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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
Bereavement Cards. MR and MRS J. HORN and Family, at Malboarno Road, Chiltera, desire to tender tbeir Sincere Tbanka to thoir many friends for kind expreabions of sympathy, floral tributes, eto, reaeived during their recent sad bereavement. MISS 0. McNEILL thanks " very kindly her numerous friends for all visits, telegrams, cards, floral tributes and kind expressions of sympathy in her recent end bereavement. Barnawartha.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
FREQUENTLY LAID UP, OWING TO Bll IOUSNKSS. DR MORSES IriDIAN ROOT PILLS EFFECT SPEEDY RECOVERY. " Bein^ a sufferer from Bi irug utUckp FtiniB years ayo, and frequently 'aid up. writes Mrs Lillian Jacobs, of Daniel? street, St. Just, Long Gully, BHinliyi, Vic., " I was rocotnniended by my friends to try Dr Mon-e'n Indian Root Pilis, and am pleased to eay the headaches that iveie prt-viouoly no bad were soon dispelled, hr.d I wns alilo to enrry out my household wcrk. I think Dr Murau's Indian Root Pills are really very good for the relief of Biliousness, and hare much pleasure in recommending their use to other euf ercrs," % k REMARKABLE CURE What Clements Tonic can do in fc; restoring the nerve? t > licnlihv power tv and making the wcakonrd system «lfonR. A letter in point which is worth rending.. r:' No. 6 Po&lt;t Office Placc, South Melb., 2/7/1 I. | CLEMENTS TCU1C LTD., jjfj v " Your tonic is one of ihc quickest !|;i nerve and bruin cures k:.own. I med 5j all kinds of d...
ALLEGED MEAT TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
ALLEGED MEAT TRUST. In giving evidence before Mr Justicn Street, who is sitting as a Royal Com mission at Brisbane, Otto G'ustav Malkow Etated that ho was managing director of the Australian Meat lix port Company, a Queensland company registered in Brisbane. The buik of the shares were held by Swift*. Neither Swifts nor the company hud any interest iu any meat worlc-t company in Auft'alia except tin' works on tin; Brisbane River and those at Alligator Creek. They had no interest in any works in New Zealand. The capital of the Australian Meat Export Company was £200,000 Over £400,000 hid been expended on works on the BrubuiH River, and when they were finished the total coat would bo about £;">00,000 They a expected to expend £200,000 .. £250,000 on the Alligator Creek works. The additional e-ipi'al was provided by the Swift Meat. Company of Chicago, who charged 'lie company interest on it. The company had mi agents iu the Uniud States, buL if i sent any meat there it would tend it...
Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
Municipal Elections. Following ia a list of councillors for tlin various shires whose term of otHee expires in August : Cliillern-Ors J. Hliiclc (Cliil'ern), J. Brami (Indigo), J. A. Sutherland (Birnnwurthft ) Beechwortb-Cra N. Wooding (East Central), 11. Vandenliern (West Cen tnil), G. G. Wilson (North), T. G. Ferguson (South.) North Ovens Shire-Ora II. J. Klfimm (Central), H. H. Way (Est court), J. Smith (Tarrawingee), G. Hundley (Kiliuwarrii.) Oxley Shire-Crs H. S. Milue (East era KiditiL'), U. Wyllie (Central), J. Dinning (Western.) Kutlipxplpn Borough-Crs W. H. Alhu, D, Hamilton, and H. S. Bush. .Ruthercien Shire - A. Prentice (Brown's Plains), A. McLaurin (Lilli put), J. Hiskins (.Norong), A. C. Mcknight (Wahquny-Ui ) Wun»»r«ti» Borough Council-Crs G. Maxwell, C A. Teague, and A. 11 Smith. Wodonga Shire - Cr J. Garrett. (Wodonga), Cr J. Pollard (Kotie^illa), Or S. T. Parker (Grteo Hill.) Yackandandah Shire-Cr H. Hndg sr.n (Y-iokandandah) Cr E. Clutter buck (Kieiva.)
Beef-18 Years Old. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 July 1914
Beef-18 Years Old. It is mi axiom of yood cooking that beff should be well hun&lt;» before beina sent to the chef, but tho owners of a certain liindquarter, which was i exhibited on June 11 at Sinithfield ; Market, have surely jjoue to extreme lengths in i hid matter, for they have kf-pt it in cnhl storage for IS years. It wag taken " ell t he ice." so to speak, and looked at hy experts armed with nothing more formidable than magni fying aliissn:. After they had unani 111ousiy reported (hat it was sweet and souncj, and apparently lacking but little in nutritive qnali'ies, a piece was cut oil' and sent to the analysts, so that they illicit ascertain hy scientific methods exactly what chemical changes (if any) it had undergone. To celebrate the achievement in scientific cold storage a banquet is to he hold, at which tiie patriarchal joint will be accorded a place of honour, but invited fjues's may be reliev-d to know that their will be other dishes, and that tficy will be unde...
MONEY OR ABILITT. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
MONEY OR ABILITT. 11 I had to choose a husband lot py daughter, and the choi e lay be> (ween one man With inherited money Uid another man with energy but no Doney, I should select tho latter!' That was the utterance of a father who oad previously admitted that ho idol ised his daughter and would do any thing to secure her happiness. 'Not lhat I think I shall bo called upon to make the selection,' he added with assumed gravity; 'for young peoplfl ',nko the decision in their own nandE -just, as their parents did!' Pressed to give his reasons, he wil lingly explained. As a man of the world, he looked askance on young jien with inherited money; they bavt usually been brought up to do nothing in particular, and they often have at idea that they can spend to an unlim ited extent. The money is not pro perly appreciated, and in thousand! af cases it has been allowed to slip away and leave the man and the wile in penury. As a rule, such men are uot capable of doing anything tc maintain or...
CHILTERN RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
CHILTERN RACING CLUB. A IIIR«(,inx of tilt) aluivir W1IM IimM lit the /ire bri^«d« ImJI, Uliilttjrn, on Friday evenins; last, l'reeent: Presi dent Daglish, and .Messrs V. La frunclii, H. 0. Cannon, E. A. Keller E. J."Hicks, J. Gallagher, J. LSrimi>, J. H. Gerraty, W. A. Anderson and J. Tanner (secretary.) A letter was rend From H. J. Fiench, Benalla, asking for a letter testifying to his good behaviour, as it was his' inlenti'ri to apply for a removal of his life dis qualification-Mr Hicks moved, mid Mr Lafranchi seconded, that tho secre tary write a lettor as requested Carried. From II. J. Ilalligan, secretary of District Association, asking to he supplied with a list of names and addresses of bookmakers operating in the district so as to enable him to circularise them-Attended 10. The treasurer (Mr Gerraty) read a statement relating to the Kind's Birth day meeting. The receipts were £171 .Is and expenditure £1 17 1'Js 2d, leav ing a prolit of .£23 4s lOd. The total credit in th...
MR AHREN AT BARNAWARTHA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
Mil AHEKN AT li A UN A WAItT II A. Mr Ahern addressed tliu electors of Jjjiniinv;irll),i niiii district dji Saturday ni^lit. Tim lull whs packed, tins ladies buitin very much in evidence. C'r J. Dilley (president of. tin: P.P ) occupied the chair. From the start of the candidate's address, it could Ixr noticed that lit) was speaking under &lt;i iflicul ty through throat troubles. However, ho explained the Liberal policy in a masterful and coucise manner, lie was repeatedly cheered throughout his speech. Several &lt;jues tions was put to the cindidutu and were answered promptly and satisfac torily, Mr J. II Whitehead moved a vote of thanks to Mr Ahern, which was carried uuiidst yreat cheering. A vote of thanks to tho chairman, by Mr Ahern, brought to a close one of the most enthusiast ic meetings ever held in Burniiwartha. Geo J. 13nxtor, Burnawartba.
MR AHERN AT UPPER INDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
Mil AH GUN AT UlTElt INDIGO. On .Siiturduy uflenioon Jlr Aliurn iuldres^-d ;i well iiUemled ineei.in:j ut, Upper Indian, where lie wus accorded n i^uud reception. Ur JJill'uy presided. Al tliu conclusion of his address severid i|uestion.s were iiskecl and answered sutisfiuitorily. A vute of tlmnks Lo Mr Alieni wus proposed by MrTlios MurUn und curried by lie cliiuintion. Wm J. Fox, Cliittoin,
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
DISTRICT COURTS. rETTY SESSIONS. Boechworth-Daily Benalla-Daily Bethanga-Every Wednesday, Chilteru-Evory Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Eldorado-Every Wednesday. Kiewa-Firat Wed. each month Myrtloford-Every Friday, lluthorglen-Every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday Tallangalta-Kvory Wednesday Wodonga-Evory Thursday Wangaratta-Daily Wahgunyah-Evory second Friday^ Yackandandah-Every Monday.
RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
KATES OF COMMISSION. Alcmey Orders Payable in Victoria. I Any Bum not over £5, 6d ; over £5, but not over £10, 1b ; over £10 but not over £15, la Gd ; over £15, but not over £20, 2 Money Orders by Telegraph. To New South Wale«, Queensland, Bouth". Australia, Tasmania, and Perth (Western Australia) : Charge for a mes lage in addition to above rates. Or.dersJ payablo In New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, New Z«a land, ^Tasmania, and Western Aus tralia. Not over £2, Cd; not omr £5, li; not. ovor £7, is Gd ; not over £10 2s ; not over £12, 2s Gd ; not over £15, 3s ; not 'over £17, 3s 6d; not over £20, : PACKETS, KTO. lo. \ . Packet* may be sent through the post lHvnut a cover (but not fastened with iL "^'adheBive, «ooh as gum, postage anytbuir . ^ ^ ,Bin '* oov»r i amp, at ^ one en(j or (jf th0 entirely open . ^ ni mu8t bo of the cover be a lt, th * » gW and ^ (all extent of the f withdrawali) contents must be ou. . d J the cover may bear th d , n.ok6t . and address, and tho ...
MR AHERN AT CHILTERN VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
Mil AtlliRN AT CllILTEIlN VALLEY. A fnir nilrn her of electors assembled at the Chiltern Valley .Slate school 011 Friday afternoon to hear Mr Ahern explain the Federal situation. Or J. Smith presided. Mr Ahern said that o'.vin^ to Parliament being unwork able a double dissolution had been granted and tlmi wan the ruunoii why In? \vn* Imt'mo iIumu. tie exlior t d all to go to the poll 011 election tl.iy and record their votes so that what ever party was returned to power the Uovcriimen ^ would be able to carry on the business of the country. Votes of thanks to lilt) speaker (on the motion of Or .Smith) and chairman were car lied by aeel mi llion.
Help in Cases of Accident. BURNS AND SCALDS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
Help in Cases of Accident. BURN8 AND SCALDS. Cover with oooking soda and ;ay wet clothes over it, whites of eggs and olive oil, olive and linsoed oil, flour and mixed chalk and whitiug DROWNING. 1. Loosen clothing, if any 2. Empty lungs of wnter by laying body on its stomach and lifting it up by the middle so that the head hangs down ; jerk the body a few times 3. Pull touguo forward using hand kerchief or pin with string if neces sary 4. Imitate motion of respiration by alternately compressing and expand ing the lower ribs about twenty times a minuto. Alternately raising and lowering the anna from tho sides up above tho head will stimulate the action of the lungs; let it be done gently but persistently 5. Apply warmth and friction to extromitics. G. By holding tho tongue forward closing tho nostrils, and pressing the " Adam's applo" back (so an t,o clomi (uitriiuoo to utoumch) direct inllutton can b triod. Take a deep breath and breathe it freely into tho mouth of the patient, comp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
CLARKE'S B. 41. PILLS. A Warranted Cure for all Aoquired or 'oustitutional Discharges froi. V lie Urluuy Organs, iu either sex. Tbwa famoua Pills also oare QraTei, Pain» in the Back, and all Xldaey Dlaordet*. Ptm troa. mercury. Torty years' rooeem. Sold by all Ohemlat* and Btorekeepen throughout th» world. CiMMOM'S | i Goaneil Glab Hotel! j CONNESS STREET, CHILl'EliN. | j Central, convenient, comfortablo, catering for all classes. | | j Ample Stabling always available for country visitors. | j i BILLIARDS. BILLIARDS. ! I Cannon's Livery and Letting Establishment j ji MOTOR CARS 3FOJR HIRE, i I FOJtlft AGJ-JSMCIT. | ' (Iu connection with the Hotel) 1 ! A Vehicle carrying mails, passengers and parcels loaves tbo hotel j daily at 2 p.m. for Ohilter;^ Valley, Xmastowti and Indigo. .1 F«tC9 (ttinalo) In. -2s ~ ' "T^ltono >&lt;o. 3 j STAR HOTELi. j|A. P. BRIESE, Proprietress, BEGS to notify the residents of Ciiiltern and district that she has taken over the management of this o...
INDI ELECTION. MR C. J. AHERN AT CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
INDI ELECTION. MR C. J. AHERN AT CHILTERN. On Friday evening last Mr C, J. Ahern, the Liberal candidate fur Iudi, addressed a lar&lt;;o and representative gathering of elector* in the Star Theatre, Cliiltern. Cr James itlnck (president Cliiltern shire) presided, and introduced the candidate. Mr Ahern, who was well recoived, said that as on every otlinr occasion in which I have addressed a Cliiltern audience I know you will give me a good hearing. I am here to let you know how you should record your votes on September 5, why is it that I am before you aijain, acid to ask for a renewal of your confidence 1 I will answer that in your satisfaction. In 1910 public opinion expressed itself in both the House of Representatives aud the Senate in no unmistakable f>i8hio:> in favour of a Labour Government, which up to that time notwithstanding two previous short terms of otlice, hari been practically untried. Tlie result of tliHfc election R'VO Labour a majority of 10 seats in t...
District Telephone Stations and Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
District Telephone Stations and Rates. Conversations can bo carried on between Cbiltern and the undermen tioned places by telephone, either direct from subscribers' premises or from the poBt office, at charges named: First 3 Additional mioutea.J 3 minutes Allan'a Flak ... 8d Gd Albury ... 4d 3d Barnawartha ... 2d 2d Beech worth ... 8d 6d BenalJu ... 8d Cd Bethanga ... Gd 5d Bright ... Is 9d Ohiltern Valley 2d 2d Corowa ... 4d 3d Devenisti ... 8d Cd Euroa ... Is 9d Eldorado ... 8d 6d Ebdon ... Gd 5d Glenrowan ... 6d 5d Germantou N.s.w la 9d Howloug ... 8d 6d Huon ... 6d 5d Jindera N.s.ir ... Cd 5d Kyabraw 2s id 1B 9d KoBton« ... la 9d Lowesdale a.s.vr Is 9d Mooroopna 2s 4d la 9a Milawa ... 8d 6d Melbourne 2B &lt;id Is 9d Mulwala ... Is 9d Myrtleford ... la 9d Nagatubie Is lOd Is 4d North Prsntico... 4d 3d n..ti.o.-«i-n ... apringburst ... 2d 2d Seymour Is lOd Is 4d Swanpool ... 1b 9d Tarrawingoo ... 8d 6d Tallangatta ... 8d 6d Tccumwul nsw 1B lOd ,1a 4d Towong la 4d la Violet...
Local Railway Service ALBURY TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
Local Railway Service ALBURY TO MELBOURNE. .lqo express leaves Albury/(Sunday uxceptod)at 8.17 a.m, leaves Wodonga 8.26 a.m, leaves Barnawartba 8.44 .xm, leaves Cbiltern at 8.58 a.m, Springbur6t 9.13 a.Di, Wangarulta 9.38 i.m, aad arrives iu Melbourne at 1.50 p.m A train leaves Albury daily (Sun days excepted) at 2.52 p.m, leave* Wodouga at 3.5 p.m, leaves Bama> wartba at 3.28 p.m' leaves Cbiltern at 3.40 p.m, leaves Springhuret at 4.5 p.m, leaves Wangaratta at 4.37 p.m, leaves Benalla at 6'35 p.m, leavei Seymour at 8.33 p.cu and arrives at Me.bourue at 11.8 p.m A train leaves Melbourno daily at G.15 a.m, leaves Benalla at 11.25 a.m, leaves Wangaratta at 12.17 p.m, leaves[SpringburBt at 12.49 p.m, leaves Cbiltern 1.8 p.m, Barnawartba 1.20 p.m, Wodouga 1.45 p.m, aDd arrives at Albury 1.53 p,m An express train leaves Melbourna daily (Sundays excepted) at 4 p.m, !e«ves Benalla at 7.46 p.m, leavei Wangaratta' at 8.30 p.m, leaves Springburst at 8.57 p.m, leaves Cbil 'ern at 9,12 p.m, ...
Albury Golf Tournament. RIVERINA CHAMPIONSHIP WON BY ERIC V. MARTIN OF CHILTERN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
Albury dolf Tournament. KIVKKIN'A CHAMPIONSHIP WON HY ERIC V. MAKTIN' 01-' CUILTEKN' CLUB. The Albury golf club hold a three days' tournament on Thursday (for ladies), Friday aud Saturday, which proved most successful, 311 entries being received for the several events. Visitors were present from various parts of tho Kivoriii/i aud neighbour ing Victorian towns. On Friday evening visitors were iMitortaiuiHl V>y Uio ladies o£ Albury at a bridge party and dance at tho town hall. On Saturday evening the men alone were entertained at a Smoke Social at tho town hall. Each day ladie3 provided afternoon tea, and tho secretary, assisting secretary and committee did everything possible for tho entertainment of visitors, aud the tournament proved the most success ful held by the club. Tho Cbiltern club was represented by 0. T. Martin (president), E. V. Martin (captain), (J. L>. Martin (secre tary) J. Martin, and Mi=s Martens and Mrs C. D. Martin who worthily upheld tho prestige of the cl...
CLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Close season for Game, etc, The whole year [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
iGLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Close season foe Game, eto, Tho whole year . All Australian Fauna, with the excep tion of Snakes, in the National Parks and Public Gardens ; Acanthizta or Tita ; Babblers, Bee-caterB, Bitterns, Black CockatooB, B ck Swans, Black-tailed or llock-Pebbler Parrots, Bronzo-wiDged and other Wild Pigeons, Bustard or Wild Turkoy, Californian Quail, Oator pillarj catchers, Ephthianuras or Ohats, Fantails, Coach-whip Bird, Cranes-all Herons (except the rfatfvo Gumpftnioo or Australian Orano), Cuckoos, Cuckoo «hrikers, Door, Doves (Java Turtle), Dovea (Wild), Emus, F y catchers, Frog« mouth Tor Podargua and Mopokee, Graucalus Family (all members of), Ibta, Kangaroos (black-faced or Malleo (Macro pus Molaniips), Kangaroos (largo groy, Macropus Giganteus), Kangaroos (large red, ?jftlacropuB Xiufua), Kingfishers-all kinds, including tho GreBt King fisher or Laughing Jurkasp, LarkB (in cluding Cincloramplius and Pipits), Lyra Bird, Magpie Larks (Pied Grallina), Malleo Be...
CHILTERN LADIES' BENEVULENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
CHILTERN LADIES' BENEVU LENT SOCIETY. There was a fair attendance at the annual meeting of the above, held in the fire brigade hall, Chiltern, on Mobility evening. Th" Rev 11. Dou nis presided. The annual report of the president (Rev F. Grist) was road as follows : "Your Committee h l-J been dning quiet but valuable work during the past year. Assistance in soino forms, such as tho supply of partly worn clothing cannot bo tabulated in a balance sheet. Financial relief to (he amount of £11/5/ has been afforded to 8 adults and 19 children. The presi dent was approached privately on behalf of several de-sirous of Compas sionate Allowances, and the chief treasurer responded most liberally with gran's to tho extent of £1/7/G, which tho lion treasurer of icr society has most kindly distributed week by week as apportioned by the chief treasurer. Our socioty also obtained grants in aid of other cas-s to the amount of £1 per week, to which the State authorities added tho former grants, transf...