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OBITUARY. MRS ALICE ORAY. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 April 1914

OBITUARY. MliS AL1CK UHAV. Mr.s Alice (Jray, aged 'J'J years, wife of Mr. Jiiiuujj (_Jrtiy, died ill her resi dence, Kilsjucr street, CJhiltern, on Friday lnsl, <if er an illness extending over 11 peri id cf two \eur.s from tuber culosisot' tlit) luuus .She was h uutive of M I. Bi^choli' (Tasmania) wheie her husb.mil wns employed in the mines A few months ;il;O she came lo reside at l'hill-rn in the hope of recuperating lier health, hut. her visit to Victoria did not benefit her to any extent. Deceased leuvis u fnintly of ihree young children to mourn their loss, lier remains wore interred iu ' th» Bamawarilm Cemetery vii iSalurday, the servico bcin;; conducted by Rev Mr Dennis (Methodist) und Mr A. li. Smith directed the funeral. Ml I <.?1:0111:1: III! SIKH. The duatli ouuurrrd un Monday nftt'riiuuii lit his rosidenec, David street, Albury, of Mr(-<>-ur.e Hunter, Lho well-known cab proprietor Tin' deceased, who was about 11 years uf HsjB, hud bf!...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. North-Eastern Land Transactions. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 April 1914

CUMMbtJClAL. North-Eastern Land Transactions. Messrs Flanagan, Newman and Co. of W»n°aratta, Moyhu and Myrtle ford (Vic.) and Parkes (N S.W.) re port the following recent laud sales : Account tho owner we have sold the property, known as M. Marouey's, comprising D9.J, acres at Tarrawingee (o Mr J. Moloney at a satisfactory figure. On bel)«If of the mortgagee we have sold 689 acres freehold laud at Estcourt lo a cash buyer. At. auction we offered on account of Mr P. O'Brien, Springhurst, his properties comprising 7.'33 acres within a mile of Springhurst railway station. LuL 1 (Webster's) was sold to Mrs M. A. M'Million at £8 por aero, and Lot 2 (Woods') 100 acres was bought by the same purchuser at £7 2* Cd per acre. Lots 3 ami t wore with drawn for private treaty. On behalf of tho Exors late U. H Brown, deceased, of Oxley, we sold portion of tho homestead property comprising 120 acres freehold to Mr J. F. Brown at £10 per acre. Lot 2, 92 acres, at Bobinawarrah was with drawn for pri...

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RIVERINA PASTORALIST. MR JAMES MITCHELL'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 April 1914

R1VERINA PASTORALIST. MK JAMES MITCDELIi'S DEATH. Mr James Aliichell, owner of Table lop Station, near Albury, died at his boon stead on Friday inomiii!,'. Ha was l>orn nij;ir Uoulburn, at the estate owned by his tuthe.r, Oupttiin William Mitchell, who name! it Brisbauo Muiidow, uftor Guvi-rnor Brisbane When Captain Mi'olmll died, his wife, with her young family, camo to tho Alburv dimrict, and look over Munija breena Station, ilireo miles from tho present lown, iu ihu year 1837, her sou, Juiu'.s, beiiiL* only two years of age. His association with 'his dia trict thus extended over 77 years. His mother's masterly management and energy impressed her son JameP, and in her memory ho recently gave £2000 towards ereclim; the new hospital at Albury. In his boyhood days tho deceased aud his brothers came into close contact wiih the blacltB, who were numerous in the district at that tiraH. They learned the language of the Woradgery tribe aud gained a knowledge of the blacks' habits and c...

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HOWLONG RAILWAY. DEPUTATION TO MINISTER FOR WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 April 1914

hOWLONQ RAILWAY. --DEPUTATION TO MINISTER FOB WOlUiS. . 'A deputation from tho Howlon:: Railway League interviews d the New South Wales Minister for Public Works, fllr Arthur Griffith, in the ox proas train on Thursday morn iog, and placed the league's case before him. With the Minister, who WUB travelling to the Premiers' Conference in Melbourne, were the Director General ot Public Works (Mr J. Davis) and tho Minister's secretary (Mr Evans.) The deputationists were Mr D. Reid and Or Leahy (liuiuo Shire), Cr C. H. MorriB (Rutbergleu Shire), aud Mr J. Buckley. They joined the express at Albury, aad tha representations were .'made on the journey to Wangarattu, . Mr Reid pointed out the advantages that would accrue to the district from aconnectiou with Victoria. It meant increased protit for the farmers and the . utilising of more land for cultivation purposes. He also placed before the Minister the congested 6tate of the various railway stations between Culcairn and Corowa. Ni arly 70...

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THUMBS UP. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 April 1914

THUMBS UK Two old gentlemen happeued to meet in a train one day, and while they were talking a question arose as to the bringing up of tho children. Well, said Tom, I always believed in giving'mfne a thrashing every time I Eaw them do wrong. And now they have grown to manhood they will do anything I nsk Well, eaid Joe, I always believed in giving mine their own way when they were children, and now I haven't got to raise my hand to any of them only in erer-self-defence. In a glorious state of intoxication, Pat was returning home one dark night from the Limerick races', and to save himself, as he thought, of a tramp of on extra mile, he venture through a plantation which was thickly Btudded with pine trees. As he zigziggod along he bumped his head against tree after tree until tho too frequent impact was becomin" unbearable. At length be ruefully exclaimed : Begorra, the safest thing for poor Fat to do is to sit down until this rowdy pro cession passes. A short lime aqo three people w...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 April 1914

I TIIK LITTLE AMBER BOTTLE. ' i?j.ztiL.i.\.n aujizar IXV THOU SANDS OF HOMES. The Amber Bottle in which Dr Morse's Indian Root Pilla are packod is probably ? better known aB a familiar object aboui t' e home than any uther bottle of a like kind. It is not thero as an ornameDt, but for practical every day use. In the best reuulated families the little ills of life will creep iu Somo member of the family circle may occasionally suffer from Biliousness or Indigestion, and one or the other will from time to time exhibit the well known symptoms of Constipation. From these little troubles more serious com plninls arise and should, thorefore, not bo neglec'ed. The alight headache, bod breath, and discolored tongue are the index to a disordered Btomach, and tho necessity of keeping a safe, sure and ro liable remedy in the house is apparent By fallowing such a course the more ex pensive molhod of culling in a doctor may be avoided Bo your own doctor, prescribe Dr Morso'a Indian Root Piila, a...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
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Stems of [?]ems. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 April 1914

§tems of Mr Harold Kabling, «? >i> of Mr I'"i*iLiik Kabling, formerly manager of several mines in Chiltern, h;fs liml -Hits decree of Bachelor of .Mining Engineering conferred upon hitn by the University of Melbourne. The Hon A. A. Billson, who .is look Wednesday. :unl interviewed tile president of t.be sliire respecting several matters.of loeal interest,. He promised to en<[iiire into the question of the future eoutro! of the (ioldlields Common and the erection of an over head bridge at the railway station, the present, crossing for pedestrians being extremely dangerous. Mr E. II. Burrows, of ('hillcrn, is at, prcseutin ill-health, suffering from inllami'd tonsils. Hrwiis removed to l)r Woods' private hospital at Albury on Wednesday afternoon. All the latest, autumn anil winter goods, drapery, novelties, etc., are now on view at Messrs .1, Boucher and Co';; establishment, Conness st.. Chiilern. The. newest, and most ar tistic styles of millinery are lo be seen in t...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 April 1914

FOE C10UKS, Cookorolii, H<us or Pul ) lain. Best, brads. Table Birds >u[jfjlititl on itliorlesti notion A. A. BOUNDS, Cliiltern Yalloy. Shire ot (Jhiltem. DOU liEGIisTKATION. NOTICB is hen by giveu that all Dons must bo roitisLeretl on or boforo March J>1, 11) I -1. b'otf ys. Reijist ration may bo cil'outud at thn Town Hull, ChiluTii, botwoeu tlio hours of 10 ii.m. nud l p.uj. daily, and oil Saturday from 10 a in. till l'J noon, or with tlio dog ollieer, Mr J. Enriuht. E. J. HTCKS, Shiro Sooiotury. THANKS. MR P. WHEJjAN deairoa to tondor bis timet einceroTHANKS to the residents of Brown's Plain* for their valuable asaia tunce and kindness rendorod bin wifo and family, after tho (iro which occurred at his rcsidonco on Saturday night last. CH1LTEBH GOLF CLUB. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the abovo will l>e held in tho Town Hall, Chil tern, on TUESDAY NEXT, April 14, at 8 p.when all intending members and those interested aro cordially invited to atteud. BoKiNKsa - Eltution...

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CHILTERN & DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 April 1914

CHILTERN & DISTRICT FOOT BALL ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting of the above   was held at Cannon's Council Club Hotel, Chiltern, on Wednesday even- ing. Present: President Cannon and Messrs Brocklebank and MeGann (Barna'wartha), Gleeson ahd Smith (Ohiltei'ii Valley), Anderson and La franclii (Chiltem), Hicks and Ring (.United Miners), McKay and Green (Xmastowu), Doolan and Buckley (Brown's Plains), Donovan and Can ning (Spriughurst) and W, J. Fox (secretary.) The minutes of last annual meet ing were read ami confirmed, on the motion of Mr Doohui, seconded by Mr Ijafrauchi. The balance sheet presented by the secretary showed the receipts for the year to have been iJ'29/8/tj, and the expenditure £23/l/'J, leaving a cre dit of £6/0/"J.-Mr Tjafranchi moved, and Mr Ring seconded, that the ba lance sheet be adopted.-Carried. Mr King stated that the Miners' club had bioken'up. A club had been formed at Jit. Ophir and some of the Miners had joined. He was deputed to see ...

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FOOTBALL. OVENS AND MURRAY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 April 1914

FOOTBALL. 0VBS8 AND MUUUAY ASSOCIATION. At the annual incut in-; of the above held lust week at McKay's liuthurgluu hotel, Mr (J. Ilai^ (president), oc cupied th*! chair, and delegates were present from I he Border United; Luke Rovers and Rutherglen clubs.; Tho balance sheet showed the- association to have a crpdit of £1 .'is. Applica tions for admission to the association were received froui Messrs J. Wil son and E. King on behalf of the Ml Ophir club, and from Messrs T l)oo!an ami J. Leseber^ on behalf of Brown's Plains. Both teams were accepted. The election of ollicers resulted as follows :-President, Mr C Dfiiehy ; vice-presidents, Messrs J. A, Taylor and J. Wilson ; secretary and treasurer, Mr 0. Dronen ; auditor, Mr T. Drenen. Mr H. McKay offered to donate a trophy, and delegates decided to place a record on the books iu recognition of the gift. CilU.TKIlN CLUH. Tlio Chiltcrn football club arc going to make things hum tliis Benson. Their annual meeting will be held on Tues il...

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HOWLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 10 April 1914

HOWLONO. ( Kroni OnL* Cori'L's|ii)ii(len(.) The knowledge of tin.' dishand meut of tlio Brown's Plains Football Club lent more than ordinary in terest to the meeting of tlie llow lonir United Club which was held lit. McHarry's Court House hotel on Tucsda v cvrni ug. .Mr W. I''. Ijealiy presided and there were upwards of forty in the room. After eonlirnia tion of the minutes of the last, general meeting it was resolved, on the proposition of Mr P. lieid, seconded lnv .Mr Li. .1. Leahy, that the IIow long United Football Club be re formed and the newly-constituted body be registered for the 11) 11 season. The ehuirnmn reported briefly on liis visit to Brown's Plains. It pleased him immensely to know that tin' majority of that, clul.i's players had decided to Ihiow in their lot with Ilowlong. (Applause.) OHice-bearers for the season were elected as follow"resident, Mr li. II. liarnllehl, proposed by Mr \V. F. Leahy, and seconded by Mr W. CI; .^yiov-preoiilentti, Messrs.- 't'. Poofan, C...

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SEND-OFF TO MRR. A. FRANCIS AT BARNAWARTHA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 April 1914

SEND-OFF TO MRR. A. FRANCIS AT BARNAWARTHA. The Barnawartha town hall 'was packed on Tuesday night last when tlio people of the district assembled to Bay farewell to Mr R. A. Francis, who had been head teacher of the local state school for tlio past tlure years. Apologies for absence were read from Messrs A. B. Barlow (through illness), J. R. Whitehead ami W. I>. Ryan. Cr DifTcy, who presided, said that he supposed this was a surprise meeting to most as well as himself. The assemblage that, night was to say good-bye to their popular school teacher, Mr Francis, who had re ceived notice of removal to Ballarat. Mr Francis had been teaching at Barnawartha for over three years and had boon n great- success. If the next 0110 they got was as good they would be thoroughly well satis fied. He regretted' (lie absence of Mr Barlow that night through being indisposed. Ho felt thai it. would be in more capable hands if that. | gentleman wero able to presido. He | very much regretted Mr Franci...

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HOWLONG ASSOCIATION V AL[?]Y. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 April 1914

HOWLONrt IKflOCIATIOK V AMtOHT. Those clubs met at Howlong on Friday last and alter a most exciting game the match resultod in a tie-109 runs each. A tie is somewhat a rarity in oriokel ciroloa. Tbo return match will he played at Albury next season. Scores: - Howlonu District-First InningB. Nation, b Johnson .. . . Fowler, run out " ,, Peucb, c Stowart, b White M'Mnhon, Ihw, b Castloton Bo.vle, b Coppin Wyse, b Coppin DeMamiol, ron out .. CJaMand, c M-Donald, b Birtleg Lesnberg, b Stewart Prootor, not out Lavis, o McDonald, b Birtlea .. Sundries, ,, .. il 17 29 til i 5 13 8 1 0 12 Total, 109 Second Innings. Proctor, b Birtlea .. .. 0 Fowler, c Stewart, b Abbott .. ..13 Boyle, Bt Carter, b Abbott .. . . 9 Peich, not out .. .. ..16 Nation, c Abbott, b Birtlei .. ..12 IjeFoberR, run out .. .. .. 0 DeMamiql, b Birtles .. .. .. 1 M'Mnbon, not out .. ,, ..17 Sundries, .. .. .. 8 Total for six wiokete, . ..76 Albury Stewart, not out .. .. .. fi7 J. M'Donnell, b M'Mahon .. .. i Johnson, b H...

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CHILTERN GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 April 1914

CHILTERN GOLF CLUB. The ahnual meeting of the ubuvc club was held at tho town hall, Uhil tern, on Tuesday evening last. Pre sent. : Piesideut Whi'more, and Messrs C. T. Martin, Eric Martin, A. Wol slab, M. Brann aud VV. fciiacb (hou secretary.) Tb minutes of tho previous annua! meeting wore read and confirmed. In the absence of tlio treasurer, tin* secretary read a statement of receipts and expendiiure showing a credit balance of 3s P.I.KOTION or OFFICERS 1'atronB-Messrs C. F. Harkin, G. E. Whitehead and H. O. Cannon. President -Mr C. T. Martin. Vice prc6ident-Mr A Walstab. , Secretary-MrC. D. Martin. TrtMisurer-Mr J. fcl. (iuriaty. Committee-Messrs W. NVhitmore, W. Stach and M. Brann. Mr Whitmore said before electing the captain he would like to congratu late Mr Eric Martin on winning tbe district champion challenge shield (donated by Mr C. J. Aheru, M.H R.) He trusted that when the competition was resumed this se.snn that Eric would carry off the shield again. He had much pleasure...

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PRESENTATION TO LIBERAL WORKER. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 April 1914

PRESENTATION TO LIBERAL WORKER. The Liberal Leagues of Milawa on Wednesday evening recognised in a practical form the services of Cr R. Cook, of Oxley, in connection wi'Ii the election of the Liberal candidate for Indi at last election. Mr C. J. Ahem, who uirtde the presentation, said that Mr Cook wub one of many who rendered splendid services gratui tously during the campaign, but resolutely declined to be recompensed for a»y of his expenses or to be remunerated in any way. Probably un account of his success many sup porters of the other side said Mr Uook WB3 a paid organiser, but he was promised nothing, and would take nothing even for his out-of-pocket expenses. During the campaign mr Oook travelled to Bright, Tallangat'a, Ckiltern, Granya, and many other districts, entailing much expense. As he resolutely declined any recompense his friends decided to ask hitn to accept a memento in the form of a gold uiedal burring the inscription : " To Mr R. Oook for services rendered to the ...

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ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 April 1914

ASSOCIATION MEETING. The adjourned meeting of lli- del« gates to the Ruther>ilea District Foot- I ball Association was hold at McKay's hotel, Rutherglen, on Wednesday, April 8, the president (Mr Donehy) occupying the chair. Clutis were re presented by the following delegates : ^Messrs Delaney and Lauipitt (Al bury), Taylor and Brearley (Border United), W. Leahy and C. Leseberg (Howlong United), Muir and Fuller , ton (Lake Rovere), Wilaon and Halla han (Mount Ophir), Allan and Sheri dan (Rutherglen.) A letter waa received from the sec retary of the Balldale club, intimating their intention of coming into the association again this year. Mr Lesebersj explained that siuce last meeting his club had met, and decided to join forces with Howlong. The application for admission by Brown's I'iains would be withdrawn. Mr Leahy then, on behalf of hi* club to be kuowu as Howlong United, made application for admission iutu the association, which was ({ranted on the motion of Mr Taylor, seconde...

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ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 April 1914

ORDINARY TKLEGRAMS, Town and suburban, within proscribed limns, or within lifteon miles front the Bending station, including address and wignattire, not exceeding 16 words, 6d ; each additional word Id. Othor places within tho Stolo, oxcopl mutiuturu, not excoodmtf JLO* words, oacli additional word Xd, Interstate.-From any one Stnto to another, including address and signature, and not exceeding 10 words Is ; each ad ditional word Id. On telegrams to and from Tasmania the charges are thoBu mentioned above, with cable charges added, which at the present timo is £d per word. Double the foregoing rates to ho charged for the transmission of telegrams on Sun day, Christmas Day, and Good Friday and for " Urgent" telegrams. Tho foregoing rates are1'exclusive o porterage charges

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 April 1914

POSTAL NOTES. I'ostal Notes may bo obtained at any 1'ost Ullicn in Victoria Hours of pay imint 10 ii.in, to (*> p.m. The following aru the denominations of the notes, anil tliu poundage, or the prico charged fa thom :-1B, Ad ; Is Gd, ^d ; 2a, Id ; 2s (id Id ; 3a, Id ; Us Gd, Id ; 4s, Id ; 4s Gd, Id; 5s, lid; 7a (id, 2d; 10a, 3d; 10 Gd, 3d ; Ins, 3d ; 20a 3d..' MONEY ORDEHS. United Kingdom, and other^" British Possessions und Foreign Countries, Gd for each t'i or fraction of £'1.

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 April 1914

isPORTlNU. A bicycle road race from Chiltern to Laurie's and back twice was run on Saturday last. The distance was about 12 miles, and T. Moon, who had two minutes start, was first, J. da Piazza (2 miu) second and F. Martell (2 min) third. Tbo time wbb 42 minutes. The Albury Racing Ulub will hold its (Jup Meeting on Wednesday and Thursday next, April 22 and 23. Tbe sppcial train arrangements are an nounced elsewhere. The nominations to haDd are a big lot and pitrons of horse raciug will find plenty to amuse them in the two days' racing. At the Bapcliworth rac<8 on Mou day, the Chiltern jockey, W. Martin, was called before tbe stewards and severely cautioned as to bis riding of Miss Daphne in the Town Plate, the president explaining that the stewards wero determined to keep the sport clem and above suspicion on the Beechwortb course. Tbe gate takings at tbe Beeohworth races totalled i>116 33, which is con siderably in advance of the previous two Easter meetings and abou...

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RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 April 1914

KATES 10F COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in Victoria, Any sum nut over £5, (id ; ovor £5 but nut over £10, Is ; over £10 but no over £J!>, Is lid ; over JL'lfj, but dot over £'20, 2 Muuuy Orders by Telegraph. To Netr South Walos, Quoonsland South Australia, Tasmania, and Perth (Western Australia) : Charge fur a uios .sage in addition tu above rati'B. Ordersl payable in New South Walos, Queensland, South Australia, Now Zea land, Tasmania, and Western Aus tralia. Not over £2, Od ; not ovvr £5 Is ; not ovor £7, Is lid ; not over £10 2b ; not ovor £12, 2s (id ; not over £15, 3s; nut ovor £17, lis (id; not over £20, Is. PACKETS, ETC. Preparation for Post. 1'ackotn may be sent through tho post without a cover (but not fastened with apyt fnng adhesive, such as fiurn, postage olu) ; in « uovur entirely open at 0110,01111 ur aido (if the cover be slit, the opening must bo of llu* full extent, of the und or Bide, and the contents must be easy of withdrawal.) the euver may bear tho Bonder...

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