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LET'S BE CHEERY! [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 17 February 1916

LET'S BE CHEERY! Come! Let's be cheery! I am a-weary 01 sorrow. To-morrow will caro .[or our groans. k Let us sing gladness; • Brooding Is madness. Break tether! Fair weather has crept in my bones. Work? It can spare us! Fauns and nymphs dare us To drop It, to stop it, to come out and play. Tears? We can dry 'em! Come, lot's defy 'em! rhis sadness is gladness that's strayed from the way! Your spirit is broken? 'Twere better unspoken! ro mend it just lend it a day 'neatli the sky. Ho! Let's begin singing, Pan's reed-pipes are ringing, \ro calling, enthralling with laugh ter. . . . Let's fly! —Edward Hope. When a young widow begins tw Lake the advice of a man 6erlously, it Is a sure sign that she is willing to let him fill the shoes of the late la mented.

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Irish Mother. GIVES TEN SONS TO HER COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 17 February 1916

An Irish Mother. GIVES TEN SONS TO HER COUNTRY. The mother's record in this war is held by Mrs. Mary Fury, of Lougtorea, County Gahvay, Ireland. She has giv en 10 sons to the British Army. Five are dead in Franco. One lies in a hospital recovering from wounds. One is a prisoner in Germany. One re mains fighting, anil another is nursins a right arm shattered by a bullet. This is not all of Mrs. Fury's light ing family. She has a daughter, Mrs. Mary Cosey, Romford (Eng.). Mrs. Cosey's husband is one of- Romford's 2000 fighting men at the front. Sev eral weeks ago Mrs. Cosey supported her largo family of small children with the aid of two brothers-in-law. Now they have gone to war, and s_ho is struggling on alone.

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Why the War Keeps on [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 17 February 1916

Why the War Keeps on By Sir James Yosall, M.P. Sir James Yoxall, M.P., wrlteB an Interesting article. After referring to tho time occupied in various wars, ho gives tho following quotation from Bacon:— "Ho that commands the sea Is at great liberty, and may take as mucli or as little of tho war as he will. Whereas those that be strongest by land are many times in great straits." Then iio adds. Sixty year3 after wards, Louis XIV. found that to be true; a hundred years more, ar.d Na poleon found it truo; now, a century later, Wilhelm II. is finding it truo— oven in tho Baltic. It will always bo true, but so In fatuate were the German vanity and cocksurenoss a year ago that even yet they will not confess it to be true. Thoy now know that thojt cannot win, but they will not yet con sent to think that they can be beaten. Therefore they play the military fool. Military sagacity suggests that their one thing to do is shorten their lines and stand on Uio defence; instead of that, they have l...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Stress of Conflict. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 17 February 1916

Stross of Conflict. There ran be no reasonable douht now that Germar-y is feeline most ac curately tho stress of the conflict. The organisation nnd equinmont of tin; Allied forces, the strong positions they occupy, together with the immense monetary resources ;it their disposal, have made the Kaiser and his lords pause nnd think. It is quite evident that the German money market is strained In the breaking point, whilst British and Colonial loans have been over-sub scribed. Afi a Htublxirn and gigantic force Germany has undoubtedly reached the summit of her power. The (lower of her army tins already fallen in battle, while many of her soldiers are such as would not be employed in the the ranks of the Allied armies Num bers are bound to count in thoBtruggle, but only when they are able-bodied, fit, and in good heart. Perhaps the most pathetic feature in the enemy's struggle with the Allies i« her employment of mere boys in her ranks. It goes with out saying that this element will prov...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEATIAN Wheat Delivery. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 17 February 1916

MEATIAN Whoat Dotfvcry. Tho yard*! hI tho railwiv rvrn almost filVd with tn^H of wh'\'it. which still pnnrlns; in. Oi»ini»to tho dryness of th-'^iMson th«» irrim worths cw'ri'l^r :\hty liRhtnr ttmn in normal y^arn. It hn«i nok the *.\mo hodv n.« moist. w«»lJ. filled of wr^FO'Jsnns. En Jtstrncj. Mr IVter Alox^ndor ffcho lot:;U sehonl nvuf.crO and Mohotm Franl< Fi»;tchcri Willirtin Denton, and FrunV Chnmbont avo nil »«nUst'n'» Thov ar* *vH vo.ry voun^. Tho Cotd Snap. Wo h'ivf: n^hui t.ikon to in the h in-jo. ['. tn-i-f bo n i irori-ic to the fikint tn-.irtivl pr in).' whi \vrr» <lmvlinc tho hem of tho . Mallco -Serpent. Mr C Kemp foun ' :i mulled Horpent, which ho c<timttwl mni', hnv.; hoon fully 18ft. Inns, "n hi1* fnnu nt Mentinn. It w roil»'l up unruly wslcep. <vvl thn top rin',' iif him st-in'l nbout tho hfii^ht of an nri'iti irv ?.:vhl>\ Mr Kemp did not ibont it-. Thfv n.r>- «,ii I to hft h'lriiilosv.

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
London Letter. Carmelite House, London, Saturday, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 17 February 1916

London Letter. • -Carmelite House, London, Saturday, January 1. London spent a quiet Christmas. The weatiier was stormy, and there was much rain. Largo numbers of soldiers arrived from the front, and everything possible was done to give them all a good time. They were met and welcomed by friendly folk on leaving the trains at Victoria. Thou sands of families begged the honor of having some soldiers as their Christ mas guests. Householders waited at the railway station until they saw a man who seemed to be friendless, and then begged him to share their Christ inas turkey. Canadians, Australians, New Zealanders, and wounded men were the favorites, and any lad from the Dominions who spent a lonely Christmas in London must -have been a very rare exception. I did not hear of one case. Some of the clubs iir ranged special entertainments for the soldiers; the Australians had a festi val of their own at the Motel Cecil; Drurv Lane had a special advance performance for wounded men; and peopl...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 17 February 1916

Public Notice. WANTED — A Hoy to learn the Printing trade. Apply The .Manager, "Standard," HoorL WANTED, an Apprentice Apply Miss A Cameron, milliner and Dressmaker. I'oort. For Sale. \ J.A.P. MOTOR CYCLE, G hp., r\ twin cylinder, in perfect order. Any trial Riven. Boort Hoot Emporium. For Sale. . t 1IORNSBY (kerosene) Oil En /V K',1'\ 3'A b.p. Nearly new. In thorough order ; .£52 10s eash. Anplv A W. KINDKR, 8 Cowdcroy-sireet, St. Kilda. l'.S.—Any A^ent effecting a kuIo will receive 5 p.;r cent. commission. To Let by Tender. Karong Valo Business Opportunity. rpHE late "Lance" Office is to l«t 1 by Tender. The premises are commodious mid are situated in the main thoroughfare of Korong Vale. They are certainly most suitable for business premises. Apply, stating occu pation, to The Sandhurst Trustees Agency, View Street, licndigo. A. W. RIN'DEii, l'lopriet-.r. Korong Vale Brass Band. 4 I'UUIA'.: MEETING wi'i be held /\ in the Mechanic" Institute on Monday Evening Next, at 8 p.m , to c...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 17 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 medj- ( cine ran be obtained- Chamberlain's i Colic or Diarrhoea Remedy gives imme diate relief, and it seldom takes more Uiau a couple of doses to completely check the attack . — Sold by all stores, Boort and Quambatook. I Public Notice. J.-J- OGBULtN. SURGEON DENTIST MEDICAL HAIjIj, CHaULTON. Will visit IioOJtT every SALE 1>,\Y nn.I may be enquired Ht Conmierciil Hotel. Mr .)..(■ Unburn winhcR to bring spec. Hilly under notico tbnt ho will vinit pi>i <onnlly, Hint tliftt .ill work done by him I will be in nccorilni.ro with iho latest, him tnost Kuibntitie principle!) adopted inKug ] md und America, and that a perfect tit J and every Hiitisfncti>w i« t,''>nritiityed. Teclb ?xtrnctcd|)iun!fW3ly under Soiuno (oniio, or with local anu-'HlhetiCH. btuniio formo in the and moNt infill Of all ant) M belies...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. For the benefit of subscribers and others we publish the numbers at the Boort exchange:— [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 17 February 1916

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. tlio bonefit of nulMcribers iin<l others ivo imhlish t in- numbers »l. Mi' Unort I'xclmii"!' : — No. 1—.1. Wimgli if—l)r WobHtor 4—Mutter i'lictary 5—W. II. Kliiott 0—Wingfield and Shi 7— Exchange Lintel 9-J. Weaver 10—CcutU Bros. 11 — Stamford 12— C. I r ISi-G. Hin !.son 11 — -\mlro\VH Itros. 15— Mlg Mend 10—S. D. Mrnton 17— S. G. Uey 18—.1. Dalgiuish 19—J. .1. Grncc 20—Jus. Kirk. 21 -George Wilson. 22—0. D■ (iridium. 2!!—Railway Station 21—A. Iioruc Smith 25 —Railway Iloto' (.1. W. Clements) 20 - Jnmcs Cameron 20 —Miss Caiueion 27—Geo It. Kirklmn'i 28.- '1\ A. Gnu-no 2!»- It. Davcy

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District News. WEDDERBURN. A Call Sustained. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 17 February 1916

District News. WEDDERBURN. A Call Sustained. Mr lUw.tM Jo iin wtfi .11 tho l:t*t mrKtng of liio f.i rvli^o PivsKylory t d on on tri.i's f^r-li-r.is » riri'l hi* triJp )ic w.i'i d:iiy hy the iVu.sbylory v» i s M:3t-;blv •» bv t!io acliim inu-l- r/.j.-- -- Rev. J, Ci'<joks!oii At tlio $ :ii- -u:vz •» c ;!l to Wi.llci buvn t-> NFr .l.v.rs wis susi'tiiu'il. and i'l.'lcv 1 in Ml* .1 M A'iii h hi; :H'w\'i»r W-- Vi< i) n? beoo-m* fin1:': if:r; bt»in^ f*»r *>vt»r ;i y-Mr :i ll'j1:; - t'h stifon? pi** ii■] A»V\-Mc;)/ur:i in L--0 pjr jmnutii, with i ?iMtwo iui«l all mtos aij'l Ij'jrwo ir-*-.]. Titc Prvsbyicrv c-»r» ^tiUiiUted thcJi «v'' it-' i.u'm ti-m to ori.e •••• •: >» i-t lining jiurisb.

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Wednesday's Evidence. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 17 February 1916

Wednesday's Evldanco. I 3;Kr Jones: He had never laid cr.a'.sal charge against any :'it :rfendants. He was attend cctiTt nndcr subpceua from :sCt:*n. i-Vi Oakley Parker deposed was a law clerk in the era Uzxi ci Messrs Kirkby and sc'.ir.ors, B„-::di.:o. Witness s&itt BenijiRO. He knew the it-iat, Da he knew him for sr. j'uu \ He remembered ^-E : convention with Day lenber or October, 1912 ; t*a a sale day. Witness was iiv.:; x. the Quatabalook hotel, ?-3ij isiii, 'Verne here, Parker. >J=". to have a word with you." waited (,ver to the post itU-ce, an' wheu he got there I want to have a chat! ■,is b.t'.virvn ourselves ; taatter." Witness Li-.y, ''What i'.u you want?" a::. "I hail sonic land of • i-i'e :-t L3 l's per acre. Dtiaiia ba.v rae (Day) if it'ey sold the land !• halve the commission." (.5vr fur the land at acre, and to see if Penno s.ttpt L'J 2«. 6-1. and they |:: sr-iit the 2s an acre be Day wired Pernio ask v.\u!r. accept thai amount, .j stating that he would D.4...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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BORUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 17 February 1916

borung. I 8-riper M. Snsfiol!:i was homo rocently for ft wock end. Although iic bus been | in camp n, very short timo, ho exjnsifo t*> tea re for the front shortly, lfo c virion t-jy nndorstrindfl hin work well. Mr Kmrst Hurtrop nn ox-pupi) of the local school, in now a ^trident- in the Mel bourne TTi^h School. His riany friend* find nchooltnaten join in xvishinp him h bright arid prosn^rous c treer. "Whoul 'is Ktill crmiin^ alone; t" the Rtntion in l:irf»o qn>nti*irt^.

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BARRAPORT. Red Cross Society. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 17 February 1916

BARRAPORT. Red Cross Society. Tiic monthly iD'-.t.-iins; of tho Uttmpjri lied Cr>xw Society wi» h I<1 0:1 1-Y bi u n y 3r i. Mre Challt iuv v (v.oo-jir.'siJe.n) O'ciipip'l t)if> cli'iir- T!ici<> >vcr>; 11 present. The h:irvv'. ii .•< !>:_• (.:i n lon^ On *, un.l thtT'I il.l- ri..< very itj 111:11 ap tio time for Hew!the uirm hut llii' n.ici't;> hi< (<i Send ij'iim t!iin;4 imuy <■ i fj mo'itli. A 1 uit whs r-T.-ivod friVit tin- Y.M.O. A., k. kin;: 11 '•••niti->-» t.(,v.ir their work fi'oon^ the soldiers, md it. iv-t* deei in I i .> fl.'llil £'>. Il «!•> i>rVI'l'i l I h >M .1 <j 'Ctil cloning, i»t » ■ 1 I! - ; J he lii.'.l lie\! ; iiI'.'cM'iik, fur ''"f ;r[ijs_> .if Money f-jr the K"d (Yih-; fund-*. i'li.; {.iHowin^ urtuvud h.i.i- bo11 s-nu .iway thi* ti.3Uth : —Si.\ !1»int<■'- shirt a, huot J.-i.-i'.s, nine p.iirs s >.Iis, tifty tlnee pi 1 o\...

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Wheat Ready Reckoner. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

Wheat Ready Reckoner. The following vhovs ul a glance how fanners may arrive at the number of bushels (if wheat contained in a given loiul:— One cwt equals 1 bushel ;">2 Hi Two cwt equals 3 bushels 44 lbs Three cwt equals 5 busbo s 3ti l-s. Four cwt equals 7 bushels AS lbs Five ewt equals 'J bushels 20 His Six' cwt equals IX bus'l. 1 12 lbs. - Seven cwt iquals 18 bushels 4 lbs Eight cwt equals 1<1 bushels 5t> los Nine cwt equals 10 bushels 48 lb Ten cwt equals 18 bushels 40 lbs Eleven cwt equals 20 bushel 112 lbs Twelve cwt equals 22 bushels 24 lbs Thritecn cwt equals 24 bushels 10 lbs Fourteen cwt equals 26 bushels ft lbs Fifteen cwt equals 28 bushels Sixteen cwt equals 2'J bushels 52 lbs Seventeen cwt equals :S1 bushels 44lbs Eighteen cwt equals 33 bushels 36 lbs Nineteen cwt equals 35 bushels 28II> One ton equals 37 bushels 20 lbs Two tons equal 74 bushels 40 lbs Three tons equal 112 bushels Four tons equal 14'J bushels 20 lbs Five'tons equal 186 bushels 40 I ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

ATTACK SUDDENLY. I 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 I hamberlain's Colic or Diarrhoea Kemedy cives imme diate relief, and it seldom takes more than a couple of doses to completely check the attack . — Sold by all stores, Boort and Quambatook. Piiblir iNnticc. •J-J OGBURN, 1 SURGEON DENTIst MEDICAL DAM,, UiAULTox, Will visit IIOOKT wry S,\T,].; anil iu»y be c<>tu,uUt-d si Dabkjj. Commercial IIoKl. '' Mr J. J . Ogbiirn wi.shci to brin,. S,P(> tally under notice tlmt |iu Hj)i v^t tonally, and that nil work tli.im I. will bu in accovdai.ee with ihe most Kiiicntiiic principles tulopieJ ini-v/'. Wild antl AiiiCric-i, and that a j«rf «nd every mitUf action w j- \ ~ Teethzxtrnctcdp:»:ti;«.-sslym,t-r ^ torinc, or with h>c.tl •.u>-<:.-.tl>e,.i<>. f jlUJC is the best, sale*!, *uU ,vi'i ul all muthUit'tics y...

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TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. For the benefit of subscribers and others we publish the numbers at the Boort exchange:— [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE Kor tlio bonofU others wu publish Itoort oxelinnjjc : — of gubncribors nml the numbers ill/ the No. 1—J. Wfiugli :1—Dr Webster 4-1 Sutter Factory 5-W. II. Klliott 0 —\Yin<;liold and Son 7—Exchange Hotel U-J. Weaver 1(1—ClUlt'4 Hl'OH. 11— Standard 12—C. IV.r lit— G. Hiivtaon 14—Andrews ISrus. 15—Mrs Mead 10—S. D. >traton 17—S. G. Lacy 18—J. Dalgleish 19—J. J. Grace 20—Jus. Kirk. 21 -George Wilson. 22—G. D. I! ruhtim. 23 — Railway Station 24—A. I<orne Smith 25 — llailway Hotel (J. W. Clements) 20- James Cameron 2(5—Mihsi Cameron 27—Geo H. Kirkham 28.—T. A. Guwne 2'J—It. Davey

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

HAS WON CONFIDENCE. Cough medicines containing opium or other narcotics give only temporary relief. oncc 'he 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, allays coughing by healing the inflamed air passages. You don't need a long course of treatment for a cough when you usl- Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. The first dose gives relief and if taken according to directions the cold will have disap peaied in a couple of days.--Sold bv all stores, Boort and Quambatook Public Notice. MONEY. \\T E have ft largo amount of Money TO ' » LEND at lowest current rates in largo and small sums oil FREEHOLD, and on LEASEHOLD and MALLEE LANDS for twin of 2, 4, 5, or 7 years with the option of reducing prinoipal if required. Full particulars and all information from McEVOY & CO., 54 Market St., Melbourne. MOTOR GARS FOR HIRE. TURPIE &~GILLESPIE, Motor Mechanics, Inglewood, EEtJ t...

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SEED WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

SEED WHEAT. judging by the remarks of a wheat-grower lately, there is slill an fhipression among growers that a change of seed is very destreable each year. The experience of trained observers is opposed to this, and strongly affirms the principle that wheat needs acclimatising. The matter has been tested at seed stations, and it has been proved without doubt that acclimatised seed will alwajs beat new seed of •the-same variety from another dis trict. To take an extreme case (says "Hickory" in the "Aus tralasian"), f have watched tluough three seasons wheats at Dookie introduced from the. con tinent of Kurope. Though not of great prom'se yet, these wheats have steadily improved from season to season. Again, the Saskatche wan wheal, Marquis, which won the big prize at Chicago a few years ago, wlieu first grown in Victoria did not promise to yield well ; and this season a 10-bag crcp of this variety is reported. There may be little difference between two places in the north of the Sta...

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London Letter. Carmelite House, London, January 8, 19106. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

London Letter. Carmelite House, London, January S, 1010. Tlie New Year opened with a. heavy sto;'n\ followed two (lays later by a short visit of spring-like weather. A tremendous gale blew up on Old Year's Eve and the opening of the New Year was marked by wrecks and destruc tion around many parts of the coast. In some places the telephone and tele graph wires were blown down, isolat ing whole communities, 'lhe damage done to merchant ships at sea was serious. The storm dropped quickly on Saturday, and on Monday the "weather in London was as near per fection as anything could he. The sun was shining all day and tho air. was that of a line May morning, soft and caressing. It was the kind of day that brought everyone who could get out into the streets, and those ^ of us. forced by our work to remain over our desks, looked out wistfully and long ingly into the open. Such weather was, of course, too good to last, but even a few hours of it were delightful. May those first three days of t...

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NEWS FROM THE FRONT CORPORAL J. P. RYAN [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

NEWS FROM THE FRONT CORPORAL J. P. RYAN • In a letter written at Christmas time from the Greek hospital, Alex andria, Corporal J. P. Ryan states: We had two nice, big Christinas trees, laden with presents for us. I got a nice silver tobacco case and knife. We had a grand concert and feast in the evening, at which we a'rl enjoyed ourselves. Then we got a big Australian bag of things from the Red Cross, so we fared pretty well. I suppose you have heard of the evacuation of the Pen insula ; it was terrible to have to do thai after sacriiicing so many lives. We are having lovely weather here to what we had at Gallipoli. Some of the most beautiful sights ever to be seen and some of the oldest places in the world are to be seen here, while some of the natives are only half civilised. It does'nt take one long to speak dilVerent languag es here. Arabic, French, Greek, Italian and several other languages are spoken, but not so important as these four. They are easy to talk but hard to write....

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