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Beechworth Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914

Beechworth Directory. .; ";,»V MSIN TO.:. ? Federal Electorate: Tndi Representative, Mr Corneliua Joseph Ahern. State Electorate : Ovens Representative, Hon. A. A Biillson ; returning-officer, F. H. Mackay; deputy, Cliflbrd H. Webb ; electoral registrar, H. ±i. McDonald ~ " " -* n,. r \7 T\:a_ Municipality ot ±Jeecnwortn: riesiueuv, vi ju. ». j_<iuey Councillors: -J. Lowe, Vandeuberg. V. "Wooding, J Ferguson, T. G. Ferguson, H. J. Jarvis, B. O'Neill, VV. 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, S. Birtles The Council meets an first Friday in each month at 11 a.m. at.fche. Council Chambers. Police Magistrate, Warden and Coroner, Alfred Aldridg Kelley ; Clerk of Courts and Receiver and Paymaster, H. R. McDonald; Justices of the Peace, J. Ingrain, J, Fletcher, W. J. Bowen, J. Armstrong, H. Vandeuberg, d! Skinner, A. A. Bill son, T. G. Ferguson. ~ "Pinnio . Sp...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNIVERSITY EXTENSION LECTURES. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION LECTURES. PUBLIC MEETING. A. ? public mooting of ?&<>» inter - 06tod in -the continuance o£ the course of University Extension Lectures in Beechworth was held at tho Town Hall on Friday, evening. There was a very, large attendance of ladies ajnd gentlemen, over 50 being present* and Mr. E. W. Travis, chairman of last year's committee, was voted to the choir. An apology was tendered on behalf of Dr. Hollow. Tho Chairman explained the ob jects of the meeting. Judging 'iy. the attendance that evening there seemed to bo no doubt as to tho lec tures being1 again held- He called oin Mr. Wyatt, the hon. secretary, to read the report on last year's lec tures. Mr. Wyatt read tho report an fol lows: "Tho committee of the above cen tre begs to report that a very -suc cessful segsioa wafc 'held during the year 1913 "First Lecture.-Tho firat lecture of the series was given' in tho Towjn Hall by Dr. Leach on 'Birds of A as-, tralia.' It was illustrated b...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GARDENING NOTES. PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914

GARDENING NOTES. PESOS. Tho advice given last month for spraying should bo followed, par ticularly where any soil emulsions or washes arc to be used. Orchards will benefit if an attack is now made upon tho codlin moth.1 All ?hiding places, nooks and crannies] wherever the larvae have hidden, should bo thoroughly searched and cleaned out The orchardist has far more time now to do this work, than he will have in tho spring time GENERAL WORK. Drainage systems should now bo extended with as little loss of time. ? I New planting areas should be pre-1 parod, and subsoiled or trenched i wherever possible THE OROHABfr-CULTIVATION j Cultivation should be well on the way by this time. The ploughing should be advanced, so as to leave plnnty of time for other work. The ; autumn ploughing may be as" rough i as possible, taking care to plough to I the trees, so that the drainage furrow 5s left between the rows. VEGETABLE GARDEN. ?Weeds must bo kept down in the j vegetable garden. Weeds are gen-1 ...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLACK SWANS EAT GRASS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914

BLACK SWANS EAT] GRASS. SoWors in the vicfaity of the Oippa Vand Lakes complain of damage done to tho grass by tho thousands of black swans that are to be seen in that locality. . ? . | The.birds have a voracious appetite for grass, which grows rank and suc culent on the morass land so greatly favoured by pastoralists aid dairy-; mm. The swAn has a b II like a double sawblade, and tho feeding ca pacity of an ostrich. But the great objection to it from a farmer's point of view is that it fouls the land on which it "grazes," to such an extent that cattle, sheep, and horses avoid it Mr P. Collins, a settler on the Heart Estate-a fertile tract of coun try, stretching from Sale to Lake Wellington-urges Mr J. W. M'Lach lan, M.L.A.. to use his influence to have the black swan removed from Ihe'list of protected birds. On his 40-aero paddock 'Mr Collins Bays he has seen 10,000 swans tearing up and eating the grass. He sug gests that swan-eggers, as those who illicitly gather the eggs are cal...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SUFFRAGETTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914

THE SU FFUAGETTE3. A "sympathy'' meeting: was held m . tne vicinity of the Treasury on Mon- | day night in connection with the >. suffragette militant campaign in Eng-1 land, and the various speakers made | a belated attempt to justify the ou" ragcous conduct of some fit the women I in the old country who are desirous of liavinir the franchise extended to thorn. It is apparent from recent' cablegrams that the people of Eng"- | land are frettinir both weary and ; M?rv at the actions of the suffra- ; gates, and there is not much chance of evoking support as regards theso . women here. Even if their Aua-. Italian sisters were inclined to con- i dune and find excuse for the pranks played by them, they would And It Difficult to understand how the mere refusal of ,a vote threw them into j such frenzied fits of rage and desper- ; wion. Women in Australia have ttie vot> for both Federal and State candidates, but numbers of them never trouble to exercise it-any more ta do thousands of ...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HIGHER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, BEECHWORTH. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914

HIGHER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, BEECSHWORTH fib the Editor). Sr.-In a recent issue Of the 'Orens Register" Councillor Cluno, o! l'aekandandah, is reported to have twitted Beechworth residents "that co effort had been made" by them to provide board for boys and girls attending- the local schools. This statement is not correct, and I foel sure that Mr Giune will bo pleased to know that many months ago a list of residents or the town M'hc- were prepared (o board children from out-lying- districts at reasonable .rates was obtained. Any person requiring- board in ieechworth for children wishing to attend the Higher Elementary School should communicate with the writer, or '.vitli Mr K. W'. Armitag-e, the District Inspector of Schools, who has long taken a-deep, interest in this matter. ? Education.'at. the H.B.S. is free it is practically the sarru: as that given at fl- Hiu'h School, wliilc the studinb have; the additional a<ivant nrp.-of Iwing -tsdjneil-.vin*.;. drawing i aim 'scien...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914

THE RAINFALL. 'Following ara the records of ths rainfall since,the year 188 2: 1884 i If 85 0 32 C 16 0 96 2 95 4 20 2 09 3 66. 4 74 1 76 4 19 2 60 1 40' 0 37 1 69 1 83 1 01 2 64 i 21 2 48 3 65 3 14 4 47 1 65 0 85 1 85 0 16 1 30 1 84 2 60 3.39 0 67 2.22 2 13 2 2a 3 58 1 37 .29 07 ' 27 99 23 24 1 32 2 84 1 32 1 93 » 12 3 90 1 26 2 29 6 45 1 45 1 25 2 11 1S5« 0 «£ 0 43 1 35 4& ' a 36 6 34 2 05 4 36 f 82 A " 4 64 1 H 3 89 4 74 3 51 2 14 ; a 18 6 30 - 2 07 4 01 2 34 6 00 : 3 20 2 83 2 74 0 61 0 77 3 68 3 18 2 94 1 69 3. 01 0 52 0 47 7 05 2 44 2 96 0- 08 3 51 8 51 7 77 ] i» B 46 & 40 2 64 2 74 0 50 0 02 2 96 2 78 1 68 2 15 5 38 4 79 3 84 2 57 4 30 3 41 3 33 4 79 0 02 3 16 2 06 1 27 4 01 4 46 . 2 '65 1 52 ? 2 49 2 78 C 59 28 24 31 75 44 82 0 66 1 03 0 25 2 90 3 77 2 41 3 05 5 60 3 85 2 76 S 42 . 1 70 gl 40 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 5 15 5 50 3 6? 4 46 6 69 0 43 3 60 1 38 2 34 1 66 3 60 2 33 4 47 1 55 3 7S 2 4 2 04 ...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS BEECHWORTH TO YACKANDANDAH [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS BEECHWORTH TO YACJKANDANDAH On Mondays and Wednesdays a train I leaves Beechworth at 2.40 p.m. and teacher Yackandandab at 3.20. On Tbaraaya a train leaves Beeohworth 10.3 a.m. and arrives at Yackandaudah 10.42 a.m. .EVERTON TO YAOKANDANDAH AND BACK. On Thursdays only a sized ttaia leave Everton (or Yackandaudah at 8.66 a,m reaches Beechworth' ai 9.43 a.nu, leave* ,Bt«cbworth aS10.3 a.m., reaches Yackan daudah at 10.42 and leaver at 11,45 (or Beeohworth arriving at 12.36 and at 1.11. arrives at Everton, YAOKANDANDAH TO MELBOUBNE On Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturday (only) a mixed train leaves Yackandandab at .7.0 a.m. and arrives at. Beechworth at 7.61. It leaves Beeohworth at H..10, reacbe Wangaratta at 9.18, and catching the ex press at Wangaratta at 9.3S reaches Me) bourne at 1,50. BEEOHWORTH TO MELBOUBNE. A train leaves Beechworth daily at 8. >0 a.m., leaves Everton ai 8.45 a.m., Beocn worth Junction at 9.10 a.m, and ar rives at Wangaratta at 9...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. FEDERAL BANK OPENED. Ballarat, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914

LATEST INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. .federal bank OPENED. , Ballirat, Monday. ' . A branch ol tho Commonwealth pjnk, tor both general and savings ' business, was opened in the public otfioes this ' rtiorning by Cr J. JSrokenshire, the mayor. BREAD PRICE DEBATED. Melbourne,. Monday. That day work and increased wages {or bakers will mean a higher price for bread has become the general opinion, but the master bakors have not yet decided to increase tho price, and thoy may not do so for soma time. ELEVEN POTATOES STOLEN. For having stolen potatoes valued at sixpence, the property of the Mel bourne Harbour Trust, George Wil liams was sentenced at. the City Court to-thy to thr«e days'; imprisonment iWiiliams soid that bo had been drinking. GOVERNOR-GENERAL LOST. Owing to a misunderstanding no one met tho Governor-General arid his party, whon they arrived at the Show grounds on Saturday after noon, and Sir Ronald Munro-Fergu »n had the unpleasant experience of being lost in the large crowd. that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914

MICHAEL P. RYAN BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR Ford Street, Beech worth NEIT B'\xk or T'.ctcia. MACKAY & NORMAN BARRISTERS AN: SOLICITORS JBeechwortb, Yackandandak and Myrtleford. HONEY TO LEND IN ANY SUMS ST. ANNE'S PRIVATE HOSPITAL^^tered. JiEDIOAT,, SORGICAT, k MIDWiFKEY PAlIENTS TAKEN. Proprietress-Miss BEIfRY Telephone 6fi T-.cure THAT COLD BONNMGTONS IRISH MOSS .NEVER FAIL?.

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BEHOLD, I MAKE All THINGS NEW." [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914

* EHOLD, I MAKE All 1 THINGS NEW." * Text: "Behold I make «11 thim j»»« (Revelation, xxi., 5.) He said: The Bible intimate* ttfaat the seven days o£ the ordinary week are typical of eeven great days, each a thousand years long. Thus St. Peter de clares that a day with the Lord ib aa a thou sand years. At the beginning of tnan'6 week he was Jjerfcct, as repre sented in Father Adam; but disobedi ence to the Creator brought upon him the curee, ,,Dyin* ehalt die." Under that curse our race been steadily going downward nitnullv morally and physically to the tomb-thj Bible heli-Sheol. Hades. iIan "niggled ia win against ti. curse lo-iuy our race is assailed by mow ailments and weaknesses, mental, moral and physical, than were ever kaown More n,^io g1i Penitentiaries. asylums, hoj.' pitals all bear testimony to this /act tne morals ot the world are apparently a' as low a state as could well be imagined' alter ail our preaching, after all our mm facture oi hobgoblins, devils and adls K frig...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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DISTRICT COURTS PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914

DISTRICT COURTS PETTY SESSIONS. Beechworth, daily. Benalla, daily. Bethnnga, every Wednesday. Chiltern, every Monday, Wednes day and Friday. Eldorado, every Wednesday. Rutherglen, every Tuesday and Friday. Tnllangatta, every Wednesday. Wodonga, every Thursday. Wangaratta, daily. Wabguuyan, every second Friday. .

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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Chiltrn & Geelong Times Published Every TUESDAY and FRIDAY. at Chiltern. TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1914. FEDERAL ISSUES. Legislators at Play. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914

(P'JfriLk g " Ioi'fi SPiinrs ' Published Every TUESL-aT and FRIDAY. . at Ohiltern. TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1914. ' FEDERAL ISSUES. Legislators at. Play. .Beyond all; doubt the Federal Par liament stands lower ju public esteem than it did. fTo a certain extent its fall was inevitable. No church, no society, no organisation ever did, OF ever will do, alj .that enthusiasts expected when they foun:I it. More over at the outset, each of the Slates gent tlie ablest or its politicians to one or other of tho Commonwealth Houses. Men like Bartan, Brad don, JJeakin, Kingston, Piayfoixl, iteM, and Turner were removed by pro motion to the Beneli, sickness, death or other happening, t'lere were no Stato members of the same calibre to tike ttieir place. Moreover, men of mark ouLs.de Parliament had begun to rcaliss tnat to spend the greater part of the year in a political capital remote from their homes, means com plete sacrifice of business or pro-' fessional interests. But from time to time, and notabl...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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CONDENSATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914

CONDENSATIONS. Charged with unlawfully assault ing his daughters aged 14 and 12, Christopher Phillipson, a settler at Shepparton, has been committed for trial at Shepparton Supreme Court on 15th September. At Benalla police court a boy named W. Schofleld, 18, was fined 5s for setting oil crackers without the permission of the police author ities Under the auspices of tho Victorian Bush Nursing Association Nursa Ma guirc has taken up her residence at Mitta Mitta. . Under a new Temperance Act in Scotland the hotels do not open till af.'er 10 a.m. Several hundred men in Glasgow have already refused to go to work until the hotels open in time for them to buy drink for break fast SPECIAL SALE.-Gold Bangles, overy design. No raasonable offer rofusod at WOODIXG'3. At a meeting held in St. Patrick's Catncdral, Melbourne, on Sunday night £3G,800 was promised in sub scriptions towards the establishment of a Catholic College in connection witli the Melbourne University. Chiltern people are abo...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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Our Melbourne Letter BRACE OF GOVERNORS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914

Our Melbourne Letter BRACE OP GOVERNORS. Tho recent, departure of Lord Don man and Sir John Puller from their respective governments has left us to make acquaintance with their suc I jccssors, Sir Ronald Munro-Ferguson ? and Sir Arthur Stanley, The latter gentleman has, of course, been in ' Victoria for some months and has. undoubtedly made a good impression since he would appear to be more than ordinarily capable, while as to his painstaking qualities there can be little doubt The new Governor General .made his first appearance at the Queen's Hall the other day where he was welcdmed by the members of . tho Federal Parliament. The occasion ! was somewhat unusual. Members , of the House of Representatives had I been up all night and were looking . forward to another battle. On the judgment of the stranger with, whom they were making acquaintance .for , the first time the political fates of parties will in a few months depend 1 and, therefore, every member of that gatnering was anxiou...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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BEECHWORTH BRANCH A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914

BEECHWORTH BRANCH A.N.A. | Tiio quarterly .summoned,,meeting of Beechworth Branch A^N.A.'/waa held in the Town Hall committee room on Tuesday, May 26. Present: Mr M. Rddes, vioc-presidont (in the chair) and a.largo number of mem bers and visitors. The minutes of the previous meet ing' were read and confirmed. From Board of Directors enquiring whether tfio roeent action of the Government in regard to St. John's fWort was deemed satisfactory by the branch which had a recommen dation to tho conference on the sub ject On the motion of Mr Gillies, se conded by Mr Bowon, it was decided to reply that the methods proposed were satisfactory but urging- prompt application of th»m. Dr. Hollow, drew attention to tho spread of onion weed in the district. At Kew it had necessitated all pas ture land being ploughed up. From Metropolitan Committee, ask ing for copy of next syllabus not later than June 13. , The election of officebearers re sulted as follows :-President, Ven. Archdeacon Potter, M.A....

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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COUNTY COURTS. BEECHWORTH— [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914

COUNTY (DOUBTS. I BEECHWORTH Thursday, May 28. Tuesday, August 4. Thursday, October 1. BENALLA .Tuesday, February 34. ^Wednesday, April 1. Tuesday, July 7. Tuesday, September I. Wedneaday, November 4. BRIGHT Tuesday, April 7. Thursday, November 26. CHIT/TERN Tuesday, May 26. Thursday, August 6. Tuesday, November 24. WANGARAUTA ? Tnursday, April 2. "Wednesday, June 24. Thursday, September 3. Thursday, December 3. WODONGA Tuesday, February 24. Thursday, May 14. Tnursday, August 27. fliursday, November

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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FOOTBALL. BEECHWORTH V MILAWA. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914

FOOTBALL. BEEOIIWORTH. V MILAWA. . When a football team enters the . field expecting to be defeated, they aro seldom disappointed.. Upon the ?Malawi and Beechworth teams' lining up at Raaimutha Park on Saturday they were to all appearances well matcned. It was thought locally that the visitors would perhaps out last tho Beechworth team as they were reported to have had some practice whereas the home team had never b.-en together before. In fact they were two men short up to the last moment. > From tho bounco Milawa worked the ball forward and Duke Gardner, their captain, scored a behind. Beechworth then made an attack and Ottroy marked from Miller and scored a goal. Eadie followed with a behind and Hoberts with a snap shot hit tho top of the post. Youl den continued the attack and added a behind, and Roberts from another snap shot scored a goal. Milawa then reversed the position! but Miller tan the ball HWay tuirl it came quickly up tho field, and Roberts tried a running shot and...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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AN EMPIRE DAY INCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914

AN EMPIRE DAY INCIDENT In connection with Empire Day, a regifttablo incident transpired at ClunL-8, where the senior cadets wero invited to St. Paul's Church' to a special service by the vioar-the Rev 1. 0 .Reynolds. The invitation was not availed of and the rev. gentle man made some very strong remarks from the pulpit on the absence of "the lads fnjm the pews. But surely the very essence of an invitation' is the fact that it is loft to the'person invited to accept or reject it, and the fact of one adopting the latter course is not, as a rule, taken ex ception to, unless it is connected wit'h surroundings that are manifestly insulting or rudo. It looks as if the clergyman in question thought tho cadets were pretty well bound,, to come to the Empire Day service, but thore is nothing in the compulsory training about such an obligation whatever. We see it constantly mentioned in the press that tho Governor invited certain public men to dinner, but they, did not accept his hospitality, ...

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