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BENAMBRA ELECTION. MR LECKIE RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 January 1914
BENAMBRA ELECTION. MR LECK1L HKTURXKD. Tlii; bye-i.lectiou for tlio Victorian Sti'e electorate of Uenauibrn, cnueed by the death of .Mr A. W. Craven, was held 011 Monday, December -'J. Messrs J. W. Leckie, Melbourne, and A. L Wright, Wodonga, were the respec1 ivo Liberal and Laliorcandidat en, anil more than usual interest was displayed by the electors. This wa&lt; the third occasion on which Mr Wrialit had contested the neat in the labor interest, and he was twico pre viously defeated by Mr Craven by lar^o majorities. Mr Craven had represented lienambra bince 1896, doing pood service for I lie electorate, and it was generally considered that he was invincible. This time the circumstances, were ditl'eront\ Mr L'ckie is a Melbourne resident, and comparatively unknown, while Mr Wright lives in \Vodon«ii aud is a native of Ynckandaodah. The lute Peter Wright, who ut onn lime tepru sented Beiianihrn, was the father of Mr A. L. Wright, aud the latter is well known throughout the ...
OBITUARY. MR WILLIAM [?] BA[?]MGARTEN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 January 1914
OBITUARY, MR inttUM Q BACMCHP.TEK". Out! of tlm btst known residents of tao Barnsw.-irihu district in the person of Mr William (4 li-uiiitg;irlon died at '.is residence, Mo^.ng viney-ud, on Wednesday morning In^l, after ft some what protracted iliness. About ten years ago Mr 15ruthad tlio misfortune to break ilia leg and it w.is months befoiu ho wus ablo to move ibout. He subsrquenUy recovered from tliia mi-h-ip, but to those who ^111;him best lie never tift-TWards appeared in robust health. A month 'igo ho was h izod with a serious illness and wasinvalitlediu his home. Although it was known that hisend wasapproaeh ing it was not thought, that it was SO near. Deceased whs a native of | Germany and wan born on 13th J January, 1810, and bad ho survived but six days longer would have cele brated his 74 th birthday. Ho migra ted to Victoria along with hia parents in the " roaring fifties" and in 185S was one of the inhabitants of the Indigo where his father had a payable mine, ilr Baumg...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 January 1914
DISLOCATED SHOULDER. UNABLE TO USE RIGHT ARM TOR SIX MONTHS. COMSTOCK'S NERVE AND BONE LINIMENT AFFORDS WONDERFUL RELIEF "As I always beliove in giving credi' whora credit is duo," writoa Mrs E Maher, of " Nil Desperandum," Dari brook road, Auburn, N.S.YV., "I am sending this statement in prai«o of Comstocle's Nervo and Boat) Liniment Just twelve months ago I dislocated mj shoulder and for about bix months suf any work that necessitated the u»o of mj right arm I- was treatod by a dootut a'ud also tried various Liniments reoom mended by different chemists, but all to 110 purpose, tho sovero pains still con tinuing After being in this state foi about six months, I one day read an advertisement containing some testimo nials from people who had benefited by the uso of this remedy and so dcoided t&lt; teal it myself. After trying the CrB bottle I felt much relief. I am now using my fourth bottle and find I can ust roy shoulder with considerably moro oase and intond continuing to ...
Murray Rowing Association. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 January 1914
Murray Rowing Association. Tho Mrd annual regatta at Like Moodomerts WHS held on New Year's l_Uv. About 5001) persons wore pre sent. Tim following are the results : - Maiden Fours - Wuhyunynli, 1 ; Lake, 2; Cobram, .Seven crews started. Won by Hvo lengths. Youths' Fours, under 20 years Wahguuyah, 1 : Lake 2. Thruo cruws started Wuu by a. length. Challenge Four:-. One inilo -'00 yards. For trophies valued at .li.'fO Wabirunyali, 1 ; Border, '.! : (Jubrauj, :! Four crewrf compeled. Won by a length and a liiill'. Time, Gmiu 35^et-. Moodemeru .Stakes, Fours-Wall yunyah, 1 ; ltutherylen, 2. Upon Handicap Fours.-Willi yunyidi Youth:), ]. Four crews com peted. Consolation Fours - Wiihgunyah scratch crcw, I. Maiden Woodchop - Alien, 1 ; PhilAc, 2. Five comptititors,
HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 January 1914
HOW TO HELP YOUU TOWN Talk about it. Writo about it. Buy all you can in it. ltcuiember that by assisting tradesmen, you help the place along. i'uruhase and assist your local paper, an'1 by so doing you further tho bes intercuts of the town. Treat strangers with the utmost eourl'-sy nd hospitality, so that they may take away good impn.ssions of it. JSlaii good, reliable men (o all public position::, not hi?cun they strain themselves for popularity, but on account of their stamina and trustworthiness. Keep tho money in tho place. Sell all yun can atid buy all you can at home. Thu riicn v.ho have invested in stores, workshop?:, and other bu.-iness place? are building up thi* town, and they should be encouraged, liumember that in givhjg the local news paper otlieo tiio preference for your job printing orders, you aru helping in the advancement of your town, as the newspaper is thereby helped. Whero the newspaper I stall' are working day and night for the advancement of your town, tho or...
DECLARATION OF POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 January 1914
DECLARATION Ob* POLL. Iu tbu preHenco of a lurge.and repre sentative gathering of electors, at Yuckundandab, on Saturduy, Mr W. Moore, returning ollicer of ilie electoral district of Bemuubra, officially declared Mr John William Leckio duly elected. Mr Leckie, ou rising to return thauka, waareceived with loud applanse. He said that the result of the election was not a matter of personal triumph for him, hut a triumph for the prin ciples nf Liberalism. Bermnbra siood lirin in the faith, ami rpalised that in thn principles of progressive Liberalism lay the future of the country. There was probably no constituency in which the possibilities of development were ?jrcator than in the rich valleys of Benambra JJurini; the campaign there had been no bitterness between himself and bis opponent, and that was the basis ou which electiona should be t'ouaht. HP hoped during his term as heir representative to treat everyone alike. They were, he hoped, all hit friends, and he would endeavour to wo...
The Federal Standard. ESTABLISHED 1859 With which are [?]ncorporated THE OVENS CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZETTE. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, JANUARY [?] [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 January 1914
K8TABLlaHEI> 1869 \YIlh which are incorporated TUB OVKKS CONSTITUTION buU M-Urkay GAZKTXE. . PtnmsHUD EVSEY' Feidat MonNiNdg , FRIUAVr -tflli U AtlY^ 'J, lsn 1© The entertainments held in the Chfi. f tern park in aid of the Convent school on January 1 and 2 passed off very successfully. The following contributed to the programme:-First night-Misses L. Martin, K. Quinlan, I, Tanner, M. Dillon, E. Bourke, E. Cannon, M. Wal stab, M. Guy, L. Tanner, T. Smith, IT. Berg, A. MoKuy and M. 1'anuer, aud Messrs B. Miller, J. Braun, W. Sullivan, B. Smith, Orr aud Clasby. Saeond night -Misses T. Martiu, O'Neill, M. Martin, F. Berg, A. McKay, It. Traiuor and I. Tanner, and Messrs Smith, Sullivan, Clasby, Braun and B. Grinlington. The accompaniments were played by Mus dauius Tanner and Kavauagh. Messrs T. Uoolan and P. Donchi acted as chair man respectively each evening, ltefresh ment stalls on the ground were well patronised. A violent wind storm, accompanied by hail, passed down the Cookinbnr...
MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 January 1914
MINING MEMS. The quantity of gold ruisod in the Iudigo tlivision for the quartur ended Deoainbor 31, 19115, was 3329.>z-s 9dwts 22»rs-311208 1-ldwt 3^ra beiu:* from alluvial mid ISliozs KkIWU liters from quurtz. The Great Southorn cleaned up for seven shifts for the week for li5j'oza Thu'Wust Ausrrilim gold viold for December was 1] 2, l'JOoz of tin; value of iMTG 255. In November thu yield wns 11 7,1' I L'oz , and ill December, li'l'J, if was 11 0 !>7 o.-. Tin: yield for I 9 1 ,'i was 1,31-1,0-1 to.; , ail incei-ie of 31 o.SG'J-',-. on tlh' li^ures lor the preceding year. Owing to the underground workings tiettinn too far away, tin; Endeavor Co have resolved o:i sinking a new slink and it will be commenced forthwith.
Rutherglenshire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 January 1914
Rutherg'Iensliire Council. . At tlio . Ruther^lensliire-, council meeting on Saturday a letter was read froin 0. H. Johns, vermin, in spector;^? njqueating^ihe oounjRil, ..to. uiir"t5ifjl iern AVest'Coiumuu.-Received. ' ' 'Tlx; .engineer reported Beck's bridge-I forwarded details of repairs necossary at Beck's bridge to Contractor. Lesoborg, but have not yet received any tender from hira. Or Pienuce moveJ that the matter be left in tho hands of the engineer. . Se conded by Or Duolan and carried. I recommend the following mainten ance contracts :-Brown's Plains Rid ing.- Fairfield to llulheivlen, 500yds metal, 150yds blinding Lower Goora madda road, 300yds metal, 100yds blinding, Snart's hill west of school ; Mount Pleasant road (half) 300yds metal, 100yds blindiug.-Cr Prentice moved, tint the recommendation of the engineer be given etfeet to. Se oonded by Or Doolan and carried. In com piny with Crs McLaurin and Gul lifer I inspected C. Owen's frontage .to-allotment 7 of section B, C...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 January 1914
.JI.CISK StWS'OSS KOR FISH. 1 Black Fish-From Jet Septembor to loth December in, ouch year (buth dates inclusive) Craytiah-The whole year for all lens than 0 inches in It-nu'and for Female Crayfish from tho lutihn-o to the 30th November (both dates inclusive in each year Hnpliah Hooch-From loth September to loth November, English Trout-From the 1st May to the 31st August in each year (both^datea lusive) Gippsland Perch-From 1st August i.' the 30th November in each year (both dates inclusive) Murray Bream, Murray Perch, Murray Cod-From the 1st Octol:or to the 30th November in each year (both dates in clusive MINIMUM WKICililK OK KISH. Blacktish, -loss; Murray Cod, Hlbs ; Murray Perch, Soza ; Porch, uoza ; Bream oozs ; Silver Bream, OOZB
CLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Close season for Game, etc. The whole year [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 January 1914
CLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Oloao scasou for Gatno, otc. The wholo year All Australian Fauna, with tho excep tion of Snakes, in tho .National Parks and Public Gardens ; Acanthizio or Tits ; Babblers, Beo-eatera, Bitterns, Black Cockatoos, Black Swana, Black-tailed or l!c;ck-Pebbler' Parrots, Bronze-winged and iother Wild Pigeons, Bustard or Wild Turkey, California!) Quail, Cater pillarf catchers, Ephthianuras or Chats, Fiintnils, Coach-whip Bird, Cranes-all birds known as Cranes, euch aa Egrets, Hi-tons (except .ho Native Companion or i 'a -linker... Doer" ii '*^5 (Wild). Emu""ir':"y n.oulh or Podarsua and (.raiicalua I-nroiiy (nil mom bora o/), Zbia. h nnciirnna (b]nck-f«coil or Miil.'uo (Maoro pos Melanops), Kangarroa (largo grey, Mnciopus Gi^anti'iis), Kangaroos (larg o red,' Macropus iiufu;), Kingfishers-all kinds, including the Great King ti«h er or Laughing Jackass, Larks (in eluding Cincloramplius and Pipits), Lyra Bird, Jfunpie Larks (Pied Grallina), Malice Lien?, Native Bears...
TENNIS. CHILTERN V YACKANDANDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 January 1914
TENNIS. CEILTERK V VACICANO.'.ND».H. j A team ot Yuck.'indandith tenriH players visitffl Ulnliurn on \Vt;dn> .?> I day to i ry conclusions with thn local : club. The visitors \v«ro tho winners. Scoresj Gent's Doubles. ! Rev Preece and Rov Peart, (V) bu tt Dr Harktn and Mr 11, Raynor (C), P.: 2t 6 - 0. Rev Preece and Mr .Nette (Y) beat Messrs l>. W, L'ing and H. Scott (C), 6-0, G-0. . Rev Peurt and Mr Nette (Y) bent Dr Harkin and Mr Raynor (C), G-5, 6-1-. Lidies' Doubles. Misses Olune uud Welslimu.ii (Y) bent; Misses Harkin aud Canuou (G) 6-3,5-6. Missus Riddington and Moore (Y) lost to Mesdaines Staeli and llaynor (C), 0-6. 5-G. j Misses Oluue and P. Riddin^tuti (Y) beat Misses Martens and Hicks (O), 6-4, 6-1. Mixed Doubles. Notto and Miss A. RiddiugUm (Yj beat Scott and Miss Harkin (C), 0-f» Peart and Miss Olune (Y) beat, Harkin and Mrs S uch (C), G--0. Preeco and Miss Welshman (Y! beat Lang and Miss .Cannon (0), 6-o .Peart and Miss F. Riddiugton (Y) boat Harkin and Miss M...
COMMERCIAL. Younghusband, Row & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 January 1914
COMMERCIAL. Younghusband, Row & Co, The above arm in association with Mesara Campbell and Sons of Kirk's lUuanr, Mel bourne, will hold their opening horse Bale fnrthejyear/at Wodonfja ou Thursday uud Friday, January '22 and 23. S. Younkman and Co.' ! A handy paddock close to Chilton ia an nounced to bo sold by auction by Messrs 8. Younkman and Co, at thu Council Club hotel, Chiltern, on Wednesday, January 21. The vendor is Mr J. Pinkorton.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 January 1914
HOW TO NEUTRALISE DAN UHROUS STOMACH ACID. I'Vw h.'«iib» ph.vdiuiuild renlne thn iiTiyortanoo of tiio food content* of tbu yloiiiitL'b freu from acid feimi'Jitathm. Uonlthy iiorumt diction etuinot take plact* whi'u the fJelicntu lining, of tbe aljmauh is boii»K iutl'cimL'il and dibteu'doc] by avid ami wind-tbo resul's of fermenting foods in iht* stomach. To et»curo perfect :digt»stbjn, fer mentation mue:t be atuypud or prevented, and the acid uoutralUed. For ibis purpose pbv -deians u-ually reuuiumtiul ueitiiii! a litllu hUnr'itsi! niajjiiuoia from l-ba uhoinist ami taking half a tea--poonftii in 'a littlH hut or fold water immediately after PiUinp. They rce-'mmeinl bisurated magnesia bpeaoao it i* peasant to take, bus no ilisii^rcealiln after cff^its, ami instantly ptopi (e.rm'iiUtion, nen'raliscs tiiu acid and makp3 the pour aoUi food blar-J, aweft and ea«i'v dueaiGd. Tiie regular u-o of bisorate I masnesia bo HUi'r you f-'c! ibi-bisurated, as olbor kindy vl uiai/nee-ia aro tif li...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 January 1914
Something about Groceries and Household Articles. Stiii t the New Year riuht by : purchautng all your househT supplies here. You \viI. find the prions' so reasonable that yo^ !»roc-ry' Inl's will be considerably, reduced. That is a P°"J &lt;-trreiy ecoitouiioal housewife should carefully consider. Crockery & Glassware. Accidftnts will happen and articles of daily use constantly need leplac'ng. When you want liuything come in here. Everything needed in the house cin be bought at moderate prices, and, of course, the quality is good Crockery Ware Tea I ots Biscuit Barrels Cheese Stands and Fancy Glassware in great variety. Wall Papers. We are selling all the newest patterns at City prices. You should lake advantage of I lit) line selection wo now haye, and paper your rooms. It will not .cost; much and will (jfTect ! a liigf improvement in its appearance, Harvester Oils & Tools. We hive the I) st brands of Harvester Oils and a good assortment of lvtdiabk1 Harvest...
PASSED A VALUELESS CHEQUE. SIX MONTHS' GAOL THE CONSEQUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 January 1914
PASSED A VALUELESS CHEQUE. BIX MONTHS' OAOIJ HIK CONBLYUI:NCK. At the Albury police court on De comber 29, bufore Messi'b W, "White bead aud J. C. Clieuery, Js.P, Harry Olson, alais Kleiu, alias Anderson, 17, cook, was charged with having, by means of a valueless choijuu ou tho I3auk of Austrak-'iti, Albury branch, obtained from Jolm Treloar goods and money to the value of .£1/3/, with intent (o defraud, on December 19. Sergeant lilaekburne said that on the afternoon of December 20 hu saw acdusod in Kiewa street, and said to him, " Did you give a cheque for £5 to Mr Treloar?" Accused replied " YDS " Witness said, "Tho cheque is dishonored and Mr Troloar wants to see you." Ho took accused to tho police station, dhowed hi in the cheque produced, and said, " Is thak the cheque you gavu Mr Treloar?" Ac cused replied, " Yos." He said, " What is tho signature1" Accused said, "It is mine." Tho name on it is C. H. Olson. Accusrd said, " I will pay Mr Troloar thp money." Ho did not ailow acc...
XMASTOWN V WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 January 1914
XMASTOWN* V VANGARATTA. A tennis match between the Xmas town anc' Wangaratta clubs took place ou daturduy on the courts of the latter. An enjoyable tiuio was spent and the home team wore vic torious. Iu the evening the Xraas town players were ontertained at Donovau's hotel. The annual distribution of the fund raised by the employees of the Great Southern mine, by.means of a fortnightly levy on their pay, for district charities, has been made. The amount contributed by the men for 1013 was j£G8 12B. Mr T. E. Thomas, mini! manager, has divided tho fund as follows:-Corowa Hospital,.- J229 ; Wangaratta Hospital, £10 10b; Boechworth Hospital, £.1; Beechworth Benevolent Asylum, £-1 j Rutherglen Ladies' Benevolent Society, £5 ; Victorian Eye and Eur Hospital, £2 2s.
BEECHWORTH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 January 1914
BEECHWORTH RACES. The annual races were held on Hew Year's Day. Tho attendance was good, but the fields wero Brnall Results : Maiden Piute of 15 sovg, Five fur longs-H. F. Hoysted's b g Billy Bawn, 1 ; Five Star, 2 ; Song Bird, 3 BIbz and Lady Avon also ran. Bet ting-Evens Billy Bawn, 2 to 1 agst Lady Avon, 3 to 1 agst Song Bird. Time, lmiu. Sscc. Pony Baca of 12 sovg. For I I hand ponieB. Four furlongs-A. E. Bart ley's Alma Mac, 1 ; Lord Argylp, 2. Only starters. Betting-6 to i nn Alma Mac. Won easily. Time, 53 sec. New Year Handicap of 36 sovs. One mile-H. B. Hoysted's b f Polly Brown, 1 ; Lady Skopos, 2. Only two started. Betting-5 to 4 on Polly Brown. Won by two lengths. Time, lmip. -tusec. Trial Handicap of 15 sovs. Six furlongs-J. Byrne's b g lttitox, 1 ; Andy Moor, 2. Only starters. Bet ting-4 to 1 on Ittitox. Won by a length. »Time, luiin. 20sec. Pony llaco for 14 2 pouiea Four furlongs-A. G. Moore's Glenda, 1 ; Rendezvous, 2; F2, 3. Alma Mac also ran. Betting-5 to 4 on Glen...
"THROWN TO THE WOLVES." MR A. A [?]ILLSON'S TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 9 January 1914
" THROWN TO THE WOLVES." Mn A. A DILLSON'S TREATMENT. Mr A. A Billson, M.L.A., ex Minister of Education and Railways, who h visiting the Bright end of his constituency, was present at the Wan diligon^ Carnival on Friday. During tmi'WL'HiiijL! mi' mnuurrntii u" lurjjn and representative i^utljorint; of bis supporters at Bright. Mr A. J Showers, president of llio People's Party, presided. Mr Uillson, iu an address 011 the political situation, si id that personally liu lelt uo regret at his nou-incluaion in the reconstructed Watt Ministry, but lie regretted the rebuff to hia constituents. The only complaint 1m had to make was thet manner in which he was disposed of. 7: Ho had received no intimation from the Premier, before or sine", why he was excluded. He had yet to Ictrn that his administration lueiod vigour or judgment. On the contrary, Mr Wn'.t, at Beechworth, had paid him a high compliment for his work. He appparcd to have been thrown out to satisfy the pursuing wolves of recunstr...