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GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
UKNEKAT, Hl-.StilOWS, Buoohworth-Thursday, May 28 Tuesday, August 4 Thursday, October X Bonallu-Tuesday, July 7 Tuesday, September X Wednesday, November 1 Wangaratta-Wednesday, Juno 24 Thursday, September 3 Thursday, Docember 3
CHILTERN SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
CHILTERN SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, July 1. . Presonfc: Prosidoni Black and^Crs Koller, Brann, Howes, Smith, Diffey, Shello3r and Barlow. The minutes of tho previous meet ing were rend and confirmed. The question of the reply to" a letter from 'the dopnrtmont iu re ference to tho Barnawartha rifle range was introduced liy the secre tary. He explained that he did not .write in reference to the matter till after ,Jnnc IU, and seeing that trouble had arisen ho consulted-the president and had not sinco written the reply. Cr Smith of opinion that- tho secretary had done quite right as the roembor6 of the Barnawartha rifle club should liave made tho tiling clear to the councillors. Cr Howes moved, and Cr Barlow seconded, that the nctionof the secre tary be endorsed-Carried. A letter was read From Corowa Pastoral, Agricul tural and Horticultural Society, ask ing that a public holiday be pro claimed for Chiltern and district on August 19-Granted. From Municipal Association, ac knowledging re...
RAISING THE TARIFF ISSUE. To the Editor of the Federal Standard. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
RAISING THE TARIFF ISSUE. To the Editor of the Federal Standard. | Sik,-It is announced in tho Syd ney " Daily Telegraph" that, when Mr Andrew Fisher outlines his policy at Bundaberg. Queensland, ho will de clare that the Labor Party will intro duce a higher protective tariff in the first session of the new Parliament if returned to power. The plain English of this is. that ^lr Fisher is in favor, of increasing the cost of living. In order to be strictly honest with the people he should state it in that way. Australia has always been noted for some peculiarities, but tho strangest o£ all is the Labor lender in favor of rob bing the poor to enrich tbc monopo list. That is the real object of a tariff. It is so clearly understood in other countries that labor leaders aro invariably freetraders. Hole, is tho very definite statement of one of tho best known of modern labor leaders -Mr Ramsay McDonald. Chairman of tho British Parliamentary Labor Pnvlv. ltu KRJ« : "-Not. only n.m T in favo...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
i>PORTIN«J. A correspondent writes :-" Novel conteata are the rule of sport just now. The latest at Chiltern was a Bausage rating competition that was held at a local cafe. The previous week a trial was held and four entered for a £l sweepstakj. The contestants were a Local Ladies' Favorite, a Knight of the Cleaver, a Local Boniface arid a Limb of the Law. Punctually at 0 o'clock the bell rang All eot ott together and for seven sausayes no advantage was shown. At the ninth sausage Boniface dropped out. At twelve Knight of the Cleavtr cried enough, or rather complained of indi gestion. A spell for a drink was held at the suggestion of the referee, an ex racing club secretary. Bell a«ain rang and at fourteen Lidies' Favorite threw in the spouge. The Limb of the Law going strong determined to put up a record and at seventeen the local supply of sausages ran out. However, a number were procured in the morn ing and live more consumed by tha champion for broakfast. Tbu wiDnor expressed...
THE STUD. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
THE STUD. Word conies from a reliable source that tho well-performed George Freder ick mare, Roseviow, who retires from the turf at tho end of tho present racing year, is to be mated with Eupborion. No better mate for this grand daughter of Carbine could be easily imagined. Tho son of Bill of Portland, in addition to supplying tbo St. Simon and Fisherman blood, tho latter through gallant little Rich mond, for I his well proved combina tion also introduces the Musket line through a channel only second to that of Carbine himsolf in thiit wonderfully successful South Australian sire, Thunderbolt. The well-known N.E district performer, Miss Roland,, is also booked to Eupborion. When it is considered that this rnaro is by The Inquisitor, tho sire of Brownleaf, dam Neugier, successful results should at least be more than half secured. Here tho Musket cross in St. Simon comes through Tho Inquisitor's sire Tronton, Fisheiman also being in evidence through Henchman, a full brother to Robinso...
Chiltern and Indigo Branch F.M.E. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
Chiltern and Indigo Branch F.M.E. Association. Tliu half-yearly meeting of tliB above was hold in the firii brigade boll, Uliiltern, oil Friday evening. Present: President Howes, and Messrs J. Fer guson, A. Lappin, C. Uiirlyle and P. Kyan (si ci etary.) A letter was road 1'row J. R. Little, General Secro Lary, forwarding copy uf rules-Re ceived. Tho balance sheet presented showed the receipts for the half-year to have bi on £70 'Js Gd and the expenditure £51 8* 3d, leaving a credit of £21 Is 3d. Tho report was read as follows : "Gentlemen,-In subiuitiug our half yearly report we beg to draw your attention to the number of members who have joined our branch, viz., 89, of whom more than half havo found other employment and havo ceased to be members. That was owing to closing down ut miuos iu our district. We hope in the uear future to havo a greater number of memb«rs of the association owing to the better pros pects of mining in this district-THOS HOWES, President; JOHN FEHOUKON, Vico...
Rainfall Records at Chiltern. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
Rainfall Records at Chiltern. No. days Year Points rain fell 1887 3717 111 1888 1851 75 1889 .1138 87 1890 2457 88 1891 2567 83 1892 2348" 94 1893 3025 84 1894 4078 117 1895 2427 89 1896 2348 88 1897 1927 92 1898 "2704 92 1899 2387 100 1900 2804 126 1901 2174 110 1902 1C73 77 1903 2729 121 1904 2648 99 1905 2553 118 1906 3329 101 1907 1809 69 1908 2234 104 100!) 2525 114 1910 2409 116 1911 2617 1U 1912 2403 96 1913 2309 98
RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
RATES OF COMMISSION. Jtfoney Orders Payable in Victoria. | ; Any sum not over £o, Gd ; over £t>, ; but not over £10, la ; over £10 bnt not over£15, Is Gd ; over £15, but not over : .£20, 2 : Money Ordors by Telegraph. To. New South Wales, Queensland, ..South, Australia, Tasmania, and . Perth ; ((Western Australia) : Charge for a mea- j «a£e in addition to above rates. : . OrdersJ payable in New Soath Wales, ?Queensland, South Australia, New Zea land, "[Tasmania, and Western Aus tralia. Not over £2, Od ; not ovar £5, 1b; not over £7, Is Gd ; not over £10 2b not over £12, 2s Gd ; not over £16, 3s; not 'over £17, 3s Gd; not over : £20, 4s. ' PACKETS, ETO. Preparation for Post. Packets may be sent through the post vltlioui 8k COVOt (but tlflt fuitann&lt;l with .Myvuu.^ BUCU *« gum, stamp, sealing wax, etc) ; in a cover entirely opon at onekend or sido (l'f the cover be slit, tlio opening must be of the foil extent of tho end or side, and the contents must be easy of withdrawa...
MELBOURNE MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
M K L HO U UN E M ATCI! K8 I ho League-Carlton 7.11 bent &t Kilda 7.8, Fitzroy 10 11 bent ltich mond .1.10, Geelong 9.20 beat South Melbourne G.'J, Oollingwood 11.1G bent Melbourne 7.10, E-vSendon 1121 beat University 3 8. The Association-North Melbourne I). 10 bent Pnihrnn 5 0, Williamstown 12 5 bent Port Melbourne 9.7, Essen don C 2,'i boat Brighton 7.11, Foot scray 1G IS beat Port Melbourne 9.7, Biuoswiclc S 11 beat Northcote G.16. " Tinny" Connolf, who was formerly one of Chiltcrn's lending footballers, is at present playing in the League matches with Melbourne. In last Saturday's lunteh against Collingwood be put up a very good game. During the first quarter of the (JhiltnriiSpriiighurnt football match on Siturday A. Tonkin of yprinp; Umrsli liud ono of bin riljH injured. llo played right through tlio game but had to receive medical assistance from Dr Harkin in tha evening.
Ovens and Murray Football Association. THE DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
Ovens and Murray Football Association. THE DRAW. Matches to ha played on tho ground f tho first named club : July 4 Albury v Rovers-Hurry Howlone v Border-Carmichael Rutberglen, a hyn July 11 Rovers v Rutlierglen-Carmichael Howlong v Albury-Harry Border, a hyn July 18 Rutherglen v Howlong - Car miohael Albury v Border-Harry Rovers, a hyn July 25 Rordnr v Rutherglpn-Carmicbael Rovers v Huwlont;-Harry Albury, a bye Oh Merchant in thinu hour ol oeo If on llio iSTANi'Aiii' yon sliouM ccc, Tukeour ;ulvireumt now hu yyy And in that juurnal tulvertiii, You'll liml tin' projcctof Homo uuu Np^h'tit run ( ITim* no 13o wi60 at once-prolong your daaa, Axilcnt husinues soon dkkk.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
CLARKE'S . B. 41. PILLS. A Warranted Curo for Ul Acquire.! or VwsdiuUuiiikl Discharges froi. v iio Urinary Organi, in i-itbtj scr. *"e®* famous Pills abo cure Gravel, Paina In the Back, and all Kidney Disorders. ?r^ from ajtrcory. 7octy JCW1^ *a0"J^r Sold by all Obemli* fcad Storekeeper! throughout IM I worid. jj MON'S j IjCoaneil Clab Hotel, 1 CON NESS STREET, CllILTEKN. j | Central, convenient, comfortable, catering for nil clussea, i | Amplo Stabling always available .for country visitors, jj BILLIARDS. BILLIARDS. ' j | Cannon's Livery and Letting Establishment I !! MOTOR GARS FOR. HIRES. ! ij FW1S16 ! (In connoctiou with tba Hotel) ! j A Vohicle carryiog mails, passengers and parcels leaves the hotel j daily at 2 p.m. for philtern Valley. Xmnstown and Indigo, ] I t ' iVrm &lt;»l»Ki&lt;0 lar^sT'oiia iS« (Sd. ' Tiiono no. a j STAR HOTEh, CMII/ffJERIff. A. P. BE.IESE, Proprietress, BEGS to notify the residents of Cliiltern and district that she has taken over the ma...
RUTHERGLEN V ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
IlimiKRGLRN V ALHUKT. llutherglen defeated Albury rather eiisily on Saturday, scorin? 11 goals 11 boliitids to 4 goals t behinda. COHOWA V LAKB HOVERS. Lako Hovers visited Corowa on Saturday, and wero beaten by the Border club. The scores wero Corowa, 10 goals 11 behinda; Lake Rovers, 2 goata 7 btliindj.
Phases of the Moon 1914. July [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
Phases of the Moon 1914. July First quarter-Wednesday 1 Full moon-Wednesday 8 Lust quarter-Wednesday 15 Now moon-Thursday 23 First quarter-Thursday .'JO August Full moon-Thursday C Last quarter-Friday 11 New moon-Friday 21 First quarter-Friday 2S .September Full iiiooti-Saturday 0 Last quarter-Sunday 13 New moon-Sunday 20 First uuant r-.-aturday 2G
Local Railway Service [ALBURY TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
Local Railway Service [ALBUKY TO JIELIiOUHNK. mo express leaves Albury.(Sunday excepted) at 8.17 d.ui, leaves WodonRa 8.26 a.m, leaves Barnawartha 8.44 ii.ni, leaves Cbiltern at S.58 a.m, Springburst 9.13 a.ip, Wnugar.n ta 9.38 a.m, nod arrives iu Melbourne at 1.50 p.m A train leaves Albury daily (Sun days excepted) at 2.52 p.m, leaves Wodonga at 3.5 p.m, leaves Barna wartha at 3.28 p.m1 leaves. Cliiltern at 3.45 p.m, leaves Sprin^huret at 4.5 p.m, leaves Warigaratta at 4.37 p.m, leaves Benalla at 5-35 p.m, leaveB Seymour at 8.33 p.m and arrives at Me.bourne at 11.8 p.m A train leaves Melbourne daily at G.15 a.m, leaves Benalla at 11.25 a.m, leaveB Wanqaratta at 12.17 p.m, leaves'_Sprinf;liurst at 12.49 p.m, leaves Cliiltern 1.8 p.m, Barnawartha 1.20 p.m, Wodonga 1.15 p.m, and arrives at Albury 1.53 p,m An express train leaves Melbourne daily (Sundays e.\cepted) at 4 p.m, leaves Benalla at 7.4G p.m, leavea WtiHjjaratta "t 8.30 p.m, leaves Sprinf;hiiist at 8.57 p.m, leaves Cliil tern...
CLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Close season for Game, etc. The whole year' [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
iGLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Oloso aeaeon for Gnmo, oto. The wholo year' All Australian Fauna, with the excep« tton nf Snakes, in tho National Parka and Public Gardens ; Acanthizio or Tita ; Babblers, Iieo-euters, Bitterns, Black Cockatoos, B ck Swans, Black-tailed or Rock-Pebbler ParroiB, Bronze-winged and other Wild Pigeons, Bustard or Wild Turkey, Californiau Quail, Cator piUnrJ catchers, lC\>btbian\jraa or Chats, . Fantails. Conch-whip Herons (uxccpc tlio .Native Companion or Australian Crane), Cuckoos, Cuckoo shrikers, Deer, Doves (Java Turtle), Doves (Wild), Emus, F y catchers, Frog luouth 'or Podar^ua and Mopokes, Graticalus Family (all members of), Ibis, Kangaroos (hluck-faced or Mallee (Macro pus Melaii"ps), Kangaroos (large grey, Macropua Giuanteus), Kanuarooa (largo red, 'ftlacropuB ilufua), Kingfishers-all kinds, incluriini; tho Great King fisher or Laughing Jackass, Larks (in eluding Oincloramphus and Pipits), Lyra Bird, Magpie LarkB (Pied Gralllna), Mallee Hen?, Nativ...
CHILTERN V SPRINGHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
CHILTKllN V SPltlNCJHUHST. Till) mutch which was looked for ward to with most interest oil .Satur day was between the abovo teams in the Chiltern pirk. Both sides went on to the field .determined to win and the spectators wore treated to a really good exhibition The visitors who were the quickest to get to work re sorted to kicking in the ruck and to their rally in the first quarter their win was indeed duo. Sprinqhurst started off kicking to wards the Lako goal. From the bounce the ball was rushed across the ..?round and Wi^liton nnd Withers forwarded where a lot of play around the sticks resulted iu Albert Plum snappiug a good noal. Snowden caused a siugle to bo registered shortly afterwards for the visitors and then another point was added by Alf Plum. Lafranchi, Neville and Robin put in some good work and got the ball around the visitors' citadel but tho ton scoured within distanco and notched Springhurst'.s second goal. Albert and W. Plum each caused both fl'igs to be hoisted a...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH, [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
JLO.SE SEASONS FOK FISH, Black Fish-From 1st September to 16th Decombor in, each year (bolb dates inclusive) Crayfish-Tbo whole year for all lets than 9 inches in length, and for Feraala Crayfish from tho 1st Juno to the 30th November (both dates inclusive in each yi nr Kiijiliph Uoacli-From loth Septembcf to 15th November. English Trout-From tho 1st May to the 31st AUfjost in each year (both date* ir.eUisivp) Gippslnnd Perch-From let August to the IJOtli November in each year (both deles inclusive) Murray Bream, Murray Perch, Murray Crd-Fr'-m the 1st October to the 30tb November tin each year (both d«U b in elusive MINIMUM WEIOHT.S OF HSU. Blackli'l., 4ora ; Murray Cod, IJlbs Murray Perrb, 8oza;Peich, 5oza ; Bream nozs ; Silver Bream, iiozs