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MR BENNETT'S INTENTION. To the Editor of the Federal Standard [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 2 October 1914

AIR BENNETT'S INTENTION. To the Editor of the Federal Standard Sue,-Having noticed a paragraph in your last issue that an Indepen dent Candidate would probably bo in the field fur tho electorate of Ovens as a protest against the centralisation of tho Labor Party, ami as the selec ted Labor Candidate of that party, who has been selected by the mem bers of that party in the Ovens, 1 wish to again publicly stato that-if elected the undersigned will be a resident of tho Ovens electorate, and paying tho same attention to the Chiltern end of the electorate as any other portion. This is always the policy of the Labor member in any other elec torate where the elootors have seon fit to return tlicm. -I rtitimiii, etc, C. ,T. Bknxktt. Trades Hull, Melbourne, Sept. 'J'J, 1911,

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHILTERN WATER SUPPLY. To the Editor of the Federal Standard. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 2 October 1914

CI1ILTERN WATER SUPPLY. lite Editor uj (he Federal ShuularJ, Sin,-My attention (wis been drawn to a speech, pleading for assistance, presumably at the instigation of thu Chiltern Shire Council, de livered by tlie Hon. A. A. Billson, the member for Ovens in the Legislative As sembly of Victoria, undor the Water Supply Loans Application Bill, introduced by the Uovernnient, before parliament. The remarks made by the above mem- . ber in regard to the Chiltern water supply being given more than mi or dinary amount of prominence may be misleading to a great many. The statements made may be true ex parte, but if the full facts in connection with the constitution of the water supply and the co.ntrol of the supply were placed before-the proper authorities thuy would, I 41,./ |.liu-o Lutiilly diirorouL aspect in regard to the supply. The history of the water supply of Chiltern to anyone who will peruse the minutes of the Chiltern Shire Council^ from its inception to the present time, would cl...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PATRIOTIC FUND. DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 2 October 1914

PATRIOTIC FUND. 1"'N ATION*. Tiio following additional donations In;«-ii m'lHVi.:!! l»V Ml* lliekb Vol' the Patriotic Fund ..-Amount, pre viously acknowledged, £102 (Is (id; Standisli (Masonic) J<odge, £12; K. Xicholls (Chilt.ern Valley Tennis C'luh), £?'. .'*; I'". t'eake, £1 ; T. Howes; £1 ; .1. Voting-, its. Total, £111> rfs lid. liarnawarllui donations -??? Or J. UIIIIIII, £-! i!«: II. l'ooley, J.P., £2; A. McKcnzie,. £1 ; A. 11. Gilniour, £2; I'. Kogusih, £1 : F.T. Hoiloway, £1 Is: A. 11. Harlow, ,1.1'., £1 In; Mr and Jlrs lirockelljank, £ii; D. U. Anderson, £1 In; Mrs 11. Ander hou, sen., £1 Is; Cr J. IJiffey, £]. Total, £15 (is. Sewing circle donations-Mrs Can non, 10s; Ml'H Hodgson, us; Miss Cowling, r.s; Mrs Enright, 2s tid ; Mrs A. .Smith, 2* (Jd.

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE OVENS ELECTION. To the Editor of the Federal Standard. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 2 October 1914

THE OVENS ELECTION. Tv (he I'AlHor of (he Fateful Standard. Sin,-In a previous' issue of your paper there appeared a paragraph anenfc ? tho coming State elections in which ' stated tliat there is dissatisfaction exist- j ing aiuougst tlic lalior section of the I Chiltern division of the Ovens as to tho selection of C. J. Bounett as a labor can didate. Now, Sir, on behalf of tho pledged laborities of Chiltern, I beg to give that statement an emphatic dental. I have made inquiries through this divis ion and fail to find any grounds for such assertion. Oil the other hand the labor section are mora firmly united now than on any previous occasion and are fully determined to vote the ticket. The grounds stated are that thoso dissatis fied are against centralisation. I am also of that opinion, that is in its true sense, but am satisfied that every elector will agree with me in saying that up to the present wo have had uo practicable steps taken .by any conntry lnombur of tho State House to...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. Do[?]g and Vallender. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 2 October 1914

UJMMbRCIAL. | Doig and Vallendcr. On Tuesday nasi the ab->ve i;rm, by order \ Riid on auoo'JiH ct the National Trustee and . Agency Cu. of Australasia, will offer by pub ^ lie auction at the Jt C- Presbytery, Chiltern, ft" number of hi^h-class bu^uy horses, buggies, etc.,-in tbo estate of the Kuv. Father Smith, deceased. The sale will stait at 1.30 o'clock. On the same date at 3 o'oloek a number of ChHteru business and submban freehold pro perties, in the edtate of the late John Gil mour, will be offered at the Star Theatre, Cbilteni. \ After the above sales a w»'il built 0-roomed w.b. house, situnled in Kiluour street, will bo sold for removal, also a new stove and threu tauks, the property of Mr \V. II. lUrowHo. Flanagan, Newman and Co. t KlanajMii, Newman and Co. report having held their fortnightly market at Wangaratta on Thurjday. Fat Sht«ep. - Wc had a very fair yardiu^: of fat sheep, in which was in cluded some good ijuali y in the wool aud ^horu. There wan a f/uod attenda...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 2 October 1914

fiuther WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1914. Grand Exhibition of Draught Horses, Thoroughbreds, Hacks, Harness Horbcs, Ponies, Hunters and Hiph Jumpers, Cattle, till*'p, Doga, Poultry, Karen autl 1) liry Produce. Best Exhibition of flower?, Needle and Fancy Work in tin: North-East.. ? .'!' ' SPECIAL TRAIN loaves Albury <S55 a.m., iKC> a.m., Bnrua wariha 0 .'S5 a.in , Chiltorn 'J 50 a.m., Spriughuist: IU ID am., arrives HuUier *JlMl 10 55 a.m. Returning leaves Ruthoryluu 7 "10 p.m., arrives Cbiltein J. 12 p in. Holiday Excursion Fares by all trains from all stations from 20lh October »nd timed to reach Kutherylun by 2p.tn. ou Octobor 21. Tickets available for return until October 2o inclusive. .ENTRIES close SATURDAY, Octobor 17, at t> p tn. Late entries accompmied by a fee of 2< GJ up to G p m. on MONDAY, Octobor 111. For Prize List, Entry Forms and full particulars apply HARRY O'BRIEN, Telephone No. 25. Secretary, Main .Street, Rutherileu. JBank- Bustrnfia 11i:a...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WIT AND WISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 2 October 1914

WIT AND WISDOM. She who is found out can always beoome the pioneer of a now morality. All bad plays are tragedies. A inin profits from past experience sometime;-a woman never. A kindred spirit is someone wicked enough to understand you and kind enough to keep it dark. A joke is something your wife always takes seriously. Home is the place where the memory of your every misdeed and mistake is faithfully kept green. Truth is personified as feminine why, nobody kuows, for no one can lie as well as a woman,, and she can persuade even herself that she is speaking the truth. Marriage is often a howling success. When a woman says she has nothing more to say, you can oxpect the worst A stiff lip will win more battles than a swollen head. Truth is stranger than fiction in an advertisement. The ox eyed girl often becomes the peroxide woman. You can wear as many spats and toppers as you like, but if you drop one " aitch" you're a gone coon. The man with I he slack underlip may have mora brains...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SMYTH[?]TROTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 2 October 1914

SMYTH- TUori i;u. A ijiiiot wedding wns celebrated at the !?.('. ('Iiuruli, Chiltern, on Wed nesday evening, hy the Rev Father Cremin, when Mr II. I'. (Hugliie) Smyth, 11 to (,'cnial proprietor of (he Telegraph hotel, C'hiltern, was mar ried to Miss KeU'cea Trotter, of (Jondublin, NS.W. The many friends of Mr and Mrs Smyth, who are well ami popularly known throughout (.'hilfeni and tho sur rounding district, will wish them L'ooil luck and success in their wedded

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 2 October 1914

At Chiltern. lucsday, «tli October. 6-R00P1ED W.B. HOUSE FOR REPIOVBL. |Doig and Vallender INSTRUCTED by W. H. Browse, K»m, .will soil by miction at the Stai | Theatre, Chiltern, Well-built, 6-Roouicd W.B. House for removal, New Stove, 3 Tanks. Sale at Throo o'clock. GH1LTERH BOWLING CLUB. rjpHE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING A of tho above will be held at the Hall, Cbiltorn, on THURSDAY EV EMNG NEXT, October 8, at 8 o'clock. BusinessHoeeivo lU-poit and Balance Sheet, Election of Oilieor, and General. Mombera and intendmt! members are cor dially invited to uttond. J. A. GUINL1NGTON. Hou. See. Patriotic Meeting at Howlong. A PUBLIC MEETING will bo hold at the SCHOOL OF AKTS, HOWLONG, on SATURDAY (TO-MORROW), October .1. at 8 n m., to doviso ways oud means of nui{ the fund. W. MUHUOCK Pres.. dent Howlong Progreas Association, Con vcuor. RUTHERGLEN RAGES. OCT OB Ell 2'ind and 33rd, HI 14. TWO DAYS-£'200 PRIZE MONEY. ENTRIES CLOSE 1'Jth OCTOBER. ! I'rogrammo on application to T. DHENKN, i Secre...

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, OCTOBER 2, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 2 October 1914

ESTAnLlSHF.il 185',) With which are Incorporated Thk OVENS ; CONSTITUTION and MURRAY- GAZRrrr.. PuBMsnsK Kvbkv Fkiuav Mohnino FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, l'Jl I, Whilst transacting sumo business at tho Barnawartha railway statiuii last .week Mr Jas Hyaii was about (u ul<r .his hoist) out, uf tliu gig win: i it, was suddenly startled. It bull ml uvci the fence, taking Llic gig with it, and careering down the r.md collided " with one of tho street true*, overturn 'ing the vehicle, which was slightly "diuj;<gal, but the burse u^aped injury. Till! rainfall togi-ite.red by the Fkdkhai, Standard olliee gau«e (or the month of September was 80 points (the lowest since »'» have kept 'J1'' re-curds) >10 compared \yi<li :i.:>.-5ins tor I'Jl.'i. Fur the nine months of tin; present year 11.-l-r»itis have been rt!l;"r' ded against iH ."Wins for th" similar term last year. AH a result of the dry season ;iyricu 1 turalisLs will lose heavily their crops will be much bel...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Death of an Old Colonist. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 2 October 1914

Death of an Old Colonist. On Wednesday the death of MrB Ann Maria E'lton, relict of the late James Eatou, took place at her residence at the head o£ the Hibernian Lead, Ru'hernlen. The deceased lady was 90 years of aye. She was a native of County Tipperary, Ireland, aud arrived in Victotia whin a yoiini; womai', and proceeded to the Ui-ichworth district. At the ami of l!3 she was married to ihe late Janus Eaton, 57 years nun, at B ccliwnri h The hue James Eaton was orie of the Woolahfd bosses at the time Cuiueron'a horse was shod with gold. On the discovery of the Ruther glen uoldtields the late James Eaton and his wife settled in Ruthertjlen 1'he husband first followed mining, and then settled on the land and established a home where his widow coutinued to live. There were four children, two daughters and two sons, the latter being deceased some years. -" Sun

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 2 October 1914

THE STANDARD FAMILY MEDI CI JSE. Throughout Australasia Dr Morse's Indian Bout Pills are a household re medy, and the antidote for common ailments. In thousands of homos iho little amber bottle is Iho sole uiedicino chest, for whatever I lie complaint, the bowels must liu kept free, and the process by which the Bli od is purilied must ho stimuhiied to throw oil' 'he poitons in the Blood, which is the cause of all dia e*?e, and many a Borinus illness may be prevented hy the ti.neiy use of these Ptlis, checking tho disonae in its primary Btaue. Dr Morse's re purely vegetable. They are a perfect blood puritier, and a fftfennd Beliable Remedy for Biliousness, Constipation, Indigestion, Headaches, Sallow Complexion, Liver and. Kidney Troubles, Piles, Pimples, Boils and Blotches, and for Female Ailments. Nearly One Million Bottles sold an Dually >n Australasia. NOTEPAPER Headings, Ladies' and Gents' Visiting Cards, Invitation Cards, etc-> executed with neatness at the Fbdbbai. STAND...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GAZETTE. Crown Lands Available. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 2 October 1914

THE GAZETTE. Crown Lands Available. The undermentioned areas are avail abl . for application up Lu Wednesday, Oc ober 1 1th Ci unty Bogong, parish Lilliput, lGn, £2 10s per acre in north of puiisli (f,rfeited by J. Elliott), two miles frjm Hutherglen. Land Temporarily Reserved from Sale. Chiltem West (Curnishtown.)-Site for a Statu school, also exempted from occupition for mining purposes or for residence or business under any miuer'. right or business license, la 3r 31p, county Bot'ong, parish Chiltern. Transfer Approved. National Trustees, Executors and Agency Co, Ltd. (as executors Mat thew Dodd), lilia., (Jiirlyle ; transferer, J. E. Blampied. Application for Grant Approvid. Eliza M'Aneney, I3a Or 8p, (Joora inadda Lease Doclarbd Void. John Elliott, 15a 3r 6p, Lilliput License Approved. Michael P. Gavan, 10a or op, (Jhil tern West. The gi eat charm of marriage, as of life its-lf, is its unexpeo edness. The only way to test a man is to marry him. No nice girl wants to be married ...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
French Women and the Harvest. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 2 October 1914

French Women and the Harvest. Except in the extreme south of France the harvest hud not been gathered at tlie outbreak of hostilities Its destruction would represent to France a loss of J300,000,000 in mere money. M. Viviani, President of the Council, addressed to the women of France an appeal, in thu course of which he said : - " The departure for the front of all t ilOKK who fit li ntiln to bn/ir jirrua ImH paralysed the work of the fields. The harvest is incomplete, and the day ot the vintage is ut har.d. In the name of the Government of the Republic, in the name of the whole nation behind it, I appeal to your patriotic energy and to that of tho children, whos^ aye alone, and uot their courage, debars them from the combat, i ask of you to complete the harvest of this year, and to prepare for that of the next. You could uot render to your country a greater service. It iu not. for your own sakes, but for your country's sake, that I make this appeal to your hearts. Up thr u, women o...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 October 1914

SICK HKADACUE. WOMEN SUBJECT TO FREQUENT THROBBING BURSTING HEADS. " I was rocommendod by a relative to try Dr Mot'Be's Indian Hoot Pillf," writes Mm Maud Lung, of lf> Albion street, Brunswick East, Molbourne, " being .i ijreat nufferor from Biliousness. At times mv heAd WHS so bad that I oonld not bold it up, with sches constantly throbbing, and in my pilgrlmaeo foi health nr a ruopito fro.il these periodical Bilious Attacks, I look many medicines ill vain. Dr Morte's Indian Root Tills released nib from my former attacks, they nmdo mo wall quickly, and I can verify that they banish Biliousness after a few doses. I am never without them in my home, and ilioy provo onr family medi cine whenever nccessary. You can use this testimony, as 1 consider them a re liable medicine." There'o many a causo. Men aro not often troubled tiy headaches. When they are it is generally due to Biliousness or Indigestion. Bat women have head nchea which seem peculiar to their sex, frequent throbbing he...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WIT AND WISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 October 1914

\\TT AND WISDOM. ;_A pretty woman is far more danger cifBjto herself than she is to anybody else, there is no discretion in a dimple. That is, I suppo.s", why so many women have them. When a man starts out to woo it doesn't follow'that ho intends to wod. : Matrimony is a bittor brew unleBS it stroncly sweetened by the sugar of other loves. No woman has ever said a nico thiug about another woman - and meant it. . No woman is just what a man thinks hrr-eithur quite so good ur quite BO bad. Wlicn a man talks about a girl as thn last one in the world ho would think of marrying, you can be quifo «urn she is the first. Every nimi carries ail altar (in shrined in his heart ; but the woman upon it varies A man's two chief creditors aro his tailor and his wife. Funny thiiiL'! Of tno oviln wo always choose tint urn; with the skirt. With sonic marriage is a necessity, with some a luxuiy, but with some merely a b id habit Life is a compromise between fata and fres will. Man's stimulant is drink...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 October 1914

Fob? Sale. F«D32 JSEMOVAL f 81\YOKOOMKl> WKATHKHHOAKD 1- COTTAdK in k'ood order. Apply, MHS .IAS. t'.CY, Conncss Street,. \\fANTKl> - A Good (iKN'KKAL * * KKIIYANT fur small adult fiiNo balcinu or collars. Wages l.'i p-r wrvk. Apply. MKK M. MCK IMIV, llrocklesbv. via Howloni,'. GHILTERN HEW CEMETERY. 'J KNI>I\KS are invited Tor the Supply 1 of (ill Cubic Yards of HI I.I, CAW VKIi delivered in the North end of thu the Chiltern New Cemetery. Tenders will be received on or ln-fore TUCKS PAY, ir.th October. l'.U (. ti. K. MKAI). Secrelary. OVENS ELECTORATE. To the Electors. LADIKS ANJ> GUNTI.KMKN, LHAVK the honor to announce that 1 shall a^ain place my services u your disposal uuil ask for a renewal of your confidence at the forthcoming l^lec tion for the State Parliament. During the period I have occupied the Heal for the Ovens I have endeavored lo promote the interests of all classes 'n the Community and all parts of the District. Kespcctfullv soliciting ;i continuance of ...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PATRIOTIC MEETING AT HOWLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 October 1914

PATRIOTIC MEETING AT HOWLONQ. A public meeting was held in I lie Literary InsMtu'e hall on Saturday last to form a branch of tbo Patriotic Fund. The convener of the meeting (Mr W. Murdoch), Pivsidi-nt. of . lie Progress Association, occupied tbo chair. The ehfitrmm addressed the m etin2 and tjavo reasons why such action should be taken and Movvlon; fu low on the same lines as other to«-n cen tres, and then declared t.lm meeting open for discussion on the question. He also informed the meetina that Mr J. .Smith, of Sunbury, had generously donated 100 guineas to the sUi'lin;; of the fund's list. iMi'I) Reid moved, and Mr (joe seconded, and supported by Or Leahy, i hut l his meeting form a branch of tlio Patriotic Fund in Howlong to help and alleviato the distress now caused by this frightful war, that thoso pre sent form a committee, with powi r to udd, and that the ladies of that town and district form a committee of their own. The motion was carried uiously. It waa thfn decided on t...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BARNAWARTHA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 October 1914

BARNAWARTHA RIFLE CLUB. The following communications were received by the Chilternshiro council at its meeting 011 Monday from tins Barnawurtha Rifle Club and the Supervisor of Rille Clubs : - " LJarnuwnrtha, October 0, l'Jl-1. The President and members Chiltern Coun cil. GENTLEMEN,-We have received tliu enclosed letter from the Defence department, asking if the council would abject to (lie riile range on the Lidy Franklin Reserve being excised for rills shooting purposes. As the Defence department will not spend any money for improving the range without having some security of tenure we trust your council will riot object to ti e request. As we only use the range for a few hours on S 1 turday afternoons the lessee would not he inconvenienced in any way, and ,is we do not require the range fenced oil', only secured to us in ciiiii tho reserve mi^ht be sold at miy lime, we trust you will accede to t.) tho department's n quest. Thank ing you iu anticii ation,- We remain, etc. E. J. BA...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
How to Injure Your Town [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 October 1914

How to Injure Your Town Bun it down to visitors. Go to other places for your supplies.' Look sorry when a stranger talks to yotljof buying property in it. iieluso to sett merit in any schema unless you are " big-dog" in it. : Don't invest. Show your distrust byre» fusing to lay out any money in it. Lot your tongue wag idly about yonr neighbor, without knowing the facts. Cut those whom in your vanity yon Ihink beneath you, and split up into classed |and cliques. liefuso to advertise in your local paper and to give it your printing orders to execute* People sum up your town from its advertise* ment sheet. The nyou will offautually damn' your tuwD aud district.

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