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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 October 1914

I'KOMPT RELIEF. THREAD WORMS EXPELLED FROM BRISBANE CHILD BY COM STOCK'S "DEAD SHOT" WORM PELLETS. Mrs H. Campbell, Corbett-stroot, West End, Brisbane, writes :-" My littio pirl ayed livo yeura, Buffered from Thread Worms for some months. I took her to the doctor, who prescribed a ayrup, but found it did not do much good, as the symptoms etlU remaiued. I saw Com stock b " Dead Shot" Worm Pellets adver tised, and procured a box, which proved very effectual. Thoy groatly relieved her, and alio immediately seemed to lose all Inco of iho (rouble. The dry cough and the restlesmiefs at niahtnnd tho oilier Byinp'oi'.is left her, and she is now in splendid health. You .nay use this as you wish as a testimonial." CuinBtock H '' Doad Shot" Worm Pel lets are a purely vegetable medicinal preparation for the eradication of Worms in children and adults. For salo by all chemists and siorekeepors, priuo 2s ,1d per packet or will he Bent poai paid at tho samo price hy The W. 11 Cumstock Co., L'd., 2...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 October 1914

BOWLING. Thu ollieial opening of Ihu Kutlior slen bowling green was celebrated un Wednesday last. (jA-iiu' to a similar function being held at Uorowa, the uuiuber uf visitors was small, mid Chiltern was the only outside club represented. The Mayor (Dr Bush) otliciilly declared the green open. J]is Busli threw (he first j ick and Mrs Harris the tint bowl. A novelty tournament was subsequently held, the priM being seemed by .Mr R Heady. Afternoon tea was provided by thu ladies ami oil thu whole every thing passed oil' well. The membt rs of the Cliillern bowl ing club have decided to send their iiowls to .Melbourne to I.e tested in order to allow I hem to take part in the Pidgin shield cempetition. Thu Chiltern green, considering the dry weather, looks very well indeed, and promises to be A1 for opening day. A untch has been arranged by Cbiltern with Euroa for November IS, picnic day.

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A WAR GUIDE WORTH GETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 October 1914

A WAR GUIDE WORTH GETTING. A Hood of publications on the war has began to How in from overseas, but mi Australian publisher Ims succeeded in issuing (lie best sixpenny war publication of (hem nil, in the form of '' Life's War Guide." Tho second i:-sue of "Life's War Guide" is on sale everywhere for six pence. It answers some hundreds of war queries, jjives many pictures, and includes an S page war atlas. Among its t!I pages will to found such spi-cial as "Six Weeks' Fi?jilting," by Dr 1'irchett : " What is the hitting Power of a Battleship i" ; "A Study of Sir John French" ; " Who Lead the Gur niau and the French i" ; " What bap pens to prisoners of War ?" etc. Every reader vybo takes an intelli Sent interest in the war should cet Nos 1 and 2 of "Life's W«r Guide" now on sile locally-and Nos 3 and I win n published this niou'h. If un obtainable, send -Is Id in btamps or postal note to " Life." .'S76 Swanstoti street, Melbourne. Simply state : "Send the four numbers of ' Life's War G...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 October 1914

WEDDING. "UON'OGllUE-XIXON, On Wednesday, 7th October, tho Rev. P. Hickey, united ;it .St. Mnrv's Chapel, (Jorowa, Daniel, son of Mr iind Mrs D. Dotiu!>hu(>, Brown's Plains, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs bain Nixon, of Oaklauds. Tlio bride, who was froeked in ereme Oharineuse silk nnd wore the cus toinary wreath and veil, entered tho chapel on the win of her brother, and w. s intended I')' her sis'er as brides maid. She carried a prayer book, the yift of lh>* brideyrooui. A brotl^rof Mr Donuj;hue's ac'ed as best man. TItk party motored from the chapel to Vincent's Koynl Hotel, where tlm wedding breakfast win partaken of and the usual loasts honoied. After the ceremony, the happy couple left by the midday train for Sydney, where ihe honeymoon will lie spent prior to their ruturnii t; to their home near Lueldiurt. Thi' bride's traveliini; dress was a blue cloth tailor made coat and skirl, with hat en suiLe.

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DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 October 1914

DISTRICT COURTS. I'KTTY HKKSIONH. Beech worth-Daily Beimlhi~ Daily Bothnnga-Every Wedneaday^ Chilterii-Evory Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Eldorado-Evory Wednesday, Kiewu-Firat Wed. each month Myrtloford-Every Friday. Rutherylen-Every Monday, Wed« nopduy, and Friday TallangHUft-Evory Wednosday Wodonga-Every Thuraday Wangaratta-Daily Wah«;unyab-Evory second Friday, Yackandandah-Every Monday. K'JPltKMK COURTS. BeoehworlU-Tuesday, November 'J4 Beualla-Tuesday, October 20 Sheppartou-Tuesday, September 10 UKNERAL SKSSIONH, Beeohworth-Thoraday, October 1 Benatla-Wedneaday, November 4 Wnngaratia-Thursday, December '3 COUNTY (JOUKTH. Beechworth- Thursday, October 1 Beimlla-Wednesday, November 1 Bright-Thursday, November 20 Chiltern-Tuesday, November 24 Wani*atatU\-Thursday, December 3 Wodonga TlIROA H AFKKCrriON.S AND 110AKHKNE3S. All suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will bo agreeably surprised at the almost immediato relief afforded by the tisc of ' Brown's Bronchial...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rainfall Records at Chiltern. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 October 1914

.Rainfall Records at CHiltern. Yimr 1887 1888 188'J 1890 1891 189-2 18!):S 1894 1890 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1901 1905 190G 1907 1908' 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 l'oinla 3717 1851 44 38 2457 2007 2348 3025 4078 2127 2348 ' 1927. 2704 2387 2801 2174 1073 2729 2648 2553 3329 .1809 2234 2025 2109 2(517 2403 2309 i:> 87 88 83 94 84 117 89 88 92 92 100 120 110 77 121 99 . 118 101 69 rlOi 111 116 111 96 98 AN Ojjj Xvuiusk you ohiuhikn.-? Mrs Wiuslow'a Soothing syrup" for Chiltlroi. Teething. Should nhvayB be med for UhiMren while Teething, It Soothes the Child, Softens the Hums, Allays all Fain, Cures Wirnl Colic and is the liest Komedy for Diarrhoea. Directions for Using Mus Winslow'S SooTiiiMi Hvitur.-Kor a child undci one month old, 6 tw 10 drops ; three months old, half a leaspoonful ; an mouths old and upwards, a tenspoonful three or four times a day. Kor Diarihooa, repent the abovo dose every two hours, until the character of; the discharges is changed for the bette...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
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CAULFIELD CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 October 1914

CAULFIIfLD CUP. Tliu folluwin: is ;i list tin: pro bable starters and liders for tin: Caul Held Cup In bo run to-morrow (Sa'urday) : - Bt 111 lion Ton (IV. Lewis)... ... 8 11 Aurifer(W. H McLachlan) ... 8 9 Sir Alwynton (A Wood) ... 8 'J Rathlea (H. Cairns) ... 8 8 Unelu .S.nu (J. K tersliank) ... 8 7 Sylvanniore (J. Kedfern) ... 8 I Aunn Carlovna (J. Killorn) ... 8 I! Aleconner ( L. Fisher) ...81 First Principle (W. Birnett)... S 1 Euliulus (\V. Smnr ) ... 7 11 Owen Hoe (C. Bolton) ... 7 7 Greek Fire (G. Lirnbe ') ... 7 7 Mintstonu (W. Miuter) ... 7 f> Meritrs (G. Katon) ... 7 o St Carwyne (A. Shannhtui) ... 7 1 Hush Money (15. linker) i ... (5 13 Gladwyn(li. (Juiii)- ... 6 13 Mirabilito (0. Hinger) ... G 13 Garlin (A. Cal'inan) (i 9 Winston ... ... ... G 9 Coit O'.Muil (W. Hintkb) . ... G 7 Anticipations of the various paper? for (lie Caulfield Cup aro as under :-. The " Austt ulasian"-St Curwyne or Undo Sam, and Anna Carlovna and Aleconner as likely place ijet'ers. Tlie Sydney...

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CHILTERN SCHOOLS EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 October 1914

LUILTBRN SCHOOLS EXCURSION. A ujuu t i ti of '.In: coin mill' u of ilui abovu was held at lliu town hall, Cliiltcrn, on Monday evening. Pre sent. : Messrs II. <J. Cannon (in 11m chair), T. E. Dickinson, M. Whit more, W. A. Anderson, T. J onus, J. Ferguson, J. II. Gcrrat.y, CJ. E. White head and J A. Anderson (seero'nry.) The secretary apologised £ >r the iiliHiini'i' of till* pnsideut (Mr J. llyland) who was awiy recuperatinT, it in 1 sUti'd Unit Mr Hyland would !).' pleased to accept thy position tillered hini. A lot'or wns read From Secretary Shire of Huron, stating that the people of Euroa would 1>" pleased to arrange nil matters for the picnickers and endeavor to make tin; funetiou an i nj lyablo one. Recoivod. From A. W. IJirkur, Barnawartha, thanking lliu committee f r placim; his nun- on tln> committee, and elating that lie would do all in hif power to assist in tin: movement. Ki eeived. From Victorian Railways, staling thai, a trnin would hi! provided for...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
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WAR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 October 1914

WAR NOTES. Antwerp capitulated to the Ger iii-it>s on Friclny after forty hours' fh-rre lighting.-Cable. "If the Allies were encamped on the heights of Montmartre," Napoleon told the Corps Li'Uislatis uii March 31, 1S13, "I would not surrender ono single vill>me in th» Antwerp military district." Up to the time of his abdication ho eluni; 'o Antwerp unci refused to draft a in in from its garrison. Napoleon tirsi visied Antweipin 1708, and was at once struck with its advaiuafjiy ns a base for the invasion i>f England. As so in as he became First Consul, vast sums were spent on its fortiticatious and docks, and when he fell from power "j/i .ships of the line were siWy ill Hired under it-i cannon. And Ant werp has fallen into the hands of the Germans ! The " Berliner Taijeblatt" states : - "It jvill require extraordinary exer tions to reconquer markets open to Germany before the war in the British colonies, In which our exports iiggre anted XyOU,000,000. Wh may expect these co...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 October 1914

MINING MEMS. Victoria'^ yipld of gold for Septem ber wag 32,109oz gro^B, or 30,331cz fine vnlucd at .£129,050. Compared with the yield for September of last ymr, ft decrease of 735Goz fine has occurred. The return for the last ninu months was 333,'! lOoz urosB, or 315, .I0O07. Que valued ;it X 1,339,9-1G, or a decrease of ll,'270oz tine compared with the ijuautitv won during the corresponding period of last yoir. Mr Lnylon Wells cleaned up a crushing of 3A tons of quariz at the Uoverumont bit tery, Chiltern.on Satur day, for a yield of Ikzs 7dwts. At. the Ore-it Southern Consols 157 fa'hoim of wuch were treated tor .ho fortnight for a yield of 1 IGozs The previous yield was 117ozs from 170 fathoms. The Rocky Mountain, Beechworth, had a partial clean up on Friday fiom their sluicing claim for 50o/.} The Nr. 13 weal leading drive at the Chilteru Vnlley mine has been ex tended to 33Stt west of the main cross drive. The bottom is dipping slightly. There is about 3ft of wash of a drifty ...

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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 16, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 October 1914

ifmtdarJ, J - J KSTAIil.lSHBO l.SflS) With which are Incorporated THE OVENS . CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZETTE. POBLISHJID BVBKV FRIDAY MORNING ..FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1(3. 1UH. Tllli provisions laid down by some of the 'Insurance Goiupa ies-for proposals uijder the Workers' Compensation Act l'Jl l show that those jouipauiea are fully aware of the risks which the e&ployucs of llie various businesses rUD, but at the same time they show their agents that they do not wish to run themselves iu'o my and every liability. A list issued last week to ail agent in (Jhiltern pom's out that for all risks in irked I.) proposals are liOl U> bo submitted, mid proposal? for risks marked X an- not to be solicited. Amoug those which are of interest to our readers are- 1) -Athle tic profr-ssiouals, auctioneers (travel ling), boiler-makeis (where boilers exceed three tons), bridge builders, building demolishers, chimney shaft erectors, chimney sweepers, fire brigades, fishermen, stable hands (racin...

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COMMERCIAL. Flanagan, Newman and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 October 1914

CAJftlMfc-RClAL.. Flanagan, Newman and Meters Flanagan, Newman and Co. report having * beiJ tbeir usual sheep and cattle market at ihu yard?, Wanguratti, lust Tbura day, a« fol:ows Fat sbei-p. -Wc bad a full yarding of all elates of fat sheep, but tbe yaurket was without animation, and fat sheep generally taw a decline of 2/ tj 3/ per bead oq tbe good valued ruiing at late sales. There was a good proportion of shorn sbeep in the market. Tbe butuhtrs find it impossible to bold supplies owing to tbe dry 6tatc of tbe \voatber and must necessarily be limited in their buying. Store bheep.-Practically nono in, aud a very limited inquiry indeed for tbia class of atulT. Crossbred ewes, in tbe wool, sold for Mr 12tias Martin, Hansonvilte, made 10/9; others, for uaoie owner, 13/0; shorn ewes a/c Mr K. J. Dawe, Boraltna, made 15/0; wethers a/c Mr J. M. Wood, Everton, (sh >rn) 13/L; several other lots of shorn evvts and wetbers 1 I/O to IH/:j; luinbs a/c Mr A. J. Flaw made lU/tt; others 1 )j...

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CHRISTMASTOWN V BARNAWARTHA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 October 1914

CHllMTJUSTOWN V UAKNA\V\>mU. The liiiim to represent CuriHtmastuwn Hi tlitir timti li iiuninst Harnawartlin at Christ mastown to morrow (Satunlay) will l)u chojir Irom thi! (ollinviun pincers:-W Martin, I VjiH'i-, O.its (51, T. t'rusur, C. Crosskell, T. Brien, E. Kewell, 0. Drrnen, W. 1'onlmli', W. Slattery, \V. Cleury and W. Milno. . P-t.-iutisin, dccluiin«d thfl forviil leclur-r, is tlio liackbono of thucounlty And what we havo i'> do, ladies and yentlempn, in to duvploji that buckbonu and bring it lo ilm front-.

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Items of [?]ms. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 October 1914

gtems of "Sierua. All honor, uol. without precedent but very rare in tlio Presbyterian Church, has been conferred upun Mr James Rail', of tin; Rushwoith Pres byterian Church (Ut>' of Chillern.) Aii the recent Assembly of the Presby teriaii,-;Lhnrch;otL;v Australia, Inslil ul Brisbane, ordination wis granted to Mr Ruff conditionally upon attendance for ouk ye.tr ut lectures and without having to pass'any examination at all. Tho departure from established re quirements is the recognition by tho Assembly of the highly meritorious work performed by Mr Hi IF as a Home Missionary. Alany people in this district will view with pleasure Air Riff's full ordination as a Presby terian Minister. The annual picnic held at Chiltcrn Valley last week proved to be a great success. The attendance was uood and the youngstors in particular had a right royal time. A programme of races was gone through during the afternoon and every child received a prize. The ladies provided refresh ments on their usu...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
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RUTHERGLEN V LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 October 1914

KlTHlvIKlLKN V MUK. The above teams iret ut Kuthorizlcti 1 Saturday, when the contest resulted i" draw. Scores; Kutherglon. Hnu=er, b F. Grantham Christian. u Hell, b l'\ Grantham CtKt-y, I) F. Grantham Al'inii'in, c Li'-M, b T. Yutca incoH, c and b Dell .. l>tnn;s. b Bell Howell. b F. Grantham b F. Giantham fJl-Hverf, not out Channon, b Hell Sundries, Tutiil {rir !t wickits, .. 1311 Howling-F. Gmulhato, f» wickets for 35 runs; .1. Wbelun, U for 20; W. Bell, H f:-r 27 ; M. MoCallum. 0 for 8; T. Yutes 1 for j 12 ; J. Graiitbau), 0 for It. | L-ilio, 11. UUkins, b Lnit .. .. .. 2 J. Granllmii), c Hnu^ur, b iuuoM .. 2/» Wh»:ljm, b L°tt .. .. .. 0 T. Yates, b Christian .. JH F (Jrantham. not out .. .. 4 McCallum, b Incull .. .. .. 0 Sumlrics, .. .. N Total for ,'t wioknts, .. til Uowlin^-Lntt. 2 for 18; Christian, 1 lor 17 ; Unwell, 0 fur 7 ; Mower*, 0 for li ; Ineoll, ; 2 for 5.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 October 1914

;/ DEN T1_S T R Y Geo. Vandenberg, Jun., DENTIST G. A. Payne, L.D.S. DENTIST . C. E. Donnelly, Recorded by Dental Board of Victoria, " OF MURPHY STKKET, WANGAUATTA. Mk C. E. DONNKMA- VISITS 13A11NAWAKTHA - FKIDAY, October !), .2.'!, and may bo consulted nt the Star Hotel from U a.m. to 1- noon. CHILTEKN Every Friday Afternoon and may be consulted at chemist's from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. G- E. WHITEHEAD, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR OlBce-(i i 1 mon t'h llu i It i i ii^h. Coroiuisamuor for Allidavite for Vicluriu ami N.S.W. TruBt Moiiiwa u> lend at current ratea IT< KTUOOJiS I' UilUKCH-Divine Ser J.U vice will Ijo conducted, on Sunday, under: Chilteni. 11 a. in, ti 7 p.m. Chilteru Valley, 7 |>.m. . iiarnavrarcUa, ti.m. A CAR D Xi. C. ANDERSON Mining Registrar for Indigo Division Registrar of Births and Dentlis. Standard" Office, Chiltern? SPECIALIST EXPLAINS CAUSE OF STOMACH TROUBLE. VALUABLE ADVICE TO SUFFEltEltS. " There are tunny different formd of slo much trouble," s...

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CHILTERN WATER SUPPLY. To the Editor of the Federal Standard [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 October 1914

CHILTERN WATER SUPPLY. To the Editor of the Federal Standard Silt,-In your last publication in the report of tho Chilternshiro Council meeting' a communication was read and received from tho Hon. A. A. Billson, our local parliamentary representative, that liu had availed himself of tho opportunity of referring to the efforts of the Chilternshire Council to get a satisfactory understanding regarding the control of the water supply area in the shire when tho Loans Application Bill was before tho House, lie considered it was thu proper time to urge the Pre mier to see that the desire of tho Chil tenisbire to improve tho supply should not bo obstructed by tho different depart ments interested. Ho would shortly be visiting Cbiltern and would be pleased to again go iuto the matter." Headers, no doubt, would bo led to understand that this is a now and most necessary project and one that is most urgently required for the proper maintenance of our present non-existent local water supply. See...

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DISTRICT CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 October 1914

DISTRICT CRICKET. Kollowiqcj ia tlio draw in connection with the matches to bn played during 'li" HiHuun under tlio District Aaoocia tion. Ilio matches to bo played on the lirBt named ground : October 17 Sprinoliurat v Mount Ophir Chiistiuusiown v i!f.ruawurlha lluilicriilon t Corowa B Corowa A v Lake Chiltern, h liyc Oct ober '21 Oliiltnrn v Ruthurylon Like v Chrisuuustowi) Mount Ophir v Corowa A Corown B v Sprinyhurat Barnawartha, a by« Ootol or 31 Bimawartha v Lake .^prinyhurst v Ohiltern Chrintmaatown v Oorowa A Kutherglen v Mt Ophir Corowa B, a byo November 7 Corowa B v Lake Kutherglen v Harnawurtlm Chiltern v Mount Ophir Sprinuhurat v OhristmaBtown Corowa A, a byo November 14 Corowa A v Chiltorn Clirim miiHtown v Kutliorglen Lake v Sprinnhurst Barnawarthn v Corowa B Mount Ophir, a byo November -1 Mount Opliir v Barnawartlia Corowa B v Christmaatown Chiltern v Lake Sprinjjhurat v Corowa A Kuthergleu, a byo November 28 Barnawartha v Sprini>hurnt Rutherglen v Corowa A Corowa l...

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DIARY OF THE WAR. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 October 1914

DIARY OF THE WAR. .JUNK. 2S-Archduke Franz Ferdinaud assua sinated at Sarajevo JULY. 23-Austriasends ultimatum to Servin, demanding tho- .prosecution of Servians compromised in the assassination of Archduke Franz F erdinand ji")-Servin refuses 'o comply with the deniii nd 28-Austria declares war on Servia .29-Diplomatic relations between Russia and Austria suspended British First Fleet leaves Portland Russia mobilising army AUGUST. 1-German troops iuvado France 2-Germany declart-8 war on Russia 3-Invasion of Belgium by Germany Germany declares war on France Germans repulsul at Liugu 4 - Britain declares war on Germany (j-Austria Hungary declares war on Russia 12-Great Britain and Austria at war 13-British Expeditionary Korco in Franco 1")-500,000 French troops in Alsace 1G-C/.ir promises Jlomo Rulu to Poland Japan sends ul'.imatum to Ger many regarding Kiao Ubau 20-Uertnuns occupy Brussels 22-Nniuur invested nnd Ghent oc cupied liy the Germans 23-Japan declares war on Germany 2-1 - ...

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THE COMING OVENS ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 October 1914

THE COMING OVENS ELECTION. On Saturday last there appeared in our-advertising columns an aniHiuuct 'ittenfc from the Hon A. A. Billson in timating he will se^k n renewal of th« trust reposed in him for many years by the electors of the Ovens at the forthcoming general election, and tliouuh tlm Molbourno " Herald" of the sauie date stated that tho Labor Party regard the enpturo of the Beat us a certainty we who are on tho spot have not the shadow of a doubt but tbut ho will secure u renewal of the confidence he seeks. There aro several reasons which lead us to thin conclusion -political and personal. To begin with, Mr Billson has never been un extremist in politics, nor has he wavered from the principles lie adopted sinco he (irst went on the pi at form. Like his late father and former repre sentative of the Ovens, he has held fast to the radical or advanced view of the purty which is now known by the Liberals. In the early days of Victorian politics tlm two opposing elements were Li...

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