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FEDERAL FLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
FEDERAL FLASHES. Mr Parker J. Moloney, Lite labor candidate for Indi, will address tlx; electors on Haturday afternoon at Middle Indigu and til the Jjarna wartha town lin.II at nighl. Successful meetings were hold by Mr Moloney at Christmastown and Chiltern Valley on Saturday. Election matters aro nut HpoUun much abouL sinco tliu war betwt/en the Great Powers of Kurope began and little interest appears to bo taken in the vaporings of the candidates. Mr Ahera, M. 11.11., who was for a few days laid up with an attaok of influoi'Zi, has recovered, and ia on the warpath again. He has been addressing meetings in tho Mansfield district. Mr Kavanagh, M.L.C., secretary of the N.S \V. Labor Council, says that " If Mr Cook goes back to power and abolishes preferonco to unionists, tho gaola will not ho big enough to hold those who break the law." We don't quite follow. There has been no preference to Unionists while the Cook Government has been in power ; and all that the Liberals demand is th...
COMMERCIAL. Flanagan, Newman and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
CUMMbRCIAL. Flanagan, Newman anil Co. Flanagan, NJUVIIIIUI ami Co. report having held their mjual fortnightly market at the yards, Wangaratla, last Thuitduv, as follows: -A'6rualler yarding of fat sheep than usual, with quality not *o well represented us usunl. There were, however, odd lots of prime stuff, which met a ^nod sale, the demand for medium stuff being a little on the .slack side. A draft of prime ewos sent in by Mr David JOIIOH. Moyhti, 10/1: odd priiuc ewes, u/c same owner, to 30/; lambs t> £l/;t/f>, pur chased by Mr Jaa Moloney; truck of eweu, a/c Mr Kichard Shandley, Moyhu, 10/ to 10/7; comeback withers, 17/ to ]*/(»; lambs, 10/ to 17/i); me'iium lH/f». Store Sheep. Only a nmall yanlif-^ of store sheep came forward, ami the (it wand ruled about the Bamo as at i.n-t market. Fat cattle.-There was a modorate supply of fat cattle, and for the primer »tuif th^ d-niand WAS kenn at about last market's rates, whiie for medium the prices were unaltered. There was a pood a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
Call, we'll be delighted to demonstrate) the working of the VEGA. Large stocks 'on hand. A.G GHILTERJ & BARNAWARTHA. V. 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 - CLASS QUALITY AND LOW PRICES. YEGA has no superior as a Cream Separator and at tl 10 prices quoted (prices previously unknown) it is without question the Best Value Ever Offered in Australia. Don't Believe our statements but verily by testing the machine yourself. Commonwealth JgfeBanfe of Bustualia HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY This Bank !> oprn for *11 cl*.iei o[ GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS it EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hohart, Krishane, Kookhampton, Townavill*. and J,ondon. . Cable remitunce* made to, ami drofti dr.v.vn on foreign plaoC* diroc. Koreiir** l>iHn negotiated mid oollecrtrd. |,ptt-r* of credit i^ur.i to arjv part of the world. Utlh ii-'oriattd or forwarded for cnller....
Ovens & Murray Dairy Company. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
Ovens & Murray Dairy Company. Tile 41st half yearly meeting of shareholders in the abovo company whs held in the Albion hall, Spring hurst, ou . Friday afternoon l.isl. Present: Mr J. H. Sandforil (cliair man), T. Doolan, J. R. Whitehead and J. Tuohey (directors), F. Mardlinp, J. Pearoe, P. O'Brieu, 13. Cunningham, M. Cunuceu, P. Donovan, A. Sim?, T. Drenen, J. Fitzijeraid, II. Murdliim, E. W. Keat (manager) and F. J JBowyer (secretary.) Xlie balance sheet) for the half year ended i\iny 31 w»3 read. The receipts amounted to £5775 3j 7d made up as follow* :-Uutter sales £5740 lis, surplus excess over estimate £1-1 3s 7d, butte r milk £11 14?, rents £'2 15s Tlui expenditure was £5S34 5s 4d, milk, cream and butter purchases accounting for £1'20S 9s, cartauo £5Gti 10s 10d, wages £379 .la' GJ, butter boxes £it 17s 3d, firewood £C8 8s, printing mid am tionery Qi ^''t m.-uiufacturini;. requisites lt>s Id, repairs una renewals i-'13 1''- income tax and general expenses £37 19s 3H...
The Federal Standard, ESTABLISHED 1859 With which are incorporated THE OVENS CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZETTE. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
M'AHU.SUED 1850 With which aro Incorporated THE Ovehw OONHI'xtohon and QIukkay GAZETTE. PniiLifiiiuD KVKKY Fiuuay Mouniko FRIDAY. AUGUST 7, l'Jll. The euchre party ami dance, held in the 13arnawartha town hall oil "Wednes day evening in aid of tho K.C. .school fund, proved to he a tfrent success. The hall way crowded to its utmost* capacity. Cards were played from o'clock till 10r and the winners were Mists V. Harris and Mr J. Mcrri^an. A dance was after wards held which way also largely atten ded. Music was supplied by Miss McKeone, and the duties of M.C. were carried out by Mr J. O'Sullivan. The refreshments, provided by tho ladies* w«;ro handed round during an interval and were greatly appreciated. fc>ong» were rendered by the Itev Fathers O'Sullivan (St Kilda) and Kyan (JJalldule) and both the rev gentlemen proved themselves to be Iirst-class entertainers the comic itcuirf of the former being exceptionally good. The success of the function was in no small measuro due lo the e...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
2VZA.RK.ZA.G:e. JiOURKli-Stokks.-At St Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne, on June 20, by the Rev Father MeKenna, John ErneKt ISotirke, soil of Mr J. Bourke of Clultern, to Kvangeline Veronica Stokes, the fourth daughter of the late Michael Stokes of Geelong. WEDDINGS. HOUKKE-BT0KK3. A quiet but pretty wedding was celebrated at St Patrick's H.C. Church, Melbourne, on June 20th, by tin; Uev Kat-licr McKenna, when Evangeline Veronica Stokes of Albert Park, was married to John Ernest Bourko of Chilturn. The bride wbb becomiugly attired in blue crepe de chene and wis attended by the bride groom's cousin (Miss M. Byrne) as bridesmaid, who wore a slato coloured silk costume. Mr Joseph Byrne (cousin of the bridegroom) acted us best iuuu. The bride was given away by the bridegroom's uncle (Mr J. O'Counell.) After the ceremony the pirty drove to " Alsia Cruise," the residence of tho bridegroom's sunt (Mrs M. Byrne) where tho wedding breakfast was partaken of. The happy couple were the recipients...
LADY ROSE, CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
LADY ROSE, CHILTERN. The half yearly meeting of i-l 10 above ronqmi.y is to In' held lo day at Euruu. rim balance bin 01 shows th:il. the re ceipts (including a balance of LI 17 13s brought forward from last, lmlfyenr) to b'>vo licun Loll ITis Id, Tim ex j11*n&lt;!ilnru was L12S 2d, the princi pul iteiu being wageH L33~> 1 .Is lid, Tho amount ut. credit w«s L83 lis 2d. The directors' report t8 as follows : -" Ladies im l Gentlemen,-The directors he;,' to submit their twelfth half yearly statement of accounts to 30th .1 une, 191-1 During tin- period und;r review they found it necessary to suspend operations at tho anno owing to financial nee Is, thn gold won not being sutlicient to cover expenses of working, neces sitating the making of ctillp, a course your Boiud w-is loth to take. Applicntion was made to tho Minister of Mines, for an unconditional grant of L500, to be expended on the further development of the mine, but it was not favorably received liy the Minister, ...
WORMS. SOME STRIKING SYMPTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
WORMS. SO.MIS ST It IKING SYMPTOMS. A child who is ufllictod with worms will often he hi an indiiiorent state of health. It becomea poeviah and irritable, jui.i "ill iiavi' n strong ton dency to pick the nose, and there will bo ft severe itching of ilio lower bowel. Grinding tho teeth mid suddenly atari ing up in tho sleep will alao he noticed. Tho bowe5s are irregular, sometimes consti pated, and »t othor times re laxed, with bloody discharucs !ia in dysentery, and not infre iiuemly ihe discharges wi 1 be in and shred*, which miyht bo ) taken for partly digested food The bet j pryof of Worms is Worms, and if their presence is suspected, immedi ito atopa .should bo taken to positively &lt;'stubli«h tin* fact, and &lt; nee estnhiiHlieci (. mstuck b " D'&lt;ad Shot" Worm Pellets ;.imu d lo j arimihintorod according to direciona i ^Vorms require a specilic iru'dieino, ami ! tVu-re ia an remedy so eflecuve as these ; Pellets. They kill the Worms, diabioy j i heir...
Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
Municipal Elections. Following is ^ list of councillors for the various at)ires whose term of ollic* expires in August: Chiltern-Cra J. Black (Cliiliorn), J. Brann (Indigo), J. A. Sutherland (B'lrnawartha ) Boecliworlh-Ora N. Wooding (East Control), H. Vaiidenliwu (West. Cen irul), G. G. Wilson (North), T. 15. l^ergUBon (South.) North Ovens Shire-Ors H. J. It I cm m (Central), FT. R. Way (list court), J. Smith (Tarrawingee), 1*. Hamllny (Killinvurr... > Oiley Shire-Cra H. S. Milno (East ern Riding), JJ. Wyllio (Central), J. Dinning (Western.) Rutherglen Borough-Cra W. H. Allen, D. Hamilton, and H. S. Buah. Rutherglen Shire - A. Prentice (Brown's Plains), A. McLuurin (ljilli put), J. Hiskins (Norong), A. C. Mcknight (Wahguuyah.) Wanyaratta Borough Council'-Cra G. Maxwell, C. A. Tcague, and A. ii. Smith. Wodonga Shire - Cr J. Garretti (Wodonj»a), Cr J. Pollard (Bonogillu), Cr S. T. Parker (Green Hill.) Yackandandah Shire-Cr H. Hodg eou (Yackandandah) Cr B. Olutter huck (Kiowa.)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
rnrns TOPR i'jbaduL. Bundaberg, Nth. Queensland, wiBas » tcmirkstle ItUcr A MAGNIFICENT BRAIN AND NERVE STRENGTHENING MEDICINE. Q., 3'9/u. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. - "Until two year* a;o I fol lowed my profcision of LADIES' NURSE, residing at Frit. Perry. Overwork brought on a TOTAL COLLAPSE Oh' MY NERVOUS SYSTEM. I was treated by several doctors, but grew worse nnd bccame so low and suffered so much that 1 despaired of ever being well again ; in fact, ONE DOCTOR SAID THE END WAS VERY NEAR, and, indeed I only longed for the hour when 1 should be at peace. A friend, persisting, made me try Clements Tonic, and it proved my salva tion. Four bottles saw rae up and about, and although well advanced in years, I am strong and active, and able to look after my business. That is en tirely due to Clements Tonic. I would be pleased if you use tliis letter. NURSE W. tT EN'DRES." ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES SELL IT. Linseed Compound tor Ou^lm ami Colds. Of proven tllicacy fur diust com. plnintii oiQacBon...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
Barnawartha Rifle Club. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Barna wartha Itiilo Club will be hold at Brookelbnnk'a Star Hotel on WEDNESDAY EVENING. AuRuet 12, IBM. All members and intending members nro requested to attend. B. ELLIOTT, Hon. Sec. CI HILTERN-Impounded at thn Cbiltorn ! Shiro Pound on the 29th July, 1914, by Mr G. Adcock One Hod and White Heifer, branded like H or tB off rump, off ear mark. If not claimed and expenses paid to be sold on August 27,1914. JOHN ENBIGHT, Poundkeeper. /CREDITORS, next of kin, and all others having CLAIMS against the estate of the undermentioned person are required to SEND PARTICULARS thereof to THE TRUSTEES, EXE CUTORS AND AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED, 412 Collins street, Mel oil til- Imforu Uio 8t!i day of buplctubcr, lMl'i, olltufwlnv lltivy bi: excluded when the assets ure beinj> dis tributed : CHARLES 1SRUNN, lateof.Cbiltern, timber contractor and carrier, who died on the "J'Jth day of June, 1911. Dated this ">th dav of August. HIM. G. E. WHITEHEAD...
FOOTBALL. CHILTERN V MT. OPHIR. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 7 August 1914
FOOTBALL. CUILTBKX V MT. OPHIR. All roads led to Xmastown on Saturday whero the second Beini-firial match was played between tho nbovo teams. Mt. Ophir, who had won the minor premiership, had, up till Satur day, an unbeaten record, anil, an Ohiltern's hope of nuothor match rested on the game, big things wero expected oE Llu>m. The Chilternites wore determined to mako a strong effort and every man in tho eighteen rosponded gamely. Tho teams wore composed as follow :-Chiltern-Li franohi (cpt.), Douciii (3), Neville, Doolun, l^legi:, Thompson, AUeu, Scott, Iiillier, Uobin, Iiatlield, Blako, McLean, Smith, Cannon and Whelau. Sit. Ophir--Collins (capt.), Nevin, Hutchinson, MofTi't, Hicks, Corbett, Suow, Schwarer, Gillman, Carter, Lesi-berg, Harry, Dobbin, Sullivan, Nish, Hawking, Robertson and Wil son. Chiltern won the to>s and kicked towards the northern goal. Play hud only lienn in progress a few minutes when the scoring account was opened by Doulan with a single, followed soon a...
COUNTY COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914
'COUNTY COURTS. Bccchworth-Thursday, May 28 Tuesday, August 4 Thursday, October 1 Bonalla-Tuesday, July 7 Tuesday, September 1 Wednesday, November 4 , Bright-Tuesday, April 7 Thursday, November 20 Chiltern-Tuesday, May 20 Thursday, August 0 Tuesday, November 24 Wangaratta-Wednesday, Juno 24 Thursday, September 3 Thursday, December 3 Wodonga-Thursday, May 14 Thursday, August 27 NorE-Courts of Insolvency aro hold at places appointed on same dates a* County Courts and Courts of Minos. Courts of Insolvency at Beechtvorth, Bcnalla, Chiltern, Wnnguratta, Wodonga. and Yarrasvonga
CHILTERN V RUTHERGLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914
CIIILTKKX V KUTHKRfiLKN. ino aDovo teams spent a most enjoyable titue oil the Chiltern links on Wednesday. In the gents' games tho local players won easily, but the visitiug ladies proved to be too superior in their play to tbo Chiltern ites ftDd earned tor Rutherglen a win by 7 holts 7 acea. Afternoon tea was provided by the ladies and was greatly appreciated. Scores : Cbiltvru. Gents-- Holes Aces Erie Martin ... 5 5 T. Brieso 7 5 \V. Stncb ... ... 7 5 D. Martin ... 8 5 0. Martin... ... 0 0 J. Nugent 0 0 ? 27 20 Lad lets Miss L Martens... 0 0 MisB V. Grinlington 0 0 Mrs Russell ... 0 0 Misa Petlitb ... 1 3 Miss S. Edgar ... 0 0 Mrs Whitehead ... 0 0 1 3 ltuihergleu. Gunts- Holes Aces K H. Berryman ... 0 0 L>. Bourke ... 0 0 R. Kdumudson ... . 0 0 Burcli ... ... 0 0 i;. W.bst.1- ... -j 3 J. Clarkson ... 3 -1 5 7 Ladies Miss Berryman ... 5 5 Miss Scot* ... 9 5 Mrs Pattprson ... 4 4 Mrs Hedley ... 0 0 Mrs Bourke ... 4 4 Mrs Harris ... 8 5 30 23 Rutbergleu won by 7 holes 7 aces.
THE DISTRICT CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914
THE DIKTHICT CHAMPION. Cbiltern's champion golf player (Mr Eric Martin) 1ms earned for himself a reputation as a golfer. In inter club mutches played on t.liu Chiltern links lie has never been beaten. lie started to play the gnmn in 1111 1 and has competed in seven championship tournaments with tin? following re sults :-1D12, fifth in Riverina cham pionship at Corowa, fourth in North Eastern championship at Wansiaratta, and second iu tho Men's Handicap nt Wftugurn>tta, 11)13, third iu Itivuriim championship nt Corown, second in Euroa open championship at Euro*, and first in North Eastern champion ship at Wangaratta. l'JH, first in Beech tt'ortb open championship at Beechworth, first iu Riverina cham pionship at Albtuy, and first in Men's Handicap at Albury, Eric intends competing in championship tourna ments at Corowa, Wangaratta and Melbourne shortly.
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914
QOLF. A committee meeting of tljo Chil torn Uolf Club was held at the town hall, Chiltern, oa Monday ovooing. ; ~l>r«>id»i>t O. T. M.vrU.., li. Martin, A. Walatab, M. Brann ami C. D. Martin (secretary.) Mr WalBtab moved, and Mr Brann seconded, that Mr Keller's trophy bo subsidised by £1 10s from tho club arid played for iu A and B sections. Carried. Mr E Martin moved, and Mr Brunn seconded, that * boys' handi cap for trophies bo arranged on a dnto to be fixed.-Carried. The secretary reported that tho Wangaratta club had offered the use of their links to the Cliiltern club on AuguBt 19, and lie had arranged for the members of tho club to have a picnic party on that day. Ho asked that as many members as possible should attend. Mr IS. Martin tendered his resigna tion as handicapper. Hu considered tint members had not treated him fairly. He had dono hi* best for tho club, but simply because he happened to win a trophy he got into all sorts of trouble.-Mr C. D. Martin moved, | a...
Report of Secretary for Alines. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914
Report of Secretary for Alines. The annual report of the Sccro tary for Mines is to baud. The follow ing reports wera made by the diBtriot inspectors for the year 1913 : HEECIlWOItTU DISTItlCT. A. S. Caiu, Inspector of Mines Buechworth I beg to submit my report for the ?year 1913 :-The Mines Acta b»te teen fairly well observed throughout the district during (ha past, year, due precautions being taken for the healih and 6afety of the employees Machine drills bavs beeu installed in two of the mines, and appliances, as required hy the Mints Act, have heeu installed for dust suppression. The ventilation of the mines is on the whole good, and mucb work has been dune to provide or improve it. Safety cages are regularly tested and adjusted, boilers are cleaned and tested, and machinery overhauled and kept iu safe working order. Three accidents of a serious nature ocourred during the year, whereby one man wbb killed and three others seriously injured. Thomas Chap man had his ribs broken by ...
THE GAZETTE. LANDS AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914
THE GAZETTE. LANDS AVAILABLE. Tliti undermentioned aro available up to Wednesday, 19th August: County Bokou^', parish Chiltorn, G7;i, £2 acre, in west of parish (forfei ted by A. N. Robinson), ;3A miles from Chiltern. County Hoyon;;, parish Belvoir West, 10/ acre, near centre of parish (forfeited by H. E. Bchultz), 5 miles from Wodonga. LICENSES TO OCCUPY UNUSED ROADS. John Hiskins, 8a 2r, Norong. LICENSES TO Occurv WATER W in Jas M'Kiuty, Norong. LICENSES APPKOVED. WUI Ashton, sen, 20a, Gooramadda. Jus Hogau, juu, 18a, Gooramadda. GRANTS APPHOVED. Frank Gurnham, 20^, Lilliput. TRANSFER OF LEASES. J. Trovillian, 10a Or 19p, Chittern ; transferee, Jas Robinson. A. E. T. Bartley, 56a 2r, 17a lr 2Gp, and 18a 2r 4p, Chiltern ; trans feree, Ernest II. Burrows-'. LEASES APPROVED. Jobti Johns, 29a 3r 30p, Chiltern. It. is estimated by the Government statistician (Mr Trivett) that New South Wales has a record area of .1,108,600 acres under wheat this year. It is considered that a little ove...
WIT AND WISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914
SVIT AND WISDOM. Women may bo tho weaker vessel, hut it's generally the man who goes broke I£ you can't be Rood, be careful ; but if you can't be careful, for goodness falte don't be good. Wo are all potential Neros-the difference is wo fiddle when other people's Homes are burning The devil is almost as diflicult to plense ns a woman, and the reward iu each - case ia tho 6ame-an uncom fortable littio Take things as they come, by all means, but don't wait till they go to claim pofsi ssioii A woman likes a innn to lin a savage in everything except his clothes Anything legal is always dull, whether it's n judge or marriage You don't mind I lit) thorn in tin; rose, but u woman with a pin in her waistbclt makes you forget the lan guage cf flowers A misanthrope, is generally a lover who has taken tlio wrong turning No man sayi--, May I ? unlets he knows he may Love is like a lighthouse-it needs two people to tend it, A woman thinks very little, of a kiss. It's the kisser who unitters Lois...