can and buy all you can at home. The men who have invented in stores, workshops, and other business plaees are building up the town, and tbey should be encouraged. Ki member that in giving the local news paper olliuo the preference for your job printing orders, you am helping in the advancement of your town, as the newspaper s tlureby helped. Where the newspaper -tuff are working day and night for th» advancement of your town, the ordinar job...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 19 June 1914
Butcher's Stock and Plant, Township Allotments and Broad Acres, Chiltern. FRIDAY, 19th June, 1914, at 2.80 p.m. Evans & Langiands INSTRUCTED by Mr C. U. Stewar . Trustee in the Assigned Estate of Itobert Daglish, butcher, of Chiltern, will offer on the premises as abovo. Horses, Plant, Sundries Valuable) Township Allotments and Buildings at Chilturn 2 Splendid Paddoclcs Terms at Sale. Full particulars from EVANS & LANGLANDS, Stock & Station Agents, Wangaratta, and at Melbourne, Moyhu and Myrtletord. YOUNCHUSBAND, ROW & CO., Proprietary, Limited, ALBURN, Stock &. Station Agents, Wool and Produce Brokers, Pro perty Salesmen, &.c. QTOCK SALES held fortnightly at Albury O and Wodongu, and each month at Tallangatta, Corryong and Walwa. Also at I Lockhart at regular intervals. ' HORSE SALES at Wodonga ovory month. 1 in oonjuaclicm with Meenro Cutupbol) and Sons, of Kirk's Bazaar, Melbourne. SKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, FUK, &a Consign these...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 19 June 1914
r,-r. -to ? J -A! ? I ?. ^ wivwrcqaremsaM Fuasica'iil Kofi ice. I >KST.-Tliu I'Yiunds of the lulu 13 M KS MAHY ANN BEST tiro invited to follow hor ri imiius to tho plauo of intormunt, tho Gliilterii Now Cemetery. Tho corte»o will leivo her lute rrsi jlouci1, Xmastowu, at 2.o0 p.m. THIS DAY (Friday.) ALFRED H. SMITH, . Uwlurlukcr, Cliihoru.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 19 June 1914
INVALUABLE REMEDY OK MORSE'S INDTAN ROOT PILLS AFFORD GENUINE RELIEF FROM BILIOUSNESS. "I was a dreadful sufiurer from bilious no**," writes Mrs Lizzie G.uidy, of 13 Scott'a Parade, larat EnBt, Vie , " and tried many so ci))od remedies with no improvement, whatever, and receiving one of your pamphlets decided »o give Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills a trial. I was agreeably surprised to find after taking a futv doses the bilious attacks would rapidly vanish. I hav«» been that bad I could scircoly hold n*y head up, hut sinco taking Dr Morao's Itidliu Root Pilla I havo found genuine relief from my old disorder. I Apeak of them to my neigh* bora as an invaluable remedy for Bilious, ucss You can uao these few Jines for publication." NURSE EVANS of Tasmania and Victoria, writes her opinion of Nth. Melb., 1« 4/12. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I have been nursing for twenty years in Tas mania. and Victoria, so my experience covers a lengthy period. When patients are weak and low, a nurse must know the...
DEATH OF CARBINE. AUSTRALIA'S CHAMPION HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 19 June 1914
DEATH OF CARBINE. I 'AUSTRALIA'S CIIAMPIOX IIOKSK. The death took place at tno \> ei \beck Stud, Worksop, of the famous] .horse Carbine, the property of the jDuke of Portland. Carbine; who was in hie 2'Jth year, was worn out, nnd had to be des troyed. Ho had lived a life of laziness for the past four years. Without doubt Carbine was the £oost notable horsn th:it way e\er foaled iu this part of the world, and when Tine of his progeny (Spearmint) 'proved successful in bo h the l'jtiglish .Derby and the iM'ench Grsnd Prix his fame b»c.uu« world wide. Theie hive hi-pti nianv fo e,tiled turf idols in Aus tralii-unci how the public worships a great racc.hor.-e, Trafalgar in recent years affords a stiikmy il.'usliatioii - but noni! lilhdsuch a hL'h place in public estimation as Carbine. Tho demons! ni!icu at l''lemin&lt;;ton when ho woi) the Melbourne Cup in ItS'JO was tin' most remarkable ever Keen on .1 rncocourse. As races arc run now, Carbine's jockey, liobert Kaniadi,'e, in...
FOOTBALL. CHILTERN & DISTRICT ASSOCIATION POSITIONS OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 19 June 1914
FOOTBALL. OHILTERN & DISTRICT ASSOCIATION POSITIONS OF CLUBS. Played Won Lost Dw'n Poin" Mt. Opbir 5 6 0 0 20 Xmastown 5 3 2 0 12 Hpringburst 6 3 2 0 12 Cbiltcrn Val'y 6 2 3 0 8 Chillcro 6.23 0 8 BtirDawartba 5 0 0 0 The first round of th« Chilteru and District Association finished in a most satisfactory manner. Only una protest was lodged and nt 'l o )?>.=» meeting it wi« withdrawn Through out the season the best of good feeling lias existed between the various clubs and it is the wish of all that the sjme ?pirit will pn vnil during the remainder of the year. The delegates arid of ficers are a happy family and have struck a good key in arranging for a day's fun to raise funds for providing for players who may get injured dur ing the season This function will Lake place on J.uly 22 when a match between combined teams will be played in the Ohiltern park, and at night a concert and ball will bo held.
THE DRAW, [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 19 June 1914
THE DRAW, Mil*dies to be played on the ground of tin: liiat named club : - June 20 Cliil'i rn V v Chilteru-Brooker Mfc Ophir v Buruawartha-Ilosetigren S(>rii>£^J)urat, v Xui.istowu-Johua Juno 27 Chiltern v SpriiiL'burst-Jolina Xumstown v Mt Ophir-Rosinpjren B-iinawartba vChil'ern V-Brooker J uly 1 Biruawartbn v Chilteru-Brooker Cbiliern V v Xuiaa'owu-JolinB Springhurst v Mt Uphir-Rosengren July 11 Chiltern V v SprinRhurat-Johns Xcuastoivn v Barnawnrtba-Itoseugreu Mt Opbir v Cbillorn-Brookor J..ly IK. Chiltern v Xuiaalowu-Rosengriu ' Mt Ophir v Chiltern V-Brooker Springhurat v Biirmiwartlia-Johns
There is Room at the Top. SIR GEORGE REID AS MENTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 19 June 1914
There is Room at the Top. SIR GEORGE 11EID A8 MEXTOK Sir Georgo Reid went down to Tilbury (E.) on Tuesday, May 5, to di^livjr a farewell address to the emigrants by the big 11,000 ton s eumship Makarini of the recently formed Commonwealth and Dominion S.S. Company, Limited, which em braces three or four tiiuis well kuown in the Australian trade, of whom the Tyaera and the Blilburna are the principal. The Makarini is ono of those eliips which are allotted solely to the emi gration traffic. That is, she is fitted up with temporary ber'bs throughout for the voyage to Australia, and then " gutted" for cargo purposes for the return voyage. The advantage of thi--. arrangement is that the emigrants have the run of the whole ship. 1 > is true that the company reserve to themselves the right to take half a dozen tirst class passengers, but these " mess" with the officers, and have no exclusive right to any deck or lounge or smoking room, or to any other of the amenities of 'ho ship. Sir U...
Ovens and Murray Football Association. THE DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 19 June 1914
Ovens and Murray Football Association. THE DRAW. Matches to ho played on tho grouud of llio lirst Dinned club : - » June 27 Rutherslen v Albury-Hurry Uorder v Rovers-Oaruiiclmel Howlong, a bye July 4 Albury v Rovers-Hurry Howlonu v Border-Ouruilohael Kuthi rgleu, a hyo July 11 Rovera v Uutherg'Kii-Ciiriuichai!1 Howlong v Albury-Harry Border, a byo July 18 Rutherglen v Howlong - Car uiiebaul Albury v Border-Harry Rovura, a byo July 25 Border v Uuiburgleii-Cariniclmol Rovers v Howlbnt;-Harry Albury, a bye Mr P. Travis of the Eldorado Park Bturi farm, Chiltern, sent two ponies by Kuphorion 10 Melbourne during the w el; to bo trained. For Children's Hacking Cough at Kight, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is CJ Wooila' Great Peppermint Cuic, -Jb'ur Oouyhs and Colds novot InilSi 1b M
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 19 June 1914
&P0RT1NU. W. Martin, who for some time past has been training horses in Chiltern, has accepted an appointment with his old employer (Mr G Grenell) of Wangaratta, and took up his new &nbsp; duties during the week. &nbsp; The Railway department have noti- fied Mr Jas. Tanner, secretary of Chil- tern Racing Club, that the reveuue derived from the special trains for the King's Birthduy meeting had been sufficient to cover the guarantee, and that a refund of the deposit money would be made. The rankest outsider to win a race in Melbourne for many a day was John McCormack who got boms by six lengths in the Hurdle race, at Moouee Vallpy, on Saturday. He atar'ed at 100 to 1 against and covered the two miles in 3min. -lO^ecs. Mr J. O. Ingltf, one of the beat known men on the Victoriau turf, waa killed on Friday night last while re turning from the Ballarat races to hia home at Ingliston. His buggy collided with a stump and be was thrown on to the roadway and received ...
Chiltern and District Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 19 June 1914
Chiltern and District Football Association. A meeting of di legates of the abovo was held at Cannon's Council Club hotel, Chiltoni, on Monday evening. Present: President H. 0. Gannon, and Messrs Ring (ftlt Ophir), Brocke.lbank and McGunn (Barnawartha), McKny and Green (Xmastown), Donovan and Pearce (Springhurst), Lafrancbi at.d Neville (Chilturn), Withers and Kobin son (Chiltern Valley) and W. J. Fox (secretary.) A. letter wag read Prom 11. Kosmgitn, Chiltern Valley, asking for a bearing at the meeting Grunted. Mr Rosengien on being called said that be understood the Valley dele gates bad accused him of unfairness. He had been censured unfairly at the previous lupetint! anil ho would like those delegates who lmdnnvihiug lo say against him to do so while he wns present. Mr Ring-You were not accused of being unfair, but. they said you lost contiol of tho g;une. Mr Rosengren-It was a personal grievance. It was very unfair and unsportsmanlike of the Vullt-y dele gates to say what tliuy ...
POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES BATES FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 19 June 1914
POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES RATES FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA. Letters—Half ounce or under .... 0 1 " For every ounce .... 0 2 Urgent Letters—For each Letter in addition to ordinary postage .... 0 6 Late fee .... 0 1 Packets—Commercial and printed papers, maximum weight 5lbs, dimensions not to exceed 2ft in length, 1ft in depth or width, for every 2oz, or fraction thereof .... 0 1 &nbsp; Patterns and samples, packets of &nbsp; merchandise, etc., maximum weight 1lb ; dimension not to exceed 2ft in length, one foot in depth or width ; rate of post- age for every 2oz or fraction thereof .... 0 1 &nbsp; Books—For every 4oz or under up to 5lbs .... 0 1 &nbsp; Newspapers—For each newspaper .... 0 0½ Newspapers magazines and publications not published in the Commonwealth, 2oz .... 0 0½ Post Cards—each .... 0 1 Reply Post Cards—each .... 0 2 Letter Cards—2 for .... 0 2 Registration fee .... 0 3 Parcel 1lb or under .... 0 6 Parcel, each extra lb or under .... 0 3
MELBOURNE MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 19 June 1914
MELBOURNE MATCH ICS The Leu^ue-(Carlton o 13 beat Richmond 5.11, Fitzroy 10.6 beat Essendon 7 8, Geelon** 9.17 beat Collinjjwood 5.G, youth Melbourne 13.12 bent Melbourne 87, St Kilda 15.11 bent University 10 7. 11 beat Purt Melbourne 7 7, Brighton 9.8 beat Briitmwiek 6.9, Prahran 9.14 Hawthorn 9 14 a draw, Williamstuwn 6.18 beat Northcote C.6. The Victorian Football League on Thursday night heard several charaes against players in connection with the previous Saturday's matches. A. His kins (South Melbourne) formerly of Kuther^len was disqualified for strik ing a Richmond player. Hiskins has had an evenLful time. On May 16 he was injured in a collision between a tran/cur and a motor omnibus. - After I beine out of the team for three weeks on uecouut of that accident he was able to play lust Saturday, only to Imve his nhoulder injured so badly that ho is in the hands of the doctor again. A novel eoeno was witnessed by a fair number of spectators at a football match played on Saturda...
CHILTERN VALLEY NO 2 V CHILTERN [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
CHILTEltN VALLEY NO 2 V CH1LTKRN I The Chiltern team journeyed to ' Vulley No. 2 oil Saturday to piny tlu; I upening game in the second round ot I i ho Chiltern and District Association. The first quarter was all Chi)tern's, I the Valley only getting the ball over I ho ceutro lino a few times but one nlly scored a goal for them kicked by Edwards. The play was chiefly &lt;m the eastern wing and in front of Valley';; goal where Chiltern kicked four behinds (F. Donchi, Hillier, L tfiuith and T. Doolan.) Beforo chttny iug ends the scores stood-Valloy No. 1 goal ; Chiltern, 4 behinds. Thou.li Chiltern hud the best of tho second quarter s the play was fairly even. Uood play was shown by Purser Bro?, .Murray. Nelson, liarr and Smith for Vajley No. 2, while L. Smith, Neville, Whelan, Lafranchi and Donchi Bros did yeouiau seivicu for the visitors. Chiltern put up four goals two be L., V»ll"yV 1 kiclccU- by bdwarua from a snapshot. Tho goal kickers for Cbiltern were-r-Cannou (2), Whel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
HOW TO NEUTRALISE DANQEROUS STOMACH ACIDS. Few people besides physicians realise the importance o! keeping the food contents of the stomach free from acid feitnentation. Healthy normal digestion cannot take place while the delicato lining of the stomach is being inflamed aud distended by acid and wind-the results of fermcniing food iu the stoiuach. To secure perfect digestion, fer mentation must bt stopped or prevented, and the acid neutralised. For this purpose physicians usually rfcommend getting a little hisurated magnesia fr^m tbo chemist and taking half a toH.-pnnnful in a little hot or cold water immediately nftpr mating. They recommend bisuratrd magnesia because it is plcapant to take, hun no di>agraeable after ellects, and instantly ^tnps fermentation, ncutralieps the nnid and makra the sour acid food bland, sweet and easily digested. Tbo repulnr use of bi.^urarod magnesia-he sure you get ibu bisurated, as other kinds of magnesia aroof little vaJue-r is an absolute guaran...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
QOLF. Play for (lie first oveut of (.lie | season ou the Cbilteru links (trophy donated by Mr J. Hynn) was con cluded on Saturday. The result was contrary to expectations us long han dicap players are usually successful. 1 The event was won by E. V. Martiu from scratch, with T. Brieso (9) second. Each played sound gulf. The play generally was considerably below ex pectations both from back murk as well as long disiance baudicap players The back markers (M. Bedford, D. Mai tin and W, Stucli) received moro than their share of misfortunes, and ] finished well down tho list. Scores : Gross H'cp. Net E. V. Martin ... 81 sor 81 T. Brieso ... 91 9 82 J. Martin ... 1U3 20 83 C. T. Martin ... 93 9 81 P. Taiueh ... 104 "JO 81 P. Ryan ... 110 25 .85 W. Edgar ... 102 IIS 8G A. Walstab ... 99 12 87 D. Martiu ... 99 7 92 J. Horn ... 108 1G 92 W. Stach ... 100 7 93 J. Ryan ... 110 15 95 M. Bedford ... 103 5 98 ?: Nugent 113 12 l'6°0 B. Allen .... 133 18 105 J. LJerrafy 125 20 105 H. Bennett ... 12...