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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 April 1914
ALBURV RACING CLUB. SPECIAL TRAINS CUT MKKTINU. Wednesday and Thursday, April 22 &. 23, 191% QIMOCUL TRAIN'S WEDNESDAY, O April 22, will leave-Henalla 8.45 ii.ii]., Glenrowun O.Jo. Wmigftratta 10.,'JO, Springhurpt 11.10. Chiltern 1 l.Uo, Uur nawartlia 11.48, Wodonna 12.15. Wall, gunyali 10.20, Uubhorglcn 10.155, connect at Springhurst. Special Trains lenvu ARmry 1.15, 1.15, 2.12 for Racecourse on April 22 and 2!i. Holiday Excursion Farts. 15HTU UN" Special Train leaves Albury Thursday, April 23, at 7.25 p.m. Owners and Trainers arc required to lodge applications with local Kailway Stations for horse boxes. J. NOlliuAN HAY. Secretary. WANTED all Outstanding ACCOUNTS settled before the end of April. J. H. CATHIIO, Cbiltern. Chiltern and district Football Association. APPLICATIONS are invited from Koot bnJl Oubi wishing to join tho above Association. Applications must be lodged with the Secretary no! later than 7 pm. on WEDNESDAY, April 22, when a meeting will he held at tho Co...
CRICKET. [?]GLEN DISTRICT V COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 17 April 1914
CRICKET. ItL" I J!P.!UJl.»fcN titSTHlCl V COLLINttWOOD. Thu Collin^wood orickotors paid a vnil to liutbor^jcn during the holiday* and aiel a combined team from tho Rukbergion Ao^ocia eioti at Barkly park on Good Friday and Saturday. CollioK^oorl woni lo ibe wiakoia ti*>t unci koocko&lt;V up 42M7, Vho loe&le rcupood ing with 206. A aeaond innings WAS com mcnood by the visitors but was not completed. Scorets: Cullingwnod-First Innings. A. Mutch, o Hiskine, b Heady S. Hasting, c Bailer, b Sullivan ,. 36 A, Brown, b Grantham .. ..57 J. Rydor, l> Sullivan .. .. ..11 J. Roberts, c Sullivan, b Grantham J. Wilkinson, o Sullivan, b Grantham .. R. Erringtou, c Bracbe, b Grantham .. P. Gibba, not out .. .. ..28 E. Brown, c and b Heady A. M'Speerin, c Granthan, b Sullivan .. J. McMillan, st Clarke, b Baxter .. 12 Sundries, .. .. .. 0 Total, .. .. .. 'I'll Bowling-W. Sullivan, 3 wicket* for 69 runs; F. Grantham, 4 for 41; B. Brachs, 0 for 36; C. Ready, 2 for 61) ;* 11. Bugg...
BARNAWARTHA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
1.ARNAWAHTHA CI.L'll. Mr E. J. Baxter presided over a meeting of about -0 member* at Brockelbank's hotel, on Monday evt'uin^. Messrs C. Ehiuus, J. Kyait ami J. Checsley were appointed a selection committee. The election of captain was lield over till the first match. It. was decided to have a practice game 011 Saturday, May '1. The Uvens imtl Murray Football Association are inviting applications for positions ot central umpires at a fee of £L 10s per match. Applica tions will be received by the secretary, Mr Curtis Dreuen, Kuther^lRii, up till April 28. The footbull season was opened in Curowa ou Saturday when teams from Like Rovers and Bonier UniLod tried conclusions. TtiH game was a good one and resulted in a win for th&lt;; Rovers by 3 gods 3 boliiudb' to 1 goal 8 belauds. A scratch mat:h will bo pi lyed in tho Chilt"rn park on Saturday, when it is hoped that all intending players will turn up to get in form for the approaching contest. At a meeting of tho Wodonga foot ba...
CHILTERN CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
CHlLTKltN* CLUB Tim ad.jou'iied annual meeting of the above WHS field (it the Cuuncil Club hotel, Chiltern, on Saturday night last. Tln:ro were about 2b members iind supporters present, and President. Cannon occupied tho chair. The chairman said it rested with tluisu p-e.S' iit to say wli. tlier they intended to have a team this season. A football club was. a good thing for any town, and as thorn were a yreat many who were unavoidably absenr, who would H'V,J '?'"Jul every assist ance, there was no reason why a yood combination should not be put oil the field. Last year's secretary was absent, but lie understood I hero was a credit uf iil 10s tu the club. At this stasis Mr Cannon vacated the chair, and Mr Whitehead was chosi.'ii chairman for llio election of nrcsiflprit. Rlr i£. Scott moved, and Mr II. McLean seconded, that Mr Cannon be re-elected president.-Carried. Mr Whitehead welcomed Mr Can non us piosident and hoped the seaaou would l)o a good one. Mr Cannon, in loturniii!: thu...
FOOTBALL. CHILTERN AND DISTINCT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
FOOTBALL. CHILTERN AND DISTINCT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. A meeting of delegates of the above was held at Cannon's Council CiuU hotel, Cliiltern, on Wednesday oveninu last. Present: President Cannon, and Messrs Brockelbank and Draper (Bui nawartha), King and ICuschert (Mt Ophir), Canninj and D jnovau (Spring hurst), McKny and Uieen (Xiuas town), Lafranchi and Neville (Cbil tern), and \V, J. Fox (secretary). Mr Ring, on behalf of Mt, Ophir club, stated that they had definitely decided t&lt;> throw in their Kit with tin Cliiltern aud district nssociiti 111. The president said In: was suro that all present were delighted to seo Mt. Ophir in the field, and hoped the season would be a successful one. 'I he rules wero then carefully gone through, and, with a few alterations, were adopted. Mr Cunning mover), and Mr Ring seconded, that in the event of a protest beiuz entered the club losing same forfeit £1 Is, and that no protested matches bo played over again. Carried.. .Mr Neville ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
HOW DYSPEPTICS CAN EAT WHAT THEY WANT WITH OUT PAIN. In the vast mojorily of cases, states a leading specialist, indigestion, dyspepsia, and other so called stomach troublefl aro in no way due to tho fault of tho etoninoh itself, buj almost entirely to fermentation of tho food contents and tho resultant formation of acid and Ras which irritate and inflame tho delicate lining of tho stomach, and un naturally distend the stomach walls, causing displacement of tho vital organs and dangerous pressure on tbo heart and lungn. Ho estimates that 9H per cent of all etomaob pains, either acuio nr cbrooio, aro directly or indirectly duo to acid fermenta tion ; all of which ho has proved oan bo avoided by neutralising the acid and stopping tbo fermentation by room*) of a simplo ant ncid known among and obtainablo from all chemists under the name of bisurated mag nesia ; half ft teaspoonful in a little wator, immediately after eating, effectively proven tin^ tbo subtest indicati-m of fermentatio...
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. Town and suburban, within prescribed limits, or within fifteen miles from the* sendiug station, including address and signatury, not exceeding 10 wordB, Gd ; each jcdjtioriiil word Id. Other placoH within tlio Stnto, oxcopt town uud tjuliurbau, including ivddroaa and ai^uuture, not exceeding 10 worda, Od ; each additional word Id. Interstate.-From any one Stato to another, including address and signature, and uot exceeding 10 worda la j each ad ditional word Id, On tilegrams to and from Tasman: ? the charges are those mentioned above, with cable charges added, which at the preseni time ia Ad per word. Double the foregoing rates to bo charged for the transmission of telegrams on Sun day, Christmas Day, and Good Friday and for 41 Urgent" telegrams. The foregoing rates are'* oxcluaivo o porterage charges
Farewell to Mr and Mrs Ashford at Howlong. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
Farewell to Mr and Mrs Ashford at Howlong. On Tuesday evening, April 13, ft l.irije number of friends of i\lr and Mrs Ashford HHsewbled tit Uie Howlon^' | School of Arts for tlio purpose of j tendering n suilabie fend-off >o tliem prior lo their departure from the district Mr W. Murdock presided, and said th.it Mr Ashford was 0110 of tlioir councillors wliu had given up his own time in order to serve the public. He wrtu ujcctud fur three terma. lie was preaidunt of the shire, aud during his time iu the chair the new bridge over tho Murray River near Howlong was opened. He was also president of the Railway League, and it was hard to loan a man like him from the district. It gave him yreat pleaBure to preside at the meeting. Mr VV B. Hamilton endorsed the chairman's remarks. Mr Ashford had always carried out his duties faithfully and had always been willing to leave liis own work to attend to his public duties. Or W. Leahy was present with miiii'led feelings of pleasure and regret....
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notes may bo obtained at any Uuat Oilice in Victoria llourfl of pay ment 10 a.ui. to 5 p.m. The following are the denominations of the notes, and tho poundage, or tho price'charged fo' them :-la, Ad ; Is (3d, Ad ; 2s, Id ; 2g Gd Id ; os, Id ; iis Gd, lef-; 4a, Id; 4s Gd, Id j Da, lAd ; 7a (id, 2d ; 10a, i3d j 10. Gd, !Jd '} Ins, od ; 20a 3d.' MONEY ORDERS. United Kingdom, and othor^" British Possessions and Foroi^n Countries, Gd for uach £1 or fraction of £1. .
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
WEDDINGS. ALDHIDGE-PAGE. A quiet but pretty wedding was celebrated on Saturday evening, 28th March, by the Rev. G. E. Larnble, at St. Stephen's Church of England, Richmond, when Mr Ernest Aldridge, youngest son of tho la'e Mr Thomas and Mrs Aldridge, of " Longvue," Springburst, WHS married to Miss Amelia Page, eldest daughter of the late Mr Blackall Paje (better known .as Bob Page who was cooper at Bill son's brewery about 20 years ago and for several years captain of the Beech worth Football Club), and Mrs Thomas, of Brunswick. The bride was given nway by her brother, Mr R. Page. The bridesmaids were Miss Beatrice ThomaH and Miss Annie Aldridge. Mr "George Aldridge was best u)iu, and Mr E. A. Thomas groomsman. A wedding tea was held at Victoria Cafe, Bridge Road, Richmond, whee the usual toaBts were proposed and honored. Afterwards the happy couple left for a brief houeymoon. DUJfJiB-UEID. A quiet weddina took place at St. Patrick's Church, Wangaratta, at 7 ;S0 o'clock ou liastor M...
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY HKSSJONS, Beechworth-D;xil} Heimlla-Daily liethanga-Every Wednesday., Cliiltorn-Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday .Eldorado-Every Wednesday. Kiowa-First Wed. each month Myrtloford-Evory Friday. Uutherglen-Evory Monday, Wed nesday, atul Friday Tallangalta-Every Wednesday - Wodouyu-Every Thuraday Wanyara t ta -Dai ly Wahgunyuh-Every second Friday, Yackandandah-Every Monday.
RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in Victoria, [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
KATES 10F COMMISSION. Alouuy Orders Payable ia Victoria, Any sum nut over £5, (id ; over £5, but not over £10, la ; over £'10 but no' over £15, la Gd ; over £lf>, but not over £20, 2 ^Monoy Orders by Telegraph. To Now South Walea, Queensland. ?South Australia, Tasmania, and Peril) (Western Australia) : Charge for a mea aago in addition to abovo rates. OrdersJ payable in New South Waloa, Queensland, .South Australia, New Zea land, ^Tasmania, and Weatorn Aus tralia, Nut over £2, Gd; nol over £5. la; not over £7, la (id ; not over £10 'J.i ; nut over £12, 2a (id ; not ovor £1D, on ; not over £17, 3a Gd; not over £20, -la. PACKKTS, K'J'C. Preparation for Post. Packoln may bo tumt through tUo \iont WUlmut t* ctjvbr ^l>ui not ItiateneU Willi any tiling adheaive, sucli as guu), poBlago stamp, sealing wax, etc) ; in a eover entirely open at onotenu or side (if the cover be alit, the opening inuat bo of the full extent of tho end or aide, and tho eontentij must bo easy of withdrawal.) ...
WANGARATTA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
WANCiARATTA RACES. The Cup meutiu;; of tho Wangaratta (urf club was held ou Saturday. Uesults : Maiden Plate, five furlongs-A. F. Cullen's Coquetdale, 7 2, I ? Poailipo, 8.7, 2 ; Lady Trilock 8 7, 3. Wou by half length. Time, lmiu 3 l.yseo. Handicap Hurdlu Race, about two tnileg-M. Flynu's Mallet, 10 9, 1; Nodrap, 10 3, 2. Nine of Diamonds also started, but toll at die last hurdle. Wou by two lougths. Time, 3tuiu 58sccs. Welter Handicap, Bevuti furlongs B. Hoysted's Safeshot, 9 9,1 ; Laisaer Aller, 9 ?}, 2 ; Nuerod, S 7, 3. Won by half a lougth. Time, lmiu jIsbcs. WaDgaratta Oup, one mile and a quarter-E. Davis' Belfast, 7.2, 1 ; Polly Brown, 9.1, "J, Auona, 7.5, 3. Wou easily. Time, 2miu 11 1 oaeos. Trial Handicap, eix furlonga-F, Hoyated'a Posilipo, 7-li, 1 ; Safeshot, 8.12, 2;Barbird, 8.1, 3. Won by one and a half lengths. Time, lmiu 17 1 osecs. Flying Handicap, aix furlougB-D. Donovan's Brown Pan, 6.11, 1 ; ArioBo, 8 9, and Bouchal Machree, 9.7, dead hear, 2. Won by a head. Time...
Local Railway Service ALBURY TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
Local Railway Service ALBURY TO MELBOURNE. xnu express leaves Alburj. (Sunday excepted) at 8.17 o.rn, leaves Wodonga 8.26 a.id, leaves Barnawartha 8.44 a.iu, leaves Cbiltern at S.5S a.m, Springburst 9.13 a.m, Wangaratta 9.38 ii.m, and arrives inMelbourne at 1.50 p.m A 'train leaves Albury daily (Sun days excepted) at 2.52 p.m, leaves Wodoiiga at 3.5 :p.ui, leaves Barna wartha at 3.28 p.m' leaves Cbiltern at 3. 40 p.ui, leaves SpringhurBt at 4.5 p.m, leaves Wangaratta at 4.37 p.m, leaves Benalla at 5-35 p.m, leaves Seymour at 8.33J p.ui, and arrives at Me.bourne 3t 11.8 p.m A ttain leaves Melbourno daily at G.15 a.m, leaves Benalla at 11.25 a.m, lvavca Wangaratta at 12,17 p.m, leaves^Springhurst at 12.49 p.m, leaves Cbiltern 1.8 p.ui, Barnawartha 1.20 p.m, Wodonga 1.45 p.m, and arrives at Albury 1.53 p.m An oxpress train leaves Melbourne daily (Sundays excepted) at 4 p.m, leaves Benalla at 7.46 p.m, loavea Wan'saraltu at S.30 p.m, leaves Springburst at 8.57 p.m, leaves Chil« tern at ...
CHILTERN GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
CH1L.TERN GOLF CLUB. A committee meeting of the above was held at the town hall, Cbiltern, on Tuesday evening. Present : Messrs (J. T. Martin (president), J. H. Ger raty, W. Stach, W. Walatab, M. Brann, E. Martin and the secretary (0. D, Martin.) An invitation was received from tho Wangaratta Golf Club to opening ceremony on Saturday when a mixed foursome competition will be played, Mr J. 11. Uerraty offered to provide for one year the " Australian Golfer Journal' for tho bonetit of member*, same to he left cm the table of the club bouao-A hearty vote of thanks was accorded Mr Gerraty for his generosity. The premises of Misa Enright, ad joiuing the golf paddock, have been obtained as a clubhouap, and the neces sary alterations are to be made forth with. Local rules were revised and secre tary instructed to post same at club boutie. It waa decided to make the neces sary alterations so as to bring the course into uniformity with surround ing clubs, the Beoretary and captain to' make t...
CLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Close season for Game, etc. The whole year [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
CLOSE SEASON IN VICTORIA. Close soaaon for Gamo, eto. The whole year All Australian Fauna, with the excep tion of Snakes, in the National Parks' .Hid Public Gardens ; Acanthizro ot Tits ; UhHiIkb, Beo-eatera, Bittorna, Black 1-:i11 oa, Black Swana, Black-tailed or HiH'l -l tbbler Parrots, Bronze-winged i d i.'her Wild l'igeona, Buatard or W ild Turkey, Califomian Quail, Cater catchers, Ephthiunuraa or Chats, Fnntails, Coucb-whip Bird, Cranes-all birds known aa Cranes, auch oa Kfjrota, Herons (except tfio Native Companion or .Australian Crano), Cuckooe, Cuckoo ahrikers, Deer, Doves (Java Turtle), Doves (Wild), Emus, Fiy catchers, Frog ii'nutli or Podargua and Mopokes, (liuucnl a Family (all membera of), Ibia, Kan sin oa (black-faced or Malleo (Macro pus Mi anopa), Kangaroos (largo grey, M.icropi a Giganteus), Kangarooa (larg rbiV-.M oropua Kufua), KingOahors-all kinds, including tho Great King fisher or Laughing Jackass, Larka (in cluding Cincloraniphua and Pipits), hyiu nird, Magpie...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
&PORTINU. By all appearances this present season with the (JhiUern Golf O.ub promises io be a record one. Tho membership roll it! increasing and a' number of promising youuu players have commenced practice. The courso has been rearranged bo as to bring it into uniformity with surrounding clubs. Several bunkera will bo added and the total length will be increased. A new elub houso has been obtaiued and a number of styles and seats erected. Matches with Oorowa, .Rutherglen, Albury, and Beechworth are beiog arranged. The monthly medal will as usual be played for. Mr J. Ryan and Mr E. A: Keller bavo donated trophies for competition and others are spoken of both for ladies and pents, and with a ' championship of tho club," played before tho eud of season, the greens will bo kept livoly and tho most ardett of golfers citered for. Tho Chilteru owned 'pony, Miss Kathleen, ran second to Lirtle Jack in the Novelty pony race at Avenel races on Tuesday. Miss Kathleen is now to be taken ...
COUNTY COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
COUNTY COUKT.S. Boochworth-Thursday, Miiy 28 Tuesday, August -1 Thursday, October 1 Benalla-Tuesday, July 7 Tuesday, September 1 Wednesday, -November 4 Bright-Tuesday, April 7 Thursday, November 20 C hiltorn-Tuesday, May 20 Thursday, August 0 Tuesday, JJoveutber 24 \Vai)f;at.itta-Wednesday, June 24 Thursday, September 3 Thursday, December 3 Wodonwa-Thursday, May 14 Thursday, Auyust 27 NOTH-Courts of lusulveucy aro hold at places appointed uu Baino dittos as County Courts and Courts of Mines, Courts of Insolvency at Boechworth, Benalla, (Jhiltcrn, Wanyaratta, Woduuga, and Yatrawoii^a