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FAREWELL TO MR CULHANE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914

FAREWELL TO MR CULHANE. On la~t Monday night a smoke social was held nt Mi' A. McKay's Star hotel, Chnstmastuwn, to give tho residents of tho district an opportunity of bid ding farewell to Mr W. Culhane. A large number of residents attended, und u very enjoyable tiino was spent. Mr Uewell made a model chairman. After the toustof "The King" theohair man said said they were met to say goodbye to an old friend. They were losing a resident with whom they hud been closely associated. They must all regret that such a man as Mr Culhane I was leaving. They felt that they could not allow such u respected citizen to go without some recognition. Wherever Ml- Culhane resided in the future he hoped he would remember that he carried with him the respect and esteem of his old friends. Tho quality that lie had admired most ill their guest was his honesty of purpose. It was true that Mr Culhano had been unfortunate; he had his troubles in plenty, but bo had (.ripped his courage with dauntless hands...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
How to Injure Your Town [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914

How to Injure Your Town Bun il down to visitors. Go to other places for your supplies. Look sorry when a stranger talks to you ol buying properly in it. iietuse tu see merit in any scbomo unless you are " big-dog" ill it. Don't invest. Show your distrust by re fusing tu iiiy out uny money in it. I>t, ymir tongue wag idly about your neighbor, without knowing tho facts. Cut thoso whom in your vanity you ihink beneath you, and split up into classed and cliques. ltefuso to advertise in your local paper, :ind to give i' }'°ur printing ordor3 to oxecuto. People sum up your town from its advertise ment sheet. Then you will offootually damn, your tov.u and diotrlot,

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914

HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN Talk about it. Write about it. Buy all you eun in it. Remember tbut by assisting tradesmen, von hflp the pluee along. Purchase and assiut your Ideal paper, and by so doing you further the bes interests . >t tin; town. Tr<»nt strangers with the utmost liourtesy mi hospitality, so that they may take away good impressions of it. Elect good, reliable men to all public positions, not because they strain themselves for popularity, but on account of their stamina and trustworthiness* Keep the money in the place. Sell nil you ?an and buy all you can at home. The men who have invested in .stores, workshops, and other business places are building up the town, and they should be encouraged. Remember that in giving the local news paper oUice the preference for your job printing orders, you are helping in the advancement of your town, as the uewspaper is thereby helped. Where the newspaper «tuff arc working day and night for the advancement of your town, the o...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR HAWKER AT ALBURY. FYLING TO-MORROW. SPECIAL TRAINS TO RUN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914

MR HAWKER AT ALBURY. rVLINti TO-MOKROW. SPECIAL TliAlXii TO liU.N". Mr Hurry Hawlter, the famous Aus tralian aviator, will give an exhibition of Hying at the Albury racecourse to morrow (Saturday) at .'! p.m. As this is the lirst flying maehine to be shown in the district it is a splendid oppor tunity for residents of the sur rounding districts to witness a flight by this gentleman who lias been so successful with his machine, hi order to give everyone on the Victorian side a chance of seeing the display a special train has been chartered from Jienalla. leaving there at .1I.25 a.m., stopping at all stations en route and will arrive at Cliiltern about 1 p.m., re turning from Albury at H.'U> p.m. on which holiday excursion fares will bo charged. During tho afternoon a special parade of cadets will tuko place. Mr Ilawkt-r has handed over tho rinl)ta for the publican's booth and refreshment booth to the committee of the Albury Hospital bunding fund free of charge. Tile-re will only b...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Federal Standard, ESTABLISHED 1859 With which are incorporated THE OVENS CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZETTE. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914

EHTAUL1SJI15I) 1850 With vrhltih nro Incorporated Thk Ovkn.s Conhtjtution and J>1 ouray Gazuttjs. PuilLlHIfKI) EVKKY KluUAY MoitNINO FK1DAY, MAUCII (>, Wink: playing in the How-lung-Mun gowannah cricket match, tit Llou-long, on Saturday, A. Ferguson, of Jiungowannah, received a painful gash in his forehead. He was 1'nlding at cover point when the ball hit by one of. the batsmen struck }]iiii. The wound bled profusely and ])r llailiin. of Clnlleni, found it necessary to insert a couple of stitches. During the month of February the amount of rain registered at C'hiltern by the Fi.ui'.iiAi, STANDARD Oilier gauge was -Hi points, making a toLal of l-l;i points for the first two months of the year. Ill February of lust year 81 points were recorded. "Mr Thomas Howes, of Chillern, was on Friday re-elected president of the Federated Mining Employees' Associa tion of Victoria. A raid was nuitlo on a number of pluccs in Melbourne, on Sunday, which were suspected lo bo sly grog shops. A n...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEECMWORTH RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914

ECMWORTH RACING CLUB. The annual meeting of tho above club wi»s hold in tho bourd room, Tauswell's hotel, on Monday, March 2. J>resisnL: Mr M. 1'. Uyun (in ihe chair), iuul Messrs D. Oaulield, T. 1'iiyni', J. Lowe, 1\ Dunn, (J. Collier, ij. Hosier, H. W. Andrews, J. Arm strong, W. Tassel I, M. 8. Ualder and U. Wnodhead (honorary secretary.) A letter was road From Stcphun CarkcoL-, requesting a referoneu in support of his candi dature for tho position of stipendiary steward for the southern districts association-On the motion of Mr Lowe, seconded by .Mr Armstrong, it was decided to comply with the rc ijlieat. The chairman said tho balauce sbct-t not, having been audited was not n proper document. He had no doubt there was a proper reason for this. ]t showed a loss on the year of i odd. It was a very bad drift. Thu secretary said some of the accounts had only orrived on Saturday and Luu late to have an audit nuule. The chairman suit! there was a loss c.f £13 on the Kister meeting u...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914

MINING MEMS. Thu manager of the Chiltern Valley reporta : - HuLtow love) to 13ft. Grouud somewhat easier. \Vntur slightly increasing from interspersed ijuartz veins. The lop level is uow in the vicinity of the eastern side of tho lead and steps will soon be taken to penetrate the wash with which uu water dilliculties are anticipated. Mr J. H. Oathro, tin) owner of the Littlo Coolgardio, situate on Doochi's hill, west of Ohiltern, completed a crushing of two tons of stone on Friday for the handsome roturn of 2'Joss or llozsperton. This ia the heat cru3hiuz that has been made at Chilterri for some considerable time. At iho Britain tin mine, Chiltern, a drive haR been put in to a distance of over 100 feet west of the shaft on the top floor. Drives have been put up and down the lead in order to cut same up preparatory to blocking. The wash from two picks of these drives lus yielded from I.1, to - tons of tin, which is considered by tho manage inent to !)u payable. A bore bus been put, u...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914

;-.Commonwealth JgfeBanfc of Hustrali'a HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY , SW« B»nk ii optn (or »l! cI.m,, o; GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alio at Sydney. Canberra. Ad-laid-, Perth, Mohan, fU:<b»n», no^hampron. To-*-nsvill©, *nd London. .OftbU remittances mads *r. and dr*f;« dra-vn on direC- For^s- bi!U ne?otUt»d snd collected. I/fUer* of -tH:; m:iel :<j atir part >j: ,k;r Bi!l« rc^.iriatetl or for^ardo'l for collection. . JUnktnj: a:r] Kvhanjje !:niiri»« ?,! *v.«»y 'l^i-'rinijin vithin th« Common* wealth, United Kingdom ami nor-^.i-1 « ufront * ...<r.iiit« oprn«vi. Inirrrit paid on fixed d«poiiti. Advances uwde afaini: ajiprp*««1 securities SAVJNGS BANK DEPARTMENT t Viotorlxtn Contrnl OIBto: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. : Brtnchet in the a\>o» e cities and 2,000 Aeoncio*. .it l'o«t Oili-en iuro i^'nout the Commonwealth. Deposits from 1 - to £300. Interest at 3*. por annum. Deposits or Withdrawals n:av be made a...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914

3L0SE SEASONS KOIt FISH. S :Blaok Fish-From 1st September to 15th December inj each year (both dates inclusive) Crayfish-Tho whole year for all less than 9 inches in length, and for Female Crayfish from the 1st Juuo to tho 30th November (both date3 inclusive in each year English l?oach-From lath September to loth November. English Trout-From tho 1st May to tho 31st August in each year (both}"datea ii'flusive) Gippaland Perch-From lBt August to the 30th November in each year (both date3 inclusive) Murray Bream, Murray Perch, Murray Cod-From tho 1st October to tho 30th November Jn each year (both dates in clusive MINIMUM WKKIinS 01' KIS1I. Macklisb, 4OZB ; Murray Cod, l^lba ; Murray Porch, 8ozs ; Porch, Cozs; Bream Bozs ; Silver Broara, 5ozs

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914

'! O LET-BLACKSMITH'S mul 1 WIJ EGLWKIGHT'S SHOP. Apply J. GEORGE, Chilleru. .Shire ol' Chiltern. H^IiN UI5HS will lm rfciMviul up till J 1 - iiDOii on TUESDAY, Murcli IO, l'.ltl, tur t.l><> uiult rtniiiuiuiiL-tl work? : - Llejviirs 1" nmtl near Outs litul^e, Biirninviirtlri. to Yiiuknutltiudnh liund, Sivuiliuutioiie to liu ai'on lit 11m Town Hall, Chiltcni. A tli'[iiwit n( livu pur cent to lie cuclodetl with the tHiiilfcid. Tim lo'.ve=t or any temler not necesmrily accepted. E. J. HICKS, Shire Secretary. Department of Public Works, Melbourne, 2nd March, ff^ENDKUS will bo p-rnvxl until Twelve i u'oloek on THURSDAY, the I'Jtb March. ItUJ. for RRfOGES on Approach Kutul HuwUm» Uvid*^- Depuiii, £1*). Se curity. .*i uor cent. Particulars unci Condition-' tuny be lenrni at Public Works Ofliee anil at the Police Stations, Ruther^len, Wan^arnt<a anil Wo donga. The lowest or any tenthr not neces tarily accepted. F. HAUEL'J'hORN, Commissioner of Pubhe Worka. XOVTfK...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OPEN AIR CONCERT AT BARNAWARTHA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914

OPEN AIR CONCERT AT i BARNAWARTHA. On Wednesday evening 1h.mI an open nit o<>m;rrt WHS hold on th» Uaruawartba r« creation reserve and proved to bo a grout duccesg. Cr A. JJ. U:irlo'v, J.P., presided, and, in starting proceeding, :;aid that bo wau pieHsud indml nt the hum>r of presiding uvur such a linu assemblage of people. This Open Air Concert, wad an innovutiun as far ad Bar nawartba wad concerned anil was quito in keeping with a custom which was becoming very popular right throughout tho Com* niunwealtb, that was of taking advantage to tho fullest extent of tho fresh air. No mutter where u poison wont, whether it wih to the oitios or in tho country, ho could seo evidence of people having practically aban doned their lined and coiled dormitories and living out iu tho opon. When tho bonetits of Jiving out m tho opon were fully realised ho ventured to say thai it would solvo tho problem'of tho declining marringe rate, becaude, up to the present at ail oventa, if a...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. Flanagan, Newman and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914

COMMbWCIAL. Flanagan, Newman and Co. l'hviHitfun, N'uwiiinii iiml Co. roport having; JjciiJ Ihoir urfunl mIu'Cji nod cuttle market at tin* jardti, Wanyaratta, last Thursday, ay fol lowj : - Fat sheep -Wo bad a ^ood penning which included some t^oud quality nhcep ; the lone of the market all through was much improved, and in some ciiafii our ualc showed an ad vance of Zj p"r bead on late i.itus ; thcru wni» a Rood attendance of local and outside buyers, who mado a brisk Bale. Top l'ricu was obtained in our yards for a pen of wethers i;-)ld for Mr J. K. Connor. f'wdorado, made 1 tf/7 ; prime ewed made 1^/8, purchased by Mr las Moloney ; best hinbs :;o!d for Mr Win, Curtis, Wangandury, lo/o. purchased by Mr flahne ; other wether.-?, 17/0 ; mixed ewes and wethers, M/<? to 11»/7 ; merino wi ther?, 10/7; prime lambs n/c Mr T. Skeban, Miiawa, lop, bought by Messrs Weston liros. Store Sheep -A bij» yarding of store sheep of varied quality, mostly inferior, but the dale was ^ood a...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SMALL CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914

SMALL CHANGE. Moat of the world's supply of fur comps from the Russian Empire. The hunters of Russia and {Siberia annually capture 3,000,000 ermine?, 10,000,000, marmot", and 25,000,000 squirrels. Ti)P most curious use io which piipor is to be put is that suggested by the patenting of a blotting paper towel, a new style of bath towel, C-idbU "df~n full auit of heavy b/ot . tins* paper. A person, upon stepping out of his uiorniu# tu!», Juts onJy to array himself in one of iheae fcuits nnci in a second he will lie dry. After evidence hud been given in a workman's compensation case at Ashby (Leicestershire) County Court it was announced that an agreement h&d been arrived at of liability for a penny a week. Judgment was entered accor dingly. The Bushmen, or low-grade Hot ten lot.-, on the plains of South Africa have a language which has been proved by au authority to be a close approstima tion to that of the higher apes. It consists of hissing, clicking and gruut ing sounds. The...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHILTERN VALLEY CO. UNDERWRITING OF NEW ISSUE APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914

CHILTERN VALLEY CO. UNDERWRITING OK NEW ISSUE APPROVED. 1'ho half yearly tueelin:; of dm Chiltern Valley G At.Co. was held .it. Melbourne, 011 Saturday, Mr H A'. Kothwell presiding. In moving the adop'ion of the rpports and balance-sheet, I ho chair man stated that the bottom level was now in !3fr, and the grouud was gradually bncomiiis; easier, while the water was iiierer.sing slifihtiy. Th upper level was out , mid a croasdrive from the iimin drive was now out the required distance. Tlu: bores, it was expected, would touch the wash almost immediately, as they were now immediately underneath it, BDd before next half year he thought satisfactory returns could be looked for. Theie was more than a mile of lead to take out, which .should be some SOOft or more wide, and should be enriched by s tributary which proved very proliuble to a paity who worked it some _U years ano. No water difficulties were anticipated, as the main 'lend there bad been drained for many years. From the present ...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THUMBS UP. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914

THUMBS Sniuly was beiidlo of a curtain parish church. Ilr wiia ahvuys knoATi for his punctuality, but for once he failed in his duties. The bells which be usually rung oil the Sunday morning did not toll, and other lictle duties which he had always dono wero lefi undone, so when Sandy turned up lute tio found his minister in u very bud mood. Weil, Sandy, what excuse havu you to oiler for being so lato this morn iuj>! Weel, uieeuister, I was dreuuiin' tbib morninp. Dreaming, Sandy, is no uxcuso for bein^ late. liul, uieeoister, 1 was dreaniin' I wis in Heaven. Minister (becoming interested): Aori whom did you meet there, Sandy 1 I iijot au awfu' bonnie bit lassie. Miuiuter (sarcastically) ; You aliould have married her. Man, due yo ken, we made up our minds tae L'et married, and we travel led frao wan end o' thu place tae th* ither end, but devil a lueenistor could we. see ill the hale place. Thu inspector turned sternly to the SUIMII hoy and said, Who wruto Ham let? The .youngste...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHAT WOMEN EARN. AVERFAGE OF 19s 8d A WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914

WHAT WOMEN EARN. AVKU.UII: UR 10S 6D A WHKK. Numn liule while ago Mr (J. II. Kiiiljbj, I'Ydrml S.iUiiitiuian, puhlinltid in a bulletin, lii;ui'('s appertaining to the ilirti ril.ution of wages for limit's i nif.l'iyi-d in (.lie Commonwealth niatiu f ictui iiiii industries lie bus now published ii supplement of correspond in;; figures in relation to fetnalo em ployment 1 The, totul number of ti males en in tin? manufacturing industries throughout thei Uoiuiiionwottltli during IDII) was {si, ISO. The average wage paid in tin: industry in connection with the manufacture of food and drink is 2.0a 7d a week, in the clothing and textile fabric industry 10a Oil, books, papers, printing, etc, 17s (id. Other industries 'JOs. The average for all classes is l'.tj Sd per week. This average is made up somewhat disproportionately, as the miss ti t,000, earn less than oOs a week, while at the other end of the scale only 01! receive between £o 10s and £'A l."»s a week, n mere 13 received up to £i, ...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 6 March 1914

Bereavement Card. MR and MRS F. E. PEAKE and family of Valley View desire to thank their many friends for kind expressions of sym-     pathy, letters, floral tributes, etc , received during their recent sad bereavement.

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOWLONG ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914

HOWLU.VO ASHOCUIION. One of tbo semi-tnml encket matches in Ihc Uowlong district association was played at Buo^owHiinab on Saturday, between How lung and Gooramudda, and resulted in an vn^y win for the former who were till out for 120. L. DuMuiiiiul iJH and Stun Boyle 30 wero tbo must successful batsmen fur How lung, and G. Nation +0 and J. Lesubery 11 for Gocramaddu, who were disuorfed of for 00. The other semifinal was played at Howlon^ between Brockteaby and Balldalo and at the call of tlmo Baildalc were out foe 170 rune and Drocklosby had nought for 2. J. Chamboilain 67 was lop scorer for Halldalu. Tho match will bo finished next Saturday and the winners Trill have to play Qovvlotig off for the premier: hip on the following Saturday at Howlong.

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COROWA B V CHRISTMASTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914

COUOWA 11 V CHHISTMA8T0WN. Tho above teams met at Chriatmaatown on Saturday last, and tho gamo rcdultod io a win for tho viaitora. Scores: Cbrietmaetown. Martin, b Thomas .. .,34 Johns, b Kichardson .. 0 Milne, b Buggy .. .. .. 3 Burrass, b Buggy .. .. 8 l'enbale, o Bayliss, b ltichardaon .. 1 A- OatH. b KichardBon ,, .. 0 Frader, o McCatlum, b Buggy .. .. 1 VV. Oats, b Buggy .. .. .. 1 B. 0.\{3, c Jackson, b Itiabardson ... 2 It. Oatii b Thomas .. .. ..12 Bowell, not out .. .. .. 8 Sundries, .. 1 Total, ., ., .. 61 Corowft B. Kichardeon, c B. Oats, b Martiu .. 2f> Clurbo, b B. Outs .. .. .. 7 Buggy, b Pcnhalo .. .. .. 28, Hcrrin, b Penhalo .. .. .. i Thomas, e and b Ponhals .. .. -1 Juekbon, not out .. .. 0 Sundriea, .. .. .. 3 Total for 5 wickets, .. 7*2 Tho Corona A and Ml. Ophir teams playtd a drawn rhuio at Corowa on Saturday. On tho bamo day Uutborgten defeated Spring burst ou tho former's ground.

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DARNAWARTH V CHILTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914

rURNAWABTUA V CHILTKUN. The match at Barnawartba on Saturday botweeu tho above teama caused much wxcitemeut, and eventually ended in a draw. During the aftornoou play wad stopped for about twenty minutes owing to a thunder storm. With four minutes to go Barney wanted eleven runs to win but thera was a dispute over tho timo and the Chilterniterf were called off the ground and refused to y° back. This caused troublo and tho locals threaten to proiest. Tho ecoroB wore as under : - Chiltcrn. P. O'Neill, o and b G. Baxter .. .. 3 C. D. Martin, c llyan, b Francia ? . 37 T. Cross, b Francia .. .. .. lti V. Lafranchi, c Q. Baxter, b Bulliran .. 8 F. J. Hatfield, b DiokBon .. .,20 A. Walstab, st Ryan, b Sullivan .. - F. Cross, o E. J. Baxter, b Dickson .. 3 E. Birthisol, c O'Callaghan, b G.Baxter., 0 J. Martin, b Dickson.. .. .. 0 E. Martin, b Dickson .. .. 1 0. Smith, not out .. .. .. 0 Sundries, .. ., 8 Total, .. .. .. 101 Bowling analysis.-G. Baxter, 66 balls, '2 maidens, 22 runs, 2 wioke...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
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