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Help in Cases of Accident. BURNS AND SCALDS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
Help in Cases ol Accident. I - i JJUKNS AND SCALPS. Cover with cooking soda, and .ay wet clothes ovex it, whiles of eggs and olive oil, olive and linseed oil, Hour and mixed chalk and whiting IJItOW.N'ING. 1. Loosen cloLhiutj, if auy 2. Empty lungs of water by laying body on its stomach and lifting it up l»y iWiiiiiHIu ho lUat tlu*. hcati tmiicb I ilown ; jerk tho body a few timus il. Pull tongue forward using hand kerchief or pin with string if ncces sary Jmitate motion of respiration by iherimteiy compressing and expand ing the lower ribs about twenty times ;i uiinule. Alternately raising ami lowering the arms from the sides u| ihove tin; head will stimulate th> .ictiou of the lungs; let it bo dom ' gently but i>t:re-i«ti!utly i 0. Apply warmth and friction to ! extremities 6. My holding the tonguo forward closing (lie nostrils, and pressing the " Adam's apple" buck (so aa to close entrance to stouiacli) direct inflation can b tried. Talco a deep breath and breathe it freely...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
A. P. BEXESE, Proprietress, BEGS to notify the residents of Cliiltern and district that alio has taken over the management of this old established and well-known hostelry, and hopes by running it oh up-to-date linos to merit a continuance of support. Tho Oldest Established Commercial Hotel in the District. Ales, Wines, Spirits aud Cigars of the First Quality. Hot and Cold Baths. Billiards Crawford & Co's Stables. Always a Good Glass of Ale at this hotel. Best brands Liquors, Cigars, &c. The Is Meal a specialty. First-class Accommodation. Five Largo- Koomy Loose Buxei:, Eight Open Stalls, Free to public. .. -/'is $1 v^V S'l "viii ?o' iSCilii ttCN tki m 3K M A M S A. W AB6T13. A. II THE ISFORTING HOUSE OF THE DISTRICT p ^ (Under New Management.) ^3? m J. H. Brockelbank, Proprietor, Ben* tu announce lu the residents of Barnawartha and Surrounding .District timt In* lias taken over the license of the above hotel, and trusts by strict attention to business to merit a fair...
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
TO ALL TH1£ AUSTRALIAN STATES. Loiters-For every Aoz or under 0 1 Post Cards-Stumped on Cards... 0 1 Letter Cards to j^ew South Wales, South Australia, Tasmania, Queensland, West Australia, Now Zealand and,Kiji ..,01 Post Cards, Reply Post Cards, Packet*, liuokB, Newspapers, Registration Fee, same aa for places within Victoria Parcel Post-For every parcel of lib or under ... ... 0 8 Fach additional lib or under (up to 111b) ... ... ... 0 (i ltateu to the United Kingdom and Fo reign Countries. Letter;]-For every Joz or under 0 1 Post Cards-each ... ... 0 1 Kcply Post Cards-each ... 0 2 Newspapers-lozj Id, each ad ditional ... ... 0 0J Commercial Papers-2oz iid, «loz UAd, Ouv. Id, 8oz 4£d, lOoz 5d, then every 2oz to 51ba. ..0 1 Printed Papers, other than netvb- , papers, for every 2oz or under up to filb ... ... ... 0 1 Patterns and samples-For every 2ov. or uuder up to 12oz ... 0 1 Registration Fee ... ... 0 3 Acknowledgment of delivery of a registered article ... ... 0 2J Parcels Po...
[?]OST AND TELEGRAPH RATES RATES FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA, [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
I I UST AND TELEGRAPH RATES KATiiS FOlt J'LACtiS IN VICTORIA, Letters-Half ounco or undor ... 0 For every uunco ... 0 Urgent Letters-For each Lettor in addition to ordinary poaiago 0 Luto fee ... ... ., 0 Pucketa-Commorcial and printed papers, maximum weight filba, dimensions not to exceed 2ft in length, 1ft in depth or width, for every 2oz, or fraction thereof ..." ... ... 0 ttcriiB and samples, pnekots of merchandise, etc., maximum weight lib; dimension not to cxceed 2ft in length, ono foot in depth or width ; rate of poat for every 2oz or fraction .hereof ... ... ... 0 books-For every ioz or under Nuwspuporn-For unch nuWBpapor 0 Newapapera.^ magazines and publications not published in the Commonwealth, 2uss ... 0 LJost Cards-each ... ... 0 Reply Post Cards-each ... 0 Letter Cards-2 for ... 0 Registration fee ... ... 0 Parcel lib or under ... ... 0 Parcel, each extra lb or under ^... 0 d 1 2 G 1 1 1 04 01 1 2 2 3 6 3
How to Injure Your Town [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
How to Injure Your Town j HUM it down to visitors. Go to other places for your supplies. Look sorry when a stranger talks to you of buying property in it. Kefuac to see merit in any schemo unless ! yon uro 41 big-doy" in it. ! Don't invest. Show your distrust by re | fu^iiuj to !uy out any y.,". , nei^littur, without knowing tho facta. i Cut those whom in your vanity you think j beneath you, and split up into classed and 1 cliques. IMubo to advertise in your local paper, nnd to j»ivo it your printing orders to exccntc. People sum up your town from its advertise* luent nhuet. Th^n yon will effectually damn, your town 1 and district.
WHY HAIR FALLS OUT. THE CAUSE—AND ITS PREVENTION. DR N. DUCLAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
WHY HAIR FALLS OUT. THE CAUSE-AND ITS PBEVENTION. DK N. DUCLAUD. Your hair falls out, either beoaueo the roots shrivel up and die, or becQuso the scalp roluxea and loosens its hold upon tho hair roots. This ib almost invariably duo to dandrtiff gorms which rob the hair of its nutrition, actually starving it to death. To 6top falling hair and prevent total or partia1 baldness tho dandrufT germ must be destroyed. For this purpose, physicians, and hair ?pc oiatists now invariably prescribe a lotion composed of 4 dram menthol crystals, 3ozn of buy rum, and ono ounce of lavona de composfo. Hub well into tho scalp with the tinger tips, and every dandruff germ will bo destroyed within two or three days. Tho hair will stop falling out and begin to grow at un amazing rato, and brittlo and scanty hair will quickly beoomo soft, glossy nnd luxuriant. Tho results following tho use of this formula aro so truly remarkable that I strongly advise every reader whaao hair falla uut to ^iyu it a trial ...
HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN Talk about it. Write about it. Uuy alityou cun in it. Kemeinber that by assisting tradoamen, )OU help the place along. Purchase and assist your local paper, and by so doing you fulther tho bes interests of the town. Treat strangers with the utmost courtesy nd hospitality, so that they may tuko away good impressions of it. Elect good, reliable men to all public positions, not because they strain themselves for popularity, but on account of their stamina and trustworthiness. Keep the money in the placo. Sell all you can and buy all you can at home. Tho men who have invested in stores, workshops, and other business places are building up the town, and tln-y should be encouraged. Remember that in giving the local news paper oilier. the preference for your job printing orders, yon aro helping in the advancement of your town, as the newspaper is thereby helped. Where the nowspaper staff are working day nnd% night for the advancement of your town, the ordinary job pri...
ALBURY RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
ALBURY RACINQ CLUB. Tin' Allmry Kacinjr Club opened their Cup meeting im Wednesday. Results : First Hurdle Ktiee, Inn miles QiiL'ilony\ 10.10, 1 ; -Mullet, 10.(J, '2: Whitefoel, 1 &lt;.0, Won comfortably. Time, omiii. SI! 2.5sees. Maiden Plate, si\ furlonjf.s-Nee rod. 8.12, I ; Pan!_ruard, 8.,"), 2: Problemalit-, fS.T), 8. Won by u short beiiil. Time. lmin. I!) 2.r>secs. Tabletup Stakes, five i'tirlon^ts .Saluc, IMl, 1 ; .ladnii, 7.0, '2 ; Sir Hushby. 8.0, ii. Won easily. Time, lmin. I8sei's. AI bury Cup, one mile nuil three furlongs - Polldook, S.0, 1 ; I 'oily Hrown, 8.1*2, 2 ; Harvest Moon, 8.7, ,'5. Wun by a neek. Time, '2min. Sti.l sues. Ladies' Bracelet, seven furlongs .Noogoora, S'.T>, 1 : -Bright Moon, 8.'.'. '2: iiebo, 8.10, u. Won by ball' n length. Time, lmin. !!2 1.5sees. Autumu Mandieap, six Furlongs AVill Mae, S. 12, and Mr Sim, 7.0, dead heat for first; Delhurst, 7.0, li. In the ruu-olT AVill Mae wun easily. Time, 1 iniii. ltij,sees. Archbishop Kelly, in...
Phases of the Moon 1914. March [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
Phases of the Moon 1914. March First quarter-Thursday 5 Full moon-Thursday 12 Lust quarter-Thursday 19 Now moon- Friday 27 April First quarter-Saturday -1 Full moon-Friday 10 Last quarter-Friday 17 New moon-Saturday 'JO May Kiitt quarter-Sunday 3 Full moon-Sunday 10 Last quarter-Sunday 17 New moon-Monday 25 J uno First quarter-Tuesday 2 Full moou-Monday 8 Last quarter-Tuesday 1G Now moon-Wednesday 21] J uly First quarter-Wednesday 1 Full moon-Wednesday t> Last quarter- Wednesday ,15 Now moon-Thursday 23 First quarter-Thursday 30 AuuuBt Full moon-Thursday G Last quarter-Friday 11 New moon-Friday 21 First quarter-Friday 28 September Full moon-Saturday 5 Last quarter-Sunday 13 New moon-Sunday 20 First quarter-Saturday 2G October Full moon-Sunday -1 Last quarter-Monday 12 New moon-Monday 11) Firat quarter-Monday 2G November Full moon-Tuesday 3 Last quarter-Wednesday 11 New moon-Wednesday IS First quarter-Tuesday 21 December Full moon-Thursday 3 Last quarter-Thursday 10 Now moou-Thurs...
District Telephone Stations and Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
District Telephone Stations' and Rates. Conversations can bo carried on between Cliiltern anil tho undermen tioned places by telephone, either direct from subscribers' premises or from tho post office,atchar^esnamed: First 3 Additional minutes,1 3 minutes. Allan's Flat ... Sd Gd AlLury ... Id 3d BurnawaVt ha ... 2d 2d Beechworth ... Sd Gd ISenallu ... Sd Gd I'ethanga ... Gd 5d bright ... Is 9d Cliiltern Valley 2d 2d Corowa ... Id 3d Devcnish .. Sd Gd Euroa ... Is 9d iildorado ... Sd Gd i Khden ... Gd 5d | Glenrowan ... Gd .r>d Germanton N" s.w Is 9d liowlong ... Sd Gd Huon ... Gd 5d Jindera n.S.W ... Gd 5d Kyubrain 2s Id Is 9d Koetoiiji ... Is 9d Lowesdale N.s w Is 9d Mooroopna 2s Id Is Oct Milawa ... Sd Gd Melbouruo . 2s id Is 9d Mulwala ... Is 9d Myrtleford ... Is 9d Nftgambie Is lOd la Jd Ha&Sra*5-::: - & Springhurst ... 2d 2d Seymour Is lOd Is Id Swanpool ... lu 9d Turriiwinyt e ... Sd Gd Tailanguttu ... Sd Gd Toeumwal nsw Is lOd Is Jd To wo tig" Is Id la Viol...
CRICKET. DISTKICT ASSOCIATION. FINAL POSITIONS OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
CRICKET. DISTKICT ASSOCIATION. FINAL I'OSITIONH OF CLUllti. I'laycd Won Last Dw'n Points Bamawartha 1G !) 0 7 50 Chiltem 16 8 2 6 *14 SprinRhur6t 10 !) 4 3 42 Mt. Ophir 16 8 3 5 42 Cor.iwa A 1 ti 7 4 5 38 llutherglcu lfi 7 7 2 32 Lake 10 4 10 2 20 Corowa B 16 4 11 1 18 Xmaatown 1G 0 14 2 4 CHILTERN V nUIUEnGLEN. Owing to Hutherglen giving Cbiitern a walkover on Saturday last, the latter team bavo secored second honors on the premier ship list. Barnawartha were firat with 50 points, Chiltorn second with 44, and Mt Opbir and SpriughurBt a tio for third with 42 points each. By a curious coincidence, on Satur day afternoon, The Oliristnin Brother won ths A J.C. Rous Handicap at Ruudwick (N.S.W.) and almost at the same timo a horse named Altar Boy was winning ihn Brush Steeplechase at Epsom, Victoria,
The Federal Standard. ESTABLISHED 1859 With which are Incorporated THE OVENS CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZETTE. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
ESTABLIHHED 1859 With rrhloh aro Incorporated TUB OVENS CONSTITUTION and JJIUKKAY GAZETTE. 1*0 llltlKUKD IflVKUY Kill I) A Y MOHNINO FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1U11. A couple of lluthergleu ludiea had u very i-xciting experience while driv ing to Chiltern Valley to conduct ser vice in the Methodist church an Sun day evening lust. All went well till Lln-y were opposite Mr W. Best's houso when the wheel of the gig collided with a stump, which capsized the vehicle and hurled both occupau's heavily on to the rond. Their cries for help brought Mr Best mid his | family on (o the sci-iie, and when picked up 0110 of the Indies was in a da/.ed condition and WHS sutt'ering from a number of abrasiuns to her facn, while the other was practically un injurod. The horse gallopid, off wilh this gig and went straight over an embankment about 12 feet deep, smashing ihe vehicle to pieces olid badly damaging itself. The part of the road where the accident occurred is very dangerous as it is fairly stud ded with...
CONCERT AT CHILTERN VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
CONCERT AT CHILTERN VALLEY. The annuiil concert, under tlio auspices of tliu Chiltern Valley Church of Ktigland mis held in the statu school, Chiltern Valley, on Friday night last. Ideal weather prevailed, and, in consequence, the attendance was very large. The pro gramme was supplied by artists frum Chiltern, Huthergleu and surrounding districts, and .was one of the best given locally for some time. While tin: items generally were good, special mention must bo made of Miss Hawk ing, whose several items fairly brought down the house. Her beautiful light soprano voice was heard to great advantage and she was encored re peatedly. Mr W. Sullivan was also in line voice, and his rendition of .' A chip olY the old block" was received with loud applause. The Kcv K. (ii'ist presided and the follow ing programme wns gone through : - Overture, Miss Stella Owen; song, Miss Withers ; song, -Miss Mcintosh ; song, Mr Fisher; song, Mr Lo Mar clmnt ; flower Bong, Sunday school children ; song, Mr ....
OBITUARY. MRS ARTHUR ASHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
OBITUARY. MltS ARTlIUIt ASI1T0N. Woid wus received in Cbiltorn on Monday of tho death of Mrs Arthur Aalitou at a private hospital in .Mel bourne, after undergoing tin operation. Deceased, who was 30 years of age, was a daughter of tho late Mr Chas Robinson of Indigo. Shu was highly respected, and leaves a husband aud one child to mourn their loss. The remains were brought to Ghiltern on Tuesday, aiid, after tho arrival of the midday train, were interred in the Chilteru New Cemetery. Rev. Father Lawless otliei-iled at the graveside and Mr A. II. .Smith had charge of the mortuary arrangements. [ .11 US CATHKIil.YE iUNKKII. One by one the pioneers are crossing I he Great Divide, the latest to be added to the list bi-ing Mrs Catherine U inker, who passed away iiftor a short illness at her son-in-law's (Mr Peter Donchi's) residence, Chiltern, on Monday night last, the cause of deatfi being inflammation of the stomach. Deceased was 73 years and was born in Ireland and arrived ill Victoria...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
Commonwealth JgfeBanh of Hustralia HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY This Batik Is open for ill C!»i?m of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS *fc EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Jklw at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Urisbane, Rockhampton, Towniville, and London. Cable remittance* nude to, and drpfn drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign lulls negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the worid. Billi negotiated or fonvarded for collection. Hanking- and Exchange Hiuine«3 of evfry dmcription tramacted within ths Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed depoiiu. Advances mad* against approved pecurities. SAVINGS 'BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits from 1/- to £300. Interest «at 3*. per Annum. Dopoeito or Withdrawals mar be made at anj Branch or Aj«nev within the Commonwealth JAMES KELL Dirtri Governo*. January, 131U. DEM.SON* MILLKK, Gonuoa » Suit YOU, not some other fellow ; suit you in every essential-Fabric, Finish, Cu...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
OJ.OSE HBAftONS FOil FI3U. loot Fish-From 1st September to 35th Decembor inj each year (both dates inclusive) Crayfish-Tbo whole yoar for all lesa than 9 inches iu lenatli, and for Female Cri-y fish from tho lat June to tbo 30th N'ovcinbor (both dates inclusive in eatfh year .English Koach-From 15th Sopterabe^ to lath November. English Trout-From the 1st May to tbo 31st August in each year (both date# nilusive) Gippsla-nd Perch-From 1st August to tho 30th November in each year (both dates inclusive) Murray Bream, Murray Perch, Murray Cod-From tho lat October to the 30th November Ju each year (both dates in clusive ' MINIMUM WEIGHTS 01' FISH. Blacklish, 4ozsMurray Cod, lllbo ; Murray Porch, 8ozs ; Perch, ouza ; Bream aozs ; Silver Bream, 5oza
TENNIS. CHRISTMASTOWN V RUTHER[?]LEN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
TENNIS. nillllKTMAHTOWM V UUTLIKItlil.KN. Olirisliuistown visited Kuthergltiu courts on Saturday to try conclusions with the local club. Tho visitors had a commanding lead when heavy ruin pruvented further play. Afternoon tea was provided by . the ladioa. Scores : Ludies' Doubles. Misses A. Unrrnss and 1'. Oats (G) boat Misses Allinson and E. Hiskins (H), 6-2, 3-G, G-3. Misses E. and F. Peuhalo (C) hunt Miss PaUorFon and Mrs Crano (11), 0-2, 5-G, G-3. Gent's Doubles. W. Sullivan and H. Johns ((J) v Denuis and Highway (U), unliuishcd, 5-3. K. Cunningham and C. Johns (Cj v W. Henderson and Sutcliffe (K), unfinished, 2-2. Totals-Christmastown, 39 garnos ; Iluthergleu, 27 games. At tho Mirboo North races last week the jockey, D. Campbell, had live mounts, und in each race piloted liitj wiuuur.
NORTH-EASTERN RACEC-CLUBS. ASSOCIATION FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
NURTH-EASTERN RACEC-LUJ3S. ASSOCIATION FORMED. A conference of delegates represent ing tho racing clubs of the North Extern district, conveuod by the Wangaratta turf club, was held at Wangaratta on Friday night, to con sider a proposal to form a District Racing Clubs' Association. Mr G. Maxwell (president of Wangaratta turf club) presideu, and there were present: G. Maxwell, W. Callander (Wangaratta), E. J. Baxter (Barna wartha), B. Woodhnad and M'lntosh (Biechwor- h), E. J. Hicks and J as. Tanner (Chiltern),-Ryan and tjiunn (Dookio), Johnsiouand Barry (Moyliu), Commins and G aw ley (Rutherglen), Carver and Ohadwick (St James), M. O'Brien and 1). Donovan (Spruig liurst), Roche and Oonuell (Whorouly), U-ighton and Twomey (Wodonga), Crilly and Gleeson (Yar rawonga), Mullins and Oahill (Yarrawonya St Patrick's R.U), Living, Clem nts, Cuuell, league, Manley, l^enuce, Drs Docker and JlcCardcl (Wau giiratla.) . The chairman explained that the main objects of the origiuaiors of the proposa...
COMMBRCIAL. Flanagan, Newman and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 24 April 1914
COMMBRCIAL. Flanagan, Newman and Co. Messrs Flanagan, Newman and Co. through their auctioneer (Mr Flanagan) held a sa!o of land, horses and cattlc, under instructions from Mr A. E. T. Bartloy, at McNeill's hotel, Barnoivartba, on Monday. The land which comprised 92a 3r 30p was knockcd down to Mr E. H. Burrow# at £5 per acre. A draught fiily, 2 yrs old, was bought by Mr Pleitner for £8/15/, and a brown mare by Windsor was purchased by Mr J. Margery for £5/10/. No oilers were forthcoming for the other mares an J fillies, with #oo&lt;l pedi grees. Cows (dry) wcro sold to Mr T. Hanson at £1/5/; cows in milk to Mr J.k Newbound for JUH; a heifer to Mr W. D. Kyan for £2/10/; yearling bull to Mr W. Clayton for £l/12/(i, and calves purchased by Mr K. Clayton brought 111/. Thero was a fair at tendance but not inucb competition. Mr G. Chambers' clearing bale at Willow Grove, Barnawartha, will tako place on Monday next, the auctioneers being Messrs Flanagan, Newman and Co. The ealo of l...