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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 21 January 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. A litilo ammonia added to tho soap suds used for oleaning paint is very ftl fectivo. Warm soapsuds should bo used for cleaning furniture before furniture vonin is npiiliwl. Corks boilod fur five minute* before use in tho case oi bottled fruits, etc., ciiu bo easily pressed in, nnd thru make perfectly airtight stoppers. l'o remove tar marks, nib a little butler on tho spot and allow it fr fctand until tho tar is softened, when it will wasli out with warm water uim' soap. lo clean a dark costume, sponge villi cold tea, to which a small luinj) of ammonia lias been added. Tins also answers admirably for men's and hoys suits. To remove spots from silk, mix to gether oiii- ouneo of essence of lemon anil half an ouneo of turpentine. Hub with a linen lag over tiio .spots To remove Mark greaso from a white sweater, rub lard into the greaso spot, let stand oi«iui^lit, and then wasli in hot, soapy water and tin, sweater will bo wliito apam. Gems.—Tw., Cupfuls of Sour mill;, Ol...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Clearing Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 21 January 1914

CJeas'irjg Salo. Messrs Thomas' Morrow and Co. report bavins held a*highly successful eloariivv sale on the farm of Mr J. F. O'DonncH. at O.ikvalo, on Wednesday last, ovorv lot submitted liein;;- sold at prices very a.vlisfaclo.'y to tho vendor. Quotations : 2G0 mo rino owes (full-mouth) with lambs at foot, l'i ; ii",ho-s?, £13 I" ; lamii:!. 1;'- i : milch. cows, K-'i 1l' 1o .V.", (i ; yoi.;:i<e; cattle, ,'J-H ; old iul.rvi.H:-c (M.irlin), II!) It*:-;; reap'jrand liin-J. .•'..'JO JO* : J if I ' r.rd i: ; ,1 ! :j !:• 'i i> ; ?'•: ; i';i!-: i / <•:» quarts-- tYir : : !*' I ;>: r a;:: and t'l : 1 s::mhLv, lnrrdturo an ! ./r.; For Job Printing v.\> leal t':■? w,:v. (livo U'l a I. ;

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 21 January 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (I3y "llusticus.") Ono of tho mofil wclcomo of the in timations made by the Statu i'rotmor at fissondon tho other night was ihni somo propor investigation* is to bo mudo as to the manner in which tfio operations of tho Closer Settlement system aro being conducted. Every body interested m the working of the laud mubt realise tho need tor this. Thoro aro many serious phases which must bo grappled with, and that with out delay. There in the failure ol a largo number of settlers on many ol: those irrigated settlements to keep up their payments to the Stale—-thu payments ol tho usual purchase instalments, mul inlorOvSt upon outstanding instalments, interest upo.i arrears, und interest upon loans advanced on farms bj the board. It has been shown that the total arrears due by settlers to tho State on account of tho pureh;.^ ol their land oXCcods £150,000. This money covers only pa\mwits over due, and interest, hut dorp not, ol course, include the payments ol pur chase mon...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Law Relting to Newspapers [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 21 January 1914

!/:tiV ltdatiug to Aewspajx-rs. J. Subscribers who do not n jf0£3 notice to the contrary are cmi idered as wishing to continue il.. 11 aewspnper. 2. If subscribers order the <'i-<c('n innance of their periodicals. He- |.«l> ialicr inny continue 'o bei..i i|.. id jntil »rr"ars are paid. 3 If subscribers refirn or n. »l >1 o take any periodical frnm ilie a which they aro directed, ifiey ne ■ .".sponsible until they buve mrl ,| iheir bills, and ordered the pciiodictli o be discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to otli^c places without informing ilif pub Miers, and the papers are sent <c •.heir former direction, the subxcrib.ri ire responsible. 5. The courts have decided tli*t " refusing to take periodicals from the officp, or removing or leaving them un calUd for, is prima facie evidence ol intentional fraud," 6. If subscribers pay in advance for a petiodical, they are bound lo Rive notice to the publisher at the end o( ihe time that they do not ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 21 January 1914

n i 1.1 .. KAW IS- AIIO| U' i|"iU IT I ii .. v.) i-F A'sA ', ;v./ ^ £' vV V/ \7 ^35 cater xov -die Merr OT»1 T\ . ;v3' sjp the Latest les, ? j, Women ana Children Come. .j WILL. BE PLEASED.! And, more particularly, give th^j Little Ones-a treat. ! oyr Glen's Department re showing &.. - „--s SiyUss for Summer Wear &n-j llsi&c "s3nm Tussore Silk Shirts, Jap Silk| Shirts, Cambric Shirts in Plain and; Tucked Fronts, Light-weight Under= shirts and pants, and a big Variety of H ats in Panamas, Straw Boaters and Felts. Ties, Hosiery, etc. L ADIESV-We have Secured an •guarantee Sa,t§sfaoti©n m this Department" av ¥01! ;c.- rtxr^'c-w^sr^sas^^sceiri | d 14f A W'a 79 (C? l-i L! /V\ "VAX/ &J li k I a V v The IRed Moused Q y M;1 B ATO 9 K* .Wishing cme and ail a Wler^y Km as. ' hiook Hotel, QUAMBATGQK. (TO* Sstc^«3 ttf Use ItiR&fcejs --•■*- *-»t ■ — fslljtrl'ioi* .]■•"•" ■■ \ t'~>1 *3V; ft' '41*3 -tyth'fa ijlfjc, 1) 1%ij riii-i t*j »?■.•;■;" .t" /#• fit...

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100 WELL KNOWN TO NEED AN "AD." [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 21 January 1914

100 WELL KNOWN TO NEED AN "AD." This idea that you have lived so Inns in town that everybody knoivs you anJ you don't need >o advertise is a mistake. This very indifference to advertising, indifference to doing business as it is done in this day and age, is what has enabled the catalogue or mail ordei houses to grow from mere nothing to great concerns. The merchant who can convince the people of his section, ami, kscp iliein convinced that his-stortf « the ben place to buy this and that arti cle, will not lose trade to the mail up let li. i'?c. Cf course he cannot afliiril to ■jc: i'ut a catalogue as thick as a lllble Ihi: he can keep an advertisement in hu local paper, and see that it is changed, tints keeping new bargains continually befor the public. He should also ha,-e a mailing list, and send out a circulai letter at least once a month. Don't look upon your country newspaper as :m vbjcct of charity. There is not a tiuyle country newspaper in the State, , nith • (.caeral loc...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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POSTAL RATES. NEW SCHEDULE DETAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 21 January 1914

-r POSTAL RATES. NEW SCHEDULE DETAILED. Tuo new postaqe rates, which chuk Into force on 1st May, win ri pfnnj postage will operate throughout ilit Commonwealth, are as follows :— Letters, Id per £oz. Letter cards, 6ingle, Id each ; r pi. Id each half. Postcards, (ingle Id ; reply, Id fact half. --..v.". Printed paper*, as prescribed, } I pei 2ozs. or part of 2ozs. Coots printed oatside Anatrali«, Jtl. per 4ozs. or part of 4oz«. Boobs printed in Australia, J I. j» i 8oz5. or part of 8oz». Magazines, that is to say— (а) Magazines, reviews, Eeri»l>, *r.d other similar publications printnl *i.d published in Australia in number* intervals not exceeding three motiihit, Jd, for Sozs, or part of 8ozs."~ (б) Magazines, reviews, serial*, nnd Other similar publications (inclu.ti'ig newspapers) printed and pub!i*ln il i ut side Australia in numbers at inu-i > >h not exceeding three months, Jil j»-r (ozs. or part of 4ozs. " llansurd," that is, reports t I1.: 'iamentary debPVT printed mi...

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A TERRIBIE SUITOR CHAPTER AXVIII. SHAWCROSS AND HIS DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 21 January 1914

A TERRIBIE SUITOR JBy Mrs. Harriott Louis, Author of "Found Guilty," "Tiio Doublo Lite " oto.) ULIAi'TKLi. „vXVIII. SHAWCliOSS AND MS DAUUllTi:-; It was twilight of the day on which occurred tho events detailed in the pre ceding chapter. ill tho west lingered a few laint. flllShevs of tllo faded sunset. A soil hush, peculiar to Nature's holiest r.iul tenderost hour hung over hill and val ley—a lnish broken only by tho niu.->ic of bird an<l insect life. Leaning upon a small gate that le>' from a la no of Xirentholm house to t'.'o road, was a bright laoed pleasant. tocr ing girl, who seemed almost pretty wit.'j lior Hair blown away U'oin hor face, i'vi check.-, Ilushed, her mouth smiling, ami her eyes full of dreamy light. Kilo was -Maggie Xiiipion, tho dang* ■ tor of Shawcross, the maid ot Lady Dunnioro. Hor dtc>» ua> a pud; print, and be came her well, and about her shoulders was gathered a Scotch shawl which she woro as sho liad seen her mistress wear costly ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 21 January 1914

Tii; Feopls's Fruit Fake. (Next Quambatook St ■ JAMES J. PURC^LL DESIRES to inform the PUBLIC of Quambatook and surrounding dis tricts that he has Opened an up-to-date Fruit and Soft Drink Palace where the public can depend upon everything fresh and coo). Don't Argue! p"t?h, A. E. ADAMTHWAITE. LAND AGENT AND VALUER. STATE LAUD TAX ASSESSOR. Farms & Building Allotments for sale. Ideal Residental Sites, Cheap. . AGENT FOR— L. A. Fairbairn & Co., Stock ■ Salesmen. Colonial Mutual Fire and Live Stock Company. Deutscher Son and Walker's Oil Engines and Chaff cutters. A. E. ADAMTHWAITE, QUAMBATOOK. C. J. Ansett, IMGLEWOOD, TTTHSHES to notify Motorist3 that n he sends Mechanics to any Nor thern District to repair motors, etc. Benzine and Accessories stocked. TYRRS REPAIRED. CARS FOR HIRE. HOTIOll. HAVING purchased the SADDLERY BUSINESS recently carried on byDoRJUN Bros., I wish to bring under the notice of their customers that they will find it to their advantage to give mo...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Cemetery Trustees. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 21 January 1914

Cemetery Trustees. A meeting of the Quambatook Cemetery Trustees was held on Thursday evening1, Mr J. Cough Ian presiding., ■ It was resolved, on the motion of Messrs Griffiths and Coughlan, that persons in arrears for ceme tery blocks be written to on the matter. The resignation of Mr Fox as secretary was accepted on the motion of Messrs Griffiths and O'Donnell. Mr Coughlan* expressed the opinion that they did not possess a Church of England trustee, and, after reading a communica tion from Christ Church, sub mitting three names, Mr G. F. Gross was elected a trustee, vice Mr Fox, on the motion of Messrs Griffiths and O'Donnell. . In stating that there was some necessary work required at the cemetery, Mr Griffiths asked as to the state of the funds. Mr.D.' Keating (secretary) : Pretty low. v Mr Griffiths : Would you be surprised if there were a credit of 2s Id in the Bank ? - The Secretary : And £12 over draft ! Mr Griffiths : The ex-secretary paid in £2, which makes a credit of £2 ...

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St. Patrick's Day Outing. PROGRAMME DRAWN UP. DATE TO BE APPLIED FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 21 January 1914

Si. Patrick's Day Ouilrigr; PROGRAMME DRAWN t!l\ DATE TO BE APPLIED FOR. A meeting in connection With ths next Qumbalaok St. Patrick's Day sports was held in the Me chanics' Hall on Saturday night, ■ Rev. Father Ryan (President) in the chaii'. There were also pres ent Messrs John; Coughlan, M. Coughlin. P. Furey, Fleming, D. Keating; J. D'arc'y, T. Mason, A. .Rogers* Ti Page, J. Ryan and thehon. sec. (Mr,W. Dwyef.) - In opening, the President said other centres had met a fortnight ago for a similar purpose, and it was no. use Quambatook people lagging behind. It would take ;thepi;a!l their- time :to draw.up a 'good programme for St. Patrick's Day,-Tuesday, 17th March. Ke rang were holding their sports on that day, and the difficulty would be'with the V.R.C. as re garded the race, portion of .the programme. They could hold their sports on the day following, but, of course, that rested .with the meeting. ■ Mr Rogers thought they should not clash with Kerang, as the people of that town...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 21 January 1914

Sycling and Motor Notes. Jji (i*\v details of his everyday life is tlitr average ryj't)--**' «» careless as in his treat irieilt i>f a b>ryck<; Jl{M yet it is probable 'JwH none other of his (<-»>>« irpiys wit I* vn*ir>'i'(»jA interenf :my #Mi:ht at* tention hestouod viiiiii ft. J'e\r rru*:i ven lure out- into the world w'UKi'ril. h.ivii/g their Imots pulished, there clothes rafenfl.V dinted. ami a general air of respectability Import*'*! to their appearance by the pro cess known Us "grooming," but how nmnv lake the smallest tr<Attilo '•> preserve the il'Mrtl looks of a bicycle, or even tt» Weep it in dccc»C- running order; The rpiestfr/il of appearance is of c<7urs«ehiellv one of \kv* sonal taste, and we do not sitgj/tpst that it is necessarily a reflection upon the rider when his machine is dusty and traVt'f alaiml j hut there is often n connection Ik»« \ \ret'ii rl«Alnlh'*.,ss and ellieieney, and u cy clist wliii negle...

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Our Member. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 21 January 1914

O-r Mcn-.f. cr. A1 r IIy. Aug us, M.L.A. for Gunbcwer, rrct n\:iny of his con EliUicn'.s in Quar.ikUook en hv-i ijiUe day, iir.d lie v.-:\3 l'.v vaiious rrnr

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To Advance Quambatook PROGRESS ASSOCIATION MEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 21 January 1914

To'Advancs Quambatook j PROGRESS ASSOCIATION MEETS. We could only find space last ssue for portion of the report of the local Progress Association, and the balance is herewith ap pended DRAINAGE. Mi* A. Rogers ' informed, the Meeting he had written the Ke rahg Shire Council ctn the niatter of a report on a drainage scherrie for Quambatook, but had not met with the courtesy of a reply. Since then he had been speaking to Mr Cleeland, the engineer, who said something should be ' done in the matter. The ordin ary Shire rate was no good, and Mr Rogers suggested a special rate. Members of the Associa tion should use strong, language," and let the secretary to the.shire - . know they wanted a reply. . It was resolved that Council bs' , again written to on the subject. SIIIRE MATTERS. While on Shire mai.toi-3, Mr A.. Adamthwaite (President) said he would like to see the plantation in the township extended, as such helped to keep the dust down.; He did not think the. Shire was strong in fund...

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TO SAY FAREWELL TO AN OLD AND POPULAR RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 21 January 1914

TO SAY FAREWELL TO AN OLD AND POPULAR RESIDENT. Oil Monday evening, at Oak* vaioj Mi' J. V. O'ibnne!!, w]»< lias purchase-:] a. property on the oLner k:uo of the Murray from Yarrawon/pi, was bidden fare well by a large and representa tive gathering of friends. • IH addition, stSvc-rrd apologies .were read from unavoidable absen tees. , Cr. Coughhn presided, and, after explaining the object of the gathering, spoko in hiryh terms . of the guests of the evening. Cr. Cameron, in the course ,of his speech, said he had knoivn Mr O'Donncll for over 30 yei'S. The first time he met him wa&is a.boy "picking up" when thfeir RUSot was shearing. He c;H gised Mr O'Donncll for ,h'"-„,; worth, and wished hfiii ind/1'B family every success. Cr llogan said ho knew thSr guest as a schoolboy, and refer red to the hospitality of tHe O'Donnells when official business took him through the district. ^ • Mr H. Griffiths expressed pleal sure at seeing such a represents* tive gathering to d...

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TOO WELL KNOWN TO NEED AN "AD." [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 21 January 1914

TOO WELL KNOWN 10 NEED AN "AIL" This idea that you have lived so ton,': I in town that everybody knows you am. you don't need to advertise is a mistake. This very indifference to adveitisiii^', indifference to doing business as it is <iou- in this day and aye, is what lias enabled the catalogue or mail order houses to grow from mere nothing to great concerns. The merchant who can , convince the people of his section, and Ueep them convinced that his store is the best place to buy this and that arti cle, will not lose trade to the mail order house. Of course lie cannot afford to get out a catalogue as thick as a Uible, hut he can keep an advertisement in his local paper, and see that it is changtA tbus keeping new bargains continually Iiefor the public. ,'le should also have :t mailing list, and send out a circular letter at least oncc a month. Don't look upon your country newspaper as an object of charity. There is not a single country newspaper in the State, with a gener...

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BOORT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 21 January 1914

BOORT. (From Our Correspondent.) Kikf.—A narrow escape frotiva serious conflagration was experien ced at the Royal Kxchangc hotel last niglit. It appears that the air gas was : getting low, and just at dark the proprietor and 'his yard ass stant were filling the tank with t:en7.oline, one of them holding a light at the doo:way of thesJied while the other was pouring the liquid into the, tauk. The ' gas generated frcui the herzoHue<by some - means came'1 in contact with the light, and there.was an ex plosion, The machine and build ing was immediately a mass, of blaze. -The firemen quickly re-, spondcd to the alarm and got the lire under ■: control before much damage- was done, only the' gas machine and -sm;-.ll building in which it was- housed: being de stroyed. A brick ; wall saved the buildings. The;-'brigade, was seriously hampered owing1 to > the low pressure of water. - A fire en- I gine is urgently ; required, as the i pressure from the ; inain is bad. Mi \V. Clem...

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POSTAL RATES. NEW SCHEDULE DETAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 21 January 1914

POSTAL It.VU.s. 1 A NEW SCHEDULE DETAILED. Tue new postage rates, which came into force on 1st May, when penny postage will operate throughout thn , Commonwealth, aro aa follows :— i LetterE, Id per Joz. i Letter cards, single, 2d each ; reply, ! Id each half. Postcards, single Id : reply, Id each i half. ' I Printed papers, as prescribed, ^d per ; 2ozs. or part of 2oza. Books printed outside Australia, Jd. i per 4oz3. or part of 4ozs. i Boobs printed in Australia, Jl. per 8ozs. or part of 8ozs. Mngnzines, that is to say— (a)M iiguzines, reviews, serials, and other eimilar publications printed and published in Austr»lia in numbers at iutervals not exceeding three months, ^d. for Sozs. or part of 8ozs. (I) Magazines, reviews, serials, and other similar publications (including newspapers) printed and published out Hide Australia in numbers at intervals not exceeding tlin-e months, jd. per 4oxg. or part of 4ozs. •' Mansard," that is, reports nf Par liamentary debutes piinti'M mid put) ...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 21 January 1914

SPORTSiya NOTES. (By Rambler.) ; Messrs it/. Coughlin and Alex. Rogers have.been appointed joint \ lion. sac3. of the Quambatook Racing and Trotting Ciub, vioe MrR. Byrne, who has left the district. • The stallion Simile at Mi' John Brown's stud farm at Witting ham got into the enclosure occu pied by Prince Foote, the Mel bourne Cup winner. . The two stallions engaged in a vicious fight" until' they were parted. .Prince Foote was very little the worse for the encounter, but Simile received such severe in juries that Mr Brown ordered him to' be shot' ■ At the annual meeting of the Boort Trotting an J Racing Club the balance-sheet showed a credit of £32/8/lr>'in the Bank. /The President, in referring to the suc CCC33 of last m :eting, stated they had done better with 5s member's tickets than when' such had been issued at 10s. It ;was decided - to run a .special train from Bendigo on day of races,' tliD seeretary, re marking .that th'j - special last year, which cost £34, almost cle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 21 January 1914

To stand this Season at Quaml'atook, antf Travei the Surrounding District, , fte jStfRE-BRED CLYDESDALE STAL LION, Premier Ward. . Rising 7 years. Imported from New Zealand. Premier ward (2<m, a.d.h.s.b. and SSt, N.Z.S.B.) is a power fully built Hay btnllion, • sthnding 17 hanifc high, witli lots of good quality bone and hair; and lias grand action. He holds the Government Life Certifi cate for Soundness.. Premier W:i-d's SIRE, Premier's Pride (11,845 C.S*.R., imp.I, won as a two-year-old, first fa-izu at the Royal Show, London, and lint prize at Castle Douglas; in New Ztr-Umd lie gained first and champion prize:* at Ashburton in 1907: his progeny h;ive won many prizes in New Zealand. Grandsire, Baron's Pride (!>,122 C.S.B.), won numerous prizes as a youHjtster, and in 1S94 was first and champion male ex hibited at Aberdeen ; he also won first at Glasgow, hi IK'-.' am! JS95 he won the Kirkcudbright District Society's premium ; in lS'.lli he gained theMaelinrs Wigton pr...

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