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CHILTERN V LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 20 March 1914
rmi.TI-HN v I.AKK. Cbiitern bad a walkover on Saturday. Luke wuru unable to ^et a team together anil thereby forfaited the guine, i an &lt; >*y' STOWS V W OI'IIIK. sou 11 thu iibovn' clubu was vii on Saturday, and rosul* for tho vhitord. Scorca : iioftjjtown W. Martin, run out .. W Miliit>» c il. .John*, b Iinndy B Oats, b Sullivan .. Ki'.islt, b Sullivan .. la-wull, b Heady C. JohnH, b Sullivan .. \V. OaU. b Heady A. OaU, c Corbutt. b Sullivan Uatf-rs.mi, b H>-ady .. C ' v '? s'vfll, not out .. J, John.-, b Sullivan .. Sundries, Total, Howling-Sullivan, 5 wickets for 10 Kcady, 1 for lo. Mt Ophir. II. .Johns, b Oats W. Ij'^ebeitf, not out C. Heady, Ibw, b Oata J. Wilson, b Milno .. Sullivan, c C. John?, b lfcwell ). Corbet!, b Croddkoll K. Huhe, b tfrasor .. lii^kius, o C. Johna, b Oata Snow, c C. John?, b Oats 13. Corbett, b Oata Sundries, . 2(J run*; Total, Howling.-Oate, 5 wickets for 40 iuua; Milne, 1 for l\)Johns, 0 for 12; Frastr, 1 for 18 ; Martin, 1 fur 11; ...
Bainawatha State School. Opning of Remodelled Building. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 20 March 1914
Onenii of imMM Buiidins. -- > Tuesday last was a regular gala day amongst the parents anil chil dren of Barnawartha, this occasion being the opening of tin: re modelled school building. Tlio at tendance at the school was a large one, and after the children had saluted tlio llag proceedings com menced. Or J. Differ, president of tlio school committee, presided, and seated along the front wore tho Hon. A. A. Billson, M.L.A., Mr Tato (Director of Educa tion), Mr Bottoms (head clerk in the Education department), President J. Black (Chilternshire), Cr J. Suther land, Cr A. B. Barlow, Messrs J. K. Whitehead, L'\ Rogash, 1). D. Ander son, W. D. Ryan, F. J. Richardson, If. Pooley, 10. J. Hicks, R. Roberts, AV. Clayton, A. Wellington, T. Lcfoe, If. Ciuaden and others. The ehii hiliiI 11« j HiipjMjtteii they all knew that they had as sembled together that day for the purpose of opening the remodelled school. He was pleased to see Mr Billson and Mr Tate present as it was good to have men li...
Unconvincing Assurances. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 20 March 1914
Unconvincing Assurances. -People ftru gettiuK very tired of ? listening to tbu opinions of self-styled ! . authorities from tlio laud of stars and stripes, particularly ou matters con nected with defence. Tlio latest to -butt in with the customary amount of assurance ig n professor from a Cali : foraiair University. LIo siys, " If Australia's military system is intended na' a defence against Jupan it will no&lt; be needed ; Japan lias no interest in Northern Australia. You could not induo the Japanese to go there, unless for liiqh waaes. They are not a colonising nation." Really, now We are pleased to hear that. Of course we accept the Yankee professor's word on the matter, aud cast aside the fust hand^evidence of Australians on the spot, to the ell'-ct that the Japs are not merely intending to mvade the north - they have done it already. Perhaps ii might be news to the professor to hear that some of the Northern Territory towns are completely owned by Jups and Chinese, and ...
LEFT-HANDED CHILDREN. DANGER OF CHECKING HABIT CAUSE OF STAMMERING AND DU[?]ESS [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 20 March 1914
LEFT-HANDED CHILDREN. DAXOER OK CHECKING 1IAHI CAUSE OK STAMMF.r.IXr: AND HUM Lecturing before the Child Study Society in London, Mr l1. 13. Ballard, Loudon County Council Inspector ot Schools, said that hit-handed howlers BfiDC down the un'iest bills, and left handed boxtii'3*doalt the most uutx pected blows. Xo bii Itit-handeiJ, it seemed, was regarded us not merely awkward, but wicked, but, he Hairl, any atteiupf to interfere with a child s natural habit of using Uie ieft hand was liable to make him stammer. Out of one group of ltft-handed children 1 per cent ot pure left bunders stammered u^ainst I 3 per | cent of 3f!' left )unders being taught to usu ttiu fight hand. J 11 another group of -07 (tic figures were 1:1 per cent ami il.ti pur cent ivspi etivuly. Six out of ten ieft-kuuled children who had been taught the uso of tlm right bund were pr.ictie-illy cured of sum liltring lifter being allowed to use the left bntid exclusively for lighleen months. All of winch went U> pr...
SMALL CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 20 March 1914
SMALL CHANGE. Winter t-chniciilly begins in Britain nt 11 a m. on December 22, mid cucIb lit ,r> a.m. on .M;iro11 21. To risud tli'- Jiiblo through »it tin* ruin of ii uli..f)U>r u tiny would tnkf three yearn unrt thren months. S' Paul's OillIich!ra.1, Lontlun, can ncconimoclnte 32,000 worshippers ; Si Peter'-, Rom-, f>4,000. Of ;t> - lost Hrtic'ei-numbering in ;ill y l,87lj-which were sent to Scot laud Yard ln&f. year 30,8Gu were restored to iht:ir owners. There an; in tho United Kingdom about dim: and a half million cows and on the average each yields -10'J gallons of mill: u y;nr. Coal was first used at is'ewcustleon iyiic* about tr,« year l-.SU, and uecaui an arlicle of traiiii between that town mill Loudon some 5U years later, The new labor Gazette of Odesta re cunlly m uli' iss 17th appearand! under the direction of its eleventh editor, whose ten predecessors are all in prison. By mere waste, cans', d by coins rub liinj; one against ai.o:her, the civilised ...
Disastrous Railway Accident at Exeter (N.S.W.) 13 KILLED. 25 INJURED. THREE IN FAMILY F[?]H. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 20 March 1914
Disastrous Railway Accident at Exeter (N.S.W.) 1"> KILL Kb. 25 INJL"Ki:i». TUKKK IX I'AMI LY rKUKSII. Tin: liiObl terrible. accident thil has : i'Vi'I' bne.il recorded ? in Now .South Wales occurred at Exeter, on this Main Southern line, jint lh&lt;fore miiini^li: on , Friday. Tin: down Tetuora mail, : lu-aviiy loaded with pii3Sdi!>ur3, craaln.d ' into a stationary gu^ds train a hund- | tvd yards from the station. Fourteen I j..er»ona lost their liven. Ei.'hc of J them wero killed outright, several , lived only a very short while after wards, and others di"d on tho way to the hospital Moro than twenty per sons were injured, live of them ser iously. The cHiciui list of liiliod H ni fol lows ;-Mr Fred Kurzisiihatftm, Mitla UOiiy ; Mrs Kurz-tidia^en ; Mia? Alicu Heaver, Oootainundia ; Mr.s A. Heaver, I'arramiittii ; Mr .Joljn Heaver, Parra in.itta ; Mr ,). (J. M ii.ns, lUihvuy Iiilcrloukiui! department, Ooo'ammi dra; Mrs Minna; Mr CI. L. Pollard, Ii 1 ai 10, mail uii ; Al...
MT. OPHIR V RUTHEROLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 March 1914
MT. Ol'lIlU V KUTHUUnLEN. A match between the ubovo u!uba was played on the ground of the former on Saturday and resulted in an easy win for the homo team. Kutherglen batted first and compiled 71, Hauser being top scorer. During the innings C. Tnnnor took a splen did catch in the long lield. Mt. Ophir knocked up 71 for the IOFS of three wickets in quick lira", W. Sullivan who battod freoly and rapidly making til of tbo total. Scorcs : iiuiucrgien. Hauser, b Ready .. .» .. 1] , ,1. Ulow«rB, b Ready .. 0 Allinaon, b Ready .. .. .. .> T. Howell, c Sullivan, b Ready ... H K. Lotl, c Tanner, b Heady .. 0 Dennis, b Sullivan .. .. .. 0 Ca?cy, run out .. .. ..15 Incoll, c Sullivan, b Ready .. 0 Duncan, b Heady .. .. .. 'J SutclitT'!, b lteady .. f J. l'rontiee, not out .« .. .. *2 Sundries, .. .. ». Total, .. .. ..71 Howling-W. Sullivan, 1 vvioket for M runs : U. Ready, 8 for 25. Mt. Opbir. W. Sullivan, not out .. «. 01 C. LeBeberK, b Howoll .. .. 3 C. Heady, b F«ott .. .» .. ^ W. Hepe, ...
SPRINGHURST V CHRISTMASTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 March 1914
HPKINftllUH.sT V CHKlriTMARlOWN. Tlio ubovo tenuis met ut Springhurst on Sutiniliiy when tho locals bad a vory ensy victory. Sores: ClirislnmstowD. W. Martin, U I) Cunnean .. :M C. Jibiis, I) A. Kerr .. .. [I W. I'enlialn, b A. Kerr .. .. 0 L. jJiirrasH, b A. Kerr .. .. 0 W. Oats, b A. Kerr .. .. .. 0 \V. Milne, b A. Kerr .. .. .. 0 T. l'mstr, e A. I'lum, b A. Kerr .. 11 it. Oul.s*. b K. Kerr .. ., ., ?! E. Kowcll, b \ Ivorr .. .. I 13. Oatii, b K. Korr .. .. .. o A. Oulfl, not out .. .. .. 0 Stmdvk-s, .. .. .. U Total, .. .. .. 10 Hovvlitiu.-Kerr, '1 wiekeU for 12 runs; A Korr, 7 for 15; A. IMum.U for 1; L). Cuu 1 fur *3; A If ISIlis, 0 for [). Springhurat. Alf Kllis.lbw, b .Tohrid .. .. ,>i A. Kurr, u nnd b Johns .. .. 38 A. Tunkin, not out .. .. ..10 K. Kerr. h.w., b Johns .. .» 3B Arthur Kl.is, not out.. .. 2 Sundries, .. . . (5 Tlueo \vlckot3 for .. .. Ms Howling.-13. Outs. 0 for 11); W. Milne, 0 for '22 ; W. Penhule, 0 for 13; E. Hewclf, (I for 30; C. Johns, 3 for 30; L. Ba...
LAKE V BARNAWARTHA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 March 1914
MKi: V H.VRSAWAIITJIA. The Barnawaitba piuyers mm tnuir may friends bud » picnic lit Lake on Saturday, n»d, 113 everyone remarked when thoy got Lome, Ihoy haci tbo time of their lives. The usitors wore treated right royally by the liakv, and, nohvithstanding the laot that Uai iley made the pace a welter, Lako respon ded liko retil good sports. At ltuiherglen, on the return journey, the ladies oE the party were treatod to tides on the Merry-go-round, whilo some of the gents had a pop at Aunt Sally, hut no prizes were secured. Tile scores for the match were Lake. li. Ilisl.ine, c Howard, h Sullivan .. 7 K. Yates, c Howard, b Sullivan .. 12 J. Grantham, c A. Hicks, b Baxter -1 W. Hell, c J. Baxter, b Baxter .. 2 T. Yntes, e littiley, b Sullivuu .. .. &lt;1 W. Iliskins, b Sullivan .. ,, 5 J. BiandoD, c J. Baxter, b Sullivan .. 1 A. Hall, not out .. .. .. 2 1&lt;\ Hiskins, c Bailoy, b Sullivan .. 3 li. Buggy, b Sullivan .. .. 0 Findley, h Baxter .. .. .. 1 Sundries, .. .....
CHILTERN V COROWA A. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 March 1914
ClIILTLH.S V COKOWA A. Oil Saturday lust Uorowa A was drawn to play against Chiltern, but did nol put in mi appearance. This cunduct on tbu part of the Corowa A team ia a rather poor way ol advancing tho sport. They did uut let the Cbilternites know until the last momont that they did not intend to fulfil their on RugcniL-nt, although it was, given out on good authority several wcoks previously that they hud no intention ol playing tho game. This fort of thing ruins sport, and when Corowa seeks admission to the Association next your, matters' of lliu kind abovo stated tjbuuld bo buino in rniud.
CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 March 1914
CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION, i'oinnos* of cijUiw. I'lilJUll Lost Dw'n Points U 7 no ?1 B 12 3 .5 12 .2 (i 10 4 r, I1H li 2 32 iu - au 11 1 1H 11 a l Won !l n 8 7 7 7 1 4 0 The cricket eenson lms now boon practically completed and although thero lire n few mulches which were put oil, owing to various causes, to he played, still iho result can not be altered. The shield has been won by Darnawartha, and they deserve every credit for their victory. Last season Barna nawartha wore not in the competition, but the Baxter Bros tool: a leading part in securing the honors tor (Jhiltcrn, and on that account it will bo doubly gratifyini; to the Bartia wartha' club to reccivo the trophy, which will be presented to them to night (Friday) at Uutherglcn.
COUNTY COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 March 1914
COUNTY COURTS. Beochworth-Ihuraduy, February 1J Thursday, May 28 Tuesday, August 4 Thursday, October 1 Bennlla-Tuesday, February 24 Wednesday, April 1 Tuesday, July 7 Tuesday, September 1 Wednesday, November 4 Bright-Tuesday, April 7 Tl.ur.Jtty, N..v.,...l>or 21! Chiltern-Tuesday, Februiry 10 Tuesday, May 20 Thursday, August 0 Tuesday, November 24 Wangaratta-Thursday, February 2G Thursday, April 2 Wednesday, June 24 Thursday, Sepiomber 3 Thursday, December 3 Wodouga--Tuesday, February 24 Thursday, M*y 14 Thursday, August 27 Norn-Courts of Insolvency aro hold at places appointed on same dates as County Courts and Courts of Minos, Cuurta of Insolvency at Beechworth, Beualla, (Jhiltem, Wangaratta, Wodonga, and Yarrawonga
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 March 1914
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. Town and suburban, within proscribed limits, or within fifteen milea from the sending station, including address and siguaturs, not oxceeding 10 words, 6d ; each additional word Id. Othor places within tho State, excopt town and suburban, including addross and signaturci not uxcuodint; 1G words, Od ; each additional word Id. Interstate.--From any ono Stato to unothor, including address and signature, and not oxceeding 1G words Is ; each ad ditional word Id. On telegrams to and from Tasmania the charges are those mentioned above, with cablo charges added, which at tho prosonl timo is Ad per word. Double tho foregoing rates to bo charged for the transmission of tolegrama on Sun day, Christmas Day, and Good Friday and for " Urgent" telegrams. Tho foregoing ratos are'^exclnsivo o porterage chargeB
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 March 1914
A SIMPLE CURE FOR INDIGES TION. H&lt;>W A READER OBTAINED WONDEll 1'UL AND IMMEDIATE ItBLIEF 1'llOM AN OHDINAB1' ANTACID. Sufferers from indigestion will bninterested in 11 letter writton by Mr H. fiuddeford, HO GfirKo Street, Euston Itoad, London, who tinvin|> mllorod terribly from ptoniach trouble ijmukly cured himself by a simple .remedy. Ml Cuddeford writes:-". . . . I liave milfi-reti with indigestion ami constipation fill iivcr live years and it has been pettini! w r-n every year. For this" lust twelve months f have Hiiflered dreadful pain. I hi'VP been attending a doctor for three yearp, but I got no better. I have been nlso attend inn Mfddlesei hospital, still I got no better. 1-Vnd I dare not touch ; I began to get pro peily run down ; I could not continuo my w&lt;Tk;I tried remedicH of every kind, but o! no use; in (net, I often wished myself dead. I wna looking nt ft paper one day, and I saw bi uratcd magnesia recommended for indigen ticn and etomach...
GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 March 1914
GKNEKAL SESSIONS, ueeclnvortli-InurBday, .February 12 Thursday, May 28 Tuesday, AuguBl 4 Thursday, Ootobor 1 Benulla-Tuesday, li"ebruary 24 Wednesday, April 1 Tuesday, July 7 Tuesday, Septernbor 1 Wednesday, November 4 WanyaraUa-Thursday, February 20 Thursday, April 2 Wednesday, Juno 24 Thursday, September 3 Thursday, December 3
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 March 1914
POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notea may bo obtained at any Post Oflico in Victoria Hours of pay mcnt 10 a,ra. to 5 p.m. The following are tho denominations of tho notes, and tho poundage, or tho price charged for them :-Is, Ad ; Is Od, id ; 2s, Id ; 2s Gd, Id ; 3s, Id ; 3s 6d, Id"; 4a, Id; 4s Gd, Id; 5a, lid; 7s Gd, 2d; 10s, 3d; 10? Gd, 3d ; 15s, 3d ; 20s 3d.: MONEY ORDERS. United Kinydfim, and othor^" British Possessions and Foreign Countrios, Gd for oach £1 or fraction of £1,
HUGO'S NEW MINSTRELS. DRAMA AND VAUDEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 March 1914
Huao's New AIINSTRELS. DltAMA AN!) VAUDKVILL I'll is innovation in the way of Amusement enterprise has been ad opt e'l with wonderful success hy tlio popular actor-manager, Mr Frauk Litton, which is hardly to be war ve'hd at when the strength of the attractions aro considered. For not only aro the plays mi bin it. ted made more attractive by having all extra neous matter eliminated and the story presented in a morn compact form, but the tastes of nil sections of the community are catered for; ami Mr Lit ton promises only the best and most artistic in vaudevillo i n conjunction with the brightest and healthiest of plays. The bill for the Star theatre, Chiltern, to night (Friday), is excep tionally strong, including, as it does, a complete performance of tlie stir rlhi* Irish drama, " Oultl liriti," a play full of vigorous situations, inter spersed with wit and humor si loved by all admirers of Irish plays. Tho plot deals largely with the questions of " Ilorao Rule" "ind " Absenteeism...
RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 March 1914
' HATUS [OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in Victoria. Any aura not over £o, Od ; over £» but nut ovor £10, la ; ovor £10 but no over £115, Is (id ; ovor £15, but not ovoi £20, 2 Money Orders by Telegraph. To Netr South Waloa, Quoonaland South Australia, Tasmania, and Portli (Wosturn Auatraliii) : Charge for a moa aayo in addition to abovo ratcB. OrderaJ payablo in Now South Waloa, Queensland, South Australia, Now Zea land, Tasmania, and Wostorn Aua iralia. Not ovor £2, Od ; not ovar £5 la ; not ovor £7, la Od ; not ovor £10 2a ; not ovor £12, 2a Od ; not ovor £15, 3s; not ovor £17, 3s Od; not ovor £20, 'la. PACKETS, ETC. Preparation for Post. I Packolo may bo sent through tho poat without a covor (but not fastened with ' Hiiything'adhesivo, ouch on gum, postage I --"'1'. ">«> i 1" » ooro, entirely open at oHo^ond or aido (if the cover bo slit, tho opening must bo of the full oxtout of tho ond or Btdo, and the contents must bo easy of withdrawal.) the covor may boar tho sen...
HOWLONG RAILWAY. QUESTION FOR PREMIERS' CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 27 March 1914
HOWLONCi RAILWAY. CJUES'HON VOH PHKMIBltS* CON* FEUKNCE. On Wednesday, March IS, the Minister for Railways (Hon Mr Miie kinnon) received a deputation from Howlong and District urging the con struction of a linn^of railway from Howlong to Barimwartha or Chiltein, to connect that portion of the lyverinu with the Victorian system. The deputation consisted of Hon. A. O. Sachse, M.L 0., Messrs David Ruid, of Moorwatha, hon secretary, Cr Thos Ashtord, Howlong, President of the Railway Leagup, Cr W. Leahy, of the Farmers and Settlers' Association, Mr J. Buckley, Gooram idda, Mr W. Hamihon, Mr W. Murdoch, Howlong, Mr C. H. Morris, Brown's Plains, Mr \V. D. Ryan, Barnawnrtha, Mr T. Doolan, Gooramaddu, and Dr Harkin, Chiltern. Mr J. Bowser, M L.A., introducing tho visitors, said this wan the appeil of tho farmers antl producers generally in tho Howlong district of tho Ilivorina to got transport of their wheat, wool, and live stock to tho nearest seaboard market at Melbourne. The distance was ...