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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 January 1914
...... THE RAINFALL. | Following are the records of tb# rainfall aincs the year 1882 1884 1 85 0 16 1 80 1 84 2 60 3 89 0 67 2 22 2.13 2 23'. 3 58 1 37 1 32' 2 84 1 32 1 93 2 12 3 90 1 26 2 29 6 45 1 46 1 25 2 11 23 24' 1 28 24 31 75 44 82 186°' 0 i. 0 43 1 35 46 3.26 6 I* 2 05 7 36 * JB 1 44 4 84 1889 2 44 2 96 0 06 3 SI 8 51 7 77 ] 49 5 46 5 40 2 64 2 74: O'SO gl 40 2:42 . I 83 5 21 3 04 1 79' 6 50 1 83 2 16 1 0\ 1 99 2 05 22 » 64 0 20 3 56 ^02 3.32 6 89 12 72 6 29 2 69 0 83 1 58 1 16 32 40 ?4 45 19 6fi 0 OS 0 69 9 83 0 89 6 25 6 13 4 65 3 26 5 2* 1 71 4 90 2 87 1907 0 88 0 64 1 73 2 57 2 02 8 04 4 24 3 39 1 64 5 22 3 23 3 52 48 40 J 28 12 39 85' 36 82.' 26 81
LATEST INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. Melbourne, Thursday SQUATTER COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 January 1914
LATEST INTELLIGENCE' VICTORIA. Melbourne, Thursday SQUATTER .COMMITTED FOR HRIA.L. Dr. R H, Oole, the' Coroner, at. tho Morgue this morning onquircd into an accident which oefcurred at'Donny brook on December 20, when a motor car driven by Frederick Dudley Wil liajn' Oatley .station owner,' of Cooma, Now South. Wales, collided with Gor don Campbell Murch, 19, a wool ' clatser, who was cycling" to Talla rook, with the result that Murch sus tained injuries from which he died on the following day in the Melbourne I Hospital. The Coroner found that Murch met his death through tho negligent driv ing of a motor car by Frederick Dud ley. ViUiam. Oatley. He found Oatley guilty of manslaughter of Murch, and committed him for trial to the Supreme Court on February 2. ; Bail was allowed in one surety of ; £100, and the accused jn a like asiount.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 January 1914
Sol Green, MELBOURNE ALL COMMISSIONS EXECUTED ON GOVERNMENT LICENSED RKRCOU&SES, SuFFinourr aodbbh-^ : joI Green, MEl BOURNE. BULK HANDLING OF WHEAT. Interviewed on the subject of the bulk handling of wheat and the Go vernment's intentions respecting the report submitted by Mr Burrell, the American expert who recently visited Now Soutn Wales, the Minister for Agriculture (Mr Trefle) said the Go vernment had adopted this scheme aj part of its policy of country de velopment and decentralisation, and all the steps taken by him since that da'o had had the unanimous support and approval of the Cabinet. The country could rest assured that no tims would be lost in pushing on with a thoroughly practical scheme to es tablish at the earliest possible (late an fffective and comprehensive sys tem for the handling of svhoat in liulK, not only from a central elevator in Sydney, but also from one on the north atyi from another at Jervis Bay. AN ADELAIDE SENSATION- A dastardly outrage was p...
THE WEEK AT HOME AND ABROAD. THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 January 1914
THE WEEK AT HOME AND "ABROAD. THE WEATHES. It is » true saying ttet however baoly oil you may be you-can always find someone else worse and thU ifl forcibly exemplified in the present high temperature. We are apt to complain when the thermometer rangcs between 90 and 100 degree, but°when we hear of 130 at Bourke, New South Wales, or even Broken Hill wjth 109, and its citizens proa trated and even expiring with tho heat, we may be thankful our ex perience is less faying and wait patiently for the promised cooj change said to be approaching fro© the westward. * * * % POLITICAL. The most recent excitement in Statj politics in Victoria is, of course, the return to power of the Liberal party after a week or two's interregnum by the Labour Opposition, tho reor ganisation ot the Watt Ministry and consequent olectioqeei-jng- campaign. ; Some of the former Ministry have been left out in the cold during tho transformation, among them pur own member, Mr A. A. Billson, who na turally feels hurt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 January 1914
A = - ALWAYS KEEP PROFESSIONAL HEALTH NURSE b WRITES 1 GOOD OF , Sve Nurse M. E. Ferguson, who giy&lt;a her opinion here of the convalescence value of Clements Tonic is a profess ; j icnal nurse well known in Melbourne nursing centres and rj has her .own private hospital, "Euroa," Victoria. She - i is also very popular throughout Victorian country districts byreason or hersuccessfulnursing abilities and knowledge i\ or country nursing work. Her testimony is of special in | terest to women suffering from Anaemia, Debility, Nerve | weakness or seeking convalescence, after periods of i | motherhood pr serious wasting illness. We publish | her letter:--; j ~ 'Euros.1 Victoria, 23/1/11 J CLEMENTS TONIC LTD, j| "In my capacity as ladies nurse I have had special \. opportunities to judge of the recuperative effects of ) | " Clements Tonic " and am enabled to say it stands quite \ i unrivalled as a ' convalescent * medicine. It is a stomach ' tonic, appetiser, nerve soother, and sle...
COURT FIXTURES. BEECHWORTH DISTRICT. January to June. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 January 1914
COURT FIXTURES. BEECHWORTH DIEXKXCT. January to June. . Tuesday . Wednesday . Thursday., > Saturda*.. . Wednesday' . Tuesday ... . Friday . Saturday... . Wednesday . Thursday... . too. 1st 11 a.m..... 11 a.m..... 9.30 a.m... 11 am. .. 9.30 a.m.. 9.30 a.m.. 10 a.m 11 a.m 9 a.m...... 11 am. ... U a.m w, m; n 21 It, W it 16,' JO li 'r T 8, 22 - Makoh. 3, 17, 24, 11 25 S, 19 21, 28 33 2, 16> 6, 20 28 11 12, 26 . 9, 2? 3, 17 as 9, 23 e, 20 JVHU. ? 9,16,13, SO 17 11, IS io 11,26 20 3 4, 18 1,15, 29 ALDRIDGE KBLLEY, Police Magistrate,
LIFE-SAVERS BUSY. Twenty-five Persons in Peril. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 January 1914
LIPE-SAVERS BUSY. Ttwonty-flve Persons in Peril. At Newcastle owing to .1 peculiar formation in the beach and a strong' current running at times on Tuesday 25 bathers were carried out beyond their depths. Fortunately members of the life-saving brigade were pre sent, and in each instance a rescuo was effected. Three girls were car ried out at about .5 o'clock in the afternoon. A cry for help was heard, and, before any bathors wen* within 80 yards.of tho girls, two of them threw up th rir hands as if in despair A score or more of strong swimmers went to their aid, and be fore the life-lines could b© got out tho swimmers had reached tho dis-. tressed bathers, who were, broughi safely to the beaph, '
WANGAEATTA TROTTING CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 January 1914
WANGAEATTA TROTTING OLUB li-ACES. The summer meeting of the above named club held on Wednesday of Inst week was a failure. Only £25 were taken at the gates and the club suffered a loss of about £50. Mr W. E Flannagan's mare Phillis M won all four trotting races, A.L.M. won the Novelty pony race, Only George won the Tony Gallop five fur longs and Hex the Pony Gallop four furlongs. Phillis M is 12 years old and Ins had three foals. J1R CRAVEN'S WILL-The will of Albert William Craven. lat» of Mooi'.eo Ponds, surveyor, who for many years represented Benambra in the Legis lative Assembly, has been lodged for probate. Under the will, which is dated 21th November, 1901. Mr Oiavcn, who died on 28th November last, left £1300 realty and £2100. per sonalty to his widow. WOODING, Working Jewel! or. Largest stock. Mainsprings fitted 2/6. AH Watch Glasses 3d. Thomas Nixon, late of Benalla, sur veyor, who died oil 5th December, 1913, left by will dated 12th Novem ber, 190G, £3164 realty and £3496 ...
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. BEECHWORTH TO YACKANDANDAH [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 January 1914
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. BBEOHWORTH TO YAOKANDANDAH | On Mondays and Wedneidiji a tr»ln I leavei Beeehworth at 3,40 p.m. and reaebei. Yackandandah at S.SO. On Thunayi a twin leavei Beeohworth 10.3 *.m, aid attire* at Yickandiodih 10.42 a.m. BV8BTON TO YAOKANDANDAH AND BACK. On Thursday! only a mixed train leave Everton for Yaekandandah at 8.50 a,m reichei-Beeehworth at 9.S8 a.m., leaves Beeehworth at X0.3 a.m., reachei Yackan daadah at 10.48 and leave* at 11,40 for Beeobworth arriving at 12.61 and at 1.11. arrival at Kvattoa. TACKANDANDAH TO MBLBOOBNH On Tneidayi, Thursday!, and Saturday (only) a mixed train leave! Yackandandab it 7.0 a.m. and arrival at Beeehworth at 7.61. It leavei Beeehworth at 8.10, reacbe Wangaratta at 0.18, and oatching the ex preu at Wangaratta at 9,38 rtaobei Mel bonrne at 1.50. BK ECHWOBTH TO MELBOURNE, A train learn Beeehworth daily at S.lo a.m., leavei Everton at 8 46 ajn., Beeob worth Jnnction at 9.10 a.m. and ar rives at Wangaratta at 9.18, It o...
BUTTER EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 January 1914
BUTTER EXPORTS. During the past week 514 tons of butter, of an approximate value of £50,540, was exported from Vic toria. From July 1, 1913, to Jan uary 1, 1914, 10,252} tons of butter, valued at £1,127,748, was oxported from Victoria to the United King dom, South Africa, and Eastern and other ports. The exports for De cember, 1913, totalled 37-16.} tons, a? against- 2G08? tons oxported in Dc ccmber, 1912.
FISHING AT MOUNT BUFFALO. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 January 1914
FISHING AT MOUNT BUFFALO.. Among its many other attractions for tourists the Buffalo now provides excellent trout fishine:. the efforts of tho Fisheries and On me department, instituted in 1909, having been suc cessful in stoeking the-cold waters, of Lake Catani with rainbow trout At the end of lost season an abnormal fish was hooked. It weighed f>; lb. The departmental officers con sider this growth extraordinary for what could not have been more than a four years old fish, the high alti tude ami low temperature of. the laju' being considered. Unfortunately, these factors prevent the fish from, breeding, and, in order to maintain' a sporting supply, it is necessary to. liberate 1500 to 2000 yearlings e;>ch year, at considerable expense." This policy is to be continued, it having been demonstrated that "fry" docs not survive the journey to the' Buffalo.
Chiltern & Howlong Time Published Every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 January 1914
$IuI^rR & HoiDlong Published Every TUESI/AY apd FRIDAY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1914. JVie collapse of the strike, in New Zealand, aftor the arousing ola great deal of bitter feeling' and bringing about a considerable dislocation of trade and industry, should surely teach-those who may stili cherish faith in this crude weapon of indus tual warfare that it is practically useless in. most cases, and is largely of the character of a missile which lebo.unds from .the person, it is hurled dt, and strikes him who throws it Mayings and proverbs like "Hoist with his own petard'- and '.'Curses, like clue Kens, como home, to roost" not un naturally suggest themselves when the afiermath of the average strike forms a subject of contemplation strikes uiay be roughly divjded into' wo classes those against the employ ers in a single trade or perhaps 'f1 a s»l?le factory, etc., and those against the Government- the Jatwsr, as a rule, eventually, re solving themselves into a de claration of this ...
CONDENSATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 January 1914
CONDENSATIONS. ^Igch^rth Shiro Council meeting The Melbourne papers do not en. ronrag-e the visiting Americans to hope that thoir gnme of baseball (another name for rounders) will dis placo football or cricket in Melbourne At the city court a woman was charged with vagrancy and three con. stables ewro that thc.v had seen her about the streets on Wednesday of last week The woman then proved | to the satisfaction of the prosecuting , officer that phe T only; released from | gaol on Saturday last and asked how I jn view of that, the constables had seen her. The case is regarded one which calls loudly for a pub|^ inquiry. No doubt Mr Sainsburylviu i desire to hear more about it. ! , ^ "Hon 4- A Billson, M.LA, is verv Bore , throuuh being removed from the ; Watt Ministry. ' This is goarcelv ac j curate What hurt Mr Bill eon' ^ ! that Mr att, although apparentlv :a warm personal friend, allowed him to I;na out from the newspapers tint his aervice3 in the Ministrv were no longer required. ...
THE TENNIS ASSOCIATION. January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 January 1914
THE TENNIS ASSOCIATION. January 7. May Day v. Stanley. Alpine v. Beech-worth. : January 21. 'Alpine v. May Day. Beechworth v. Stanley. January 28. Stanley, v. May Day.' Beechworth vr. Alpine. , February 4, Stanley v, Alpine, . May Day v'. Beechwortii. February lt>. Alpine v. May Day. Bcechworth v. Stanley. February 25. May Day v. Beechworth. Stanley v. Alpine. March 4. Beechworth v. Alpine. Stanley v. May Day. ; March lb. May Day v. Alpine. . Stanley y. Beechworth. i March 25. Alpine v. BeectnvortL May Day v. Stanley. ? ? April 1. Alpino v. Stanley. Beecbworth v. May Day.
WEDDING AT WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 January 1914
WEDDING- AT WAKGAEATTA. A quiet wedding- was cnlebrat.-d at St Patrick's Church, Wangnraita, at 7 o'clock on New ' Year's morning-/ when Mr Harold Leslie Height, son of Mr and Mrs Height, of Ctwtlc maine, and Miss Alice May Rudolph, voungest daughter of Mr and Mrs C. lludnlpb, of Faithful Street, Wanga ratla (formerly of Stanley) wgre mar ried by the Very Rev. Father Byrno, P.P. Only the immediate re latives were present. The bride, given away by her father, was pret tily attired in a dainty dress of ivory Bilk with lace, insertion and pearl trimmings, with cordod true lovers' knots worked in the corners of the square train. She wore a wreath and .veil (lent by Miss Nichols); a!s> a pearl and 'ruby brooch, an I can-ied an ivory covered prayer book, the gifts of the bridegroom. Miss Eilie CJhambeyron (sister of the bride) was first bridesmaid, and Misses Jean and Muriel (sisters of the bride) were second bridesmaids. Each wore p: ett.y dresses of white embroidered voile coatees an...
MATERNITY BONUS INSPECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 9 January 1914
MATERNITY BONUS INSPECTORS. Provision was made in the last Federal ostimates for the appointment of an inspector under the Maternity Allowance Act. This course waa adopted owing to the allegation that some paymonts had been wrongfully applied for, and investigations were made in several of the states. Ap plications . were invited for the . po sition at £300 a year, but owing to the unsatisfactory nature of the re | sponses the salary has been increased to £360. It is proposed to appoint four inspectors, in order to cover the (whole 01 tho States. TJia applications received in answer to the. larger amount are now being considered. A 9-foot snark was caught off Mor-: dialloc pier on Tuesday. Thousands of people bathing In the sea at the. time, wore not disturbed at tho thought of sharks. Probably they thought there were not enough sharks to eat i them all and tans tea to be amonest I the left,