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A LOCAL ACT ON. AGAINST EYECUTORS OF ESTATE ALLEGED BREACH OF DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 23 September 1914

A UOQAL ACT 05J. ajvif ;r Exscurba'3 'of ,j:sj a:is., AL/l":'GED Liii'J VCil 07 DUTY. ..-It the Pracltee-Court on Thurs day befo.-e Mr J.ustice Hood, mifiiio.i wa3 madi in the case of Michael Thorn is Kelly, on behalf of.hiniicit another Itaru-ficiaries, under the will-and coJieils in the estate oi: Daniel Kelly, ssr., hu: of Budgerum, farmer, a.i .i..s* James lliiiry Fleming, of OiK vale, farmer, and William Andre .v Kelly, ofiiudsrerum, fanner, for alleged breach of duty. ■; Mr Starke appeared for the pi jiiUift's, and Mr Dethridge for the defendant Mr Starke said the defendants were the executors under t-ae will of the deceased. There was a •-judirae.it against them, and they allowed it to go to execution, i'iie estate was disposid of at a great sisrifke. Tne plaintiifi were now prjejeding ajainst the de fendants for breach of duty. Mr Qsthridge applied 0:1 behalf 6f: th£idef£n(lunis-for t.ie trial to be 'held at JJendigo ' before a judge and jury.'\ • • Hij iJonor-refcuid to gra...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 23 September 1914

The Weather. • Ominous clouds, symbolic?! of r heavy rain, banked up from the | south-west on-Friday afternoon, I and the sky became ove;cast. I Then a -driving wind sprang up from the ■ south, and the lor.g ••looked-tor change was a thing of tho past. The -gale,•.■■however, :paraevered in its intensity, and, with its' concomitant dust-r reigned supreme -throughout •Saturday.-".'Ic was a Alal'ea dust storm with - a vengeance, and lasted right up to Saturday night. Gritty human beings cculd ; be pardoned if their observations, were more forcible than: polite; The . season's p-.-ospecls - daily become worse owing to the want of.ruin and the position*may now bo ivj;arded ;:s extreme. . -Tim cro.'S have imng out wonlierf-illy well and it d. e3 indeed -se m a :,'rvac pjty ihfti. we arc not biased .viih-a g'io'1 fall, \\>hi-jh would c-,vo:i /iu,.v iv.rlt wo'idsi-s. The >.vo. on i-i .i iv*!: .."kiiblt "imc, ir^s ii) we--hdVj gnno ri<rbt tUruvl^'i winter praeikuiiy v. iiho'...

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In Search Of Grass LOCAL RESIDENTS TRAVEL. "WOULD-BE SQUATTERS." "BLACK SNAKE" RANGE AND "GENTLE ANNIE." [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 23 September 1914

In. Search Gf Or as. L9.AI, RESIDENTS T1UVKI,. '• W0ULD-I3E SQUATTERS.'' ''BLiACIv S.V-\:vB" KAM-JB AMD " GENTLE ANNJh ' Tlu change from th333 nrrth* • ei\i areas to Gippil md pi'opar •:la • oily bs aporeciitjd to tin full by t'.iose who have spent-the rr.ain inrtion of .their lii'e in the Mnl , ios. v . i'hc monotonous plains give iJlaca to vistas of given under • ■ gro.vih n'estlintf at- • the • foot of giant gums*. The ripple of i pearly stream in the "distance is - • a' lullaby in itself. Ifcjs 'the call • , of. Spring ; birds carol their joy ous notes; all Nature is alive -V with fruition,' blending with a glad ptean that it is good to be alive. • - Consequent on thtj conditions prevailing here owing to there being little or no rain this win-. • ter, owners of starving flock arc hard pat . to it to find suitable country to keep their stocks and herds alive. . A week or so ago Messrs A. E. Adamtwaite, , 0. Shaw and A. Davy sallied forth . fronf Quambatook in search- of the promi...

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"PICKWICK" REALISES £495. ORIGINAL ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 23 September 1914

"PICKWICK" REALISES £495 ORIGINAL ADVERTISEMENTS. "Sweet ar* tho uses of advertise- j mouV r*J»iv«d its full tribute at » I reccut auction, when a complete tori©* of tho 20 numbers, beginning March 31, 1833, oi" "Tho Posthumous Papers oi tho Pickwick Club," with overy wrapptu*, every advertisement (includ ing tho slips), everything, in lact, as issued, a veritable bimon Pure ol a sot, appeared and Jaseinatod a com pany ready to pyxs an examination in Uio "po.ntK" ot a genuinely perioet "Pickwick." j Tho -0 numbers oasily beat tho aiu ount paid tor a similar fc<-*t uncartiied and sold in Amorieu lor in winging iMJ)0. 'The Kot wju woli knonn to Dickens' students us that to-mad l»y thw lat« Caput.n R, J. li. Doughu;, u most diligent ud nnrer. ii :s uscksh to decry iiio pnc< or tile reason. llory ^ro the 20 num ueis in tlieir earliest ik*uu. With thuu aro tlie. back and I rout wrapporb «-i advet tii-emenU, tne uxlnt Kal adver tisements ol "LLenoky's brandy'' aim "....

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Quambatook Coursing Club. CLOSING THE SEASON. A PLUMPTON MOODED. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 23 September 1914

Quam^aipck Coursing G;ub. CLO THE Si-JASON. A PLTJ,iPTO.i MOO TED.: . At .thc-.wind up meeting for , the season, held at the Qjumba took Hotel on Saturday evening, there, were present Mr S. Cam eron (Pre&i.lent), Messrs. T. llit : .chie, A. Rogers, A: Kennedy, J. Cottrell, W. Gross, W. Shaw, M. Cou'ghliin, Neil Livingston, and the lion, sec., fttr.M." Coughlin. ' The secretary. read the balance sheet, which sho.ved receipts £86 . 19s 9;1 and expenses, £G7 13s 7d, leaving a.credit balance of £19 ,6s 2d. The season opened with a balance of but £110s. .The balance-sheet was adopted. The President and Mr Rogers congratulated the " hon/ sec. on such a satisfactory state :of af fairs. " : Mr Rogers moved that Mr Alf Adams, of JCerang,who acted as honorary judge throughout the season, be asked to attend a com plimentary social arranged by the club.' ..■■■• ■' : . ■ ■ .. • Seconded by Mr T. Ritchie. •The President thought it very good of Mr Adam's to travel so far at a sacritice and...

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ABSENT-MINDED. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 23 September 1914

ABSENT-AilNi)ED. '"Tho most absent-minded man in world occupied my uiiuir tliis morning," said a "barbor'-to 'a newcomer.. "Ho came in and sat down near the door to wait liis turn. 1 yelled '-Next' at him two or threo times when my ohuii- was empty, but ho was dreaming and didn't bear mu. i''muily, i touched him on the shoulder and tolu dim 1 was ready lor him. "What do you want me to do?" ho asked. 'Why got into tho chair if you want anything,' 1 replied. •J'his is a barber's shop." " 'Oh yes,' ho said, and thou ho got into tho chair. He leahod back, so i let tlio chair down and shaved him. lie didu't have a word to say. Wheu 1 i.ad unished he got out oi tue chair iimJ took tlio elieeli ovor lo tJio Cash ier, paid, and started out. When hatt . .. uirough the door ho stopped. " 'Say/ ho said, 'what did yo". io to mop" " '1 shaved you,' 1 said. " 'Just my luck,' ho replied, '1 wanted a hair-cut.' " Foote, tho comedian, diued ouo day at a country inn, and the laudloru askod huw lie li...

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The Cry For Water. TEAMS AT WORK. APPEAL TO RESIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 23 September 1914

The Cry For Wskr. TEAMS AT WORK. !• APPEAL TO RESIDENTS; The, committee .appointed in public meeting to arrange details I and supervise same for the con* i struct ion of a channel to lap the i,Long Litre water, ar.d thus to i .the: township reservoir,■- viz., Cr. S: Cameron. Messrs. A. Rogers. | G. C. Be; rett, J. C. Whitehead ! and A. U. Adamthwait^, met on i Wednesday afternoon. They went through a large amount of detail ;work, and, after analysing the cost of the scheme, decided _on an appeal-ior funds to the residents of Quambatook and district. Tiii text of same was to the effect that, as the people had under taken to construct seven miles of channel, and, as the Wa'.or Sup ply Department would construct only three mjles, they were ur gently in need of fuhds. The com mi'.tee, therefore, ..appealed to the public to coma to their assistance, as eacl?\ind everyone i.would b:nefit to the fullestextent by having' tho water, right into their, ho'rvps instead 'of having same s.ipplie....

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WHY THE FARMER SHOULD GROW HIS OWN FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 23 September 1914

WHY THE FARMER SHOULD GROW HIS OWN FRUIT. Economists toll us that farming liav uoino to be' a specialised business—Um tile iurmw, ol to-day should live oil tne proiil& lrom tiie farm rathor tuan on tuo products of tno larm. To put it another way, mey point that tno ua.. ol tne seli-suinciug larnier m.s puSH;d a lid "that to be &uece^siul the runner m_ this day and ugo must con centrate Ills enoigics on tuo produc tion ot crops that Mill pay tuo lalgest p. outs rogaruless ol iwicLner lie or 1110 luimly can iise or care to use tuom as luod or doming. Uo nave no quarrel with tho ocono mist. Wo need so.entibto and jihiloso pners 10 work out lor us Droad eco nomic principles. ■ ■ Xho dilhculty lies not so lunch in their theories us in tue tact that wo aro apt to taKo thoni too literally. Wo are likely to lor got that tho basic aitrereuco between mo larm lamily and tuo city lamily lies in tho. lact that tho iarm and tho I.'iMil home aro ono and inseparable, mo city busines...

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THE SIMPLE SAVAGE. A BISHOP'S EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 23 September 1914

THE SIMPLE SAVAGE. V BISHOP'S EXPERIENCES. '•The cannibal chief of the village, who was u bWut man clad au a ij'reucu wuiuv & hat, una a iady'a red blouso, out with no trousers, sat on tho lo^ uiv»:du mo, ami toid mo all tlio wrong tilings his puoplo bud done." toucii u*iw one oi tlio muny pictures whicn liisuop Wilson, formerly Bishop oi* Mo iuiict>iu, drow of tuo native lito on ihu Solomon Islands, at tho annuul mwt* lug ol tho Association for Missionary toorvice. Tno powor of the mit^ionarj amount ilio boutii boa IslanuorH, Bishop Wu hon said, wg» very great, and tho na mont that God waa greater tiian tiic guobto and charms that hold the na tives in thrill. A naiiro might re solve in his own mind to do or not to Uo a o«rta»n thing, and bo at liberty to change his mind at any time, but u ho should so muoh as utter that thougnt, ovon in a whisper, it became a vow, und he wan bound by it for ah umi\ Ono evening ho (JUishop \YM boii) wa.s bitting iu his house writing loite...

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MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 23 September 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER. (From our Sjocial Correspondent.) , Six yearn ago \vt» vp-.v wiug with c.vli other to «io honor t,t the .4iu<'rit'an u;en-o'-war»mon, who v:i;np with the White Fleet, They were>-feted and , fussed ovor uud jjiven a good time generally in the usual acceptance of the term.--> Kvery citizen i'olt it a duty and ;i pleasure to take charge of an American or two and do the hon ors. Can it bp said that we nrc doing the same for the splendid fellows who are in training at Broudmcadows, pre paratory to going to fight for uh in a war that dwarfs all other warn in historj'Z The answer lies in the fact, that apart from loaal ' •^rud-offs," the men, when on leave, may he seen at theatres and other places of pfiblic entertainment, not Qs the Americans woro, guesta of enthusiastic citizens, but by themnelvefi or in little parties manifestly made up of relatives or per sonal friends. Probably they prefer it th«t way. Certainly, men of the stamp who volunteer for th...

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JERRY-BUILT CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 23 September 1914

JERRY-BUILT CHILDREN. I '"Heredity lays tho foundation, en j vironment does tho rmt," said one 01 tho world's thinners uio other day. i should lirio every woman who reads these pugos to ponder over uis woros, ana tnen read the articlo which ap pears below, irum the pen of a tboughi lul woman writer. oUiliaties aro usually e-nvinciug, ai uioutli tuoy may w>r" u>, out uiu sta l.t) UCJ on bau'.es deaths aro appalling. iuo- nic*e.ing out of a little uie, H'hui o.o i'"in<-1 iiiiie nas scarcely if gistoieu iu> arrival, ib neartreuumg enougn, but when Vu roal-eo tliat oii*> null 01 all do.itus occur among cnilure.i unuoi- nvo years ot a^o, then we are more than btaxtled. , Juat think of ill Out of every mil lion babies oorn into tno world, ioO.uiaj dio in tuo 11 I'M .Near, and an many loi ioiv in the next uo y»jrs. by the close of niu liith yuar tut death-roii Uaa risen to between 40 and 60 pe> cent. c>ur»ly a Uxnble total, and ouu that we women must do ail in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

For Years He Worked in V/el Ground, Kidney 'Pains and *Uerrib!e {Backache. Clements Tonic Cured T'iIs IcStfr wa* written from Tubhul 8uisoti, Via Youiti, N.S.W., A«2 ,15.il. Mt \Vi>c an, tSi? writer, ktrongly re.* >uiuieu>U till miners to u>e this l.-jcii.-inc, l*ec;iu>c it is juch a powerful ju-rve anJ purifier that it c ^interacts the ili-effccUof uudcrnruuml cja iuenieut ami Inul air upon the sj'sitcm. After* r?J<!iii£ this letter, get . —j -'CLmcUU~TffuteTnr^fcee^~bealthy**=-— • • CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "Asa aiaer lor years I worked in. wet ground, aal now it is tellinj oa me, for I suffer with my kidneys and backache aad loas of appsitte. "Doctors ia Youaj told toe I bad hydatids, cod sai-i aa operatioa ai{Lt be cefsjury. Their midi^e did at bo goaJ. I resolved agjiait it. ! was 10 used up 1 could cot walk f;r, without a spell. 1 tried all m:dicise», and pills, a/ life has bcea a aysery to aet oatil 1 tried Cle&nats Tonic. The first and second bo...

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Dental. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

Mr M. L. Thomas, of Melbourne, will be paying his usual visit to Quambatook on Thursday, Sth October. He has a New Dis covery for Painless Extraction, and also brings with him samples of the new English and American teeth for his patients to choose from. Consult him at the Com mercial Hotel.

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Weekly Market Report. GRAIN DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

Weekly Market Report. GRAIN DEPARTMENT. The Gippsland and Northern Co operative belling- Coy., Ltd. report last week end p-ices as under Wheat.—The Commission has now fixed the price of this at 4 9. J Oats.—These a-e much better, and 3/Id is obtainable for prime milling ; feed, 2/U to 3/. Barley.—Prices all rcund have ad vanced, as stocks are kecoming exhaus ted. English is selling from 2/9 to 3/9, and Cape from 2/9 to 3/. Maize.—Deliveries il.is week have been lighter, and there is rather a bet ter feeling. Prime Flat lied is lvorl h 3/101 ; occasionally, 3/11. v hart".—Prices have advanced nearly 5; a ton. Choice oaten is selling at £5/10/ to £5/15 ; medium, £5 to £5,5. Onions.—Deliveries this week have been much lighter, and, as a result, accumulations at the platform have been cleared up. There is now rather a better fueling, and £10 is being paid for prime. Potatoes.—Deliveries of this line also have been lighter, and prices have ad vanced. Prime Carmen-) arj ce ling at £5 5s ;...

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Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

©yciin j and Motor Notes. [By ur S.ia^ial Corre n< 11 'ent.] The Defence department lias pur chased every available chassis of two tons and over for use in co.wectijn with th« Australian Exoeditiunary Force, and Iras secured about 5J new vehicles and nearly 93 secund-ha id machines. The workshops of the leading motor agents are now working djuble shifts to overhaul and liuilJ bodies for the fleet.. Old bodiej are lining taken ofF and replac d with new ones conforming with British Wat- Office specifications. Ail the reconJ-lianl w.igg ns are .being stripped unJ thoroughly o/erhiuljd. Mag'ietos nre being" tested, springs strengthen!, engines puiie I dow.i, two Inoks adiel, po.verfal he id lights fixed, petrol tanks increisei in siz.\ Other volunteers lrom ihe motor trade nre dealing with equipme it for each car, tyres are being replace.!, and when these machines go forth Hie driver will find carefully p.'oi'i le.l everything he wants, down to the smallest split pin or piece...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

33 YEARS IN THE MELBOURNE TRAMWAY SERVICE. A CLEMENTS TONIC LETTER. Many Officials in the Melbourne Tram way Service can Conii.m This Testi mony, which all Victorian Railway Service Men should liead. In certain periods of the year the weak-chested man or woman goes down to intl'J'.'nz • and other c'l-jst ailments. '1 hey canr.ot be too careful. Here is an instance where mrluenza was followed by pleurisy, but this great medicine, as u.sua!. worked wonders in restoring health. Read thb letter (written from 42 Bladen-street, East Krunswick', Mel bourne, 2/'4/'12):— CLEMENTS TO MIC LTD. "The end of December 1911, I caught cold, and was laid up with pleurisy, which became seriom. Two doctors attended me ; for three days my tem perature was lOJdog. _ Mv life was despaired of, but through the doctor's- j advige I live to-day, He advised my v.iie to Clements Tonic for mt thst 'there was iil'e in tru medicine.' I am convinced that v.uen he sai* 'LIKE IN CLEMENTS' they were the truest words h...

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BOORT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

BOORT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A meeting of the committcc or .lie above was held in the Median ies' T utinte 0:1 sat;ir.l ly. Present —'L'ite President (MrR. Jf. lai ymi), Jones, v.ali!e, Penan, Elliott, I5.iivl-.iy, Ksler, Kme, Williams ju, Mjloii;, R. An re.vs, L st;rS.nit , J. Weaver, l-i. Weav.r, I.ornc nilth an tli: secretary (It. Jt. Irving). 1'iie minutes of last uncling were rea ! and confirmed. fie first and mojt impsrlant i.i i i:si was then trau-ueted. J . 11; t > the ha 1 sea o.i a gteat de 1 of discussion ensued as to H''..c:':ir a sbo.v should be hel l this year o- i.ot. The fi:i.m _-i.il asp.'it was th-iro.ighly gone into, an 1 it wa- uki.iut;!y dr.-i.!.•!, on the m tij:i of Mr Job. Weaver, se con-Iel by r Williamio:i,!thit the event take placc as tisir.il. Several members agreed to sign a jji.it an 1 sev-er.il re the society s overdraft i; necessary. Correspondence. IVom secretary XVoolbrokers' Association, forwarding a donation "f L- 2« From secret iry Ilard-.vare A...

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

Mail Notices. Mails despatched from the. Quambatook Post Oflices for the following towns, close as under : Melbourne, Bendigo, Korong Vale, and Bonrt at 10.25 a.m., on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday ; also 8 p.m. on Saturdays. Ultima, Lalbert, Cannie, G p.m. daily. Quambatook South, G.55 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Fri day. Budgerum, West 11.30 a.m. on Tuesday. ' Leave your orders at the VTimes." for. your.Invitation Cards, Members' Tickets,

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Snake Island Lands. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

Sr.aHe Island Lc.ni's. With the object of assisting small holders in the drought stricken area, the Lands depart ment is making arrangements for the agistment of a limited number | of cattle on Snake Island, off Welshpool, SouthGippsl'.nd. This island has for some time past bec-n devoted to t!.-.e agistment of dry stock owned by the settlers on the mainland near by. It is now found th it there is room for seme additional stock, and the Minister for Lanrid (Mr Lawsonj has decided to limit its further use to small holders on the dry areas. Applicants fot; these lands must indicate the nunibsrof stock o'.vned and the number for which grass is required. The owners will have to pay the ordinary charge of Gel per head per week and take all risk. • The cattle must cross from the mainland at lo.v tide, at which time they can •a ade across the nurro v passage to the island. As the available grazing is limited, applications should,be investigated and appli cants informed as to the decision ar...

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Sheep Dipping Association. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

Shssp Dipping Assoei • aii on. A mealing of the Quambatook Sleep Dip Addition was lie'tl in tlte Mechanics oil Thursday dftenldJn last, whe.-i there Wei'e flrd&nt i—Sic'ssrS John CoUghlan (president), D.in Gardiner, \V. Doyle, sen.. R. Moore, i\f. For rester and the secret: 17 (.VIr H. Griffith). . On the motion of Messrs Moore and Forrester, -Mr W Doyle was . appointed caretaker of the Dip at the same romunera.nn as last year. The President moved that dip ping commence on 15th October, and included in the motion that .every member inform the secret ary wlmt date he would sS'irt, as Well as furnishing him with the fiiamber of sheep, approximately, he would have for dipping pur poses also, that an advertise ment be inserted in the " Times " to that effect. In seconding the motion, Mr Doyle, sen., fully agreed with advertising the date u* starting Then, if owners of sheep did not come along with same in time. ; ... penalty could be impos/d. A) ■ -.".the sheep in the district c...

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