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Financing the Harvest. Complete Government Control. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 18 November 1915

Financing the Harvest. Complete Government Control. Hie anxiously awaited official an nouncement regarding the arrangements made by the Federal and State Govern ments for the sale and transport of the exportable wheat surplus has been made by the Prime Minister (Mr Hughes). "The news that the ccnferenco of Commonwealth and State representatives has agreed upon a comprehensive scheme for financing, storing, selling, and trans porting this season's wheat, to the over sea markets," said Mr Hughes, ' will be received with great satisfaction all over Australia. To the producers and others directly interested it will remove a load of anxiety and the growing fear,.juati led by the circumstances, that much of the new wheat crop could not lie marketed, and that in consequence the benefits of the bounteous harvest would bo lost. The presage of this disaster, coming on the heels of last year's drought, which brought ru.n to souie and plunged thousands into debt, tilled the minds of the farmers...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 18 November 1915

Public Notice. SANDHURST and Northern District. XRUSTchb, Executors, and Arcn«, COMPANY, Limited, indigo. * V* Established 1888. Tlii's Ooi»i''I»y i-- prepurod to administer the Estates nnf j inVlliu,/X'O of any soldier, being a resident of Bendigo or Northorn District, iiyiiif,' wn.lst on active serv.cc during the present war frt of i vr commission. Money to Lend 9nv ctiA'S" DIRECTORS': Dr.John Mflntvro Eudio illiain Cniwloy. Esq., nolicitor. John ii- "i'"1.--" - . ■ j "Conju Lansell, Esij., mino owner. ffi-View Street. Bendigo. JAMES P. B. McQDIE, Manager. \ iew Street, Bendigo. , ,, H Ai-M .'it, l-'-l-' chairman, mor ,£fl. GMU.i.io. Kmj.. vicc-chmrman, WOOL CONSIGN YOUR PRODUCE TO DALGETY tTCD° NEWMARKET, WOOL, GRAIN, A PRODUCE BROKERS, STOOK AND STATION AGENTS CUPS receive special attention, and when desired are Re clas FARMERS^j-—-■ gxpepts at j total cost of one-eighth penny per lb. All Produce <arefti!l> Vuliu-d ]tv Exports prior to Sale. Clifuts given choice of...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LACKING IN COMMON DECENCY A COUNCIL EPISODE [BY MONITOR] [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 18 November 1915

LACKING IN COMMON DECENCY A COUNCIL EPISODE [ It Y MONITOR] Thursday's Council meeting was significant for its small amount of business and large amount of talk, for serene calmness and foaming fury -a contrast in extremities, the essence of action and inaction. When the volume of talk in its pro^ portion to busincs is spoken of I do not wish to emphasise it in the sense that Councillors treat their work with a degree of levity, on the con I trary they arc an alert, keenly atten tive and industrious lot, but they seem to take it that they have the day to the work and measure the cut of their cloth accordingly. And -there is nothing to be gained from a drag gy meeting save some flickering glimpses into dreamland, through intervening moments of monotony. However, the meeting was drag ging its lumbersome way to a finish when the grim portends of war ap peared as would a cloud on the hor izon. Batteries were being massed for the attack and the charge came with pomp, ceremony and emotion...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 18 November 1915

Millet Seed, °fc thre^i. Japanese Millet seed. - 3ij wr highest gLTiniiwtinjI ^a1';' ,(';(!■ lb ; also hand picked Am**^ ^ of true, solid, sweet lb., can be Rot fnm Hawthorne _____— Dv5®rEKV,,,„ of & Dysentery or in.flamf'"aire fwl,J=ct bowel or intustme is 0 ^er nun-*1-! occurence during th« «u'f It can be checked ' <*Tu Colic and Diarrhea K « according to the Print' , folic 5s? each bottle Chamber juabte in # Diarrhoea Remedy^ ■« •'1 tt)e tyW« medioine obesU. * gold V it will save much sufcnnR.. stores, Boort and Qu»ml>

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 18 November 1915

Public Notice. •T J. R. OREIC. 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 Korong -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, Carpets, Bedsteads, and Curtains. We Stock— O'CEDAR MOPS. A genuine labor saver for polishing Floors. Never Wears out and is always ready for use. You should never be without an O'Cedar Mop. MORLEY JOHNSON, Bendigo. BORUNG STORE. O. T. WILLS' Spring Fashion Show, *9*5 New Dress Materials ; French and English Serges in navy stripes arid new checks. Plain and Fancy Habit Cloth in single dress lengths. A great vari...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Hospital Sunday at Lake Meran [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 18 November 1915

Hospital Sunday at Lake Meran | H«Mpit;d Sun I iv w.i* I'.-M Lu/ Monui on Sinxl.i\ I ts: uruVr l'i.* • M>f iho 'fmvn mil Fi.* Ifcmd, ;m-i t|ie aihv.'v nts-Tr." i conditions prcv.ii!:::^ th.M- m is t i- J Mr Henry Afi^u-. ULl, tin* tfjuhcrin^ Hffl >pol<c of :*V •«:;! *vork tioiu-by :!il' h«x-j>if:i'* -uui :fn- &-1: ntvil fnr Nippon in o.'ifrr th(»S£» rt ho i I ;o i' *he»i» *h»»u!d J.u'J; n»»th-n^ ^ brin^ their proper iMt'nt uui tin* cui't' of th *ir ju t's h > E? also spol;* «>f the <iiMr.tb:!i;y o- •» w*2 •spoils as * litotii:s of h l|»»V 1'-^ f 'Chj-io who c-'uKl s&'fJ Nxvury of spor: <vtW K» i« *•»>".b.v y'iti to comnburf fo the up Up J i < bftrtVibh* m<Nari.;:i<. At 'he termination o< nV Mr Nithi'ihn.l, "'i befu'rc/^ t uJm-1 ib'1 biti.I. >piMlvt!is i;:il others who hsJ K the htvsi :h.*tnks of tfie I-1 f Merm luii ifniiij for their j^rv.vt- ■-■ {he occ IMotl. Mr.Ioh Wc...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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KORONG VALE NEWS Change of Business [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 18 November 1915

KORONG VALE NEWS Change of Business A change of business is about to take placc in the town, Mr Geo. Vernon having purchased the black smithing business of Mr Gainey's. On Final Leave Private Sutton has been home on final leave during the past week, his friends taking the opportunity to wish him well oil his heroic mission. While paying a visit to Charlton recently, the town where lie formerly resided, he was entertained by his ; friends there and presented with useful mementos of the friendship ; of olden days. Resoucd From the Sea Private Willie Sharpe, who enlis ted from Bendign, but who mas for merly resident in Korong Vale for a number of years, was on board the Southland when that vessel was tor pedoed in the Aegean sea. In a let ter to his wife he narrates the awful experience of being blown up at sea; he states that after the explosion lie remembers floundering in the water, but has no recollection of being res cued, or of what happened later, until he catne to his senses in...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GODFREY STREET RAILWAY CROSSING A Veritable Death Trap. A Miraculous Escape. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 18 November 1915

GODFREY STREET"»„ WAY CROSSING A Veritable Death Trap K A Miraculous Escape" K It lia-litc!! j„.;. . , ^ , in tl:<:-t- ch!iiimk |'V . very midst i. '■ ad'OSS the /; i;. I * J ^ ' I tll.lt is iifithin, j death trap, «»;."» ,, ' will bo ■';[ • tlie busy ,, , ' ; approaching. j'. • Mir! I Yog;,-... ' u'" ' : 1 pointed out ti: / . ■ ; partmei't, ;ii ,• i . 7' warning I,,.;; ' ever, tin- i,-,| .. . • . v;it!; the rii;: •, .. :. trains e.,uld " '-; indication v« i. sounding th»* • statement !i;; • \ CltltMIS but el,].' , dcinorsii^ • - "t the law- j:,.. v'{« a piece nf ' trying the p. , . . . ■: - (if the t. ,v ;; " ' - patience I ,, \ and .. . that the dii:7 . crossing l>, eMent I): r:, _ . ' most ini-Mii amount of \eii;.„'J ~ pedes' n.'iH idly bv and /ens !n |„. , I( ; short-sighte I p ,'ir.'\" • department w-.iiM'j, s-.irrci-.dei- ti■: '■ As i:s ; ; on Oct,.lvr 7. i; -V' ; GovcrimiL-i.t in i: o;i!y ul t — but also iiit f.iv- ' ins; ncctssarx • - " I guard thun Tmi:; ■ ......

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 18 November 1915

Public Notice. Dentistry. Mr. W. BATCHELDER, Dentist, Of Bcndigo aud Korong Vale. Com pleto U ppor aud Lower Sets at — £5 5s. HAVING recognised the inenn venicn e unci expense to my country patients having to eome to Bendigo to consult me, 1 have secured tho services of Mr C). I-.. Grthain, and have fitted up a most up-to-date surgery at Koiong S'ale (adjoining -Mr AV. 15. Allen's CoJI'ee Palace), where all work will be completed at shortest notice ami 80 save inconvenience of waiting. Mr GraUaui will visit Charlton, lioort, and Wedderburn periodically. Dates of next visit :— Nimus Boort Quauibatook Cbarlton Painless Extractions, 2S 6d. Mis fitting teeth re-modelled. First class Workmanship Guaranteed. Crown, Bar, and Bruise work. Gold Fillings and Inlay s Chiidren's Teeth Regulated. Do you want your children to have good health ? The seumiue snides thai dentistry lia6 made have pivved that the eiiuea tion, health, aim welfare of the nation depends upon good teeth. Now is the time t...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 18 November 1915

beware op a cold. Beware of a cold. When neglected if"nnow Tfhat the end may be. , 'i'. realised the danger you would certainly give every cold the ?n 2 11 de,8urves- As a quick re ti^P in tKVa<"Ce? 1ases a,nd a Preventa Muai to Ph«r8K ta^e? loere is noting pionL Chamberlain » Cough Remedy. «hnn Pk18 ?ev,« rcsu'ts from a cold Uken <2,% Kam S °°UKh Remedy ia

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Church Services.—Nov. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 18 November 1915

Church Services.—Nov. 21. Catholic Church.—Boort latf. Mar mal early. Church of England. — Boort 11 am. (h.c.) and 7.3o p.m. Fcrnihurst 3 pm. —Rev. F. E Lewin, Th. L. Presbyterian Church.—Boort 7.3o p.m. Durham Ox 3 p.m. Pyramid Hill 11 a.m.—Kev. E. Eldridge. Methodist Church.—Boort 11, ,'t and 730, (S.A), Rev. 11. Richardson. Catuinnal 3, Mr Marshall. Yando 3, Mr Burrows Lake Marmal3, Mr Dun Btan. Meetings during the week—Prayer, Monday ; Choir Practice, Wednesday ; Endeavor, Thursday. All at 8 o'clock. Church of Christ.—Boort, 11 a.m. ; 2-30 p ill., Bihle Class ; 7.30 p.in . Gospel Service—Mr G. H. Uldiield

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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A RAILWAY FUNCTION STATION MASTER ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 18 November 1915

A RAILWAY FUNCTION STATION MASTER ENTER TAINED. A pleasant function took place in the Railway Refreshment Rooms on Thursday evening, when the em ployees gathered to bid farewell to Mr Daniel), who was leaving, and to welcome Mr I .a very, who takes his place. The chair was occupied by Mr Davies, who proposed the health of Mr Daniel), referring, in compli mentary terms to his good attributes Mr Daniel) had tried to do his duty fairly to his Department and agree ably to the public. In deciding be tween Departmental duty and public favor a railway ollieer had, some limes, an unpleasant task, which was liable, wrongly, to get him dis liked, but, in whatever circumstances Mr Danicll dealt fairly with both. 1 le had very much pleasuse, on be half of the employes generally, in presenting Mr Daniell with an auto safety razor, and, with it, wished him long lite and ever good wish. The toast, which was enthusiast ically honored, was supported by Mr M'Intyre, who said be had always found Mr Da...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 18 November 1915

Public Notice. Under New Management. SCULLY'S HOTEL. K0R0H6 VALE, J. J. JEWELL, Licensee. Under the careful management of the above, the public assured of every attention ; ample accommodation ; ^Isat reasonable rates ; the dining room is well ap J Vnted • civil it v and attention is the first order of the ^biishinent ; '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. Wo r;re now showing ft very tine assortment of Spring Goods Vie ccnsing Sea«on. ami now novelties are arriving every week comprising the very latest creations in— Spring Millinery, Ribbons and Flowers, Tadgel Ready to Wear Hats, Dainty Hats for little children and Stylish Hats for the bigger Girls at our usual Very Moderate Prices. 0:rDr;55 Depirtin'. :it is stocked with most up-to-date Materials i/i Un:>e.iUb!e Prices. There are— Fieri!Crepe1, rt^eiitul designs, ai Gd per yard GahcsVoilo?, i...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Korong Yale Rifle Club [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 18 November 1915

Korong Ynlo Rlflo Olub Happily there now seems to.be a reasonable prospect of the early commencement of practical work in the newly formed Korong Vale Club. A communication has been received from the Supervisor ol Rifle Clubs notifying the gazettal of the club and announcing that none of the Lee-Enfield or Martini-Enfield rifles were, at present, available, but Fran cottc rifles could be supplied at the rate of one to every two active mem bers if desired. These rifles are slighthy larger than the minature rifle and were originally used by the senior cadets, but are not considered effective over 300 yards range. If the club desired to avail itself of the offer arrangements would be made for the early dispatch of the arms together with the necessary sup ply of ammunition, but it was antici pated that the service rifles would be available early in the new yeay. The club committee has decided to avail itself of the offer, and it is requested that anyone having service rifles will notify...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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NEWS FROM THE FRONT Torpedoed In Mid Ocean [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 18 November 1915

NEWS FROM THE FRONT Torpedoed In Mid Ocean Private Tom. Knight writes a very interesting letter to his Mother at Korong Vale, which happens to arrive just as the ban of the censor lias been lifted from portion of the news (very generally known for sonic time.) it contains. The letter reads: "The Trcnchcs, September. We have had some very exciting times lately. Of course you kiiow about us being torpedoed— - -.It happened the third day after we left about to o'clock, a.m., and only about two hours sail from - -- When the shock came 1 was lying on the bunk partly asleep, but you can bet your life I was soon very much awake, and, grabbing my life belt I tore up on deck like a mad bull. They started lowering the boats as quicklv as possible, but the crew did their " knuts " and upset a lot of our boys in the water. That was enough for mc, so I waited till one boat was safely lowered and then slid down a rope at the rate of knots; lucky, was'nt-1. Wc drifted about for three hours and wer...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LOCAL PRICES, WHOLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 18 November 1915

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LOCAL PRICES, WHOLESALE Prime chaff ^5 Feed oats .3s 6d Bran Is Id Pollard Is 4d Potatoes, best £1G Oil cake .£15 tou Onions <>s cwt.

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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AT THE FRONT. An Interesting Letter. Under Shrapnel and Bullet Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 18 November 1915

AT THE FRONT. An Interesting Letter. Under Shrapnel and Bullet Fire. I'l ivate W. C. ('oghill, son of Mi Dave (Joghill, "i I'oort, writes from Lcmnos to his lather as follows : Just a few lines hoping you arc all well. 1 am giving you a little des cription of wliat the war is like, or at least something what we have to put up with every clay. We went on hoard a torpedo destroyer from l.emnos to the Peninsula ; by jnve she travelled ; went 25 knots ail hour ; talk about water (lying. It was the day after the Triutpph was sunk, and the Turks were still happy ; -st' when we stopped and started to get out they dropped .shrapnel 011 115, killing four arid wounding twenty. Some of the chaps did not like it. One lad in front of me, a newly-made sergeant, too, just dropped like as if he was shot. 1 asked liiiu what was the matter ; he said, "It frightened me." I I said, "I thought it did." He was shaking like a leaf, hut he seemed to be only a kid. Hut afterwards he was alright and would fa...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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APPETISING MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 18 November 1915

APPETISING MAN. Although I'm full of nicotine—I've smoked tobacco till I'm green—the bugs all seem to like me; they camp upon my shapely frame and diligently play their game wherever they may strlko me. The flies will travel round a block to ride upon me when I walk ami gambol on my person; and 0:1 that person they abide and try to till my shrinking hide, regardless of my cursln". And whon the shades of evening come tho blamed mosquitoes round mo hum, and roost upon my galwavs; I try to drivo tho brutes away, but lovingly they seem to sav, "We'll stay right with you always." I wonder why I taste so fine that all tho Insects want to dine upon me, sor row laden? If I were skeeter, fly or bug, I'd see that all my wells were dug upon some tender maldon. I'd seek tho sylvan neighborhoods, tho sliadv, silent, soughing woods, to dodge the solar rigors; but there's no peace or comfort there; I'm plunged in trou ble and despair—I'm eaten up by dingers. The wasp around 1110 Mies in ringB, tho...

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WEDDERBURN. Soldier's Death. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 18 November 1915

WEDDERBURN. Safdior's Death. At tin* Sliiiv Council meeting on Thurs day Criiruy m>tde >vnip:tthetio reference to the death of l'rsvftto Jfay Linnon. ;uid ut the sjiiu' time paid a te.stiu.ony to the deceased soldier's rxcolient qualities. A ! his inst iinv u mmUom of eond leiue was j !>.'SS.-<i.

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LADIES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 18 November 1915

i LADIES' LETTEB. i ( Two Melbourne girls are sotting , out for tlio country tills week to "do ] their littlo bit." They havo undertak- , en to do a man's work at strawberry- , picking, so that ho can enlist. They ( havo mado themselves convenient and practical working costumes and bought good okl-fashioued sun-bonnets —not knowing, I suppose, that while picturesque, they arc very hot to work In. They are determined to see it out and to fulfil their undertaking. There has been much talk about freeing men to do their bit for the Empire, but I havo heard of very few authentic cases here of women acting as substitutes. Early In the war came tlio whisper of a real big thing done by a woman to free a man specially qualified to go but In duty bound to stay by reason of being a widower with 601111! littlo girls and no available feminine relatives with whom to leave them. Tho call to go was strong and tho senso of duty to stay almost over whelming, because it was not a com paratively short ...

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