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THE BULK SYSTEM OF HANDLING WHEAT. HOW PRODUCERS VIEW THE ELEVATOR SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 20 January 1914
' THE. BULK SYSTEM OF '' HANDLING WHEAT. , f HOW 'PRODUCERS' VIEW THE ELEVATOR' SYSTEM. ; For many years past the intro duction of the /bulk system; of hand ling grain lias been ardently advo cated bv many practical men. They, have boon untiring in their advocacy. Eventually tlioy so impressed. ; the delegates from the agricultural so-: cietiifs at the Farmers' Cbn volition, at Shepparton- in July, > 191*lV'i'tliat; after a spirited discussion the follow ing' -resolution .was > .unanimously passed ... - 1 "That this Convention re-afTlrms the principle and urgent necessity of handling wheat in hulk by the elevator system, and directs the exuv cutive to'urge the Government to take the necessary steps to carry the same into effect hy. the co-operation of- the Railway Commissioners ami. shipping companies, and .enhst . tlie sj'mpathy of -tlie Fanners' and Pro ducers' Association m making ! it a great Australian question.' This resolution was .brought before the Legislative Assembl...
THE TALLANGATTA-CUDGEWA RAILWAY. Watt Ministry Policy. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 20 January 1914
HIE TALL.ANG ATTA-CUfiG EVA RAILWAY'.: Watt Ministry Policy. Responding fco tho toast of the "The State Ministry" at the banquet which followed the turning- of the first sod of the -Tallangatta to Cud gewa railway on Saturday Mr W. A. Watt said that several lessons arose from the recent political situation and the election contests. .The first lesson came from .'Benambra, H?here tho Selectors had said that they did not want a Labour-Socialist represen tative. ' (Applause). Another came from Borung, where the electors de clared that they did not want their ^political opinions covered with moss and dust; (They wanted to be a progressive people. In the two city seats, where Mr- Mackinnon and ho himself had fought for dear life, the verdict had been :-"Although you bring nothing to us aa city men and have no -special offers to make that are calculated to pleaso city electors ; although you bring us a country programme pure anil simple from be ginning to end, we recognise that the city d...
SAD BEREAVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 20 January 1914
SAD BEREAVEMENT. The death occurred on Friday morn ing, somewhat suddenly, of Mrs M. A. Pemberton, wife of Mr Fred. .Pem berton, who for the past 35 years has conducted tho blacksmi thing business in Albert road, Boochworth. Mrs Pemberton was taken ill on Wednes day last, and Dr. Skinner was called in, but despite medical skill and care ful nursing, eho passed away as stated. The late Mrs Pemberton was 61 years of age, and' was a; native of Cornwall, England. She ' came to Australia when 18 years of age, and has spent the major portion j of her life in Beechworth. She' leaves, in, addition to her husband, a; family of three daughters and two sons. The daughters arc Mrs Win- j duss, Melbourne ; Miss Mabel Pcm-1 berton, who is a nurse at the Ovens j District Hospital; and Miss Elsie Pemberton, the well-known violinists ; whilst the sons are Mr Arthur Pem berton, of Sydney, who is in the police force of that State, and Mr W. II. (Allie) Pemberton. Hie eldest son (Fred.) met with a fata...
A SUCCESSFUL STANLEY SCHOLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 20 January 1914
A SUCCESSFUL STANLEY SCHOLAR. At the recent break up of the Fara day street State school, Carlton, tie gold modal awarded' by the Lord Mayor of Melbourne,. for dux of the school, was won by Master Percy Roy Hudolph, son of Mr Charles Iludolph. liotelkecper, formerly of Stanley. As Master Rudolph has attended the school for about two years, eloquent testimony is borno to the fact tliat the education re ceived in a country school iB quite up to the standard' of that imparted in the metropolis.
BOXING MATCH OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 20 January 1914
BOXING MATCH OFF. The proposed boxing- match be tween Claude Walsh, of Melbourne, and Bill T^wer, of Beechworth, has fallen through as Tbwer was, it seeins, unable to secure a bacce1" and Walsh was not agreeable to him having any part of the gate money the" original understanding being' a sido wager and the winner to take all the nwne^ received at the gate On Monday afternoon Mr Walsh's re presentative lifted his deposit of £5 v.'hicli he had lodged at this office
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 20 January 1914
Beechworth Shire Gasworks N O T I 0 B. GAS CONSUMERS are requested " H l'AY their DECEMBER ACCOUNTS to Mr J. W. MOR ION Shire Secretary, at the SI1IRE OFFICE. T. DELPAH TAYLOR, Manager. FOR THE BEST JOB PRINTING, ' COME TOj . .... THE OFFICE OF THIS NEWSPAPER ? AN EVENT OF SPECIAL IMPORTANCE To every individual in the District with Money-Savinf tendencies. la fact, we may say thai this evedf k»« long been looked forward to by thoM who know the success of our pxst efforts in providing EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS Oil the present occasion, we better* our efforts will be found to be more successful than hitherto. We bare made some Remarkabh Price Rtductions to achieve our purpose of Complete Clearance of our Surplus Stock, OB the occasion of onr GREAT SUMMER ALE All Summer Goods will bo slaugh tered in all Departments MILLINERY COSTUMES BLOUSES SKIRTS SUNSHADES UNDERCLOTHING PINAFORES SUMMER DRESS GOODS At Enormous Reductions Sale Commences Saturday, Jan. 17 ONE MONTH ONLY J. Armstrong, BEEC...
CONDENSATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 20 January 1914
CONE ENSATIONS. Many strikes are declared on ma jority voles and somotimes the voting ia very close. Frequently the ver dict, is swayed by hot-headed youths who have no one to keep but them selves. A secret ballot has often bcen proposed and rejected but we notico that a secret ballot is to bo taken in connection with the Beaufort miners' strike. i The body of John Knowles, 51, who disappeared from Hawthorn on Wednesday last was found in' the Yarra on Sunday with the throat cut 'from car to ? ear. ! A proposal has been seriously made to allow all persons, ordered by courts to pay fines in default of im prisonment, to pay by instalments. The prisoner is also to take as much imprisonment as he does not caro to escapc by payment of his fine. A remarkable freak of Nature has occurred at Mr T. McCarmack's at Ovens Vale, whore a cow gave birth to a calf with two heads, two backs, and two tails, the latter being: on! the one hide. Of course, it lingered . and died', the owner eventually ha...
Beechworth Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 23 January 1914
Beechworth Directory. Feiiral Electorate: Tndi Rnpre3entative, Mr Cornelius Joseph. Ahem. State Electorate: Ovena^ Representative, Hon. A. A. Biillson ; returning officer, F. H. Blackay; deputy, Clifford H Webb; electoral registrar, H. K. McDonald Municipality of Beechworth : President, Cr L V. Diffey, Councillors: J.Lowe, Vandeuberg. V. Wooding j. Ferguson, T.= G. Ferguson, H. J. Jarvis, B.O iSeill, W. H R Phillips. J. Warner, J.Hodge, G. Wilson; shire engineer and valuer, R. W. Travis ; shire' sectary, J iy° Norton ; health officer, Dr. Skinner, ^ inspector, S Birtles The Council meets on first Friday in each month at 11 a.m. at the Council Chambers. Police Magistrate, Warden and Coroner, Alfred Aldridge Keller . Cierk of Courts and Receiver and Paymaster, H, R McDonald; Justices of the Peace J Ingram, J. Fletcher W. J. Bowen, J. Armstrong, H. Vandenberg, D. Skinner,'A. A. Billson, T. G. Ferguson. Governor of Gaol, H. C. Fmais; Senior Warder, G. Ta? ocal Land Officer, T. E. Wyatt;...
FIRST COME FIRST SERVED. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 23 January 1914
FIRST COMB FIRST SERVE!). James Siden, who was arrested at New Year by Constable Grey, of Wangaratta, and afterwards fined £10 with 35s 3d costs on a charge of aiding1 and abetting I> P. Jones to imper sonate Constable Keogh, of Myrtle ford, whereby he obtained £4 from John Maher, was on Friday, before tho Gorowa Court, committed for trial on charges of stealing from the New market hotel, Oorowa, a. purse con taining £26 2s, the property of Henry Symmons, of Tarraima, and for steal ing £4 from John Mailer, at Oorowa, on 25th December The presiding J P. (Mr R. F. Gardner), on commit ting' the accused to take his trial at the Quarter Sessions, to be hold in Al bury on 3rd March, said:-'"This has been rather a tedious ease, presenting some peculiar features, the most in teresting of which is that tho accused while in possession of a certain sum of money, admitted to have been stojen in New South "Wales, is arrested in Victoria, and. fined for an offence committed within that State T...
MR MOLONEY AS AUCTIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 23 January 1914
] MR MOLONEY AS AUCTIONEER. Mr P J. Moloney, ox-M.H.It, has bought an Interest in the auctioneer 5ng finw of Moloney (his brother) and Mailgan, Moo nee Ponds The ex member, who looks none the worse for the stiff campaigning work of May last, is still furthering the in terests of the Labour daily, which, h6 said, to the accompaniment of loud applause, would be out by the middle of the year "It will be out before the next Federal elections," an nounced Mr Moloney, when it would not only represent their cause, but repudiate and deny the many slanders always circulated by the Tory press (Cheers) -At the labour revival on Friday - -Benalla Independent/
ALPINE V. MAYDAY. Gent's Doubles. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 23 January 1914
ALPINE V. MAYDAY. Gent's Doubles. ! Allen and Dunn (M.), 4, lost to | Byrne and Bradley (A.), 6. . Pox and Wooding' (M.), 6, beat Turner and Gallivan, (A.), 3. I Ladies' Doubles. ! Misses Fearce and N. Young (M.), 2, lost to Misses Bolle and- Heenan, (A.), 6, Misses G. Cameron and L>. AUott | (M.), 7, lost to Mrs Byrne and Miss Smith, (A..). Mixed Doubles. P. Dunn and Miss G. Cameron (M.), 9, ieat V. Bradley and Miss Smith, > (A V 8. J. Fox and Miss L. Gimeron (M.), 0, lost to Mr and Mrs Byrne, (A.), 9. I V. Wooding and Miss N. Young (M.), 9, beat Gallivan and Miss Heenan (A.), 4. . P. Allen and Miss Pearce (M.), 9, beat A. Tumor and Miss Bolle (A.), 8. Totals-Alpine, 53 ; Mayday, 4G jrafflefl. The Mayday Club go to Stanley on Monday next (Foundation Day) leav ing post ofllcc at a quarter past one o'clock. | - j THE BEECHWORTH PUBLIC LIBRARY -The annual meeting of Boechworth Free Public Library and Burko Museum ?will be held in the reading room of that institution on Thursday ...
TENNIS. BEECHWORTH V. STANLEY. Mixed Doubles. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 23 January 1914
TENNIS. BEEOIIWORTH V. STANLEY. Mixed Doubles. Miss Mason and Mr Burgess (S.), lost to Miss Billson and Mr Wcod hoad (B.), 1-9. ' ' Miss Obok and. Mr Ryan (B.) de feated Miss Ashby and Mr. "Erezise (S.), 9-2. Miss Alderdiee and Mr Vanden berg (B) defeated Miss Hollistcr 'and Mr Sinclair (S.), 9-1.' Miss Zwar and Mr Wyatfc (B.), de feated Miss Priestly and Mr ' Kelly (8.), 9-1; Gentlemen's Doubles. ;". - Messrs Vandenberg and Ryan .(B.) defeated Messrs Tj-ezise and Sinclair (S.), &-0. Messrs Woodhead and Wyatt' (B.) defeated Messrs Burgess and Kelly (S.), &-1. Ladies' Doubles. Misses Alderdice and Billson (B.), defeated Misses Ashby and Hollistcr (S.), G-2. Misses Cook and Zwar (BJ de feated Misses Priestly and Mason (§.),
CLOSE SEASONS, ETC., FOR GAME AND FISH & MINIMUM LEGAL WEIGHT OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 23 January 1914
CLOSE SEASONS, ETC., FOR ' GAME AND FISH & MINI MUM LEGAL WEIGHT OF FISH. I List of game and native game pro tected in Victoria under the second and third schedules to the (Same Act . 1890: j THE" WHOLE YJEAB.-Ail Aus , tralian fauna (with the exception of snakes) in the National Parks and I Public Gar-Ions, scantliizae or tits, ( bears (see native bears), bee-eaters, , bitterns "tack cockatoos, black ' swans, black-tailed or rock pebbler parrots, bronze-winged and other wild pigeons, bustard or wild turkey, CaliTornian quail, caterpillar-cateners, chats (see ephthianuras), coach-wliip birds, cranes (all birds known as' cranes, such as herons, egrets, etc., except the native companion or Aus tralian crane), cuckoos,. cuckoo shrikes, curlews (see southern stona plover, etc.), deer, doves (Java turtle), doves (wild), egrets, (see cranes, etc.), emus, ephthianuras or chats, fan-tails, fly-catchers, frog mouth or podargus and mopokes, graucalus family'(all members of), herons (s...
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. BEECHWORTH TO YACKANDANDAH [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 23 January 1914
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. BEECHWORTH TO YACK&NDANDAH On Mondays and Wednasdays a train leaves Beechworth at 2.40 p.m. and reackcs Yaokandandah at 3.20. On Tbaraays a train leaves Beeohwnrth 10.3 p.m. and arzivcB at Yackandandali 10.42 a.m. ?EVERTON TO'TaOKANDANDAH AND BACK. On Thursdays on!y a mixed train leaves Evorton for Yackandandah at S.65 a,m reacbeB Beeehworth at 9.13 a.m., leaves Beechworth at 10.3 a.m., reaches YatKac dandab at110.42 and leavee at 11.45 for Beochwortb arriving at 12.36 and at 1.11. arrives at Everton. j YAOKANDANDAH TO MELBOURNE On Tuesdays, Tharedays, and Saturday (onty) n mixed train leaves Yiickandandab 7.0 a.m. and arrives at Beecbwetth ut 7.51. It leaves Beochwortb at 8.10, retebe Wangaratta at 9.18, and catching the ox press at Wangaratta at 9.38 reaches Mel bourne at 1.50. BEECIiV/ORTH TO MELBOURNE. ' A train leaves Beechworth doiiy at8.!o a.m., leavos Kvertou ai 8 45 a.m., BeEch wortb Junction at 9.10 a.ro, and ar rives at Wengar&...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 23 January 1914
. LATEST INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. Melbourne, Thursday. lb-days prices arc: I Flour-Ai-sociat'on basis, Melbourne delivery, is £8 10s. Bran and pollard - Association mi nimum quotation for bran is £-1 10s, and for pollard £4 15s ton of 20001b. delivered. . . Oats-Milling, good lo'prime, ls9d to Is 10(1; fair to good heavy feed, Is 8d to Is 9d; poor," down to Is 6d. Maize-Prime, nominally 4s to 4s 2d. Barley-Malting Chevalier, up to 3s 6d; Capo malting, 2s 2d to 2s 3d. Chaff-Special wheaten, £3 12s Gd; spccial oaten, £3 5s; prime, £3 2s 6d; good, £2 17s Gd to £3; medium, £2 12s 6d to £2 15s. Lucerne-Chaff, up to-£4 17s Gd; hay, choice, £3 15s. . Hay and Straw-Manger hay, up to £5 10s; manger 6heaves, £3 to £3 5s; chaffing sheaves, £2 to £2 5s, according to quality; Victorian straw, prime, 35s, ex rail, and to 12s 6d delivered; Tasmanian, £2 17s Gd ex wharf, up to £3 2s Gd delivered. Potatoes-Oarmens, £3 10s to £4; Pink eyes, £3 to £3' 5s,. special, £3 10s. . Onions-Market irregular, fro...
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 23 January 1914
I ^ I DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SE8SI0KS, Beechworth, daily. Benalla, daily. Bethariga, every Wednesday. Chiltern, every Monday, Wednee ; day and Friday. | Eldorado, every 'Wednesday, j Itutherglcn, every Tuesday ajid, i Friday. j Tallangatta, every 'Wednesday. "Wodonga, every Thursday, j 'Wangaratta, daily. j ."Wahgunyah, every second Friday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 23 January 1914
&lt;rommoitweailtb;v|f^Banh of JUistraUa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY All pink li open (or >11 GUhh of BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUIL.DI*iq, O >LLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alao at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, T»mh. ;i iharf, BrWuue, Rockhampton, Towmrille, and London. Cable remiCUoMt made to, and flrafsa u/v^&lt; «m fqreiipi placet direct. Foreign bills negotiated and 'collected. Letters of credit i.nn^i to aiv part .:( the world. Ltilla negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banting and RtcMn^e every description tranaaoted within the Common* ' wealth, United Kingdom .vui ah* 1 '-jT^nt accounts opened. Interest pai4 on fixed depoeita. Adv^ACC^ made ajaiufct approve*', ..-.tiuiVv«. SAViNr/a SANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central GiHcm: 317 OOLLIN3 STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the aliore cicit* and 2,000 Affonci«s at l'o*t Ulfices throughout the Commonwealth. Deposit frflm v- to M900. lnt*ro»t at 3*; par annum. Dopemt- or may be Dude at any yj Aa'tuc; within ir.c (.'» n.i».ni...