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RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 4 September 1914
JRATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in Victoria. Any aura not over £5, Cd ; over £5, but not over £10, la ; over £10 bat not over £15, 1B Gd ; over £15, but not over £20, 2 Money Orders by Telegraph. To New South Wales, QuoenBland, South. Australia, Tasmania, and Perth (Western Australia) : Charge for a mes sage in addition to above rates. Orders? payable in New Sooth Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Now Zea land, ^Tasmania, and Western Aus tralia. Not over £2, 6d ; not ovar £5, Is; not over £7, la Ud ; not over £10 2s ; not over £12, 2a (id ; not over £15, 3s ; not "over £17, 3s 0'd; not over £20, 4s. . PACKETS, ETC. Preparation for Post. "PaoketB may bo Bent through tho post without a cover (but not fastened with anything'adhesive, such as gum, postage stamp, sealing wax, etc) ; in a cover entirely open at one.eou or aide (if the cover be slit, tho opening must be of the full exteut of tho end or sido, and tho contents must be oasy of withdrawal.) tho cover may bear tho ...
Phases of the Moon 1914. August [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 4 September 1914
Phases of the Moon 1914. August Full moon-Thursday G Lust quarter-Friday 11 New moon- Friday iil Kirst quarter- Friday 28 Septomber) Full moon-Saturday 5 Last quarter-Sundny 13 New moon-Sunday 20 First quarter-Saturday 20 October Full moon-Sundny ?! Lust quarter-Monday 12 Now moon-Monday 19 First quarter-Monday 26 November Full moon-Tuesday 3 Last qunrler-Wednesday 11 New iiiorm - Wednesday IS First quarter-Tuesday 21 December Full moon-Thursday 13 Lnst qunrier-Thursday 10 Now moon-Tliursdny 17 First quarter-Thursday 21 Linseed Compound. The " Stockport eincdy" for Onujjha anil Colds. 01 &lt;10 earn' proven cfficauy
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 4 September 1914
a CLARKE'S B. 41. PILLS, A Warranted Cure for bit Acquired or A onsurnUonat Discharges Iroi Tr -lie Urinary Organs, it) citti'.c ccx. The* famous Pills also core Gravel, Pain* In the Back, and all Kidney Disorder* Freo from mercury. Forty years' success* Sold by all Chemists and Storekeepers throughout the TAK HOTEL, ISAM ^ A W A IS rJT IIA. 2 THE SPOUTING- HOUSE OK THE DISTRICT (Under New Management.) J. H. Brockelbank, Proprietor, Begs to announce U) the residents of Barnawartha and Surrounding" District that ho 1ms taken over the license of the above hotel, and trusts by strict intention to business to merit a fair share of public y patronage. Good Meals und General Accommodation. j,?,; Only the best brands of VYinrs, Hpiriia imil CJi^urH stocked. Good Stabling-Free. First-class Billiard Table. 'o IH MOM CARDS EXECUTED ill a Mipprinr sm&lt;l iij^to-date style at tlic FifDniAi-'STANiiAMj "Ollice. PROXY Form. Miniim Ast cciuon; Forma ami Final Notion Torma obtainable a1 tli...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 4 September 1914
SPORTINU. Mr Compbell, who fur many yeare acted lis judge of the Albury Racing Olub, has resigned, and Mr D'Arcy hns been appumted iu his stead. At the Sydney Siariium on Saturday night Eddie McGoorty, the world famed American light-weight boxer, defeated Les O'Donnell of Australia in the seventh round Although thu Australian proved himself on occasions to be the. Wetter boxer, he uevi-r at auy :im>> looked a likely winner. Colin Beli, the Australian heavy weigh', has left Kngland t'or America, where lit: hopes to force " Gunboat" ^iniili to light iitin In Melbourne on Saturday night, Charlie Simpson, of Victoria^ beat Frank lillis, of New /"al aid, on point3, at the end of a 'JO luund contest. The tight, was a good oil". Hector Melville, of Syduey, and Joe 1'u-isell, th" ex heavyweight champion, put up a splendid battle at Brisbane on Saturday niuht. In the seven teenth round Russell cried enough and Melville was declared the winner. Jim Paddon, of Aus'ra ia, and E. Barry, th...
How to Injure Your Town [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 4 September 1914
How to Injure Your Town llun it down to vi.sitins. (in to oilier places for your supplies. ln'ol; sorry whon a stran^'r talliH to you of buyin-: proj-erty in it. Ut'fu-t! to merit in any scheme unices you an- .' ln»-dr>u" in it. Don't iuvi>;r. Show your distrust by re fusing to lay out any money in it. ljt-L your lontfun wn;^ idly atiout your neighbor, without knowing !hn fact'). Cut those WIimu in your vanity you ;bink beneath you, and split up into classes ami cliques. lirjfns(» to advertu-o in ynur loeal paper, and to yive it your printing orders to execute. People sum up your town from its advertise ment, Kbeet, The uyou wilt etfectuilly damn your town and district.
Local Railway Service ALBURY TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 4 September 1914
Local Rflf/wn/ i>erv/cc ALBUKY TO MKLBOUKN'E. j.no express leaveB Albury-(Sunday excepted)at 8.17 a.m, leaves Wodonga 8.26 a.m, leaves BarnawRrtba 8.44 a.tu, leaves Cbiltern at 8.58 a.m, Springbuist 9.13 a.m, Wangaratta 9.38 a.m, aod arrives iu Melbourne at 1.50 p.in A train loaves Albury daily (Sun days excepted) at 2.52 p.m, leaves Wodonga at 3.0 p.oi, leaves Barna wartba at 3.28 p.m5 leaves Cliiltern at 3.15 p.id, leaves Springburst at 4.9 p.m, leaves Wanearattu at '1.37 p.w, leaves Benalla at 5-35 p.m, leaves Seymour at 8.33 p.ni and arrives at Mi;.bourne at 11.8 p.m A train leaves Melbourne daily at 0.15 a.ui, leaves Benalla at 11.25 a.m, leaves Wangaratta at 12.17 p.m, leaves^Springburst at 12.49 p.m, leavea Cliiltern 1.8 p.m, Barnawartba 1.20 p.m, WodonKa 1.45 p.m, and arrives at Albury 1.53 p.ni An express train leaves Melbourne daily (Sundays excepted) at 4 p.m, leaves Benalla at 7.4G p.m, leaves Wungarathi at S.3 1 p.m, leavea Sprii>j;lnsrsf at 8.57 p.m, leaves Cbil ...
MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 4 September 1914
MINING MEMS. The Chil'frn Valley hid a cle,ui up last week of 37,[oz-*, or an average of 1GJwts per f.ithoiu. The halfyuuly meeting cf tho Ohiltein Vallt-y Go'tl .Viines L (J was held ut 3.")^ Collins street, .Wu bourne, 011 Saturday morning. .Mr R. N. llotli well presided. The c h;> i ri nan, ill moviun i liu adoption ot tho r .ports, said that un estimate had beta re ceived from ibi: manager of llio cnrn pmy's financial r t'tjn i rei nen t s. At present tlii'ir capital was exhausted 11 nd it was proposed lo make fun her provision by raising thi; amount pay able in re.^ p>ct of each of lb- 30,000 shares in the company from 203 10 !!0^. Development work continued satisfac torily, and the wash bad pruvoJ to be highly payable. It was better than anticipated, and from what they bud seen of it would go lully an ounce per fathom, which wuuld leave a tine profit. At prisent there was a 6circity of water, and the dam-, which should bo full at this time of the year, were empty. Ureat ...
[?]CLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Close season for Game, etc. The whole year [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 4 September 1914
*OLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Close season for Gnmo, oto. Tho whola year All Australian Fauna, with the excep tion of Snakes, 111 the National Parka and Public Guidons ; Acanthizie or Tita ; tiahblern, Hoc-eaters, Bitterns, Black Cockatoos, Bck Swans, Black-tailed or Kock-Pebbler Parrots, Bronze-winged ai:d other Wild Pigeons, Bustard or Wild Turkey, California!) Quail, Cater pillarj catchers, Ephthianuras or Chats, Fantails, Coach-whip Bird, Cranes-all Australian Cuckoo shrikers, Deer, Doves (Java Turtlo), Doves (Wild), Emu?, Fy catchcrs, Frog mouth ror Podnrmis and Mopokes, Grancalns Family (all members of), Ibis, Kangaroos (binck-fiiced or Mallee (Macro pus Melanops), Kangaroos (largo grey, Mncropus Giianteus), Kangaroos (largo red,'.Macrnpun Kufua), Kingtishere-all kinds, including the Great King fipher or Laughing Jai-kass, Larks (in eluding Cinclorauiphus and Pipits), Lyro Bird, Macpio Larks (Pied Grallinn), lUnlleo Hens, Native Bears (Koalas), Nightjars, Owls, ParraktetB (swamp ...
BENALLA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 4 September 1914
BENALLA RACES The Benalla racing club held its Spring mtctin^on Wednesday. Kesults: Handicap Hurdle ttacc, two miles Pu&iilcd 1, Gillenbah 2, Pigeon Shot 3. Won easily. Time, 4min lOsee. Maiden Plate, live furlongs-Lady Trilock I. Gnarbell 2, Carryong 3. Won by a length. Time, 1 mil) » l-.j.sec. .Spring Handicap, one mile-Blackout 1, Surefire 2, Anona Won by a length. Time, lmin i(5 2-5sec.'. Second Division Handicap, «ix furlongs Bnuton 1, Our Misn. Gibbs 2, Watergate X Won by three quarters of a length. Time, lmin 18 l-5sec Third Division Handicap, five furlongs Ilytkorn 1, Corryong 2, Shinty 3. Won by a head. Time, lmin 0 2 oseca. First Division Handicap, six furlongs Argold 1, Brtfeshot 2, Irherst3. Won by one ntid u half lengths. Time, liuiu 18 2 oaccj.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 4 September 1914
I II y?3 1.1 fry e 19X4-1915. SdPOPi rt^FIOFI! teni iflfll^cti iiimii bin per the S.S. A S C A IUS. J. Bouchki: it Co. bog to inlinintr that this shipment having been purchased six mouths ago, DIRECT FROM MHUFAGTURERS, places them in a position to offer the same at their usual Bedrock Prices and on no account will there he any increase in their prices owing to disturbed state of the market caused by the declara tion of war. Trade at the Loudon House and Save the Middlemen's Profits. DIRECT SPJIPQRTERS, CKSLTERN. .SMITH'S SEEDS ARE SOLD OH HONOR! TRY THEM ! W' IliTK for iiJiaiatinna for Seed* delivered at vour nearest Railway Station below Meltimirne juios. i)i"l Impartf-d Ihvml Ks--i-x Kapr, Hunter Hiver and i>iher leading varieties of Lucerne, Porcbums,- Mitle's, Turnips. The Wonderful Now Fodder Pluut Silver Ueet, and Smith's famous strains of Field Canot and Champion Manuel. State approximately quantities r&lt; quired. Catalogues free. GEO. SMITH, SEED IMPORTER, BALLAR...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 4 September 1914
CiOLF. The Wangaratta Golf Club held its eighth annual tournament lust week. The principal event un the programme was the Men's Championship of the North-East for the shield urescnted by .Mr C. .1. Ahern, M.H.U., and which was won last year by Mr Erie Martin of Chiltern. The winner of that event was found this year in Mr S. K. McLeod 1 Hccehworth), and as he had previously won it he became the owner. Afternoon tea was provided by the men on Thurs day (Ladies' day) and oil Friday by the president and two vice-presidents, and on Saturday by the Wangaratta ladies. During the tournament Mr C. «T. Ahern, M.l\, was present and took part in the proceedings. The events resulted as under : - I ladies' Foursomes-Mrs Andrews and Mrs Farrell, 1 up, 1; Mrs Connors and Mrs Evans, 4 down, 2 ; Mrs Shaw and Mrs Sloane, -1 down,.". Mrs C. P. Mar tin and Miss L. Martens were 7 down. Ladies' Interehib Teams Champion* ship-Corowa 1, Wangaratta It 2. Chil tern also competed. "Wangaratta A finished second...
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 4 September 1914
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SEHSJ0N8. Ueochworth-Daily Bunalla-Daily Bethanga-Every Wednesday^ Chiltorn-livery 1'uosday, Thuraday and Saturday Eldorado-Every Wednesday, Kiowa-First Wed. each month Myrtloford-Every Friday. Uutherglen-Every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday Tallangatta-Every Wodnoaday Wodoiiga-Every Thursday Wanyaratta-Daily Wahgunyah-Every second Friday, Yackandandah-Every Monday.
Help in Cases of Accident. BURNS AND SCALDS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 4 September 1914
Help in Cases of Accident." BURNS AND SCALDS. Dover with cooking soda and i»y wot clothes over it, whites of OL'gs and oiivo oil, olive and linseed oil, flour and mixed chalk and whiting DROWNING, 1. Looson clothing, if any 2. Empty lungs of water by laying body on its stomach and lifting it up by the middle so tlmt the head hangs down ; jerk the body a few times 3. Pull tongue forward using hand kerchief or pin with string if noces 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 tho sides up above tho head will stimulate the action of tho lungs; let it bo dono gently but persistently 5. Apply warmth and friction to extremities. 6. By holding tho tonguo forward closing tho nostrils, and pressing the i i- t-« &lt;?" au,., entruueo to utoumuh) direct ititlutiou can b tried. Take a deep breath and breathe it freely into tho mouth of the patient, compress th...
District Telephone Stations and Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 4 September 1914
District Telephone Stations and Rates. Conversations can be carried on between Cliiltern and the undermen tioned placea by telephone, eitbor direct from subscribers' premises or fiorn tiiepost oilice,at charges named: 1'irat J Additional minutes,' 3 minutes Allans Flat Sd Gd AI bury ... -Id 3d Baruawarliia 2d 2d Beechwortli ^... 8d Gel Benalla ... Sd (jd Bethauga ... Gd 5d Bright ... la 9j Cliiltern Valley 2d 2d Corowu ... -id 3d Deveniaii ... gd Gd l^uroii ... Is 9d Eldorado ... 8tl 6d Ebde« ... Od 5c! Glenrouvin ... Gd yd Oermanton x.s.iv la 9d Howloug ... 8d Gd ... Cd 5d Jindera n.S.iv ... Gd 5d Kyabram 2» id Is 9d Ivoetonq ... if, gd Lowesdalo N.s.w la 9d Mooroopna 2a ki Is 9d Milawa ... sd Cd Melbourne 2a Id la 9d iMuhvaln ... la yj Myrtleford ... Is &lt;jj Nugambio la 10d la id North Prunticu... .(d mi Uuthoiglen ... 3d 3 a Springliurst ... 2d 2d Seymour la 10d la 4d Swaripool ... la 9d Tarrawint;eo ... Sd Gd Tai/angatta ... Sd Gd Tccuruwul N.sw la lOd ls .JJ Towoti;,'...
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 4 September 1914
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. Loiters-For every Aoz or andor 0 1 Post Cards-Stamped on Cards... 0 1 Letter Cards to I^ew South Wales, South Australia, Tasmania, Queensland, West Australia, Mow Zealand and.'Fiji 0 1 Post Cards, Reply Post Cards, Packets, Books, Newspapers, Registralion Fee, same na for plsceS within Victoria : Parcel Post-For every parcel of lib or under ... ... 0 8 Each additional lib or under (up to 111b) 0 (i Rates to the Unitod Kingdom and Foroign Countries. Letters-Forj every ioz or under 0 1 Post Cards-cach ... ... 0 1 Reply Post Cards-each ... 0 2 .Newspapers--luz. Id, each ad ditional 2oz ... ... 0 0£ Commercial Papers-2oz 3d, 4oz 3Ad, Goz 4d, Soz 4Jd, lOoz 6d, then overy 2oz to 5lbs .. 0 1J Printed Papers, other than news papers, for evory 2oz or under up to 51b ... ... ... 0 1 Patterns and samples-For overy 2oz or under up to 12oz ... 0 1 .Registration Feo ... ... 0 3 ..Acknowledgment of delivery of a registered article ... ... 0 2j Parcels Pest, wholly by ...
POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES RATES FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 4 September 1914
POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES KATES FOK PLANKS I>' VICTORIA. a Letters-Half oonce or under ... 0 ,, For every ounce ... 0 UrgoDt Letters-For each Lotter iu addition to ordinary postage 0 bate fee ... ... .. 0 Packets-Conunerclal and printed papers, maximum weight filbs, dimoneions not to exceed 2ft in length, 1ft iu depth or width, for evocy 2oz, or fraction thereof ... ... ... 0 I *, tteros and samples, packets of merchandise, etc., maximum weight lib ; dimension not to exceed 2ft iu length, one foot in .depth or width ; rate of post age for evory 2oz or fraction thereof ... ... ... 0 books-For every 4oz or Trader --rqr uHiloB1.7T*T'? O Newspapers-For each nowspaper 0 Newspapers A magazines and publications not published in the Commonwealth, 2uz ... 0 Post Cards-each ... ... 0 Reply Post Cards-each ... 0 Letter Cards-2 for ... -. 0 Registration feo ... ... 0 Parcel lib or under ... ... 0 Parcel, each extra lb or undor ... 0 d 1 2 6 1 1 1 l 0* 04 l 2 2 3 e 3
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 4 September 1914
POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notes may be obtained at any Post Oltico in Victoria Hours of pay meat 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The following are the denominations of the notea, and the poundayo, or the price charged for them:-Is, Ad ; 1b Gd, id ; 2s, Id ; 2a Gd, Id; 3a, Id I 3a Gd, Id"; -Is, Id; 4a Gd, Id; 5a, lid; 7a Gd, L'd ; 10a, 3d; 10B 6d, 3d ; "15a, 3d ; 20a 3d,.' JIONEY ORDERS. United Kingdom, and othorl" British Possessions and Foreign Countries, Gd forjeach £1 or fraction of £1,
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 4 September 1914
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. Town and suburban, within prescribed limits, or withiu fifteen miles from the aeuding station, including addresa and signature, not exceeding 16, words, Cd ; ..each additional word Id. * town ivud auburbiia, including nddrcitB and 'signoturo, not exceeding 1G words, 9fi; ouch additional word Id. Interatato.-From »ny ono State to anothor, including address mid signature, and not exceeding 10 worda Is ; each ad ditional word Id. On telegraniB ta and from Tasmania the charges lire those mentioned ahuro, with cable charges added, which at tho present timo is Ad per word. Doublo the foregoing rates to ho charged fer the transmission of telegrams on Sun day, Christmas Day, nnd Good Friday "and for " Urgent" telegrams, Tho foregoing rates uru,''axclaaire portorage charges
CHILTERN SHIRE COUNCIL ELECTION. DECLARATION OF POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 4 September 1914
CHILTERN SHIRE COUNCIL ELECTION. DKCLARATION* OF POLL. Tin! poll for tint election of one councillor for Mm Cliilturn Hiding nf iIn' Chiltern Shire Council was declared on Thursday, Auqust 1IT, as reported ill last, week's .Sl'AN'DAItD. Cr B1 ick, in returning thanks for his tiled ion, said he. could not tind words to express liis gratification nt the result. He Inn! lodged liis nomi nation paper and had no idea that lie was s°'n" ,0 have the opposition. He thought his time, was up, but he had douo his best for I lie shire He did not want to put meters on us lie did not want to burden tlui people. He had done his best to protect the people and would always do so If anyone snid he bail not it was an in fernal lie All his dealings were strai^litforwimd and honorable. He ajain thanked the ratepayers for rrturniug him with such u majority. (Cheers.) Cr Jirnun thanked the ra'ppayer-; of the Indigo Ridiuq for uler-tiaj; him unopposed us 011? uf th"ir represent.a lives. lie had always ende...