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BEECH WORTH PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 8 May 1914
, BEECH WORTH £ftOOBESS j ASSOCIATION. , The monthly meeting, ot the Beech WO. tli Progress Association was held in the Town Hall committee room on Monaay, May. 4. Present: Mr J Armstrong (president) and Messrs W'" H. Koastl H Vandenberg-, A A' lulling, Dr. Hollow, M S Colder. J. Warner, T. D Taylor, G Collier and Tiios. I'\ El Porritt, secretary Apologies wore roociv.-d from Mr A Kclley, P.M., T Connolly and J Ingram. The minutes of tfie previous meet ing weie read and confirmed. CORRESl'OXDENCE. From the Hon. A; A Billson, fl.I-.A_, announcing that more land had been thrown open at Hurdle Flat.-Received, TUB STANLEY LAND/ Q lie President said he had attended the Stuiiley Show which Was a credit to all connected with it; The ex hit)its would compare with any in'' . the State. Mr Liddiard1 pi' the "Aus tralasian,'' was also there >and - he was vory much impressed. They took , him around the Hospital for Insane' grounds :flr'st.ari«( he Vas lillj Bolut'ly thunderstruck with' tfit;...
BEECHWORTH TECHNICAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 8 May 1914
BEECHWORTH TECHNICAL SCHOOL. A meeting of the council ol tho Beechworth Technical School .was held on Saturday evening, when there were , present the President (Mr A. M Zwar), and Messrs. B. "W. Armi t&ge, G. Hardy, A- J. Edwards* C. F. Mudie, C. A. Wendt, G. Collier, E. W. Wortley and W. Troutbcck (re gistrar^. (The *minutes of the previous meet inc; were read and confirmed. Uorresjxmdenco was read from the Education Department, stating, yiat action was oeiug taken in rogaril to the request ot the council tor an ad ditional teacher; also forwarding voucher for signature and return for repairs effected. Tho registrar repotted that the equipment for -the electricity, class was very, limited. The ©oat '..f re quirements would bo between £20 .and £25. They, had 15 students in this class, - ana" to do the subject thoroughly the equipment was -oso-. lutely, neoossaiy. He recommended that this be obtained, and tnought the 'Education Department would bear two-thirds bt the cost. He...
A MUNICIPAL MYSTERY. (To the Editor), [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 8 May 1914
A MUNICIPAL MYSTERY. J (To the Editor), Sir,-Ono sometimes hears funny | things, in tho street. One day this , week ' X overheard a conversation . which struck mo as being rather j good' and worth repeating. Tiio j borough roadsmen had Just finished picking up and re-metalling and gravelling ft small patch in Ford ! street opposite one of' our Bank | buildings. Ono verandah post sup- j porter, pointing to the job, asked a companion " What's this for? '. Tho companion, wiio was a sarcastic , looking chap, replied, " Don't you know ! why, that has been done . by order of the borough members or j our Council .to make that particular . bit of Fbrd street smooth and even so tnat tho drays and batchers' curts passing' over it between the hours ot 7 and 11 in the morning will not diBtuib tho iwacefuLslumbers of His. Majesty the manager of that par- | ticular Bank 1 '* " What rot,'" said ' j the other. But the man who knew j | insisted that he had tliis information ; on the best authority a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 8 May 1914
A CARD RS ANDERSON, Ladies' . -Nir-nsK, " Rock View " villa, Last "Street, Bcc'chworth. CHRIST CHURCH, BEECHWORTH. SUNDAY, MAT-10. ' 8 a.m Holy Communion 11 a.m. Matins and Holy Communion 3 p.m. Children's Service 4 p'.m .Holy Baptism 7 p.m Choral Evensong and Sor mon. . .. Preachor at all Services: The VEBY REV. DEAN STEPHEN, D.D., Bishop Elect ot Tasmania. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH BEECHWORTH. SABBATH, MAY 10. P EV. a. £. MAgEbOD wfll oooAaet L V aervicea in the. abov* Ohurefc M Tollowa i Morning, 11 a.m. . Evening, 7 p.m. SEND YOUR SKINS TO E. LYON & CO. 16 Trenerry Street. ABB0T3F0RD '.MELBOURNE. CASH BUYERS or WOOL, HIDES. SHEER RABBIT and all kinds of FURRED SKINS, HORSE HAIR. BEES' .WAX, TALLOW, &c" 4c. Highest Prices. Prompt Returns. Good Weights, ..Write for Prico-List. a. Q ALE (No. 8981) of CROWN O LANDS, in Pee Simple', at tho COURT HOUSE, BEECHWORTH, on FRIDAY, tho FIFTEENTH day of MAY, 1914, at Ten o'clock a m . TOWN LOTS. BEECHWORTH-Upset £11, sur voy £2 5s....
MEASURE, FOR MEASURE. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 8 May 1914
MEASURE, FOE MEASURE. There is a peculiar extreme or meanness in giving short weight to customers (says "'The Herald"). It arouses the contempt of all who have even the vaguest perception of the obligations of honour. The offence is made worse by its being in the ma jority o[ cases perpetrated against children, who are sent, to do the ne cessary errands of the household. One would suppose'that a tradesman's respect for . the . reputation of his trade and of himself would be suffi cient to save him from even the con templation Qf an', apt that involves a grace breach of the' most pri: m'ary morals.,' Judging, by "what was said at ; the- 'meeting of the' North ern and Eastern Suburbs' Weights and Measures Union, the dishonest practice seems to be increasing, and to be regarded by certain shopkeep ers as a fair device in the scramble of life and the .struggle for existence. Steps should be'taken to correcttnis obliquity of moral vision; and it is to bo honed that" the Government will p...
BEECHWORTH FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 8 May 1914
BEECHWORTH FOOTBALL CLUB. - A meeting ot the-committee of tho ahovs club was held at Mcintosh's Commercial Hotel on Tuesday even ing, there being present the. presi dent (Mr. W. Coujrhlan) and Messrs. W. J. Andrews,: K. C. Mcintosh, F. Snow, A. Sr.cw, E. Rogers> C. Smith, H. Walker, Geo. Collier, "W. March bank and the hon. secretary (Mr. H. Nicholls)/ Tho President on "taking- the chair congratulated the committee on their election, and expressed the hope tnat they would have a successful season.' Correspondence was read from the Ovens and King Association, which had already been dealt with, and also from Mr. J. Wayland, resigning as a member of the committee. On the motion ? of Mr.' F. Snow, seconded by Mr. Collier^ .Mr. Way land's resignation was Jleld over, pending an interview with that gen tleman. Mr. C. Smith and the secretary were appointed collectors for the sea son. The appointment of a selection comlnittee led to a long discussion. A motion was submitted by Mr. Walker,...
CARDS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 8 May 1914
CAKIJS TUlUtNAMJbiNT. The . following is the draw 1st, Una' ' ' and Unit June.' ' July. . 'Oddfellows v.' Druids. 17 4. R2Chal)'te3 v. Hibernians lb 4. Fire Brigade'v. Foresters. 14 '. b. Diuids v. Fire Brigade 23 . fc. Hibernians v. Oddfellows, 21 10. Foresters v. Kechabites.' 2is J.5. Oddfellows v. llechabites. 30 1C". Foresters v Diuids ' 29 lb Fire Brigade v. Hibernains. 2V August. 22. Druids v. Hibernians. 3 24. Oddfellows v. ?Iwcstrs. 4 25. Rechal)ite3 v. lire Brigade fa 29. Oddfellows v. Fire Bngaflo 15s 30. Foresters v". 1-libeniians 10 July, 2. B.echajb.tes v. Druids lis 9. Combined Coitec Social. 20, All 'matches are' to start not later tfiari 6.3d,' unci % be piayca within a week or .the Mates specified. 'invcLvc 'players aside;.'to be the maximum ; eight the 'minimum. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 8 May 1914
CURED ol RHEUMATISM BY THE CONSISTENT USE OF CLEMENTS TONIC Mr. FRED. DIAMOND, J.P., of Wo. 6 Jtosedale Street, Petersham, whose declaration is here published. Is one of the oldest and best*known press agents of N.S.W. He suffered from Rheumatism, and tried all manner of means to set bad: his health. All £hese failed until he tried this blood purifying mcdicine. How Ions it took to rid hissystemo! thepoisonswhich caused his agonising pain and tor ment is best told in hit own words: To CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., '' Frtn May to tit aid of October, 1912, I aiffered agsiies witk icstc MUSCULAR RHEUMATISM. AiUei, iaui, u J ibonlcier joiata vara iwolien aid painful, with excraciating paint in ny jack. I waa in ? wretched and bclplcti conditiel, ctnld icarcely aland, I completely lost appetite aid aleep at eight, I had the b«it aedieal advice, Tcrkiik ud hot lalt-water hatha ant of camber, aid was naa ugid three times a week, hit all ta 01 purple. -1 despaired of iTir haing «jl tgia?, ud, e> ...
Beechworth Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 May 1914
Beechworth Directory. ? . -S- . ? rv ' F°d3ral Electorate: Indi Rh^resent&tive, Mr Coraeliui Joseph Ahem. . _ Stsite Electorate: Ovens Representative/ Hon. A. A. Riillaon ; returning officer, F. H. Mackay; deputy, Clifford H vv ebb ; electoral registrar, H. R. McDonald Municipality of Beechworth : President, Cr_L. V. Diffey, Councillors: J.Lowe, Vandeuberg.Y. Wooing J. Ferguson, T. G. Ferguson, H. J. Jams, B O .Neill W. H R Phillips, J. Warner, J. Hodge, G. Wilson; shire engineer and valuer, R. W. Travis ; shire secretary, J W? Morton-; health officer, Dr. Skinner; # inspector, *5. RirtlpH The Council meets on first Friday m each month !at 11 a.m. at the Council Chambers. . , Police Magistrate, Warden and Coroner, Alfred Aldridg Kellev " Clerk of Courts and Receiver and Paymaster, H. R McDonald ; Justices of the Peace, J. Ingram, J, Fletcher W J. Bowen, J. Armstrong, H. Vandenberg, D, Skinner, A. A. Billson, T. G. Ferguson. Governor of Gaol, H. C. Finms; Senior Warder, G. Ta...
LIBERAL WORKERS. A NEw Fighting Arm. Progressive Liberal Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 May 1914
5 , LIBERAL WORKERS. A Now, Fjg-hting 'Aim. ? Progressive Liberal Institute. The more efficient organisation of .Liberals in politics is a problem that merits ever increasing attention. The formation pf a Liberal Workers' Insti ! tute in Melbourne has therefore j aroused the keenest interest through out the whole of Australia. It has long been recognised that unless something were done to stem ttie pre sent lamentable drift of workers to the Labour' Party, nothing could pre vent I liberalism being degraded into a class organisation. AVith its proud j boast of standing for all the people, it must not only legislate for all I classes, but represent all. Behind ?the Liberal party in Australia has 1 ever been a large vote of the more intelligent workers; but hitherto it has been to a large extent a silent one. By the formation of an insti tute for workers only, the Liberal ?working-man has nofr a certitude or receiving that recognition which is i needful if the Liberal party is to re .m...
CON[?]ENSATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 May 1914
CONEENSATIOtfS. The Country Party in the L-gris lritivo: Assembly should insist upon a differential railway rate on the car riage of seed wneat. as the freight at present is comparatively high and interferes with the demand "for secd wheat from the bookie Agricultural College. In New Souih \yales there is ,1 differential rate on seed wheat. At Myrtleford market last week Mr J. It. Newey, of Biechworth, paid £1 5s (id each for sheep entered by Mr J. Morrison. Startling reports were circulated throughout the tqwn on Saturday repoi t's the Myrtleford " ifail,'' re garding the fate of some of the dis trict dredges^ caused no doubt by the presence of a number of officials who are at work boring and survey ing the Jeases under instructions from , Hon. J. DrysdaJ.e Brown, Minister for Mines, in his scheme to quietly strangle tlie industry. Surely* tho Premier 'will allow PaiHiaijiont. to have a say befol>e the Minister presses the Cabinet again into a very unenviable position. For-Bi on...
500 LADS FOR THE FAEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 May 1914
500 LADS FOR THE FAEMS. By the s.s. Indrapura, winch is expected to reach Melbourne on 'the 27th May, another party of'500 lads who will bo available for work on farms or stations or in other suit able country employment., are coming to Victoria, from Great Britain, and farmers desirous of obtaining their services are requested to make early application to the Immigration and Labour Bureau, 555 Flinders street, Melbourne. Over 400 of these lads arrived during the month of April and their services wore quickly availed of by farmers, many of whom have since communicated with the Immigration Department expressing satisfaction with the Lads. Extracts from about 50 letters from fanners received at the Immigration Bureau in the course of two or three days have been for warded to this office, and they ' aflord very clear indication that on the whole the lads are proving to be of a very desirable stamp. Their ages run from 1G to 20 years and though mostly without experi ence in farm work th...
DAYS OF THE KELLY GANG. Death of Police Officer. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 May 1914
.DAYS OF THE KELLY :GANG. Doath of Police Officer. Ex-Sergoant James AVhelan, , who was- associated with the Victbrian police in the days or ,the Kelly gang, died at his residence, Haw thorn, on Saturday morning'. Be fore he.came to Victoria Mr Whelan was a member of the Royal Irisn Constabulary. He joined the Vic torian force soop after his arrival hero in 1856, and knowing Superin tendent.O'Hara Burke, came to Beech worth at his instance, and was as sociated with the future explorer hero. Ho opened £he first police sta tion at Donnelly's Greek before the Long Tunnel mine, at Stringer's Creek (Walhalla) was discovered. He after wards went to Ben all a, and remained there for 28 years, until he retired on December 31st, 1892. He was in Iienalla during the career of the. Kelly gang, and his services to his superior officers in their many diffi culties wore much appreciated. Mr Wiielan was in charge of a party in pursuit of Power in the Strathbogie Ranges. The bushranger afterwards to...
BEECHWORTH GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 May 1914
BEECH WORTH. GOLF CLUB. A meet'n? or the above clul> was Mi at Mr wyatt's residence on Mon day night. Present: Mr Harrison (ekcte'il to the chair), Messrs Mc Donald, S. Iv Leonard, T. E Wyatt, yr. Andrews', A... J. Goodwin, J Huteon, and S. ' McLiod. Tlie minutes or last meeting were r«d and confirmed. Mr D.irlison, Miss I. Hardin;; and Miss Heniy were elected members of tfe dub. Tlw following accounts were passed I ' » pjinent:-Johnson Bros , £2 1-5 Gfl, and Mrs Pritclianl 2s ('d. It was decided that the Beechwortli Club malic a full day visit to Vi'an paratta links on 8th June to pi iy Kirtlierglen in the morning' and Be nalla in the afternoon, and tiat a letter of thanks be forwarded to the n'angaratta Club for their kindness 1!) I'bciu- their links at the disposal 01 this club on that date. Moved by Mr Andrews, seconded .v Mr Goodwin, jiiat competitions open for the Uorth-E:ist for ladies and Sentlnnnn be held oil some Friday w Sjturday as eai'ly in July as can allowed by the...
THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 May 1914
THE RAINFALL! Following are the records of thu rainfall since the vear 188 2: 0 32 0 16 0 96 2 95 4 20 2 09 3 65 4 74 1 75 4 19 2 60 I 45 1 07 0 04 1 06 3 21 7 57 7 02 3 80 3 18 4 78 4 29 2 41 2 64 1 12 1 36 5 45 4 77 2 47 6 15 5 60 3 63 4 46 6 69 0 43 3 60 1 38 2 34 1 66 3 60 2 33 4 47 1 55 3 78 2 1 2 04 0 81 2 (0 0 08 0 69 9 83 0 89 5 25 B 13 4 55 3 26 5 24 4 71 4 90 2 87 0 88 0 64 1 73 2 57 2 02 3 04 4 24 3 39 1 64 1 22 3 23 52 0 22 2 27" 1 55 1 04 3 52 6 24 3 07 2 53 4 41 2 94 2 67 0 88 1 21 i;o7 6 46 6 37 6|01 3 03 5 04 6 |00 2 61 2 17 0 33 0 82 1 74 0 05 3 71 0 14 4 17 4 61 4 84 f79 46 2 57 8 64 3 62. ~ }6 v .8 20 0 41 6 80 4 76 3 23 1 95 2 56 0 71 0 98 3 64 45 12 b7 44
ARRIVAL AND DEPABTTTRE OF TRAINS. BEEOHWORTH TO YACKANDANDAH [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 May 1914
ARRIVAL AND DEPABTTTRK OF TRAINS. BEEOHWOBTH TO TACKANDANDAH On Honda;* and Wednesdays a train leaves Beeohworth at 2.40 p.m. and reaohe* Yackandandah at 8,20. On Tbuiaajs a train leaves Beeohworth 10.3 a.m. an4 arrive! at Yackandardah 10.42 a.m. BVERTON TO YACKANDAKDAH AND BACK. On Thursdays only a mixed train leave Everton (or Yackandandah at 8.55 a,m reachee Beeohworth at 9.43 a.m., leaves Beechwortb at 10.3 a.m., reaches Yackan^ dahdah at 10.42 and leaver at 11.4E for Beechwortb arriving at 12.36 and at 1.11. arrives at Everton. TACKANDANDAH TO UELBOURNB On Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturday (only) a mixed train leaves Yackan4acdah at 7.0 a.m. and arrives at Beechwortb at 7.51. It leaveB Beeohworth at 8.10, rehche Wangaratta at 9.18, and catching the ex press at Wanraratta at 9,38 reaobea Mel bourne at 1,50. BEEOHWORTH TO MELBOURNE. A train leaves Beechwortb daily at8.io a.m., leaves Bverton at 8.46 a.m., Beech worth Jnnction at 9.10 a.m, and ar rives at Wangarattaat 9.18. It con...
JUNIOR FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 May 1914
JUNIOR FOOTBALL. The Beechworth Juniors &lt;i»neyo&lt;l to Stanley last Saturday w.'fch a team .of 10 players to try conclusions with the load team. The same was in no way one sided. Soon arter the ball was bounce&lt;l Stanley fj.'gan to score, and it was. thought l hey would easily b; the victors. But when the Juniors w;irmeil up they shaped better ' At quarter t!me the scores were, Stanley 1 goal 2 behin'is, to Juniors 2 points, and at half-time the scores were even, Stinlev 2 goa's 3 behiwls to Junior 2 3 bel inds. Then ttiere was an interval of ten minutes for light refreshments "cold water anil a smoke.'' At three quarter time the scores were Stanley 8 gouls 6 beh nds to Juniors 3 goa!s 4 tanintls, and when the bell rang lor the final the scores were Juniors .i pals 13 behinds to Stanley 5 goals i behinds, tlie Juniors being victors by l fro.il. The best playera for Juniors were Paul1, Angletou, Jensen. Beyer, Porritt, Skidmore, Davis, and Stinley's best...
DISTRICT COURTS PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 May 1914
DISTRICT COURTS PETTY. SESSIONS. j Beechworth, daily. Bcnalla, daily. | Be than ga, every Wednesday. | ChUtern, every Monday, Wednes ] day and Friday. ? Eldorado, every Wednesday. | Hutherglen, every Tuesday and I Friday. | Tallangatta, every Wednesday. Wodonga, every Thursday. Wangaratta, daily. Wahgonyan, every second Friday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 May 1914
JSIGHAEL ? RYAN BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR j fiord Street, Bpechworth Bank OF VICTORIA. J 8VIACKAY & NORMAN BARRISTERS AKG SOLICITORS 1 3eechworth, Vackandandab and nx^rtleford. ^tONKY TO LEND IN ANY SUMS ST. ANNE'S PRIVATE HOSPITAL-Reg;gtered jUBDICAT., SORG'ICAL & MIDWIFERY PATIENTS TAKEN. Proprietress-Migs EJ5VRY Telephone, 56 ".CURE THAT COLO BONNINGTOrJ'S IRISH MOSS . NEVER FAILS . 1 Sol. Green, MELBOURNE. ALL COMMISSIONS EXECUTED ON GOVERNMENT LICENSED RACECOURSES. BUFFICUWT ADDBBSB Sol. Green, MELBOURNE. SPKCLU. SALE. Str kin- CIo fcs r-:&lt;!in:i>.i 5/ 1:1 I?:>_? pound tit WOOO IXC." For Chronic Chest Complaints, .'tt'oods Groat Peppermint Cure, Is