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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
GREAT DISPLAY OF HORSEMANSHIP ON THURSDAY NEXT, MARCH 5, BY PROFESSOR KEiP (JACK Efc-S-ILiY) and lais staff. Exhibitions of Hiding Duokjinnper* who h.w thrown most of tbn riders of note. Come and hpu the c.ili;uljitinii horse, Chester, the clovemst horse in the Circus Business. Besides the Professor and Mi~s K"inp. iu\A th»» Lilliputian llider?, Jiinmie and Tommy, four other ridrr* "f noty will perform, viz.: Joe Carr, Tommy Gulvtn, Frank Oryan and Mystury Wild Hurry. Bring along yuur Uubroktm or Outlawod Hordes. Liberal prizes offered for winning mounts on buckjumpera. IHm't Mass flat* «Kfcat Display. Professor Itemp will show at Barnawartha on Wednesday Next (Rat e Day.) Brann's | Decision !| TO To Bedrock Prices in order to make room for the j Autumn Goods, STO And now every lot in the way of Fashionable Goods has been reduced in order to ensure a ready sale. To quote prices is often misleading. ? ' - I | Call and See Our Rem-j | want Table | t Where all articles are marked at I ...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
JMlsrc SKA SUNS FOIL HMI. ( ' IJI.iok" Jb'iali-From 1st September to 15th December in, each year (both dates inclusive) Crayliah-Tlio wholo year for all lens than iiicht'a in JuiiiftJi, and for Femalo Craytinh from tlio lot Jui o to tlio 30i1i November (both dates inclusive in each year English IJoach-From 15th September to 10th November. English Trout-From thu 1st May lo the olst August in each year (both}*datc» l|:&lt; lusivc) Gippalaml Perch-From let August to the 30th November in each year (both dates inclusive) Murray Bream, Murray Porch, Murray Cod-From tho 1st October tu the 30th November tin each year (both dates iu cluaivo MINIMUM WLKJIITS OF IISU. Blackball, 4ozs ; Murray Cod, lilbs ; Murray Porch, 8ozs ; Porch, 5oza ; Bream Ooza ; Silvor Bream, uoza
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
HOW TO PREVENT ACID STO MACHS AND FOOD FERMEN TATION, BY A STOMACH M'UClALLKT. A? u specialist who ha* spent many year:? in the *tudy unci treatment uf sti.iiMelj trou bles, 1 have been forced to the conclusion that moat people who complain of tloirmch trouble po^ctn stomach* thht are absolutely beahhv and normal. Tho rt-ul trouble, that which uiiUfes all the pain und ditfculty, is acid in the stomach, usually due to, or aggra vated by, food fermentation. Acid irritates the delicate lining i f th" stomach and food fermentation cku-ilh «ind, which distends the stomach abuMunully. causing that full bloated fielin^. Thu.- hath acid and fermen tation iniurftre with anil retard Ihu prucetii of di^«ifli »n. The rftr much ih usually healthy and normal, hut irrita'.ed »hno>t pant en durance by thi se /urHtfiJ »Inuentb -acid and wind. In all Mich eases -HIM! thov comprise over '.'0 per nl of .ill *Um>aeh difficulties thi lirst mid only c(eu ni'cej-sar\ is to neutral* iso the ;nd and yw...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
IVIarriage. Humphrey-PHILLIPS.-On the ttfth Feb ruary, llJH, fit the Fie:ibyterian Church, Chiltern, by tho Krsv. A. C. McConwui, Herbert Sydney, youngest scut of the lute Mr and Mrs Charles Humphrey, of Albaiy, to Mabel, fourth daughter of Mr nnd Mrs John Phillips, of Wahgunya.h. WEDDING. H UM PH RKY - P1IILLI PS. A wedding which attracted con siderable attention was solemnised at tlio St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Chilteru, on Wednesday morning. The - contracting parties were Mabel, fourth daughter of Mr and Mrs John Phillips, of'Wahgunyah, and Herbert Sydney, youngest son of the late Mr and Mrs Charles Humphrey, of Al bury. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. C. McConnan, of Benallii, assisted by Mr Alinson Norris, of Chiltern. As tho bride un'ered tho church on the arm of her father the organist (Mr J. Cunning ham) played " Tho voico that breathed o'er Eden." The bride, who looked charming, was attired in crcmo silk Santoy, with overdress of cremo (inured net. Sho wore...
THE GAZETTE. Crown Lands Available. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
THE GAZETTE. Crown Lands Available. The undermentioned ureas are avail able for application on or before Wi d nesday, Iltli March: County Bocotu", parish of Chillern Wi-s', 3a, £1 per acre, in the south of parish, four miles from (Jhiltern U.S. County BoquiiK, parish Chillern Wmt, 30a Or Up, £,'1 per acre, in north east of parish (formerly hold by T. Williams), si* miles from Chilterli R.S. of LiouriHtjH Apjirovml. M. O'Dea, sen., lOlia, Uriuiin. l'\ Jiiyct, la ami 4a, Notour. J,- II. Harris, 'J05a and 11 a, £&lt;or o«". . T. Kldridge and others, 1 GO v, Nor oi ' Permit to &lt; 'ecupy. George Wobb Oa, Ch lt:'rn Wis'
COMMERCIAL. S. Younkman and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
COMMfcRCIAL. S. Younkman and Co. On Mulch HI ttio ivhnvt. IMUl will condnti u Halo on behalf of Mrs Uoike when thoy will oubaiit the Hotel do I'.iris (as a Roing con cern), anil several allotments o( land, and a couplo of piddneks handy to Chiltem. On nceount n[ JlUti Archer her furniture, etc, ?will bo ottered. Fell particulars are adver tised. Flanagan, Newman and Co. On Friday, March l>, a special mile of hordes will ho held at Wannarattu, the auctioneers bein^ Messrs l''lauanan, Newman and Co. and Adauison, Strottlo and Co. Horses will be sold as yarded.
[?]ARTHA V UPPER INDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
jiAnNAWA.nnii V uppku indioo. ' I3firrmwartb& played tbolr- return match with ibo Upper indigo boya at U. Indigo on Saturday, and Bpent a splendid time, it being one of the beet outings of the season. The ladies turned out in largo numbers and treated the Barney buy* to everything of; the best. After the aiatcb, Mr Francis thanked the ladies and the Indigo cricketers for thoir kindness to the Barnawartlm team, everyone being tjuito pleased and hoping to meet again b&lt;fore tho season finished. Barnawartha batted first and made 109. A. Dickeon (re tired) 3y, W. Baxtvr ltf, Francis 11, Howard 10 and Clem Tanner 10 batted well for Barney. Indigo on going to tho wiokets only managed to mako tt:j. W. Quirk 2l and T. Quirk 11 batted best for Indigo. T. Quirk I ami'11. Langiey bowled best for Indigo, j cuuturing three wickets eauh. U.A.Francis : 4 for 25 and H. DeMamiel 5 for 11 bowled well for Barnawartba. Scores: Barnawartha. K. A. Francis, b M. Langiey .. .. 11 A. Dicks...
CRICKET. GO[?]MADDA V [?]LLDALY. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
CRICKET. &lt;&lt;U01UMMH&lt;1 V nAU,Ji.W,E. i 1 he uhov«j tenniH met at Goorauiadda un Saturday tvnd tho match resulted in a draw. JJallriuie batted Jirnt and with ci»bt wicker down for J11 runs declared their inning* closed, Paoch 01 boin« top soorcr. When tituo was called Gooramudda had lout (our wickets for 87 run*, K. Dunn 33 boing tho most Huucessfut batsman. ticores: - Balldale. W, Stokes, jnr, run out .. .. -I W. Stoken, senr, b M. Gracn .. ..10 F. McMahon, c G. Nation, b W. Graco.. 0 J. Chamberlain, c Uuckloy, b M. Graco.. 1 H. Paech, b Unas .. .. .. fi 1 J. McGrath, c L. Leseborg, b M. Gracc.. 13 Father Hyun, b M. Graoo .. .. 1 H. Cordner, not out .. .. ..17 J. Tirams, b T. Ooolan .. 8 J. Barber, not nut .. .. .. 1 Sundries, .. .. .. 1 Innings declared closed, 8 wkts for.. 111 Bowling.-I. Iju^eborg, 0 wickota for 3'.) runs; W. Graco 1 for 12; M. Grace, 4 for .H\; H. Nation, 0 for 13 ; L). lloss, 1 for 10 ; T. Uoolan, 1 for 11. Goorarnadda. G. Nation,...
DISTRICT ASSOCIATION PLAYERS IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
niSTJIICr ASSOCIATION I'I«AYEKR IN MKMlOUUNIv. The visit of the Distriot Cricket Assooia ; tion toaii) to Melbourne proved a great fuccesp, unci it id pleasing to note that our boy6 have more than held their own with the metro politan player?. A day's match between a Collingwood e'even and thirtfen of the District Association was played at Victoria Park last weak. Many of Ihe country ; players were unaccustomed to turf wicke'B and Collingwood had rather an easy win on lirefc innings scores. The Association goin » in first scored 78, Baxter 29 not out and W. Clark 18 being top scorers. The bowling was done by Crawley (four for 0), Gihb (tw i for G), Keating (three for (5), HuntKy (one for 0), Makin (one for 3) and Erriogton (one for 15) Collingwood closed their innings with seven wickets down for 13tf (Errtngton 31 retiroi, Birroll 21, Harvey 10, Keating 11.) Sullivan one for E. Kerr one for 0, B. G. Clifford one for 12, i}pd A. Kerr one for J got the wickets for the visitors. In the...
BUNGOWANNAH V HOWLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
UUNOOWANNAH V HOWLONO*' Thin match was played at BungowRnnah on Saturday. n»d resulted in a draw. Scores: liungownonah. ChumberK, b Gary .. A. Feryu.soo, b Cary.. .. G. C'ury, b Cary .1. For^'Utson, h.w., b Cary .. . Sbjpard, c ljpylu, b Kllurmau .. W. Proctor, c Cary, b DeManiiol J. Proctor, c PnMamiel, b Hamilton W. Lavis, c Yallanci, b Hamilton Pay, c Cary, b Hamilton .. .. -1 Lavis, not out .. .. li-i H. Howriey, b Hamilton Sundries, .. Total, .. .. ..151 Bowling-C. Hamilton, J for 30; C. Cary, ?i for 51; DuMamiel, 1 for i(J; J. Wise, none for P.); iillerman, 1 for 0. Howlong. Boyle, o Day, h .1. Proctor .. 30 Klierman, b W. Lavia ,. .. 7 ./. Wise, c K. Lavish W. Proctor .. )f» Yalland, b J. Proctor .. 9 C. Hamilton, b .T. Proctor ... .. 21 L. DuMamiel, not out (J. Cary, b J. Proctor.. .. 0 W. Loaby, not out .. . 13 Sundries, .. ..12 Six wicketb for .. 117 Bowiinu-W. Lavis, one for 35 ; J. Proctor, 1 for :i7 ; W. 1 roiitor, 1 for 17 ; J.' Day, 0 for 10 ; A. Ferguson, 0 for 0.
Items of [?] [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 February 1914
Stems of The number of inhabitants for the licensing district of Cliillern lias been determined by the chief secretary at '2705; Towong, 61(50 ; Becehworth. -1025; Rntherglen, 5810; Yaekandalidab, :i02U; Wodonga, 2755. 'I'ho ' btist explanation of a snaku charmer's immunity from the effects of snakebite is that the charmers have become immune through repeated inocu lation with the venom. Mr W. 1). Walker, in the " S.M. Herald" states that from his experience, it takes a snake about 11. hours to refill its sac with venom. " Professor" Fox used to " milk" the snakes about twice during the 2! hours. The. Uerman University, Mr Walker explained, were purchasers of snake venom at the price of £150 per oz ; but the usual price was X'270 for black snake venom and X'.IUO for that of the tiger snake. Mr George Richards, the well-known mining engineer, who has just returned from a twelve months' tour of England, Europe and America, paid a visit to Chilturu during tin; week. Mr Richards, who is...
HOWLONG RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914
HOWLQNG RACING C\A}\5,, A meeting of members of the hIhh'u club was held at Muliarry's lid el, Howlong, oil Suturday evening. Pre si'nt.: President, J. A. H. Wy.se, unci Messrs P. Keohn, P. lifki, W. li. Hamilton, J. MoAulilTe, VV. Murdock, juu, A, Devereaux, A. O. Boyle, J. Dunn, It. Marshall, 11. J. Leahy, R. Gule, E. M cHarry, W. Foley, G Catou, F. Gregory, C. Leahy, \V. Gee, 0. Knorpp, T. Eaton, M. Bru hfiiiy and Will I1'. Lenliy (secretary ) The secretary asked if " peisou wishing to outer a horse for the farmers' race had to put lijs colors in, as one man has asked to bo allowed to ride in n white suit, aud bn^or hat-The meet iuij took the matter us a joko ami no action was taken. A lengthy discussion took placo in reference to the yeiinritl nrmugumculs for the races oil March 11. ' Tho uieoiiug thou adjourned.
HOWLONG AND BORDER RAILWAY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914
HOVVLONQ AND BORDER RAILWAY LEAQUB. A meotiug of members of the above WHS held ut the flowlong fcjcliool of Arts on Saturday afternoon last, Present: iMessrs A. V. Browu, J. A. II. Wyse, W, Barntield, W. Leahy, J. Buckley, W. Bucklee, W. Geo, J. Conway, C. l'\ Harkiu, W. Grace, T. Doolan, \V. B. Huuiiltori, M. Conway, W. Murdock, jun., W. WilkiuHon, F. Mourlield and 1). Keid (secretary.) Apologies were received from Messrs w, .iMurtlock, uen., J. Hyluud and A. O. Boyle Iu tlio absence of the president, Cr ] W. F. Leahy was voted to tliu chair. A letter was read From Thomas Asliford, tendering | Ilia resignation ns president of the league, aa be was about to leave the district Mr Buckley moved limb tlio rnsig Million bo accepted with regret, and that Mr Ashford bo naked lo ac company the deputation to Melbourne. He considered that as Mr Aahford was a mast influential gentleman and lmd a big stake in tho district ho would be of great assistance. Mr Doolan .seconded the motion, ; which...
CHILTERN V BARNAWARTHA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914
CfllLTBRN V BASK\WAnTHi. A match bttwoen the above clubs will take placc on tbe Bnrnawartha grouud on Satur day (tomorrow.) Tbo Uarnawartbfi will be selected from tbe following playf*T : - Clem Tanner, JiHXt&r (2), O'Hulliv.m, O'Cal Inghau, iJicksuti, FrnneiJ, Urookor, lCyau, Howard, liailyj and DoMamiel. Tbo district cricketers appear to imvu had j a really >/ood timo while in Melbourne ' During their viait they got their photographs takon and had one enlarged, and presented it to Mr H. 0. Mardling, of SpringhurHt, who acted as president of tbo team during tbei&lt;* visit. Messrs U, 13axter and J. Peareo made tbo presentation. All tbe memberH of the team spoke in glowing taenia of Mr Mardling. and wished to show their nppreciutiou by presenting him with an enlarged photo. Mr J. I'earce, who acted as manager, wua tbo reclpieut of a silver back brush and comb.
UPPER INDIGO V YACKANDANDAH [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914
Uri'Kll T TACKAM'ANi»AH The return mau-h between the above tenuis eventuated on the (Jppnr Indigo oval on Satur day last. The ^ame rswulted in ft victory for tho local lid* by :i3 runs. The principal scorers for "Upper ludii/o were .1. Goodger 20 and «T. McGrath 10 Kruuor w?ifh '29 wag the only bateman tu reach double fi^urea /or the visitors. Suort'H : - Upper Indigo. T. Quirk, c and b Charles .. ..7 W. Good^er, c Charley, b Kruger .. 9 W, Quirk, b Charles .. .. .. 3 K. Liuitfloy, c imd b Krutfpr .. .. .5 G. fjan^ley* c Brittun, b McMillan .. 9 J. Hayes, b Kru^er .. .. .. 5 j J. Good^er, b Charley .. .. 20 I M. KUiyate, b McMiJhm .. 2' E. Speirs, b McMillan . .. 0 P. Devitt, b Clmrlea ,, ,, ..4 J. McGrath. not out ., . . ..10 Sundries, .. .. .. 2 Total, .. ..76 Bowling -Kruger, A wickets tor 30 runs; Charles, i /or 28; McMillan 3 for 10. Ynckandaudab, F. Place, b T. Quirk .. . * .. 0 Kruuer, c W. Quirk, b Laugley .. 2!l 3. McMillan, b Gnnilger ... .. 1 J. UhurloH, run out .. .? . ....
BARNAWARTHA V XMASTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914
JiAHNAWAIttlU V XMAbTuWN. An ('Xcitinf? contwl resulted batween the above tcHDis when tboy met At Barnawartha on Satur-Jay. The Tailor* went to the wickets firnL 11111^ knocked up 113 run?, the voUran Jt. I). Hicks (38) being the highest scorer, and another o'd warrior XV. (" Nipper") OrttK mucin li). Barnawartha made ib»* pace prrtty wining hh&lt;1 jast before t'nif wk- called pa^i-d th»-ir opponent? tally vvitli four wio!ir.te» tiuwn fur 117. U. Baxter (35r and J. Sullivan (ill) wero top ecorora. Scores; .VmiiHtown. W. Milnr, b B-ixtnr .. 0 l\. Oatf. b DuMamiol .. .. 0 L. Barra«.J, b Baxh'i-., ., .,14 B. Oat.-, b DeMumiil.. .. .. 1 \V. PtsnhaU*. c J Baxur, b DeMamlel .. 14 W. J. Oats, e and b Baxter .. 1(J E. Be-.vf'll, b Baiter .. .« .. 0 H. D. Hicks, b Dickson .. ..28 A. Oats, b Francis .. .. ..21 C. Uowf», b I'Vanciu .. .. .. 0 Alf Onis nnt out .. .. 0 Sundries* .. .. 10 Total, .. .. ..113 Bowling-G. Baxter, I wickets for32ruiiB ; H. DtiMumiel, .'J for 35 ; J. Sullivan,...
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. Town and auburban, within prescribed limita, or within fifteen miles from the sending station, includlug address and signature, not exceeding 1G words, Cd ; each additional word Id. Other plnooo within M»o Rtrit*?, town and nuburbuti, inaludlng uddroaa and signature, not exceeding 1G words, 9d; each additional word Id. Interstate.-From uny ono Stato to nnother, including addrcBS and signaturo, and not exceeding 10 words Is ; each ad ditional word Id. On telegrams t j nnd from Tasmania the charges are those mentioned above, with cablo chargoB added, which at the present time is id per word, Double the foregoing rateB to bo chargod for the transmission of telegrama on Sun day, Christmas Day, and Good Friday and for " Urgent" telegrams. The foregoing ratos ore'^oxclnolve o porterage charges
COROWA B V LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914
COROWA M V l.AKR. The above teams met on Saturday last, at lJjt) I.ukef and the guiuo reaultod in a draw. Scorccj: - Lake. It. Hiskins, u Muatertou, b Jackson .. 22 Yates, b Johnson .. .. .. 0 I-' fliskins, run out .. .. ..21 Bull, c Uicbardson. b Berry .. ..13 T. YatPB» u Hrtariuy, b liracbe .. 0 Grantham, e B-.iyiitfi, b Braoho .. 45 M'Callum, b Brache .. .. .. 0 II. Grantham, not out .. ..15 N. Hibkins, c Berry, bBaylidd.. .. 5 Schuu'Kle, at MacTagnart, b Brache 1 Sundries, .. .. .*21 Total, .. .. ..147 Oorowa A. MacTaggart, bGrantham .. ..17 A. Baylias, ]bw, b Grantham . . «» 8 Johnson, c Hirfkint?, b Bell .. .. i > I Brache. b Bull .. .. .. 7! I Brtarlcy, c .Sobmualo, bBell .. .. 0 | Berry, h Bell .. .. «. 7 Kichard^on, o and b Bell .. 4 Baokruan, b Grantham .. .. 1 Ferguson, o Grauihatu, b Bel!. . . . B Masterion, not out .. .. .. 0 Sundries, .. .. .. 0 Totut for 9 wickets, .. 57
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914
DISTRICT COURTS. TETTT HKHHI0N8, Kooch worth-Daily Bemvllii- Daily Bethanga-Every Wednesday. Ohiltern-Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Eldorado-Evory Wednesday, Kiowa-FirBt Wed. each month Myrtloford-Evory Friday. Rutherglen-Evory Monday, Wod noaday, and Friday Tallangatta-Evory Wednesday Wodonga-Evory Thursday Wangaratta-Daily Wahgnnyah-Evory second Friday, Yackandandah-Evory Monday.