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CHRISTMASTOWN V [?]ARSAWARTHA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
ClIKIBTMiSTOWN" V HAllNAWAKTirA. Barnawnrtba, last year's premiers scored an caay win over ChristmuBtowu on Cbrintmatitown ground un Saturday, beating (bo homo team by 120 runs. No hij: scoria ! were made, but the bowling of G. Baxter and A. DeMatuiul was very kmvoih. Scon* Christumstowu. W Frasur, c .7. Sullivan, b G. Maxtor W. i'cnbale, b JJcMami*;! . ? .. 0 \Y. Milne, b DeMamwl .. .. 0 C. Drcnui, b G. Baxter .. .. 0 W. O'Tjeary, b G. Baxter .. .. 0 A. Oats, not out E. liewell, b G. Baxter C.Croaskoll, b DuManiicI R. Oats, b DftMamifcl D. Corner, b DeMauiicI .. .. 0 D. Purser, n Sullivan, l> O. Baxter Sundries, .. .. Total. .. .. ..27 Bowling Hnalybis - G. Buster, JIO bftlia 11) runs, 5 wickets; A. DflMumiel, 30 ball?, 1 maiden*, 2 runs. 5 wickfts. Barnawartba, T. Dickson. retired .. .. ,, 2fi H. DeMai»ic;l, c HnweJJ, b Fr.iswr 1 Kyan, c Oatis, b Milnft .. 'I Hick?, b I'r nbalu .. .. .. J Bax!er, c Milne, b IVnbnlo .. .. 20 Harrisn't:«n, c I^whII, b Corner . .. 0 B. Dickson, b ...
COROWA A V LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
CUHOWA A V LAKE. Tbis tu&luli was pbmd ut Cor wa ou Saturday aod resulted in n win for Hie home team. Scored Corowa A. li. Clifford, c I. Urunlbuin, b 1 oil .. :Ui G. Vincent, b F. Grantham .. .. C Winle, c IJiukina, b Whelau .. .. McTaggart. c F. Grantham, b Hell .. 12 K. Morgan, b .1. Gmnthaui .. ., /k» Cnlliigbun, not out .. .. .. U'.i CirmeJ, not out .. ,, .. 2 Sundries, .. .. .. 'A Total for 5 wieknts, .. 151 IJowlinp.-F. GrunthMii, 1 for 17; J. Whuian. 1 for 31; W. L'ull, 2 for 41; H. Yatca, 0 fur y; T. YhI*-!!. OforG; F. Sobuiel-I »lc, 0 for fc»; J. Grantham, 1 for 7, i Lftku. | U. ElUUin«, U WcvHo .. .. 11 ! J. Grantham, b Clifford' 'J 11 Yatpp, ruu cut .. .. .. Uj T. Yates, b Clifford .. .. .. 8] F. Grantham, b Cimnol .. .. 11 i W. Bell, Ibw., b Clifford .. .. ul J. Whelan, b Clifford .. ..11! Scbmelz'e, £t MauTii^arf, b \Ya lo .. 7j R. Nicholson, not out ., 2; R. Grantham, lb«\ b Clifford .. 2 ; 1\ UlaurJon, b Clifford .. Oj Sundries, .. , . ,, :t | Total, .. .. .....
BUTHE[?]GLEN V. COROWA B. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
HI.THKHIU.KN v COUOWA N. Hutherylun sueimid a rather easy victory over Corowu B ut Kulhorgltn on Saturday. Scorus: llutberglcn. Hauser, not out .. .. .. 105 Christian, retired hurt ,. ..02 Jilowers, st, 1) Hurrin .. .. ' 8 Lot!, b Crawford .. ..10 Loughnan, h Crawford .» .. 23 Krosi, nut out .. .. .. 3 Sundries, .. .. .. 8 Totul for 4 wktn, .. 2io Bowling-Crawford, 2 for 50 ; T. Thomas, 0 for 49 ; Bowdcn, 0 for* 2U ; Richardson, 0 for 33 ; Jackson, 0 for 22 ; Horrln, 1 for 23. CorowQ B. Buylias c and b Blowera .. - .. 0 Arkins, b Howa .. .. .. 0 Richardson, c and b Uowo .. .. 2 Clark, c Hauser, b Lott .. ..27 Binvdon, lbw, b Howe .. .. l tterrin, c AUinson, b Incoll .. ... !J McCiillunj, c Lougbnan, b incoll .. ('» Thomas, b Lott .. .. .. 0 Crawford, b Howo .. .. .. 10 Jackson, lbw, b Incoll .. I B. I'erkins, not out.. .. 4 Sundries, .. .. f> Total .. ». ..75 JJov.Jing-Lett, 2 for 2f> ; IUko, 4 for 24; Blowers, 1 for *&lt; ; Incoll, 3 for U.
SPRINGHURST V MT. OPHIR. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
RPRINMIOUBT V MT. OF1111U A drawn game resulted when tbo above loams mot at Sprinyhurst on Saturday. Tht: visitors declared their inning closed for 137, W. Sullivan 81 not out being top scorer. Scores Mt. Ophir. \V. Sullivan, net out .. ..81 W. Martin, c Plum, b M. O'Bnon .. 2 (\ Heady, c Pe&rce, b Cunne.en .. 28 W. Hepn, b A. Plum .. ..22 Sundries, .. .. .. A Total, .. .. .. 137 Powling-M. O'Brien, 1 for 17 ; A. Kfcrr, 0 for 35; A. Plum, 1 for 32; 1). Ounueen, 1 ; for '23; W. Plum, 0 for 24. Npringburaf. A. Kerr, b Heady .. .. ..57 Li. Pearce, h.w" b Sullivan .. .» 3 Tonkin, c ltuhe, b Duwaon .. ..2-1 Ke&t, b Sullivan .. .. J2 A. Plum, o Prentice, b Sullivan .. 7 Alb. Pfum, b Sullivan .. .. «# U . Plum, c Kendy, b Sullivau .. o O'JJri,,,,. not out . . ... . . l> Sundries.' .. .. (i Total, .. .. ..lib Bowling-Sullivan, o fur 3,5; Ready, 1 foi 11; Wilson, 0 fur 10; Dawson, 1 for 23.
District Telephone Stations and Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
District Telephone Stations and Rates. C'onvorsaliouH can bo carried On between Chilteru and the undurmen tioned places by tolophone, uithur direct from subscribers' premises or from tlio post oilici^atcbarHesuamed: Kirst 3 Additional minutes,5 3 minutes. Allan's Flat ... Sd 6d Albury ... Id 3d Barnawarthu ... 2d 2d Buecliworth ... 8d 6d Benalla ... Ud Gd Betbanga ... (id 5d Bright ... Is 9d Obiltern Valley 2d 2d Corowa ... 4d 3d Deveuish ... 8d 6d Euroa ... Is 9d Eldorado ... 8d 6d Kliden ... Gd 5d Glnnrowan ... Gd !3d Germanton N.s.w Is 9d HowIouh ... 8d Gd Huon ... Gd 5d Jiudora x.s.w* ... Od 5d Kyabram 2s Id 1b 9d IvoetonR ... Is 9d Lowesdale N.s.W Is 9d Mooroopna 2b Id la 9d Milawa ' ... 8d Gd Melbourno 2a 4d la 9d Mulwula ... la 9d Myrtluford ... Is 9d Nacauihio la lOd Is id Norili Proutico... 'Id .'id Ruthi'rylun ... 3d 3d Springhufst ... 2d 2d Keyuiour la lOd 1b Id Swuupool ... la 'Jd Tarrawingro ... 8d (id Tallangatta ... 8d Gd Tccumwal nsw 1b lOd la id Towonp la -Id Is Vio...
RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
TKATKS OF COMMISSION. Money Orders rayablo in Victoria. ~ Any sum not over Od ; over but not over £'10, la ; over £10 but no! ovor £16, la lid ; uvor £'15, but not over £20, 2 Monoy Orders by Telegraph. To New South Wales, QueonBland, South Australia, Tasmania, and Perth (Western Australia) : Charge for a mes sage in addition to above ratea. Orders.1 payable in New Sooth Wales, Queensland, South Australia, New" Zea laud, 1'faainatiia, and Western Aus tralia. Not over £2, Gd ; not over £5, 1«; not over £7, Is (id ; not over £10 2s ; not ovor £12, 2s (id ; not over £15, 3s; not over £17, 3a Gd; not ovor £20,4a. ' PACKETS, ETC. Preparation for Post, Packets may be sent through tho post without a cover (but not fastened with anything'adhesive, Buch HB yum, postage atamp, Bcaliiig wax,'etc); in a cover entirely open at one,unci or uido (if the cover be slit, the opening must be of the foil extent of tho end or aide, and the contents must bo easy of withdrawal.) the cover may bear tbe sen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
Why Should Wqinen Sutter? / IjU liuin lc>;ic iicceptirt it is? it itialtcr (it ' 1 cu!d taut Unit women nuc; nmdu to seller [iom (?irlbuod tj the jit'iivu NVJmt u mon^tn.us doctunt:. iV lf>ok dealing with til" matter of pain unci sulTennk' us H|(rctinn wiuiiun folk, ,tnd wliicli tuljs luny t|iui|simdj biivv Vilu'ii rc'jtorpii l:y 11 "impU: homo treat mini to permanent health idler jeurs M pain, will be sent free to nnjonn who cuts out this advertisement uud sends it to Department £l S3, Ladies' College of Ileallb, rhuii's iiuildings, !J27 Collins Btreet, Melbourne. Ladies visiting tbo City are cmiliMly invited to call and cbut over health luatterii with the Mutiaiiureig. WAR NEWS I HOWLONG Patriotic War Fund Demonstration. I'ICNIC ami SPOUTS will Im Iv-kl on !ho howi/jno ni-;cuK,vnuN guouni>, .WEDKESBA-jT, 2,3th OCT., I'M ui'l nf tli« W..1- [''i;:t.l i. I7U)uT Ui'.cio;'. i'ouy stml .>i»ni;uiy 1^ Com'c'nt-j. l'w:y f .rivi?;^ Cnnl&lt;»fit; ?.;nl Oilur :SjMr:in;; Kv...
Rainfall Records at Chiltern. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
| Rainfall Records at Chiltcrn. I _ No. day a yimv Points raiu fell 1S8? :rri7 111 1888 1 8."> I 7.r> 1889 -II 87 liJOO 24;") 7 8-8 18!) I 2507 8:> 181) "J 'J ,'318 'J-l 302.:> HI 180-1 1078 117 1895 2-127 8'J 18'JU u:>4 8 88 1897 1 'J-7 92 1898 2701 92 1899 "2387 100 1900 280-1 126 1901 217-1 110 i 1902 1073 77 1903 2729 121 1901 2018 99 ] 90f> 2.05:1 118 1900 3329 101 1907 1809 09 1908 2231 101 1909 252;*) 111 1910 2409 110 1911 2017 111 1912 2403 90 1913 ' 2309 98 A.N Ol.l) A'UJtSK Kill! CHILDREN.-' >lre Wiimlow'H Soothing Syrup" for Children Teething. Should always bu moil foi Children while Teething. It Soothes the Child, Softens the Gums, Allays oil Pain, Oiire-i Wind Colic and is tin Hest Remedy for Diarrhoea. Directions for Using Mhf Wishlow'S Sooriiixo SYRUP.-For a child undei onn month old, 6 to 10 drops ; three months old, half a toaspoonful ; six months old and upwards, a teaspooufnl threo or four timos a day. lor Diari hoca, repeat tho ahovo dose I*...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
A CLARKE'S B. 41. PILLS. A Warranted Curo for all Accmrol &lt;.' ^ onsiitut.iounl Dtacbanjcs fro .lie Utmiry Or^tu. In fitlu-i si*r. Hiesi famous Pilfa also coro Gratel, Paina In Iho Back, and all Kidney Disorders. Free from mercury. Forty years' Buecet*. Bold by all Ohcmtats ana 6toreke«j>er* throughout th« world. C3 Council Club Hotel CONFESS S T II E E T, CUILTBIlN. Central, convenient, comfortable, catering for nil classes. Ample Stabling uIwuyB uvuilublo for country visitors. BILLIARDS. BILLIARDS. Cannon's Livery and Letting Establishment MOTOR CARS FOR HIRE. JFOI8 BI> A&lt;T» liiSCT. (In connection with tbo HoloJ) III A Vnhiclt) carrying nmiiw, and purcola leavea (Jio hotel III e/&lt;i. ly »4fc £? tor OliiIVnJloy, Xuiuntt»,*is liDtt It^Utgo. jl| Fares (single) Is, Us and '2s Ud. 'Phono No. 3 I STAR HOTEL, I'MILTEM'i. A. P. BBIESE, Proprietress, BEGS to notify the residents of Cliiltern and district tlmt sho has taken over the management of this ol...
RUTHERULEN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
RUTHERULEN SHOW. The dry weather conditions pre vailing throughout the North-Eastern district had its effect upon tho 35th anuiiiil show of the Rutherglen and .Murray Valley Agricultural and Horticultural Society which was held, as usual, in the Rutherglen park 011 Wednesday last. The attendance was not anything like it should httve hern and may be accounted for l>y the fact that the day was nol one of those which would tempt people away from their homes, it being very sultry with just sufficient wind blowing to raise the dust and make things a wee. bit uncomfortable. However .t'tU were taken at the gates, and, when all things are taken into consideratinn, must be considered satisfactory. The pavilion exhibits were good, ami flowers, dairy and farm produce, gar den produce, jams, jellies, and needle work made an effective display. The feature of the show was undoubtedly the fine exhibit made by the scholars of the Rutherglcn State School. They had a, large and interesting exhibit...
Local Railway Service ALBURY TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
Local Railway Service ALDUI1Y TO .MKLnoUIiJfE. jl no express leaves Albury.(Sunday excepted) ut 8.17 o.ni, leaves Wodonga 3.26 n.m, leaves f'urnawnrtba 8.44 a.m, leaves Chiltern nt 8.58 a.m, Springhurst 9.13 a.m, Wnogaratta 9.38 ?i.in, and ariivis in JlellourDe afc'1.50 p.ui A 'train leaves Alliury dully (San days excepted) at 2.52 p.m, leaves Wodonga at 3.5 p.id, leaves Barna wartlin at 3.2S p.in' leaves Cliiltern it 3.15 p.m, leaves Sprin^hurst at 4.5 p.in, leaves Wahguratta at 4.37 p,on, leaves Benalla ut 5'35 p.ui, leaves Seymour at 8.33 p.m and arrives at Me bourne at 11.8 p.m A train leaves Melbourne daily at 0.15 a.tn, leaves Benalla at 11.25 a.m, leaves Wansanilta at 12.17 p.m, leaves Sprinsliurst lit, 12.49 p.m, leaves Cliiltern 1.8 p.m, Baniawartlia 1.20 p.in, Wodoijya 1.15 p.m, and arrives at Alliury 1.5.'! p.m An express tram leaves Melbourne iliiily (Sundays excepted) at -1 p.m, leaves lieniilla at 7.40 p.m, leaves Wnn^aratta nt p.m, leaves ^piinfjlunst nt 8.57 p.in, le...
What Happens to Prisoners of War. HOW THE HAGUE CONVENTION PROTECTS THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
What Happens to Prisoners of War. I10W THE I1AUUK CONVENTION PRO TECTS Til KM. Already the combatants ill Europo have taken thousands of prisoners of war. Tin-st* will he treated uit.li a humanity that affords a bharp contrast with early usage, writes tliu "Sydney Morning Herald." Their internment is now regulated by the Hague Con vention, which as far as military neces sity make it po-sible, will probably be observed by nil belligerents exci pt by Germany. First Put to Death. Tho earliest prac ice was to kill all prisoners, and sometimes eat them as well. Such is the mt thod still pur sued among barbarous tribes. A re laxation of this extreme severity arose in the practice of making all prisoners slaves, and amongst tho Romans slavery was regarded as a tni'iga'iou of the rigour of the en lier rule. Two centuries ago the Spaniards sent their prisoners of war to work in the galleys. To Grotios is duo th>; amelioration of tho old savage rule. He proti^ted that Christians should be ...
CLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Close season for Game, etc, The whole year [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
iGLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA, Close season for Game, etc, Tho wholo venr All Australian Fauna, with the excep* tion of Snakes, in the National Parka «nd Public Gardens ; Acanthizio or Tita ; Rnl-MerB, Pee-eaters, Bittema, Black Cockatoos, B . ck Swana, Blackmailed or Rock-Pebbler Parrots, Bronze-winged *ii(l ofbt-r Wild Pi^eona, Bustard or Wild Turkey, Cu!ifc>:nian Quail, Cater* pillar* vatclicrfl, Ephthianuras or Chata, \ »i tO, CruiK'n-«\W I '?ui.'rt \irm\n as L"ranHf«, such nu Kgrots, [ fh-rons (except tiie Native Companion or ! Australian Crane), Cuckooe, Cuckoo* Pt't-T, "Dovl-3 (Java, Turtle), (Wild), Hums, F;y catchers, Frog* u.uuth for P'HiHri:uu and Mopokes, UraucaliiH Family (all members of), Ibis, K amnions (hiack-fueed or Malice (Macro* pus Mt-ian jl'), Kanuarcca (large grey, MHcropun &lt; uh), Kangaroos (largo red, *,MacTopu* Kufus), Kingfishers-all sindH, including tho Great Iving richer or Lisu^hin^ Jackanp, Larks (in* .Sliding Cinclui'HinpliUK and Pipits), Lyr...
Closer Settlement in the Kiewa Valley. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
Closer Settlement in the Kiewa Valley. (By W, C Kobertsoo iu thu "Journal of Agriculture.") Passing the Kiowa Post otlice every day during the first week iu July and many days before and afLer this date, one may notice ti couple of large lorries heavily laden with eaulillowers and ca bbages. Casual inquiry elicits tho infortua tiou that the lorries are owned by Mr \V. Simmons, locally known as " The Cauliflower Kins," and are on their w.iy to tho railway station at Huon, on the Tallangatta to Wodonga rail way, there to discharge aud transport their valuable and useful freight lo tha Albury market. Tho sample of tin.' vegetable, tho large consignments 7*00 do/..:ti havu have be' n consigned in i'iie day) together with the environments, sug gested an inquiry, an l with this object in view Mr iSumiinni-' firm was visited ami its oivimr iut-rvi"w ed. The farm is beautifully situated io th- Kiewa Yail.-y, 7 miles from the nearest railway station, viz, Huou, ami is part of the ijpi ingval...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
3U)Sn SRAbONS FOll FISH, Ulack Fish-From 1st September to U>th Decembur inV each year (both dates inclusive) Crayfish-The whole year for all less than 9 inches in length, Btid for Female Crayfish from the 1st Juno to the 30th November (both dates inclusive in each year English Roach-From loth September to loih November. English Trout-From tho 1st May to the olet August in each year (bolh>'date» inclusive) Gippsland I'erch-From let August to tho oOlh November in each year (I'oth dules inclusive) Murray Bream, Murray Perch, Murray Cod-From the ]st October to tho 30ih November [in each year (both dates in elusive MINIMI'M WmillTS OF KISU, ItlucMNh, 'lovo ; Murray Cod, J Alba Murray Wrcb. Sov:s ; Peiuh, n.izs ; Bream oi'i'a ', Silver lircani, :>oz«
MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
MlNIISCi AiEAiS. Messrs M. Fendoni mid J VuucB arc engaged sinking for an alluvial lead about Imlf a mile south east of the Dlackfellow's re. f, Banun'no^i--. Years at:o, when ihe Chiltern dig^ingti lirst broke out, a prospecting shaft was sunk in the neighborhood, but w is never buttoimd, thy wa'er lieiti?» then too troublesome to cope wiili with u whim. It is thought that if wash is struck at this point it. will provu the continuation of the rich Baratnbogie lead and revolutionise thu alluvial mining industry at Uhiltern. There is any qumtity of L'round avail utile in the neighborhood for further p-uspecting. A puriy of uiiutrs at Ivillawarra have discovered what is likely to prove a big thing, practically a moun tain of gold. It is said that a lode six miles long and 'JOUft iu width has been tested its full length and that it contains gold of a fair average quality throughout. A recent trial crushing taken from all along the line was com pleted in Melbourne recently and gavo a re...
Help in Cases of Accident. BURNS AND SCALDS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
Help in Cases ot Accident. 13UUNH AND SCALP8. Cover with cooking aodn aud ay ] wet clothes over it, whites of eggs and olivo oil, olive and linseed oil, Hour aud mixed clmlk Eitid whiting DROWNING. 1. Loosen clothing, if any 2. Empty lungs of water by laying body ou ltB stomach and lifting it up by tho middle so that the head hangs down ; jerk the body a few limes 3. Pull tongue forward usiug hand kerchief or pin with string if neces pary 4. Imitate motion of respiration by alternately compressing and expand ing the lower ribs about twenty times a minute. Alternately raising and lowering tho arms from tho sides up above tho head will stimulate the action of tho lungB j lot it bo done gently but persistently 5. Apply warmth and friction to extremities. 6. By holding tho tongue forward ciosiDg the nostrils, and pressing the " Adaiu'H upplo" hack (so as to close entrance to stomach) direct inliatioD can b tried. Take a deep breath and breathe it freely into the uiouth of the patient, c...