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Church Services.—Dec. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 December 1915

Church Services.—Dec. 19. Cathoiic Church.—Boort late. Mar mal early. Church of England—Boort 11 am and 7.3o p.m. I'ernihurst 3 p m.— Rev. F E Lewin, Th. L. Presbyterian Church. — Boort 7.3d p.m. Durham Ox 3 p.m. Pyramid Hill 11 a.m.—Kov. E. Eldridge. Methodist Church.—Boort 11 and 7 30, Kev- R- Newell. Catumnal 3, Mr Mcl aren. Yundo 3, Mr Wingiield. Lake Marrr.al 3, Rev. R Newell. Meetings during the week—Prayer, Monday ; Choir Practice, Wednesday ; Endeavor, Thursday. All at S o'clock. Church of Christ.—Boort, 11 a.m . 2.30 p.m., Bible Class ;7.30p m , Gospe' Service —Mr G. II. Oldfield. 1

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Clear Evidence. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 December 1915

Clear Evidence. bobby: "Gam, you're afraid to fight 1110." Tommy. "No, I ain't, but if i fight, mv mother'll lick me." Hob: "ilow'll she know?" Tom: "Why, she'll see the doctor going to your house."

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Why? [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 December 1915

Why? l'ray tell us, you who make the laws— We'd dearly love to know— Why should we muzzle ull the dogs And let the gossips go?

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Not Quite So Bad. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 December 1915

Not Quite So Bad. Wife (sentimental): "Egbert, what would you do If 1 were to die?" Kgbert: "I should go mad, my dear." Wife: "Would you marry again?'' Kgbert: "Well, 1 don't think I should go as mad as that1." Ho not allow the making of plans for to-morrow to interfere with doing what you planned yesterday to do to day. "I'll take this one," said Younghus band, "provided you will exchange It if it proves too small." "Certainly, sir, certainly," replied the shopman, taking the ticket off the bassinette. "If you should need one for twins, the price is only a pound extra." "Sow, tell me," said the teacher in the history claBS, "who was the mother of the great Scottish hero, Ro bert Bruce?" After a long nnd embarrassed b1 lence one scholar replied: "Pleaso, teacher, she was Mrs. Bruce." Who had the greatest appetite tlmt was ever heard of?—The man who bolted a door, threw up a window, and , then Bat down and swallowed a whole ! story. : "Sometimes," confided Mrs. Still I weed to her in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 December 1915

Public Notice. WANTED Customers for pears apples anil plums ; lownst cash prices. Apply RONEUT POUTWINE, Orchadist, llareourt. For Sale. SECOND-HAND Oat Sacks, Ambercane Scctl (sweet), Seed Potatoes, Binder Twine, now to hand. \V, H. KLMOTT. For Sale. FOUR HARVESTERS, in thorough working order; done very little work. Owners only using strippers. Price reasonable. Apply THE MANAGER. • Tyrrell Downs. For Sale. AHORNSBY (kerosene) Oil En gine, 3l/j li.p. Nearly new. In thorough order ; ,£52 10s cash. Apply A. W. KINDER, 8 Cowderoy-street, ' St. Kilda, P.S.—Any Agent effecting a sale will receive 5 per cent, commission. Wheat Purchased. MR G. UERTOLI, acting on behalf of the French firm, I.. Dreyfus and Co., is prepared to purchase wheat in any quantity under the Government Scheme. Boort Traders' Association. Xmas and New Year Holidays. riTHE following Holidays will be ob X served in Hoort : — December 25th and 27th, and January 1st and 3rd S. <). LACY. Ilvn. Sec. Durham Ox T...

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Boort Traders' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 December 1915

Boort Traders' Association. The annual meeting of the Boort Traders' Association was held on Tuesday, December 7. Mr C. Nixon occupied the chair. Minutes were read and confirmed, correspondence was dealt with, and accounts passed for payment. The election ot officers for the en suing year resulted as follows: — President, Mr C. E. Andrews ; vice president, Mr C. Nixon; secretary, Mr S. G. Lacy; treasurer, Mr C. E. Andrews; committee, Messrs Elliott, Hind Icy, Cameron, Kirkham, and office-bearers. It was resolved to observe the following holidays in Boort:—■De cember 25th and 27th, and January ■ stand 3rd.' The secretary was instructed to write and suggest to the Progress Association the desirability of- a special effort to have the number of subscribers to the local telephone exchange increased in order to secure day and night service for Boort.

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BORUNG. Soldier Promoted. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 December 1915

BORUNG. So/c//or Promoted. Lance-corporal 1$. Kidd. who reinmod to tho Bcndiqo military training camp on December 6, receive 1 tho pleasant nows that ho hal boon made corporal. His local friends wore pleased with his success, and hope that he will have still another stripe before he leaves Australia. Harvesting Acddont. Mr Joseph .Sisselln, who met with a painful accident ab'tit. a fortnight ago, has had tho stitches removed from his hand, an 1 is now well on the way to re covery Tho Harvost. Harvesting is in full swin^ here. Tho crops are yielding well, some fanners uettinc as iiun h sr ten baus to the acre, though the majority of the crop# have not. reached former exp-ctations. Wheat carting is now proceeding

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CATUMNAL. Red Cross Society. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 December 1915

CATUMNAL. Rod Cross Sociotv. The final meeting for the year was held by the Indies of the Catumnal branch of the Red Cross Society on Thursday last. Donations received since last meeting with thanks were VV Lan>:°". £1 2s : Mr Glenmore Wilson. £\. 1 he sum of .£5 has been forwarded to the •"Our Day Appeal." also [,\ 10s to the head branch of the society, making a total for the year of £40 4s (id. Members are sowing and knitting, and ;>t the end of March hope to make a special efTort at Catuirnal. Further donations will be received and acknowledged by the secretary (L. K Wilcox).

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District News. ULTIMA Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 December 1915

• District News. ULTIMA Obituary. A very sad and sudden death occured at Ultima on Wednesday last, when the wife of Mr P. Ruddock, of Waitchie South, farmer, passed away. She Rat up on Tuesday morning in her usual health, and attended to her household cuties, but became ill about 10 a.m. Fortunately Mr VV. Drewett was there with his car, and took her to Nurse Keane's private hospital, where she was attended by Dr Rowan, but gradually became worse and died on Wednesday at midday, of gastric ulcer. Mr Drewett, with her husband, left by car at night for Derby, where the body was to be interred. Great sympathy is felt for her husband and relatives. The young couple were only married about five weeks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 December 1915

IF YOUR CHILD IS FRETFUL. If your child is bilious, iU appetite Door and variable, if it is fretlul and "nattering," restless in its sleep. yoii mav be sure that its stomach is out of Sr A few doses of Chamberlain 8 Tablets wiMuickly set it right-Sold by all stores, Boort and Quambatook.

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KINYPANIEL SOUTH. Good Crop Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 December 1915

KINYPANIEL SOUTH. Good Crop Returns. Stripping is Rotioral in this district. Tho sample of wlieiit is fairly Rood, ex cept 011 now ground, wlioro it is rathor pinclied. Tho niiijority are yielding 7 and 8 buss, find 110 doubt in soma cases will be higher. Tt was thought that, owing to the wild oats, and blighted patnhes, tho crops wo ilil not yield too well, but, the returns are abovo anticipa tion. Oat crops which have been stripped have also yiolded satisfactory.

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MYSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 December 1915

MYSIA. The war has been tho iiiouns of bring in;; into existence a mini' or of fundw for patriotic wo'k anions the older folk, and i>s a iuiti)nil consoiincnco the younger o ics nr*» fir il wilh ninbiti'm to do like wise. Asa result, a school fund has been instituted Rt tho 1'icul State school, and recently Miss Joan Evans rulBod a cushion to augment tho fund. The radio proved veiy successful, 81 members taling a chanct' Tho winning number proved to be 3-t, Muster Jim .Tannines being tho lucky holder. The raffle realised tho substantial stun of £1 Os 8d, which goes to tho school fund.

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LOGAN Harvesting. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 December 1915

LOGAN Harvesting. Haycutting in this district is almost finished, and stripping is in full swing Owing to the last few days being so warm the crops are ripening very quickly. A Musical Success. Miss Lottie McKechnie successfully passed last Monday at the Bendigo, centre the advanced intermediate musical examination of _ the I.ondon College. Her teacher is Mr Paul Mehner, to whom the district is in debted for a good number of accom plished young musicians.

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WEDDERBURN. Wounded. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 December 1915

WEDDERBURN. Woundod. Mr E. H Hunt, manager of the Hank of Australia, thin week received » cable message notifying hiin that his son (l.ieut. Hunt) had rereive<i n slight in jury at Gallipoti, and was now in hos pital. We extend to Mr Hunt and family our sympathy, and express the hope that l.ieut Hunt will soon be restored to his customary health and vigor. Trans for rod. (.•unstable Robbie (who has been transferred lo Maryborough) and Mrs kubbie were accorded a public send off on Monday, November 20th. The cere mony was held in the new hall and was very well attended. Several speakers attested to the popularity of the re cipients. During the evening a purse of sovereigns and other souvenirs were presented to Mr and Mrs Robbie. On r rid ay last Constable Robbie passed through Wedderburn on his way to Ultima, where he will relieve the local officer in charge, for a few weeks. Indisposed. Oar readers will regret that our popular and esteemed station master (Mr Thomas Murphy)...

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A Correct Diagnosis. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 December 1915

A Correct Diagnosis There was a sudden loud rtmn . Wiggles brought his car to 7^ was that? "sounded llk^a'ro'voh '^ "It was," said WigslM; w.arii' "i, was our off hind-wheel It W?, U revolving." JS stoPPed

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 December 1915

For Children's Hacking c.oup!? Nipht, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is (id. ItOILS AND'PIMPLES. Boils and pimples are Nature's.effort to throw off poisons winch have formed in the blood. Chamberlains *il cleanse the stomach, liver and bowc L. , thus purifying the blood and refres.i iliir the svstem until you feel a new beinis Take a course of Chamliei lain s Tablets to thoroughly eradicate the poisonous met ier from the •ind then make a practice of taking one at regular intervals and you wi I never again be troubled with boils. —Sold by all stores, Roort and Quambatook. Public Notice. Perfect Bridal Portraits. ~j\]"O Wedding nowadays is considered complete without the Rridal Tor trait, and no Hriilal Portrait is considered satisfactory unless it benrs tht name of RICHARD.-! A CO. This name is a guai'intee that your Rridal Portrait will possess all the qualities that g> to make a perfect pirturc. The latest style in wedding portraiture is the beautiful new Royal Panel introduced b...

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Quite Right, Too. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 December 1915

Quite Right, Too. 1 "We frequently ustodate one good thing with another," said th! teacher. •■•Health ami happiness' for instance; or 'Soid and siiVEr'' Can you give me another e.xainpV" Prompt came the answer: -iv^ and onions'." "1 don't know what is the matter with me, doctor," said the parson; "1 can't He on either side." "Of course not, parson," said the doctor; "only a lawyer can do that." There is no work so rude that we may not exalt it; there is no work so impassive that we may not breathe a soul into it; there is 110 work so dull that we may not enliven it. Look not mournfully into the past. It will not come hack. Wisely |m. prove the present, it U thine. Go forth to meet the shadowy Suyirt without fear and with a manly heart. "Ja.k, Dolly told me the most es citing secret and made me swear never to tell a living sou! " "Well, hurry up with it. i'a late for the otlice now." The young woman who sueerinjiy remarks that men are all alike, gen erally shows her sincrity by takin...

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AN ULTIMA CASE. Charge of Horse-Stealing. Accused Discharged. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 December 1915

AN ULTIMA CASE. Charge of Horse-Stealing. " Accused Discharged. Joseph Bombardieri, tanner, of Ultima, was charged at the Bendigo i Supreme Court, before his Honor Mr Justice Hood, with having.it Snake Island, Gippsland, 011 13th 1 June, 1915, stolen a horse, the I "property ot Oliver Alexander Mickelburg, farmer, of Quambatook. lie pleaded not guilty, and was de fended by Mr Luke Murphy. Oliver Alexander Mickelburg de posed that on the 20th December, 191 .j, he trucked nine horses from Quambatook to Welshpool, Gipps land. Some of Bombai-dieiTs horses were put in the same truck. One of Bombardicri's horses died at Woodend en route, mid had to be taken out of the truck, and anotlifcr died on the following night at Welsh pool. Later witness missed a bay colt, rising three years of age, branded " A" 011 the near shoulder, the colt being unbroken. I lev told accused about missing the colt, and described it to him. In September he saw the colt in a team of horses accuscd was using for pl...

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BACK FROM THE FRONT Reception at Mysia. Private Boyle Honored. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 December 1915

BACK FROM THE FRONT Reception at Mysia. Private Boyle Honored. Private Boyle, who was invalided back to Australia, suffering fro-n fever, after spondine some months in the firing line, returned to his home on Saturday. He was met at the station by a number of friends, where Mr Jennings and other citizens extended him a cordial welcome home. The station was nicelv decorated for the occasion, while the hall, for the re ception at nieht, was eaily dianed with a variety of flaps and Chinese lanterns, with "Welcome Home" standing boldly in the background. The halt was crowded, and the soldier, on arrival, was accorded a magnificent reception. The chair was occupied by Cr An drews. who said that they had as sembled there to welcome one of their bravo heroes, who had returned from the front They were also pleased to have with them Lieut. Will. Hamilton, who ha-' recently returned home also. ClifT Boyle had just arrived thatdav and they were triad to welcome him back. It was over twelve mon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 December 1915

Public Notice. YOUR GOODS! .. GO TO . . NDREWS BROS 1HE UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, The Home of Good Values. Christmas Footwear at the tort Boot Smporurm. r attire is nor complete unless you are also neatly shod. ffhrfja5* °PCMOti "I* several larSe consignments of SPECIAL HIOH-C.RADE FOOTWEAR, Latest Shapes and Stylos. Prices Right. n T A fV GODFREY-street, U"i X , BOORT. WONING the home for CHRISTMAS r.c-v. which faces the housewife We hive- cr.t-roi for ih.u demand with a jgi Stock of High-quality, Well-selected Goods, wUcb we it.vltf tii- public to sample. fHIS THE TIME TO BUY! k:t:v. n:-i> and when you have the range Anyway, come and test the truth iiTHMEK SK\?<1N, ux). lir.s its claims in the purchase of Special Li-.-.?. ;::ii i :b:» direction also we have stocked to iii Tinned Kruits. WIBER! iV.; i. ve -uccess by deserving it, and there* - ;.vjr r.: o::.;:iciui.uion to purchase from us lies. i;de to try an order right away. T. J. BOMAN, Genera/ Storekeeper and News Agen...

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