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CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. THE DRAW [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION'. Til 10 DRAW The following is the draw for the second round, matches to be played on the ground of the lirat named club : - January 31. Cliiktrn v Xinnstown Mt Uphir v Uorowa B Uorowa A v ypringhurst Lake v liuthergleii Bamawartha, a byn February 7. Uorowa B v Barnawartha Ruther^len v Corowa A Xmastown v L'lke Springliurat v CliilUrn M.I Opliir, a liy« February 11. Like v Mt Ophir Uliilturti v Corowa li H irnawart ha v Kutli&lt;!r:>ltin Uorowa A v Xmaalowii .Sprin^liurst, a bye Kebrunry 21. Uorowa H v SpriuKhurst Mt Opliir v Cliiltern Like v Uorowa A Barnawartha v Xmnslowti Ruthertjlnn, a bye February 28. Ruther^Ien v .Sprin^hurst XmasLown v Uorowa B Uorowa A v Mt Ophir Uaruawartha v Chiltcrn Lake, a byo March 7 Xiuaylowii v Mt Uphir .SpringhurBt v Baruawartha Ruthorqlcn v Corowa B Uhiilcrn v Lake Corowa A, a bye March 11. Chillern v Uorowa A Like v Barnawartha lit Uphir v Ruthrrglcu Sprin^hurst v Xiuastowa Uorowa B, a bvo Tu clean hearth ru...
A GROWING TOWNSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
A GROWING TOWNSHIP.? The Orange Municipal Council is negutin'iog a loan of £25,000, for the purpose of remodelling the council's' !>as works, extending ibo gas umms, and in purchasing ulant and carrying out permanent improvements. Land values in Orange are continu ally advancing. The Municipality covers-an area of 1315 acres, and new buildinss are aoing up every day. A comparision between the (inures at the conclusion of the triennial period of 1911 and that of 1914 shows that the unimproved capital value has advanced £4G 564, the rental value was £53 952 ; now it id £74,951, while the improved capital value has advanced from £802,910 in 103 1 to £9S0,G01 nt present. The population has iDCreasi'd in threo years from 0720 to 7100. During tbo year 1913 buildings to the j value of £40,8G3 have boenercctid, and, altogether, a wave of decided prosperity is flooding tho whole dis triot.
MR DANIEL O'CONNOR. DEATH IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
MR DANIEL O'CONNOR. DEATH IN SYDNEY. Mr Daniel O'Connor, for years a conspicuous politican in Xcw South Wolee, died in the Liverpool Asylum at half past ?') o'clock on Saturday iflorijiuy. Ho was in bis 70ih your. For some weeks past he liiid suffered an acuto iHnes?, unci his end whs not unexpected. Deceased, who win born in Tipper ury, came !o Australia with bis parents when only 10 years old. His father had been a cattle buyer in Ire land, and not long -after arriving in Sydney bo established n wholesale butchery business in York street. When his son attained the a!;e of l'J years, in ISO-'!, Mr O'Connor retired from business, leaving Dan in charge. The meat trade proved profitable to the young Iriohiuan, who Inter set up a shop in William street. From thai, time on Dau O'Connor Bteadily reaped a fortuue, a&d it was not until his iusatiablo taste for mining speculation crippled bim financially that he ex perienced tho reverses of his iater years. Aa far back as 1S76 decea...
Help in Cases of Accident. BURNS AND SCALDS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
Help in Cases of Accident. IJUIIN8 AND HCALD3. | Cover with cooking soda, and .ay j wot clothea over it, whites of ogga and j olivo oil, olive and linseed oil, Hour and mixed chalk and whiting DRO WS'IN'Q. 1. LooBea clothing, if any 2. Empty lunga 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 tongue forward using hand : kerchief or pin with Btring if necos aary 4. Imitate motion of respiration by alternately compressing and expand ing the lower riba about twenty times '! a minute. Alternately raising and S lowering the arms from the sides up above the head will stimulate the i| action of tho lungs; let it be done ? gently but persistently / 0. Apply warmth and friction to i extremities. 6. By holding tho touguo forward, closing tho nostrils, and pressing th " Adam's apple" back (so aa to clos entrance to stomach) direct inflation j can b tried. Take a deep breath and i breathe it freely in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
A. P. BEiESE, Proprietress, BEGS to notify the residents of Cliiltern and district that stio has taken over the management of this old established and well-known hoetelry, and hopes by running it OH up-to-date lines to merit a continuance of support. The Oldest Established Commercial Hotel in tho District. Alee, Winos, Spirits and Cigars of tho First Quality. Hot ond Cold Baths. Billiards Crawford cfc Co's Stablos. Wi ¥M M N :Vi* (^V / \ M EAEl'AWlM.'lIA. B THE 1SPOIITINU HOUSE OE THE DISTRICT (Under New Management.) g J. H. Brockelbank, Proprietor, | Begs to announce to tho residents of Barnawartha and Surrounding ^ District that he has taken over tho licenso of the above hotel, and trusts by strict attention to business to merit a fair share of public v.V jjS; patronage. Good Meals and General Accommodation. ^ Only tho bust brands of Wines, .Spirits and Cigars stocked. '^2 Good Stabling-Free. First-class Billiard Table. :.'0 MM Ms I Council Olub Hotel, 'CHILT K K N Central, conven...
POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES RATES FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
POST AkBj .TELEGRAPH RATES KATEH FOB I'l.AUKfi IN* V1CTOKIA, Letters-Ilalf ounco or undor ... 0 1 " For every ounce ... 0 2 Ur(>ont Letters-For each Letter iu addition to ordinary puatbgo 0 G Late feo ... ... ..0 1 Packets-Commorcinl and printed papors, maximum weight 51 ba, dimensions not to exceed 2ft in length, 1ft in depth or width, for evory 2oz, or fraction thereof ... ... ... 0 1 I ttcrna and saiuplen, packets of merchandise, etc., maximum weight lib ; dimension not to exceed 2ft in length, one foot in depth or width ; rate of post age for ovory 2oz or fraction thereof ... ... ... 0 1 booka-For ovory 4os: or tjndur up to Gibs ... ... ... 0 . ! . Nowapapora-For each uewspaper 0 0$ Newspapers t magazines and publications not published in the Commonwealth, 2oz ... 0 0$ Post Cards-each ... ... 0 1 Reply l'oat Cards-each ... 0 2 Letter Cards-2 for ... 0 2 Registration feo ... ... 0 3 Parcol lib or under ... ... 0 G Parcel, each oxtra lb or undor J... 0 3
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
DISTK10T OUUKTS. J'RITY HKKNJONK, Beech worth-Daily Benalla-Daily Bethanga-Evory Wednesday^ Ohiltern-Every Tuoaduy, Thursday and Saturday Eldorado-Every Wednesday. Kiewa-First Wed. each inuuth Myrtleford-Every Friday, Rutherglon-Evory Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday Tallangatta-Evory Wednesday Wodonga-Every Thursday Waugaratta-Daily Wahgunyah-Every second Friday, Ysoliaudandah-Every Monday,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
A HOME-MADE HAIR GROWER, THAT DOES MARVELS. During the last few years Qnnnunonnents have appeued occasionally tailing how to ranke a really good hoir tonic that would aiitu.uly make thu hair grow, and it nives us Ki eat plra^ure to learu that HO many who have tried it have obtained such remarkable results. Ono lady writ-* tbat imru&lt; diat»;ly after reading the formula, tsho wont to her chemirt and bad bitu put up a« directed. 1 ounce of Ij'ivnna de Cnmpopr-«\ J drum Men tliol OrydtaiH, arid 3 outiei-a Buy Hum- »Sb« to 'U this h.uue, and. although ber hair had been tailing out terribly -and she was threatened with baldnn^. she way aatouisbed and delighted to note th^it the fal'ias? out nf the hair stopped immediate1?, and the hair itxdf buL'an to grow in an niu;uinu» manner, lu fa«**, h stated that it ha-? already grown n arly rt inchob in a littto over two months Moreover, hor hair id now brighter, ^lonyier and more luxuriant than ever and is ttill growing. She rubbed the ...
BARNAWARTHA V MT OPHI[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
HAUNAWAUTIU V MT OPHIB. A most exciting gamo was played on Satur day, at Barnawartba, between the locals and Mt Ophir, resulting in a win for Barnawartha by three runs and one wicket. Mt Opbir went in tirst and put together 118, the last wicket being responsible for 40 runs. W. Sullivan 18, Heady and Hopo 15 eaab, Quirk 23 (including a bit for six), and Charlie Tanner 14 not out batted well for the visitors. Barnawartba made a fair start, Clem Tanner getting caught on tba bound ary, the first wicket falling? for 27. When nine wickets were down the locals wanted nine to win. Jack Sullivan batted splendidly and soon bit up tho required number. There was great jubilation when be rnado the winning hit for foor. Clem Tanner 21, E. J. Baxtor 30, G. Baxter 14 and J. Sullivan not out H9 batted well for Barnawartba. Heady for Mt Opbir bowled best, capturing 7 wickets for 71. A. DeMamiol for Barnawartha also bowled well, getting tive wickets for 23 runs, Lin Baxter secured 3 ror 42 runs. Soor...
THE CHILTERN PARK. To the Editor of the Federal Standard [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
THE CHILTEKN PAKK. ']\i tin: Eilitnr &lt;// the Federal Staiuturd Sin, - Your correspondent " Old ' Citizen" struck the keynote in your lust it-sue of ilie Fkukhal STANDARD when lie drew attention >o the una lected appearance of the Chilteru j purli. When I tirat rend the letter I could not In lieve it to be true so I determined to see fur myeelf. On Sunday afternoon I took 11 walk round the park and on every side there WHS evidence of the truth of the assertions made by " Old Citizen." About twenty heid of cattle and horses were ijrn/.ing and the fi-nce down in various places. In the lime of our late engineer (Mr Anowsmith) the park was kept, in tirsl, class Older. If repairs or a emit of paint were necessary they were immediately car ried out. Nuw everything has nhnost gone lo ruin. A visit lo the lie ''octed area by the ermine r w uld not be out of place at, 'lie present lime, and then he cuuld give councillor-* M»mo iHea i.f the work required. Inrte VI, Chiliern has b...
SPRINGHURST V LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
HI'BINOHURHT T LARK. Lake paid a visit to Springburst on Balur day, and suffered defeat at tho hands of the local players. Scores: Lake. 11. Yates, b E. Korr .. . * .. 0 K. Biskins, not out .. .. ..24 W. B. Bull, b E. Kerr .. ..8 F. Grantham, b E. Korr .. .. 0 N. Hiakins, b E. Kerr .. .. 0 T. Yates, b Cunncon.. * .. 0 W. Grantham, o E. Korr, b Cunneen .. 0 A. Grantham, b Poaroe, b E. Korr .. 4 F. Schmulze, b E. Kerr .. .. 0 M. MeCallum, b A. Kerr .. .. 6 1*. Siskins, Ibw, b W. Plum .. .. 7 Sundries, .. .. .. 7 Total, «. .. ..56 BowlioR-E. Kerr, 6 for 16; A. Kerr, 1 for 17; D. Cunneen, 2 for 8; A. Ellis, OforG; M. O'Brien, 0 for 3; W. Plum, 1 for 0. Springburst. J. Pearco, b McCailum ,. ., 20 E. Kerr, b F. Grantham .. ..62 A. Kerr, b Bell .. ., .. 17 11. Rosengren, b F. Grantham .. 14 A. Tonkin, o it. Yates, b Bell .. .. 3 A. Ellin, tun out .. .. "..'6 W. I'luin, b F. Grantham .. .. 0 G. Pearce, not out .. .. .. A. Plum, run out .. .. .. 0 D. Cunneen, not out.. .. .. 2 Sundries, .. ....
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
RIFLE SHOOTINQ. A meeting of tbe executive com mittee of the. Wungaratta District llilie Clubs' Union was hold at the Bull's Hem] hotel, Wangaratta, on Tuesday. Captain Pearce presided, and there was a good attendance Secretary (Mr K. Bray) roporti-il tlmt Government grant of £1~>0 os towards prizo money had been received. It was agreed that the priz." money for the Easter matches bo £300, being £18 in excess of 11)13. The money was ullotteil as follows :-Nursery match, £12 ; junior series, £1)8 ; open series, £80 ; al.-o all comers' series of £80 (this series beim; an innovation, in cluded at the request of the Metro politan R C. Union); service ina'ches, £(30. Nursery matches have been arranged open only to those who have not won 10s prize, and at 200 yards the number of shots has been in creased from 7 'o 10 The 700yds series have been omitted. Cup'din Pearce was appointed range officer ; Lieut. Pearce, trench officer; and Mr A. II. Wohlfrs pool officer at the Kaster matches. ...
ROTATION CROPS. INSTRUCTIVE EXPERIMENTS. PROFITABLE FARMING METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
ROTATION CROPS. INSTRUCTIVE EXPERIMENTS. PliOI'ITADLK FARMING METHODS. With a view to securing data as to the yiolds obtained from wboab when sown after various foragu crops, as compared with wheat sown after ban: fallow, a series of experiments was commenced at the liutherglon Ex periment farm two years ngo, and the second year's results have now count to hand. Plots of rape, rya and vetches, peas, barley, and berseem were sown in autumn, 1912, and fed down with i sheep duriug the winter and early I spring. The plots wero then worked up, and sown in 1913 with Federation J wheat, caro being taken to give each plot exactly similar treatment with respect to allowances of soed and manure. In order to arrive at an estiuwto of the value of tho forag. crops fed off, sheep wero weighed on and off the plots, and the increase of live weight during tbo period of grazing on tho plots determined Details of thu results obtained were as follow : Plot No. J, Rape 1012, Wheat 101.1 -Increase in liv...
Items of Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
Stems of WcwBc, Mr Jones, tho newly appointed head teacher of tho Chiltern state school, entered on his new duties on Tuesday. . The many friends of Mv 3. \Silson, the popular manager of Messrs Burgoyne and Co. at Mt 0[)hir, will be pleased to hear that he is now on the high road to recovery after his recent se\ere indisposition. Mr "Wilson underwent a very painful operation in Melbourne. At the A.N.A. luncheon at the Exhibi tion buildings, Melbourne, on Monday, His Excellency, the Governor-Gen'r.il, Lord Dennian, caused some surp'^se and regret by announcing that lie had resigned his ollicc. His Excellency said he regretted leaving Australia and that the step had been taken owing to ill-health. Whilst crossing Conness street on Friday evening, Mr E. U. Hodgson, manager of the Chiltern branch of the Bank of Australasia, had the misfortune to break his left arm just below the elbow, lie was about to slou on to tlic footpath wjnm he either tripped on the korbing or slipped on a banana...
The Fedenal Standard. ESTABLISHED 1859 With which are incorporated THE OVENS CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZETTE. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
ESTABLISHED 1S59 With whloh aro Incorporated THE OVENS OONHTIXURION and MURRAY GAZETTE. PUBLISHED EVKBY FBIDAY MORNING FRIDAY, J ANUARY JO, l'Jl t Tiln old saying " The law is an ass" litis been justified by various cases which haro boeu before the courts recently in the different States. If an offence is committed in Victoria and the culprit travels to New South Wales and there gets into the hands of the police the money that is found on bin), no matter who tho rightful owner may l)i', it is used for paying coats, fines, etc. The idea of Federaton was to briug the States together and to have the various departments working in unity with each other. Muwever, in tho Policu department nothing of the kind exists. No matter in which StaLe a person is arrested that Stato has first say ou tho money which he possesses and it is of 110 concern from what source it had been obtained. A case recently heard at. tho Corowa police court gives some idea of the absurdity of the procedure. Ou Koiv Y...
MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
MlNIfsG MEMS. A meeting of shareholders of the Cbiltern Valley Gold Mining Co, No Liability (Cbiltern), was held at the secretary's otlice, Oullins Btreot, Mel bourne, on Wednesday. Mr K N Rothwoll presided, and a largo ma jority of shareholders was represented. It was resolved that the capital of the company should be increased by ex tending the number of shares from 22,000 to 30,000, and that of the 8000 now shares 5f>00 bo issued forth with, at us pur share payable on application, and /is per share in one month, when scrip will bo issuod as paid up to £1 por share, and 2500 shares bo reserved for future issue if necessary. A brief statement by Mr N. Buley is given in anothor column of tin mining at Glen Wills. It is the more interesting on account of a Chilternite, iu the peraou of Mr C. D. Martin, be iug concerned in tho development of the iield The syndicate of which he is a member havo recently erected a battery near the mino and Mr Martin is at present giving the Btampers ...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
SLOBE BKAfrOh'S FOR PISH, ( 'Black Fish-From 1st September to loth December in each year (both dates inclusive) Crnyfiab-The whole year for all leai than 9 inches in lunuth, and for Female Crayfiah from the 1st Juse to the 30th November (both dates Inclusive in oach year English Hoach-From 10th September to 15th November. English Trout-From the let May to the 31st August iu each year (both "date* ' i lusive) Gippaland Perch-Frum let August to the 30th November in each year (both dates inclusive) Murray Bream, Murray Perch, Murray Ood-From tho lat October to tho 30th November in each year (both dates in oluaivo MINIMUM WEIUI1TS Or J'ISU. Blackball, 4ozs ; Murray Coo, J Albs ; Murray Porch, Sozs ; Perch, Ooza ; Bream 5ozs; Silver Bream, oozs
CLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Close season for Game, etc. The whole year [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
CLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. UIOBO ncanoti for Uamo Tlio whole year All Australian Fauna, with the excep tion of Snakes, in tho National Parka nud I'ublic Gardens ; Acanthizte or Tita ; Babblers, Bee-eaters, Bitterns, Black Ji-ckatoos, Black Swans, Black-tailed or Rouk-Pebbler Parrots, Bronxo-winged iiul other Wild' Pigeons, Bustard or Wild Turkey, Californian Quail, Cater (>illnrj catchers, Ephthianuraa or Chats, FaiitaiU, Conch-whip Bird, Crnnea-ill hirda known an CruneH, auch aa E^reta, Herons (except the Native Companion ot Australian Crane), Cuckoos, Cuckoo ->&lt;iiV.tTB, Deer, Coves ~.(Java Turtle), Duvea (Wild), L'mU", F y catchors, iiiuutj] or Podaruus and Mopokes, Urauculua Family (all members of), Ibis, Kangarooa (black-faced or Malleo (Macro pua Melannpa), Kangaroos (largo ffrey, AJwcropua Giganteue), Kangaroos (Jarg red, 'Mncropus Kufue), Kingfishers-all kinds, iucludiiisr the Great Kini; tiaher or Laughing Jackass, Larks (in cluding Cincloramphua and Pipita),...
WANGAHATTA V BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 January 1914
WANGAHATTA V iJKECllWORTII. Mond'iy lust being a public holiday the Beechworth bowling club took advantage of the opportunity to visit Wangaratta, when they engaged the local bowlers in two matches. In both the visitors were successful, winning the match played in the morning by 30 points, and the after noun's contest by 37 points The scori-s were : - Morning's match - Ueecbworth, 70; Wangaratta, 40. Afternoon's m;itch- Beechworth, 101 ; Wnngarfttta, 68.