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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914

A WELL-KNOWN JUSTICE OF TH ■* PEACE TfliPP y Hi \2 I MR. f'ARXETT, a we'Mcnown Austral!: jojrua'ist a:id ijs^spiperpfjprietor who Unc eivj:tged i:j i >n-eve. i< o tc of the ma» y Mho ruoihcs CLEMZNTS TOftlO. He is ;.!*> one wf -h- l»e t ommcrc a! m-rn »n N.S.W.. nJ a J Mice f iht iVace of I0115 itaniliu'.* } Hei-semph.i ioin asvennc that ClcurnWI onii is * bo -n so susTircr* a:u| he r.ever hesitates t. J Jmpart that fact <0 his riat.d*. i Carlton Mansion*, G cl« i'oi it, .Sydney, j a,'9/13. I/LEMEIITS TONIC LTD. " n testifying to the value ] ot CLESEHTS TOIJIG, I do so in the ' ho;.c that others may receive as j. miish benefit from this medicine | through the u:e of it as I have. 1 "I suffered from lassitude and 1 lacked mer.t:l concentration. «y 3 complaint was diagnosed ts en 5 largod liver, accompanied with !i ihtulensa ar.d dyspepsia. The medicine prescribed was useless. "i was pirstiided to take CLE.V.ENT3 U'll\ end to my astonishment in a l.'ttie wh...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914

SPORTING NOTES. . , o-- . ~ The annual meeting of the Quambatook South Tennis Club was > held last week, when the following officers were elected . President, Mr W. Davy (re elected) : Vice-President, Mr L. Schlitz :(re-elected).;. Secretary', L. Schlitz ; Selection Committee, Messrs F. Doyle, L. Holland, and W. Davy. A hearty vote of thanks wa's ,accorded the resign ing secretary, Miss M. M. Schlitz, • for the able manner in which she carried out her duties during the; past three years. ' - ' The final meet of the Quamba took Coursing Club is a fixture for Wednesday next, whena stake: for 16 nil-ages at £1 Is will be run. The meet will be at the , Quambatook East school, and nominators can depend on good coursing paddocks.

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914

Cycling and Motor Notes. :o: It is stated that over £2,000,000 worth of leather will be used in the Automo bile industry in America during the 1914 season. The average car requires 21 complete hides, the touring car tak ing about three. During the season, the totaKirea of leather required will be 50,000,000 square fecc. This amount of leather would be sufiicicnt to circle the earth at the equator with a bund ■14 inches in width. The average cost of this leather to the automobile in dustry is about lOd to the square foot. The animal for which the leather is saken for automobile upholstery is the tteer or cow. That generally used is the steer, which furnishes the best leather for this purpose. One of the world's longest transcon tinental roads, the Lincoln Highway in America, runs from New York right across America to San Francisco, a dis-i tance of 3,500 miles. This road is being constructed by the people of America without national aid as a memorial to Abraham Lincoln. The public ha...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELECTION ISSUES. LOCAL PEOPLE'S PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914

ELECTION ISSUES. LOCAL PEOPLE'S PARTY. % ■ There were present at a meet ing of the Quambatook branch People's Party on Saturday even ing last Mr Muldoon (in the chair) and Messrs R. Kennedy, James . Cameron, C. Shaw, R. Cottrell, E. Ryan, Median, Kennedy, Wil liamson, Holland, A. Gross, J, Fawcett,. J. Ryan and the lion, sec. (Mr T. J. Dunstan.) The Chairman, in opening, said he was pleased at the opportunity of presiding, but there was notli ing to "get up and snort about." The usual few had attended the meetings in his firm's office for the past 12 months, and he thought it only right to now give their-public institution a turn. (Hear, hear.) It was his inten tion not to take, any further ac tive part in the movement. He did so on the grounds that little or no progress was being made. The branch was a complete fail ure through apathy and lack of interest. He had made up his mind and thought it no use per severing. If a football mate' were on or a coursing meetir being held the who...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914

For C h '(Iron's KrcUiiif; Ocugh at night / "\Vccc's! Grott;Feppcr:mntCute,:1s6d

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Correspondence. [The Editor wishes it to be understood, that he does not necessarily endorse opinions expressed by Correspondents under this heading.] FOOTBALL UMPIRES. TO THE EDITOR QUAMBATOOK TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914

Correspondence. [The Editor wishes it to be understood, that he does not necessarily endorse opinions expressed by Correspondents under this heading.j FOOTBALL UMPIRES. To the Editor' Quambatook Times. Sir,—I read a report of the Meatian—Ultima match in the Bendigo " Independent" of 21st inst. with a criticism of W. Os borne's umpiring, and I take this opportunity of giving that report a flat denial. I was present at that match with many others, and I never heard any complaint of Osborne's umpiring on that day. Now, Sir, we have had a deal of trouble in getting suitable umpires for this League, and at a special meeting of delegates held at Boort on the 16th inst. it was unanimously decided to ap ply for Osborne and Pollock for the season, and our request was granted by the B.D.F. Umpires Association. I think the report referred to is very unfair to Os borne, as he gave satisfaction to players and supporters, and be cause an umpire keeps down rough play and does his best to make the ...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Chillinge[?]ah Train. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914

ChH!lng;ctIr.h Train. . -At the last meeting of the Gordon Shire Council correspond ence was.rcad 1'iom the Railway Department-'' liolii'yinp; that no improvement could be effected in the Chillingollah train service while re-arrangements at Korong Vale were proceeding. Cr Barnes remarked-that such would be a iong -tinv\' ibeciuso shifting a shovel of dirt took an hour ! " hoy- who the \voi rios of winter cralorc Welcome .thco,'Woods' Popj drain'. Cure 'Neath thy gay wrapper n syicp lies stored, Worth nil -Ah * whisky that ever- was ■ - .• paused. • v Coi'u Uir<.;;t, !>: nyJi'.ur, cr.tl EnUri: ■ catarrh Cannot prevail v,hc.'e thy v> taric3 are ; Pragrant-nndvcc-iafcytini?,- etothirg nod' turp— Kail to;-thse ! Wccdb': Creat.'Pepper mint" Cvro.

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NEGLECTING TO DIP. FIRST LIST OF CASES. MINIMUM FINES IMPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914

NEGLECTMNQ TO D3P. . FIRST LIST OP CASES. . MINIMUM FINES IMPOSED. • • At. (.lie Quambatook Court of Petty Sessions, before Mr Pennc ; father. P. IvI., and Mr J. B. Mann,. J.P., Charles Basil Echvards (In spector under the Sheep' Dipping Act) proceeded against James : Mulom:, of Gredgwin, 'for nori • compliance with the regulations. Mr J. G. Jones, of the Crown Solicitor's office, appeared to nvoaecute ; Mr Parsons for de fendant. Mr Parsons, -for defendant, said he was instructed to apolo prise for a breaeh of the law- His " client was not dealing in a large way with sheep, and lived a long distance: from a public dip. IIis client left himself in the hands of t.he Court. • Mr Jones, ia quoting section 4, sub section 1, of the Sheep Dip ping Act, said that sheep had to be dipped immediately after leav ing the shearing board or securely locked ud until dipped within-GO ; days. At the time of the In3pec-J tor's visit, defendant . admitted I having shorn in October, 1913; ■ that the sh...

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A Loss. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914

AE-OG3. A-pccular accident occurred at Appin a few days.ugo.:- A blood maAv the. properly of Mr W. Wood, was pralloping nbout the paddock and liearing- a fence she went .to turn off, when ail four feet/ slipped f •om'1 urcer her causi njf. her to fa! 1-,hoavily.. Her head ntruck aijaiost sv.pest which .split the skull and- scattered "the brains. Tho Kerr.ng- vet., Mr Mountjoy, was. sent for but lie could do nothing and the mare expired in a \ cry short lime.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914

MELBOURNE OFFICE, 4GS Collins Street. Ekanciies : Quamb.vTOOK, Boort, Charlton, Wych proof, Keranfr, Swan Hill, and Bavham (N.S.W.) Auctioneer' Notice. ED TREilCHARD & CO. 15 EG to notify to their numerous cli-, 5 ,ents that they have established a! branch of their business in Quarnbatook.' They have purchased a block of land adjoining the trucking yards, upon which they are erecting Good and Convenient Yards in which they will hold regular Stock Sales. They will be pleased to order trucks for Fat Stock for Newmarket, and tuperintend the loading of Stock, and will also supply latest information on ths markets. T. E. DUNSTAN, Qunnibakv!' Representative. 3ATQ0K STOCK SALE. E _Thursday, Jwly 30. DWARD TRENCHARD & CO. will ll hold their usual Stock Sale in their new yards as above, when they will yard - Sheep, Cattle, Horses, &c. Special Entries for Next Stock Sale. Further Entries Invited. EDWARD TRENCHARD & Co. Quarnbatook. Lalbert Stock Sale. T T HOMAS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914

The Federal Cafe, QUAMBATOOK. MISSES REGAN DESIRES to notify the public of Quambatook and district that the; have purchased the business of Mr B. Costa, and hope to havi a continuance of the support accorded him. ALL FRESH FRUITS IN SEASON RECEIVED DAILY. . . WE GUARANTEE CUSTOMERS THAT IT IS ALWAYS FRESH A BIG ALLOWANCE MADE ON FRUIT BY THE CASE FOR JAM MAKING, &c. 'SUMMER DRISVKS AMD CORDIALS OF ALL KINDS'. Lemon Squash <3t H ot Pics, Tea or Coffee. DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS ALL CONFECTIONER3 WILL BE KEPT INSIDE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ORDERS . TAKES for Large and Small Quantities in every line. Give the FEDERAL OAFE atrial and you will have everj - civility and attention. Modciatc Prices for everything. THE BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY, "DIGGER BRAND" TOMATO SAUCE. CANNED FRUITS. JAMS. INSIST ON HAVING "DIGGER BRAND." - E. RYAN, - Blacksmith, WheeSwright, Etc Quambatook. Horses Carefully Shod. All Repairs to Implements and Machinery promptly attended to. BUGGIES, &...

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FOREST CONSERVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914

FOREST CONSERVATION. Sir,—At different times one hears, a lot of talk about our forests and how we are going to cjnserve them., The chief voices in these discussions forget th it there is such a place as the Mal lee and such things as -Mallee roots, and I would like to know why tons of valuable timber in different parts of Victoria are destroyed annually for firewood. ? Here in the Mallee there are in numerable tons of some of the best fuel in the country, stacked and burned every year. Every time the land is ploughed a cer tain amount of roots is unearthed. The farmers do [not send many away [on account of the high freight charges. Surely the Gov ernment should lessen the freight' on these rools;; and thus encour age farmers-to send them to the city. There will be roots here for 40 or 50 years, but will there be good timber in the forests if a run is to be made on it to sup ply city needs ? An opponent might ask, "What about the carters if the forests were closed?' Well, the answer...

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THE Quambatook Times. OUR MOTTO: "Truth is great, and will prevail." WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1914. Local and General News. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914

OUR MOTTO : 44 Truth is great% and will prevail,n WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1914. Local and Genera! News. The Weather. What might be called the first rain of any consequence for the supposedly wet months of June and July started to fall yesterday morning. It continued at1 intervals until late at night, 33 points being registered. Busy Station. On Tuesday no less than 28 truckloads of sheep and 12 trucks of horses were despatched from the local railway-station. These were'consigned to Bittern, where favorable rains have resulted, by Messrs King, Mahar Bros., Manuel and Kendall. This can fairly be constituted a record for one day's trucking. The Coming Struggle. Both sides are already preparing in earnest for the Federal elections on 5th September. Last evening, despite rain and mud, about 40 electors listened atten tively to Senator Russell, who, in a masterly address, blamed the other side for extravagance and apathy. The usual Labor denun ciation of Messrs Cook and Watt followed. A resum...

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THE NEW WHITE PIG. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914

THE NEW WHITE PIG. It is difficult. to boliovo that tho now luuious whito pigs ivhioh, represented by 'ilio largo variety, are found all over the world, woro the creation of a lorkshiic weavor but little more than yours ago, Stilt nioro diilicuiit is it to rocogniso that before itfj appear ance ftti t/ie lioyal in 1851 (thoro was practically no British brood of pigs at it is true that /thoro arc types ^rhich woro lound in different coun tries, like tlio early lieritshires; but in tho modern sense of itho world there was 110 standard, and tho pig popula tion was biu emerging lroui a sta^e ot barbarity, Uuir ancestors of fifty years befuro iiaying been to a largo extern kopt in droves and allowed .0 run wild. There were .wliito pigs of greac. sizo in the North which wore slow in growth, long in body, head and legs, Hat. in the side, coarse in tho hair, lull oi activity, prolific aud liurdy, bui. poor producers of meat, which was too lean, and when ready >u kill wanting in that, 'ou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914

For 'Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is Gd

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RIDDLES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914

RIDDLES. Wliu t is tlio bast material for aoro planing?—.Fly paper. Hon- doth llio litUu boo disposo of its liouoy'i—Soils it. What) nation, is most likoly to win in tho oud?—Dotonnination. What lottor oC tho alphabet is neces sary to make a shoo?—Tlio iast. Why did Noah object io tlio lo'.ter "d" ?—Because it mado tlio ark dark. What is worso than raining oats and dogs on a stormy nightp—Hailing taxi cubs. • What is it that has a mouth, but nevor spoaks, aud a bod but never lioa in it?—A river. Thy beginning of eternity, tho oud nf timo and space, and tlio beginning of every end) and tho beginning aiul tlio oud of ovoiy place?—Tlio letter IS. Why are the Marys tho most umiablu of their, sox?—lleeauso they can al ways be niolly-tiod. ICuhl-i'abi as a crop has uot bcdtl taken up as it deserves to 1)0. It ij adapted. t-o stiff clays which oro not. suitable for ordinary turnips, and is very resistant to drought. Tu i'net, m lu>t, dry seasons, with a good braird tho plant does woll.<...

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914

EVJail Notices. Mails despatched from .the Quambatook Post Offices for the following towns, .close"'as under : Melbpurne, Bendigo, Koronfj Vale, and Boorfc at 10.25 a.m.. on Tuesday, Wednesday, -Thursday, Friday and Saturday ; also8 p.m. on Saturdays. ' Ultima, Lalbert,, Cannio, G p.m. daily. . : Quambatook South, C.55 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Fri day. i , Budgerum.'West 11.80 ami. on Tuesday.' • . Mails are received from the fol lowing places as under :— Melbourne, Bendigo, ICorong Vale, and Boort, 0.35 p.m. daily. . ■ Ultima, Lalbert and Cannie, -9, a.m. on Mondays; 10i35 on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Quambatook South, 5 .p.m. . on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914

- . — •— NURSE' SV1AXTED, DIPLOMA* LONDON, v : ; ■ YEARS' Hospital Experiences, IveatSraU'discascs in ^>oth men *nd women, no matter how long stand-, nc. Sufferer?, avoid operations;, con sult me .without , delay. . Delay isi dan gerous to your complaint. Destitute cases treated free of charge. Has also FiivateHom'e for Midwifery, j Patients beXorc, after, and during accouchement. RoAr.n Moderate 5*ees £3 3s.« Doctors in attenonncc. strictly private. Country trains met if -iriviseii.' - ' ' Stamp envelope for reply. "Charlton," Burgess St.,' auguhm, Melbourne. 'Phone, 1212, Hawthorn. :Bcndigo's Premier CATERER. • W. 13_SE€0, 300 Hp.'-g'-'caves Street. Supplies 'fonvai-ilod"'for all Northern District h _ i - 11 mcniM... weil --:~FAMOTji' " izlt OV lRHIPB CAKES "Visit Eeed'alui i i .non in Ben digo. ■ . tfSWSlGS OOdS, PRACTICE bootmaker, STOCKS nil l.in.ls Of l.-idies', Gent.'s and ChiUri-as*. Fo-jtwoav. Supplies fill \vj:!'.3 to all measures. Prompt Repairing. You il0M'l-V\ave.'v0...

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SECOND SWEEPSTAKES. FIRST TIES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914

SECOND SWEEPSTAKES. First Ties. D. keating's Hot Stuff beat M. .Keating's Dry Weather. D. Gardiner's Starlight beat M. Coughlan's Snowy. _T. Ritchie's Diver beat M. Keating's Beila. T. Ritchie's Drewiit beat M. Nolan's Lady. First Ties. . Hot Stuff beat Diver. - Starlight beat Drewitt. Final. Starlight beat Hot Staff.

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BOORT v. MEATIAN. EASY WIN FOR THE LATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 July 1914

BOOM.' v. MEATIA.N. Easy Win-, for-tub Latter. I?wrt Team—Weaver, T. Coujhlan, Killeen ; llalf-Backs — Chunib&amp;rj, Parkin;on, Liuv.'-jv.vu ; C.-ntra—"S^n" Ca-nsron, King.Slatts r; Half-Forwards— Hindson, Cracknel!, Fyfe ; Forwards—P. Coughlan, K Caughlan, L. -Wfcaver ; Folio.vers lliggin;s, Pickering ; Kovers — Mu Pherson. Meatian Team—Backs—P. Alexander, O'Meari, Anderson ; Half-backs — Lynch, lt'yan, O.imniins; Centre — C.arke. IJooth. Vanlcr'oen ; Half forwards—Balderson, II. Alexander, R. Booth ; Forwards—Bailey; W. O'Meara, .S:e-.vart: Foil}',vers—'King, Groat; Rover—Roberts. , Utorr, Wiio waw without the service; of Mackie, Williamson, Neithorpe, and Tracy, '.vera the first to siow out froir thi bounce an i carried right forward ' when W. Alaxand.-r mivkid almwt between the posts and sent out o' danger, when play was transferred ti the opposite end where O'Meara \va: given a free directly in front and easiiv puntid a goal. Boort n;;ain attacked, McFhcrscn was awaided a ...

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