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New Wheat Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 25 November 1915

New Wheat Scheme. A little misconccption exists in some places with regard to the posi tion of tlie farmer under the new wheat scheme. The oroposal is that when the grower delivers his when to the merchant, who will now act only as buying agent for I the State Government, lie will be able to obtain an advance on the basis of 3s per bushel at the ports, less rail carriage to the port. This is the only payment the farmer will receive untilihe end of the season, when the accounts will be made up and the money realised for the wheat, less the advance referred to, agents' buying and selling commis sion, interest on advance, and any other charges, will be distributed to the producers. What price the grower will eventually receive can not at present be estimated, but it will be the average of the world's wheat market for the year. It has been estimated in some quarters i that 4s 3d may be realised, and this [ opinion is supported by leading mer chants. The fact that the advance of 3s pe'r ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NORTHERN DISTRICT STANDARD with which is incorporated the Boort standard, Korong Vale Lance. and Quambatook Herald. Interesting reading matter will be found on our sixth page. Thursday, November 25. Harvest Prospects. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 25 November 1915

with which is incorporated the Boort Standard. KorontjValc Lancc. and Quam batook Herald. Interesting reading matter will be found on our sixth page. Thursday, November 25. Harvest Prospects. The wonderful recuperating quali ties of the soil of Australia are oncc again illustrated by the prospects of the forthcoming harvest. Unless some unforeseen anil unpropitious clement should intervene there will be garnered throughout the Com monwealth the most ample crop of wheat ever reaped in these southern lands. Following on the unprece dented leanness of last year this will be particularly welcome, and its value to the Empire will be heigh tened by reason of the crisis through which we arc passing. Of course the high water-mark of Australian agricultural possibilities has not yet been even approximately reached, but it is a matter for congratulation that in these strenuous days there should be an attempt to increase the supply within the Umpire of the great staple of life. One of the less...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SALONIKA. SECOND BIGGEST SEAPORT IN EASTERN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 25 November 1915

SALONIKA. SECOND BIGGEST SEAPORT IN EASTERN EUROPE. It may not be generally known that Salonika, which liaB suddenly assum ed for most of us an Importance at leaBt as groat as Petono since the French and British began to pour their troops Into It for the relief of Serbia, possesses a history which ante-dates that of London or Purls. It is, in fact, the ancient Thessalon Ica, to whose inhabitants the Apostle Paul wrote his two epistles to the Thessalonians. It Is the port of Mace donia, and was named after a sister of Alexander the Great, who succeeded his father as King of Macedonia and then sot out to conquer tho world. Even now It is second only to Con stantinople as a seaport In Eastern Europe, and spacious harbor works were opened tliero only 14 years ago. In its population of 174,000 the Jows largely preponderate. Prior to tho revolution of 1908 tho Young Turks made it their headquarters. In the last Balkan War it foil to Greece just three years ago. Two old Scotchmen woro one ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TURKEY'S CAPITAL. LIFE IN CONSTANTINOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 25 November 1915

TURKEY'S CAPITAL. LIFE IN CONSTANTINOPLE. ; By Henry Wopd (Special Correspondent of Amorican United PreBB). No doubt exists any longer in tho mind of any Turk that tho existence of tho Ottoman Empire Is at stake in the fighting now going on at tho Dardanelles. This Is believed to ex plain to a large degree tho manner in which the last men of the Empire arc still.coming forward to fight, and in-which the Government Is permitted, without protest; to drain tho entire country of its last resources for tho conduct of the war. Not a day passes at Constantinople that tho trains and boats do not bring In small but fresh contingents of men from tho farthest poin's of the Empire. For tho secur ing of food supplies for tho army, the lovernment has adopted tho rule of requisitioning everything it needs. (July In a very few instances has oven .1 small portion of the price been paid for in cash. Tho rule is to give a re ceipt, which states that tho Govern ment, at some indefinite time in tho futu...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SCENES IN BERLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 25 November 1915

SCENES IN BERLIN. Extraordinary scenes at meat mar hots iu Berlin are described In "Vor waerta." At one market near the central slaughter-house "Inferior but still fit meat is sold. Although open at 7 o'clock in the morning, 800 wo men assembled the previous after noon and waited all night. Only Gib. of meat Is sold to each customer. Sometimes soldiers push women aside and insist on being served first. Hun dreds of women daily are not sup plied. Several havo been compelled to wait three nights to procure meat. "At tho Andreas Halle the crush was tremendous. The police wore swept aside and flattened against tho wails. Women's hats and clothes were torn off. These scenes occur weekly. Prices of commodities are becoming higher and higher. Roast Joint, steak, or cutlet seldom appears on the middle-class table. Beef has doubled in price, and eggs are very difficult to obtain. Bread, which is of inferior quality, is insufficient" Nothing makes people so angry as to find they ore hopelessl...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LONDON LETTER. Carmelite House, London, October 2, 1915. The War and Shopping. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 25 November 1915

LONDON LETTER. Carmelite House, London, I October 2, 1915. "The War and Shopping. One curious sidelight on the effects of the war is seen in the world of shop ping. London shopkeepers are work ing to-day under great disabilities. A large proportion of their young peoplo, including most of the bt>3t of them, have gone to join the army, "ah my good men have gone," the head of one great establishment told me the other da}. As a result, service is slower, and' delivery in ' particular much ' re tarded. In the oid days people rarely took their own parcels home. There was a tradition in Oxford-street that a man onco bought a pennyworth of pins and asked that it should be sent. Now it is simply impossible to deliver all parcels, and many patriotic shop-' pers carry their ou u packages home as a matter of public duty. There is another thing: since the shops have been running short-handed, they (iiiu the long hours of opening a heavy bur den. A decided movement Is going ou in several Lond...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 25 November 1915

DYSENTERY. Dysentery or inflammation of the bowel or intestine iB of more frequent occurence during the summer months. It can lie chocked if Chamberlain's | Colic and Diarrhoea Rymsdy is taken I according to the printed directions on each bottle. Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy is invaluable in ull medicine chests. Get a bottle to-day— it will save much suffering.—Sold by all stores, Boort and Quambatook. Public Notice. Your . Harvest . Orders. Wo have secured many, yet there's room for more. lave You Cash ? Don't Send it Away! . . Forward us your List for . Special Cash Quotations. For same quantity and quality, satisfaction guaranteed. WHY BENEFIT THE CITY MERCHANT? He has been conspicuously absent with any offers of assistance during the drought period. Why not support those who sup port the district—who render assistance when required ? IN OTHER WORDS— Why not place your favors with the well tried and tested firm of General . Providers, BREAD. BREAD. BREAD. And also MAL...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE INGLEWOOD HOSPITAL. Financial Worries. Some Plain Speaking. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 25 November 1915

THE INGLEWOOD HOSPITAL. Financial Worries. Some Plain Speaking. A long discussion took place at the mooting of tho hospital commit'co on the financial outlook of tho institution. It was initiatod on a roport by tho secretary that, in conjunction with tho president, ho had Rent a circular through tho farm ing districts asking for a donation of a bag of wheat or its equivalent. The action was approved, but members generally thought it did not go far enough. Mr Metolmann said tho gcntlomon of I ho town of Inglowood had * harvest every year and all the year round, and should not escape the spccial call. Tho poor fanner had many calls and had no harvest at all last year, Ke did not wish to point to tho town of Inglowood at all, but many peoplo in that town wore not raising a finger to assist the institution They wore sitting back, but at the samo time wero seeing what they could mako out of it. If an appeal woro t« bo mado to the farmers be thought ono should also bo mado to the peoplo o...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRAPPING GERMAN SUBMARINES. "LOSSES MORE THAN FORMIDABLE." THEY LEAVE A TELL-TALE WAKE [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 25 November 1915

TRAPPING GERMAN SUBMARINES. - '.'LOSSES MORE THAN F'ORMID j ' ABLE." THEY LEAVE A TELL-TALE WAKE The Now .York "Herald" and.other American papers published ' slriiul taneously on September 14 an nrtlcle describing the British method of de stroying submarines. In tlio course of.this it Is stated— "Sixty-seven German submarines, "S of. which are declared to have been of tho newest and latest construction, have been sunk, and their crows de stroyed, by tho British Navy since May 5. . . . For several months there has been considerable publicity with regard to tho belief that trans ports from Great Britain to the coast of France have been protected from submarines mainly by pathways of wire-netting stretched across the Chan nel. It has been known that groat uuantitles of wire have been shlpned from the United States, and that very largo orders for similar mate rial have been filled in British fac tories. j no operations iv-nicn have result ed In tlic practical elimination of the German s...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OVER THE FENCE. CROPS IN THE GOOLAGONG. FORBES, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 25 November 1915

OVER THE FENCE. CROPS IN THE GOOLAGONG. | FORBES, Saturday. 1 Mr. J. F. Male, a Goolagong farmer» has a crop of oats which stands Sit. high. At Fifleld a farmer who cultivated 500 acres has already disposed of hay valued at £1400, and besides this lie has 200 tons on hand for his own- use. in addition, he expects a return of at least £1000 for wheat. Not a bad re turn for .one year from a centro which wa's said to be outside tlio wheat-growing belt. Glowing reports concerning the crops are coming In from all quar ters of the district. In every caso the crops aro "above the fence." "Anyhow, there's one advantage in tisvins a wooden leg," said the vet eran. "What's that?" asked his friend. "You can bold your «ocke up with tin tacks."

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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FLOWER OF THEIR COUNTRY. STRONG AND SOUND MUST BE AUSTRALIA'S ARMY. I No Place for Weaklings at the Front. I [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 25 November 1915

FLOWER OF THEIR COUNTRY. STRONG AND SOUND MUST BE AUSTRALIA'S ARMY. I No Place for Weaklings at the Front. I A gratifying feature of the latest rocruiting efforts ia that the physique of the men responding Is of u high standard. There are to be seen in Melbourne streets on almost any day or night fine, big, full-chested fellows who would do credit to any country. They come from all parts of the Commonwealth and are taking advan tage of a few hours' last leave from the training camps before departing j for the front to see something of the city. They are a smiling happy crowd, bronzed with the sun that is now beaming down on us with in j creasing intensity, and the most de scriptive thing that can be written of them is to state that they are the ad miration of the city folk, who are for ever turning around and looking in appreciation at the splendid speci men of young manhood before them. It is a tragedy, but it is a fact that war takes our best. That only the sound and the strong ar...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TEST. TRUE STORY OF AUSTRALIAN GENERAL. Regard for his Troops at first caused him to be disliked, but he won complete faith at the end. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 25 November 1915

"fHE TEST. TRUE STORY OF AUSTRALIAN GENERAL. Regard for his Troops at first caused him to be disliked, but he won com plete faith at the end. When ono Australian brigadier, who htiB slnco won renown for his daring and bravery in lending tho troops, was In charge In Egypt ho was some thing of a martinet in "holding the boys in," as lie himself expressed it. Ho was doing Ills best to save them from perhaps the worst temptations that wore offered to any body of men In. history. It is no secret that the troops rankled under tho stern disci pline, and tho brigadier was tho most generally hated man alive—by his men. They adopted all manner of ex pedients to show their feelings, and one or tlie most popular was to pot hold of the Arab and Egyptian news boys and teach them to call out the brigadier's name, prefixed by some of the most lurid of Australian adjec tives and invectives. The feelings of the brigadier can bo imagined when ho heard the newsboys in child-like innocenco calling out ....

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LOCAL PRICES, WHOLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 25 November 1915

LOCAL PRICES, WHOLESALE. Prime chaff £5 Feed oats 3s 6d Bran Is Id Pollard Is 4d Potatoes, best £16 Oil cake ,£15 ton Onions 4s cwt. Tho Australian, Mercantile. Land and Finance Company Limited report under date 18th November, 1915 :—Sheepskins. —Tho offerings this week totalled 20,000. Tho usual buyers were present and, while a good enquiry prevailed for all description?, no chango can bo quotod in tho market. Hides.—Thorn was a good attendance at the auction gales this week when cata logues comprising 2680 hides and kip wcro submitted. Competition was keen and last week's pricoa wero strongly maintained. Tallow.—Small supplies wcro sub mitted at tho auction sales on Wednes day. Competition was brisk and for all classes the market advanced JE2 per ton. Tho Australian Estates and Mortgage Co. Ltd. report offering a catalogue of '2776 lwlcs at their wool sain. With the exception of a largo merino clip from N.S.W., the selection consisted almost entirely of .smaller crossbred and meri...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 25 November 1915

Millet Seed, otc. Siart >cci, dry threshed, ^sf.ltRsinay'ng quality, at 3.}d per picked Ambercane Seeds 5r--jv.vct v.»r:eiy, at -Id per ;t t-'> fi .m H:.\vth<jrne Bros., s»w season's hay has been J^rj Kcr*sg Vale, and sold at E Pul-Iic Notice. *"•••• - Piano, Thur :• v-'.cock! S-S. For Sale. S'il'l1,' ' A case '■ Sv. 1 lV:a:ces. Iiindcr V., H. EI.LIOTT. 80 For Sale. 7 —•Its from ^"T f'o:a school :'-4z subdi ; ! ^ l*tar l-ounds J UiTiii.iixy, Vale. For Sale. in lhorouRh J'X 0*r«? T ,i,jnu Very litlle ®:ei«'0'»HS flr'PP«l'3. A l»r 11 v THE .MAXAGER, ly;rt:il Downs. For Sale. l^*n'?BV vkerosene) Oil En ?"P" Nearly new. In Jf er' 10s cash. 1 w- HINDER, * Co'.vii.ji'ov-sireet, Pj t Klltiu. ~r^i> \ a sale I"-"' ' --'.'j*.. commission. Money to Lend. I^Koro,, v . MONEY. WEtaveji T b , LENnar,s.c'|iulou,1,-o'MontfVTO fffFtP a:'<l °r",\ c'Jrreut vatps t-^HOLb ,,, i ''"us on ^1emA\:L"asehold t&J' ' « 7 yr-.ro . "Jr tcrni of !>.k3 Principal jfw,ln ,ho ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 25 November 1915

METHODIST CHURCH. The Boort Sunday School anniversary was celebrated on Sunday and Monday last. Rev. H. Richardson conducted the services on Sunday. The singing of the children was excellent- Miss Cameron was organist and Mr P, Cameron conductor. The collections for the day were slightly under £\, which the superintendent (Mr M'Laren) considered highly satisfactory. On Monday the church was well filled for the concert, and an interesting and varied programme was presented, con sisting of recitations, action songs, dialogue, and selections of children's hymns. The performers acquitted themselves creditably and received hearty applause for their efforts A large number of prize books was dis-1 tributed during the evening to the great delight of the recipients Mr M'Laren proposed a hearty vote of thanks to all who had contributed to make tiie anniversary the success that it was, especially emphasising the value of the services rendered by Miss Cameron, who trained the children in singin...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Mallee Allotments Available. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 25 November 1915

Mallee Allotments Available. The following allotments situited in different parts of the North-West and North-East Malice nro available for ap plication up to Wednesday, l't Decem ber : — Parish of Carwarp. — 638 nrres, 1st class, 22s Gd per a^rc, 6 miles from Car warp . 634 acres, 1st class, 22s fld per acre, 4 miles from Carwarp. Parish of Carwarp West.—036 acres. 1st class, 22s Oil per acre, 4J miles from Carwarp ; 017 acres, 1st class, 22s Gd per acre, 3J miles from Carwarp ; 019 acres, 1st class, 22s fid per a-re, 1J miles from ! Carwarp ; 640 acres, 1st class. 22s 6d per acre. 3A miles from Carwarp. Parish of lliutk.—639 acres, 1st class, 23s Gd per acre, 7 miles from Canvnrp Parish of Nurnurnenial,—5S2 acres, acres, 1st class, 22s Od per ucre, 41 miles from Carwarp. Parish of Wa^ant.—780 acres, 2nd class, 17h Gd per acre, 8 miles from Kia. Parish of Ginquam.—000 acre". 1st class, 22s 6d per acre, 0 miles from Car v.arp. Parish of Kin.—773 acres, 2nd class, 17s Od per acre, 2 ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 25 November 1915

Public Notice. SANDHURST and Northern District, TRUSTEES, Executors, and Agency, COMPANY, Limited, Bendigo. Established 1888. This Oompany is prepared t-o administer the Estates, not exoeeding in value .£500 of any boldier, being a resident of Bendigo or Northern District, dying whilst on active servico during the present war free of any charge for commission. Money to Lend. DIRECTORS,: Joseph H. Abbott, Esq., chairman, intr- Dr John Mclntyrc Eivdio chant Willimn Crowley, Esq., solicitor. Johu II. Goiuige, Esq., vice-chairman, Gcorgu V. Lansell, Esq., mino owner, graxier Offices—View Street, Bendigo. JAMES F. B. McQUlE, Manager. ^ View Street, Bendigo. FODDER SEEDS. SORGHUMS, Essex Rape, TefF Grass, Sudan Grass, Japanese and other Millets, Giant Mangels, Sugar Beet, Sinclair's Champion and other Carrots. Quotations given. Freight paid to your nearest railway station, and below Melbourne prices. Tomato Plants.—Smith's Main Crop, the most prolific in cultiva tion. J.* per dozen post f...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 25 November 1915

PREVENTION BETTER THAN CURE Biliousness is caused by n sluggish torpid liver due to constipation or ir regularity of the flow of bile. Cham berlain's Tablets relieve biliousness by clcansing the 6tomach, liver and bowels. If you are subject to bilious attacks prevent them by taking a course of Chamberlain'B Tablets. They will stimu late your sluggish, torpid liver.—Sold by all atorea Boort and Quambatook. Public Notico. CommomvealtfiltfeJBaitk « farafe URAL) OmCK sYDNKY | ft General Banking: Business I CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON g Olbl« remittances made to, and drafli drawn on far^i^n places direct Foreign bills I negotiated and collected. letter* of credit iw«n*«t to a»-v part of the w-nrht. ■ Banking and Exchange Hu>tne*M of every dr»-ri.>t'ori ira'Kvted within t.h«* ('-"niritonweftith. United Kingdom and altrnad Current aivount* ojtened I jmuI on fimi dci*>»iu Advances made against approval »ecuritip-. Savings Bank Department 6RANCHC8 In th« chief centres ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 25 November 1915

...... -President's'-allowance, ^035., disfilloweJ, bejiig.oxce.'jsoyornntoii it fixe J. Examined. <• ; JAMES BARR, A.C.P.A., November nth, 1015- ' ' Govermncnt ^Municipal Audiuv ~ , " - Melbourne, "=■ /November ;r7th November,. 1915. The President.and Councillors, " Shire of Gordon, Boort. Gentlemen,-^yc ^ ^ ^ tbat , have audited lhc Books nud Accounts of .your Shir, for year ended witll the exception of the item "President's Allowance X,5o, ,hid, is^2o3s. in excess of the amount allowed, by Sect.on 69 of the Local Government Act. fhc excess k disallowed. ' , The following were not produced to .me . . . \ Vouchers.—No. 7A, J: S. Malone--- - ■..-•*• ^-5' 5 c s No. 526, Delaney Bros. ••• ••• 20 0 Contract No. 348, W. J. Keys ... r" ... 47 'f' " Your attention is called to the large amount ol arrears of latcs and sauitai y charges. The books and accounts were presented in-good order, and 1 wish to thank y,,ur Sij;-,-i:t;iryf jj. Graham, for his courtesy and attention during...

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SHIRE OF GORDON. STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR YEAR ENDING 30th SEPTEMBER, 1915.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 25 November 1915

SHIRE OF GORDON: STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR YEAR ENDING 30th SEPTEMBER, <915. ) RECEIPTS. Bank Cr. Balance ... Ridings and Trust A/c. Credit Balances Cash in Hand, 1913-14 General Rates Current (including 3s. over paid ... General Rates---Arrears General Rates—Interest Pan Charges -Current Pan Charges-Arrears Pan Charges Interest .... - Weighbridge Fees.— Boort ... - ... ^15 Barraport ... 9 Pyramid Hill ... . 32 Mologa • 1 Mincha ... .'2 12 6 S 5 Dog Registration Fees Daily Registration Fees Sheep Dip Fees, Pyramid Hill Government Endowment Equivalent for Liccnccs Police Court Fines. Slaughtering Licences Fox Suppression—Sale of Skins ... Pound Fees ... ... ... Pound Sales ... ■ ... Material Sale ... .... Contractors' Deposits Timms' Lake Reserve Rent... Contract Refund Office Rent Refund Asphalt Refund ' ... • Maintenance of Tanks and Wells Refund Miscellaneous— Electric Light Orddr Expenses Refund ... £12 18 id Sundries ... 10 6 24 to iS 14 Joint Works — ...

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