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THEFTS FROM THE STORES. LAPSES OF A PEERESS. CASES OF "BRAIN STORMS." [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 15 July 1914

THEFTS FROM THE.STORES. I : LAPSES^OF A PEERESS. . CASES OF "lilt AINSI'ORMS."' '» Keccnt eases in .England have called atten ion to the prevalence of steaing from shop couu.ors, which goesi n among wcil-io-do ' and ''respeoiao-e . people. It is ono of the most p <■'»' plexaig of the lesser problems with wheica tlia management of a shop os peciully oi the Lugo s'.oro with lutuij dci^ai-uncuts, has to deal, . t What Uxy financial value cf the ' artio.es s olen amounts to in the course of tho yeat no largo estaWisiiment can say with any curtain y; but "each of tlKse has on the avelage-roughly about cn«i caso. oi dc-'.ected theft t Christmas, when the eiiip.at.on and the appar ent ■ chances of irosmimty from dttec tiou aro greater, one "shop luis caught as many as 40 pilferers in a single Uay; but wiiat proportion " lies- who aie caught bear to • those who successiul'y got away with their plunder no -one can approximately gue.ss. Aor is hero any- l.mit, %o the curious tortus...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
APACHES "ROUNDED UP." NIGHT SCENE IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 15 July 1914

APACHES "ROUNDED UP." I NIGHT SCENE IN PAltlS. Passongois coining back lato from tlio outer boulevards of Paris ono night, roccntiy found a striingo croup assembled under ho arches, near tho Cliapollo s'.ation, Some thirty or forty sorious-luoking citizens, mixed with rowdy navvies and mud-ipsttorcd cyc lists wore rospoc. fully listening to what might liavo been a sermon, deliv ered, however, m too low a voico to roach the outsider. It was half-past ouo in .ho morning—an hour a. winch it is not considered very health/ to linger near -the unlics of the viaduct of La (Jimpcllc, and certainly most o! '.Jie passers by looked askance ai tho somo.vhat sinister assembly which was rea.ly no'hmg ol-so than a band ol "pUun clothes" and disguised police (>.lijiaring lor a raid. All <this neighborhood is infected with daugorin.s criminals, ami attacks upon BolitJiy leot-passengers have been so frequent lately that tho police had de cided to beat up Jie boulevard and ar rest all up...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PIERCING WIT: [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 15 July 1914

piercing wit: . A few weeks ago- n famous Bri isli statesman and a friend were walking through a picture gallery where iliere was ii portrait' of a well-known man who was noted • for saying sharp '•liipcs. , ''•How wonderfully like I" said tlio friend. "You can see tho quiver on his lips." "Yes," replied the statesman, and tho arrows coming out." '

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUFFRAGE DEMONSTRATION. FIASCO IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 15 July 1914

SUFFRAGE DEMONSTRATION. FIASCO IN l'AIUS. Tlit- walls uof Paris wore plentifully placarded with .lie announcement of a grand feminise dLinuiutration in favour of women s suffrage on a rciynt Satur day, when ladies and all sympathisers we.o cordially invited to join ilie pro cession, which was to start from lie unites of an advertisement agent, who had organ.sed .lie affair, and march tile length of .lie boulevards. It w'us stated that two must important. femin ist groups would share in -ho demon stration, but this appears to have been unauthorised, their presidents repudi ating all responsibility or sympathy. 'Puis being the first time .hat femin ism has "gone into the s roots" ilixtro was considerable curiosity, and a huge crowd blocked the traffic in the Hue tie Mon.martie before the time fixed, and was controlled by an imposing force of polico. A magnificent calico banner was" displayed from a balcony of the advertising agent's ollice, in scribed with t-lio desire of women for co...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CURED. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 15 July 1914

v CURED. "This,'*, said ".lie guide,, who was piloting a "liuiich of tourists through a museum, as he ooiuted to a'mummy, "was a high priist, tho wisest mun of his day. He lived 10 a great age." "Was his last..iilnc-ss ialai?" queried tho. wag of tho hunch (there always is one). "Of course * it was," • auswere! i lie gtidc," with a look of pity at the other. "That's queer;7' rejoined tlio wi„-. gish one. ; "His appearance would seem to indicate that ho has perrr.a nen'-ly cured."

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 15 July 1914

THE A'ICTIM. TheJrishman had liad a serious ac cident,' ai:d had been thus ied olf to the hospital to bo operated upon." As lit. lay on", tho bed he beckontid ,to the nms:-1 .and said weakly— f'I'll not ho opera cd upon by ihat docthor;-': You must 'find another one.". * "Why?" remonstrated tho nurse, he is one of tlio. cleverest surgeons living.'' "ilayb,'," was tho reply, "hut lie lias an unlucky name-. 1 heard him say his' name is Doctor Kilpatrick— and, ye see, my name is Patrick." ,

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914

i JURSE MAXTED, •W^-^WIjOMA, -.l-ONDON^ - .rj> ^*«v>^$-frefc:At chnrgo. • - Has also Fii\\ntelIomcforMM\vifery. * utients be lure. alter, and aunnR .. . coiichemoiit. "/Roakd. MouEBATBjt. •i\ i '■ "vStwnp cjvologo for roI)Iy' : :. '' On rlton,'' Burgess St."; AUSUKN? MELBOURNE. • Phone,1242. Haw'thorn. " . . ' . :c?ictii>-»'.'! Premier CATERER. 1, ;M —SEED, 300 Hargrcaves Street. :*rymnlu-*s {orwaK-'od. fev nil Northern i^rict picnics, wed ^y^ngffj'Cl-^i'cU fi:ho.»] fetes. • '.MOOo ''Oil our: BRIDE CAKES ■ '..Visit Heed's Tea -Rooms when in Ben ' James Woods, k\*. BOOTMAKER, „ 'i'OCKS nl! Idnl? of.'Iitdias', Gent.'#. 1 ' anil ChilJrens' Foolvcnr. ' all waists to ail measures. ."■■j. •■' •"■ ' •••. * ~ Prevapt Repairing. You do;;': Vave to pare ycur foot w wear .- ■ • y Vv* CC-ds' Boots. " •> X*aibQL*t Motel. . ''his ir -to:c;ate building offers '.•rrnience to visitors : Lit*, intveliing public, * -'.-i!/.';>nm>.rcial Room, Billiards and well ventilated Bed .fifj-i ...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914

WOOL WAREHOUSES, 573 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. WOOLanp grain AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW AND GRAIN WEEKLY. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ON THE ENSUING CLIP OF WOOL For Stile In Melbourne or Shipment to London. The Company act Strictly as .Selling Brokers. ADVANCES ON GRAIN. £ YOU MAY REST ASSURED cfaai iecdttm's Pills wBl be of {rut service to you if your stomach is out of order m y*or liver is slujftsh. The conditions of life in these days are so strenuous that •early everybody is at times, overtaken by various derangement? of the digestive organs. Even die strongest and healthiest occasionally require a little corrective gjartirinr It is worth remembering that thousands of people have proved that BEECHAM'S \ PILLS I ^•edtfy exert & curative effect upon the disturbed organs and restore them to thdr wrmal healthy state. This splendid preparation has a world-wide reputation for ralievirn the ailments arising from stomach and liver and kidney disorders, juch a...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914

AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. Tho quantity of mangel seed to uso per aero is from Gib to 101b' When dibbled properly, 31b will suliku. Xearly lialf of tlio dry matter In vegetation consists of the "element; cur bou, and ujl of it is derived from tlio carbonic acid gas contained in the at mosphere. A<t what rate should hurley l>o seed ed to tlio aero? Some tests show that 1831b gavo tlio best return. There was a much larger yiold of grain and a superior quanti:v of •teas-. lu the domain of agriculture it used to ho thought thut a man could suc ceed only wliero :t ho soil wus right, the wator supply right, and tho cli umto right. Now- it is recognisod that 'tlio chief • olomont of sueccss is tho man himself. ■ Close on £300 : worth of jowollory was seemed by thieves at Zorintii linlkiug's shop, Sydnoy, on 'Wednes day. ; - . Liindsockers from other parts at this State, and from overseas, nro rapidly taking tho good laud with wator rights in tlio Eohuca district. Growers of citrous ...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRACTICAL COW VALUES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914

PRACTICAL COW VALUES. "Nothing IS clearer than that the successiul ureeder ot tho future wiii be a boou-keeper and a statistician. - This S'tuemcnt u a;> made some time ago by n,. Davenport, Dean or the Il linois College of Agriculture. (jf course ho aid not mean the breeder may carry on liis work by noting simii ty tho records of ins cows, but rather .no successful breetier will Keep records ot ins cows and. uso uiein in direct ing ins breeding operations. There is tho well recoguisctl dairy iorm, a form mat is adapted to tuury work. Wliiio a person may determine from tiie con formation whjthor the auim.u is <■! dairy or beef : reeding, yet Micro is no one who can determine from ap pearance how much work a cow can no by looking at her. intelligent people givt expression by their manners, speecii and behaviour oi a certain amount of their attain ments. j But the worth of a per son must bo measured by what he can 'do, and not by appearance. JJe must work, and his work m...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Proposed New Loan. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914

Proposed New Loan. Mr S. Long, of Tragowel, writes in the Kerang "New Times "as underRe the proposed new oan of £15,000 I think for our ouncillors to even think of such i thing in the face of the financial position of the.shire shows their iack' of common sense. The 5 cavenue of the shire-is nearly all 'wallowed, up now in interest and salaries, and do thc-y mean to tell is that they arc £ oing to spend another £1,000 a year of the ,-atepayers money to fin'ance the lew loan. .Cr O'Donnell says "Strike an additional rate of 3d in the Is not our burden of •ates and taxes now greater than ;ve can bear ? Shall our shire ;ates be increased for the rest of our life, just that our councillors nay have the pleasure of spend- " ing the money ? The present state of the shire finances is a lisgrace to former Crs. I do. not ;ay the present ones, for they have had but an uphill fight. A .cood rule for life is—"If you have not got money to pay for a thing, do not buy it." I say to our councillors...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DUCK FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914

duck farming. ((13i* S.H.S.) There aio two principal seasons when ducks imiy bo hatched, Out as a mat ter or Jiict. they may bo hatched sat isiaotoruy any month of the year - iiavo set eggs every. season and secured goon results, but l tavour tho autumn and spring months. It is not gener ally wise to hatch lieu eggs outsmo 6! three or'four months, ami those months should be in the spring, say lr,om Au gust to November, whereas duck eggs can bo hatched with the greatest or success during March, April, May and June, the autumn and early spring mourns, and August, .September, Oc tober, and November,, and oven De cember in the spring and early' sum mer. 1. prefer Apru'and May in thb Autumn, and tiept-enber Ootouer auu November in the spring. Autumn hatching is not generally undertaken by the average duck mail, as eggs are so valuable during this .time, and many tftiuk by hatching out, "f season, as it were, good results must follow. liut it is not out °f season with tbo ducks. 1 mean th...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914

SPORTING NOTES. (By "Rambler.") the turf. • At the half-yearly meeting of the Council of "Victorian Associ ation of Ladies' Benevolent ' _ Societies held on Tuesday a motion was carried in favor of legalising the totalisator as follows That in place of the present unsatisfactory,systems in - vogue of obtaining money for | charitable purposes, the Govern ment be asked to introduce legis lation by imposing a tax on all amusements ; further by legal ising the totalisator and deduct ing a percentage therefrom for charity, or, failing the foregoing, by imposing a direct charity tax. The Premier, Sir _Alexander Peacock, was asked To express ins opinion on the totalisator. [lis reply was short, sharp, and decisive : "I have," b.<j -ss'ia,* "always leen oyvposed to th-. introduiHioa ' the totalis;!tor, av! vr>yy"strong reasons indeed would have to be advanced to induce me toceascthatopposition. I can bn 110 party to legalising betting."

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXTRAVAGANCE. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914

EXTRAVAGANCE. < »v iiedfiold Inmills^. CHAPTER I. lloniuuLit Senium sat lu Uis little music s.ure (lillngctl m gloomy re liections. 'lnings liad ueen going oauly. It was iiic dull season; pat rons were nuiiu luu nnivy, and tneir purchases were meu^te. Tho bu.cher and i/unor wuro becoming msistem, 1101 ;o mention the grocer, and tfio rent iioiild bo dtiu iu-morroiv. ile was moru dollars shy tor that than ho cured to thmk about,. , Ho picked up the af eruoon paper, again and s-aicd reswitiuily aj tho big headlines on tho flout pago and tlio pictures tlm went with tfiom. "Look at dot!" he growled, though there was, no ono to hear. "JDoso vor damitiio plutokni-on, doy mako mo sio. Hard-vorkin' men aiiid't got onougli to pay doir bills, nud dose, doy waste loir money on such fool ishness 1 Aeh'Himiuel, it vas a pity. 'i'ho door opened lo. 'cho tinkle of tlio littlo bell nnd a middro-aged man onterod ivith alert and purposeful step. '•Afternoon." ho greeted Hermann cheerfully. ...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Scraps and Gleanings [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914

Sci'agJs arid dleanirigsi After the ba.Il-, and at an early hdur on Thursday miming, a I, ?? attached to a gig;; owne.l oy Mr J. Kennedy, bditdj out of One of the hotel yards and took wie opposite direct'on/rcml.Om The! vehicle was upS2t tlud.igV ■ collidirlg withapodtof ths bri Ige oyer the river, and the horse'got clear. Mr J. Coujhlan foariJ tho runaway opposite Mr John For rester's residence during thr.diiy and brought him into the town ship, where he Was restored to his owner, According to the Bodrt '' Stan dard" about a do2en of the chil dren attending- tile Jos tj Stati school will attend at.the Council meeting to-day to g'ain an insight" into the ways'of how miatintrs are conducted; It is abo quite probable that a,number of chil dren from the Pyramid Hill and Durham Ox schools will also bt in attendance.—Mayhap a- highl in the Federal House prio:* ti the double d'ssolution would have been more to th&ir lilting !t . • - •' # * ' One day last week Constable Taylor foun...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Money-Lenders. CHAPTER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914

[ The Money-Lenders. CHAPTJitt 1. To all outward, seeming, although it afterwards turned out that one must not judge by appearances, "Winnie Wil mer was sovorely practical; Dickie Hil ary was not. lionco what our Amer ican cousins call "tho trouble"; for troublp there was. of a very serious kind, anil It good- deal of it arose from .Winnie's mamma-'/sitting uudor" tho youthful Bev. Bobert Lavouder, who hhd strong views on tho subject of mat rimony, So, i'or the matter of that, had Winnie's mamma, although, unliko tho Bev. Robert, she lacked a pulpit from which to utter, them; - Briefly, tho Bow Bobert Lavender had been struck* by tho number of un married girls in the suburbau parish. Tho jirejudices oC modern society, and his own somewhat limited income, con trived to prevent him from marrying moro than one of them. Bosidcs, she did not feel that it would be fair to rob the parishioners of tho stimulus of so great a prize-as himself by unduly entering into, the bonds of matrimony. B...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOORT A Bolt. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914

BOORT (prom our own correspondent.) —A Bolt.— A narrow escape from a smash I np occurred in front of (1. Wilscn's store on.Tuesday. Mi Lackmmn's ' horse was standing in a spring dray with the wheel chained, ind Mr H.-Brown's horse was tied to a "tree. A child riding down tbe ' street 011 a small tricycle startled thi first horse, which bolted ell ■ • and struck the buggy of Mr Brown. This excited the other horse, which was unable to get away, but ii twisted round the ,tree and was ■ thrown • down, overturning the vehicle, while Mr Lacknunn's horse bolted round the corner and was captured neai Liscombe's. There was no serious damage dont to either vehicle, only the axle of • Mr Brown's btiggy being bent. s —Accident.— W'iiile playing near the school on Tuesday a little daughter of Mr L. '. Dinner had- the misfortune to fall and • break her leg. 'It appears , 'from what we can learn, that she i had, with other children, been playing with Mr Pickering's ''og, '■ and was leaving the sch...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHAPE OF THE COW. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914

SHAPE OF THE COW. In Holland a good deal ol discussiou lias taken placo 011 tho relation, » any, between tlio couforuianou anu milk yield of cows. Herr j. Keimois an agricultural teacher at "Wageningen investigated catt!o in tlio Friesuui licrd-baok, and had iirefornco to 30U animals from two and a quarter and three years old. ' His '-conclusions wero as follows:—The mills yield1 in creases slightly with increasing height of crupper; but tho increuso can 'by no means bo callcd regular, and a strong connection, between tho . itwo factors could not bo estaWishetl. Ani mals with siiiail, or with very doop breasts appear to givo a smaller yield than animuls which aro normal in this respect, but tho dilfercnco was ito° slight to make tho deduction of prac tical value. UMiero is 110 regular re lationship between mill; } eid and length of hindquarters,-or >v!d'.h le tween haunches or breadth f pclv^t. Animals with normal breadth of pelvis give moro milk than ihoso with larger or smaller...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Co-operation. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914

Co-operation. The largest consignment 01 ecffs that ever left the Quamba took Station was dispatched on Tuesday mornin;:. The consign* tits -Pioneers Co-operative Company, and con sisted of 20,000 eggs. gtgns ofilic Scaco.i. The Railway Commissioners an nounce that, in consequence of the dry season, they .<iiv«- ap uroved M' fodder consigned for starving stock to bo earned at two-thirds of the onlinnry rates on the Glenloth to Sea L'^*.and Quambatook toChillingollahlines.

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XXI. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914

OKKiAL sSXUiU ANNAtSEi. UliAV. UHAl'IKU JvaJ. What of Lenure.- \\lu.l0 j,iU( s|le V«IUS/lOd to? ' Jior Ill-lion., H..o ail portect-ly C'onsis'oiui ana raiiunul. kno called a cab, told tiio man to drivo to a lowollor's, and there sold Jicr ring Sho was 'quito calm and resigned; sin Know what sho had 10 . oxptot, and taioro was a strong philosophy under lying lior passion and feeling wh.ch ma«0 hor accept lior doom in all resig nation. Hardness and injustice had boon suddenly infused into a lilo so l:iii and sweet'—it seemed unpossiolo ■ it should linvo so black an onuiug. Ilaru I 11 OSS jvas, howovor, not Unknown to iior. Ko»- had ever shrunk from wounding hor, and still tower had . over studied her interests, comforts, or desires. Colonol Stanier had not been, strictly speaking, an ■•amiable" man. Without lior romantic devotion, slio would have found it difficult to liavu supported his tyrannies, but. she had always fancied alfection underlay tlieni .Holl, our delusions are always p...

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