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Beechworth Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914
BeechworthProduce Market. Mr. Thomas Grisdale reports having sold on Friday at his usual weekly Bale at the Mart, Ford-street,.as follows :: Turkey hens, small/3s. to 4s. ouch. Fowls, 2s. 3d. to 3s..6d. pair. Roosters, 3s. 3d. to:4a.:6d. pair. Ohickens, 9d. each. Ducks, 3s. 6d. pair-,;.. Apples, 2s. 6d. to 3K; half-case; - ' Pears, 2s. half-case. : / . Quinces, Is. 6da-half-case. . "? .. ; Turnips, ljd. to 2d.'buncbl '' Carrots, ljd; to 2d. bunch. Parsnips, ljd; fco 2d. bunch. . Cabbage, 3d., 4d. and 5d. each. Potatoes, Is. fid. to Is: 9d, quarter. Water cress, 2d. bunch.' Garlic, 6d. lb. Pickling onions, 2d. lb. Citron melons, 1B. 3d. quarter. Vegetable marrowB, 6d. to 9d. each. Pumpkins, Is. 6d. quarter. PersimmonB, 2s. tray. Cabbage plants, 6d. bunch. Cauliflower plants, 6d. buuch. Onion plants, Gd. bunch. Oranges, 8d. dozon. Beetroot, 2d. bunch.' Tomatoes, green. Id. lb. Eggs, fresh, Is. 7d. dozen. Eggs, preserved, Is. 3d. dozen. Butter, Is. 2d. lb. Honey, 7d. and 9d. bottle. TH...
BHEUMALISM IN ARMS AND LEGS. Zam-Buk Spledid for Swellings and Deep-Seated Pains. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914
BHEUMAl'iSM IN AEJIS AJfD " .. " LEGS ' jZam-Buk Spl.ridd' Tor ^w.Uings And j ? I>eep-Seated Pa:ns. . (The remarkable pa n killing and I soothing- qu;:lifi \s of Xam-Buk have . lioc=n proved again and again. It! sonks into skin, flesh p.iid muscle, and simply diivec pain out. "As a remedy for rheumatism in tiie arms and legs and for sciaticfl," i says Mr Alex. Robertson, of 113 Maitland street, Dunedin, N.Z, "I : have found Zam Buk splendid. The | last attack I had was a particularly \severe one, and it caused mo to cry out in pain- whenever anyone hap pened to touch me. I was forever trying differs at liniments and lotions from the chemists, but they were like BO much water One embrocation that a friend induced me to try, cost 6s a bottle, but it was no better than the rest * "At len^sth I was persuaded to get at pot of Zam-Buk, I first bathed tny shoulders and joints and then by rubbing Zam-Buk well in, got it right down into the pores. I ex perienced great soothing ease even a...
A TERRIBLE WRECK. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914
A. TERRIBLE .WRECK. In tho St. LawrenoeRiver early oa Friday laat tho Empress of Ireland, a magnificent vessel over . 648 feet .long and with accommodation tor long and with accommodation for. 1606 passengers collided with the Stoistad in a Idenso fog and' sank with 1032 persons out of 1387 souls on board. An attempt to beach the ship failed as she turned over and sank within a few minutes of being struck. Among the passengers drowined wero a number of New Zealanders. There were' also on board 250 Salvation Army delegates, to a convention to be hold in London Tile vessel was insured for £670,000 and her loss ioprescnts the second largest disas ter in shipping annals. The usual monthly meeting of tho Becchworth Shire Council will be hold on Friday next, June 5.
THE SEASON OF COLDS. Peps Banish the Health Dangers of Damp Days and Chilly Nights. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914
THE SEASON OF COLDS. Peps Banish !h-.: Health Dangers i Damp Days anrl Chilly Nights. This is the season of coughs, colds and chills, and the chemists report a biff demand for Peps, the novel brcatheable tablets for the throat and chest f " Colds are caused by invisible germs which enter the throat and lungs through the nose and mouth. You cannot keep these germs out alto gether, but with the aid of Peps you pan prevent them living and doing mischief after they have entered. By letting one or tv.o Peps tiKets dissolve in the mouth, you bathe every remote corner of the nostrils, throat, and lungs, with an antiseptic . and germ destroying vapour, that acts as a powerful disinfectant, and pro vides the soundest defence against the germs of clids and colds Being in the form of air, the Peps .medicine comes into direct contact with all the delicate breatliing tubes wherein the ".cold-germ" lurks, and also penetrates deep down into the luifgs It is impossible for ordinary lozenges, cough ...
CARDS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 2 June 1914
CARDS TOUttNAMKN'l'. The follojving is the draw : 1st End 2nd Una June. July. Oddfellows v. Druids. IV 4. Bechibitos v. Hibernians 4. Fire Brigade v. ForesLers. 14 . 8. Druids v. Fire Brigade' 23 6. Hibernian's v. Oddfellows. 21 10. Foresters v. iiechabites.' 22 15. Oddfellows v. Ilech:;b tea. 30 16. Foresters v Druids * 29 18 Fire Brigade v. Hibornaans, 27 August. 22. Druids v. Hibernians. 3 24. On'dfellows v. f oresters. 4 25. Hechabite3 v. Fire Bngade b 89. QiidfeLLpwa Vf Fire Brigade lb 30. Foresters v. Hibernians 10 July. \ 2., Uechabitos v. Druids 13 £). Combined Codec Social. L'O 'All matches are to start not later tTu: n 8.30, and to be playea within a week of tile dates specified, twelve players, aside to be the maximum ; piglit the minimum.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE [?]ICTORIA. Melbourne, Thursday. MR HUGHES URGES ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 5 June 1914
! LATEST INTELLIGENCE I . ICTORIA. Melbourne, Thursday. - MR HUGHES 'URGES AOTTON. I .That Mr CJook, the Prime Minister, should see the Governor-General at once and tender hvs advice in favour a double dissolution is tlic contention of Mr W. M. Hughes, ill-; former Attorney-General of the Common wealth. Mr Hughes says that Section 57 .of the Federal Constitution is distinct ill its purpose. After the condition recited therein has been complied ?with, and the advice given, the Go vernor-General, if he thinks fit, may dissolve both Houses. He says tlint the passage through tlie House of Representatives and rejection by the Senate of the Preference Prohibition Bill on two occasions, with the neces sary interval between, is a com pliance with the condition referred to.
DAY BAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 5 June 1914
*S* 1* ^ MY BAKING. Both in Sydney and in Melbourne bik'ng fraternity have succeeded in abolishing night work and the public will haye to submit to stalo kttttl and higher prices in the future, > ^tere ar.: signs &lt;jf a domestic revolt, a?aitist this imposition and the ro- j will doubtless bu tluit many1 Wjseholdrs will bake tly Ir own bread, *l>ich will be cheaper and plcasan ,w. while the trade wjll have to S'Jilcr a reduction in their customers public is a long suffering, patient animal hut it cannot be expected to Miuro th^ pr.icf.ce or "pas in',' ft for cvar. Already from 83 'o 108 ?vdn;-y bjfce.s have lost their nt.
THE SUFFRAGETTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 5 June 1914
* 5JS S}C * . THE supfkagettes. . Tli? British jK'o.'lc are getting1 really anSrj- at the- outrages of these fe tna®e fanatics. Already we have ^rd of one b;ing [jartially stripped porously spanked by the' mill ^r'» of Ulster and now- three others ^ kvrisham, in England, narrowly Atoned ducking in a pond -witli pos loss of life, the culprits in each Ws'; ^'nS only rescued from tho populace by the police with ccnsiderable difficulty. .£» *U *l>
ACCIDENTS & EMERGEN C[?]ES. HAT TO DO TILL THE DOCTOR COMES. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 5 June 1914
ACCIDENTS/# EMERGEN "C1ES. HA.T TO DO TILL THE DOCTOB COMES. The following useful, hints-the ad option of which "in country places may bo the moans tit saving human life-have been issued by the author ity of tho Australian Health Society : There, should bo in every home a place known to every member of the household (but out of the way of tho ; children) where are kept toady for immediate use the follow ing articles which can be obtained from a chemistA pair of scissors, three or four large needles (threaded) a few prepared bandages, some lint, adhesive plaster, oil silk, cotton wool for padding, olive oil, and a bottle of Boracic. or Carbolic acid, solution. [You ' are recommended, also, to obtain, if possible, practical instruc tion from a St. John Ambulance As sociation class. Every family should have at least one certificated mem ber of tho Association.] BRUISES AND SPEAINS. If a bruise can be treated at onse, apply cold water, and keep the part at perfect rest; otherwise apply ...
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS BEECHWORTH TO YACKANDANDAH [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 5 June 1914
ARRIVAL AND DKP^Kl u'Ri- I OF TRAINS | BEECHWORTH TO YAOK4NDANDAH On Mondays and Weili.-enrtHyfl a train [ leaves Bfcchwcirlh at 2.40 p.m.H>nd reaebps Ynckanilandah at 3.20. OnThutBavso train leaven B*ecb*orth 10.3 ».m. mil ttnivoB at Yncknndaiidah 10.42 i.m. EVEUTON TO YaCKANDANDAH AND BACK. On Thursdays on!v a m.xed tiain leave Everton for Yackan andph nt 8.56 a,tn rei.clieB Bf.echwnrlh at 9.43 a.m., leavce Beechworth at 10.3 a.m., rei>chcs Yatnan damlah at 10.42 and leaves a' 11.45 for Beecbworth arriving at 12.36 and at 1.11. arrives at Everton. TACKANDANDAH TO MELBOURNE On Tuesdays, Thurpduyn, and Saturda\ (only) a mixed train leaves Yackandatdah at 7.0 a.m. and arrives at Beecbworth at 7.51. It leaves Beecbworth at 8.10, reacbe Wangarattaat 9.18, and catching 'be t*x presi at Wanearatta at 9.33 reacbiM Me) bourne at 1.50. BEECHWORTH TO MELBOURNE. A train leaven Beoohwor'h daily atij.io a.m., leaven Overton 8.45 ».n>., Betel north Junction ut 9.10 6.a., nnil Th rives a...
MORE STRIKES. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 5 June 1914
MORE STOIKES. . The extensive coal mininjg dis trict of Newcastle, N.S.W., seems fated to eaily extinction by reason of constantly recurring1 strikes on slightest pretences. The latest is on the question of afternoon shifts and already four mines have been shut down, with a prospect of 30 others following suit A large amount foreign trade has already" been 1st to the district by these vagaries Mi it looks as if the workers were feeunined to commit industrial sui tife and ruiii the industry for ever.
THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 5 June 1914
THE RAINFALL. ' Following are the records of the rainfall since the vear 188 2: 29 07 27 911 23 24 0 02 2 96 2 78 1 68 >15 .5 38 4 79 -3 84 2 6> 4 30 5 41 3 33 31 75 ' 44 82 43 48 1 32 49 .4 7) 0 52 . 3 16 2 06 1 27 4 01 4 46 ,2 65 1 52 2 49 2 78 ( 59 0 m; 1 03 0 25 2 90 3 77 2 41 3 05 5 60 S 85 2 76 3 42 1' 70 gl 40 1 07 0 04 1 06 3 21 7 57 7 02 3 80 '3 1? 4 78 4 29 2 41 2 64 1 12 1 36 5 45 4 77 2 47 5 15 5 50 3 5? 4 46 . 6 69 0 4:t 3 60 1 38 2 34 1 66 3 60, 2 33 4'47 1 55 3 7f 2 4 2 04 0 81 2 i0 1 25 3 52 .4 66 1' 43 2 38 *. 0 87 4 84: '-0 35' 1'95' "0*83; 4.16 1 93 ' 1 30 3 80 ; . ?0 46 '2 88 '. 1 43 , 4&lt;69 3 58 4:79 S 00 1 86 1 19 0 35 41 07 44 52 i 27 S.i 43 80 0 36 30 0 6S 1 "2 06 '5 1(2 3 15 !'2 97 3 52 4 01 2 12 1 27 2 42 , 1 83 /3,%r21 feS'.Oli ! , ] 79 6 50 1~33 .?2;i6 1-01 - 1 99 2 05 . 22 0 64 0 jfo 3. 56 - 1 62 3 32; - 6 89 : .2 72 ' 5 29 ' 2 69 0 83 1 58 I 15 o r . 0 b 2 17 .3 4'J 3 9«' '.3 37 2.29 .'3 07 3' 50 '3 81 . 0..77" 0 23 1 93 0 35 2 40 0- li&...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 5 June 1914
Commonwealth ^gfeBank of Bustralia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY *hh Bwk to optn (or >11 eUam of QENERAL BANKING BUSINESS *» EQUITABLE BUILDfNQ, OOLLINS 5 rREET, MELBOURNE Alas *t Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Parth, Hobert, llrUtans, Jlockhampton, Townirille, Md London. (Mb remittances made to, and draft* drawn on foreiyn placet direct. Forei|7i bills »ffetfated a»d collected. Letters ot credit i^ue-l *a any part vl th* world. Mills negotiated or forwarded for eoltfcctlon. Banking and Exchange isuaiii«-« of every description tranuoted within the Oom*e»> wealth, ..United Kinffdo-ii and abroad. Current aooouote opened. Interest paid on fixed dipwHi. Advanet) made afaiittfc' approved accuritiea. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Offtcvi S17 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Bruohei in the above cities and 2,000 Agenciee at Post Office* throughout the Oonuneawealtlt Depoette from 1/- to £300. Interest at 3% per annum. Daposttsor Withdrawals may be made at any Branch or Agency within the Coau...
MARITIME DISASTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 5 June 1914
MARITIME DISASTERS. Scaicely has the shock of the .Tit anic disaster begun to subside than public sympathy has again been aroused by the recent collision in the River St Lawrence, in which the splendd passenger steamer, the ' Emprcs? of Ireland on her voyage (10m Cinarfa to England, -svassun'i vntout 10 minutes Tvith the appalling Isiof 1024 lives out of 1450. Tho dn-ter is attributed to the pre ? f-l-noe of a dense fog, but as the river is 30 miles iride at that par ticular sj>ot. it seems difficult to un derstand why it could not have been averted. The catastrophe has inten ded human ingenuity to reduce the liability of these maritime mons ters to be destroyed at the slightest, shock Double skins aVe being adopted, but why not fill the interval with cork thus forming a nautical life belt? AVe are building houses that will not burn, .why not ghjps that will not sink? * * * *
DISTRICT COURTS PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 5 June 1914
! DISTivlClT COURTS 1 PETTY SESSIONS. BeechwQrth, daily. Benalla, daily. Bethanga, every Wednesday. Chiltern, every Monday, Wednes day i and Friday. Bldorado, every Wednesday. Rutlioiglen, every Tuesday and Friday. Tqllungatta, every Wednesday.' AVodonga, every Thursday. Wnngaratta, daily. Wahgunyan, every second Friday. 1
[?]h[?] & [?]long [?]i[?]. Published Every TUESDAY and FRIDAY. at Chiltern. FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1914. Our Melbourne Letter OLD SALTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 5 June 1914
(Jit lira, & ( Published Every . TUESDAY-' and FRIDAY. \ at Chlltern. PB.fi>ay, JDNE's, ioi-i. Our Melbourne Letter OLD SALTS. 'According: to a newspaper para graph Admiral Cresswoll has been elected a member of the League 61' Ancient Mariners. What the L.A.M exactly is no one seems to. know though, doubtless, one ot the qualifi cations for. membership will bo somo former connection'With the deeP Wuo sea even it were only a trip from Port Melbourne to Williams),own. One wonders however, where this newly discovered society'obtained its name, ?which is identical with one given to a mythical society in Queensland by ?the late J A. Barry in one of his charming' sketches. In Barry's storjf the League of Ancient. Mariners con sisted of old ship captains who had settled ashore as merchant?, insur ance brokers, farmers, storekeepers, and, most singular of all, lawyers and doctors. They were all prosper ous but when exc tud at one of heir convivial meetings by m'ld potations of ru...