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Sunday Reading. General Botha. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 23 September 1915

2\? • 1 Sunday Reading. | Conducted by Rev. E. Ei,drid«k, Boort. gg t S>,9,#J* *KQ.V.fi. V.9, General Botha. I It may not be generally known that General Louis Botha who recently conducted such a victorious campaign in German South West Africa is a con fessedly Christian man. From the fol lowing extracts from his speech on his triumphal return! after his conquest, j there can be no room for doubt as to his implicit confidence in the Divine intervention .— " When peace at Yereeniging | was being made, we spent days in tears and prayers : thost days were more trying to me than fac ing shot and shell. " When you consider the hard ships and dangers they met, the lack of water, poisoned wells, and land mines, and how wonderfully we were spared, you must realise and believe that God's hand pro tected us. " Think of the wonderful way we escaped the mines. Always we found some little indication of their presence—bits of paper or dis turbed earth—which helped us to avoid death "Consider h...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 23 September 1915

Publio Notice. OUR Spring Showing FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. T" 1W<: p:: ■- nutinct In Spring Dress Goods tbo most charming | ^ ol,t for fashionable Robes. These will prove taw ,,ei'n * S;ol«rv hdy "ho calls. In Spring Millinery the styles are "..ro.i °J ^1;ICC'^U^U('5S becoincth the spring season .aiiinvry i/rmvniswl as a class to itself, and this spring you should | c-'O osr d:-p. »y«- We extend an invitation to you. Miss Cameron, THE HOUSE OF FASHION, BOQRT. ERCIAL HOTEL BOOHT. I'mitT New Management. thk leading hostelry in the north. The Commercial Travellers' Authorised Home. jcommoNation First-class, and al! Liquors of the Leading Brands. ione i-s Excellent Stabling .for Horses. J. DALGLEISH, Proprietor. Wristlet Watches. Wristlet Watches. ttv: f,;: dcpariiiii: soldiers what is more Useful. ft"; ziv: i&' .wnci » iar^e assortment at Ss 6d, 10s, 15s, 20s, '■Vi :>*k, -«iK and up to 60s. »b/>«v::u very "ice lines in Pocket Wallets, Cigar Cases, .... - Wii.-h Uo...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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FEDERAL INCOME TAX. Returns Due on November 15 [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 23 September 1915

FEDERAL INCOME TAX. Returns Due on November 15 The Federal Income Tax Assessment Act and the Federal Income Tax has become law, and it is incumbent on the public generally to make themselves familiar with the provisions of both acta. They will bo administered by Mr G. A. McKay. Federal Commissioner of Taxation. The Income Tax Assessment Act deals with the returns and assessments, and the Income Tax Act lixes the rates of the tax. The law provdes that all persons in receipt of incomes amount ing to £106 during the year from 1st July, 1911 to liOth June, l'.)lf>, derived from sources within Australia or the territory of Papua, shall render returns to the Federal Taxation Department. Persons in continuous employment and in receipt of wages amounting to 10s per day, should make returns, and show any other income they may have, such as interest on money in savings banks. Income tax is not chargeable on profits from the sale of a house or land, unless it is the business of the seller t...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 23 September 1915

1 cannot sinij the old, sweet songs Which 1 should sing to-night, I've lost my voice, and have no choice, Because of bronchial blight : ' But very soon I'll be in tune. And sint; them all, be sure, I'll change my moans to dulcet tones, With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Tb.e Folly of Taking Diges tive Pills. A Warning to Dyspeptics. The habit of taking digestive pill* after meals makes chronic dyspeptics of many thousands of men and women because artificial digestants, drugs and medicines have prac ticelly no inlhiencc upon the ex cessively acid condition of the stomach contents which alone is the cause of most forms of indigestion and dyspepsia. The after-dinner pill merely lessens the sensitiveness of the stomach nerves and thus gives a false sense of freedom from pain, whereas if those who are subject to flatulence, heartburn, wind, etc., were to obtain a little pure bisurated magnesia from the chemist and take half a teaspoonful in a little water after meals, there would be no n...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 23 September 1915

IS ANTISEPTIC. A cut or Wound is a simple thing to treat and treated properly is quickly alright, but if neglected it will some times lead to blood poisoning. All wounds should be kept clean and free from dirt, and Chamberlain's Pain Balm applied as quickly as possible. Chamberlain's Pain Halm is an an tiseptic liniment, and if applied to a cut at once will remove all pain and cause the part to heal without leaving a scar.—Sola by all stores Boort and Quambatook.

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MALLEE DEVELOPMENT Advances Total £70,000. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 23 September 1915

MALLEE DEVELOPMENT Advances Total £70,000. In tho interior of the Mallee, where settlement has been, going steadily on for four or five years there are now MOO settler.'). These people, according to a report submitted to the State Ministry, have received relief during the drought period to the extent of £7'i,000. The money has been made available by the Government under a svstem of advances, and it is estimated *h;\t it will take the settlers well over all difficulties until the harvest is gar nered. In addition to this sum, the Government has paid storekeepers' bills run up by the settlers to the extent of j about £GOO As an indication that the Government ; is to be recouped, the report states that the settlers have under wheat about 500,000 acres of land, which re presents 50 per cent. of their holdings. | Owing to the fact that there is a serious shortage of horses, arrange ments are being made to supply the settlers at fair prices from other parts of the state, and the Railway C...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tuesday, August 10th, 1915. PART [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

Tuesday, August 10th, 1915. l'ART I. 1. March, With .Sword and Lance, ... chip's Orchestrn. 'i Son^, Come ^inj; to Me, Sgt. F E. Tolhurst. ;!. Recitation, Mad Carew, I'to C C. Pearson. 4. Humorous Sonu, l'luilk, Plunk, Pte G. Iiuss. o Sonj;, I'm Goinj; Hack to Carolina, I'te W. M'Queen. 0. Son^, 1 Hear You Calling; Me, Sj;t Davidson. 7. Recitation, The Tramp, Pte G. Walker. Distribution of prizes forvocal and elocutionary competitions.

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On Active Service. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

I On Active Service. The following letter was received by Mr W. J. Wright, from Private C. W. Bovle, son of Mr Chas. Boyle, ot Mysia,, who is connected with the 5th Watt. A. 1.1". Private Boyle took part in the memorable landing on 25th April, and escaped being wounded up to the time he was taken to hospital suffering from enteric fever. He had a bullet through the leg of his trousers, but was otherwise not hit The letter which bears the date of August 1-lth, was written from the Bombay Presi dency General Hospital, San Stefeno, Alexandria, Egypt.— " I daresay you suppose 1 have for gotten you not writing to you before, but I. might toll you 1 have not, for I often think of the good old times we used to have Perhaps you have heard from Norman that 1 am in the hospi tal with enteric fever. 1 am getting much better now. I am in a convales cent hospital here, where we have been for the lust few days. I was at Lem. nos Island for a month along with a good many more sick and wounded. We ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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PEOPLE WE KNOW. Mr Phil. Cameron. His Life and Work. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

PEOPLE WE KNOW. Mr Phil. Cameron. His Life and Work. Mr Cameron, better known throughout this mill the ;i'>joining districts as "Phil,'' is one of the oldest, if not the actual oldest resident of .Ronr-. During his lengthy resilience in vliis district he litis seen the town i;row from lmishrooln growth to its present size. Hi; is held in the highest esteem by nil who know him, and was one of the early pionceis who visited thu district, possessing grit and determination —the chnva-tei istic which is so largely written across the forehead of llic Scot and tlmso of Scot tish parents. Phil did not wastii n great deal of time in school life. Tho charac ter of the mail to-day was, howevi r, ap parent in the lad of the early sixties— a determination to get on. Gifted with a powtiof acquisitiveness, lie absorbed in his school life, which terminated at the age of 18, as much knowledge as many of the youths cf to-day acquire in a much longer period ol school life. The boasted advancement o...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

Public Notico. CommoiwealtyilsJBaitlj«Hustralra HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY °or"a» General Banking- Business palpal CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON Cable remittance* made to, and draft* drawn on foreign pl.vcs dlrrct. Forrljrn bill# negotiated and eollectcd. Letter* of credit issued to »ny part of tlie world. Banklnc and Exchange Business of every description transacts! within tlie Commonwealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current ncvoutitn opened Interest pr\ul on fixed depotiu. Advaucec made against approval securities. Savings Bank Department BRANCHES in the chief centres and AGENCIES at over M,_. , M Post Offices Interest at ^.y 1/- 2550-Au.tj.nna P--nnu „3/a INTERSTATE and INTERNATIONAL Saving Hank Facilities JAJIKS XSLL. D*putr Oo»ernnr. Jmni. nKNIS'N MtM.Rtt. Oowiwr The Home of Comfort. TEE NEW RAILWAY TERMINUS HOTEL, BOORT. The Proprietor has jusV. till;oil ovor this new handsome and commodi ous hotel. It has boon built from n most modern plan and is thoroughly up-to-date, h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

Public Noticc. Portraits of Soldiers Leaving for the Front! WHY not have i good, permanent enlarged photograph by tHp Famous Ballarat I'hotoRrapherN,Richards [irid Co., of your soldier son leaving f"i' the front. We arc making quite a number ! PHOTOGRAPHS ARE A NKGEsiSI TY -NOT A LUXURY. The Prices are very Reasonable. Size o'Photo Size of Kratuo Price Mount 10 x 8 15 x 12 Solid "20s 12 x 10 20 x 10 ii in. oak 25s 15 x 12 21! x 17 and f,ilt slip 30s Bridal Portraits. The RICHARDS AND CO. Studios are famous throughout, Australia for their beautiful Wedding Photographs, our ROYAL PANEL, 10 x 8 SIZE being utn.'<iualled for stylo and quality. Rridul B •iiquets, Wreaths, Buttonholes, etc., the latest styles kept at studio. Richards & Co's Ballarat Studio. Sludio open every ^utiinliy afternoon. J. (*. Dhakden*, I'rop. Wliy Cart A'ater ? F. W. WEICKHA RD T'S CHAMPION TANKS ARE BEST. Established over 50 years. lOOO Gallon Tanks, com plete, 22 guage O.K.B. Special Tank Iro...

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A Short Story. Alex, and Her's Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

A Short Story. Alex, and Her's Wedding. (By W.JAV.) The great day ^arrived at last. Alex and Mcr were to be married. Tlic day, so often talked about, and looked forward to, came at last. It was the i st of April (very similar to another " The Day " looked forward to bv a certain section of the in habitants of the globe by name Prussian.) It was an event of great interest. A large barn built of old railway sleepers was obtained for the lunch. A large number of friends of the bride and bridegroom put in an ap pearance. Some came in time for breakfast (ordinary). The ceremony was performed in the local school, which had been tastefully decorated with bran bags and barb wire en tanglements. (The bridegroom's brother's cousin on his uncle's side had gone to the front—the decora tions were in honor ot his going). The officiating clergyman being a distant relative of the bride (about 200 miles distant). The bride wore a lovely costume of blue flannelette, with bonnet to match, and carried ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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CONCERT AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

CONCERT AND DANCE. A concert, presided over by Mr J. McNicol, was held in the evening, there being a large number in at tendance. The following items were contributed : — Chorus, by Scholars, 'When the Empire calls'; recitation, Master Phil. O'Brien, ' The Flag goes by'; song, Mr W. Ncsbet, 'Army and Navy'; song, Mrs J. Watchan, 'The Old Homestead'; rccitation, Mr J. Hunter, original patriotic verses; song, Mr T. Scot:, 'Sentenced to death'; recitation, Miss M. O'Brien, 'Lord Ullin's Daughter'; song, Mr R. Donaldson, 'A poor married man'; rccitation, Master J. McNicol, 'The road to Hogan's gap,; song, Mr R. Davis, 'I'm twenty-one to-day ; song, Mr I I. Allan, ' On the back of Daddy '; National Anthem. A dance followed, the music being supplied by Mr W. Ncsbet, while Messrs T. Scott and R. Donaldson officiated as M'C's.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

FEAR OF NASTY MEDICINE. The fear of having to take nasty medicine causes many a child to hide irregularity of the bowels. Chamber lain's Tablets are so pleasant and easy to take and so free from harsh effect that they can be given with safety to children. Every mother should ke?p Chamberlain's Tablets in her medicine chest. —Sold by all stores Boort and Quambatook.

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Wounded Soldiers' Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

Wounded Soldiers' Letters. Writing to his mother from the .Ni, : | Genera! Hospital, Hrliopclis, under date j August 15th., Lieutenant Arthui Hamil ton says The bally Turks' got one home on me at last, but fortunately it is not serious. I got into a sho'.vcr of liombt whilst holiliiifj a Turkish trench we h.nl taken and stopped n piece with my nose, which came out of 1 iv mouth. It is now almost bealel up and will hardly leavo a mark. My water bottle also stopped a piece which would have caused trouble to my hip, had not the bottle beim; full of water at the time. I arrived here yesterday (Saturday). 'J'he sea voyaRc did 'me yood. You will'pro bably have hear.l ere this of iriy joininv; Will in the 7tb. Uatt'ti. We both ^ot our Coin missions as and. Lieutenants last Sunday, the same niqht I was hit and came away. One officer was killed and seven wounded. We were splendidly treated and looked after on the way over 0:1 the boat, with 'plenty of orderlies to "look after us, nnd t;ood f...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Remedies for Horse Sickness Abusing a Faithful Servant. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

Remedies for Horse Sickness (By T.D., Boort.) Abusing a Faithful Sorvant. Tin.- horse is the most useful ser vant ol man, as he is one of the most noble of animals. lie is for tunate if he falls into the hands of a kinil and considerate master. Fully one half of the horses used in civilised countries are driven by persons brutal in their temper and instincts, who, comitij; into pos- j session of a horse suffering from disability, inflicted by some former owner, or perhaps reduced in value j by age, are sold for a song, and ! thereafter the poor tortured brutes | wear out a most miserable existence, j until at length they drop in their tracks, literally driven to death. Thispieture is not over-drawn. Go j into any of our cities and on to any | of the farms of the laud ami See ' animals in every stage of incurable i disorders. On farms, horses dis- j abled for city use, in the pos- j session of some renters whose only j aim seems to be to see how soon ! and on how little food he can w...

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Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

Tennis Club. The annual meeting ol the Tennis club w;is held on Wednesday night, Mr. W. J. Leech presiding. The first business proceeded with was the election of officers and the re sult was as follows:—President, Mrs Daniels ; vice presidents, Messrs W. J. Leech and H. Bertram!; secretary and treasurer, Mrs Mears committee, Mrs l'nrkhill, Misses Watson, Wilcox, and Mr. II. Jury. The subscription was fixed at as 6d for the season and it was decidcd to arrange a working-bee to put the courts in order. Opening day was fixed for Saturday October 2nd. The balance sheet showed a credit of j£i-tSs-i id, the receipts being ^7-i8s-gd and the . expenditure ^5-i9s-io. A vote of thanks was accorded the retiring secretary, Mr. Parkhill for his services to the club.

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The Man on the Land. DAIRYING. The Cow's Udder. An Instructive Article. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

The Man on the Land. S3 mmmmmsm® DAIRYING. The Cow's Udder. An Instructive Article. tt !° JFollowi"ff article by Mr Hugh O. Asselltinc, in au essay competition at the University Farm bchool, California, won the first prize :— The cow's udder is a delicate piece of machinery, as sensitive to abuse, ill-treatment and improper care as a watch. Few dairymen, however, realise this fact, or, if they do, no one could ever detect it by the care they give their cows. To avoid the losses so common in the big dairies, it is essential that dairymen know .something 0f the structure of the udder, "and the many factors which unite in causing udder troub es, together with some idea of how to combat them The udder of the cow is com posed of two separate halves, the right and left halves which are separated by fibrous tissues. There is no connection between the two" halves, so milk cannot be drawn from one to the other. The milk glands proper are located near the abdomen, and extend downwaid mto the ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

Public Notice. J. R. C R E10, GENERAL STOREKEEPER AND PRODUCE WEMff. 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. FURNITURE AT MORLEY JOHNSON'S The Largest Furnishing Warehouse in Victoria, and Un-equalled for Value and Choice. Furniture. Ironmongery,,Linoleums, Blackets, Crockery, Carpets, Bedsteads, and Curtains. We, Stock— O'CEDAR MOPS. A genuine labor 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. BO RUNG STORE. O. T. WILLS' Spring Fashion Show, 1Q15 New Dress Materials : :i French and English Serges in navv stripes and new checks. Plain and Fancy Hajiit Cloth in single dress lengths. A great v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

Public Notice. SANDHURSTand Northern District. TRUSTEES, Executors, and Apencv COMPANY, Limited, Bendigo. 2 V* Established 18SS. This Company is prepared to administer the Estates nnt „v ,v in val-o /MO of any sold.er, being a resident of Bendigo or Nonhirn nifiriet. .lyinp w'"lst on active service during the nr(.«,.nt jNorthern (fly rli.ir^o for commission. Money to Lend P 1 War froe of ■ntl. Esq- chairman. iiu*r fiou-lfic. vicc-chniiiu.n). DIRECTORS: .Tl,ff}h H Ab« eta Jt>hn DrJuhn Melntyrc Eailie William Crowley, Esq.. solicitor. George V. Ltinsell, Esij., mine owner. £i;ir:i'' ..j„v street. Bendigo JAMES F. H. McQDIE, Mnimger. 1 ' View Street, Bendigo. AGENTS for oUiBELL'S SHEEP DtP ^ ATLANTIC sheep^ nuanqinq Liquid ■3isko RABBIT K'n.tf GRAIN HIDES TALLOW FURS sh EE rsk ins and general Rroduoe Brokers * SPECIAL department FOr BUTTER. omomo—461-471 bourkc qr Melbourne. warehouses - newmark9t& To Farmers DON! NT.t.Ll-XT AN URGENT DUTY. MAKE YOUR WILL NOW AND APPOINT FAR...

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