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TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 29 May 1914
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. Letters-For every Joz or under 0 1 Post Cards-Stamped oo Cards... 0 1 Letter Cards to New South Wales, South Australia, Tasmania, Queensland, West Australia, New Zealand and]Fiji ...0 1 Post Cards, Reply Post Cards, Packets, Books, Newapapors, Registration Fee, ssme as for places within Victoria Parcel' Poit-For every parcel of lib or under ... ... 0 8 Each additional lib or under (up to 111b) ... 6 6 Rates to the United Kingdom and Foroign Countries. Letters-Fori evory Aoz or under 0 1 PostCards-oach . ... ... 0 1 Reply Post Cards-each ... 0 2 Newspapers-ioz] Id, oaoh ad ditional 2oz ... ... 0 0J Comiiorcial Papers-2oz 3d, 4oz 3Sd, Goz 4d, 8oz 4£d, lOoz 5d, then every 2oz to 6ibs .. 0 1J Printed Papers, other than news papers, for every 2oz or under up to 51b ... ... ... 0 1 Patterns and samples-For every 2oz or under up to 12oz ... 0 1 Registration Fee ... ... 0 3 Acknowledgment of delivery of a registered article ... ... 0 Parcels Post, wholly by sea...
POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES RATES FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 29 May 1914
POST AND TELEGRAPH RATES BATES PORPLAUKS IN VICTORIA. Letters-Half ounco or under ... 0 ,, Voc every ounce ... 0 Urgent Letters-For each Letter iu addition to ordinary poBU>ge 0 Late fee ... ... .. 0 Packets-Commercial and printed papers, maximum weight 5Ibs, dimensions not to excaod 2ft in length, 1ft in depth or width, for every 2oz, or fraotion thereof ... ... ... 0 I ' ttorn» 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* or fraotion &r0 0,1 ot undce up to'-Dlba ... ... ... 0 Newspapers--For each newspaper 0 Newspapers t magazines and publications not published in the Commonwealth; 2uz ... 0 Post Cards-each ... ... 0 Reply Post Cards-oach ... 0 Letter Cards-2 for ... M 0 Registration feo ... ... 0 Parcel lib or under ... ... 0 Parcel, each extra lb or under ... 0
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 29 May 1914
POSTAL NOTES. Postal NoteB may ba obtained atany Post Office in Victoria Hours of pay ment 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The following ?re the denominations of the notes, and the poundage, or the price charged for them;-Is, ; Is 6d, $d ; 2s, Id ; 2s 6d, Id ; 3s, Id ; 3s 6d, Id ; 4a, Id; 4s 6d, Id: 5s, lid ; 7s 6d, 2d; lOi, 3d; 10s 6d, 3d : 15s, 3d ; 20b 3d..' MONEY ORDERS. United Kingdom, aud othec^! British Possessions and Foreign Countries, Cd for each £1 or fraction of £1,
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 29 May 1914
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. Town and suburban, within preaoribed limits, or within tiftcon miles from tbo lending Btation, iocluding address and signature, not exceeding 10 words, 6d ; each additional word Id. Otbor places within tho State, except town and aubucban, iocluding address and .ignaturo, not exceeding 1G words, Od; * each additional word Id. Iuteratato.-From any ono Stato to .Dottier, including address and siguature, and oot exceeding 16 words Is ) each ad* ditioual word Id. On telegrams to and from Tasmania tho charges are those mentioned abovo, with cable charges added, which at the present time is Jd per word. Double tho foregoing ratos to be charged for the transmission of telegrams on Sun day, Christmas Day, and Good Friday and for ".Urgent" telegramB, Tbo foregoing rates are'**exclaBire o porterage charges
AT CORNISHTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 29 May 1914
AT COUN'ISHTOWN*. No special ifiurt to celobrato Em pire Day was mado by tho parents of tin; scholars attending the above school. Tbo school committee also considered thit the annual picnic should bo tho chief event of tho year. In consequence, only tho departmental programme was carried out. The afternoon was free to tha children to do 11s they pleased, and tnnny of them attended tho celebrations at Chiltern and Ilutherylen.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 29 May 1914
CONSTIPATION OVERCOME BY Dll MOUSE'S IN DIAN HOOT PILLS. '. I was troubUd with that cnmp'nint. ?' ptifii i- n,' writer Mrs I.i:tbe!l. T v or, i Kb 't'ii street", East Baliara , Vi*. ' which proved the b;ine of my exigence irm 1 ii&lt;it unlike man)* other folks, iri-jd -.'Ye ;i rector,wives in vain-at least, th.i p i.wii my . xpiTU'DCi) after trying ihein i .-reived iki permant'ir re'ief until hi-i fak-n a feu' dose* of Dr .Morse's In I'IJIh. «-)irt> to my j,»r«-nl mifin fteiiori and surprise I tiec.me suddenly well aijain, and I have no hesitation in wri in^ Indian Root f'il:s are a ptirfeet medicine for genuine re ief to all sullerere a 111 ;oi etl ai I \V'ia I recommend them t-» my friends everywhere and have no ob jeetion to your using this testimoi y." ehi;tern and District Football Association, CniLTEKN - Impounded lit ObilU-rn Pound 1 Yellow and White Jiullnol;, branded 0 with dot in centro near loin ; near car marked If not claimed and expenses paid, to h>' Gol...
AT CHILTERN VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 29 May 1914
A basket picnic was held at Chil torn Valley on Friday, the school com mittee nud parents considering it to be thi! belter way in which to cele brate I''uipire Day. Prior to (hi; picnic tin; programme, as prescribed by tliu Education department, was gone through, and addresses delivered on " The day we cel-bratu" by the 'eachers. The cliildren had a really enjoyable time, and during the aftor IIOOII wero regaled with a plentiful supply of choice delicacies
Ovens and Murray Football Association. THE DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 29 May 1914
Ovens and Murray Football Association. THE DRAW. Mutches to ho played on the ground of the first named club: May UO lluthorglon v Lute llovera-Hurry Albury v Howloni;-Evans Border United, u bye Juno C Howlong v Uuthcri>l(!n-Evans Border United v Alhury-Oaimichael Like Hovers, a bye June 13 . Rutherqlon v Border Uniteil-Harry Howlong v Like Rovers-G.irtuichael A'bury, a bye For Children's Ilnckin;: Cou^h (it Night, Woods' Great L'cpp;rmint Cure, Is Uil
The Indi Labor Nomination. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 29 May 1914
-The Indi Labor Nomination. Tho " North . Eastern . Ensign" writes:-Federal politics still con- [ tinue to engross attention The only surprise occasioned by the announce ment that Air Jack Smith, of Beech worth (who sustained a serious railway accident ftt Melbourne nearly 20 years n"o), has been nominated for Indi is that ho has survived to become an aspirant for Parliament. That he will be selected by Laborites seems to be a foregone conclusion ; and, as to figlitina funds, it is saf>5 to say Use North-Eastern district people, amongst whom Mr Smith is held to be of mora use and value than many Parli uneut arians, will surely subscribe the where withal. Wily, a shilling pool col lection would "° doubt fill the bill. Besides, for over a quarter of a cen tury Mr Smith lias served the public gratis with his pen and hid nom de plumes as a contributor to district journals, gratuitously given, are as familiar and as revc.rud to many people as the writer himself. Mr Smith has a practic...
AT BARNAWARTHA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 29 May 1914
HA UNA >VA u rn A. There was a large gathering of parents mid children , at the Barna wartha Statu school on Friday lust when the Annual Empire Day Picnic took place. The customary programme was gone through by the children in the morning, and in the afternoon the piunie was hold iu the school grounds. Owing to an urgent wire calling liini away Mr Romp, the head teacher, had to leave by the afternoon train, and an apology was received fiom Or Diffey for non-attendance. Tho chair was occupied by Cr Barlow, who said ho was pleased to see ho many present, which amply demonstrated the fact that tho spirit of patriotism wus very much alive i» tho Baruawartha district. Ho was thankful for having another oppor tunity of standing before them on Empire Day. lie was always at home with the children and par ticularly proud of any privilege of influencing them for good. Empire Day, aa they wero all aware, was a I day in history. It was inaugurated to perpetuate the memory of their : lnl.il b...
Empire Day Celebrations. AT CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 29 May 1914
Empire Day Celebrations. AT CiIILTERN\ Enipiro Day was celebrated by the annual picnic at Ohiltern oa Friday list. In the morning the scholars atten ded the State school a3 usual where up till about 11 o'clock a programme of patriotic songs was gone through, which were listened to with attention and pleasure by the parents and visitors preseat. Cr Black (president of the Chiltern shire council) said ho was phased to see so many moiling faces and hoped t'iny wo ild liavo an onjoyab o day Tliu celebration of Empiro Day was always looked forward to for it was a day in commemoration of their lato bo'.oved Queon Victoria. The queeu always look a great interest, in tho Australian colonies, and Victoria was named after her. Eich and every child should attend well to his or her . ducation, and when the tiino canto for them to leave school they should he prepared to go out into the world. Electricity mid steam had supplied a long felt want and all other things were improving, and as the chil...
AT UPPER BLACK DOG CRE[?]K. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 29 May 1914
AT UPPER CLACK DOG CIIKBK. After the usual assembly and the singing of a Good Morning song at the Upper Black Dog ..Crot-k S ate School by the children the head teacher (Mr lr. J. Hatfleld) on Friday morning gave a short address on Empire and tlio duly of each of its j members, exampling past and present heroes who had given their whole lives and work to the furthorraeut of the Empire's interests. Some national songs wero then rendered and Mr 11. K. Cook, correspondent of the School Committee, addressed the child ren on tho subject of Defonce of the Empire, making duo reference to the formation of Australia's Uaet and the training of tho army. Tho fact was emphasised that each and every ono piesent had obligations to fulfil for his nation. Afterwards tho (lag was saluted, the National Anthem eung, and three cheers for Tho King, calhd for by Master Woi, Martin, were given heartily. Tho scholars then adjourned to enable them to bo present at the picnic in the Chiltern park.
AT GOORAMADDA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 29 May 1914
AT (tOORAM ADDA. Friday, 31 ay 22, was observed as Empire Day at Gooramadda. The school was decorated with ilags, photo graphs and patriotic emblems. After tbc ceremony of saluting the (lag had been gone through and the National Anthem sung, cheers *vere given for the King. A progrnmuip in accor dance with iustruotiou8 recoivud from 1 the Education department was carried out during the morning meeting. An address-was given by the teacher and patriotic songs and readings rendered The afternoon was obsi-rved as a liolidiiy.
COMMERCIAL. Flanagan, Newman and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 29 May 1914
COMMbRClAL. * I I Flanagan, Newman and Co. Messrs Flanagan, Newman and Co. and Adumson, Strettio ami Co. report having held u Fpecial sa!» of burses at the market yards, Wan^aratta, on Friday. Owing to it being the busy time of the year with tbe fanning community ibcro \V»ip not the usual yarding of horsed, only 7H coming in. There was a good aitendance of Melbourne buyers, and there was good competition The yarding comvnsod mostly medium draughts and light harness sorts and ponies, thorc bring only a few heavy draughts io. Out of 78 yarded tvo disposed of 53, most of whiul) w(M)t to lUolljoiiroo. Host drought marcs Bold for Mi* Jos. Boyd made £30*; others £20 to £2&; aged medium draughts to £20; voung draughts £12; light harness horses £14 ; bucks, best, to £22 10s ; ponies ?« to £17; Btuall 45s to £5; aged lucks ion to -15s. Flanagan. Newman and Co. report having held their usual fortnightly market on Thurs day as follows :-(Quotations.-Best xbred , w^ihirs, 24/, purchased...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 29 May 1914
pen QMITH'Q Giant Asters, Stocks, Pansies, and all Flower and SPECIAL SEEDS. Vegetable Seeds, MY Hnrdy Cold Climato FliUIT TUBES, UDSO Plants, Shrubs, etc., grow vigorously when transplanted to milder districts. s/UirH'SSOHos nn.l PLANTS nrc Sol&lt;l ON HONOR. IK V THE1V1 I Cash Orders delivered FltEIGHT I'M I) to nny Jtnilway SIntlon. CATALOGUES FREE ON APPLICATION. GEO. SMITH, SEED & PLANT MERCHANT, BALLARAT. (Established 1801.) Commonwealth Jglh Bank of Hustralta HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY ^Tiiti Batik la open for all elates of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS *& EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Syilner, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobarr, ttrisbane, ftoc:khampton, TowniTille, and Iiondon. Cable remittances made to. and drafts drawn on forei-;;! places direct. Foreipn bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit inue.i to any part of the world. Hills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Kxchatige Business of evrry deicription transa...
MELBOURNE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 29 May 1914
MKLKOUKNK MATCHES. TliO League-iSutilh ,\1 «. 1 l>t»ut'liu 11. 11 bem St' Kilda 9.1:2, Fiuroy G.10 brat (Jarlton 15, Ili' limoixl 10.17 beat Ueelons; C.17, Es.seudun 5,'J l beat Melbourne 0 7, OollitiHwood lti.17 heal. University 7.11. The Association.-North Melbourne 11.16 beat Footseray 7 10, Hinvlhi'rii 13.10 beat Williainsiown 10 12, Brunswick nnd Prahrnn a ilraw 12 11 each, Port Melbourne 10.1 beat Essen don 0.10, Brighton 12.10 beat North col o 0.2. No lesB than three members of the Chiltern Valley f ulbdl ubib rioeiviil painful injuries in the mulch at, Xmus townon Saturday lust, G Wardley hud his collar hone broken, L. Vyner received flight concussion of the bruin and injuries to his buck, and W. Pur ser had his eye badly cut. The Vu le) -t.es liuve refused to play again under the same umpire. A man named Gates lind the mis" fortune to have one of his finders broken on Salurdu,y while playing football for Alburv against Lake ?Rovers. A meeting of delegates of the Ovens an...
GOLF. CHILTERN V COROWA. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 29 May 1914
UOLF. CJM/RKH.v v CUKOWA. A tetitn of golf players frum (Jhiltern visitid Ourowa oil Saturday last tn play a match against that club. The gaiurs was very on joyablo although the locals won rather «_. iisi 1 y. iScures : Uoi'OWH-Ludii'?. H. A. Miss Gliiveil '... 1 ^ Mrs W. L. Taylur ... b f> Mis Begy... ... 5 5 MissB. Hodije t Miss Hudge ... G 5 Miss E. Taylor ..7 5 Chiltern-Ladies H. Miss L. Martens Mrs D. Martin Miss I. Pettitt Miss M. Cannou Mrs Kellor Mrs llussell Corowa -Gentlewen. H. B. Bruclio... A. F. Hughes Dr Gray ... l>r MacTaggarb E. II Nicholson H. Ogilvie W. L. Taylor W. H. Edmondson T. II. Kendall H. S. Wright *&lt;1 1 Fq1 6 7 0 11 ?10 29 Chiltern-Gentlemen. H. Eric Martin Leo Martin C. D. Martin T. E. Briese (J. T Martin A. Wulstab P. Bennett J. B. Gerraty J. Martin... C. Spence... 6 7 Corowa won by 61 holes and 49 aces. Noitb-EaBlern district pprformers were iu evidence at the Rendigo jockey club.s races ou Wednesday. Tha Ep som Plate was annexed by MiB...
LAKE ROVERS V ALBURY [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 29 May 1914
LAKE HOVKKS V AI.DUItV After a must exciting game ai Rutherglen on Siturday Lal;e Rovers defeated Albury by the iimrow m&lt;ir yin uf three points, scoring 7 goals 12 buhinds to 8 goals 3 l.eliinds. CUltOWA v JIOWt.ONU. Howlong played their first luntcli this season on Saturday last when they visited Oorowa, The teams were fairly evenly mulched, mid, although the locals won by 2-1 points, the bailie whs well coulesied. The scores (it tliu end of each quarter were-First quarter-(Jorowu 4 goaU, llowlon^ 1 goal; lmlf time-Oorowa 5 goals 3 behiuds, Howlong 3 goals 1 behind ; third quarter-(Jo row a 0 goals i behinds, Howlong 3 goals 1 behiii'l. Final-Corowu 8 »unlrt l behind:^ Huwlon^ 4 ^ojiIh 4 bohiuds. Amongst those who pliiyi d well for Howlong were - Leseberg Bros., lillorman, Lonhy, Buckhy, Cusliu and Barber.
The Federal Standard. ESTABLISHED 1859 With which are Incorporated THE OVENS CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZ[?]TTE. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 29 May 1914
ESTABLISHED 1859 With which aro Incorporated THE OVENS CONSTITUTION and QIOKKAY GAZKTTB. PtfULISHBD KVEBY FfiUOiT MOBNINO FRIDAY, R1AV 2'J, l'Jl-i. The euchro party and du,nco ar ranged by tho various sporting clubs of Burnuwariha to raise funds for im provements to tho recreation reserve, held last week, proved to be a financial succcss. Twelve ganioi of card* wen: played in which abouL 50 ladies and gentlemen took part, and tho best players were Miss Mabel Schlue (10 ......o"> ....rl M.J. O V!.. 11 «.... &lt; 1 ^ tho dance which followed. Miss McKeooe supplied I lm mueiu in her usual first-claa0 style and Mr B Plun kett olliciated as M.C. During the, evening a plentiful supply of refresh ments, provided by the ladies, was handed round. The lion secretary (Mr ij P. Greenwood) and tho committee, left nothing undone to ensure a good evening's enjoyment. The first important shipment of grapes from Victoria to the London market has been disposed of at satis factory prices. M...
ALBURY L.V. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Federal Standard — 29 May 1914
ALBURY L.V. RACES. The autumn meeting under the auspices of the Licensed Yiticullers' race club was run at Albury 011 Wednesday. Re sults : First Hurdle Race, about two miles Whitefeet, 0.0, 1 ; Mult Bin, 10.12, 2 ; Waliandool, 9.0, I!. Won by three lengths.: Time, Uinin 51 !J-5aecs. Maiden Plate, nix furlongs - I'an Garde, 8.10, 1 ; Heatherboy, 8.7, 2; Olympic, 8.8, ii. Won by about half a head; 1 Time, lmin 20seca. Licensed Victuallers' Handicap, one milo-Stratluloon, 9.0, 1 ; Anona, 8.0, 2 ; Abandoned, 7.G, il. Won by half a longth. Time, lmin 40 2-flsucs. Highweight Handicap, seven furlongs -Mount Terrell, 10.7, 1 ; Moonbright, 8.12, .2; Bertha'Krupp, 8.12, 3. Won by half a head. Time, lmin Msecs. Mary vale Slakes, six furlongs-Posilipo, 7.5, 1 ; Monthc, 7.5, 2 ; Silver Medal, 9.0, ii. Won by half a length. Time, lmin 1!) l-5secs. Kor Bronchial Couph?, iaka WOOIIb' Groat Poppormint Cure, Is 6d