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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 6 August 1914

Every year the demand for Tarpaulins is growing. They are used more in Summer than in; Winter Having se cured some Extra Special Quality. Cloths, we. are,offer ing the Very Best Vaiues. Write for our Special List, which is the Keenest cut Tarpaulin List yet offered. Gippsland & Northern Co-Operative Selling Co. Ltd. 494 FLINDERS LANE, MELBOURNE. L. A. FAIRBAIRN AND CO., Stock and Station Agents, SHEEP & CAfTEE SALESMEN 2 St. James's Buildings, ,117 William st., Melbourne. (L. A- Fairbairn, R. H. Dugdale, R. J. Fairbairn). All stock classed and sold by members of the firm. First-class lucerne paddocks, with abundance of water, for the accommo dation of off-day stock. J AS. IRVING, Boort representative. -^Northern District Printing Proprietary. NOTICE. AH Accounts due to this paper for printing, advertising and sub scriptions have been for warded. Heavy expenses are incurred in running a newspaper, which must be attended to, and we would esteem it a favor if all accoun...

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH SERVICES August 9. CATHOLIC CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 6 August 1914

CHURCH SERVICES August y. Catholic Church Mnrmal, lato Boort, early . Church ok England. Boort—11 a,m„ and 7 p.m., Ca'tumnal— Rev. F. E. Lewd,-. Presbyterian. Boort—11 a.m. Durham Ox—-3 p.m. < Pyramid Hill—7 p.m. Rk.v G. A. Stewart. Church ok Christ. Boort—11 a.m.; 2.30 p.m., Bible Class; 7 p in., gospel service. / v It G. H. Ol.DlTEI.l). Methodist. Boort—li a.m., Mr Marshall ; 7, Mr Hargreaves Catumnal'-:!, R-v'Kent Ynndo—3, Rev Kent > N Lake Manual—3, Mr Hargreaves Miumindio—11, Mr Wingfield

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 6 August 1914

PRODUCE REPORT. Gippsland and Northern Co-operative Selling Co- Ltd. report Butter—Choicest 14d, good to prime to 12Ad, dairies to lid. Eggs—Ordinary 15d, new laia loa. Bacon—Prime light sides to lOld, hams from lOd. : GRAIN. Wheat—Good to 4s 3d Oats—Milling 2s 5d, best feed to 2s 4id, medium to 2s 34d. _ . Chaff—Choice oaten to£4 2s6d, prime to £4. t . it Potatoes—Carmens to L>4 15s, in ferior hard to clear. Onions—Globes £6 5s to £6 10s.

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CURE CORNER. THE SICK ROOM IN WINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 6 August 1914

THE CURE CORNER. THE SIOK ROOM IN WINTER. There are several small points, im portant in themselves, which must bo attended to in the sick room in win ter. sucli as the admitting of fresh air without causing draught; the keep ing up tko lire during the night with out disturbing the patient, being very careful that the change of personal clothing and sheets are always well aired, that there are two or three hot water bottles at hand, and that a kettle of water is always on the boil in the kitchen to fill them in case of the patient having a chill. It is quite as important to have the room well ventilated in winter as in summer, but sometimes it is more difficult to accomplish, especially in rainy and windy weather. It can be.done, how ever'by opening the bottom sash a few inches, and tacking over it an old blanket, then the fresh air will filter through without causing a draught. The thermometer must be examined from time to time, to see that the room is of the right tmperature/ viz.,...

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 6 August 1914

mnrc AND SKIN MARKET. The Australian, Mercantile*,- Land and Finance Co., Ltd., report: — Sheepskins—Owing to the war crisis in Europe, sales were postponed. i: ides — Good catalogues at this week's sales: kips were -unaltered, light-weights showed a weaker tenden cy, and all other weights declined Jd Per 'h. , Tallow—Competition throughout was keen and no change was noticeable.

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOO REALISTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 6 August 1914

TOO REALISTIC. Willie finally persuaded his aunt to •play with'him. The chairs were a r 1 ranged in line and he issued orders :— "Now you be the engineer, and I'll be the conductor. Lend me your watch and get into your cab." Then he hurried down the platform, time piece in hand. "Pull out there you red-lieaded jay 1" he shouted. "Why Willie!" exclaimed his aunt in amazement. "That's right, chew the rag," he re torted. "Pull out! We're five min utes late already." They have had to forbid bis playing down by the train terminus. It is estimated that the motor-cars and cycles at present running in Great Britain and Ireland aggregate a value of approximately £55,000,000. Work was commenced on the erec tion of a small town to accommodate the thousands of workmen employed at the

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 6 August 1914

terrible burn on palm of hand "One night 1 struck a mutch and the whole box went off in my hand and, I had a terrible burn across the palm," says Mr J. R. Worsl'ey, Margate, Tas. "The pain was something awful, i went into the store and looked for something to relieve and noticed- the word ' bums ' on the label I of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. 1 poured the Halm freely on my hand and the pain , quickly disappeared and 1 was able to go to sleep. In the morning i found the skin whole and'the burn quickly loaded without even leaving a scar."

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 6 August 1914

NURSE ENDRE8 Bundaberg, Nth. Queensland, wrMti • rtuibVIc Ittter to A MAGNIFICENT BRAIN AND NERVE STRENGTHENING MEDICINE. Burbot Str«cl, Bundaberg, Q., 3/9/19. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " Until two,years ago I fol lowed my profession of LADIES' NURSE, residing vt'Mt. Perry. Overwork brought n a TOTAL COLLAPSE OF MY NERVOUS SYSTEM. I was b-ated by. several doctors, but grew worse and became so low and suffered so much that I despaired of ever being well again ; in fact, ONE DOCTOR SAID THE END WAS VERY NEAR, and, indeed 1 only longed for the hour when I should be at peace. A friend, persisting, made me try Clements Tonic, and it proved my salva tion. Four bottles saw me up and about, and although well advanced in years, 1 am strong and active, and able to lock after my business. That is en tirely due to Clements Tonic. 1 would be pleased if you use this letter. (Sicneil) NURSE W. T. ENDRES." This 'etter is but one of hundred*. T b's medi cine is equal to a doctor in your In.tne. It uiv»-s ...

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 6 August 1914

Cycling and Motor Notes. [By ur Special Correspondent.] The Australasian half-mile (lying start motor eyfcle road reeoid has been again equalled, the rider on this occasion being a estralian named 11. Wigmore. His per formance was accomplished on a 7 h.p. Twin machine, ami the ride electrically timed. The record st ands at 26 1-5th se conds to the credit of E. E. Kester, of •South Australia. This time has now been twice equalled, litest by E. Mayman, Vic toria, and now by Wigmore. The speed attained .works out at 68 J miles per hour. The previous holder of the Adelaide Broken Hill record, Mr >S. A. Cheney, of Adelaide, intends at an early date making an attempt to regain the record which at present stands in the name of M. Aunger, whose time for 323 miles was 9 hours 48 minutes. Aunger drove a 35 h.p. Overland and Cheney will again select a Ford for the attempt. A very fine ride was recorded by E. Tyler, in the Victorian Motor Cycle Club's 10 miles road race last week, over an ou...

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 6 August 1914

CURED THEM BOTH '•1 always use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and can recommend it to anyone who has children," says Mrs Barrett, Broom street, Kat.aiming, W.A. " My two little . girls Idoreen and Sheila, wen* very tad with croup: Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was the only me dcine that would give them relief. After they had taken two bottles there was not a trace of croup. Now I would not lie without ft bottle ot Chamber lain's Cough Remedy in iny home."

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 6 August 1914

WARDS IT OFF. " Until I was recommended to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I suffered continuously with colds on the chest," writes Miss M. Flangnn, "Cartennin," Ward-street, Kalgoorlic, W A. " Now when I notice the slightest sign of a cold I take a couple of doses of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and the cold is warded olf."

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 6 August 1914

Death of Albert Trott. Information has been received from London that Albert Trott, the well-known cricketer, had com mitted suicide by shooting himself with a revolver. A. E. Trott was a brother to Harry Trott, and formerly played for East Melbourne, Some years ago he went to England and ob tained an engagement with one of the leading clubs there, and was very succesful. He had been suf fering from dropsy.

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
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What Dyspeptics Should Know. PHYSICIAN'S TIMELY ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 6 August 1914

What Dyspeptics Should Know. PHYSICIAN'S TIMELY ADVICE. The fact that few dyspeptics really understand the cause ot their trouble is probably the reason why drugs are still used to such an alarming extent. The practise is wrong, however, and is strongly condemned by many physicians. The presence of excess acid in the stomach is the cau:e of practi cally all forms of digestive trouble, and this can be neutralised and rendered harmless by the occasional use of ordinary bisurated'magnesia —a product which can be obtained from any chemist. Physicians use bisurated magnesia themselves as well as recommend it to their patients, because they recognise that it not only overcomes danger ous stomach acid and thus ensures easy digestion, but by its use no harmful drug is introduced into the system and therefore there can be 110 unpleasant after-effects. Half a teaspoonful taken in a little water after meals is usually quite suffi cient to keep the food contents of the stomach free from ferment...

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SEA KALE. A LITTLE-KNOWN VEGETABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 6 August 1914

SEA KALE. A LITTLE-KNOWN VEGETABLE. There is no more wholesome veget able than seakale, and among those who are well acquainted with it there * is none more highly esteemed. > ! jw the coast of Western, Europe, ; including the British Isles, it grow s as ; a weed. It has a thick, fleshy root shock, which branches freely, and ; fleshy ovate leaves, with stout slieath" ing stalks like that, ?f celery •part thati is eaten is the leaf-stalk, which is made tender and agreeable in flavor by forcing. . j The plants will grow in an ordinaij garden soil, but do best m a) rich sandy loam which has been deepb trenched and further enriched with well rotted farmyard manure. 1 ,Pa gation can be effected feather from roots or by seed, both of wbicli may be secured now from local seedsmen. SEEDING AND TRANSPLANTING. Sow the seed in drills a foot apart and cover with very fine sand. Yv hen large enough, the young plants sbou^<1 be judiciously thinned out to ample room for growth. Hie l...

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Sandhurst Trustees Co. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 6 August 1914

Sandhurst Trustees Go. Mr J. H. Abbott presided over the half-yearly meeting of the Sandhurst and' Northern District Trustees, Execu tors Company, held last week. He stated that the balance-sheet would be presented at the end of the next term, and, proceeding, said "The half year is up to the average of previous years, but as a number of the estates handled are small, and the amount of work en tailed equal to the administrative work required to handle much larger estates, this leaves us at a considerable disad vantage in comparison with the com panies established in Melbourne. There the volume of business to be handled and the value of the individual estate is much greater. Shareholders can do much to assist in building up the busi ness by advocating and recommending to their friends its appointment as executor or trustee at every oppor tunity. Trustees and executors also who find the duties of their trust too onerous and irksome, or who for any other reason wish to be rid of the re...

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GARDEN NOTES. [HOT WATER FOR STRAWBERRIES [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 6 August 1914

GARDEN NOTES. [HOT WATER-FOB STRAWBERRIES | Writing on May 12, the Paris cor I respondent of a London newspaper I stated.:— Paris is already in the I'.midst of the strawberry season. Straw s berries are seen everywhere in the ; fruit shops and in the restaurants, and j it) seems tliat for years past they had ! not made such an early appearance f on tables in Paris. Perhaps the early abundance of tho fruit is explained by a new discovery, which, is already em ployed by many gardeners, namely, the use of warm water in forcing the plants. The hot water treatment or 'flowers and fruit plants has been in use to a certain extent for the last ten years, but its real advantages, it seems, as regards early fruits were not perceived until last winter. The old method of forcing in hot houses is well-known, but it is an expensive one, and gardeners have been looking for a substitute. It appears now that all that is necessary is simply to pro tect the plants against frost, and to water them from...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAVALRY SKIRMISH. GERMAN AND FRENCH FLEETS ENGAGED. GERMANS DEFEATED NEAR LIEGE. Wednesday, 6.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 6 August 1914

CAVALRY SKIRMISH. GERMAN AND FRENCH FLEETS ENGAGED. GERMANS DEFEATED NEAR LIEGE. Wednesday, 6.45 p. in. Tbe French and German fleets are reported to be in action oil Ham borough head. Authentic reports received from Berlin state that the Germans have crossed the Bussian border at several points. The German cruiser Augsberg is reported by wireless messages to be bombarding Libon, in the province of Yunland. Libon is in flames. The British Admiralty has been able to place the third fleet on a war footing by calling up naval reserves of 200,000 oflicers and men. It is rumored in London that Ger man cruisers were seen in the At lantic. A cavalry skirmish has taken place on the German-Russian fron tier. Twenty Russians were killed. The French have seized a railway truck outside of Paris en route for Germany. The truck contained ^1,600,000 in specie. Lord Morley has resigned from the British Cabinet. Germany has occupied a fortress in Belgium near Party. The Uhlans, German cavalry, near L...

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GREAT BRITAIN DECLARES WAR. NAVAL BATTLE.. Wednesday, 1.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 6 August 1914

GREAT BRITAIN DECLARES WAR. NAVAL BATTLE.. Wednesday, 1.30 p.m. The Prime Minister, Mr Joseph ] Cook, has been notified that Great Britain has declared war against Germany, and he has wired the information to all the State Pre miers. The House of Commons has passed 100,000,000 guineas to the War Office. A strict censorship is being ob served. It is rumoured that R. Garros, the famous airman, has attacked and destroyed a Zeppelin airship operating with the German army j on the frontier. Garros sacrificed his life in the achievement. Reuter's correspondent at Stock holm has received from a reliable source information that a battle took place on Sunday between the Ger man and Russian fleets near Aland Islands, at the entrance to the Gulf of Bothnia. As a result of the en counter, the Russian Fleet was driven back, and took refuge in the GuU of Tinland. The Germans have occupied Aland Islands. The message also states that one of the largest Russian battleships is ashore and cannot be re...

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOME NOTES ON THE SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 6 August 1914

SOME NOTES ON THE SITUATION. [By " Sunshine- Bill/'] For the first time in the memory of the present generation a, war is imminent which will affect .the whole civilised world. The exhor tations of all the churches iti a general appeal to the Almighty to avert the calamity seem' so far. to have failed. Able patriotic states-; mea now realise that the efforts- of years in helping the nations 'over' delicate situations, conceding points here, adjusting . territorial boundaries there, with an eye grown sharp and wary with long vigilance and experience, all have been brought to nought. The.dogs of war have been loosedstarting with the spark of a paltry quarrel between two comparatively small nations of Europe, it has spread so that all the nations of Europe and Asia are involved, and the magni tude of the trouble' staggers the imagination, while its extent and far-reaching consequences only God can foretell. >itting in a fair Australian home, the question arises: How will it affect u...

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2 ENORMOUS WAR GRANT. GERMANS ADVANCING. Thursday, 9.10 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 6 August 1914

2 ENORMOUS WAR GRANT. GERMANS ADVANCING. Thursday, 9.10 a.m. Germany is asking for 350 million pounds from the Beicbstag for war purposes. Italy, Sweden, Bulgaria and the United States have proclaimed their neutrality in the European war. Tt has been ollicially declared that the Germans are at Cissy, near Nancy, on the French frontier, and also at Mais-le-Tour, near Metz. The Germans have occupied the station at Basle. It was announced that Burns, Beauchamp, Harcourt, Simon and Masterman contemplated leaving the British Cabinet, hut the Germans conduct over Uclguim \ltts liad great effect on them. Mr Asquith and Earl Grey, in line speeches, informed Parliament that Germany had refused to give her as surances about Belgium neutrality, except that she would not annex that country. Turpin. the French inventor of melinite, the great French explosive, states that it will annihilate the enemy. Mr Dillon Eedmond, in the House of Commons, said that the Home Eulers and Ulstermen would com bi...

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