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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914
Stock ami Sisiisn Agists MELBOURNE OFFICE, 4CS Collins Street. ' Rranciiks : QuambaTOOK, lioovt. Charlton, Wych proof, Kerang, Swan llill, anu * Barham (N.S.W.) Aucisonees*' Notice. ED. TREMffiD & CO. . BEG to notify to their numerous cli ents that they have established a branch of their business in Quambatook. They have purchased a block or lanu adjoining the tnicking yards, upon \vhich tiicv arc erecting Goou anil Cou\ cnient . Yards in which they will hold regular S™hey^Wnbe pleased -to order trucks for Fat Stock for Newmarket, anil •uperintend the loading of. Stoe K,^and will also supply latest liuoimation th« market,. ^ ^ dunstaN> Qtiasnbatcok T'.epresentativi QUAMBATOOK STOCK SALE. Thursday, JsaSy SO. • • DWARD TRENCH ARD& CO. Will S'j hold their usual Stock Sale in their ,1,.W yanis as above, when they will yard Sheep, Cattle, Horses. &c. Special Entries icr Hext Stock Sale. Further Entries Invited. EDWARD TRENCHARD & Co. Quambatook. Lalbert...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914
The Federal Cafe, QUAMBATOOK. " MISSES REGAN DESIRES to notify the public of Quambatook and district that they have purchased the business of Mr B. Costa, and hope to have ■ a continuance of the support accorded him. ? ALL FRESH FRUITS IN SEASON RECEIVED DAILY. . . •. WE GUARANTEE CUSTOMERS THAT IT IS ALWAYS FRESH. A DIG ALLOWANCE MADE OH FRUIT BY THE CASE FOR JAM MAKING, &c. SUMMER DRSFJJ-CS AND CORDIALS OF AU. KINDS. Lemon Squash St ot Pies, Tea or Coffee. ... DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS ALL CONFECTIONERY WILL RE KEPT INSIDE. ■ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ORDERS TAKEN for Large and Small Quantities in every line. Give the FEDERAL CAFE a trial and you will have every ■ civility "and attention. ' Modeiatc Prices for everything. . THE BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY. "DIGGER BRAND" .. -TOMATO SAUCE. v - CANNED FRUITS. , JAMS. ,NS,ST ON HAVING "DIGGER BRAND." ■ E. RYAN, Blacksmith, Wheelwright, Etc. Quambatook. Horses Carefuiiy Shod. A!! Repairs to Implements and Machinery promptly attended to....
Rural Workers' Union. FARMERS DECIDE TO FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914
Rural Workers' Union. : FARMERS DECIDE TO FIGHT. At a largely-attenc'ed meeting >f district farmers held at Wyche >roof, it was decided that the present l ural Producers' Associ ation' be disbamleJ, and that 'armers forward subscriptions ;owards a dafencs fund in order to protect individual farmers if picked out by the union. The Chairman fVU- J. W. Mil burn) hoped all district farmers vjuld remain u iit d and no: A inch at all. If they remaine l ;o.jethsr and suppored the move ment they could meet opposition, mt if they gave way the union vould thrust forward the unjust lemanis. They should be pre wired. to do the :ame as the Vagga farmers, st: nd together .nd resist the demands. Mr R. Allan : It wiuld be better ;o meet the other side with the iame weapon as they use and go in strike. Mr Bartram: But they have a defence fund to do that. It was unanimously decided to appoint Mr J. S. ' MacKenzie collector for the district.
THE Quambatook Times. OUR MOTTO: "Truth is great, and will prevail." WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1914. Local and General News. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914
OUR MOTTO : u Truth is great x and will prevail? WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1914. Losal and-Genera! News. The Weather. The tension in agricultural circles, caused by the prolonged spell of dry weather, is acute. Frosty nights, in addition, arc not conducive to growth, and the position at present is, unfortuna tely, only too serious. Hanc feeding has for some weeks had, perforce, to be resorted to, bui there is still time for a beneficia alteration in the season's pros pects. "Hope deferred undoubt edly maketh the heart sick." anc that "depression" discovered b\ our Federal meteorologist .is i .long time in making its appear ance. If the long dry spell hat had nothing else to recommenc i^, it has demonstrated to owner. of stock that the conservation oi fodder should be gone in for to i greater extent than is the cast at present by progressive settlers There are many who thought they had laid in a sufficient store, but they are now faced with the position of purchasing fesd oi transferring t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914
Miss Alice Mitchell A MEMBER OF THS NEW OPERA CO. WRITES OF Mmy members of the theatrical pro* feision have testified to the health giving strength-creasing powers of Clements .Tonic. Th'i letter published below in the form of a Clsnrnls Tonic testimony was received from Mus Alice Mitchell, a member of Mr. J. C. Williamson's New Comic Opera Company, at that lime appearing in Sydney. Miss Mtjheli, who keeps in the best of he-hh, speaks as follow*-: — Thealre Royal, Sydety, 5lh Jane, 1911* CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " After taking your tonic for some considerable t.'wi during an exSeniatl tour of the Common wealth and Hew Zealand, 1 find mys:li in perfect health, snd sirsnjiy l'sccmaend Clements Tonic to anyone run down or snffer'ag froa over-taxation of lb: corves. 1 also find it keeps the singing voice clear and strong. Yours faithfully, ■ ALICE MITCHELL." Trie nedicine thai JavcJ human lift, tint checks and prevents disease, and restores health In cajes where recovery hid been considered...
MEATIAN ([?] b at C[?] (4 5). A CROWDED DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914
MHATIAN (S-.J, 1> at CMI.ilA vl o). A G'flOWBED BISl'LAY. In expectation of a fine coitc.it a fairly lilt's? iiiimbor of spectators «S88mbled 011 I he Mciilldtt ground, bat t'lough t)io teams played eii'iJiss'.ly the nmtJl was n poor on.» to ivitncifsf, duo to tho un satlsfantory nature of the ground, Through a breakdcWn of a motor car fit which the rr'ni'pire uus trnveiling tlio game did II t c&lt;m*m6n&lt;S'e until •f o'cloelt. It wan iinspoi'tsnmillilie on 61k1 part &lt;>t certain lu Hackers, who so .tf&lt;r forgot tli2mselv»n aj to let their enthusiasm car.-y thorn almost to tho centro of the gtfjund, and ii was certainly disconcerting to the p aj'cvs/ rts well *s to tho m irj orderly onlookers M'ficy were just as keenly in terested in the pregrff« of tlio match. The lo2.il ti'am had a mmr'rcf of abisn tees, included aiming whom *&lt;w their enpt., 13, Booth, who had sustained an injury to liio ankle in the match ugain.ft Dor.i't. Ak...
BOORT v. QUAMBATOOK. Quambatook 6-12; Boort 6-9. THE TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914
BOOKT v. QUAMBATOOK. Quam;>3tooX £-12 j poort 6-9. The Teams. Quamba'xo'-—Gross HI, Camithers (2) G, M'G'illivray. Coughlan (2), JlU Wii!'?-.n.«n (21, Cameron, W.uirh : Half-backs— p •noi/n'tii w ri 'h * Half-backs 0.'ac.-cn?Mi >v ki,ii , . B jito-.v33. Parkinson, ulcPnerson , O-itr'e--" Son " Cimeran, Iulleen, Dickinson ; ^IMwds Murray. Pickering. HlnUon: fofv'orris-'-F.vfe, Tracey, llorpan ; Foll^W-^ck.e, I Williamson; Rover. D. Coughlan. The Play. Quimbatooli I'ad a f"11 team a^, "i n-^sent them, but lfldr&lt;?.wcra severa' a'Tsentees from the Boort rtirtk* owing ti injuries, W^avar, F. Camero,^ ana *V;ilkcr boiiiT snsctatoro. P'3/ ^Ya . i'n&din Rife! W .Sinclair hayinr charge of the gams. Th» Q'jambatoo.. ■••iny.r won the toss and too &lt; „i!/ant UTof tli - breeze. From the baunc. B jort sent forward, but a Qinmby bacV b">Vtci ii:3' t'nl- u'n-n }} wa cr.rrifi'J CO 'A' opposite ear wh«r.-» McGillivray marked ~iVi punter » behind. So r.e elsrcr cx...
Football Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914
Football Fixtures"; July 25,-Ultima v. Quam -.'cok. Meatianv.Uoorv/talbert) ug. 1—Quarfbatool; v. Moatian iloorj. v. Ultima. Fourth Hound. Aug. • 8 -BMrt V. 'QaimbaSaoJc. Ultima v. lieatian. Aug. 15—Quambatook v. Ultima. fioD'/tv. Meatian(Lalbsrt) Aug. 27—lljatian v. QaamVitoDl: (L) - . Uitimnv. ltjjrt. •'
Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914
Syelinj • and Motor Notes. I The use of vulcanised fibre, rawhirls, and corripr^srJ panei* rts material for the construction of motor cijtr gear wheels has been extf anniented \vith in varbui parts of the World without comin? into pronar.il use. The latest malaria! that is b^ing tried in England Is cot'oi fabric compressed to several tori ? p*r squama inch. The chief advan tage h daimedare r.Uiselc-s running and elasticity to take up the shock of inter mittent* drives. * In addition to these acvinfuTes this new "material is un damaged by oil or water, and is not subject to expansion or contraction from variations of temperature. Great dura bility is also claime.l, the teeth after a time developing a highly polished sur face. Gefn' wheel; .of this description are stated tcf Have given very good re sults when used for timing year wheels. Motor car racing brought into vogue the stream-line body that is now so popular. The next movement as the result of motor racing experience looks lik...
TENNIS. OAKVALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914
T E N N.I S, OAKVALE CLUB. The details of the tournament n'or an " M.S.D." racquet, under .he auspices of the Oak vale club, ire as follows : — Fikst Round. J. Furey, 14b, beat E. Furey, !a-40-20. B. Furey, 22b, beat W. Furey, >b—40-15. P. C- acrhlan, ,25b, beat L. Fu rey, 6a—40—23. , D. Gardiner, 10b, beat F. Doyle, L2b—40-36. L. Schlitz. 14b, beat D. Pent land, 12b—40-9. L. Holland, 40b, beat W. Gar iiner, 13b—4C-6. Second Round. D. Gardiner beat P. Coughlan -40-35. . L. Holland beat J. Furey—40 M. B. Furey beat L. Schlitz—40-31. TaiRD Round. L. Hollai.d beat D. Gardiner— 40-E5. B. Furey, a bye. Final. B. Furey beat'L. Holland—40 3S.
Quambatook Courains Club. CHAMPION MEETING. OFFICIALS: [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914
CoMraiiij Club. CHVUPION AI BETING. • Officials : - Prcnidenfc—Mr 9. O.imoroii! Vicc;Prjjidt;:it —.\lr A. HojerJ. Jutlg-2—.If A. lj: A&lt;i.tm3. ..St wa.'Jd—Me33ra:; J. K. King, D. GarJind:, D.'R.tcHid; E. Cottrall and W. Rest. Fiskl vl.1r.5hal—Mr Jai. Cameron. Slip St ward—Mr T. Ritchie. Hon. Ss:.— Mr M.Cjughlin. ' ■. , ' I- ' -Tiia Champion me2ting of. the Qnambatodk Gdurslng Club ran into thi second day, notwithstan ding that'there were but 19 en tries fd.- stakes amounting- to £18, with , a valuable silver cup added, presented by Mr Alex. Rogers, licensee of the Quam ba nco k Hotel. That the nomina tions ware not more numerous can be put down to. the clashing of fixtures as well as the hard state of the ground owing to heavy frosts taking preference over seasonable rain?, Hares •vere exceptionally scarce, which accounts for the two days' meet ing. Those who . kindly allowed the club the U3e of their pa Idocks vere Mrs Nolw, Messrs J. C. White! e id, C. Shaw and M. Seatin...
AT QUAMBATOOK SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914
AT QUAMBATOOX SOUTH. ■ On Saturday, last a friendly natch was piaycd between Quam '3jtook South and Rovers 0:1 the t'ovmor's court. 'Results ; — Men's '-'Doubles. L. Holland and L. Sehlitz (Q) . beat P. Ellis and D. Holt (R)—6-0. W. Davey and S. Moss (Q) lost to A, Ilo'.t and L. Ilargreaves (R) —2-G. . P. Doyle and W. Richards (Q) lost to W. Holt and G. Gollop (K) -1-G W. Richards and S. Moss (Q) lost to G. Gollop and L. Ilar >reaves (RV-—1-6. Mimed Doubles. L. and Miss MinnioSchlit^ (Q) lost to D. ahd Miss R. Holt (R) 2-G. " . L. Holland and Miss L.-Sehlitz (Q) beat. P. Ellis and Miss E. Saunders (R)—G-2. F. Doyle 'and Miss R. Brown (Q) lost to W. Holt and Miss M. Ellis (R)—5-G. W. Davey'and Miss L. Brown SQ) lost to/A I-Iolt and Miss A. Parker (R) ~5-6. Ladies'.Doubles. Misses L. and R. Brown (Q) beat Miss A. Parker and Miss M. Ellis (R) —G-2. • Misses L. and M. Sehlitz f (Q) lost to Miss R. Holt and Miss F. Saunders—2-G. The totals were:—Rovers, 46 games; Quambalook, 36 game?....
CATHOLIC FLORAL BALL. A BRILLIANT FUNCTION AND BRIGHT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 July 1914
dATHDl.!&lt;3 BALL, A BRILL!AN i' Mdfldx AND BRIGHT SUCCESS. THe annual Catholic Ball on Wednesday night eclipsed all its predecessors. As regards atten dance, decorative effect, dress display and charming music. Lovers, of terpsichore foregath- ered from all parts of the com- pass, many coming long distan ces. This year, hovever, a double interest was manifest when it became known that the committee &nbsp; had decided to vary the pro- &nbsp; gramme and try the result of a Floral Ball. The venture was a success beyond the highest am- bitions, and the hall presented an artistic and brilliant spectacle, in each corner were arched bow- ers of greenery; scarlet poppies and chrysanthemums; more hung in baskets from the ceiling, and festoons of poppies completed the overhead decoration. The or- &nbsp; chestra was hidden behind more well-arranged decorations of chrysanthemums and poppies massed against a trellised back- ground, and to compete the effect, red...
ALONE I DID IT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914
ALONE I DID IT. In Siivicluil, Hour Coventry, stands a building uniijuo :miun^ places of wor ship, John Given, a .stonemason, in lsH) laid iho lirst s'.nnu of tho edihee, and v>vrn year* later ho eom phned it. hi . !! ihat timr ho derived avistanee I'iuiii none, duin&lt;; all llio work with hit* h\;ji hamlx, until tho ehuivh was ready l'ur its interior fittings. '1'his is the > : tono Etructure in England- -ami probably in the worl i—A wliieh ovcry stun-* was laid by 0110 man. Tho building accommodates (juito a Inri;^ congregation. and tho church derives ;f i o.;biderahle revenue iruni tho eoutri liuii'iiis of sightseers, who aro drawn tu tho plaeo through curiosity. .
ONCE WAS ENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914
.ONCE WAS ENOUGH. This ilalo relates lioiv a bishop, ac costed by a jiisat but hungry stranger, derived profit from tho oiicountor. Tim bishop, so runs tho yarn, took ilie lioatly 0110 to a hotel, and slimed a guigeous dinner with hiin, yet, hav ing lot t his episcopal unflot in tho pocket of u diU'orent opiscopal jacket, suddenly faced tho' embarrnssmoiiV of not possessing iho ivhurotvitlial to p«y up. "Nevor mind," oxclaiuied his guest. "X liavo enjoyed dining with you, and X shall bo charmed to shoulder tho cost, u X'ormit mo." Whorcupon itho strangor paid lor two. This ■worried tho prehuo, wlio insisted: "Just let me call a cab and we'll rim ii]! to my hotel, whoro 1 shall liavo tho pleasure of reimbursing you."' Hut the stranger met the suggestion with: "See hero, old num. You've stuck for a bully good dinner, but banged if I'm going to let you stick n.o lor cab faro as wolll"
KILLING HORNS ON CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914
KILLING HORNS ON CALVES. No logical oxcuso call bo given lor keeping cattlo with liorns. Hatter than got rid of tlio cattle it is wiso to get rid of the horns, and there is no better time to do thiB than when the calf is a fow days old. It. causes no disfigurement, and tho operation is practically painless. I always keep ou hand a stick of caustic potusli for this purposo, and when tho calf is a fow days old, about tho third duy, just when tho button liko ombryo horns can bo i'olt under tho skin, niako a light application of tho potash directly over tho horns. Only one application is necessary. It is necessary to bo very careful in handling tho potash, for if it touches any part of tho skin it will mako an ugly sore. Wax or oiled paper should bo used for handling it, and when not in use it, should bo kept in a tightly stoppered bottle. Before it is ap plied to the miniature liorns it should bo moistened slightly. Cut tho hair whero tho application is ,to bo made, and rub it over tho...
Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XXIX. THE DARKNESS DEEPENS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914
^Terribly Tempted. SKKiAi. STORY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER XXIX. THE DAI!K.NESS DEEPENS. "J.lion look nrounuA And chooso thy ground, Ami tnk« fhv ri»st." —Byron. "Positively vanished out of every body's sight," Mrs, Desalt was sav ing, with real regret in her voice, aud a lace hantfkercrief applaud to her pro»ty oyes. "Talk about truth beiug stranger thau fiction—well, hero is a easo in point!" Guy was Bitting at herright hand at luncheon, but it w«ib evident ho had for any ouo> aud sho thought me ^cvy Mrs. Desart wore in earnest, or de ceiving him to oblige Stamer r1 "You woro her friend! ho «ud, slowly. "Sbo wrote to you—didu t bho, now and then? She would suroly turn to a woman in her trouble—oven if sho refused to see mo." '1 don't think Lenoro eared much for any oue, said she thought uio \eO weak and frivolous!" said Lottie* sigh ing, and vexed at Guy's loyalty. Mrs. Desart was one of those charm iug little 'cat-women,' who resent'ad miration bestowed on anyono but them selves l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914
AUSTRALIAN ESTAIES imereitf m [jg. WOOL WAREHOUSES, 673 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. WOOL"® GRAIN AUCTION SALES OF WOOL. HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW ANO GRAIN WEEKLY. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ON THIS ENSUING CLIP OF WOOL For Salo In Melbourne or Shipment to London. The Company act Strictly as Selling Brokers. AOVANCES ON GRAIN. •1t!ISIOHOEOaoSQE0ZS«D£K9&OE]6S;993Ca93OaiiaE8aMSaM*l«ISg ! IF V'OU KNEW ■ • the difference Beecham's Pill.* would make to you if you Are a sufferer from £ biliou^nc.j, constipation, d?prcMion of spirits, flatulence, headache and other 5 • distressing diiorders consequent upon «om« derangement of the digestive organs, ■ you would never be without them. ! THE VALUE OF • ■ this excellent preparation isaitestcd by countless thousands of men and women ■ in every quarter of the globe. After seventy years of splendid service their sales • are still on the increase! Truly a wonderful record! The Family Medicine 0 which has reached the highest pinnacle of populari...
Postponed. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914
Postponed. The visit of school children from Boort and Pyramid to the shire council meeting which was intended to have taken place last VVec!ncs day for observation in civka had to be postponed oi> account of the closing of the fim - namcd school due to an outbreak of diphtheria.