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TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. Letters-For every ioz or tinder 0 1 Post Cards-Stamped on Cards.., 0 1 Letter Cards to New South Wnles, South Australia, Tasmania, Queensland, West Australia, Now Zealand and^Fiji ...0 1 Post Cards, .Reply Post Cards, Paokets, Books, Newspapers, Registration Foe, same as for . places within Victoria Par«el Post-For every parcel . of lib or under ... ... 0 Each additional lib or nrider (up to. 111b) ... 0 .Bates to the United Kingdom and Foreign Countries Letters-For&lt; every joz or under 0 Post Cards-each ... ... 0 Roply Post Cards-each ... 0 .Newspapers-4ozJ Id, each ad ditional 2O7. ... ... 0 Commercial Papers-2uz 3d, 4oz 3Jd, Goz 4d, 8oz 4$d, lOoz 5d, ' then every 2oz to olbs .. 0 Printed Papers, other than news papers, for every 2oz or under up to 51b ... ... ... 0 Patterns and samples-For every 2oz or under up to 12oz ... 0 Registration Fee ... ... 0 Acknowledgment of delivery of a ' registered article ... ... 0 Parcels Post, wholly by sea...
POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES RATES TOE PLACES IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES RATES TOE PLACES IN VICTORIA. a d Letters-Half oanco or ander ... 0 1 ,, For every ounce ... 0 2 Urgent Letters-For each Lotter iu addition to ordinary postage 0 6 La to fee ... ... ..0 1 Packets-Commercial and printed papers, maximum weight 51bs, dimensions not to exceed 2ft in length, 1ft in depth or width, for every 2oz, or fraction thereof ... ... ... 0 1 1 ' tterns and samples, paokets of merchandise, etc., maximum weight lib; dimension not to eicoed 2ft in length, one foot io depth or width ; rats of post- , Co* Q^aty _2OJS o* [ration. . V ^ Looks-For every 4oz or under up to 51bu ... ... ... 0 1 Newspapers-For each newspaper 0 0$ Newspapers A magazines and publications not published in .the Commonwealth, 2oz ... 0 Oj Post Cards-each ... ... 0 .1 Reply Post Cards-each ... 0 2 ?latter Cards-2 for ... 0 2 ^Registration fee ... ... 0 3 Parcel lib or under ... ... 0 6 Paroel, each extra lb or under ... 0 3
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notes may bo obtained at any Post OlEco in Victoria Hoars of pay ment 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The following are the .denominations of the notes, and the poundage, or the price charged for them:-Is, id ; Is 6d, ^d ; 2b, Id ; 2s Od, Id'; 3s, Id ; 3s Gd, id ; 4s, Id ; 4s fid, ld^B^i l^d ; Vs Gd, 2d; 10s, Ud; 10a 6d, 3d; 15s, yd ; 20a 3d.r ?? MONEY ORDERS. United Kingdom, and other^S British Possessions and Foreign Countries, Gd forjeach £1 or fraction of £1,
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. Town and suburban, withm proscribed limits, or within lifteen miles from the aendiog station, including, address and ?ignaturs, not exceeding 10 words, Gd ; eaoh additional word Id. - Othev plsicaa witKvn Ibo Stnto, oxcopt tb^rti and nuburban, itjoludlnn »ddruiia mud Vigokturu, not excoodiog 1G vrordn, 9d; eanhadditionnl word Id. Interstate.-From any ouo State to another, including address and signature, and not exceeding 10 words Is ; each ad ditional word Id. On telegraniB to and from Tasmania the charges are those mentioned abors, with cable charges added, which at tho present time is £d per word. Double the foregoing rates to ba chargod for the.transmission of telegrams on Suo day, Christmas Day, and Good Friday and for " Urgent" telegrams. The foregoing rates are'^exclnsire porterage charges
Phases of the Moon 1914. August [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
Phases of the Moon August Full luomi-Thursday (1 Lust quarter-Friday 11 Now moou-Friday 21 First quarter-Friday 28 September) Full moou-Saturday 5 Last quarter-Sunday 13 Now moon-Sunday 20 First quarter-Saturday 2G October Full moou-Sunday 4 JjUBt quarter-Monday 12 New moon-Monday 19 First quarter-Monday 26 November Full moon-Tuesday 3 Last quarter-Wednesday 11 New moon-Wednesday IS First quarter-Tuesday 21 December Full moou-Thursday 3 Last quarter-Thursday 10 New moon-Thursday 17 First quarter-Thursday 24 Linseed Compound. Tho " Stookpjri emedy" for Coughs anil ColaB. Ot 40 s*rt' proren efficacy
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
HOUSK or HEI'HESi:>'fATlVEiJ. Following whs tbo polling for Indi, iuclud in;; die absent votes : Moloney Alexandra Huech worth bcnalla .. Uenalla North JBcthanga.. Bright liarnawartba (C.D Chiltern .. Corryong.. Doon Jamieoon.. Mansfield Mitla Mitta Moyhu Myrtleford lluthergleu St. James Tallangutta TuDgamah Wangaratla Wahva .. Woilonga.. Yackandandah l'arrawonga Yea , Vol A ht rn ?)31 K7.r, 1212 SOI 17 r, . w.i .17 2li0 505 229 &lt;13 171 2l!!l 677 3113 1177 300 393 ?105 161(5 123 031 882 001 712 Total.. ..11,891 15,502 Informal voles 122. Mujority for Moloney, 611. A programme of sunns was then 50DO through, and, ntter 1 plentiful supply i'f refri'slini' nts, prowJed by 1 ho Indies, had been handed round, tho hall was cleared for dancing. Music was supplied by Mr T. Franki and the duties uf M.C. were carried uut by Mr L. Smith. At tlits cunclus.oa '. Auld Lang Syno" and the National An'lu'in were sum', and the company dispersed after giving cheeis for Mr (jleoson
How to Injure Vour Town [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
How to Injure Vour Town Hun it down In visitors. Go to other places for your supplies. Look sorry whim a stranger talks to you of buying properly in it. Hefuso to see merit in any schemo unless you are " big-dog" in it. Don't invest. Show your distrust by re fusing to lay out any nmnoy in it. Let your tongue wag idly about your neighbor, without knowing the facts. Cut those whom in your vanity you .hink benoiith you, and split up into classes and cliques. Hefuse to advertise in your local paper, and to give it your printing orders to ex'-eute. People sum up your town from its advertise' ment sheet. The nyou will effectually damn your town and district.
FEDERAL ELECTION. THE SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
FEDERAL ELECTION. The following uro the luti Victoria : - J. Hume.-, Liib. H. Barker, Lab. JB. J. Hue?C-!1, Lab A. N McKissoek, Lab. . A. E. U. Blukoy, Lab. . K. Finilloy, Liib. J. El. Ml'UOII, Lib. S. Maucur, Lib. W. H. 1-jtl^ar, Lib. .1. H. i:»olt, Lit). W. A. Trtuwiib, Lib. . W. J. McLean, Lib :»33.C;55 333.100 333,018 332,1132 330.913 328,10'.! 2112,837 202,011 288,1)5 i 288,135 287 510 28(3,323
District Telephone Stations and Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
District Telephone Stations and Rates. Conversations can be carried on between Cliiltern and the undermen . tioned places by telephone, either direct from subscribers' premises or from the post ollice, at charnesnamed: First 3 Additional minutest 3 minutes. Allan's Flat ... 8d Cd Albury ... Id 3d Baruawartha ... 2d 2d Beechwortli "... 8d 6d lienalla ... Sd lid Uethanga ... Gd 5d Bright ... la 9d Chiltern Valley 2d 2d Corowa ... Id 3d j Devenish ... Sd Kuroa ... Is 9d Eldorado ... 8d Gd Ebdeu ... fid 5d Glenrowun ... GJ jjJ Germanton N.H.W la 9d Howkrng ... Sd Cd Huon ... Gd Dd Jitidera ti.s.w ... Gd 5d Kyabrmu > 2s -id Is »d Koetcng ... l8 gj Lowesdalo N.S.W la 9d Mooroopna 2s -id la "Jet Milawa ' ... 8d Gd Muw,"tno ,.2b \d, 1° pd Myrtluford ... la ad NiiRnnibio la 10d Is Id North Prsutico... 4d 3d Kutberglen ... 3d 3d Spriughurst ... 2d 2d Seymour ls 10d Is id SwKDpool ... la yj Tiirnuviiigee ... 8d Gd Tnllungutta ... 8d Gd Tocuiiiwal NSW Is 10d la id Towong Is Id la Violet Town...
Rainfall Records at Chiltern. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
Rainfall Records at Chiltcrn. Ho. days Your Points raiu fell J 887 3717 lit 1888 1851 75 1S89 1138 87 18'JO l! 4 ;> 7 88 1891 2 5 l> 7 83 1892 2318 91 1893 3025 61 1891 1078 117 1895 2127 89 1890 2318 SS 1897 1927 92 1898 2701 92 1899 2387 100 1900 2801 126 1901 2171 110 1902 1073 77 1903 2729 121 1901 2618 99 1905 2553 118 1906 3329 101 1907 1S09 09 1908 2231 101 1909 2525 111 1910 2109 116 1911 2617 111 1912 2103 96 . 1913 2309 93
The Federal Standard, ESTABLISHED 1859 With which are Incorporated THE OVERS CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZETTE. PUBLISUHD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
ESXAli I.ISUBD 185',) With whloh aro Incorporated TUB OVKNS CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZETTE. PUBLISUHD EVERY FIUDAYMOKMIKU ALTHOUGH our legislators at ull time talk of decentralisation the whole of the business of the state is rapidly beiug taken to the cities and day after day movements arc being initia ted to turn ft!I callings to tbo cities. Our municipalities which since the days of tbo Old Koads Boards have dune noud work for the country, without any remuneration, are now threatened to lie superseded by the newly formed Ouuulry Koads Board and, if such happens, well it will be only a matter of time before our municipal districts will be controlled from Mel bourno. At pre.sent a Bill is before the House to annex shires whoso reve nue is below £15U0 on lo an adjoiuing shire, but if the fathers of that Bill know the, situation of the various .ihins which they are seeking to knock out of existence it is certain they would stay their hand. On May 1">, IvS7.">, Ghiltorn was pro...
PRESENTATION TO MR M. J. [?]LEESON. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
PRESENTATION TO MR M. J. C1LEESON. Tin; Cliiltem Valley Stuto School was crowded on Tuesday evenin;; with tin! friends and well wishers i.f Mr M. J. Clleeson who came from all parts (if the surrounding distiiot to hid him farewell prior to his departure fur Creswick. Mr l1'. Marengo occupied the clmir. Hi* said they were about to lost; a ijoud teacher, an excellent worker and a splemlid citizen, and it was very yralityin.' to mi* such a lar^o alientl ance to do Mr (ilneson honor. They all I'new his j»ood ijualities perhaps heller than lie (the chairman) did. and he was gratified to IcnoC' that Mr (ileeson was uot yoinfi to bo allowed to tlep >rt witholl' a token. Ills knew thai Mr (.Jleeson would not value the present in much ,-ts thu presence of Lhe hirgo gntlierini: that night. Ho eon Id mil enumerate lln; good qualities of 11>-ir guest, but. tl>o audience spoke volumes, Ho wished Mr Gleeson every success mid Imped lie would soon c'imli to tlio top rung of tho lmlder. (Ap...
WAR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
WAR NOTES. Mr Bu.-se, clerk uf courts at Cliil leru, is uuiitribuliu'^ -A pur ceut of his salary from tlin ln'uiniiin^ to the end of the wur Lu a fund to provide relief for distressed resultuut 011 thu war. Tho annual school picnic at Barna w.irlhn tins Ijim! 11 abandoned this year with the acquiescence of tin: scholars who are d sirous of .showing their patriotism. When peace is ayain proclaimed the eoiinnitee should not forget the children's sacrifice A lar^e nuinber of volunteers are required for the Australian Kxpedi tionary Koiee. 'l'liey must he between thu iv^es of IS ami 15 yii.irs, and on application at ihe Ohiltei 11 .shiro hall will receive enrolment forms and full particulars iu medical examination The German army in France is re ported Lo he ill general i ell eat and i^ beiuj; hotly pursued by itit) l''retich and British troops. Briiisb aeroplane scouts say that. the ru'r- at is rapid. Tim Australian .Naval Kusurvr captured the wireless station nt Iter bei/lshohu (ticnm...
COMMERCIAL. Doig and Vallender. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
/ COMMbUCiAL. Uoijj anil Vallendcr. Two vety inipoitmt sales are announced by tbu above ft on to take place at Cbiltorn on "Tuesday, October 6. The first will bo conducted at the R C. Presbytery, at l.M p.m , wbon tbo horses, buggy, bicycle, etc , belonging to tbe late Rev. Father Smith will bo brought under tbe hammer. At H p.m., at tbe Star theatre, a number of freehold properties in the estate of the late John Gilmour will be olleied, the most important of which is the black of land and brick buildings at the intersection of Main und Conness streets, Cbiltcrn. 41 acres close bandy to tbe town, and the brick bouse und 6tables in Main street, and a Cosiness street block are tbe other holdings. Flanagan, Newman and Co. Flanagan, Newman and Co report having held their usual fortnightly mirket at tbe yards, Wangaratta, last Thursday. Fat sheep. -Only a moderate supply ; only the best quality stulT met with anything like demand ; medium and inferior being very much neglec ted. Rest xbr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
Rutherglen Show WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1914. Grand Exhibition of Draught Horses, Thoroughbreds, Hacks, Harness Horses, Ponies, Hunters and IIi»h Jumpers, Cattle, Sh^p, Do^S Poultry, Farm and D n'ry Produce. Best Exhibition of Flowers, Needle and Fauey Work in tlin North-Kast. SPECIAL TRAIN leaves Albury S r>0 Wodouya 9.5 a.m., Barmi wanha 9 35 :i.m , Chiltern !) 50 a.m., Sprinf;luirst 10 10 a.m., arrives Ruther pl«>n 10 55 a.m. Returning leaves Rutheryleu 7.30 p.m., arrives Cliiltern J. 12 p m. Holiday Excursion Fares by all trains from all stations from 'JOth October and timed to reach Kutherglcn by "J p.m. ou October 21. Tickets available for return until October inclusive. ENTRTES close SATURDAY, October 17. at H pin. Late entries accoinpnnied by a fee of (id up to G p in. on MONDAY, October 19. For Prize List, Entry Forms and full particulars apply HARRY O'BRIEN, Telephone No. 'Jo. Secretary, Main Street, Rutherylen. Commoiuvcaltbiifci-Bank - Bustralta HKAIJ OKKICK " SVPNK...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
SPLENDID ItECOVKItV. DISORGANISED DICKSTIVK OKUAaS COIUUiCTKD BY Dit MOUSES IMHAN HOOT PIILS " I was a jireat eulfcrur from Indica tion fur a period of l\v&lt;> yearn," wrMcn Mr Kolicrt I'lckoriiii: blacksmith, of J 111 Pautoii fit, (iolck'ti Square, liotidi^u. " I puttered groat pain afterdating, my digen lioii wa«. tInly disorganised, and I gradually lost weight, and fell away in condition, Having rccnurfic to many supposed curca to 110 oil" c», and aecin^ a pamphlet concerning Dr Morse's Indian Bool Pills, 1 decided to »ivu them a trial. Aftur taking " fo^v doHea a viwiblo iin provement for tho l>o(ti*r was discernible. 1 continued the medicine until I coin pleted the buttle, and am plowed to Bay I nas permanent'y cured of indigofl'iuu. They are aUo ^ood fc»r tho relief of Con stipaUon, and I reconnuend tho.n to my friends and acquaintances as a remedy, believing they aro unaurpaaeed for Con etipation and Indigestion. You can publish this . positive testimony if you...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
In IVIemoriam COHTEHI.-In loving memory of my dear mother, Margaret, who departed this life on 'ho 17th Soptember, l'.'OB, at Cbiltern Valley. ItelentleBs death among us comes, And bitter grief imparts; It takes the loved ones from our homo, But never from our heartn. -Inserted by her loving daughter, M* McLean.
WIT AND WISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
WIT AND WISDOM. No ono looks so ridiculous as the frllow who puts on a martyr's crown time docs not fit When a man appears to bo listening attoD.nily to your tulle lio may b thiul;iufc f something to say Thu trouble witu many married ppople is I hut lliey aie trying to ge morn out of marriage than there is in it it takes t« only years for a inothei to make a man of her son, and twenty minutes for another woman to makr r fool of liim Tliero is nothing a woman cannot make ti tnan do and be if she will look for the good qualities in him and ui»ke him know that she appreciates th«im Good works are a woman's last resource Real love is u'l anxiety and sleepless nights ami murderous thoughts »t other women A thing of beauty is a jt,y for ever, when it'll mi antiijue, and for ii few minutos when it's a woman Man puts his faith m socks ; women ill ti!k Blockings Anything hurried is always in eJigcatibU', w Iwthur ic ia ftica/n or fiiarr>nKu When a woman reforms it often means that slio li...
THE GAZETTE. Application for Issue of Crown Grants. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
THE GAZETTE. Application for Issue of Cruwu GraulB. Edwin (J. Kewoll, In, Chiltern West. W. V. M'Donald, 22a, lr lOp, Norousj. Clara Fortune, 18a 3o 32p, Curlyle. Loaces Approved. Margaret Barkes, 1,'j.i lr lGp, Chil tern West. Acceptanco of Surrendir of Licenses and Isl'uu of New LicuubOd iu Lieu Thereof. Cathorino lvelsoy, l'Ja 2r 8p (Jliil torn West. Gaon»e T. Bullied, lt)a 3r 39p, Lilliput. A force of 1000 French cavalry Burpiised IjOOO Genna.ii cavalry. who .were encamped near Rotisbni.ifire. The Frenoh routed t lii'in after two hours tiffining :iti&lt;! took 1 10 prisoners, besides capturing inaiiv machine .Riiiix, ammunition and supply wag gons. Tlie Numurkah Shire Council lias donated £500 to the Patriotic fund £250 to the Belgian Relief Fund, and £250 to the Lord Mayor's t'uud.
Second Day. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 18 September 1914
Second Dnv. Second Hurdle Kacu ot 10 t>ova. About two miles-F. J. Mitchell's Abandoned, 'J.10 (Crawford). 3; Willingu, \)'» (Stuart), 2; Jinnibah, 10 0 (Cain). (t>uedong also stiirtn(l but foil. Won by three lengths. Time, .'iirjiti 5 l-5eeeS. 11 h;h- Wfifth t IJ ntitl icii t> of HO (.o»»H_SrtWn -W. liall'.i ftJuiiio, (Jlyt.MKl). 1 ; W.Li.y., i> 7 (Ciiio), *J ; iSuniirlun, 1) li (linker), 3. Four others started. Time, liuin H2sec6. Hume Handicap ot 50 GOVS. One mile Kunkm and Killick's Poltdook, 8 (Baket), j 1; l'ully Blown, s 2 (rower), 2; Harvest Moon, S,0 (Luekman), *H. Three others started. Time, Imin -lodeus. Trial Stakes of '20 sovs. Six furlongs-A. Schmidt's Mcrryform, ;70 (Uallerup), 1 ; Lord Tulker, 7.7 (Stanmorc), 2 ; Jolly Sailor, k.5 (Cain), !). Six others started. Won by half a length. Time, injin J'.taccs. Farewell Handicap of ^ovs, Six furlongs - W. Bull's Will Mac, 'J.o (flyhind), 1 ; Makea, 7.12 (Bourn), 2 ; Santiago, 8.0 (Baker), X Two others started. T...