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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 9 March 1916

Public Notice. J- J OGBURN, SURGEON DENTIST MEDICAL HALL, CHARLTON, Will visit ROORT evory SALT? DAY nn<l may bo consulted nt Dalglcish', Commercial TIote]. Mr J. J. Ogtini-n wishes to hrin" spec, filly under notico tlmt lio will visit per sonally, and that all work dnnn bv hitn will bo in accordanco with tho'latest, and moRt scientific principles adopted inTCn!? l uid and Aniorica, and that .1 perfect fit and every satisfaction in dunrantced. Teeth axtractod painlessly under Sorano fornie, or with local anicsthctics. Somno forme is the best, safest, and most rapid of nil ansesthetics yet known, and enables him to extract teeth absolutely without pain. The regulation of children's teeth especially attended to. Mr Ocburn undertakes to make plates and execute all classes of denta work on the most up-to date principle!!. Next Vist—Bo'-rt, Jan. 23th ; Quam batook, Jan. 27th. Boort, Friday, Mar. 24 At M'Ncill's Coffee Palace. TEETH. TEETH. TEETH. The SCARCITY of DENTAL SUPPLIE...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PARIS APACHE. A RASCALLY DECADENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 9 March 1916

THE PARIS APACHE. A A IIASCALLY DECADENT. The French "apache" is a decadent, In whom the usual artistry of deca dence has been supplanted by an in satiable de.sire for self-glorification of a vile and bloodthirsty kind. Fre quently the crimes which he commits are not for mere booty, but are due to a desire to shine in the eyes, ot his lady-love, whose nllection will be in a reciprocal ratio to the number of scalps taken by her gallant. A good instance of this was the sensa tion caused some years ago by "Cas que d'or," a lady of poetic appella tion but unpleasant features, for whom one of her lovers had killed not merely numerous harmless citi zens, but also several rivals of his own class. Born of heaven knows what parents, the "apache" alns is not confined merely to one quarter of Paris though perhaps Montparnasse and some dis tricts behind Montmartrc have an un enviable notoriety. During mv short stay in Paris—I was living up in (lie Rtoile district— a gentleman »*«< ro...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 9 March 1916

GERM DISEASES. When you have a bad cold, culture beds that favor the development of germs form in the throat. That is why a child is more likely to contract diph theria or scarlet fever when he has a cold. Pneumonia is also a prerm disease and is contracted in a similar manner. The longer the cold hangs o.t the greater the danger. Chamberjain'3 Cough Remedy being an expectorant cleans out these culture beds, and in that way prevents pneumonia and other germ diseases.—Sold by all stores, Boort and Quambatook. Public Notice. MISS M. ODGERS, Piano . Organ . Harmony, Resumes Tuition 24th Jan., 1916. Lake View Street, Boort. Write to this Address— T. A. GAWNE, Chemist, Boort. FOR PRESCRIPTION DISPENSING FAMILY MEDICINES DRUGS A.ND CHEMICALS VETERINARY GOODS DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES ENEMAS. TRUSSES, &c., of all kind D. Sutherland, Solicitor, Wedderburn, Maybe consulted at Scully's Hotel Koronq Vale, every Friday from 3 p.ir>. W. M'lsAREN Building Contractor, Carpenter, &c., ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Wheat Ready Reckoner. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 9 March 1916

■ - Wheat Ready Reckoner. Th0 following «hows at a glance ho*T fnnncrs may arrive at the number of bushels of whent contained in ,1 i^iven lon,i One cwt equals 1 bushel 52 lb Two cwt equals '.'i bushels 41 lbs Three cwt equals 5 Inishe's '.',6 lbs. Four cwt equals 7 bushels 28 lbs Five cwt equals 9 bushels 20 lbs Six cwt equals 11 bus'.K 1 12 lbs Seven cwt rquals i:> bushels 4 lbs Eipht cwt equals 11 bushels.5ti lbs Nine cwt equals 10 bushels 18 lb Ten ;wt equals 18 bushels -10 lbs F.leven cwt equals 20 bushel 32 lbs Twelve cwt equals 22 bushels 24 lbs Thriteen cwt equals 21 bushels 16 lbs Fourteen cwt equals 20 bushels 8 lbn Fifteen cwt equals 28 bushels Six'cen cwt equals 29 bushels 52 lbs Seventeen cwt equals .'il bushels 4-llbfl Eighteen cwt equals li:t bushels 3t5 lbs Nineteen cwt equals '.ft bushels 281b One ton equals 37 bushels 20 lbs Two Ions equal 74 bushels 40 lbs Threo tons equal 112 bushels Four tons equal 14'.) bushels 20 lbs Five tons equal 18(> bushels 40 lbs S...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 9 March 1916

WEDDING BELLS. DICKINSON—GRIFFITHS. An interesting wedding was solemnised on Wednesday, February 9, at the Boort Methodist Church, when Mr Alfred James Dickinson, eldest son of Mr and Mrs James Dickinson, Yarraville, well-known in the Boort-Korong Vale districts by his courtcsy and obliging dis- position to travellers on this line, and Miss Aggie Matilda Griffiths, third eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs A. Griffiths, "Olinda" Farm, Boort, and most popular in social circles, were united in marriage. The Rev. H. Richardson performed the ceremony. The church was prettily decorated for the occasion, and was filled to overflowing with guests and spectators. Miss A. Cameron ably officiated at the organ. The bride was beautifully attired in a dress of ivory crepe de chine, with vest and over-skirt of silk shadow lace ; court train. She was led to the alter by her father. The bridesmaid, Miss Victoria Griffiths, sister of the bride, wore a dainty white voile, with silk and overlace cap, and pa...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Watch the Herd Bull. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 March 1916

Watch the Herd Bull. The above signiiicent admonition means even more than the majority of bull owners and bull handlers appreciate at first thought. The bull is the most dangerous animal on the farm or range, and has re corded to his crcdit more fatalities than all other sources of animal in jury that the handler of stock is subjected to. Quietness and gentle ness in the herd bull are features that all bull owners delight in men tioning when speaking of the all round usefulness and desirability of their animals. There are, however, so many in stances of sudden vicious develop ments in the quiet bull, who for years had been regarded as per fectly safe, gentle, easily handled by man or boy, that the only safe plan is to treat all bulls with the greatest of caution and suspicion of danger. It seems that the accidents result ing from the vicious attacks of the bull arc mostly upon children or old persons not capable of putting up a vigorous remonstrance at the first indication of revol...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Man on the Land. A Pig Grazing Rotation. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 March 1916

The Man on the Land. || A Pig Grazing Rotation. 1 The Farm Management Depart ment at Washington, in America, publishes particulars of a pig raiser's system which it recommends. There are, it is explained, only three crops grown, maize, rye, and a mix ture of clover an<l timothy. These arc generally run in a four-year rotation —First year, maize fed down by the pigs ; second year, maize (crop cut and rye sown) ; third year, rye (pastured and grazed by pigs) ; fourth year, clover and timothy (pigs pastured and cut for haj;). 'The pigs are turned in 011 the rye field early in the spring and al lowed to pasture that crop for about a month. By that time the rye is getting ripe. The pigs are then turned in on the ripe rye to gather that crop, and to grazc_ the young clover which has grown up. "Six loolb. pigs will gather a 17 bushel per acrc crop of rye in six weeks. As soon as the pigs can be brought to a full feed 011 maize they arc turned in on the first year maize and allow...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 March 1916

Public Notice. WOOL CONSIGN YOUR PRODUCE TO DALGETY LTD., NEWMARKET, WOOL, GRAIN, <£ PRODUCE BROKERS, STOQK AND STATION AQENTS. FARMERS' CLIP8 receive special attention, and when desired are R» classed by Experts at a total cost of one-eighth penny per lb. All Produce can-fully Valued by lixperts prior to Sale. Clients given choice of ntiy Market. SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS For the 8alo of LAND. STORE and FAT STOCK, TALLOW, 8KIN8, HIDES, FURS, BUTTER and DAIRY PRODUCE. | Quibell's Sheep Dip, inttiTfl ' Kemp's Patent Sheep Branding Liquid. AUJE«i» rutt S YVormo Specifico Sheep Drench. ( Nobel's Glasgow Explosives and Chllworth Powders, Melbourne Office, 461*471 Bourke St. Australian Mercantile Land & Finance Co. Ltd. MELBOURNE. WOOL, GRAIN, SIS, AND HIDES, Office, 122 William St. Weekly Sales. Stores:—South Kensington. Prompt Returns. THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES AND MORTGAGE CO. LTD. WOOL WAREHOUSES, 673 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. WOOL and GRAIN 4 - AUCTION SALES OF WOO...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 March 1916

GERM DISEASES. When you have n bad cold, culture beds that favor the development of Kerms form in the throat. That is why a child is more likely to contract diph theria or scarlet fever when he has a cold. Pneumonia is also a eerm disease and is contracted in a similar manner. The longer the cold hangs on the greater the danger. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy being an expectorant cleans out these culture beds, and in that way prevents pneumonia and other germ diseases.—Sold by all stores, Boort and Quambatook. Public Notice. MISS M. ODGERS, Piano . Organ . Harmony, Resumes Tuition 21th Jan., 1916. Lake View Street, Boort. Write to this Address— T. A. GAWNE, Chemist, Boort. FOR PRESCRIPTION DISPENSING FAMILY MEDICINES DRUGS AMD CHEMICALS VETERINARY GO >DS DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES ENEMAS, TRUSSES. Ac., of a!i kitiJ D. Sutherland, Solicitor, Wedderburn, May be consulted at Scully's Hotel Koron« Vale, every Friday from 3 p.m. W. M'LAREN Building Contractor, Carpenter, &c, "\X/T1TLK th...

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 — 16 March 1916

Wheat Ready Reckoner. The following 'hows at it glance lio^ farmers may arrive at the number *f bushels of wheat contained in a given loud One cwt. equals I bushel 52 lh Two cwt equals 3 bushels 44 lbs Three cwt equals 5 hushe's 3f5 Ins. Four cwt equals 7 Mishels 28 lbs Five cwt equals 9 bushels 20 lbs Six cwt equals 11 bns'v 1 12 lbs Seven ewt i quals 13 bushels 4 lbs Kiuht cwt, equals 14 bushels 56 lbs Nine cwt equals Hi bushels 48 lb Ton cwt equals 18 bushels 40 lbs Eleven cwt equals 20 bushel 32 lbs Twelve cwt equals 22 bushels 24 lbs Thritecn cwt equals 24 bushels 16 lbs Fourteen cwt equals '20 bushels 8 lbs Fifteen cwt equals 28 bushels Six'een cwt equals 29 bushels 52 lbs Seventeen cwt equals 31 bushels 441bs Eighteen cwt equals 33 hnshels 30 lbs Nineteen cwt equals 35 bushels 281b One ton equals 37 bushels 20 lbs Two tons equal 74 bushels 10 lbs Three tons equal 112 hush Is Four tons equal 149 bushels 20 lbs Five tons equal 180 bushels 40 lbs Six tons equals 224 bushels

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 March 1916

WHAT THE I'AWNimOKKK'S THHEp (.II.l'Kli HALLS SIGNIFY. The three brass or gilded balls usee ns an emblem by pawn-broken; are derived from the arms of Lombard)', which were three ftolden pills—tin special bailee of the Medici family I About live centuries ui-o a liiW number of Lombards went to Lon don where the; established themselve as moneylenders in a street called, after tlTcm, Lombard Street, nr.d a I <!opt"d the Lombard Arms to distin j guish t!iem from others. In timt other moneylenders ^adopted tlio sami emblem, ;in! it has since come into «Hc by pawnbrokers generally. Thf MediciB were primarily physicians, and the three balls indicated Dills oriirinalljr Public Noticc. 3- j7 OGBURN, SURGEON DENTIST MEDICAL HALL, CHARLTON, Will visit BOORT every SALE DAY and may bo consulted nl Dalglcish', Oommerchl Hotel. Mr J..7 . Otrburn wishes (o brine spec. Wily Milder notice that bo will vis-it per sonally. and (hut all work doon ' liy him will bo in accordance with tho'lates...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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NEWS FROM THE FRONT CORPL DOUGALD O'BRIEN [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 March 1916

NEWS FROM THE FRONT CORPL. DOUGALD O'BRIEN Corporal Dougald O'Brien writes to his sister under date Jan. 16, as follows: Just a few linos to let you know I am quite well at present. I liavc had no letter from you for a long time though I have had several from mother and Maggie. 1 sup pose your letters were on the barge that sunk in the storm off Anzac, or they might be wandering about between Lemnos and Ma'adi, owing to the fact that when \vc left Anzae the mails for six weeks were held up at Lcmnos. Wc arc still getting letters and Xmas billies. I had the stalest Xmas on record, being on a transport en route from Lcmnos to to Alexandria. We reached port at daybreak on Xmas morning and it was 9 at night before wc disem barked and entrained for Cairo. We readied Heliopolis at reveille in the morning, tired and hungry. We stopped there for two days and went on to Ma'adi, having been away for eight months. There were less than (to men of the original regiment, who left Ma'adi, to march...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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TO JERICHO. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 March 1916

TO JERICHO. The excursion to Jericho and th« Jordan is so familiar that it requirer a sHlful pen to make Buch a tritf incident of Eastern travel readable, but Mr. F. G. Aflulo has, we think, succeeded in doing so in his Palea tine articlo in a recent number of " Travel and Exploration." Her» is an impressionist sketch of a morn ing ride in the Holy Land. " In the streets and outskirts of Jerusalem the horses have to thread their*"careful way through a seething crowd of camels, asses, mules, mule ! seers and others, all saddling up for the new day's work. Then the road strikes out past a pnnorama of Uible geography ; first, the little Garden of Getlisemane, now, alas, walled in from the public gaze ; then the Mount of Olives, Bethany, and the Apostles' Fountain. The road, a little hilly in som* places and stony in more, i? good, until we reach an inn kept by a Greek, a humorous knave, with a smattering of half-a-dozcn tongues, nml a light heart even In the worst tourist season known ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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DRIVER W. J. FISHER [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 March 1916

DRIVER W. J. FISHER Mrs Fisher of Korong Vale lias received the following letter from her son, dated Dec. 28: —We have not got any letter yet but I hope they will arrive soon. It is about six weeks since we left but it seems like months. It won't seem so long when we start to get letters. I hope you had a merry Xinas and will have a happy New Year, though I know that it won't be quite as it might have been. You will know that we arrived at Suez on the 13th. and disembarked on the 16th. of December. The eight hours' journey that followed to Zeitoun was very interesting and we will remember our first night in Kgypt, having had to sleep out after having been lost for an hour or so. Onr camp at Ileliopolis was very decent, we having sheds with tables and forms in to have our meals. I think we met nearly all the fellows from our way that are here, who have come lately. It was n.ll right meeting all our old cobbers. We were with them every night at Ileliopolis, but are away from them all ...

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HATCHING AND REARING CHICKS. The requirements for successful hatching are:— [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 March 1916

HATCHING AND REARING CHICKS. The requirements for bucccssIiO hatching aro :— Fertile eggs with strong germs.—In fertile eggs ore seldom met with in a wild bird's nest and this is one ol the penalties of domestication. But much can he done to avoid infertility by using vigorous malo birds ; by running not more than a dozen liens with each male ; by keeping tbf breeding pens separate ; by the a coidancc of over-feeding and all fat tening fords ; by keeping the sexes •separate until about a fortnight be fore the eggs are required for hatch ing ; and. if a flock of hens is used -for breeding through the entire sea ion, 1)> removing the male after 10 or 12 weeks' service, and substituting i fresh one. A Good Nest.—Hens should be kept luiet during the sitting period, mid '.lie nests made where the inmates will not he disturbed or sec other hirds. The place should bo warm in ivintet and cool in glimmer, sweet, clean and well ventilated. Several liens can be "set" in one building, provid...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JARKLAN SPORTS A SUCCESSFUL GATHERING [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 March 1916

JARKLAN SPORTS A SUCCESSFUL GATHERING The sports meeting held at Jnrk lan on Saturday was quite ail en joyable affair, and those concerned in the work have every reason to feel pleased with the fruitfnlness of their efforts. Everything went off enjovably and smoothily, and, j except for too long an inteaval be | tween events, which made them rather late in finishing, there was nothing to complain about. The weather was pleasant and the pro gramme simple but attractive, con sequently the youth of the district —man and maiden—turned out in their numbers from the surround ing localities, investing the pleasant little hamlet with quite a festive appearance. There was a goodly sprinkling of visitors from Korong Vale and Honing. A pleasing feat ure of the outing was the friendlin ess and sociability of the people, which is characteristic of most rural communitiss. Everywhere was to be seen those simple pleasures and wholesome athletic exercises—so rarely in evidence now-a-days—in which th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 March 1916

SLEEPLESSNESS. Sleeplessness frequently arises from the liver. If the liver is out of order it affects the nerves and if your nerves are nffee:ed you cannot sleep. Do not resort to narcotics ; a course of Cham berlain'.s Tablets will set your liver right and you will soon enjoy refresh ing sleep. Just because other re medies have failed to relieve you is no reason you should give up hope. Cham berlliin's Tablets are relieving obstinate cases every day.—Sold by all stores, Boort and Quambatook. A. LORNE SMITH, Barricl-.r and Solicitor, Miss Gilmore; EStRES to notify her friends aud u che public of the Vale ami sur rounding districts that she has opened ]i\incy Goods and Tobacconists Shop next Jewell's Hotel. For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1b 6d •Public Noticc. GODKUEV-VTRKKT, ]?■ )OHT. Commissioner for affidavit?.

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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SHIRE COUNCIL JOTTINGS WIRE NETTING ACCOUNTS [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 March 1916

SHIRE COUNCIL JOTTINGS » [by monitor] WIKB NKTTINO ACC0UNT8 A letter was rend fro 1 — Price, Lnlbert, stating that some Crown land on which lie had used wire netting, procured through the Coun cil. was reverting hack to the Crown who would have and could pay for the improvement. It was resolved on the motion of Cr O'Brien to ask the. Lands department to protect Council's interests in the matter— presumedly in the re-allotting of it. At a later stage it was decided to insist on the early payment of in stalments for wire netting, allowed to stand over from last year. KCriXOMY TV WHAT ? When a letter was read from the M alvern Ratepayers' League, ask ing for support in an effort to bring about reform or economy in govern ment. Cr Andrews wanted to know in what direction would reduction be made, adding significcntly, "no more motor rifles, or picnic trips to Gippsland." Cr O'Brien broke in with the equally handv remark " no! the municipal subsidy ". And I think he was about right. Many ...

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 — 16 March 1916

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. For the benefit of suh^crib-jr-i uii.i others \\'i> publish tin- numbers ftt tho Knort oxelintigc : — No. 1—J. Wiuigh — Dr Webster ■4 — Uuttor Factory - 5~\V. II. Klliott 0 — Wiiif^field und Son 7—E\ehan<;o Hotel It-J. Weaver 10—CcutU Bros. 11—Standard 12—0. 1'eer 13—G. HinUon 14 — Andrews tiros. 15 — Mrs Mead 10—S. D. Striiton 17—S. G. Lacy 18—J. U.iln'iuiah 19—J. J. Graeo 20—Jns. Kirk. 21 -Geurne \Vilsoiu 22 — G. D. (irahiuu. 2o — ItaiUv.iy Station 2-1- A. Lornc .Smith 20 — lUilway llolel (■/. W. Clements) 2fi J.imes Cameron 2(i — Miss Cameron 27 —Geo It. Kiiklinm 28.- T. A. Gawnu I 2'J- H. D.ivcy

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 16 March 1916

STEPPING TMIi CHAIN. Ii. O'Neill. IIDCP. PONY RACK '■ mile Cruse's Wycombe (Adams) 1, G. Chambers' Darkie (owner) 2. NOVICTC IIORSIi RACK Darwin's I)ari;-..in (P Sherlock) 1 Rogers' D unty (owner) 2. HACK RACIi Davis's Grey Stain (Adams) 1, Chambers' Darkie 2 GUKSSING \VKIGI1T01-\SHI'UP A. Dalziel (17S lbs) Other novelty events took place and in the evening an enjoyable and well attended dance was held Public Notice. J. R. GREIC. GENERAL STOREKEEPEB 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 our 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. BORUNG STORE. O. T. WILLS' Spring Fashion Show, I9I5 New Dress Materials : French and English Serges in navy stripes and new checks. Plain and Fancy Habit Cloth in single dress lengt...

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