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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 12 August 1915

COURSING. The lioort Coursing Club hold its Champion Meeting ;it Durham Ox yes terday. The weather was favorable for coursing and some good sport wx* witnessed. The hares Were particu larly strong, and some exceptionally long trials took place The club wishes to thank Mr \V. Broomhall and Mr C. M'Neill for kindly lending the club a horse each for the use of the judge, also to thank Mr C. Uobertson for acting as judge, a position which he carried out most successfully. Re sults - Prizes, £10 10s. Guv's Pink was led anil beaten by C. Boer's Nigger in a long trial finish inn UP with n kill. Mead's Chance led 10 lengths, picked up the hare, never allowing P. Ual sarini's Sweet Nell a look in. Chisselbeak's Ford Motors was led and beaten by A. Jennings' Saucy Nancy. Ford striking a bank with his chest slowed him up for a bit, after which a good course was witnessed Ohiselbeak's Nollette beat Flash Jack belonging to A Jennings. Flash Jack showed out two lengths faster from slips but on No...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Late News from Korong Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 12 August 1915

Late News from Korong Vale. At 3 -10 on Sunday morning most of our townsfolk were rudely awakened from their slumbers by the twang of the fire bell. The cause was n fire which oc curred at the south end of the town, totally destroying an unoccupied resi dence belonging to Mr Stan Tapworth The building was insured. The fire brigade was unable to extinguish the fire as the hold the (lames had obtained on the building, which was of wood, was too strong. Private Tom Morecroft has arrived here, his native home, for a few days' furlough. He was invalided from Egypt to undergo an operation. When this is performed and he recovers his usuaj strength, he will return to the front He has some very interesting experiences and stories. He also ex presses confidence that the Dardanelles will be forced. When he left Egypt by the i>allarat Private Hanson and Pte .Mick Walsh were both in Egypt, while Private Mat Walsh and Private Hewitt, from here have also gone to tiallipoli. United intercessory ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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The French National Day. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 12 August 1915

The French National Day. I- <if the Fall of the i "Ahich ir.ar'KS v''.1' hundred and s-:r.'.y f.unh 3.-.nheJ>:try, Paris was, the w:ir, en fete The &i« nwk*.isl -sir "The Marseillaise" *Kr-r.;-jithgr.-at by at least te*KS!:«i KviWrs. The remains of I 4e Lisle, thi't ornposer of the I «. r-: cisinterreii atr.l carried in "■£T.ph toihe Arc deTriomphe, where | - £iviu."i tn'husiaMn a crowd of 1 c'^r,; arid siMwrs. including I'rcsi* Pf.iw&rr, united in the national \\ re-interment ot the ■*iy, &; Pre-ifeit-ieiivervd a striking Inu-r alia, he said "We are >■ '.accent victims of a most savage ®-i tirer.ediiadt'd aK^res?ion. Since *fUve U« compelled to draw the Rirf. have no ripht to sheathe it kfers have avenged our dead— W«« the victory of th.- Allies permits Klr' guard effectively against periodi ^ recurrence of provocations. Don't ^wttseaii.-s deceive themselves, it ® W in order to sipi a short truce •feea more terrible war that France , thrillt...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Points in Passing. (Written Specially for the "Northern District Standard" [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 12 August 1915

points in Passing. Sf mipliticont i csponse of in cation with Aus ^«lize5? ' ^pooled that no less tr^0* MftiOiVwill the net re Bravo! New South i,^4WCa <V»!es. a * | friti i'.v fitviroonlinti is now the / -.-3! rrJe of punishment for cr/mi j In America It J ;!<crtfifij) death, especially in view J t'wt n,:m.v of <!>? enminaf I rfn ?"!Ti'r it. h:,vc shown no I ,'f.vr w tfieir mifortmiate victims. ■ f-iist^t c-.( to R!if<'r the extreme f r/:s';>' Iful ni"l'r'<,u-" Charles ' Sffif." , ., * 1 i>f o-.'t'?non if often raised ;i« (0 i;.i5 the greater influence on 1 f-srs;":f"- heredity <>r i nvironmcnt 1 j r,s! f,w are.made vicious by their / / i-awfef# »»»<• «'•» •'<*">* : while / ^;tr;.<fl'«jM!e.« in the blood. jn ' tiethe criminal CeorRe Smith, / ri? sss I'-vn sent'W'tl to death for / cirSvatien of tfir. e of his wives in I p.;,,y the same manner, one must/ c: :j> thst he...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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METHODIST CHURCH. The Coming Kingdom. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 12 August 1915

METHODIST CHURCH. The Coming Kingdom. Rev. H. Richardson conducted the service oil Sunday evening last. The text was taken from the Lord's Prayer, Luke xi.,3—"Thy Kingdom come." No prayer had been more fre quently offered for 19 centuries than Christ's unique memorable prayer. It was implied that all earthly kingdoms had failed to realise the divine ideal of good government, that involved nothing less than the happiness and well-being of the whole people without injnsticeor injury to any. No ancient kingdom ever realised this. Among all the great nations injustices, oppressions, tyrannies, criminalities, and immorali ties pre\ ailed, and in the end dutr their gra\cs Imperial Rome ha'', perhaps, the most perfect Government amone these ancient nations ; hut even here human life counted for little, and cruelties were often merelv a part of the programme for the dailv amuse ment of the people. Nor has the divine ideal been realised in nnv modern nation. W ithout undue praise it mav be s...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 12 August 1915

^HATTHE STATISTICS SHOW. $ho%v thai there are more tefctas frorr. wtioouing couch than from -®wtfavr. but w<> haw yut to hear i «.ascaseprovinu fatal when Chamber- 1 a1; Cwi?h l'.emtdv was used, it i fiA be given at thO first symptom, 1 the do<«; frequently The T"« relief afforded l,v t hamberlaina Rcnwrfy makvs it a favorite Wt m°tht;r-s yf yoaiiR children. It ^®nath<! tough mucus, making it ^•-f.^expectotaU', ke«ps the cough K and cour.u-ract? any tendency fl'vi. Pneumonia. Chamberlain's f-w ?vWr'«d>' has been usyd in many . taW3 oi whoopinc cough with P"wt Eaccesa.—Sold by all stores | 'rt and Quambatook. Cwrt'"1'Peppermint Cure, J-r 2 Ml Colds, never fails, 6d

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 19 August 1915

Public Notice. r OG W'UEURY Plants, heavy erop Lj pers, very profitable, 2s doz., 7s 1''0 ; Strawberry plants Is 6J pur 100, forwarded. \V. Murfet, llingwood. Boort Agricultural Society. PHE Annual Morse Parade of the L above society will be held on Fiiday, August 27, 1915. at 1.30 p.m. R. K. IRVING, Secretary. To the Ratepayers Central Riding Shire Korong. Ladies and Gentlemen,— I wish to thank you for re electing me a member of the above riding, unopposed. 1 will do my best to serve your intarats, and the intorests of the shire, during my term of office. Yours faithfully, PETER \V KINIRY. Korong Vale. TNt accordance with section 1G of the Mines Act 1901 (No. 1%1).—Notice is hereby given of my intention to make application to the Minister for Mines for a renewal for a further period of fifteen (15) years of Mineral Lease No "OTS, situated in Parish of Boort. which will expire by the cillusion of time on the 24th September next. Dated this 11th day of August one thousand nine hundre...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 19 August 1915

A Girl's Frock in contrasting material. Our illustration shows a dainty little frock suitable from f> to 12 years It could bo made from any two of the many varieties of cotton material now available. The .sketch -suggests a Mag yar blouse of a floral pattern cloth. Cotton crvpes would be very suitable. The collar could bj of plain crep^ out lined with a r arrow band of colored crepe to tone with the prevailing color of the patterned material, which will also be elective a« a swathed hatband The skirt is out with a b >\ pleat ateach side of the back and front just where the little brace ellects are attached The pockets and the' skirt, hem are or namented with a band of colored crepe aa used on the collar.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 19 August 1915

In Memorlam. FORSTER—In loving memory,of my dear husband and our dear father, John rorster, who peacefully passed away Auk 1914. at Boort. ' Not Rone from our hearts, but gone from our eyes. To his memory our love will cling ever, Deep in our thought his cherished name lies ; * Shall we forget him? No, never. —Inserted by his loving wife and family.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 19 August 1915

THERE'S NO DANGER. There is no disease that causes more bodily and mental discomfort or so successfully defies medical aid as in fluenza, and no medicine that will give such prompt relief as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. When this medicine is taken the pain in the chest disap pears, the fever subsides and the whole body becomes more comfortable There is no danger of pneumonia when Cham berlain's Cough Remedy is taken at the first symptoms of influenza—Sold by all stores lioort and Quamnatook. CAUSES SUFFOCATION. Without prompt relief is had in cases of croup death must follow, as the presence of a false membrane in the voice box causes suffocation. Chamber lain's Cough Remedy loosens this membrane and causes the child to expell it by vomiting. It is prompt in its action and certain in its results. If given at the first symptom the attack will be warded ofT.—Sold bv all store3 Boort and Quambatook Why Cart v ar.-r ? F. W. WE1CKHA RD T'S CHAMPION TANKS ARE BEST. Established over 50 year...

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KORONG SHIRE COUNCIL. The Monthly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 19 August 1915

I 0°^a!RE C0UN" I The Monthly Meeting. ,l!hlv meeting of the 'V Council »■«* hd.1 on C rrosiiil—Crs O'Brien Kinirv, White, IKcl'y* ^'Swtvney. resigning -ii!"!' "I t',<! s""th '-'t 1.0: ,i,1!0 :• j' ' V ' v,.,.pv.1 with rcavct, '■■■ ''' *\"vPv,».l .'II the minutes ,-i Sr.* >r:vi«.v*. ' U li Mr- J.u-K t. Wedder ? ir''.n;!i thanks com: - t.,e v. uniing the > A . ' U, f' '1 ]■ Yale. V--::Jv.-n •" »'»« w,lU'r j» Vernon street. V ■ a a.tiicnity eAi*icd i:IK,,--- * • - „ 4rrii'vjfii.vjit.« i, c..:iipl,*t,'il. I lie "luk: (>1 >..!)< !)1!C. -a-e. Koivt.g '! Wl-.n!i-^ rcim-slm" 0 '"'T-.VIv '» ■!', tin" A««WUltl"" do ut «»;»-in"iion s'i.1 Kinirv V«W.-rb«ni. t- .h^-har^e firearm* X*,; i«>un>V'ry. f.T the t-u. - '"•"■'Vtirovw., -«f{u:C'1' K"\. A^uil' \.,.,HI.Socoty. ■ - (i f.rroc«-.«n»od a ,x {,« t'uii shotv -• K previously. Asru-i«hon.» Society. y(p:vwl«'r ?3 ithc dute • > p-.*''.aimed a l,ul>,,c • [1m-r"la i:■!Inu- -- tiranted. : . M"wi avi 1.1 oth...

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KILLED IN ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 19 August 1915

KILLED IN ACTION. The following extract from a post card sent by Lance Corporal Gilbert Smith, a friend of Mr G. T. Brown, of Mitiatno, who is a brother-in-law of Mr .las, Ritchie, sen., of Mysia, gives a brief ac count of how Lance-Corporal Thomas Ritchie met his death at the Dardanelles on 5th May :— " I suppose you have heard of poor old Tom Ritchie's death. It imp. pened that I had charge of the next section to poor Tom, utid our observations stations were almost together, and it was whilst ob serving that the poor fellow met his fate. I rendered first aid, but the poor fellow was too far gone, being unconscious from tbe time he was shot."

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Ladies' Column. How the Fashions Originate. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 19 August 1915

Ladies' Column. How the Fashions Originate. (By Rosaland). I has been said, and quite truly, that there is nothing new under the sun, and nowhere does this apply more truly than to femenine fashion. At the beginning of every season designs and fashions that are, apparently, quite new and really novel, are produced and sub mitted to the world at large. They are hailed and universally ac claimed as the latest creations of Dame Fashion, but really they are nothing of the sort. One can always trace their origin to some pre viously adopted vogue or to some other source. The process of trac ing the fountain head of some styles is not always easy, but it is always interesting. Of course it is comparatively simple to point to the source from which many of the styles and features of a season are derived. For instance last spring saw the world of dress in vaded .by an outburst of loud bar baric colourings and quaint weird patterns. Colors hitherto thought to be too harsh and violent for perso...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Closer Settlement Board. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 19 August 1915

Closer Settlement Boar" The (iovcrum-'ttt d " • 1 '• - , t ■ s' iviiow the appointim-:;'. >'■ ••• .S'eltlvment Horn<i. whicr. i X;*-'- : ■ > 1 st inst. Thi: I-'" *_ down on tin' lunvh;!-1 >'i t' thiit a groat deal of wi-" board will lap?o. A:; 1!'^"l ^ will be taken oi t'1-J hand, so that the r.on-l'r^* holdings might bo disi»*'5od "i belter land turned to more pt<* u use.

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WEDDERBURN. School Committee [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 19 August 1915

WEDDERBURN. I School Committer The School Coiir:.::'. ■ 11th inst. It was .ie : memorato the i»:tH.i:.t i- : Jacka - a former (»upl. tr. by which he won the - GaUipoli. by er^ct:::-.' i '• ■> prominent place in the ->. have his enlarged 't'1' a position adjacent t •'.i:-' : ■ head master reported v-at ' i,'5 had been collect"! at Australia Day. and t::at ; been duly forwarded :•> th- *r- ' the Red Cross Fund. A Euchrc Party A euchre pirtv. in i for providing comfort->r :1 - - soldiers was held ori texs*} The attendance number' : A Govornmcnt Insijcctiv" Sir Herman. Direct*'.' ••• - Surveys, visited the Nine Mile on Tuesday :->r 1 ■ of making a report t-> '!«• Mines upon the natu:.-. ■': quality of the deposit. British Tiansport Torpetl^ in the Aegean Sen + 1. i;i'i !' The Admiralty aim ''I'u ' ",; i man submarine saBu '" K«yal Edward in .Ku'ea:: 1 day. The transporting I!"'-' board, while the crew About l!(HI have beer. ?avc I • ' ' consisted of olficei's :imI ■ Th...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Korong Shire Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 19 August 1915

Korong Shire Elections. . The nominations in connexion with the annual vacancics in the Korong Shire Council clo.scd on Thursday and, as anticipated, there was no opposition to the retiring Councillors, who offered themselves for re-election. Cr. O'Brien was accordingly returned for the South, Cr. Thomas for the North and Cr. Kiniry for the Central riding. For the extraordinary vacancy in the South riding, occasioned by the resignation of Cr. Sweeney, Mr. J. B. Howe, Mansie, was the only candidate nominating and he wn' declared duh <!~cted.

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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BORUNG. Resumed Work [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 19 August 1915

6URUNG. I Resumed Wcrit K Mr K. iiiiu'iu ' f t>, ■ • lu- vi'Turi• ■ ■ ■' ' . hi- »(•:!;. Prcsbyterir.n Anr.ivoryj, Arrin.;.., <• ■ mic-:i.>■ • l«yt. rim ( In^'Icui ...1. v.; : nil' ; M, Bright Ouiiaok Th.' -r.i-- , • , L,-"" 1 I'-'Mil'.t n;!~ l.-tuin t'. i iv. ■ ■■ ; 1'' iiU>» ins* ;»■ : i : .. i>11r i •« ii:^ i . , had ciutn:-_ tab!}' iiul i,.' Wullid oth. • l;i^t :> > ' .. • _ . abuii'li"' ovi tni; t" uu tin' drouth: : ; . . [■erioiHH'.i iii - mviits. I A Rocord Pricc. '■ Mr. J.,!,••. !'>.v. week riveivoi record priec ;>t • horses. :lic ; ■ - . some li^iiM: i. ■. '■! bein.^ the In irso were i>\ ; . at ilnctinu: SOU «f WjVsllV: On L'javc. Private \Y. !<■■'' . a >evere i:. • • ' '■ ■" wn» give:; returned t" hi- i. ■: but on I V. \\'e!>-'--: - tmt allowed t.i v.; Monday ihw Rain fall. Thirteen (••••: registered he; e The total raict.tH ' ■ ' date is io.j |>.

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FAREWELL AND PRESENTATION. MR. HOLMES, WOOLSHED FLAT, HONORED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 19 August 1915

FAREWELL AND PRESENTATION. MR. HOLMES, WOO LSI! ED FLAT, HONORED. A large gathering assembled at the YVoolshcd Flat school on Satur day evening to say good bye to Mr J. Holmes, who has been transferred to the High School at Charlton. Mr Holmes lias been in charge of the Wooished Flat school- for- al most two years, during which period he has enjoyed the conlidciice and won the rcspcct of both the school committee and parents, having proved himself a most capable and painstaking teacher and an estimable young fellow in his private life. Therefore, it was not to be wondered at that general regret was expressed when it became known that lie had received notice to report himself at Charlton on Monday. Though Mr 1 Jolmes only received notice on Friday to report himself at the Charlton school on Monday the Woolshcd Flat school committee got going and in a few hours ar ranged a farewell social, which took place the following evening. Mr T. Scott (a member of the committee) occupied the cha...

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KURRACA. Australian Wounded Soldier Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 19 August 1915

kurraca Australian Wounded * , Puna. hi' A liKi'iii",- .... purpose of • . j '' ' ' ' triilifin u< :■ i lari'cly ait. ii.i,-i . . s. , Friday. was o!cc!c i ■ plainod T>:. . strong , . ... . .. •' i WHS .-il f.-i-,' . , I • j cntrrinmu.v;;- i:. j j in Mr \\. I I • , . • t i ."vptciiil.T uj- i. ; j district il;i\ ,■ j I'uminilti i, . ■. . ' tary. ami ar.- . ill- of -i; i % in in. lii-s- .-U.s , an.l tin1 a';.

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