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KURRACA. Sale of Gifts. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 26 August 1915

KURRACA. Sale of Gifts. A meeting was held on Kn i v. ! " inst., at the State school, w a. ways and mems to raiso un: i. Red Cross Society. ■VIr W.J. Dogged oconpi >i :;u- - and delivered :iu -nidias.,. M: V i ' now was elected secretary ->i u . mcnt. It v.hs decided to ho! i • during the month of September . ' arrange tor.i sale of giit.s. Farewell Social. On Tuesday night last i skci ii •> "• was held to biii lurcn-ell t" M: Trottiiun. jun., who is leaking - tri:t ai an early ilate to iju u:'.j c- !'• Tbe popularity of the y mni; ^ ovinceil I>y the large numiter v.l. ■ »■ • ■ iilc.i for the occasion. Mr K. il iri;: occupicil the chair, aiui ihirinii i.'i.' m presented Mr Trolm.w 1'* of iho residents and friends) v.•* wristlet watch a;u] an up-to ilv. ' niy.nr. Mossr> K. bttiilh ami W. i. W -* J ;\!m> spoke*. i*\prv.>Mnir ftdniir;»U>f ' vouiii; u;an m t!ic step lie lj:»d U<--!l Mr 'tm.in su;Ul>ie A lioumitul supp.r was proVi i: t 1 !io Ifi lies...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BARRAPORT. Successful Social Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 26 August 1915

i barrapgrt. I i Successful Social Evzniria. I The "scc-.tiJ <■( l.i. • . I which are being .ti,.' ! fcriucd JJarniiiort lieu i<-> - ■ ui<l i.f the Itu i Cn'M.- l-'s... j last week. Mr it. .1. J.fi f '"i>' - ' his bhi iiut Cliu ili.-ipo-;i ..if • i and over LOO avnile.l [:■•• r.. • opportunity o! til;ij.v:; I be a mi's: eujoy-aluc- . v i.:n_ Icction in aid of thv l.> •. •reached approximat-. iy £~" - ' - " Mnlone mi'V'.' i, ani Mi ;! .. - tied, a hearty vote of t. ■ Mrs It. A. _J:iiuos ."'ir i; had taken t.u ni.ike Lin- i-.n-.tij; ■ jijul for tile wup!^ j.:■ -\; ■ ■ • daiiity rtU"'..-,i.ii:eiit.-.. i i showed their iipprcei > • ■ = "For liity are .iu'.ly Uj.u The eveulng waft i/rou^iit singing a vec.se of .v.

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL CARNIVAL A Day in Fancy Dress. GORGEOUS DISPLAY. £36 NETTED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 26 August 1915

FOOTBALL CARNIVAL A Day in Fancy Dress. GORGEOUS DISPLAY. £& NETTED. Trudy can it be said Ivorung Vale was en fete on Saturday wlicn the eagerly awaited fancy dress football carnival eventuated. What a day for the gods to disport them selves, for bright and pleasant was the sky, balmy the air and beautiful the appearance of every around. "Old Sol*'shone forth in j dazling splendour and subdued warmth, bathing the landscape in wreathes of golden light and sending a thrill of ecstasy through the soul of everybody with a mind reflective of the glories of nature. Even the trees, standing sentinel by the wayside of march, seemed to how their courtesy as they yielded to the influence of the gentle breezes, play ing through their boughs, while the rustling leaves, answering in har mony, sounded a note of welcome and cheer. All nature was aglow, and the heart of everyone was glad. How could it be otherwise -why shold it ? —even though while they were at play comrades were bleeding o...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BORUNG. Death of Mrs Osborne [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 26 August 1915

BORUNG. Death of Mrs Osh0r Much sympathy :s : Osborne, tiic Isi- 11 ttb-c ol State scliwl. .vlifi. a Ivuiii,- U,v his'wife, who h:<.« i.e. u hi ;,i h:,; some time hud event took [)!;>cc mi \V..inc -i. Mr OsliOrne ha* i.w v r« pointed to til'- hii.; h» i:, ii, came into U;c > | '{'hey hud bee r. m..n --•! h;; , I nml it is wvl imii-.-.i ^ young life U\ r.ii •>,. F«r some tinw •.!; • i . had tell lai!l:i^, »!..« '•» (tcoiliud iulvi.s ibic t • i. : .1;. tlml her cumlr.;..n ■'..!• < ■■■, | iimucdiuiitiy -km', tiling tii.il iiiv *r 1 l; the .-uli- viT v..is liiflp. a\ail, and niiu an ay jv- uUv.v.y • was Tt J cuts c! Mi.'! u devoted lius! l n. •: • The teuri::'- u>-i< ! Vii'jkiliidfiiiduh t Ji 1: : .• WU:- burnt' iU'i 1 lu 1' : : local v.u'.'.miv si.ii-.'.i, . . UreiuHur. A. M:vi •!. 1 . .. ,. IV'll'Jlll'.U'.. lru'm' ■ Miein'.s follow::;.;. A. , only Vjcl n :wi> y..w- , ■ putliy i« fcii in." ; 1!t;: menu Red Cross Soc.:ct} The ]<...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Court of Injustice." [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 26 August 1915

"Court of Injustice." The following is a record of the "Court of Injustice" which dealt with the reported offenders who took part in the fancy dress football match on Saturday last:-—The court was composed of Field Marshal Piet Kinirsch, General Mackinsen, Hcrr Alburz Schubler, flerr Josef Lat tisch and Hcrr von Gibbinsohn. Jack Johnson was charged with having deliberately kicked at the football and missed it Jack ad mitted the charge but stated in ex tenuation that the ball was much smaller than his foot and he did not like to *-rc'- !'k; poor Tittle thin«». Irin"! •' '' John 13 t'1 - Fin-"1 paid. Little Mnry, a schoolgirl, was charged with being overage. Mary's lnchoymose explanation was not accepted. Fined 6d or . be kissed by the Swagman. The fine was paid and then as a result of the osculatory demonstration by the Swagman he was fined 6d. A young lady giving the name of Angclcna Seraphina Lcit/. was charged with exceeding the height limit. She dcnitid that she was | Annie Toolo...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
District News MYSIA. Fancy Dress [?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 26 August 1915

District IV I MYSIA. fancy Dress fi„„ . A /"!,in '■""1 d«l„ tn the Mechanics' ir.„it„te uvi-ning. in ni<I of tiu. soldier*. There w:t, ("A" ter.dance. vtMtl<,r.s l„.j)|f. HtJ t BnrunK, Fernilmr<! v-■ Iioort. Sui„i- ii!ti'i(s'i„„ ' 'I noted and t..uc v-rj. i ^7 ; ■ though the tn-'iii ritv w..r»i,;' Excellent mu-iic wa> vj,i 'J (" ' '< T1, Kyan and P. (•), ,; ' '''"i M. Foley and I',. ' | Wnlkcr acted mk M.r: , ; cient manner "

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 26 August 1915

The Dance. At night quite a gay assemblage of danccrs tripped to the strains of music rendered by the Brass Band. The hall was thronged and though it was uncomfortably crowded from the dancers' point of view there were other compensating features in this sccnc of gaity and splendour that kept the danccrs in a happy mood. About m couples appeared in fancy dress and the grand parade- which took place presented quite a thrilling spectacle. The floor was in capital order, and Mr Rndcliffc as M.C. kept the dancing well ordered and vimful. As well as the costumes mentioned in the day's proceedings were noticed :— Miss MarieStcwart (evening dress) orange tango crcpc do chenc. gold lace trimmings and swansdown. Mi>s L. Killecn, cream silk with embroidered overdress. Miss Lizzie ; Vernon, Japanese costume, trimmed with red silk. Miss E. Hamilton, cream silk evening dress. Miss E. j Knight (flower, girl), flowered mus lin dress with heliotrope beet and [lowers, and mop cap with flowers and...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Picture Show. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 26 August 1915

Picture Show. On Monday evening next anotheS | magnificent programme of pictures will j bo screened at the Mechanics' Institute j by Cerchi Brt*. The programme to be j submitted will include ail the latest in j photo plays, and as they are screened | by means of a powerful plant, flicker- i ing is conspicuous by its absence. A i picture depicting how the Victorian ; cross is won should be worth going a long way to see. Other dramatic, scenic, and comic pictures will go to make up an excellent programme.

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORANGE BLOSSOM. FISHER—KEIRCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 26 August 1915

ORANGE BLOSSOM. FISHER—KF.IHCE. A prclty, but quiet, wedding took place at the residence of the bride's parents, Huekrabanyule, on August 7, when Wil liam John, second son of Mrs M. Fisher, of Knrong Vale, and Mabil, youngest daughter of Mr ami Mrs J. W. Keirce, of Buckrabanyule, wero united in the holy bonds of matrimony. The Rev. J. S. W. Coles, of St. Martin's, Charlton, ofliciatod. The bride, who mi? given away by her father, was becomingly gowned in a navy blue tailor-made sergo costume, with a pink tagel hat trimmed with pink rosea. At the wedding break fast, over which the Rov. Mr Coles pre sided, the usual ionsts were honored, and n pleasant time was spent. The happy couplo left by the afternoon train, amid showers of rico and confetti,en route for the metropolis, whero tho honey moon will be spont, carrying with them tho bost wishes of their many friends, who had assembled at the lailway station to bid them bon voyage. The bride wan tho recipient of many valuable and use fu...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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ON ACTIVE SERVICE. A Letter from Driver F. Cameron. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 26 August 1915

ON ACTIVE SERVICE. A Letter ^rom Driver F. Cameron. Driver Frank Cameron, son of Mr [ Phil. Cameron, writing from Mudos | Island, Lcmnos, 23 rd April, 1915, says: •"We left Alexandria on 15th April and .went on board an Anglo Egyptian boat j together with a small portion of our [ unit numbering 75 men. 1 worked hard j and late that night unloading provisions from the motor lorries on to our boat. We drew anchor about 11 o'clock the next morning, and turned our head into | the blue ocean. We could not find out as to where we were going. All we knew was that it was a three days' trip. Well on the fourth day we steamed into the above harbor. It was a grand sight, there being about 75 of tJie big gest battle ships anchored all around us. There were at least 150 troop ships anchored also, and every one crowded with soldiers. You cannot imagine how safe we fell under the circum stances. Amongst these battle ships was ihe biggest, best, and most valuable to our nation—the Queen Elizabeth. ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 26 August 1915

Public Noticc. Under New Management. SCULLY'S HOTEL. KOROM VALE, J. J. JEWELL, Licensee. Under the carcful management of the above, the public are assured of every attention; ample accommodation;' meals at reasonable rates ; the dining room is well ap pointed ; civility and attention is the first order of the establishment ; meals on arrival of all trains. First-class Billiard Room. Free stabling ; attentive groom. Best ales, wines, and spirits kept in stock W. J. Leech, Draper and Outfitter, KOROING VALE. THE HOUSE FOR GOOD VALUE AT LESS THAN CITY PRICES. HERE ARE A FEW OF END OF SEASON BARGAINS: Ladies' full length Tweed Coats, 3s lid, to clear Costumes (Coat and Skirt) a few left at 17s 6d, to clear Blouses, gooil value, only Is lid Warner's Corsets, guaranteed rust-proof, 5s lid, Gs 11 d, 8s 6d, 10s od, 12s Gd Ladies' Losceline Necklets. 5s lid, 6s lid, Ss lid See our Bargains in Underclothing, etc. Natural Merino Nights-(for these cold nights) now only 4s lid, worth Ss lid Cali...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 26 August 1915

Public Notice. CREIC, Boys/ Youths' and Men's Summer & Winter Goods Drapery, Boots, Clothing, Groceries, Timber, etc. [< now K;r:g shown ;it Very Right Prices. The value of our Goods is unsurpassable outside Melbourne. We trust t'u public of Korong Vale will spend their money locally, where they can inspect before purchasing J. R. GREIG, Korong Vale. FURNITURE AT IHORLEY JOHNSON'S The Largest 1- iirnishing Warehouse in Victoria, and I'n-uiualk-d for Value and Choice. Furniture. Ironmongery, Linoleums, Blackets, Crockery, Carpets, Bedsteads, and Curtains. We Slock— 0 CEDAR MOPS. A genuine lab: .r saver for polishing Floors. Never Wears out and is always ready for use. You should never be without an O'Cedar Mop. MORLEY JOHNSON, Bendigo. BORUNG STORE. 0. T. WILLS' Spring Fashion Show, :9! 5 New Dress Materials : French and F.ngiish Serges in navy stripes and new checks. and Fancy Habit Cloth in single dress lengths. A peat varietv French Flannel, Silk, Muslin, and Vo...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Mallee Allotments. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 26 August 1915

Mallee Allotments. Country storekeepers in the malice district have shown reluctance in sup plying farmers who have received ad vances from the Government with sacks, and the farmers have expressed the fear that the required supplies will not be provided for the harvest. In order that storekeepers may have con fidence in supplying bags the Cabinet has agreed that accounts for cornsacks should take precedence over Govern ; ment claims The Minister for public : works (Mr Hagelthorn) stated that he | ; had been advised by impoiters of corn aacVs that the position taken up by storekeepers, if maintained, would hav.e an important bearing on importations from India.

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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WOUNDED IN ACTION. LIEUT. WILL HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 26 August 1915

WOUNDED IN ACTION. LIEUT. WILL HAMILTON. Writing to his mother from Alex andcr, Egypt, Lictii. W. Hamilton (who since writiting has been woun ded in action) says : — Just a short letter saying I arrived here from Malta on Saturday, and we cxpect to be away again any day now. I have not recivcd any letters for some time now owing to being in hospital and shifted about. Our letters always go straight to the front so guess mine are there anyhow. Arthur is .still alright, as I have heard nothing of him, so should sec him in a few days. (Mis brother Arthur has since been i reported wounded.) I shot three Turks within a distance of too yards of me so I'm certain of a few. I have seen 6co dead Turks in 130 yds. by ;o, soj-ou see the boys give ( them more than they give us. The country there is very much like Gipp^land only no big trees, but plenty <»f short scrub and it is diffi cult to see them. The morning I came away to hospital 11 u- enemy tired ;co at our areoplanes btn the...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 26 August 1915

IP THEY HAVE THE SNUFFLES If your children have the snuffles, sore throat or watery eyes, do not hesitate to Rive them n dose of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy. Chamber lain's Cough Remedy heads the list as the most effective treatment for coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, and is the one remedy that can always be depended upon to give speedy relief. — Sold by all stores Roort and Quam batook.

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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(Korong Vale late News.) Letter from Pte Dougald O'Brien [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 26 August 1915

(Korong Vale.late News.) Letter from Pto Dougafd O'Brien Private Dougaki O'Urien writing to his sister says: Just a line to let you know that I've been in hospi tal for three weeks with bron chitis, but expect to be going back any day. We are having a splendid summer here and it is quite a treat to be away from the firing line as one can have a good wash and shave j and get their clothes oiV instead of! sleeping in them ever night. The' lurus ait: very quite since tneir big attack failed. It cost tliem fivej thousand men ami the smell of their! dead gut that bad that there was an armistic granted. There was a line pegged nut between the tw'o lines of trenches. We buried the dead on one -ide of the iine and the Turks on the other. \\ e counted .(oo dead Turks in a space measuring a i.to yds by i'io. l'h.ey were lying in row- like stcioks <mi a harvest lield. Tliey were just mown down and that is the reason they have not aUempU.-d any simitar attacks since. They are very mu...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Crown Lands Available. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 26 August 1915

Crown Lands Available. The subdivision of the pariah of Myall, consisting of second and third class Malice land, has been completed. This country is situated from four to ten miles north of Manangatang railway station, and it has been subdivided into 37 lots, aggregating 25,513 acres. The land is now available for selection. Other mallee lands now open for ap plication are as follows 14 detached lots in parishes of Turoar, Pirro, and Tyalla ; classification, second and third; total area, 8,358 acres. Thirteen scat tered holdings in various parishes, classified from first to third ; aggregate area, 9,055 acres. There are therefore nearly 43,000 acres of Mallee country available for selection at present

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fiery Flat Entertainment. HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 26 August 1915

Fiery Flat Entertainment. HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL EVENT. The concert ancl dnncc licltl in the Fiery Flat State school 011 Friday evening was a most enjoyable and nt the same time highly successful social event. The response from the public was most gratifying for the hall was taxed to its utmost holding capacity which isa testimony to the amityoffeeling which prevails throughout the district and to the Hue patriotic, fervor which animates: the people. A more pleasurable evening could not be desired and this happy condition was doubtless, contributed to by I he completeness of the arrangements and the agree able manner in which everything passed off. Those having control of the function must feci cheered by the result and can take credit for success, which their efforts have produced. O11 the shoulder of Mr. F. Kennedy the major portion of the work fell and that he proved equal to the task is shown by the' success achieved. He received able assistance from Messrs Curnick, J. Seccombe, \V. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 26 August 1915

For lironctij.tl Coughs, take WokK-1 Great PtpiJennint Cuiv. Is 6d.

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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A Short Story. Around the Camp Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 26 August 1915

A Short Story. Around the Camp Fire. (By W.J.W.) We had just cut out Weeroona — our last shed - and were making our way back again, and had camped for the night under I lie shelter of a big gum. After tea we filled our pipes. My mate cleared his throat; I knew the sign and prepared to listen. Jack could tell a good yarn. " 1 mind, some years ago," he began, meditatively, "I was nearly on my last pound, and I decided to make up north for the harvest. On my way I ran into a young chap who seemed a very decent cove. So we chumcd up anil bccamc mates. We came to a place callcd Murphy's clearing, and as it seemed a likely spot for graft we decided to stop for a time and investigate. I managed to get a job with a man named Tyack. Me was in a big way; any amount of country, sheep, cattle, horses and crop. My mate, Charlie, got on with a cocky near by. I lis was only a one horse show compared to my boss. Old Tyack had a couple of daughters, decent enough girls, but inclined to be a bit uppi...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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