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3 NeilHamilton 3,442,244
4 DonnaTelfer 3,397,522
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2 noelwoodhouse 3,978,152
3 NeilHamilton 3,442,115
4 DonnaTelfer 3,397,496
5 Rhonda.M 3,337,126
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3 PhilThomas 143,713
4 mickbrook 114,105
5 murds5 61,555
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Chiltern Farmer Prefers Crossbred Sheep to Comebacks SOME INTERESTING COMPARISONS (Article), Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954), Saturday 13 September 1930 [Issue No.3285] page 47 2020-02-17 18:30 vears standing in tne -person oi jsar
F j Marengo. The few hours 1
spent with him, listening to his In
teresting discourse on rural topics
jn general,' and his reminiscences
which go back well over half a cen
tury, will always remain among my
landscape presented a vastly differ
ent appearance. The search for gold
was at its height, and 1 had pointed
whose meteoric -growth was due to
the presence of 10,000 miners en-
>aaed in a feverish search for the
hanks, stores, police barracks and
about £1 an acre, he began cultivat
ing and grazing operations. Exclud
ing two stations in the same locality,
In the Digging Daya
j At the age of 25 his son began
I mining, an occupation which he fol-
i lowed for 25 years, when it became
jiis father's property. It was an ex
tremely profitable proposition and
On one occasion, becoming dis
satisfied with the prices paid for gold
on the diggings, his four mates de
cided to send Mr Marengo to Mel
bourne with their accumulated earn
ings to be disposed of in that city.
Unfortunately he arrived on a Satur
day, when the Mint was closed for
the week-end.
with the gold until It could be dis
posed of on Monday. The few people
father's property 60 years ago, Mr I
flIliMIMMIIiMIMMHIUIIIIIIIhMllfllllirtlimillllMtliltmilflllllMIMlltlHIITMimJIimt
wheat -to the acre.
under crop being confined to a com
paratively small area, the price re
ceived for the wheat — 7/ a bushel —
the year. Three hundred acres, how
ever. will be fallowed in preparation
depth of five inches with the mould-
board plough. Deep ploughing is
that crops grown on shallower fal
low have been the first to show signs
of distress in dry periods, and it al
lows the moisture to penetrate Into
the subsoil. where it can be con
served for the growing crop.
The harrows are used almost im
mediately after the completion of the
growth of cape weed, sorrel and saff
ron is kept under by the use of the
If necessary the land is spring-
toothed four times, for. apart from
Dry working of fallows Is not con
sidered advisable. Neighbors of Mr
iMtiiHiHinHiiiiiittifiniiiiiiHiiiMiiiiiumniMiiiimiiiiiiiiiitiiiimiiimiiimiiiMiiiiii i
His objection to dry working Ls that
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tiimimimiiHmmitmiiiimmnuiiimsuiiHiiitiiiifitimifHnMHtHffiiimtmMim
iPiiuinHinwfltiuiiwniiiitHHMHtiitminffHHimwiHiHiiiniimAiindiittfAiiiifuHrtii
years standing in the person of Mr.
F J Marengo. The few hours I
spent with him, listening to his
interesting discourse on rural topics
jn general, and his reminiscences
which go back well over half a century
will always remain among my
landscape presented a vastly different
appearance. The search for gold
was at its height, and I had pointed
whose meteoric growth was due to
the presence of 10,000 miners
engaged in a feverish search for the
banks, stores, police barracks and
about £1 an acre, he began cultivating
and grazing operations. Excluding
two stations in the same locality,
In the Digging Days
At the age of 25 his son began
mining, an occupation which he
followed for 25 years, when it became
father's property. It was an
extremely profitable proposition and
On one occasion, becoming
dissatisfied with the prices paid for gold
on the diggings, his four mates
decided to send Mr Marengo to
Melbourne with their accumulated earnings
to be disposed of in that city.
Unfortunately he arrived on a Saturday
when the Mint was closed for
the weekend.
with the gold until It could be disposed
of on Monday. The few people
father's property 60 years ago, Mr

phosphate. From 1870 to 1885 good
wheat to the acre.
under crop being confined to a
comparatively small area, the price
received for the wheat — 7/ a bushel —
£50 an acre.
the year. Three hundred acres, however
will be fallowed in preparation
depth of five inches with the mould-board
plough. Deep ploughing is
that crops grown on shallower fallow
have been the first to show signs
of distress in dry periods, and it allows
the moisture to penetrate Into
the subsoil. where it can be conserved
for the growing crop.
The harrows are used almost
immediately after the completion of the
growth of cape weed, sorrel and saffron
is kept under by the use of the
If necessary the land is spring-toothed
four times, for. apart from
Dry working of fallows Is not
considered advisable. Neighbors of Mr

His objection to dry working is that



Advertising (Advertising), Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Friday 6 July 1917 [Issue No.42] page 1 2020-02-17 18:15 EttthergleU Hotel
(MBS E. E. McKAY, Proprietress)
THE CENTRAL HOTEL IN RUTHERCLW.
OP BEST BRANDS.
S]tlenillil Accommodation.
Cood Yard Accommodation. Free ?tablea
A CALILINVITED.
Rutherglen Hotel
(MRS E. E. McKAY, Proprietress)
THE CENTRAL HOTEL IN RUTHERGLEN
OF BEST BRANDS.
Splendid Accommodation.
Good Yard Accommodation. Free stables.
A CALL INVITED.
Rutherglen District Natives and Residents who have Answered the Call of KING and COUNTRY. The following is a list of names (probably incomplete) of those who have answered the call of their King and Country from this district:— (Detailed lists, results, guides), Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Tuesday 15 February 1916 [Issue No.2] page 1 2020-02-17 18:05 ■•Tlufcherfilen District Natives and Residents who have Answered the Cull of
■- KING and COUNTRY.
from this district:—
Rutherglen District Natives and Residents who have Answered the Call of
KING and COUNTRY.
those who have answered the call of their King and Country;
from this district:
RURAL TO[?] (Article), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 1 May 1915 [Issue No.2,561] page 5 2020-02-17 18:02 last week,* when 20 acres of land a
Chiltern :. West, were recommended i(
Thomas W. Booth, - and* 14 acres to M
Curtain. was recommended 20 acres. H
Graystone applied for three acres at Barna
wart ha North, but the/application was re
fused, as the land-is to be made availabli
under another section of,.the act when sur
yey'ed. The question of the: excision of i
site for a public hall from the recreatioi
and it was resolved to recommend the ex
cisiou of the area required—about half ai
acre. With regard to the revocation of por
tion of a camping and watering reserve
; township/of Haines,- it .. was«recoiiiimende(

biiat it be sold by auction subject to pay

rnent of survey fees.
last week, when 20 acres of land at
Chiltern West, were recommended to
Thomas W. Booth, and 14 acres to M.
Curtain was recommended 20 acres. H.
Graystone applied for three acres at Barnawartha
North, but the application was
refused, as the land-is to be made available
under another section of the act when surveyed.
The question of the excision of a
site for a public hall from the recreation
and it was resolved to recommend the
excision of the area required—about half an
acre. With regard to the revocation of
portion of a camping and watering reserve,
township of Haines, it was recommended

that it be sold by auction subject to payment

of survey fees.
The Federal Standard. ESTABLISHED 1859 With which are [?]ncorporated THE OVENS CONSTITUTION and MURRAY GAZETTE. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, JANUARY [?] (Article), Federal Standard (Chiltern, Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Friday 9 January 1914 [Issue No.6802] page 2 2020-02-17 17:51 The entertainments held in the Chil-

tern park in aid of the Convent school
The entertainments held in the Chiltern

park in aid of the Convent school
PERSONAL ITEMS. (Article), Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Friday 17 September 1915 [Issue No.61] page 2 2020-02-17 17:47 ButherqijEn Football Club.—A
Star Hotel at 7.90.—The meeting of
Hole',.
RUTHERGLEN FOOTBALL CLUB - A
Star Hotel at 7:30.—The meeting of
Hotel.
ORANGE BLOSSOMS AT CHILTERN. (Article), Ovens and Murray Advertiser (Beechworth, Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Saturday 23 September 1893 [Issue No.6672] page 3 2020-02-17 14:42 ORANGE BLOSSOMS AT CHIL-
TERN.
McKay, of Christmastown, was narl-
ried to Emily, eldest daughter of
bride), who were attired in pale bine
greeted by showers of rice, and, fol-
lowed by a cavalcade of buggies, drove
where a sumptous dejeuner was await-
ing the party, and a very, large number
responded to in the evening festivi-
ties were kept up, a dance being held
ORANGE BLOSSOMS AT CHILTERN

McKay, of Christmastown, was married
to Emily, eldest daughter of
bride), who were attired in pale blue
greeted by showers of rice, and, followed
by a cavalcade of buggies, drove
where a sumptous dejeuner was awaiting
the party, and a very, large number
responded to in the evening festivities
were kept up, a dance being held
DEATH OF MR. J. A. WALLACE. (Article), Leader (Melbourne, Vic. : 1862 - 1918, 1935), Saturday 19 October 1901 [Issue No.2389] page 23 2020-02-17 14:36 Rutlierglen, near Glasgow, Scotland, and nr-
. rived in Victoria in 1852, being then 23
dvens fields his "luck" turned, and lie
speedily abandoned the pick for. what in bis
citse "proved the more lucrative calling
Rutherglen, near Glasgow, Scotland, and
arrived in Victoria in 1852, being then 23
Ovens fields his "luck" turned, and he
speedily abandoned the pick for. what in his
case "proved the more lucrative calling
DEATH OF MR. J. A. WALLACE. (Article), Leader (Melbourne, Vic. : 1862 - 1918, 1935), Saturday 19 October 1901 [Issue No.2389] page 23 2020-02-17 14:34 .' The late Mr. "Wallace was a native of
The late Mr. "Wallace was a native of
SUCCESSFUL COLONISTS. JOHN ALSTON WALLACE. (Article), Ovens and Murray Advertiser (Beechworth, Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Saturday 20 April 1872 [Issue No.2987] page 1 2020-02-17 14:03 shoot at Beechworth ; the Star at Chil-
tern, for to that locality had the hotel
shoot at Beechworth ; the Star at Chiltern
for to that locality had the hotel

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