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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 19 August 1914

ly sister Jane had croup again, . .. " 'And'so had-Dbrisrtoo iut mother's nevir anxious l.o .v Since she knows what to do. 'hs tucks the darlings up in bid To make the treatment sure, nd'kteps them riglit.au through the.-:.' night . , • With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Vivid Portraits A full-cf-!ifc portrait exquisitely finished, moderately priccd, promptly delivered—thin is the happy combination which has placed the Alexander Studios in the forefront of Bendigo's photo grapher#. Tat out ability to-thty, J. REMINGTON ALEXANDER Photographic Artist. VU;\V STMKKT -•« ]])• NDJ(jo, . Opp. Masonic Hull.. -Leave-your- orders at the "Times" for your Invitation

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOORT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 19 August 1914

BOORT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A niseting of the committee of -.lie above was he'd in the Mechan ics' Institute on Saturday. Presint —The President (Mr R. H.-'-Lan von), Jones, table, Pernio,'Sutton, Barclay, Tisler, :Kane, Williamson, Malone, Page aucl the secretary (U. R. Irving). Tlu minutes of last meeting were read and coufirmed. • Correspondence. From Department of Agricu! tire, inviting the president and members of the committee to join in welcoming the distinguished visitors at the Central Research Farm, at Werribee, on l5th Aug ist, when an inspection ot the faric; •vould be made, ihvi'.ation acce'p-' cecl, and as many as possible to go. , F 0111 R. Matchett, ?'Bendigo, promising donalion of ^1 Is, to go o prize in trotting section ; r also troin T. Smith, Borung, promising isual doim'ion. General Business. She appjiiiiu-eiit ot the various iection coinmif.eei were made.

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUAMBATOOK v ULTIMA. A PECULIAR GAME. LOCALS 7-11; ULTIMA, 1-6. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 19 August 1914

qu a mb atoqk v, u lti.m 4, .f., ■■■ y a LOCALS, 7-11 ; ULTIMA. 1-6. j The (Jjtima1 (earn'journeyed to [ O.uambstook on Saturday to fulfil I thcif engagement with the locals, j and, although thoy .were without the strvict-s of Fagah, Mn.ist.i»V; and Thomas,' 'lliey' never-'- ststHtfs pated tl\o rout they received ;-t • the- .frpd? ?!' Quamby. A gale was b'.owirg Letween the goah, and with its concomitant du: t, made thinys manifestly unpleasant for \,1 ivci's i and spectators a iie. Quamby's skipp.r won the toss and, natur ally, took the aid of,the wind. A good exhiLition of the . winter pastime was altogether out of the question, for play was confined to one wing, and the broaks of the ball against the heavy wind as well as the discomfited, players who ttempted to kick same i'Oused merriment among the onlookers. In }he first quarter the locals put on 5 goals G behinds to nil, while, with the wind at their backs on change of ends the visitors failed to materialise. In point of faei\...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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—Local Option. — [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 19 August 1914

—Local Option. — ' I'll2 following resolution ivrfs airijd at a recent meeting held at arrapoort :—"That ill view of the ecent aniu uncements iii the' press >f a probable early amendment of he Licensing Law deferring the peration of iis Local Option pro ision% and providing, inst°a 1;, for; lie re-appointment of the Licenses reduction Board, with power- t j rant licenses, the Barrapoort Bap: st Society of Christian Endeavor' arnestly and confidently expresses he hope that .the present Go/ern uent will refuse to sanciioa any uch alteration.;".; =• •, >..» For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, ls6d : . .j — Coursing.— •• The Booi-fe Coursing'' Club ..beld'a? meeting at \Vest.;Bo6rt oil -VVedpW-'' lay la it, when some clcse i nd ex iting ,cquraing.-was.witues?ed. There - vera IS entrants;"'aiid tlio'c1 eciding >urie was. divided between G. Buchanan's ' Might Ruin, and C. itnith's Ginger, k C. Pi.-her's Mysia .as .'took third money. There "were niy of hare |a...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOORT v. MEATIAN. A STRENUOUS GAME WON BY BOORT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 19 August 1914

BOORT v; MEATIAN. A STRENUOUS GAME WON BY liOORT. The strong wind which blew diago rnn'ly across the ground on Saturday sp jilt wlr.it should have 1 een a good p-sime, as it was, hard work.,to.keep the ball away from tfie eastern ying ard out tf bounds. Tr.e respective teams ,v ere as follows — _ , ,, ■ • *i»oo t.—l ack, C. Robinson,Cr: ckncll, V. eave- ; haU-bac:, A. R-.bms.n, Par 1; nson, Burrowes: centre, J. G. me.'on, I indscn, Walker; half forwa't, .VDona'd, ,"Pickering, B. ,fo-:, vards, Slatt.'r, Tracey, D. Fyfe I'racK, Williamson, Irving; rovar, K. Loigt. '* J'cat'an—Back, Ca^ke, Cohurr, Lyi ih ; half-back, F. Q'Meirj, C im mi- 3, L'aiderion ; centre, k, Booth, Ey n, M'lntvrP ; ha'f-for.v: ris, Ki g, p. 11 jx-nc'c-r, Godfrey ; forwards, K. ,1 ooth. B co.: , U'M a'a ; ruck,sGro3t, Vnntlei feen ; rjver, Roberts. Boo:t were the first lo get gjing after the Lounce.?nd raccd he ball a>,wn, a behind esblti ig: ' The kick off was sent to the wing, Meatian striving h ird to cent' ...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 19 August 1914

Mail Notices. • Mails' despatched from the •Juambatook Post Offices for the ollowing towns, close as under : Melbourne, Bendigo, Korong 'ale, and Boort at 10.25 a.m.", on uesday, Wednesday. Thursday, riday and Saturday; also S p.m. : )n Saturdays. Ultima, Lalberfc, Gannie,- 6 ;.m. daily:nr- k-uT. Quambatook South, .6.55, ,p.ir... »n Monday, Wednesday' 'and' Fri day. 1 . • Budgeruni, West 11.30 a.m. on Tuesday., }_ y. % Mails are. received'from the fol-5 lowing places as under Melbourne, Bendigo, Korong' /ale, and Boort, 6.35 p.m.- daily. Ultima, Lalbert and Carinie,'; a.m. on Mondays; 10.35 ;on uesday, Wednesday, Thursday^' 'riday and Saturday. . Quambatook South,,5 p.m., on onday, Wednssday.and Friday.

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 19 August 1914

-■v MffillS & CO., jjck anil Station Agents. MELBOURNE OFFICE, 4i58 Collins Street. Branches: • "BaTook, Boort, Charlton, Wych ,>roof, Kerang, Swan Hill, and Barhani (N.S.W.) Auctioneer' Wotice. ■ E0.k trencMro & CO. ;G to notify to their numerous cli ents that {hey have established a •oh of their business in Qtiambntook. have purchased a block of land ning the trucking yards, upon which are erecting Good and Convenient 's in which they hold regular :k Sales;.;. . : . ey will be pleased to order trucks Fat Stock..-for .Newmarket, and rinlend the loading of Stoelt, and ilso-supply latest information on .1.. .narkets, ' " T. E. DUNSTAN, , -Quambatcck Representative. .IBAtOOK STOCK SALE. "Jliiufcrsday, Jaly 30. WARD TREN-CiIARD ■&' CO. will hold their usual Stock Sale in their yards -tfs above, when they will .,1. Sheep, Cattle, Horses, &c. .fecial Entries for Next Stock Sale. Further-Entries Invited. EDWARD TRENCHARD & Co. Quambatook. '..albe...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 19 August 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, hav( a continuance of the support accorded him. .ALL FRESH FRUITS IN SEASON RECEIVED DAILY. ... WE GUARANTEE CUSTOMERS THAT IT IS ALWAYS FRESH. —;,.-~Hie-ttL8Wfc'ieE made on-fruit by the case for jam making, &c. SUMMER DRINKS AND CORDIALS OF ALL KINDS. Lemon Squash & H ot Pies, Tea or Coffee. DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS ALL CONFECTIONERY WILL BE 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. Modeiate Prices for everything.; THE BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY. "DIGGER BRANDS TOMATO SAUCE. CANNED FRUITS. r JAMS. INSIST ON HAVING " DIGGER BRAND." E. RYAN, Blacksmith, Wheelwright} Etc Quambatook. Hors*s Carefully Shod. All Repairs to Implements and Machinery promptly attended to. - BUGGIES, &...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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LALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 19 August 1914

LA L B E. R T. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The annual meeting nf tb Tennis Club was held in the Lalbert Hall on Monday night lltli inst, when a fair niin'jsr o: members present. The balance sheet, showing a debit bal ince o lis Gd, was adopted. The e'anHoi of official bearers then took place President, Mr W. Letcher ; vice presidents, J. Vanderfeen and A. Lee ; secretary, W. Anderson ; committee. Miss J. Wareham, Miss V. Kelly, Messrs P. ijum side, B. McPherson, and J. Van derfeen : delegates, Mess-a W Anderson and W. Letcher. I was decided to hold a plain am fancy dress ball in aid o' th funds of the club on Wedneulav 2nd September. Prizes were donated for the most original costume lady and gentle n.-i The club has decided to put dow two new courts and if completer by Aug. 27th a match will b< arranged between teams rev senting Quambatook and Lalbert. The building of the State school which was to have been completed byjhe 15th of this month, n at last started. It is a ...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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THE Quambatook Times. OUR MOTTO: "Truth is great, and will prevail." WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1914. Local and General News. Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 19 August 1914

OUR MOTTO : " Truth is great, and will prevail WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1911 Local mi Genera! News. Accident. Anunfortunateaccident, serious;, enough in itself but which might have been much worse, befel - Councillor John Coughlan, of Oak vale, on Thursday morning. ast. While engaged cutting out dry cows from his herd of milkers, the horse he was riding fell while / turning, and Mr Coughlan was! oinned underneath with both feet fast in tke stinups. .The fall;'--:', happened near a water hole, and the animal dragged the prostate - - rider as far as the edge when, fortunately, he released himself • from the irons. His affrighted mare then galloped through the watercourse. Aid big summoned, Mr Coughlan was driven into Quambatook, where Dr Burke Gaffney found the injuries con sisted of a couple of small bones being broken in the left ankle, while his patient was much bruised about the shoulders and body. While staying at the Quambatook Hotel after the mis hap, our genial councillor held qu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 26 August 1914

II'JRSE MAXTED, DIPLOMA, LONDON, YEARS' Hospital Experiences, ' •" treats all diseases in both men » «. •>' imen, no matter-how long stand » a :u(Terers, avoid operations ; con • • •••■ without delay. Delay is dan I to your complaint. Destitute -reated free of charge. also Private Home for Midwifery. ? ■ • • >s beifore, after, and during l -• hement. Board Moderate — ' £3 3s. Doctors in attendance, •(v private. Country trains met if « S ;amp envelope for reply. "Charlton," Burgess St., -'•U8URN, MELBOURNE. - % 1242, Ha\vthorn. , Bendigo's Premier CATERER. . VH S E E D, 2^0 Hargreaves Street. - i^iilies forwarded for all Northern : • i t functions—Balls, picnics, wed : •. efosch and school fetes, f : OS :COR OUR BRIDE CAKES V «it Reed's Ten Rooms when in Ben v ames Woods, «-;mctical bootmaker, ». 1'- <3KS all kinds of Ladies', Gent.'i and Childrens* Footwear. Supplies all wants Makes to all measures. Prompt Repairing. v u don't have to pare ycur foot , . . .as Woods'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 26 August 1914

In Fairness to the Proprietors of Clements Tonic I Say what it did for me. I was an Out-Patient of two Melbourne Hospitals. Clement* TonicWs admitted to be a nerve tonic and blood-cleanser of remarkable power. It is the safeguard against diseae. You cannot have Clements Tonic and ill-health too. It .ii health in a new guise, ft is a certain remedy for B.lioasness, Wind, Palpitation, L->ss ol Steep. Stck Headache* Sluggish Liver. Weak ness, Indigestion or Constipation. The public hospital is not always the most hopeful place to go when one is told they cannot get better, and this is why Mr. Dennis Dunn, of 44 Darnell Street, Kensington. Victoria, tot It Clements Tonic. This letter tells its owq itory, written 1,9,11, CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., . ... 41 In fairness to the propriefari ol ClementsToaic, it is my duty to say whit it bat dose for ac. It was in 1906, my illness started, I had perfect health up to thsa. One . day, while 1 was at business,. 1 felt a bit off. Y/hen I got home a ...

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BOORT v. ULTIMA. A HARD FOUGHT GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 26 August 1914

BOORT v. ULTIMA. A HARD F0UG[IT.,GAMS team3 were^-Boorfe-B.asK, A.: • Robertajn, Waivar^f Burro'.vjs"; half, .b^c'-c, C. Robartisn, Ch ilmirs, IttcDinald ; centre,'Siatter; Parkin ;oi, .Waikor; half.fdir.W4rd, Irvinj, Pi:'(e.' iiig, II. Kyfe ; forward, Morgan, D. FytV; ChilTieis ; rmk, \V:l.:a:riaon, .Jones; rover, U. Coaz.'iljn. •: ' . U t-.:na - ... Boort was'considerably woa';tftied by tie ob33nc3.,ofv Mack e, ' Cra:kn<;ll, .Qacnoro 1, U i n_d ion, < Tracy, ar.d il'Ph soil J jan'd Ultima was without the s-*r vioej of .thgircapt lin .On the baunci Uitima ssntdAv.i, a free- to !'u:k!ey laiJing t-hi bail in ;§o:itVRo'j-rtijn dove oaek and even 'cS-ftrc p'.ay follr.vjd. Waker stjpp.d a; 0 her-dash,- and Parkinson ssnt lor \v. I'd, whin'WisewoulJ saved. B >ort broujU: back, aid froai a:l angle kick rme'd one flap.' Chalmers marked the .kick b!f aiid.added nr,oilier point Bonrt • \iofei prqjiiini; lia^d,,; wh )n a .-'frit to .Juhtima relieve®. 'Bc'o'r, brbught ...

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QUAMBATOOK v. MEATIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 26 August 1914

QUAMBATOOK v. ME ATI AN. These'lea'ms'met at'Lalbert on Saturday af:ernoor, and the mitc'.i was. \\ i n -sSe^'by a large ..con.Jou rse-., of stpfxart.rs an J ;visitbrsA~ Quambatb'ok played four substitutes, while Meati in hid the, sinicas, for the fi:st qccas!on;during season,'of the B:othVrs"'Coburn;' who proved of material assistance to them. QuambyiteS "as; :m hor'jp^'emiers, didnot -"appsar to ' ove/- exert themselves .in.the, 'match, but, notwithstanding "this fact, they Wire--up • agiinst • a powe-ful organisation. The teams \ve:e :— Quanfoatook — Gro§&' ••* M'Gillivray .(2);,: .(^rruthers ,(2i, Smith, Hiigihs, Bayh^s, Bunst'aii,. ^Williamson (2), Co'jghlan (2), Gr'alum, Me.iey, and R '.if: • • ■; Meatian—Kyan, A!ex>>.n,dn; (2\ Booth ,.(2), Anderso.i. Ba,!.dirson, Roborts, Cbburh' (2), Clarke;' Vanderfeen,. M'Intyr.j,. 'B.ii|ay.. 'O'Msara (2), Lync'.i, and. Godfrey. i-:> " - Th3 Quambatook skipper,"' with hisusu il luck,' vron'tli ! io .'s.- and to ok ad vanta...

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POINTS SCORED. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 26 August 1914

PMNTS SHORED. .•.For— « I % • a j= .S , o v o • u ca a< Q uambatosk 60 133 4 53 Ultima «... 44 70 334 \fe itian ... 43 80 363 Boort ... 46 65 342 Against « i i9 c: 1H .E o Z) o O C3 47 SI 363 5'3 79 415 43 71 323 52 105 417

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POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 26 August 1914

rOSITIONV OP CLUBS. CLUB Quimbatook Ultima M:atian . B jort e- ' is ... 12 8 ... 12 6 ... 12 ' 5 ... 12 5 4 0 32 6 0 24 7 0 20 7 0 20

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The Season. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 26 August 1914

The Season. The district is now languishing under the prolonged drought, and we are now a month later rhan. the 1902 famine without the long promised rain. Many ani ■rials are being lost through dry feed, the latest being a valuable draught nure owned by'MrR. Moore. If rain be not forthcom ing within n week or so, most of our men on the land will" be in a parlous plight. " ; ~T7 3hlre Election." A.poll will.be taken to-morrow, for the vacancy, in • the north west riding of the Kerang Shire. ; Che candidates are the sitting member (Cr.' M'Cann) and Mr G. A!. Mott,', . ;v 'Shire Tenders. """ Tenders are advertised in to-'" day's- issue .for various Shire .vbrks. Patriotic. All citizens are invited" to "as- ' .iemble in the Mechanics' Hall ":o-morrow (Thursday) evening .vith a view of contributing their , luota towards the' War Fund, ind thus fall in line witlvotK'er towns. : '' ' ' """ * Social. ... .'On Thursday, 3rd September, the postponed euchre party and "dance will be held at Mr...

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BOORT AND TRAGOWEL PLAINS WATER SUPPLY. VISIT OF MINISTER AND MEMBERS. APPLICATIONS FOR EXTENSION OF CHANNELS. THE MINISTER FAVORABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 26 August 1914

visit cp mimist.ul and meubkr applt-ations for (extissr:; •: "ston oif cii ynnecs:"' 5'mje:minister favorable^' ■Oii' Frulny list a large party of - iismluis: of both :Hou;i:s" of the late Parliament, which conipris:d 'r. Hutchinson (Minister, of J<a:ids 'lid' Water Supply), , Mr iiddsj " VI .L C., and Messrs Argyle, Camp bell,, J. J. Carliile, Johnstone; „sc!cie, 'M'Lccid, Menzies, Oman, i'oiitcher, Chatham, - A: ' Gray, ; '"nrrar, an:!'- Angus,. • M'S;L.Ai /isited Tragv wel and iJoort.district; IMiey ware also accompanied by sir Mead, Chairman of the Water omtnnsion. ' : ;: During Fri.lay, the party was onveyed by nio'or cars through he Trigowcl di trict. .water area, ind was surprised to see the bad tate of;lthe\crops,'Mhrcujjhaut'jth'i ■ cou:i!ry viheyv^visite^;-; winch;.. did lot: have.: the .appearance cf beings vithiir an imgatiui area, "ahcl the large deputations - which accoin anie 1 the . party pointer! out the ^sad antags's* under which .they ,i;re la'ib:i.ig o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 26 August 1914

For Bronchial Coughs, take • ... Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is 6d ■"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 26 August 1914

Woods' Great. l'oDpwniiiit Cure Tor Coughs nml Cold? ntvtr (nils, 1/0

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