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MUNICIPAL MATTERS. To the Editor of the Federal S[?]il [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 November 1914
/MUNICIPAL MATTERS. To tin- luiiUfr uf thti Federal Sfantlti'ril" Sn;.- Vour last report, like many previous nm». of the Chiltern Shire Council's proceedings cannot fail to attract the attention of your readers in HO far as to establish that body as being utterly incapable of dealing with, or culpably negligent of, the most vital interests of the ratepayers of Chillcru, and still, month after month, their elTete Vfl>r&lt;js««UiUvcs meet iu solemn conclave lor the purpose of-Firstly, of course, to puss accounts, a large percentage of the amount so cheerfully disposed of being salaries, presidential allowances, dele gate's . M'l-nses, whilst the generally insignificant balance is very judiciously and sparingly devoted to the more urgent necessities of the shire. After these monetary matters have been dealt with the real business of the council commences, and it consists of, seemingly, as to whether tho Bowling (/lub shall use Lake Anderson water for its green, or whether it...
THE RIVER FRONTAGE. To the Editor of the Federal Standard [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 November 1914
THE RIVER FR0NTAC1E. To Ihv Editor o/ the Federal Standard SjN.-Ah one of the rufcopHv^r* who 'signed the petition for 20 chains of water frontage to the river to be thrown open for watering stock (the application against fencing oft" Die road I don't take into consideration at all), I boy a small spaee in your valuable paper, knowing that you have always got the welfare of the shire and its ratepayers at heart, to ask Councillor Diffcy to explain himself more clearly, through the medium of your journal, ahout his utterances at the council tahle at the last council meeting. I am referring to the part where Cr DitYey says : " Half the people whose names are on the petition would never water there if it were thrown open." T think this is a very sweeping assertion considering the season we are experiencing. After this Cr D. mixes things up a little and finishes off with-" I thinl; it is gross impertinence." (See FrdkuaTj STAND ARD report.) Now this is what I would like to have explaine...
CHILTERN BRANCH A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 November 1914
CHILTERN BRANCH A.N.A. The fortnightly mooting of the above was held at the tiro brigade hull,' Chillcrn, on Tuesday evening. Present: President Ijatranchi and Messrs F. Booth, Jr. lirann, J. Hy land, H. AVilliamson, .1. Evans, T. Harvey and J. Tanner (sccrctnry.) A letter was read From General [secretary, stating that members joining' the Second Ex peditionary Force must pay their con tributions n]) to the date they are finally selected for active .service. Received. From Jiallarat City Hratieh, ap pealing for financial assistance on behalf of one of their members who hud been in ill-health for a consider able time.- -Mr Hyland moved, and Mr "Williamson seconded, that 10s Od be voted to the fund.--Carried. The nomination of olliccrs resulted as follows: - President. Mr .1. Hv land : vice-president. Mr.I. \V. Horn: secretary. Mr -I. Tanner; treasurer. Mr T. Hnrvcv; assistant secretary. Ml- II, Milller: committer, Messes M. Williamson, I'', (loot It. .M. Jirann. K. .). Hicks iiiit 1 ...
RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Ordera Payable in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 November 1914
JLIATI'JS OF COMMISSION. Money Ordera Payable in Victoria. Any Bam not over £5, Gd ; over £5, ; but not over £10, la ; over £10 bat not : over £15, Is Gd ; over £15, but not over £20, 1 Money Orders by Telegraph, To New South Wales, Queensland, South" Australia, Taamanla, and Perth (Western Australia) : Charge for A mes sage in addition to above rates. Orders payable in New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, New Zea land, ^Tasmania, and Western Aus tralia. Not over £2, 6d; not ovsr £5, Is; not over £7, Is Gd ; not over £10 2s ; not over £12, 2a Gd ; not over £15, 3s; not over £17, 3s 6d; not over £20, 4s. ' PACKETS, ETC. Preparation for Pout. Packela may be sent through the post without a cover (but not fastened with anything'adhesive, such as gucn, postage stamp, Bealing wax, etc) ; in a cover entirely op«n at one,eu«l or side (if the cover be slit, the opening must be of the fnJl extent of the end or side, and the contents must be easy of withdrawal.) the cover may bear the...
BBNAMBRA ELECTION. MR J. W. LECKIE AT BARNAWARTHA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 November 1914
BBNAMBRA ELECTION. MR J. W. LECKIE AT BARNAWARTHA. Mr J. W, Leckie, tho retiring member for Beuambra in the Legis lative Assembly, addressed a meeting .of his constituent at the Barnawartha town hall, 011 Monday evening, when there was a fair attendance. Cr .J. Diffey was vo ed to t'ie chair anJ introduced tbo speaker Mr Leckie said be did 11 I neeJ any introduction as he had been their representative f.ir 10 months. He had some difficulty in speaking 011 politics at the present time for they were iu the throes of a most serious crisis. Nothing was more p'easing than to seethe bittern1 ss which had been growiim in the community drop ped and all parlies prepared to stand shoulder to shoulder. Although they had fought among themselves, when the country was at stake they put all bitterness on one side and fought in unison for the. honor of the Empire. He thought that al though he had only been an 1 ifective member for about eight months that he should have got a walkover, but lie had o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 November 1914
CLARKE'S B. 41. PILLS. & I A Warrantor' Cure for all Acquired c A oiiftitutlouAl J)icch«rg»a froi. T UruiRry Or^ana, in citii«:i *tx. Ibcs* famous Pilla Also cure Urarel, Pauui In the Back, and All Kidney Disorders. Pre* from mercury. Forty yours* aueceiB. Sold by all Chemist* and - Storekeeper* , thronghoat the world. ICoancil Clab Hotel I CONNESS iS T I! Ii li T, 0 LI I L T liltN. 1 Centra!, convenient, comfortable, catering for nil classes. Auiplo Sst!ililini» alw.iys available for country visitors. BILLIARDS. BILLIARDS. Cannon's Liyery and Letting Establishment : MOTOR CARS FOR HIRE. FORI* AW-JteXCY. (In connection with the Hotel) A Vehicle carrying mails, passengers and parcelti leav-oa the hotel daily at "2 p.ui. for Chilteru Valley, Xmastown and Indigo, Fares (single) Is, 2s and -s lid. 'Phone No. 3 STAR HOTEL, A. P. BRIESE, Proprietress, BEGS to notify the residents of Cliiltcra and district that slio has taken over the management of this old established and well-kno...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 November 1914
rsPORTlNU. At -.1 meeting o£ the North Eastern District Racing Association, held at Wangaratta on Wednesday, the ques tioD usiowhether theChiltern or Beech worth Club should race ou New Year's Day was discussed. Nothing definite wua decided and it was left to tha clubs concerned to arrange the matter themselves. The Chilturu howlers will visit Euros on Wednesday, nnd play a foor rink match with the local team. Chil tern will be cho3en from the following players:-Hodgson, Brann (2), Grin lington, Anderson (2), Stach, Burrows, Walstub, Whitehead, Smyth, Cannon, Keller, Hicks, Whitmore, Nugent, Boucher (2) and Daglish. The balance sheet presented at the animal meeting of the Wodonga turf club showed the receip's for the year to have been £1061 18s Id, and the expenditure £1011 10s, lt-aviug a credit of .£53 8s Id. Mr J. Garrett was elected president, Mr A. J. Schlink treasurer and Mr H. J. Harper secretary, The principal prize winner over the Y.R.O Racu meeting concluded at Klemiugtou ...
Help In Cases of Accident. BURNS AND SCALDS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 November 1914
Help In Cases ot Accident. IlUltN'8 AND SCALDS. Cover with cooking Hoda and .ay wot clothes over it, whites of eggs and olivo oil, olivo and linseed oil, llour and mixed chalk and whiting DROWNING. 1. Loosen clothing, if any 'J. Empty lungs of water by laying body ou its stomach mid lifting it up by the middle so that the head hangs down ; jerk the body a few times IS. Pull tongue forward using hand kerchief or pin with string if neces sary .t. Imitiile motion of respiration by alternately compressing and expand ing the lowor ribs about twenty times a minute. Alternately raising and lowering the arms from the sides up above the head will stimulate the action of'tho lungs; lot it be done gently but persistently f>. Apply warmth aud friction to extremities. G. By holding the tongue forward closing tho nostrils, and pressing the entrance to stomach) direct inflation can b tried. Take a deep breath and breathe it freely into the mouth of the patient, compress tho chest to expel 'hf a...
Local Railway Service ALBURY TO MELBOURNE, [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 November 1914
Local Railway Service ALDUKY TO MELBOURNE, jl no express leaves Albury,>(Sunday excepted) at 8.17 a.m, loaves Wodonga 8.26 ii.in, leaves Baruawartba 8.44 a.m, leaves Cbiltern at 8.58 a.m, Spririgbutst 9.13 a.m, Wangaratta 9.38 .i.id, aud arrivis in Melbourne at 1.50 p.m A 'train leaveB Albury daily (San days excepted) at 2.02 p.ui, leaves Wodonga at 3.5 p.id, leaves Buma wartlia at 3.28 p.m' leaves Chiltera at 3.15 p.ni, leaves Springhurst at 4.5 p.in, leaves Wangaratta at 4.37 p.ffl, leaves Benalla at 5'35 p.in, leaves Seymour at 8.33 p.m and arrives at Me.bourne at 11.8 p.m A train leaves Melbourne daily at I). 15 a.m, leaves Benalla atjl.25 a.m, leaven Wangaratta at 12.17 p.m, leaves Springhurst at 12.49 p.m, leaves Cbiltern 1.8 p.m, Bamawartba 1.20 p.in, Wodonga 1,15 p.m, aud arrives ali Albury 1.53 p.m An express tram leaves Melbourne daily (.Sundays excepted) at 4 p.m, leaves Benalla at 7.40 p.m, leaves Wimgaratta a I N.3U p.m, leaves .Springbuist at 8.57 p.111, leaves (Jbi...
MOUNT PILOT CO. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 November 1914
A10UNT PILOT CO. The manager of tin: Mount Pilot Gold find Tin, Alining Co. reported to tin; directors under date Nov, 9: -When I forwarded my hist general report the shaft had been sunk to a depth of -1-7ft. Since then it lias been continued to O'Clft. At this stage it was decided to stop further sinking by haud windlass and com plete the timbering' aud divisions of the .shaft and the fixing in position of 'he ladders and landing stages, doors, etc., to comply with mining regulations and the safety of work men, and then wait until the engine and machinery were in a position to expedite work. With about 30ft more sinking, or about a fortnight's work, we can reach a level that will command the working of the upper tin lead as proved by the bores. Everything at the surface is in order, landing brace, mullock road and tip, wash hopper, sluice boxes, water supply, etc. The Inspector of Mines aud inspector of Boilers have visited the mine and tented and passed the boiler and placed the G...
CLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Close season for Game, etc. The whole year [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 November 1914
*GLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. CIOHO season fur Game, oto. The whole year All Australian Fauna, with the excep tion of Sunken, in the National Parks and Public Gardens ; Acanthizie or Tita ; Babblers, Bee-eatera, Bitterns, Black Cockatoos, B >-ck Swans, Black-tailed or .' [ioek-Pebbler Parrots, Bronze-winged mid oilier Wild Pigeons, Bustard or Wild Turkey, Cn'ifornian Quail, Cater pillarj catclicrs, Ephthianuras or Chats, Fantails, Coach-whip Bird, Cranes-all birds known aa Cranes, such as Egrets, 11 «? r&lt;>t>n tho N.\tivo Companion oe A tiMt ra 1 itin Crane). Cuckoos, Cuckoo sliriker?, Deer, Doves (Java Turtle), Dovt-.o (Wild), Emus, F y catchers, Frog liuiutli ror *Pod:»»«us and Mopokee, Craucalus Family (all members of), Ibis, KiviiL'urooa (black-faced or Mallee (Macro ptia Melani'i^), Kangaroos (largo grey, Macropus (iiuaiiti-ua), Kangaroos (large red, 'Macropus Kufus), Kingfishers-all kinds, including the Great King liBher or Laughing Jackass, Larks (in cluding C...
OVENS ELECTION. MR C. J. BENNETT AT CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 November 1914
OVENS ELECTION. Mil C. J. BKNNKTT AT CHILTEli.V. On Friday ew nini: lust Mr C. J. Bennett, the selected labor candidate for the Ovens sent in the Legislative Assembly, ad&lt;!re:rscd a nneting of electors at the Star theatre, Uhiltern. There was only a moderate attend ance. Cr Brann (president of Chil tert.shire) presided and biielly intro duced the candidate. Mr Bennett, who was well received, said that in the first place he had to apologise for lining so lute He had been at Myrtleford on the previous night and could not reach Oliiltern until the express at night and had ^to wire to have the meeting adjourned for an hour. However, he was pleased to see so many ladies and aentleinen present to hear the labor party's platform. He w:is delighted Lo contest the seat as a member of th it party. He luipcd th it throughout (he contest fair piny would rule on both sides. So fur there hud not been much to comphiii) about. T!ie labor loan was tint yetting so much notice in the press ...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 November 1914
3L0SK SEASONS FOK FIolI.j" Black Fish- From 1st September lo 15th December Ini each year (both dales iucluaive) Craytiab-The whole year fur all less than 9 inches in length, and for Female Crayfish from the 1st Jui,o to the 30th November (both datea incloalvo iu each year KncliBh Roach-From loth Septeniba to loth November, EnpliBh Trout-From the 1st May to the 31at Auguat iu each year (bothj>'date» inclusive) Gipps'atid Perch-From 1st A"&lt;-nrt to the 30th November In each year (both dates inclusive) Murray Bream, Murray Perch, Murray Cod-From the 1st Octofcor to the 30'h November [In each year (both datea la elusive MINIMUM WKUIHTS Of n.ili. lilacktifh, 4&lt;>za ; Murray Cod, IMbs Murray Perch, 8oza ; Perch, 5uza ; Bream r»c-ys ; Silver Bream, 5oza
CH1LTERN BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 November 1914
CH1LTERN BOWLING CLUB. Wnrm weather, tempered by a nice breeze, favored the opening (if the Chiltern bowling green on Wed off hut. the absence of visitors from district clubs WHS uoticcable. The green .did not look so well as on previous- opening days, but consider ing the long dry spell which Ims been experienced, everyouo present was quite satislied with its appear ance, aud the multi-colored llags wliioli fluttered in the air gave the greeu ft gay appearance. The ladies provided afternoon ten, and had tables laid out under the pine trees. They spared iio pains to make every one happy, and needless to say their efforts were successful. Cr J. Brann (president Cliiltern shire) said he had to thank the mem bers ol" the bowling club for llie honor conferred upon him in asking him to formally open the green. Me deemed it a greal honor inasmuch as the Cliiltern bowling club WHS the chicf social faction in their midst. The game had gone ahead by leaps aud bounds. It was looked upon as an...
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 November 1914
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. I.otters-For every *oz or ander 0 1 Post Cards-Stamped on Cards... 0 1 Letter Cards to New South Wales, South Australia, Tasmania, Queensland, West Australia, New Zealand and'Fiji 0 1 Poet Cards, Reply Post Cards, Packets, Books, Newspapers, Registration Fee, aame as for places within Victoria Parcel Post-For every parcel of lib or under ... ... 0 8 Each additional lib or ander (up to 111b) ... ... ... 0 0 ^Ratea to the Unitod Kingdom and Foreign Countries, Letters-Fori every Aoz or under 0 1 l'oat Cards-each ... ... 0 1 Reply Poat Carda-each ... v0 2 Newspapers--iu;'/ Id, each ad ditional 2oz ... ... 0 OJ Commercial Papora-2oz 3d, 4oz yid, tioz 4d, 8oz 4id, lOoz 5d, then every 2oz to olbs .. U 1J Printed Papers, other than news papers, for every Hoz or under up to 51b ... ... ... U 1 Patterns and samples-For overy 2oz or under up to 12oz ... 0 1 ' Registration Fee ... ... 0 y Acknowledgment of delivery of a registered article ... ... 0 2£ Parcels Post,...
POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES RATES FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA, [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 November 1914
POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES RATES FOB PLACES IN VICTORIA, Letters-Half ounce or under ... 0 ,, For every ounce ... 0 Urgent Letters-For oach Letter in addition to ordinary postage 0 Late fee ... ... .. 0 Packets-Commercial and printed papers, maximum weight 51bs, dimensions not to oxceed 2ft in length, 1ft in depth or width, for every 2oz, or fraction thereof ... ... ... 0 1 \ tterns and samples, packets of merchandise, etc., maximum weight lib ; dimension not to exceed 2ft in length, one foot in depth or width ; rate of post foe every 2oz or fraction thereof ... ... ... 0 I>ooks-For every 4oz or under up to 51bs ... ... ... 0 Newspapers-For each newspaper 0 Newspapers A magazines and publications not published in the Commonwealth, 2oz ... 0 Post Cards-each ... ... 0 lleply Post Cards-each ... 0 Letter Cards-2 for ... 0 Registration fee ... ... 0 Parcel lib or under ... ... 0 Parcel, each extra lb or undor ... 0
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 November 1914
POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notea may bo obtained at any I'oat Otlica in Victoria Hours of pay ment 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The following are the denominations of the notea, and the poundage, or the price charged for them:-Is, id ; 1B (id, ^d ; 2s, Id ; 2s (id, Id ; 3a, Id ; 3a Gd, Id ; 4s, Id ; 4a 6d, Id; 5b, lid; 7a Gd, 2d: 10s, 3d; 10a od, 3d; 15s, 3d ; 20s 3d.r MONEY ORDERS. Coitad Kingdom, and othar^J British Possessions and Foreign Countries, Gd iorjeaeh £1 or fraction of JL'l,
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 November 1914
ORDINARY' TELEGRAMS, Town and suburban, within proscribed limits, or within fifteen miles from the sending Btatiou, including address mid signature, not exceeding 16 words, 6d ; each additional word Id. ton u and suburban, including address and signature, not exceeding 16 words, 9d; each additional word Id. Interstate.-From any 0110 State to another, including address and signature, and not exceeding llj words Is ; each ad ditional word Id. On telegrams to and from Tasmania the charges are those mentioned above, with cable chargeB added, which at the present time is Ad per word. Double the foregoing rates to be charged fer the transmission of telegrams on Sun day, Christmas Day, and Good Friday and for " Urgent" telegrams. The foregoing rates are^'exclasire porterage charges