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REMINISCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
KEMINISCENT. Mr IaaRO Mellor, one of Chiltern's very old identities, had a very interest ing chut with a representative of the FEDERAL STANDARD during the week, j Born in the North Riding of York shire near Huddersfield in 1839, Mr| Mellor remained in his native lnu&lt;! ; until he was 16 years of ago. His | father camo to Victoria soino timo previously, and in 1855 Mr Mellor, I accompanied by his mother and brothers, arrived in this-State. They j travelled in the sailing boat Callmnc", and amongst his shipmates were Mr.- : Bagley, who now resides at Ruther- \ alen, and the late Mr T. Hyland, I father of Mr John Ilyland, of the firm ! of Wain and Hyland, blacksmiths of Ghiltern. The voyage occupied 7.3 days and they had their Xmas dinner iu Hobson's Bay. Ou landing in Mel bourne they immediately set outi for Firey Creek (now Beaufort) whero ho joined his father and Btartud work on a surface hill where the gold was plentiful, and they were successful. After leaving Beaufort h...
HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
HOW TO HELP YOUK TOWN Talk about it. Write about it. 13uy ul! you can in it, llemember that by assisting tradesmen, you help tho plucc along, rtiroimno u.ii.1 nuuint your local pup«r, luul by HO doing you lurtfior ibu buu interests of tbo town. Treat strangers with tho utmost courtesy ml hospitality, so that they may take away good impressions of it. Klcct good, reliablo men to all public ' positions, not bccauso they strain themselvc? for popularity, but on account of their stamina and trustworthiness. Keep tho money in tho place. Sell all you can and buy ail you can at home. Thu men who have invested in stores, workshop?, and other business places aro building up tbo town, and they should ho encourugbd. llcmember that in giving tho local news paper ofticc tho preference for your job printiug orders, you aro helping in the advancement of your town, as the newspaper is thereby helped. Where tho newspaper stuff are working day nnd night for the advancement of your town, tbo ordinary ...
RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
RA.TKS OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in Victoria. Any sum not over £5, 6d ; over £5, but Dot over £10, 1b ; over £10 bat uot over £16, 1b 6d ; over £15, but not over £20, 2 Money Ordora by Telegraph. To New South Wales, Queensland, Bouth. Australia, Tasmania, and Perth (Western Australia) : Charge for a mes sage in addition to above rateB. OrderaJ payable in Now South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, New Zea land, ^Tasmania, and Western Aus tralia. Not over £2, Gd; not over £5, 1« . not over £7, Is lid ; not over £10 2a ; not over £12, 2s Gd ; not over £15, 3b; not 'over £17, 3a Gd; not over £20, 4s. ' PACKETS, ETC. Preparation for Poet. Packets may be sent through the poat without a oover (but not fastened with , »rvy nuoh ua Ram, pottcitto entirely open at one,end or Bide (if the cover be slit, the opening must be of the full extent of the end or side, and the contents must be easy of withdrawal.) the cover may boar the Bender's name and addrosB, and the words ' packet,' ...
AN ENGINE DRIVER'S RETIREMENT. PRESENTATION TO MR I. MELLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
AN ENQINE DRIVER'S RETIREMENT. PRESENTATION TO MR I. MBLLOR. At the change of afternoon and day shifts ab the Chiltern Valley No. 3 mice on Saturday last, the employees ?of the couipnny tonk the opportunity of saying good-bye to ooo of the oldest employees of the company in the person of Mr Isaac llellur There were about 40 present) in the company's office on the mine, and by a vote of the meeting Mr J. Cock, manager of the mine, was voted to the chair. Mr Cock thanked those present for pl&cing him iu the ch-iir, and said : " In takina the chair wherein you have thought fit to place ma- I am inclined to think you won id rather I should, in addre>siui;i you, drop the stereotyped, and often meaningless expression of gent'emeu. I propose, therefore, to excise two-thirds uf that word and to address you-us I kuow you to be by llie last, and best syllable-Men. Now, m ii, our object in beiu^ hero this »ftt:rnoon is to say good bye to one of the oldest of our comrades who has wor...
Help in Cases of Accident. BURN AND SCALDS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
Help in Cases ot Accident. UUUNS AND BCALPH. Cover with cooking soda and .ay wot clothes over it, whites of eggs mid olivo oil, olive and linseed oil, Hour and mixed chalk and whiting DiiOtV.VINO. 1. Loosen clothing, if any 2. Empty lungs of water by laying body on its stomach and lifting it up by tlio uiiddlo so that the head hangs r(owii ; jorlc tho body it fow tiuieu 3. Pull tongue forward u«ing hand korchief or pin with string if neces sary i. Imitate motion of respiration by alternately compressing and expand ing tho lowor ribs about twenty timed a minute. Alternately raising and lowering thn arms from tho sides up abovu the head will 6timuIato tho action of the lungs; lot it bo done gently but porsistently f). Apply warmth and friction to extremities. C. By holding the tongue forward closing the nostrils, and pressing the " Adam's applo" back (so as to close entrance to stomach) direct inflation can b tried. Take a deep breath and breathe it freely into tho mouth of the patien...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
CLARKE'S B. 41. PILLS. A Warranted Cure for fell Acc,uircd or 'oustitution&l Discharges frm. V be Urin&ry Or^nns. iu t'it'tei sex. 1 bes« famous Pills also core Gravel* PRIM In the Back, and all Kidney Disorder*. Free from mercury. Forty years' boocm*. Bold by all Ohemlati and Storekeeper* throoghou* tlw world. STAR HOTELi, CHIJLVESX. A. P. BBIESE, Proprietress, BEGS to notify the residents of Chiltern and district that, she has taken ovor the management of this old established and well-known hostelry, and hopes by running it oh up-to-date lines to merit a continuance of support. The Oldest Established Commercial Hotel in tho Di-trict jLlea, Wines, Spirits and Cigars of the First Quality. Hot and Cold Baths. Billiards Crawford it. Co's Stables. "There's Just Time for a Drink" at .. HUGHIE SMYTH'S TELEGRAPH HOTEL CONKF.SS stn/Ri-.-r, cnn.TKHN. Always a Good Glass of Ale at this liotel. Uest brands Liqubrs, Cigars, &c. The Xs Meal a specialty. First-class Accom...
HOWLONG RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
HOWLONQ RAILWAY. The Railway League held a public meeting at, Howlong ou Saturday night, Cr \V. Leahy bsing iu the ohair. Tho meeting waa pleased with the secretary's report re tbo prospects of the railway line beiii'ti placed under the CommiaBiou to report upon, and it waa decided on tho voices of the meet ing that the secretary urge the matter 011 through the members for Corowa and Albury districts. Aftor discussion on various matters with regard to tho movement, it was decided, on the voict'8, that the secretary call a publio meeting when information waa received that the matter bad been placed under the hands of the Commission. Tho meeting closed with a vote of thanks to the chairman. On Wednesday night a committee meeting of the Leaeue was held. The vice-president, Mr W, B. Hamilton, in tho chair. Apologies wern received from Mr A V. Browne, "Mayfield," and Cr Doolan, Brown's Plains. A general discussion took place on various matters, dealing with the question o£ railway servic...
Municipal"- Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
Municipal"- Elections. Following, is a. list of councillors for the various shirea whose term of oilier expires in August : Chilteru-Ore .7. Bhiclc (Cliiltcrn), .J. Bninu (Indigo), li'irnawiirtli.i. (110L decided ) Beechworth-Crs N. Wooding [KiiKt Central), U. Vimtlenburi; (West Con Lrul), (J. G. Wilson (North), T. (-. Ferguson. (South.) North Ovens Shire-Crs II. J. Klminn (Central), II. K. Wny (I0s(. court), J. Smith (Turruwingue), G. Uimdloy (Kill,nvnrr».) Oxltsy Shire--Cm J I. S. iUilno (HnsL ern Rid in i;), V. Wyllie (Central)," .J Dinning (Western.) liutherjaleu Borough-Crs \V. II. Allen, J). Hamilton, and 11. S. Bush. Iiuthergldi Sbiro - A. Prentice (Brown's Plains), A. IMcLiiurin (Lilli put), J. HiKkinss (Norong), A. C Mcknight (Wahguiiyah.) Wnn&uratta Borough Council-Crs G. Maxwell, G. A.^Xcague, and A. Ji £i»ilh. Wodonga. rShirc - Cr J. Garrett Wodonga), Or J. Pollurd (Bonugilla), &lt;'r S. T. Parkfir (Green Hill,) Yackaudandah Shire-Cr If. llodg ton (Yackii...
Local Railway Service ALBURY TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
JLocal Railway i>erv/ce [ALBURY TO MELBOURNE. jliio express leaves Albury/(Sunday excepted) nt 8.17 B.m, leaves Wodonga 8,26 n.m, leaves Barnawartba 8.44 n.in, leaves Chiltern at 8.58 a.m, Springhurst9.13 a.in, Wanganita 9.38 u.in, and arrives iu Melbourne at 1.50 p.m A train leaves Albury daily (Sun days excepted) a: 2.52 p.tu, leaves Wodonga at 3.5 p.m, leaves Biirna wnrtlm at 3.28 p.m' leaves Chiltern at 3.45 p.m, leaves Springhurst at 4.5 p.iu, leaves Wangaratta at 4.37 p.m, leaves Benalla at 5 35 p.m, leaves Seymour at 8.33 p.u) and arrives at Me.bourne at 11.8 p.U) A train leaves Melbourne daily at (i.15 a.u>, leaves Benalla at 11.25 a.m, leaves Wangaratta at 12.17 p.m, leaves^Springhurst at 12.49 p.U), leaves Chiltern l.S p.m, Bnniawnrtha 1.20 p.m, Wodnnga 1.15 p.m, and arrives at Albury 1.53 p.m An express train leaves Melbourne daily (Sundays excepted) at 4 p.m, leaves IJenalla at 7.40 p.m, leaves Wnimaratta i't 8.30 p.m, leaves S'pringhinst at 8.57 p.m, leaves Chil t...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
SP0RT1NU. Local and district puntera, who were iu the know ou Saturday, scored well by the Wabguuyah- filly, Coquet dalo, winning the Miaook Two-year old Race at Caullield. Goquetdale it by Futile-Miss Carldale, and as a yearling was purchased by Dr LaDg, of (Jorowa, for 85 guineas, and is now owned by Mr A. F. Cullen. She was riddon by the weli known district jockey (Ally Hyland.) Coquetdale weut out at 8 to 1 against and won bj half a neck after negotiating tho sit furlongs in limn. ITaeca Tho Richmond Cup, run at Caul tield ou Saturday oter ouo Ulile and tbreo furlongB, was won by the Kil uioro gelding Sylvauuiore. He went out at 5 to 1 agst find beat Moasme by half a head. The time lor tho race wa3 2uiiu. 2-lAsecs. By winning at Caulfield on Satur day, the Wahgunyah tilly, Coquetdaie, and the Kiluiore horae, Sylvanmore, brought to Cbilteru, through ths local punt-era, about Ji600. The horiei wrre freely backed at good prices Mr Rupert Uroena was, on Friday, appointed starter for...
CLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Closo acason for Game, etc, The whole year [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
xOl.OSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Closo season for Gamo, eto, The whole year AM Australian JPauna, with tho excep Mdii of Snakes, in tho National Parks ^nd Public Gtudena ; Acanthizio or Tita ; It.itiblur*, Beo-eaterB, Bitterns, Black Cockatoos, B ck Swans, Blackmailed or Rock-P^bbler Parrots, Bronze-winged and other Wild Pigeons, Bustard or Wild Turkoy, CaUfomian Quail, Cater pillarj catchers, Ephthianuraa or Chata, Knntailn, Coach-whip Bird, Cranes-all birds known as Cranes, such as "Egrota, Herons (except thu KaIivo Companion or Dovra (Wild), Emus, K y catchers, Krog mouth 'or PoriarguB and Mopokee, GrnucaluB Kami J j' (nil memhera of), Ibip, Kangaroos (black-faced or M alleo (Macro pus Mt'liui"|B), Kangaroos (largo grey, Macropua (Jiyiiiitrus), Kangaroos (largo rod, tMacropus Iviifus), Kingfishers-all kinds, including tho Great King fisher or Laughing Jackapp, Larks (iu eluding Cincloramplius and Pipits), Lyro Bird, Matzpie Larks (Pied Grnllina), Malleo Hen?, JS'ativc Bcnra (Koolaa), ...
MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
MININQ MEMS. At the Cbiltcrn Valley (says the Sydney " .Bulletin") tha evergreen Joe Cock bas got into tbe wasli of the gutter in the east and north drives oil' No. '2 shoot. A little patch here of., " 33 fathnmn ~ i. nts fworaft" i&lt;t mom bou»oio«»». *" P..y BooJ aivUU-ndu it tliu adjoining ground does not go back on the old man. This decent proapeoc has brisked up the grumbling element in tbe co. and a little issuo of 2500 reserve shares at 12s 6d has beeu rushed. With the cash from this parcel of oddB and end* Joe Oock hopes to gut a bustle on at the claim. As its record of gold won is over the million mark there ought still to be a chauce for him in the dtepor ground. The yield of gold from chn Great Southern Consols for the fortnight wag 80£oz* from HO fathoms. At tbe Pilot tbe eh»ft has been sunk to a depth of 2L'ft in soft country. Excavations for the foundation of boiler have been taken out and a bricklayer tins bren engaged to build same in. The erection of the ma...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
LOKK SI'.ASONH KOK FI.SII. Jjlack Fish- From 1st September to lntli December in. each year (both dates inclusive) Crayfish-The whole year for all less thxn 9 inches in length, and for Ft male' Cr&yfish from the 1st Juko to the 30th November (both dates inclusive in each yrar Fnplieh Roach-From loth September to loth November, English Trout-From the 1st May to the 31st August in each year (both dates irchisive) Gipppland Perch-From 1st August to the ."Oih November in each year (both | d.'les inclusive) Murray Bream, Murray Perch, Murray Cert-Fnmthe 1st October to the 30-h November cin each year (both datis in elusive MINIMUM WEIOHTS OF FISJI. BlacMi-h, 4ozi&lt; : Murray Cod, 1 Albs Murray Perch, 8ozs ; Poich, Duzs ; Bream ijnzn ; Silver Itream, onzs
CHILTERN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, June 23. (Before Messrs Harkin Browse, Js.P.) WANDERING CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
CHILTERN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, June 2-3. (Before Messrs Hnrkiiut Urowso, Js.P.) WANDERING CATTLE. Senior-constable Mills v William Henry Kennedy, John Ryan, John Evans, Tobias BranD,Thomas Bourse and George Wells, for ajlowiug their cattle to wander contrary to the 13th schedule of tho Local Govern ment Act. Senior-constable Mills deposed : I am an officer of the Chiltern ahira council. On June 111 found the cat tle belonging to the defendants wan dering and put them iu the council yard from where they wore all subse quently released by their owners. In each case a fine of 5/, with 13/ costs, was imposed, ill default distress. Mr Whitehead appeared for com plaiuauts iu each cish. The court then adjourned.
How to Injure Your Town [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
How to Injure Your Town Kun it down to visitors. Go to other pliicos for your supply. Look sorry when a stranger talks to you of buying property in it. Kefuso to seo merit in liny scheuio unlcBB you aro " big-dog" in it. Uon't invent. Show your distrust by re fusing to lay out any nionoy in it. Lot your tonguo wag idly about your noighbor, without knowing the facts. Cut those whom in your vanity you Ihmk beneath you, and split up into classed and cliques. . ltcfuso to advertise in your local paper, and to give it your printing orders to execute, l'coplo sum up your town from its advertise ment shoot. Xhon you will effectually damn your town and district.
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. Letters-For every foz or under 0 1 PoBt Cards-Stumped on Cards... 0 1 Letter Cards to New South Wales, South Australia, Tasmania, Queensland, West Australia, New Zealand andjFiji ." 0 1 PoBt Cards, Reply Post Cards, Packets, Books, Newspapers, Registration Foe, same as for places within Victoria Parcel Post-For every parcel of lib or under ... ... 0 8 Each additional lib or under (up to 111b) 0 6 Rates to the Unltod Kingdom and Foreign Countries. Letters-For. every Joe or under 0 1 Post Cards-oach ... ... 0 1 Reply Post Cards-oach ... 0 2 Newspapers-loz, Id, each ad ditional 2oz ... ... 0 Oj Cotamercial Papers-2oz 3d, 4oz 3Jd, Goz 4d, 8oz 4id, lOoz 5d, thon every 2oz to 5lbs .. 0 1J j Printed Papers, other than news- j papers, for every 2oz or under up to olb ... ... ... 0 1 Patterns and samples-For overy 2oz or uudur up to 12oz ...01, Registration Fee ... ... 0 3 Acknowledgment of delivery of a J registered article ... ... 0 2£ Parools Post, wholly by ...
POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES RATES FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA, [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES BAT£8 FOR PLACES IN TICTOKU, Letters-Half onnco or under ... 0 " For every ounco ... 0 Urgent Letters-For each Letter lu addition to ordinary postage 0 Late fee . ... ... .. 0 Packets-Commercial and printed papers, maximum weight Clbs, dimensions not to exceed 2ft in length, 1ft in depth or width, for evory 2oz, or fraction thereof ... ... ... 0 I tterns and eamplos, packets of merchandise, etc., maximum weight lib; diraonsion not to exceod. ,2jftJn length, one foot L "«it WKittl . L -''1 (nct\on thereof ... ... ... 0 Books-For every 4oz or under up to Dibs ... ... ... 0 Newspapers-For each newspaper 0 Newspapers t magazines and publications not published in the Commonwealth, 2oz ... 0 Post Cards-each ... ... 0 Reply Post Cards-each ... 0 Letter Cards-2 for ... ^ 0 Registration fee ... ... 0 Parcel lib or under ... ... 0 Parcel, each extra lb or under ... 0
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notes may bo obtained at any Post Office in Victoria Hours of pay m«ntl0.a.m. to 5 p.m. Tho following are the denominations of the notes, and the poundage, or tho price charged for them:-Is, Ad ; Is Gd, ^d ; 2s, Id ; 2s Cd, Id ; 3a, Id ; 3s Gd, Id ; 4a, Id; 4s 6d, Id; 6a, lid; 7s Gd, 2d: 10s, 3d; 10s 6d, 3d; 15s, 3d ; 20a 3d/' MONEY ORDEUS. United Kingdom, and othor^* British Possessions and. Foreign Countries, Cd for each £1 or fraction of £1.
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. Town and suburban, within proscribed limits, or within fifteen miles from the .ending station, including address and mgnatora, not exceeding 16 words, 6d ; «afh. additional word Id. witU'ui Ut« BUto, \ town and suburban,-Including address and \ tigoftturo, not excoodtng ,16 words, oi % 1 each additional word Id. Interstate.-From any 0110 State to mother, including addreoB and signature, and not exceeding 10 words la ; each ad ditional word Id. On telegrams to and from Tasmania the charges are those mentioned abovo, with cable charges added, which at the present time is Ad per word. Double tho foregoing rates to be charged (or the transmission of telegrams on Sun day, Christinas Day, and . Good Friday and for " Urgent" telegrams. Tho foregoing rates are'^excloslre o porterage ohargea
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
WEDDINGS. 4- k MARTIN-ARMSTRONG. ' A very pretty wedding was celebra ted on Wednesday, May 27, at 5 p.m., at All Saints' Church of England, East St. Kilda, when Mus Ursce Aumtrong (Into of Chiltern Valley Statu School), fourth daughter of Mr Chas. W. Armstrong, of East Prahran, and Mr Leo Martin, of Mildura, second son of Mr Clias T. Martin, of Outturn, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony by Kev. A. H. Ashton. The bride, who was giveu away by her father, was attired in a draped gown of white satin trimmed with lace and pearls. Her veil, which was a uift of the bride's sister, was prettily arranged in a coronet fashion over a wreath of orange blossom. The bride ci tried a shower bouijuet of roses and nzaleas, the gift of tho bride groom. Tho little train-bearer, Master Horace Barclay, tho bride's nephew, who was dressed in cremu corduroy velvet with cardinal Napoleon hat and wbito crooked cane, performed bis duties well Miss Kuby Armstrong, tbo bridesmaid, was gowned in t*m bo...