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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
CHILTERH_CRiGKET CLUB. 'IPHE ANNUAL MEETING o( tho nbovo jL will l>n lii'ld nt tbo Town Hull, Chiltcrn, on! SATU11UAY (to-morrow) NIGHT, Sep tember li'i nt 8 o'clock. OSUAK .SMITH Hon See. CHILTERN JENHIS CLUB. r|1HE ANNUAL MEETING of tho nbovo JL Club will be held at thn Town Hal!, Chiltem, on THUllSDAY, 'Jlth inst., at 8 o'clock. Members and intending members aro in vited to attend. II. SCOTT, Hon. See. PIANO mill OltGAN TUNING. - .1. J. HOIilN-'ON will make his usual calls around UHILTEliN this month. Address - STAlt HOTEL. IP IU IB EL EC ftdP'OCIi. ( IHINKSK DOCTOli, JAMES MJXO. Vy of Melbourne, will vi.-iit IICT11KU GIjI'jN on September 21) to October and may be consulted at Mr C. Ah Canon's resilience, Main Struct. All diseases. ^ ST.YK THJCATUK, GHJ LTEKN. Wednesday, September 2,3, HACK XLGUT. Eucfire Party & Dance in aid of Iv.C. Cliurcli Fund. Cards 8 to 10 o'clock. Dance to follow. Good Music and IJofrcaimiiiiitd. 'JLMCKlK'r, 2s. K. O'NICILL 1 Joint L. TAN KICK ...
CHILTERN BRANCH A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
| CHILTERN BRANCtl A.N.A. ) The fortni^hfc'y meeting of the above ! was held nt the fire brigade hull, Gliil I tern, ou Tuesday evening. Present: President Lafranchi, and Messrs L'V Booth, T. Harvey, H. Muller aud J. Tanuer (secretary.) A letter win read From Board of Directors, ro pay ment of contributions for members j^oitiy to the war, uud also in reference lo unemployed members.-Received. From A. J. Sullivan, notifying the brunch that lie had placed the wreath forwarded ou the gruvo of Adam Lindsay Gordon, and that it had been greatly admired.-Received. The following accounts wero paEsed for payment:-T. Hayes, 10s; 1'. Peake, £1 1 (is Sd ; H. McLean, £1 1 tis Id ; J. Hyland, X'J ; U. Huncuck, £1 Total, £7. Thu president moved, and Mr Tan ner seconded, that a hearty vote of thanks bo accorded to Mm Nicholson and Mr V. Sanders for making thf wattle wreath tor Gordon's grave. Carried. The treasurer reported :--Evening's taking, £7 Sa ; total credit, £37 IDs yd. i Tl>.. ? Victori...
IS MAN A BARBARIAN STILL? [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
IS MAN A BARBARIAN STILL? M We are Buffering," the communique states, " from an invasion by barbariaus." European pews item, August J914. In past ages, far remote, man was near allied to brute Uhitl in skin of shaggy gout, hunting was bis chief pursuit. And when &lt;|uarreling arose over prize alive or tlaid, Number one laid blame and blows on the other fellow's head. And barbarian number two, showed resent ment kern and strong, Vowed his cinim wag just and true, said that number one was wrong. Then lie seized his knobby btiek to avenge the dire attack - Arms wj-re stout and skulls wero thick whack wa^ answered swift by whack. Each contestant fiir the prize, struggling in that bloody bout, From his foeman's lUmiiug eye* saw a devil glaring out. Thus thev strove in combat rude-pulled each other's matted hair, Ears were torn and lingt rn chewed-Oh, what savage.-' they were ! I'oor b.irbarians! On their miud Light had shed no kindly .-park. They were ignorant and blind, groping...
RUTHERGLEN SHIRE COUNCIL Saturday, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
RUTHEROLEN SHIRE COUNCIL Saturday, September 12. Present: President Smith. :mtl (Jrs Hiskins, IJurroives, Graham. Prentice, Seymour, Mcljaurin, Gullt fer, Macknight, Median, Doolan and Morris. A letter was reatl From Country Roads Board as follows:-"In connection with the carrying out of works on main roads in tin: shire, 1 liavulo request thutyoii will kindly let 1110 know within the next week what action is being taken Iiv the council to expedite the carry ing out of work on the road men tioned hereunder, or on other main roads in the shire, and when it is anticipated that the work will lie ! commenced. - Yarrawonga road miles." 'I'lli.' secretary slated that lie had been waiting to find out which end of tin: shire it was intended to uiako a start in. Now thai, this information had como lo hand the work would bo pushed on with. From Department of Lands and .Survey, relative to the proposed l'end t.hrou^li certain Crown IiuhIr in (lie Favish of Chiltorn Wiist, and i'nr news:! to' "...
A SPORTING PROMISE. To the Editor of the Federal Standard [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
A SPORTING PROMISE. the Editor of the Federal Standard SIR,-As no old Chiltem boy uud ouo who takes ti j*rout interest in our Kational Game I was pleased to read in the Standakd of the success of tho ChilterD boys during the past season, and would ask you to convey to the members of tho Chilteru 1'ootball Club my heartiest congratulations ou their attaining tho premiership for I 1911 Would you also let them know that as ail incentive to futuro eiforts that I am willing to donnto a Sold medal of tho value of £2 2s for the best all round player (or other player) as tho committee may think fit for the season 1915. Wishing tho club evtry succcss, -I am, O'c., F H. BENS ERR. Box 415 U.P.U., Adclaido, fcJept. D, 1911.
RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Ordera Payable in Victoria, [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
5KATKS OF OOM5IISSION. SMoney Ordera Payable in Yiotorin, I : *U|Any sum not over £5, (id ; over £6, but Dot over £10, In ; over £10 but not OT6ri£15, la 6d ; over £15, but not ovor £30, 2 Money Orders by Telegraph, To New South Wales, Queensland, South] Australia, Tasmania, and P«rth (Western Australia) : Charge for a mes sage in addition to above rates. QrderaJ payablo in New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, New Zea land, ^Tasmania, and Weotern Aus tralia. .Not over £2, Gd ; not orar £5, Is; not over £7, Is (id ; not over £10 2a not over £12, 2s Gd ; not over £15, 3s; not 'over £17, 3s 6d; not over £20, 4s. ' PACKETS, ETC. Preparation for Post. Packets may bo sent through the post without a cover (but not fastened with anything'adhesive, ouch as gum, postage Btitnp, oonliog wax, etc) ; in & cavor entirely open at one,enu or side (if the cover be slit, the opening must be of the foil extent of the end or Bido, and the contents muBt bo easy of withdrawal.) the cover...
Chiltern District Schools Excurison Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
Chiltern District Schools Ex curison Picnic. The annual meeting of the nbove was held on Monday evening at the town hull, Uhil:i-rn. Piesont: Messrs G. 10. Whitehead, J. A. Grinlington, J Ferguson, W. A. Anderson, J. H. Gerraty, V Lafranclii, J. Evaus, T. J ones, H. W'hitmoie and J. A. Ander son (secretary.) All apology for iion-iU Lendance was received from Mr J. Hyland Mr Grinlin&lt;;lon moved, and Mr W. Anderson seconded, thai Mr Whbe head be voted to the chair-Carried. Hie secretary rend the advertise ment, which appeared in the Fkuku.u, Htaxuaud, convenim; the. meeting The balance sheet presented showed tlie receipts for the year to have b' en £11- U Id and the expenditure ±'D7 tis Id, leaving a credit uf £44 I The profit for the year was £G Us 2d - 'lhe balance sheet was adopted. Mr Grinlington moved, ami Mr Evans seconded, that Mr J. A. Ander son be elected secretary-Carried. Mr W. Anderson moved, and Mr Gerraty seconded, that Mr Hyland be elected chairman. The motion...
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSIONS, [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSION#, Hoochworth-Daily Honalla-Dally Bothanga-Every Wednesday. Chiltorn-Evory Tuesday, Thuredaj and Saturday lililorndo-Evury Wednesday. Kiowa-Firat Wed. each mouth Myrtloford-Every Friday. Kuthorglon-Evory Mouday, Wed nesday, and Friday Tallangatta-Every Wednesday Wodonga-Evory Thursday Wangaratta-Daily Wahgunyah-Every second Friday, Yackandandah-Evory Monday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
CLARKE'S B. 41. PILLS. A Warranted Curo for all Acquired or "'onstitutionftl Diecharges fron.T iio Organs, in either sex. The&a famous Pills also cora GraTtU Ptua in the Back, and *U Kidney DUorder*. Free from mercury. Torty yew*' iaoca». Sold by all Cfaemlitt and Storekeeper* throoghout th% wM. Council Club Hotel C 0 N N E S S S T It 15 15 T, C H I L T E Li N. Central, convenient, comfortable, catering for nil classos. Atnplo Stabling always available for country visitors. BILLIARDS. BILLIARDS. Cannon's Livery and Letting Establishment MOTOR CJ3L2RS FOR. HIRE. .H? toZ&Jlp \\n ooiimction w't.h the Hoial) " daily at 2 p.m. for Ohiltern Valley, Xinastown and Jndigo. Pares (single) 1B, -b and -3 (id. 'Phone No. 3 STAR HOTEL. &lt;T\3SS B/BMHESK. | A. P. BRIESE, Proprietress, BEGS to notify the residents of Cliiltern and district that sho has taken over the management of this old established and well-kuown hostelry, and hopes by running it OH up-to-dato lines to m...
AT CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
AT CBILTEKN. A public meeting in connection with the Patriotic was held on Tuesday evening (it tho town ball, Cbiltern. Cr Bruin (president of tlio Chiltern Shire Council) presided, and there wero present : Mesdauies Cannon, Wulstab, Whitehead and A. Smith, and Misses O'tiullivau, Walker and E. Cannon, and Messrs A. Walstab, RI. Branu, W. Whitmorf, U. b\ Harkin, W. Scott, H. Hollister, E. Mills, G. Hancock, J. .Smith, G. E. Mmd, D. lteid, J. Black, Kov, A. .Norris, and E .1. Hicks (secretary.) The chairman said that in one sunse it was with regret that he had con vened the meeting, but the ureatest war in the history &lt;j( the world was on and they wero en^i>^pd in a fight for supremacy. The Kaiser bnd raised his mail fist and an autueratic war had started' through tho breaking o£ a treaty with Ory.it llrttaiu had to take part All over the world patriotic leagues had sprung up, and besides tho men taking their places on th&lt;> field they had to raise money to...
Help in Cases of Accident. BURNS AND SCALDS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
Help in Cases of Accident. BUItNS AND SCALDS. Uovor with cooking soda aud ay wot clothes over it, whites o£ oggs aud olive oil, olive and Jinseect oil, flout and mixed chalk and whiting DKOWNINO. 1. Loosen clothing, if any 2. Empty lungs of water by laying body on its stomach and lifting it up by the middle so that the head hang* down ; jerk the body a few time3 3. Pull ton[>uo forward using hand kerchief or pin with airing if ueces F.iry 4. Imitate motion of respiration by alternately compressing and expand ing the lower ribs about twenty time? a minute. Alternately raising aud lowering the arms from the sides up above tho head will stimulate thp action of the lungs; let it be done gently but persistently 5. Apply warmth aud friction to extremities. 6. By holding tho tongue forward closing tho noatrilH, mid prt?B«ing th&lt; " Adam's applo" back (BO as to clost eutrauco to stomach) direct inflation can b tried. Tako a deep breath and breathe it freely into tho mouth of tl...
Local Railway Service ALBURY TO MELBOURNE, [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
Local Railway Service ALMUKY TO MKT,FtOUKNE. aim express leaves Albury ;(Suuday excepted) (it 8.17 o.ui, leaves Wodooga S.26 n.m, leaves Bnruawart ha 8.44 'i.m, leaves Cbilterii at 8.58 a.m, Springburst 9,13 a,in, Wnogaratta 9.38 4.10, niid arrives iu Melbourne at 1.58 p.m A train leaves Albury daily (Son days excepted) at 2.52 p.m, leaves Wodonga at 3.5 p.m, leaves Bnrna wurtba at 3.28 p.m' leaves Cbilterii at 3.45 p.tn, leaves Spriugburst at 4.5 p.m, leaves Wangaratta at 4.37 p.ra, leaves Benalla at 5-35 p.m, leaves Seymour at 8.33 p.ru aud arrives at Me.bourne at 11.8 p.tn A train leaves Melbourno daily at 0.15 a.in, leaves Benalla at 11.25 a.tu, 'eaves Wangaratta at 12.17 p.m, 'paves|SpringburBt at 12.49 p.tn, leaves Cbiltern 1.8 p.ui, Barnawartha 1.20 p.m, Wodonga 1.45 p.m, and arrivea at Albury 1.53 p.m An express train leaves Melbourne daily (Sundays excepted) at 4 p.m, leaves Benalla at 7.46 p.m, leaves Wanjjarattii at 8.3U p.ai, leaves Spriugburst at 8.57 p.n), leaves Cbil ...
PATRIOTIC MEETINGS. AT BARNAWARTHA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
PATRIOTIC MEETINGS. AT BAKNAWA.miA. A patriotic mooting convened by J the president of the Chil'ern shire council (Cr Brann), was bold at tbo town ball, Birnawartha, on Monday, evening. Present: Crs Brann (in the chair), A. J>. Barlow mid .) Uiffey, and Messrs (i. Baxter, H. Pooley, A. Oats, H Bolton, F. Hollowav, F Rogash, A. McKrnzie, A. Wellington, J. McGann, A. Iv> mp, II. UeMamiel, J. Scott, E. J. Hicks and li. J. Baxter, and Mesdames D. D. Anderson, Bol ton and Russell, and Miss A. Kussell. . Cr Brann said bo regretted that his first appearance ns president of the . shire Bhould be njaiked by the greatest war in the history of the world. Since 1870 the Genuaus had been trying to grab the world, but Great Britain had always been mistress of the sens. The word of the British people was their bond, and the war was the result of the Germans si'ttim; at naught a solemn treaty which was made. It was a lifiht for liberty, and threat I issues depended on it, and everyone should ...
CLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Close senson for Game, etc. The whole year [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
iGLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. CIOBO Benson for Gamo, eto. The whole year All Australian Fauna, with tho excep tion of Snakes, in the National Parks md Public Gaidons ; Acantbizaj or Tits ; Babblers, Bee-eaters, Bitterns, Black Cockatoos, B *ck Swana, Black-tailed or Hock-Pebbler Parrots, Bronze-winged nd oiher Wild Pigeons, Bustard or Wild Turkey, Californian Quail, Oator pillarj catchers, Ephthianuras or Chats, Fnntails, Coach-whip Bird, Cranes-all 'lirda known as Cranes, such as Egrets, Doves (Wild), Emua, F.y catchers, Frog mouth ror Podar^ua and Mopokes, (irancnlus Family (all members of), Ibis, Kancnrooa (black-faced or Malleo (Macro pus Molaniips), Kangaroos (largo grey, Mncropus Oiuanteus), Kangaroos (large red, '.Macropua Kufus), Kingfishers-all kinds, including tho Great King fisher or Laughing Jackass, LarkB (in cluding Cinclorainphus and 1'ipits), Lyra Bird, Mngpio Larks (Pied Grallina), Malice Hens, Native Bears (Koalas), Nightjars, Owls, l'arrakcets (swamp or ground), Petr...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
SPORTINU. It is evident that aome of tbe old Cliilteru boys have a warm spot in their hoarts for the town. During the week we received a letter from Mr F. II. Beunett, of Adelaide (formerly of Chiltern), who was 60 delighted w ith tho success of 'he Ohilternites on the football held this season, that hu has decided to donate a gold ujedal to tho club for competition next year. Mr Bennett has been away from Chillern for over 30 years, still he does not forget t he good sports with whom be was associated in Chilteru's good old days. Tbe sale of booths and privilegBl in connection with the Chiltern Racing Club's meeting, to bo held oil Wednes day next, tuolc place at the tire linuade bill, ChiUrui, on Monday. Mr W. Emery of the firm of Messrs Flanagan, Newman and Co., auction eers, of \Y angaratta, wielded the hammer, and the following prices were obtained :-Publican's booth, Mrs A. Ktiesi', £10 10s; refreshment and fruit stall, J Ryan, IDs ; Frankfurti, J. Buocall, 10s. Chiltern's rep...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
TLO^B SF.ASOKS KOR FISH. Blaok Fish-From 1st September to 15th December in_ each year (both dates inclusive) Crayftah-The whole year for all leas thou !> inches in length, and for Female Crnyliah from Iho 1 at .Iuho to the 30lh rJovomber (both dntea inclnaivo in each year Knjjliah Poach-From 15th September to Inlh November. English Trout-From the 1st May to the Illst AuyUBt in each year (both date» inclusive) OippBliind Perch-From lBt Aoeuat to tho oOth November in each year (both dales inclusive) Murray Bream, Murray Perch, Murray Cod-F'rom tho 1 Bt October to the 3(J h November tin each year (both datca in oluaivo MINIMUM WKICllTS OK FISH, ' lilackli"!', *Wb : Murray Coil, J Alba Murray Perch, Sov:s ; Pe'ch. 5uzs jliream ;"io/a ; Silver Krram, Txi/.a
MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
M1NINQ ME (VIS. Says the Sydney "Bullotiu":-Did John Cock, of Ohiltern Valley (Vic toria), still sticks to it. If, at 70, he feels 11 hit weary he takes a week off, and then resumes bucking up Ohi 1 tern Valley iuto a decent alluvial working organisation. To date ho has beea o[lulling up his mine from an inter inediute level, oil' which he has tested a block 500ft sijuare and ^ot an aver age return of an ounce per fathom out of his drives, a return which estab lished the show as a remunerative mine. When John Uock starts out in that strain something may be ex pected. This time he wuuts mors c-jsli to enable him lo complete tha laying out of the claim by pushiDjj it. The (Jreat Southern Consols had a yield of lliGJoza of gold from 150 fnibonis for thu pust fortnight. Thn previous yield was 72Aoz3 from 70 fin lioms. M essra '1'. Martin, F. (Jrouclier and F Fullurtun have taken a tribute of tli'i Jyidy Rose mine, Chilteru, and commenced operations on Saturday lust. Messrs Mitchell and ...
COUNTY COUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
COUNTY counts. Ueoclnvortli-Thursday, May 28 Tuesday, August -1 Thursday, October 1 Boiialla-Tuesday, July 7 Tuesday, September X Wodnesday, November 1 Bright-Tuesday, April 7 Thursday, Novembur 20 Cliilturii-Tuesday, May 2(> Thursday, August (i Tuesday, November 24 Wam>aratla-Wednesday, Juno 21 Thursday, September '.i Thursday, December 3 Wodonga-'J'huraday, May 14 - Thursday, Augunt 27 Noi'E-Courts of Insolvency are held at places appoinled on same dates oa Couuty CourtB and Courts of Minos, Courts of Insolvency at Boeuluvorth, Bcualla, Chiltern, Waogaratta, Wodonga, and Yarrawoti(;a
GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
OKNKUAT, KKKSIONfl, Heeclnvurth-Thursday, ftlny 28 Tuesday, August 4 Thursday, October 1 Buiiullu-Tuesday, July 7 Tuesday, September 1 W edneaduy, November 4 Waugaratia-Wednesday, June 24 Thursday, September 3 Thursday, December '3