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TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. Letters-For every Aoz or undor 0 1 Post Curds-Stamped OD Cnrda... 0 1 Letter Cards to New South NValea, KjSouth Australia, Tasmania, & Queensland, Went Australia, i, New Zealand andjFiji 0 1 .Post Cards, Reply PoBt Cards, Packets, Books, Nowspapors, Registration Fee, same as for places within Victoria Parcel Post-For every parcel of lib or under ... ... 0 8 Each additional lib or under (up to 111b) ... ... ... 0 0 .JRatOB to the United Kingdom and Foreign Countries. Letters-For&lt;-every iov. or undor 0 1 Post Cards-each ... ... 0 1 Reply t'oat Cards-each ... 0 2 Newspapers-lozj Id, each ad ditional ~oz ... ... (J 0} Commercial Papers-2oz 3d, 'loz 'Jhd, &lt;>oz 4d, Sox -tid, 10oc 5d, then every 2oz to nibs .. 0 f noted Vapors, other than nowb paper*, for every 2oz or undor up to 51b ... ... ... 0 1 Patterns and naraplca-For every 2qz or under up to 12oz 0 1 Registration Fee ... ... 0 3 Acknowledgment of delivery of » registere...
POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES RATES FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES HATES FOU PLAUC3 IN VICTORIA. Letters-Ilalf ounce or under ... 0 ,, For every ounce ... 0 Urgent Letters-For each Letter iu addition to ordinary postage 0 Late fee ... ... .. 0 Packets-Oommorclal and printed papers, maximum weight Bibs, dimensions not to exceed 2ft in length, 1ft in dopth or width, for- every 2oz, or fraction thereof ... ... ... 0 I MtcrnB and samples, packets of merchandise, etc., maximum weight lib ; dioionsion not to exceed 2ft in length, one foot in dopth or width ; rote of post age for evory 2oz or fraction theraof ... ... ... 0 . feooiw-For ovorjr 4oc or under ,-uft-to-fiiw - o Newspapers-For each newspaper 0 Newspapers t magazines and publications not published in the Commonwealth, 2oz ... 0 Post Cards-each ... ... 0 Reply Post Cards-each ... 0 Lotter Cards-2 for ... ^ 0 Registration fou ... ... 0 Parcel lib or under ... ... 0 Parcel, each extra lb or under ... 0
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notes may be obtnlued at any I?oat Otticu in Victoria Hours of pay ment 10 a.in. to 5 p.m. The following are the denominations of the notes, and the poundage, or the price charged for them:-Is, id ; Is (3d, Ad ; 2s, Id ; 2s (id, Id; 3s, Id ; 3s Gd, Id ; 4s, Id ; 4s (3d, Id; 03, lid; 7s lid, 2d; 10s, 3d; 10s 6d, 3d ; 15s, 3d ; 20a 3d..' MON"ICV ORDERS. United Kingdom, and other^' British l'oBsossions and Foreign Countries, (id for,each £1 or fraction of £1.
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS, Town and suburban, within preacribed limits, or within fifteen milea from the eeuding station, including addrcas and Bignaturj, not exceeding 10 wordB, 6d ; \'ach additional word Id. Othor places within the Stute, except signature, not exceeding 10 words, 'Jd; . each additional word Id. Interstate.-From any one State to another, including address and signature, and not exceeding Hi words Is ; each ad ditional word Id. On telegrams ta and from Tasmania the charges are thosu mentioned abovo, with cable chargea added, which at the present time ia ^d per word. Doublo the foregoing rates to be charged fpr the transmission of telegrams on Sun day, Christmas Day, and Good Friday and for " Urgent" telegrams. The foregoing rates arer'exclasive porterage charges
DISTRICT COORTS. PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
DISTRICT COORTS. PETTY S1SHSIONH, Beech worth-Daily Beralla- Daily B^than^a-livery Wednesday^ Ohiltern-Every Tuesday, Thuraday and Saturday Eldorado-Every Wednesday. Kicwa-First Wed. each month Myrtloford-Every Friday. Rutherglcii'-Every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday Tallanualta-Every Wednesday Woduniju-Every Tburnday Wannaratia-Daily Wiihgunyah-Every second Friday, Yackandandah-Every Monday,
WAR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
WAR NOTES. Two lengthy despatches from b'icld Marshall Sir John French dtiteil Sept. IT and October 8, to the Btitish Go vernment, hiivi; been made available to the llii-li Commissioner for Australia in Loudon. 'Sir George Keid has cabled LIu;ir main points to the Ex ternal Allairs Uepari utcnl in Mel bourne. 1 liter aiia I lie report stales: -.The attack and counter-attack oc curred at nil hours of 'he night and diiy throughout the whole position, permitting only u minimum rest from Sept.. l'J to October C-. The killed, wounded and mi-sing reached 5131 otlicers, lll/JfiU men, and prove 1 the severity uf the struggle. "The battle of the Aism;," concluded Sir John French, " has once more demonstrated th- splendid spirit of liiill intry mid de votion which animate-' tli- (tUeers and men of ilis Majesty's forces" Sir George lleid's cable concluded with thi' statemeut, that " about. 1500 names were mentioned in General French's despatches, including that of Captain Lucas Tooth, son of S...
DIARY OF THE WAR. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
DIARY OF THE WAR. JUNE. 28-Archduke Franz Ferdinand assas sinated at Sarajevo JULY. 23-Austriasends ultimatum to Servin, demanding the prosecution of Servians compromised in the assassination of Archduko Franz Ferdinand 25-Servia refuses 'o comply with the demand 2S-Austria declares war on .Servia 21)-Diplomat,ic relations between Russia and Austria suspended British First Fleet leaves Portlaud Russi.i niobiIisini» auny A Uti LIST. 1-German troops invade France 2-Germany ducl.iiv.'i war on Russia 3-Invasion of Belgium by Germany Germany declares war un France Uerumns n pulsid at Liege I - Uritain declares war on Germany (j-Austria Hungary declares war on Russia 12-(ireat Uritain ami Austria at war 115 - liriiish Expeditionary Forcu in France 15-500,QUO I'Vendi troops in Alsace 10-Czir piomiais lluaio Rulo to Poland Jup-in sends ulfim-iluin to Ger many r'rani'fliiii: Ktuo-Ohau 20-Germans occupy Brussels ->2 N'miiur invested und Ghent oc cupied l»y thr Ueriuufis ,1 a pan declares w...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
bPORTINU. The CnulBeld Cop, rua on Saturday, was won by Undo Sam, ridden by J. Ecteishank, with Rathlea second and Si Carwyne third. The winner went out nt (I 10 2 agiinst and won by two and a half lengths, covering the one mid a half milps in '2:niu 34 -jsccs. This is tho second tim . Undo Sam hay won thu Caultield Cup. A 101 b penalty for thu approaching Melbourne Cup brings his weight up to 11 'J, aud his chance for the big event looks to be a rosy one. One of thu disappointments in the running of the Uaultield Cup on Satur day was the breaking down of the favorite Anna Carlovua. She was lialit up with the leaders near the homo turn when .she suddenly stopped, and it wis subsequently found that she hud gone bung. She had been backed down to 7 to '2 ajjst Tile most successful horse owner at the Uaultield Uup meetiuc, concluded on Saturday, was Mr \V. Iieid, whose winnings were £1:200. Mr X. Falkiner was next with ii'JIOO and Mr C Woodforde third with iltiOO. A most interestiug box...
THE GAZETTE. Mining Lease Granted. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
THE QAZETTE. Mining Leusi: UnuiUicl. Thus Mill-tin (Golden Bar Syi.di : c:iln), I O-i L'r lip, Cliilti.-ni, License lo Occupy Unused Road. A- C. and 11. 6. Baumi-arten, 2a, Barnawnrtli.i North. Application For Issue of Crown Grunt. \Y. I). ]lyivu, 3 i, Barnawurtlm. Cimnt-s Approved. I'j.icn and Amos Chandler -a 2r :5Gp, Lilliput. Putur Hinker, .'la 17p, Lillipul. Licenses Approved. Cat-erina C. Maulelli, "J i Or 3p, (Jhikirn Wirsl. Thus 1''. White, In .'ir, (Jbilturn West, Mary Anu llatuil, i!a 3r 3p, Chil teru West. El fen Jviherts, -i 3r 3p, Chiltem West. T. Ii. Whitehead, 12,S00a, Eldorado and Woornauo North. Leaso Approved. Martin A. ISentiett, 2a 3r 35p, Chiltoni Weut,
LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
LOCAL LAND BOARD. A Local Land Bouid was held ut Lilt; Court House!, Chiltern, on Wed nesday, before 11 r T. E. VVyntt, land ullicer, when I he following applications were dealt with: - Parish uf liarnawartha North (Lioorgunyah Township.) acres. A. A. Kyle, applicant - Heconiuien del). Parish of F.ldorado. Allot Ti, .seo 200 acres. A. J. Nolan, applicant LlruwnitiMmiltrii. Parish of Chiltcrn. Allot 1~», sec Li, 07 acres. E. Chandler and W. H. O Snow, applicants-\V. 11. (J. Snow recommended. l'aiish of Chilturn. 'JU acres. |. Curtain, applicant ---Recommended. Parish of Jildorado. Allot ."> and 11, sec 11. -0U acres. Carl Herman .Seidell, applicant - No appearance. Applica iou deferred.
TEFF GRASS. To the Editor of the Federal Standard [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
TEFF OK ASS. 11 //'.: Editor tJ Ihr I1\d>:rol tihtwfnfii .Sik,-Thin variety is a native of Abyssinia, and was introduced' iutu S Africa some years ago, where it has proved of immense value fur fodder, and it is very useful fnr t &lt; uiiiiiicr ha\ cop. Whete Lie re is Mdlicieiit 111 r»? to g* rminate, it h of remarkably rapid growl h. It has bum cut i'ui li-»y in fccveu wetks from tho time ii was euwn. \Viieii it is hi^h enough tu shade llie ground, us progress is simply phenomena1, and as many ns Lwu ur three cu! tings can be obtained in a short season. According lo an atyMS, it is most nutritious, and cattle, horses, sheep and pigs eat it urueriilv One fanner in 8. Africa declares that his cattle will leave i»r«eu lucerne for it, while a prominent dairyman avers tint it largely increase* the flow of milk*. A S. Afric-in wriier says: " An average crop in this dry country is two tons per acre ; hut a good crop will yield three tons or more." Tefl' will thrive oil any grou...
FIXING WHEAT PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
FIXING WHEAT PRICES. Thi'. endeavors (if the Governments of N.S.NV. nud Viu;orU to lix tin price of wheat has a I ready ltd our northern neighbor into considerable dillicul ties, lecause of the substniiti:il differences in that State between tlie natural and tho artificial piicis. In Victoria I be Prices Committee have been more rational, having fixed the legal price at only two pence less thuu the world's rate, whereas N.S.W. has decreed a difference of ninepeece per bushel It is interesting to note that, during the week ending September 26 the latter State exported tivu bushels of wheat. [i is almost impossible to say what will happen immediately with a penalty to ho inflicted if nnyouo sells at more than a lixed price, such price being 20 per cent less than it is wurth for expirt. The only condition which could prevent a hurried ship pill:.' of wheat and Hour was the pro hibition of all exports That step has been taken by the Common wealth (luvernmeiit, but as it is contrary to t...
COMMERCIAL. Albury Wool, Hide & Skin Market. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
COMMbRCiAL. Albury Wool, Hide & Skin Market. Messrs Dalgety and Co. report holding their usual monthly sale ol butebers1 mid . Btation produce 011 Friday last, when they again brought forward gecid catalogues of all classes of produce to a splendid .attend ance of buyers, who competed well for all tho offerings, with tho result that a satis factory clearauco was effected. Tho cata logues consisted of 12,000 skins, 1052 hides, 21 tons tallow, 12 tons rabbit skins, a quantity of fox skins, and a few lots of wool ?? oddments. SheepsKinB-Competition for all wootled uViqb was very keen, and the following advances in prices: may be quoted on thoso . ruling at our previous saleWell-grown morino, $d per lb; short and inferior merino, Jd to £d per lb ; crossbred skins fully Jd per lb. 1'elts wero hard to sell at late rates. Hides-Tho condition of tho hides shown wuh much , better than of late and prices " must be considorcd very satisfactory, all lots ' Belling at full rates. Best bu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
DEN T 1_S T R Y Geo. Vandenberg, Jun., Dkntiht G. A, Payne, L.D.S. Dentibt C. E. Donnelly, Recorded by Dental board of Victoria, OF MURPHY Sthekt, Wangaratta. Mk C. 13. DossKU.Y VISITS ARN'AWAItTHA - FRIDAY, October 'J, 23, and may be consulted at the Star Hotel from a.m. to 12 noon. CHILTEBN Every Friday Afternoon and may be consulted nt chemist's from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. G- E. WHITEHEAD, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR. Office- Gilmour's Buildings. Commissioner for Atlidtivita for Victoria ami N.S.W. Trust Moneys to lend at current rates METHOjJJST uHUBCH-Divine Ser vice will be conducted, on Sunday, under: Ohilte/rf. U a.m. K 7 p.m. Cbiitcrn Vallcv, 7 p.m. Cookinbnrra. 3 p.m. A CARD O. C. ANDERSON Mining Registrar for Indigo Division Registrar of Births and Deaths. Standard" Office, Chiltern?
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
THANKS. I 15lit* I" tuinlur my Sinivre Thank* to Tim Australasian Mutual Liu- Stock IirsiiruDC'o Suuurty, Limited (through their a^ent. Mrli. McKoy) for the I'umipt Settle^ me»t of a claim mode by nu» tui' the lo-:3 of u Viiluublc Heavy Draught Murt*. U. J. MAHGKUY. ltocky Point, Barnawartha.
The Federal Standard, ESTABLISHED 1859 With which are incorporated THE OVENS CONSTITUTION and MURRARY GAZETTE. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
i:->Tii;;.is!tED ISo'J With whloh are Incorporated TUB OVENS CONSTITUTION and BIOKKAY GAZETTE, PBBUSHBD Kvi'i'.y FRIDAY MORNI.NO FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2,'i, lull. The Hon A. A. Billson, M.L.A., has received tin; following communica tion anent i 111 pro vemeu ts at, the Cliil ' torn police station :-." Department of Public Works, .Melbourne, lGtli Octo ber, 1911. Sir,- Willi reference, to your representations in the matter, ] have to inform you that tenders for . ropairs to police .station, Chiltern, will be invited next week. - Yours obedi ently, li T. Dhaki:, ."secretary." Whilst starting the IIy wheel and puttiug the Ijeit on an S h.p steam engine recently, at Trelawny, liethun gra, Mr Kcd Klicki liacl narrow nscapc front beini; fatally injured. A full head of uUiaui was ou and he w,u: suddenly picked up by the fly wheel and thrown ri^lit over ihr. engine. Fortunately his ciotiie. were not caught and he. escaped with lho break ing of some I)f the ligature-; of the collarbone and perl...
OUR WEATHER. SETTLED TILL 1930. DRY AND WET SEASON. MR WRAGGE AND THE SUNSPOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
UUR WEATHER. SETTLED TILL 1930. DliV AND WET SliASONH. Mil WltAGC.K AND T1IK SUNSJ'OTS. In these days, when those; unco j honored prophets of the weather- I tin! corns mid gouty limbs of our elders-have given placc to ycionIi0o forecast, the funning community hangs j with billed breath upon the iiueranee of tlie experts. Tho Auckland (K.Z ) " Star" inter viewed Mr Clement, Wrasige, F.R.U.S. -the one-time Queensland Govern ment Meteorologist, una the foreteller of the disastrous Australian droughts -at his home at Birkenhead the other day. Mr Wraggo willingly acquiesced when iisked if he could venture a forecast. The celebrated weather prophet lives in intimate communion with the weather portents. An odd loo lei ti l; barometer wag at his elbow in his queer, workshop-like study ; !? helves of meteorological tomes liued the room. Outsido was a boxlike structure which, to the uninitiated, might have been n meat safe or u bird cage. It was, in fact, a miniature observatory, in which clo...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 October 1914
Xn Memoriam. ftcrfcou.-fri loving remembrance of my 4ear husband and our daar father, George Kemp Rutzou, who passed uwuv on October 21, 1018, at his residence,, Pent Hotel, Goora madda. Peacefully sleeping. at last. Earth's weary pain and suffering past. Jesus bas taken him home to Mis breast, Sleeping so peacefully over at rest. .-Inserted by bia loving wife and family.