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THE SECRET OF THE NEAT GIRL [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
THE SECRET OF THE NEAT GIRL Wo all have among our acquain tances the girl, who, without being in the least good-looking, always man ages to look neat and well dressed. Perhaps site has only a small dress allowance, and whenever you happen to meei her she looks smart and at tractive, while -other girls with twice money nt their comiimiid too often look shabby and dowdy. Wl>at is the neat girl's secret? Noth ing more or less than taking care ol her clothes; she has a place for every thing, and everything is kept in its place, her ribbons, gloves, handker chiefs, veils, etc., are not all huddled together in one drawer, neither do they lie about on the tables and chairs until they are wanted. Every article of apparel is put away with the most scrupulous care, first being dusted, shaken or m.ended as the case may be. There is a great difference, too, in the' way in whjcb girls put on theii clothes, and very often a girl dress ed in a shirt-waist and plain skirt will look twice as neat...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
^&^^aaseat23SBm^BiaSBBSBBCT FSHH&CB'i&B A'otflCtt. &lt;?pilE Krii-1 «Js of llio lato JOUN I -O'UHIHN of Surrey Farm, Midd e Indigo, urn requested to fol low liis remains to the place of inter ment, the Barnawartha Cemetery. The cortege will leave his late resi 'dence at 2 p.m. TO-MOllUUW (Saturday.) A. H. SMITH. Undertuker. WEDDING. A quiet, wedding was celebrated at the It.C. Church, Chilli rn, oil Monday moriiiiiL', by the Rev Father I rendu, when Mary Francis, daughter of the lute Mr K. Flanni'ry of Biunawartha, wns martied to Mr Henry Michael 11 utiles, also of IJiirnuwuri ha. Tli>* linde, who was becomingly attired, wiiK attended by her sisl.-r (Mrs F. Place) as bridesmaid, while Mr John Hughes, brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man. After the cere mony the party drove to Smyth's Telegraph hotel, where the wedding breakfast was partakon of. The happy couple subsequently drove to Barna wartha where they will reside.
FOR POSTPONING OLD AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
FOR POSTPONING OLD AGE. Discussing the question of longev ity, an old medical man remarked: 'There is a shrewd moral in tlu classic legend o£ the mortals who having appealed to the gods for a lifi ol a thousand years, and had theii petition granted, discovered to theii dismay that they had forgotten to asL that their youth should he likewisi prolonged. 'What men really want,' be contin ued, 'is to prolong their youth rathei than their life, for, after all, what is longevity as a rule but a prolongatior of the period of old age? The tru&lt; problem, then, is not. so much to ex lend life as to postpone old age. 'To do that, 1 know nothing bette) than the time-honoured prescription live temperately, avoid worry and ex citement, and try in every way to con serve your vital* forces. 'You will hear of men who, in spiU of living in total disregard of nature's 1H\vb, attain a multitude of years. Bui it is rarely or never that sucli people escape the pains and disabilities ol old age...
RIFLE SHOOTING. BARNAWARTHA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING. 1JARNAWAUTilA CLUB. The shout for Mr L Greenwood's trophy was completed on Satur day, July IS, tlio winner being Mr F. Oats. Thu holiest scores were as follow:-F. O.its, 101 (handicap 8); J. Cliei'iloy, 1)7 (sci); J. McGaim, 95 (handicap 7) ; 11. Giiyter, 92 (han dicap 5.) Tlio slioot for Mr W. 1). Ryan's trophy, was commenced on Saturday last. Tlie conditions were 7 shots al 300, 500 and GOO yards. The follow ing members fired over two ranges 300 500 H'p T'l J. Ryan ... 27 32 1 1 73 3. O'Sullivan ... 32 33 5 70 J. Scott ... 21 31 12 70 A. Cheesloy ... 29 35 5 (i'J J. Uheesley ... 30 33 5 08 R. Elliott ... 33 28 7 GS A. OatH... ... 32 30 5 G7 C. llolloway ... 27 31 7 Go E.J.Baxter ... 28 31 5 04 For Bronchial Couphs, take Woods' Grout Peppermint Cure Is (id For Chronin Chest Complaints, Woods'Groat I'cpporuiiat'Cure, Is UJ
'YOU BE FOUR FOOLS.' [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
.YOU BK FOUR FOOLS.' A recent traveller jn Malta Ban and ready'^ ??ave a poculinA',y .,^i lish He tells °' a" DOO* ,!r Wh0' f,lUin^ t0 » " Maltese understand an do nvered in the language ot Coefctiigne called the poor man 'a foe!,' ijntlor standing this much, the r?)an, win nad travelled about &. eo-3d deal, Utoutgh he did not. understand Kng tish, replied by asking, 'Do you speak Maltese?' 'No.' 'Di- you speai Arabic?' 'No.' 'Do y.u speak Greek? "No.' 'Do you speoV 1 Ulian?' 'No T-hon I be one fool, you ba torn fools!' Mike: 'Are ye trnch hurted, Pati Do yo want n &lt;loctli.;r? Pat: "A docthoi. jo fule! Afthei oem" runned over by a cor? Phwu rAi. van i*. A ' French deputies, when unseated, can, if lhey prove to be in want, draw on a pension fund to which all mrmbers cf the Chamber contribute. There are, however, no pensions to console a Minister when the collapse of the Cabiuet deprives him of his otlicial iisidenceaud £UQ0 a year. All that, remains to console him ...
TRUE ENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
TRUE ENOUGH. 'Did I understand you to nay thai you hadn't ajiy, company in the kit chen. while. I' "was out, Kate?' " 'Yes'rn, I said llint, and it's true.' "But I smell tobacco smoke at through Uie house.' "Yes'in. The policeman was in loi half-an-bour, but we were in th&lt; drawing room, mum.'
WIT, WOMEN, AND WISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
WIT, WOMEN, AND WISDOM. Moat women regard their husbands aa they do the Ten Commandments something to bo studied, but not obeyed. Matrimony is a bargain, nnd some body's pot to get tho worat of it. An allegory ia a heavenly story with no.Bartbly meaning. Lovo is never humble unlosa it has something to gaiu. From the good things we remember about ourselves, and thu bad things other people remember about ua & per fect biography could bo compiled. No man envies k dead one till be has married a widow. Married life is a perpetual table I d'b6te-that is why so many men 1 prefer love il la carte. | The only place of refuge for a person who says the wrong thing as often as I do, iB bed. You should never ask a woman Why 1 Life is tragic only to those who are afraid of it. Don't bo afraid. Do the things you want to do. When a woman netds sympathy, cry with her. Wheu a man needs it, swear with him. A man who moralises is usually a hypocrite, aud a woman who moralises ia invariably plai...
THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
THROAT AFFECTIONS AND IIOAKSF.NKSS, All Buffering from irritation ot tuo throat nd hoarseness will bo agreeably surprised t the almost immediato relief afforded by he use of 'Brown's Bronchial Troches.' These famous ' lo/.cnges' aro now sold y most respectable chemists in this ouutry. People troubled with a ' hack ng cough,- a 'Blight cold,' or bron, chial affections cannot try them too soon as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in Berious Pulmonary and Asthmatio affections. Seo that the uign&turo of John X. Brown & Son iB on overy wrapper. Prepared by John I. Brown & Son, Boston, U.S.A. European Depot 33 Farringdon fiCad, Loudos. EngUnd
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
FC6SB SAJL.EG. Fruit Trees Seed Potatoes Seeds of Every Description in Stock-J. Railton's. E. A. KELLER, IVIain Street, Chiltern. KoJfice *&lt;> TD'Csgjiissers. NOTICH is lirri'liy jiivon ttiiil TKKS 1MSSKRS on iiny »f my |n-»i>ori.y, Wyuiithii, 'il' (&lt; oiiriiiiiinlilii, will l)u I'ROSKCUTKD ivillimit ixspuut to persons. Poison laid. K. M. BUCKLEY Linseed Compound for Coughs and Colds, ioosens phli^i". allays irritation Linseed Compound for Coughs and Coliis. 01 piuvun cfflcney for chest com plaints WODONCA HORSE SALE. wednesdayTAUGOST 12. 25SO HORSES. Further entries now being received by CAM PELL & SON'S, Kirk's Bazaar, Melbourne; Y0UNGIIU S BAN1), 1IUW A CO, 1'tv, Ltd, Albury. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE. All that piece of land containing one hundred and thirteen acres one rood eight perches or thereabouts being Crown Allotment 1 u, Section 2, Parish of Chiltern, County of J5o»onj;, us more particularly described in the Certificate of Title entered ...
FOOTBALL. FIRST SEMI FINAL.—STRINGHURST V IMASTOWN [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 31 July 1914
FOOTBALL. HKST H»:MI TINA!..-Sl'UI.VOJCUJlHT V XMA5T0W.V Oil Saturday last thu Chiltorn and District Association entered on the semi finals, and o Springhurst ami A'mastown teams being eoiul mill fourth respectively on tho list nore drawn to meet at Barnawartha. Both si 1(!3 felt confident of 6uccess, and a good game was expected. The onlookers, however, weC) disappointed for the exhibition of foqt ball was veiy poor. The weather was all that could be di-ired but the attendance wan small, only HHIViji'i being taken at tho gates. The teams were composed as follow: - Springburst-W. l'ltim (capt), A. and Alt 1'ium, 1>. Cunneen, G. and J. Peavce, Mc Gufiie, K. and A. Kerr, Wighton, Tonkins, O'Brien, Jenvey, E. and B. Binion, Berry, Withers and Snowdcn. A'mastown-I* raser (captain), Snow, A., B. and K. Oats, Nortbuy. I'cnhale, Kggleston, B. and N*. Clark, Dud dridj:e, Tighe, Gale, llall, Henderson, Mul lett,"ltowc and Maynard. Springhurst won the tons and kicked to wards tho Southern ...
STATE SAVINGS BANK. GUARANTEED BY VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
STATE SAVINGS BANK. OUAUANTKEl) 1IY VICTOHIA. Discussing the position of thoStato Saving Bauk, tho Premier (Sir Alexander Peacock) on Wednesday made a statement which should reassure depositors in that institution. " I should like to make it quite clcar to the pnblio and to investors," said tbo Premier, " that so far as the State Savings Bank is concerned there is no eautsu for) the 6liKhteFt worry. That bank ia absolutely able to meet all possible demands. It is just as well to remind peoplo who may bo excited at such a time as this that tho bank is guaranteed by tho Govornmeni of Victoria, and that tho wholo of tho resources of Victoria aro bohiud this very valuable institution."
CHILTERN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, August 4. (Before Mr Beaven, P.M.) FURIOUS DRIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
CHILTERN POLICE COURT. , Tuesday, August 1. (Before Mr Buavoo, P.M. FUIIXOUR DHIVINtJ. j Jftmea Hurburl MH.HOU wan chargud with that on July 17 ho did drivo a motor car through Connuss street, (Jhiltero, to the danger of the public. Defendant pleaded guilty. Senior-cons'ablo Mills deposed : The thar«o is laid under section 10 of the Motor Our Act. On tho date in question I was on duly at the inter section of Conness and Main streets. Tho car driven by deft-ndaut caooealong at the rato of about 25 miles an hour. 1 signalled to the driver to stop. He slowed down and then wout on again. 1 telephoned to tho police at Barna wartha and ho waa identified there and his name and address taken. Defendant said : I was driving u party to Barnawartha and was due there at 12.30 p.m. Wo were delayed 011 the road and I was asked to try and mako up tho time. Thero was 110 one in the streot ami I considered we were travelling at from 12 to 15 miles au hour. I am a careful driver mid have novor had an...
WHAT DYSPEPTICS SHOULD KNOW. PHYSICIAN'S TIMELY ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
WHAT DYSPEPTICS SHOULD KNOW. PHYSICIAN'S TIMELY ADVICE. The fact that fow dyspeptics really under stand (ho cftUHG of their troublo is probably tho reason why drugs are still used to such nn alarming oxtent. The practice is wrong, however, and is strongly condemned by many physicians. Tho presence of excess acid in tho stomach is the cause of practically all forms of dlges tive trouble, and this can bo neutralised and rendered harmless by the occasional use of ordinary bisurated magnesia-a product which can be obtained of any chemist. Phy sicians use bisuratud magnesia themselves as well as recommend it to their patients, be cause thoy recognise tbot it not only over comes dangerous stomach acid and thus en sures easy digestion, but by its use no harmful drug is introduced into tho systum and ilu-ru foro thoro can bo no unplea^unt ofttr effi-cts. Half a teaspoonful taken in u littio water after meals is usually quito Gullicient to keep the food contonts of tho stomach free from fer ...
CHILTERN SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, August 5. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
CHILTERN SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, August 5. Present: President Black, and Crs Keller, Brann, Difft-y, B-trlow, Suther land, Shelley and Smith. A letler was rend From Shire o£ Violet Town, draw ing attention to the proposal of the Country Roads Board to take over as a main toad the Victorian portion of the Melbourne to Sydney road and asking council's co operation in an endeavor to make the road what ita traffic demands - a Government National Itoad, entirely constructed or repaired from Government funds The president-I think we should support tho rrquest and endeavor to make it a national road. If it is only a Gd rate they take out of our re venue. ' Cr Smith-It does not seem much but it is 50 per cent of what we are now receiving. The engineer-That is tho limit they cannot go higher than a 6d rate. The president-Will the ltoads Board be responsible for tho upkeep of the roads 1 The engineer-Yes. Cr Smith-I think the council will bo liable for half the coat of upkeep for nil time. ...
SPRINGHURST CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
61'JUXGnUKST CLUH. Sixteen members of thn Spriuiihurst rifle club shot the first stage, 300 yards, for tho V.R.A. medal on Satur day, :35th July Capt Pearce put up top scoro of fi8 out of 75. W. Ellis G5 and A. Ellis G5 wore the next best. Cupt Pearce and W. Ellis have already won the medal, so that A. Ellis is leading. Two more stages, 500 yards and 600 yards, have yet to be fired. Maudie pouted much to Bertie, _ To his great surprise; P'raps she'd beard ol bim and Gertio Swapping gladsome oyes. But the thing that did upset her, Mado her glum and dour. Was that Bert hud dared forget tier Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.
COUNTY COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
CO UN TV COURTS. Ueochworth-Thursday, May 28 Tuesday, Auguat 4 Thursday, October 1 Bonalla-Tuesday, July 7 Tuesday, Suptenibor X Wednesday, .November 4 - Bright-Tuesday, April 7 Thursday, November 2G Ohiltorn-Tuesday, May 2G Thursday, August 0 Tuesday, iS'oveinbor 24 Waugaialta-Wednesday, Juno 24 Thursday, Septorober .'i j Thursday, Decomber 13 Wodonga-Thursday, May 14 Thursday, Auguat 27 | Noie-Courts of Insolvency nro hold at places appointed mi aamu dates u> . County Courts and Courts of Minos, j Courts of Iiiaolvoney at Beoclnvorth, Uenalla, Uhiltern, Wangaratta, Wodonga, and Yarrawonga
RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
RATKS OF COMMISSION. Money OrderB Payable in Victoria, Any aam not over £5, 6d ; over £5, but.not over £10, Is ; over £10 bat not over £16, 1b Gd ; over £15, but not over £20, 2 " Money Orders by Telegraph. To New South Wales, Queensland, South. Australia, Tasmania, and Perth (Western Australia) : Charge for a mes sage in addition to above rates. OrdersJ payable in New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, New Zea land, ^Tasmania, and Western Aus tralia. Not over £2, Cd ; not ovur £5, Is; not over £7, Is Gd ; not over £10 2a; not over £12, 2s Gd ; not over £16, 3s; not 'over £17, 3s 6d; not over £20, 4s. FACKETS, ETO. Preparation for Post. Packets may be sent through the post without a cover (but not fastened with anything'adhesive, such as gum, postage Qtfctnp, aoaliug wax, etc) ; ^oavor cover be slit, tho opening inuBt be of the fall extent of the end or Bide, and the content:! must be easy of withdrawal.) the cover may bear the Bonder's name and address, and the words 1 packe...
RIFLE SHOOTING. BARNAWARTHA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING. U AIIN A W A FIT HA CLUB. The shoot for Mr W. I). Ryan's | trophy was contiuued on Saturday. The shooting all round was good, and at thi! 500 yards A. Cheosley secured tho possible Tbo winner was J. McGann with a score of 95 of} tho | rillo and a haudic»p of 7. Scores 300 500 600 H'p T'l ! J. McGann ... 31 31 30 7 1021 J. Cheesley ... 30 33 30 5 98 A. Cheosloy... 29 35 29 5 981 A. Oats ... 32 30 30 5 97 C. Holloway... 2S 30 32 7 97 G. IJolloway.. 27 30 28 12 97 J.Scott, ... 24 31 27 12 97 E.J Baxter... 28 30 33 5 96 J. Sullivan ... 32 33 26 5 96
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
CLARKE'S B. 41. PILLS. A Warranted Cure for nil Acquired or _ 'onstitutioD.il Discharged fr«>n V Jus Urumry Organs, in cithtr acx. Thtw f&roouB Pill'i ftl^o enro Phum in the Back, *nd «U Kidney DUordcra. Free from mercury. Forty Tears' gaocea. Sold by *11 CbemUt* *nd gtorefcfteper* throughout tin world. Coaneil Glab Hotel CONNESS S T 11 E E T, OHIL T E It N. Central, convenient, cou/fortublo, catering for all classes. Ample Stabling always availublo for country visitors, BILLIARDS. BILLIARDS. Cannon's Livery and Letting Establishment MOTOR CiS.jRS FOR HIRE. FOJUtf* ACiJ-lsKCY. | (In connection with fcbo HoLol) ! A.' V oliiolw cn.rryit*n ' iruv\ln,' and pui-e»\l» loivvoa hotnl daily iwt 2 p.m. for CltUtera Valley, Xmastown r\nd ludifco. i Fares (single) Is, 2s and 2s Gd, 'Phoue No. 3 ! STAR HOTEL*, CHILIEKK. A. P. BBIESE, Proprietress, BEGS to notify the residents of Cliiltem unci district that sho has taken over the management of this old established and well-known hostel...