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A DOZY FISHERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 January 1914

. A 'DOZY FISHERMAN. On Wednesday afternoon a party of young .men from .Wangaratta travelled t» Laceby to do some Ashing. Every one set about his task of baiting up and throwing in with celerity and brightness. One member of the party Mr Oiias. Cook, scrambled out on tho limb of a fallen tree that afforded good fishing in the mid-stream, and lie did well, landing a three pounder, followed by a two pound cod. Then bites became fewer, and the fisher man lounging between a fork of tho limb, d'ozed ' off. He was sleeping soundly when there was a great tug at his rod, which he held securely in both hands, and the next instant the other members of the party, were startled by a great splashing in tho water, the sudden tug had caused Mr Oook to slip from his resting place into the river. His companions ran to his assistance, but he managed to gain the bank in safety without their help. THie humour of the incident caused loud,. laughter. Having lost his rod and line, 'Mr Oook, robed in a rug...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOTOR CAR BURNT. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 January 1914

. MOTOR OATt BURNT. . . V't)r* On Monday night when travelling with Ilia brother (Mr H. Nicholls) from \\rangaratta to Benalla in his Ford motor car, t Mr \V. Nicholls sustained a heavy loss by the burning of the car. Everything went well untU shortly after passing through Glon rowan, when the tube conveying the acetylene gas to the lamp bccamc detached, and the flame got into tho carburetter. The car at onco burst into flames, and all the passengers could do was to get out and watch it burn. It was not long before it was practically totally destroyed, and Messrs Nicholls had'to leave it there and complete the journey to Benalla on foot. The car was insured in the Mutual Office for £200, but it was practically a now one, having been purchased about six montlis ago. Mr Nicholls gave £250 for the car, so ho will bo a somewhat heavy loser by the disaster,

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONTENSATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 January 1914

CONEENSATIONS. Beechworth bowlers defeated Wan gnratta by 30 oil Monday morning and by 33 in tlie afternoon. The revolt in Hayti continues and the negro rebels have captured thp third largest town with a population of 10,000. Seventeen degrees of frost have been recorded in England. Hie rivers Medina and Ouso are frozen. Further particulars of the volcanic | eruptions which occurred on Am brim in tlio New Hebrides have been received from an eye witness. It ap pears. that- the mountains wore rent for 20 miles and this gap for its whole length burst forth pillars of (Ire. Some natives preferred death to leav ing their homes, thousands were rescued and one old woman asked the rescuers to wait till she had cooked some yams. : Discussing the conduct of the Ger man Crown Prince the leader of the I Socialists said lie should stick to his trade, the making of cult buttons, which ho had learned. The leaders of the South African Labour party has been sent to gaol for a month for publishing an...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GUNNING CADETS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 January 1914

. GUNNING CADETS. .There are thousands of cadets in Victoria whose parents are too poor to give them a trip to the' seaside so the boys arc turning1 their wits to good account by neglecting to render the personal services required of them at drill. Then the area officer comes along in all his majesty and brings the cadets before . the court and, the default of the cadets having been "proved,, they are or dered to the custody of the . officer commanding the Royal Australian Garrison Artillery, QueensclilT Port tress, for- varying periods, according to the extent, of their default to at tend drills. Tliis is precisely what the boys desire. Tlicy rather enjoy the idea of a long train journey, a sight of Melbourne and. the inside of a fortress and a few days or weeks' residence beside the sea. Other boys, wlio have been to QucensclilT, -have hiid. to drill many hours a day but have enjoyed their "punishment" im mensely. What with Children's Courts and the very proper desire of the autho...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN OLD TIMER. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 January 1914

AN OLD TIMER. An interesting- story is going the rounds of the papers just now. writes a correspondent, respecting the recol- lections of an old companion of the poet Gordon with whom he was in a housebreaking partnership in the south east of South Australia many years ago. The old man's story is, in the main, correct, though on two, important points he is very, much wrong. He is, for instance, very insistent in his statement that he and Gordon were the heroes of the   "Ride from the Wrec1" and gives   a very graphic account of how he and Gordon, when out in the pad- docks, heard of the wreck of the Admella and, debouching on the coast by short cuts known only to them selves, were enabled to carry the first news inland and so cause help to be sent round from Portland. Un- fortunately Mr Livingstone, M.P., by whose father Gordon and Mullaley, whose recollections are now being told, were employed at the time, is very positive that Gordon knew no thing of the ...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STANLEY POLICE COURT. Saturday, January 24. (Before Mr Kelley, P.M., and Mr Manton, J.P.) Supplying Liquor to Prohibited Person. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 30 January 1914

STANLEY POLICE COURT. Saturday, January 24. ! (Before Mr Kclley, P.M., and Mr Manton, J.P.) ' Supplying Liquor to Prohibited Per son. I Licensing Inspector McGillicudUy i v. Edward Johnson, licensoe of Star hotel, Stanley: Charge of supplying [ liquor to a person in respect of whom a prohibition has been made. i Sub-inspector McGillicuddy con ducted the prosecution, and Mr M. P. Ryan appeared for the defendant. Constable Black, of Stanley, gave evidence in support of the prosecu tion, while defendant and his young daughter gave evidence that the liquor had been supplied entirely without; tho knowledge or consent of the de fendant. A fine of £2, with 7s Gd coats, was imposed; ALLEGED CARELESS USE OF FIRE Constable Black v. James Clark, j miner, Stanley : Charge of igniting! inflammable material whereby tho j property of other persons was en- ] dangcrod. Sub-inspector McGillicuddy prose-! cuted, and Mr Ryan appeared for the accused. | F. C. Gillies, forest officer, and Constable Black...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. Melbourne, Thursday. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 30 January 1914

LATEST INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. Melbourne, Thursday. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. To-days prices aro: Flour-Associat'on bas:8, Melbourne delivery is £8 10s. . Bran and pollard-Association mini mum quotation for bran Is £-1 10s and for pollard £4 15s ton delivered. Oats?-Milling, pood to- prime, Is 9Jd to Is 10d; fair to good heavy feod, Is 8d to Is 9d; poor, down to Is 6d. Maize-Trade lots of prime up to 4s 2d. Barlov-Malting Chevalier, up to 3s 6d; Capo malting, 2s 2d to 2s 3d. [ Lucerne-chaff up to £4 17s 6d; ; hay, choice, £3 15s. ! Chaff-Choice green wheaten, £3 ' 10s to £3 12s 6d, choice oaten, £3 i 2s 6d, occasionally £3 5s ; prime chaff, £3; good, £2 15s; medium, jjt3 7s 6d to £2 10s. Hay and straw-Manger hay, up to £5 10s; manger sheaves, £3 to £3 5s; chaffing sheaves, £2 to £2 5s, according to quality. Victorian straw up to 35s ox rail, and to 12s Sd dolivorcd; Tasmanian, £2 173 Gd ex.wharf up to £3 2s 6d delivered. Potatoes-Carmens, £3 15s to £4 5s, occasionally higher; pinkeyes, £3 t...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 30 January 1914

SoL Green, M?LBQURNE, 4UA COMMISSIONS EXECUTED OH GOVERNMENT LICENSED 3KECOURSBS. Bumramr A»n**a® Sol. Green, MELBOURNE. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH BEECHWORTH. SABBATH, FEBRUARY 1. REV. R. MACLEOD will conduct services in the above Church *8 follows : Morning. 11 a.m. Evening, 7 p.m. FOR SALE. HORSE, HARNESS and BUGGY Apply R. W. ARMITAGE, In spector of Schools, Pinch Street. FOR SALE. YOUNG OOW and CAM1 in full milk. Apply J. LACEY, Stanley. j ; Brigidine Convent Ladies' College CLASSES RESUMED ?Friday, 6th. February, , The Ovens District Hospital. TENDERS for the supply of RED BOX, Ac., FIREWOOD and also STRINGY BARK FIREWOOD will be received until (5 p.m. MONDAY, FEB RUARY 9, 1914. Forms for tenders are obtainable from Mr HEMBUOW, Secretary. United Shire of Beechworth ' I ENDERS-. will be received till 10 I a.m. on FRIDAY, Gth FEB RUARY, 191M, for ROADWORKS at Mr R. Johnson's, j STANLEY U> BAItWIDGEE ROAD. Particulars at. Shiro Engineer's office J. W. MORTON, Secretary, Tenders for C...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 30 January 1914

SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS. Master James Vivian Deniar, eon of i Mr J. W. Denier, at Beechworth, a i pupil of St. Joseph's Primary school, won a half scholarship at the recent examination in connection with the South If el bourne College. He also gained his merit certificate at the Beechworth State school examination. Master Harry Andersen, eider son of Mr Bertie Andersen, formerly of Beech worth, but now of South Yarra, a Beechworth State school boy, won a full scholarship.

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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HAYTI. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 30 January 1914

5JS 3)5 HAYTI. The latest news from this negro re public is that the revolution is in full blast, the -whole population in arms, heavy fighting in progress and Pre sident Oreote saved his skin by flight, to a German gun-boat. These exi periraents in negro republics are evi dently a failure and would be amusing were it not for the serious conse quences resulting from such a tra vesty of responsible Government.

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ACCIDENTS & EMERGENCIES. WHAT TO DO TILL THE DOCTOR COMES. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 30 January 1914

OCCIDENTS & EMERGEN I CIES. WHAT TO DO TILL THE DOCTOR COMES. The following useful hints-the ad option of which in country places may be the moans of saving human life-have been issued by the author ity of tho Australian Health Society : There should be in every homo a place known to every member of tho household (but out of tho way of the children) where _ are kept 4'oady for immediate use' the follow ing articles which can be obtained from a chemistA pair of scissors, three lor four large needles (threaded) a few prepared bandages, some lint, adhesive plaster, oil silk, cotton wool for padding, olive oil, and a bottle of Boracic or Carbolic acid solution. [You aro recommended, also, to obtain, if possible, practical instruc tion from a St. John Ambulance As sociation class. Every family should have at least one certificated mem ber of tho Association.] BRUISES AND SPRAINS. If a bruise can be treated at onie, apply cold water, and keep the part a.t perfect rest; otherwise a...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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COURT FIXTURES BEECHWORTH DISTRICT. January to June. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 30 January 1914

COURT FIXTURES BEECHWORTH DISTRICT. January to June. FBBBUAXy. 3, IT, 24 25 19 7 IS 10 20 28 11 12, 26 23 ALDKIDGE KELLEY, Police Magistrate.

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THE ASIATIC PERIL. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 30 January 1914

«r »r *7* »r THE ASIATIO PERIL. The United States and Canada are at present perturbed by the fear of invasion of hordes of Japanese, Chin ese, Hindus and other undesirablu aliens, the advance guard of whom are already strongly entrenched to the detriment of the white population. Drastic regulations in restraint of the dreaded influx is proposed but the problem is one which will exercise the diplomatic talents of statesmen to solve.

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 30 January 1914

THE RAINFALL. |J Following are the records' of the xainfail since the year 1882 0 32 0 16 0 96 2 96 4 20! 2 09 8.65 4 74 1' 75 4; 19 2'60 1 46 Totals ...I 29 07 0 37' 1 69 1,83 1 01 2 64 4 21 , 2 48 3 65 3 14 4 47 1 65 0 85 1. 85 J 16 130^ ;l'8f 2'60: 3S9 0 67' 2 22 2' 13 2.23 3 68 1 37 V 32 . 2 84 1 32 ,1 93 2 12 .3-00 :lt 26 2 29 &' 45 ' V45 l- 25 2' 11 1350' 0 '£. 0 43 1 35. 45 "o 36' 6 34 2 05 f 36' * 82 1 44 .4 64 24 31 76'. 44'82 2 44 2 96 0 06; 8 51' 8 51 7 77-' ] 49 5 46' 5 40'. 2 64 2: 74 0' 60 0 02 2 96 2 78 1 58 2 IS 5 38 4- 79 3 84 2 67 4-30 3 41 3'33 4 79 0 .)2 3 16 2'06' 1' 27 4 01 4 46 2 65' 1 52 2 49' 2 78; C 69'. 0 66 1 03 0 25 2 90 3 77 2 41 3 05 5 60 3 85 2 76 3 42 1 70 1 07 0 04 1 06 3 21 7 57 7 02 3 80 3 18 4 78: 4 29 2 41 2 64' 1 12 1 36 5 45 4 77 2 47 5 15 5 50 3 62 4 46 6 69 0 43 3 60 1- 38 2 34 1 66 3 60 2 33 4 47 1 55 3=76 2 47 2 04 0' 81 2 lO . 1 25 4= 66 3 38 4' 84 1-95 4> 16 1' 93 1' 30 3{ 80 0M6 T 88 I 43 3 52 1 43 0 87 0 35 0 83 4 69 3 58 4 ...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. BEECHWORTH TO YACKANDANDAH [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 30 January 1914

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. BEEOHWOBTH TO YAOKANDANDAH On Mondays and Wednesdays * train I Iraves Beechwortb at 2,40 p.m. and reaches Yaokandandab at 8.80, On Thorsays a train leaves Beeohworth 10.3 »,m. and arrives at Yackandandah 10.42 a.m, . . ? ' ? EVEBTON TO YAOKANDAMUH 1 AN& BACK. On Thursdays only a mixed train leave Everton for Yackandandah at 8.66 a,m reaches Beechwortb at 9.43 a.m., leaves Beechwortb at 10.3 a.m., reaohes Yacfcan dandah at 10.43 and leaves at 11.45 (or Beeebworth arriving at 13,36. and at 1.11. arrives at Everton. YACKANDANDAH TO MELBOURNE On Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturday (only) a mixed train leaves Yackandandah at 7.0 a.m. and arrives at Beeebworth at 7.61. It leaves Beechwortb at 8.10, reacbe Wangaratta at 9.18, and catching the ex press at Wangaratta at 9,38 reaohes Mel bourne at 1,50, BKECHWOBTH TO MELBOURNE, A train leaves Beeebworth daily at8.1o a.m., leaves Everton at 8 45 a.m,, Beeoh worth Junction at 9.10 a,m, and ar-. rives at, W...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 30 January 1914

* V ifi MEXICO. Affairs in this distracted country arc still In a chaotic condition. The rebels in the north seem to be making good progress but. President Iliieria still remains obstinate, liis difficul ties have been agpro witfd by o conspiracy to assassinate him and take possession of the Government bv force of arms. It seems as if nothing but strong intervention will restore tranquillity, but who is bold enough to do it? *1* tit *1* fcl*

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 30 January 1914

DISTRICT COURTS, PETTY SESSIONS. Beechworth, daily. Benalla, daily. Bethanga, every Wednesday. ChUtern, every Monday, Wednes day and Friday, Eldorado, every Wednesday. Hutherglen, every Tuesday and Friday. Tallangatta, every Wednesday. Wodonga, every' Thursday. Wangaratta, daily. Wahgunyali,. every second Friday.

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 30 January 1914

Commonwealth JgkBanfc of HustraUa MIAD OFflOl SYDNEY >" ?? X- ' fkh tak 1* I»u fcr Ml elMM» at QENERAL. BANKING BUSINESS »t IQUITAILE BUILDlNGt OOLLIN3 STREET, MELBOURNE 41fttX lijdnej, Canberra, Adelaide, Nrth. Hobart, Tlri-thine, RGckhanipton, TowniTille, and Lcwdo*. ftbti rcmittaaott made to, aitd drafle drawn oq foreign place* direct. Foreign bill* negotiated and e»n#et«d. ' Uttn of credit breed to any part of the' world.' Bills negotiated «r forwarded fer oollectioa. Basking and Exchange Ruaineee of every deeoription transacted within the Common* . Wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed depotlte. , - ' Adrasoee made afiwst approved securities SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Ylet*rt«fi 0*ntr«l Of9lc«t 317 COU.IN8 STREET, MCLBOURNK. Bcuebee ID the above cities and 3,QOO Agenoiei at Pott Offices throughout the Commonwealth* Depoelta fr»m if* t* CiOO. Int«r««t At 3% per annum. .r WHhcfrawall mm/ bf madf at anj Branch or Afencj within the Commo...

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SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 30 January 1914

^ ^ ^ ^ SOUTH AFRICA. ?The promptitude with which the Union Government suppressed the or ganised attempt tj subvert the estab lished authority and substitute a syn dicalist control, forms a' striking contrast to the action of the spinelete Labour Ministry of this Common wealth during ihe great Brisbane strike, when the Prime Minister re fused to take decisive measures for protection of peaceful citizens and even expressed astonishment at the ''moderation" of the malcontent? who were waging war upon society. The prompt application of martial law ef? factually quelled the incipient revolu tion and the most prominent agitators having been deported to England there will be some chance of matters resum ing their normal course. But how will England relish having t';n or a dozen such firebrands dumped onto her, when she has enoujh of her own?

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]iltern & [?]long Times [?] Published Every TUESDAY and FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 30 January 1914

iftiftirn St goirlong ^MUES - . Published Every TUESDAY and FRIDAY. -FRIDiAJ, JANUARY 30, 1814." Recently a steamer left Japan under the command of Captain S. 'Hikeda, Sate of that country's navy, and ono of the secretaries of the Japanese . Exploration Society. Ho. has pre viously visited Europe, America and Australia, and is accounted an officer .of considerable experience and in telligence, It would appear that a8 Japan only permite self-supporting im .migrants to settle in Korea, and as there are. many difficulties and in convenient local conditions awaiting those who. desire to make Manchuria their home, it becomes necessaiy for the Japanese Government to 6cek eome other outlet for the country's surplus population. It Is probable that the vessel under the command of Captain Takeda will- round Cape Horn in the winter of 19X4-15, and cruise along the coasts of the Argen tine Republic and Brazil. In con nection with this "voyage of dis covery,'" the above commander has made some o...

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