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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
RUTHERGLEW musical & Eloculionaiy 7id Annua! GompeiKions Aug. 31, Sept. 1, Z &. 3,1914. PHIZE MONEY INCREASED TO £93. Entries cloao positively 8th August, 19X4. Schedules obtainable from Mr F. W. Foroo, Cbiltern, or from the secretary, W. HINE, ltutberglen. LOCAL LAND BOARD. SCHEN3TJ13 of App'icatioos f'»r hearing nt Court HnurP. Buthorjjlfin, on TUES DAY, 7th July, 1914, i*t 0 a tn.: Parish of Carlyle.-0 acres. J. P. Noven. Parish of CbHU-rn West.-Allot. 17. Sec. A. 20 'tcrrs. W, 'Terry, S. T> m J, K 0. Smith, H- It. IlotJnn'Ucn, A. Mi K iy, M. A. Henderson, D. Green, P Flynn, M. Cretan, .1. Conheiidy, \V. Burch, A. U. Holloway, J. Johns, A. Lambert, E. U Snow, Allot. 1H. Spu. A. 18 ncres. 5 F. Snnw, TT. H. Itosen^ron, A. McKay, B. Gr^en. W. Burch. Allot. 10. Sec. A. 17 acres. W. Terry S. F. Snow, IT. It. ItostMi^ren, A. McKay, B. Green, NV. Burch,A. It. Holloway, W. H. Hol loway, A. Lambert, A. Loichmere. Allot. 20. Sec. A. 4*2 ncres. H. It Itosonuron, A. MuKnv,...
CHILTERN POLICE COURT. Monday, June 29. (Before Messrs C. F. Harkin and W. H. Browse, Js P.) OBSCENCE LANGUAGE [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
CHILTERN POLICE COURT. Monday, JUDO 2'J. (tiot'URU MESS I'D C. F. Hmkin MID W. H. Browse, JA P.) OBSCBJFE LANGUAGE Patrick Reardon, a tramp, was churned with using obsccno language in Coimesa street, Cliilteru on Satur day D fendant pleaded that he was drunk. '. Oonstablo Porlingale deposed: At about 2.30 p.m. I arrested accused in Corniest) street and ho made use uf some frightful language. I warned him to leave the town. Senior-constable HI ills corroborated the ovidonce of previous witness. He continued using the language com plained of right to the lock up anil afterwards inside. Tho Bench-You will bo fined 20.s, in default seven days' imprisonment. niisisnsT. Tin: roi.icu. On a charge of resisting tlio police lleardon was remanded till tho follow ing day. Tho court then adjourned. Tuesday, Juno 30. (Beforo Messrs C. l'\ Harkin aud W li. Browso, J.P.) 'RESISTING THE l'OLICE. Patrick Reardon was charged, on remand, with that ou Juno 27 ho did unlawfully roaiut Conotflblo Portidgu...
MOLYBDENUM DEPOSITS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
MOLYBDENUM DEPOSITS. The Zeehan " Herald" (Tasmania) reports: Mr \V. McArthur has secured nn SO-acre mineral lease at North Hee:n ekirk, about a mile to the south-east of the Het-mskirk Tin Syndicate's pro perty, Tasman river. The mineral for which the section has been secured is molybdenite. Mr McArthur who was associated with the stall of the Stale Mining Engineer, discovered the do posit when then engaged prospecting in I hut vicinity. This week he pegged the sest'.on for the State Mining En gitse?r, who later decided not to pro ceed further in the matter. The mineral occurs in quartz in the granite country. The formation is from Cm to 1ft in width where exposed on the surface, and the specimens brought into Zeehan carry an appreciable per centage of the raro mineral. Molybdenite occurs iu the form of crystals on Capo Barron Island, in the Blue Tier, and in tho Shepherd and Murphy 11 ine at Middlesex, and it in, as a matter of fact, rather widely dis tributed in tho north-eastern...
THE STATE PARLIAMENT. A NOTE OF WARNING. [COMMUNICATED] [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
THE STATE PARLIAMENT. A N'OTK OF WARNING. [COMMUNICATED ] There is more than a possibility that the majority of the electors will ignore tho doings of the State Pnrlia ment, which entered on its last session on Wednesday of last week. .For this there are several reasons. A Federal fight is coming, has ac. jilly begun, and the issue3 about which it is to b» waged are vital. More than that, in the Federal arena, foices are so even'y matched that victory will favor whuh ever side displays the finer enthusiasm and the greater tactical skill during the next two months. The S'ate elections an: more remote, the exact ground on which they are to be fought has not been defined, 'and, as regards .party, their result is a foregone con elusion. It is not very easy for liberals to fwax warm about a struggle in which victory is assured. All that has been said shows how necessary it is 11111 the thoughtful minority shall stress the importance of State politics. Mr Watt's le^i^nu tion of the premie...
POST AND TELEGRAPH BATES RATES FOE PLACES IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 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 &nbsp; Packets—Commercial and printed papers, maximum weight 5lbs, dimensions not to exceed 2ft in length, 1ft in depth or width, &nbsp; for every 2oz, or fraction thereof .... 0 1 &nbsp; Patterns and samples, packets of &nbsp; &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 6lbs. .... 0 2 Newspapers—For each newspaper .... 0 0½ Newspapers, magazines and &nbsp; 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 ...
Chiltern and District Football Association. THE DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 3 July 1914
Chiltern and District Football Association. THE DRAW. Mulches to lio played on thu ground of the first nuuu-tl club : July 1 liurnawartha v Chilicrn-IJrooki-r Cliiltcrn V v Xinnsiown--Johns .Spriughurst v Mt Ophir-RoBengrcn July 11 Ohiltorn V v Sprinyliursl-Johns Xmastown v Jjuriiawarthn-Kosengrun Jit Ophir v Ohiltorn--Brooker July 18 Cliiltcrn v Xiniistowii-Hnscngrt'ii Mt Ophir v (Jliilti-rn V-lirooker Spriughurst v B.irnawartha-Johns
COUNTY COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914
COUNTV COURTS. Bocchworth-Thursday, May 28 Tuesday, August 4 Thursday, October 1 I-Senalla-Tuesday, July 7 Tuesday, September 1 Wednesday, November 4 Bright-Tuesday, April 7 Thursday, November 20 Chiltern-Tuesday, May 20 Thursday, August 0 Tuesday, November 24 Wangaiatta-Wedueaday, June 24 Thursday, September 3 Thursday, December 3 Wodonga-Thursday, May 14 Thursday, August 27 Nora-Courts uf Insolvoocy are hold ! at places appointed on same datos ua County Courts and Courts of Mines, i Courts of Insolvency at Bccchnrorth, Henalla, Chiltern, Wangaratta, Wodonga, and Yarrawonga
OVENS & MURRAY ASSOCIATION. POSITIONS OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914
OVENtf A MUKHAY ASSOCIATION. POHITIONK UP CLUHH. Corowa lluthiTKlcn Lnko Hovers l'luytd Won Loot l>w'n 1'oiutB 0 .5 1 0 20 5 4 1. O 111 r» -t x o ih 0 2 4 0 8 15 2 4 0 8 4. X O IH Albury.. Howloug 5 14 0 4 ALIJUKY V LAKP. K0VKH.S. Albury gave the, L>iku Hovers a severe drubbing on Saturday wbon they scored 12 goals 21 hehinds to Rovers 5 Koals 7 bebinds. Ia the match \V. Howes, formerly of Cbiltorn, kicked threo gosln for Albury. HOWLONtJ V C01I0WA. Howlong were ai liome io Curowa on Saturday and after a veiy clcse and exciting contest succeeded in subjecting the visitors to tbeir first defeat for tbe season, and also secured their first step up the premiership lad der. The scores when the final bell sounded were-Iiowloni; 7 goals I behind, Corowa 5 goals 11 behiuds.
SPRINGHURST V MT. OPHIR. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914
SPRINCWURST T HT. OPniB. What was looked upon bb tho principal match ia tho 0. ntid D. F. Association 011 Saturday last was tho meeting of tho Sprinijburst nnd Alt. Ophir teauis OD thn Spriughurst ground, and indeed the struggle for supremacy was a i>ood ono. Both sides had their strongtst oightoen on the field and Llio spectators were given a very good exposition of the j game. The visitors won the tosn I and decided to kick towards the Northern L'oil. They quickly tot to work and had tho home te:im buiy on the defensive. Leseburg snapped first goal and Alt. Ophir added four more points to tho score. They had the best of tho game throughout tho term and when tho quarter ended the aoores were Mt. Ophir, 1 goal 4 behinds Springhurst, nil The opening of the second quarter ?wan.in favor of Alt. Ophir who secured lour eing\oa ia &lt;^uick time. Spring hurst .suddenly woke up, and, from the boot of W. Pluui, throe goals in succession were recorded. The locals kept up the attac...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914
SPORTINU. Snapdragon's, jun, anticipations for the Grand Natiunrl Steepleohase on Saturday (tomorrow) are - Leah Kleabna 1, United Kingdom 2, Gun cap 3 aud Coradjil 4. The Grand National Hurdle Kaco, run at F.emington on Saiurday, wai won by Clontaft, with Lord Grey second and Bill Brandon third. He went out at 5 to 1 BgBt and won by fire lengtha, oovering the three uiilea in 5min .i7eeoa, Kddie McGoorty wao disqualified for hitting below the bait iu a boxing contest aaninat Jimmy Clabby at Sydney on Saturday night. The fi^ht wa3 a very good one, but the foul strike was very palpable and tbo audieuco were satisfied with tbe de cision. Fred Kay, the Aualralian, made a draw witli "Sapper" OMSeill, the English lightweight, at Melbourne on Saturday night. The light weut thn full twen'y rounds and throughout the the encounter tbure was hardly a dull moment On tbo Bombala course, a few days ago, tbe hon secretary of the golf club was playing a round with Mr It G. W. Eppa, of Drummoyno, an...
MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914
MINING MEMS. A breakage of the pinion of tha pumping gear occurred at the Ohiltern Valley mine during tho pist week which caused a stoppige of washd:rt working for nbout four day*. Tho drainage of the mine, however, wai effectively done by haling, and, ia the meantime, the intermediate level was kf-pt. going constantly. ThiB is being carried on in order that No 3 shoot be risen near tho extremity of the north wash drive which ia now about 300ft across the lead from No. 2 shoot. The wash continues to give satisfactory prospects and the ground which is being penetrated is draining well. At tho Pilot tho shaft; has been sunk and timbered to 35ft in hard cement. A building is being erected over the engine aud tho boilers ara almost bricked in. Messrs Mills and Massey are en gaged breaking down atone from a fair sized reef on tho Prince Alfred line. The quartz ia said to be of fair average quality and payable. A crushing of 30 tons of stone from Messrs Cross Bros Bull Ant mine was comple...
RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914
RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in Victoria. Any sum not over £5, Gd ; over £5, but not over £10, 1b ; over £10 but not over£15, Is (id ; over £15, but not over £20, 2 Money Orders by Telegraph. To New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and Perth (Western Australia) : Cliarye for a mes sage in addition to abovu rates. Orders} payable in New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, New Zea land, '"Tasmania, and Western Aus tralia. Not over £2, Gd ; not ov«r £5, Is; not over £7, Is (id ; not over £10 2s ; not o'vor £12, 2s Gd ; not over £15, 3s ; not over £1'/, 3s 0d; not over £20, 4a. ' PACKETS, ETC. I preparation for Post. I Packets may bo sent through tho poat w'uUuuv a wvot. (\>aV not tiinlunvd with ' anything adhesive, such as gum, postage stamp, sealing wax, ole) ; in a cover entirely open at one.end or flido (if the cover be slit, the opening must bo of tho full extent of the end or side, and tho contents must bo easy of withdrawal.) the cover may...
THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914
THE GAZETTE. Surrender of Licenses *nd Issue of Now Licenses in Lieu Thereof. Johanna Bullied, 17a Or 3Gp, Lilli put. Charles B. O'Neill, 3r 7p, Chil tern. LiV-Mers Approved. Phillip Watts, 18 i 3r l!)p, Chiltern. Patrick Travis, 15a 3r 3-p, Chil tern. Limds Proposed to be Permanently Reserved fiotu Sale. Chiltern.-The temporary reserva tion, by order of lStli October, 1875, of 108 acres (morn or less) of land iu Lho parish of Chiltern, as a site for watering purposes, is about to be re voked so fur as regards 7a 2r 3p. A company has been formed in Marilzburg, South Africa, with the object of manufacturing wattle extract in solid form. It is estimated that the cost of landing and setting up the necessary plant iu Natal would be £20,000, and that the cost of dealing with six thousand tons ppr annum would be £3000. The new proposal is expected to save £\ per ton, or 17 per cent on a capital of £35,000 MiBs Ellen Biddell, of Violet Lodge Ipswich, who died in March aged eighty-five, and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914
CLARKE'S B. 41. PILLS. A Wan a ate J Cure for all Acquired o* ou>titutii>naI Discharge* froi V liu Urinary Or^Kns, Irt citK» «ox. Thr?« famous 1'ilN alio caro Gr&Tel, P*UM In the Back, and "all Kidney ©loonier*. Free from mercury. Forty ycnrR* bucccs*. Bold by nil 01»cmlst« and Storekeeper* throughout the world. ! C3 : Coaoeil Club Hotel CONNESS STH li E T, C II I L T E U N. CUMtrul, convenient, comfortablo, catering for nil classes. Ample Stabling always availably for country visitors. BILLIARDS. BILLIARDS. Cannon's Livery and Letting Establishment MOTOR CARS FOR HIRE. A 4* iiS?¥. (In connoction with the Hotel) A V»lucl« civrryinj* mails, p»\ft«r>nj>rrH and ptircola ioavon Um WotoV ilm\y MX a p.m. for ChilLcm Vulluy, XumBlown >t«a luiligo. ' Kiirt'H (siuglu) Is, '2s and 2s 6 1. 'Phono No. 3 STAR HOTEL, OlIJL'fflEIKIS. A. P. BBIESE, Proprietress, BEGS to notify the residents of Cliiltern and district that sho has taken over tho management of this old establish...
CHILTERN LICENSING COURT. Tuesday, July 7. (Before Mr Beaven, L.M.) TRANSFER OF WINE LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914
ChlLTERN LICENSING COURT Tuesday, July 7. (Uofure Mr Buuvuu, L.M.) THAXSKEtt UF WINK LICENSE. James Parolo applied for the trans fer of an Australian wine license at Ovens Bridge, Brimin, from Catherino Elliott. Applicant, who was a native of Italy, staled that his naturalisation papers had been destroyed by fire recently. Tho L,M. - Tt is a very easy matter for a man to make a mistake in mat ters of this kind. Tho applicant is not to blame, but proof of naturalisation must be produced. Tho caau will be adjourned for four weeks. The court then adjourned.
Phases of the Moon 1914. July [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914
Phases of the Moon 1914. July First quarter-Wednesday 1 Full uioou-Wednesday 8 Lust quarter-Wednesday 15 New moon-Thursday 23 First quarter-Thursday 30 Ausust Full moot)-Thursday G Last quarter-Friday 1-1 .Nexv moon-Friday 21 L^irst quarter-Friday 2S September Full moon-Saturday 5 Lasl quarter-Sunday 13 New moon-Sunday 20 First nuarter-Saturday 20 October Full tnoon-Sunday 1 Last quarter-Monday 12 New moon-Monday 19 First quarter-Monday 26 November Full moon-Tuesday 3 Lust quarter-Wednesday 11 New moon-Wednesday IS First quarter-Tuesday 2-i Deceit: -tr Full moon-Thursday 3 Last quarter-Thursday 10 New moon-Thursday 17 First quarter-Thursday 2-Jt
CLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Close season for Game, etc. The whole year [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914
IOI.OSE SKASON IN VICTORIA. CIoho Beacon for Gnmo, oto. Tlia whole year AH Australian iJ'uuuu, with the excep tion of Srakea, in the ^National Parka ami Public Gardei is ; Acanthizaj ot Tita ; KabbkT6, Bee-eaters, Bitterns, Black Cockatoos, B ck Swans, Black-tailed or Rock-IMibler Parrots, Bronze-winced anil oilier Wild Pigeons, Buatard or Wild Turkey, Ca'.ifuniiau Quati, Cater pillarj -.'ateliers, Eph thiimuras or Chats, i Kantaihs, Couch-whip Bird, Cranes-all j birds known aa Crane?, such aa "Egrets, 1 *aia*!Sr,,sss^ fhri'ktTM, Dc-it, Ui>v i-a (./avu rJ.'urLtv)t Dmvls (Wild), Knius, F y cjtellers, Frog mouth ror IVdaryua ai»d Mopokee, (Jraiicalus .Family (all niembera of), Ibis, Kangaroos (black-faced or Mallee (Macro pus MelaiO'ps), Kaiiyaroos (largo grey, Macropua CJieanteus), Kangaroos (larf;e red, 'Mauropup Kufu.s), Kingliahers-all kinda, i i) rl ii il ihl: tlie Great Kiiisj tit-lier or Laughing .lai-kapp, Larks (in eiudin^ (Jinelojaiuphus and Pipits), Lyre Bird, Magpie Lar...
CHILTERN BRANCH A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914
CHILTERN BRANCH A.N.A. Tlio fortnightly meetinc of tbo above waa held in the firo brigadfl hall, Chiltorn, on Tuesday ovoniug. Pro sent: President Lafranchi, nnd Messrs J. HylatitJ, J. W. Horn, F. Booth, H. J. Williamson, G. Tidyman, T. Harvey and H. Mulier (assistant, secretary.) A letter win read From Rutherglen branch, invitina members to a smoke social on July 17. - Mr Hyland moved that the invita tion be accepted with thanks. Secon ded by Mr Booth.-Carried. The secret u y reported that W. Whitiuore was still on tbo sick fund, that H. McMillen declared on on June 20 and ofi' on J uly 2, and J. Sluller declared on on June 27 and off on July 3. The following accounts were passed for payment :-W. Whittnoro, £2; H. McMillen, £1 ; Board dues, £13 5a 10(1 ; Vv.itr.nxi. yTjvsDAUo, £1 11» 3d ; J. D. Muller, 10s 8d. Total, £18 13s Ud. The baliiuce shoet for the half-year was present'd and adopted as followH : Sick fund-Receipts £121 16s 3d, expenditure £63 12s, leaving credit of £61 Is 3...