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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 3 February 1916

rif WON CONFIDENCE. -aScsneJ 'ontaininjt opium *-:«.:to'ics five or.ly temporary ;hc ctlef! of the narcotic <;'c35lh » a? bad as erer. ■yiz'i Cosjfh Remedy contains it relievos the lungs. W-rilon. allays coughing by a'fcirfised air ps.osase.*. You ■Itii iir.; course of treatment i-.a: *!*n you use Chamber •fcjS 8<sr.edy. I he first dose !&?if takm according to '« :h- coM will have disap i$i»ap!eof days. -Sold by all isKt :r,j Quamb.itook. N'otu c. 8wrt Common ,~:ii VEETIN'G will be held itl'wljy, s p.m., to Elect sarf lis foort Common. The • tUgiWc for re-election:— I '■ iLj'.lW J. Facey, fi. Wilson, j sis. rd P. Cameron. General Erfttttlecn the Hth. J. CAMEHON. Sec. ''l'JEIi- A ray in learn the I feting trade. Apply The afSU3ia.nl," B'.iort. Mr Chambers', sen., | i:: Itt week in December), t&XscrHnod Cover. Kinder las '.V. H El-t.torr, Boort PEAK^. I can supply ■ iffrta'd iiears at reasonable sb«i5 with order. W. LAMBS HamwrL - Barker's Creek. ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRAIN TRAGEDY. [?]stralian Soldier's Death. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 3 February 1916

0 TRAGEDY. ^Soldier's Death. ,oWicr met his 1c circumstances ■ y.'J ^^|,c Great Central VkU ,„v,uC bv the mid >f!-?.larvlcb«'nc.^,cn •r>:" •'''' -.-.iicr jumped into *:!i:!1.., the train was r'tc cirl says that she ihr soldier after :^Y*,nthe northward "( the door '"in<1 '^.hf footboard, and *'"• Rick v •).,•!!!< !l',c ■■ m;,! a woman s , ' Vhey searched RcvnoUis wan • ' ' • ,i;x/f<2 condition. : ' " i • oak revealed ■■ f\'"«»■ l,v , .he -,,:dier was boci) lodpns >incc (1eto!>cr, and ,;iC lN„r»M'CC nt tt;e .n W'r.ir.e-'iay. 1 he ,'vjrmv. umii ir-» -• M< ,tntes Iliai across the carnage, u^ith i.i-- t.st, put in* !•.<••■ ti'*i«n>. a.«i her chill to prevent . <hc wrenched away ?TV <h:'iekcii.' Next she ; iiuilf i'! thc do<"'' ^hc chins; to ihc 'JSova the side for M.tnc inwuitcs. *_nc ?r.-rY'iiki '!n-v m0,c '^!C> '".hclost hevmemoiy 'JX" ss the result of the licM'iibes Volk as a ;^'...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wheat Ready Reckoner. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 3 February 1916

Wheat Ready Reckoner. Tile following ■•hows :it a yl.iiH'e how fanners limy arrive at the number of bushels uf wheat com line 1 i.-i .» yi von load:— One cwt equals 1 Im^hi.! ~i2 lb Two cwt u|ii:i!s :i bnshvN •( I !Ih Three ovt- equals i> busbc's :li) 1 !>s. Knur o a t eq'ials 7 ►.n»Jn;I« '2S lbs Five cwt equals 'J bushels 20 His Sis cwt equals 11 bus !■ 1 12 It)* Seven cwt equals ]•> bushels 1 lbs Kight owl equals M bushols :~>U lbs Nino cwt equals Hi bushels 4H lb Ten jwi equals 18 bushels 10 lbs Eleven cwt equals '20 bushel .'i- lb* Twelve cwt. equals 22 bushels '21 lbs Thrilecn cwt equals '21 bushels 10 lbs Fourteen cwt equals '20 "bushels Ifi lbs Fifie n owl equals 28 bushels Six'een cwt equals 21) bushel* ;V2 lbs Sev• ntoon cwt equals ill bushels 44lbs Eighteen cwt equals :i!J bushels 30 lbs NinUce;- cwt equals 3:1 bushels 281b Ono to i equals i!7 bushels '20 lbs Two umii i-ijunl 74 bushels 40 lbs Three tons equal 11'2 bushels Four (oils equal 141* bushels 20 ib« F...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AVERAGE WHEAT YIELD AND WINTER FODDER. Improvement in Agricultural Methods. Possible to Estimate Probable Crop. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 3 February 1916

AVERAGE WHEAT YIELD AND WINTER FODDER. Improvement in Agricultural Methods. Possible to Estimate Probable Crop. In the Journal of Agriculture," Air Richardson, M.A., publishes an interesting article dealing with the relationship existing between the aycrags wheat yield and (he rainfall, and other matters of in terest to producers. 1JC writes: - • t'lc Victorian average wheat yield is dependent- on the rainfall during the growing period of the ciop is a matter of common observa tion. That there is a definite rela tionship between the two, and that this relatiorship may be used to forecast the probable average wheat yield early in November is prob ably not suspected by the casual ob server. A comparison of the average wheat yields of Victoria for the past 25 years with the composite rainfall over the wheat belt from May to to October throughout the same period appears to establish such a relationship. In order to determine the composite winter rainfall of the v ictorian wheat belt, te...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 10 February 1916

ATTACK SUDDENLY. Colic and diarrhoea always attack suddenly and must be stopped promptly. Consider the suffering that must be en dured until a physician arrives or medi cine can be obtained. Chamberlain's Colic or Diarrhoea Remedy gives imme diate relief, and it seldom takes more than a couple of doses to completely check the attack . — Sold by all stores, Boort rind Quambatook. Public Noticc. J. J. ogburn, SURGEON DENTIST MEDICAL HALL, CHAHLTON, Will visit I500RT evory SALE DAY and may bo consultod at Dalgleish', Commercial Hotel. Mr J.J. Ogburn wiabos to bring spec tally under notico that hu will visit per sonally, and that nil work done by him will bo in accordance with tho latest and moat scientific principles adopted inKng land and Anioricn, and that a perfect fit and every satisfaction is guaranteed. Teeth axtractcdpiiinlossly unier Somno forme, or with local anesthetics. b'oinno forme is tho best, safest, and most rapid of all amcKtheticB yet known, and enables him to extract...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. For the benefit of subscriber and others we publish the numbers at the Boort exchange:— [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 10 February 1916

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. For the bonofit otliorH we publish Bnort oxclmngi; : — of subscribers nnd tho mimber« nt the No. 1—J. Wnugh y—Dt Webster 4—liutter Factory 5—W. II. Elliott 0 —WiiiRfiold and S'>n 7— Exchungo Hotel (I— J. Weaver 10—CculU Brus. 11—Standard 12—C. Beer 13—0. Iliii Ison 14— \ndro>VH Uro.s. 15—Mrs Mewl ' 10—S. D. Strnton | 17—S. G. Lucy j 18—J. Dalgieiah 19—J. J. Grace 20—Jas. Kirk. 21—Geurno Wilson. 22—C. O. Grahatu. 2!)—Railway Station 24—A. Lome Smith 25—Railway Hotel (.1. W. Clements) 26—Jnnics Cameron 26—Mi«s Cameron 27—Geo R. Kirkham 1 28.—T. A. Ga»iie 29— R. Duvoy

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 10 February 1916

CAN BILIOUS ATTACKS BE AVOIDED? Many people believe that bilious attneks Hlways come on suddenly. Such is not usually "the case. If you watch closely vou will observe that your appetite fails before the attack comes on. When an attack is about due and you are not hungry at meal time, take two or three of Chamberlain's Tablets and the attack will be warded off.—Sold by all stores, Boort and Quambatook. Ptililic Notice. Under New Management Boort Hotel. J. J. GRACE (I»iite of Mlldur;i) HAS pleasure in announcing that he ban taken over the above hotel so favorably known when conducted by M Thos. [}. Kiniry—which ho hopes by attention to business, to restore to it former popularity as The Farmers and T ravellers House of call. Shilling Tariff ON'K TABLE ONLY. Homo Comfort*. Civility to all. Hood table. Baths. Billiards. Extensive Loose Boxen. FRKK STABLING. Phone 19. boort co-operative Butter & Ice Uoy. Ltd. I.IM I I liI'J Owned by Dairymen and Carried on for the Profit of Dairy...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Sheepskins, Hides and Tallow. The Australian Mercantile, Land and Finance Company Limited report under date February 3rd:— [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 10 February 1916

Sheepskins, Hides and Tallow. The Australian Mercantile, Land and Finance Company Limited re port under date February 3rd :— Sheepskins. — Small catalogues were offered at this week's auctions, 2130U sheepskins being submitted. Competion throughout the sales was brisk for all descriptions at prices 1-8 to per lb above late rates and for a few lines oi well grown fine crossbred pelts prices advanced Ad to j£d per lb. | Hides. —Keen competition ruled for all bright and good conditioned parcels at unchanged rales, but for dirty and discolored lines, all weights were practically unsaleable; 4000 hides and kip being submitted. Tallow. — Offerings this week were about-the usual, 273 packages j being offered. Competition at the opening sales was good but as they ptogressed the market showed weakness and may be quoted a shade in buyers' favor.

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wool Sales. Messrs Dalgety and Company Limited report under date February 2nd:— [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 10 February 1916

Wool Sales. Messrs Dalgety and Company Limited report under date February 2nd :— Although sales in Victorian centres were discontinued during the current week, they will, owing to greater shipping accomodation being available, be resutned 011 Mdnday, the 7th itist., when com bined catalogues of 18,000 bales in Melbourne and 8,000 in Geelong will be submitted. The position regarding available tonnage in the near future has now so much improved that there is ever? prospect of sales being con tinued during the weeks com mencing J'lth and 21st inst.. During the past week interest was chiefly centred in B:isbane, where some 25,000 bales were offered, and, although much of the wool showed the effects of tue dry season, it sold readily at up to 10 per cent, above rates current at the previous sales. Scoureds, which were also in good supply, sold well under similar conditions. The latest cable.; from London, where ihe first series of sales is now in progress, report a stronger market, with ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 10 February 1916

Publio Notice. Commoiuvealtb|fK6anft* Australia URAD OFFICB SYDNEY General Banking Business principal CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON Otblt remittances made to, tod drifts drawn on foreign place* direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letter* of credit iaaued to any part of the world. Banking and Exchange Buiiness of e^ery description tranaacted within the Commonwealth. United Kingdom and abroad. Current account* opened Interest paid on fixed dej«o»t?s Advance* made against approved Mcuritie*. Savings Bank Department BRANCHES In tha chief centres and AGENCIES at over Pnnt omkm IntCroat at /%)' i/- "sajEar 2550 <« pcr / Deposit and Papua up to £300 INTERSTATE and INTERNATIONAL Sariop Ilank Facilities IAMII KILU D^itf 0<t«bw. /««•. MS 1***18 »N MIL1.RR. Support Your District Paper, the "NORTHERN DISTRICT STANDARD," Published Every Thursday Afternoon. HOW ? You Can Help if in a Number of Different Wavs. Firstly— By placing your name with us as a...

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Newslats [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 10 February 1916

Newslats It is said that "in common things the law of sacrifice takes the form of positive duty". This aptly epit omises the labors of the local Red Cross ladies who work on ceaseless ly, industriously, self sacrificingly, as if it were a positeve duty, and without thought of reward other than satisfaction from the knowledge of the good they are doing. Thurs day's all day meeting was a great success; tlie workers were numer ous and activity sustained. Mr. Samuel M'Pherson, late of Wychitella, farmer, who died on ist January, left property valued at ,£5.130 to his widow and children. A captured Turkish officer has pointed out a quaint coincidcucc about the word Anzac. It is really a Turkish word signifying "only just". But the Australians have: appropriately invested it with a name by taking the letters to stand for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps—A.N.Z.A.C. A lishing party formed of Messrs J. Latta, Bell and Speer, sccured a fine haul of fish in the Loddon on Saturday. In all ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 10 February 1916

HAS WON CONFIDENCE. Cough mcdicincs containing opium or other narcotics give only temporary relief, once the effect of the narcotic is gone the cough is as bad as ever. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy contains no narcotic but it relieves the lungs, aids expectoration, allay3 coughing by healing the inflamed air passages. You don't need a long course of treatment I for a cough when you use Chamber | Iain's Cough Remedy. The first dose gives relief and if taken according to directions the cold will have disap I peaied in a couple of days.—Sold bv all j stores, Boort and Quambatook. ! - ————. j Public Notice. I' DR. G. UNWIN TAYLOR, . Physician and Surgeon MAY be consulted at his new re sidence, Wilson-street, Wedder Ijurn (noxt to the Church of England vicarage). Dr. TAYLOR visits Korong Vale every Tuesday and Friday from '2 tc 4 p.m. at J. J. Allen's residence. Wychitella — overy Wednesday from 3 p.m., at Hawkin's Hotel. | Photography. | j. w¥lls (Photographer o!' Ingle wood) Visits Koron...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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NEWS FROM THE FRONT PRIVATE DOUGALD O'BRIEN [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 10 February 1916

NEWS FROM THE FRONT PRIVATE DOUGAIyD O'BRIIiN Writing to his Mother on Nov. 24 from An/.ac Cove Private Doug aid O'Hrien says: Just a few lines to let you know that I am si ill going strong, hoping that this let ter finds you all well at home. I have'nt received any letter from you for a long time. I think they get hung up in figypt-. The last that arrived here brought letters written in April and May; they had been held Up in Kgypt all the time. The postal administration in Kgypt wants shaking up badly. I was around to see Mick (brother,) and Kphie (Shaw) the other day and they were all right. Mick is going to try and transfer around here with me. It is very <|iiiet along our line at present and there has been nothing doing for some time past. The weather ha-; now turned very cold with hit;h winds and a rough sea that makes landing of goods and stores an impossibility ; be sides the Turks shell our landing places day and night, .so you can see that men work under very gr...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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THE BRITISH FLEET. Great Britain's Engine of Vengeance. Grip on Every Sea. Nothing Like it in Human History. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 10 February 1916

THE BRITISH FLEET. Great Britain's Engine of Vengeance. Grip on Every Sea. Nothing Like it in Human History. To that •'Nowhere of Naval Wai" where the Grand Fleet is. a party of British and foreign jour nalists have paid a visit. How the ships are disposed, what they look like, when and where they cruise, are all secrets which the enemy would Rive a king's ransom to share, writes Mr, Archibald j Ilurd. Those secrets must be ! guarded. Hut there is much can be revealed in order that the British people throughout the world may understand that they are not as persons without the complete as i surance of victory which the sea has always yielded us. It is not given to any man to make anything but a brief inspection of the meu of war which constitute at once our weapon of defence and offence. This un paralleled instrument, in which are embodied all the broad lessons drawn from the past, and in which reside .our hopes for the future, has been fashioned, as though we were giants in the worl...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRUMPETER CYRIL RYAN [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 10 February 1916

TRUMPETER CYRIL RYAN Mr and Mrs J.J. Ryan have re ceived the following letter from their son Cyril: Malta, 17/1 l/'l5— I have had a pretty bad time with my hand as it was a wound turned to septic poisoning. I thought that I would loose it altogether, the pain of it nearly drove me mad. I must say the English nurses are the finest I ever met; they will do anything at all for you, nothing is a trouble to them. We had also some very nice Knglisli people to visit us in hospital, and they used to'bring us cigarettes and sweets, as well as give us nice concerts in our hall, so I can tell you being wounded is not altogether one of the worst things but is rather nice at times. I suppose by this you are making preparations for Christmas. Well, I can only hope that you have a happy one. I met Jack the other day and he has grown into a fine b'g man. He is in the very best of health and con dition and would make two of :ne ; to tell you the truth I would have hardly known he has grown that tall...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 10 February 1916

public Notise. OUR coring Showing • n'stinc'-. ln Spring Dross Goods the most charming ivjifiDgis 'forked oi»t for fashiouablo Robes. These will prove J fcavebW" ualls j„ Spring Millinery the styles aro full of £tMeeftillu"-ss as beeometh the spring season. ;s ;IS :l (-lass to itself, and this spring you should 1kVl> evtt;!Kl :U1 'nv'tatl0n to you. ^isS Cameron, the house of fashion, boort gMERCIAL HOTEL, BOORT. I'mkr Xcu" Management. i K\I)IN1 ■ HOSTELRY IN THE NORTH. Hit '' .-cllers' Authorised Home. •ji.;. Tr;i\e ,,-faii^n F rst-cl3bs, and al! Liquors of the :Sr'n " " Leading Brands. Excellent Stabling for Horses. J. DALGLEISH, Proprietor. Lul[.rl€s oi Yesterday are the Nscessitiss ot To-dag." Motor Qa rage FORDS! FORDS! FORDS! jjj i.„ jij,. \..>hcv from Tarrants for Fords, Fiats, Suti ^ i '-I'l'l R-.iv-*r Cu-<. :Jso the Cotnniir and Republic Lorry. I . i.v;- i n-.v. (or Districts of Boort,, Like Manual, Barraport, '."r tSicJgwin cannot be delivered before March....

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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THE EUCALYPTUS INDUSTRY News And Facts About It THE PATHWAY OF SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 10 February 1916

THE EUCALVPTtJS INDUSTRY I News And Facts About It .THE PATHWAY OF SUCCESS Some short time back wc liad something to say.about the condit ion and prospects of the Eucalyptus industry in the Korong Vale dis trict; today a newer aspect con fronts us, and a fresh note strikes the ear. It will be remembered that wc told then of the effort that was being made by Mr. YV. Carruthcrs to secure something of a footing on the retail market for his oil, chiefly on account of the paralysis produced in the export trade by the war, and jiow it is pleasing to be able to chronicle that, after only a (cw months of endeavor, Mr Carruthcrs lias met with a remarkable measure of success, for which there must be some outstanding reason -and there is. It is well known that in every trade crisis where supply exceeds demand merit and quality always survives, and it is this factor that has left Mr Carruthcrs triumphant when so many distilleries had to close down. Any class, of oil will sell in times of scarci...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 10 February 1916

ECONOMY. Cramp, colic and diarrhcua can be promptly relieved by Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Bomedy. As plain printed directions accompany each bottle it can be adminiatored by anv member of the family. It is economy to keep Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house It has never been known to fail even in ■evere and dangerous caseg.—Sold by all! ■tores, Boort and Quambatook. I Public Notice. DR. J. A. N. SCOTT,; (Formerly of Wyclicproof) The Leading, Consulting and Operating Surgeon, ' " LISTER HOUSE,'' (Formerly Girton College), Rowan Street, BENDIGO Dr. Scott Has given Special Attention to Diseases of Women. Moderate Fees. Tel. 765J Dentistry. Mr. W. BATCHELDER, Dentist, Of Bendigo and Korong VaJo, Com pleto Upper and Lower Seta at— £5 5a. HAVING recognised tho incon venient and expenBo to my country patients having to como to Bendigo to consult me, I have secured tho Borvicos ol Mr O. L. Graham, and have fitted up a most up to-date surgery at Korong \ ate (adjoin...

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Patriotic Workers [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 10 February 1916

Patriotic Workers A meeting of the Patriotic Work ers' Club was held on .Monday night, president O'Donohue being in the chair. The secretary, Mr W. J. Leech read a statement showing a credit of jC~ 13 4. It was deci ded to resume work, suspended for' the holidays, 011 Friday night of this week and continue it each Fri day thereafter, while the Sloyd room will also he available of a Wed nesday and Saturday afternoon for those who wish to attend. It was pointed out that present needs lay chiefly in bed leg rests and deck chairs, and timber suitable for these articles is being procured. Work er;; are wanted and men folk arc J asked to emulate the fine example set them by the ladies, and to give one evening a week, at least, to pro vide comforts for the wounded and disabled in fighting for their cause. The work is well within the capacity of all and all who can -and who cannot are asked to have a tender thought for the maimed and the fallen and lend a helping hand. Who will say nay ? Wh...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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KORONG VALE NEWS Public Appreciation that Serves an Objcct [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 10 February 1916

KQR0NG VALE NEWS Public Appreciation that Servos an Objcct Modesty may not be part of our nature in barkening to the plaudits of a pleased public, but \vc think it will be admitted thnj never before have these columns yielded the ack nowledgement that "spite of all modesty a man must own a pleasure . in hearing himself praised"; rather j have we observed the axiom of j Roux that "everything that is ex | quisite hides itself", believing that just as " a guilty conscicnce needs no accuser" so merit carries its own testimony and the eloquent award j of public appreciation that the con scious lignt of self praise only dims I in brilliance. But when public cause bccomcs involved with Press effort we might be pardoned if we blushingly own the soft impeach ment, seeking further to help the causc by acknowledging at once the j general and generous appreciation |«f our efforts and the worth of their objective. We refer to our out article in last issue on town lighting, the paragraphs dealing...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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