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SUPREME COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 October 1914

S'JI'KK.Mi: COl/KTH. lieuub worth-Tuendny, Novum bor 'J I Boualla-Tuesday, October L'O Shepparton-Tuesday, ftuptumbur li>

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 October 1914

DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSIONS. Beuch worth-Daily Benallu-Daily Bethanga-Every Wednesday, Chiltem-Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Eldorado-Every Wednesday, Kiowa-First Wed. each month Myrtloford-Every Friday, Rutherglen-Every Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday Tallangatta-Every Wudnosday Wodonga-Every Thursday Wan<;aratta-Daily Wahyunyah-Every second Friday. Ynckaudandah-Every Monday.

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE OVENS SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 October 1914

YHE OVENS SEAT. ? ::lTlfe following letter written ntuWfhi! noni do plume of " Winchman," 1'on' pi iikah, hearing (lite October 120, 1911, appears in the lust issue of ihe "Alpine. Observer":-"Within tli» next few weeks lliu electors of luii State will be called upon to elect a new . Lecialntive Assembly. Over nhadowed as it liny bn by the war awl drought, the fact remains that there iJ poin? to he a bold bid for the Treasury benches, and this Labor Parly, flu-hnl with the rreent Ke<ieral socce«fti'p, is anticipating 11 similar cleaning up In the Ovens electorate. Mr 0. J. Uen ne't has been selected to carrv t Labor banner in opposition to the sitting member, the Hon A. A. Mill son. If I might be permitted, Sir, 1 . would like lo give my opinion on bhe ' merits of the t>vo candidates. Jn the tirst place it will be aaree.d to by all that ia comparison with the fcederiil House the functions of the Hint Parliament are purely of n piroclii«l nature, and do not embrace such...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHILTERN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, October 27. (Before Mr Beaven, P.M.) RIDING ON FOOTPATH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 October 1914

CMII.TORN POLICE COURT. Tuns'dny, October 27. (In'tdre Mr Uuavun, P.M.) lilDISli O.N FOOTPATH. Thomas Herbs'reet was charged with ruling; a bicycle on iho footpath ' ii'. Oliikern on October 17. I tefembuit (lid not appear but sent a letter admitting the oll'ence. fyi'nioeconsuble Mills depo-ed : On morning of Uctotw-r 17 defendmil- eune nut'of t.lie buck of tin) Empire hotel, and rode for 101 paces along the t'oni path in Main street. 1 S'-nt. a bo_v after hiui aud brought hiiu back. The P.M.-Fined Ds, with '2-i Od costs, in default distress. Tim court then adjourned. A tragic accident occurred "on Satur" diy afternoon at the military encamp ment at Maraubra (N S.W.) Some of the soldiers were being photograph* d and when ono of the men was taking his turn at tin: nun hu slipped. In the fall the gun win accidentally turned round nod set in motion. Bullets 11 \v in the direction of a group if men, and one of them, Private (J ?I. II. Walker, aged lit years, a resi dent ot (joulburn, w...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 October 1914

THROAT AFFKCHOKS aNn MOAKSP.NP.SS. All suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be a^mcably surprieul at the almost Immediate relief afforded by the use of 4 Brown's Bronchial Trochee.' TheBe famous * lozenges1 aro now sold by rnost respectable chemists in this country. People troubled with a * hack ng cough, . a ' slight cold,' or bron, chial affections cannot ivy them too soon as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic ^Sections. See that tho signature of John I. Brown & J*on in on every wrapper, Prepared by John I. Brown & Son, Boston, (J,S,A. European Depot 33 K»rrinifdon k\ Ifinglimtf Dcs'Not Neglect vour opportunities. Some people Imve J ninny opportunities of ImpioWntf tlirlr I I petition, others only have few. In this ! I competitive aye e\ervone who has to rely I ^ upon his own exertions for n livelihood, f I forgotten that mental vljjmir and activity l j greatly depend upon jtneral physical lit-...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FISHING REGULATIONS. MINIMUM MEASUREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 October 1914

FISH1N0 REGULATIONS. MINIMUM M KASUHUMENTS. Tho Fisheries and Gamo department lias decided that the minimum size of (isli which will bo allowed to bo taken from tlm son and rivers will be deter miiiccl by leimth iustead of by weight, and regulations in order to effect the alteration in tho system will bo issued shortly. Tlm depsrt menfc poiuts ouf that thu method of lixiim a minimum weight has many disadvantages, aud lias already bei!-> discarded by most of the countries of (lie world in favour of the measurement system. Al ready the following measurements have been fixed :-1-iream, 8in ; flat head, 1'Jin ; gartish, Din ; mullet, cSAin ; schnapper, lOJrin ; English and other non-indigenous trout, llin; whiting, 11 in ; crayfish, llin. The minimum size will not be appreciably altered by the adoption of these standards-, except in the case of garfish, which have been raised .slightly, and flathead, which have beeu raised about lioz. Tim measure ments must be made from end to end ex...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VERMIN DESTRUCTION. POISONING OF RABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 October 1914

VERMIN DESTRUCTION. J'UISUNINU OF KAMJIT l'\>r the last ti imnoial year uf this Vermin Destruction deparuuent of the .State a sum of £1-1,-07 was expended as follows : -- Inspectors' salaries, £10,887 -Is "2il ; wa^es mid material, £l'J,lioS 17s 0d ; tix ami wild doy subsidy, I.'iOO 7s ; rcpiyuioiiLs to vote, £15,MO Its Ixl. The chief inspector (Mr I'\ E. Allan), in liis report. for the year, has stalled that there were 07 inspectors and an average of -0U men employed, but the latter could not he definitely stated, as the employment of ihe men was generally intei niillent us circum stances required, varying from one day to the whole your. While tlm expen diture showed ill.'207, the actual vole was £"2'.),000. The difference of £1 represented money Lhat liad been compulsorily expended upon land owners in accordance with the powers of lhe act, and which had to bo repaid to the Crown. Marked success had followed the stryclinined apple and carrot poisoning of rabbits. Its utility at ...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOORAMANDA V [?]UNGOWANN[?] [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 October 1914

V 11U N < 10 W A N .S\\ H . A drawn Kiiuiu results! between tbc above | tc:ims on Saturday. Goorain uidu declared | their innings closed with 4 wickets down for ' Ml runs, W. ]jf*ahy G5 not out beinj: the highest scorer. YVhtm tim« was oallcd Bun gowatmub bad lo.-'t * wicket^ for 46.

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 October 1914

THIS CUNCEKT. At liiplit the School of ArtH wus crowded to its uitiiost boliliiiK capacity wbm u couccrt wuti held. Thu proijriiiiiiiiB, wbicb whs provided IJV urtisto from Burnawartba, Hutherglt-'ii, Albury and tbu surrounding district, wus ODU of tho best ever submitted to u IJjwIOIIK uudiciice. Sub cijuuutly n duncu wau held which was ulao !i huge SUCC.'SU.

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PICNIC AND SPORTS AT HOWLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 October 1914

PICNIC AND SPORTS AT HOWLONG. Despite the bait season, drought, etc, tlie appeal made by the residents of liowlouir, in aid of the Patriotic War Fund, on Wednesday lust, proved to be must successful. The function took the form of a picnic and sports meetinir, and was held on t lie Recrcation reserve. Flairs were Hying all over the ground, while (he olUcors wore decorated with the.colors of the allied forces. The Indies intended to the catering and during tlie day afternoon lea was dispensed by a host of willing ?workers,' under the management of Mrs (J. I'. Leahy and Mrs K, J. Leahy. On tin- op lM,!:ilu Hide »f U.o Ki-oiiiiclrt Mr Jiick SOI/*' supplied tin; thirsty with I ho ru p thai cheers, and its tin,' weather was warm ho was kept. busy. Amongst iliu visitors present were I lie Mayor and Mayoress of A1 bury (Alderman and Mrs Waugh), Crs Wilson ami Leahy (Hume shire) and Cr J3raun ^president of llie Uliiliern shire.) The arrangement,« were splen *tli lly carried out, ami not the ...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 October 1914

Motherhood. \{[ OTHKKBOUD, as the lato Die Tauiahk LtJL observed, " is tbe noblest aspiration ol womanhood iu its bust sense " There h something lacking in tbo home into vvbicb uo baby has ever entered. Without tlio advent of <l the Utile stranger" the happiness of huebund and wife id nover quilo complete. A book of valuable information, telling how thousands of people have had their hearts' desire gratified, will be sent free to anyone who cuts out this advertisement aud sends it to n&oflKsrimeaaS IB 4>3, Ladicu' College of Health, I'bair's Building 327 Cottms-titrcoi, Idcibuuruo Ovens Election. rpiIE HON A. A. JJILLSON will X be in Gliiilcni THIS (Friday) EVENING, October 30, mid would like to meet supporters who lire intercuted in liis candidature. §TA1'E SilvtSC'JrMPiS. iS H M B 11 (Sea Q tin B D y H U J TDe Local LiDsrai canmnaie, \\ ILL ADDRESS Tin; ELECTOliS BEN AMBRA .\s i'NIII:II . liETIIANGA - MilDAV, OCTOUKlt .10 lit S p.m. I30NEGILLV-SATUITDAY, OCTO...

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WAR NOTES.- [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 October 1914

WAR NOTES. - ? Tim Hprinyhursl I'atriutic W f^r Fuud liaH dosed and jEl'Jl haa been remitted tu the Lord Mayor of Mel bourne. It is ullioiidly stilted llrit (JertiHii minus, wliicli were lai'l on the north coast of Ireland, sink Uie steuin r Manchester lAjurli-en persons wrr dro^'iuil. A inessaL:<' from Amste'dtiu (Hol land) states that the to » n of Holders ] wliien lias ij i.'ii reoei'iipic'l I>y ill" Germans, lists l.i'Oii lined i.'10,000 t>V tin1 enemy. liarun Vnndarenne, General u*' (lit' Adjutancy iSmi 11, in an inter* dew stated 11)lit wllf'll tilt! Germans) St!CUI'ed |> 'S ses.-iim of Cal lis'I liev wrai .1 use ITin howitzers fur p'-uli'cliu^ Irises for torpeduers anil submarines,-urroiiud il by a triple nnv ? f mini's, anil would scalier a miiiet'ieal from WnrlsmuUth In tin* North .Sua. Berlin papers statu that up In October 21 tin; prisoners t alien by Germany wen; as fodow : French - Ollicers 2172, Men 110 S07. Russian - O'lliuom 21G-| Jli'ti 101,521. ...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SP0RTING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 October 1914

SP0RT1NU. .Snapdragon, jun, anticipates tlrit tliu Melbourne Cup, to be ruu on Tuesday next, will be won by S'. Carwyne or Uncle Sam, with Cagou next best, and for thu Derby to morrow (Saturday) lie places tt'oorak lirot, Mountain Knight secund aud Trmjuulte third. (-<us CJhria:ie, of America, knocked out tliu French middleweight, Victor Ma rebuild, in tlie third round at Baker's Stadium, Sydney, ou Saturday uiglr, The contest was billed for 20 rounds', but Marchant was uevur in it aud was almost couuted out in the first minute. At Brisbane. on Saturday night, Herb McCoy, of Australia, defeated Ferdinand Quentlreux, of France. In tilt: earlier lounds the Frenchman fought well, but after the teuth McCov had the contest well in hand aud won comfortably. Ihe well known distiict performer, Bill Brandon, who Juried favorite at 0 to I iiL'St ill the liurdlo Kaon at Moonee Valley on Saturday, ju.viliud tin: ounli lence reposed iu hill) by winning by a neek. The distance was two ...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES BATES FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 30 October 1914

POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES RATES FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA. Letters—Half ounce or under .... 0 1 " For every ounce .... 0 2 Urgent Letters—For each Letter in addition to ordinary postage .... 0 6 Late fee .... 0 1   Packets—Commercial and printed papers, maximum weight 5lbs, dimensions not to exceed 2ft in length, 1ft in depth or width, for every 2oz, or fraction thereof .... 0 1   Patterns and samples, packets of   merchandise, etc., maximum weight 1lb ; dimension not to exceed 2ft in length, one foot in depth or width ; rate of post- age for every 2oz or fraction thereof .... 0 1     Books—For every 4oz or under   up to 5lbs .... 0 1   Newspapers—For each newspaper .... 0 0½ Newspapers, magazines and   publications not published in the Commonwealth, 2oz .... 0 0½ Post Cards—each .... 0 1 Reply Post Cards—each .... 0 2 Letter Cards—2 for .... 0 2 Registration fee .... 0 3 Parcel 1lb o...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

WEDDINGS. MCMAIION- IIKNNESSY. A very interesting wedding >vag celebrated at St Martin's U 0. Ohurch Boorhaman, on Wednesday, October 26', at 9 a.m., thy cont« acting parties being Miss Margaret Veronica (FearI) Hennetsy, second daughter of Mr uiri Mrs Patrick Hinuessy, of " Fairview," »». HKll. .VI r A r»rj ».»...» iUuiHniiuti, fuurtii MJ14 oi Mrs find tlm late Mr Michael MCMiiIkhi, t>{ " ISrins vale," iSpt inghurst. The ceremony was performed by tlie Very Kev Father Byrne, P.F , jind aiS'uplual Mass was eelebralel, tlie altar liav inn been nicely decorated by tli?? Misses Byrne of Boorhainan. Owing to a recent, family benuvemeiit only immediate relatives of tlie puties were present, hut a (lumber of interested friends were iu nttendancM to witness the ceremony. Tlie tinde was motored to the church by her uncle (Mr J. J. Melvinty) and she entered the church supporti (1 by her father, the Weddin.' March being played by Miss Eihen Minogue. The bride was becomingly attired in a ...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHILTERN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

CHILTERN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, November 2. Present: President Brann and Crs - Sutherland, Dift'ey, Smith, Black, Hollister, Howes and Barlow. A letter was rend From Public. Health department, forwarding circular re private hospi tals.-Cr Black moved, and (Jr .Smith seconded, that game lie referred to the Health officer.-Carried. From J. W. Leekie, M.I/.A.. enclos ing copy of a Hill to provide for the cleaning out and reclamation of the Bendigo Creek and for other pur poses.- Received. From Department of Public Works, .acknowledging receipt of application for a grant of X-100 fur roads, and stating that the application had been scheduled for consideration in the evont of further funds being made available for allocation to municipali ties.-Received. From City of Bendigo, asking council to support the candidature of Cr D. Andrew, of Bendigo, as one of the municipal representatives on the Country Fire Brigades' Board.-Cr Smith moved, and Cr Sutherland seconded, that support be accorde...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SAVED BY A SIGN. FREEMASONRY AT LOUVAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

SAVED BY A SIGN. ntEKMASONKT AT I.OUVAIN. A remarkable incident testifying alike to the power ot Freemasonry and the splendid devotion of a citizen of Louvain has been reported accord ing to English newspapers just to Hand. At the time of (he sack of the town the Germans seized SO men, whom they bound, :uid told that they were going to be shot. A tiring party had already raised their ritles to take aim, when one of tbe 50 made a Masonic; sign. The German orticer in command of the sijuad was himself a Freemason, and just as ho was yoiui; to give the order to lire he 6a\v tbe si«n, and recognised a " brother." He at once ordeud tho Freemason to leave the rauks, and told him to go away. " No," replied the citizen of Lou vain, " my fellow citizens are no mofa uuilly than I ain ; if you arp going to kill iliem I shall not go away, but X shall be killed with them." Toughed by this art of devotion; tliB otiicer ordered the release of the 50 unfortunate men, who thus owed their liveato tbe ...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

SPORTINU. Tlio Victoria Derby, ruu at Fleming ton ou Saturday, proved to be a turn up tor the bookies. iNono of the favori Hi's were in thu hunt, and three rauk outsiders tilled ilie places, viz, Carlita 1, Aristaeus and Giru 3. Tha win ner was ridden by R Lewis, started 'JO to 1 agst and covered thu 1 A milaa in -mill 37}aec?. A raco for aside to nettlo an argument as to whether Mr Pluukett'a Go'.dshell or Mr T. Ryan's Peepbo was I he faster took place at Middle ludii'o last week. Both owners ap N, ill IM.P'.Hll-tLL. ? carrying a h. .-v--j,, whilst. Goldsholl's were navy bluo shirt and cap. The distance was half a milt:, and after a good contest Gold ahull secured the verdict hy a length. Mr R. Newljouud acted as starter and Mr J, b&ynt-s as judge. The Melbourne Cup of 101} has conie and uoue. L'S horses sported silk for this year's hi.j event, and IviogB burgh, which went out at L'U to 1 agst, won by a neck from -Sir Alwyntoo, wi'li Moonbria third. The time for the two mil...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHILTERN POLICE COURT. Friday, October 30. (Before Mr Browse, J.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

CHILTERN POLICE COURT. Kiiday, October ISO. (Befuru Mr Browse, J.P.) Alexander AlcLeod, who was arres ted on tliu previous night, was charged with being drunk and disorderly in C'onness street, Oliiltern. Defendant pleaded guilty. Constable McMillen deposed : [ was on duty oil Thursday night and saw accused in the street and warned hiui on three or four occasions to leave the town. At about 11.30 p.m. he waa creatingn disturbance in Uonness street and I arrested him and lodged hiin in the watchliouse. Accural. - I have a jub to go to and want to earn a bit of money for Xmaa. If T am let utt this time I will get out of the town and go to work. The bench--You are au old offender and made the same plea when you were here last time. You will bo fined £1, in default 7 days' imprison ment. As accused could not pay tlio fine he was removed to Beeohworth ou Friday.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
District Telephone Stations and Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

District. Telephone Stations and Rates. ConvorsntiuuH can bo carried on between (Jliiltern mid tlio undermen tioned places by telephone, either direct from subscribers' premises or from the post office, at charges named: Firat 3 Additional iniuiitoa,' ;i minutes. Alliia'a Flut ... Sd Gd All'iiry ... Id ' ,'5d Hiinmwni'llin ... L'll 2d Uerclnvorth ... <Sd (id Bcnallu ... 8d Gd 13ntlmnga ... Gd fid Brifjiit ... 1K <Jd Cliiltcni Viillcy 2d 2t| thrown ... -Id 3d Dcvcnisli ... 8d (id ISurun ... Is Od Hldonido (id Klxlun ... (id 5d (-iluiirowati ... Gd 5d Ouruiantuu N.n.w 1b Del I lowloug ... Sd (id Huon ... (id 5(| JintWa k.S.w ... (id Jul Kyu lira in 2s .Id 1B ;)(| KouiotiH ... la yj Lowusdulo k.m.w ; la 0(1 Mooroopua 2H Id Is !)u Milawn ... «d lid Melbourne 2a Id la <Jd Mulwiiln ... In <)c| llyrtlefurd ... Is 'Jd Nn»ambio Is lOd ]s Id IN'ortii Prenticu... /Id 3d Ruthurglen ... 3d 3d .Springhurst ... 2d "Jd Seymour la lOd la Id Swnnpool ... la...

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