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A Walter Famine. Menaces Quambatook. Earnest Meeting Held. Messrs. Mead and Angus Present. A WAY OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 2 September 1914

; Menacss Ouamija'iosk, Earnest EVJesiins- Hold. " Messrs. Mead atocJ Angus Present. A WAY CUT. „• Townspeople and district resi t." dents mustered in force at the Mechanics' Hall on Thursday afternoon in response to an an nouncement by Crs. Cameron, Hogan and Coug'nlan to discuss the serious aspect of affairs o wing to the dearth of water. In our last we stated the township was on the verge of a water famine, and this startling fact was amply borne out by the various speak ers. . _ Mr Hy. Angus, M.L.A., pre sided, with Mr Elwood Mead (Chairman of the State Rivers and Water Supply Commission) , on his right, while Crs. Hogan, .Cameron and- Mr Alex. Rogers jro—akn occupied seats on the plat • form; The Chairman first called on Mr Rogers to explain matters. Mr Rogers said he took it on himself to wire Mr Mead to visit Quambatook to express his views on the- best available menns or getting water for the township. - He also- communicated with Mi Angus by wire, with the result i that-bot...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Northern District Football League. DELEGATES MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 2 September 1914

Northern District Football i. -o-r, League. DELEGATES MEETING. A meeting of delegates of the above Association was held at Clements' Hotel, Boort, on Tuesday afternoon. Present : Mr Stewart (vice-president of Boort Football Club) in the chair, H, O'Brien (Meatianj, G. L. Graham (Quambatook), ana R.. Dight. (Boort). Ultima was not represented. ;Mr: O'Brien (Association secretary) reported that there was a deadlock at the meeting held at Lalbert when a motion was carried on a catch vote that the semi-finals be played on Wednesday, 2nd Sept. • . The minutes of last meeting wert read and confirmed. Mr Graham said that in regard to the semi-finals Quambatook was willing to come to Boort, and let Meatian play at Ultima, if arrangements"can be made for this order. This would save charter ing a special train. Before putting this motion Mr O'Brien moved, Mr . Dight seconded,;that the semi-finals be played ai arranged on Saturday, 5th Sept Carried. •" Mr Dight ., moved, Mr 0'Srien seconded, t...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Long Lake Water. OFFER OF RESIDENTS. COMMISSION ACCEPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 2 September 1914

Long Lake Water. OFFER OF RESIDENTS.:; ; }; COMMISSION ACCEPTS;- '-* : ■ Mr Alex..Rogers,;hon:; see:Pro gress Association,'- received a wire on Monday, afternoon to the following-;, effect ■ in: connection •witlra determination arrived at in public.-''meeting1 assembled' on Thursday,, reported elsewhere s— ■ O/rcr cf meeting to build ■four miles chanr.el . ac ccptec). . Snrvey party cording; within a weeK, ElwoocJ Mead. On receipt of- the message, it was agreed to hold a further pub lic meeting .at 3.30 tc-morrow. afternoon, full particulars of- the objects 'of which" appear in 'our advertising column?. ' : •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 2 September 1914

i gpi s to. Stock aitd Station Agents. 1 MELBOURNE OFFICE, 4GS Collins Street. Branches: '.'AMBaTOOK, Boort, Charlton, Wych proof, Kerang, Swan Hill, ana . Barham (N.S.W.) ' Auctioneer' N otice. EO. TRENCHARD & CO. , ;}EG to notify to their numerous cli • J enls that they have established a •ancli of their business in Quambatook. •;ey have purchased a block of land ! 'joining the trucking yards, upon which ey are erecting Good and Convenient . - ards in which they will hold regular - ' " rocrc Sai.es. They will bo pleased to order trucks ; ( .Fat Stock for Newmarket,'and ooririlend the loading of Stock, and .. II also supply latest information on ..j markets. ■ -V . T. E. DUNSTAN, , ' . ;Quambateck Representative. . ,/JAMBATOOK STOCK SALE. . Tlssarsday, Aug. 27 - i DWARD TRENCHARD & CO. will I hold their usual Stock Sale in their ■v yards as above, when they will rd. Sheep, Cattle, Horses, &c. Special Entries for Next Stock Sale. Further Entries Invited. EDWA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 2 September 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 • continuance of the support accorded him. :SEASON~RE(3EiVEi> DAILY.' . . . WE GUARANTEE CUSTOMERS THAT IT IS ALWAYS FRESH. A BIG ALLOWANCE MADE ON FRUIT BY THE CASE FOR JAM MAKING, &c. SUMMER DRINKS AND CORDIALS OF ALL KINDS. Lemon Squash & H ot Pies, Tea or Coffae. DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS ALL CONFECTIONERY WILL BE KEPT INSIDE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ORDERS TAKEN for Latgc and Small Quantities in every lino. Give the FEDERAL CAFE a trial and you will have every civility and attention. Model ate Prices for everything. THE BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY. "DIGGER BRAND" TOMATO SAUCE. CANNED FRUITS. JAMS. INSIST ON HAVING 11 DIGGER BRAND." E. RYAN, Blacksmith, Wheelwright, Etc Quambatook. ~ Horses Carefully Shod. All Repairs to Implements and' Machinery promptly attended to. BUGGIES, &c., BUILT, REP...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. POLLING DAY: Saturday Next, September 5 [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 2 September 1914

POLLING DAY: Saturday Next, September 5 The public interest taken in the European war has a tendency, to overshadow the general elections, which are to take place on Satur day, oth September, to the extent that many electors,'may\Overlook election day altogether, 'it is the duty' of all electors—men and women alike—even at. the cost of personal inconvenience, to register th;ir votes without'fail.' Provision is made for electors who' may b;" absent.from., thiir own subdivision on polling d.:y to record'their votes at any polling booth 011 making a declaration -before - the- officer -in charge of the booth as- follows : " I have not been, and shall not b'j to-day within the sub livisiou for which 1 am enrolled", under condi tions which would permit'of uiy. voting at a. polling place prescribed for that subdivision." Mr Satup son has been returned unopposed lor the Wimmera seat in the House of RrprescnUtives, and the voting will be for the Senate only, i The candidates ar^ : — THE SENA...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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THE Quambatook Times. OUR MOTTO: "Truth is great, and will prevail." WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1914. Local and General News. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 2 September 1914

OUR MOTTO : M Tri/f'i is grcat% ami will prevail* WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, ISM. Local and G.sinral Nsws. The Weather. Light ram set in at an,.early, hour on Monday morning, which looked as though, it would con tinue. But hopes were ,again shattered,- as old Sol shone .out after 12 points hud fallen. Horses for the War. Our township presented a very, busy aspect on Thursday last, the regular sale day. In addition, a number of owners had horses on view, brought in at the instance of the auctioneers with a view to sale for war purposes. However, very few changed hands, the margin between buyer and seller being too great. The Cry \cr Water. On Sunday the first water through the channels' arrived at Cocamba from Lake Lonsdale, having completed its 200-mile journey and commenced to fill the new resertoir, which has a capacity of 20,000 yards. Its advent was greeted with enthusi asm. Prior, to the opening of the railway eight months ago water had.frequently to be carted by teams over 20 mil...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 9 September 1914

Cycling and Motor Notes. :o: Liege, whfcll has been the centre of such terriffic fighting in Belgium, is the tfonj"? of the well-known F.N. car, anJ it iiJ almost certain that- these fine factories, employing over 4000 hands, have been destroyed. The Minerva, the premier car of Belgium, is made in Antwerp, and their works have so far Escaped the fate of the F.N. plant. The factories of Messrs. Dyle and Bacalail, Whose big steel works in Louvain supply many English motor Arms with steel tubing and chassis Stamping!) and frames, have gone with the' burning of the city by the Germans. A f^ft'eMt canvas of the general offices of S!.-? of the best known Ameri can Tyre manu'ftfCiHrers revealed the jtsrthna- fact that iheJr daily capacity Iri making tyres alone amounted to 42,000 U 'tsy. Assuming fbat they make tyres' iWenty-five days each month tiiat would ite 1,050.030 tyres a month, or 12,600,000 tyl'to in one year. Jt is estimated that there are itt, least twenty Other similar tyre man...

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A SOLDIER'S FAREWELL. PATRIOTIC SEND-OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 9 September 1914

IA StfLEMBR'S FAREWELL. PATRIOTIC SEHD-tfr"?. Afl-ji' a sojourn in camp at Broad lrf.'niljvy.? Mr' l'oliirt Kennedy, of Q i.inibato'alt| fpttirried homo on a couple 01 days' leave to' bid fftfod-byH to his relatives prior to' leavingf v/itl} < the Exp'schtionary FoVces for the front, hxi i:npromptu3'36il!f?3Vi'dfai-awe'.l'gathering was sot up in his honor, a-patriotic' cjuplo of hours were spent in a pViyate r ;an> of Rogers' Quamhatook Hotel. Tl:c*«? W?rc present:—ilr John King (in the.-cha'fr)'/..Rev: Father Coughlin, Cr Cameron, Mesir'st W. Goughlin, G. .Gottroll, Parsons, RcdgcnV Gillespie ])au<jla3, S. Dorman, 1». WilliartW Wf-p. Qdtmutii G. Knight, A. Kenned", Liortel Doliglas, A. Rogeis, Jas. CaYnorori'; fiarfiaay, Wood. F. Gross, Sie;."'srfsonV T; JL/unphy, 'I, Uunstan, K. Good, Cccferi amt.T. rtrtd B. Jiyan. In opening procesdirjjfsi the Gferirrrtatt referred to their guest as a solufcr and n.mar), nrid staled he felt assured Mr Kerifedy v/oUld do h...

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MRS J F. O'DONNELL [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 9 September 1914

I MRS J F. O'DONNELL It is with regret -wo announce thedemise of Mrs J. R O'Donnoll, at Mullwaln, N.\S. VV., al tor :i long illness; - With her husband, " thu deceased wns a w.ll l.r.o.vn resident of Oakvalu up to a few -months a^o, and war, gonr.ccted with aomcot' thy bustiuinilies in tliatdistrict.., .

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OBITUARY. MRS M. HANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 9 September 1914

OBiTUARY. MRS M. IIANLEY. Iii the course of Nature the 'Grjat .Reaper appears. Death re.noved :'from ' our midst on Lhilurday .a :pioneer lady in the •person ...of; Airs lionorn Hanley, of Btidgerum, relict of thelatc-Alr M. • Hanley, an - old identity esteemed jby^ail,.- and ■ one, .-whose reminiscences were entertaining "and"educating..'^ The late Mrs Hanley had'seen 80 anniversaries, of her. birth, and .arrived in this district from Ballarat in."1877.' The decease.! lady settled do .vn to 'farming pursuits after: the ■stirriiYg days of the diggings, and roared a family of four sons, viz., MessrsTom, Miek, Jack and Joe. all will knr.v.i and highly re spected residents. Thb funeral was representative of the deceased lady's worth, no fewer than 45 vehicles ladvn with friend's and a number: ofhorsemen following the remains 'itp./ths; Qlmmbatqok God's-acre; Ilev Futhor Oonghlin officiated at thb: grave,side ;in the presence.-of-Va". ]irge';inunibe;r of mourners; and Messrs Drumhiond a...

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A Sight Worth Sco[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 9 September 1914

A- Sight W-prti? SzpVjis;.. I fn ■ p.vi.v.cs of Mr J,. )J. Edwaids. ju.vdk-r, o£.",l'a!l ' are 'lor.' i-i-i.obt c-VpV*. 1, ;.ii h,s I.irgo and-varied .e!oc;t of d-!j::ty.',jew»}k«jv is |•n>aily..-.vrorSh, serin*..,...'Mr;- l£dtv:ird$ J as hum ui thU Imi-vuIik 'uii*J";l»3.'.ia>..«i»o a. •i-praeticahvatcbniaior, and can therefore pjr.on-il'v i'.SMSlV.'SO ; :1 .SV >l'k tliilliJ- 1*1 . lu^vwor^sUo;"!.. ; 'i !):•■ '!', ii.iii'iiiy of tliis i> i ' (ii i, u 1-.1 I i:t ot . B'J M'o' t\ diV; i J .Ti u:;t HIjnio1 11 iV p i' . .(r, i '11,1 * ' Vlli\ A 'J'■11 ■v. 1. i' <li 11 .vJ you th il it ivi.i I.! jvsrt'i y »*! • w i j turns yov.r d.'a^rija w.'th tii.j uj)-: --d itu j

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ORANGE BLOSSOMS. MAG[?]S—CORRIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 9 September 1914

j. ' ORAPiGH BLQSS07V1S. ilA(5MH3f=ROfJST-IAN.' ss Au^a'jt, tlio parties beinj Mr Frederick £i,vard lhgGU«v ywns est sjn of Mrs J.. Magnus, of Ult/.i,:),' url'l laNj of liopetou.i, and MisS Julia Liinii C:«rrt;«aa, ai'soni eldest daughter . •of th3 Jala 'Mr -urM J"* .t..S;.»nij5an, of Q-iaubitj ,k. ..rmHiWrnm-'S** -l»?K | forma I by th- Kp/. Father Hrazil, tf Sja Lake." Mrs;G. Shaw presided at if.' organ and ul.iy.od the Wedding MarclJ. The1 H.lll.ivaa vv.-y prettily Hamilton acta J a?, best ifiari; am JlrJ. Coriigan (brother of bride) as g;-0fc:?r Ujan. ■ The bridesmaids were Misws F. L3rrl)^!n i'jtd K Floors (niece of bride groom. The b'riiie v\;i att,;ix;d in cream ehnrmeuse satin, tn:m?;l with I'miton l.ice. .Mis.3. F. Corrig.tn (sister (it ths bride) ware cream voile, with I ijttipjra insertion, and 'had a white nJ!!c.8a!'.-.}'lanij b:r,v on the head. Miss | K; lagers wtf^dr^w!. in cream, silk, with 1 .i.'s tunie. liiz'.l briJ.'-u-rt i d worj a jpid broo,;h, set 'with unlethysh...

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COUNCIL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 9 September 1914

COUNCIL MgMS. , Correspondence was read ant' jttalt with rt laSt \V.'ek's Kei-an;. ^liire Council nleethg as under - From Gillies Bros., requesting permission to hold a milor cvcl race on road between Qiumla took and Charlton.--Not com; 1 eJ with. , .... Prttm Cottrell Bros., askingfo: payment of .£21 lis Sd for ma terial used by them in building n footbridge at Quanibatook over the Avbca, they giving their labor gratis.—The sum of £15 granted. From Secretary Quarn'oaloal Progress Association, asking the Council to have a culvert at th^ north end of Quambatook tr.wi ship removed.—No actio i to b< taken. From Gillespie Douglas, asYng on behalf of the ftechabite Tent of Quambatook for the old weigh bridge building as a gift. —Fo-.d Inspector to value building'and offer to Rechabites at his valua tion, purchaser to fill in excava tion. From Shire of Wycheproof con cerning the mul.iplicatio.i of lane valuations—Federal, State, muni cipal, and water—and urging tlu promotion of...

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 9 September 1914

COURSING. | iut* Jacit Ivini.1; s Poler was success!ul in t'ir> final at the s?c3ncl day's moetot' the Oak vale Coursing Club lust Wednesday, AlrD. Keatings Hot Stuff being - runner-rp.

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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 9 September 1914

THE ELECTIONS, Localiy there was little or no excitement on polling day. Farmers an 1 their wives and families drove in on Saturday afternoon, recorded their vott?. did their shdpping and departed peacefully homewards. There were knots of people here and there discussing war and politics after the arrival of the evening mails, andprognostications proved correct as to Labor coming out on top, when the first returns be came known from outside parts. Mr A. Ramsay was returning officer-at the local booth, Mr M. Coughlin poll .clerk, and Messrs Muldoon and Fradd scrutineers. The Federal member for the Wimmeradi vision (Mr 3.Sampson) being returned unopposed, the only vote was for Senate candi dates. Despite the fact that a simple cross had to bs placed opposite the favored six candi dates, there were nine informal votes in the Quambatook sub division. There are S67 names on the roll for the Quambatook subdivision, out of which number but 480 recorded their vote, and 305 of these were cas...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 9 September 1914

SPORTING NOTES. By Rambles. Saturday's semi-final in the Northern District Football As >o eialion proved a fiasco, Four iilaye.-s -11. liocith, Alexander, R/an and Baldersan— journeyed from Meatian to Hoort, the trys ting ground, while 10 of the Quamby te.iin left for the same place. The umpire bounced the leather, and th? lo^al ten scored n point without opposition and (l:imed the match. There ap pears to be about as much inter e t t.ilun in the finals of th'com petition as the Liberals took over Saturday's elections.

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THE SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 9 September 1914

THE SENATE. lne JLaoor members are leading with a majority impossible to catch up by the Liberal side.

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THE WATER FAMINE. Town Supply Out O[?] Channel Construction. FARMERS TO THE RESCUE; [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 9 September 1914

town Supply Out Of? By. Department?.! Order. fahOl CGiiSiitiCllOSi ^arivJerS tS th'e- M80H& Knowing the seriousness of the jirfpeilding situation; Mr.Stan n'Coniiel!! wlio is in dliarge ,of the local water supply, has been conserving the precious liquid of lato by only.-turning on same for a certain time, each morning. - This was as it should be, but. on Wednesday evening. ha received a Department?.! wire to close tldwn altogether; Tfcere is a Certain quantity of water, in the tiinlc; but; if allowed. Id rdn dry; the woddevl pijSes forming the main would soon perish ; thus the drastic action of tlie Water Supply ■■■ : Department. . With regard to the recant meet ing- held to connect with the Long ■ Lake scheme by channel (fully '.'v trepo^ted in our last issue) a further meeting.was held -in .the • • Mechanics'. Hall last;,.Thursday; 'afternoon; bufc"■■Hie ••• atteridande was totally disproportionate-to the crisis we have to face. < Cr Cameron was voted to the cha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 9 September 1914

1SE MAXTED, DIPLOMA, LONDON, YEARS' Hospital Experiences, ~ " creats nil diseases in both men ■len, no matter how long staml ifferers, avoid operations : con without delay. Delay is dan ':o your complaint. Destitute • jated free of ch:!r<r<>. 'so Private Home for Midwifery. .< b«fort, after, and during ">ment. Board Moderate — : . :i Ss. Doctors in attendance. S • private. Country trains met if _ . ... /envelope for reply. "Charlton," Burgess St., .;°SURN, MELBOURNE. 1242, Hawthorn. Bcndigo's Premier ; C A T E R E R. V H REED, Iy Hargreaves Street. lies forwarded for all Northern 1 * " ! {unctions—Hulls, picnics, wed .i • h*«h and school fetes. 1 . ' OS TOR OUR BRIDE CAKES .-.-ii Reed's Tsa Rooms when • in Ben i LALBERT James Woods, ' OTICAL BOOTMAKER, KS all Vinda of Ladies', Gent.'s *ad"Chtldrens' Footwear. .plies all wants Makes to all measures. Prompt Repairing. rdqn't have to pare yenr foot ... 4r- - Woods' Boots. _albert Hotel, '' is up-t...

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