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CHILTERN POLICE COURT. Friday, January 30. (Before Dr Harkin, J.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 February 1914

CHILTERN POLICE COURT. Friduy, January ^0. (Btifure i)r Harkiu, J.P.) IJIIUS'K AND DISORDERLY. Alexander MeLeod (18) was charged with being drunk and disorderly iu Conuess street, Chilteru, the previous night. Defendant pleaded guilty. Coustable Henuesay gave evideuee as to arresting accused who was iu a very drunken condition. Senior constable Mills put in a num ber of prior convictions against ac cused, iucluditn; a liue of £"J for n similar ofj'euoe at (Jhiltern iu 191U. A tine of £ii, iu default 14 days' ituprisoniuent, was recorded. The court then adj .urucd.

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CHILTERNSHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 February 1914

CniLTERNSniRG COUNCIL, Weduesdsy, February 4. Present; President Black, aud Ora Smith, Shelley, Sutherland, Bruuti and Difloy. The. president-W'h should define who is tho Inspector uf Nuisauces mid who is the Herdsman. C'r Brann-It should be made clear. Cr Smith-The inspector in master of tlio situation, and if a nuisance is buing committed the inspector should go to the hi rdsm hi, Cr Sutherland-If any hiug beco;nea a nuisance it is tlie inspector's du*y to remove it. The president-If a person is wast ing wa'er who attends to that Mr Hicks hud all those duties, but since the readjustment of ollices the duties h-ivt! not bi*en defined. Cr Sutherland-I understojd you tojk tlmse duties oiY Mr Hickfi and pas:ed theui on to the new officers. Cr Smith--Suppose people start Lo waste the wuter I that is not a nuis ance Tlie president-Oh, isn't' Cr Smith -How can it be if he is putting it on his own garden Where dues the uuisanco come in If the people turn 011 the water aud create a nuisanc...

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

*fc!t Bent !» esea for e n:-; *; GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS si EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOl.UNS STREET, MELBOURNE Alw at Sydney, C*r»berri. AdeUidf. I'-r-.n, HnSar', Hri«ban<?, Tcwn«vil)p, *nd London. Ctble MmitUn'M 'in je ?o. vd dra-vr. on 'or»i;n pI.vm* d'r«"::. bill* negotiated »nd collect#!. rf .v-i- t^u-I *o 4-. "in i? r-i«' «virid. P-]l« '>v<vi*r#d or torwirdfi for collection. BtnVinc :li3"c- n' . '.rv <1<**--riprir3'i«">o:H ,l'ithin lli« Common «r»»ltb. Urifd Knrd<v* . :?] c-jrrc-ir op-nM Tn!«r<v. os»;d on flxed d*po«it«. Ad**oc*» mtd« ? r-i «.<?» *m«len. j SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT ! . Yiotorlen Central OffK.oi 357 COLL1N8 STREET, MElEOl/RNE. Brtnchti in th* eho"? -Tii.- i and 2,000 Ascncio'j .it \V.-t Offices tlTonqn^^r the Commonweiltfc. Deposits from 1 - to £300. intoroot i\t 3\ per annum. Deposits er Wilh«irc.%vnlr« ;<:*.» rn.vl* a'. >...»' fjjaiuli or A{.*®n'sy 'vi'hln th<...

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CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 February 1914

SLOSE SEASONS FOR FIRIT. I "Blaok Fish-From 1st September to 15th December in), each year (both dates ioolusive) Crayfish-The whole year for all lees than 9 inches in lenalh, and for Female Crayfish from the latjmo to the 30lh November (both dates inclusive in each yesr English Roach-From loth September ; to 15th November. English Trout-From the 1st May to the 3lBt August in each year (both^datet IT., lusive) GippBland Perch-From let August to the 30th November in each year (both dates inclusive) Murray Bream, Murray Perch, Murray Cod-From the 1st October to the 30th November _lu each year (both dates in clusive MINIMUM W EI (i I ITS OK FI.SH. Blacktish, 4WJ ; Murray Cod, 1 Albs ; Murray Perch, 8ozs ; Poroh, 5uzs ; Bream 5oza ; Silver Bream, DOES

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[?]ARNAEARTHA V UPPER INDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 February 1914

RAIlKAWAIVriU T Ul'l'KU INI'lU't. Barmtwartba having tbu byo un Saturday h very hir^e crowd uitit on the Harney ground to witnet^ the match between Upper Indigo mi (J Haruawartlm, playing thirteen aside. Indigo went in Uraj, putting tip 1U,2"before ?be last wicket (oil. A. Dickeon, aUyin^ for ludico, w.id in i»uod form and made :U». A. Liu^lcy -'.'t, T. lirk 11 and J. Ujcksuii 10 a'<o batted well Barnawartlm griped very po-jrly KuaiuHt the bowling (if T. t.Juirk and only ronuatfinjj to mnkr Indigo *v»nt in mjuin for »i nei-ond inning bnf ouly mle -18 Barnawartha !ii th i- R^'ond at t' mpt did muitii better, making 102 for six wieketa, thus winning by six wiokots find ten r ins. Afternoon tea was qerved by tho ladies. Scores Uppw Indlgo-Kirst Innjngs, T. Quirk, b T. Dickeon ,) HOVCB, b T. DickBoti A Dickson* b Farrelly W. Quirk, b Howard.. K. Limgluy, run uut .. .. 11 H at) .. o E. Spears, o 8oott, b Bailey .. ,. 0 Weloh, o Boott. b Howard .. .. 0 J. Qoodgsr, o Cbeealey, b...

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

Bereavement Cards, MU AND Mas S. I1AUYEY and family desire lo return sincere thanks to their numerous frionds fur ejcpruKaionH uf sympathy in their recent :md and ^tridcu bcr»avmn»mt. A!bo to the Mr and Mrs Gehrig for unremit ting attf ntion, and police uf Ilowlong, Damn warthu and Cbilturu. Mli AND MKS !i. VVNKIi of Chiltarn Valley, desire to tender their moat diucero thanks to their many friendy for bolp and kindnusu (especially Mr \V. Barclay), expressions of i-ympalhv, letters, etc, received durin? thc-ir recent t-ad bereavi mnnt.

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DISTRICT ASSOCIATION V COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 February 1914

DIhllUCr ASSOCIATION V COnLlNG^VOcn. Tliu selectors of the (eftt'u to''visit Mel bourne (\V« Sullivan, T. laic's tiud Pnarcc) h-iv rho.-pn thn (nUuwiDK pluyers to proeecd to MeHjowfnn uti 17th Kupruary :-r\V. Sulli van, K. Km, U Mortip, 15. CHfTur-J, Clurk, J Breunau, C!e;u gamier, T. Unuuor, IJ. H&xtor, T- Uotreil. K. Hibkiuu, 0 Barter, T. (tpintlifiui, C. Keudy, I*. O'Noill, It. BuKtfy. A Kerr, \V. Murtiu, T. Yfttea, aud J. Peurou.

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COMMERCIAL. Flanagan, Newman and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 February 1914

LOMMbRCIAL. Flanagan, Newman and Co. Flanagan, Muwman and Cu report haviuy buM their usual fortuiplHly nbecp aud cattle market at tbu yard*, Wunjmratta, on ThurB day, ay follows : - Quot'iticue.-Be^t xbrcd wether-, sold for Mr Maurice Connell, !£/(>, purchased by Mr J tie Moloney ; other wethers to 1H/; extra prime wethers sold for Mr William Curtis, iy/7; others on a/c same owner, 1-1/3; xbred uwes a/c Mr K. Jeffrey, lo/0; xbred wethers a/c Mr J. Dennett, 15/1 ; woolly lambs, sold for Mr Thomns Skthau. Mili»\va, 10/8; other lambd to 1 i/t>; devnral pens, 22/10 ; io K*/0; smaller, from 11/ I3e=t bullocks Hold for Mr John Iviy, £8/15/; another peu same owner, £7/1-1/; bul'ocks a/c Mr Patrick Nau^htin, £7/2/ to £Sfof; cows a/c Mr P. Kowley to iTi/lG/; medium cows and huifera, £1 /!>/ to £5/5/; lines of bullocks, years old. £ 5/fJ/ti ; «ood liuos of steers to £3/1(5/; lino °i heifer?, 'J ycara, JL*:t/10/; various lino* of btcern and luifera. 17/ to 50/ and -17/(5; poddien, \}'...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 February 1914

BOWLINU. Ths Albury bowleru will vioit Cbil lern on Saturday, to play » tnatcb against. the local club, Chilton) players will bo chosen from-Daciit>h, Grinlington, Hodgson, Anderson ("), burrows, Wnlstub, Whitnhe'id, Mills, Brann, Stucli, Smytho, Ity;iii and ISrwin. At the Tooraweenuh (Tweed River) races a terrible calamity ocoarrod after the'third raoe-the booth ran out of beer. Tboro waa nothing left drink able but a bottle of raspberry ayrup. The Tooraweenah tugs reckon that the publican spoiled what promised to bfl a good meeting.

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VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 February 1914

VALEDICTORY. On Saturday night last about thirty gentlemen met at Brockolbank'n Star hotol, Barnawartha, to nay au revoir to Mr Liu Buxtor, prior to his leaving the district. Mr \V. D. llyau presi ded, and, after explaining the objects of tho gathering, proposed the toast of " Tho King." Tho toast, " Thu Ohiltern cricket club," was proposed by Mr 0. Baxter, and responded to by Messrs P OVNeill aud 0. iSmith. "Tho Baruawartba race dub" waa proposed by Mr T. (/.. Bui ton, aud responded to by Messrs \V. Baxter and W. D. Kyan. " The KiHe club" was proposed by M r H. D. Hicks, and responded to by Mr J. McOann. "Thu Sparrow club," proposed by Mr W. Mill:;, and responded to by Mr 0. Kurrlo. Tlio chairman liaid they had now come to the most important toast that of " Our uuesl," and to make him a little presentation on behalf of the. residents of Barnawartha aud district Mr Baxter had always betn a good sport and entered into all their games with a truo sportsmanliko spirit. He hurl pleasure...

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THE BENAMBRA MEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 February 1914

THE BENAMURA MEA1BER. Mr J, \V. Leukir, the recently nlccted member fur Uenainbrii, made his innick-n speech in tliu Legislative Assembly on January :iS on the Workmen's Compensation 1 jiII, and ib reported as follows in Hansard : - Mr Leckie- It WHS not my inten tiou to take up tlie time of tin; House, hut as this is a mutter of considerable importance to my own constituency, I think it is necessary that I should, in 80UJ0 way, define my altitude on the subject. 1 am not ;u L|,e position of some honorable members in the corner, who aro going to vote against the second reading of this Bill because the Government ran away from the original' Biil. Tho Government may have run away, but as 1 was not hero, 1 did not seu theui do so. Even if thoy did run away, (hey ran in my direction, so that I cau forgivo them. Probably odo, of the reasons why they ran away From their original proposal was because thuv could not get a necessary and desirable liill through another place, and another was ...

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

Wangaratta Special Horse Sale. FRIDAY, K/XAB.CB: 6, at 10.30. Flanagan, Newman & Co. AND Adamson, Stretfle & Co., Pro., Ltd. Hors»« uold . a9 yarded. Accommodation' paddocks night beforo ealo. PoBtmftBter Gonernl'e Department, Melbourne, iiOth January, 1H1J. TENDERS will bo received at the offioe of the Deputy Postmoster-Gcnoral, Melbourne, until 3 p.m. on the 21th Feb ruary, l'JM, (or the Ercotion of a Telcphoue Line between Hutberglen und Corowa. (Soh. 1013.) See Commonwealth Gazetto illet January. AGA1? WYNNE, (1319) Postmaster-General. Shire of Cliilfcem. 'f^KNDEHH will bu received up till uoan on A WEDNESDAY, February 18, for ibo undermentioned work : Kruction of Yards at Pouud Hito. Specifications to bo seen ufc tho Town Hall, Chiltern. A deposit of livu per oeut tu bo cnyluaod with the temleTd.; Thn ur ttiij tundor nut ue:«xriuily uccqitwl. K. J. HICKS. Sbiro Secretary. Shire of Chiltern. Ahh Am-ars of lluteH must be i »;j ill on or before 4 |i.m. MONDAY, 16th...

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COBOWA A V BUTRERGLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 February 1914

CUBOWA A V JiUTIIERGLKJ.". Tim above match whs played at Hutherglen un .Saturday last. Scorea : - Kuthcr^leu. Urt nnau, b Bracbt? ., ,, ,. ft Huujer, c Armtjtron^, b Bracbe .. 0 Allinson, c Armstrong b Bracbo ,. 38 liuwell, c Morgan, b Bracbe.. .. 0 Harvie, b Murgau ». .. ..9 Ca.-i y, e Brearluy, b Bracbe .. *. 0 Lou, c b Bracbe .. .. *J Den/iid, b OiUord .. .. ..13 Fro»t, b Bracbu .. .. . * 0 Dlo-.serd, c Bruarloy, b Morgan .. 11 Dawson, uot out .. .. .. 0 Sundries*, .. ,. ..11 Tola), Bowling,-Clifford, 1 wicket for H Braube, 7 for 28 ; iMorgan 'J for 18 strong, 0 for 9 ; Brearluy, 0 fur 7; JobDBuu, 0 U is. Corowa A, MucTaggart, b Lott .. .. ., *Ji A. Baylide, run out .. Morgan, b Lott Clii'ijrd, b Lott AnnstronKi b Howell Jolint-on, run out' .. Ogwwe, not out laundries, . 95 iuob ; Arm Total for wickets, .. 123 Buvling.-Blowera, 0 wickets for 13 runs; Lott, ii for i t; Brennan, U fur ; ilowell, 1 fur 23 ; Dawson, 0 for 9.

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CORWA B V BARNAWANTHA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 February 1914

couow* b v nAHsiwAniai. Barnawartba and Corowa 13 played tboir return match at Corowa on Saturday. Tho game resulted in a win for Barnawartha by eight wickets. Corowa want in tirvt and put up IOC, Bajlistj 31, Buggy 11. Herriu 20, and Jaekaon 10 butting well for tbo homo team. Barnawartba on goiug in made a bad start, Clem Tannor getting clean bowled for 1. G Baxter and K. J. Baxter were in good form and put on G'6 between them. George Baxter got a nasty bit with the ball au* retired for 19. T. Oickoon 25 and E. J. Baxtor 66 not out batted well. Scores: Corowa B. E. Wiiyliats, c Francis, b Sullivan .. 21 Buggy, b Baiter .. .. ..11 lik'liatdsou, c J. Baxter, b Dickson .. 3 McGalium, c J. Baxter, b Baxter .. 1 Johnson, b Baxter .. .. 0 j Bo vden, c O'Ciillaghun, b Sullivan .. 9 i Herrin, o Tanner, b tiuliirao .. ..20 | R"v Duu^t, c FarreilT, b Franois .. 10 1 Thomas, b Baxter .. .. «. 1 : CImrk, not out .. .. 6 JacKeon, c G Baxter, b Francid .. 10 Hundriua, .. .. .. 8 Total, ,, ..106 ...

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SPRINGBURST V CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 February 1914

BMINOHBMT R CHILTERK. A very poor exhibition of cricket was Riven by tbo above teams when they mot at Springhurat on Saturday lust. Cbiltern hail use of tho wiokuts and were quickly dis posed of for a total of 52 runa. bprinKborst i«>sponded with 7-1, thua winning bjr rune. Heores Chilteru. )\ O'Noill, b A. Kerr.. .. ..8 <7. Martin, b A. Korr .. .. 7 T. Cross, b K. Kerr .. ., .. 7 I>. Martin, run out .. .. .. '2 K. Uirthiaul, h.w., b EilU .. .. 2 V. Ijafranchi, b Eliia.. .. ..11 Ei. Bennett, c Kilis, b Cuoocen .. 7 L>. Uirthisel, b Ellis .. .. 'J C. Neville, b Ellia .. .. 0 E. Martin, b Ellis .. .. ,, 0 U. Smith, not out .. .. .. 6 Sundries, ., .. .. 6 Total, .. ..52 Bowling analysis-E. Korr, GO balls, 3 maidens, 17 runt), 1 wioket; A. Korr, 54 balls, 3 maidona, 12 runs, 2. wiokotu ; A. Kllia, 42 bulla, 'J maidens, 9 runs, 5 vriok«ts; A. Plum, 24 balls, !) maidens, 5 ruoa; D. Cunnoun, 13 balla i runs, 1 *lokflt. ^priughur6t. J. Pearce, c E. Martin, b Martin .. 0 ...

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CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 February 1914

. CRICKBT. DISTRICT ARBOCIA.TIOS. rosrnow or club«. Played Won Lost Dw'n I'olnt. Baruawarthfc 11 6 0 5 34 Sprlnghurct 13 7 3 2 32 Corjwa A 13 6.3' B 80 Mt. Opbir U 0 3 4 3S Huthorglou 11 6 4 'J 24 Chiltorn 10 U 2 S 22 Lako 12 - i 7 1 18 Corowa B 13 0 8 1 14 Xmaotowu 11 0 9 2 4

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Ruthergien Shire Council. Saturday, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 February 1914

I - i Rutherglen Shire Council. Saturday, February 7. I'reBout: president Uraham, and Crd Smith, Hidkine, McLaurin, Gullifer, Sey mour, I3urrowe«, Mooban, Maoknigbt, Pren tice anil Doolau. A letter was road From the Treasury, lorwardiny account for £450, proportion of endowment la luuni vitalities.-UeeeiTL-ii. From C. Lesebern, ofTerini; to Jo ib.i work at Beck'a bridge for tlie sum of £10 -Ac cepteii. From Jutm MiUhorue, sipplvi:^ fur a traction engine licenwe.-Cr 1'reniiee moved tbat the application be granted. .Seconded by Cr Doolan ami carried. From A. Visick and nine mber ratepayers, Chiitern Valley, drawing attention to the impassable Elate of the road between Ko^ert' and URtiiU'e propertied, and askini; that same be attended to be/ore «in(<;r «el3 in. Cr Moehan moved tbut the engineer instruct the roadiiuon to till the holes up. Seconded by Cr McLuurin and carried. From H. J. Baker, uppljin^ fur lljc sum of £11 lj?, damages un 'j;io sheep [It -.Usj complained that ...

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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 February 1914

HVPKBMH COVKTH. Bcechworth-Tuesday, March 10 Wedne.-ul >y, Juno 10 Tuesday, Nmembor 24 Bonaltn-Tuesday, May 10 Tuosdr.y, Ociolier 20 Sheppiuton-Tuesday, June 1(5 Tuesday, September 15

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ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 February 1914

ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. I Town and suburban, within proaoribod | limits, or within fifteen miles from the sending station, inoluding addroaa and signaturs, not exceeding 16 words, 6d ; each additional word Id. ..... Otlior pla.o<>* witliin iho Stain, axonpl town uud uuburbun, iucludiog address aud ! eiguaturo,* not exceeding 16 words, 9d; I each additional word Id. Interstate.-From uny ono State to another, including addrooa and signature, j and not exceeding 1G words Is ; each ad ditional word Id. On telegrams to nud from Taamanin the charges are tho3o mentioned aboro, with cable charges added, which at the preaont I time is ^d per word. Double the foregoing rates to bo charged for tho transmission of telegrams on Sun j day, Christmas Day, and Good Friday i and for " Urgent" telegrams. ! The foregoing rates nro'" "exclusive o | porterage charges

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THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 February 1914

THE GAZETTE. Aix'uptnuco of Surrender of Licenses mid Imae of is'ew Liconsea in Lieu Thereof. Thos I. Duucan, "On, Cbilteru. Francia J. A. Eustace, 1 la Or 2Gp, Cbilteru. Alfred E. De&9, IGa Or 23p, Carlyle. Emily C. Duncan, 'Mi, -Cbilteru.

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