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POULTRY. The Surplus Cockerel. How to Make tho Most of Him. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 11 November 1915

POULTRY. The Surplus Cockerel. How to Make tho Most of Him. I low to make the most of the 50 per cent, ol cockerels that must be cxpcctcd in normal hatchings, is a question that appeals to all poultry lanners. Most egg farmers will aver that little or no profit is to be made from the cockerels, and in many instances <1 loss is incurred. Hut it is quite possible that fuller acquaintance witn market conditions in regard to supply and demand for different classes at different times in the year, and also with ;hc con ditions under which they arc sold, might put a somewhat different com plexion upon the matter, and enable better profits to be made. A Glutted Market. Almost any class of poultry makes good prices in spring, until'Novem ber is reacncd, simply because such few birds are coming in. At this time the eight to tcn-weeks-old chickens, known as broilers, make prices 'hat appear out of all propor tion to .their weight. As the weeks pass the supply increases, partly becau...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Man on the Land. FODDER TREES. An Offer by the Government. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 11 November 1915

The Man on the Land FODDER TREES. An Offer by the Govern ment. Consideration has lately been given by the Honorables the Minis ters of Lands and Agriculture to a scheme for encouraging farmers and pastoralists to establish plan tations of fodder trees, as some in surance against such serious losses' among stock as have been suffered during the past few mouths. 1 he value of such plantations hardly needs to be stated. Those pas toralists who. during the recent prolonged period of drought, were able to fall back upon useful fodder trees like kurrajong and mulga have proved their immense ad vantage when pastures have failed. This scheme provides that the Government will supply, free of cost (other than freight), plants of such trees as the kurrajong, carob bean, tree lucerne, and native salt bush, these being considered best for the purpose, having regard- to the climatic conditions. It is not intended, however, to confine at tention to these trees, and any other approved by the Forest...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 11 November 1915

Public Notice. District, Agency, SANDHURST and Northern TRUSTEES, Executors, and COMPANY, Limited, Bendigo. Established 18S8. * This Oompany is prepared to administer the Estates, not exoeediug in value ^500 of any soldier, being a resident of Bendigo or Northern District, dying whilst on active servioo during the present vvnr free of any charge for commission. Money to Leud. DIRECTORS]: Joseph H. Abbott, Esq., chairman, mer chant . John fl. Goudgc, Esq., vice-chairiu.m, grazier Offices—View Street, Bendigo Dr John Mclntvro Endie William Crowley, Esq., solicitor. George V. Lftusell, Esq., mine owner. JAMES P. B. McQUlE, Manager. View Street, Bendigo. WOOL CONSIGN YOUR PRODUCE TO DALGETY trt NEWMARKET, WOOL, GRAIN. <£ PRODUCE BROKERS, STOCK AND STATION AQENTS. FARMERS' CLIPS receive special attention, and when desired are R®« classed by Experts at a total cost of one-eighth penny per lb. All Produce carefully Valued by Rxperts prior to Sale. Clients given cliuii'e of any M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 11 November 1915

Public Notice. Perfect Bridal Portraits. NO Wedding' nowadays is considered cnmploto without tho Bridal Por trait, lind no Bridal Portrait is considered satisfactory unless it boars the name of RICHAltD.S & CO. This name is a guaianteu that your Bridal Portrait will possessall the qualitiiM that g> to mako a perfect pifturc. The latest style in wedding portraiture is the beautiful new Royal Panel introduced by Itichards A Co.—sizer 10 x 8. Bridal Veils, Bou quets, Wreath", Buttonholes, etc., the latest style kept at the studio. Portraits of Soldiers. Let us' make you a beautiful perma nent enlargement of your Soldier Son or Brother ; wo guarantee) satisfaction. The following are our sizes and prioos :— Size of Photo Size of Framo Price Mount 12 x 10 20 i 16 Solid 25s 15 x 12 23 x 17 3 in.oak 30s 23 x 17 32 x 22 and cjlt slip 42s Richards & Co's Famous Ballarat Studio. Open Saturday afternoon. Phono 252, J. C. Deakdkn, Prop. Massey-HarrisCoy LIMITED, Full lines of ...

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BOORT FIRE BRIGADE Annual Inspection. Satisfactory Report. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 11 November 1915

BOORT FIRE BRIGADE Annual Inspection. Satisfactory Report. Chief Officer (T. S. Marshall) of the Country Fire Brigade Board, reports'as follows in connection with his recent inspection at Boort "Plant.—Two hose reels, JjJO'Jft of hose with three thread couplings, Y, 2 hydrants, G branches, 12ft ot] ladders. 2 buckets, axe, 2 firehooks, hose]clamp, and 8 torches. " Members —On roll, 14. " Water Supply.—The supply is'ob tained by pumping from the rnilwnv dam into a tank 30ft high, the capacity of the tank being 20,090 gallons. The outlet main is 4in., but the main"street and the others where plugs are'placed are served by 3in pipes. Osving to the low elevation of the tank, the pressure, unless in the lowest lying parts of the town, is not goo' enough to cope with a serious fire. I tried the water at a plug on a rise in the main street, the result being a horizontal throw of a few feet only. If a tank of suitable dimensions and height,**say 50ft. high, wore erected on rising ground nea...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Sunday Reading. Address to Rev. F. C. Vickerman, B.A. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 11 November 1915

|1 Sunday Reading. | Conducted by Rev. R. Eldiudge, Boort. Addross to Rov. F. C. Vicker man, B.A. I Address to Rev. F. C. Vickerman, B.A , at his induction to the charge of Swan Hill by Rev. E. Eldridge as re ported by the " Hendigo Indepen dent" "Rev. E. Eldridge, being appointed by the Presbytery to address the newly inducted minister, said :-My brother it has fallen to me to address you on some aspects of the work of the Chris tian ministry, not that I would suggest that I possess more grace than you or my brethren, buc just because it is our custom that on these occasions one brother should address another. In the great church to which we have the honor to belong there is a parity of ministers—no brother being above his fellow in the holy ministry. There is a distinct recognition with us of that brotherhood which obtained in apostolic times and which is emphasisad by Christ in those familiar words 'One is your Master even Christ, and ye all are brethren ' You are called my broth...

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St. Paul and his Travels. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 11 November 1915

St. Paul and his Travels. The lecture on the above subject, delivered by Rev. R. Harris at the Presbyterian Church on Sunday evening proved most interesting, illstratcd as it was by limelight views and delivered in a clear confident manner by the lecturer. Interest wss sustained with the ricital of each incident in the chequered life of the great saint, while the serines depicted on canvas and in story made one marvel at the grandeur of ancient cities as well as admire the nobility of the life led by the Apostle. In eluded in the views was the port and city of Solonika, through which the allies are marching their troops to the aid of gallant little Scrvia, while other landmarks in the dis turbed arena of the Balkans were pourtrayed and explained. The lecture was, as slated, full of interest throughout capably delivered and profusely and pleasingly illus trated. One of Morriasey'a Friends. The approach of summer is bring ing along its accompanying unwelcome visitation of reptiles of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 11 November 1915

Millet Seed, etc. - Japanese Millet freed, dry threshed, highest germinating quality, at 3jd per lb • also hand picked Ambercane Seed, of 'true, solid, sweet variety, at 4d per lb., can be got fiom Hawthorne Bro3., Ke'rang.

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NEWS FROM THE FRONT GUNNER CYRIL RYAN [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 11 November 1915

NEWS FROM THE FRONT GUNNER CYRIL RYAN Gunner Cyril Ryan lias written some more homely and interesting letters to his people Mrs and Mr. J. Ryan of Korong Vale. One written under date Aug. 8, to his sister contains some vigorous and lofty sentiments. Referring to those who stay at home lie asks to send them over there, they arc needed to take the place of those who have fallen. Arc the poor chaps nervous or have they cold feet. Tel! them from inc that this is a great cure for both. It seems a great pity indeed to think that there arc men over here fighting and dying for the honor of their country and there arc shirkers over in Australia who won't come over and help them. How would they all like if we were ruled by the Germans. If thevcould only see how they arc needed over here I am sure that they would come. It just means this that if Great Britain can't get men she will be beaten. But I hope that will never be." That is sound logic and through its vein runs a tremor of patriotism a...

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Ladies' Column. FOOTWEAR. Present Fashions. (Continued from Last Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 11 November 1915

Ladies' Column. FOOTWEAR. Present Fashions. (By Rosaland). (Continued from Last Issue.) The present fashion with the full flared skirts falling in soft, grace ful folds, is peculiarly adapted to the wearing of dainty footwear. Finished with soft ribbon ruch ings and dainty frills of muslin and fine lace as are many of this summer's dresses, they make in finitely attractive settings for ele gant feet. - When seen in slim, shapely-shoes ■ twinkling in and out of soft billows of silk and lace, the feet posses a potency and charm that cannot be sufficiently described. The high kid and cloth topped boots that have been so popular with .our Parisienne friends for the past few months, seem likely to enjoy wide popularity on our side of the water, some of our smartest dressers already wearing them with pronounced success. Dark blue has been discovered to have a beautifying influence upon the feet, and is being much used for boots and shoes to be worn with blue summer suits. The magpie effec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 11 November 1915

PREVENTION BETTER THAN CURE Biliousness is causcd by a sluggish torpid liver due to constipation or ir regularity of the flow of bile. Cham berlain's Tablets relieve biliousness by cleansing the stomach, liver and bowels. If you are subject to bilious attacks prevent them by taking a course of Chamberlain's Tablets. They will stimu late your sluggish, torpid liver.—Sold by all stores Boort and Quambatook. Public Notice. J. R. CREIG. GENERAL'STOREKEEPER AND PRODUCE MERCHANT. 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 Ko'rong 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, x Carpet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 11 November 1915

Publio Notioo. OUR Spring Showing Our Showing is Distinct. In Spring Dress Goods tho most obarmiug . , i(,n3 bavo been worked out for fashionable Robes. These wilt prove ° ' ctivt to every tody who calls. In Spring Millinery the styles are rtttv «°d dainty—full of graceful! ness as bccometh the spring season. P Millinery is recognised as a class to itself, and this spring you should eri&in'y see our displays. We extend at) invitation to you. Miss Cameron, THE HOUSE OF FASHION, BOORT COMMERCIAL HOTEL, BOORT. Under New Management. THE LEADING HOSTELRY IN THE NORTH. The Commercial Travellers' Authorised Home. Accommodation F rst-class, and al! Liquors of the Leading Brands. Excellent Stabling for Horses. pf,01ic i s J. DALGLEISH, Proprietor. Wristlet Watches. Wristlet Watches. For departing soldiers what is more .Useful. We have just opened a large assortment at 8s 6d, 10s, 15s, 20s, 22; od, -5>, 35s, 40s, and up to 60s. We art' also showing very nice lines in Pocket Wallets...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 11 November 1915

Public Notices. OF AUSTRALASIA LIMITED. ESTABLISHED >806. John Gr'ee. Esq H. M DIRRCTOHS (Chairman). Kdwarii Trom'li.mi. Ks<i (Vlce-Chalrman). btrachan. Ks.i j. Newman ll.trlct-r. Ksn. Chief Mnnac-r • K. II. Wrrford. HEAD OFFICE: MELBOURNE. 273 COLLlNS STREET. Blanches throughout Victor;*. South Australia. Western Australia, anfl In New S.mjUi Wales Agent* m all parts of Australasia, the VtuwiI Kingdom, and throughout tho U'f.rM. LONDON 01'THMv-r. lbshopsate. 13.c. BALANCE-SHEET for the Half-Year ended 30th September, 1915. CAPITAL AND LI A Bl LIT! KS: £ s. d To Proprietors' Capital 50.5TS Preference Shares paid in money to £io per share 306,750 0 0 23S.4SS Ordinary Shares, paid up to £5 per share 1.192.44<J 0 0 „ Reserve Fund Account 5*5,000 0 0 ,, Profit Sz Loss Account l<W.37r> 19 1 „ Kotos In Circulation " ES.2S2 !0 0 „ Bills In Circulation .. .. ^1.67015 0 tt Government Deposits— Not B^ar'mc Interest.. 20,4*7 hV 0 Bearing Interest .. .. Gf...

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THE WAR CORRESPONDENT. HE IS WRETCHED, [?] LEADS A LONELY [?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 11 November 1915

THE WAR CORRESPONDED. [IK IS V, I'.KTCIiilD, n.L-:. LKADS A LOXKLV Li The ceiHTuiiiy ot vh: : ents hate on-- dDOtb^r - . ■. ■ „ the war lasts—.vith .1 ts.:.. Passing ili.it o! t*--« for the hand of t!:e ■ [i ttie authorities n.v.'.: bo<ly with suspicion si:i> ■ : .» members regard r.ir s; one of tbem pots t.. and is seen •>. : : or to a rftsiS u:tuir. U .- •: suspected of receiv.nc fy. -. : ment and of oMaiu."..: ri;'. ■. ■ - formation. If an ti> r rc. horse anil rides ,r.. ;> conceived idea j -: locality the others x bordering on nervous I r. ' ■ -• til his return, fearin.- ih.i: ^ bad news of some snn;*-t-'. ■ of which they ha.* J,-sr: if a third is seen : t. ' '' perate haste at a : - • 1 light of th» midn ;-ht • 1 ' are almost n rt:> r ■ ' their stylographs !:■ ished, although they ru. ■ • • lutely nothing to v.nti " ■ graph If by some i:r/or"S-r. some individual bas s-ta .»s - ment or a movement e: missed by his comrades, fcr hi- ~ 5 better disclose it...

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Church Services.—Nov. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 11 November 1915

Church Services.—Nov. 14. Church of England—Boort 11 am. and 7.30 p.m. Cutumnal 3 p m.—Rev. F. E Lewin, Tli. L. Presbyterian Church.—Uoort 11 n.m., Durham 0x3 p.m. Pyramid Hill 7.30 p.m.—Kev. E. Eldridge. Methodist Church.—Boort 11. Mr Marshall ;and7-30, ltev H. Richardson. Catumnal 3, Rev. H. Richardson. Yando 3, MrM'Laren. Lake Marmal 3, Mr Wingfield. Mirmindie 11, Rev. Richardson. Meetings during the week—Prayer, Monday ; Choir Practice, Wednesday ; Endeavor, Thursday. All at 8 o'clock. Church of Christ.—Bnort, 11 n.m. ; 2.30 p m , Bible Class ; 7.30 p.m.. Gospel Service —Mr G. H. Oldfield November 21. Catholic Church. —Boort late. Mar mal early.

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KORONG VALE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 11 November 1915

KORONG VALE NEWS The fortnightly meeting of the Australian Natives' Association was held on Tuesday night, under the chairmanship of president Miller. A letter was read from the Board of Directors, intimating that it was in tended to perpetuate the memory of the late General Secretary, in rccog" nition of his services to the organ ization, by providing a scholarship to be known as the Wainwright Scholarship. This move would be in keeping with the evlucationnl aims of the Association and members would be asked to contribute freely. Ack nowledgement for letters of condol ence was read from Mrs Wainwright and Dr Taylor. The president gave notice of motion for a levy of 6d per member per quarter for the con tingency fund. Nomination of offi cers took place and was as follows: President, Mr J. Miller; vice presi dent, Mr Geo Vernon; treasurer, Mr A. G. Davis ; secretary, Mr W. E. Vernon; assistant, Mr J. Leney; committee, Messrs L. M'Nicol, L. Grieves, A. Sublet, W. Vcscy, and R. Rogers ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 11 November 1915

Public Noticc. Under New Management. SCULLY'S HOTEL. 1(0ROM VALE, J. J, JEWELL, Licensee, Under the careful management of the above, the public arc assured of every attention ; ample accommodation ; peak at reasonable rates ; the dining room is well ap pointed : civilitv and attention is the first order of the establishment ; "mea's 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. We are now showing a very tine assortment of Spring Goods Fjrihe coming Season, and new novelties are arriving every week comprising the very latest creations in— Spring Millinery, Ribbons and Flowers, Tndgel Ready to Wear Hats, Dainty Hats for little children and Stylish Hats for the biggei Girls at our usual Very (Moderate Rrices. Oar Dress Department is stocked with most up-to-date Materials at Unbeatable Prices. There are — Pioral Crepes, rosebud designs, at Gd par yard Grafton Voile.-...

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KORONG VALE CARNIVAL DAY PLEASANT AND PROFITABLE [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 11 November 1915

KORONG VALE CARNIVAL DAY PLEASANT AND PROFITABLE The annual Sports' Carnival at Korong Vale, which eventuated on Saturday, was a pleasantly profitable affair and will result in substantial benefit to the Inglcwood hospital and the patriotic funds, in whose interest it was held. The day was an ideal one for an outing of the kind, " Old Sol" shining gloriously from his far away abode, while a delightfully refreshing breeze wafted its way through the atmosphere, lending a buoyancy and freshness that would not have existed under less salubrious conditions. The pro cession, which started the day's pro gramme, was not the gorgeous affair its predecessor of a few months back was, but it, nevcrthless, revealed something new in ingenuity and art. Its outstanding feature was the Red Cross display, but for a cleverly con ceived, strikingly funny and splend idly sustained arrangement a repres entation of a wedding scene, in which Mr. W. J. L^cch and partner figured would be hard to excel. Here ...

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OBITUARY MRS. LAITY, SKN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 11 November 1915

OBITUARY MRS. LAITY, SKN. Genuine regret was felt mi Thursday when it became known that .Mrs Geo. Laity, an old and respected resident of Kinnypaniel, had passed away. The deceasi-d lady was in her 77 th year and was on a visit to the family of her late son, William, at Sprint; Vale, when slu: contracted Pneu monia from which she succumbed. Mrs Laity was one of those grand old pioneers, now alas! too few, who with her helpmate, engaged in the giant task of pioneering the Aus tralian wilderness and well have they done their work. She was a brave soul with a lovable, consider ate nature, and so bv her kindliness and gentleness, endeared herself to everybody. I he deceased had the consolation at death, afforded by the knowledge that, above a life well spent in the service of her Master, she had given to Australia a family of fourteen, whose standing of re spect in the community was but a reflection of her own nature and the ! fVuitfuilness of a mothers training. Mrs Laity was a native ...

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HELMETS FOR FRENCH SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 11 November 1915

HELMETS FOR FRENCH 80LDIER8. A Paris paper mentions that the French Government Is now providing steel helmets (or the soldiers at the front with all possible rapidity. Three hundred thousand of them have al ready been distributed, and others are being supplied at the rate of 25,000 dally. These casques, which closely resemble those used by the old-time sappers, are painted grey, the same color as the artillery, and are hardly visible at a distance. Al ready specimen casques have been re ceived in Paris after having undergone a fusilago at the front. They all bear marks of bullets which would have killed soldiers wearing the regu lation cap. "Young man," said the stern parent, with the accent on the "young," "do you intend to stay here all night hold ing my daughter's hand and looking her in the face like a sick calf?" "No, sir." "What do you intend to do then?" "Well, I had thought when you did us the kindness to retire I would put my arm around her waist, and if she did not object ...

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