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THE TENNIS ASSOCIATION. January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 February 1914
?imE TENNIS ASSOCIATION. January 21. lAlpino v. May Day. IJecchworUi v. Stanley. January 28. . Stanley , v. May Day. Eecchworth v. Alpine. Februcry 4. St-anloy v. Alpine. May Day v. BccchworUi. February 18. 'AJpirio v. May Day. JJcechwortli v. Stanley. February 25. May' Day v. Ikechworth. Stanley v. AJpine. Mprcli i. Bocchworth v. Alpine. Stanley v. May Day. March lb. May Day v. Alpiuo. Stanley y. lieecliworth. March 25. Alpine v. Bccchworth. Jlay Day v. Stanley. April 1. AJping y. Stanley. J3eoclnvorUt v, May Day.
"LAST DAYS OF [?]" [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 February 1914
"LAST DATS OF I'O.UPE!!." A £27 "gate" rewardc! th ; Beecli wortU Bowling Club for the enter prise shown in securing for exhibi tion in Beechworth the 'gr«at pic ture film depicting the last days of ; Pompeii. The night was perfect for ? an outdoor picture show' and the ' portrayal of the life and pass'.ons of . the Roman people immediately prior to the destruction of Pompeii was greatly admired and it is safe to say i that many in the crowd or sightseers would have eagerly seized the op portunity, had one presented, to , secure and frame several of the beautiful scenes projected on the j screen by Mr Puslerla, who operated tlie machine. It was a picture that will not soon be forgotten. !
ACCIDENTS & [?]GEN CLES HAT TO DO TILL, THE DOCTOR COMES. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 February 1914
iCCrDENTS & S ilSBGSH GIBS HAT TO DO TILL, TUB DOCTOR GOMES. The following useful hints-the ad option of which in country places may be the mean3 of saving human life-hare been issued by the author ; Ixy of the Australian Health Society : | There should be in every home a plir-e known to every member of | the household (bat out of the way [?of the children) where are kept teady for immediate u.=e the follow Ing articles -which can be obtained from' a chemist:-A pair of scissors, three or four large needl^-s (threaded) a few prepared bandase^, tome lint, adhesive pla-st^r, oil silk, cotton wool for padding1, olive oil, and a bottle of Rjracic or Carbolic acid solution. [You are recommende-i, also, to obtain, if possible, practical instne tion from a S:. John Ambulance As sociation ctotf. Every family should have at lean one certificated mem ber of the Association.] ' BRUISES AND SPRAINS. 1/ a bruise can be treated at ome, apply cold vra-,er, arid keep the part at perfect rest...
CRICKET. Beechworth v. Mount Ophir. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 February 1914
OKICKET Beechworth v Mount Opliir. I Next Saturday tho Mt Ophir are Pa-VinS a visit to tho town to try conclusions with a t-am representing th> Beecfiworth associa g0"-, J'le tpam to represent the v-' >j J? wil' chosen from E w°U(ve?' "H- JV;l!^er' Jkv. Roberts; H Xicholls, P Alien, H. Thompson. m W 2r;5LU'--y' J1- Sommens. I M. Lj nch, D. Guthne, G. Thompson, : » "van, 0. BelJ, J. Trezisc, W I Barnes. ] lay will commence at i p.m. sharp the match taking- place on the Asylum ground
MOTORS FOR CREAM CARTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 February 1914
MOTORS FOR CREAM CARTAGE. The greatest' problem confronting butter factory directors at present is bound up in the matter of cheaply and quickly collecting and delivering cream to the factories. In the Wes tern District, where the wealthy pas toralists -were clever enough to have splendid roads made, motor care or motor waggons are employed in this work and have given great satisfac tion and are reported to have effected a great saving. The matter of pur chasing a motor car at £700 to col-, lect cream was discussed at the lialf yearly" meeting of the Ovens and Murray Dairy Company at Spring hurst last week but the feeling of the meeting, which had few facts before it, apparently, was tliat it would not pay in that district. There is no room for doubt that motor ears are in a few yeais to supersede horse draw vehicles of every description tuts Main Roads Board came into existence with the object of bring ing all the main rodas in Victoria up to the requirements of motor ear traffic. ...
THE LABOUR PARTY AND PRISON LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 February 1914
THE LABOUR PARTY AND PRISON LABOUR. iWhen two Beechworth councillors who are also prominent members of the local Labour Party approached tho Hon. A. A. Billson on Monday night last with a request that he ask the Chief Secretary to fill tho ?Beechwortli gaol with prisoners from other gaols and employ these pris-. oners in the making' of tourist roads and tiie improvement of one or twj big water channels which the local Council cannot attempt for lack of funds we assumed that they were acting in accordance with Labour views as well as their own in regard to the employment of prison labour. We have since been advisee*! that the Labour Party is not in sympathy (with the employment of prisoners in this way. Prisoners now lead gentlemen's lives. They are Well fed and cared for and are certainly not overworked, and to a great ex I tent are the drones of society for whose maintenance Labourites and Liberals are taxed. In New Zea land they are employed in re afforestation work of great value...
LEAVING BEECHWORTH [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 February 1914
LEAVING BEECH WORTH Ifr Robert Dunn, Tvho has been bandmaster at Beeehworth for about two years, has secured an appoint ment at Cootamundra and will bo leaving Beechworth in about afort night. Uuder Mr Dunn's tuition tie Becchwo t'l Town Band ma 'e excel lent progress - and always attracted a crowd of listeners when playing out On Wednesday night last at a picture show in Queen Victoria ' Park a selection by th» band was hea.tily i^>pI;audo.l by tjiie b.'g crowd present^ ; . _ - I
BEECHWORTH POLICE COURT. Tuesday, February 3. (Before Mr A. A. Kelley, P.M.) CUTTING TIMBER WITHOUT A PERMIT. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 February 1914
BEECHWORTH POLICE COURT. Tuesday, February 3. (Before Mr A. A. Kelley, P.M.) CUTIXING TIMBER WITHOUT A PERMIT. Frederick Charles Gillies, forests officer, proceeded against Joseph Counsel! for cutting timber on Crown lands without a license. De fendant pleaded guilty. 1&lt;\ C. Gillies stated that on -Jtli December la?t hp. found that, detond ant in the course of repairing- his fence hud cut saplings along the line of fencing for atiout a mile. Defendant was not present, but on being taxed with the offence he ad mitted it, but said he thought he was allowed to clear his line of fencing. This was not so, as per mission had first to be obtained from the department. The value of the timber would be £3 or £3 10s. Defendant handed a statement to the Bench in which he stated that tho land had been selected 45 years ago and fenced. Being desirous of erecting a wivc-n' tt.:ng fence he hau felled "the timber not knowing he was committing a breach of tlio Act. In answer to the- 1\M., ...
Beechworth Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 February 1914
Beechworth Directory. Federal Electorate: Indi Representative, Mr Corneliu, Joseph. Ahern. State'Electorate: Ovens Representative, Hon. A. A.I Biillson ; returning officer, F. H. Mackay, deputy, Clifford H. ^ ebb ; electoral registrar, H. K. McDonald Municipality of Beechworth . President, Cr L. V. Diffey, Councillors: ' J. Lowe, Vandeuberg. V. Wooding, j. Ferguson T. G. Ferguson, H. J. Jar vis, B. 'J'Neill, W, H. R. Phillips, J. Warner, J. Hodge, G. Wilson; shire engineer and valuer, R. W. Travis ; shire secretary, J W Morton ; health officer, Dr. Skinner; inspector, Birtles The Council meets on first Friday in each month at ll a.m. at the. Council Chambers. Police Magistrate, Warden and Coroner, Alfred Aldridgs Kelley ; Clerk ot Courts and Receiver and Paymaster, B. R. McDonald; Justices of the Peace, J. Ingram, J. Fletcher, W. J. Bowen, J. Armstrong, H. Vandenberg, D, Skinner,'a. A. Billson, T. G. Ferguson. " Governor of Gaol, H. C. Finnis ; Senior Warder, G. Taylor. I jLocal Lan...
GENERAL SESSIONS. BEECHWORTH— [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 February 1914
GENERAL SESSIOXS., EEECHWOETH . .Thursday,- February 12. . Thursday, May" 28. 'J . .Tuesday, August 4. . Thursday, October 1. J5EKALLA Tuesday, February ,24; .Wednesday, April 1. .Tuesday, July'?. " ' Tuesday, September 1'. Wednesday, November 4. WAXGAJIATTA- . Thursdaj-, February 2Q. . : Thursday, April 2. .Wednesday, June 21. Thursday, September - 3. Thursday, December 3.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 February 1914
I»J«LOCATED SHOULDER. .V.VAvtir m tm RIGHT ARM POR ZlXlibl.-ZW. OOVKrOCfC'8 - . . Ji£!lV£ A5»B JbO*«£ ^i.1 JIKIT AFfORWt 7&lt;"Oi.rD£R - PUL RELIf.T. "A? I atws.vn b»n*r* in riving cre.hl ..-tiers v«>d'j. H &lt;iue," wriiii Mr/ E o; ' Xi !}?«;-' random," Dartb^coic road, Al-O-J n X.S.W., "I ar/j ae/id-mr'th « st'.t :n nl in praive of Cotuiio y.'?- X- ...- an-J Bone lini ment. . Ju*t thrive month* ago I dbk>ratod my^fco'-iMer and for a'r.out m rrV/nt^J! sbfiered continually, being unable u> do' any -work fiat neeessi-' xated tin- U3e of ray right aim. -1 wan tre? tr-A bjr ~a do. tor and aUo tried various Liniment* re-or/mi'-nded ' by different cherr/itx, bat all to no pur: pose, the severe pa&lt;ns st 11 &lt; ontinuing. After beine in tiis etate for about six months, I one day. read an ad vertisement containing some testi monials from pwjplo who had benefited by the u*e of this remedy. After trying; the first bottle I felt Umch relief. I am no...
NEWCOMERS THRIFTY. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 February 1914
NEWCOMERS THRIFTY. It is the policy of tho Immigration Department to encourage thrift on the part of the new: arrivals, especially the boys -who go into tho country to follow: agricultural occupations, and who in course of years may bcoomf> settlers. Mr Hagelthorn said this afternoon that in the last few months 300 of the hoys on farms have opened accounts .with the bank, and thrir deposits now aggrejrata'l about £2000, Land seekers and others. >vbo have ar rived in Victoria recently have placed over £5000 to their credit in tho Savjngs Banks. ; t ii s.ij . ,.
TWO TRAVELLERS INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 February 1914
TWO TRAVELLERS INJURED. Trying- to keep cool in the 6.25 p.m. train from Bendigo, in the sw61t orinj hea! last night, Nat. Richard eon and Alexander jSkolly, both of Colling-wood, sat down in one of tho passages with their feet dangling1 out side the train. At Elphington sta tion, near Castlemaine, they brushed against the platform, and both were injured. TIhe report received at the Railway Offices states that- after receiving first aid treatment from the conductor of the train Skeliy sufficiently recovered to continue his journey to the city. Richardson, however, was more seri ously injured, and he was taken to tho hospital at Kyneton, where was) ad mitted for treatment.
GLOVES FOR MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 February 1914
GLOVE? FOR MAGISTRATE. Mo accused parsons appeared at the City Court to-day. The officials re member o nly one other instance when this has happened. Some thousands of cases are dealt with in the year, and recently the magistrates have been so busy that it has been 5 p.m. or later betore their duties ended. When a court shows a '' clcan sheet1' it is customary , f°r l'le Pre* siding senior magistrate to be pre sented with a pair of white gloves Asked whether lie had received this gift, Mr P. J. Dwyer, P.M., remarked in his usual Jocular way, ''Oh, I did not want them, so I heard some licen sing cases that were to have been held by the District Court magistrates in the City Court." Air Dwyer was then informed that Sub-inspector A Kenneally had brought a pair of gloves to the court but had not presented thein t» him a.s they; were not wh t >.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 February 1914
The Ovens Siatrict Hospital. TENDERS for the supply of RED BOX, Ac., FIREWOOD and also STRINGY BARK FIREWOOD will be received until 6 p.m. MONDAY, FEB RUARY 9, 1911. Forms for tenders are obtainable from Mr HEMBROW, Secretary. , . ,;..L lL PBESBYTEBIAN CHURCH BEECHWORTH, SABBATH, FEBRUARY 8. REV. R. JJ. MACLEOD wOI Wondoel .ervioe* in the above Obnrcb as follows : Morning, 11 %.VL Evening", 7 p.M. BEECHWORTH TECHNICAL SCHOOL. SCIENCE and ART CLASSES. Resume Work Monday, February 9th. Students now being Enrolled. W. TROUTBECK, Principal. Postmaster-General's Department, Melbourne, 30th January, 1914. TENDERS TV-ill be received at the office oi the Deputy-Postraaster General, Melbourne, until 3 p.m. on the 2-lth FEBRUARY, 1914, for the ERECTION of a TELEPHONE LINE between Ruthorglen and Corowa. (Sell. 1013). See "Commonwealth Gazette,'' 31st January. AGAR WYNNE, Postmaster-General. (1319)'. LOCAL LAND BOARD. SCHEDULE of APPLICATION for hearine .at COURT HOUSE, BEECHWORTH. on FRIDAY, 1...
BEECHWORTH RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 February 1914
BEECH WORTH TUPLE CLUB. After several weeks' spell, mem bore of the Becchworth Rifle Club will, during the present month, com pete for a piece of plate presented by E J McLean, the Ford Street, jewel ler Conditions: 8 shots, 2 sightera at -200, 300, 600 and 900 yards, best aggregate of two shots, including han dicap, to win. On Saturday next a start will be made at 200 and 300 yards. The han'Iiea'x; are as fol lows:-Phillips, 11; [mliofF, Fiddea, Fletcher, Smith, 13; Travis, McLean, Taylor, 16; Baircf, :Rogan, Baker, McGratli, Lysaght, 18; Birrell, 20; ?«mmens, Inglis, Knight, Eagleton, Datson, Davis, 25; A. Davis, Moir, 30; Wooding, Anderson, McCrorio, 35. a,, , 1 i WIFE MURDERED IN BED. -A tragedy has occurred at Patea, N.Z., where Thomas Hewitt ,a carpenter, 35 years of age, shot his. wife aged 2G years, in her sleep. Ho then shot himself. Johnston, from whom Hew itts rented rooms> was aroused by the snots, and informed the police, who found the woman dead, with a wound in the...
ACTION FOR DIVORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 6 February 1914
ACTION FOR, DIVORCE. We understand that Or Wooding, of Beechworth, ha"? taken certain legal steps with the object of securing1 a divorce fro91 his 'wife. There is one child of the marriage a son about three years of age. The parties have not lived together for several years. Mrs Wooding resides with her par ents at Stanley and Cr Wooding lives at Beechworth, where he carries on business as a wat?hmakor and jewel ler !We understand that the ground upon which divorce is sought is that of desertion. The case will probably come before tho Beechworth Sup remo Court oil Tuesday, March 10.