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ALBURY V BUTHERGLEN [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 22 May 1914
ALIJURV V KUTHKRCJLEN* A spocirt! train conveyed tlio Ruth erglen team to Albury ou Saturd«y whure they played their first match of 'be season with the local eighteen The visitors went out as game aa evrr, and the result of the mitch won never iu doubt for at each stage of the came they were well in front, ami finished winners by 30 points Tin; scores were--RuUie'glen, (J goals 15 behiwis ; Albury, f) goals 9 b''hinds. Carmichael acted as central umpiro Th'i pate receipts amounted to £21, exclusive of members' tickets. I.A.KI: IWVKIW V C01I0WA. Those teams met. at Rutherglim on Saturday, when, after a very interest ing gime, Corowa came out on lop, the scores leinit--Curowa, 7 f;oult 12 behiuds, Lake Rovers 5 goals 7 behinds. Delegates from Ruthergleo, Border, Howlong and Lake Rovers attended a meeting of the Ovens and Murray Association, presided over by Mi Denehy at McKay's hotel, Rutherglen, last week. The president stated that the resolution deeming the Chiltern association a ju...
Rainfall Records at Chiltern. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 22 May 1914
Rainfall Records at Chiltcrn. Year Points 1887 3717 1888 1851 . 7f> 18 8'J ' -1138 87 1890 2157 88 1891 2507 83 181)'2 2318 91 ! s«»;j ;mr> 81 18U4 1078 . 117 1895 'J 127 8'J 18'JG 2348 88 1897 1927 92 1808 2701 92 1899" 2387 100 1900 2801 120 1901 217-1 110 1902 1073 77 1903 2729 321 1901 2018 99 1900 2553 US 1900 3329 101 1907 -1809 09 190S 2234 101 1909 2525 111 1910 2109 110 1911 2017 111 1912 2103 96 1913 2309 98 Oh Merchant in thine hour oi oeo If on the Sl'ANiiAiiu you should cce, Tnkconr wlvicciuid now he yyy Ami in thnt journal advertiii, You'll lind the project of .some miu Neglect cun oli'er no cxqqq; Bo wise at once-prolong your duno, A silent bueinesu toon dkl;k.
DISTRICT COURTS. PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 22 May 1914
DISTRICT COURTS. rETTY SESSIONS, .Becchworth-Daily Benalla-Daily Bethanga-Evory Wednesday^ Chiltern-Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Eldorado-Every Wednesday. Kiowa-First Wed. each month Myrtleford-Every Friday. Iluthorylen-Evory Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday Tallangalta-Every Wednesday Wodongn-Evory Thursday . Wangaratta-Daily Wahgunyah-Every second Friday, Yackandandah-Every Monday.
Phases of the Moon 1914. March [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 22 May 1914
Phases of the Moon 1914. March First quarter-Thursday 5 Full moon-Thursday 12 Lust quarter-Thursday 19 Mew moon-Friday 27 April First quarter-Saturday 4 Full uioon-Friday 10 Last quarter-Friday 17 New moon-Saturday 25 M ny First quarter-Sunday 3 Full moon-Sunday 10 Last quarter-Sunday 17 Now moon-Monday 25 J una First quarter-Tuesday 2 Full moon-Monday 8 Last quarter-Tuesday 10 New moon-Wednesday 24_ J uly First quarter-Wednesday 1 Full moon-Wednesday 8 Lust quarter-Wednesday 15 New moon-Thursday 23 First quarter-Thursday 30 A.Ul»UBt l?uU moon-Thursday 0 Last quarter-Friday 14 ' New moon-Friday 21 First quarter-Friday 28 September Full moon-Saturday 5 Last quarter-Sunday 13 Now moon-Sunday 20 First quarter-Saturday 26 October Full moon-Sunday 4 Last quarter-Monday 12 Now moon-Monday 19 First quarter-Monday 20 November Full moon-Tuesday 3 Last quarter-Wednesday 11 Now moon-Wednesday 18, First quarter-Tuesday 24 December Full moon-Thursday 3 List quarter-Thursday 10 Now moon-Thursday ...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 22 May 1914
bPORTINU. The death of the well known racing atallion, The Doctor, occurred at the residence of his owner, Mr William Connors, Whorouly, last week, and there will ha sympathy for Mr Con nors in the loss of a valuable pony. Death was duo to pneumonia, and the disease could not be Btayed though a veterinary surj;ron was in attend ance. The Doctor was an aged pony bred by Mr Walter C. Younger, of Greta, and was by Amherst-Jane, a relativp, therofore, to Alma, Yalve, and other ponies that have mado Mr Youutter'a name prominent. }le had many excdlent perfortmncps to his credit, both on metropolian courses and in the country. Mr R. S. Bray, secretary of the Wangaratta District llillo Olubs' Union, has prepared a list showing the amount of money tho members of the respective clubs competing won at the recent Easter matches, held at Wancraratta. The amounts are as follow: - Bright, L45 17s lOd; Wo done*1! L3S 17s SJ; Murray River (Corowa), L26 3s 3d; Baroawarihi, L25 I ts 8d ; Metropolitan ...
THE GAZETTE. Crown Lands Available. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 22 May 1914
THE GAZETTE. Crowu Lands'A vjiiluble. The undermentioned ureas are avail able up to Wednesday, 27th May County Bogong, parish Chiltern, 92a, £1 10s aero, in noitli of parish (forfeited by H. U. Mdridye), four wiles from Ohiltern License Revoked. Harry F. Gayfer, 28a, Chiltern Transfer of Leases. August Pertzel, 15a ~2r 22p, Chil tern; transferee, Charlotte J. T. Travis Applications for Tssuo of Crown Grants. L. Walsh, la Or 33p, Chiltern West Lease Approved. Adam Robertson, 40a Or 2Sp, Chil tern West Application for Issue of Crown Grants John Ferguson, la, Chiltern Sarah E. Duncan and Emily C. Duncan, 20a, Chiltern
SPRINGHURST V CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 22 May 1914
SPRINGHURST V CHILTERtf. A fair number of spectators wit nessed the match between the above teams at Sprinehurst on Saturday, but from an onlookers point of view the game wag rather one-sided. Spring .' ? hurst had a very Btrong team, whilo it took Chiltern all their time to muster up eighteen. The visitors won the toss and decided to kick towards th ? South goal. Sprinehurst rushed away from the start, but a clever bit of work by Walstab and Lafranchi and the ball was close to the goal, where - Cannon scored a single, and his little brother Jack notched a minor point a : few seconds later. Play ensued along the wing where McGufiie, Plum Bros, Kelly and Snowden battled very hard ; they eventually got the leather in ' front where J Pearce quickly snapped | a point from the ruck. The kick-off was speedily returned and E. Kelly . from a mark raised one flag. Pearce centred the ball, and from a scrimmage McLean put oil the wing, but Kelly and W. Plum forced to the goal. A ' lot'ol' give...
The Federal Standard. ESTABLISHED 1859 With which are Incorporated THE OVENS CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZETTE. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 22 May 1914
fo leiepl JjiaitiM, 3 -i J ESTABLISHED 1859 WItb which aro Incorporated THE OVENS CONSTITUTION and 01URKAY GAZETTE. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING . FRIDAY, MAY 22, lUM. ALTHOUGH several months havo elap sed sinco the members of the Country Roads Board paid their visit of in spection to the .North-Eastern Shires nothing definito has been done to improve the main thoroughfares which they are to control. While louring around the roads in this district they recognised the necessity for immediate action, considering that tho main Melbourne-Sydney road was one of tho worst thoy had encountered. Nevertheless, they have made 110 move to iniprovo it, and councils are in the uneuviablo position of not knowing what to do. A large HUIII of money has .been set apart for lho making of good main thoroughfares, and the expenditure of same has been ei)irust>d io the three men who con stitute tho Country Roads Board. Ono of their duties is to detoriuiuo which are main roads. That ie one of tho wo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 22 May 1914
satisfies GEO. SMITH'S SPECIAL SEEDS. Giant Asters, Stocks, Pansies, and all Flower and Vegetable Seeds, MY Hardy Cold (Miniate FRUIT THKES, Kubo Plants, .Shrubs, otc., grow vigorously when transplanted to milder di>Liiets. SMITH'S SEGDS and PLANTS are Sold ON HONOR. TRY THEM ! Cash Orders delivered VIlKlOnt l'AIP to any ltaiUvay Station. GE O. SMI or JHr""SEED&°PLANTMERCHANT, BALLABAT (Estab'ished 180-1.) Commonwealth MfeSSanft of HustvaKa HEAD OFFICE 8YDNEY Shli Ban* ts open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINES8 it EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Ilobart, llriabano, ftockhampton, TowniTille, and I^ondon. Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign place.* direr*. Foreign bills nef»tlat.*d and collected. Letter* of credit intiM to anr part of the world. Hill# negotiated or forwarded for collection. Ilxnking and Kxchange Rminena of every description tranaayled within the Common* wealth. United Kingd...
FEEDING POOR MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 22 May 1914
FEEDING POOR MOTHERS. At King's Oross, Marylebon?, Battersea, Hnnimersmith, Siepney, and Croydon, nursing and expectant mothers are provided with nourish in° dinners duily for twopencn. TliiB valuable work for the mothers of London is undertaken l>y the Women's League of Service. The dinner hour is from 2 to 3, and thus'mothers havetimt to sen their elder children off to school before leaving horn" for the centre At present between 50 and GO women nre provided with a substantial meiil daily. Tlio following ia a specimen menu for a week : Monday-Haricot bean soup, fuet duiupline, boiled rice. Tuesday-Cheese savoury, greens, gravy, tapioca, and custard. Wednesday-Mi at and pota'o hash, haricot beans, suet pudding. Thursday-Fish pie, semolina and jam. Friday--Cottage pie, beans, gravy-, blanc mange. Saturday-Pea soup and giu per bread puddini:, A cup of tea is also included in each day's menu, and mothers who are (juite unable to pay the small sum of twopence nro provided with In a ...
MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 22 May 1914
MINING MEMS. A number of Sydney investors have i formed a syndiadte, called tho Com monwealth Development Syndicate, to work the tin lole, Dear Chiltern, leaso No 3051, in the namo of Mr R H. Boucher, also tho two leaaos adjoin ing the above in the name of Mr \V, S. Kirwood. Operations are to be | commenced next week and should the expert's anticipations bo realised dur ing the working op'ion of three months, MrT. Fletcher Moore of the firm of Messrs Fletcher and Oox, con sulting mining engineers of London, will undertake to pub tho proposal beforo a London tin group for flota tion. Tho poppet legs, etc, at the Pilot Tin, miuH havo been erected, and it is expected that during next woek the boiler will bo built in. As soon as the engine is placcd in position abaft sinking will be proceeded with. The first consignment of tin was sent away from tho Britain mine during tho week. Very fair progress in being made in the Chiltern Valley iu opening up the wash (luring tho past week, the dri...
DEARER MEAT IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 22 May 1914
DEARER MEAT IN ENGLAND. Possibly enthusiasts for vegetarian ism may lie gratified (says " The Times") at the prosp ct of a further rise in the price of beef and mutton, hut the householder of normally car nivorous tastes will look forwidil ID the future with some uneasiness. There is strong reason to believe t hut for some tinvi to come the world's consumption of ni'Mt will increase more rapidly than it supplies ; at.d, SO far as we cm forecast future tendencies, it is unlikely that the development which may event u illy lie expected in the world's stock fanning will succeed in reducing prices to the comfortable level of twenty years ago. The most definite recent in fluence ad'ecting this country has been the revised fiscal policy of the United States, which now permit (he free import of refrigerated moats. But there is an underlying cause of which the change in the meat tariff is lirgeiy a result. Instead of feeding Euro pel thoir eitpcrlliioiJH /Kicks unrJ herds, the United States...
Stems of [?]ems. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 22 May 1914
§teuis of ]£len>s» On May 2nd at tho Church of Eng land, Greensborougb, by the He» Mr Wells, Arthur J us Weare, sou of tho Into C. J. Weare, of OhiHern, was m tried to Miss Ruby Priichard, oldest daughter uf Mr G. A. Priichard, of ltuth&lt;T«J.>i>. Tli-> Intel" 'Vii' Kiv' " away liy tier brother, Clcurgi', unit attended by Miss Alma VVuare, as bridesmaid. Mr 0. Weans was groomsman. Tho bridal breakfust took pinco iit tho residence of tho bridegroom's grand aunt, Mrs He.it land, Greeimbutough. On Saturday evening last Mr ,J. Howes find fits wife and eliifri were returning to Chiltern from Spring hurst, when the gig in which they were .seated collided with a stump. Tho vehicle was overt urn* (1 by the impact and all the occupants thrown heavily on to the. romlway. For tunately 110(10 of them received more than a few bruises, nml after righting tho conveyance completed the journey. Alfred Ilaiusden, who w»s charged with disorderly behaviour at tho Kcliuca police cou...
Ovens and Murray Football Association. THE DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 22 May 1914
Ovens and Murray Football Association. THE DRAW. Matches to ho played on tho grouud of t ho first named club : May 23 L»tke Kovftrs v Alhury-Cunnicbael Border Unitpd v Ilo-vlony-Unrry Huiher^len, n bye May 30 Hulherglen v Like Jtovrrs-Harry Alhury v Howloni*-Evans Border Uni'ed, u bye Juno G Howlon" v Ri]then»len-Evans Border United v Alhury-Oarmicbnel L»ki! Hovers, -i hyu June 13 Rnthnrylon v Border United- Hnrry Mowiong v Like Hovers-Curuiclmel A1 bury, a bye For Children's Hacking C iu^h at Nijdit, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is Gd TIIHOAT Am^TioN's and Hoaksknk.sh. Ul Buil'iiri!!^ from irritation of tho throat a'lrt hoars' n«-s3 will ho a^n-cably HUrpri.sed vo ch«- iilmonf inimciltutfi l.y C'ic list) of * firown n Hroiic.hia.} Trochca.' Phes^ fainoiiM ' lozenge*' aro now wold bv most rcppcetablo obemiMs in thin country. Puoplo troubled wifcii a ' hack c?»ui*h, . a * aliybt cold,' or bron, chial auctions cannot tr> them too BOOH as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 22 May 1914
INDIGESTION AND MKADACIIKS HAD NO DiflSriiiS TO EAT. GOOD HEALTH RESTORED HY DR MOR SE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. 44 Seeing one of your pamphlets some years ago," writes Mra S. A. ToMjIu, f Olindu-ist , Quarry Hill, liendiyo, 4 4 and at, that period biiiw comple tely run down, having Just c onsid o r a !> I e Nvtiii^hr, I deci dud to j»ivu Dr Morse's Indian Root 1> 111 s a trial to rectify what I con aidered to be indigestion. I suffered much with Flatulency and Sick Head ache*, and had little or no desire to oat. These symp toms soon vanished under a course of Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills. My digestion ; improved and the system generally was toned up. My weight again became nor mal, and I have never had anything to omplain of since. I recommend them to my friends and have every faith in your medicine. You can utilise these lines if houyht lit I am a mother of sixteen children." FJAIU i.nee is caused by imperfect diges tion. The food fermot>tB and. pases form that cauae much pain...
Help in Cases of Accident. BURNS AND SCALDS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 22 May 1914
Help in Cases of Accident. BURNS AND SCALDS. Oover with cooking sodu and ;ay I wot clothes over it, whites of eggs and J olivo oil, olive and linseed oil, Hour and mixed chalk and whiting DHOWNINO. 1. Loosen clothing, if any 2. Empty lungB of water by laying body 011 its stomach and lifting it up by the mid-lie so that the head hangs down ; jerk the liody a fow limes 3. l'ull tonguo forward using band kerchief or pin with siring if notes s,i ry 4. Imitate motion of respiration by ultimately compressing and expand ii... y .1 niinol.i. I UTi.uinly rni«inK .mcj lowering the arms from the sides up above the head will stimulato the action of the lungs; let it lie done gently but persistently 5.~ Apply warmth nnd friction to extremities G. By holding the tonguo forward closing tho nostrils, nnd pressing the " Adiiin'a applo" back (so as to close entranco to stomach) direct inflation enn b tried. Take a deep breath and breathe it freely into thu mouth of tho patient, compress the chest to ...
Chiltern and District Football Association. THE DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 22 May 1914
Chiltern and District Football Association. ZHB na/iw. Matches to be played oil the ground of the first named club : May 2IJ Chilteru v ]larnawartha-Snow Xnmstown v Chilteru V.-Uosengren Mt 0[-ihir v Spriiiijhurst-Johns May aO Springhur.st v Chiltern V.-liosengren Jjarnawartlia v Xmastown-Johns Chilteru v Mt Opliir-Snow June (! Xmastown v Cliiltcrn-liosengren (.'liiitern Valley v Mt Ophir-Johns liarnawartha v Snriuglim'Ht-Snow