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MELBOURNE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
MKLUOUtlNE MATCHES. Tlio League-Carlton 4.12 beat Ueelong 5 1, Collingwood 6.12 beat li-^endon 5 9, Fi zroy 7.11 beat St. Ki da 0 10, South Melbourne 8 9 boat. Richmond 5.13, Melbourne 119 boat University G 12. The Association - Essendun 13 22 beat Urunswick 11.15, Williaiustown 9 8 boat Brighton 6.3, Footscray 9.22 boat Prahran 8.5, North Melbourne 20.10 beat Port Molbourno 9 9, Hawthorn 13.14 beat Northcoto 3.13. The members and supporters of the Ohiltern football club met at tho Council Giub hotel, Ohiltern, on Satur day evening to say au revoir to Mr Thomas, prior to his removal from tho district. Mr Cannon, presideut of the club, occupied tho chair, and, on be half of the members, asked Mr Thomas to accept a souvonir as a memento from his Chiltern friends. M r Thomas suitably returnedthauksfor tho gift and said ho would return to Chiltern and renew his acquaintances with iho members of the club at the earliest opportunity.
Local Railway Service ALBURY TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
Local Railway Service ALBUUY TO JIELHOUKJiE. ino express leaves Albury,(Sunday excepted) lit 8.17 a.m, leaves Wodonga 8.2G a.m, leaves Barnawnrtha 8.44 ii.ii), leuves Cliiltern at 8.58 a.m, Spiinglnust 9.13 a.ii', Wangarai ta 9.38 a.iii, add arrivis in Melbourne at 1.50 p.m A train leaves Albury daily (Sun days excepted) at 2.52 p.m, leaves Wodonga at 3.5 p.m, leaves Barna wartha at 3.28 p.mJ lcmrs Cliiltern at 3.-15 p.m, leaves Springliurst at 4.5 p.Li), leaves Wangaratta at 4.37 p.m, leaves Benalla at 5'35 p.m, leaves Seymour at 8.33 p.m and arrives at Mo.bourne at ll.S p.m A train leaves Melbourne daily at C.15 a.m, leaves Benalla at 11.25 a.m, leaves Wangaratta at 12,17 p.m, leaves[Sprinsburst at 12.49 p.iu, leaves Cliiltern 1.8 p.m, Barnawartha 1.20 p.m, Wodonga 1.45 p.m, and arrives ab Albury 1.53 p.m An express train leaves Melbourne daily (.Sundays excepted) at 4 p.tii, leaves Benalla at 7.4G p.m, leaveB Wnn»aratla h t 8.30 p.m, leaves Sprii>glmi.-t at 8.57 p.m, Ieave3 Cl...
OVENS & MURRAY ASSOCIATION. POSITIONS OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
OVENS A MUIUIAY ASSOCIATION. 1'OrflTIONB OK CLUBS. 1'lnyed Won Lost Dw'n Points RuthDrglcn S 7 1 0 28 Corown 8 5 3 0 20 Albury.. 8 11 0 lfi Lalto Hovers 8 3 5 0 12 Howlony 8 1 7 0 4 Tho first rouuii of tho Ovens and Murray AssncUtiuu was completed on | Siturday III semifiuuls Corowa and Lako Rovers meet aud Ruthors;lon ] mid Albury. r.AKC HOVEltS V HOWLONG. L.ike Rovers had an easy win over Ilowlonij on Saturday wlipn they met at Rutherglen. Tho scores woro Lake Rovers 9 goals 20 behiuds, How Ion" 3 "oals 11 behiniis. iS. ul no>u|t«u» >'Ul&lt;i &lt;"? McKay's Hotel on Saturday evening. Piusent: Denehy (chairman), Lampitt, Clarke (Albury), Loughnsn, Sheridan (Rutherglen), Taylor, Powor (Border), Perkins, Martin (Lake ltover6), Leahy Barnfield (Howlong.) A letter was rod from the V.F. League statini: tlmt the player in question in the Atbury-Howlong match was eligible to piny ; and from Howlong club with drawing the protest, was received on thu motion of Mr Perki...
CLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Close season for Game, etc. The whole year [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
iOLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. CIOBO fsoason for Gtimo, The whole year All Australian Fauna, with the excep tion of Si»aki'9, in tliu Kational Parka and l'ublic (iatdona ; Acanthizio or TitB ; Hal'liitTH, l'.oc-eatiiiH, Bitterns, Black OocUiviooK, U ek. Swai)8, Black-tailed or K&lt;u*k-I'eUhlor I'arrets, Bronze-winged. iukI oilier Vw ild I'i^eons, Bustard or Wild Turkey, California!! Quail, Cater pillar' 'jatctR'Tb, Kphthianuraa or Chats, Fantails, Coach-whip Bird, Cranes-all hiinH known as Cranes, such ys TS&lt;*reta# (IfMinH (i'xvrpt thu JS'jti'v-ii Companion or AuMmJian Ctutic), Cuckoos, Cuckoo -?-lirit-: t-rH, Deer, Doves (Java Turtle), Ui'Vi-h (Wild), Kimia, Fy catchers, Frog mouth ror l'udar^us and Mopokes, (iruuealiia Family (all members of), Ibis, Kangaroos (Mack-faced or Mallee (Macro pus Melaiifps), Kallmann's (l»rs;o K'rey, M;ici&lt;>l.ub Gi^nti-us), Kangaroos (laiga red, '.Macropun liufu.s), Kinglishers-all kinds, includim; tho Great ICing lislier ...
WODONGA WEST RABBITERS V DRY CREEK WANDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
WODONGA WEST RAUIHTKRS V DRV CRKEK WANDERERS. After having a spell for 12 months tho above teams renewed acquaintance ihis week. Considerable interest wns taken iu the match and Schultz's paddock, tho scene of battle, was lined with spectators who arrived in motpr cars, bicycles, and vehicles of all description. The game was a most interesting one but tho Itabbiters proved their superiority and won by 10 goals 8 bebiuda to 4 goals 5 be hiuds. S. Richurdsou played the game of tho 36, aud for the Wanderers he was ably assisted by Dyball, " Pie" Merrigan, " Kaiser," Lindner, New bound and " Tiny " The Rabbiters were beat served by de Graves, U. Richardson, Shippard and Wilaon "Sandy" curried out the dutips of central umpire iu a moat efficient manner. Tho lady supporters of the clubs providtd afternoon tea, which was groatly appreciated.
CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
3LI»SB SKASONS 1 OK FISH, Black Fish- From 1st September to 15th December in4 each year (both dates inclusive) Crayfish-The whole year for all less tli»n 5> inches in lentitli, and for Female Crayfish from tlio 1st Jui.o to tho 30th November (both dates inclusive in eaoh yrar KuptiBh Koach-From 15th Septembef to 15th Movembei. Enelish Truut-From tho lBt May to the Hist August iu each year (both date* inclusive) Gipp"liind Perch-From 1st August to tho .'iOlh November in each year (both dntes inclusive) Murray liream, Murray Porch, Marray Ccd-From tho 1st October to the 30th November [in each year (both dateain elusive MINIMUM WEIOIITK OF FISH. Blackti"h, 4oz.t; Murray Cod, ljlbs Murray Perch, 8oza ; Perch, Guzs ; Bream oozs ; Silver Bream, 5ozs
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. Letters-For every $oz or under 0 1 Post Oarda-Stamped on Cards... 0 1 Letter Cards to New South Wales, South' Australia, Tasmania, Queensland, West Australia, New Zealand and^Fiji .^0 1 Post Cards, Reply Post Cards, Packets, Books, NewBpapors, Registration Fee, same as for placeB within Victoria Parcel Post-For every parcel of lib or under ... ... 0 8 Each additional lib or under (up tu 111b) 0 0 Bates to the Unitod Kingdom and Foreign Countries. Letters-ForJ every Joz or under 0 1 Post Cards-oach ... ... 0 1 Reply i'ost Cards-each ... 0 2 Newspapers-4ozJ Id, eaoh ad ditional 2oz ... ... 0 0} Commercial Papers-2oz 3d, 4oz 3|d, Coz 4d, 8oz 4Ad, lOoz 5d, then every 2oz to 51bs .. 0 1J Printed Papers, other than newt papers, for every 2oz or under up to 51b ... ... ... 0 1 Patterns and samples-For overy 2oz or under up to 12oz ... 0 1 Registration Fee ... ... 0 3 Acknowledgment of delivery of a registered article ... ... 0 2J Parcels Post, wholly by sea,-F...
POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES RATES FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
POST AND TELEGRAPH BATES KATES FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA. Letters-Half oauco or uudor ... 0 ? " For every ounce ... 0 Urgent Letters-Fur each Letter in addition to ordinary postage 0 Late fee ... ... .. 0 Packets-Commercial and printed papers, maximum weight 51ba, dimensions not to exceed 2ft in length, 1ft in depth or width, for every 2oz, or fraction thereof ... ... ... 0 I ' tterns and samples, packets of merchandise, etc., maximum weight lib ; dimension not to exceed 2ft in length, one foot in dopth or width ; rate of post , .age. for every 2oe , or fraction ? ?books-For every 4oz or ander up to olbs ... ... ... 0 Newspapers-For each nowspaper 0 Newspapers , magazines and publications not published in the Commonwealth, 2uz ... 0 Post Cards-each ... ... 0 Reply Po3t Cards-each ... 0 Letter Cards-2 for ... M 0 Registration feo ... ... 0 Parcel lib or under ... ... 0 Parcel, each extra lb or undor ... 0 1 2 C 1 1 1 0* OJ 1 2 2 3 6 3
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notes may be obtained at any Post Office in Victoria Hours of pay ment 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The following are'tbe denominations of the notes, and the poundage, or the price charged for them:-Is, Ad ; 1B Gd, ^d ; 2b, Id ; 2s 6d, Id; 3s, Id; 3s Gd, Id ; 4s, Id; 4s 6d, Id;.6s, Hd ; 7a Gd, 2d; 10s, 3d; 10s 6d, 3d: 15s, 3d ; 20a 3d.f MONEY ORDERS. United Kingdom, and other^' British Possessions and Foreign Countries, 6d for each £1 or fraction of £1.
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. Town and suburban, within prescribed limits, or within fifteen miles from the ?ending station, including address and ilgnature, not exceeding l(i words, 6d ; each additional word Id. Other places within the State, oscopt town Rod BubucbtiO, ioolucUng address and signature, not exceediug l(i wordo, 9d ; eaoH'additional word Id. Interstate.-From any one Stato to another, including address and signature, and not excueding 16 words Is ; each ad ditional word Id. On telegrams to and from Tasmania the charges are tliosu mentioned above, with cable charges added, which at the present time is id per word. Double the foregoing ratoB to be charged fer the transmission of telegrams on Sun day, Christmas Day, and Good Friday . and for " Urgent" telegrams. The forogoing rates are'^oxolusive ^ porterage charges
District Telephone Stations and Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
District Telephone Stations and Rates. Conversations cau be carried on between Chiltern and tho undermen tioned places by telephone, either direct from subscribers' premises or from tho post oflice,atchurgesnamed: First 3 Additions' minutes,1 3 minutes Allr.n'B Flat ... 8d Gd AI bury ... -Id 3d Barnawartlm 2d 2d Beechworth ... 8d 6d Bonallu ... 8d 6d Betlianga ... Gd 5d Bright ... la 9d Chiltern Valley 2d 2d Corowa ... -id 3d " Devenish ... 8d Gd Euroa ... la 9d Eldorado ... 8d Gd libdeu ... Gd 5d Gliiiirownn ... Gd 5d Gcrmniiton n.S.W la 9d Howlong ... 8d (id Huou ... Cd 5d . Jiudi;ra N.S.W ... Gd ad Kyutirain 2a Id Is 9d lvoutony ... Is 9d Lowtsdule n.S w la 9d Mooioopna 2s Id la 9d Miliiwa ... Sd Gd Melbourne 2s Id Is 9d iMuIwiiln ... Is Ud Myrtleford " ... Is 9d Niigambio la lOd Is 'Id North I'rontic-n... I&lt;1 :.H llOllKTljIl... JCl Springliurbt ... 2d 2d Seymour Is lOd Is td Swnnpool ... Is 9d Tarruwingeo ... 8d (id Tallangiittu ... Sd Gd Tocuuiwul n.su' Is lOil [ls4d...
CHILTERN BRANCH A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
CHILTERN BRANCH A.N.A. The fortnightly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday evoning iu 'the lire brigade hall. Present: Presi dent Lafrancbi, aud Messrs T. Hur vev, J. Hyland, M. Brann, li. Tidy man, Ji. Williamson, 11. Muller, P. Booth and J. Tanner (6ecrotary.) A leUer was read From Australian Forest League, for warding l ulus and objects of name Received From Uiner.il Secretary, druwiug attention lo errors inadu by some brandies re payment to sick fund Received. From same, drawing attention to the aims ami objects ot tho Australian Forest L ague, also asking tho branch to use iis (ndeavor.s to promote the establishment of children's play grounds- Receivid. The secretary reported that W. Wliitmore was still on tho side funds md th it C. Poako and H. McLean had declared on on August 3 .Accounts amounting tu £3 were pasoecl f ,r pnymout. J. Elligate ar.d D. Stephenson were proposed as benelit members. Mr Harvey - Other lodges are taking up the initiative reforenda, and I think w...
Phases of the Moon 1914. August [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
Phases of the Moon 1914. usl Full moon-Thursday 6 L»3t quarter-Friday 11 New moon-Friday 21 First quarter-Friday 28 September^ Full moon-Saturday 5 Lust quarter-Sunday 13 New tuoon-Suuduy 20 First uuarter-Suturday 2(j October Full moon-Sunday 4 Lust quarter-Monday 12 Now uiooti-Monday 19 First quarter--Monday 26 November Full moon-Tuesday 3 Lust quarter-Wednesday 11 New moon-Wednesday 18 First quarter-Tuesday 21 December Full moon-Thursday 3 Last quarter-Thursday 10 Now inooti-Thursday 17 First quarter-Thursday 24 Tjikoa AryiccrioNM AND Uoahhkniwh. All suffering from irritation of tho throat » hoarBonoBH will bo agreeably surprised at the aluiOBt immediato rolief afforded by the uso of 1 Brown's Bronchial Trochea.1 Thoeo famous 1 lozenges' aro now sold by xuost rcupectablo choinisls in this I country. People troubled with a 1 hack ling cough,* a * Blight cold/ or bron, 1 chial affections cannot tr> them too aoon 1 m similar trouble*, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pulm...
THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
THE WAR. War has eommencod between Groat Britain, Russia and France, and Ger many and Austria. The cause of the trouble is not generally known, but among the heterogeneous nationalities comprised in the ill-compacted Austria Hungarian empire is a large proportion of a race known as Slavs who occupy the South of Russia, Austria and the Halkan States. Russia has naturally looked upon these peoplo as under her protection and has resented any attcuiut on the part of Austria to extend her ter ritory southward beyond the Danube. The seizure by Austria of Boaina and Herzegovina while Russia was engaged in war with Japan, was deeply resented by Russia, and her interference now is simply a declaration that she will not permit a similar act of agression against Servia. The militant Gorman Emperor, who has for years aspired to be regarded us tlii! " war-lord" of l£uropc, haR long been spoiling for a light, and now throws his gauntlet into the arena in aid of his ally Austria, and in dclianco o...
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
DISTRICT COURTS. PKTTY KESSJONH, Beech worth-Daily Bunalla-Daily Bethanya-Every Wednesday^ Ghiltern-Every Tuesday, Thuredny and Saturday Eldorado-Every Wednesday, Kiewu-First Wed. each month Myrtloford-Every Friday. Iluthoryleu-Evory Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday Tallanyatta-Every Wednoaday Wodonga-Evory Thnrsday Wanyaratta-Daily Wahyunyali-Every aocond Friday, Yackandaudah-Every Monday.
Help in Cases of Accident. BURNS AND SCALDS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
Help in Cases of Accident. liUHNS AND 8CALDS. Oover with oooking soda and .ay wot clothes over it, whites of eggs and olive oil, olive and linseed oil, flour and mixed chalk and whiting DltOW.VIN'O. 1. Loosen clothing, 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 the body a few times .3. Pull toniruo 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 minute. Alternately raising and lowering the arms from the sides up abovo the head will stimulato the action of the lunijs; lot it bo dono gently but persistently 5. Apply warmth and friction to extremities. G. JUy holding the tongue forward closing tlio nostrils, and pressing the " Adam'a applo" back (so as to close entrance to stomach) direct inflation can b tried. Take a deep breath and breathe it freely into the mouth of the patient...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
SPORTINU. The Australian Hurdlo Baoe, run at Gaulfield ou Saturday, was won by Oapintesta, wiili Obi Beyond mid Taurus third Tlio winner started secoud favorite, going out at y to 1 asst. The distance was 3jl miles les* 'J2 yards, and tint time was Ouiin .lOAseo. ; ICid Lewis, of England, mot Bobbi>-. Mooro, of Auioriuu, at Bakor'e Stud ium, Melbourne, ou Saturday ninhl The bout went tlio full 20 rouuds, but WHS not characterised by any sensa tional work on tho part; of Hither tighter. In tho end Lewis secured the vordict on points, 1 he American, Jimmy Olabby, and the Auatiiilian, Dave Smith, fought in Sydney on Saturday night. The liuht wat a very abort oue. Smith being knocked out within half a round. Demand who used to race on the Chiltern and district courses won the Hurdle race at Warwick Farm, Syd ney, on Saturday. The Albury jockey (J. Kelly) was in tho saddle and rode a splendid race, unking his run at the right moment. Tho Australian team of tenuis players defeated Germ...
MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
MINING MEMS. At lliu Pilot I lie shaft has been sunk , to a depth of f>-lft in cement and clay, much softor than at the outset. Tim ladder way from brace to pulley wheeU has boeu placed in position. Galvanised iron hag been put on the engine house and aides boarded in. Preparations are now being made to build the house over boiler. Custings aud mountings for boiler hiwo not yet come to hand. A crushing of 1G0 tons from the Homeward Bound mine, Yackandan dali, was cleaned up last woek for a return of 5(iozi of gold, or an average of 7dwts per (011, Tim roef is froui 7ft to 12ft in width. The question of erecting another five head of 3tnmpg is undor consideration and a race to the Haphazard Creek is to be cut to augment the present water supply,' when if the necessary water is avail' able something will he done to in crease the cruBhiug (strength of the battery. At the Great Southern Consols 117 fathoms were treated for the fort night for a yield of 117:^ jzs gold. A crushing of 28...
FATAL MINING ACCIDENT AT CHILTERN VALLEY. MR BENJAMIN LAPPIN THE VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
FATAL MINING ACCIDENT AT CHILTERN VALLEY. Mil BENJAMIN LAPPIN THE VICTIM. "NVIiilo working in tho Chiltorn Valloy 'No. 8 mine, on Wednesday, Mr Benjamin Ijnppin was killed by a 'fall of earth and timber. He was engaged on tho day shift and at about 3 o'clock was putting in a shoot set at tho top of the shoot at tho 300 feet lovel which was going to tho intermediate lovel. By somo unaccountable means a part of tho timber got displaced with tho result that a fall of earth occurred and knocked tho unfor tunate man down thu shoot, which was about '-!.! feot deep. In the fall he be came jammed in the middle of the shoot, and the injuries hu recoived must have caused instantaneous death, tho skull being fractured. Mr Joseph I'osetti was employed with him and a trucker named Sir John Walsh was also pre sent, and thoy immediately gavo tho alarm. The manager (Mr J. Cock) who was on the mine, speedily got the men to work to remove the debris and ho nover left tho place until 11 o'clock at nig...