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BENALLA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 1 May 1914
BENALLA RACES. Tlio Benalla racing club held its (Jup meeting on Wevl nest lay. Re sults : Hurdle Race, two miles-Allarn, 9.7, 1 : Dismal, !».8, - ; Vaspa, I'.IO, ;i. Won .easily. Time, oinin. uOsecs. ilaiden Plate, live furlongs-Italy, 8.11, 1 : Lady Trilock, S.7, "2 ; JIouil Fair, 8.7, o. Won comfortably. Time. lmin. f> 2.5sces. Binmlla Clip. mm and a. quarter miles-Laissez Allcr, 7.0. I ; I'olly Brown, 'J.0, Kspergardc was first past the post, bill a protest was lodged against liim for running inside a post, and in consccpiencc lie was disqualified. The time was "Jinin. 11 sees. Second Division Handicap, six fur longs-lrliersf, 8.7. 1 ; Coipiutdale, 7.1*2, *2: l\isilipo. II. Won by s couple of lengths. Time. lmin. 17 1.5secs. Third Division Handicap, five fur longs-Italy, 7.1(1, 1 ; Lady Elena, 7.10, '2; Anchorage, 8.0. Won by a length. Time, lmin. o t.osecs. First Division Handicap, six fur longs--Hal Doyle, 7.10, 1 ; Anoun, 7.S>, "2 ; Arioso, 8.'2, IJ. Won comfort ably. T...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 1 May 1914
CLOSE SEASONS FOK FISH. laok Fish-From 1st September to 16th December Inj each year (both dates inoloalve) Crayfish-The whole year for all less than 9 inches In length, and for Female Crayfish from the lBt June to the 30th November (both dates Inclusive in each year *' English Roaoh-From 15th September, to loth November. English Trout-From the 1st May to the 31st August in each year (both date* wlusive) Oippsland Perch-From let Aocust to the 30th November in each year (both dates inclusive) Murray Bream, Murray Porch, Morray Cod-From tho 1st October to the 30th November Ju each year (both dates in clusive MINIMUM VVK1UHT.4 OF FISH. Blacldish, 4uzs; Murray Cud, 1 Alba ; Murray Perch, Soza ; Porch, Ouza ; Bream ooza ; Silver Breum, 5ozs
THE INDI SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 1 May 1914
THE INDI SEAT. .tack Smith nominated for selection V>y the P.li.C. Inst Saturday for tho Federal .scat of Jndi. P'or a quarter of a century past Mr J. Smith has been time out of number ap proached to nominate for Parliament, but always declined the overtures. Immediately on consenting to have his uamo submitted 011 tho ptcsent occasion he despatched the following letter, to which a reply is expected during the week :-" Murmungee, via Beechworth, 21/4'H. Hon 1). Jlac kinnon, Ksq, Minister of Railways ami Attorney-General, Ac, Stato Par liament House, Melbourne. Sir, Would you please kindly say if it would cause any hitch in your de partments if T were to contest a seat for tho Federal Parliament':' The public feel that the Government would be delighted to hear of ,tho prospects of my adding to my meagro income in this way, and have honored me with a, nomination lor selection as a candidate for Indi. .My original compensation form ran : ' Compensa tion for injuries received by the ...
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 1 May 1914
DISTRICT COURTS. PKTTY HEK8IOK8. Beechworth-Daily -Uecalla-Daily Bethanga-Every Wednesday^ Ohilteru-Every Tueaday, Thursday and Saturday Eldorado-'Every Wednesday. Kievva-Firat Wed. oach month Myrtloford-Every Friday. Rutlierglou-Evory Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday Tallan^'atta-Every Wednesday Wodonga-Evory Thursday Wangaratta-Daily Wahgunyah-Every second Friday. Yackandaodah-Every Monday, BUVUEMK COUl'.TH. oeohworth-Wednesday, June 10 Tuesday, November 1M Bonalla-Tuesday, May l'.i Tuesday, October 20 SUeppartou-Tuu&duy, .tuuu 1 ^ Tuesday, Soptuinber 15 OENKltAL SliSSlONH. Beechworth-Thursday, May 28 Tuesday, August 4 Thursday, October 1 Benalla-Tuesday, July 7 Tuesday, September 1 Wednesday, November 4 Waogaralta-Wednesday, Juno 24 Thursday, September 3 Thursday, December 'J COUNTY COUKTS. Boochworth-Thuraduy, May 28 Tuesday, August 4 Thursday, October 1 Benalla-Tuesday, July 7 Tuesday, September X Wednesday, November 4 Bright-Tuesday, April 7 Thursday, November 2G Ohiitor...
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 1 May 1914
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. Letters-For every Aoz or under 0 1 Post Cards-Stamped on Cards... 0 1 Letter Cards to New South Wales, South' Australia, Tasmania, Queensland, West Australia, New Zealand and'Fiji 0 1 Post CardB, Reply Post Cards, Packets, BookB, Newspapers, (^Registration Fee, same as for '" places witbin Victoria Parcel Post-For every parcel of lib or under 0 8 Each additional lib or under (up to 111b) 0 6 ^Rates to the United Kingdom and Foreign Countries. Letters-For ? every Aoz or under 0 1 Post Cards-each ... ... 0 1 Reply Post Cards-each ... 0 2 Newspapers-4ozJ Id, each ad ditional 2oz ... ... 0 0£ Commercial Papers-2oz 3d, 4oz 3£d, Goz 4d, 8oz 4id, lOoz 5d, then every 2oz to olbs .. 1 Printed Papers, other tban newt papers, for every 2oz or under up to 51b ... ... ... 1 Patterns and samples-For every 2oz or tlndur up to 12oz ... 0 1 Registration Fee ... ... 0 3 Acknowledgment of delivery of a registered article ... ... 0 2J Parcels Post, wholly r.y sea.-For each...
POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES RATES FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 1 May 1914
POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES BATEB TOK PLACES IK UUTOKXA. Letters-Half ounce or under ... 0 1 " For every ounce ... 0 2 Urgent Letters-For each Letter . in addition to ordinary postage 0 6 Late fee ... ... .>0 1 , Packets-Oommorcial and printed papers, maximum weight Bibs, dimensions not to exceed 2ft in length, Xft in depth or width, for every 2oz, or fraotion theroof ... ... ... 0 1 1' ttems and samples, packets of merchandise, etc., maximum weight lib; dimension not to exceed 2ft in length, one foot in depth or width ; rate of post ^ age for every 2oz or fraction ' thereof ... ... ... 0 1 -- X>oak»-Kor : evory 4koz or' nudor ~ *up to Blba ... ... ... 0 1 Hewspapers-for each newspaper 0 0; ^.Newspapersj, magazines and \>ublications not published in the Commonwealth, 2oz ... 0 Oi Pmt CardB-each ... ... 0 1 liaply Post Cards-eaoh ... 0 2 Letter Cards-2 for ... M 0 2 Registration fee ... ... 0 3 Parcel lib or under ... ... 0 6 Parcel, each extra lb or under 0 3
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 1 May 1914
POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notes may bo obtained at any Post Oftico in Victoria HourB of pay ment 10 a.m. to T) p.m. The following are the denominations of the notes, and the poundage, or tho price charged for them:-Is, id ; 1b (id, id ; 2s, Id ; 2s 6d, Id ; 3s, Id ; 3s 6d, id ; 4j, id; 4s tid, Id; OB, lid; 7B (id, 2d; 10s, 3d; 10s 6d, 3d; Iob, 3d ; 20a 3d..* MONEY ORDERS. United Kingdom, and other^J British Possessions and Foreign Countries, 6d forjeach £1 or fraction of £1.
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 1 May 1914
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. Town and suburban, within prescribed Jimits, or within fifteen milea from the eeuding station, including address and signature, not exceeding 16 words, 6d ; each additional word Id. Other places within the State, except towu'aod Bubucbao, including &ddroa« nod .igoaturo, not uxcooding lb words, Od; oaoU additional word Id. Interstate.-From any one State to another, iucludini; address and signature, and out exceeding 1G words Is ; each ad ditional word Id. On telegrams la and from Tasmania the charges are tlioau mentioned abore, with cable ehargea uddod, which at the prosent timo is per word. Double the foregoing rates to be oharged for tlio transmission of telegrams on Suo day, ChristmaB Day, and Good Friday and for " Urgent" telegrams, Tho foregoing rates are'' eiolQ5lve o porterage charges
Rainfall Records at Chiltern. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 1 May 1914
Rainfall Records at Chiltern. .No. day a Yi'ur Points raiu fell 1887 3717 111 1888 1851 75 1889 -1138 87 18!)0 2157 ? 88 1801 25U7 83 1892 2318 91 18!):! 3025 81 1891 1078 117 1895 2127 89 189li 2318 88 1897 1927 92 1898 2701 92 1899 2387 100 1900 2801 120 1901 2171 110 1902 1 073 77 1903 2729 121 1901 2018 99 1905 2553 118 1900 3329 101 1907 1809 (J 9 1908 2231 101 1909 2525 111 1910 2109 110 1911 2017 111 1912 2103 90 1913 2309 98 .
MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 1 May 1914
MINING MEMS. The now suction gag plant for the Government battery, Ghiltorn, has arrived and is now being placed in position. At tho Great Southern Conaola 62 fathoms were treated for tho week for a yield of 59iozs. IGozs were also received from the machine bottoms Tho manager of tho Ghiltern Valley reports :-This company on entering tho lead is finding the bottom of a more than usually undulating charac ter, tho consequence being that while levels have to bo kept the wash is more often over head than in the drive. Jt is expected to find the junction of a branch lead in the vicinity of present workings, which possibly accounts for the unevennpss of the bedrock. Such wash as had been struck is giving satisfactory prospects and when tho ground is in a druinad condition it can ho followed with facility. Tho latest quo'iulon for shares in the; Ghiltern Valley Co's mine are: Buyers ISs, sollera 27s. At tho Lady Rose the Eastern cross cut is still being extended from the shaft. Tho last h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 1 May 1914
~\y M«. ELIZABETH ROBINS, of l.t'i Gou^er Sireet, Adelaide, S.A.. write* the slory of her terrible sufler jnps. 2.1/12/12. EiB!it years sbc \va* o ninriyr to I lie agony of Eczema, until *lic received relief from the almost cTcl«*5 pain of litis awful affliction through the UJC of TMe voluntary o/fei Juy of tii i« remark' ai'k* h Iter J-v Miv Knluns i-, evidence it* &lt;1* >.t hrr gratitude. ami it i*»aUo pioof that in i-ar-e* where the bluml if- lini'ine ami si in disease is in (en-i/i cl hy t his end it inn. the Mood ;mril\ inn v«.»ue s o| Clements Tonic ate tai»iil!y usseilcd. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD,, ' " Your medicine has been a great blessing to me. 1 suffered with Eczcma for ciyht years ; my legs were swollen to ao awful size and covcred witb watery blisters that would keep on breaking. Ail tbat time I was eon fined to ray home, never being out except when taken to the hospital. They declined to take me in and pro* nounced me incurable. Your medicine was recommended to ...
BRITAIN AND PILOT MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 1 May 1914
BRITAIN AND PILOT MINES. Messrs Gaicsford, AiKjuetil and Fisher, directors of th-i Britain and Pilot Tin Mines, visited Chikern last week in order to inspect us to the future prospects of the Britain mine. They wero highly pleased with the indications at this claim, and were Huite satisfied tint with a little further outlay of capital the property will eventually become a payable! proposi tion. The prospecting work done up to dato met with their approval and the management was instructed to mako all preparations to have the mine properly equipped in order to treat a [greater quantity of wash. This mine is under the management of Mr C. Chatlield. At the Pilot, which adjuius the Britain lease, Mr G. Fowler, of South Australia, has been appointed mana ger. It is intended to start active operations immediately. All the necessary machinery is now on the ground, and is being placed in position. Shaft sinking lias been commenced and as soon as thiB is well under way it is intended to start...
HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 1 May 1914
HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN Tulle ubout it. Writo about it. JJuy all you can in it. Kcmambur that by assisting tradesmen, you help tbo piaco along. Turcbaso and assist your local paper, and by so doing you further tbo bea interests of tho town. Treat strangers with tho utmost courtesy nd hospitality, HO tbut they may tako away good impressions of it. Klcet good, rcliublo men to all public positions, not bucauso they strain themselves for popularity, but on account of their stamina ami trustworthiness. Keep tho money in the placo. Sell all you can and buy all you can at home. Tho won who havo invoked in atovua, workshops, and other business places aro building up the town, and they should be encouraged. Remember that in giving tho local news paper ollico tho preference for your job printing orders, you aro helping in the advancement of your town, as tho newspaper is thereby helped. Where tho newspaper stuff arc working day and night for the advancement of your town, tho ordinary job printe...
Help in Cases of Accident. BURNS AND SCALDS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 1 May 1914
Help in Cases or Accident. HUIIN8 AND 8CALD8. uover with cooking soda, and .ivy wet cloffius over it, whiten of e&lt;;gs and olive oil, olive and linseed oil, flour and mixed chalk and whiting DltOWNING. 1, Loosen clothing if any 2, Empty lungs of water by laying body on lis stomach and lifting it up by the niid'JIe so Lime the heud hangs down ; ji*rk the body a few times 3, Pull tonyuo forward using hand kerchief or pui witJi eiriug if 'neces sary 4. Iuiilate motion of reapiration by alternately oiiiiiprussini* mid expand' illjj tlio low or ril)« rttiuiit liwtllty u minute. . Alternately raising and lowering tlm uruis from the aideB up above tlio head will stimulate the notion of the lungs; let it bo done gently but purBimently 5. Apply . warmth and friction to extrumii m-k 6. By luiidina the tongue forward closing the nostrils, and pressing the " Adam's apple" buck (so as to close OQtraucH to Htouiach) direct iutiutiou can b tried. Take a deep breath and breathe it freely ...
OBITUARY. MR GEORGE [?]EST. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 1 May 1914
OBITUARY. MR GKORGK BEST. One of the most familiar faccs in the Christmastown and Cornishtown districts in- the person of Mr George Best passed away after a protracted illness, the cause of death being chronic bronchitis. Mr Rest was born at Hodman, Corn wall, lOnglaud, O'.l years ago, and when quite a youth migrated to South Australia where lie entered into (lie employ of the Wallaroo copper mines, and while occupied (here married. In 18(30 he came to Victoria and engaged in mining on i the Kldorado under Mr John Uock. I Subsequently he made Christmastown his home, still following mining' pur suits. IIi; managed many proposi tions hereabouts, the most, payable of which were, perlmps, the Great Northern (when at its zenith), the Union and the Victoria Extended, lie also managed the Golden Gato at Rutherglen and was not un known in the Chiltem mining world, having been manager of the Seotehman's and n director of the Golden Bar Kxfended and Jubilee quart/, ventures. At the time of hi...
[?]tems of [?]ems. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 1 May 1914
Stems of The Rev. Father Lawless said good bye tu his parishioners after 11 o'clock Muss lit Chiltern on Sunday last. Tin; announcement that the rev. gentleman was about to I in transferred caini; as a great surprise to a lar^c proportion uf the congregation. Dur ing Father Lawless' sojourn in Clii'l turn he madu many friends and by liis kindness and piety endear* d himself to all adherents of his church. vVliilo regretting his departure it is pleasing to nolo that his transfer means pro motion us ho has been appointed parish priest at Nathalia. At the annual meeting of St Luke's Church of England, Dnofcie, a letter was read from IJishup Armstrong in timating that tho Kev. H. Hitchcock, of Geolong, had been appointed tem porarily to (ill the vacancy in that parish. Difficulty is being experienced in securing a resident clergyman. There are now four vacant parishes in the Wangaratta dioueso, namely, Yar rawonga, Dookie, Lien,ilia, and Violet Town. lira E. J. I lick3, of the Standi'sh...
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 1 May 1914
BOSVLINQ. The Chiltern bowling club will concludo Iho season tomorrow (Satur day) afternoon, when the final [natch for tlin championship will bo played between Mr J. Urinlington and Mr \V. A. Anderson. Play will commence at I! o'clock. The Benalla club played its final match for tbo eoason on Monday, on the benalla ijreen, whon tboy met four rick's from Bppcbworlb. The came resulted in a win for the visitors by 13 points. Scores-Beecbworth 93, Benalla S8 The final match for the champion ship of tlin tieechworth Bowlmf; club was played last wei'k between Messrs 11. 0 Finnis svnd H. 11. McDonald. Tim con'ust was a «ood one and even tually McDonald forced ahead aud won by Ml ^anies to 22
CRICKET. CHILTERN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 1 May 1914
CRICKET. CHIiiTKUN Cf.Uit. The following are tho averages o( the members of tho above olub for tho season 1(.I13-11 as compiled by tho secretary (Mr 0. Smith: Batting Averages. Ins. N.O. H.S. Runs. Aver. T. Cross L>. Mnrlin C. Neville P. O'Neill F. J. Hatfield V. Lafranchi T. Bennett E. Martin J. Martin T. Williams W. Warren A. Kobin O. Smith F. Cross E. Place A. Wnistab D. Birthisel E. Birthitel 'Not out. 1! 155 175 118 27 Neville D. Martin Williams Hatfield T. Cross V. O'Neill J. Martin F. Cross E. Placo Lafraucbi Bowling Avon Wkts. 6 43 5 1 2 30 42.5 10 25 338 72 85 01 hi 75 :s'.i a'.i.ar. 21 5 22.11 1JI.5 11.8 13.5 7 82 7 87 7 5 fi .1 8 .t.U 1.2 1 :i 1 Average r, 8 67 .J.2 10 12 5 12.07 11 1 ll.lti 10 21.33 25 Tho fond mother was consulting tho lunacy specialist about tho mind of her darling l>oy. Really, doctor, she said, I'm sure he must be mad. Do you know, only yesterday ho went into tho pantry and uto up a hugo plato of jam tarts, and afterwards I caught him-er-kissin...
COMMERCIAL. Flanagan, Newman and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 1 May 1914
COMMbRClAL. Flanagan, Newman and Co. The abovo lirm held a very successful clearing salo on behalf of Mr Geo. Chambers, Willow Grove, llnrnawarlha, on Monday last. Tho lot? put up were so nutnorouH that they were unable to offer all of thorn on Monday, anil in consequence the sale was continued cn Tuesday. On behalf of Mr H. E. Bartlelt, Messrs Flanagan, Newman and Co. disposed of his ftoek and effects by' public auction, at tho Bordeaux Vineyard, Uarmuvartha, on Friday laU. Kiamigon, Newman Co report having bold their usual fortnightly market at the yards, \V;vnKaratta, last Thursday, as follows : - Kut sheep-We had a splendid yarding of gnnd (j'luiity sheep, included in thorn being a diaft ef in'ime wethers from Keidtjda e K.-fate, which met with the keenest competi tiou, and made to 25s 1H. There was a good attendance of the tiade, and they competed eagerly for all the fat sheep, with tho result Unit we cleared our yarding at ptices highly satisfactory to vendors, and in dome cas...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 1 May 1914
Commonwealth HEAD OFFICE Jfianfe of Bustralia SYDNEY Thli Bank ?8 open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alao afc Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Ilohart, Brisbane, ftookliainpton, Townsville, and 1/mdon. Cable remittances made to, anil drafts drawn on foreign pla^e* direc*.. Korcicn bills m-jriliat'd and collected.,, Letters of credit issuc.i to any pari of the world. l>ill« n-^oriatrd or forward*'! for collection. Hanking and Kxcbanije lJu»im»ss of every description transacted within tlio Common wealth. United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interc&lt;il paid on axed depo*it«. .Advance* made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT nnurfNI ' ItrenehM In tll«- »tio»e »nd 2,000 random »l l\»*l tflrouRfi'mt I If (.ninnionx r*Uh. D«po«&lt;ta ?from if- to £300. Intorost nt 3\ por Annum. Deposits or Withdrawnla may be made at any Branch or Apvncy within tin? &lt;'nmmodwealth...