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EASING THE PAIN. "EMERGENCY DOPE" FOR FIGHTING MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

EASING THE PAIN. "EMERGENCY DOPE" FOR FIGHTING MEN. A prominent doctor urges that f.-.eL soldier and sailor on active service jhoul'j be supplied with an emergency anaesthetic in the form of a tablet ; hat he himself can take when wound ed. He describes the agonies of the wounded man before the ambulance surgeons reach him, and points out Lhat If lie had such tablets In his first aid packet all this suffering would be avoided. The tablet ho suggests would je made of . acetanilid, morphine, one-sixth grain, and saccharin, one right!! grain. Six or eight of these would be In liis kit, with brief, plain instructions as to their use. "The wounded soldier," he writes, "would at once open his emergency kit, cleanse the dirt from the wound as instructed, and either cover the ex posed bullet-holes with an unbroken tablet, or insert one, whole or crushed :o a powder, into a gaping, lacerateu wound, and bind it up as usual. At ;he same time he would chew up or ■wallow one of the tablets, to c...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Man on the Land. A Record Dairy Cow. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

AA A A A V A A A A AAA-AAA. AA A A AJA A.A,v,A A_A>» A $ $ $ $.AA.$ A,^ A A v. 7.0. vA A_A >,A AA >'5 p The Man on the Land. ^ $$ -n $y*i*y?yys»y'*xywy*y'*y*y;*yyy'*yyytw*yyyK**y>*y'*'Ki?yy>*y*yi A Record Dairy Cow. (By R. R. Kerr, Hairy Supervi*1"'-) It' anyone had predicted that the past season the most disastrous in the history of the dairy industry of Victoria would bring to light the first Australian cow to produce 1,000 lbs. of butter and nearly 1.500 gallons of milk, and, further, that the cow would not be a member of one of the special dairy breeds, such a prophet would have been treated with scant courtesy. To the yreat majority of Victorian dairy farmers, and, for that matter, to the writer himself, the 1,000-lb. butter cow was something of a myth, and existed only where ex treme means were taken to force feed, and give undivided attention. We have been too apt to cast doubt 011 the records made in distant lands, but it would appear that there is no reason w...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRITISH AVIATORS. TRAINED BY SHAM BATTLES IN THE CLOUDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

BRITISH AVIATORS. t TRAINED BY SHAM BATTLES IN THE CLOUDS. By J. II. Duckworth in tho Now York "Sun." Sham fights in the ;ilr now form an important part of the schooling of a Rritish Royal I'lyipg Corps recruit. No airman Is dispatched to the front until he has proved In duels fought high up in the clouds thut he lias ncrvi-. courage and skill to lit him to engage la mortal combat a pilot of a Herman Tanbe. For a whole afternoon recently at the lamous aerodrome at Brooklands, near London, t wan lield spellbound at the extraordinary daring of young llrituh officers who were practising three thousand feet above the earth the thrilling circus tumbling manoeuvres that tlioy would be called upon to execute in grim earnest later oil in France or elsewhere. The war game that was being played was an exceedingly fasciliating 0110. An attack was threatened by hostile avntors. It was not known whether | the marauders would come from the ! Hendon aerodrome, about twenty miles j to the north-eas...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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HARDY ITALIAN SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

HAHDY ITALIAN SOLDIERS. The Italian soldier undergoes r more sovere traini:;;: in some respects than auy friend or enemy in the arm ies of Europe. His day begins at 4.30 a.m., and drill and routine con tinue, with a two-hours' break of "compulsory repose," until 5 p.m. After that he has four hours' free dom, but must be back In barracks by nine o'clock, or S.3n in winter, and is supposed to be a-bed when, lialf-an hour later, the bugles sound the "si lenzio." Ho is extremely well cared for by the authorities, but long marches are reckoned among tbe es sentials of his training, and some regiments can cover sixty milea at five miles an hour, and consider It nothing remarkable.

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

TRY IT. An ordinary attack of diarrhtaa may be relieved by a single dose of Cham berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy Only in more severe leases is a second or third dose required. Try it. It has a reputation of 35 years behind it, and is everywhere recognised as the most re liable remedy in use for diarrhoea. —Sold by all stores Boort and Quaraba

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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KORONG VALE MAILS. The following is the new time table of the despatch of mails from Korong Vale:— [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

KORONG VALE MAILS. Tilt? following is the new time table of the despatch of mails from Koronc Vale - To Melbourne Bendigo Inglewootl Wedderburn Wedderbum Melbourne ... ) Bendigo ... [ | Inglewood i Borung ... "^ Mysia ... > Boort ...) Quumbatook ... , I.albert Canine ... , Meatian Ultima ... J Chillingollah ... 1 Manangatang ... I Wycheproof ..."\ Charlton .../ Gienloth ...V liarrakee ■■■( liuckrabanyule. A Wychitella :t. ) Kinypaniel ... 1 Fiery Flat ...J Mon. and Tues., at 7.30 p.m. Wed, Th, Fri (via Bendigo),2.20 p.m. 2.50 p m daily 2.20 daily 2.20 p.m. on Tn, Th, Fri, Sat 2.20 p.m. lues, Th, and Sat. 2.20 daily. 250 Tues and Fri.

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

Public Notice. SANDHURST3^ Northern District. TRUSTEES, Executors, and Atrencv COMPANY, Limited, Bendigo. Established 1S.SS. ThisOompuiy is prepared to administer tl,e Estate*! not r in value .^500 of any soldier, bcin- a resident of Bendi.'.0 or Nnwi 6 District.dying "h.M on active service duri„, t!lc pi-0^Ilt sny clurgo for commission. .Money to U>nd. liee of DIRECTORS' H. AW,.«. E-1.. I'hairiiiiin. , I), .Jo),,, Mclnt.,,, u.uli, vico-cl,j E^i I, H,'!!"e owner ^-V,cw Street, Bed,go. JAMES P. R. McQOlE. M.1ww X !evv Street, Bendigo. ° GRAIN HIDES TALLOW FURS SH EE RSK INS AND GENERAL Produce Brokers QUIBELL^ ATLANTIC BRANO" ra8b L DEPARTMENT BUTTER. t Bo'i Melbourne. W ABB HOUSES - NEWMARKET* To Farmers DON'T XECLHCT AX URGENT DUTY. MAKE YOUR WILL NOW AND APPOINT FARMERS & CITIZENS' TRUSTEE CO. BENDIGO LTD. Y'-ir Kxvc!!!.•• (iuai.intcc Fund, £10,000. Call and have a tilk with M.nwiger, or Write for Interesting Booklet TRUST MONEYS TO LEND: DIRECTORS' C R. K^'i . .' P.. &...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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HOSPITAL SUNDAY. Boort's Good Work. Speech by Mr Sampson, M.H R. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

HOSPITAL SUNDAY. Boort's Good Work. Speech by Mr Sampson, M.H R. Hospital Sunday in aid of tin? lngle wood and liendigo hospitals eventualed at the Hooit school grounds on Sunday last under tin: auspices of the Uoort To .m :ind Fire Brigade Band. Although tin; fittondan-o was <n tlie imall side. tho collection was exceedingly good. During the afternoon tho secretary (Mr Millikcn) Rave figures Hhnwiiin how this district had materially iisidsted the hospitals during the pa=t ten years. These figures rolled vrent credit on the district as ft whole, and on tho band paitieularly. Year after year the band 1ms given its services free in j not only playing, but arranging tho hos pital Sundays in the various nentr-s. This is indeed self-sac .Hiving work, that lias a fur reaching effect in caring for the .sick The band i? one of our institutions, and if it was only for this work, should be heartily supported by every resident of tlie town »nij district. The I'rcsident (Mr Kirkham) ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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OUR RAILWAYS. Revenue of Each Station. A Paying Line. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

OUR RAILWAYS. Revenue of Each Station. A Paying Line. The Railway Commissioners have forwarded U3 their annual report for the year ending June 30. The report contains the usual exhaustive informa tion of the working of the railways of the state. The gross revenue was £399,SS5, or 7.19 per cent, less than that of the preceding year, whilst the gross revenue per traffic train mile was lis H.91d by comparison with 7s -1 Sit! in the year li'UM I. The revenue of the various stations is as follows: — Korong Valo-Chlllirtftollah Lino. Boort — Number of outward passen ger journeys -1,071, revenue .£1,178 . parcels—outwards..i'121 9 s 7d, inwards £213 7s Id ; horses; carriages and dogs, | outwards £13 15s, inwards ^13 2s 3d ; ■ rental!*, £UG -ls7d ; miscellaneous, Is Gd ; ^ goods, outwards -1,09-1 tons, revenue i'2,2.'!'i Us iOil ; inwards 4,935 ton.<, re venue .£3,31-1 -Is lOd ; live stock revenue, outwards £1,850 IGs, inwards £-110 IGs 8d ; total X0.-1S1 9s -Id Kcrong Vale.—Numb...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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FACT and COMMENT. Dangerous Pits [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

FACT and COMMENT. Dangerous Pits Tile !oc;i! Progress Association some little time ago drew the attention of the State Rivers department to dan gerous openings at Lake Boort, and re quested that gratings be placed over them. The secretary (Mr Kirkham) has now been informed that the matter is receiving attention. Width of Tyres. The Secretary of the Gordon Shire Council (Mr C. D. Graham) has re ceived the following letter from the Department of Public Works : — "Ad verting to your letter of the 25th ult. asking that the time for bringing into force the width of tyres provisions of the l.ocal Governmenr Act be extended until October 1st, I91t», I am directed to inform you that, as compliance with the application of your Council would mean setting aside the prfmaious of an Act of Parliament, the Minister of Public Works has decided that he cannot approve of the request of the Council. Telephone Hours. A few weeks ago Mr W. H. Elliott, at a meeting of the Boort and District1 Progress As...

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

FEELING OF NAUSEA. The old saying "Coming events cast their shadows before' is especially true to a bilious attack. You will have warning of its approach. Your appetite will fail, you will feel dull and languid and have a feeling of nausea. As soon as any of these symptoms appear take three of Chamberlain's Tablets and the attack may be warded off. By taking a course of Chamberlain's Tablets you will be permanently relieved of all bilioua. tendencies.— Sold by all atores

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LOCAL PRICES, WHOLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. i LOCAL PRICES, WHOLESALE. Prime hay chaff £6 10s Feed oats 3s 6d Bran Is 3d Pollard ts 4d Potatoes, best £15 Oil cake £15 ton Ouions 10s cwt. Messrs Da'goty anil Company Limited report under date Octob.r ly:--Tlie opening of the 1915-1UKJ won! selling seuson li>"k place to day, an attractive selection both of merino and crossbred being offered to a large attendance of buyers. Tiie new clip, though shortor in staple than last year is exceedingly light in condition, but with few exceptions is tender and thinly grown and carries 1 little or no burr. Tile competition for I all classes of crossbred was very ani- j in.ted anil these description.-- show a rise | of tit teen to twenty per cent above July | rates. On th* other ham! good merinos j .show no change, but medium declined u the extent of per cent., while inferiors were more or less neglected, 1-ur top price for comeback was li'd, cross! red I7d, merino l">d, crossbred pieces 1 I'd.

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Points in Passing. (Written Specially for the "Northern District Stan lard") [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

Points in Passing. (Written Specially for the " Northern District Stan lard ") With the view of suppressing Ger man influence in Government service, the Now Zealand House of Represen tatives has passed the Alien Enemy Teachers' Bill. The Prime Minister (Mr Massey") said there was Rood reason for the bill. Some 'Dominion schools have been conspicuous for some time for their tardy emphasis of loyalty, saluting th'1 flag. and it. has been discovered 'that German influence has been the cause for this lack of demon stration The bill will effect the Do minion's universities as wel1 as its public schools. No enemy subject is to be allowed to teach in the New Zea land schools. The Government's act in passing the bill was precipitated by the action of the 'College Council of the Victorian University, which was urged to dispense with the services of Pro fessor von Zedlitz, but had not done so. Mr Massey said he " wanted to be just to the professor, but he had to be just to his own people befo...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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CORRESPONDENCE. A RETURNED SOLDIER. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

CORRESPONDENCE. A RETURNED S0LD1EU. To ilie Eilitoi'. Sir,—Not only is S. D. Straton's lut ter a reflection as you say on a leading townsman; it is nlso a reflection on the Presbyterian Minister of Boort. Let me say that not in my time did the young man leave here for the front, and 1 was quite ignorant of his return us a wounded soldier till Mr Straton's letter appeared in your paper. .More over, 1 have gone through my church register and cannot discover the brave private's name there. Mr Stratons j oulogy of my lamented predecessor is j somewhat belated and ill-timed, and : reminds me of the gilded monu J ments that are raised over men who, alas i only become heroes when they die; for only a short time before his death was reported, some were busy casting reflections on the man No doubt some good reason can be given for not giving him the welcome in tended. Mr Straton, who appears to be very much hurt about it, might have convened a meeting to give Private Hindson the honor he so ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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District News. BORUNG. ORANGE BLOSSOMS. Coghill—Bremner. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

District News. BORUNG. ORANGE BLOSSOMS. Coghfll—Bromnor. A very pretty wedding was celebrated in tho local Presbyterian church on Wed nesday. l.tlh ins'., the contracting parties being Mr Ircter Stewart Coghill, second son of .Mr and Mrs J. Coghill, and Miss Elizabeth Laity Bremner. youngest daughter of Mrs II; Hromncr, both of Boning. Tho church had been taste fully decorated by the friends of the bride for the occasion. Tluv. ceremony was performcj by the Rev E. Eldridge, of Boort, and among thoso present was Private E. Andrews, from the Bcndigo military camp. The bride who was given away by her brother, Mr C. Bremner, was charmingly attired in a cream silk gown, bodice trimmed with laco ribbon and silk tssaels, skirt, long scolloped tunic with satin trimmings, orange blo-som and veil. She carried a beautiful bou quet of whit'i roses and maiden hair fern. Miss jr. Bremner, sistor of bride, and Miss K. Ooghill, si-tcr of bridegroom, attended as bridesmaids. Mi=n Bremner wore grey s...

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LONDON LETTER. Carmelite House, London, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

LONDON LETTER. Carmelite House, London, August 2S. There are great days ahead! Big things are going to happen. 1 do not pose as a prophet. I simply know they are going to happen be cause they must if tho war is to go on. The Germans will redouble their campaign against us. They realise that time fights on our side. They must srike hard, stiike quickly, and strike decisively if they are to win this war. Therefore we can naturally expect many Zeppelin attacks, con stant submarine activity, ami, poss ibly, even an a;tempt to raid our shores. On our side we must strike soon in Flanders it wi- are to do any thing before the winter comes on. 1 <lo not profess to know tile secrets of our commanders, and if 1 did assured ly 1 would not tell them. )>n; it seeins inevitable that within the next two or three weeks there will lie a great ad vance along tlie Western trout. No one appreciate.; this lad truer than tho Germans themselves. It is no longer a secret that we are moving ra...

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

Public Notice. Shire of Gordon. BOORT SHEEP DIP. "V]"OTICIi is herebv Kiven thai the Hoort L\ Sheep Dip will be open for dipping on and after Monday. i.Sth October, Own ers of sheep to make application to the Shire Secretary, and deposit, at the rate of One Shilling per too, to accompany each application, otherwise same cannot be ac knowledRcd. CLARENCE D, GRAHAM. Shire Secretary. NURSE SMITH, PRIVATE HOSPITAL BOOHT. I^NQUIIUKS by Post or 'Phono at Gi tended to iimnediiitely. Every Comfort. Terms mode:,.to. TruiiiH met if advised, A. LORNE SMITH," BarrisLcr and Solicitor, G ODFHEY-STRKKT, BOORT. ComiuiBsicner for affidavits. J. G. DAY & CO, Stock and Land Agents. BOORT. Ageut9 for— McLeau, McAlister & Co., Melb. Waltor A. Roynell & Co., Bendigo. All stock classed and sold by mem bers of tbo firm in eacb place. Land and Clearing Sales Conducted. D. F. GIBSON, Land and Live Stock and General Commission Agent, High St., Wedderburn. Clearing Saces arvangod. Trust...

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WEDDERBURN. Wedderburn Co-operative Flour Mills. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 21 October 1915

WEDDERBURN. Wedderburn Co-operative Flour Mills. The Wedderburn Co-operative Flour Mills Prop Ltd. has now been registered.   The directors are Messrs -J. J. Funge, M. P. Condon, W. A. Farey, H. Stranag-     an, J. Norman Hennessy. Manager — Mr F. Murray. Mill Manager—Mr E Tischer. Secretary—Mr R.Oehr.F.L.A.V. The registered ofiice is at 59 William Street, Melbourne.

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

Public Notice. To Let. „,vr Paddocks for Horses or rTRr "o (S fV'd). Apply J. C. tvA.XEN'ger B:lrr!ip0rt . . For Sale. inn RFRt* with its beautiful 11 ElD,,in views eiKht miles from l'l mP" vcw Two Storey House. 2 Voltourni. ' :inj conveniences. fj'W"'0;.'/. /tfO cash. Apply Owner, :^rBS»^^Ioi<lclbo,'p:._--. for Sale. freehold. " miles from .l.)a V.tuca 2 miles from school ,1^1 to »,-ll fenced and subdi -.■/^WV «plc.i.li.l feed Tour pounds , k i.KTHI.EAN, Agcnl. KoronR Vale. For Sale. r.nn oaten Chaff. Apply-j- C. (3 CHALLENGER. Barraport. t For Sale. ■ -,,viil!ANP O.U Sacks. Arabercane c'-i Cretl Potatoes, Binder \V. H iil.l.lOTT. For Sale. HORNSBY (kerosene) Oil eu (1 rV Hi Ncarl-V new- In ; trough order: .^2 10s cash. •vf'j' A. W. RINDER, j £ Cowderoy-streot, St, Kilda. pc__Auv Agent effecting a sale Klrweivo 5 [».r ccnt. commission. Eggs fo Hatching. 1)l\CK Orphicptons and White Leg ) Kecci'l layir.i; strains; 5s All cjjijs j;ii."irAntt?cd fertile or ro rt'pl.KTiM.ni,...

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

Gas in the Stomach is Dangerous. ♦ Physicians Recommend the Use of Magnesia. Sufferers from indirection or dyspepsia should remember tli.it the presence of gas or wind in the stomach invariably indicates that the stomach is troubled by excessive acidity. 1'his acid causes the tood to fer ment and the fermenting food in turn gives rise to noxious gases which distend the stomach, hamper the normal functions of vital in'crna! organs, cause acute headaches, in terfere with the action of the heart, and charge the blood streams with deadly poisons, which in time must ruin the health. Physicians say that to (juickly dispel a dangerous accumulation of wind in the .stomach and to stop the fo ul fermentation which creates the gas, the acid in the stomach must he neutralised, and for this purpose there is nothing quite so good as half a teaspoonful of pure bisurated magnesia laken in a little water immediately after meals. This instantly neutralises the acid, thus stopping fermentation and the...

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