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MEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 8 May 1914
MEW INSOLVENT. JainpsGrant nf Walwa, miner. Causes of insolvency-Losses through failure tocirry out the lerms of 1111 agreement with the Wiilwa Tin Mining Co. for the flotation of their tin mining pro perty nt. Walwa and consequent for feiture of all money p-iiil, machinery (ii d plant provided and all benefits under tlie agreement. Liabilities £3858, assets 5s, deficiency £3857 10s, J. LSrann, assignee, Ghilteru. A raco meeting was held at Ku tlierglon on Wednesday, liesu.'ts : Maiden Plate-Monu Fair 1, Dew uiount 2, Landeue 3. May Hnndioap Anona 1, Barilett 2, Morepp 3. Trial Stakes-Espergarde 1, Laitava 2, Miss Goya 3, Vignnrons' Purse Neerod 1, Allara 2, Barilett 3. Gal loway Handicap-Manabob ], Royal Shot 2, Only George 3 Great South ern Handicap-Anona 1, Miss Goya 2, Morepp 3, Where oil stoves are much in use for cooking, it is a good plan always to have a box of sand-an old biscuit tin will do-fixed up near by, BO that in the event of a sudden fire a few hondfuls of the Band ...
COMMERCIAL. Flanagan, Newman and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 8 May 1914
COMMERCIAL. I Flanagan, Newman and Co. i I Flanagan, Newman and Co. and Adamson Strettle and &lt;Jq., LHy" Ltd., report having held a special pale tu tho Wanjjaratta yards on | Friday. 125, honsos were yarded to a largo ; attendance of buyers, and nompetition ! throughout wa3 exceptionally brisk, with th« resuU that by auction, and privatoiy, wo sold 87 head the bulk of which wont to : Melbourne. Best marea with foala at foot n/u Miss Brodie £30; Keiding a/o Mr C. > Vtennb. £20; a/e Mr ft. Wilson. £24/10/; a/c i Mr Mj?Mahon £2J/10/; 3 year old draught , colts ismi Qliie? ti £2-1; 2 year old droughts to £lf>; Jjght horses and ponios were id Rood requosi. B3st /i«ht hordes r/.H to £20; others £12 to £14; this class mooting a read/ ?nle. Boat ponies to £20 ; otbera £14 to "'£19 ; weedy sorts from £5. Inferior aud Vjtiduscript light sorU £4 upwards. \ Younghusband, Row & Co. I Yotin^iiusbnnrt, Uow and Co. Pty. Ltd. re port hiwing held their usual fortnightly Bale ?...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 8 May 1914
Commonwealth JgfeBanfc of Hustralia HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY - Thli Bank la open for nit CIimm of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS »t EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE AUo at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide. Perth, Hohart, Urishane, Rockhampton, Town»*iH«, and London. Gable remittance* made to, and drafti drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bill* negotiated and collected. Letters of credit isiuM to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for - collection. Hanking and Exchange Htuinesa of every dencription tranaaoted within the Comnten* wealth. United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed dtposiU. Advance! made agaiuat appr^ivad aecuritie?. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central OfReo I 317 COLLINS 8TREET, MEtnOUJINB. Branches in the abore ritiea and 2,000 Aj;onol»» al Poit Offlres throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits fror^ I/- to £300.^ ^ nV*neh* or Corn m®n weal III r**"T*?llToILtym January, 101U. DEMSON* UILLEJt, G0TI*J&lt;M Cour...
THUMBS UP. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 8 May 1914
THUMBS UP. > When Willie's father came homo to fcia there was a vac in t chair at the tlble. Well, where's the boy ? William ia upstairs iu bed. The answer came wiih painful precision from the sad faced mother. Why, wh-what's up 1 uot sick, ia he ? (An anxious pause.) It grieves me to say, Robert, that our son-your son-has been heard swearing in the street. I heard him. SmrinA-l Bro«lSTtl I'll eo.ol, Uiia co awear. And ho started up stairs in the dark. Halt way up he stumbled and came down with his chin on the top step. When the atmosphere cleared a little Willie's mother was saying sweetly from the hallway, That will do, dear. You havo given him enough for one lesson. * ?*-' * Bobbie had been studying his dear old grandfather's wrinkled facu for a long time. Well Bob, said the old geutlemau, Do you like my face1 Yes, Grandpa, said Bobbin, it's an awfully nice face ; but why don't you have it ironed. * * * Shopwalker: Dout you hear Miss Salient calliug cash at the top of her voic...
The Federal Standard. ESTABLISHED 1859 With which are Incorporated THE OVENS CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZRITE. PDBLIRUBD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 8 May 1914
ESTABLISHED 1859 With which aro Incorporated THE OVENH OONSTITOTIOM and MURRAY GAZRITE. PDBLIRUBD EVERY FRIDAY MOKNINCJ FRIDAY, MA¥ 8, lylt. Lust week Sir John Richardson of Baruawartba North reported to Con stable Boltou thivt a young man was lying on (he road near his residence from the previous day. Constable Bolton, on receiving the information, procoeded to tho placo and found :i young swagman natuprf Herbert. Mul lens, aged 22 years, in an exhausted condition. He stated that he had walked from Temora (N.S. W.) and had lain down for a rest. Subse quently he was taken to the Albury hospital by Coustable Bolton when' the doctors said that he had just ...-.-.-.-.J ci"i" h.. v, jti,. uiifurlutHlo IhcJ'h jjaronts reside at Ocelong. The quarterly mooting of tho trus toes of tin; Spriuuhurst liecreatiou Reserve, which was to bo held on tho 1st inst, lapsed for want of a quorum, only Messrs J. Wighton and J. Pearce, lion sec, being present. It was arranged that representatives of tho r...
DROVING DAYS. 1500 MILES IN TEN MONTHS, RECORD HOT JOB. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 8 May 1914
DROVING DAYS. 1500 MILES IX TEN* MONTHS, RECORD HOT JOB. To drive a ilock of sheep from Hugbendeo, Queensland, to Darwin - 1500 miles-was the performance of Mr F. Brown, a drover, who arrived in Sydney on Friday l>y the Eastern. The job occupied him ten months. He had two others with him, and Beveral do«s, and they found tho coun try dry, but plentifully supplied with grass. They met several tribes of blacks, who were not out for fight. They got through without accident, and the sheep looked well when de livered in the Territory. But, added the drover, it was the hottest job I ever took on. 1 feel now as.ihough I would not burn if I fell into a bush tire.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 8 May 1914
Bereavement Card. « | H T. FULtiERTON and Sistora dosire [VI to tender their Sincero Thanks to" thoir many friends for expressions ot sym pathy, cards, lloral tributes and kindnesses received, especially Dr Harkin, Mrs Penni ment and Itov. P. J. Edwards for their unfailing attention during their recent sad bereavoment.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 8 May 1914
THE IDEAL WOMAN'S REMEDY. BENDIGO NURSE'S SATISFACTORY EXPERIENCE. Nurno M. J. Youlten, of 18 iiridptu streot, Bundigo, writes : -I found Dr Morse's Indian Root Pilla an excellent medioinu for those about to undergo that criiii'al 8'a^o of woman's existence-tlio clinn^'o of tiff. 3 /ouml tlioni mn«t fective, aud therefore recommend them. As a nurse of twenty years' experience at Bondigo, I maintain Dr Moreu a Indian R >ot Pills aro very useful as a medicine iti accouchement cases, and speak of them to those whom I come in contact with professionally. I cannot add inoro but, "ay I recommend Dr Mo-eo'a Indian Uout Pi'le, believing them to Bland unrivalled for the purposes named. You may use this testimony." Throughout the many stages of wo man's life, there is no better or milder remedy than Dr Morse's Indian Hoot Pills They promote regularity, aid the digestion and assimilatioii of food, and keep the bowe's, liver and kidneys in proper workinu; order. MELBOURNE. ALL COMMISSIONS EX...
Historical Horse Race of the Sixties. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 8 May 1914
Historical Horse Race of the Sixties. Many arguments liava from lime to time arison iu connection with die contestants, the riderB, etc, in the great 10 mile race "run at Wagga racecourse on Wednesday, November 18, 18G8. The following particulars of the event reprinted from tho W'ngga "Adver User" of November 21, 18C8, may prove of interest to many readers who are uot conversant with turf history uway back 50 odd years ago. Des cription of the race : Tea Mile Race, of £300 II, J. Bowler's br h Australian (YV. Yeomans) ... ... 1 I?. Grosvpnor's c g Comet (Owmr) 2 W. J. Bowen'a br in Iliveriun. (Owner) ... ... ... 3 J as (jormly's b g' Camel (Owner) 1 W. A. Mitchell's Jerry Sneak (L Lintott), W. J. Mitchell's Glaucus (J. I'liurtle), W. J. Boweu's Bellum (F .I. McAlister), W. Flood's l'riolus (A Uaker), W. N. Waller's G-roongnl (S Laughlin), Black Franklin's Empire (Black Franklin), Jug Wurby's Coth erstotie (J. E War by), and J. Mit chell's Bother Em also started. Careful criticism wa...
Chiltern and District Football Association. THE DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 8 May 1914
Cliiltern and District Football Association. THE DRAW. Matchca to bo played on the ground of tlie tirst named club : - May Cliiltern v Cliilteni 'S'iiIley--Snow Harnawartlia v I\It Opliir-Johns Xniastown v Springlnirst-Konengren May Id Springhurst v Cliilteni-liosengrcn Mt Opliir v Xina.stown-Snow 11 CI II il '^iy'llT1"" Cliiltern v Barnawartha-Snow Xniaslnwn v Cliiltern V.-Kosengren Mt Opliir v Sprin^lim-st-Johns May 30 Sprin(»lnirst v Cliiltern V.-Ilosengren Barnawartha v Xmastown-Johns Cliiltern v Mt Opliir-Snow Jn no 0 Xmastown v Cliiltern-Hoseiifjren Cliiltern Valley v Mt Opliir-Johns Barnawartha v Suriii^lnirKt-Snow
NO OLD WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 8 May 1914
NO OLD WOMEN. v At any big congregation of women onu looks ia vain for the old lady in her perennial black silk gown and bonnet, and comes to tho conclusion i hat (here are no old ladies nowadays. Aged they may be, counting the years und outwaid signs, such as silvered hair-if they be very honest-but old they are nor, nor will they ever become in their attitude towards life. What is the reason of thiB 1 It is simply that tho women of to-day do not look in tho glass to see crow's feet multiplying, and count their grey hairs in despair, thinking of the back seat they must soon take. Instead, they jio to a belter costumier, and clevrr construction of corsets, change their hairdrosser fcr a more skilful crafts woman, praclio9 face massage, and increase their milliner's bills. After all, it is the hut that makes the womau from the cradle to tho grave. Tho bonnet of a generation ago often a^ed her, and labelled her old and uninteresting even before she had left her youth behind. Quito rec...
Presentation to Rev Father Lawless. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 15 May 1914
Presentation to Rev Father Lawless. A large number of Iadioa and gentle men assembled at tho E.C. Presbytery, Chiltern, on Tuesday evoning last, for the purposo of making a presentation to the Rev Father Lawloss, who had recently been transferred to Natlmlia. Cr T. Doolan presided, and, after briefly explaining the object for which they lmd met, erprossed' regret that His Graco tho Bishop had seen fib to transfer Father Lawless. Ho also took the opportunity of extending a hearty wolcouio to Father Crcmin, and assured him that the peoplo would do all in their power to make his stay in Chiltorn com fortable. Ho had ploasure in asking father Cromin to make the presenta tion, I(ev Father Cremin .mid he waB deeply sensible and highly appreciative of tho graceful compliment paid him in asking 'him to make the presentation. They hiid assembled to do honor to their departing guest, and the largo and ropre-. sentativu gathering testified much more eloquently and much more forcibly than could...
CHILTERN BRANCH A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 15 May 1914
ChlLTERN BRANCH A.N.A. The fortnightly meeting of the above was held in the fire brigade hull, Chiltorn, on Tuesday evening PrebL-ut: President Lafrancbi, und Mes-rs' J. W Hum, G. Tidynian, H Williamson, M. Urann, T. Harvey, H. RlcLeau, F. Booth, H. Bluller and J, Tanner (secretary.) An apology was received from Mr Hyhind. A letter was read From General secretary, asking brauch to submit quesuons to bo considered at the conference between tlie British Medical Association aud the society-Received. From II. A. Francis, applying for a clearance from the branch-Granted. From Education department, stating that Arbor Day would be held in May and asking rho branch to co operate with the local school in con nection with same-Mr Tanner moved, and Mr Tidyiuau secuuded, that thu request be acceded to-Carried. A] r A. Hollis was proposed as a bene fit member. Accounts amounting to £3 14a 9d were passed for payment). The nominations of officers for the BDBuini; half-year"resul'ed as follows: -Pr...
MT. 0PHIR CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 15 May 1914
MT. 0PI1IR CRICKET CLUB. The following aro the batting and bowling averageB ol the wumberd of tho above olub for season 191314 Hatting Averages. Ins. H.H. N.O. Ituna Aver. W. Sullivan lo 108 2 5711 C. Tanner 3 20* 2 37 M. A. Uurnoy 5 50 0 102 P. Qoirk 3 23 0 44 0. Heady 16 40- 1 188 W. Hepe 13 3 4 1 131. C. Leseberg 13 50* 2 , 95 J. Wilson 10 14 2 00 8. Snow G 25* 1 33 O.li J. Corbett 11 23* 1 «1 0.1 W. Horry 4 15 0 21 5.2 F. Bube 8 8* 3 23 4.0 W. Wildraan 7 13 1 28 « A. Corbett 4 0 1 12 4.0 H. Johns U II- 2 27 8 0 J. Croaskell 4 12 U lo 3.7 I). Corbett 5 2 1.5 1.2 "Not out. Bowling Averages. lluns Wkts. Averago P. Quirk 6 1 li.O \V. Hullivan 358 53 0.07 O. Heady 361 4'J 7 03 J. Wilson 80 11 7.27 O. Leseberg 18 2 0.0 \V. Hepe 42 3 . 14.0
MELBOURNE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 15 May 1914
MF.LUOUUN'E MATCHES. Tlio League. - Carltou 13.21 bent University, 4.8, Cnllingwood 12.18 beat Richmond 4.12, South Melbourne 11.8 beat Fitzroy 0.12, Ueelong 10 14 bent Melbourne 9.4, E^sendon 0.15 bent St Kildn 7.10. The Association-North Melbourne 17.23 beat Northcjte 2 t, Briditon 13.23 beat Hawthorn G 5, Prahran 8 14 beat Port Melbourne 1 10, Brunswick G. IS beat Williamstowu, 1.0, Essendon 6.9 beat Fooucray 5 3. Tim last quarter of a football match at Clayton on Saturday was rudely interrupted by a bull wbicb wandered on to the (ielrj. The animal evidently became maddened by tin* red jerseys of one of the teams and quickly clean d the ground of both players and apec'li ters. Tim crowd oou^Ut rcfugo in h. drespiug room, a building about 12ft square. The bull charged the door and broke it in and became jam tued in the opening where with its nos trils distended and bellowing loudly it vainly tried to got to its helpless victims, who numbered about 100. The owner of tho animal luck...
CHILTERN V CHILTERN VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 15 May 1914
CHILTERN V CHILTERN VALLEY. On Saturday last the above teams mot in the Chiltern Park iu the pre sence of a largo number of (spectators to do battle at U>o opening stru^lo for the Chiltern aud District premier ship. Both sides lined up a full eighteen and from the start it could be seen that a t,ood gumo would result The visitors' team was composed mostly o£ the playersof lust s'-nson, while in the Chiltern ranks a number of new faces wore noticrable, viz , Spears, J. Lcaeberg, Alleu, Doolan and Portin g&le who lust year donned the Brown's Plains colors. The locals won the toss and decided to kick towards the lake coal. i From llio bouuce tho home tenui made a forward move and &lt;vith llio as flistoiice of Lafranchi and Spears the ball was . sent out near the pavilion. Nelson col/arpd and sent along tho wing, and Withers, \V. Purser and - JtobortH BOt * iti fctint. A f/*&lt;." X.a£ranohi and the leathor was cen tred. Leeebeig put in 6otue fine *vork aud p...
Phases of the Moon 1914. March [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 15 May 1914
Phases of the Moon 1914. March First quarter-Thursday 5 Full moon-Thursday 12 Last quarter'-Thursday 19 New tuoon-Friday 27 April First quarter-Saturday 4 Full moon-Friday 10 Last quarter-Friday 17 New moon-Saturday 25 May First quarter-Sunday 3 Full moon-bunday 10 Last quarter-Sunday 17 New moon-Monday 25 June First quarter-Tuesday 2 Full moon-Monday 8 Last quarter-Tuesday 16 New moon-Wednesday 21 July First quarter-Wednesday 1 Full moon-Wednesday 8 Last quarter-Wednesday 15 Now moon-/Thursday 211 'first quarter--'Thuroday 30 August Full moon-Thursday 6 Last quarter-Friday 11 Now moon-Friday 21 First quarter-Friday 28 Septomber Full moon-Saturday 5 La3t quarter-Sunday 13 New moon-Sunday 20 First quarter-Saturday 26 October Full moon-Sunday i Last quarter-Monday 12 New moon-Monday 19 First quarter-Monday 26 November Full moon-Tuesday 3 Last quarter-Wednesday 11 New moon-Wednesday 18j First quarter-Tuesday 21 December Full moon-Thursday 3 Last quarter-Thursday 10 New moon-Thursday 17...
RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 15 May 1914
RATES OF COMMISSION, Money Orders Payable in Victoria, Any Bam not over to, Od ; over to, but not over £10, Is ; over £10 bat not over £16, la 6d ; over £15, but not over £20, 2 Money Orders by Telegraph. To New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and Perth (Western Australia) : Charge for a mes sage in addition to above rates. Ordersl payable in New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, New Zea land, ^Tasmania, and Western Aus tralia, Not ovor £2, 6d; not over £5, Is; not over £7, Is 6d ; not over £10 2s;.not over £12, 2s 6d ; not over £15, j 3a; not 'over £17, 3s 6d; not over j £20, 4s. PACKETS, ETC.' I Preparation for Poet. I Packets may ba Bent through the post w\Ulou^ ct oovor (but .Doi tantuooil wiiH anything adhesive, such as gum, postage stamp, sealing wax, etc) ; in a cover entirely open at onojend or side (if the cover be alit, the opening muBt be of the full extent of the end or side, and the contents mast be easy of withdrawal.) the cover may bear the...
District Telephone Stations and Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 15 May 1914
District Telephone Stations . "and Rates. Conversations can bo carried on between Cbiltern aDd the undermen tioned places by _ tolepliono, either direct from subscribers' premises or from the post oihce, at charges named First 3 Additional minutes.' 3 minutes. Allan's Flat ... 8d 6d Albury ... 4d 3d Barnawartha ... 2d 2d .Beech worth ... 8d Gd Benalla ... 8d Gd Bethanga ... 6d 5d Bright ... Is 9d Chiltern Valley 2d 2d Corowa ... 4d 3d Devenish ... 8d 6d Euroa ... 18 9d Eldorado 8d 6d Ebden ... 6d 5d GleDrowan ... Gd od Germanton n.S.w IS 9d Howlong ... 8d 6d Haon ... Gd 5d Jindera n.S.w ... Gd 5d Kyabram 2a "Id Is 9d Koetong ... Is 9d Lowesdale N.S.w Is 9d Mooroopna 2s 4d 1b 9d Milawa ... 8d 6d Melbourne 2a 4d Is 9d Rlulwala Is 9d Myrtleford . ... Is 9d TO a -la North Prontico... 4d ISA Rutherglen ... 3d 3d Springhurst ... 2d 2d Seymour Is lOd Is id Swanpool ... Is 9d Tarrawingee ... 8d Cd Tallangatta ... 8d 6d TocumwalNsw Is lOd Is 4d Towong Is 4d la Violet Town ... Is 9d Wabgunyah...