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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914

BACKACHE KIDNEY TROUBLES HE MOV ED BY DR MOUSE S INDIAN ROOT 1'ILLS Mrs Mary Jolly, of i) Moyle street. Rallarat, Vic., writes :-" A lady friend recommended my trying Dr Morse's Indian Root Rills for Kidney troub'es, Bouio months ai;o. I have since tried your remedy and found that the [Jain I previously sullered in tilu small of my hick has been entirely removed, and I can nay they are a useful medicine for that c.'inplainf. You em imn this testi mony if BO desired, with my full per mission." TiIROA h AfFKCTlONN AND JiOAUKEN R8H. All suffering from irritation of tlio throat ami hoarseness will be agreeably surpristd at the almost iinnudiato relief afforded l y tho uso of 'Brown's Kronchial Trochcs.' These famous ' lozenyes' aro now Hold by roost respectable chemists in this country. Peoplo troubled with a ' hack ing cou^H,. a * alight cold,' or bron, cbial affections cannot trj them too soon na eimilar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic affec...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914

MINING MEMS. Following the Into accident at the Chiltern Valley initio there has been no development work during the past week, but matters have boon so far set right llmt it is expected that wash extraction will forthwith lake place liy the extension of lending drives both east und west, Messrs Mills and Massey put through a small crushing At thu Uovern ment battery from the Prince Alfred line of reef for a return of Gdwta to load. According to the estimate formed by Mr U. II. Lirooinp, general manat>er of the State con 1 mine, about 21,000,000 tons of coal remain at Wonthiigui for extraction The balance sheet for the (iiini3 for the last (inaucial year showed that the value of the 18(5,"238 tons pro duced was .£211, l-'.'i, or Ss 8d per ton at the pit's mouth. A yross prulit of £1 1,1(3.'S waH realised for the year compared with contract pricfti for'Now cr^Htlo coal-u£«ur paying working ok puuauH mid interest ehwrift-H Tbia was an increase of iJ31,Gl'8 over the profit for the p...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DO NOT TRUST TO LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914

DO NOT TRUST TO LUCK. The young man who trusts to doing good work and plenty of it, rather than to luck, Is the one for whom success Is waiting. It Is worth while to take special care to keep out of debt. Make it a rule to spend nothing up til you have earned it. Let intelligent economy take the place of irrational expectation anfi haphazard schemes. Shun gambling in every form. There are as many forms of gam bling as there are different grades and species of simpletons ready to illus trate the truth of the old adage as to the transient, relation between them and their money. The life beautiful is the life we ail would like to lead, weaving (lie fabric of It nccoi illne !<> om- <>«?" ;.n rl IcrU:ir measure oC the tilings thai -constitute beauty. The life beautiful^/s incom patible with cheese-paring, with petty menaces-the stinting of other people; wherefore the man who desires to live beautifully must so measure hii resources as to leave a margin fol lib...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914

MELUOUKN'K MATCHES. Tlin Association - Semi-finals North Melbourne 13 goals 11 behinda bent Essendon 8 goaU 10 behinds. lAiotsuray 13 f^oals 12 behinds, bout Williamstown f) goals G bohinds.

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHERE HAT STRAW COMES FROM [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914

.WHERE HAT STRAW COMES FRO V In I inly, to r;iis<; straw employed b making iia 1 s ihe wheal is sown a '.hickl.v as possible, in order Ilia! tin growth of the [ilant may be impovei ished, as well as to produce a Ulii stalk having toward the end from tin fast knot the lightest and longes' ?straw. v The wheal blooms at tlio beginning if June, and is pulled up by tin; root? by hand when the grain is lialf-d'' veloped. If allowed to remain in tJi. ground a longer time the straw would become brittle. About five dozen'uprooted branches the size of the compass of two hands are firmly tied together into little sheaves and stowed away in barns Then the straw is again spread oir to catch the heavy summer dews and to bleach in the sun. Alter additional bleaching the straw is put into small bundles and classified Finally it is cut close above the firsi joint from the lop and again tied up in small bundles containing about six ty stalks each and delivered to women in alnuoi every priv...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SMALL MISHAPS THAT SINK BIG SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914

SMALL MISHAPS I HAT SINK BIO SHIPS. The foundering of the Kaiser Wil helm II.. iu Bremen Harbor, serves to show liow easily vulnerable are these modern marine monsters, given pre cisely the right conditions. The Kai ser Wilhelm could not have been sunk In open ocean by any storm no matter how fierce, and she was fireproof and practically unsinkablo by collision. Yet so slender is her beam, in tile interests of the speed she is built for, that a comparatively small weight of coal placed a little too much to one side caused her to capsize. A very similar accident, It will be remembered, happened to the Orient liner Orotava at Tilbury some few years back. And in 1S09, again, the line new steamship Utica was sunk in New York Harbor owing to a single ton. of coal being shot by mistake Into the wronk bunker. Through a small valve being acci dpntly left open the Iron Duke was once filled with water, £lo0,000 worth of damage being done. A steel spar failing from alofi pierced through and th...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OVENS & MURRAY ASSOCIATION. COROWA V LAKE ROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914

OVENS ,t MURRAY ASSOCIATION. COUOWA V LAKE KOVKltH. Tho first semi-final in conned ion with tht? Ovens and Murray Associa tion was played nt Rutherglen on Saturday between the above clubs. (Jorowa wera lliu victors, scorint; 9 goals 7 beliinds to 7 (joals 9 bebinds.

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. Doig and Vallender. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914

CUMMbRCIAL. Doiff and Vallendcr. At the Star hotel. Kutherglen, on Monday, August 21, Messrs Doig unci Vallender will submit at miction ll.'i acrcs freehold land, situate at Brown'* Plains, and known as 1!. Massey's. The bloek is part of the old Olive Hills Estate and is a nicely-situated property. S. Younkman & Co. . An important sale of town properties at Chiltern is announced to he held by Messrs S. Younliinan and Co. on Wed nesday, August '20, when they will offer six allotments in the estate of the late Andrew Kilgour. These comprise 'J 12 acres freehold laud, brick residence and several building blocks. Particulars are given elsewhere. WODONOA MARKET. Younghusband, Row & Co. Vounglmsband, How and Co., Pty., Ltd.. report holding their usual fortnightly market of fat and store stock at their Wodonga yards on Tuesday, when they offered (500 fat and store cattle. I'aL Cattle:-The supply of fat eatt e forward for the sale was a light one, and was lu.uic up principal...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914

H IB You Want a 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. YEGS. has no superior as a Cream Separator and nt the prices quoted (prices previously unknown) it 6 £]»<> Best Value Ever Offered in Australia. Don't Believe our statements but verity by testing the machine yourself. Call, we'll be delighted to demonstrate the working of the VEGA. Large stocks 011 hand. A. Gilmour, CHILTERN & BARNAWARTHA. Commoinvealtb of Eustralia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY Thl> RiiiV ii ontn for .11 clum of GENERAL DANKINQ BUSINESS »t EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE . Also it Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Urinhane, Ko.-khtmptou, Tomitville, and l,omloru OaMeremitc.in«e« made Co. and tlrefM drawn 0:1 foreign plaeup direct. Foreign bflii negotiated and oollectv.l. letters of credit »*siiei to any part of the world. M\\i m>;;oiiated or forwarded for coi/rction. Iluikini...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FATAL MINING ACCIDENT AT CHILTERN VALLEY. MAGISTERIAL INQUIKY. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914

FATAL MINING ACCIDENT AT CHILTERN VALLEY. MAGISTERIAL INQUIKY. Tho ndjourned inquiry, touching thu death of Mr Bonjauiiu Lappin, which occurred the previous Wednesday, was held at tho Court hnusp, Chil'em, on Friday, beforo Mr W. H. Browse, .l.l'., and a jury of Mix (Messrs T. Wain foremau, R. H. Boucher, H. O.Cannon, M. Goldsworthy, J. Kea' ai.d G. Stubbs.) MrJohu Cock appeared to watch ih . case on behalf of tho company, and Mr D. C. MuKeuzie, inspector, represented tho Mines department. Thu following evidence was ad duced : William McCrao deposed : I am h miner residing at Chilteru Valley, and assisted to recover thu body ; was on nfieriioon shift at the Chiltern Val ley No. 3 mino on August ,r> ; lieard that deceased was in (he shoot at the No. 3 level and I helped to Cud tho body ; we removed the debris and aftor working for about seven hours wo discovered ilie body at the b .ttom of tho shoot; lie was covered with timber and wc had to cut some laths away to extri cato him. ...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Federal Standard, ESTABLISHED 1859 With which are Incorporated THE OVENS CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZETTE. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914

ESTABLISHED 185!) With which are Incorporated TUB OVENS CONSTITUTION and M.UJIRA.Y GAZETTE. PUBLIHHHD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FIUUAY, AUGUST 11, 1U1 i. Mr J. M. Henderson, sun of Mrs A. Henderson, Barnawartha, has been successful in passing liis third year for the degree of Bachelor of Medi cine, Melbourne University. Mr Hen derson was educated i>.t tin: Albury Grammar School where lie matricula ted some years ago, after gaining the dux prize, and the gold - medal f°r champion all-round athlete for the year. His many friends will be pleased to hear of his latest achieve merit at the University and hopo to have the pleasure, in the near future, of congratulating him on attaining the goal of hii ambition-the degree of Bachelor of Medicine*. Whilst playing in the Chiltern Springhurst foo* brill match, at Chil tern, on Saturday, Ted Scott, one of the Chiltern players, received a kick in the groin. He was removed to Dr Harkin's surgery, whore his injuries wero attended to Ho is now rapid...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRACTICAL PRESCRIPTION AGAINST STOMACH ACIDITY. BY A SPECIALIST. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914

PRACTICAL PRESCRIPTION AQAINST STOMACH ACIDITY. BY A SPECIALIST. "Nine-tenths of /ill easoa of stomach trouble nowaday?," Fays a leading soecia list aro caused by too much acid. In the beginning tho stomach iteolf is not diseased, but if this acid ccnditiou is allowed to continue, the acid is very likely to eat into tho stomach walls and produce ntoraacb ulcer or cancer, cither of which may render a radical surgical operation necessary, eren to prolong life. Therefore an * acid stomach' is really a dangerous condition and should be treated seriously. It is utterly useless to take pepsin and ordinary 6tomach tablets. ITho uxce^ acid must bo neutralised hy thn adniinirtratinn of an' efficient antacid. For this purpose physicians nearly always r»*comiiii»nd taking hall a teaspoonful of bifurutod magnesia in a little water after »»neh meal. Largnr quantities may bo used if nrcefsary, as it is absolutely harmless. JJut be sure to got tho bisuratrd mafinpsia, as other forms of mapnepia h ...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914

Bereavement Card. "1/1"IIS B. LAI'PIN, MRS M. LAl'I'IX 1VJL nnd FAMILY desire to express thanks to their ninny frieuda for kind sympathy, letters, telegrams, cnrds nnd lloral tributes received during their snd bereavement.

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] OLD. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914

V'J'tlt ULU. A woman begins to gnnr old at any *ge that she herself wills It. It is a matter so en-tirely within her own control that she has only lier . self to thank If she ever becomes more than middle-aged. Days, months and years have an tin comfortable habit of slipping by, but woman need not necessarily be » slave of the calendar. A good, hearty laugh Is worth two dozen visits to the beauty shoj. The ability to see fun and enjoy the humorous side of life is the best sort of facial massage, and face-steamins cannot begin to compare with it for eradicating those tell-tale lines that keep tally on the passing hours. All these cosmetics and ointments . are within the reach of any woman. . They are very powerful in their ef fects, but to he thoroughly satisfac tory must be used hand in hand with tact and taste in dressing. A woman grows old very fast when she does not understand her possi bilities in garbing. Dame Fashion is decidedly on the side of the woman who will. Once, ind no...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"AH SIN" IN A NEW LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914

"AH SIN" IN A NEW LIGHT. The Chinaman may lie artful, but If the following story is to be accepted as fact, he is not always so selfish as he is invariably represented to lie The incident occurred just after thr San Francisco disaster. "Loi Chen," says a lady, "has lived with us for six years. The only va cation he has had in all that tim* was when he left us to become a n'issionary. He was absent sever, wi!(>Us. Afterwards, all we could ge' out of htm about his experience was 'Loi" lather b° cook lan Clistian.' "But Loi showed that he could Vv . n pretty sood Christian too. Thrpi days after the earthquake .we fotim ourselves with a roof over our head* 1'iit very little money in our pursep Our business was gone, there was n; " way to set funds from the bank, an the :,ho|is refused credit. "'Loi,' said I, 'vou must lie ver: - careful with the provisions. We ban to pay cash for everything now. an'' we have only.six dollars. This troubl. may last for" a long time-it may be -months b...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GIRL STEEPLEJACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914

GIRL STEEPLEJACKS. The recent exploit or Miss "nisi* Ileitis in ascending the lofty syirc « All Saints' Church, Hereford .(Kn; land). altliSugh a plucky enough pre deeding,'.'lacked the saving inccnliv of self-sacrince, which rendered hero;, a similar ascent at Repton some year back. In this case, as at Hereford, the fr>n was performed by a young girl not j out of her teens. Her father, a profos sional steeplejack, had climbed tli' spire ol the parish church, which was surmounted by a ball, that in its turn supported a massive cross. It was this latter which was In neec of repairing, and to get to 11, it was necessary to climb upwards round thc hulge of the ball, a most, dangerous and nerve-trying performance at 30C' feet from the ground, as anyone can ?well imagine. Tho steeplejack, how ever, accomplished it safely, did his work, and then prepared to descend, only to find that the rope by which he had reached the foot, of the cross, and by means of which he could alone regain th...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914

GRAND FINAL For Trophy present;?*] to tho Chiltfrn nnd District Football Association by Sup porters of the various clubs. DHILTERNVTMT. OPHIR, AT CHILTKUN. LEAGUE UMI'IKE ENGAGED. Admission - GENTS, Is; LADIES, (!d. IFWlft SAfc.15. TENDERS Kotunmble mi MONDAY, 17tli insl., FOK IT HUHASK ' of ivliole of Housing and Bricks on the Golden Bar Kline. Ml I.Milt CO. PTY. LTD., .Si gUKUX'S UHIDUii, M KL1K) U UN Hi OTIC 03. For Sale by Tender. SKYKN ACIIOF J,AND TO Mi SOI.I) HY TENDEU, SIT CAT K.I) AT GOOKAMADDA mnl known as Mrs Costin's holding, near Hoxvlong liriclgc. TliNDEKS CLOSE SKI'TEMBEU 1. Tlic highest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. Terms to be had on application. Tenders to bo addressed to G. COSTJN. Cliiltern. VJ OTlCFj \a huruhy ^iven tU after -L ' tlio expiration of fourteen days from the publication hereof :ii>|>1 ii-;iti'>t 1 will be made to the Supreme Court of the State of Victoria, in its Probate Jurisdiction that Eetters of Adminis tration with the Will ...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRAND FINAL—CHILTERN V MOUNT OPNIR. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914

GRAND FINAL - CHILTERN v MOUNT OPHIR To hold or n t to hold will bo the question to I o decideil when the above teams meet in the Chiltorn park on Hat urday. The Chilterniles won the Cup lust Saturday, but as .Mt. Ophirhad the right to clnllenge the winners, and have exercised Unit privilege, it is s!ife to predict that the y uno will be a strenuous one. A. League umpire has been engaged and players and supporters can iest assured that they will get tho worth of their money. The teams will bo selected from the following players : - Chiltern - La frnnchi (eapt.), Hattield, Donchi (3), llobin, Oannon, Scott, Carter, Nevi!le, Brooker, Doolan, Whelan, Allen, Smith, Hillier, Tanner, Flegg and Thomas. Mt Ophir-CollinB (capt.), Nevin, Hutchinson, Hicka, Moflatt, Corbett, Snow, Schwnrer, Gillman, Carter, Leseberg, Ilarry, Dobbie, Sullivan, Nisli, Hawking, Robertson, Wilson, Johns and Lougmoro.

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. FINAL MATCH. CHILTERN V. SPRINGHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914

FOOTBALL. FINAL MATCH. CHILTERN v SPRINGHURST The Chiltern park was tho scene of ( action on Saturday afternoon last, when the above clubs met to play off for the premiership. More than usual interest was taken in the match for the local boys had twice previously suffered defeat at the hands ot the visitors. The crowd uf spectators was the largest seen at any local associa tion uiatch this season, over i 20 being taken at the antes. The to/ims were composed as follow Chiltern-Lv franchi (capt.), Hatfield, Donchi (o), Robin, ililli'-r, Cannon, Scott (2), Carter, Neville, Bruoker, Doolan, Whclan, Allen, Smith and C. Tanner. Springhurst-W. Plum (capt.), A and Alf. Plum, Wighton (2), Kerr, Binion, Snowden, Tonkin, J envoy, O'Brien, Seymour, Cunneen, Berry, Withers, McUullie, Pearce and Rosengren. The Chiltern captain won the toss and decided to kick towards tho lake goal. Whclan secured tho first kick but a free to W. Plum caused tho bill to be sent across tho ground. A. Plum put into g...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 14 August 1914

FOOTBALL NOTES. Saturday's final match was most interesting. For the first tiino for noHrly a quarter of a century Ohiltern were in the piny off and won. Tlio ntnbulanco brigade worn much in evidenco during the piny and pro vided the tired and weary workers with stimulants. Tho ground was splendidly prepared by the Chilteruilus and during tho progrpss of tho gauio no intruders ventured into the arena. The match was a good one and was dovoid of tho spleen which has been noticed in previous contests. ChiltRrn hive won tho cup, but the question arise.*, Will they retain it'/ That will be docidod when they meet Mt Ophir to morrow (Saturday.) The umpiring throughout was ex cellent, beini; impartial and strict. "tiingur" Plum was in excellent furm and was always near tho ball, llo was as elusive as an eel. Onu of the surprises of tho mutch wns tho splendid performance put up by Robin of Uhiltorn. Ho excelled himself. The Donohi liros were, iu thoir pliy, as brilliant us a row of Chinese l...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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