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MOON PHASES. January. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 February 1914
MOON PHASES. January. Firet quarter, Sunday, 4th Full moon, Mondy, i 2th Last quarter, Monday, 19th New moon, Monday 26th February. First quarter, Tuesday, 3rd. Full moon, Wednesday, 11th ; Last quarter, Tuesday, 17th New moon, Wednesday, 25th March. I Firpt quarter, Thursday, 5th | Full mood, Thursday, 12th j Last quarter, Thursday, 19th ' New moon, Friday 27th | April. j First quarter, Saturday, 4th Full moon, Friday, 10 th Last quarter, Friday, 17th New moon, Saturday, 25th May. First quarter, Sunday, 3rd Full moon, Sunday, 10th Last quarter, Sunday, 17th New moon, Monday, 25th June First quarter, Tuesday, 2nd Full moon, Monday, 8th Last quarter, Tuesday, 16th New moon, Wednesday, 24th
LATEST INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. Melbourne, Monday. JUDGE RETURNS TO DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 February 1914
LATEST INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. . ...i Melbourne, Monday. | JUDGE RETURNS TO DUTY. Upon Itaking "his Beat in the Court of Geperal Sessions this morning for the first time since his return from a hoaltti trip, 'Judge Eagleson, was ?warmly welcomed. Speaking on bo half of the Bar, the profession, aW the. public,: Mr C. J. Z. Woinarski, Crown Prosecutor, said that it gave him very much pleasure to welcome Judge Eagleson back to his official duties. In his absence it had been generally recognised that a very strong and competent judge had been missing from the Oiurt of General Sessions and the County Court. Judge Eagleson expressed his appreci ation of the expressions of goodwill.
PRISON LABOUR FOR NATIONAL WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 February 1914
PRISON LABOUR FOR NATIONAL WORKS. Tho Hon. A. A, Bilison wan waited «]»n oil Monday evening' by a do: putition from Beechworth United Shire Council comprising Crs Wood ing, Bodge and Lowe with a request that he have a number of prisoners transferred from other gaols to that at Beech worth so that they might bi employed in the improvement of main channels and the formation of tourist roads, and pibbably also the jflariting of the thousands of acres of Crown lands about Beechworth with the black wattle which produces the best bark for tanners who have to import it from South Africa. After listen ing attentively to the representaioins of the deputation Mr Billson promised ti bring the matter before the Oiiief Secretary immed'atcly and acquaint the Oauncil with the reply as soon as it came to hand. This move on the part of the Council is very popufar with all classes. For a number of years it was thought there was a local pre judice against the employment of prison labour but that lias ...
CRITICAL HEALTH OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 February 1914
CRITICAL HEALTH OFFICER, ? Dr. Ley, 'health officer of Rodney Shire Council, complains j that he lias failed to convince the councillors of. the need of removing' an objection able slaughterywd in Tatur.i. or of remedying other evils. ' He has found many "breeding: 'planes of flies in the town, and wrote to the council ' as. follo">YS "AVhen I was a child.-/:*! was taught tliat everything had 'its ' use-that flies, for 'instance, were a. necessity, that they were'necessary to' eat. up the garbage. _ Later on, when'I eame !to CIVy my medical cbiinia' I Mind ? that they were the great germ car rier,, and -a great danser to health but I had to come to Tatuia to find another use ' for t.liu fly-a use that outweighs all the risk of infection from disease. / I 'found that the Rodney shire council had a special breed of fly, which Hhey wanted to fatten up and breed from to keep them awake* during meeting time. ?What more can we expect from the council? I find the drains in keep ing 'wit...
GENERAL PURPOSE FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 February 1914
GENERAL rUHPOSE FOWLS. Successive Ministers of Agricul ture have "from time to timr> urge! on farrfers-indeed, on the "men on. the land'' generally-thf v;Uto of raising fowls.- Dr. CSimeron. P.: rector of Agriculture, anl hi-- !r:h ordinates are always ready an i wal ing to supply the . very la tent in formation culled from other coun tries on this important matter. Word has come froni America of a breed .of fowls that have become very : popular all oyer the States. TJio ! breeders of lihode Island I?eds state I that tliey are the very best general ' purpose JVuvls. Tlie colour as seen ; on l;he best line-bred stock is of a ; veiy brilliant even shade of red in j both sexes. . They, produce eggs in ' .goodly numbere, es|)ecially in winter. I Chicks that are Viaruy at all ages and dressed poultry or much marketable merit. Furthermore, its brilliant red plumage of an oven shade of red makes it valuable; beyond its market or utility value'among fanciers who j .desire a sliowy bird.-...
GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 February 1914
GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS. Tne following accounts are awaiting i payment at the Sub-Treasury '(Oourt , House), Beechworth K. Alderdice, J. Bones, United Shire ; of Beechworth, Border Breweries, ft. Bowen, A. Burke, G. B. Fletcher, J, j Fletcher, J. Hore, M. J. Kavanagli, j A. Mackintosh, it. W. MoGillicuddy, J. A. Seovell and Son, D. Skinner, ' A. Sinclair, H. Turner. During- a sermon in Boston, Car dinal O'Donnell said-"We need be neither prudes nor puritans to realise that- something is passing- in the heart and mind of the woman | of to-day which is leaving her hard and unwomanly. Year by year this transformation proceeds, untl, if it continues, there will be neither home nor family, nor any normal womanly nature left. If this is the now woman, then God spare us from any further development. I WOODING, .Working Jswellor. largest stock. Mainsprings flttsd 2/6. AH Watch Glasses 3d. j RURAL WORKERS LOG-A large ' meeting of farmers was held on Satur- , day at Juncc to devise means to pro- ...
LABOUR BRANCHES IN CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 February 1914
LABOUR BRANCHES IN CONFER ENCE. A conference of delegates from branches of . the P.L.O. in the Ovens electorate was held on Sunday in .Moore's Hall, 'Myrtteford. 'Mr Chap IK'll (president) and Mrs j; Scott (secretary) of the Ovens State Elect oral Council attended to conduct the business, and there irere present | delegates, vizronepunkah, Mr Onley (president) and Mr Solly (sec retary) ; Cliiltern, Mr Ferguson ; Beechworth, Messia Lowe and J Scott; Wandiligong, Messis Kett ; and Dunphy,Myrtteford. Mr Ryan ; ; Harrietville, Messrs Mqudonald and ! Garthwaite. Mr Ghappell and Mrs S-ott were re-appointed to their offices for the ; ensuing twelve montlis. ; . Mr Scott brought forward a sug gestion from tlie Baechworth branch to include the "eradication or noxious weeds by the State and municipal eotmciL" as a now plank in the Lau&ur platform. I Members showed that if this ques tion were not taken up immediately the spread of Sfc. John's wort, especi- , ally, would compel many peo...
CONE ENSATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 February 1914
CONE ENSATIONS. (Tlicro . is a splendid opening1 for a suitable person to open a boarding house for school boys and girls who desire to attend the. Higher Element ary or Technical Schools in Beech worth, I Mounted-constable Ford who lias been stationed at Yackandandah for the past 15 montlLS has been trans lorred to Rutherglen, vice Constable Nbonan, resigned. At Myrrhce lightning- struck a tree growing near Mr Charles Hancock's residence and,' passing into the house through the roof, set fire to the ceiling and shattered a bedstead and sewing machine. It also burnt holes , in a pillow from which Mr Han cock's grandchild had just previously been taken. During the hearing of a charge of conspiracy preferred against a man named Peters and one Barlow who induced a number of Chinese at Lchuca to send their tomatoes to them defendants solicitor asked one Flowery Land witness if his solicitor had not told him that he could now cash Peters cheque. John replied .-Peters big rogue. He should...
FORMS OF PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 February 1914
FORMS OF PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE. Speaking at the turning of a sod of ft new reservoir at Ballarat, Mr Watt, Premier of Victoria, said the more lie saw of the activities of life the more he believed that they must bo regarded as a business and less as a panic of politics. What was | wanted wa.i more administration and leas legislation. We had to develop I this vast territory, and. to do this | there mast be more work and Iks I talk. Al! who had' studied the affaire 1 of Parliament saw that the rules of procedure had boon initiated thrco or four centuries ago, when the' ' relations between the Crown and 1 fiiembere and constituents were vastly different from what they are to day. These relations were then moro or less defined and shadowy. Now Min isters of Parliament were not servants of the Crown, except in name ; they were the servants of the people. It was a simple proposition now, for nobody would attempt to overreach the .rights of the people. Very shortly, if we wished to do mo...
CHILD FEARFULLY SCALDED. When Hospital Treatment Failed Zam-Buk Completely Healed. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 February 1914
UHil/D FEAKFULLY SCALDED. .When Hospital Tr*atm»nt Failed Zam-Buk* Completely Healed. "My little boy, Willie," says Jlorrison. of 93 Wilson street, B«d Urn, Sydney, "wa= fearfully scalded throus-i a kettle of boiling water falling on top of him. I had been bathing the child near the fire- and ? had just gone out tz> empty the water . when I heard screams. I rushed in and found that he had pulled the fcettb over and fearfully Ecalded his OKi and bank. " The skin was dreadfully blistered and inflamed, and the poor child's agony was dreadful v> witness. At /the- l'rin.-e Ali're i Hospital thev lanced t'le blisters and dressed the ecalds ?aith an oil. Willie was bad fully six months, and as I didn't feel Eitisfiec with the progress he was making at the hospital I took him to a private doctor. His ointment caused the sores to break out into white blisters. "A'ter many other treatments ha^ "been tried without success I happened ' to receive a sample of Zam-Buk. Ibis proved so soothi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 February 1914
THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 6 THIRD BEECHWORTH BUILDING SOCIETY SERIES D. and E. FOR SAL£L HORSE, HARNESS and BUGGY Apply R. w. ARMITAGE, In spector of Sctioole, Pinch Street. . (TO-MORROW). ; QUEEN VICTORIA PARK Wednesday, 4th February. BIOSCOPE ENTERTAINMENT (In aid of Beechworth Howling Club) Thfi Appalling' Roman Tragedy, '* 2'he hast Days of Pompeii," Over 7000 foet of bewildering spectacles ; the final scene, showing the destruction of Pompeii, stands unequalled in the realms of pictorial presentation. Admission, Is, P. W, GARDINER, Hon. Sec. Cr. Application for & Sold ining* Lease. IT is intended to grant the under mentioned lease, subject to such excisions, modifications, and resei ra tions as may bo necessary : Beechworth District, Beechworth , Division, No. G828, H. Falconer "Cock's Pioneer Gold and Tin Min&s," 7a. lr. 20p., Ph of Bvawafha J. DRYSDALE BROWN, . ' Minister of Mines Office of Mines, Melbourne, 20/1/1-1. BEECHWORTH TECHNICAL SCHOOL SCIENCE and A...
CLOSE SEASONS, ETC., FOR GAME AND FISH & M[?]NI MUM LEGAL WEIGH"[?]T OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 February 1914
CLOriE SEASONS, ETC., Ff GAME AND FISH & MT JB MUM LEGAL WEIGH" -NI; FISH. A 0F list of and aatfts tested in Victori» under and third Bchedulee to t> 18THE WHOLE YE traiian fauna (with * snakes) in the Nat Public Gardens, e bears (see native bitr-'.roi "lack swans, black-ta parrots, broil wild pigeons, gsne jaP . tt» secft- jd i« 0mm' Act Californian chats (see birds, era iranes, ? except . traiian shrik' plov i dov AB.-Ail Aog. j» exception 0f ional P* ,rka and .caathiaf d or tits, bears), bee-eaters, cocks' toos, black iled en rock pebbler te-w'wer d and other bustard, or wild turkey, |uaD, * iterpillar-catcners, ephttH/>nura.s), coach-whip nea birds known as ,uch.-aa herons, egrets, etc., Me .native companion or Aus erar-e), cuckoos, ' cuekoo jq, -euHews (see southern stone ayetc.), deer, dove3 (Java turtle), ee (trild), egrets, (see cranes, etc.), JOB, pphthianuras or chats, fan-tails, ly^catchers, frog mouth or podargu3 Anrt mnnokea. eraucalus family (all menbers ...
STATE SCH[?] [?]LARSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 February 1914
STATE SOT = J>LAi?SHIPS. The results o . *" petltive examin '1 tho annual com" 16th Decemfce held on Tuesday, ships' erante r. W13> -f°r 016 scholar partmsnt h' ? d. 'fl- Education De able T} *ve nou* ^-en made avail listed of ie fiC^'lars^ips offered con culture, 100 "«rdinary." 40 -agri- ! 40 "ju" ^n'n? an(* veterinaryand dred ..Qior teacher course." The hun ' i '-'ordinary," of which sixtv are OD^r * * " vi to pupils of State elementary y ? i&ols, twenty to pupils of State, dis / /jet, high or higher elementary / school?, and twenty to pupils of regis . £e:ed schools, enable the. holders to ; obtain such higher education as will qualify thorn to pro et-J to any course .it the Melbourne University or to any science course at an approved tech nical school. The forty " agricul ture, mining and veterinary," of .which thirty-four may be ^warded fc pupil- of State elementary schools and six to pupils of registered schools, enable the holders to obtain such higher educatio...
CHARCOAL KILLS FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 February 1914
CHARCOAL KILLS PISH. An extraordinary, experience at tended a party of Bright fishermen who left there on Monday last for a week's fishing in the Buffalo River. Alter arriving1 at their destination, a severe thunderstorm occurred, and by Tuesday morning- more than 2in. of rain had fallen, ?1'lie bush fires which had been burn ing fiercely around the river lulls were quenched by the forco of the heavy rain which drove tlie charcoal from burnt trees intn the rivor, and shortly afterwards the charcoal ash began t» play Jvavoc with the fish in the rivor, poisoning tlioni in hundreds, and their dead carcases, large and small, could be seen floating down the river. The party found it impossible to esti mate the number of dead fish seen. After spending a week, not a single fish was secuied, whereas they were formerly plentiful at the spot. The water is jet black. 'Flits is not a new discovery but a fact well known in the Fisheries Department,
TWELVE BEST ROSES. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 February 1914
TWELVE BEST ROSES. ICeon interest has been taken in the progress of the voting to deter mine which varieties were t» con stitute "Tiic Argus" list, of twelve roses. Considerably more than '100 lisLs were received. Votes wer0given for no fewer than 210 varieties, anil select ions camo from every State of tile Commonwealth, with the excep tion of Western Australia. The fol lowing received the greatest number of votesFran Karl Druscliki, 390; Mile. Abel Chatenay, 382; White Mani.ni Oochefc, 319; Lyons Rose, .402; K. A. Victoria, 300; General Mc Artlmr, 209; Belle Seilirecht, 243 ; La France, 210; Joseph Hill, 15(3; ! Prince Gamille &lt;Ie Rrdnn. lM; Hhea Iteic!, 130; Ma men Ojchct, 121.
Beechworth v. Rutherglen. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 February 1914
Beechworth v. Ruthergleri. On the Asylum ground next Sat urday, teams representing- the Beech worth anil Itutherglen Association will moot. The team to renresent thp | Beechworth Association will be clioson i from tlio following-:-E. Youldcn, H. | Walker, Rev. Roberts, H. Nicholls. P. Allen, H. Thompson, O. Byrne, i R. Seminens, if. Lynch, D. Guihric, G. Thompson, D. Ryan, C. Bell, J. i Trcxise, W. Barnes. Play Is to com j mencc at 1 p.m. sharp.
CRICKET. Town v. Hurdle Flat Town. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 February 1914
ORICKBT. Town v. Hurdle Fiat Hewn. A. Snow, n Boil, b Sutherland... '4 Rev. Roberts, b Collins 54 E. Youlden^b Barnes ............... 32 J. Fox, c Craitr, b Bell & P. Allen, b Bell 9 \V. NiehoLLs, c Craisr, b Collins ... ? 3 - Armntage. b Collins 8 W. Marchbank, b Collins 0 P. Snow, 1> Bell ; 1 H. Davis, c' Bel], b Collins 1' G. Cook, not. out . ; 1 Sundries5 Bowlin'tr-Barnes;. 1 for 54; .Bell, 3 no . o..i r««tk of ? 5 for 9. .. Hurdle Flat;.'' ' * J. TVezise, b Youlden ;.... 0 W. Craig-, a Cook, >b A: Snow... 2 W. Banies, i;bw.,*b Youlden .... 10 C. Bell 14 M. Maloney, c. Nicholls,' b Cbok! 10 N. Sutherland, c Youlden, b Fox 7 - Crawfoitl', . c Nicholls, bSnow. 7 -. Strachan, b Ctok 0 Collins, c Cook; b F. Snow. ... 2 R. Strachan, not out-....: 3 Mathieson, b Cook" . 1 Sundries .;... 15 .5V)tal v!..;...v...u;...... 71 Bowling-Youlden, -2. for 27 ; . A. Snow, I for 9; Cbok, 3 for 7; J. Fox. 1 for 6; F. Snow, 2 for 9.