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STANLEY POLICE COURT. Saturday, March 7. (Before Mr A. A. Kelley, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 10 March 1914
STANLEY POLICE COURT. Saturday, March 7. (Before Mr A. A. Ifellcy, P.M.) James William Muter v. William Henry Sheppard, claim for £5 Gs 8d for goods sold ,and delivered. This summons was not served; On the ap plication of complainant's solicitor, Mr Ryan, the return date was ex tended to 23rd J ray, next. James William .Muter v; Samuel - Frederic Hunter. Mr Evan appcarcd for complainant and defendant ap peared in person and admitted tile claim made. An order was made for £3 lls 5d with £1 Is. costs and execution was stayed for four weeks. Mr Muter, J.P., then took his scat on the Bcnch. Mr F. C. Gillie?, Assistant Forester, sued a resident of Stanley for cutting wood on Crown lanls without a licence. Mr Mackay appeared for in fomant and defendant appeared in person and admitted he hau cut fire wood, but said he did not know he required a licence. He was fined £1. F. C. Gillies, i\ssisfcinf. Forester, v. .Tames Clark, charge of lighting a flro within the Stanley State Forest ' in' co...
ACCIDENTS & EMERGEN CIES HAT TO DO TILL THE DOCTOR COMES. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 10 March 1914
ACCIDENTS ' & EMERGEN C1ES HAT TO DO TILL THE DOCTOR COMES. The following' useful hints-the ad option of which in country places may be the means of saving human life-have 'been -issued by the author 5ty of the Australian Health Society : There should be in every home a place known to every member of the household (but out of the way of the children) where are kept 4'eady for immediate use the follow ing articles which can IK> obtained from a chemist:-A pair of scissors, three or four liirge needles (threaded) a few prepared bandages, some lint, adhesive plaster, oil silk, cotton wool for padding, olive oil, and a bottle of Boracic or Carbolic acid solution. [You are recommended, also, to obtain, if possible, practical instruc tion from a St. John Ambulance As sociation class. ' Every family should have at least one certificated mem ber of the Association.] BRUISES AND SPRAINS. If a bruise can be treated at onse, apply cold water, and keep the part at perfect rest; otherw...
THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 10 March 1914
T11 K RAIN FALL. V Following are the. records of tlit liiinfaii sinoe the'veur .1PS2 : Jhcunry . Mn'ol".... Apri! .... Mnv.. Jnne Juh Allans' ... ."cFl?raocr ctobcr > overober December 0 32 0. 1(5 0 9>? 2 35 4 20 . 2.109 3. 65 4 -71' 1--71 4 19 2B0 1 46 0 37 1 R9 I 83 1 01': 2:64 4 ;21. ?S|48 3 63 3 14 4 47 1 66 0 85 1 85 010 1 30 .'"181 2 60 3 39 067 2 22 2 13 2 23 3 68 1 37 1 32 2 84 1 32 1 93 2 12 3 90. 1 26 2 29 6 45 1 45 1 26 2 11 1350 U 'i 0 43 1 35 : 45 3 36. ««S 7 36 8«/ 1 44 .> 64 1 44 ,3 89 .4 74 2 51 2 14 5 13 630 .2.07 4.or ,2 34 .6 00 3 20 2 83 2 74 0 61 0 77 3 63 ;3;i8 .2 94 169 3 01 0 5" 0 47 7 05 2 44 2 96 0 08 3 51 8 51. 7 77 . J 49 5 46 '5 40 2 64 2 74 0 50' 0 02 2 96 2 78 ; 1 58 2 15 5 35 : 4 79 .3 84 2 57 4 30 3 41 3 33 -4 7;l 0.02 3 16 2 06 1 27; 4 01 4.40 2 65 .1 52 2 49 2.78 ( 59 0 66 1 03 0:25 ? 2 90 3 77 ??2.41 3 05 5 60 3 85 2:70 3 42 1 70 1 07 0 04 1 06 3 21 - .7. 57 7- 02 . .3 80 . 3 18 4 78 4 29 . 2-41 2.64 . 1 12 1 30 . 5 to 4,77 2 47 5 15: 6 5...
SEYMOUR CONTEST. Kilmore, Monday, [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 10 March 1914
SEYMOUR CONTEST. Kilmoro, Monday,, j Senior cadets from Kilmore, C'orow.'i and .Mooroopna vis'ted S~>y mour on Saturday to take pait in batfalion' competitions. Kilmore sec ured first place, w.ith 588.. points : Corown second (.r)7.2) and Nfooroopna tliird (5G8); . TOe "programme included, inspection of equipment, musketry, skirmishing-, physical' exercises, sec tion drill and march past. The Judees were Captain Lee, Euroa, command ing officer; Lieutenant Storey, Sey mour, adjutant of the battalion: Cap tain Sergeant TJnnnlla, and Lieutenant Weddell, Sheppnrton, area officers. Sergeant-Major Seigel was in charge of the Kilmore company, whicli will be entitled tp take' part in the State' district competitions to be held in Melbourne shortly;
WOKKERS COMPENSATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 10 March 1914
WOKKERS COMPENSATION ACT. . It wilt bo some months, probably September, before the Workers Com pensation Act comes into operation as (he Stato Insurance Department has to be founded and regulations Iramcd The method of fixing the premium is by the employer giving', at tho commencement of. the policy, an esti mate of the wages he will pay during the term, on . which. .a premium is charged. At the.,expiration of the 12 months, the employer informs the company as 'to trfo' amount he has actually paid, "'arid an adjustment is made, either by the payment of an extra premium by the employer or a refund by the company, according as to whether the estimate originally supplied is over or under the actual payments. It will, therefore, be seen that the premium is based on the total wages paid by the employer during the year and not on the number of employees. An employer may en gage a number of additional hands for only a short period during the year and ho will be protected in re gard to them...
TENNIS, MAY DAY V. TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 10 March 1914
TENNIS, MAY DAY V. TOWN. This match was continued and con- i i eluded on Saturday last o>! the May ' | Day courts. On the previous Satur- | i day when play ceased the Town team ? ! iiad a lea l of six games and there i j remained but. four games to play. ? The result, was rather a surprise as , the May Day team not only wiped ; out the previous week's deficiency but ran out winners with four games | lead. The match caused considerable ; excitement amongst tennis players : and supporters of whom there was a | good attendance. Following are de- i tails:- i GENTS' DOUBLES. ; H. .Walker and P. Andrews! (T.) | beat J. Fox and W. Dunn (M.D.), G-4, S[. .P. Ryan and B. :Woodhea'd : (T.) lost, to P.' Allen and F. Dunn (M D.), 4-G. | LADIES' SINGLES. ' Misses Alderdice and Cook (T.) ! beat Misses B an:l R. AUott (M.D), 1 12-10. Mrs Edwards and Mis? Zwar (T"), ' lost to Misses Cameron and L. Allott (M.D.), 9-3. MIXED DOUBLES. M. P Ryan and Miss Alderdice (T.) beat P. Allen and Mis3 L. Allot...
THE ROCK[?] MOUNTAIN DREDGE. The Christening Ceremony. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 10 March 1914
FRE V.OCKK MOUNTAIN* DREDGE. The Christening- Ceremony. ^ Itii.oug-h it was? not generally | known when the ceremony wa1: to! take place there- was a .considerable j crowd of ladies and gentlemen ]>r(>- | ssni at the christening of the Rocky Mountain Extended Gold ' Sluicing Company's dredge, Spring Creek, Beechwoitli, on Monday morning1. After an inspection of the iJrudge , at work the toast of "The King" was | loyally,-honoured. Mr'A. W. Poster said it-was with very great pleasure thai. the.v met there that day to see the openinrr of the first dredge on Spring Creek. It was an event ho had been looking forward to_ for many years and he thought it' would mark a new era in the success of' the Rocky' Moun tain Co. He proposed to give thetn it retrospective and prospective re view of the company sine: its incep tion in 1872. At that time aeompany callod the Rocky Mountain Extended Gold Sluicing Company was formed Which ' took over the int" rests of the Rocky Mountain Company...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 10 March 1914
L\j and sores ana make tne entire scalp j | j a clean and sweet. Zam-Buk is so : "1 pure »nd refined Itself,and so sooth- >' , '.'J. ing, healing and antiseptic, and is C ! Kg superior -o all ordinary ointments \ H? and salves. No form of skin dls> j |S« ease can long resist the potent her' g?/ I bil juices of ?which Zam-Buk U !v' ; lal composed. Zam-Buk heals up cuts, j I burns and scalds quickly and ' cleanly. } v
MOTOR CAR FRIGHTENS TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 10 March 1914
MOTOR CAE FRIGHTENS TEAM. Mr Frank Paul, a driver employed by the Border United Breweries Co operative Co. Ltd., and others had an exciting lew minutes at. Gapsted on Friday last. " Mr Paull, in the performance of his work, left his team unattended on the road with a load of "empties" and they were startled by a motor car and bolted at top 6peed towards Beechworth. A number of men joined in the chase. The motor car picked up l'auU and soon overtook the bolting team as it passed over the railway brii'ge near Taylor's Gap and as they ranged alongside an occupant of tlu; motor car jumped . out and stopped the horses. The occupants of the car' then turned their kindlv attentions to Paull, whose right arm was badly bruised by the waggon wheels whicii passed over it when he tripped and fell as he rushed to hi-t horses'. hc.aOs when they, first started off. Another man drove the tuam to Bec.cliwordi where Dr. Russell; locum teneiis Coi' Dr. Skinner,'j found t'w t th . musd.'s if PaulTs arm...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 10 March 1914
WANTED. SUPERIOR furnished Bed and Sit ting Rooms, Use Kitchen. Re ference* exchanged. No chiWron. ' Permanent.. Reply, "Central," Beechworth Post, Office. GRAZING LANDS TENDERS will be received on or before -Monday, 30th March, 1914, for .the right to graze, on the undermentioned iand from, the 1st April. 1914, to 30th September. 1915. The fee for above period and fee for licence must accompany ea"h tender. Tender forms and all particulars may be obtained at the local Land Ollice. Lot o (Block 10782),-6 acres, al lotments 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11. section 5, township and parish of Evertori, formerly held by T. J. Scott; HARRY S. W. LAWSOX. Commissioner of Crown Land? and' Survey. VACEA.NSAHS&B A. P &, XX. SOCIETY. TWENTY-THIRD . ANNUAL SHOW! WEDNESDAY, MARCH JS, 1914 £200.in Prize Money ENTRIES CLOSE on 14& MARCH SPECIAL TRAIN leaving. Ever ton 8.55 on Morning of Sliow, returning at 8 p.m. . Full particulars on application to "... J NO. T. MCLYNEUX, . . .' ' ....
OFT-CONVICTED MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 10 March 1914
OFT-COXVICTED MAN The attention of Judge Johnson sitting in the Court of General Ses sions, has been given to (he case of John Charles Barlow, who was on February 12 convicted at the Csurt of Petty Session?, BenJlla. of having no lawlul moiln; of suppoit. When. Judg . Johns on was sitting as chairman of the general sessions at Benalla on February 21, Barlow was brought before him. and an ap plication- v.a; made on behalf of thc Crmvn that he be detained, under section G of I he Ind terminate Sen tences Act, in a reformatory prison during the Governor's pi :as ir&lt;; after the expiration o> his present sentence. Before acc d ng |.j the request, upon the materials lie had before hiin, Judge Johnston decided to find out whether any order would have the effect of causing Barlow's associa tion with more hopeful prisoners. Barlow having already been con victed 21 time?, although only 33 years of age. Judge Johnston ac cordingly remanded him to Melbourne to be dealt wir.li. In ...
RETURNING OFFICERS. Federal Positions Created. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 10 March 1914
RETURNING OFFICERS. Federal Positions Created. At the meeting: of the Federal Cabinet held on Thursday the Minis try decided to effect an important change in connection with the elec toral administration by appointing permanent divisional returning offi cers, who will devote themselves ex clusively to electoral work, and af fording all divisional returning offi cers adequate permanent clerical . assistance. The new divisional returning of ficers will be nominated by the public service commission"!' and receive fixed salaries of £310 per annum. Under the provisions of the Public Service Act officers of the Common wealth and Slate public services, in cluding the. police and Education De partments are eligible for appoint ment. Applicant1;' will be required to perform the duties imposed upon divisional returning officers by the Electoial Aft the Referendum (Con stitution Alteration) Act. the regu lations, and official instructions is sued from time to time for their guidance. In view o...
DISTRICT COURTS PETTY SESSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 10 March 1914
DISTK.JOT COURTS PETTY .SESSIONS ; Becchworth, daily/ t;1 yBcnalla,. daily. Bethanga, every Wednesday. - / Chiltcrn, every Monday, Wednes day and Friday. Eldorado, every Wednesday. Butherglen, every Tuesday and Friday. ., Tallangatta, every Wednesday. I Wodonga, every Thursday, l Waagaratta, daily. Wuhguuyali, every second Friday.
MAIN ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 13 March 1914
MAIN ROADS BOARD. After their conference with district municipal councillore at Wanffaratta the Main Roads Board Kpie on to Beochworth on sliort notice and met a fow councillor at the Council chambers. Mr Henry Turiicr brought before their notice, samples of iieech worth granite of which the chairman expressed a favourable opinion. He is taking the samples to Melbourne to bo tested. Accompanied by Mr Travis, Shire engineer, the board in spected the Chiltern road to the Shire boundary near Gidley's Gap, tho Myr tleford and AVliorouly roaus, also the Stanley and Yackandandah roads. They 'will report to the Council in about three weoks.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chiltern and Howlong Times and Ovens Register — 13 March 1914
MANY HAPPY RETURNS. - Yes terday, March 12. Mr Benjamin Eagle ton, reachcd the 81st anniversary of his birthday hale, hearty, active'and in full possession of all his faculties, and we have pleasure in wishing him "Many happy returns of the day." Mr Eagleton came to Victoria as far back as 1852 and was attracted to this district by the Indigo rush in 185!) He spent seven years in Yack amlandah, and then joined the Edu cation Department and retired on a pension with 27 years' servic", to fol low journalistic pursuits for another 15 or 115 years. Mr Finnis, governor of Beechworth gaol, is to retire at the end of this year. The pumpkin which formed the sub ject. of a weight guessing competition at Beechworth Autumn Show was weighed by Mr R. Taylor, of Shaw Bros', store, on Thursday morning. It weighed 93 lbs. PRESBYTERIAN ^HURCH BEEGHWORTH. SABBATH, MARCH 15, HARVEST THANKSGIVING. REV. R. £. MACLEOD will conducS services in tho above Church as follows : Morning', II a.m. Evening', 7 p....