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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 January 1914

THK CONCKliT. At night u large audience assembled :it tho Slur theatre, Chiltern, to tako part in the concert and thus littin^jly wind lip a most enjoyable day. Tint Hev. J. Brown, of Wungaratta, pre sided, ami apologised for being la'e in starting. The following programme was gone through :-Overture, " The double eagle," Miss Voucher (piano) and A! r 0. Fames (violin); recitation, " Be an good an you can be," Master Cuiin Uatupbt 11 ; song, " Hush me to dreams," Jliss H Mellor ; recitation, " How Soekery socked the hen," Mr Iggsten; song, " The dear old home," Mr H. Dennis; recitation, " Courage," Mr H. Pooley; song, "Under the willow she's sleeping," Miss 11. Cole man ; recitation, " The bachelor's sale," Mr C. Fames; n;ci tatinn, "Xmas Kve," Miss McGann ; song, "The sleeping camp,".Mr A. Fisher; song, "The old brigade," Mr J. Brann (encored) ; overture, " The great divide," MrC. and Miss Fames (violin and piano) ; recitation, " The Wallaby i rack," llev ,1, Brown ; SOUL', " Hoses...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 January 1914

'' SICK HEADACHE. WOMEN SUBJECT TO FREQUENT THKOBKINS BURSTING HEADS " I was recommenc'od by a rulativo to try Dr Morse's Indian Rnot Pills," wri'es Mrs M>iud Long, of ID Albion struct, Brunswick Eait, Melbourno, "being a grea' sulforer from biliousness At times my head was an bad that I could not hold it up, with aches constantly throbbing, and in my pilgrim igo for health or a re spite from these periodical Bilious Attacks 1 took many modicinu3 in vain. Dr Morse'b Indian Root Pilla released mu from my former Attack?, they raado um well quick'y, and I can verify that they banish Biliouaoess after a few doses. f am uevor without them in my homo, and they prove nor family modicina whenever necessary. You can use this testimony, as I consider them a reliable .nedicine." There's many a cause. Men are not often troubled by headaches When they are it is generally due to Hili. uanees or Indigestion. But women have headaches -which seem pecu'iar to their sex, fro quent throbbing headach...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHILTERN METHODIST CIRCUIT. UNITED EFFORT. DEBT WIPED OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 January 1914

CHILTGRN METHODIST CIRCUIT. UNITED F.FFOKT. DEBT Wjl'KD OK It is only on very rare occasions that tlio members of the Chiltern Methodist Circuit appeal to tho general public for financial assistance. Tim Chiltorn church for some time had been in dubt, and tho minister in chargo (Mr Donnis) decided to call the members of his flock togothor for tlio purpose of devising ways and means to pay off tho liability. When the ifiea of holding a spirts meeting was mooted many predicted faduro, but tho minister and a few staunch yup porter-i entered into i lie spirit cf the movement and carried the affair to a successful issue. Hit: sports touk placu on Wednesday afternoon in tin? Chiltern park, mid wore very well attended, visiters b"in^ present from all parts of tho surrounding 'iinlrict. A novel and attractive programme of hori-o and fo-jt nven'Kwas jom: through, ii' il soino elo>e and exciting finishes were witnessed. Muring the day the following gentlemen lent valuable as sistance in ca...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
How to Injure Your Town [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 January 1914

Mow to Injure Your Town Hun it down to visitors. Go to other places for jour supplies. Look sorry when a stranger talkn to you of buying property in it. llefnse to see merit in any scheme unless you are " big-dog" in it. Don't invest. Show your distrust l>y re fusing to lay out any money in it. Let your tongue wag idly about your neighbor, without knowing the fact.-?. Cut those whom in your vanity you .hink beneath you, and split up into classed and eliques. Kefuse to advertise in your local paper, and to give it your printing orders to execute. People sum up your town from its advertise ment sheet. Then you will effectually damn^ your town and district.

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 January 1914

HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN Talk about it. Write about it. Buy' nil you can in it. liemember that by assisting tradesmen, you help the place along. : Purchase and assist your local paper, and by BO doing you further tho bes interests of tho town. Treat strangers with tho utmost courtesy nd hospitality, so that they may take away good impressions of it. Elect good, reliable men to all public positions, not becuuso they strain themselves for popuSarity, but on account of their stamina and trustworthiness. Keep the money in the place. Sell all you can and buy nil you can at hoiue. The men who have invented in stores, workshops, and other business places are building up the town, and they should be encouraged. Remember that in giving tho local news paper oiVice tho preference /or your job printing orders, yuu are helping in the advancement of your town, as the newspaper is thereby helped. Where the newspaper staff art; working day and night for the advancement of vour town, the ordinary job p...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Federal Standard. ESTABLISHED 1859 With which are incorporated THE OVEN CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZETTE. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, JANURAY 16, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 January 1914

EBTAULIHUliD 18ii!> With whloh aro Incorporated THE OVEN OOKKTITDTION atld MURRAY GAZKXI'E. Pi-'iiLiMinir) KVEIIT B'LUDJLT AIOIINI'NU FRIDAY, JANUARY 1 (i, 1U1 I Somi: tiino ago ;i Kuyal Commission wins appointed to inquire into the question of handling wheat in bulk ,\11-Langdon, M.L.A., was chairman of the commission, ami, although re commendations of a certain nature were made, so far they have not been acted upon. If the farmers of Aus tralia wish to compete with tho pro ducers of Canada and other parts of the world tin-11 I hey must l>o up and doing, and it is for our legislators to devise an up-to-date scheme whereby the produce can be liaudled expedi tiously and with the least possible co-t. Tho measure for the bulk handling of wheat, as recommended by tho commission, lias been brought before tho House on sev- ral occasions, but each time it has been bluffed out. Now Mr Watt lias promised to take ibo matter in hand almost imiiiu liately, und it is to be hoped that nothi...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 January 1914

Bereavement Card. liS W. IIAUMGAHTEN ami Family desire to teuder tbeir Sincere Tbiinks to friends for letters of Bympatby und expres sions of condolence during their recent eail bereavement.

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIRE AT CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 January 1914

FIRB AT ChlLTERN. A destructive fire occurred at about 1julf-p;ist four o'clock yesterday afternoon when ilii! four-roomed house occupied by Mr .Imues Cunningham, and owned by the executors of Llio Into A. lvilgnur's estate, situate in Victoria streot, Cliiltern, was com pletely demo'ished, not a thing being saved. Hew thu iiro originated is a mystery an no ono was on tho pre mises at tlio timo. Mr B llaynor'u house escaped but had the wind been blowing from thu south it would have fared a similar fate to 51 r Cunning ham':!. The tire brigade with reel and engine were 011 tho spot quickly but thi't-e was a delay in getting tho hose into play, tho roof of the burning building falling in before a jet ot water could be obtained. Much sympathy is felt for Mr Cunningham at his hiss. The. preiui-es are said to be insured, but Mr O-muinyhaui's loss ' iu not covered.

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 January 1914

3LOSE SKAJ>ON\S ROK FISH, i Blaok Fish-From 1st September to 15th December in. each year (both dates inclusive) Crayfish-The whole year for all less thnn 0 inchT in lencth, and for Female Crayfish from tlio 1st ,Jui o to tho 30tli November (both dates inclusive in each year English Poach-From 15th September to 15th November. English Trout-From the 1st May to the y 1st August in each year (bothj'datefc ? lusivo) Gippsland Perth-From 1e t August K' the 30th November in each year (both dates inclusive) Murray Bream, Mm ray Perch, Murray Cod-From the l»t Octobor to tho 30th November in each year (both dates in clusive MINIMUM WKHillTS OF HslI, Ulacklish, -iozs ; Murray Cad, 1 £[bs ; Murray 1'ercb, 8O;:b ; Perch, Doza ; Bream Oozs ; Silver Bream, fioza

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Close season for Game, etc. The whole year [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 January 1914

CLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Close season for Garao The whole year All Australian Fauna, with tho excep tion of Snakes, in tho Kational Parks and Public Gardens ; Acanthizuj or Tits ; Babbler?, lice-eaters, Bitterns, Black i.'i ckatoos, Black Swans, Black-tailed or 1 ;ci:k-Pebbler' Parrots, Bronze-winged and Sothcr Wild Pigeons, Bustard or Wild Turkey, Culifornian Quail, Cater pillar?] catchers, Kplithianuras or Chats, Fsmtails, Coach-whip Bird, CraDes-all birds known as Cranes, such as Egrets, Herons (except tho Native Companion or Australian Crane), Cuckoos, Cuckoo phrikerx. Poor, Dovna (Java Turtle), Doves (Wild), Emus, F'y catchers, I'rog nujulh or Podar^us and Mopokes, firaucalus Family (all members of), Ibis, Kangaroos (black-faced or Mallee (Macro pus Melanops), Kangaroos (largo grey, Macropua Giganteus), Kangaroos (largo red,'Macropus Rufus), Kingfishers-all kinds, including tho Great King fisher or Laughing Jackass, Larks (in cluding Cinclorain]'liu3 and Pipits), Lyru Bird, Ma...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHIPPET RACING. A POPULAR SPORT ON THE W.A. GOLDFIELDS [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 January 1914

WHIPPET RACING. POPULAR SPORT ONT TUB Vf.A. GOLDFIELDS There is no keener sporting com inunity iu Australia thau is to ba found on the goldfields of West Australia, though, to its credits be it said, this same community does not neglect the more serious tilings of life-as evidenced by the gold Held figures at the last Federal election, and in connection with the Referenda vo'iorf. The whippet" is sometimes facetiously spoken of as the poor man's racehorse. Though whippot racing has been a popular form of sport for probably more than a century in the North of England and Scot land, it was not* until about 1905 that the speedy little animal-(lie is about half the size of a greyhound) made his debut as a racer in Aus tralia. In April of thatypar a Mr Cairns Candy arrived in Kalgoorlie, bringing with bim 16 whippets, .and Hiuco then the sport on the Kalgoorlie fiuId has won so much favor that there are now over 100 racing whippet owners, and tho E.G. Whippet has run its 156th Club Handi...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. WOOONGA MARKET. Younghusband, Row & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 January 1914

COMMbRCIAL. WOOONdA MARKET. Younghusband, Row & Co. Mossra Younfihusband, How am) Co., l'ty., Ltd., report having held their usual fort nightly salo of fut mid storo stock nt their Wodonga yards on Tuesday, January l;j. l'at Cattle.-The supply of fat cattle forward for the day's sale was only moderate, both as to uutuber and quality, almost the whole of the cattle being useful to lightweight do aci'iptioas, with odd prime cows. The atten dance of the trade was better than usual, and competition throughout keen and anima ted ftt prices wbicb showed an advance on those ruling of late. Beat bullocks, from £',)/, £9/10/ to £10/3/; others, from £8 to £3/10/ to £8/15/; prime steers, from £0 to £0/10/ to £7 to £7/5/; host eows, from £0/1(1/ to £7 to £7/10/ to £7/15/; others from £1/10/ to £5 to £5/10/to £0. WsalerB - Only a light supply of voalera to hand, tbo tnaptity of which were lightweights. Prices showed au advance all l'ouod,, Dost from £3 to £3/10/ to £1 to £1/12/6'; J;othe...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Language of the Aborigines. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 January 1914

Language of the Aborigines. A recent article 011 bird culls re ferred incidentally to tho accuracy of the aborigine's uur for Bounds and the aptnPBB of tlio naoiea which they save tho birds, animals and places. The truth is tho language of some of tho tribes of Australia possesses a beauty and malody which have never been as fully appreciated, excepting by the few, as they deserved to be. One reason for this is that- not one white person in a thousand has Injen able to get tho correct pronunciation of aborigines' words. Almost invari ably wn accentuate the wrong syllable -with quite destructive consequences so far as the melody and euphony of the words are concerned, (f one hears au aborigine and the average white person pronounce the same word, it possesses entirely ditlerent values, and one might easily fail to recognise it as "the same word. Some of the words in the tougue of the Woragery tribe-a onco powerful people, who ranged from the M urrumbidgee to beyond the Murray-seem ve...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 January 1914

Let's it over! Something about Groceries and Household Articles, Start tho New Year right by purchauitin all your household supplies bore. Vou will find llio pricns so reasonable that, your Kroccry bills will ho considerably reduced. ThnO 18 a point every economical housewife should curcfully consider. Crockery & Glassware. Accidents will happen and articles of daily use constantly need replacing. When you want anything come in here. Everything needed in the house can bo bought at moderate prices, and, of courso, the quality is good Crockery Ware Tea t ots - Biscuit Barrels Cheese Stands and Fancy Glassware in great variety. prices. You should take advantage of (ho fine selection we ' now have, and paper your rooms. It will not coat much and will effect a big . improvement iu its appearauce. Harvester Oils & Tools. We have the l> st brands of Harvester Oils and a good assortment uf Keliablo Harvest Tools in stock. | GROCER AND IRONMONGER, | | Conncss Street, Chi I...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DRAW [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 January 1914

.'THE DRAW The following is the draw for the | second rouod matches to be played on 1 the ground of the first named club : January 17. Corowa A v Barnawartlia Xmastown v Rutherglen M t Ophir v Springhurst Like v Corowa B Lhiltern, a bye January 24. 1 Rutherglon vChilierh, Spriiighurst v Lake Corowa J3 v Corowa A Bii'riawarllia v Mt Opllir Xmastown, a bye January 31. Ohiltera v Xwasiown Mt Ophir v Corowa B Cocotva A v Springhurdt Lake v Rutherglen Bamawartha, a bye February 7. Corowa B v Bamawartha liutlierglen v Corowa A Xmastown v Lake Sprinsburat v Cliiltern Jit Ophir, a bye February 14. Lake v Mt Ophir Ohiltern v Corowa B Bamawartha v Rutherglen .Oorowa A v Xraastown : . Springhurst, a bye February 21. Corowa B v Springhurjt Mt Ophir v Chiltcrn Lake v Corowa A Bamawartha v Xmastown Rutherglen, a bye February 28. Rutherglen v Springhurst Xmastown v Corowa B Corowa A y Mt Ophir Bamawartha v Cliiltern Lake, a bye March 7 Xmastown v Mt Ophir Springhurst v Bamawartha Rutherglon v Coro...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 January 1914

CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. A mooting of delegates was held at tin.' Slur Hotel, Kuthergipu, on Wtd ni'sduy gve11 i11g, January 7. Present ; Mr il. W. Alien (president), and Yates und McCullum (Lake),. Blowers (Rutherglen), Rewell und Gates (Xmassowu), Donovan and Peatce (S[ii'inghuryt), Johnston and Urierlev (Corowii), Sullivan (Mount Opliir) unci Smith (Chiltern.) An account of oOj for printing rules was passed for payment, oil the motion of Mr Yates, seconded by Mr McOtil luin. The secretary intimated that all subscriptions had to ho paid before commencing the second round, A discussion look place as to the date of commencing ihe second round, Mr Smith (Chiltern) moved that the mutches commence on l"ch J anuary. Mr Blowers moved, ae an umeud nient, that the matches commence on 2-lth. The motion was carried. Mr Johnston thought it would be advisable to send a team to Melbourne to play three matches. He suggested that the team leave the district on the 2nd or 3rd Tuesday in Febr...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAND TAXATION. WHAT IS UNIMPROVED VALUE? [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 January 1914

LAND TAXATION. WHAT IS US1MPR0VE1) VALUE A land valuer of considerable ex perience in valuing for Fedoral and State laud tnxi-B writos on the question of how to ascertain unimproved value Ho says :-My own delinition of un improved value is " thu improved value 1(S3 wlmt it would cost to-day to put the land into its present state." The eoBt would involve the extra cost of labor, diliiculty of ^<'ttin:» labor, and bad labor av, that, time lost, interest involved, d"tine the difference betwten the property its it. is today, " a going concern," and as it would be to-day if absolutely bare of improve ments. We cannot no back to what the land was worth yeats, ago when unimproved, but what it would bring today if unimproved Tho surround ings to-day add to to day's unimproved value-road;1, telephones, telegraphs, railways and population-and also the knowledge we now have, for instance, that if we are dealing with forest lands we now know that by expending, say, from 5/ to 101 an ...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DRY FARMING. FOURTEEN BUSHEL CROP ON 21/2 IN OF RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 January 1914

DRY FARMINQ. FOUUTEEN BUSHISL CUoV ON OF RAIN*. One of tlm observers of the Ooui nionwralth Meteorological Service, who in farming on a large scale at Trail e, iipar Parkes, Now South Wales, iu sending his annual return of the rain fall, makes some very interesting cotnmentB ou the relation between this and the crop returns realised by him. His experience confirms io a moat admirable and comforting manner the theory-now largely translated iu'o practice-thut by proper aod careful tilliiL-o of the soil for the previous 10 or 12 months before seeding fiullicient moisture mny be retained in the sub soil to provide storage upou which the wheat phut ui.iy draw and thrive even ill winters .so diy as to make failure certain under ilu> older methods of cultivation liy tho end of June at. Trulee Rome 15000 acres were seeded. Although from tins time till the crop was h.vrvrsted at the end of November only i-'ijin of rain fell upon it, an average yield of 11 bushels per acre WHS snipped oil'...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Items of Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 16 January 1914

Stems of Correspondents having business with the Fti»LUAL Standard Otlicu are kindly re quested to address tbnir communications to tbeo'lice and nut to individuals*. Mass will be celebrated at tbe K C. Church, ChiUurn, at fc a.m. on Sunday next, 18th January. No tim^o will he held at llama wartlia that day. In 1911 Mi T. L'ullertuu, of Xmablowu, purchased one bag uf Currawa (Pye'd crousbred ^781) wheat from the Dookio (CoUc^o which afterwards produced ton bapd. Laii wjnjer planted eleven acrcs of tho wheat and the Qljief duv he had tho batiyfao tion of tot-injj lt,;j bo^G of an excellent sample of grain of he block. Mecsya V. O'DOHOKIiuq (brown*- Plains) and Uubo sad Hay oX Kuthernlen l|ftVe l)a(* the name satisfactory experience as Mr Fullerton with tho wheat. Mr P« Mc&labou of Spritighurat from HO Hc/eu of lam) sown with Currawa roapod *100 bc'ga grain. For the murder of a nrirrlo J wumau named Edith Molyueux a iuau named Charlia Od^or-5 *?as hanged at tha Fremantlo (W.A.)...

Publication Title: Federal Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BA[?]NAWAR[?]A V CROWA A. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 23 January 1914

IUUXAWA1UUA V COKOWA A. Barnawurtba and Corowa A met 00 the Corowa ground on Haturduy, Barnawartha being In Kruat form with the bat, putting on .J'JO for five wickets. G. Baxter and Cleiu Tnnnur added on H'i for tbu tir^t wiekut, tin* la!lor petting run out for 13. 0. Baiter wao eau:<ht eoon after for 13. J. Bullivan and E. J. Raster put on fifty for tbo third wickot, Baiter being stumped for 3.'}. Henderson and A. DoMamiul ou gettiuR together put on eoventy for tbu tiftb wicket, Henderson hit tinK uot over tbo fenco for six. ID ut tempting the stroke agalu ho was clean bowled bj Brachc for 41. A. DeMatuiol wh*j not out ol> Corowa mude a. fair atart, put ting on 27 for the flrefc wicket. BayJitfb 15, ArmHtroDg 10, Vinceut 16, and^Morgan 27 batted well. The team wau ail oat for 102. Q. Bastur bowled woll for Barney, capturing bis wioketii for thirty runs. Hcor-ja . - Barnawartha. G. Baxter, 0 Yinomt, b Wudo ,, 43 J, Tanner. run out .. .. ..A3 J. Sullivan, 0 Bayiiae, b C...

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