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Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914
unicipal Elect" Following ia :i list of councillors for the various shires whose turn) of ollici expires in August : Chiller.i-Cra J. Black (Chiltern), J. Bnitin (Indigo), J. A. Sutherland (B'lrimtviirllm ) Beechworth-Crs N. Woodinjj (East Central), IJ. Vandc-nlierc (West Con ? ml), C. C. Wilson (North), T. 0. Eersjuson (South.) North Ovens Shire-Ors H. J. Ivleuini (Central), II. it. Way (list court), J. Smith (Tiirrnwingce), G ] laixlicy (KUiawjirru.) Oxley .Shire-Crs M. S. Milue (East, em Hirliu-.'), U. Wylliu (Central), J. Dinniiii; (Western.) ltutherglen Borough-Crs W. H. Allen, D. Hamilton, and H. S. BukI). llutherylon Shire - A. Prentice (Brown's Plains), McLuurin (Lilii |)tit), J. Hiskins (Norong), A. C. MuKni&hb (Wiili^ntiy.ih ) WanL'arutU Borough Council-Crs (J. Mux null, C. A. Tuugup, and A. H .Smith. Wodonga Shire - Cr J. t^u-reH (Wodonga), Cr J. Pollard (Bone^illa), Cr s. T.' Ijhi ker (Cr.,iii Hill.) Yackandanduh Shire-Cr II. Hodn son (Yackutulatidiih) Ci" E. Olu...
MELBOURNE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914
MKLNOUKNK MATCHES. Tbo League-Curltou 11.14 bead South Melbourno (J.C, Richmond 6 21 bunt Essondon 5.7, Collingwood 5 7 bunt Fitxroy 3.16, St Kilda 14.16 beat Melbourne 7 0, Geoloug 8.17 boat University 3 3. The Association.-Footscray 6.11 beat Williauistown 4 5, Brunswick 6.16 beat Port Melbourno 7 8, Prah run 6 5 beat Brighton 5.10, North Melbourno 17.12 beat Hawthorn 6.6, Esaendon 11.13 beat Northcota 6.9.
BEFORE AND AFTER. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914
LiUl-&lt;J*&lt;U AND AI-rt'K'. " Next Monday evenim.'," wrole tile editor of tlio " Pigcouvillu Uy clone,' "our people will bo favored with a treat such us we seldom enjoy in our little city. The world famous Yellerby Dramatic Combination, pie Ki-ni ing the sparkling comedy 'Wooed .Hid Won: or, the Lost. Latchkey,' will appear at decker's M-ill, on tin nortli side of the public square, with a company of artists whom it is a pleasure to commend to the favorable notice of all lovers of pure and reliued comedy." It so happened that the dramatic combination left the town without pajing their advertising bills, and about a week later the editor of the " Cyclone" sat down again and wrote as follows : "Last M on dny night a tenth rate gang of harn-bturiucrs, calling them selves the Yellerby Dramatic Combi nation, held forth to a slim and suf ferine audience at dejkers' dull. They performed, or rather, murdere.l, what they called the sparkling comedy of ' Wooed and Won,' a d...
RUTHERGLEN V ROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914
KUTHEitGLKN* V ROVEKS. A ftiirly well contested gauio wa» played between the above tenuis on Saturday, but tUn forimir cainn out ot* i»V. «-»i" lVui.».orKl«u 3 15 bohindH, Lake liovera 1 t^oal 8 bohinds. IIUWI,ON'(; V ALBDHT. Ilowloug were ut home to Albury oil Saturday, but the visitors had too strong u combination and ran out winiiors by 9 goals 7 Lebinds to d goals 3 belli nds.
Rainfall Records at Chiltern. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914
Rainfall Records at Chiltern. No. days Yi'iir Points raiu fell 18S7 3717 111 1888 1851 75 1.S89 1138 87 1890 2457 88 1891 25G7 83 1892 23'1S 94 1893 3025 81 1894 4078 117 JS95 2427 89 1896 2348 88 1897 1927 92 1898 2704 92 1899 23S7 100 1900 2804 12G 1901 2174 ~ 110 1902 1073 77 1903 2729 121 1904 2648 99 1905 2553 118 190G 3329 101 1907 1809 69 1908 2234 104 1909 2525 114 1910 2109 116 1911 2617 111 1912 2103 96 1913 2309 98
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914
SP0RT1NU. For a number of years the Chiliern Racing Club have been holding ono of I lie. most successful race meetings in Victoria on their recognised dateB, viz, January 1 and 2 So important have the fixtures become that they lmvo cnuscd the greatest jealousy amongst outside clubs that it was only natural that clubs in other towns should endeavor to usurp and jump the Cliiltern dates with a view to weakening the hold the (Jhilteru club has on racohorse owners. The Cliiltern course Btanda pre eminently lirst and foremost as the finest situated and the best appointed in the North-east, and in consequence is patronised by he large and small horse owner to no small extent. Owners well recognise that they are always sure of a square deal at Cliiltern races by fair handicap ping and a body of olllcers who know the game. For the publicans of a border town to endeavor to annex our dates, which are and huve been con sidered Chiltem'a gala days, is not encouraging that good feeling which has...
COMMERCIAL. WODONGA MARKET. Younghusband, Row & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914
COMMbRCIAL. WOOONQA MARKET. Younghusband, Row & Co. iYoughusband, ltow ami Co., report having biiKl their usual fortnightly tale of fat and store cattle at their Wodonga yards on Tucs I day, July 14, when thoy offered Wo fat and store cuttle. Fat cattle-Tho supply of fat I cuttle forward was an ixUemely light one, ; and was made up almost of lightweights and ! useful quality, with odd pens of prime ! bullocks and cows making up the balance, there being nothing prime hoavy penned. t There was a good attendance of the trade i present, including 'i fair sprinkling of district j buyers. Tho market opened toanitnuted com petition for ail descriptions, and continued 60 throughout, pricea showing a eabstantial rise on those ruling of late. Be^t bullocks from i £13 to £13 10s, to £14 to £14 12*; good j from £11 to £11 IDs to £1:2 to £12 12s lid; , others from £10 to £10 15s; smaller from i £'.). I3ost cow.* from til to till 10* to £12 j to C12 lis ; good from £1) 10s to £10 to £10 !...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914
I You Want a I Cream Separator. Why not Buy a VEGA ? The VEGA is right and has come to stay. It is a combination of FIRST - GLASS QUALITY AND LOW PRICES. VEGA h as no superior as a Cream Separator and at the prices quoted (prices previously unknown) it is without question the Best Value Ever Offered in Australia. D l?&lt;".-t. »«//ovu i/ui? nlnU»iiDiiln lint voriT)- by teatiny the machine yourself. Call, we'll be delighted to demonstrate the working of the YKGA. Large stocks 011 hand. A.Gilmour, CHILTERN & BARNAWARTHA. COROWA SHOW TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18 & 19. prize: money £500. Entries clos-AUGUST S. No lute entries will bo received under any circumstances. SPECIAL TRAINS 011 Victorian and N.S W. Railways. See Pn«tcn>. If you have not already received our PRIZE LIST SCHEDULE write at once to JOHN D. FRASER, Sec. Box 23, 'Phone 15, Corowa. Commonwealth JfeifSanft of Hustralia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY Thli Dante ;i open for all clashes of GENERAL B...
Stems of [?]ems. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914
litems of "SXewjSa Mr F. tit! Castella, an ollicer of the Agricultural department of Victoria, visited Chiltern on Friday for the purpose ot inspecting the pro perty of tho (Jhiltem Vinegrowing Company, A number of in terested members accompanied tlio expert, who expressed himself as highly pleased with the progiess which had been made. Ho said lie knew the place was an idea! one for cultivating vinos, but he did not expect to find it so uniformly yoocl as it has proved to be. "M acres tire at present under vines and 12 acres under oats. Mr do Oistella took away ! samples of the soil to have tliem 1 analysed. At a nieetiug of the Hoard of Direc tors of tlio Ovens and Murrny Dairy Co. ou Wednesday of lust week the half yearly meeting of shareholders was fixed for 31st Ju'y when the business will include the election of two directors in the places of Messrs J. H. Sandford and J. O'Brieu, both of whom have resigned-Mr Sandford because he finds that ho has not the time to dovoto to bis ...
RIFLE SHOOTING. BARNAWARTHA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING. nAKXAWAKTlIA CLUH. Tlio members of tlio above club wore emjagred in u competition on Saturday for n trophy presented by Mr L. P. Greenwood. The conditions were 10 shots ut uOO and 600 yards. Some excellent shouting resulted, the atmospheric conditions being in favor of high scores. The competition will *.('. concluded on Siaurd;iy (to-morrow.) The following are the leading scores : 500 600 H'p T'l .14 >19 8 101 K. Oatps J. Cheesley H. Onyfer A. Cheesley 15. J. Baxter J. Sullivan A. B. Oates J. Scott .17 ?15 .17 44 ?14 ??17 38 11 "J 7 92 90 87 86 82 82 J. McGann (49) and C. Holloway [43) also did well at l ho 500 yards
The Federal Standard. ESTABLISHED 1859 With which are Incorporated THE OVENS CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZETTE. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914
I:STAI:U.SUED 18o9 With whloh aro INCORPORATOD THK OVKNB CONSTITUTION and filumiAY GAZKTTK. FUBLIHUBD KVKIIY FIUDAY MORNING FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1911. IAjk thn paBt two years or more tlio travelling public who h.ivo to uso tho the road acioss the Murray thus to Howlong have been pub to no end of inconvenience and trouble, to say no liing of the danger they have been subjected to. When the work for the construction of the embankments was undertaken it was thought that the worry would soon be ended. But, alas, the road is far from completed. Only one bridge is in course of erec tion and it will still lake some time to complete, and, judging by the manner in which the " speeding up" is going on, it is likely to be a long time before the road will bo open- for vehicular trallic. The state of the roadway on the sido of the embankment which is open to the public is a menaco to their safety and is practically impassable. It, was only during last, week that no less than four motor cars got bogg...
COMSTOCK'S NERVE AND BONE LINIMEMT [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914
COMSTOCK'S NEIiVK AND HONK UNI.MEMT Is a powerful penetrating preparation, which acts through tins pores of tlio akin on the nerves, bone, ami muscles It possesses the marve lous properties of a prompt painkiller, and is unsurpassed aa a reaiedy for the pains and aches to which human beings are .subject, and which only an external remedy can tclieve. it overeumud pains and aches by rcliev. in# the effect on the delicate nerves, caus ing the circulation nf the blood lo bu fully maintained throughout ihe injured part. It is an invaluable remedy for sprains and f -v reducing swellings, which j under its ii.lluence become softened audi didappeir. ^ j S«:m 11 mt Jinn al) yield to the powerful penetrating and conquering properties of this Lini munt if used in connection with Dr Morse's Indian Kuot Bills according to directions. For stiti joints, Ncunil^in, Lame Back, Scalds, Burns, Contracted Muscles, and Painful swellings, it will be found that Comstock s Nerve and Bono Liniment is a spl...
WIT, WOMEN AND WISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914
WIT, WOMEN AND WISDOM. A woman'6 first duty is never to let lier husband (ind out she is cleverer than be is. Every man 1ms his own ideas of playing the game. Some are a bit lop sided. Men marry when they have sown their wild oats, women to BOW theirs The father of iies mothered inven tion as well. A thiiip anything more! thin a woman isn't neci ssarily good, because if not Ely, is plain. Women love courtesy from men, but they don't like politeness from a lover. A good man is I he man who goes houie every night-an angel one who doesn't. A worn an who smiiot be both bad and good is no woman. A woman doesn't mind how mueh uncovered le^ and arm and chest ?he shows the public but she draws I he line at going out without her veil and gloves. The most myslr-i 'ii^ occupation in the world is that of the man " whu is something in the City." His . club is the married man's sanctuary from matrimony. Once across its threshold he is safe. A wise man says that man is divided into two great class...
Germany's War Chest. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914
Germany's War Chest. The Germau Government has a war chest of some millions sterling at Spandau. Besidis this, the " Frank furtcr Z-iiung" states that. tho im perial Bank lias now accumulated the sum of Ll.TiOO.OUO out of thu total gold rtsi-rve of LG,000,000, which was provided for by tho Financial Law of July o, l'J13, against tin itsue of small notes of fis and 10s respectively. Thus the amount li'is been increastd from LI5,750,000 to 1-1,500,000 since the end of December, and it is expi cttd that the total of six millions will he deposited in tin cellars of the Imperial Bank in the near future, At the smue time, the law also provided for the ci cation of a silver reserve of LG,000,000 by coin age, in excess of the limit, of 20s per head of the population, which is lixetl by the coinage law. The preparations for undertaking this work have now been ended, urid u beginning licen made by the accumulation of a fit si iustaliuent of Lf)0,000 in silver coins which is to be inoi eased a...
Hotels Open at 10 o'clock. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914
Motels Open at 10 o'clock. Hotels in Scutland cannot now open until 10 a.m. in accordance with the Temperance (Scot Und) Bill which came into operation on V ay 29 so fur us this provision is concerned. There was a .jooil deal of speculation as to how tlio change would be regarded hy the worki ng iui'IJ in large centres, such lis Glasgow and the Clyde districts, but nowhere in I In; country was there iiny excitement over the matter. At places like Aberdeen, where large numbers of lisin rir.on coino in from lishing early in the morning, it ii represented that they will sulh-r ^rent hardship. The same is said of people coming in from the country to uttend early mmkets, but it remains to lie seen whether even that class will not content themselves with the temperance rfuVeshment rooms that are open, and be yuipiied with a cup of tea or coli'ee. instead of a glass of whisky. One reason for the lack of excitement at the change on the part of Scottish, working men is probably the fact that...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914
$ MINER SAVS" For Years He Worked in Wet Ground, Kidney 'Pains and Ucrrible IQad^ache. Clamants Tenia Gui'ad This letter xvrillcn from Tubhnl Station, Via Youn^, N'.S U'., Aiir., 15 11. Mr. Wise "an, th? wiiter, strongly iecommeu&lt;ls ail miners to u'-e tin's metlicine, because it i.s such u powerful nerve ami M >&lt;>..! imii.'ier that it counteract* the il!-eifeeUof oii'Scr^ioiiinl confinement ami li.ul air upon the .system. After icvlin.; ihN I-.-t'er, i;t-l Clements Tonic uir.l keep healthy CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "As a miner (or years I workod in wet ground, and BOW it is Idling 0:1 mt, lor I sutler with my kidneys and backache and loss of nppelije. "Doctor, in Youne told me I had hydatids, and said an operation nijhl he necessary. Their medicha did ma no jood. I retolred nj/iinst it. I was so used u? I could not walk fsr, without a spell. I tried all medicines, and piils, my life has been a raysery to mc, ualii 1 tried Clements Tonic. The lint and second bo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914
WAHCARATTA CARNIVAL GOAT RACE. NOMINATIONS ULOKK SATURDAY, AUGUST 1. Fur Eutry Forms npply t&lt;> FRANK C. VALLENDER, President. Linseed Compound. Trndn mark o( Kay'B Compound Easonco of LinBeotl for Cougba and Colda Linseed Compound for Cougba and Colds. Of proven efflcnoy for cheat com plaints CHIX.TEB.N PARK. Wednesday, July 22, 1914, COMBINED FOOTBALL MATCH ill aiil.of Ibo INUUHED l'LAl'EUS' FUND in the Chiltorti nm\ District Football Association. Chiltorn Valloy, Sprin^hurat unci Xruastown .Bnrnawartha, Cliiltorn ami Mt. Opbir Grand Conccrt &. Ball at night. DON'T MISS IT! See bills. H. 0. CANNON, l'maidont. \V. .5. VOX, Hon. S«. Indi Election. G. J. AHERN, (Member for Indi), Will address fcbo electors cia follows: FRIDAY, JULY Z4b. CH1LTERN VALLEY, 1 p.m. CtHLTEKN-Star 'l'lioatro, 8 p.m. SATURDAY, JULY 25. BROWN'S PLAINSr-Le^borK's, at lln.ro MIDDLE 1NDIC10 SCHOOL, 3 p.m. BARNAWARTHA-Town Hall, 8 p.m. J. H. SAND1?011D. Hon. Soo. to Oommiltoo. Shire of Chilfc...
MT O[?]HIR V CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914
MT. OPHIR V CHILTERN A largo crowd uf supporters jonr neycd to Mt Ophir with tho (Jhiltern team ou Saturday, whero n good contest was anticipated, and us a result, tlio battlo proved to bo a good ono. Tho locals were in chargo of Louemoro wtiilu Lafrauchi was at llio hoad of tho Cbiltovniles. Tho Mt Ophir team won the loss aud decided to kick towards tho Northern goal. Tho Chillem boys quickly got to work and after some interesting play along tho right wine; L'ifranchi put into the goal. Corbelt and Wilson relieved and a good rush to tho sticks resulted in Harry oponing tho scoriug account with a goal. Tho wearors of tho red and white got a move on and Doolan, Neville and Cannon got forward where tho latter potted a siuglo. Wing play again eusued aud good work was done by Hicks, Longinore, Snow, Harry and Hawking for tho locals, and by Li c_ i.: v"..:ii., u"r".,., i T-i i.: frfiijulii, Neville, McLean and Donchi Bros fur the vi-itors. Chil'ern woikcd round and Nevillo passed to Cann...