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DEPORTED AGITATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914

DEPORTED AGITATORS. The South African Labour loaders, n;thlM6ly naclvod off to England, five arrived in London and are hav ing a high old time of it, being- fotcd feasted to thoir heart's- content J.swoll hotel by their British sym pathisers. Hhero is some talk' of "sting the matter in the Law Courts w a vi.ew sent back again . 'n suc'1 a case, the Union authorities threaten to arrest them on JTr!r re|urn, they trill probably think ^ alu* continue to enioy WiseS at "lc'r British friends ox * is 4e

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOPE FOR THE STONE CRUSHER [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914

HOPE FOR THE STOKE CRUSHER One sentence of a epeech delivered by Mr Calder, chairman of tho Country Roads Board, is full of hope for tho Beechworth Cbuncil's rock crusher. He Baid .-"Economy would have been effected in the past had stone for certain roads beon ob tained from a distance instead of the less durable stone at hand.'- Now there could not bo obtained any where stone more durable than that broken in the Gaol quarry at Beech worth or on the One Tree Hill Where the Council's rock crusher, at pre sent idle, is situated, With a splendid wide face of stone expose''. A« the Country Roads Board visit Bcech wort'i ne.V. week councillors should have samples of this hard metal on exl ibition. I ?

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. Melbourne, Thursday. MINISTER PROPOSES NEW STAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 27 February 1914

LATEST INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. Melbourne, (Thursday. MINISTER PROPOSES NEW1 STAMP. Some new designs have been ap appioved by Mr Wynne, the Postmas ter-General, for postage stamps for Australia. He is issuing a sixpenny stamp. The main feature will bo a kookaburra sitting on the limb of a tree A two shilling stamp is to have as its central feature a black swan. .CDhere is also to be a new blue 2Jd stamp, which will show, the head of the King. REPAIRING THE OOOGEE. Masses of splintered woodwork and bent and twisted'iron bars confronted the twenty workmen who boarded the Bay steamer Ooogoe, at 1G South Wharf to-day, to effect repairs, fol lowing the collision yesterday with tho interstate liner Bombala. Extensive repairs may be neces sary, as practically the whole of the top dock may have to be rebuilt. OFF TO GERMANY. Miss Gertrudo Healy,' a clev<jr Vic torian .violinist, left by the White | Star linor Ceramic this afternoon on her way to Germany to complete her studios. Mis...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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DOCTORS AND LODGES. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 March 1914

DOCTORS AND LODGES. On Monday the Acting Premier (Mr Cann) of N.S.W., said he vrouM consult the Cabinet, in reply to a deputation from the Friendly So cieties Association, which urge:! ih? I Government to take steps to amend ? the Industrial Arbitration Aot so as to enable an adjustment to be ma.e of the tenns of remuneration ani con ditions of contract between the British Medical Association and oreimsca friendly societies. "I believe t»Jt only those who are registered un^r the Trades Union Act can b; brousnt within the purview of the Arbitration Act, and I do not know if doctors would consider it a great sacrifice if they were classed as trade union ists," added Mr Cann.

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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BEECHWORTH MAHKET REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 March 1914

BEECHWORTH MAHKET REi'OBT ' Thomas Grisclale, of the old estab lished poultry and produce market, 1'ord street, reports having sold a' his us ii.ii weekly sale on FriJny Turkey hen.=. -Is 3d to 4* 91 each Turgobblers. 6; 31 tn ?s i-ach I'ucSs, 3; 31 pair Rnost Jls to 3s 91 pair Roost r-% small 2."31 '.o 2 91 par Ch.c'.ons, 1? to Is 6.1 pair I ullotii, 2; 31 to 3s pair Fowls, 2; 61 to 4s pair Hon an I six chicks, :4s fi 1 Apples, 2s to 2s 61 half-cas: l'lums, 1? 91 to 2s hall-cas; Pears, 3d lb. Lemons, Is dozen W.it.-r Melons, 31 to Is 63 each. Ma/rows, 4d to Is each I'umpkiDS, Is to Is 31 each. Cucumbers, Id, 21, 3d each Grapes, lid to 4d lb. Tomatoes, "is 9d half-case ; 21 lh. Honey, 9d bottle Cabbage, -id each' Paitmips, ljd bunch Carrots, ljd bunch Frcnch beans, 21 to 3d lb. Bees wax, 2d block Pickle onions, l£d to 2d lb. Dry onions, ljd lb. Damsons, 2s half-case.

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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FIRST, OR CHIEF RESURREDOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 March 1914

FIRST, OS CHIEF RJBUHBBOIW, *ot all the dead wiu W pi surrection. Borne will be r,;i i tenX ft. H tire likeness; of the 'first AHa ag4l° t) II others, member* of the B$y ,»»S & be granted "a euperior fe8°^ P glory, honor, immortality, and ti, ? 1^3 nut:,re. Of the latter St. j£u bown in weakness, raised in pow«."*? .00 ram weaKness, awed in vov"r"*, S?3 lu dishonor, raised in glory »nu ' ,c,i H mal body, raised a spirit' body ^ S3 the same class our tut declares "m -11 f-j and holy are all they that hav» n. ;.!> the Firet Resurrection; . . »hPt 5?r{13 Priests unto God, and Christ AnA reign with Him a thousand veiiV' ,?1- Mi «. 6; v 10). These oonrtituta Resurrection. None others wfit l'i£ thia resurrection. Mrt This class begin their resurrection ^ penence now. As the Apostle d«la£ & We are risen with Him to walk in Pi Lme ol life. God » saintly people I've t" ? ~ new life under present unfavorable "conV tions. Their judgment is according to tiT tiJ l.^ve and zeal...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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THE REST OF THE DEAD LIVED NOT AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 March 1914

'PRE REST OP THE DEAD LIVED NOT AGAIN. BY PASTOR RUSSELL. Toil: And I 6aw thrones, and they «t upon them, and judgment wss given from them; and I 6a.w the souls of them that were beheaded for the witness of Jesus and for the Word of God, and which had not worshipped the beast, neither his image, neither had received hie mark upon their l«jreheadB, or in their hands; and they lived and reigned with Christ a thousand years. But the reel of the dead lived not again uutil the thousand yoara were finished. This is the Jim resurrection. Blefeed ami holy id he that hath part in the fir-t resurrection, on 6uch the necond death hath no power, but they «hall be »/riestd of liod and of Christ, and thall reign uith hiin a thousand years.->Rev. xx., i-Q. T»ie lijble hope-of a resurrection of the dead-j* the most stupendous of all mira cles. Xone but those who become inti mate acquainted with the Almighty are able K* exercise faith in the proposition. These are the only ones who are specially ...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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SET BACK BUT NOT DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 March 1914

SET BACK BUT NOT DEFEATED. ! Speaking at the annual meeting of i delegates of the Federated Mining ? Employees Association of Australia, ; at Daylesfor<L on Tuesday, the presi- i dent (Sir T Howes, of Chiltern) sai-1 i that, it was alleged that the union had I suffered defeat in connection with tho recent strike troubles at Bendigo and Beaufort, but he contended that the experiences had been merely tempor ary set-backs. The men, during the 15 weeks they had been out of work, had materially improved in health. The Deaufort and Bendigo miners were as loyal a body of unionists as one could wish to meet. The di rectors of various companies had 6tated that they had no objections to . miners joining unions, but their actkm in employing non-unionists showed a determination to break down un ionism. The mining manageT had brought forward a proposal that shift bosses and pitmen should ba regarded as officers of mines. He regarded this not as an inducement, but as a bribj to the men...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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SEWING BAGS OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 March 1914

SEWING DAGS OP WHEAT. The Adelaide " Chronicle" says -A couple of years ago, Mr Jamee parley, junr., gin of Or J.' Datiey, of Georgetown District Cbuncil, created a recorJ by filling and sew ing 327 bags of wheat in ono day. Last year a young fanner, Mr Gor don DunsforJ, of Bedhill, easily completed 452 bags in one day. On Monday last, Mr Darley sewed 440 bags in ono day. 'nie bags, of wheat were the property of Mr Bert Wo. and the grain was grown by Mr O. Harris. All bags were purchased this season. The bajss wore -not -previously interfered with, and many were only half filled, thus having to be topped up and sewn. An average of Beven : tccn stitches per bag was made 1 which represents approximately I 7500 stitches in one day. The bags ; should go considerably over the i standard weight. Mr Darloy was ' sewing at the rate of 40 bags an hour. He completed the day's work at 6.4 p.m., and the time occupied : by three m-'als had to be deducted. XIr Darley received Id per bag for , the...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPASTURE OF TRAINS. BEECHWORTH TO YACKANDANDAH [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 March 1914

ARRIVAL AND DEPASTURE OP TRAINS. BKEUHYVORTn TO YAOKANDANDAH On Mondays and Wedneidaja a train I IcaTfB tirechworib at 8.40 p.m. and reachev Yftck»o<tftndabat 8.20. On Thnraiya * train leaves Betobwortb 10.3'.m. and arrives at Yackandacdah 10.42 a.m. KVKBTON TO TAOKA.NDA.MDAH AND BACK. .. On Thnrfdtys only a mixed train leave Erertori for Tackandandab at 8.56 a,m reaches Beerhworth at 9,43 a.m., leaves Beecbworth at 10.3 a.m., reaches Yaoltac dandab at 10.42 and leave* at 11.45 for Beecbworth >- !ving at 12.36 and at 1.11. anhesatE on, "--;_ YAOKANT . OAH TO MELBOUBNR Oo Tuofi ,Thnr8daye,and Saturday (only) a mix J train leaves Yackandandab at 7.0 n.m. and arrives at Beecbworth at 7.61. It leave's Beechwortb at 8.10, reacbe Waogaratta at 9.18, and eatcbing the ex preaa at Wnnsaratta at 9.S8 reaches Mel boarne at 1.50. BKECHWORTH TO MELBOURNE. A train leavea Beechworih daily a( 8. io a.cu., leAves Bverton ai 8 46 a.m., Beccn worth Junction. at 9.10 a.m, and ar rives at"...

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GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 March 1914

GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS. Tne following accounts' arc awaiting payment at the ? -Sub-TYcusury (Court floti3o). Beechworth : Border Breweries, D. Brvant, A Ocnnollv, A. E. Deverell, J. Lowe and Son, J, Hore, A. Mackintosh, 0 A. Wendt, B. Moss, Shaw Bros, D. SI; inner. BIDING A. BUCKJUUPER-When Professor Kemp's lough riding show j was at Wangaral-ta several outlawed i horsed were successfully ridden by i members of the show and then a powerful and very vigorous buck-:' jumper .threw Carr and Organ. In order to uphold the reputation of his show. Professor Kemp offered to ride the horse under similar condi tions on Wednesday night, and should ho fail to master the animal he would give the whole of the admission money to the Wangarattu Hospital. Professor Kemp succeeded on Wod .nr-sda.v night in riding the. animal, and netted about £20 thereby. Sub sequently he purchasod the outlaw. \ THK BEECHWORTH TECHNICAL ?CMO ')I,.-Ad'itlonal examination re sults in connection with this school have been ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 March 1914

MICHAEL P. RYAN BARRISTER AN9 S0L1CIT0R Street, ise'echwprtft ->fpxT )S*irn 0r-VicT0WA. mm & NORMAN BARRISTERS AKu SOLICITORS fleechworth, Vpclcandandai jEind Myrtleford. A'DNEY XO LJ2ND IN ANJT 80MS ST. ANNE'S PRIVATE HOSPITAL-Registered, JUEDIGAI-. 8DBOICAL Sc MIDWIFES'? ' PA I IEh'TS TAKEN. - Proprietress-Miss H£NEV Talephont 56 Sol. Green, ?MELBOURNE. . ALL COMMISSIONS EXECUTED ON GOVERNMENT LICENSED RAfiECOUBSES. BOFKOUtHT ADDBKB5-. , Sol. Green, MELBOURNE.

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SIR IAN HAMILTON'S OPINION OF AUSTRALIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 March 1914

' SIR IAN HAMILTON'S OPINION OF ' AUSTRALIANS. At the annual dinner of the 21th Infantry in Sydney, General Sir Ian Hamilton, replying to the toast Com rades Overseas, said in the South African war he had very often broken bread and 'split a peg" too, with Australians. It was now a great encouragement, to him to remembor this, because if he had not met Aus tialians, and stood shoulder to shoul der with them in war time, he should have felt greater diffidence than he did in coming there to make speeches about their own afTairs and men. "I want to say to you," he went on, "that in war there is a great fusing power, ana when you fight alongside men you get to know them fairly quickly. You must not consider, that what I am going to say now is ut tered as a compliment to you becaus^ I have eaten your salt and drunk your wine. If you look up the his tory of the Royal War Commission you will see my opinion of Austra lians given at a time when I never dreamed that I should ever conio here, ...

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[?]illern & [?]long Times Published Every TUESDAY and FRIDAY. TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1914. MUHMUNGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 March 1914

?' (piltjp & Houilong -$um j published Every - TUESDAY and FRIDAY. TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1914. MUHMUNGEE. ' (From our own Oorreapondent.) Quite a gloom was : thrown over this part by the sudden news of the death of Miss Barbara Jones. She was in her usual health some f.\yo weeks ago, but f-.-eling unwell ghe sought the advice of Dr. Walker who ordered her to the. Ovens Dis trict' Hospital where, after a few idays' illness she died oh Saturday morning from an internal complaint Ot." the early age of fifteen years. She was a very promising young lady and was a great favourite among her acquaintances. Sluch sympathy is felt for her surviving relative^;" The funeral took place on. gunday, the cortege moving from the Ovens District Hospital to the Beschwo.th cemetery. Our local roatlsman has also been Jaid up for a few weeks with a whitlow on each hand, but is now-, wo are glad to h"ar, at work again. Several windm'lls are in course of motion Mr Robert 'With'erow and Mr Jas. N. ary h...

Publication Title: Chiltern And Howlong Times And Ovens Register
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A REMARKABLE DISCUSSION. Bathing Ladies Prefer Publicity. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 March 1914

A REMARKABLE DISCUSSION'. Bathing Ladies Prefer Publicity. The Wangaratta "Despatch'' re ports :-"The ladies' baths con structed by the Borough Council and Wangaratta Progress Association in Merriwa Park reserve have been freely used during- the past two days, arid * although the galvanised iron fencc- which is to ensure privacy is unfinished lady bathers do not ap pear 1 o have any objection to appear ing in Canadian costume, though they are in full view of passers-by. The indifference of the ladies in the matter was referred to by Cr A. H. Smitli at the meeting of the council on Monday, when he questioned the necessity of a fenco, and suggested the planting of willows, etc., to make an ornamental hedge as a substitute for the fence. He described as a monstrosity the seven fect galvanised iron fence which it is proposed to erect. The mayor thought in view of the fact that bathers availed themselves of the baths without a fence it might be well to defer the erection of Ihe structure...

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S S. JAM FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 March 1914

S B. JAM FACTORY. The importance of having a jam factory in thi town is never ?o well appreciated as aTter a visit of inspec tion such as one of our representa tives paid to the S. S. Jam Factory, Beechwortli, one day tills we0k. Fruit was being received in cases, boxes and bucket* at the factory door and carefully weighad anil the weights recorded. All small lots are paid for 5n prompt cash and the buckets and ? cases as promptly handed back to the suppliers This year there has been an enormous crop of black beirics in and around Bcechworth and the S S. Company has bought very large quantities. Tie quality of the truit. - is excellent and pickers can, .without exceptional exortion, make 30s a week by pick'n,; ono kerosene tin full of blackberries a day and many families are doing- well at this .work. The fruit is pulped as soon aa possible after <1 livery. Plums, pea ches, figs and other fruits were being dealt wil-h on the occasion referred to find there is no doubt but...

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A.N.A. CONFERENCE AT WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 March 1914

CONFERENCE AT WANGA RATTA. : : .The fortnightly . meeting of tho A;N.A. ra.. held in tho : wangaratU i Library on , Monday evening, tJie President. Mr W. T. Higgins, baing in the chair. One uew member was cloctcd. Various matters in connec tion with the forthcoming conference ol the association were discussed The secretary reported that already he had received applications for ac commodation from about 150 dele gates. It . was decided to entertain the delegates in Her Majesty's iTlie'itro oil Wedn-sJay, 25th March, to which invitations arc to be extended fr> the Messrs J. Cook, Prim; Minister; A. Fisher, M.P. (leader of the Opposi tion) : W. A. Watt. Premier, and G. F.lmslie, M.L A, (leader or the Oppo sition in tiie State Parl'am^nt). It. i-i expected that all these gentlemen will be present, ;ls this banquet, is looked upon as an important public function. It was decided that the excursion on the Friday should be run to Myrtle ford instead of Porepunkah as " pre viously suggest...

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FOR THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 March 1914

FOR 1HE HOSPITAL. . The .Wandiligong" Brass Band is arranging to hold a hospital Sunday in aitf ot the Ovons District Hospital. Whilst, iu the district last week; Mr Noil Sutherland, the collector, ap proached several members with tiio above result. Mr A. M. Zwar, presi dent of the instituiion, and other members of the committee have pro mised to attend, and deliver ad dresses. The date i3 not yet defi nitely fixed, but probably it will eventuate towards the end of March. A little boy named Clem. Hewit 6011, a'ced six years, son of Mr E. W. Hewiteon, of Wandiligong. had a narrow escape from serious injury on Monday last. It appears the lad was piclring- up apples near where a cow was grazing, when the animal pudiienly charged and tossed him ;;side. His. clothe were ripped off, p:wl the cow's horns inflicted ,\a slight p n>.<! 01; tiio stomach. Beyond this sr v- "right, tlje youngster ia^ry.'

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF [?] AT [?]WORTH POST OFFICE. CLEARANCES AT RAILWAY LETTER BOXES. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 March 1914

AK.BIVA.IJ AH!) DSPARTCKB OF '-AIL" AT BBEOHWOB^a POST OFFICE. CLEARANCES AT RAILWAY LETTER BOXES. For ordinary rate of postage, dailji 6.30 p,m. and 2.20 p m; Late fee to be paid from .6.30 p.m. to 8.5 a m ; 2 20 p.m, to 3.2 p.m. (Friday excepted.) Late fee clearances (daily) 8.5 a.m. »na 3,2 p.m. (Friday excepted). ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 3 March 1914

ROYAL MAIL LINE of COACHES. BBIGHT10 MGDOT BtJFPALt* WINTEB TIME TABLE .WHEN PBACTICABLE. Leave Bright, Wednesday, Thurs day and Saturday, 9 a.m. Leave Buffalo, Wednesday, 4 p.m., Friday, 9 a.m. ,. Sunday, 8 p.m. BEECHWORTH AND CHILTEHN. Leave Beechworth daily at 10 a.m.' returning from Chiltarn at 3.45 p.m., on arrival of train from Albury. Fare, 5s. BEEOHWOBTH AND YAOKAN DANDAH. Leave Yackandandah daily at 11 a.m., due at Beechworth at 1.20 p.m. Returning (torn Beechworth daily at 3 p.m. Fare, 8s 6d. " WODONGA AND TINTALDBA, VIA BURBOWYE, JINJELLIQ AND WALWA. Leave Wodonga every Wednesday and Saturday at 5 a.m., returning from Tintaldra every Monday and Thursday at 5 p.m. Fare £1 6a, TALL AN G ATTA & OORRYONG, VIA KOETONG AND CUDGEWA. Leaves Tallangatta daily at 5 a.m., returning from Oorryong daily at 7. p.m. Fare, 15s. TALLANGATTA TO ESKDALE AND MITTA MITT A. Leaves Tallangatta daily at 7 a.m., returning from Mitta Mitta daily at 9 a.m. MITTA MITTA AND SNOWY GREEK. Leave...

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