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COMBINED MATCH AT CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 July 1914
COMHIN'KD MATCH AT CHILTEUN". On Wednesday next a combined football-match in aid of the Injun-d Players' Fund of the Chiltera and District Association will take place in tin) Cliilteru park. The most able exponents of the game in the Spriuir hurst, Xmastown, and Chiltern Valloy clubs will take tho field against the best eighteen to bo eolected from lit Ophir, Cliilteru and Barnawartha. The game will start punctually at 3 u'e'ock. In tho evening a grand variety entertainment will be held in tin) Star theatre, Chi!tern, for which a splendid programme is being arran ged. .Artists from all parts of the district will tako part and tho nimble shilling will admit patrons to all parta of the hall. A dance will follow, for which firBt class music and cuisiue lmvo been arranged. With ADO weather the function should bo a huge success. "Tinny" Connote, formerly a mem* ber of tho Chiltern football club, wiu( in fine form last Saturday, and snap ped threo gouls for Melbourne in tbo match against ...
COOK OR FISHER? To the Editor of the Federal Standard [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
COOK OR FISHER? To the Editor oj the. Federal Standard SIR,---As both leaders have outlined their policies, p'-ruiit me, us a rank out sider, to summarise the position from iho point of viow of those who nil vocale Free Trade iind Land Value Taxation. In our Fedu-al platform tliL-r.) nru tliruo - &lt;1) 'ICniluu-; tion in the coat of living liy abolishing taxes ou the necessaries of life. ('J) Equalising the Federal Lund Value Tux and tnhbint; it a substitute for Customs tax-a. (3) Proportional Re presentation for Federal elections. Take thu Cook policy lirst. lis beat feature h the proposal to establish proportional representation for the Senate. That is a definite step in ad vance, though only a small step. It should be proportional r presentation for both Houses. The forcible argu ments used by Mr Cook at Parramatta in support of tho principle for Senato elections apply just as strongly to elections of members of thu House of Representatives. Tho weakest point in the Gove...
Indi Political Labor Council. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
! Indi Political Labor Council. i A meeting of tho Jndi Labor Cum paign Committee wm hold at the Harp of Erin hotel, Wungaratta, oil Saturday. Mr E. Ring occupied the chair und there was a full attendance of delegates. The election of officers for tho year was made as follows: - President, Mr P. A. Taylor (Wanga rntta); vice-presidents, Mossrs E liiritj (Rutherglen), and J. Mann (Eldorado) ; secretary and treasurer, Mr J. W. Denier (BePchworth.) Financial matters were discussed, and arrangements made for speakers from Victoria and New Soutti Wales to visit and address meetings in Indi It was decided to place two scruti neers in oaoh polling booth throughout Indi on election day. During tho evening !Mr Noonnn, Wodonga, addressed tho meotiilg. In tho course of his remarks Jlr Noo'nmi said Miss Do Vore Smyth's recent letters in tho " Ago" showed the great necessity for tho Labor Party being returned to power tit the forth coming elections. If the party whose cause that lady championed ...
THE INDI CAMPAIQN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
THE INDI CAMPAIQN. Mr Parker J. Moloney, the Labor candidate for Indi, addressed a meet ing' of electors in the Star Theatre, Chiltern, on Saturday night. Cr J. Black (president of Cbilternshire) pro sided. Mr Moloney said that he wns pleased that the double dissolution hul taken place, as the people would only h ive to Buffer the Cook Government for one year instead of threo. People should know that the Preference Pro hibition Bill, ovor which the dissolu tion was granted, was a fraud and a shaoi. Mr Oook boasted at having abolished the preference, that was said to exist in the public service on t'lkinu i.Qice. Therefore it was the height of hypocrisy to waste the country's time and money on a bill to kill something already dead. The secret, undeilmnd way that the reasons for a dissolution wore suppressed would not bo for gotten by a. democracy that loved u f.iir field and no favour. Tho real agent of preference was the Cook Government, which had maintained the most pernicious syst...
DIED AT THE TELEPHONE. CALLING THE DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
DIED AT THE TELEPHONE. CALLING THE DOCTOR. Tragic circumstances attended the sudden death on Friday morning of Mr John W. Bear, a well-known intfi-Htfttu wiuH broUnr. Hh waa a piu'-le ui'iu, nnU for tho 1~ yu&lt;*r-( hid resided at Saudrii^ham House, Sandrinciiiiu Invariably ho was active and robust, l&lt;ut during tho past few days had complained of indifierent health. Hia friends, however, nover suNDected that he was seriously ill. At 8 o'clock on Friday morning he was seen to leave his room »nd walk to tlio telephone. Ho was clad ouly in his pyjamas aud au overcoat What happened next is described by Dr Leary, who statea that when his tele phone bell rang ho picked up the transmitter aud recognised the voice of Mr Bear over the wire, calline, "Are you there 1" Dr Leary answered, but ho next heard a groan, followed by other peculiar noises, through the telephone, and suspecting that some thing untoward had happened ho hurried round to Sandringham House. Mr Bear, how...
MELBOURNE MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
MELBOURNE HATCHES Tho League-St Kilda 12.7 beat South Melbourne 7.15, Carlton 7.4 beat Fitzroy 4.13, Oeelong 13.12 beat Richmond 3.12, Collingwood 15.13beat University 3.0, Essendon 14 15 beat Melbourne G.D. The Association Footacray 5.4 beat North Melbourne 4.8, Essendon 13 7 beat, Port Mel bourno 10.6, Prahrau G.S) beat Bruns wick 3 l'j, Brighton 8.17 beat North coto 6 9, Willi; iinstown 12 7 beat Hawthorn 8.1C. j During the present football season thn best of Kood feeling has predomi natod in the Chiltern and District Association. The delegates who have attended th-r meetings havo had no wrangling whatever, and all mutters concerning the different clubs have boon threshed out fairly and honestly at the meetings. Two protests warn lodged «ud both were withdrawn, and not a player in cither of the six teams was reporttd for a breach of tho rules. This, indeed, must give supporters of tho game «eQ«rftl satisfaction. Last year thoro was no ond of strife, and tho finals were not. phtyu...
RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
RATKS OF COM MISSION. Mdney Orders Payable in Victoria. Any sum not over £5, Gd ; over £5, but iiot over £10, la ; over £10 bat uot over £15, Is Gd ; over £'15, but not over £20,-2 Money Ordera by Telegraph. To Netr South Walos, Queensland, South, Australia, Tasmania, *nd Perth (Western Australia) : Charge for a mes Bsgo in addition to above rates. Orders,' payable in New South Wales, Queensland, South Auatralia, New Zea land, "jTaBinauia, and Western Aua. tralia. Not over £2, 6d ; not over £5, la; not over £7, la Gd ; not over £10 2s ; not over £12, 2s Cd ; not over £15, 3s; hot ovor £17, 3a Gd; not over £20, 4s. PACKETS, ETC. Preparation for Post. Packets may be sent through the poat without a cover (but not fastened with TiampP"sealing w'iiT'a^uoVur entirely open at oiiu^euu or side (if the oover be slit, the opening must bo o£ the full extent of the end or sido, and tho contents must be easy of withdrawal.) the cover may bear the aeuder'a name and address, and the words 1 packet...
COROWA V ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
COROWA T ALOUUY. The Corovra payers went by special train to All>ury oil Saturday and had a most interesting game with the local team. The ccorea were-Albury 10.13, Corowa 10.6. W. Harry gave satis faction aa central umpiro. RUTHF.KOLRN V HOIVLONU. The above teams mot at, Rutberglen on Salurdny, and a very one-sided cnaic resulted. Rutherylen scored 18 goals 20 behinda to their opponents 1 goal 5 behinds.
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSIONS, Boechworth-Daily Benalla-Daily Bethanga-Every Wednesday^ Chiltern-Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Eldorado-Evory Wednesday. Kiowa-First Wed. each month Myrtloford-Evory Friday. Ruthorglun-Every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday Tallangatta-Evory Wednesday Wodouga-Every Thursday Wangaratta-Daily Wahgunyah-Every second Friday, Yackandandah-Every Monday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
3 CLARKE'S B. 41. PILLS. A Warranto*! (Jure for all Acquired c? m oii.-iitutiuiml Discharge* frM. V no Urinary Orenns. in clU..» Thcst famous PilLs also euro Gravel, Pains In ihe Hack, and all Kidney Disorders. Free from mercury. Forty years' Baocea* Sold by all Obemlrt» *»d Btorekeepcn thronKhoul th« world. Coaneil Clab Hotel e (J N N ESS STltEE T, C II ILTIi II N Contra!, convenient, comfortable, catering for ill! classes. Ample Stubliug always available for country visitors. BILLIARDS. BILLIARDS. Cannon's Liyery and Letting Establishment MOTOR &lt;Ci5.]RS FOR £2 IKE. (In connection with tho Hotel) A Vehicle carrying mails, passengers and parcels leaves tbe hotel j rbuly at, 2 p.m. for Cliiltern Valley, Xroastown and Indigo. I'Vr.-H (uinnU0 1», 2« nncl 2u CH. 'Pl.ui.u No 3 i STAR HOTEL, ?ios/irffiie?s. A. P. BBIESE, Proprietress, BEGS to notify the residents of Cliiltern and district that she has taken over the management of thin old established and well-known hostelry, an...
Help in Cases of Accident. BURNS AND SCALDS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
Help in Cases of Accident. BURNS AND SCALDS, Uover with cooking soda and . ny wet clothes over it, whites of eggs and olive oil, olive and linseed oil, flour and mixed chalk and whiting DUOW.MNO. 1. Loosen clotliinu, if any 2. Empty lungs of water by laying body on its stomach and lifting it up by the middle so that the head hangs down ; jerk tho body a few times 3. Pull tongue forward using hand kerchief or pin with string if neces sary 4. Imitate motion of respiration by alternately compressing and expand ing tho lower ribs about twenty times a minute. Alternately raising and lowering the arms from the sides up above I he head will stimulate the action of the lungs; let it bo done gently but persistently 5. Apply warmth and friction to extremities. G. By holding tho tongue forward closing the nostrils, and pressing the " Adam's apple" back (so as to close entrance to stomach) direct inflation cut* triocl. Tuko a di'ep brcut.h und brciitho it freely into the mouth of the patient, c...
Local Railway Service ALBURY TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
JLocal Railway 4>ervlco ALBUttY TO MKLDOUItXE. j.ne express leaves Albury (Sunday Hxcfptcd)at 8.17 a.m, leaves Wcdonua 5.26 a.m, leaves Barnawartba 8.-1-1 i.ni, leaves Ckiltc-rn at 8.OS a.m, Springhuist 9.13 a.iv, WiiDgar.ii ta 9.38 i.iu, and arrives in Melbourne at 1.50 p.m A train leaves Albury daily (Sun days excepted) at 2.52 p in, leaves Wodonga at 3.5 p.m, leaves Barna wartba at 3.28 p.m5 leaves Cliiltern at 3.15 p.m, leaves Sprinpliurst at 4.5 p.m, leaves Wangaratta at 4.37 p.m, leaves Benalla at 5'35 p.m, leaves Seymour at 8.33 p.m and arrives at Me bourne at 11.8 p.m A train leaves Melbourne daily at (j. 15 a.m, leaves Benalla at 11.25 a.m, leaves WanRaratta at 12.17 p.m, leaves'_Sprin&lt;;burst at 12.49 p.m, leaves Cliiltern 1.8 p.m, Barnawartba 1.20 p.m, Wodonga 1.45 p.m, and arrivea at Albury 1.53 p.m An express trnin leaves Melbourne daily (Sundays excepted) at 4 p.m, leaves Benalla at 7.46 p.U}. leaves Wmjfjarnt ta nt 8.30 p.m, leaves Springliurst at 8.57 p....
CHILTERN V XMASTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
CHILTKRN V XMA6T0WN. The match between the above teams played in ttie Chiltern park on Satur day was to decide tha manner in whioh the semi finals wero to be played, and, in consequence, tl.o attendance was good. Both tides wero fully represented. In the absence of La franchi, Hatfield was p!aced in charge of Chiltern, while the visitors were led by Fraser. The locali sUred off kicking towards the lako goal. They aoou had their opponunta in troubln And B. T)oucV>i f or w to tl. McLom and he opened the scoring account with a sixer. Xmastown rnshed up to the posts and a single was credited to Henderson. Somo even play in the centre and Whilan forcod along the wing. Henderson and B. Oats relieved, but Donchi Bros dashed away and Cannon snapped a poin*. The visitors got the ball within dis tance where Henderson added a point ' and WorrPn a goal to the tally. Chil tern again rallied and before the b-11 Bounded for quarter time Robin notched a goal and a point and Hillier a single Scor...
CLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Close season for Game, etc. The whole year [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
nOLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Close Boason for Game, etc. The whole year All Australian Fauna, with the excep tion of Snakes, in the National Parks and Public Gardens ; Acanthizro or TitB ; Babblers. Bee-eatora, Bitterns, Biack Cockatoos, B ck Swans, Black-tailed or Roek-Pebbler Parrots, Bronze* winged and other Wild Pigeons, BuBtard or Wild Turkey, California!) Quail, Cater pillar® catchers, Ephthianuras or Chats, Fantails, Coach-whip Bird, Cranes-all hirub known as Crunes, Buch aa "Egrets, Meiona (except the Native Companion or 3irikJr*~" Dver?"''iJovv*^ (Juva TurtfuJ/ DUVVH (Wild), JCuius, F y CAtcher8f Frog* moti I h 'or Podar«:Ud »td Mopokee, (iiftucalua Fan.ily (all numbers of), Ibis, is"nii'_';*roo3 (hj;;cfc-t';tced or Maiiee (Macro pus Melaix ps), l\»i>»arr(.'3 (largo grey, Macrupus Gi^nt* us), Ivu.^arioa (lart,o red, ^Macrof-up Km'ui*), Kingfishers-all kinds, including the Great King (ir^her or Lau^liif^ Ja» ka^, Lark3 (in cluding Ciuoluiatuphus and Pipits), Lyro Bird, Macp...
FOOTBALL. CHILTEBN & DISTRICT ASSOCIATION POSITIONS OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
FOOTBALL. CHILTEBN & DISTRICT ASSOCIATION rOBXTIOKA or CLTJIfl. Flayed Won Loat Dw'n Poinli Ml. Ophlr 10. 10 0 . 0 40 Sprlnghursl 10 7 8 0 28 Chiltern 10 u a 0 20 Xmaatown 10 » 3 0 20 Ohiltern Val'y 10 2 8 0 8 Barnawartba 10 1 9- 0 4 The minor premiership in the I bil tern and District Association was wou by Mt Ophir who went through the season without being defsated. Spring hurst were runner«-up, nnd Xoiastown and Chiltern third with 20 points. On percentages however Chiltern camo out best. On Saturday next, Spring hurst and Xmaatown are booked to play at Barnawartha, and ou the following Saturday Mt Ophir and Chiltern will moet at Xmnntown.
CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
2LOSE SKASOSS YOR FISH, .Black .Fish- Frnin 1st September to 15th Deoenibor in_ each year (both dates inclusive) Crayfish-The whole year for nil lees tliHii 9 inches in length, and for Vema's Cri-yfisli front the 1st.lute to the 30th Nnsember (both dates inclusive in each yar KnL'lifh TUncb-From loth Septeihbi r to 15th Novenibe-, English Trcut -Frcni the 1st Jfsy to the 01st -Auyu.st in each year (both datea ircluaivp) viipp-lnnd Perch-From 1st Aupuat tti the IlOih November in each year (both rii &lt;C8 inclusive) Murray Urenin, Murray Perch, Murray ( cci-I'V-m tho let October to the 30 h November iu each year (both datesiu elusive MrSIMOI WKiniHS OK FISH. BlncW'-l , ; Murray Cue', lilbs Murray PrrcV f&lt;oza : Veich, oi zs ; 1'renn nn'/a ; Si'vcr Hrentn, fioza
MYSTERIOUS STOMACH TROUBLES. PRINCIPAL CAUSE REVEALED. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
MYSTERIOUS STOMACH TROUBLES. FBIKGIPAL UAUSE REVEALED. A groat deal of mystery is made aboul stomach troubles, and mauy people go in couBtant dread of life-long inoapaoity or the horrors of the operating tablo just because they experience pain in the region of the stomach for which they cannot account. Instead of looking for the causa of the trouble, they teem only too ready to describe themselves as " martvrs to indigestion" or " ehrooic dyspeptics." Excessive acidity is said to bo the direct cause of more than 'JO per cent of all stomach troubles, and, according to many eminent pbysiuians, tho occasional use of a reliable antacid suoh as half a teaspoonful of pure bisurated magnesia in a little water after meals, will do more towards righting stDinach derangements than all the patent foods and medicines ever invented, because this gets at tho root of the trouble-stops fermentation of the food contents, and noutra* lises tho acids which otherwise would irritate and inflame tho stom...
COUNTY COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
COUNTY UOUHTS. Boochworth-Thursday, May 28 Tuesday, August 4 Thursday, October 1 Bonallii-Tuesday, July 7 Tuesday, September 1 Wednesday, November -4 Bright-Tuesday, April 7 Thursday, November 2lJ Chiltern-Tuesday, May 2(i Thursday, August 0 Tuesday, November 24 Wangaiatta-Weduesday, .June 24 Thursday, September 3 Thursday, December li Wodonga-Thursday, May 14 Tliursday, August 57 Nora-Courts of Insolvency aro hold nt places appointed on sumo dates as County Courts and Courts of Mines, Courts of Insolvency at Beechworth, Bonulla, Chiltern, Wangaratta, Wodonga, and Yurrawonga