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DIARY OF THE WAR. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

DIARY OF THE WAR. .1 UNE. 28-Archduko Franz Frrdinand assas sinated at, Sarajevo JULY. 23-Austriasonds ultimatum to Servin, demanding t lie prosecution of Servians uoi 11 p ro in iseci in ilia assassination of Archduke Frnnz Ferdinand 2.r>-Servia refuses 'o cumply with tin; demand 28- Aimriu declares war on Servia .J'J - Diplomatic relations between Russia and Austria suspended British First l<"leet leaves Portland Russia mobilising army AUGUST. 1-German troops invade France 2-Germany declares war on Russia 3-Invasion of Belgium liy Germany Germany declares war on Fruticu Gerinanu n pulsed at Lieut: ?J - Britain declares war oil Germany (j-Austria Hunwary declares war on Russia 12-Great Britain nnd Austria lit war 13-British Expeditionary V'oroo iu Krancn 15-500,000 Frcucli troops in Alsaco 16-Czir proiiiiaeB Humo I'iulu to Poland Jupau bcikIh ul1 iinalum In Ger many re{»«rclin«» Kiao-Ghau 20-Germans occupy Brussels 22-Namur invested nnd Ghent oc cupied liy tin? German...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
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[?]ARNAWARTHA V RUTHE[?]GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

tlAUNAWAKTHA V KUTJIKKfil.EN. Tim tiitni Id r.'pri'Sunt UariiawurUia in their matuh with itiitbcrKlun nt tliu Olon uii Siitunlny will bu L-li.'sioii fruin llie following pliiyciri : -Buster {.>), Diukson (-J), It. Hicks, ?I. ltyun, Clem Tanner, Harrington, J. Sul llivim ((jupt), H. DeMauiiel, J, Scott, Gnndeii, (2), Bailey and liogaih.

Publication Title: Federal Standard
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GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

Ut'iNF.KAI* SKSNIONH, I Beechworth-Thursday, October 1 ; Bonullu-Wednesday, .November «1 Waoguratui-Thureduy, Doccmbur 'J

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SUPREME COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

B'JI'IIKMK COUKTU, Beocl) worth-Tuesday, November 124 Bonalla-Tuesday, October 20 Shupparlun-Tuesday, September lo

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SPRINGHURST V CHIL[?]ERN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

Sl'llINd HL'HST V CHIMKUN. Sprin^burst were ut home to Chiltcrn on Saturday, and succeeded in Fcoring a win by 2:> runs. The b.itting on both sides was poor, thn howlers being in good form, with the result that no big scores were compiled A. Tonkin 22 was the only one to reach double ligures for the. loeuls, while the highest scorers for Chiltern were J. Mariin 11, and F. Cross 10. Scores : - Springhurst. C. .Inline, b Martin .. .. .. 0 15. Kerr, b Cross .. .. .. A. Kerr, o and h Martin A Tonkin, b O'Neill.. (t. l'earce, e O'Neill, b Mnrlin.. .. Meat, c F. Cross, b T. Cross .. .. M. O'Brien, h Martin.. .. ., A. I'lum, h O'Neill I). I'unneen, not out . . ?\. Rllm, b Cross \V. I'lum, b Cro^s .. .. Sundries, .. .. ..11 Total, .. 01 Bowling analysis-U. Martin,-72 balls, 2 runs, I wickct;i; T. Cross. 3t3.bulla, 23-runs. I wirkets ; 1'. O'Neill, bulla, 10 run*, ivickuts. Chiltcrn. I). Martin, b E. Kerr.. .. .. i\ O'Neill, c A. Kerr, b 15. Kerr J. Martin, ibw, b A. Kerr .. 11 15. Martin...

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CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. POSITIONS OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. POSITIONS OK CM'HS. Chih?j I'hiyetl Wen Lost D'wn Points Mt Ophir .. 'i 2 0 2 12 Coruwa A .. 1 2 1 1 10 iiarnawiirthii 2 2 0 1 10 Springburst .. H 2 0 1 10 Kuthurplun I L I 2 H UhiUern H 1 1 1 <> Luke .. I 1 2-1 f. .Yimujtuwn .. I 0 II !' 2 Coruwu 13 .. 0 \i 0 0

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RUTHERGLEN V M[?] [?]R. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

nurHi-:itaf.i-:\ v MI-, ornnt. Thiti tuatish was played at Kuibcrgleu on Saturdiiv and rusultcd 111 a ilriuv. Scores Kuthergk'ii. Christian, e and b fciumvaN .. ., II HauHer, b Heady Dennis, run cut \llinM)n, c Sullivan, b L'wiriu.. IJIowuiv, lb\v, b Sullivan Lotl. I) Heady ineol1. )> Sulljvun Casi-y, ni't cut .. .. h'rost, b Su livaii Tannrr, b Urady .. Goodwi ). il.w, b Heady ,, Sundries, .. H Total, .. .. ..Mi'. Bowlin^ -SuUiv tu, 1 for 4iI; Heady, i fo» is; Wilson, U for 10 ; I'earco, 1 for 10; Hope, o for is. Mount Opbir. W. Sullivan, c (Jlm=>uan, D liloworn .. .'{<) W. Hairy, b ChrUtim Heady, c Tanner, b Blowers .. 13<*p<-, c Christian, b fjott Hicks, |bvvt b Lott H. .Johns, lb\v, b Chilian .. Uobtf, noL out .. Wilson, not out ,, Sundrus, .. ;) Total for ii wickets ,, *.! - butt, 'J fur ; Christian, 2 for '2't ; Mowers, 2 fui" 1-j ; Incoll, 0 for 8. (I

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BURNAWARTHA V LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

lUUNAWAUTIIA V LAKK. The match between Lake and Barnawarthu took place at Barnawurtba on Saturday, and resulted in a very easy win for the locals with the loss of only ono wiokct. Clem Taontr being in good form with the bat made 50 not out. For Lake, Bell 2.3,11 Hfekins 12 and J. Wbelnn 11 batted ueil. Scores: ^ Lake. Its'Hiskins, Ibw, I) Baxtur .. ..12 U. YuteB. b Dickson .. .. ., 0 J. Grantham, b'Dicksoii - .J X. Yates, run out .. w .., J. Wbelan, b Baxtur.. .. .. U. Bell, run nut .. .. .. YlcCallum, run out .. .. U. Grantham, b Harrington . . H. Nicholson, riot out . . . .. 7 L'\ Schmelxle, c Harrington, b Cheoeley.. (> P. Blondon, Ibw, b Choesley .. .. 0 Sundries, .. .. t* Total, .. .. t, 88 Bowling analysis- G. Baxter, 81 bdtle, it maiden?, 27 runs, 2 wickets ; J. Sullivan, 24 balls, 22 runs; T. Harrington, 18 ballB, 2 maiden?, 1 runs, 1 wioket; J. Cheesloy, 3 ball?, 2 wickets; T. Dickson,UGballs, 21 runs, 2 wickets. , ' ' Barnawartba. Oletn Tanner, not out .. .. oU T. Dicks...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

Bereavement Card. Mil F. T. HOIJLOWAY and Family, oi \ Barnawartba. ifasire ID return thanks ; to all kind friends and iixpiircrB for assis tance, messages of s\ni»athy, and lloral tributes during tbeir recent sad bereavement. ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

SMITH'S SEEDS ARE SOLO OH HONOR! TRY THEM ! WIUTK f »r i/iiMtatiim- for Si-rds di'livcivd at voiir manvt Ktiil.vav Station below M<'IIhi1I1 llr ,.1 ii , Jie.«t linpjrii-d Duurl K-r\ Kitpe, Hunter lliver and other l.'udin>_! vinietii'S of Ijueernc Sorghums, Millets. Turnips. The Wonderful New Fodder i'lant silver b'eet, and Smith's famous strains of Field Carrot and Champion Manprl. State approximately quantities required. frrr. GEO. SMITH, SEED IMPORTER, BALLARAT. (Established lsiil.) Melbourne Address-J3ox 3lis G,1\0. Coi]imoii\vealtb£ftfeBntk',3u6tofe ® 111:ai? "i i i< i: svpnkv f°?a» General Banking Business CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON Savings Bank Department BRANCHES in the clm-i renin's «vuJ AGENCIES «»l _ _ ^ - _ Post Offices . . . . Deposits ^ _ to -O 3QQ <. 2000 in Australia !^ r 3" trom " and Papua n iNTl-ltSTATi; an«l ISTF.KNATK»N AL Savin-- !Ui.k I'-.ilinr .MME* KTMh i;..»rrr,.r ITM* .v. Mll.U'n, 't it' i ii ; I) H N T]_ST...

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THE GAZETTE. Leasos Approved. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

THE GAZETTE. Lcb503 Approved. I ' W. J. Odta, jun, tin 3r 20p, Chiltem ;W.rit I .Iiunoa Kobinson, UOa 2r Hp, Cbiltern Wet LItrbcrt Gillnmn, -10a lr 18p, Chiltorii West William C. Botta, 2'2\ Or Hp, Gonrnmaddu Application for Ihsub of Urown Grant. Win Jttowu, 20a 'Ar 30p, Clultern Went Application for Liconae Approved. S. Mantolli, ii ucro^, Cbiltern West Transfer K^mtcrcd. August I'orlz-il transferror, Charlottn .latin Taylor Travis transferee, 101 2r lp, Clultern Crown Land Available. I'ari>h of l£ldorad-i, 200 uciud, first cla*j, .» milt's from Cbilturn ruihvtiy dtution, forfciti-u by A. E. Pnllol.

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Items of [?]ems. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

Stems of "Slews. October 15)1-1 mu;>t be cmlited with the lowest rainfall on record, only one point being regis'ered Jjythe I'V.Dickal Standakd ollice gauge, the next nearest approach being in 1896 when 38 points fell. Ltstyear for the sain . month 2 44ins were recorded and in 1912 l-17ins For the ten months of the present, year 11-lOins of rain fell as against 21 *77ins for a similar petiod in 1913, 1-1 3(5ins in 1912, 22 77in.s in 1911, and 10 71 ins ii» 1910. In such a bid season as has been experienced this year, when crops are mostly failures, it is refreshing to hear of an exceptionally nood; one. Mr J Skehan, who owns what is known lis McVean's old. homestead sta'ion at Howlons?, has 350 acres und"r wheat, the height of which- is 3ft tiins, and will average about 20 buslieis per acre. , 'n«!-.lr.Lwiti|! V lor U.o ..... or -li»S6»fc»*r at--Wmi4 garalta l»y Mr T, Laidler tuuk place, on Wednesday, October 28. The win ninj; ticket was No 8307, and was held by .Mrs J'\ Richards...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

Why Sl^quhi Women Suffer ? / *LD tiin«) kyric acoepw-d jt iih n quitter u( \ u«id (apt thai W4«ra nuido Id sufior from girlhood to tjio »ruyH What a monstroun (ioutrjnf. A. book dealing with lh« lmi'tcr of fifiip »ud sulfornm at; fititjctipp | women folk, ami which tulU lion* thousand? have Im en restored by a BinijiU; ho^a treat ment to permanent health after yearti of pain, will hi! !»«;nt to anyone who puts out this advciiir«:upnt and suudi; it to SJepartment A 63, Ladiuii' Collouc of Health, Phair'a Buildings, '.VII Ijoilin? street, M'-lhourno. Ladiea \ telling the City nrocordially invited to call and chut over health matters witii the Maoa^orota, ' * CHILTERN BOWLING CLUB. f JPHF, OFFICIAL OPENING of the JL Chiltom Bowling Green will take place on WEDNESDAY, 11th November, at p.in. All cordially invited. J. A. GKINLINGTON. lion. See. Jlj'OlI SALE-Seven roomed W.H. -L House, situated at Hifjh street, Chiltern. Apply, MRS G. PIEKSUN. rpHE INSOLVENCY ACTS.-In the Court 1 of Insol...

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The Federal Standard, ESTABLISHED 18[?] With which are incorporated THE OVENS CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZETTE. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

I;STAI:I,ISIIKl> ]S.V.I With which aru Incorporated THE OVENS OOMBTITCTION and MURRAY GAZETTE. PtJBUBDKD KVBKV FRIDAY MORNING FRIDAY. NOVEMBER G," 11)14. THE water supply question, as far as Cbilteru is concerned, is at present a serious matter. Fur weeks the town has bcou without, water, a-id although tha reservoir is practically dry no effort has been nudo to tuke ud van tage of tliu position and increase its holding capacity by making a larger excavation so as to ensure in the future a betier service. Tin: council lors or citizens are not ill any way responsible for llie springs giving out or the reservoir, running dry. it was quite beyond -their control, other ejemonls such as a deficient rainfall for the past three years is the primary cause. There are residents in galore who are very destiuetivo in their criticism of the acts of councillors but few of them have shown any construc tive ability as to how to put water in the reservoir. Fur years we have had .reports and report...

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DISTRICT CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

DISTRICT CRICKET. Following is tlm draw in connection with tlio irm'clies to bo played during ih« season uixli-r the District Aasooia lion. The mulches to ba played ou tliu first named ground : November 7 Corowa B v Like Hutlierjjlen v Barnawarllia Cliiliern v Mount Ophir Sprinahurst v Olirhuinistown Corowa A, a bye November 14 Corowa A v Cliiltern Christ nmstown v Rutbor^lcn LaW« v Sprinuhtirst Jiarnawartha v Corowa, I> Mount Ophir, a bye November 21 ' Mount Ophir v Baruawartha Corowa ii v ChristuiaBtuwu Chiltorn v Lake ' Springhurst v Corowa A Kutliergleu, a hyo November 28 Uarnawarlha v Sprin^hurst Ilutherglen v Corowa A Corowa 15 v Mt Opln'r Christmastown v Chilteru

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CONCERT AT MIDDLE INDIGO [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

CONCERT AT MIUDIJi INLMUO -Thi) Middle Indian st'ite school wa^ "nicely il'iMr.Ut'cl with lliiyii, etc, on Friday evening lam, the occasion beini: a concert in aid of ilin Patriotic fund The fcliooirooni was packed, ill fact " large number were unable to in jidniiasion to tin) building and had 10 content themselves outside. Visitors were present from (Jliiltcru, Barna wartha, and all parts of tlie surround inu district. Air A. Wellington oc cilpieti tin: cliiiir. The programme win opened with a pianoforte overture nicely played by Miss A. Oil-:. 'l'lu Rev II. Dennis followed with the soil";, "The sleeping camp," wliioli he rendered spiritedly. Aliss E. Porter sung " Sympathy," mul hur L'H'orti met with appreciation. The vons:, "Gome Kina to mo," was contributed hy Miss Kyati in her well-known style, and was Breoted with loud applause. Aliss J. McDonald Bany "The march of tli Cameron uieu" very BWeotly and for the number ri ceivpd well merited Hpprobalion A reciuition entitled, "Tho ...

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DISPUTED TAILINGS SITE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

UlbPUTGU TAILINGS SITE. In tho Kriiht Warden's Court on Thurmlay morning Mr Warden lOdley gave his. reserved douHion ia r.ho cjish of Thomas iii»uiust Kraser, for the cancell<vion of a tailing dam aitn at Wundiliijonj; Mr AI. G. G. Rix appeared fur phiiritiiT; defendant w,js not represented by counsel. Mr Kei h*y, in delivering judgment, Paid : uJn thin action complainant a*ks to hive the registration of a (.tilings dam :;ei aside or cancelled on ihe grounds tlin' tho di-f.-ndiin, not bem^ tho holder of a claim cannot hold a lai'inus dam, and further, that the lading dam lifts been improperly taken up on land leased to th*» Wandiligon*; Dred^ini: Company. Tho mining by laws deal in«» wi'h datus provide that the holder I of a miner'n ri^ht can hold a dam ! in connection with a ciaiiu or miuin^ tonernotif. A machinery site is» in cluded in ill-- delinition of mining LrnewLMif, consequently the holder of a machinery cite can also hold a dam As all dams under tljt- by-laws ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 November 1914

WONDERFUL RECOVERY. TWO LITTLE GfRLS KKLIEVED < . OF THKEAD WORMS BY COM STOCK.S " DEAD SHOT" WORM PELLETS. A potent proof of the thorough manner in which Comstock'a " Dead Shot" Worm Polluta eradicate thread worms is the utatement made by Mrs Maud Tongue, of Edward street, Charters Tower.". Queensland. This lady'w twu little girla suffered a great deal, and although many preparations wore tried, nothing gave any relief, until «ho used Comsiock'fe " Dead Shot" Worm Pellets, with a result that aecino almost incredable, yet, nevertheless, ia a fact, and furthermore, being achieved every day by paronta who are treating their children with (hose Pellota. Mrs Tongue writea : .* My two little daughters were elHicted with thread woiiiib. In fact, one of the children, Laura, wan literally alive with theni. 1 had leoou bh to many remedies without BiicceKR The distressing symp loins of reBtltfBrfuens at nwht, and peevish neso for a long period worried me con siderably until I came ...

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PROPOSED MINING GRANT FOR CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 November 1914

PROPOSED MINING GRANT . FOR CMILTGRN. Til nsponRU to a request made by the lion. A. A. Uillsim, ML. A, for n Government tyrant for the develop munt of tht: (juariz minus at Chil'erti, Mr H. Heruiau, chief officer of thp geological branch' of the Mine3 depart ment, visited Chiltein on Friday lost Hn was uict by Cr J. Brann (presi dent of Cbilteru Shire), Cr Howes, Di Harkin, and Messrs VV. H. Browse, T Martin and E. J. Hicks. The party visited the Goldon Bai mine first where Dr Harkin explained the work which had been done. pointed out thai the Gulden 13ar Ex tended mine was equipped with an up to dato plant and had the ehaft down to 700 feet. Mr Herman-Supposing theCJoviru tuent weru willing to coino to youi nBgiatunue, could yuu raise any money Dr Harkin-No, I do not tliiuk so. we have been atju'-iezocl riylit out. Mr Herman - Well, what idea: fmvn you (,'Ot ! Wlial proposition do you intend to make Dr Harkin-We have no proposi tion. We have no muney coming in. Cr Howes-Thorn is no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 November 1914

Shirt! ol' Clnltmi. NOTICK in hcrchy <:iv!ju thai. Uic Chilturu Shire Council :tt jl lm/el iu^ of tip: council t<> 1"' I"'!'! H',: Shire Uall, ChiHi;rn, ;it - p.m., mi MON DAY. 7th l^ix-inhcr, 191-1, iuti'iul to' Make and I.ow a ( tI'N I.I» A I» HA I'K of ONT. SNIUJXd IN" THK pot:xr equally in nsp'H.'t (/I .ill nttcaM',- property within Lli*: Shirt; of ('lulU-rn f<>r tl"' period enunij,'?"?Ulh September. Tiic estimate in ueeordainv with i.ne.il (iovenmient Act P-MKi U deposited ;il Ur.: Shire Secretary's OtViee, rhiltern. for inspection by ratepayers. If anv p«Tson thinks himself a.i^rieved nil \\v ground of unfairness or ineorreetnes-; in tin: valuation of any rateable property. If mny at any thuc within one mouth after such rate is made. appeal to the .1 usti'.*'. in the Court of Petty Sessions at Chil tern providing seven days notice ii writing of such appeal be ^iveu to tin Chiltern Shire Council. KDWIN* ,T. IHCKS. Shire Secretary. Town II....

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