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Coroner's Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 26 February 1914

Coroner's Inquiry. The district coroner, Mr F. Pen nefather, conducted an inquest at the local courthouse to-day, touching the deaths of Sy dney Oswald Coutts and George Appelby, when the fol lowing evidence was given. James A. Lackmann, farmer, of Boort, sworn, said he had viewed the body lying in the Masonic Hall, which he identified as that of Sydney Oswald Coutts, farmer, of Boort. Last saw him alive about 4 p m. on Tuesday. He was then in his usual health.   John Christie, farm laborer, resid ing at Boort, was employed by de ceased, Sydney Oswald Coutts,about 5 weeks ago. Was living with de ceased at his residence at "Dunbar," Boort. ■■■ On Tuesday, left for Boort at 11.30 am .Mr Coutts got out of the buggy,leavmg him in charge. Went into the parlor at Clements's ! hotel and sat down beside Mr Coutts     when George Appelby came in."Ap   pelby asked for a drink which the barman refused, as he would not pay his debts. He afterw...

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
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THE TRAVELLING CUSHION. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 5 March 1914

the travelling cushion. A travelling cushion, should form part of the luggage of everyone de siring oomfort during a railway jour ney, and a cushion that can also bo used to carry various odds and ends should provo invaluable. A dark cloth covering should he made for an ordinary down cushion. On ono sido of this covering two poo, kcts can bo placed. The lower pocket, which should bo cut in tho material itself, should go right across tho cushion, about half way down, and should extend itself to tho bottom edge; this pocket will be found most useful for holding news papers and magazines. Tho other pocket, to be made with a flap, should be stitched on about the centre of the upper portion of the same sido. For case in carrying it is advisable to add a small cloth handle at the top of tho cushion. These cushions are particularly fascinating carried out in soft suede or leather, with out fringed trimmings.

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MARRYING IN HASTE. DOES IT MEAN REPENTING AT LEISURE. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 5 March 1914

MARRYING IN HASTE. 0088« proy;Jrb "marry ill haste, repent leisure, would be more satisfactory LhTT W0Uld be k[ud «uuugh"£ UuistM '• ™"aniuK of 'ho word siuf i ° doubt tbe average Sen sible suail, crossing a country road, imagines itself to bo progressing at a in oaitiieck paoo and brilliantly dodir "'Q ;notor_trailiQ. jj...-wmild--lm_ ing as fast as tbey can. in tlieir own opinion they are making up their minds with admirable velpoity. But to the onlookers their calni leisureliness is maddening. "How slow he is to propose 1" ex claim all the friends of the girl whose suitor has taken a year to come to the point. .Nevertheless, the. good fellow may be rushing to his doom with whai seems to him the speed and inevitable ness of an avalanche. The definition of the word haste in that proverb is impossible, of course. There are people who, when they fall in love know in a flash that it is the real thing and that it .will remain un changed for a life-thne. A couple to whom this irresistib...

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SECTION 4.—PERMANENT FERTILIZER TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 5 March 1914

SECTION 4.—PERMANENT PER . TILIZER TRIALS. ibcso comprise a series of 40 quarter acre plots, of which, in anv one year, J.0 are'in crop and f!) are eithi rf al lowed -or under 'forage crops: Thc«plots are to be permanent, viz. the-sums nfanuriai treatment wi;i be continued on each plot ror a number of years. • The permanent character of those plots make them moro important than the usual fertilizer trials. On every occasion on which these crops ' come under crop the man urial'dressing ap plied to each will be the same. The °r r's »° the difforent dressings ..fertilizers will become more notice able as the years go by, and interesting changes in the fertility of the soil in the various plots may bo looked for. Thus it will, not only be "Xjossiblo to (letprmino the immediate effect of the, various fertilisers, but tho cumulative | effect as well, aud the general influence of each fertilizer on tho quality and stock-carrying capacity of the resultant pasture. SECTION' 5.—CULT URAL AND ...

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RUTHERGLEN EXPERIMENT FARM. GUIDE TO EXPERIMENTS, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 5 March 1914

RUTHERGLEN EXPERIMENT FARM. guide to /experiments, 1913. (A, 13. V. Richardson, M.A., ]J. Sc., Agricultural Superintendent, '111 tho "Journal of Agriculture.") dho Butherglen Viticultu'ral G'ollego Itescrvo comprises 080 acres of land of -which some 60 acres, have been planted with phylloxera resistant mother stocks, and 80 acres (at Wah fiouyak^kavo beon dovotcd to nursery work-for the,-propagation of phylloxera resistant.,fobtlings. Of the remainder approximately 750-acres are available i'or general farming. The Kutherglen , Vitieultural Station has beou of great assistance to the Viticultural Industry of the State by distributing each year largo numbers of grafted.1'vines for tho recoustitution ol"'phylloxera infested vineyards. In 1912 it was decided' to still fur ther iuereaso the usefulness of tho in stitution- by utilising tho farm area as an Experiment I''arm for tho prosocu tio'n--oI: systematic researches and- ex periments in agriculture. The primary purpose of tho farm is...

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SUBTLE CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 5 March 1914

SUBTLE CRITICISM. The small boy stood in front of the dazzling light of the cheap thoatro with a yellow dog under his arm. Ernie ally ho wanted to get in, and tho sight of a well-dressed and apparently prosper ous man on tho steps gave him an idea "Are you the managor of the show? asked the boy. It turned out that ho had guessed correctly, and the' lad continued: "I want to seo tho show, but I haven't got tho money. I'll toll you what I'll do. I'll give you this dog if you'll let mo in." Tho manager's heart melted. Ho remembered that ho too had been a boy. "You may go in," he saidj " but never mind about giving mo tho dog. | Take tho dog along with you." j ' Tho lad went in with the yellow dog I under his coat. After tho perform ance tho manager was still standing in ' front, and happened to see tho urchin eumo out. | "Well, sonny," bo remarked, "how did you like tho show!" "Oh, protty well," he said; "but I'm glad I didn't liavo to givo you the dog." So many young men have emigrate...

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LAUNDERING CURTAINS AND CHINTZES. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 5 March 1914

LAUNDERING CURTAINS AND CHINTZES. Kirst shako and brush to yet rid 01 as much dirt and dust as possible. iNover allow soiled clothes or flannels to lie about 111 a damp wash-house, or anywhere whe-ro they will become damp heiuro they are fairly wotted. On uo account. uso a part.clo ut soda, pearl asb, or parallin, or anything of the kind; it is ruination to most colored. articles. Allow' plenty of water, just as hot as tko hands can bear it, and plenty of room in too tub or pan. Use soft soap, if possible. Make a soap jelly witn. a pound of yelluw soap to twu quarts of water. Simmer in a clean saucopan for an iiotff without boding, tlniu add enough jelly to make-a soap lather, it a general wash is to bo done, the watex- in which the llanuels havo been washed or rinstd through will," if mado quite warm, do very well for coloured "things, or that in which muslins or silks havo passed through a -second time, provided no soda or any thing of the kind has been usod. When the .first washi...

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MARMAL v. BARRAPOORT. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 5 March 1914

MAXIMAL v. BARRAIXXOET. Barrapoort and Manual played an unfinished game on 'Saturday, the contest taking place on the latter team's ground. M.irmal hatted first and had knocked up a big total when ■ the stumps were drawn. The indi vidual scores are not available.

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THE LEADING PORT OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 5 March 1914

THE LEADING PORT OF THE WORLD. Tlio very latest estimates of the Value of the exports and imports of the ton loading ports of the ,worId show that New York now stands at the head of the list, with an advantage of nearly two hundred million dollars over Lon don. The "Marine Review" says that New York's total of exports and im ports, now valued at 1,973*981,693 dol lars, is over five times the amount of commerce 'that was carried on by the entire country half a century ago. As to the future, it is declared that tlio Panama Canal is bound to streng then the lead now secured by this port; for the canal will bring New York 1600 miles nearer to Yokohama than is Liverpool; 2500 miles nearer Sydney; 4000 miles nearer ' Wellington, New Zealand; and*2574 miles nearer Val paraiso. Bremen and Hamburg being some 500 miles further removed from the canal than Liverpool, it is evident that the new conditions—tlio general re arrangement of trade routes—will tend to strengthen the position of this po...

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POSITION OF TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 5 March 1914

POSITION OF TEAMS. Club Boort Marnial Leaghur . F!anapoor.t T3 1/5 rt c o c: = S o 5 'c 9 7 1 1 28 9 G 1 2 24 9 2 (> 1 s 9 2 5 2

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SIX CURES FOR SHYNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 5 March 1914

SiX CURES FOR SHYNESS 1. Remember that other people are piotty nearly sure to bo just as shy of you as you are of them, even if. thev don t show it at all. Try to put them at their ease, and by the'time you have dono so you will be quito at ease you r c 2; int° your mind the raet that there is no disgrace at all in being sliy, and that you ^needn't bo a bib shy. of admitting that you are,shy. ^fl° uh" d are'going .to say or do, for this will only: help you to bo nervous ana wor ried. Fill your mind with something else till the greater moment comes, and then;speak or act quite.naturally r / 4. Remember that 110 one is thin Ic ing half as much about you as you are about yourself. Therefore dozens of little trifles—an unfortunate 'word or an awkward movement or anything .of that kind—will slip jiast. other people quite unnoticed though , they seem ter rible to you. , !j. Realise that you are not really the central figure in the room, and that everyono is not looking at you oven though ...

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Special Horse Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 5 March 1914

Special Horse Sale. Messrs. Thomas Morrow and j Co., in conjunction with Donald, McDonald, of Kerang, held a | special horse sale at Quambatook on February 25th. The sale was j not a very successful one. Of j 248 horses offered only 48 were sold, prices ranging from £S to, | £35, the vendors' ideas of values i being altogether too high. Horses were sold on account of Messrs. Shaw, Knight, Mercer, O'Donnell, Gardiner, Livingston, Cottrell, Holt, and others.

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THE HOG. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 5 March 1914

THE HOG. Of all domestic* brutes tho hug for swinishness is worst; in all tho bestial Oataloguo ho s easily, tho first. For otli ers-ho lias no regard, has no concern at -HI; tho weaker pigs he pushes hard, and sends them to tho wall. Ho gets • m.i-ieP lns,,{l0 fcilo trough and sips the sparkling slop, and t'other hogs must loot him off if they would get a drop ...d amen ho'a riding in a car, two seats he'll ocoupy, and smoko a black and rank cigar, while women gasp and cry. In mud holes he's inclined.: to dozo,_ when there's no grub about : a ring is fastened in his noso, so he oau't tunnel out. And when ho drives abroad lUt, „ ♦ —r ""«» uiu^ auiuaa by day, m auto car or sicli, all folks '°, S'v"° him "right of way, must drive into the ditch. Oh, whether lie is in nr?n'fi1V! earbago heaps to chew, or in the busy haunts of meu, tho hog's a hog all. through I You see km fight ing tor tho slop amid the barnyard gloom ; you see him in fclio barbor shop in public reading-room; you find ...

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BOORT RACES. AUTUMN MEETING. A SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 5 March 1914

BOORT RACiiS. AUTUMN MEETING. I A SUJCK SlUL GATHI2HING. Oil Tluirsi'.uy last the 'autumn meeting of the Boort Racing and Trofting Club was held on their well appointed coarse, and proved a success. Thesau tragedy which occurred 011 Tuesday night interfered a good deal with the attendance, not only locally, but also from Bendigo, Charlton and other places, where a rumor had got about that the races had been postponed, and many who iutended to be present did not, uuder the circumstances, put in an appear ance, but the arrangements had "■one so far, and a special train had been engaged, tliatit was pracucauy impossible to put the meeting oil, and the club suffered somewhat in consequence. The attendance, how ever, was good, and though not up to tha: of last year it would pro bably have been much better had there been nothing to interfere. It was a fine day. and there were good many horses present. The Trial --takes proved an easy thing for Stella Gay, who led ail " rrom Rosiimel. and ...

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AMONG THE KINGFISH. SPORT FOR STRONG MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 5 March 1914

AMONG THE'KINGFISH. SPORT FOR STRONG MEN. A sport that is becoming very-popu lar amongst Now Zealand fishermen and those from abroad is tho pursuit of tho kingfish, which abounds in summer "in several parts of the Auckland coast, but which is particularly plentiful in the Bay of islands. 'l'hc kingfish is ire queatly caught near Auckland, but the waters airound Capo Brett and tho Bay of Islands appear to bo a particularly favorito haunt of the fish, and tho ex cellent shelter for launches that is avail able there in case of emergency largely assists in making this part of the coast an ideal fishing ground. - "Rod fishing," says Mr. D'Arcy (a recent, visitor), "is usually referred to as the 'gentle art,' but as applied; to kingfisliing it is quite a misnomer, for I found it to be about the most strenu ous physical exeroiso that I have un dertaken for many years. It would require considerable endurance to fol- i low it up continuously, but for about j two or three days a week it provi...

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STATE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 5 March 1914

STATE SCHOOL COM MITTEE. The triennial meeting of parents, to elect the new school committee was held.at the Boort State school on Monday afternoon, when a fair .number turned up. . Mr Job-Weaver, chairman of .tin last committee, gave a brief account of what had been done in the past. He said the Government had been urged to do certain works in c:n nection with the school, and they had -received a few concessions. Some of the promises had been cur tailed. Efforts had beer, made to secure a Higher Elementary School at Boort. He had inter viewed Mr Tate, who gave him a patient hearing. Mr Weaver bad pointed out the advantages of hav ing such a school in our midst, and said he was satisfied they would get a college education if they put up a suitable building. This was a golden opportunity. a::J he f?U sure the- Government would help. Other towns ot less importance thrtn- Boort had these schools, and it w'buld he the duty of Che rfeir " committee to endeavor to- get a suitable building...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 5 March 1914

ID. TRENGHARD AND CO. STOCK & STATION AGENTS, Melbourne office. 4:18 Collins Street. BRANCHES: Boort. Charlton Wycbepvoof. Cerang, Swan Hill and Barhatr. (N.S.NV J Sbeep and Cattle Trucks promptly ys.c eured and Loaded. Clients wil oblige by sending full par ticulars of any stock they may iateiid to yard, so that we may advise buyers. '•■. EDWARD TRENCHARD & 00., Quambatook. Clearing Sale AT BOOKT. Wednesday, March 11, '14. ED. TRENCHARD & CO. HAVE been favored with instruc tions from Mr E. Mole, who has leased his property for a number of a»j^wM»<w^ears,.-and is retiring, to sell by Public at_ 1 O Clock • STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, FURNl" . TUPvE, Etc., consisting of— Sheep. 260 crossbred ewes, 4, 6 and .8-th, big frames, in good condition, - ^ . : - and In lamb to Lincoln rams 20 comeback ewes, full mouth :■ -■•■■■ 5 Lincoln rams - Cattle. k-l 2-milch cows 1 steer 1 cow and vealer 1 springer 1 calf Horses. 4 draught mares, 6, 7 and 8 years old, in foal t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 5 March 1914

'A CARP.| TT> r"«, JE£. E>. Webster, -BOORT — Will .'Visit Hinri,' and Mysi i '<ver :. -.'Monday a*.-vr.. • ■ 0E5V DAVlSj ■iHacfcsnn'ii and Yv heetwright, 13 AK iC APOORT, DESIRES te -once to '-ho public o: Ibirr.-.T-o; i t ami district that he liii* taken ovi r -he b'nrksmilhing business reeentlv Carried on fc> Mr Awhnrd. and trusts '-v s-:: : a: n-.-n: am to m:-;n-ss to UK-r.t a'skari. ;i t-o- public patronage.. Hovscsliocinc. V.-: pairing am: nil masses of vvi.rk »'iii <«• earricu-nisrr L. L, MAH6HESTER, L.V.Sc.. (or..v. ■>. i'<* " Veterinary Surgeon, Will Visit Boort pcrio Leahy, l'aviiculars o! visits &e., taav w. ob tained from R. R. IRVING. District Agent. m T\KSIRES to notify the public m ST Boort and the surrounding ills . . ' . i • liintinnQK Jl_/ iiooro ana me trici that he has commenced lummess in the premises nest door to Wilson, "grocer. , . All rcpaiis 'neatly and piomptly effected. Notk Ai " L. GRENFELL, Boot and S...

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CRICKET. BOORT DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. BOORT v. LEAGHUR. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 5 March 1914

CRICKET. BOORT DISTRICT ASSOCIA TION. BOORT v. LEACH UR. Leaghur met Boort on the latter team's ground 011 Saturday. Boort won the toss and batted. Baines and Pickering opened, but Picker ing lost the number of his 1UCSS when 11. Broekwell joined Baines and the pair made things lively. Baines reached f>7 when he was caught in longfield. Me hit six fours and two sixes. Broekwell missed his 50 by one, and hit half a-dozen fours and a six. Gawnc reached 23, Fellows 13 and -1. J. U1 Donnell 19, Painter'J for 0, 1>. Duustan 3 for 1.3 and Thomas 3 for 16 bore the brunt of I he bowling. The score reached 191. Leaglmr j was unable to reach anything near the Boort score, amassing only 99. j •lackson was top score, with J", for which he batted steadily. T. Slatter hit five fours in a lively 91. The only other player showing out was Graham, 22. Battles, Gawne and Broekwell did ail the trundling, Details :—■ Boort. .1. Baines, c Weaver, b,lackson ... 57 S. Pickering, c Slatter, b Thomas.....

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The Boort Standard. AND QUAMBATOOK HERALD Thursday, March 5. —Eight Hours' Art Union.— [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 5 March 1914

|he Ijjoorl ^tandaj{d. AND 0UAMBAT00KHERALD Thursday, March 5. —Eight Hours' Art Uuion.— The Eight Hours Committee an nounces elsewhere in this issue its 58th annual art union, in which 100 prizes, of a total value of flOOU will be distributed. The first prize is valued at .£500, the second .£100, and the third £50. The support accorded to the un dertaking last year was so generous that the committee were enabled to donate a very substantial sum to the hospitals and public charities, to which the proceeds are devoted. It will be the 58th' celebration of the establishment of- the system which enjoins ' Eight hours' labor, eight hours' recreation, and eight hours' rest." The |cominittee has already made complete arrange ments in connection with the fete, which will be held in the Exhibi tion buildings, Monday, April '27. A splendid programme of sports and amusements has beet: arranged for Eight Hours Day. Numerous special- attractions will l>c pro vided. The tickets are only one ' ...

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