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FEDERAL ISSUES. Selection of Senate Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914
FEDERAL ISSUES. Selection of Senate Candidates. . After many conferences, The People's Party, The People's Liberal Party, and tho- Australian Women's National League have agreed to unite in the pre-election or candiiatvs to contest the six Victorian spate in the Senate should there l» a double dissolution. Every member of any one «t the leagues who is financial a month before the ballot may vote. Nominations will be received by each of tho leagues and ?will be forwarded to a central body which is to arrange for the bajlot. Probably the pre ferential vote will be adopted, and the pre-election will be a little la^r than the 23rd of March, the last, day on which nominations will be received Tho conceited action of the three leagues is a long stop towards the solidarity of tho Liberal Party, with out which victory cannot be won. Whilst Labour h.is a cast-iron or ganisation under which it is imposs ible for two Labourites to opposo cacn other at the polls, it . is not enough that Liberal...
THE DEFENCE ACT. Boys Must Register at 14. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914
THE DEFENCE ACT. Boys Must Register at Captain Sergeant, area officer, Ben alla, requests*us to draw attention to the necessity for registration under Section 142 of the Defence Act 1903 13 He points out that all boys who reach the age of 14 years during the year 1914, no matter where they reside, must register themselves not later than the end of February in accordance with Section 142 of the Defence Act. Those who were born during the years 1894, 1895, 189G, 1897, 1988 and 1899 and who have not pre viously registered are required to do so at once, failure in this respect involves a penalty of £10. If residing moro than 5 miles from a training centre, exemptions from training will in all cases be granted. Forms may b? obtained at all post offices, State schools, or from area officer, Bcnalliiii, to whom all regis trations should ; bc sent unstamped.
PROPOSED NEW HOSPITAL AT ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914
PROPOSED NEW HOSPITAL AT . Ai-BURY. An Albury correspondent -writes : -"Mr Fredk. Flowers, Minister for Health, paid an official visit to [ Albury, on Friday, to inquire into an application for aid in the erection of ,a new hospital, for which £4000 has '-already been collected. The Minister was waited upon by a deputation, which pointed out the claims ot the institution, and asked for a spccial grant. It also asked the Minister to assist in urging the institution's claims on the Victorian Government, as many patients were annually treated from Victoria. The Minister received the deputation favourably, and said if they 6ent down the money in hand, and under took to collect £2000 more, the Go vernment would build the hospital.'*
THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914
TUB RAINFALL. FoHowing are the reoords of tha rainfall since the year 1882: 0 32: .0 16V 0 96 2'35 4 20 ' 2 09. 8 CG 4 74 1 75 4 19 2 60. 1 46 '0 37 1 69 ' 1-83 V 01 2fi4 4-.-2I ?Sv48 . 3r)B5 :i i t ?4'47 I 65 0 85 1 85 0 10 1 SO, 181. 2 RO ?8 39 0 67 .2 22 2'13 2 23 .3 68 1 37 1881. 1 32 2 84 1 32 1 93 2 12 8 BO 1 26 2 29 C 45 1 46 1 26 2 11 1359 0 S 0 43 1 35 45 3 86 6 « , 05 4 86 ; 82 1 44 4 64 1 44 3 89. 4 74 2 51 2.14 - 5 18 6 80 2 07 4 01 2 34 6 00 3 20 2 83 274 0''6l 077 3' 68 3 18 2 94 1 .69 3 01 0 52 0 47 7 05 28 24 I 31 75 44 82 1889 1890 1891 2 44 2 96 006 3 51 8 51 7 77 1 49 6 46 6 40 2 64 2 74 0 60 0 02 2 96 2 78 V.BB 2 15 5 88 4 79 3 84 2 57 4 30 8 41 3 33 43 48 32 49 4 79 0 02 3 16 2 06 1 27 4 01 4 46 2 65 1 S2 2 49 2 78 C 69 , 1892 0 66 1 03 0 25 2 90 3 77 2 41 3.05 5 60 3 85 2 76 3 42 1 70 1 07 0 04; 1 06 3 21 7: 57 7 02. 8 80 3 18; 4.78 ' 4}29 2 41: 2,04 1 12 1 36 5 '45 4 77 2 47; 6 15' ,5:50 3"53, 4 4d 6 69' 0 43 3 60 (;1 40 41 07' 44 5\>
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914
THE LITTLE AMBER BOTTLE. A. FAMILIAR OBJECT IN THOU SANDS OF. HOMES. Tne Kttle amber bottle in which Dr. Morse's Indian Hoot Pills arc packed is probably better known as a familiar object about the home than any otner- bottle of a like kind. It is not thTo as an ornament, but for p r actical every day use. In the best re pulated families the little ills of life will crcep in. Some member of the fam Iv circle may occasionally suffer from Biliousness or Indigestion, and one or the other Will from time to time exhibit the well-known symp toms of Gonstipa t on From these little troubles more serious complaints arise and- 6houlcl, therefore, not be neglected. The slight headache, bad breath, and discoloured tongue, are the index to a disordered stomach, and the necossity of keeping a safe, sure, and reliable remedy in tho house is apparent. By following such a course the more expensive method of calling in a doctor may be avoided. Be your own doctor, prescribe Dr. Morse's Indian Hoot Pil...
NEWMARKET HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914
NEWMARKET HANDICAP. Of 25 sovfe. cach, with 3000 sov&. added ; second, 600 sore ; third. 300 sovs. from tho stake. Six fur longs The following are tho acceptances : -Jolly Beggar, Desire, Nuwara Eliya, Cagou, Lily veil. Cider, Mountain , Princess, Captain White, Aleconner,' St. Medoc, Tadangra. Silver Lad, Gold Brew, Philio, Iownit, Ttofua, Hathlea, Yeneda, Brattle, Widgiewu, Averse, Trixette, Quail* Burn, Re caller, Dhuldul, Avonwort, Sirkar, Miss Gower, Coolagunyah, Yarrien, Upright, Four Flush, Defence, Ethel Buckley, and Charlatan. The race will be run at Flemington to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon, and iray result as follows: Gold Brew ' 1' Nuwara Eliya 2 Cagou 3 ' BEEOH WORTH RACING CLUB. - The annual meeting of Bep.chworth Racing Club is announced' for Mon day night at the board room, Tans well's hotel, at which the report and balance shoot will be receivfttf and of- 1 fleers' elected for the ensuing year. . BUSINESS CHANGE-In another! column of this issue Mr Horace An ...
CITIZEN'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914
CITIZEN'S PICTURES. The factor which in any venturo decides between success arid failure when man h;us dono His utmost to ensure success is often something tri vial, late appearing- and unavoidable. For instance, on Wednesday night last the committee of gentlem'.'n who have generously given their time and talents to the presentation Of a series 'of eight attractive picture entertain ments in Queen Victoria Park with .the object of raising- funds sufficient to qualify for a Government grant of £175 -with which to complete the Gorge road, had made arrangements with a good Arm of operators to show the fine lot of pictures which thoy had secured. Success seemed as sured at 6 p.m. Half an. hour later there was a flash of lightning, one clap of thunder and a shower of rain 'with promise of more. The committee hastily had tlioir plant takon to the Federal Hall. This extra expense and the smaller attendance due to the threatening rain just brought the venture short of the anticipated financ...
RIFLE CLUB NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914
RIFLE CLUB NOTES. v The test for inclusion as Victorian representatives in the Commonwealth Rifle Team to compete at Bisley, England; this year is fixed for the 27tn and 28th inst. Fifteen country and fifteen metropolitan mcmbera have been selected to shoot for the two places. "Hie V.R.A. reserve tho right to select one irrespective of the test Geo. Phillips, Beechworth Hide Club; Alston, Murray River Rifle Club; and Mortimer, Wodonga Riflo Club; are the chosen ones from this part of the State and they should, if well, render a very good account of themselves. Cross, of Collingwood, looks a certainty for one place, the other two will bo strenuously con tested for. District riflemen -would like to see at least one of tho three named selected for the trip. Although 1110 weather has been exceptionally hot this month a good muster turned up to shoot for the McLean trophy. The final shoot for which will take place on Saturday at 600 yards and 700 yards. Interest has been maintained throu...
ACCIDENTS & EMERGENCIES. HAT TO DO TILL THE DOCTOR COMES. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914
£CeiSENT8 & EMERGEN C1E8 HAT TO DO TILL THE .DOGTOB OOMESL . The following useful hints-the ad aption of w!ueh in country places lip. t::3 means of saving human itfc-ha re -been issued by the author ity of the Australian Health Society : There should be in every horns /i place known to every member of 'fiio household (but out of tljo way pf the children) where are kept /ready for immediate use the follow-! ing articles which can bo obtained J from a chemist:-A pair of scissors, . ihreo or four large needles (threaded) p. few prepared bandages, some lint, adhesive plaster, oil silk, cotton wool .for padding-, olive oil, and a bottle pf Boraeic or Carbolic acid solution. fYou are recommended, also, to, jobtain, if possible, practical. instruc tion from a St. John Ambulance As sociation class. Every family should iiave at least one certificated mem ber of the Association.] j : BRUISES AND SPRAINS. J If a bruise can be treated at on3e, /apply cold water, and keep the part at per...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914
BEECHWORTH RACING CLUB. RPHE ANNUAL MEETING of Sub . . scribers to the above Club will bo held at the Board Room, Tans .well's Hotel, on MONDAY EVEN ING NEXT, March 2, at 8 o'clock. BUSINESS : To receive Report and Balance-sheet, and Election of Officers for the ensuing year B. VOODHEAD, Hon. Sec. Business Announcement. To the Residents of Beech worth and District. HAVING PURCHASED the BUSI NESS as GROCERS and WINE and SPIRIT MERCHANTS of Messrs John Lowe and Son, of Ford Street, Beechwoi-th, I respectfully ask that a continuance of the generous sup ,.port they have received during- the ;i>astr>12 montlis be extended to me. By/jgJqeking the best in all lines, givinjfCpfcteful, prompt attention to orders, vftiWl charging reasonable ?prices, rillqpe to merit public sup port. i VF . at H. V. ANDREWS, RftW^htcAirh vJPebrijary' 2G, 1914. QUEEN VICTORIA PARK Wednesday Night, March 4. Citizens' Pictures To Provide Funds to Complete j the Gorge Road. ! Full Programme of Entirely New a...
CROWN LANDS SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914
CROWN LAJNDS SALE. A sale or Grown lands in foe simple .was conducted at' Chiltern by Mr Younkmen, auctioneer. 1 The following sales were effected: Parish of Chiltern-Upset, £4 per acre, 5a 2r. 1 .([>., allotment 4, sec tion E (1), Thomas'Hffwcs, upset 6a: lr. 14p., allotment 5, Section E.(l), James McKenzie, upset. Upset, £3 10a per acre, 6a-. 2r. tip., allotment- 6, section E (1), James MeKenzio, upset. 5a. 2i\ 32p" allotment 7, section E (1), James McKenzie, upset. Parish of Barnawartha. South. - Upset, £15 per lot, 3a. 13p;, allot ment 8, section 18, W. p. Ilyan, upset Parish of Beringa.-Upset £21 5s per lot, la. 3r. 2p., Mrs B. Gloster, upset. Country lot.-Parish of Chiltern. Upset, £11 5s per lot, 2a. 3r. 28d, allotments 4 ana 4a, section H, 0. T. Martin, upset. NURSES' PEES RAISED-There is no mistaking the verdict at the Aus tralian Trained Nurses' Association nurses' fees in future shall b© £3 3s per week, instead of £2 2s. Th0 ballot taken represented more thuD 80 per ce...
CONDENSATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914
CON E ENSATIONS. Mr W. A. Oalla-pray, Acting Inspec tor of Pen^l establishments,, inspected the gaol at Beechworth on Thursday. '-'Quo Vadis" presented by the Em pire Picture Company at Beechworth on Thursday night attracted and do lighted a large audience. Four soagulls have been placed on the Jtutherglen park reservoir. A. woman named Slatterie in giving evidence in support of her application for divorce swore that her husband had only given hor £2 or £3 in Ave years. She got her divorce and the Chief Justice told her ex-husband ho would just as soon send the children to gaol as let him have charge of them. Yet some poople say divorcee are wicked. Or W. H. Edwards, of Wangaratta, who met with a painful accident at Ruwolfs foundry a few weeks ago has recovered. It is reported that the holmintholo gist to the London School of TropicaJ Medicine, accompanied, by a bacter iologist and a zoologist, has gone to China to study a. disease known as trematoda in man, and enquiries will bo di...
PRESENTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914
PRESENTATIONS. Mr and Miss Hannaford, who aro about to leave Beech worth to reside in Toorak, are being given very substantial evidence of the popular esteem won by them during their long residence in Beechworth. At Christ ChurCh schoolroom on Tuesday . night a social held in their honour was well attended. After a good musi cal programme Ven. Archdeacon Pot ter, on behalf of friends, presented Sir Hannaford with a vacuum glass and combination umbrella and walking stick and Miss Hannaford with a beautiful handbag, Bilver companion and a jowel case. Mr Farhall also spoke on behalf of the vestry, Mr Collier for the choir, Ven. Archdeacon Potter for the Guild, Mr Dowoll for the C.E.M.S. and Messrs Calder and Bowen for the congregation. Mr and Miss Hannaford suitably responded and a pleasant gathering was con cluded with "For Hey are Jolly Good Fellows" and "Auld Lang Syne,'
STATE SCHOOL REPAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914
STATE SCHOOL HEPAIItS. The Hon. A. A. Billson, member for Ovens, ia in receipt of several communications from the Education Department, in reference to the re pairs, etc., to schools in his electorate. These communications are in reply to rccent interviews he has had with tho Minister. The Beech worth State school is to bo remodellod anil the department informs Mr Billson that an estimate of the cost has becn fur nished, and the matter will rcc0ivo further attention as soon as practi cable. The renewing of fencing and repairing at State school No. 2013, Everton, have been authorised by tho Public Works Department, and ten ders for this work will shortly be in vited The cost of effecting repairs to the school at Silver Creek has been obtained from the Public Works Department, andis to be submitted to tho Minister of Public Instruction at an early date.
AMERICAN BOY'S SAD DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914
AMERICAN BOY'S SAD DEATH. Beechworth residents will be grieved to hear of the untimely death of one of the party of American boys that visited the town during the Christmas holidays. George Pa'rick McDonald, aged 14', who will bo re membered as the little chap who eang selections from Italian Opera at their concert at Queen Victoria Park, died at sea soon after the ship that was taking the party to the Phillipines had left Thuisiay Island, and' his body was laid to rest at Goode Island by his sorrowing com rades. Those with whom George was billeted during' the three days stay at Boechworth speak of him as a most lovcable little fellow, happy, alert, favoured with great natural gifts, and a boundless' energy that promised much. He was going homo to Golden Gate full of ambition and with a determination to work hard to complete his education. Although enjoying his travels very much ho was keenly looking forward to the day on which he would join his loved ones who were anxiously wait in...
DEATH OF MR JOHN JONAS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914
DEATH OP ME JOHN JONAS. Many Boochwor|fch residents, and particularly those-who, in his time, were patients in the Ovens District Hospital, ?will learn "with regret of the doaui of Mr John Jonas, who was wardsman at that institution for a preat raahy years and only gave up that employment when the board of management mpersoded him and other male attendants with female nurses. For throe years afterwards Mr Jonas, who was greatly respected, engaged in other occupations and, nino years ago, proceeded to Franco to take prs=e Bion of a property which ho inherited from his father. Two years ago his health failed and, on ?8th November last, he died at St. Kttienne, Prance. He leaves a widow and son Frederick (married) ;;nd one daughter Louise. He was buried at Chambon de Tenco. FAREWELL. SOCIAL TO MR I lAN'NAFORD -All friends of Mr W. W. Hannaford, who has rctiroi rrom tlie Bank of New Soufh Walc6 nfter 50 years' service, aro elsewhere nvitod to attend a meeting at Tan« ?,veil's hotel on T...
THE ULSTER PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914
THE ULSTER PROBLEM. This is the real "lion In the path.'" which confronts the Asquith Minis fry. The Prime Minister announces that ho is prepared to make important amendment1; to the Home Rule Bill which Bhould satisfy the obstinate Ul 6termen but declines to disclose them M present. Is he Bincerp or is he* only sparrin? for wind." Ulster declares that nothing- but the exclusion from Jfish parliamentary rule will satisfy them while Mr O'Brien (Independent ?Nationalist) declares that is the one amendment which cannot be made. !» there nve are and' the question is Where are w©?"- 1
INDUSTRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914
INDUSTRIAL. The strike bacillus is still prevalent but the disease shows some signs of moderating. The meat strike is Bet tied- ror a time-the master butchers having conceded a rise in wages of 5s a week all round until the matter is settled by the -Arbitration Court, with the inevitable noticc that the price of meat will be raised immedia tely. As usual, the increase is ''passed on'' and the patient public have to suffer the infliction. The W&tcrside Workers' strike is not yet definitely settled, a number of the malcontents refused the order of the union officials to resume work under the conditions proposed by Sir Justice Higgins. How these rebellious spirits will bo treated by their officials re mains to be seen twt it gives some point to the prediction by a British Labour leader that if ever Unionism should be endangered the disruption would come from within.