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Dyspeptics Should Avoid Drugs and Medicines. Try a Little Magnesia Instead. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 27 January 1916

Dyspeptics Should Avoid Drugs and Medicines. Try a Little Magnesia Instead. Sonic people instinctively .shut their eyes to danger, and it may be that instinct, or custom, or habit causcs dyspeptics to take drugs, patent foods and medicincs, artiftdal digestants, <fic. But closing the eyes does not banish the danger, and it is certain that neither drugs nor medicines possess the power to destroy - the acid in the stomach, which is the underlying cause of most forms of indigestion and dyspepsia. They may give tem porary relief, but ever-increasing quantities must be taken, and all the time the acid remains as dangerous as ever. Physicians know this, and that is> why the usual advice now given to sufferers from digestive and stomach trouble is, "Just get some bisurated magnesia from your chemist and take half a te (spoonful in a little water immediately after every meal. This will instantly neutralise the acid and stop food fermentation, thus enabling you to enjoy hearty ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 27 January 1916

Public Notices. WE DO NOT HUSTLE OVER FILLINGS Treating a tooth that has to be filled is an operation demanding great care and patience. Unless the cavity is thoroughly cleansed, all the decayed dentine removed, the chances are that it will abscess and be lost for ever. Tooth treatment takes time. Until we are absolutely certain that the cavity is "right," we do not begin filling. Then our expert knowledge operates. That is the reason why a Coventry Filling never gives trouble —never falls out—and lasts as long as the tooth itself. Let us Examine Your Teeth—it will certainly Pay You. C. w. COVENTRY, R.D.S., Surgeon Dentist. Permanent Surgery at Wycheproof. WILL VISIT BOORT EVERY f^ALE DAY. And may be Consulted at Clements" Railway Terminus Hotel from II a.m. -s. M. MEAD, Grocer JBaker, and Fruiterer, Godfrey-Street, Boort. All kindb of small goods made up, Wedding, picnic, and other parties catered for. Soft drinks of all kinds always in stock. Hot Pies and Coffee during winter mont...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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SHIRE COUNCIL JOTTINGS [BY MONITOR] [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 27 January 1916

SHIRE COUNCIL JOTTINGS [llY MONITOk] The last meeting of the Korong Shire Council was the quietest which has been held for some time, The correspondence file was very small, the works of the Council arc at a standstill, and councillors were in a good temper, so good in fact that it seemed as if they were going to remain there for a sublimely in definite period, and whether it was the reposeful atmosphere from the vicinity of the press table, the wan ing influence of their own dulcet voices, or the gathering folds of ' evening tli.it caused them to rise, or again, a combination of all these circumstances, it is hard to say; the only established fact there is is that they did rise ultimately and j eventually and a realization of long : deferred hope made the heart glad. kkcroitinc. Very nearly half the time of the meeting was taken up with a dis cussion on the question of recruit ing and well over an hour was occu pied on a matter that couid have been settled in five minutes. How ever...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 27 January 1916

Public Noticc. Under New Management jULLY'S HOTEL. KORON8 VILE, J. J. JEWELL, Licensee. t: d-r the careful management of the above, the public ,-V'rcd of every attention ; ample accommodation; j-Ut reasonable rates ; the dining room is well ap %i- civility and attention is the first order of the fluent; mea's on arrival of all trains. First-class Billiard Room. :■=■■■ stabling ; attentive groom. Best ales, wines, and spirits kept in stock SPECIAL OFFER For Two Weeks Only. GREAT MONEY=SAVING White Sale! jjg complete-.! the purchase of a Manufacturer's Entire Stock Jt< c! Ladies" Underclothing at a big discount for cash, we in :rli:c::cas:cn!trs the benefit by holding a BARGAIN WHITE ,11'IHS.not rtii" this chance, as there is a magnificent range to ii of beautiful pure cloth, well finished, very daintily ;:J narked a! sucb prices as will effect a speedy clearance, sssiicE recent heavy advances in all cotton floods, a Xiiht-.pood r:«'ico and longcloths, range from Is lid, 2s...

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THE LODDON BRIDGR [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 27 January 1916

Till? l.ODDON' 11RIDG1? Cr Andrews took advantage of a letter from the Kast Loddon Shire, re the plans of the proposed bridge across the Loddon at Kinypaniel, to again urge the early construction of it by the Roads' Hoard so as to save trouble and added expense by work ins it while the river was swollen witii winter Hoods. He moved that the Hast Loddon Shire be asked to furnish plans, the Country Roads' Board to supply an estimate and that the work be pushed on with due expedition. This was sec onded by Cr, Thomas and carricd. SHIKIi ROLL OK HONOK The Council undertook to to assist the Patriotic League in procuring the names of those belonging to the Shire who have enlisted, for a Roll of honor which is to be compiled. Councillors will give a list of names from their respective districts so far as they know or can recollect them, and those who have friends serving the Empire can also help by sending in names. Surely they do not de sire that their friends should not have a place on t...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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KORONG VALE NEWS Fingers Jammed by Truck Door [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 27 January 1916

KORONG VALE NEWS Fingers Jammed by Truak Door While closing the door of o lou vre truck at the Railway station on Saturday, Mr Joe. Boddy got the fingers of the left hand jammed, with the result that the first and second fingers were badly crushed, the nail being torn completely from the former. The victim was con veyed to Dr Trylors surgery where the injuries were dressed. The Recruiting Campaign There has been a slight ripple dm the passive surface of the rccruiting movement, locally, during the past week, ami there is every reason to believe that the ripple will break into something approximating a cur rent as time proceeds; at any rate there is talk of many more joining before long. Those to submit them selves and pass the test were Messrs 1). Blackie, F. Leech, \V. Rosen grave, J. Boddy, C. Moloney, R. Patterson, and J. Power (Bur.krab anyule), F. Spalding and A. Beach ley (Borung), \V, Cook, D. Simons, 1 j. Smith, J. I lendrickson, P. I lock ing (Wcdderbtirn), and R. Cowley (K...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Points in Passing. Written Specially for the "Northern District Standard.") [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 27 January 1916

Points in Passing. | Written Specially foY the " Northern l District Standard ") I The rise in miners' vfoges is still having a disquieting effect in mining circles. At St. Arnaud and Stawell, where useful and hopeful development work was being done, and where many men were employed, a deadlock has taken place. While at Maldon, where considerable activity has been displayed for some time, the same thing obtains. Thirty years ago the average miner's wage was 42s per week, and many non dividend paying mines were able to keep open, but as wages have now r'sen from 70s to S-is per week, many likely ventures and useful poor men's mines have had to be closed down. When we consider the enormous factor the gold mining industry has been as a wealth producer to Victoria alone, the cessation of work in so many centres has become a calamity. + * * Fortunately the wheat lumpers trouble has come to and end and a compromise has been effected. The situation was becoming serious for the men, who, at...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 27 January 1916

Public Notice. OUR gpring Showing Di.li.cl. , charming i 1 every --- » «» -----—j a^ien are 1 j hinty—fuH of gracefullnoss as becometh the spring season. s -•• ~r—e> uua cnarmine t,.v been worked out for fashionable Robes. Those will nr0Ve r • 1 . Anllu 1 n Qnpiniv at •<-" " , ,, to- w-, • -au wl" prove • hJv who calls. It) Spring Millinery the styles are n —fufl of gracefullnoss as becoroeth the spring season - ,rv is reeoffni^.l as a class to itself, and this spring you should our displ■»>'". We extend an invitation to you. yliss Cameron, THE HOUSE OF FASHION, BOORT WMERGIAL HOTEL, BOORT Under New Management. THE LEADING HOSTELRY IN THE NORTH. The Commercial Travellers' Authorised Home. lfrommodation First-class, and al! Liquors of the Leading Brands.' 28 Excellent Stabling for Horses. J. DALGLEISH, Proprietor. "Ili8 Luxurl«s 01 Yesterday are the necessities of To-tfaB." Boort Motor Garage FORDS! FORDS! FORDS! •sjyS scared the Agency direct from Tarratits for Ford...

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From Various Sources. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 27 January 1916

From Various Sources. I Suddenly the engines stopped and the steamer remained motionless for several minuteB. The passengers be gan to talk among themselves, and one of them, a portly, pompouE person, advanced to the captain. "What seems to be the trouble, cap tain?" he inquired. "Why have we stopped?" "Too much fog," answered the cap tain, curtly. "But 1 can see the stars overhead Quite plainly," argued the persistent individual. "Mebbe ye can." admitted the cap tain grimly. "But unless the b'ilere bust, we ain't going that way!" Greece's flirtatious King: Inconstan tine. Have you any sorrow to spare for the Hun soldier? Listen. It appears that a big Berlin firm—call it Kidder stein and Fakeburst—started working overtime on the manufacture of com pressed alcohol, and presently the mul titudinous Hans wen* marciiing on with a pocketful of cubes, like choco lates. and when he halted for the night secured some hot water, dissolved a cube, and had a cupful. The cubee were rushed by the...

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MEDICAL. ATTENDANCE. An A.N.A. Case. Verdict for Defendant. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 27 January 1916

MEDICAL. ATTENDANCE. An A.N.A. Case. Verdict for Defendant. At the local Court House on Thursday lust, before Messrs G. I". Pennefather, P.M.. and G. i'ertoli, J.P., Dr Webster sued James Henry liaincs for £17 17a, being alleged balance of fees for medical attendance. Mr Smith appeared for the com plainant, and Mr Keane, of Bendigo, for defendant L)r Webster deposed to attending the Haines family on or about April 21, and for three weeks afterwards. The services embraced the treatment of diphtheria cases and taking scwabs of the throats and injecting anti-toxin in five.^cases. He did not have a written contract* with the A N.A There was an understanding, but it was not in writing. He received i-'l per annum from the association on behalf of the defendant for medical attendance. He attended defendant's family on several other occasions, anJ was paid for such attendance. He instructed his solicitor to put in the summons "outside the township ar_-a;' that was one of the grounds on whic...

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FACT and COMMENT. Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 27 January 1916

FACT and COMMENT. Presentation. Ou Saturday night last. Captain Din ner, on behalf of the members of the lioort Fire Brigade, presented Mr Robert Dight, an energetic tnemiier of the brigade, who is leaving the district, with a .silver-mounted pipe. Mr H. C. Gribhto. Mr 11 C. Cribble, of the well-known firm of Messrs W . Cribble and Co., tailors, &e., of Mallarat, will be in lioort on Thursday (this) evening, January 27, after the arrival of tin; train, and will remain until Friday, at 1 p.m. He will be found at the Hallway Hotel with a splendid range of suitings. Splendid Rosults. At the last meeting of the Inglewood Hospital committee, a letter was read from Mr W. E Vernon, lion, secretary to the korong Vale Sports Committee, with cheque for£32 2s <id, the hospital's ■hare of the recent charity carnival Mr Kelly had very much pleasure in moving that a letter of thanks be sent the committee for the very opportune amount. The motion was seconded by Mr Nelson and ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 27 January 1916

CLEARS OUT THE GERMS. \\ hen you have n cold culture beds for the germs of pneumonia and other diseases form in tho throat If Cham berlain a Cough Remedy is taken at the first symptoms of a cold there is no danger of pneumonia or other infections, for being an expectorant it clears out these culture beds, thus preventing germs getting into the system. For that reason alona Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy is tho beat mcdicine you can us j/?r —Sold by all stores, Boort and Quambatook. 1'ii'lic N'olirt.. MISS ODGErs/ I'inno . Orguii . I Resum".-. 'i'uilk n U-Uh Jan., >vj« Lait?. Via'1.' &y,% tori. Write to iVus Address— T. A. OaW'NK, Chemist, Boort. , KOIV i> Ksciuvv; I'AMU.V UUUCW AK?> CitK 'l" v - VKTKHIS *ISV'.i" MOJGiasTs- lm u ■ • KNKMAK. Till,• .; -\7V . 2^31' X» A.'SL El Ca- prim-* + * ' \A/HIL!'. 11 s-.itki•;•;... 'Snort and IVtii-t " ho,r,s.''-v reliable *o:*»ih.iu.iijp, t,; XM Umifinet* p:s'~ K ' Ruildii!"-. ol ivcry -li-cri:,3 Co.,Ml Wn, :-;,, , ^ :Uv:; Building ...

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LAND AND CLEARING SALE. At Wedderburn [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 27 January 1916

LAND AND CLEARING SALE. At Wedderburn ?';■ I). 1'. Gibson reports having h:l,: a veiy successful clearing sale l»v auction, at W'eiiderburn, on V.\ .iii'.'s iay, I Ot.il iiist., of land, pri;j..-:ti.-s, asia cttscts on account o' Mi-;.-; In a!! nine lots were offc:aiui ei-ht out of the nin«_> different properties submitted, readily found buyers at auction. One property not reaching the vendor's idea of vahu- at auction was passed in, hut was promptly bought aftei the sale privately at the reserve price. The first pro perty, described as lot 1. was knocked down to Mr James Stead, and lots 2, 3 and 4 found the highest bidder in Mr Win. Lock hart. Lots 5 and 6 were bought by Mr Tlios. Kirk, and lots 7 and 8, after spirited competition, became the property of Mr John T. Cahill. Lot 9, a very nice property about 1 x/i miles from Wedderburn, was keenly competed for, and made ^10 5s per acre, being bought by Mr A. Gray, M.L.A. The effects and household furniture all made satis factory p...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 27 January 1916

DEATH. BROWN.—On the 25th January, at Sefton Park. Boort, Alice Mabel, second eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs J F. Brown; atjed 28 years.

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Church Services.—Jan. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 27 January 1916

Church Services.—Jan. 30. Church of England—Boort 11 a.m and 7.3') p.m. Feriiihurst I! p.m. Presbyterian Church. — Hoort 7.30 p.m. Durham Ox 3 p.m. Pyramid Hill 11 a.m. — Kev. E. Ijldridge. Church of Christ.— Boort, 11 n.m. ; 2.30 p.m., Bible Class ;7.30p.m , Gospel Service—MrG. II. Oldfield. Feb. G. Catholic Church. —boort early. • Mar mal late.

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NORTHERN DISTRICT STANDARD with which is incorporated the BoortStandard, Korong Vale Lance. and Quambatook Herald. Interesting reading mater will be found on our sixth page. Thursday, January 27. Under Which Flag? [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 27 January 1916

I with which i» incorporated the Boort Standard, Korong Vafc Lancc. and Quam batook Herald. Interesting reading mutter will be found on our sixth page. Thursday, Jamiaiy 27. Under Which Flag ? The Prime Minister is waging war with those lie terms Syndicalists. He sees clearly enough that the world's freedom is at stake, that certain silly Laborites arc en dangering it. When he spoke in the Town Hall a week or too ago, he denounced these men as "without country and without religion," de claring roundly that he would cast them out "as the devils were cast out of the swine." At ^Sydney oil Tuesday, when saving "Good-Bye" to the Laborites of that city, he de clared that he had no concern with j the able-bodied man,.who, professing i to love liberty, was not prepared I to fight for it- In the strongest I words he could tind, he denounced ! those members of his party who > have been doing their utmost to stay enlistment, lie asserted that these men having nothing in com mon with unioni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 27 January 1916

Our j7ccourtis. | D;:ar I'atkon.s, ! My newspaper accounts are now | being soul out for business trans j acted up to year ending December 31st, 1915. Therefore, 1 shall es teem it a personal favor if you friVl* this notice prompt attention The large and ever-increasing weekly outlay involved in the publication of the "Northern District Stand j ard," as a worthy representative of the town und district, will, I hope, influence you to assist the progressive step taken liy me in giving the district a paper that lias so favorably been commented upon by the Metropolitan Press. Yours respectfully. A. W. RtNDER, Proprietor.

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YES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 27 January 1916

YES. I By Jttrr Author o! "Ttv aliiy Md the Great V. Among tti* reconcile Ea;":;-L:; • tial us* o! v,r crti is * •. :• tlliiii it-v ^ ' will souti ru:. i:. •: S Yet is- «• :: ;: ■ and a l-rc-i:: sioc. Hvr-- <<•:.<. ;■■■ gossip- c-• on u- ij;*. tics of Ger::.i:. lie r.y. domain <■' ?•-: «•.;•• them. L-i'r - and ; secret "b'-i" ; sober u:.i easily • any peri-'.-- '-—■'■ presec; twelve :v.-'.k:. are wear:::? ::••:• less taat The Otr^u. •• ed tLat u: i:..: i — country i:. age. It it ••:•..u.i1 live matt oy in July, l.-Ii ulauou Vv'iii i.;-. census •• tfce t:ai;re , urc^ortioi "> v^rts*' :4-:y . -_yy; in r;x ILi: ■? :-c> i :--ar rev«a! ♦. v xl ; ; : : ii-- t-'-liori'j *--t t;' it u.t act •' • ~a ed (ti nsi.;:uy ac tual figure* a a: • ; gives in tt.e • It is. is OUiir V fact that Girraaa. with at lea;'. l-;-; itary age. Tnt l-t =>sl ::i| Ho» rsa:.; v jecled as - :• - "" ^ uualiy pubi-sita il sible- a wort: a; : Jahrbuch" >aa Vet the ...

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THE PENITENT OF NOOVE CHAPELLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 27 January 1916

THE PENITENT OF NOOVE CHAPELLE. "TiiS' following poem, by Lance-Cor 5«>ra! Jus-eph Lee. 4th Battalion Black j Ywilca, ha£ reached us from Trance,' j says the "Manchester Guardian." j At 1 lay in the trenches o:: Noo\e| Chapelle. Whore the big guut barked like the Houiids, o' Hell, Set 1 to nsysel'. sez 1 to asyM.-i': Billy,, me boy, here'f tie end o' you— But if, by good luck, ye should chance to slip thro', Ye'll bid all ye'r evil companions adieu; Keep the Lord's ten Commands—and Lord Kitchenei's two— Sez 1 to asyse"—at Noove Chapeilt. No more women. and no more win'. No more hedgia' to set down the line. No more hoggin' around like a swine, Alter Noove Chapelle—sei 1 to mysel'. But only the rood God in Heaven knows The wayward way tiat a soldier goe.-. And Ke must ha' leSt rne to wait by luy&el'— For three times I've iett. since Noove Chapelle. Once at Bethcne and twice at Ee- j talres, I The devil gripped hould o' me un-1 aw&re«— [ : Vei O'li-;. :i i pr»j-£T»,...

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NO. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 27 January 1916

NO. By Frederic William Wile. La!<- Berlin Correspondent of "The Daily Mail" and Author of "Men Around the Kaiser." Id the mid?i of a world of muddle, A-?stt\ and procrastination, a new and highly efficacious cure for the blues aas reached London. It is strictly up-to-date and it is made in Germany. It consists of the 10,300th page of officially acknow ledged German casualties, and it de notes that the enemy's losses in the field are certainly not below 3,700,000 in killed, wounded, and prisoners, for tie closely-packed pages contain on the average SCO names each. Before me as 1 write lie Lists Nos. 76S to S00 inclusive for the first twenty-two days of November. They contain a total of 1^5,4 SO names, or 88S5 a day. As the German military authorities, :or reasons best known to them selves, do not publish their officer casualties (except non-coms.), and the lists are necessarily incomplete, we n»ay safely compute the enemy's day by-day attrition in Russia, France, Flanders...

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