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INTERSTATE RAILWAY. BARNAWARTHA TO HOWLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
INTERSTATE RAILWAY. UARNAWAKTHA TO HOWLOMi. The wheat farmers and wool growers o£ the lliverina round and beyond HOWIoqr bavo long wished to have their district connected with the Vic torian Hallways. Air David Ileid is the secretary of the movement, and lie recently conferred with Mr J. Bowser, M.Jj.A., to arrange for a deputation of fifteen representatives from New Suutb r.Wale* to thu Victorian. Minister for Jiailways (Hon I). Mackinnon ) Re plying to the request the Minister wrote oil Monday that lie " will be happy to see the members of the How long and Bonier District Railway LeagueB with reference (o the proposed railway connection between Howlony and tlm Victorian tail ways, on Wed ncsday, 18th March, at I "J noon, at. the railway otlices, Spencer street." There is an area of 10U,000 acres of wheal land, all under production, in the district round ilowlon^', and the whole of the outlying district bet ween rlmt place and lirocklesby will be available on each side. The market ...
GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
(IENKKAT, (iKSSIONH. oeochworth-Thursday, February 12 Thursday, May 28 Tuesday, August 4 Thursday, October 1 Beimlla-Tuesday, Kot.ruary 21 Wednesday, April 1 Tuesday, July 7 Tuendiiy, September 1 Wi'diu'Bclny, November 4 WangiruUii-Thursday, February 20 Thursday, April *2 Wednesday, Juno 24 Tliui'uduy, September JJ Tli ii i cilny, Docombur 'J
CLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Close season for Game, etc. The whole year [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
.CLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Closo fluaaou for Gamo, The whole year Alt Auatraliau Kauna, with thy Qx.ce|i* riuii of Snakes, in tho National Parka and Public (JardmiB ; Acanthizje or Tits ; Pabblure, lico-eatera, Bitturna, Black Cockatoos, Bluck Swans, Blackmailed or Uoek-IVbbler Parrots, Bronze winged and other Wild Pigeons, Bustard or Wild Turkey, Ualifurnian Quail, Cater pillar* catchers, Kphthinnuras or Chate. VnnUiU^ Coi,cl» I Herons (exccpt tho JVati'vo Companion or J A u»trnJian Ornou), Cuckoos, Gtiokoo &lt;hrifcur», Deor, Dow* (Jura Turtlo), Doves (YVitd), Emu?, Fly catchers, l*'rog» mouth or Podamua and Mopokop, Gnmcalua Family (all members of), Ibia, KotiL'iiruos (black-faced or Malluo (Macro inia Melanops), Kangaroos (Inrt;o L'rey, Muciopua Giganteua), Kangaroos (larg red, 'Macropua Rufus), Kingfishers-all kinds, including tho Great King lisher or Laughing Jackass, Larka (in rludinu Cinclorainphua and Pipils), Lyro Bird, Magpie Larka (Pied Grallina), iWalleo Henp, J...
CHILTERN VALLEY G.M CO. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
CHILTERN VALLEY Q.M CO. The balance sheet aud reports of the above company for the half year ended 10th February, 191-1, are to band. Starting with a balance of £2-13 IDs 3d from last half year tho receipts were £-1903 "Js lid, £2712 10s being from enlli and £1370 upplication deposit on -"ij'jO sh ires, i'lie exp-ndi turo was £3535 I8j11&lt;1, wages ab sorbing £928, lirtiwood £ I GO, minim: materials £3t>0, l£. Darby (on contract) £700, shaft a/c £U7-1, removal aud re-erection of plant and machinery £237. Tho balaucc at credit at end of half-year was £1300 3s 7&lt;l. The reports are as under : WllECTOIt.s' ItKi'OliT. To the shareholder*. Ladies and Gentlemen,-As you will see bv the mine manager's report, work during the past half-year has been carried on without intermission, and in an ener gotic and satisfactory manner. The romovul and re-erection of the plant and machinery has been completed to the satisfaction of the mine manayor, the shaft has been sunk and eq...
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
DISTRICT COURTS. I'KTTY hKSHIOtftf. xSticchwurth-Daily Bonalla- Daily Bethauya-Every Wednesday Ohilteni-Every Tuesday, Thuraday and Saturday Eldorado-Every Wednesday, Kiowa-First Wed, each month Myrtlcford-Every Friday, Ruthorglen-Every Monday, Wod* noeday, and Friday TaHan^atta-Every Wednesday Wodonga-Every Thuraday Wanyaratta-Daily Wahgunyah-Every Bccond Friday* Yackaodandah-Every Mouday.
District Telephone Stations and Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
District Telephone Stations and Rates, Conversations r'.an be corrio'^l on luitwi'uii OhiI»urn nntl Hit) undur.mon tioned places by telephone, eilher direct from subscribers' premises or from the post otficivit charges naui'd: First 3 Additional luinutes 3 minutes Allan's Flat ... Bd Gd Albury ... Id 3d LJarnawariha ... 2d 'Jd Bueehworth ... 6d Benalla ... -?d (id liethaoga ... (id 5d Bright .. ... , Is 9d Ohiltern Valley 2d, . . 21 Corowa ... 4d 3d Devenish ' .. 8d Gd Euroa ... Is 9d_ Eldorado- ? ... 8d . Gd Ebden .;.;-"Gd . 5d Glenrowan ... Gd 3d Ge'rmantou n s.w Is ' ' 9d = Howlong ... ?"8d- Gd. Muoii i... Gel 3d; Jiudera n s w;'... Gd . 5di Kyabrain 2s -id Is 9d Kootong .... .Is 9d Lowesdale w ' *'ls ' -rDdj Mooroopna . 2s del . ... Is 9a'; Milawu ... Sd Gd Melbourne 2a 4-d .???,.Is 9d Mulwala Is" 9d Myrtleford ... Is . 9d Nagambie '"Is lQd Is 4d North Prentice.... 4d 3d Kutherylen ... 3d 3d Springhuist ... 2d' ' . 2d Seymour. Is 10(1 . Is 4d . Swan pool ... Is . 9d. Tnrrawiti'g...
Help in Cases of Accident. BURNS AND SCALDS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
Help in Cases ol Accident. BURNS AND SCALDS. Oovor with cooking soda, and , a) wet clothes over it, whites of oggs and olive oil, olive and linseed oil, Hour and mixed chalk and whiting DKOWNIN'O. 1. Loosen clothing, if any 2. Empty lungs of water by luyins. body on its stomach and lifting it up by the middle so that the head hangt down ; jerk the body a few times 3. Pull tongue forward using hand kerchief or pin with string if ueees sary 4. ] mitate uiof ion of respiration by ?llti-niately compre.-sing and expand lug the lower ribs about twenty timi-t ' >1 minute. Alternately raisin" am iowi-iinn the aims from tlio sides Uj above Lho head will stimulate tli. action of the lung's; let it be doii> gently but persistently 5. Apply warmth and friction tc, extremities ti. By holding Lin; tonyun forward closing the nostrils, anil picsMiifj th " Adam's applo" buck (ho as to ulo.s. entrance to stomach) direct inSlatioi can b tried. Take r. di-ujj breath ami breathe it freely into the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
STAR HOTELi, A. P. BEIESE, Proprietress, BEGS to notify the residents of Cliiltoru and district tlmt sho has taken over the mauagouient of this old established and well-known hostelry, and hopes by running it oh up-to-date lines to merit a contiuuunce of support. The Oldest Established Commercial Hotel in the Di-slrict. Alee, Wilier, Spirits nud Ciyavs of tho First (Quality. Hob. and Cold Baths, Billiards Crawford Si Cu's Ktaulwa. Always a (iood Glass of Ale at this hotel. Best brands Liquors, Cigars, &c. Tho Is Meal a specialty. Eirst-eluss Accommodation. Five Largo Itoomy Loose Boxes, .Eight Opeu Stalls, Free to public. m M THE (SPORTING HOUSE OK THE J)J ST RICT M m :-.or M ?tt': MM (Under New Management.) Vi'/. J, H. Brockelbank, Proprietor, Begs to announce to the residents of Baruawartha and Surrounding .District that he 1ms takon over the license of the above hotel, and trusts by strict intention to business to merit n fair share of pubhV patrouagc." Good Meals ttuil G...
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. Letters-For every Aoz or under 0 1 j Post Cards-Stamped on Curds,., 0 1 i Letter CardB to i-Tow South WaleB, i ?South Australia, Tasmania, | Queensland, West Australia, Mew Zealand and.Fiji ... 0 1 Post Cards, Reply Post Cards, Packets, Books, Newspapers, Registration Feo, samo as for places within Victoria Parcel Post-For every parcel of lib or under ... ... 0 8 Each additional lib or under (up to 111b) ... ... ... 0 G Kates to the United Kingdom and Fo reign Countries. . Letters-For every Aoz or under 0 1 j Post Cards-each ... ... 0 1 ! Reply Post Cards-each ...02! Newspapers--loz| Id, each . ad- J ditional 2oz ... ... 0 0J : Commercial Papers-iioz lid, 'loz j iMd, (!oz 4d, 8oz 'tjjd, lOoz Dd, i then every lioz to Dibs ..Oil Printed Papers, other than nuwh papors, for every Uoz or undor up to 01b ... ... ... 0 1 Patterns and samples-For uvury 2oz or under up to 12oz .,.0 1. Registration Fee ... ... 0 3 Acknowledgment of delivery of a registered articl...
POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES RATES FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
POST AND TELEGRAPH-KATES llATliS FOit t'LACKS IN UUTOliJA, Letters-Half ounco or under ... 0 ,, For every uuueo ... 0 Urgent Lettera-For each Letter in addition to ordinary poBtai'Q 0 Late fee .. 0 Jackets-Cominorcial and printed papora, maximum weight olbB, dimensions not to exceed 2ft in length, 1ft in depth or width, for every 2oz, or fraction i tterne and samples, packetfl of merchandise, etc., maximum ^weight lib ; dimonaiou not to exceed '2ft in length, one foot yin depth or width ; rate of pua>.* aj»y for every 2uv. or fraetnjf'1 thcroof ... o Books-For every «ioz or under up to 51ba ... ... ... 0 Newapapera-For each uewspapor 0 Newspapers A magazines and publicationa not published in the Commonwealth, 2ov. ... 0 Post Cards-each ... ... 0 Reply Post Cards-each ... 0 Letter Cards-2 for ... ^ 0 Registration fee ... ... 0 Parcel lib or under ... ... 0 Parcel, each extra lb or under 0
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
bPORTINU. Chiltern anddistricthomo owners and trainers are reminded tlmt uu'riea for the Howlong race?, to be held on March 11, close with the secretary, Mr Will F. Leahy, on Thursday next, March 0. This year the club have goue to considerable trouble and expensQ in making the necessary arrangements for carryiug out the mooting successfully, aud have also increased the prize money considerably. The programme is a good odo and aa there are at the present tiiuo a large number of horses at work in tho district flood tiolds should bo the order at the meeting. The racing track it now at its best and the Howlong club should this year have a record gather ing. The racing pony Lady Arpyle has been purchased for export to India. It is a ruattor. for surprise that " Faddy" Burke would caro to part with the little mare, aa she won him aomo heavy bets at the right timp. Mr 0. B. O'Neill's pony, Miss Katli leeo, trained by Mr Ueorge Grenell of Waugaratto, ran into second place in tho Novelty l'o...
CHILTERN POLICE COURT. Friday, February 20. (Before Mr Browse, J.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
CHILTERN POLICE COURT. Fridny, February 20. (lii'furc Mr IJrowao, J.P. 1 NX U I.TI N15 I1KH.W10U. Koy Maddern was charged with behaviim in mi iuauitiny manner in a public place at Ohiltern on the pre vious night. Accused pleaded riot guilty. Constat l« Portingale deposed : At about 10 p in. on tho ptuvious night accused -iixl two other men wore, at the bo'nun end of Conuess street, near ltyin'.s blacksmith's shop, mid the language I hey were using c.rnld im heart! nil over the place. Accused had been warned on several occasions to leave the town. Ho had received money from his mother to go home. Accused - I havo been in the town a week, and provious to coming here I was " working lit Wodouga and Tallangatti. My mother sent niu money to go home and 1 havo lis 8d left. The bench-Wo don't want people liko you about. You havo been hanging around for a wiek. You will bo lint d £1. in default seven days. INHUl.TtXd WutUIH. William Richards w.iy charged with using insultiug words in a publ...
MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
MINING MEMS. Messrs Tidymau and party crushed at tho Government battery, Chiltern, four loads of stone for 4Aozs gold. Tlio quart/. was taken from a lodo situate east of the Golden Bar. Tlio top level drive at the Chiltern Valley is being pushed out to the No 7 boro which was bottomed at 313ft from surface. The lower level drive has been exteuded to a distance of iiAmut tr.ft. A Sydney syndicate lmvu sent a parcel of quartz to bo treated at the Government, battory, Chilteru. Th;' Btone is expected to cuntaiu a fair avorage sample of tin. Jobbing in the shares of the Great Southern Consols Company has cn livened market operationo on several occasions during the past few months, so that tho half yearly report for the period ended January 31 will be closely scanned. This shows that uporations were confined to develop ment work. The mine management (Mr W. J. Xrevillyan), who took charge on September 11, found a HOUth intermediate driven 107ft from No. 1 shoot and a lower level oil' thu ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
BAD LEG. BENDIGO LADY'S HIGHLY SATIS FACTORY EXPERIENCE WITH DR MORSE'S INDIAN HOOT PILLS. Tha splendid blood purifying properties of Dr Moran's Indian Root Pills are vouched for by Mrs Anno Brown, of Regi naldut., Quarry Hill, Hendigo, ivii» writes :-" I tried almost every medicine /or the relief »fa bad leg, which dovelopod many sores arising from blood impurities, all to no purpose. I found many visits to doctors likewise unavailing, and seeing Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills highly re commended, I decided to try (hem After taking a course of Indian Root Pills I found an early recovery to normal stalo of health. Improvement common ced from tho first feiv pills taken. I was delighted with the benelits I was receiving, so continued tho inedi cine and within tvo months I was restored to licnlih. I can certain'y recomrr.end Dr Moreu's Indian Root I'illa as a blood purifying medicine, unequalled, in my caso, for au absolute cure. You inn use this testimony for publication. Thoy are bare ...
SPEED UP. EGBERT HUBBARD'S ADVICE. REST MEANS RUST. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
SPEED UP. EGBERT HCltnAHDS ADY UKST MEANS RUST. The Master-lean is aiiuply a mau who is master of emu person-himsulf. When you hive mastered yourself you. are .then (it to lake charge of other people. TIih Master-mini is the person who lma evolved Intelligent Industry, Concentration, Confidence, until these things become the h>il»it of life. Industry in the highest sense means conscious, useful intelligent 'effort. Carried to a certain point, industry is healthful stimulation-it means active circulation, good digestion, sound sleep. The sensible mun will ascertiuu his limitation? nud not carry his industry to the poiut of exhaustion Before he is tired out he will turn his attention to something else and lind rest in change. The ability to concentrate mjuiros the ability to relax In order to work you njjist know how to play Men who carry great burdens and responsibilities aro always thoso who nre able ut times to lay down the burden and be a child with children. They can laugh. Au...
The Federal Standard. ESTABLISHED 1859 With which are Incorporated THE OVENS CONSTITUTION and [?]URRAY GAZETTE. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
EBTABMHHED IS.V.i With which aro Incorporated THE OVKXS CONSTITUTION and 01 OIUIAY GAZETTE. POiiLlKIIHI) BVKKY Frio AY MOIININO FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1UM. IT is hard to realise what our legis lators were about when- limy allowed such a one-eyed measure as the Work men's Compensation Act to be passed. The provisions are most drastic mid inequitable and every employer of labor is to be linrsliiy penalised by contributing to a fund, wheh is to only benefit hi J workmen, while taking a sum of £U00,000 out of his pockets for the payment of premiums for the bene fit of his employees who frequently look upon hini as iheir natural enemy and one who ought to be put ouL of existence. The Country Party in the Legislative As sembly did curiainly uy lu irmku the liimiiuii'ii inoi-o !»y ootjipelliiij* all persons bo llio contract. to con trilium od a fairer basis, viz, the employer lo pay one half, the State one sixth and (he employee two birds, but this was lej-eted with the consequence that tho ...
GRANTS TO MUNICIPALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
C3RANTS TO MUNICIPALITIES. Parliament line only granted Lhe paltry sum of L2.">,000 to assist shire councils during the presout terra, and tin; amount has been allocated. The -following district municipalities par ticipate: ISuechworth Shire-Towards main tenance of roads and bridges, L125; towards repairing breakaway in Ovens River at (Japsted, L50 (council to expend L17f> additional), L175. Chiltern Shire -Towards mainten ance of main roads (council to expend LI 25 additional), LI23. Kutherglen Shire-Towards main tenance of main roads, L75; towards construction ot road to liewly-settled aiva iti polico paddock at Uooratnadda, L100 (council to expend L17u addi tional), L175. Yackandandah Shire .- Towards maintenance of bridges (council to expend L100 additional), L200. Jack : D.irling, give mo a kiss. Flo : Sir ; how dare you 11 rather kiss a Borpent than you. Jack : Well, I saw you kissing opo tho other day. Flo : What do yoij mean i Jack: Why, tho bookkeeper. He's an odder, ...
BARNAWARTHA RACES. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
UARNAWARTHA RACES. WKDKESD.VV, MAIiCII I. Ou Wednesday next the Jiarua wartha turf club will hold their annual meeting, and as the popularity of this club is known far and wide the function should bo a hugn success. During tho year tho committee have made a great improvement to the trnulc and horseowners may rest satisfied that everything for their com fort has been attended to. In the enclosure a stewards' "stand has also been erected, which should supply a long felt want. Arrangements have been undo for supplying afternoon tea and refreshments on the ground, and ns this matter has been placed in most capable hands patrons may. rely on getting uvorything good. The entries for tho various ovonts ou the pro gramme have tilled up well, and all that remains is for tho weather to be favorable and the. success of tho meet ing is assured. Special trains will ruu as usual from Beualla and Albury, pickiug up passengers and horses at all stations en route.