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THUMBS UP. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
THUMBS UP. Pat hud been turned out from homo, and wns looking for a job wli'*n h-» met tlie devil. lie told tho devil his troubles. The devil oflVrrd him the job hb s'olter, nnd told him to pitch overyono in tho (iro that came along. First came nn Englishman. Put put him iu. Next camo a Scotchman. Put put him in. Next earae nn Irishman, but Pat did not put him in ; be told him to eet behind tho wood. Thn devil hearing this catna along and said to him-"Pat, why didn't you put him in." But Pat said, " What's tbo good of putting bim in ; be won't burn, bo's too green." Au English farmor once paid a visit to London. Whilst there bo mot a friend who was a oyclo dealer. IIo told bis frietid lie wanted to buy a cow. His friend, being a good business man, advised him to buy a bicycle, dayiu?, " Think how funny you would look riding through the street on a cow." The farmer answered, " Yoa, but think bow funny I would look trying to milk a bicycle."
BOWLING. CHILTERN V RUTHRGLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
BOWLING CHILTERN V liUTUKItQLEN. The Chiltern green wua the aeene of battle between the above teams on Saturday last. The visitors, however, wero in much bettor form than tbo Chilternites and camu out victorious by 58 poiuts. Scorea : - Kuthorglon. No. 1 rink - Berrymun, Huhs, Welshman, lleatiy ... 35 No. l! rink-Kearnan," Edwards, Halliday, Edmondaon ... 29 No, 3 rink-Strong, Allinsou, Jfif fors, Stewart ... ... 3G Total 100 Chiltern. No. 1 rink-Cannon, Whitehead, Stach, W. Anderson ... 10 No. 1! rink-Branu, J. Anderson, Kavanagh, Griolington ... 12 No. 3 rink-Mills, Burrows, Wal utab, Daglish ... ... 11 Tutu I, .12
LADY ROSE G.M.CO., CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
LADY ROSE d.M.CO., CHILTERN. Tho half-yearly reports and balance sheets of tlio above company havu been issued. The receipts werp-To .. balance from last Hocount, £278 8s 3d ; uolil account, £850 4s Id; calls, £2 18s .la. Total, £1134 109 8d. The expenditure was £1131 10s 8d, ?wages absorbiug £823 as Id, battery charges £60 1 Is Id, lircwood £20 13a 9d, cartiiJL' £11 5s, aud management expenses £18 ,'Js lOd. The balance remaining at ciedit was £117 13s. The miuo manager's report is an under : Ladies and Uontleinoii,-I bog to submit report of operations at your mine for lite nix months ending 31st December. During the above term the stouo in. the North stopes, 250ft level, has been exhausted ; a riso was put up 20ft above these stope6 but did not discover auy stone, but I am satisfied that if this rise was continued we would cumo on this stone ugaiu, which up to the time of i s cutting out carried fair gold. A crosscut was put out 56ft to connect with the Blue shaft on the Lady Ruse ...
CHILTERN METHODIST UNITED EFFORT. A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
CHILTERN METHODIST UNITED eFFORT. A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION. A meeting to wind up the recent Bports meeting, sale of gifts and con . cert, under the auspices of the Ciiiltern Methodist Circuit, was held in the Methodist church, Cliiltrrn, dm-- I'Yid y evening last. Present: Mr Dennis (in the chair), and Mosdames Russell, ICelly, Kosche!, iMiuilay ami Lufui*, nud Misses Pascoe and (Jo.-tin, and Messrs H. Cooper, It. nud T. Withers, M. Pascoe, F. 0.u&lt;, 0. Coleman, T. Lufoe . and C. Oats (secretary.) The balance sheet presented showed . the receipts to have heuu £(i.'i l."w 1 Id, the principal items bring - Donations and tickets, Ciiiltern, £6 5s lid ; Ciiil tern Valley, £ii 10s lid ; Barnawattha, £6 ; Cookiuburra, £1 7s ; sale of gifts, £10 8s 5d ; gates, £5 5s 6d ; drinks, ice cream and afternoon tea, £11; cash at concert, £G The expenditure was £11 2s 8d, leaving a credit of £02 l.'k 3d. . The chairman explained Unit nftur paying off the dobt on the church they would h...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
bPORTlNU. Tbe members of tho CbiUurn fire brigade aro now in active training for tbe demonstration to bo bold at Ben digo in March next. Some good per formances have been put up, and we may hope for some of tho prices to bo brought to Chiltern. A great military display and sports meeting was held in Albnry, on Mon day, and passed off mo3t successfully. Several Chiltern defenders were pre sent, and H. Rogers was amount tba prizetakerB, being in the team that won tho flag race. At the Ueeloug races on Friday last Bo'Jchal Machrea started fatorite in the Trial Stakes. The gelding ap peared to have tha race well in hand, but was beaten on the post. Chiltern punters loat heavily on tho sou of Grafton. Elfbolt, who raced unsuccessfully at the holiday meoting3 at Wodonga aud OhiHern, was r starter in tha Batburst Cup, run nt Boolaroo on Monday, but tinished out of place. Tho event, which was run over nine furlr>n23 and worth 100 BOVB, was won by Huenalt 9 7, with It's Funny and Panda in...
NEW SOUTH WALES V VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
NEW flOUXU WALES'V VICTORIA. Tbo match for tho Sheffield shield between the above tcam3 vras concluded on the Syd ney cricket ground on Wednesday. The N.S.W. team won by an innings and 32 runs. Victoria scored 332 runs in the first innings and 311 in tho second, while their opponents made 675 in their first innings. In the courso of a cricket match on Mon day between Sutton's Melbourne staff and the country w;> nin son,"of thstfcIbournoVoVs I -with five successive balls, each of the batsmen being bowled. In 1859 J. Wisden, of Eng land, playing at Rochester, against "22 of United States and Canada, took sis wickets with six successive balls. A Kazenove (Ox ford University), in a match with Oxford shire, in 1853, took five wickets with five balls. Twelve oricketers have achieved the distinction of taking four wickets with four successive balls.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
TMK DYSPEPTIC'S HANDICAP Tbe dyspcplic is sorely handicapped in this Jfe, If be is a man ho can't keep pace with his fellows because of the weakness, the depression, and the Buffering that indigestion inevitably brings iu its train. If a woman, she often finds it impossible to carry out tbe daily household tasks, or meet the demands of a business occupation because headaches, distressing bilious attacks, palpitation, and sleeplessness are Hpoilins her life. This strenuous age wants men and women of strong fibro, boundless energy, and great cheerfulness, but tbe dyspeptic is not amongst the num ber. How can he expect to be 1 How can lie hope lo get through the day's work speedily and eliicieutly if his mind is clouded and hu system clogged with tbe poisonous products of indiges tion. How em any tnau, or woman either, work well and cheerfully, when the well-springs of good health and strength-the stomach, liver and bowels-are disorganized and weak cued? It can t be done. The etl'-c'iv...
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. Lutters-For ovory ioz or undor 0 1 Post Curds-Stumped on Curds... 0 1 Letter Curds to Now South Walon, South Australia, Tasmania, Queensland, West Australin, Now Zealand and.Fiji 0 1 Post Curds, Koply Post Curds, I'ackots, Books, Nuwspupors, liegiBtrution FOB, samu aa for places within Victoria Parcel Post-For overy paraol of lib or under ... ... 0 8 (inch additional lib or under (up to 111b) ... ... ... 0 G Kates to the Unitod Kingdom and Fo roign CouDtricii. Lottera-For ovory ^oz ?r undor 0 1 Post Curds-ouch ... ... 0 1 Koply Post CurdH-each ... 0 2 Newspapers--tozj Id, ouch ad ditional 2m ... ... 0 OJ Commercial Pupors--or. !ld, 'tax ;iid, (iu7. -Id, 8o7. 'IJd, lOu?. 6d, tliun every -ok to Olbs ..0 1 Printed PuporB, other than newi> pupors, for ovory Hoz or under up to 51b ... ... ... 0 1 Patterns and sumplos-For ovory 2oz or under up to 12oz 0 1 Registration Fco ... ... 0 3 Acknowledgment of dolivory of a registered article ... ... 0 2£ Purcels I...
HOWLONG V MOORWATHA. Moorwatha. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
HOWLONO V MOOJIWATIIA. Moorwatba. F. Barling, c S. Boyle, b Cary.. .. 3 J. Wellor, 0 A. 0. Boyle, b Cary ,. 14 E. Ziebartb, b DeMamiel .. .. 1 K. Humphries, std .. .. .. a&lt;_ J. Barling, b DeMamiel .. .. 0 H. Weller, b Hamilton .. .. 0 W. Barling, c A. 0. Boyle, b Cary .. 0 A. Maxwell, b Wyao .. .. 0 H. Ziobartb, b Hamilton .. .. 3 R. Agnow, not out .. .. ..19 N. Hull, b Cary .. .. ..1 Sundries, .. .. .. &lt;1 Total, .. .. ..69 Howlong. S. Boyle, 0 Ziebarth, b F. Barling .. 8 W. LoBhy, retired .. .. .. 2S C. Ellermen, b W. Barling .. .. lo J. Wyse, c Ziobarth, b \V. Barling .. 20 W. Gee, retired .. .. ..10 L. DeMamiel, retired .. ,.19 G. C. Boyle, not out .. .. ..6 0. Hamilton, b F. Barling .. .. 15 C. Cary, c J. Barling, b W. Barling .. 7 C. Hamilton, b W. Barling .. .. 0 A. O. Boyle, b W. Barling .. .. 0 Sundries, .. .. ..It Total, .. .. .. 136
Househodl Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
uaiiamiMi h'iiw Household Hints. Very large hats arc extremely diliioult to han^ up securely. This difficulty can bo overcome by stitch ing a loop of tiipo to (ho liPiitl-liuiuu of the hat-. The loop is easily slipped over any hut pop. When au iuvalid's room need sweeping the best way h to wipo up (he carpet with coarse towels wruii-j out of cold water. This disposes of the dirt without annoying the patient either by dust or noise, and is the method employed by trained nurses. Poisons of many descriptions, which lmve been intsntionlly or accidentally taken, may almost instantly be ren dered harmless by simply drinking half a pint of sweet oil. A person will) a strong constitution miiglit take more. Instead of buying pcuuy packets of table salt, put two pennyworth of of lump salt in a cool oven to dry thoroughly, then Rrn'c and sift it. With ovory loz of salt, mix a toaspoou fal of cornflour, put iuto jars or bottle*, and 6ture fur use. It will never Rot lumpy. A buttonhole worked iu...
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. Town and suburban, within proscribed limits, or within fifteen miles from the . eudiuy station, including address and cignuturts, not exceeding 10 words, Gd ; i«i»ch uddilional word Id. Other places within tho »Stute, oxcopt own and nuburbnn, including addrooo and . t^imturu, not exceeding 10 \soruo, Od ; each udditiotml word Id. Interctuto. - From any ono Stnto to ->nothor, including uddroBS and aigimturo, and not exceeding 10 wordo la ; each ad ditional word Id, On telegrams to and from Tasmania the charges are thosu mentioned above, with cable charges udded, which at tho present j timo is Ad per word, Double the foregoing rates to he ohargod lor tho transmission of telegrams on Sud day, Christmas Day, and Good Friday and for " Urgent" telegrams, Tho foregoing rates aro'^oxcldai^o o j porterage charges
BUNGOWANNAH V GOORAMADDA. Bungowannah [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
UU.SGOWAKNAH T OOORAVADDA. Bungowarirmh G. Cary, b W. Graco .. .. ., 5 A. Ferguson, b W. Graco .. 3 Chambers, 0 Doolan, b Nation 57 W. Lavis, b J. Ltsoberg .. .. 0 W. Vroctor, 0 Kutzou, b Nation ,. 7 J. Ferguson, b M. Grace .. .. 7 J. I'roctor, 0 Loseberi;, b Grace .. 3 L. Lavia, 0 K. Dunn, b Graoo .. .. 0 F. Lavis, b M. Grace .. .. 6 G. Lavis, not oul .. .. ..20 H. Ilowney, b Nation .. .. 3 Sundries, .. .. ..12 Total, .. .. ..123 Bowling.-J. Losoberg, one picket lor 'J3 rups; W. Graco, 'J (or 33 ; H. Nation 3 far 30; M. Grace, 11 or 'J.5. GooramaJJa. G. Nation, b Proctor.. .. ., 0 T. Doolan, 0 Lavis, b Lavis .. ,, 0 V. Kutzou, 0 Ferguson, b Froctor .. 0 W. Graco, 0 Ferguson, b Lavis .. 2 K. Dunn, b Froctor .. .. ..11 U. Nation, b Lavis .. .. ., 0 M. Graco, c Ferguson, b L. Lavis 11 J. Lesebprg, c Lavis, b I'roctor .. Q Ii. Graoe, run out .. .. .. 3 W. Dunn, b H. Bowpey .. ,, f T. Buckley, not out., ,, ., 1 Sundries, ,. ,, 3 Total, .. .. ..33 Bowling.-W. Lavis, 3 for ? ; J. Proctor,...
SEVERE STORMS. GREAT DAMAGE TO PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
SEVERE STORMS. GREAT. DAMAGE TO PKOl'EKTT. On Tuesday morning a very Bovero storm was experienced throughout the Bungowanuah (N.S.W.) district The Methodist Church was completely demolished. Tilt) builcfiuu wus a weatherboard structure iihoul. 30 foot by 20 feet, and rested on n brick foundation, and ivas lifted clear away from the foundation, and when it dropped literally crumbled to pieces. On Wednesday when the llov G W alkius i'uruer visited Bungowitu iiah he was amazed at the complote ruin that the storm had made of the building. The church was blown down in the fierce wind and hailstorm that occurrid about two o'clock ou Tuesday morning. The fall of hail was phenomeual, some of the hailstones beiug of extraordinary size. While the fall lasted the noise was deafening A good doal of destruction was wrought in the track of the storm. At Mrs 11. White's residence, op posite the demolished church fifty fowls weru killed by the hailstones. A multitude of birds was also killed and nu...
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
I __ | POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notca may bu obtained at any I'oat Office in Victoria HuurB of pay inont 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The following are tlio denominations of thu notus, and tho poundage, or tho prico charged for thorn :-Is, Ad ; la fid, Ad ; 2s, Id ; 2a (id, Id ; 3s, Id ; 3s Cd, Id"; 4s, Id ; 4s (id, Id; 5a, lAd ; 7a (id, 2d ; 10a, 3d ; 10? (id, 3d ; 15a, 3d ; 20a 3d,.' MONEY ORDERS. United Kingdom, and othur^t British t'oaaeaaiona and Foreign Countries, Gd ;or each £1 or fraction of £1.
RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
KATES 'OF COMMISSION. Money Urdora Payublo in Yiotorin. Any sum not over £5, (5d ; over £5, but [Kit over £10, Is ; over £10 but not uver £15, Is (id ; over £15, but not over £.20, a Money Orders by Telegraph. To Nevr South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and Forth (Western Australia) : Charge for a mes -aj;o in addition to above ratea. Orders| payable in New South Walos, Queensland, South Australia, Now Zea land, Tasmania, and Western Aus iralia. Not over £2, Gd; Dot ovttr £5. Is; not over £7, Is lid ; not over £10 L's ; not over £lli, '-'s &lt;>d ; not over £15, ;is ; not over £17, 3s Gd; not over £20, -Is. PACKETS, ETC. Preparation for Post. I'ackotn may bo eont through tho post without ft cover (but not fastened with anythin^'adhosivo, aucb as gum, pootayo wtamp, sealing wax, otc) ; in a cover entirely upon at one;ond or nido (if tho covor bo slit, the opening must bo of tho full extent of tho ond or Bido, and tho couleutii must bo en ay of withdrawal.) ...
RUTHERGLEN V CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
nCTHBlUII,E!f V CUILT2BN. The crickot match to have been played at llutberglen, on Saturday, by the above teams did not take place. On Friday the secretary of tho Chiltern club received a wire from Kutherglen to tbe effect that they could not Ket a team and would play the' match at tbe end of tbe round. If a club can put a match off in this way then ibero is something rotten in tho rules. Chiltern 6houid receive four points for tho game, as tho fact of ltutherglen not being able to got a team should not bo considered a satisfactory reason to postpone the matob. j
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
VARIETIES. Mrs. Younuhusbancl: Why can't yrni stay at brum* iliir, wot morning, Goorgo" Your employer can get along without you. George: I know It; but I don't want him to And it. out. Mr. Su'bbubs: Goofl gracious, Luo.v, Mary Ann tried to start the fire with kerosene, anil she has been blown out through the roof! Mrs. Subbubs: Never mind; It's her day out, anyhow. A tourist came across a number of boys who were apparently quarrelling over a dog In their midst. In answer to his inquiries, ho was told that they wore seeing -who could tell the biggest lie, the winner to have the dog for a prize. "Oh, my young friends," exclaimed the gentleman, "that is very wrong! I nevor told an untruth wheu I was n lad." "The pup's youri!" cried the com. petitors in chorus' He (complacently) : "Yes, I always sleep in gloves. They keop tho hands no soft." She (Biveetly) : "Really! And do you sleep in your hat too?" Miss De Stylo: I want a new hat. Shopman: A new iiat, miss? Miss De Style: Yes; cne of...
Local Railway Service ALBURY TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
Local Railway Service ALBUKY TO MKLIJOURXB.' j no express leaves Albury (Sunday excepted) at 8.17 a.id, leaves Wodonga 8.26 ft.ru, leaves Barnawartha 8.44 a.til, leavcB Chiltern at ;8.58 a.m, Springhurat 9.13 a.m, WaDgaratta 9.38 a.in, sad arrivea in^Molbourno at 1.50 p.m A 'train leaves Albury daily (Sun days excepted) at 2.52 p.ro, leaves Wodongft at 3.5 p.m, leaves Barna wnrtlia at 3.28 p.m* leaves Chiltern at 3.15 p.tu, leaves Springhurat at 4.5 p.m, leaves WaDgaratta at 4.37 p.ni, leaves Benalla at 5'35 p.m, leare* Seymour at 8.33j p.m, aud arrives at Mo bourne at 11.8 p.m A train leaves Mtlbourno daily at G.15 a.m, leaves lienalla at 11.20 a.m, leaves Waugaratta nt 12,17 p.m, leaves Sprinahurst at, 12.19 p.m, leave)) Cliillern 1.8 p.ni, Bamawartlia 1.20 p.m, Wodooiia 1.15 p.m, aud arrives at Allniry 1,53 p.m An express train leaves Molbuurno daily (Sundays excepted) at 1 p.m, leaves Beualla at 7.1G p.m, leaves Wnuyaratta at S.30 p.m, leaves Sprin^liuist at 8.57 p.m, leaves Cbi...
COROWA A V COR[?]A B. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
Cor.oWA A v COKU^i B. 1'Iiyed at Uorowu on Saturday. BcoreB Corowa A. A. Baylies, b Bowden .. .. 0 Morgau, b Thouiaa ., '2 Vincent, b Bowden .. ,. .. 0 Ogilvio, b Thoiuad .. .. ..13 Bracbe, c and b Buggy .. ..18 Armstrong, o and b Richardaou .. i Berry, o Jackson, b Kichardeou .. i Began, b Buggy .. .. 0 Dunn, b Buggy .. .. .. 1 Soymour, b ltlohardeon «. . ? 0 Kilgour, not out ,. .. .. 0 SuudricB,.. .. .. 5 Total, .. .. ..47 Bowling-Bowden, 2 wioketa for 14 runs ; Thomad, 'J for 18 ; BuggJt 3 for 4 ; Biohard sou, 3 for 0. Corowa B. M'Callum, o Ogilvie, b Bracbe .. 15 E. BavJitfo, c and b Viocpnt .. .. 3 Kichardson, c Dunn, b Brache .. 0 Buggy, not out .. .. ..85 Bowden, o Uepan, b Braoho .. .. 0 A, Jackson, c Kilgour, b Morgan ». 4 C. Jackson, b Morgan .. .. 0 Clarke, o Began, b Morgan .. I Bov. Doudt, b Morgan .. .. 6 Thomas, absent .. .. .. 0 Johnson, c Bayliss, b Vincent.. .. 9 Suodriu?, .. 8 Total, .. .. ..90 Bowling-Morgan, 4 wickets for 23 runs ; Vincent, 'I for 27 ; Brache, 3...