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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914
HicivKD his hack. "I r.Vkcd my b.nk .-ru e x-ly was in - : i let&lt;> f tarn) iij>rij:!;l," writes Mr Thus. I'. .■Miihirr. Kiicleji, Vk» ."I had sea Clnu - l.erliin's Tain Ba.hu :.d wr*Wr.for strain , and tin uglit I would sec what it would d lor nil-. The. first application irivt me i e ief :ii d I- was quite, myrrh' agai.i after using • n'.y a quarter of a bottle."
CHURCH SERVICES April 5. CATHOLIC CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914
CHURCH SERVICES April 5. Catholic Cziokcu ■ mnra'.iil, early ^ lio'tt. laic ('h'uki'h of Evoland. ■:;-'j3oort-—11 a in., and 7 ho p.m. iuv. f. E. lewis. ■ - 1'iifsuyrkr i.\s. boort—llii.tu Durham ox—" p.m. : Pyramid Hill-7.30 p.m. . - . Ebv G. A. stkuwut. Church of Christ. Boort—11 a.m.; 2 45 p.m., HiUc sclioo ; 7.30 pin., gospel service. vrg h. Olufiki i). Metjodist. -Boort—11 a.m., ij.M. dep.: 7.00, h.m. • dep. ~ cntupmal - 3.11.11. dep Yancio—3, Hev Kent lalte manual—7,' 0 mr M'l •u-en Minujinuie- 7.30, Bev kent
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914
Blotches On Fau CAUSED BY BILIOUS CONDITION Nothing is more worrying to peo ple,- especially ladies, than to have (heir complexions spoiled by pim ples and blotches. These are Invar! ably due to poor condition of the blood, caused by a disordered liver not performing its functions, and a remedy that will set the liver right is consequently the only thing to free one from these disfiguring and pai nful eruptions. An excellent in stance of the edicaey of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills as a blood puri fying remedy is related by Miss Vio let Tlayley. of :! Moores Street, off liotany lid.. Alexandria. X.S.W.. who writes:—"just a few lines to say that I have been tailing I')r. Morse's Indian Hoot I'ills and found iltev do mo a great amount of good. Pre viously 1 was always suffering from Uilioiis Attacks, in addition to this 1 had' red patches on my face and was languid" and tired every day. Having taken doctor's medicine; without feeling any better, for it. and'as one of my cousins had re...
Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914
Cycling and.Motor Notes. [By Our Special Correspondent.] Tlu- Wellington Cycling Club of Welling ton, N..S. W., l;;i- now secured third pl.u in connection with the Dunlop 100 miles Helny Team Competition—this club's te.uu of ten riders having carried n despatch over 100 miles in 4 hrs. 38jnins. 54 sees. This performance betters .that of the Mat hurst Club (X.S'.W.) who previously held the third fa-test record in the test by.over two minutes. The individual relftys.pt tun mile* were covered as follows:—Kellalian, 27 mips; 30 sees ; (been, 32 mins. 39 sees ; O'Brien, 28 mins 4 sees; MeConncll, 27 mins. 23 I sees; Hrown, 28 mins 26 sees; Hood, '26 mins 1 sec ; Britt, 27 mins 55 sees ; Cameron,' i 27 mins 59 sees ; Gibson, 26 mins 59 scosrl Hoskins, 25 mins 21 lees. 1 he hr-'t and second fastest times recorded so lar m the eoinpetitnms are 4 hrs. 23 mins. 13 sees, lr the Coharg Club, .Melbourne, and 4 Mrs.- 34 mins. 1 see., by the North Suburban Club; IVrtli. J ne test fimslies up at th...
QUAMBATOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914
QUAMBATQOK. Our train.service is consistent in its inconsistency, and the trains from the north are now on a par with those reaching here from Bendigo. An official intimatum posted outside the local Post Office, to the effect that no mails will be delivered after 7.30 p.m. in future, might make the public bestir themselves in an endeavor to bring about a better state of ciffo i rs The head teacher of the Quam batook State School (Mr Ramsay) is in receipt of a communication from the Education Department to the effect that necessary works such as laying on water, additions to residence (bath room and wash house), and a dividing fence be tween the school and^ residential quarters are to be effected. Mr Ramsay, in charge of the local State School, is arousing the interest of the scholars in experi mental agricultural plots in the school grounds, and has offered a prize at the end of the year for the best kept plot. A practical farmer will be asked to adjudi cate thereon. Mr J. S. Harris...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914
REMEMBER WHEN YOU GET YOU GET HEALTH TOO! " 1 have spenl many years in my profession as a nurse, both here and in Victoria. I have nursed the sick of all descriptions, and some have been very low and weak. The question always arises in the mind of the nurse what is the best medicine for a patient when thoroughly run down or to keep them from getting low and prostrated. Fromyearsof experience and close observation 1 can say I know of no medicine as good as CLEMENTS TONIC as a nerve food and appetising medicine, creating a desire for nourishment. It quickly gives health and strength. (Signed) NURSE WILKINSON." j A PROFESSIONAL NURSE well : known throughout Western Australia, writes her opinion. NURSE ALICE WILKINSON, 21 Hyde Street, Nth. Perth, sendi this letter : svFtem rsSbattercd through exhaustive studies, fever, wasting illnets or brain f.ig, ihi> medi. cine properly regenerates nerte power, because it is rich in properties that create ho lily health and strength. It is health...
SPORTING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914
SPORTING NOTES The last round in the Boort Dis trict Cricket Association will be played on Saturday. Marconi and Boort are even, each team having ' beaten the other twice. If these two leading clubs win their matches to day—Marinal-Leauhurand-Boort Barrapoort—there will be a play-off, and the-match .should evoke a lot of interest. '•>_ Playing against Leaghur on Satur -day list, Jim O'Donnell again dis , tinguisbed himself by scoring 77. He has played most consistently all > through the season, and has been a big factor in the suc cess of the Boort team. . The Quacnbatook races will he held in Mr S. Cameron's paddock, at Quambatook, on Wednesday next Good entries have been received for the seveia! events, and a splendid day's racing should be witnessed. At the Wedderburn ' races last week Mr J. Proctor's McKinney .Miss ran second in the Bracelet -■■;:;iV'-rr-S:'.Tr0t of \y£ .ruiles. She wis carry ing over 1.3st.. which was a big han dicap, and told in the end. The second test ...
NEIGHBORS SAID HE WAS A DYING MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914
NEIGHBORS SAID HE -WAS DYING MAN.> Chronic indigestion and sickness after food and severe pains were all quickly cured • by a very simple lemedy in the case of Mr R. >avi gan, 1], Gloucester Street, Barnard town, Newport. Mon. Jn a letter refeir.ng to ber-husband's illness, jffrs Bavigan writes :—"He did not know whet it was to eat a meal without it coming back," which ap pears to have been bis condition ior a considerable time, until his wife, while reading a ladies' paper, saw ordinary bisurated mignesia recom mended for indigestion, and obtained—, a small-quantity so that her husband might try it. A few doses gave Mr Savigan great relief, and before he bad finished, the first supply the • trou hie". wasr.p;ac .icaHycared. 1\> use Mts Savigan's own words: He can eat his food and is looking splendid, and can do bis work ; in fact,1 all the "people about here loek at him,-- for they all said he was a dying man. . The quantity of bi surated magnesia that cured Mr Saviganwas ...
WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914
WOMEN'S INTERESTS (By "Ambrasiiio.") "Those in tlio know" aro deep iu lll° J,iU1,1'i,lCss ^ th« Wou aamf:, J,ow' tll°average .[fill ittiapt terf l0 lJjem_ dosur^ 'U1,t ^ no'uau wrth +™. , i ■the woman ^ ^tislic-d wad iasnion m its S fte5^m' &lt;-iud mustnwi-am from ri, e °f garments adaptablo fir? nioro Slender relatives and fnends At present the main object seems to bo the attainment of as large a n aist measurement as possible, and the tlm!'ilr ■vlm c'an tnuuipuantly announce that her past-normal 26-in. waist' has developed into 3d m. may feel she is indeed in the trout rank of fashion, it is fortunate that this suddeu c 'auge ol outhno should come just ut the tune when everyone is about to re plenish tier wardrobe. This widening ol our waisis, though 011 the tapis for i some considerable lime, has now actu ally arrived. The need for the iac-ra waist has become imperative, if i result day modes are to be regarded at all. Never have the natural lines of tlio figure been all...
ARGENTINA'S WHEAT INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914
ARGENTINA'S WHEAT INDUSTRY. Argentina, in spite of poor marketing facilities and a backward fanning po pulatiunj already ranks third among the throe wheat-exporting countries of tlio wovld.. Its area devoted to wheat cul ture lias doubled during the past 10 years, and is three times as large as it was.,only 15 years ago. There is every prospect', too, of a still greater advance in tlio near future. In the August United Empire,'Mr. S. llodred, of Buenos Ayres, gives an interesting ac count of cereal-growing in this South American republic, which bids fair to become one of tlio world's granaries. Owing to conditions of climate and soil, Argentina cannot, it would scum, enter into serious competition with Canada in the production of "'strong wheat. Barletta wheat, originally brought from Italy, forms about 70 per cent, of tlio crop, and Russian wheat 20 per cent., while the remaining 10 per cent, would include various classes of wheat, some of which are grown spe cially for making maca...
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914
MELBOURNE LETTER (.'From Our Special Correspondent). -There is :i lingo scheme for the beuiiiilieatioii of a Jong stretch- of the' banks of tli® Yarhi'.. it involves the oxpeiiciiluru of an immense sum, but j that is regarded light-heartedly by the many people whose Alpha and Omega j is tho building up of the city, regard- | less, of the vital :need for the develop- j went of the country. In connection with this precious scheme for providing miles of delightful drives and gardens for the delectation of city people, while | those who arcfdoing the real work 'of building up the prosperity of the State 1 aro grievously handicapped through want of passable roads, the Public Works Department has made an im portant discovery, It has been fouud that the Ministry, under u very old title, can conipulsorily acquire the lands that are needed. The land along the liver, extending from half a mile to two miles on. either side, is held-by the owners on such terms that, they can bo called upon to p...
THE ONE TO BLAME. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914
THE ONE TO BLAME. The story is told of a well-known Hold tenor," wlio, when asked to sing at a dinner, although he had no music with him, went on to the platform to trv. , He did his host, hut he broke down in in the middle and retired. He was cheered up by* an elderly man sitting next to liim, who tupped him on the shoulder and said: "Never mind, lad, tha's done thy best; hut tli' fsllc-r as asked thee to sing ow't to bo shot," 3
CRICKET. BOORT DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. BOORT DEFEATS LEAGHUR. MARMAL BEATS BARRAPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914
CRICKET. BOORT DISTRICT AS;OCIA TION. .BOORT DEFEATS' LEAGHUR. MARMAL BEATS BARRAPORT. Boort acid Manual hoth'won their gacnea on Saturday. Manual made 104 against Barrapoort'-s 7S, and Boort responded to Beaghur's 7S with 1.3(> for tive wickets.- The de tails of the latter match are :— Leaghur. — F. Thomas, c sub., b Lewin ... 0 H. Loader, e Feliows, b Lewin" .... 1 N. Graham, c Brockwell, b Baines IS D. Jackson, c J. R. O'Donnell, b Lewin ... . ... • ... 5 R. Dunstan, b Baines ...- ■ ... 22 T, Siatter, e Baines, b Lewin : ... -4_ W. Painter, b Baines ... .7. 16 J. Weaver, c Cracknell, b Baines... S. Painter, c J. R. O'Dofiell, "b Baines... ... r " ... P. Grey, not out, ... . ... 0 R. Dunstan, b Baines ... . ... 0 sundries ....... 3 Total ... . ... ... 7S . Bowling—Lewin 4 for 37;" Baines 6' for 38. t '' Boort. J. K. O'Donnell, b Painter ... H- Cracknel;, b Thomas ... 3 S. Pickering, b Jackson ... 13 F. Lewin, b Jackson, ... ... 10 E- Brockwell,'Jbw, b Jackson -2 J. Baines, noto...
CATCH CROPS—THEIR VALUE AND ADVANTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914
CATCH CROPS—THEIR VALUE AND ADVANTAGES. ; A "eatcli," or "stolen" crop is one that is grown between the regular an nual crops of tlio rotation, and which is. not considered the wain crop of the year. Tho oiliof crop of tiio year.'oc cupies the ground during the summer months, while the "eaten" or "inter polated" crop has its active period of growth in the autumn, and perhaps also ill tho spring. In market gard ening, the practice of growing interpo lateu crops is quite common, but in ordinary agriculture it is restricted in coid and temperate climates', and is only cstensively practised in warm countries such as Italy, where numerous second ary .crops are successfully grown after the ordinary corn harvest. In Great Brit-am the practice is most widely fol lowed in the Southern parts of Eng land, where the winters are short, the autuiuuB mild, and the spring early. In the north of England, and in Scotland, where tho climate is more severe, catch cropping is lhucii more restricted, whi...
OF RURUAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 9 April 1914
' OF' &UBAL :IM;TE:RE ST; (By "RtisticuK.") It is good to-have it- oil iliu author ity, of the Superintendent of Exports that there lias huod a groat-.expansion in tho export of 'produce." Mr. Orowc'a figures show : that tho total value of produce shipped for the eight months of th'o current financial year, from 1st July to dSUi'Eobruafyj was £5.68S,73$, compared with £4.I08.5S1 for tho same period of tho previous year. Tho m r.iise amounts to. over, 38 bor cent., and is accounted, for chiefly hv trade in meat and wheat. In dairy produce ncrcasc of £1?4,574, or there was an ' l-iit .nearly 13 per cent. Of this gain but tcr accounts for £153,273, or ll&.po. cent. in advance of tho figures for il.o previous year. The trade in dned ■milk has nearly doubled, whilo business j in eliecoO, to quote tlio words of the superintendent, has "multiplied abuit twelvefold.'' Poultry shows an ad vance of over 50 per.cent. With meat ---o j-.- o period. Tho increase amouuts to 11738,3...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 9 April 1914
I-ICXJS3H0LD KIIvTS. • pad on ii piuce or ivd-liot irbnp'or'on'J mi old shovel heated red-hot. and it will, not only, kill the odour, but leave a fragrant otto-instead.. . t . Ywh-u Into curtain:, are ready to washed, baste a narrow sivip of muslin along each mitor edge and lot'it remain ■until 'Ironed (or drying ..prows,;. is com pleted). and .you will liud your curtains are straight arid &lt;lo not sag us usual. = • no. cup of vinegar is put with tilt water in which colored table cloths arc ..ashed, it will prevent the colour from mailing. . Iron when still damp and they will look equal to new. i* couple of.tablespoons of borax m tho water required for washing atom five pairs f light colored hose will re move all traces of "leather" stain that they may have on them. if oho uses Ciiiueso lanterns for dec orative purposes, put a few liau'dfuh uf sand in the bottom, around the can ;die. This will keep the lanterns from swaying and also prevent their catching fire. , _ To clea...
REPORT ON NHILL FARM COMPETITIONS. (A. E. V. Richardson, M.A., B.Sc. Agricultural Superintendent, in Victorian "Journal of Agriculture.") [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 9 April 1914
REPORT GM NHiLL FARM •, , COtViPE'in'SONS. (A. E. Y. Jticbardson, M.A., B.Sc. Agricultural Superintendent, in Victorian "Journal of Agri . cuituro.'-') - The results of the Nhill form compe titions for lfflo aro: herewith submit ted, and . the opportunity is taken of congratulating tlie Nlnll Agricultural Society on .its' achievement in success fully organising and carrying out thir teen: consecutive annual, farm compe titions. The.number of entries (54) for this year was the highest received during t-lio whole-of the period under review. VALUE OF COMPETITIONS.' - There can be no doubt that . the farm competitions conducted by the society auring the past thirteen, years mivo been productive of a vast amount of good, not only to the individual jompciitors, aud to the iarmors of the districv, out also .these ; cunipotivins have had an undoubted influence on the farming practice of the wheat areas of tue bt'ate. The competitions create a spirit oi eminat-on- ..ad rs loudly -rivalry bet...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 9 April 1914
r\sa\. ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. —FOALING RISKS — COMMENCING WIT [I ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. RATES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID, ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED —APPLY TO DALGETY ® CO., LTD.. MELBOURNE. r vn s? c HARTLEY No. 2, £6/6/-. HARTLEY No. 2, £6/6/-. . HARTLEY No. 2, £0/6/-. i HARTLEY No. 2, £0/6/-. Built throughout of English first quality pattern fittings. liadio iree wfieol; fitted with Ucoanic or VVyngeel tyros. Guaranteed for three years. Lady's Models, £1 extra. HARTLEY No. 1. £10/10/ ■, __ . HAKTiaEY'-No; 1, £10/10r: HARTLEY No. 1, £10/10;-. HARTLEY No. I, £10/10/-. HARTLEY No.,1, £10/10/-. • Buit tiirougiiout of genuine B.S.A. fittings, Eadie coaster lree wheel, bny roako of tyro. Guaranteed for three years. HARTLEY SPECIAL, £12/12/-. HARTLEY SPECIAL, £12/12/-. HARTLEY SPECIAL, £12/12/-. HARTLEY SPECIAL, £12/12/-. HARTLEY SPECIAL, £12/12/-. Built throughout of genuine B.S.A. fittings, Ea...