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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 14 October 1915

Public Notice. Boort Traders' Association. Committee Mooting. A MEETING of th'j above will be hold mi Monday evening noxt at S sharp ir the Metlmnicn' hall. S. 0. LACY. Hon. See. Boort Progress Association. AMKUTING of t'io above will be held in the McehanicB' Mull on Tuesday evening at 8.J10 «narp. Full attendance requested. Members are part:ciilarly requested l.o attend as the business is important. GEO. KIKKHAM, Hon. See. For Sale. Q J J A ACRES freehold, 7 miles from Ivclnica, 2 miles from school and post office: well fenced and subdi vided: dam: splendid feed Four pounds acre quick sale. J. !•. I.IiTHI.KAJf, A^enl, Korong Vale. Situation Wanted. "ITAN, thoroughly competent stack VI building* lender nnd harvester driving, wants employment, haivest. Ap» ply this officc. Shire of Gordon. BOORT SHEEP DIP. "J^rOTlCIi is hereby Riven thai the Boort 1\ Sheep Dip will be open for dipping on and after Monday, iSth October, Own ers of sheep to make application to the Shire Secretary, and...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 14 October 1915

THKKE'S SOME CAUSE When there is a tickling in the throat you may rest assured there is some cause, probably inflammation. Take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy at once and you will realise its quick, soothing and healing influence. Not only does Chamberlain's Cough Remedy reduce the inflammation, but it also strength ens the throat, making it stronger and more able to resist disease.—Sold by all stores Boort and Quambatook. Public Notice. 'CommonraltbJffttJanf^ Hnstmlia IIKAD OFFICK -VdNKY General Banking Susiness CITIES and TOWN3 of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON . Cable remittances made to. and draft* dr.wn >n f >rpl.f- •, djn.«-r . Foreign bill npRotintcMl nml collected. l/>ttTi of crrdit i--w—I ;tn> pi-?, of }!,«• v.V.rM • Banking and Kxchanse Itu^jnos-* of every d»*«''f '[>' ■ ' t .m* •••! u i! inn »h»- <:• .in !n<>n wraith United Kingdom and abroad f!urrriit .»•• • i ;'h ••••:.-ii 1 n'»r- «r p.ii : n i-v.-d dep<>«itn Advance® made agains...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
For Acid Stomachs Use Magnesia. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 14 October 1915

For Acid Stomachs Use Magnesia. Ihe almost universal use of mag nesia by physicians and specialists in the treatment of stomach troubles is due to tin: fact that it stops food fermentation and neutralises the acid the direct cause of nearly all stomach troubles. O! the many forms ol magnesia such as oxides, carbonates, sulphates, \c., the most .suitable and ellicicnt, and the one prescribed by leading specialists, is bisurated magnesia, halt a tcaspoon lul of which in a little warm water immediately after eating will in stantly neutralise the acid, stop the fermentation, and thus ensure pain less normal digestion. L'are should be taken to get bisurated magnesia, as its action is infinitely more elVec the. It is also, by the way, usually stocked by chemists in convenient compressed tablets as well as in the ordinary powder form. Stomach sufferers and dyspeptics who follow this plan and avoid the use of pepsin, charcoal, drugs and medicines are invariably astonished to lind that the s...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BORUNG. Red Cross Society. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 14 October 1915

BORUNG. Red Cross Socioty. On Friday lust, the Io-mI brirtch of the I iiotl Cross Society sent to (lie Centni| ' Depot, the fullou-in^ nrtielcs : — One | ch"ler.i holt, two pairs ihiimc! under- j pants, throe /humc) utiJcrahitts, three j pyjanm suits, five |>yjiim<t trousers, five j | pairs of s >o!is. and 70 hue-washers. It i was decided th>it a euchre party and dance j I tic held in t!ie low! h.ill on Friday, Oc I tuber 2-ml, !» raise fundi for the loeul branch. Admission to the euehro party will be Is nil round, ;wd to dunce — ^•ents Is 'id. Indie-, free. The euchre will Btft"t nt ^ p.m. sharp. Mrs Smith, secre tary of the locnl branch, has kindly ofldol to donate the lady's prize. At the lust meeting, Mrs Ucaiy kindly donut-id a quantity "f llnnnel to the local Red Cross Hruuch.

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 14 October 1915

Atiotio" Nofiecs. Special Horse Sale ftidav, October 22, 1915. 200 Horses Offered. A. M'LEAN & CO. In conjunction with j. G. DAY & CO., ^•.7: .1 Spcrial i lorsc Sale on |.v'.iiovc»!atc, when ;!icy will ynrd !!erjfs mostly {-year old Colls (unbroken) really a good it 'c'tv: -torn the hwfers. Further cntri,** invited. Pj!: [T.rticuliir? tator. Um TR ENGHARD I AS'POK m & STATION AGENTS. MKUX'I'KSK Co*lint Street t;HAS<:>>.}.< : . i1) «ilt»n Wy:!i« . Kerm.;, -„,,l Hill and (X.S.W ; Jg(,f *r.«l C'Ui!.' Ti.!■ !.- promptly sr. I ci:ro<l .niil I,i.:nic!. by -i-udinc full par. . ,-f any stock I hoy in ay intend 1. llixl » I' lUiiv :litvi^t Ouy«r>. Mil' THKSi-HMl!) <fc HO.. Boort. 1 Coughlin, ,v\V0KX VAM'AT' >Ti), Property Salesman i*.:t. i-riicr. tit ii rut t'-mmi-oii-n Agent. A;'-;* ■1 •' A (■ I-. W.i'ijt /uicl Co., ■ ftmuii.'.' "it.! Melbourne';! &■•(<-Hsrri« !:;ip!,'!»oi)!N. CluUerbuck J Kii...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
District News. WEDDERBURN. Methodist Circuit Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 14 October 1915

'District News. WEDDERBURN. Methodist Circuit Mooting. I lie _quartcrly meeting of tlic .Methodist Church Inglcwood Circuit was held at Wedderburn on Satur day. Tne Rev. A. Pittcrich. super- I intendent, occupied the chair, and representatives wore present from , ■ Inglcwood, Herrimal, Korong Vide, and Wcd(lcrl)iirn. The meeting opened with singing and prayer; j then followed the report of members which showed Inglcwood end of circuit. S}, Wedderburn ifio, or a i total of 2.}^. On account of there | being a deficiency last quarter a special mreting was held during the term, at which a stipulated amount was apportioned to each preaching place, and the matter having been brought before the various congrega tions. a surplus on this quarter's in come over the expenditure resulted. It was derided that the usual retiring collections be made in each church on Christmas Pay, in aid of the Children's Home. The reports from Sunday Schools and Christian En deavour societies were satisfactory. ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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MYSIA. Red Cross Work. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 14 October 1915

MYSIA. Rod Cross Work. The local bianch of the Hod Cross pur pose linking » eprciiil effort to augment the funds. Tho movement will take tho form of « f'»ir, which will be hold on 27th inst., and will comtiiencc about 1 p.iu., and is to ho followed by a euelne party and dunce in tho evening. Tho members of the P.ed Cross Society are sparing 110 trouble to ensure tho success of tho effort, and no doubt tho public generally will r- cogniso and appreciate their efforts, and do their best to supplement tho numbers' work by a liberal patronage. It i8, of course, rccognisod that the mag nitude of the iti'ort 11 >w being liiado by the >;nl!ant l'uls nt Uallipoli .mil the sacriticea tiny art! 111:1*4111^ calls f <r a warm hearted support from those at liom\ mil ' us under the modern conditions of war fare and l,h.j increased facilities fur the taking of human life. undo possible liv the tcrriblo weapons of destruction now in use, combined with the extraordinary number of me...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Sunday Reading. Thoosophy A Roliglon of Negation. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 14 October 1915

◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊   Sunday Reading.     Conducted by Rev. E. Eldridge, Boort. ◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊             Theosophy A Religion of   Negation. Mr Philip Mauro, who was for many years a leading Theosophist, has con- tributed by request of the editor "The King's Business," a fine article on theosophy entitled "The Order of the Star of the East." The writer shows how difficult has been the task of intro- ducing "true Christianity" among the Eastern peoples. A century of un- tiring missionary zeal, not without good results, has still left a more numerous heathen population than at the begin- ning of Christian enterprise. This very unsatisfactory state of affairs is supposed to be due to the rationalising tendencies of the times embracing   what is known as the Higher Criticism and the " New Theology." The Eastern   nations, like the an...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Pure-Bred Bulls. The Percentage in Denmark. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

Pure-Bred Bulls. The Porccntago In Denmark. Stock breeders can be divided into three classes, viz., breeders of pure-bred stock, breeders cf cross breds or grade stock, and breeders of nondescript or scrub stock. To classify the stock breeders of any country under these three headings is not a difficult task, but to con vert the breeders of the second and third class into breeders of the first class is another matter. It is just this feat that Denmark has suc ceeded in performing. When it is said that 93 per cent, of the Danish bulls actually at the stud are pure bred, the reader need not be told that Danish breeders as a whole belong to the first class, and when j it is added that the percentage five or six years ago was over 87, it will be evident that they have chosen'1 their classification for some good ; reason. i A live .stock census has recently ' been taken in Denmark, which dis- | closes the extent of the movement j in that country towards the pure- ] bred, and a summary of...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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, October 21. Hospital Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

NORTHERN DISTRICT STANDARD with which is incorporated the Boort Standard, KorongValc Lancc. and Quam batook Herald. Interesting reading matter will be found on our sixth page. Thursday, October 121. Hospital Sunday. The management of the lnglewood Hospital is deserving of congratulation upon the very satisfactory repoit which they have been able to present of the past years' operations. The balance sheet discloses a small debit balance, but when the unprecedented times, the war and the di ought, are taken into consideration, the position is all The more satisfactory, and clearly points out that, despite these grave factors, the hospital is .weii carrying out the beneficent work for which it was in stituted. it occupies a high place among the most valuable public in stitutions of tiie district. The gentle men who voluntarily and constantly de vote valuable time to managing the business concerns of the institution are deserving of the gratitude of the com munity for their competent an...

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Essential Plant Foods. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

f. .v_v. .v. v, .9.P.?, 9.9 p.p. -C^9 .9.9, .9 9 O9. « .«; J Esscnt/a/ Plant Foods. Is there hesitation about accept ing the statement ? A very few sentences will show it to be right. It is well known that there are ten chemical elements tint are ab solutely estential to the production of crops, viz. Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, po tassium, calcium, sulphur, mag nesium and iron. These may be divided into three groups, the first consisting of car bon, hydrogen and oxygen, the second of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and calcium, and the third of sulphur, magnesium and iron. The three elements in the first group are obtained by plants from the air and water, but the elements in the second p.ud third groups are obtained direct from the soil. Of the elements named in the third j group only a very limited quantity ■■ is required, while the supply in the soil is very large. Hut with the second group the position is just the reverse. The amounts present in the soil are ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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FROM VARIOUS SOURCES [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

FROM VARIOUS B Out in the v.:.. 'n , ■li'K.Ti Hves *stra s -'""-I I!,-:;,. ^ .tru aonu; Turi-..- ■ ''"-'Jvr. •£: '•v"at yon Hi.,, position in !''a-.,v I* "•ar they iulVt. £ Jackeroo to n\ !•: .. . '*> :rV 11111 i» as trioticaliv Au;,t i -;! .-orno of hi, Kaiser as th- : ... .:"**** * .mil another ha. : i.i that "U'oary W:, Ull. lillt lllp I;.;,. ... . ;tj. Turk who .-a;. • 3!i * i again for ton >A-. Aa long as ii;;; And idI.j a.,_. As long as ii,.;. O/er every , So ionit wiji And idle ton;.-. Tor the lo^ The inore t:,. ixv '1 he "dunyar appear, aceorii:.; • - • liT- ,ij :ii the train:;:.. c-rij an over jjrtuvi;.; nad no uai;.,:, . : ;-v" ^ allotted to ;... ••"•v --a; uelay in tl;--i. T: ihai body o: r- , -• !::< ; prolonged t>y :. , : and ih ir i- , short leavi- . rise to ciiali SIT: taken witii >;o ■ annoyanee -.w.ii .. doservinj;. -y, . *' -:Z long as Wli. : - ... r*..,. L; " ' you haven't; you." That v,.: •..0 -• liiat w. tiniv.i .. " '.r;i the 1'oners 'i ....

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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THE HORSE SUPPLY. Years of Scarcity in Prospect as a Result of the War. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

THE HORSE SUPPLY. Years of Scarcity in Prospect as a Result of the War. Tho wastages of the war will mean a scarcity of horses for years to come. The deficiency will not be confined to the belligerent nations, but will be genera! in all lioriiobroeding and horse using countries. Even if it were to ] end at once, the war would already i have declmatcxl the studs of the world, for the neutral, as well as the coniba- | tnnt territories, have been drained to i an extent unparalleled since the breed ing of horses became an organised Industry. This aspect of the war has j a direct and doublo bearing upon farm- j ing. It has already reduced the sup ply of animals of all types below nor mal requirements, and further reduc tions are threatened and will undoub tedly occur U hostilities bo prolonged. Little Jew (to hfs' friend Ikeyt; Yes; he said something against En> i land. 1 said, "If you eay that again i I'll knock you down." He turned as ■ white as your shirt, Ikey." Then, ! looking mo...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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WAR COINCIDENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

WAR COINCIDENCES. The long arm of coincidence was never more strikingly Illustrated than by the remarkable cases of hospital reunions related by the Commanding Ollicer of the Welsh General Military Hospital. Recently a nurse entered one of the wards, calling the name.oi" a certain soldier, who was due to lake his medicine, in response to the call a mau sat up in one of the beds, but further inquiry showed that although the surname was the same, the Chris tian name was different from that of the man sho was seeking. At that moment, the right mau, who was well enough to hobble about, ar rived upon the scene, and then, to the nmazcment of the nurse and the other occupants of the ward, the patieuts recognised each other as brothers who [ hau not met for many years. What 13 ■ more extraordinary still, the two j brottiers had be-in in the same ward for several days without either being aware of the other's presence. Even more extraordinary is the case of two men In another ward, who, when...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KORONG VALE NEWS Patriotic Workers' Club [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

KORONG VALE NEWS Patriotic Workars' Club A meeting of the Patriotic Work ers' Club was held on Thursday night, president O'Donoluic being in the chair. The secretary, Mr Lecch, presented a statement showing a crcdit balance of jQ2 12 6, which Mr Sublet had added to by the pres entation of ,-CS. half proceeds of the recent school concert, making a total of ,£1° i: (1. A vote of thanks was passed to the school staff for the handsome donation, while compli mentary reference was made to the pleasing and successful manner in which they had carried out the enter tainment. Mr Sublet acknowledged the compliment hut said they would not have succccded so well had not individual helpers and the public given such splendid assistance. It was decided to purchase more sup plies and the president, secretary and Mr Sublet were authorised to select and obtain the requirements. While it was admitted that there was an improvement in the attendance at work meetings of late it was still considered less t...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

Public Noticc. Under New Management. SCULLY'S HOTEL. K0R0R8 VALE, J. J. JEWELL, Licensee Under the careful management of the above, the public arc 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 Spring Fashions. MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY. Wo i>re now showing .1 very tine assortment of Spring Goods Fc-r the c< Season, and new novelties are arriving every week i/ouipriMng the very latest creations in— Spring Millinery, Ribbons and Flowers, Tadgel Ready to Wear Hats, Dainty Hats for little children and Stylish Hat" for the biggei Girls at our usual Very Moderate Prices. 0.:t Hep-irtineut is stocked with most up-to-date Materials at Unbeatable Prices. There are — Crew's, rosebud design?, at Gd per yard Griiton Voik--...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

School Gommittoe. At a meeting of the School Committee on Wednesday night plans and estimates were submitted relative to the proposed minaturc rifle range which it is proposed to have in connexion with the school. The plans were submitted by the Department and the estimate of cost by Mr. Godfrey. Including labor and materialthc cost was set clown at .£8-5, which, through elimimating the labor item by means ofa working bee the charge upon the erection of the range would be Jj5. Messrs A. G. Davis, A. Sublet, Mr. Godfrey and VV. J. Leech were appointed a committee to arrange for and super vise crection. It is hoped to organise another school entertain ment later on to raise the money entailed in the crection of the range. It was reported that Mr. F. Vernon had installed a stand pipe and tap in the front garden free of charge and a vote of thanks was passed to him.

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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NEWS FROM THE FRONT [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

NEWS FROM THE FRONT Private Dougald O' Bricn in letters dated July 17 and August 1 says:— Wc arc still in the same placc and trying to sap nearer the Turks. Achi Baba is the key of the situation. The big guns of the fleet arc pound ing it all day. The heavy lire dies down at dark and you then war the thunder of rifles tire as <>r»r lads start to hunt the Turks out w;h the bayonet. Wc arc twelve miles from Achi Baba but can sec quite plainly where the shells irom the ships burst. Sometimes a crusicr comes along to where wc arc and gives the Turks some "hurry up" for two nr three hours. If the enemy attempts to make any move at night time he is soon found out by the searchlights of our de stroyers. Every night too they shell the Turkish trenches in front of us. It is pretty rough on them as they get no peace day or night. To day wc were supplied with re spirators as there arc rumours about the Turks using gas, so wc will be prepared lor them. It is bad country to use gas...

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THE RING AROUND GERMANY. NOT CLOSED ON THE SWISS BORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

THE RING AROUND ; gekmany. NOT CLOSED ON THE SWISS BORDER. The iron ring around Germany nud Austria is not cioscd (writes tlio cor respondent of an American paper). 'I'lie Allied Governments have seemed inclined to. shut an eye on tile gap at the Swiss bbrder whilo awaiting nil amicable settlement of the questions involved. Recently, however, public -sentiment has neen aroused in France, and a demand is made that the door lie closed at once, and that the iron ring he made complete. The vast majority of the Swiss, it is said, favor the cause of the Allies, but there is a small pro-Herman party, located' for the most part near the German -frontier, and there are many German business men at present in Switzerland. The animus of the French In the matter is quite intelligible. They say that it is wholly unjust that while they are furnishing Switzerland with the primary means of subsistence, as well as with the principal materials for the carrying 0:1 of her commerce. Switzer land should ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Transformed Sunshine. Products that do not Deplete the Soil. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

Transformed Sunshine. Products that do not Deplete the SoiL "To sell Hutter fat or sugar means, froui the standpoint of fer tility, to sell transformed sunshine, air and water." So says Bulletin No. 204 of Kan sas State Agricultural College, U.SA. The statement is novel, but its novelty is only in the method of Expression—not in the fact. The three elements, carbon, hy drogen and oxygen, are the only ones found in such materials as fats, oils, sugars and starches, and they are the elements that are ob tained by plants from airand water, the ultimate sources of which are unlimited. Hence it is that pro ducts such as butter fat and sugar do not impoverish the soil:—they can be matketed without the loss of anything from the farm that in course of time will have to be re stored.

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