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Born Diplomat. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 March 1916
Born Diplomat' i "Harry. J am biv-inninc to te!:tn | the baby looks like you." "Are you, dear?" "Yes, I notice it more aad eon I ni'ery day. rn; s0 clad." "Do you roallv want him to look ii«* me ?" _ "Of course I (l(i, I've been sorry W "jnco we had him christened tiat didn't itivu him your name." "Sweothoart. ym don't 'feno* hi1* happy you make ri;o by sayia? I'3' "And, Harrv, dear. f found the licst *iat to-day, [ don'i believe I erf.* saw anytliini; tliat ua„ so becoming® roe. It's live pounds. Do you I ought to pay that much for 3 »2! Tramear Passenger (angrily': Loe* here! Do you think my feet /fK made for some idiot to stand on' ._ Strap-lfanccr (coolly': Yes; 11 what I supposed. Man makes pood resoJutions And makes them wide and &lt;*???■ They are mostly for his neighbor And not for liim (o keep. "It is said that impetuous have black eyes." „ .,rj, "Ves; and if they dont^"3 them the.v are apt to get fie3'
GORDON SHIRE ITEM The following busines was de with at the last meeting of the Gordon State Council:— [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 March 1916
The foi:,jV,i il!l at tl;.:"'ssl,SmCS-> • odfl The R°Porl. I D. -.wj The ->'cri t:'.ry &lt;Mr C reported that >h« mm ha«l been ptii-;v, f,,,. lJMj; meethttr. mup eS " General rate.-, current c,,, General rat'.'-, arrears " "i;.; i General rati.-.*, int^rtV. . 'i! Pan char««--. uirrcnt . Pan charges, r.i-as jj! Pan charges, itunrw. Weighbridge ues~ Boort ii'J l's 3 Barraport , . % ; 4 Pyramid Hit!... 20 !) ij Mologa 41 5 G 2ir> Do;; registration fee; ... ^ Dairy registration feed ... Rate certificate Sheep dip fees Boort £'J 8 \ Pyramid Hili. H 1* 7 Yarrawalla . IT 0 5 Police court fiaes Dishonored cheque re credited Contractors' deports Jiii 2- The net credit ^171 deduction of to-dav'e e> af^r I ■«» Trait account Cr. bilSg '» jj mi"« &lt;*■ ra " - 295 Net Cr. balance J—" The report wa3 receiv^jj W°lghbridgo Fe0Sj The following; are th» „ 1 fees to date this sev nn I?''?'-"! 7s Id, Barrapo" /??■?, ^ J Hill /67 43MoTqI J"VcJ,pfljJ ■215. total Ao f„t3 65'...
LEFT BEHIND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 March 1916
LEFT BEHIND. When the rich man dies we are prone to think on the (oily of human greed; he tolled and worried to get more chink than a mortal could" ever need. For years and years he had no repose, no rest from the beastly grind; and now when down to the tomb ho goes, ho leaves all his junk behind. He leaves his bonds and he leaves his stocks, and the deeds that ho prized so high; and he leaves his gems an Ills shining rocks—all junk when the rich mon die! "Of no use then to the plutocrat are the markets, weak or strong; for a suit of clothes and a white cravat are all that he takes along. Like Lazarus, to an open ditch, he goes, with his wreath of (lowers, and then he's mourned by the idle rich for seven and twenty hours. Not long, not long shall the teardrops flow, or the dead be kept In mind, for the plutocrats, when at last they go, leave all of such things behind. Few earnest mourners shall weep above the graves that the rich men hold; they never wanted such stuff as love—their ...
INGLEWOOD HOSPITAL. District Queen Competition. Boort Four Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 March 1916
INGLEWOOD HOSPITAL. District Queen Competition. Boort Four Candidates. To relieve the financial needs of the Inglewood Hospital, it lias been decided to hold a Queen com petition. The candidates allotted to the various districts are as follows : — Charlton, 6 ; Wedderbum, 6 ; Inglewood, 6 ; Bridgewater, Derby, and Memsie, 5 ; Korong Vale, 4 ; Boort, 4 ; Tarnagulla 4 ; Kingowqr and Rheola, 3 ; Llanelly, Arnold and Newbridge, 3 ; Mysia and Boruug 3 ; Kurting, Glenalbyn and Powlett, 3 ; Serpentine, Jarklan and Janiember East, 3. The competition will be con ducted under the following :e gulations :— That nominations for candidates be called for, and if in excess of the number allotted for the district the candidates to be ballotted for in a manner approved by the local com mittee. The nominations to close April 11th, at 6 p.m., and to be in the hands of the local secretary by that date, who will forward the names of the selected candidates to the secretary of the Central Committee not l...
I WONDER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 March 1916
- I WONDER. When war has reached its ending 'And Europe peace preserves, Will Sue, who showed much promise In sewing shirts for Tommies, Again be condescending Enough to darn "reserves"? Or will she And that mending Is harmful to her nerveo? When stilled is warfare's pother And peace has come at length, Will Pa, who worked unceasing At ammunition piecing, Find beating rugs lor mother la too much for his strength, And breaking coal a bother. When peace has dawned, at length? When guns have ceased their thunder And piping peace doth reign, Will Jack, who used to rally At five o'clock reveille, Find nine o'clock, I wonder, A bally sort of strain: And when he's called, creep under The eiderdown again? When all the war is finished And everyone Is good, \ Will daily paper terrors Confess prophetic errors, And hide their heads diminished As' all false prophets should? Ah, no! They'll say It finished Just wh®n they said it would. A; conversation In the trenches:— Private Doug&l McTa...
BOORT MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. TRUSTEES COMPELLED TO ACT. NEW COMMITTEE APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 March 1916
BOORT MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. TRUSTEES COMPELLED TO ACT. new committee appointed. With the passing of the old year, to be exact, with the last stroke of the clock at midnight on December 31st, 1915, the Boort Mechanics' Institute ceased to exist. It passed away peacefully ; quietly one might say ; no one was disturbed, and those hcroic, encrgetic, and pro gressive members of the cominittec were relieved of their vast respon sibilities. The end was sudden, but the general public will be pleased to learn of the peaceful nature of the "passing away." It was indeed a solemn moment in the history and development of the town, and, in particular, the institute itself. It can truthfully be said that life is short ; it can aptly be described, "The Brevity of Human Life." So far as the writer is able to ascertain, the president, vicc-prcsident, or secretary did not shed any tears, but took the affair quite philoso phically ; it camc as a matter of course ; it was a sign of the times ; so let it...
Ladies' Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 March 1916
Ladies' Letter. The periscope bat is a novelty we may expect at any moment, for it has made its appearance in America. In Chicago it caused quite a sensation. That "three pretty young women wear ing the periscopo bonnet came near being mobbed by a curious crowd" is ! asserted by ono newspaper, it is pretty safe to conclude the writer is masculine, 'tor no woman would talk about bonnets nowadays, lie goes on to describe it, and says "It is not used lor the purpose of sighting creditors In the ofling, but st'rves as a sort ol conning tower which the unattached young woman may "use l£ she feels that a long, low, rakish male craft is approaching with the Intention of firing a smile, across her bows." A tiny mirror is tucked at an attractive and innocent angle in the brim, so that it reflects the actions of pedes trians in the'rear, wid the wearer can take action accordingly. Should she glimpse a smart young man preening himself in a suggestive fashion, sfie is warned in time, and can ha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 March 1916
DON'T RISK PNEUMONIA. It is absurd to allow n cough to hang on iind aapyour vitality when Chamber lain's Cough Remedy will relieve you. You don't know where a persistent cough will land you. You can't afford to allow your throat and lungs to be come diseased when it ia such a simple thing to step into a chemist's shop and get a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.—Sold by all stores, Boort and Quambatook.
The Ugly Duckling. HOW BILLY CAME ON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 March 1916
The Ugly Duckliog. HOW BILLY CAME ON. IJy Adam M'Cay in the Sydney "Sun." A cable message oi the week says that Mr. Hughes has gone to ojic of Ixmdon's most eminent aurists, who has hopes of being.able to Improve Ills patient's hearing. That, of . course, Is a piece of very good news, for the Prime Minister's infirmity of_ deafness must often have been exas perating to himself. Certainly at ^imes it has proved exasperating to others. ^ Not so long ago Mr. Hughes told a group of pressmen or a- man known to us all, who was importuning him with "representations" of an1 embarrassing kind, because It was not easy to reply as he desired, and still be polite. When the Prime Minister wants to be polite ho can be singularly so. When he doesn't—but that is another matter. Regarding his indefatigable interviewer, he said to us with a grin, "I don't know whether he thinks mo the deafest man in the world or the stupidest; but it's one or the other; for whenever he came to tlie point I answered a...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 March 1916
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE Messrs Dalgoty anil C i. Lt i. rep >rt : — Sales wcro resume 1 in Melbourne on March 21, when we off'ro 1 u catalogue of about 4,800 hales. With the excep tion of a few superior wools fron south eastof south Australia and some bulky attractive lines from Westralii thu c»ta loguc was chiefly compos-id of medium sorts. Competition throughout was keen mitt well-sustained, prices for all good and medium wools showing no change from previous sales, but. burry sorts were slightly easier. Our top price for the day was 19$J for JP over Eulanda from Western Australia, while Jit over MT I5KU1S (South Australia) made 18jd, Woolmit and Campsie from South Aust'alia 18Jd and ISd respec tively ; FII orer Sussex Farm, Gipps land, 17jd ; CB over CU, Gippsland, IS J ; II I! over Wagin and Hilston over 15alintore, Westralia, 17^d ; D ar.d D over Hop Creek, Gippsland, 18Jd ; G over Narengo and AJ over WAHIi\, 18J ; scoureds, liuckaginga 26J, and AI'T 25 Jd. The Australian Est...
Church Services.—April 2. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 March 1916
Church Services.—April 2. Church of England.—Boort 10.30 a.m. (Matting), 11 am- (I-itany and Holy Communion), and 7 p.m. (Evensong). Catumnal, 3 p m.—Rev. C. Kirkputrick. Presbyterian Church.—Boort 11 a.m. Durham Ox 3 p.m. Pyramid Hill 7.30 p.m.—Kev. E. Eldridge. Church of Christ.—Boort, 11 a.m. » 2.30 p.m., Bible Class ; 7.30 p.m., Gospel Service.—Mr R. K. Whately. Methodist Church.—Boort II, Mr T. Dunstan ; and 7.30. Mr W. McLaren. Catumnal 3, Mr Kirch. Yando 3, Mr Marshall. Lake Marmal 3, Mr McLaren. Minmindie 11, Mr Judd. Meetings during the week—Prayer, Monday ; Choir Practice, Wednesday ; Endeavor, Thursday. All at 8 o'clock. ! April 9. Catholic Church.—Boort late. Mar mal early.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 March 1916
Public Notices. OF AUSTRALASIA LIMITED. ESTABLISHED 1OS8. fcUTHOBISED CAPITAL .. .. £3,407,904 CAPITAL PAID UP .. £1,498,220 RESERVE PUND (used in the business) 545,000 £2 043 220 RESERVE LIABILITIES PROPRIETORS ' 715,404 ^ ______ £2,758,684 Directors: John Grtce, Esq. (Chairman). Edward Tronohard, Esq. (VIce-Chalrman). Hugh M. Straclian. Esq., J. Newman Darker, Esq. Chief M.tnagcr----1C. II. \Vrcford. HEAD OFFICE - MELBOURNE, 2'3 Collins Street Branches throughout Victoria. South .vi?Western Australia, and in NYw So'iti) W.tios. Ajtents in all parts of Australasia. Unite.! Kingdom, and throughout ths \V. lost on g:t:c;c ■ : E.C. TRADE HILLS discduntftS or co'.'.ooted KOKK:->N HILLS bought or collected. MONEYS REMITTED to all par.'s by OiiAFTS. TELEGRAPHIC or CABLE TRANSFERS. CIRCULAR and other LETTERS O''" CKRIMT issued, available In AUS TRALAS1A aui ABROAD for T')UK!\'U and COMMERCIAL NEEDS. DEPOSITS received for lixed periois at rates of interest to be ascertained on implicati...
FACT and COMMENT. Dr. Taylor. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 March 1916
FACT and COMMENT. Dr. Taylor. Tho residents of Korong Vale and district will be pleased to know that Dr Taylor has made arrangements to have his residence at Wedderburn placed in direct communication with the Korong Vale post office every night, including Sundays and all holidays. Held Ovor. On account of tho pressure on our space we have been compelled to hold over a number of news items regarding Boort, Wedderburn and Borung, to gether with several shire items, and a special article dealing with the Council's proposed building regulations for Boort. j Mor/t Certificate*. j At tho Boort State school last week the following pupils successfully com pleted for the merit certificate Beatrix Barclay and Lily McLaren. This makes a total of eight merit cer tificates for the past year. Monica Bertoli, from tho Rochester school, also completed the examination at the same time. Miss Cameron's Display. &lt; At Miss Cameron's establishmentj Godfrey-street, Boort, will be witnessed to-m...
NORTHERN DISTRICT STANDARD with which is incorporated the Boort Standard, Korong Vale Lance, and Quambatook Herald. Interesting reading matter will be found on our sixth page. Thursday, Match 30. COMPULSORY SERVICE ADVOCATED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 March 1916
NORTHERN DISTRICT STANDARD with which U incorporated the Boort Standard, Koronj Vale Lance, and Quam batook Herald. Interesting reading matter will be found on our sixth page. Thursday, Match 30. COMPULSORY SERVICE ADVOCATED. By a majority so large that the opposition acccptcd defeat on the voices, the delegates attending the A.N.A. ccnfcrcnce carried the motion submitted by the Board of Directors urging the Government to introduce conscription. This is worth noting, for the delegates arc men young and old, rich and poor, men amongst whom arc employers and employed, Liberalsand Laboritcs. In other words, the delegates are fairly representative Victorians who, so far as conscription is concerned, come together in quite accidental fashion, without collcctivc pre positions or prejudices of any sort. Probably, they spoke and voted much as any soo citizens taken hap hazard in any part of the State would speak and vote. Possibly, Mr Wise, may have in fluenced the tone of the debate to som...
THE COUNTERFEITER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 March 1916
I THE COUNTERFEITER. Well, 'e said 'e came from Dumfries, but 'is name was Izzy "Umphrles, An' we called "1m Ike, the Tipperary Scot At pontoon or crown an' anchor, or at pokor, nap or banker, 'E was reckoned most particularly 'ot But 'e got well blooming strafed when he tried it on a draft 'Oo 'ad learned the game at Simla, an' were masters or the craft. For they cut an* dealt so neatly, ■ An' they ployed their cards so sweetly, That they cleared Ike out completely, fore an' aft. We 'ad billots near Saint Omer, where | tho beer's a franc per foamer, An1 poor Iko 'ad not enough to buy a sip. So 'e tried to borrow argent (French for rhino) from the sergeant, 'Oo reminded 'lm of past records of "lip." 'E was parched an' faint for drink, but 'e couldn't raise a chink, An' all methods 'e could think of seem ed to point direct to "clink." Til! a pal said "Ike, I'm carin' For the Iron Cross you're wearin', Will you chuck the souvenare in for a drink?" 'Twas a swop that suited Izzy, an' 'e...
From Various Sources. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 March 1916
From Various Sources. When King O'Malley was seeking the suffrages of the enlightened elec tors ol Encounter Bay In South Aus tralia he made the women's vote his long suit, and used all manner o£ de vices to appeal to tho feminine In stinct. It is said there wasn't a baby romalned unkissed by him through out the length and breadth of his electorate. One day ho walked up to an impos ing-looking house where about a uozeu children were playing about tlio garden. "This," thought the candidate, "is an opportunity to make an impres sion.' • 'So he at once began to Ingratiate himself with the kiddies. Shortly after, a middleaged lady came out of the house. "I was just admiring the children," said the King as he patted the cra nium of a curly-headed boy. i"ho lady suilled benignly. "I came to see your husband," said the O'MaJley; "is he at home?" "I have no husband," replied tho lady abruptly. "No husband," said the candidate, with an overwhelming affectation of sympathy. "I am sorry. Have ...
Problems of Endurance. NEXT TEN MONTHS WILL TELL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 March 1916
Problems of Endurance. NEXT TEN MONTHS WILL TELL. The Allies believe that by spring the Germans will probably be com pelled to shorten their lines some where. But such a step, the evacua tion of Franco, Belgium or Poland, I will be the signal to all Europe—to the world—that the end Ib In sight It may come In April, .but It must cpme before Autumn; that Is the Al lied calculation on which the states men of four great nations are staking all. But attrition of men Is only half; there Is the question of food and of money. Germany is suffering—Iiar den's word for this—because of food shortage; she is suffering from econo mic .paralysis resulting from the blockade, and she Is compelled to find money in sums disproportionate to her resources, compared with Great Bri tain and France, when she has to act as the banker for Turkey and Aus tria. Add to the falling of men the hardships and perils incident to eco nomic and commercial paralysis and you have a conspectus of Allied cal culation. Tho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 March 1916
Public Notice. STRAYED from Macorna, since Septem ber, 8 well-conditioned Cows, raixed ages. Five pounds reward will be paid to anyone giving information leading to re covery of same. WILLIAM WALLACE and CO., fiz-66 Bull street, Bendigo, Ker ang, and Branches. For Sale. NEW Dunlop Rubber-tyred JINKER. j shafts, brass mounted; also Pony and Harness. J. McGRATH, Butcher, BoorL Prime Seed Oats IN any quantity. W. H. ELLIOTT, Produce Merchant, Boort. Apples. GOOD Eating and Cooking Applos, at Us 01 por easi on vail llarcourt. Cases returned. Cash with order W. IAMBSHEAD, • 'rcliardiHt, Barker's Creek P.O. Inglewood Hospital Queen Competition KORONG VALE DISTRICT. A PUBLIC MEETING, to elect a Committee in connection with the above movement and to transact any other business in furtherance of same, will be held, in the Mechanics' Hall, Kor ong Vale, on Friday, April 7, at 8 p.m. Nomination of Candidates for compe tition close April 11. P. W. KINIRY, Secretary. OR. G. UNWIN TAYLOR, Physici...
CORRESPONDENCE. BUILDING A STORE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 March 1916
CORRESPONDENCE. BUILDING A STORE. To the Editor. Sir,—My attention has been directed to a striking item of cor respondence (appearing in your last issue) calculated to brand tbe farmers of Barraport as a.most un principled collection of human beings, who do not even respcct the right to live and let live. It is the work of one who has not the courage to sign his name, but who choose rather, while Hnder cover of a nom de plume, to tip his pen with venom, and proceed to indulge in a most carping and illogical criti cism. As one who was partly in strumental in bringing about the state of affairs, to which Mr "Live and Let Live" refers and criticises, I feel that to allow this letter to remain unanswered wouid be un worthy of the farmers of Barraport or of their association, with which I have had to most reluctautly sever my connection. Without wishing' in any way to become embroiled in a newspaper con troversy respecting the merits of co-operation, or the friendship of • the general st...
MYSIA. Red Cross Quarter's Work. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 March 1916
MYSIA. Reef Cross Quarter's Work. The following articles have been made by the Mysia branch of the Red Cross Society :—13 long sleeve flannel shirts, 26 underflannels, 18 pyjama suits, 1 pair pyjama pants, 4 pairs sheets, 15 pillow slips, 52 pairs knitted socks, 14 scarfs, 9 pairs mittens, 13 washers, 24 trian gular bandages, 14 roller bandages, 9 kit bags, safety pins, old linen, books, periodicals and papers ; also 47sugar bags to Lady Mayoress.