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THE ARGENTINE. "NO RAIN AND POOR CROPS. BUT BRITISH CAPITAL POURING IN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
THE ARGENTINE. "NO RAIN AND l'OOK CROPS. BUT BRITISH CAPITAL POURING " No rain in some of tho wheat din tricts ; poor crops ; nnd a not too easy feeling as to tho immediate future." Thus Mr Edgar Hardcastle, who is ill business at Bahiu Blauca, the ; rineipnl wheat pxporlins centre of the Argentine, sums up I ho present pros : ects of our great producing rival. Tim outlook is not a happy oi;o, for the Argentine has indulged, like other countries, in a certain amount of mild .peculation, and it is at such times as hese that folli'S come home to roo?t. " But despito tho outlook money has been pouring into (lie Argentine from England and elsewhere. The I railways are financed by English capi t.al, and all the rolling stock is of Ens iisli manufacture. Most of the wharfs, docks, and arain elevators are in the hands of English concerns." Mr Hardcastle statrs that the ex pnttofwool from the Argentine whb seriously decreasing, owing to tie utilisation of the pastoral areas for agriculture ...
Presentation at Springhurst. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
Presentation at Springhurst. A complimentary social was ten dered to Mr W. W. Twoso, station master of Springhurst, ou Friday evening, the eve of his departure for Spotswood, where he lias been transferred after a term of two and a half years at tlio local station. There was a largo gathering. Mr John Pearce presided, and in proposing the toast of '. Our Guest," recounted his experience of various S.M.'H from the opening of t ho North-eastern lino from Wangaratta to Wodongn, at which he was prosent. Ho eulogised the many good qualities of Mr Twose, who was always willing to oblige in the execution of his duties, and a most courteous officer. In conclusion, he had a very pleasing duty to per form on behalf of the people of Springhurst, which was to recogniso in a tangihli) manner the respect and esteem in which Mr Twoso was held, and present him with n gold chain mill pendant, also a silver shaving outfit, which hu hoped would servo to remind him of pleasant memories of tho time lie ...
Rainfall Records at Chiltern. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
Rainfall Records at Chiltern. i Your 188" 1SS8 . ] 889 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 189(5 1897' 1898 lS'ji* 1900 1901 1902 i9o:i 1901 19or> 190(5. 1907 1908'. 190&lt;J' 1910' 1911 1913' . i.9i a; JNo. days ruio ftill 111 75 87 88 83 91 81 117 89 88 92 92 100 12(5 110 i ji 99 118 101 (59 10t 1 11 llli 111 ;i&lt;; 98 Points .'5717 1851 n:is 2457 25(57 2348 3025 4078 2427 2348 1927 2701 2387 2801 2174 107 3 2729 2G18 2553 3329 1809 2234 2525 2409 2(517 2403 2309
Ovens and Murray Football Association. THH DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
Ovens and Murray Football Association. THH DRAW. Mutches to ho pliiynd on tin! ground of ihu lirsl [mined clul) : June -7 Rutheriilon v AUiury-Harry Border v llovers-Carmiclmel Iiowlong, a bye July I Albury v Rovers-Hirry Ilowlonu v Border-CurinicfiiieJ Rutherylen, u bye July 11 Rovers v IluUiergleu-Cwrniiehaea Ilowloug v Albury-Harry Border, a byo July 18 Rutherglen v HowIODIJ.- Car uiichael Albury v Border-Hurry Rovers, a bye July 25 Border v Ruthergleri-Cmrmiebaal Rovers v Howloug-Harry Albury, a bye Jud^o Luiili-Wilfion, K.C., said ;it Exeter County Court to a woman litigant, who continually interrupted : -" Mndiune, I run the risk, 1 know, of criticism from ynur sox wlinn I say that tlipy are the most troublesome people ] have to deal with. Why can't you women pxarcieo the snino amount of Belf-control in the witness box as meu have to do 7"
BARNAWARTHA RIFLE CLUB. To the Editor of the Federal Standard, [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
BARNAWARTHA RIFLE CLUB. To the Editor oj the Federal Standard, SIR,-In last week's issue of tbo ITEDBRAL STANDARD I was attacked by a person sifjnin^ himself "X Treasurer" in regard to my actions in proposing a resolution against allowing the Com monwealth a lease of the Bamawartha rifle range. I consider that that letter was most uncalled for as "X Treasurer" could not hive kuowu uiy reasons for objecting to tho alteration of tho trust. Whilst not wishing to enter into any controversy with a person who refuses to sign bis name I wish now to inform tbo members of tho club, and tlio public generally, that my reasons for objecting to an immediate transfer of tho range, without any information as to the cause, would be a gross violation of the trust imposed in me. I am one of tho oldost mi tu bers and one of tho promoters of the club, and cannot, yet seu auy reason why one of their number should have his guns turned on nic unless it is for I sumo ulterior motive. -Yours, otc, I J. A. S...
RACES AT ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
RACES AT ALBURY. Tlit; Southern .District Racing As sociation held its first race meeting at Albury on Wednesday. Results : First Hurdle R ;u't ?, : I hunt Uvo miles-Abandoned, 0.10, 1; Gold sign, 10.0, 2: GrunfelI, It. 10, :i. Won by a neck. Time, iimiti 45 2-5scc. First Trial Stakes, six furlongs Derick, 8.5, 1 : Heathcrboy, 7.L0, 2: Telccki, 7.7, o. Won comfortably. Time, lniin 17 M-5sec. President's Handicap, one mile Mount Terrill, 'j.fi, I ; Strnthdoon, 8.7, '2; Kitzmack, 7.12, li. Won by half a length. 'J'ime, linin lost'c. Flying Handicap, six furlongs Menthr. 8.7, 1; Brilliantine, 7.10, 2: Uclw, 7.0, Won pulling up. Time, I miu 18 --r>scc. . Welter Handicap, seven furlongs Derick, 0.5, 1; Truganini, 2; Anona, 9.0, o. Won by half a length. Time, lmin 30 l-5see. The polico and railway authorities at t.he Gtalion at Basle searohed for two months for the criminal who bad been giving the reflation whistle for the departure of trains froui the station at irregular hours, and t...
FEDERAL FLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
FEDERAL FLASHES. Mr U. J. Ahurn, M.H.ll., returned to Waugarntta last riight (says Satur day's " Despatch") and attended a meeting of his suppliers at tlio otlice of his firm, when there were over 30 representative gentlemen present. Mr Ahern g'ivc a brief and interesting address on the present political situa tion and also outlined the plan of cam paign for the forthcoming election. A I strong committee was formed and the preliminary arrangements are to be | commenced at once. The meeting was most enthusiastic, and although Mr I Ahern is with his supporters iu their optimistic opinion of the result of the contest nothing will he left undone by the candidate to retain thu Indi seat for Liberalism. The CousLiUrioniil Union, whoso head ollices are in Melbourne, will bo making ari alignments shortly for speakers to visit Uhiltern and deliver addresses. Don't forget, Unit, if your name is not on tlie Federal roll when the writ is issuod you will not. get it tm after ward s. Also don't f...
WANUARATTA HOSPITAL. To the Editor of the Federal Standard [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
WANUARATTA HOSPITAL. To the Editor of t/tc Federal Standard £ 'Jv.tt1 J""'-'-'.i:. -,v i u-7; iliu .sum of £10 lis tOil proceeds of Chiltcin Valley concert held recently. On behalf of my committeo will you please insert this letter in your paper thanking the concert committee and the people for the splendid j^ift. Chiltern Valley people have for many years eontrilmted liberally by enter tainments and otherwise, and my committee wish to extend to them their lii^h appreciation and thanks for their generous eiforts. -Youi'fl, I etc., .J AS II [NCIII.KY, lisccri'tnv Wiingiuattsi, 24/0/1 -t.
COMMERCIAL. Evans and Langlands. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
COMMERCIAL. Evans and Langlands. Messrs Evans and Langlands, auctioneers of Wuni/urutta, held u successful sale in the as^i^ned estate of Mr R. Daglieh, butcher of Cbiltern, on Friday last. Mr Evans wielded tbc bummer. Hordes were sold as follow : Gelding, 5yrg, £10 ; gelding, 7yrs« £0; saddle hack, Oyrs, 1)0; gelding, 7yrs, £10; mare 7yre, in foal to Princo Gordon, £7/15/; draught mart1, 7yrs, £13/15/. The shop atM outbuildings were passed in at £130. 13 nrres 3 roods 30 perches r>f land at BlaoU Dog Creek, with cottage erectod ihcrcon, was knocked down to Mr C. JJ. O'Neill at £8/10/ per acio. 33 uureB 3 roods 28 perched of land, Deep Creek, adjoining tho properties of Messrs i\ Travis and Towers, was pur chased by Mr P. Byrne for £2/L7/0 per acre. A piece of ground 88ft by- 00ft with stable, at the rear of the Hank of Australasia, fell to Mrs Daglish at £12. Tho same buyer also secured a 4 roomed cottage on Epsom road at £-10. A 2 roomed house in Nickless street was passed in a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
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BURNING FATALITY AT BARNAWARTHA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
BURNINC1 FATALITY AT BARNAWARTHA. On Wednesday evening last a tiiiui about 57 years of age, named Heini i[uis Reinhardt, who was living in a hut on Air 15. Clayton'H farni, at liarnawartha, was burnt, to death. At about (i p.m. .Mr Clayton went to the hut to see if the man was in anil was horrified to find him lying with his head in the lire and his clothing burning. He ijuiekly pulled the old fellow out and poured some wat er over liiiu, but lie had passed all human aid and was dead. Judging by the way in which he was burned he must have, been in the fire for some considerable time. A magis terial enquiry was held yesterday afternoon.
CHILTERN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
CIIILTUKX CLUH. A cominitteu meeting of tho uuovo club wus held ut the Council Glut) hotel, Ohiltnrn, on S.iturduy evening. Present: President Cnnnon, and F. Douclii, T. Doulan, II. Waiu, M. Hayes, B. Donchi, J. (in'lnghor, W. Fox aud E J. Neville (liuii. secretary ) Accounts amounting t0 £1 1 were passed for payment. Air Neville was appointed delegate to make ar rangements for b°ne(ib concert and football match. Tlio meeting then adjourned.
The Federal Standard. ESTABLISHED 1859 With which are Incorporated THE OVENS CONSTITUTION and Murray GAZETTE. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
ftHapl Swart KSTABLMIIBD 1859 With whloh aro Incorporated THE OVENS OoNSTiTtrrioir and Murray GAZBTTB. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FRIDAY, JUNE 26, lUM, The recent concert bold at Cliiltorn Valloy in aid of tho funds of the Wangaratta Hospital resulted in a profit of £10/3/10 aud at a meeting of the committee on Friday evening it was resolved to submit the name of Rlr F. Marengo to tho management for a life governorship. Mr W. T. Hedley, who for the past twelve months has been stationed at Chilteru, as a linesman on the electri cal engineer's brauch, has been promo ted to tho position of senior linesman. At 11 o'clock Mass on Sunday, at Springhurat, llev Father Ureinin, P.P., made an appeal lo his congrega tion for donations towards the build ing of a R.C. school at Chilteru, which met with a liberal response, tho result promised amounting to £57 15s, which amount it is expecti-d will bit augmonted by donations from several members who were not prest nl (it h meeting nftcr Mass. ...
MELBOURNE MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
MELUOUKN'E MATCH EH I ho Leaguo-Essendon 'J 13 beat Ueelotif; 5.11, liiuhuiond 9 11 boat Si Kilda 9.12, Carlton O.llj beat Culling wood 0 15, South Melbourne 9 10 bnat University 8.7, Fitzroy 12 11 bent Melbourno 8.15. The Association.-Footscmy 12.14 hunt Brighton- *1.8, North Melbourno 10.tt bonti Xirutmwiuk « fct, Williuiiid lown 10.10 beat Essendou 0, Haw thorn 13.11 bent Port Melbourno 9.21, Prahran 17.9 beat Northeoto 5.1 J. At, ( lie conclusion of ' it football match id- Glenfcrrie on Saturday between Hawthorn and 1'url. Mel bourne, a tnol) of you ni^ fellows rushed tin.! ground 11 ml dealt with Umpire I'ritehard. '['lie police col lared .several of flic crowd but onlv one 111:111 was locked, up. The con stables also received a severe liaud linir. There are two umpires of the same mime acting in tile association and I'ritehard states tliat tin1 demon stration was meant for his namesake. Charlie .lohns, one of Mt Ophir's leading loot bailers, has decided to retire from the game...
DISCOVERY OF MOLYBDENITE VISIT OF AS EXPERT, AN OPTION' TAKEN OVER THE PROPERTY. INTERESTING DETAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
DISCOVERY OF MOLYBDENITE . r VISIT OF AS EXPERT, r AN OPTION' TAKEN OVER THE PROPERTY. INTERESTING DETAILS. Since the discovery of this mineral at Snowy Creek by Mr 0. Itoach, great interest has nob only been din played locally, but almost throughout the whole o! the mining community of the State, and the possibilities of - -»the iind as a permanent and payable proposition has been discussed from nil standpoints. That there is a keen demand for the mineral is everywhere apparent, for already Mr Roach has been approached l>y investors anxious to secure the property. On Tuesday evening Mr Stephen Terry, a well known expert, arrived in Bright by motorcar, with a view of visiting the show on behalf of his (irm. Mr Terry is ft gentleman who hns explored - every nook and cranny of the mining fields of the Commonwealth, in addi tion to many other countries, and his opinion of the value and uses not only of molybdenite, but mining generally, is decidcdly interostiii". Jn answer to our re...
HELPING THE VIGNERON. PHYLLOXERA RESITANT STOCK. OUTPUT TO BE INCREASED. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
HELPING THE VltiNERON. RIMXUXIDU KKSISTANT STUCK. OUTPUT TU HK IS'CLTEASKU. Tim visit of the Minister of Agricul ture (Mr Hutchinson) to the Ruther i^len district 011 Kriday mid Saturdiy has proved 11 great success. On Friday morning the Minister was shown, at Mr J. Prentice's pro perly, the operation .of subsoiling for vine planting 20 inches deep by using twelve horses. Sir W. H. Chamber-,' young vineyard, planted with rosis'mil stock, was inspected, Mr Chambers explaining to the Minister the system that he adopts in viue culture and tlit: production of hiuh ela^s wines. The large cellars atNotherby were then visi ted, Mr RI. T. .Graham showing the Minister over tho cellar.-;. All Saints' vinoyard cellars gave the visitors an idea of the cxt cut tho vii.e indu?try luay reach when onterprisu and Itnuw-^ ledgo aru used. MrHmith, chairman of I he vii^ric rnns1 conunittee, explained the object, of bringing the Minister to the dis trict. It was not with a view of ask ing the department...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 26 June 1914
TOO WEAK TO WALIC DUE TO WORM FEVER SURPRIS ING RESULTS OBTAINED FKOM COMSTOOK S 44 DEAD SHOT' WORM PELLETS. Children are often eutioriiiK from Worms, and oven some have Worm Fever without- their parents realising the cause of A inimhlo m^nirice in llmt of B u by Weisa, whose photo U reproduced, in addition to the mother's letter. This l.ul}* HtuTee the child was too weak to walk, owiu^ to no other roao"ii than the pre sence of theso parasites in tho From a photo. system, and tho only remedy ihut ( xtcrminated them waa Comatock's " Dead Shut" Worm Pel lets. " IVTy liitle ^irl now four and a hal rears of was nntVovinu for over fou? years, writes Mrs F. Wei*s, of !Ni Red fern iStreet, Redfurn, .Sydney, N.S W, .' She itpj.'t.«ared to have consumption of ihe howoifl, and I took her to the Mospi tal whe re I hey prescribed powdera, which | 1 vave her, but did not heem to do uuv .joi.d: I then discovered hhe liad Worm Kever, and tried various medicines, which, alth"u^h they caused her to ...
COUNTY COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
COUNTS' COURTS. uoochwortb-Ihuradny, May 28 Tuesday, August -1 Thursday, October 1 Bunalla-Tuesday, July 7 Tuesday, September 1 Wednesday, November 4 Bright-Tuesday, April 7 Thursday, Novembor 20 Chiltorn-Tuesday, May 20 Thursday, August 0 Tuesday, November 24 Wamjnratta-Wednesday, June 24 Thursday, September 3 Thursday, Docombor 3 Wodonga-Thursday, May 14 Thursday, August 27 NorE-Courts of Insolvency aro hold at places appointed on satno datos as County Courts and Courts of Mines, Courts of Insolvency at Bcechworth, Benalla, Chiltern, Wangaratta, Wodonga, and Yarraivonga