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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 16 January 1914
ROYAL MAIL LINE of COACHES. BRIGHT TO MOUNT BUFFALOr * "IWiHfiEB TIME- TABLfi - iJTHEN PaAOTICABLfc/ . Leave Bright, Wednesday," Cmis flay and Saturday, 9 a.m. ' Leaye Buffalo, Wednesday, 4 p.m., Friday, 9 a.m. ; Sanday, 2 p.m. BEECHWOETH AND CHILTERN. Leave Beechworth daily at 10 a.m. returning from Chiltorn' at 3.45 p.m., on arrival of train from Albury. Fare, 6s. BEEOHWORTH AND YAOKAN DANDAH. Leave Yackandandah dally at 11 a.m., due at Beechworth at 1.20 p.m. Beturning from Beechworth daily at 8 p.m. Fare, .2s 6d. IWODONGA AND TINTALDRA, VIA BURROWYE, JENJELLIO AND .WALWA. Leave Wodonga every Wednesday find Saturday at 6 a.m., returning from Tintaldra every Monday and Thursday at 5 p.m. Fare £1 &.. ' iTALLANGATTA & CpRBY.QNG, VIA . JCOETONG AND "CUDGEWA. Leaves Tallangatta daily at 5 a.m., returning from Oorryong daily at 7 p.m. Fare, 16s. TALLANGATTA TO ESKDALE AND MITT A MITTA. Leaves Tallangatta daily at 7 a.m., returning from Mitta Mitia daily at 9 a.m.' MITTA...
CLOSING HOURS FOR MAILS AT IBEECHWORTH POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 16 January 1914
CLOSING HOOKS" FOH MAILS AT IBEECHWORTH POST OFFICE. Everton Railway Station, Tarrawingee Railway Station, Eldorado, Travelling Poit Pffice, Wsngaratta, Benall*, * Melbourne. 7.26 a.m. daily. ? Everton Raiiway Station, Travelling Post Office, Warigaratta, Melbourne, 2.86 p.m. daily, Friday afternoon excepted. . Gapeted, Eurobin, Myrtleford, Bright, Porepunkah, Wandiligong, Ovens Tale, Henday, Wednesday and Saturday, .25 a.tn. j Tuesday, 2.30 p.m., Ovena Vale excepted ; Friday, 6 p.m* Ovens Vale ex cepted Baarmutha, Murmungee, Silver i^reaic, Hurdle Flat, Stanley, Wooragee, Yackan . dandah, 2.35 p.m. daily. ' Woolshed, Reids Cr«ek, HilUborcujb 1.35p.m.Ta--»dayi, Thursdays and Bator, dav« j, D, HUTSON Postmaster. yrfnted and poMishod by THOMAS 3 P. E. POHEITT it his ofllt*, Oamp etreet, Baeohworth, in the '/ Stata cfi Victoria, for; ti* Pi«o
ARRIVAL BEECHWORTH POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 16 January 1914
ARRIVAL BEECHWORTH POST OFFICE. Sverfcra Railway Station, Tarrawragee Railway, Eldorado, Travelling Peat Offioe, Waugaratta, Melbourne, 2.20 p.m., daily. Everton Railway, Wangaratta, Travelling Pobi Office, Benalla, Melbourne, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, 10.20 p.m. Tuesday, 10.42 p m.; Friday, 10.3&lt; p.m. ' Gapsted, Eurobin, MyrUeford, Porepun kah, Eright, Wandiligong. Oveni Vale Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, ».3§ pn, ; Tuesday, 10.42 p.m.; Fridays, 10.31 Saturday, 2.20 p.m.' ' Baarmutha, Murmungee, Silver ^re*K, Hurdle Flat; Stanley, Wooragee, Yacfain dandah, 1 30 p.hi; daily. Hillsborough, Woolshed, Retda Creek Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, 1,30 p.m.
CLOSE SEASON FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 16 January 1914
OLOSr SEASON FOB FISH. Black Fish-From 1st September to 15th' December in each year (both dates inclusive). - Crayfish.--The whole year for all less than 9 inches in length, and for female crayfish from 1st June to 30th Kovember (both dales'inclusive in iach year). ? English Trout.-From 1st May to 31st August in each year (both dates inclusive.* Murray Bream, Murray- Perch, Murray Cod.-From ist October to to 30th November in each year (both' dates inclusive). Gippsl'and Perch-From 1st August 30th November in each year (both dates inclusive)..
THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 16 January 1914
THE RAINFALL. i | Following are the records of the ! rainfall since tlie year 1882 : II. ? Totals ... 29 07 0 12 0 IB 0 96 ,2 95 "4 20 2 09 3 65 4 74 .1 75 .4 19' 2 60. 1 46: 0 17" 1 (>3 1 Si* 1 or 2 61 4 21 2 48 3 66 .. ! 14 4S47 " 1,65 : 0'8o 1 85 0 111 1 JO 1 81 2 60 3 19 0 67 2 22 "2 13' .2; 23 ". ?3 63 1 37 : 1 32 2 84 1 31 1 98 2JI2 ? R-30 1 "26 K 29 G 4> > 141?" 1 26 ' '2 11 27 99 I 23 24 i' 28 24 0 43 1 35 45 o-36 « 7 36 \ 82 .'44 .5'64/ 1 44 3 89 4 74 3 51 2 14 5^18 6'3(): 2 07 4 01 2 34? 6 00 3 20 '31 76 ?' 44.32. 2 83 2 74 0 «1 0 77 .' . 3 68 ' 3 18 2 94 1 CM 3 01 ?0&lt;8« 0' 47" 7 0' ? 2 44 ! 2-96" 0 OB1:. 3 51" 8 51 7 71 1 '49 6 46 5 40 2 64 2 74 - 0 60 0'02 2'9S - 2:-78' 1 '58* . 2V15; &"38 i&lt;?!9 . 3 84 2B7 4 30 : s 4i 3 33 ' 4 79 > 0' )2 - 3 16=> 2 06 > 1 27.-' 4 Oi l 4 46 'i 2 65-' , 1 52' 2 49 2 78 . C 59 0 66''. 1 0?' 0 25 2 90. S It, 2 41 3, 06 5 60 3 85 2 76 3-'4 2 1 70 £l 40 1 07 0 04 1 1 06'-' 35C T51 7 02 3 80 4 78'...
ACGIDENIS-EMERGENCIES WHAT-TO DO TILL THE DOCTOR COMES. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 16 January 1914
ACGIDEi] rs &-EWBRGEN WHAT-TO jab TILL THE DOCTOR ;> ' COMES. 'The following useful hints-the ad option of which in . country places inay/ljei the means of saving human life-have lieen issued by the author ity of tho Australian Health Society : . : .There . should be in every home ~6.' place known to every member of . the household (but out of the way of the children) where are kept fready for immediate use the follow ing' articles which can be obtained from a chemist :-A pair of scissors, three ior four large needles (threa ledj I a. fcw prepared bandages, some lint, [adhesive plaster, oil silk, cotton wool for padding, olive oil, and a Iiottlo I of Bo rack; or Carbolic acid solution. [You ' are recommended, also, to obtain, if possible, practical instruc j tion from a St. John Ambulance As sociation class. Every family should I.have at least one certificated mem I foer of the Association.] BRUISES AND SPRAINS. If'a bruise can Lie treated at oiue, I apply cold water, and...
THE TENNIS ASSOCIATION. January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 16 January 1914
CTHE TENNIS ASSOCIATION. January May Day v. Stanley. Alpine v. Beechwortli. January 21. Alpino v. May Day. Bcechworth v. Stanley. January 28. Stanley v. May Day. ? Beechwortli v. Alpine, Februery 4. Stanley v. Alpine. May Day v. Beechwortli. February IS, Alpine v. May Day. Beechworth v. Stanley. . , February 25. May Day v. Beechwortli. Stanley .v. Alpine. March 4. Bcechworth v. Alpine. Stanley v. May Day. March lb. May Day v. Alpine. Stanley v. Bcechworth. March 25. Alpine v. Beechworth. May Day v. Stanley. April 1. Alpine v. Stanley. Bcechworth v. May Day.
METROPOLITAN NEWS TAIT TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 16 January 1914
AiiiTkOFOLITAN, NEWS. - T1AIT TRAINS ,T!ho. Tait trains no doubt have their" disadvantages, such as the Hanger of the sliding- doors in the case of children, or adults who have tnken more than is good for them, also their extreme draughtines? ~ ":n the winter, but if they were'more "n use such rowdyism'as has been coinplained of lately in connection with the last train from Minders .street to lYankston on Saturday/nights could bo more easily checked A few drunken and foul-mouthed roysterers in.a closed in compartment can make .things very uncomfortable for the other passengers, but if they started their nonsense in a Tait carriage they might find that they were in the minority, and in the hands of tho -police on the first opportunity as a consequence/ There' is more or loss of this Saturday night nuisance on every suburban line-although things are. not quite so bad as in the case of-the Pranks ton " drunks' express" But decent folk who get "the last home,A although thoy may not alwa...
MODERN GIRLS TRAINING CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 16 January 1914
MODERN pJRLS TRAINING CONDEMNED. Addressing a national congress on Race Betterment at Battle Creek, Michigan, Dr. Caroline Desel bitterly condemned the manner in which mod em girls are educated. Girls were turned out of colleges, she declared, who were unfit to achieve a livelihood of motherhood. Such girls were ner vous wrecks. 'Their heads were filled with fancy information which sounded ' well at club meetings, but which was utterly useless when ordering steak. "Graduates of these colleges,'' Dr. Desel continued, "possoss a penchant for fashions which are the nearest approach to nudity allowed by the law Bachelors often remain bach elors because women are spendthrifts. These colleges- are completely fail ing to train girls in life's problems." Dr. Desel concluded by saying that she had dreamt of the timo when a chair of health would be endowed in every college in the United States where proper diet, exercise and health study would be made features of the training of giris.
THE COROWA-WAHGUNYAH RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 16 January 1914
THE COROWA-WAHGUNYAH - KAIL. WAY. ' At the most'recent meeting of the Oorowa Pi,-ogress Association Mr Parkin suggested re., the linking up proposals, that an amount should be collected so as to enable them, to put on a canvasser to travel the district for signatures to a petition for pre sentation to the Minister to push the matter on. If 10000 signatures were obtained, lie said, it would carry seme weight. Mr Leahy' suggested that all the F, and S Associations be asked to get. signatures, Mr Parkin moved, Mr Ritchie se conded, that a petition be prepared to. send to the Minister in connection with the linking up proposals, and that copies be sent to the F. and S Associations in the district 'for sig natures ; and also asking them for subscriptions towards sending a depu tation to Sydney.-Carried The mattet-was left in the hands ' of the secretary, president, and Messrs P IC Ritchie, "and W. Parkin.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 16 January 1914
- WAS NEVER WELL. NEURALGIA AND BILIOUSNESS i . CAUSED UNTOLD SUFFERING. DC MORSE'S INDIAN-ROOT PILLS GIVE COMPLETE RELIEF Neuralgia is caused by poorness of ?blood, and a: remedy that will purify - tlio blood will overcome Neuralgia, -' r^,ji£?9ssts That Dr. Mor-* .. se's Indian . Boat Pills do \~:f and thor "fe# ^ #"5^1 o-uffhly is ...Vfeproved by the * ^ '*2:isr: lollowinp I .3^^ statement rc ceivert from V-p=^5f>A- Mrs J Hyde, 1%, "f 26 Evelyn street. M el y0? bourne, Vk y.SbJfofSfydtr ' wr'tcs--Wh° From a Photo. "Just a few lines in reference to your Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills as a medicine During the past two years I suffered from Sick Headaches and Neuralgia and periodic Biliousness. In spile of dieting and medical advice, I was never well. I used to dread the days and nights of nervous agony and only women who have suffered from Sick Headaches know what those nights were. Some time back I was advised to give Indian Root Pills a trial, but I did not do so at : the time,...
CLOSE SEASONS, ETC., FOR GAME AND FISH & MINIMUM LEGAL WEIGHT OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 16 January 1914
CLOSE SEASONS, ETC., FOR .' GAME "AND FISH & MINI MUM LEGAL WEIGHT OF FISH. List of game and. native game pro tected in Victoria under the second Odd third schedules to the Game Act 1890:- ' ' ' . THE' WHOLE YEAH.-All Aus tralian fauna fvith' tho exception of snakes) in the National Parks and Public Gardens, scanthizao or tits, bears' (see native 'bears), bee-eaters, bitterns ' "Tack cockatoos, black I swans, black-tailed or roclf pebbler t parrots, bronze-winged and other wild pigeons, bustard or wild turkey, Californian quail, caterpillar-cateners, : chats (see ephttiianuras), coach-whip birds, cranes (all birds known as i cranes, such as herons, egrets, etc., except tlid native' companion or Aus tralian crane), cuckoos, cuckoo shrikes, curlews (see southern stone , plover, etc.), deer, doves (Java turtle), | doves (wild), egrets, (see cranes, etc.), emus, eplithianiiras or chats, fan-tails, fly-catchers, frog mouth' or podargus and mopokes, graucalus family (all members o...
CONDENSATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 16 January 1914
CONDENSATIONS. Amundsen, who proposes to reach the ^forth Pole iu 'lho Fram, drifting in the Polar current, is raising- a part- of the £30,000 required by sel ling, post cards at 2s Gd each which he -will take with him and post to the owners at the first .town he reaches on his return. Ml- J. Itoche, of AVhorouly, was forking " hay from a waggon on to the feeder of a cliaflcutter last week when he slipped and fell heavily on to the chaiTcutter breaking three of his ribs and also injuring his back A Hospital Sunday gathering at Yarrawonga resulted in £14 10s oeing ccllccted for- the Wangaratta Hospi tal. There was peculiar "mix up" in Ford-street, Beechworth, on Wcdnes: day morning. A young horse owned by Crawford and Co. was being broken into double liarness in a brake of the company. As soon as it was driven on to the street it threw itself down a.nd tripped .up its companion .which.tell on top of it and the pole Willing assistance was promptly given the driver and neither horse su...
COST OF LIVING STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 16 January 1914
COST'OF LIVING STATISTICS. All people are supposed to take a measure of interest in the locality where they live, and should be willing to "help so far as they can in any movement, that has local significance. In spite oi a good deal of talk about Australian national spirit, there seems to be a lack of this feeling- abroad. Mr G. H Knibbs, the Commonwealth Statistician, a little while ago issued forms to a number of householders, with . a request that a record might be mads of certain items of expendi ture. The intention -was to draw up ' a return which would have some bearing upon one of the most interesting social phenomena of the moment- tlu; cost of living.. The response has been discouraging, and there seems to be no good reason for it. The request was a reasonable orie ; in the nature of things .the information is easy to supply ; and' the record would be of great value'. The Australian housewife is energetic enough, she has, as a rule, a rather better education than her siste...
THE WATT MINISTRY'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 16 January 1914
TOIB ' WATT MINISTRY'S PRO GRAMME. ' ' The programme of the new /Watt Ministry, as outlined*by the Prenuur, in his Essendon speech, is onu ,thu.r. | will commend . itself to couuu j i Liberals. It? principal planks are j a sustained policy of railway ex- i tension and renewed efforts to em-1 courage immigrants who will settle j and work in the country districts. J A country Ministry, intent o>n serving i the best interests of the State, will find a useful* field for sei'vice in these entei'prises. One of the serious hindrances to- national progress i.n Victoria, as indeed in nearly all the other- Australian States, is the undue, not to say alarming-, aggregation of population in the State capital. Mel bourne contains more than a third of the population of the State, aiid the same abnormal proportion is found in the six capital citics of Australia, when compared 'with the population of the Commonwealth. .Thus, in' effect, the development of the rural industries of the continent, 0...