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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 9 April 1914

: MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Correspondent). The huge undertaking .which is to bring about the conversion, of the su burban railways l'rom steam to oloot ricity is making steady progress, bub the rate of that- progress does not in spire much hope rim t the first line to be brought under the now system—" that betwoen Sandringham and Broad meadows—.will be ready for operation next year as promised. Most of the plant has necessarily to be made at oversea, factories, but the eontraot for the condensing plant, pumps and power station accessories was 'eoured by a Mel bourne firm. The structures for carry ing the over)lead lines will ba obtained bore, and will ho ereeted by the depart ment. About 1000 men have been, engaged for work 011 thojsite of the power station at Newport,"with which rapid progress has been made.. The building will bo of steel, with reinforc ed concrete walls, and from the archi tectural point of view will be a deoided acquisition to the district. The coal to ...

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
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MARMAL v. LEAGHUR. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 9 April 1914

MAR MAI, v. L,KAGHUE. On Saturday, for their final game, Leaghnr. journeyed to Mar rnal, and, although shcrt handed, a very Vxciting game took place. Batting -first, Leaghur were , dis posed of for GO, of which Duustan and J. Gillies were the only two to reach double figures, with IS and 30 not out respectively, p. Coote, with 3 for 11, was most successful howler. On going to the wickets, Manual found things rather un pleasant, as their wickets were fall ing rather rapidly. Seven wickets were down for 43 runs. However, G; Coote saved the situation, his 43, including 7 4's being made by hard hitting. Marmal totalled 95. Afternoon tea was provided by the ladies. Scores:—, Leaghur.— N. Graham, b W. Alexander ... 0 D. Jackson, b W. O'Donnell R.'Dunstan, cW. O'Donnell, b W. 1 -Alexander ... ... IS "T. Slatter, b W. O'Donnell ... ..W. Painter, b W. O'Donnell 6 S. Painter, c ar.d b W, O'Donnell;,. 2 P. Grey, c W. Reid, b G. Coote ... 3 J. Gillies, not out-. ... ... 10 A. Poxon, b G. Cooto ...

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
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CRICKET. BOORT DISTRICT AS OCIATION. BOORT'S EASY VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 9 April 1914

CRICKET BOOBT DJSTH1CT AS : OCIA TION. _B001TL'd EASY VICTORY. Boort had an exceptionally easy win against Barrapoort on Satur-^ day. Batting firs-, the home team compiled 86, Genat making 19, P. Smith 15, Nash 15, and W., Kos king 10. Baines took four wickets for -41 runs, Xewin 3 for 36, and Brockwell 2 for 0. J. li. O'Dounell and Brockwell made the necessary runs, without loss. The former reached 49, and the latter 33. The details are as follow.:— ■■■■'■ _ : rBarrapoorC W. Hosking, c and b Baines ... 30 F. Smith b Baines ... ... 15 W. Smith, b Baines ... 2 A. Smith, b Baines ' ... ... 6 J: Genat, c anil b Lewin. ... 19 R. Smith, e Parkinson, b Lewin .:. .5 W. Nash, b Lewin ... ... 15 .1. Hosking, run out ... ... 4 P. Hosking, b Brockwell "... 2 FrMalone. not out ' ... ... 0 . W. Prior, b Brockwell ... . 0 •Sundries ... ■ S Total ... •* ... ' ... SO Bcwling.—Lewin 3 for. 30, Baines 4 for 41, Brockwell 2 for 0. Boort. JrR. O'Donnell,' not out 49 E. Brockwell;^ not out ... , .v- 33 ...

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TENNIS. BOORT DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. DURHAM OX v. MARMAL. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 9 April 1914

TENNIS. BOORT DISTRICT- ASSOCIATION. DURHAM OX v. MARMAL. • Tliese clubs met on the Boort Court on Saturday, when the Ox - players proved much too good for their oopo nents, and won every set, winning easily by CO games to 23. The Boort ladies provided afternoon tea_£or the two visiting teams, which was much appreciated. The scores were W. Mason and G. Esler beat S. Gib let t and P. Byrne, 6—1, 6—1. Misses I. Hall and M. Esler beat Mrs Sertoli and Miss Byrne, 6—2, 6—5. A. Esler and E. Coucts beat E. and J. Byrne, 6—1, 6—5. - Misses Hall and A. Esler beat Misses M. and M. Haines. 6—1, 6—3. Crocker and Ault beat G. Byrne and Hindson, 6—1, 0—3. v< Totals—Durham Ox 60 games, Mar mal 23 games.

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POSITION OF TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 9 April 1914

POSITION OF TEAMS. Club ' . CM ^ -P . Boort ... 13 11 2 Marmal ... 13 11 2 Leaghur ... 12 2 9 Barrapoart ;.. 12 2 9

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A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 23 April 1914

A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee.' ,Y< to improvements and inventions. Experiment. Tin.' world is eager I'or something .new, whirl), however sim ple it may ln», will s:tvo labor, or ox jHMiso, or do things bettor. Let "it be more' rojivenient, or promote pleasure or 'safety, or do away will, ran Its, or rcdnre waste. The person who gels public opinion of such an invention is on the road to wealth. Ho will eease to he a servant; he becomes a proprietor. People who handle things in every day use. are the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capital ists of to-morrow. Study the subject of patenting. Road the splendid advice that Edison gives. .Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief countries,—then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. ,i. It til nr. workman or ioreman. or vour ingenious tneiid has .produced a hc-T™~^imi'n°th^^ a book, the perusal ot which cau be had tree. i. For y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 23 April 1914

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ENGINE POWER ON THE FARM. WHICH IS THE BETTER SYSTEM —OIL OR PETROL. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 23 April 1914

tfGiNE POWER ON THE FARM. WHICH IS THE BETTER SYSTEM —OIL OR PETROL. At a recent meeting of the Coorabie branch of the South Australian Agri cultural Bureau, an interesting paper on "Engine power on the farm" was rend by Mr. C. lies; In tlio . ojfrtnmii.' 'of 1Mriidlos,' the smalJ. 'farm ■ ongico is | without doubt one oi the most useiul | machines in which, a farmer can invest; I and lie states that in South Australia it has quite replaced the old-fashioned sv.stom of horse works and hand ma chinery. Mr. lies enumerated a few o: its many sphores of, usefulness:—It can be taken into the paddocks ana vvi',1 drivo tho winnower; used with the circular saw it will out up the fiie wood; it will drive the chafifcutter, coin-mill, and, in fact, any maohinery on th > farm, and that much quicker slid witii less labor than by other me thods Of all the kinds of . engine power, Mr. lies favors that dnvon by oil and petrol. There are two types of both these engines—portable, and stationary; a...

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INDIAN CATTLE CANE. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 23 April 1914

iNDiAN CATTLE CANE. Ill the Illawarnv distriot, Now South Wales, an experiment with. Indian corn has been carried out at Gorringong by Mr. Thos. Burke. This iodder has hitherto been thought only suitable for warm and humid cliifiatos, such as the North Ooast. l'u November, 1910,.Mr. Burko. obtained suliicient cuttings for a plot GO x 30 feet, and planted in drills IS inches deep, 4, foot'apart. 'The cut tings were planted in pairs 3 feet apart on the drills. . Since planting two out tings have been taken, and another is now ready. Ho found the cane bust where growth was concerned eight mouths after planting, and equally good alter each successive cutting. Tho one planting is supposed to give good results for five years. From observations Mr Burko has found cattle improve in con dition when i'od on it, and take to it roadily, though its milk producing qua lities are hot equal to-maize or lucerne. Pigs eat tlio stalks readily and tlioy fat ten yell when it is given as fodder. Calves -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 23 April 1914

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CRICKET. BOORT. v. KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 23 April 1914

..CRICKET. 'fcOQHft .v... KERANG. — A He.tm from Boort -association played a- match, at Kei-nfig on Good Fnday and'S'at'urelay• against Koran" association. In their first innings Boort wove disposed of Tor—the vrrv poor score of 34. - \V. Mason (15) was the only one to secure a two figure tally. Re rang responded with 160. In thei." second attempt Boort knocked- up 1S2. J. Baines : made 51 (three sixes),* J. R. O'Don nell 44-....W. O'Donnell 25 and W. Mason 20. Kcrang won easily, losing four for SI in their second innings. The scores were : — BOORT.—First Inuings. '• J.: R. O'Donnell, b Jamieson 8 ;F. Smith, b Addison .. ... 0 W. Smith, b Jamieson ... ... 0 J. Baines, stpd Scott, b Addison >... 1 A Mole, stpd Scott, b Jamieson ... 0 G. Fellows, b-Addison ... ... T W. O'Donnell, c and b Addisson ... 2 G. Guy, b Jamieson ... / ... 0 W. Mason, stpd Scott, b Addison... 15 L. Baines, not out ... *... 2 W. Reid, b Addison ... ... 1 Sundries... ... ... 4 Total ... ... - 34 Bowling—Addis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 23 April 1914

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BOORT AND KERANG v. B.U.C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 23 April 1914

BOORT AND KERANG B.U.C.C. On Easter Monday and Tuesday a combined team from tbeBoort and Kerang associations tried conclusions try, Scott (S"2) being the mainstay of tbe team. B.U.C.C. replied with 169, A. Mackey was not out 59. The visiting team lost 8 wickets for 129 in their second, innings. W O'Dounell' made 37 uot out, and j. Baines 29. Scores:— ICERANG-& HOORT.—First Innings. H. Rundell, b Chamberlain - ... A. Scott, b G. Mackay S9 F. Addison, std Gould, b Chamber lain J. Baines, b G. Mackay •... 13 J. R. O'Donnell, c A. Mackay, jun, b Lightfoot ... ... IS E- Brockwell, b Lightfoot / ... W. O'Donnell, b G. "Mackay ...16 G. Grover, not out ... ... 11 G. • Fellows, stpd Gould, b G. Mackay ... ... W. Alexander, b Chamberlain 0 D. Jamieson, b G. Mackay ... Sundries ... • Total ... ... _ ... 169 Howling—G. Mackay 5 for 30, Cham berlain 3 for 79. Lightfoot 2 for 34,. E. Lethlean 0 for 18. Second Innings H. Rundell. b Lethlean... ... 16 A. Scott, b Lethlean ... . ... 0 J. Bai...

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ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXXI. THE DISCOVERY AT BOULOGNE. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 23 April 1914

\By W. Ho.weIl Pcola.) Oil A PTE Li XXXI. . THE DISCO YEK V AT BOULOGNE. Then Last wept, and thou Last parted, .• Thou Last been forsaken, long; Thou hast watched for steps that come not back, I know it by the song. The nest day Arthur wrote a letter* to Boulogne, in which ' place Charley ."Westertau and Lord Gurton, with ■thfciv youtMul-wives, passed The golden hours of time; rejoicing daily in the Laths, the promenades, the cool verandahs, - the Siesta cafes; and thoroughly enter iug into and appreciating the delight ful Buhomiamsm commonly indulged iu seaside. ^ ' It was with miiigled feelings of dis quiet and regret that Charley,'received intelligence of Arthur's' foitlioomiiig marriage with his sister. To him, who knew* her foibles, such a step augured anything but a life of contentment and quietude for liis old school-fell°w\ .Defu- j lv as he loved his sister, lie could not i * reconcile himself to tho idea of her anarriage with Arthur. . ... ,,l "She will make you repent jt,...

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BOORT DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. PREMIERSHIP MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 23 April 1914

BOORT DISTRICT AS;OCIA • TION. premiership match." The match for the premiership in this association, between Boort and Manual, was commenced on Satur day last at Manual. The home team went to the wickets, D. Geary and W. Alex tinier opening to Lewin and Brockweil. Scoring was slow for half-a-dozen overs. Brockwel then heat Alexander 1-10—16. Mole filled the'vacant crease, and the score mounted up very steadily. J. R. O'Donnell replaced Brockweil and bowled Geary with the last, hall of his first over. 2—14—35. ' W. O'Donnell added a singie, and was howled by his brother. 3—1—39. Lewin was truudliug well without success, but O'Donueli was on the spot, and scattered H. Alexander's sticks. 4—2—47. J. Baines was run out from a good throw in by Guy (5-4—57), and four balls later the same fielder threw in well, nnd D. Coote shared a. similar fate. 6 - 0—57. -Mole :gave'•=«»•. -easy' chance at 27, which was not taken.'. Lewin got his first wicket at- the expense of G. Coote. 7—4—Go. lleid ...

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APPIN SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 23 April 1914

APPIN SPORTS. The .annual sports were held at Appiti on Easter Monday. The weather was all that could bo de sired. There was a very large gathering from all the surrounding districts. Competiton was very keen, and entries were numerous in most events. There was not a dull .moment during the afternoon, and generally the sports were the best that have been held in this district. The committee bad eveiything going with a swing. None could have been more industrious and painstak ing than the ladies who provided the viands for the lunch anil afternoon tea. Their number is legion but the following from amongst their ranks served the provisions in an inviting manner and were most pleasing in 1 their attention to the customers :— •Teasdalerand 'Misses1 Daviesi'.Wilkin son, Sharp, Coad and Sutherland (2). The following officers attended care fully to the sports programme • President, Mr H. Sutherland ; hon. sec , Mr W. A. Wood; judge of High land dancing, Mr R. Adams : judges of horse races ...

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A MATTER OF PRECAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 23 April 1914

A MATTER OF PRECAUTION. One day a very nervous, timid-looking woman, accompanied by a robust far mer man, came on the platform of a little railway station at a remote coun try spot. ifor a short time she seem ed, to devote her attention to the time table, but not finding her the satis faction she sought, she stepped up to tire station-master as he came out of the office. "Will you please tell mo it the 3.15 has gone yet?" she asked, in apparent content. "Yes, about 20 minutes ago," he replied. "And when will the -1.30 come along, do you think?" "Why, not for soma time yet, of course." "Are there any ex presses before then?" "No," "Not one?" "Any luggage trains?" "No." "Nothing at all?" "Nothing what ever." " "Are yen quits sure? "Cer (ainly, I «in, or I wouldn't have said so." "Then," said the timid woman, j turning to her husband, "I think we'll j cross the tracks, William." "Am I the oulv woman you ever loved?" "'Oh, " no," he answered promptly: "vou are the sixth." "The sixth!" "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 23 April 1914

THE BiLL. The hall was crowded, and over 70 I couples danced to music supplied by Mr •lobby (violin), Mr J. Gillies laccor deon) and Miss Coad (piano). Mr W. A. Wood acted as M.C. The ladies I supplied supper. £11 Is wasj taken at | the door at night. t ':.j :ema. Mrs. ELIZABETH ROBINS, of 256 Cruder Street. Adelaide, S.A., writes the story of her terrible suffer ings. 24/12/12. Eight years she was a martyr to the agony of Eczema, until she received relief from the almost ce*seless pain of this awful affliction through the use of The vo!utilar3*oftenng,''fthis ren:n: Ic :iMe tetter t.y Mr-. Kol-in* is evidence itself ol her grat Ui.tle, ami it is al»o proof that in ca-e* where the t:lorul is impure auti *>.1:1 disease is i'j-— tensiu d by this condition, the blood yurifyiai; powers of Clemeuts Tonic ate rapidly as.-»erlc-!. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "Your medicine has bern a great blessing to me. 1 suffered with Eczema {or eight years ; my legs were swollen to an awful size and covere...

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THE RUSSIANS IN LONDON. IMMIGRANTS AND REVOLUTIONARIES. (Mr. Stephen Graham knows more about Russian life and character than any -living Englishman. He has travelled ail over Russia, living for montna with the peasantry as one of themselves, and he has' described his adventures in a series of vivid and masterly books—"Adventures in the Caucasus," "A Tramp's Sketches," "Undiscovered Russia," "Changing Russia," and "With Russian Rilgrims to Jerusalem.") [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 23 April 1914

THE RUSSIANS IK LONDON. IMMIGRANTS AND REVOLUTION ARIES „• Br Stspheu Graham in the "''Daily Mail.") (Mr. Stephen Graham knows more about Russian life and character than any -living Englishman. He has tra velled ail over Russia, living for montna with the peasantry as one of them-' selves, and he has' described his adven tures in a series of vivid and masterly books—"Adventures in the Caucasus," "A Tramp's Sketches," "Undiscovered Russia," "Changing Russia," and "With Russian Rilgrims to Jerusa lem.") . V Rot infrequently on AVodnesdays or Thursdays yuu may -see, duwu at the uocks ao Xuwer wuarf or loomy street, the disembarkation of many nondrcds ot Hussion peasant men and womon ana dews and Jewesses out or a cLngy riaitie steamer .. xhe itussians are in tfao sheepskins; they have astraknan caps on tiieir naads or oiu peak hats. '1'hcy oarry packs on their backs, red-painted wooden ctiests under tueir arms, wicker oaskeis m their harms. They nave sacks full of crusts of bread. Some...

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