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GENERAL SESSIONS. BEECHWORTH— [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 June 1914
GENERAL SESSIONS. BEECHWORTH Thursday, May 28.' Tuosday, August 4. Thursday, October 1. BENALLA Tuesday, February 21, . Wednesday, April 1. Tuesday, July 7. Tuesday, September 1. Wednesday, November 4. WANGARATTA Thursday, February. 26.., Thursday, April 2. Wednesday, June 24. Thursday, September 3. Thursday, December 3.
DEPUTATIONS TO BEECHWORTH COUNCIL. RRASSLIN'S ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 June 1914
DEPUTATIONS TO BEECH WORTH COUNCIL. RRASSLIN'S HO AD. At the Council mooting on Fiiday last Or Phillip.-! introduced Messrs A. W. Foster, J Armstrong, It. Warren, It. Mitchell, J. Fletcher (secre tary) and Mr F. 'H. Mackay (solici tor) of the Rocky Mountain Ex tended Sluicing Company, who de sired to confer with the Council anent a .proposal to form a road through their l«as:> t-.> suit Mr Rra-slin. Mr F. Brasslin was a so present. Mr A. W. Foster said tii.it on May 20 the Rocky Mountain Com pany received a notice irom the .de partment asking- if they had ally ob jection to a road being- surveyed through' the lower portion of their ?lease. They had a decided objec tion t>qcau§« it would cut off access to' the lease which they proposed to work. He explained a plan whioh he produce:!, and stated that his company had recently spent about £3000 on" a dredge. Their wages came to £4000 a year and they had settled eight families in the town and intended to place another dredge in ...
GAMES TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 June 1914
GAMES TOURNA.MENT j . The Ckldfellows and Hibernians met in St Joseph's hail on Monday night *nen the Oddf .llojvs won :by 9 games following are the details : , CRIBBAGE J. Mo'onfv and M. Kavanagh (H), ru to J. Channon and C. Longmore l"l, 1-5. >J. O'Connor and J. O'Brien (H). Jost to A.. Wheeler and B. E Forrest 'uji 1-5. J- Qune and J Chappell (H), tied |Wi S. T Channon and J Klein (O), r'T EUCHRE. 1 Lacev, senr., and W Pa veil (H ), Mat p Sevwour and H Andrews (0.), a-2. *. J-acoy, junr,, and W Anricton (vfi'- to J- Ciemonts ana T u«mn, sub, (0.) 2-3 . V. ^^oiie and J Pgan (HJJoSt (0) 2 3* and Hawken (sub), Oddfellows 21 H.bemi na 12 Mltority for Oddfellows... 9
Beechworth Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 June 1914
Beechworth Directory. Federal Electorate: Xndi R present ative, Mr Cornelia Joseph Ahem, _ n State Electorate: Ovens Representative, Hoq. A. A. Biillson ; returning officer, F. H, Mackay ; deputy, Clifford H -ebb; electoral registrar, H. R. McDonald Municipality of Beechworth : President, Cr L V.Diffey Councillors: J.Lowe, Yapdenberg. Y. Woodmg, Jf Ferguson, T. G. Ferguson, H J. Jarvis B O xNeill Wt H R Phillips, J. Waraer, J. Hodge, G. Wilson;, store engineer and valuer, R. W. Travis-; shire secretary, J W* Morton; health officer, Dr. Skinner;_ inspector, 6. Birtles The Council meets on first Friday in each month at 11 a.m. at the Council Chambers. Police Magistrate, Warden and Coroner, Alfred Aldridg Keller * Clerk of Courts and Receiver and Paymaster, H R McDonald; Justices of the Peace, J. Ingram, J Fietcher W. J. Bowen, J. Armstrong, H. Vandenberg, D. Skinner,A. A. Bill son, T. G. Ferguson. Governor of Gaol, H. C. Finnis; Senior Warder, G, TaLocal Land Officer, T. E. Wyatt; Cle...
COUNTY COURTS. BEECH WORTH [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 June 1914
COUNTS' COURTS. BEECH WORTH Thursday, May 28. Tuesday, August 4. Thursday, October 1. .. BENAULA Tuesday, February 24. Wednesday, April 1. Tuesday, July 7. ' Tuesday, September : 1. ' ; Wedneadav, November 4. BRIGHT Tuesday, April -7. Thursday, November 26. CHIT/FERN Tuesday, May 26. Thursday, August 6. : Tuesday,. November 24. WANG Alt ATTA Tnurfd.iy, April 2. Wednesday, Juna 24. Thursday, September" 3. Thursday, Decembor 3. WODONGA Tuesday, February 24. Thursday, May 14. Tnursday, Autrust. 27. Thursday, Noyembor 6.
THE SUFFRAGETTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 June 1914
THE SUFFEAGETTES. These "poor demented creature" 35 '-?k magistrate pitifully described, them, still pui-sue their mad career »! damaging and destroying public ana private property and public in iignition is so thoroughly aroused that unbss drastic measures are taken sffle terrible fatalities must ensue. Already sullrag&lt; tto head quarters in vaious towns have been rai led and t-ciifti by infuriated crowds, vlt will M fe long before summary ven feance is exercised upon these out raS«u5 lunatics. sk * A
UNIONIST AMENITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 June 1914
JJ5 UNIONIST AMENITIES. It is surprising tho want or orig inality jn the terms of abuse lavished by unionists upon their non-union ist competitors. We have long been accustomed to ' blackleg' and ' scab but noff have a new form In 'Zam BuU" apparently adopted from apop» ular ointment. So far the non-union ists have disdained to retaliate in kind, but suppose they resorted to such terms aB "scallywags" and "red shanks" t'.vo of the most contemptible terms ol abuse it is possible to em ploy. Would not unionists f°e' >n" dignant at such vilification. Yet why not? "What is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander." . & & & &
PIANO FAKEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 June 1914
riANO FAKEMENTS. The Tariff OommissiQij, now sitting, is doing some good in bringing to light the manner in wty'eh (he public is exploited by unprincipled traders, A notable instance of thps is in tho disparity between the cost and selling price o? imjwrtcd pitnos, particularly ''made- in Germany/' From the re .wlations unwillingly, extractedfrom -.ituewes we find that pianos pro duced in Germany at from £15 to j £19 are Bol l in Australia at any- ' ih.'n^ from £50 lipwanls which, nl toiTinj-.for . import., duty, gives the. shilor a nice li'tle profit of 300 tr 400 per cent. As if this .were '. pot enough the ninje plates of various Bikers can bo bought in Melbourne , jn! aifi:&lt;oJ to any instrument, how-j ever inferior. This, exposure, should . &lt;iheck the" desire for foreign pianos, 1 especially when 1'elLa.bJe instruments are being turned . out by colonial j manufacturers. !
THE COST OF LIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 June 1914
THE COST OP LIVING. It is amusing to read of the ivarioiu ' reasons for the present increase in trie cost of living-. Of eouise we | all would prefer high wages and low i pricos. but the experience of centuries lus shown the utter futility of such expectations. And the explanat'on is, atter all, so simple. In both pio proiaction ajjd distribution the driv ers must be paid; "when wages rise Ha cost of production aod idistribution are increased and prices rise automa Crally, so that the very class whicb siould benefit most are the chief con tributors to the increased expendi ture It is regrettable but inevitable. The only remedy seems to be co operative buying and private dis tribution. This may alleviate, but it certainly cannot pure tfte complaint. Jfc * 3fc *
POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 June 1914
* * W W poLrncAL. The blow has fallen and .tho two Houses of the Federai Parliament wjll shortly abrogate their functions and have to render an account of "-their etcwai'dships to their constituents. It was the only .and inevitable solution of an intolerable situation and Min istry as to be commended' for forcing on the crisis. Needless to say tile double dissolution has .come as a bolt jrom the blue upon tho Opposition who rcckl:ssly blocked every attempt at progressive legislation. Tie Se» ate especially is furious. The mem bers thinking tjiey were securely .el trenched, defjeil the Lower House to pass any' useful legislation and are now evidently afraid of the .oomjng ordeal, some of the more truculent even vilifying- the Governor-General for consenting to a double dissolu tion. However, there it is and they nill have to faco tho music even ;if . some lose the number of their njess.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 June 1914
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CONE ENSATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 June 1914
CONE ENSATIONS. I Included in the Oxley Shire ctiirviy vote were grants of £3 cach t/> thf, Ovens District Hospital and Oyeri Benevolent Asylum. A Mi's Dick, of Wangaratta, was had shoes ot gold and was drive, peeked or} the finger by a turkcv and blood poisoning resulted. West Australian apples shipped un. refrigerated to London arrived jn a deplorable condition and sold for the most part at 33 and 4s a case. An old resident of "Wagga, Mr John 81. When a youth of about 17 years the. late Mr Healy left home to join Tinker Brown's circus Ho hat! Thomas Healy, died last week, agi-4 charge ot the far-famed horse whjch in the circus by Mr Cameron, who afterwards became first member for JJeechworth in the Victorian Parlia ment. Itr Healy was recognised as a great horseman, and until qUjt8 recently went about his work on horse-back. The contractor for the erection of a bridge over the Namoi river at Narrabri, camo. upon a waggon in the bottom of the river anil hauled jt out It appears ...
MOON PHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 June 1914
MOON PHASES. New moon, Wednesday, 24tlj L^st quarter, Tuesday, 16th July, First quarter-Wednesday, 1st. Full moon-Wednesday, 8th. Last quarter-Wednesday, 15th New mooli-Thursday; 23rd. Erst quarter-TJ IUTS day, 30 th. August.. , Full - moon-Thursday,. 6th.^y" ? ;. -- New mooibi-^riStay, 21st. ' First quarter-Friday, 28th. September. Full moon-Saturday, 5th. Last quarter-Sunday, 13th. New moon-Sunday, 20th. First quarter-Saturday, 26th. October. Full moon-Sunday, 4th. Last quarter-Monday, 12th. New moon-Monday, 19th. First quarter-Monday, 26th. November. Full moon-Tuesday, 3rd. Last quarter-Wednesday, 11th. New moon-Wednesday, 18th. First. quartet1-Tuesday, 24th. December. Full moon-Thursday, 3rd. ? Last quarter-Thursday, 10th. New moon-Thursday, 17th.. First quarter-Thursday, 24th.
"CHARITY," OUR MAY QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 June 1914
" CHARI^V," OUR MAY QUEEN. On Wednesday evening . next, a number of the young folk of Beech worth, or whom we are justly proud, assisted by a few friends, ato giving an entertainment in the Federal Hail in pid or the strawberry stall in con nection wiih the Garden Fete. Ti-e first part of the programme will take the fonn of a concert consist ins or choruses by the tiny tots, piano it-ms, recitations and dance3, anil in the second part the operetta "The May Queen." by S^hindlor will be ptesented. This operetta has not been performed in Beechworth be fore. and shows a number of young girls preparing- for May Day revels and trying to select one to be Queen of the' May ; but as all aspire .to the honour, it seems as if they [will never come to a decision. How ever, th'' Fairy Princess (Miss Lily Wyatt. appears and suggests a com petition, the winner to be given the coveted honour of May Queen. Iiertha (Miss- Ada liin'-s) waives her claims in favour a' |>oor little Charity (Miss Melva...
CARDS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 June 1914
OAHDS IXJUKNAMKN'l'. The following is the draw 1st End ' 2na Una June. '. . July. Oddfellows v. Druids. IV 4. !Rechabite3 v. Hibernians 13 4. Fire Brigade v. Foresters, 14 b. Druids v. Fire Brigade 23 ft. Hibernians v. Oddfellows 21 10. Foresters v. Kechabites. ° 22 15. Oddfellows v. Bechabites. 30 16." Foresters v Druids * 29 1& Fire Brigade v. Hjbcrnains. 27 August. 22. Druids v. Hibernians. 3 24. Oadfellows v. Foresters. 4 26. Rechatoites v. Fire Brigade b 29. Oddfellows v. Fire Brigade 12 30. Foresters v. Hibernians 10 July. 2. Eechabites v. Druids J.2 9. Oombiped C'ofFee Social. 20 All matches »re to start not later tlian f>.30, and to be played within a week Of .the totes specified, 'inyelv© players aside to bo the "maximum ; eight the minimum.
AUSTRALIAN WOMANHOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 June 1914
AUSTRALIAN WOMANHOOD. On the occasion or her reading a paper entitled "Australian Woman hood" before the Women's Political Association last, week, Mrs B. Laven der advocated women being elected members of1 munioipal councils act ing ns detectives in connection with ofTences against women and children, and serving on juries. The last of these is no new proposal, and is by no means a novel one, but it ha&lt;'little or nothing to recommend it, while a great deal can be urged against, it Nor is it easy to see what 'particular end would be served by females being made councillors. It is quite true some of them have very good business heads, but the building or bridges, forming and maintenance of streets, roads and footpaths, engine 'ring and building operations, etc., etc., are hardly in their line. Moreover coun> cil mentings. are often unduly, pro longs 1 as it is: aul if male >iwl female councillors got arguing possibly "all night, sittings"-as in the case or Parliament-...
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS BEECHWORTH TO YACKANDANDAH [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 June 1914
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS BEEOHWORTH TO YAOKANDANDAH On Mondays and Wednesdays a train leaves Beechworth at 2.40 p.m. and reaches Yackandandah at 3,20. On Tburaays a train leaves Beeohwortb 10.3 a.m. and arrivea at Yackandat/dah 10.42~'a.m. '"EVERTON TO'YSciKANDANDAH AND BACK, i On Thursdays only a mixed train leave Everton for YackandandBh at 8.66 a,m reaches .leechwortb at 9,43 a.m., leave* Beechworth at 10.3 a.m., reaches Yackan dandah *t 10.42 and leader at 11,45 for Beecbwortb arriving at 12.36 and at 1.11. arrives at Everioo, YACKANDANDAH TO MELBOURNE On Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturday (only) a mixed train leaves Yaokandandah at 7.0 a.m. aud arrives at Beechworth at 7.61. It leaves Beecbwortb at 8.10, reacbe Wangaratta at 9.18, and catching (be ex preen at Wangaratta at 9.38 reaohas Mel bourne at 1,50. BKBCHVfOBTH TO MELBOURNE. A train leaves Beechworth daily at8.io a.m., leaves Everton ai 8.45 a.m., Beecb worth Junction at 9.10 s.m, and ar rives at Wangaratta at 9.18....
SPEED OF MOTOR CARS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 12 June 1914
SPJSED OP MOTOR CAES. A. motorist who -was fined 40s in default distress in the City the other day, for driving his car at an unduly high rate of speed along the St. Kilda rood. saj.a. he did not think 30 miles'Wn hour "out of the Tray when traversing- that. thoroughfare. The bench remarked that the defendant was not far from the City proper when detected, and if he considered 30 miles an hour "all correct" in such a locality ho would not hesitate to drive his car at 60 miles An hour -mile a minute-in the suburbs or country, and very likely the justices were quite right in their conjectures. It may be remarked that some motor ists pay little or no attention to the boards erected by the Automobile Club of Victoria, at various spots where a higti speed is dangerous to pedestrians and cyclists, and which have the words " Motorists plca3o drive slowly" on them. But no real reform will be effected in the matter of motoring and public safety till the curtain is rung down oh the fining far...