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MURMUNGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 March 1914
MUJRMUNGEE. (From our own Correspondent.) A beautiful down|>our of rain fell here on Tuesday afternoon and will do an immense amount of good, jf of an inch was registered at the Murmungee State school in half-nn hour. Still, more is needed to fill up the dams and domestic tanks. A meeting of the local rifle club was held last' week, when some 20 mcmbeis attended. Mr Albei t. Ellen was voted to the chair After read ing: some memos from the department it was resolved to elect officers and committee. The following were then duly electel :-fresid^nt. Mr .las. Orton ; Captain, Mr Walter Wells, senr. ; secretary. Mr II. J. Gatehouse ; treasurer," "Mr Walter Wells, junr. : committee, Mes.si"s Wm Hume, H. Jones, D. Patton and Jas. Morrison. Mr W. Wells informed the meeting that an inspector had visited the piv ' posed rifle btit's and ejtimat-d thai, it. would cost about. Sl'io to ere-.'t and clear ; and as the club has to find ttie first cost the money was forthcoming in the room, which...
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 March 1914
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY QEBSIOKP. Beechworth, dally. , Benalla, daily. Bethang-a, every Wodnceday. CMltern, every Monday, .Wednca day and Friday. Eldorado, every Wednesday. . Rutherglen, overy Tuesday ana Talfengatta, every Wednesday. .Wodong-a, every Thursday, Wangaratta, daily. ' , iWahgunyalj, every second Friday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 March 1914
.The Ideal Woman's Remedy. iBENDIGO NURSE'S SATISFACTORY ' ' EXPERIENCE. Nurse M. J Youlten, of 18 Bridge Street, Bcndigo, 1731105 :-"I found Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills an excellent medicine for those about to. undergo that critical stage of woman's exist ence-the .change of We. I fouiiii them most effective, andT therefore re '?.tiniMiH them. As a nurse of twenty j«-ars"W5perience at BcriJigo,! rav. > Jain Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are ivery useful as a medicine in accouchement cases, and speak: of jthem to those whom I come in con tact with professionally. I cannot add more, out say I recommend Dr. Moree's Indian Root Pills, believing: them to stand unrivalled for tho pur poses named. You may use this testimony. Throughout the many stages of (woman's; life, there is no better or milder remedy than Dr. Morse's In dian Root Pills. They promote regu larity, aid the digestion and. assimil ation of food, and keep the bowels, livor, and kidneys in proper working fcrvous Breakd...
TENNIS. BEECHWORTH V. ALPINE. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 March 1914
TENNIS . BEECHWORTH V. 'ALPINE. The following are details or the scores in connection with the tennis match played at Beecliworth on Wed nesday between teams representing t.tie Becclnvortli ana Alpine tennis clubs: MIXED DOUBLES. Miss Billson and Mr B. Woodhead (B.) beat Miss Oats and Mr A. Tur ner (AJ. (i-1. Miss Alderdice and Mr M. Ryan (B.) defeated Miss Bolle and Mr D. Gallivan (A.), 6-0. Miss Zwar and Mr P. Andrews (B.) defeated Miss Ashby and Mr 0. ilonor (A.), 6-0. Mrs Edwards and Mr H. Walker (B.) defeated Miss Heenan and Mr V. Bradley (A), 'IS-3 GliNTLEMEN'S DOUBLES. M. P. Ryan and P, Andrews (B.) lost, to V. Bradley and A. Turner (A.), 3-6. H. Walker and B. Woodhead (B.) defeated C. Roper and D. Gallivan (A.). 6-1. LADIES' DOUBLES. Misses Billson and Zwar (B.) de feated Misses Heenan and Ashby (A.), 6-4. Miss Alderdice and Mrs Edwards" (B.) defeated Misses Bolle and Oats (A.), 6-3. TOTAL GAMES. Beechworth 45 Alpine 21 v Majority for Beechworth 24.
ENJOYING THE TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 March 1914
ENJOYING THE TRIP. ' Lettere received by' friends in Beech worth from Mr and lira Matthias Oats, who.left Melbourne by the Runic for a trip to England, state that tile trip to Hobarl, from where they wrote, was most enjoy able They were punctual in their attendance at all meals to date of writing and were happy in , the com pany of 500. other passengers It will depend upon how they like their native Cornwall whether they remain nway six or 12 months. Having no family or business ties their move ments will be governed' . bv con siderations only of their personal happiness. If they find the "home'-, climate too severe thev -will qmcklv return to Becchworth."
AD CREE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 March 1914
AD CREE' COMPANY. Til': above company will appear at tfie rV.iiM'al'Hall, Becchworth, for one ni-iiil only on Tuesday, 31st March. V-i's fk'v'er company of entertainer haw just finished a most, successful torn- nl Gippsland iind an; now visit iutr- these parts. At tile head, of t':>> i»o!ii|>iiny is the genial Scotch .unvdi.-ui, Mr Ad Cree, a host in himself. The other artists are Miss Jei triifif; Snmmerhayes, ihe celebrated solo violinist ; Miss Ruby Groves, i-.r.-mist and monnlnsuo artist also .Miss Jennie Cree, balladist. duettdst ;;nd sketch artist ; Mr R. A. Iiai'tle, liiiin, Hie eminent baritone, is also a manlier of the company. Mr Cree will al '(> stai;e the laughable comedy sk':t-!ies, ';Sindv's Courtship aiul tiio Proposal," full of merriment and aughtcr. No pictures to be 6hown but* a good evening's entertainment at popular prices. At Stanley, i Saturday, 28th March.
FORESTRY AND DREDGING. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 March 1914
FORESTRY AND DREDGING. Forestry and dredging called forth interesting speeches. Mr M. T. Hennessy (HiLslnvort.li) moved-"Tiiat (lie State Government bo requested to establish nurseries in centres requiring reafforestation." He Paid that the northern parts of tho State required reafforestation badly, but that trees raised in this cooler districts would not thrive in the north. Mr W. J. McXamara said that it was only in comparison with years "when no attention was given to foivs trv, and the greatest crimes against posterity. were committed, thai, things had improved at all. 'Hie authori ties were not moving as fast as they should, and forestry must be kept, before tho public until legislator ?would sec that they could no longer noglect it. "file motion was carried. Satisfaction was expressed at t.lu findings of the Dredging Commission and the probability of their adoption bv the Cabinet. MONROE DOCTRINE. Control of the Southern Pacific is the subjcct of two recommendations, one ' adv...
MR MURRAY ANGRY. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 March 1914
MR .MURRAY ANGRY. Mr Murray, Ciiier Secretary, Jost patience Oris morning- when dealing with tile allegation of an anonymous correspondent to the Public Health Department, ^that typhoid had broken out at the Kew Asylum .as tile result carelessness - in 'depositing' nightsnil "A' tissue of lies," he exclaimed. "I cannot understand why public bodies and newspapers should take noticc of anonymous letters."
A.N.A. Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 March 1914
I A.N.A. Conference. 1 Among the delegates to the annual conference of the Australian Natives' ' ££sociation, which was opened at _>\ angaratta on Tuesday morning", were Senator Blakey, Mr Bowser, M.L.A., Mr Toutcher, ML'A, Mr Lemmon, M.L.A., and Mr Tunnecli/Te. M.L.A* "Hie day was devoted to tiio Chief President's address, and consideration of the board's report. Before formal business was entered upon the mavor .oi TrVanjraratta (Councillor G Max well) welcomed the delegates' to the .town. The nresidont of tJie Wan- I garatta branch of the A.N.A. (.Mr W T. Higgins) supported him. | £h& motion of the president, it I was ttecided to stad the following tele gram to Dr. Mawson: | "The Australian Natives? Associa I t\on, in, conference assembled, con I gTatulato you and party on success of first 'Australian Antarctic expedi I tion .Whilst deeply deploring tho ..loss of lives involved, thijV welcome I the surviving members back to Aus ! tralia." Later a telegram of appreciati...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. Melbourne, Thursday. JEWELLERY DISAPPEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 March 1914
LATEST INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. -Melbourne, Thursday. JEWELLERY DISAPPEARS. James Glceson at. the City Court to-d;iy was committed for trial on a charge of having stolen on Feb ruary 27, articles valued at £133, the property of James Edward Pike, joekcy, of Kensington, Sydney. On a further charge of having obtained £1 from John Newton by means of a 'valueless cheque, with intent to defraud, at Mount. Buffalo, Gleeson was remanded until March 31.
RAIN AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 March 1914
It-UN AT. LAST. There has - been scarcely any Tain at Beochworth for three months, but favoured as the town is with a mag nificent -water'supply'from Lake Ker fenl the disadvantages from the want of rain were not as severe as in less favoured places. Still there were important mining claims un worked, all potato crops on the verge of ruin, ploughs and teams i;lle tlutfc should have been tearing up tho ground and business at a standstill. These facte require mention to make possible a proper appreciation of tho very heavy rain .which fell in Keechworth on Tuesday. morning'. So great was tho downfall'that in a few minutes low lying places were inches under water, and tho main channels I were unable to carry ofT the waters quickly enough to prevent damage to roads and footpaths. Most of tne water rati off quickly but all tho dams wore filled. In the Three Mile Oieek thore was a flood which brought down much timber and debris that, has since hampered mining op e'rations. There wore''fur...
IMPORTANT TO PROSPECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 March 1914
IMPORTANT TO PROSPECTORS. Mr D. C. McKonzie, Mining In spector, Wangaratta, Ikis received the following letter from the Aus tralian Porcelain Works, 90 William street, Melbourne, dated 3rd March : " Dear Sir,-I beg- to ask you to bo good enough to inform me if you know of any good deposits of Feld spar in your district. If so, whom could we approach for a supply. We are prepared to receive quotations for any quantity up to 10'tons, if a sample is forwarded. There will be a regular demand for suitable ma terial. We would also be pleased to hear of any doppsit of kaolin, quartz sand anil fire clay. You might per haps know of someone in your dis tinct who would bo prepared to communicate with us with a view to business. We would feel very grate ful if you will be good enough to assist us in this matter.-Yours faithfully, A ustralian Porcelain Works, Ptv. Ltd., Herbert del Cott, Secretary."" We publish this letter for the information- of prospectors in the North-East. . Mr Victor Difley...
BEECHWORTH POLICE COURT. Tuesday, March 24. (Before Mr A. A. Kelley, P.M., and Mr J. Ingram, J.P.) DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 March 1914
BEECHWORTH POLICE COURT. Tuesday, March 21. (before Mr A. A. Kelley, P.M., and Mr J. Ingrain, J.P.) DEBT. W. J. Fa veil v. Bartholomew Wheeler: Claim £4 8s 3d, goods sold and delivered. Order for the amount, ?with 15s Gd' costs. Same v. D. Murphy : Claim £6 5s, goods sold and delivered. Order for amount, with 2t>a costs. .WANDERING CATTLE. Hans Susi'miebl v. Christopher Counscll, for allowing three head of cattle to wander in the streets of Beechworth without any person in charge thereof, contrary to tile byc laws. Prosecutor dqtoso;! 1o having found the cattle in Tanswell street on tho lGth March. He impounded them, and they were released by defendant's brother. Defendant was fined 5a per head, with 5s costs.
THE PERFECT HOME HEALER. FOR SKIN SORES AND INJURIES. EVERY HOME NEEDS ZAM-BUK. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 31 March 1914
, THE PERFECT HOME . HEALER. TOR SKIN" SOEES AND INJURIES. jEVERY HOME NEEDS ZAM-BUK. The golden ml© fcr every home is : ?" Keep Zam-Buk always handy/' (Whether it be a bruised' forehead, trapped finger, grazed knee, scalded foot, cut hand or sprained ankle, JZam-Buk soothes away smarting' pain, .prevents the injury from taking "bad .wray=," and ensures quick, healthy pealing Mrs M. Drury, Haneiagh St., Ade-: laide, says "My son Arthur upset a cup of hot tea over his foot when he was quite young. The flesh being so ®=ndcr was fearfully scalded, and fo* .three months the boy was in a shock ing state. A nasty sore formed which geemed to. be eating into the flesh. All efforts to bring the child relief -were ineffective until we tried Zam Buk. This balm proved remarkably soothing, and it soon caused the mass of inflammation to leave the. sores. As we persevered with it, Zam-Buk began to heal the bad places, great progress^being noticeable every day. Continued treatment with Zam-Buk even...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 31 March 1914
Beechworth Higher Elementary Sphool GRAN D Concert Jn aid of tho School .Improvement Fund, will be held in the FEDERAL HALL ... ON ... FRIDAY, APRIL 3rd, Under the auspices of tho School Committeo. TICKETS, 2s and Is. Box Plan at .Wyatt's. C me to See K.ed Ridiqg Bood Rescued* ARTHUR J. EDWARDS, . Head Teacher. QUEEN VICTORIA PARK. Wednesday Night, April 1. Citizens' Pictures To Provide Funds to Complete the Gorge Road. |STAR PICTURE: THE WEB. The Story of a Wayward Woman and an Honest Man. Be Loyal and Support Yonr Owa Town. Adulte, ts ; Children, 6d. . . ^HUI^SDAY EVENING, ABPIL 2. THIRD BEECHWORTH BUILDING SOCIETY SERIES D. and E. THE WHITE HOUSE. CORNER 'CAMP AND FORD-STS., BEECHWORTH E. FALCK BEGS to 'announce that he has oponed tho White House, with a complete stock of high-class CON FECTIONERY, FRUIT and VEGE TABLES. COOL. DRINKS. ICE CREAM. TEA AND COFFEE. A Trial Solicited. BOOKBINDING. SHEET UU.-nG aiia 1300KS neatlj and nrmiy bound at this office hThe priocsare very rca*....
POSSUMS RAID WHEAT STACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 31 March 1914
'POSSUMS., RAID WHEAT STACKS. I Opossuius. have cnlistod Uicmach'es among- tho foes of the grain growor, and at JloeMster they have an ample supply of provender in the -10000 bags 'of wheat stacked near the rail way station. Mr John Roy, junr., who has the contract for stacking and loading Messrs John Diirling and Sons' local consignments, has been at a loss to account for tho damage dono to bags of wheat left uncovered at night on the stacks belonging to the firm. When Mr Hoy went to the stack at daylight to cover up some bags of wheat, ho saw what looked like cats scratching at the wheat. As he approached about a dozen opossums scampered away, and took refuge in the trees. On examining the bags ho found the animals had been feast ing on the grain, having first nibbled several holes in tho bags. Farmers find that stacks of wheat loft intact oil the waggons on their farms! the night before are similarly damaged in the morning by opossums. Mr John Bucanan delivered a load of wheat th...