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The Man on the Land. Marketing of Fruit. An Important Problem. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

H The Man on the Land. - . A"- ^^•AV'b'tf^'Vi'A-A'A-A-AVA'A-A^ A'*'A V. V.%V V»%* W W VO«A««A* ««• :.j[ -I-.I'I'M r-tfv V'0.A>-O A&$>.'AA 0 OA*.$ A<* 4C ■< Marketing of Fruit. /Jn Important Problem. j A subject of great importance to the fruitgrower, viz., the preparation and'marketing of fruit, was recently dealt with in a paper read by Cap tain Fairley at a meeting of the MittagOng branch of the Agricul tural Bureau. In the course of his remarks, Cap tain Fairley said the results obtained during a long experience here and in other markets showed that too much care and attention could not be focusscd on the subject, the manner in which fruit is packed and the time at which it is transported to market being of vital interest. With increased orchard acreage and keen competition, orchardists found that such care often meant an enormous increase in their returns. If a grower had a brand or a name on his cases, such brand or name should always represe...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
German Deserter. HORSEWHIPP ED BY AN OFFICER [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

German Deserter I HORSEWHIPPeojjy an 0ff|c ■ Great prominence was r(Wmg given in the newspapers .to the atrij vat in New York as a stowav lUc steamship Noo-lerdyis (roni RouJI (turn, of Karl .-v.imU, a deserter tro!J the German Army. 1 Scliulz is ticius detained at island, whence, unless a p'ailanvMo| pist provide:; him with money su dent to cnali> Vim t<> comply the immigration la'.vs ti«; will be ported. He tous':.*. m live banks, 1 instead ot receivini: lite Iron was beaten with a ti.licg whip by; odicer lor K'vin; io;ne cigarettes French prisoner. This incident kjl his determination ti, desert, 'ibiclj he did, together v.i'.n a sergeant. ScUulz wi.s i| .artervd at when the wu ■ -m. Alter ut the Man.'., tne army General vou Ua=".n lo-t Vt,v and at Klieiu.-, aaint tinentin, Arras, SeUuh -.a* ■"••'t to '.•here Ue uk- ' : WW- »* viaught, auit *••«. .wu, a number others capwr-d ..« de-ertew to k\V« "We should . Scbulz said. f.-r tU- fan army was Vi-ani; :.vi 0: men.'...

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

Public Nofice. J. R. C g GENERAL STOREKEEPER AND PRODUCE MERCHANT. Boys/ Youths' and Men's Summer & Winter Goods Drapery, Boots, Clothing, Groceries, Timber, etc. Is now being shown at Very Right Prices. The value of otir<Goods is unsurpassable outside Melbourne. We trust the" public of Korong Vale will spend their money locally, where they can inspect before purchasing. j. R. GREIG, Korong Vale. BORUNQ STORE. O. T. WILLS' Spring Fashion Show, !9l5' New Dress Materials : French and English Serges in navy stripes and new checks. Plain and Fancy Habit Cloth in single dress lengths. A great variety French Flannel, Silk, Muslin, and Voil Blouses. Ladies Sports Coat. Ladies ready to wear Hats. Manchester Department* Flannels, Blankets, Calicoes, Travelling Rugs, Towels, etc# All at before war Prices. An early inspection invited. Grocery Deparment, etc. Is under the management of Mr Rupe Wills and customers will receive every attention. A large and well assorted stock o...

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

Public Notice. dommoiwcaltM^JBank - Hustralta HRAl> OFFICE CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON C*bt« remittances made to. And draft* drawn on foreign pta■ rtir«vt F ofRoiiattii and collected. Letters of credit iiwurd t<> any pari. >f tnr world Banting at.d K&change Ru?ine*« of every devriptu nn opened Int.re*: pud «»n tltrd de|v>*.U Savings Bank Department BRANCHES in Ihe chief centres and AGENCIES at over Post OfHccs Interest rtt + , Minimum ORRA in Australia per annum «>/, ■ /- Deposit -fcOOU and Pnpu;i up to £3Q0 | _ INTERSTATE »nd INTERNATIONAL Sftviofrs lianfc Kacilitir* I JAMES KH.U Pn'^tr Q<"«nict ms PKHH >N MILIEU <»iyr»rw«r £ Support Your District Paper, the "NORTHERN DISTRICT STANDARD," Published Every Thursday Afternoon. - HOW ? You Can Help if in a Number or Different Wavs Firstly— By placiug your name with us as a Subscriber, and paying your subscription in advance By doing this you will not only read the ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Ladies' Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

Ladies' Letter. That most cuuscr. ative o: tions, til'J balik, -::.ts upcLtii 'it* ti sive chambers to wuiat-a tiupiov-s" the same fuoti.'i:; as to ::.vu, w":' lady bank clerk a iiiciur in -- every bank ia As the days go OU, • J ' the lemale taafc. u!vrk v,i;; ^; way further and mrih-r i.v.j: -- ing houses of the wwii, as.' •; </«■ terestiug to observe i. tit tion works j:. Oi course, tii-■ to the l'acl ::.a'. .-u are away fighti;., !ur $iie5r' try, and at first i: : as a possible hardship to lis ~{: return. But, as a aiie ~j, marked on this pverv ;\-.v ; who have played thv uliligeroUi ; exciting game o: -vi;: want to stand bu.'iii: i a. cuuaiizs c again, and they \vi.l «&:■: portuuities o: making tfcei: livi:; c the land and i:; cihor dim-:::-: though the employment o: cierks is a!ino>t lik- making 2 ■ of necessity, it is nut actually : the managers <n va::^ :•:* banks have ^he:: \n:;ulki[ci monv of the s^irl civr!-:? ^rUrri • ciency and intelU^:;:...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Millet Seed, etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

MiHot Sooi, etc. Japanese Millet Seed, dry threshed, highest germinating quality, at 3.Jd per lb.; also hand picked Ambercane Seeds of true, solid, sweet variety, at 4d per lb., ca* be got fiom Hawthorne Bros., Kcrung.

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Points in Passing. Written Specially for the "Northern District Standard") [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

Points in Passing. Written Specially for the "Northern District.Standard ") j The unexpected death of Mr 1. Cohen lias come as a crushing blow to [ I the Labor socialistic movement in Vic j toria, and one of that body gauged the feeling of the J.ahor organisations when he said thru strong men of Mr Cohen's type were needed in their ranks at this juncture in their history The future of the Labor-Socialistic party is far from bright, al the present time. The old party cries have, alas, been varied too often durinir the process of the present war, and the party has often had to back.down and bow to the inevitable. Nothing perhaps has in jure! the party so much in the public eye as the unfortunate Kntz resolution, and which is still a party cry amongst extremists. The seriousness and near ness of the war should have been suf ficient to bury, during its progress, all party issues, and the Federal Premier (Mr Hughes) has given a fine example of his own loyalty in ad ministering such well-...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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KORONG VALE BRASS BAND ON THE BRINK OF OBLIVION PUBLIC TO THE RESCUE [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

KORONG VALE BRASS BAND ON THH BRINK OF OBLIVION PUBLIC TO THf{ RT'SCUK The circumstances surrounding the present position :iml future life of the Korong Vale Brass Band, depicted in our last issue, under went a reassuring change as a re sult of the public meeting held on Monday r.ight. The meeting, which was presided over by Mr W. M'Nicol. was most enthusiastic in its determination to keep the old band, which had triumphantly sur vived the vicissitudes of 27 years, going. The meeting had faith in the public spirit of residents, and the generosity of. well-wishers out side to believe that sufficient finan cial support will be forthcoming to rescue the band from its present embarassment and ensure it a thri ving passage through the future. The balance sheet, read at the meet ing, showed the band to have fallen behind to the extent of ^18, but this was subsequently reduced to by donations given in the room. . The first business dealt with" was the resignation of the bandmaster, Mr H. H...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS arc intended especially for stomach troubles, biliousness and constipation, and have met with great success in the treatment of these diseases. People who have been sufTerers for years from stomach troubles have obtained per manent .'relief by the use of Chamber lain's Tablets. Chronic constipation may beHpermanently relieved by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets. "They are the most agreeable of laxatives when the proper dose is taken.—Sold by all stores, Hoort and Quambatook. Public Notice. MISS M. ODGERS, Piano . Organ . Harmony, Resumes Tuition 2-1th Jan., 191(1. Lake View Street, Boort. Write to this Address—: T. A. G A AVNE. Chemist, Boort. FOR PRESCRIPTION DISPENSING FAMILY MEDICINES DRUGS AND CHEMICALS: VETERINARY GO->DS DRUGGISTS' .-UNDRIES ENEMAS. TRUSSES, Ac., of nil kind W. MXAREN. Building Contractor, Carpenter, &c, W11II.K thanking the residents of Boml :inil District for past favor* hop* s by careful attention to business and reliable wor...

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

KORONC VALE NEWS Wedding Bells The marriage of Mr Andrew Gray, son of Mr J. Gray, Boning, to Miss Einily Gaincy, daughter of Mr J. 1). Gaincy. Korong Vale, was recently quietly celebrated at St. Paul's church. Bendigo, by. Rev. Dean M'Cullagh. M isses Grace and Elsie Gray (sisters of • the bride groom) and Miss Lizzie Gaincy (sis ter.of bride) aefed as bridesmaids, while Mr J. Gray (brother) officiated as best man. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a trained gown of cream Pailelta silk, trimmed in lacc and pearl. She wore a wreath and veil and carried a bouquet of white water lillies and ferns. Her travelling dress was of mole eolored Mcrv silk, trimmed in sapc blue and black silk, and hat finished with white ostrich feathers. The bridesmaid's wore white silk dresses, with pinafore of lacc, and pretty silk hats to match, while they carried bouquets of poppies, pale pink "roses and fern. .The wedding breakfast was held at Hey wood's Coffee Palace, and the honeymoon sp...

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

■public Notice. OUR w Showing Spring Dross Goods the nost charmin g -v,ai2ii out'for fashionable Hobos. These will prove 1 u.mll work'-" ... Spring . . :.. VVlr'.lU^ IL £-:3 ,;''W^e"W',10 ,-ills In Spring Millinery the styles are ?'r.0,«ry^> ,r,c'0fulln«ss as beoometh the spring season. • '.u* a rt.ws to itself, and this spriti" yon should -jjy i? rj.L'^:ivT We extend an inviution to yon. y,isS Cameron, the house of fashion, boort liMERClAL 'HOTEL, '' BOORT. I-,- \\'W Management. E i.EAI))NT, HOSTELRY IN THE NORTH. •! ^ Travellers' Authorised Home. I • First-clabs, and al! Liquors of the w Leaning Brands. Excellent Stabling for Horses. J. DALGLEISH, Proprietor. I u,«rits01 Wsteriiai) are Die necessities ol To*" Lort Motor Garage FORDS! FORDS! F0R0S! ■0?- ci >;iC?. ? 'U" . , r District's of Boort, Lake NUmul. Barraport, &> ' .^(J oJ-nvin cannot be delivered before March. F aroor your^ow" horn." jrpMBSro ••:7Vn^^?/t0N«an"ry.y'M«d per hollr |': RliSO UP Mo- 16 s. D...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Merely Mary Ann. THE SOLDIERS' SWEETHEART. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

Merely Mary Ann. THE SOLDIERS' SWEETHEART. An Australian soldier writes from Taunton. England:—"We were enter tained by the Canoii at the Vicarage, of St. Mary's. He gave us tea 011 the lawn and we made eyes at his servant girls through the windows." Though peeresses with coronets Have made Australian boys their pets, One gunner up at Taunton bets As heavy as 1:0 can That they who bring their pearly bloom From Madam Someone's beautv-room Not half as brightly light the g|oom As lovely Mary Ann. His taste in damsels lias eschewed The brilliant Lady Ermyntrude, And though he stands confessed a rude And uninstructed man, Ho says, "I want no powder-puff And foatuv lingerie and fluff, The Colonel bettor snap that stuff And leave me Mary Ann." Now Janie from Jerllderie, ■Who wept from breakfast-time to tea For someone fighting oversea, Her fainting hopes may fan; Sho'd read that noble ladies there Wirti loads of diamonds in tbeir hair Beset him, but she doesn't care For merely Mary Ann. We...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Duration of War. AMERICAN OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

Duration of War. AMERICAN OPINION. The New York 'Tribune," in n lengthy editorial article on the prob able duration of the war, undoubted ly expresses American public senti ment when it concludes: Fortunate ly for France and' Great Britain, and for the world, as the "Tribune" be lieves, the perils of a complete Ger man success has been disposed of. Franco. Russia and Great Britain keep the field with growing power and unshaken will. The blood tax on Germany has begun to tell. The British naval noose has been drawn to suffocation. The German advance has terminated in the East and in the West. Only in tlie Balkans is there any progress. All doubt as to the outcome of the war as a military problem has passed. Such doubt as there must have been as to the en durance and will of the Allies has diminished in face of recent evidence, of which the Paris Conference is but one detail. But a war of one or perhaps two years more seems abso lutely inevitable, for peace is impos sible while those ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Bulletin Change. MR. EDMOND'S RETIREMENT. JOURNALISM'S LOSS. A BRILLIANT RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

Bulletin Change. MR. EDMOND'S RETIREMENT. JOURNALISM'S LOSS. A BRILLIANT RECORD. Fate lays n heavy hand on super journalists. It has laid a heavy hand on James Edmond, editor of the brilliant and audacious weekly, the Sydney "Bulletin," just as it did upcu his brilliant predecessor, .T. F. Archibald. Twelve months ago the clutches of its fingers on his sleeve would not be denied. They plucked him away from the work he loved so well, and forced him to a holiday. That holiday ended a week or so ago, and Mr. Edmoml, Ms health still un repaired, severed his editorial connec tion with the "Bulletin," although ho will still romain one of its four direc tors. With a logic driven with the ham mer of a T-hor, a pen for which the description inspired is 110 mere hyper bole, an individuality that forced it self into men's minds as steel works clay, with a capacity for work that seemed infinite, and with an ency clopaedic range of information, he awoke in Young Australia a national consciousnes...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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V.R.U. ANNUAL SOCIAL Australian War Policy Defended "NOTHING ELSE COUNTS" FOOD PRICES AND RAILWAY DISMISSALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

V.R.U. ANNUAL SOCIAL Australip^^War Policy Defended "nothinc, klsk coun ts" FOOD PRICKS AND RAILWAY • DISMISSALS. The Korong' Vale branch of the V.R'U., held its anniversary social on Thursday -night. As was to be expected the attendance was not as large as usual, but there was nevcr thless a goodly muster and the function proved to be t|uitc a suc cessful social affair. Mr W. Cham berlain, president of the branch, occ upicd the chair, and with him at the head table were Senator Findlcy, Messrs E. J. Hogan,. M.L.A., and . Morrissc3\ union president.' Ap ologies were read from Mr A. dray, M.L.A., and Mr Frank Ilyctt. Tlie catering for the social was carried out by Mrs Allen in a manner that upheld the well known reputation of that lady in the art. The arrange ments were all of a smooth and agreeable character, which reflected credit upon those responsible for its management, while the vocal talent engaged for the evening was espec ially pleasing. Proceedings opened with the toast" of...

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

Public Notice. Under New Management. iCULLY'S HOTEL. KORONK. VALE, J. J. JEWELL, Licensee. Nerthe c.ireful management of the above, ihe public ,-qiredol" every attention ; ample accommodation; ^-^31 re.isonable rates ; the (lining room is well ap '\Xfl- civilitv and attention is the first order of the : nlca's 011 arr'va' °f a" trains. First-class Billiard Room. r-ce ;t.iiilin^ ; attentive groom. Best ales, wines, and spirits kept in stock. SOMETHING BIG ;<:s i"I moii'.-v s iving opportunities awaits everybody who visits our CASH CLEARANCE summer . Sale! WHICH hmenees Saturday, 12th February. FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY. <5 r\l k ua exceptional opportunity, and should appeal to every fc: t:vcr in tbvss times. * AU Hues bave considerably advanced in lib; aarkvtj, and still going bibber; nevertheless, we intend, as xs&ir the bilanccof otir Summer Goods at prices, in many cases, :£s:r-r-rn*. co>:. Therefore, wc would strongly advise our many jsei pitrcr.s io pur...

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The Rabbit Pest [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

The Rabbit Pest An interesting discussion took place on tiie rabbit pest question at the last meeting of the Korong Shire Council, when it was proposed to be represented at a conference which was to suggest necessary am mendments to the present Act. Cr O'Brien said that wherever there was Crown land there was trouble, and it would be found that the pest, thinned by the drought, would be as plentiful as ever in this district in twelve mouths time. In Southern portions of the State, notwith standing the elaborate government scheme, the place was still overrun with rabbits. They should assist in devising a better system, one that would be more useful and workable, lie knew an area of Crown land which was a rabbit warren and 110 steps had been taken to eradicate them. Cr White thought that the system of destruction as well as the drought had a lot to do with the disappearance of the rabbit locally. In sojue of the districts it was only recently that the rabbits got a hold; and only rece...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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A Personal Note. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

A Personal Note. Dear Patrons, All Accounts to 31st December, 1915, and .'list January, WIG, have been issued, and prompt settlement is desired Owing to the war and the drought. we did not press for payment during the past twelve months, recognising the financial difficulties the far mers and producers, and business men generally had to face: but we are now looking for a good Te snonse to the accounts sent out. The cost of paper and material has greatly increased, not to speak of the increase in wages, during the past twelve months, and the in crease will be greater during the current year. Although the amounts owing in many instances are not large to the individual, the total represents a big s'lm to us, and wo will be grateful if set tlements are made promptly. Yours respectfully, A. W. HINDER, Proprietor. I I'

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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LEAP YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

LEAP YEAH. They stood upon a cliff that fell With brown wall steep and bare; To save his life he coulil not tell How she had got him there. Tho maid was 40, she was slight— Not of the sort was she Bad men lead through the mystic niglit To gaze upon the sea. But there they stood upon tho cliff. She took liis manly hand, l'oor chap, he tried to look as if Me did not understand. She said how lonely lie must be— And she was lonely, too, She held him tight He felt that he Must see the matter through. " 'Tis nineteen-sixteen now," she said; "You know the meaning, dear?" He dumbly shook his ginger head; Ho felt llie end was near. She sighed and murmured: "Won't you sit?" His heart with anguish thumped. " 'Tis Leap Year, Willie, Isn't It?" "It is," lie said—and jumped! —"Billy T." In tlio "Bulletin." How Is this for a champion family man or a nation builder? A ninety four-yoar-old. citizen of Springfield, U.S.A., the father of forty-ono chil dren, lias lately made his fourth mat rimonial pl...

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KORONG SHIRE COUNCIL The Monthly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 24 February 1916

KORONG SHIRE COUNCll The Monthly Meeting, I The i;v,;y . Koroni; iSiiin ('•;■. i ... |.■■ 1". 1'rcscir. i . ,i | n j., ' V Or;.v, K. Af.-ir-v, -t |. u- J- ' ' J Kelly, A. 11. V. 1 ■i (':• <n: apology A| •:r, ;-.,i (Cr .1. .IoIiik voted to the ch i:, Correspondence. l-'r;"» A. C, : l; ''I'r'yi f; «la«Khtcni!y lic<-i;.v «t 1: >r.„u., ,•,, ■ clrcis as >1 Til..;,:j: . . "| plicati'iii he Ul'ilt'.t! .i. - ( V :,.,j From Cr A. t.r-.y, p\iu , ; . | mission l<> rn.v u- .1 ^ proj.crt v :i>. \Vu „ fi c'... . plale.l I'lvc! in- .i niction of Cr, Wi.r:,- «i:,j Itpplil'lktioll >v.v engintei'.-. np;.r.>i.i'. From Bris Itfio C"-, e:r, -r of • ,m Uniting .b- tiwr.cutu?^,,* ,..J j testing against th I public m»!K-v tnvu/.i-.i ,n i}-.. m I oil the P.uliai'.i- ;r. u\ jmry\}'r.-jr..'ij • Cr Wlul.- thv>u'„i np-iife, jj . curiVil \l:w ju-:itk<i t:: tiit* sr.,-- ■, .1 eduestion.il v ili;.- ,i, I., 1;,^, ro-jn-.- 1 Oippshmd. Cr An-iKw , iv«-l...

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