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TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914
TO ALL THK AUSTRALIAN STATES. Letters-For every z or nndor 0 1 Post Cards-Stumped on Cards... 0 1 Letter Cards to Now South Wales, South Australia, Tasmania, Queensland, West Australia, Now Zealand and^Fiji 0 1 Post Curds, ltoply Post Cards, Packets, Books, Newspapers, Kegistration Fee, 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 C llatea to the United Kingdom and Fo roign Countries. Letters-For every ^oz or under 0 1 Post Cards-each ... ... 0 1 Keply Post Cards-each ... 0 2 Nowapapera--4oz^ Id, each ad ditional 2oz ... ... 0 OJ Commercial Papers-2oz 3d, 4oz 3Ad, (ioz 4d, Box 4Ad, lOoz 5d, then every 2oz to olb3 ..0 1 Printed Papers, other than nowh papers, for every 2oz or under up to olb ... ... ... 0 1 Patterns and samples-For overy 2oz or under up to 12oz ... 0 1 Registration Fee ... ... 0 3 Acknowledgment of delivery of a registered article ... ... 0 2jj Parcels Post, wholly ...
TELEGRAPH RATES RATES FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA, [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914
TELEGRAPH RATES KATES KOUJ'LACBH IN YICTOKU, Lettera-Half oanco or under ... 0 ,, For every ounco ... 0 Urgent Lottera-For oach Lottor in addition to ordinary p'oatugo 0 Lato feo ... ... .. 0 Packeta-Commorcial and printocl papera, maximum weight 51ba, dimensions not to oxcoed 2ft in length, 1ft in depth or width, for ovory 2oz, or fraction theroof ... ... ... 0 I \ ttorna and Bamplos, packeta of merchandise, etc., maximum weight lib ; dimonaion not to exceed 2ft in length, one foot in depth or width ; rate of post ago for every 2oz or fraction thereof ... ... ... 0 booka-For every 4or, or under up to 51bo ... ... ... 0 NVwspnpers--For enrli newspaper 9 publications not published in the Commonwealth, 2uz ... 0 Post Cards-each ... ... 0' Koply Post Cards-oach ... 0 Lotter Cards-2 for ... w 0 Registration feo ... ... 0 Parcel lib or under ... ... 0 Parcol, each extra lb or under °... 0
CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. THE DKAW [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914
CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. THE DKAW The following is the draw for the second round, matches to be played oi> the ground of the (irst named club - March 14. , Xiuastown v. MliOphir ; Spriilghurat v Barnawurtha Ruiherglen v Corowa B* \ Chiltern v Lake Corowa A, a bye March 21. CltilterD v Corowa A Lake v. Baronwurtha Mt Ophir v Ku'linrglen r .~pringhurst v Xmnstown Corowa B, a bye' The brnin of an ant is larger in proportion to its size than that of an* known erpature
COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. VISIT TO CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914
COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. VISIT TO CniLTSR On Friday morning last Measr3 Caldtir (chairman) and Frickc, mcm liuis of the Country Koads Board, visited Chilturn, and weru met at the (own licit 1 by President Black, Crs Iveltf r iin'l Braun and the shire sec retar y (Mr K. J. Hicks) Tho chairman of the board stated that it was their intention to run through to Wodonga and thence to Yaekaridandah, and afterwards pro ceed through the Northern part of tho Chilternshire as they wanted to see as many roads us possible. Tho president (Cr Black) pointed out that if tlie membors of tho board look the shire engineer wi:h theui through tho shire he would give them valuable information. Cr Keller-Cr Bat low would also bo of great assistance to the board as he knows the shire well. Mr Calder-I notice on your plan I that you have not mentioned Conness street as a main road. The president-That is not Mr Hicks' fault us that plan was drawn I out before he took office. Mr Calder-The main Sydney road will b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914
AGED LADY DERIVED GREAT BENEFIT FROM O'MSTOOK.S NERVE AND BONE .LINIMENT FOR ItUEDM 4TIsM The powerful, penetrating qualities of Comstock's Nerve and Bono Liumieiit acting through the skin oil tile delicate, nerves and tnusciea was nevor more lore ibly illustrated thm in a letter from a lady describing the groat benetit he aged mother had received from its use for Rheumatic Puius. Mies A. Mantle, of Eastern Terrace, Queenstown, Otago, N 7J. . writoa : "I hnva pleasure in staling thai my mother (Mra Mantle) Ilia received great benefit from your very valuabli Liniment for Rheumatism, after trying many others and receiving uioro pain than benetit in the last 40 year*. It id the only one that has really done all) good, and Bhe is now tolling it to every utie she meets. My mother has suffered much (or many years, being now 7-1 year* of age, and is io butter health than I have seen Iter for years, for which I have to give yon many thanks, and hope to see Uorostock'a Nerve and Bone'Linimen...
DEATH OF REV. FATHER SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914
DEATH OP REV. FATHER SMITH. When tho news wan circulated at iioou ou Saturday that tliu Rev. Father Michael -Smith, pari-di priest of Chiltern, had expired it unused &lt;|uiin iv gloom aver ill - wliulu district. Tlio reverend gentleman had not enjoyed tho best of health for some time, but up till the Tuesday ho was about in tho best of spirits. On Wednesday lie took to his bed and his condition gradually became worse, and, as ahovo stated, he breathed his4liist on Satur day, the causo of death being acute gastritis. The deceased had been in charge, of tho Ohiltern parish for about four year?, and during that time he made a host of friends. H-f was popu lar and respected bv not only the adherents of his own church, hut the members of all the various deno minations had a gocd word for him. In sporting circles ho was always to tho fore, und took a keen interest, in all district meetings. Iio was a mem ber of the Chiltern Racing Club, also tlm liarnawartha Turf Club, and for th...
SNAKE EXPERT KILLED BY COBRA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914
SNAKE EXPERT KILLED BY COBRA. " Professor" Fox, the well-known Australian snake expert, who recently went to India for the purpose of demonstrating the eliicacy of his anti >lole for snakebite, is dead. Accord ing to a cable message, (he expert from La Perouse (Sydney) was experiment ing .with hisi specific against a reptile in the Zoological Gardens at Calcu' U when he was accidentally.bitten by a large and deadly snake. Despite very and spi.edy means that were uliipttiii to relieve his ugony, the " Professor" did not rally, but rapidly succumbed to the death dealing venom of the reptile. Fox wis one of our best known snake identities. His headquarters were at La Perouse where he frequently gave exhibitions A day or two before " Professor" Pox left* Sydney for India, he called at the " Sunday Times" ollico and told a re porter of his intention to lacklu one ol India's most deadly reptdes-thecobra .' There is not a snake 011 earth that [ am afraid of," ho remarked. I ha* e heard ...
OVENS VALLEY DREDOING. MINISTER MAKES INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914
| OVENS VALLEY DREDCJING. I . MINlSTIiH MAKES IXSl'KCTIO.V. !l'ln: Minister for Mines (Mr Drys dale Brown), accompanied by Mr A. A. l-iiilson, iM L.A., and Mr Campbell (ii :pector of dredginu), arrived at Bright on .Sunday. On Monday the Minister spent in inspecting the dredges between IJright mid Jlarriet. villi", and was enabled to seis for him self ilii.' condition of the land which in being operated upon by tile companies, consisting of old (.-tiling heaps, the re in iins ot the work of minora of 40 or 50 years ago. JSefore t»iviiitj an ex pression of opinion on the merit of the industry, Mr Brown said that he oon s-idi red it his duty to first report the lesult of his visit to the Cabinet. Mr Brown referred to the condition of the Ovens River at various points between YVungaratta and Everton, where no dredging was in operation, and said that treed were allowed to remain in the river arid cause erosion. He coris-idered that the clearing of the river should be undertaken by the S...
MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914
MINirsa MEMS. At the Lady llose mine, (Jhiltem, the eastern crosscut litis heen extended lo 72 feet aud tho face is now in hard saudstone and quariz leaders. A crushinn of 20 tons was cleaned up at the Government battery, on Wednes day, for a yield of llozs (idwls. 17ozs of qold were tilao taken oil the plates, and there wero about lewt ol concuu testes Tenders are wantod by the Ohiltcrn Valley for the supply of laths, Bauiu beinij returnable on Wednesday next,' Tho yield of Victorian cold for February was 45,3.0801: cross, or ?ll,818oz line, valued at £177,700. Compared with the yield for February of last year, an increase of 3910oz has occurred. The yield for the last two months was 70,488oz gross, or G4.98S oz fine, valued tit £276,053. This shows an increase of l!)83oz line, com pared with the quantity won during the corresponding period of Inst year,
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914
WEDDINGS. JiAXTKIi- TTItnr.lJi. A (juiut but it pretty wedding was cele brated nt tin: Auburn Presbyterian. Church on the -lib of February, Kilt, by the Bev ,1. E. Patterson, the contracting parties beiny Sara, sixth daughter of .Mrs JO. A. Tyrrell of Hose Farm, Harna wartha, In .Lindsay A. JtuxUir, youngest I son uf Mrs .John Haxter uf Wakefield, Barnawartha. The bride, who was given away by her uncle (.Mr John Tyrrell), looked charming in a grey chiffon taffeta silk dress and wore the customary wreath and v eil, and was attended by her sister, Miss Henrietta Tyrrell, who wore a white embroidered muslin re lieved with orange, and looked becoming. The happy couple were the recipients of a numerous and costly lot of presents. rnr.r.si.KY-iuxTKK. A wedding Look plane at SI. PanIV Ohineh of Kn^land, Chiltern, on Wed nesday morning lust, the Kuv. F. Grist officiating, when Klorrie, third daughter uf .Mr .lames Baxter. farmer, of Dry Creek, was married to Alfred, third son ofMr.laeob (,'...
CHILTERN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, March 10. (Before Messrs Black & Browse, Js.P.) OUTSTANDING RATES.. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914
CHILTERN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, March 10. (Utiforu Messrs lilucl; it Lirowsi-, Js.I'.) OUTSTANDING UATKS. President and Councillors of the Shire of Ohiltern v Mary .Soui-Claim £1 lis, rates m.il interest. No up pe;ir&lt;inee of defendant. Order for imouiit, with 10s Gd costs. Same v Daniel Uouueil-Claim 17s, rales and.interest, Order for amount, wi1.1j 10* Gd costs. Mr Whitehead iippoared for com plainants in the above eases. Tltl'ANt.'V. William Harmon William", an inspector &lt;>f the Kduciition depart ment v Patrick Kyan-Failin!; to send hi- child io school the dumber of days reijuin-d by the Ldiicati.in Act. No ?ippearance of defemlai;t. Fined &.?&lt;, in defauli six hours' imprisonment. Same v Alfred Lambert-Similar cli'i'iji!. Seeuiid olI"nce Fined 7s Gd, m default lL' hours' imprisonment. Sime v Andrew Aitken-Similar olVei.ee. Three charges. Fined 5is on eieli charge, in default six hours' imprisonment. VACCINATION'. &lt;!eurge ]'&am...
SCHOOL COMMITTEES. BAKKAWAKTHA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914
SCHOOL COMMITTEES. BAKKAWAKTHA. Gren.fi interest win taken iu the triennial election of the liarnawarth.i School com mittee on Monday evening. 12 noiuimi tions were received and t!ie followiug Indies and gentlemen were duly clectcd : -A; B. linvlow 12 votes, Mrs T. Bolton 10, Mr .1. DitTev 10, Mr F. lloga.sh 10, 'Mr 11. I>. Anderson 9, Mrs W. Clayton Mr Jas Scott fl. A meeting was then held to elect office-bearers for the en siling three years. Mr liogash moved that Mr .Tolm Dilley he elected chairman. He thought that the honours should go round and in Mr DitTey they would have a capable chairman. Mrs W. Clayton secon ded. Mr Anderson moved, and Mr J. Seott seconded, that Mr Uogash lie re elected. Mr Dilley was elected. Mr Anderson moved that Mr A. IJ. Har low be re-elected correspondent. Mr Uogash, in seconding the motion, said that it would he impossible to get a moro efficient and painstaking corres pondent.-Carried. Mr Harlow moved, anil Mrs Clayton seconded, that Mr Difiey l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914
© ® Bra Decision TO HEO STI To Bedrock Prices in order to make room for the Autumn Goods, I ! Ana now every lot in the way of | Fashionable Goods has been | reduced in order to ensure | a ready sale. X To (jnote prices i.s often misleading. i | Call and See Our Rem : nant Table t Where all articles are marked at ? prices which must appeal to t the thrifty housewife. iGK MOST BE REOUSI IT. BRAMK ' "Draper «& General 9 Outfitter, C0MMES8 STREET, CHILTERM. ? ? ? ? ? . General Storekeeper, main STRI-kt. ciiii/rKRN. Wishes to intimate that All Seasonable Requirements are now obtainable. . General Groceries Puddings Cakes Preserved Fruits Jellies Jams Pickles Currants Prunes Dates, &c. Tinned Goods, from English Roast Bee! to Australian Corn Beef. 'Hums, &c. Fish, tinned and dried.. . Pastes, bloater or otherwise. Crockery. & Glassware!of all 'varieties,'from the Choicest China Tea Sets to the ordinary Delft Plate. PRODUCE OE ALL KINDS. Chocolates and Confe...
CL0SE SEASONS FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914
3L0SE SEASONS FOI; FISH. ( -Ulaok Fish-From 1st Septembor to loth December inj each year (both date* inclusive) Oraytish-Tho whulo your for all Wbb than 9 inches in length, and for Feinalo Cray6sh from the 1st Jufo to tho 30lh November (both dates inclusive iu each year English Roach-From loth September to 15th November. English Trout-From the 1st May to tho olst Auyust in each year (bothj;date» tiii lusive) Gippsland Perch-From let Aticust to tho ."Oth November in each year (both dates inclusive) Murray Bream, Murray i'erch, Murray Cod-From tho 1st Octotor to the uOth November _in each ypar (both dates ia olusivo MINIMUM WKHill'l'S 01-' FISH, BSackliah, 4o/.a; Murray Cod, 1 Alba ; Murray Perch, 8oza ; Porch, Ouza ; Bream uozs ; Silver Bream, Ooza
THE GAZETTE. Anulication for leages approved. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914
THE GAZETTE. Anulicatioii fnr Iwsot approved. (.1 A. Ivplluj-, Uliiltern, lOUa Ur lGp, Eldnrddi). |) W. Koolli, CiiiHern, lOO.i 2r 2Sp, Eldorado. .1. 11. Armstrong, Ghiltprn) 198a 2r 33p, iil(lupi(|o. U. Griy, Oliiltern, Iy9i 2r 35p, Eldorado
The Federal Standard. ESTABLISHED 18059 With which are Incorporated THE OVENS CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZETTE, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FRIDAY, MAKCH 13, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914
JJdqal Jjfanitei ESTABLISHED 180!) With which aro Incorporated TUB OVENB CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZETTE, PUBMSUKD EVERY FRIDAY MOKNINO FRIDAY, MAKCH 13, 1911. The ceremony of opening the re modelled state school at Harniuvartha will take place on Tuesday next, March UoM)/ArAr'lJi'|li'«on lu'ni Lucille, Ms.l.-A-. and Cr Hlaelt (president of the Chiltern shire) will be in attendance, and deliver addresses. 'J'ho eommittee of the school and parents are combining t0 "ulke tll,; fathering a succoss, and the visitors will afterwards be entertained at the town hull. "For illegally wasting wale* a touple o( Rutherglen householders were before the Uutherglen police court, on .Monday, and j in each case a line of -20s, with l(is lOd costs, was mposeJ. Tiie ''Australian Journal" for March is to hand, and as usual contains a huge quantity of interesting reading matter. The serials are continued and the short stories, etc, are well up to the average standard ol excellence. The death occurred at...
HAWKER'S HEIGHT RECORD, SMASHES BIPLANE. "PURE CARELESSNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914
HAWKER'S HEIGHT RECORD, SMASHES UIPLANK. l'UUE CAUELESSXESS. Six thousand people witnessed Hawker's aerial (liylns at Albury rxcecourse oil Saturday afternoon. Hawker gave a magnificent trial flight, of ten minutes' duration, reaching an altitude of '2000ft. Thirty live minutes later Hawker again took the air. He made a magnificent ascent, climbing upwards in steep grades until lie disappeared for several seconds from the specta tor's view. Hti reached in liis (light au altitude of (,800ft, constituting an Australian record. When he re ap peared in view he executed a thrilling series of manuiuvres, volplaning several thousand feet. At a heig lit of about -100ft. he tlew in the direction of the gruidstunU, and with the intention of landing, turned the machine and described a circle. It was then ap parent that the airman was expeiieuc ing trouble with his engine. It even tually stopped at the height of about. .'iOOft. Hawker made a darini: dive jn hopes of the engine resuming work He ...
COMMERCIAL. Flanagan, Newman and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914
UJA1/V1BRC1AL. Flanagan, Newman and Co. I Mcura Flanagan, Nuwiuan and Co. find | j Adamson, Strnttlu and Ca. ropnrt having held a hpeoial naJo of horsi-g at tho market yardu, Wangaratt i, on Friday, when a yard ing of about 200 horses earno forward. ; Owing to tho «lackucK3 of tho horso market , generally, there was not the usual attend ance of metropolitan buyerd, and in sym pathy with other sales tho demand was without animation. Nevertheless, vendors, in many cases, came prepared to meet the market, with tho result that* a good number of horses wi-re sold. S. Younkman and Co. Messrs S. Younkman and Co. offered for sale at Cbiltern on Wedneslay the properties of Mn? Burke. The Hotel do Paris wine busi ness was put up as a tfoint; eoneern and at £270 was passed in. For 21 acres of land, known us llnri^ers', iM/lU/ per aere was refused, and 11 acres known as Parlitt's, way passed in at £1/1 ">j.
NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914
NKW INSOLVENT. Dominic CoineMKoli, labourer, Sprinpburet Gauged of iubulvrticy-Los*; o( wngt'b ibrou^h insolvency of employer, Holiness of wife ami J»*lf, inability to lake employment through AifeV ; f.n'uro of erupts u»&lt;! pressure of creditor.-. L ul-ilities', £^0 lis lid ; aasetb, nil. Filed at WuoK.trtutu.
HOWLONG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 13 March 1914
[ HOWLONCi RACES, i . - After allo-wing one annual meeting tr> luji.se the How-long racing club came up smiling n^ain this year, nncl on Y\ ednesday l:ist hflfl their races. The 'went her was very hot. but not witlit-taiidin;,r a record attendance assembled ui. the trystinir place, visi .(.ors .from all parts of the surrounding district being present. One of the Southern District Racing Association stipendiary stewards (Mr N. Devlin) was present, but as the racing' was clean, and as there was only one com plaint to investigate, his duties were light. The fields in most of the events were fairly good, and the starter (.Mr Benson) got them away well. 'Mr J. A. H. Wyse, president of the club, was a busy man and at tended to the comfort of patrons. The energetic secretary (Mr Will l'\ Leahy) carried out his duties to per fection, and had everything arranged properly, with the result that 110 hitch occurred to mar the day's plea sure. The booth was in charge of Mr MclJarry, and a roar...