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LOCAL LAND BOARDS. AT CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914

LOCAL LAND BOARDS. AT rilll.TKKN. A local IhihI hoard, presided over Mr T. K. Wyatt, hind officer, was held at. tlio Court House, Cliiltern, 011 Wednesday Inst, when the following applications wcro ilcn.lt with : Parish of Baruawartha North (Boorgtinyah.) 3 acres. A. Kelley and H. Dosser, applicants-A. Kolley recommended. Parish of Woorrageo North. Allot. 2, sec. Ki, 10'2 acres. J. \V. Horn mul W. J. 1). Toiv.-i« ,tvj> plioants-\Y. ,1. I"). Towora recom mended, subject to paying for im provements. Parish of Chiltern. Allot. ,r>, see. 19, '2,1 acres. H. Nation and (J. D. Martin, applicants -0. I). Martin recommended. Allot. 13, sec. li, 95 acrcs. J. M. I'". lOvans-J. M. P. J'lvitns recom mended.

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OBITUARY. MRS H. KILGOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914

OBITUARY. MliS H. KLLQOUR. Ono of the old identities and pioneers ! of the Chiltern district passed over to thn majority on Saturday hist in tho , porson of Mrs Helen Iviluour, relict of the late Andrew Kiluour, who in years t gb'no by was ono of Chiltern's most fordtnost and best citizens. Her death , occurred at Middle Park, Melbourne, whither sho went to reside 011 the death of her husband soma 12 years ago. Mrs Kilgour arrived in the colony from Scotland at an early age and accompanied her husband to the Woolshedwhen thoso diggings were at their best, nud 011 the breaking out of the Indigo and Chil'ern rushes resided at each of thoso places, ultimately settling down at the lattor town in 1809 where Mr Kilgour carried on a successful blacksmitliinij and imple ment making works until his demise The deeouned lady was of a kindly dispositioned uature and along with her husband dispensed charity to 110 small decree. A surviving family of live daughters (Mesdames Caldwell of North Wil...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914

NEW INSOLVENTS. John Lowh and George Crawford Lowe, trading as Lowe and Son, store keepers, Ueechworth, have filed their schedule in insolvency. Debts, £423 7s Id ; assel.s, 1 la 7(1 ; deficiency, 10s Oil. James (jrenfell, of Uarrie street, I'ullit-r^len, now of 12 Lavertou street, Williamstuwn, salesman. Causes of insolvency-L'ick of employment and sickness. Liabilities, L3 2; assets, 2s. J. Brann, oflicial assignee, Chiltem. For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' G.uui i'cii^cimiut-Curc, 1b 03

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. Flanagan, Newman and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914

COMMbRCIAL. Flanagan, Newman and Co. I r lanagan, rsnwnuin iinrt Co. report having held their usual fortnightly market on Thurs duy last as followsFat Sheep.-Wo hud a good yarding of fats, and although prices were not so high thorn wan a Jinn demand throughout and wo disposed of practically the wholo of our fat sheep. Top price was obtained fur a pen of prime nwes sold for Mr J. W. Teoney. Bijiji, which made 'Mf, pur < chased by Mr J. Moloney ; wethers, sold for 1 same owner, 80/0 lo 24/4-H/l^» purchased by Mr W. II. Morton and Mr J. MoCtigue; wethers, a/o Mr Chan Southern, Tarrawingee, 23/ to '2-1/1; draft of sheep, a/e Dr Boyes and | J. H. Klemai from their Uranquinty property ! to 23/; wethers, a/o Mr G. A.Swinburne, 21/4; laniba for same owner, 10/4: lambs ; sold for Mr T. Connors, Tarrawingee, 17/0; J young lambs for Mr W, JJyrne, Kllerdlio, J5/5 Storo Jamba J4/.7; Jine of mixed age J ewes and lambs 17/; aged ewes with lamba 11/. Fat cattlo.-We a^uin had a very lino ...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rutherglen Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914

11 Rutherglen Shire Council. ProKent: President Graham, and Crs Smith, Hiakins, McLauriu, Gullifur, I Seymour, Burrowea, Meehan, Mui rn, i Prenticp, Macknightand Doolan i A lettor was read i From Country Roads Board, for i warding a plan of the shire on wliii:li id indicated by brown color, the ro.ids which the Board intondB, for tlu* present, to declare maiu roiida, uudur tlio provisions of tbo Country Koa-'s Act. The main roada proposed are Sydney road, SpringhurBt-RutherjjIen ruid, Rutherglen-Wahguuyah roaii, | c-i j vrr",3 i nu:i Sbepparton road, Wodonga road, Chil tern-Howlong road-Received. From Department of Lauds and Survoy, stating that tlie Stockyard d.im, in the pariah of Chiltcrn West, will bn reserved as desired-Received. From Hardware Co of Australia, stating that the offer of £30 for the gravol heiips at 'he Great Southern cuuld not bo accepted, and asking the council to re consider its docisiou Held over for tho present. From Edraondson and Edmondson, as followB :-" ...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Items of Mems [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914

litems of Wiem&e Mr D. J. Cuuii'II, solicitor for William Simpson, of .[Norong, against whom a verdict was obtained by H. Jackson, Rutherglen, horse trainer, for £108 lit the lust silting of the Wau garatta County Court, has nude ap plication for a new trial. The grounds brii fly are: (1) DUcovery if fresh evidence; (2) inisdiroction by the judge to the jury ; (.'>) insufficient weight of evidence to prove that fee* were paid by complainant (Jackson) at defen dant's request. On Monday m'lininx " v..lunl>li" Iwifizy rut,' wivs from n. vehicle ill tlio y'ltrtl t>{ tlio Stur lio'el at Bur nawartha. The owner had left his vehicle in the yard, and, afier par taking of refreshments, he found that the rug had been stolen. The matter was reported to Senior-constable Mills of Chiltern, and it is probable the oil'ender will be brought to book. Mr Lawrence S. Charlton, of Poso niolic, State Bank, Uarnawailha North, wan the victim of an accident on Thursday of last week. A few ...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914

MELBOURNE MATCHES. The League-South Melbourne 10.4 bent Fitzroy 7.12, Richmond 0.11 boat Oollinfjwood 6.12, Esseudoa 5.12 and St. Kilda ti.G (a draw), Carltou 11.21 heat University S.8, Geuloug 9.11 boat Melbourne 3. } The Association- Essendou 0.10 brat Footscray 5 10, Willianietown 0 4- beat Brunswick 6 4, Fort Mel bourne 11.10 beat Prahrau 10.lo, North Melbourne 13.1G beat North cote ^.10, Brighton 1111 beat Haw thorn 5.10. A protest lias boeu lodged by the Springhurat club aguinBt the Mt. (jphir club for playint; HutcbinfOD and Mnffatfc in luat Saturday'n match at Springburst, ou ihejgrouuds that, thoy were ineligible. The matter will bo threshed out over the table on Satur day night Or. Wednesday, July 22. a com bined football match, it) aid of the Injured Players' Fund of the Chikero and District Association, will be played in tl>r. Chil< era park. The ten,mn will l,c cliu»ei> Irou, apriuKl.l.r.V, CU-.U.,. .. I Valley and Uhristmasuiwn to piay Mt. Ophir, Chilt...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Federal Standard. ESTABLISHED 1859 With which are Incorporated THE OVENS CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZETTE. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914

ESTABLISHED 1859 With whloh are Incorporated THE OVUNB CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZBTTB. PtTBLISHBD KvERY FuIDAT MORNINQ FRIDAY, JULY 10, l'JM. Foil sorno time past Cliiltorn hit's beon sadly neglected as fur as the lighting business is concerned. The street lamps are very poor and do not give out anything like a light which the town deserves. Most of tho busine places have acetylene plants, but many of theui are practically >vorn out and new ones will shortly have to be installed unless the council or a com pany t'iko up tin? question of installing electricity. Chilteru is an important town and if our civic fathers were to take the matter into consideration they would find that the ratepayers would back them up in the matter of having electric light. It is absolutely the cheapest light that can ho pro cured. It has been installed at Wo donga, Rutherglen, Corowa, Yarra wungu, Kuroa, and other towns, and ovon Wahgunyah, with a popula tion of about '100, is hiving it in ii ugaratod....

Publication Title: Federal Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Chiltern Branch Australian Women's National League. A SUCCESSFUL SOCIAL AT CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914

Chiltern Branch Australian Wo men's National League. A SUCCIMSFUl* SOCIAL AT CHILTBIIK. Some weeks ago, while tho House of Representatives and Semite wore silling unci before the (Jovernor (ieneral consented tu u double dis solution, the Cliiltern Branch of the Australian Women's National League, duck's 1 on holdiug a Hocial evening and extended invitations to Mrs Moodio and Mr Potts, organiser of the People's Party, Mr C. J. Ahern, and members of the local branch of the People's Partv. M r Trenwith, who was endeavoring to obtain the use of the hall for the same ni^ht, was, however, disappointed, but he was also invited to be present na a guest of tlio party. Tho social took place. 011 Tuesday night iu tho Star Theatre, Cliiltc.ru, and thore was a lar^e .ittendance. CrJ. Lilack (presi dent of Chilternshiie) occupied the i.'li'ir, and apologi-ed for the absence of Messis Ahern^and Potts, who were unavoidably pi^ivinted from attend ini». I>urii«j4 tlin ovuniuij Mr Tnn with iiddronb...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BARNAWARTHA STATE SCHOOL. PRESENTATION OF PRIZE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914

BARNAWARTHA STATE SCHOOL. PRESENTATION OF PRIZE. Tlio Barnawart ha stato Hchuul lintl tlio distinction of winning tlio prize offered in 10115 for the best Kept school grounds in the inspectorial dis trict, given by tlio Board of Directors of the Australian Natives' Association. Tlio Ohiltorn branch being situated closest to the school were asked by tlio Hoard to present tlio prizo-a largo picture, nicely fnuned, of tlie Opening of the Federal Parliament. On Wedno.sday afternoon last a liumbor of meinbers of the Chilteni branch visited the school to make tlio presentation. They were wel comed by the members of tlio School Committee, and the chairman (Or Diffov) explained to the parents aud other visitors present the reason for their assemblage. That afternoon they were to receive a beautiful pictiuo on bolialf of the school. The children had done remarkably well and it was a great thing indeed for thorn to win a prize for the most improved school in (ho large district.. More prizes w...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ovens and Murray Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914

Ovens and Murray Football Association. Tho ordinary meeting of delegates to the above ussociauon was li 'd ar, M'Kay's liotel, Ruilierglen, ou Wed nesday, 1st .July; Mr Deneliy (presi dent) in thu chair. Tho following clubs were represented :-.Messrs Du laney and Linjpitt (Albury), Messrs Taylor and Haig (Border United), Messrs W. L'uliy mid Leseberg (Hoa long^, Mr T. Yates (Lake Kovers), Messrs Luu^huuu and Sheridan (tiu therglen) Correspondence. From (lie Riiiway department, in timating that the .-pecial train uunruu tee was not realis d by £'2 lis 4d. From the Vic orian League, noti fying that they had dismissed the appeal of Lake Rovers against Border United for playing Marks Report fioui Umpire Oarmichae!, stating that the tto:der-Rovers miteh was late in Blurting and ihut Kelly and!"Marks had engigod in a spar during th* progress of the match. The corresponds c.' was received, on the motion of Mr Delaney, secon did by MrLoughnun. Tho secretary read a balance sheet of the resul...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914

WANTED TO BUY-STKUM'UK and »» WINNOWER, in good order. Apply, E. CHANDLER, Hovvlong Roud, Chiltern. Linseed Compound. Tra<lo murk of Kuy'rf Compound Essenco of Linsiud for Coughs and Colds IOVALTY to ChiJinrn consists in having J your HUNTING executod by a Local Printer. We nro LOCAL PRINTERS, nnd uur Pricrs will bear comparison ujtb that of any City Firm. 'ITilS&J&ESBg. fpENDKKS for I'lUKIN« UP and litJlfN JL ING OFF nil (alien timber of '220 ncres. Tenders eloso on July 15. Apply to J. and C. SUTHERLAND, " Koaart," Bar nawnrlha. Star Theatre, Chiltern. Wednesday, July 15, 1914 EUCHRE PARTY k DflfiCE in aid of tbo R.C. CHURCH Fund. Good Munio nod Kefresbments. Cards, 8 to 10 o'clock. Dunca lo follow. K. O'NEILL 1 Joint L. TANNEIt j Hon. Sees. Linseed Compound, of 10 THUS' proven cllicftcy, for Coup's, Colds, Bronchitis, etc. BIG FOOTBALL! CHUTERW PAEK. Wednesday, July 22, 1914 COMBINED FOOfBALL MATCH in aid of tho INJURED l'LA-YEUS" FUND ' ? in tho Chilto...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. CHILTERN & DISTRICT ASSOCIATION POSITIONS OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914

FOOTBALL. CHILTERN A DI8TRIGT ASSOCIATION roniTioKB or CLUBH. Ut. Opbir 8 Springhurel 8 Xmaalown 8 Cbiltern 8 Cbiltern Vsl'y 8 Barnowartba 8 Won Lost Dw'q Points 8 0 0 32 5 8 0 20 4 4 0 10 4 4 0 16 ?2 (5 0 8 17 0 4

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Chiltern and District Football Association. THE DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 July 1914

Chiltern and District Football | Association. . THE DRAW. Matches to be plnyed on the grouud | of tho firht natn» d club :- | July 11 Chiltern V v Sprinshurat-Johns Xmastown v Barnawartha-Uosengren Mt Ophir v Chiltern-Brooker July 18 Ohiltorn v XnmRtown-Rosengron Mt Ophir v Chiltern V-Brooker iSj<rin»hursl v Banmwartha-Johna For Children's Hacking Cou^h at Nipht, Woods' Groat Peppurmint Cure, Is Gd Oh Mnrchsint in thine hour oi ecu If on the Standard you should ecu, Tnknour advice and now ho yyy Ami in that journal advertiii, You'll lind the project of some uuu Neglect usni offer no nxqqq; 13e wise at once-prolong your daaa, A silent business soon dkkk:

Publication Title: Federal Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNTY COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914

COUNTY COURTS. Boochworth-Thursday, May 28 Tuesday, August 4 Thursday, October 1 Betialla-Tuesday, July 7"~ Tuesday, September 1 Wednesday, November 4 Bright-Tuesday, April 7 Thursday, Novorubor 20 Chiltorn-Tuesday, May 2(i Thursday, August li Tuoadny, Novembor 21 Wanijaratta-Wednesday, Juno 24 Thursday, September 3 Thursday, December 3 Wodonga-Thursday, May It Thursday, August 27 Noik-Oourt3 of Insolvency aro hold at places appointed oil same dates as County Courts and Courts of Minos, Courts of Insolvency at Beeehworth, Benalla, Uhiltcrii, Wangaratta, Wodonga, and Yarrawonga

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GOLF. CHILTERN V RUTHERGLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914

OOLF. UHHiTKKN V JtL'THKUGMiN. | A team of tfliiltern golfers visited Huthtrgleii on Saturday, and tried eon elusions wiili the locals, anil sullerec defeat. The Chiltern team was com posed muinly of new players who ren dorod R good account of themselves Afternoon ten was provided by tiio lad\ members of the home team. Scores : liutherglen. Qonts- Holos Aces It. II. Berrvman ... 0 0 \V. M. Strong ... 0 0 I). Burke ... ... H 4 l)r Harris ... ... ii 4 J. liurcli ... ... sq sq A.Stewart... ... 0 0 A. Welshman ... 4 5 W. N'icol ... ... H 8 A. Daunt ... ... 8 5 It. Edinondson ... 0 0 Ladies Miss Scott... ... 1 Mrs Harris ... 4 Miss Berryuiau ... 7 MrB Patterson ... 7 Mrs Hedloy ... 9 Chit torn. Gents- Holes Acc Kric Martin ... 1 J! W. Stach ... ... 11 1 D.Martin... ... 0 0 M. Bedford ... 0 0 A. Walstab ... sq sq \V. Ed^ar ... v.. 3 , 4 C. Johns ... O ' . O J. Martin ... ... O O A. ]3ennott ... 0 0 C. Martin ... ... 2 3 I.adios Miss L. Martens ... 0 0 Miss I. l'ettitli ... 0 0 Miss V. Gri...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING INDUSTRY. LAST YEAR'S RETURNS. INCREASE IN DIVIDENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914

MINING INDUSTRY. LAST VKAKH ItUTUJtN'S. INCKKASK IX DIVIDENDS. The report,(if the ,secretary tor Mines (Mr W. Dickson) mi the minim; industry in Victoria, during tlio year 11)1.'! whs presented I,II tlio Legislative Assembly u» Tu«»>iiiy. Mr IHcltHcm Htiltetl the -Slalo'n ^ulil yield during 1'J 1-3 amounted to I(>7,002(1/. urcss, ur 13 t,!)32uz iiii", valued ut £1,847,'170. a decrease of 10,l'J8oz linn occurred us compared with the output for the previous your. Tlio uy» aiding of old tailings showed a decline, and ac counted in tlm total decrease to the extent ot 1 .*i,U 11< z. Dreduing and sluicing showed a fulling oil' by 6318 oz. The detailed returns indicated that lode milling produced 280,'JG0uz, deep alluvial mining 01,230oz, dredg iiiand sluicing ti5..133oz, mid cyanid in(5 old tailings 30,1 llloz. The output .since the. first discovery in 1801 to tliu end of 111 I 3 amounted to 73,010, 2G8oz yross, or G'J, 107,8U0oz line, equal in value tu £2113,000,1)28. Th...

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JACK SMITH AND POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914

JACK SMITH AND POLITICS. Mr Jack Smith dropped into tho FEDOAI. STANUAHD Oflioo on Wednesday evening tu ronow old acquaintances and to congratulate i the oditor on tho impartial stand be bau marked out for politics, bnt implied that ho would bo warmer in his compliments if all could see eye to eye with him in tho virtues of Labor ideals, and said : Not wishing to ticklo your bristles I will confino my remarks to tho constitutional, judicial and legislative situation as they present themselves to any froe, open and frank mind. Immediately following tho last Federal elections, and following tho noble sentiments and actions of Mr Fisher, Mr Cook should Iiiwo resigned. In failing to do ao, and tbe Governor-General (Lord Denman), seeing that tho Houao of Representatives was unworkable, should havo dissolved it. His ICx c-jlloncyfs failing to do BO is without precedent ;.> tho history of British politics, as is also Mr Cook's .' test" Bill trick. Thoso tw» mistakes, added to Sir Ronald...

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MYSTERIOUS STOMACH TROUBLES. PRINCIPAL CAUSE REVEALED. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914

MYSTERIOUS STOMACH TROUBLES. I'lUNCIPAL CAUSE ItEVEALED. A groat deal of myatery is mado about stomach troubles, and many people go in constant dread of life long incapacity or the horrors of tho operating table just because tliey experience pain in the region of tho stomach for which they cannot account. Instead of looking for the cause of the trouble, they seem only too ready to describe themselves as ** marlvra to indigestion" or " chronic dyspeptice." Excedsivo acidity is said to bo tbo direct cause of more than 00. per cent of ali stomach trouble?, and, nceordiug to many eminent physicians, tbo 'occasional uso of a reliable antacid such as half a teaspoouful of pure bisurated magnesia in a Tittle water after meala, will do more towards righting stomach derangements than nil the patent foods and medicine* ever invented, because this f»pN at tb/> root of tbo trouble-stops fermentation of the food contents, and neutra lists the tteidp which ntherwise would irritate and inflame ...

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CHILTERN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, July 14. (Before Messrs Black and Cock, Js.P.) BREACHES OF EDUCATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914

CHILTERN POLICE COURT. Tuutfdiiy, July I I. [Beforo Messrs "Black mid Uuok, Js.P.) llllKACIIKH UK EDUCATION ACT. Senior-Constiible Mills, un ollicer of I the Education depurlini'iic v Josiiih T. Martin-F.tili/iy 1 o send his child , to koIIQOI the number of days required by tlie Education Act. Mr Wliittfliend apoN'yised for the ulisnncu of defendant. Fined L's, in default three days' imprisonment. Sum* v Mrw Miir^arut K«Hy TLrco clnraes Defendant did not appear. Tii<; prosecuting officer put in fi number of prior convictions for similar offences ayainet accused. Fined us on each of two charges ami lis Gd on the tliird, in default three days' imprison mont in each c«au The court Lheu udjournid.

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