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Fooding Starving Stock. A CONFERENCE. AN JUST DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

Food ins* Starving Stock. A C3Ni.4?vSjCE. AN J JJiT DJJiSiON. 'Tie IVjIic Works (Mr Ha^v-icho^i) iiel 1 a confer ence on Saturday morning with the chaiVm in of the AVater Cj.ti missio.i (vlr M'e'ri), ' th: tlirjjtor of Anija.LU.-e (Jr . (J an .to.i), the 'Jjcrnary for Lands (Mr U :c>J). and Mr J. Gray. M.L A., wh?ri suggestions for relieving t-'o J..>„ tress of settlers o.i the Malljj wer j considered. As a result of the conference four officers were sent on Tuesday morning to the Mallee, and reports will 1)3 at once supplied as to what ma isures of relief are likely to bj most effective, especially hi the dis tricts between Ouyen and Pinaroo, from which many stories ot very great distress nave reached Ministers. O.ving to the failure of this year's ero^j the farmers, are not able to obtain crtdit from the district traders. Tiie:r crops ware very li^ht last ye ir, and as a consequence they have no fodder '.for. .• stock. ,-uThey' are fafraid that theirvli'orses will die before...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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CANNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

c ANNIE. (From Our Correspondent). A concert and. coffee supper in aid of the Su i:day .School wa; held in the hall on Friday, lit*. There was a Ifirjre attendance fJ t':e public, who heartily appreci ated in -helping the c'eoi-i vn.j object referred to. Mr Raff pi\ sided, and announced the iterm which were well rendered, in th following order?: — Song, Mist Atkinson; recitation MissFiorri. Kendall; song, Mr Colson ; sonpc, lvir iirown ; recitiuuu, m..: ■ .Gould: song, Mr llargreaves duet, Misses Eisie and Eth> Bennett 'encored) ; ::ddross, iYu i Mann ; distribution ol prizes, V.i Raff; recitation. Miss May Ken dall ; song, Miss Anderson ;1 quartette, misses At.unsun aiii Guest and Messrs Raff and Har greaves, recitation. Mi?s Lizzu Bennett ; daet, Miss Aikinsoi and M'- linC": «~ins, vi • r> • song, Mr Raff : address, Mr Dykes. - The accompaniments were efficiently played by Miss Atkinson.

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

Fur Uioncliiql Oouiilis.„t iko .• • . Woods' flieat Pi ppcrmint Cnre,.Is 6d

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

M E A T I A N . (From A Correspondent). A picnic was held in connection with the local school cn the 9th, when, although the day was not an ideal one for such r.~ outing, a goodly number of people turned out to witross the various events of the local children, which were very interesting. The head teacher, Mr P. Alexander, de serves credit for the way he kept the sports programme going and doing everything to make the day . a pleasure for his scholars and their parents. There were various events for the adult portion of the crowd. The Meatian Handicap proved a good race, and was won by Baron, of Ultima. Catching the greasy pig was an exciting event, and was woft.by Donnelly, after a long chase, in which poor piggy had a bad time. The catering was per formed by the Meatian ladies in their well known style and full justice was done lo same ty all present. A ball in the evening was largely attended.

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

v, v.';; ulti:.! \. Five local volunteers were' tendered a ssnd-oif by at-o it 40 friends at Brooks' wine hall on .Wednesday last, prior 10 their departure for the Broadnioadows camp. The toast of theevt-nhg was proposed hy A»'rR. A. School ing, suppoited hy Dr Jas.-llxwa:^ Messrs Brunnen - Uiairmiiiv Brooks, Fasan,- M'ConneH and others, and enthusiastically honored. Four of the man,: Messrs' J. Tobin, J. Croft. - li.~ Forbes (Victorian Railways) and J._ Battey, ^left by ■. thq followin? morning's train. Three so s of Mr Thos: Hamilton; of V/aitchie South, left, two _ days : -o for Broadmeado-vs, and aro cxpected back shortly f ar a few days. T. Jo tmkes ten volantce.-s in^all : from' tliis district.

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

clpi'SI.asd & NolITIlF.KN Co-OI'EHA tivk Sl:l 1.1 NC, A l.NSliKANl'H CO., ltd.. 491 Finders l.an Molt.ourn<>.--Co opcriitive Di>|iuf'il nf C'.xrcise Meat. The quantity still in <"i' Uoun is in creasing uvi ly week, ami yon l'1! 11 rt'-s^ assured tliiii v.'e imii proi/un. v m luiih Mark-: \Ulva for any IVi'ki-re i.nd Vealer* y.»u sen! al«»n^. J'nlv (»NK S\LV* Day a w»v k, jujd thai Fi.iday. if inMT»/a^d, write 'v> us lor address u;;.o Rr Qh K". .:f'- Hac)»ins C\.u«h atn'glit W mils' l,ri>- litfl

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

t'lHD Si CO., Stock and Station Agents. MELBOURNE OFFICE, 4GS Collins Street. Branches: Quambatook, Booi-t, Charlton, Wycti proof, Keranir, Swan Hill, and Barham (N.S.W.) Auctioneer' Notice. ED. TRENClRO & 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 of land adjoining the trucking yards, upon which they arc erecting Good and Convenient Yards in which they will hold regular ■ They wilfbe pleased to order trucks for . Fat Stock for Newmarket, and superintend the loading of Stock, and will also supply latest information on ths .markets. T. E. DUNSTAN, t QuambatcoV. Representative. QMBftTOOK STOCK SALE. [ Thursday, Oct. 8. E- DWAIID trenchard & CO. will hold their usual Stock Sale in their new yards as above, when they will yard1] Sheep, Cattle, Horses, &c. Special Entries for Next Stock Sale. Further Entries Invited. EDWARD TRENCHARD & Co. Quambatook. Lalbert...

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

The Federal Cafe, QUAHBATOO K. MISSES REGAN T\ESIRES to notify the public of Quambatook and district that they JJ have purchased the business ot Mr B. Costa, and hope .to havi a continuance of the support accorded him. ALL FRESH FRUITS IN SEASON RECEIVED DAILY. . . AVE GUARANTEE CUSTOMERS THAT IT IS ALWAYS FRESH. ,„.A BIG ALLOVVANCt. OH FiltiiT BY T:i£ CASE FOR JAM MAK!ri3, UNIWJER DRiftKS AFJO COROJALS Or ALL KSI^DS. Lemon Squash £t H o£ Pies, Tea or GovFeo. DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS ALL CONFECTIONERi WILL BE KEPT INSIDE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ORDERS TAKEN •..for Large and Small Quantities in every lino. Give tV. FEDERAL CAFE a trial n ml you will have even ■ civility and attention. ~ Modeiate Prices for everything. TH.H BEST .THAT MO KEY CAN CUV. tlrv?'GGEH BRAND" mmm TOMATO SAUCE. CANNED FRUITS. AMS. -INSIST- CN HAVING " D5GGSR ERAPiD. Blacksmith, Wheelwright, Etc Quambatook. Horses Caref»*t«y Shod. AH Repairs to trrspJcmenta and ■ P/tschittery promptly attended to. BUGGIES, &a...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. HIGH TEA AND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

PfiSSBVfGRIAPJ CHURCH ANNIVERSARY _SfiRVICElJ. HICtH TEjA AND dONCBRf-. MrW; II. PiKl^rsdn gave pleas ure arid satisfaction td all as§errU bted at the anniversil'y serviee§ of tho Quanibatook Presbyterian Church. His deliverance was fine and cams up to all expecta tions, and to him may be accredi ted the great succecs of all the service?. The sinking of the choir was splendid, and was highly appreciated by all. Speak ing generally, although the con ditions were not altogether favor able, the 1914 anniversary proved tt marked success. A further continuance of the proceedings took the forril pf a high tea and ddndert ori thd Wednesday follow ing; which passed olf very suc cessfully. Notwithstanding the devastating drought, the best preparations were made, and it was owing to the splendid orga nisation and equipment under the able direction of the Ladies' ^uild, and to the harmonious working of all concerned, that such goOd results Were achieved. Teacoltt hienced at 6.!l0 p.m., and due...

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THE Quambatook Times. OUR MOTTO: "Truth is great, and will prevail." WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914 Local and General News. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

OUR MOTTO : " Truth is great, and will firevail." WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3D, 1914 Local and Genera! Nsws. The Weather. There appeared to be a break in the weather at the week end, but only two points were recor ded. Oakvale scored six. Sum mer conditions are now prevail ing. The Cry for Water. All available teams have been pressed into service for the con struction of water channels, and satisfactory progress is being made. Convalescent. It is with pleasure we note that Mr T. Dunstan, resident repre sentative for Messrs Edward Trenchard and Co., is up and about again after a severe bout of pleurisy. Illness. Mr E. Wood, the popular mana ger of the Quambatook Stores, Pty., has been confined to his room suffering from pleurisy. We are pleased to be able to state that latest advices show Mr Wood to be on the improve. Rabbits. At a meeting of the Quamba took Sheep Dip Association on Thursday last the President stated the rabbit inspector had reported to him that there was a burrow on thei...

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District Enrolments. KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

District Enrolments. KERANG. The following volunteers have been sworn in before the attesting officer, Mr D. G. R.ittray,; for service in the Australian Imueriai Expedit:onary Force since .Mori day lastHorace W.: Marshall,' Walter Hanson, 'Robeit M irtin, Patrick F. Whelan. Walter Thomas J, Graiy, Anjjus \1 ■Uihiv-1 ray, Thomas Kitelne. Cecil G. Baker, Ernest Shiicon, Ilober:. A. Steward,'■■ Frederick S. Mo.iiv, William Cam :> bell, lli.i,. e il. Mathers, Reuben G. .N*«vniuh; Oscar S. Shurpe. Oac irM'SJomm. , Robert II. Willi uns.

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

BOORT SHOW. At the meeting of tin conr.n'ttee in connection with the B>ortshow there w is a:i amni tte 1 tiw.-imi j:i in regard I o it; p i>:p >:i ::ii i.i1: fir this year, 0:1 accou 1: of th ■ drought, with the result int si'.-s >n and poor saaiplo of exhibits. Mr K. Weaver pointe 1 o:r. t'.;e expen ses which lu:l already been .in cttrred, and which would li.i.'.' t > he met whetlu-r t'.i: s'.i i.v w i< h.l or not. T.ie figure; h; ;iro iu;ed clearly showed the fi a.m.nil a -p w.'t of the society, and if the anna il gathering: were allowed t.> hps; a", least £l"20 would have tn Iu pail out in expenses alrea ly ii:arred, the item: biin^ clearly s'ikv.i. Putting the receipt's do.v.i a: U per cent hss than list .year, Mr Weaver pointed out that their loss would not be too heavy, nft.-r pay ing othjr unavoidable exp uses. The various speakers were divi led in their'opiaiuns, some hei y pessi mistic as to the Ijnaa.-iil oute.^nj: of the show, while oth:rs 1 j...

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THE FINISHED SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

THE FINISHED SONG. Jij* W.' \\. Muudohb. It nas Cmistuniu iive. Oume sugo uoor ui a Uiiuiro, ill u populous uoriliora J<unuon uistiiei, men unci wo men stood shivering iu uiu col" nigm uir. They woio waitiug, with ilio liopoiill Hopelessness of Wo Uieatiicul world oi being "taken ou" at Uui last, moment,. i'aiitoinimno still reigned supremo ui Christmas iii this tueatie, uud ou tnis night tuo diess rehearsal was. to tako t/laco.. .No ono.heodod ouo little liguro—a patiently waiting, poorly clud, but cloau cnild about twolvo years old. Suo was looking anxiously, uot towards 1110 coveted doorway, but towards the unUauoo to Uio court. Suddenly iier saddened eyes lit up at the sight of a premuluroly ageu mail who was iipprouehiug. Ho wore mi ovoicoat, Ins outer garment cou sistii.u of: a. frock coat wmcli had scon almost its last days. Under his arm ho carried' a violin case. .Shu was ouo of tho littlo fairies — tlio translormatiou bceue. .Tho feeble old man had somotiuios st...

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Water Supply. LOANS APPLICATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

W-iier Supply. LOANS Ai'PLtJ Yl'IOlf BILV Inclrled in t'l; sa'idil jIj of the Water Supply L"".mi Application B 11 are t'u i'ollolvin^ amjnts proposed to ba s >ent un ler the bill: Oh irlton .YVa'orWorks T uit, £3;4 ; service baslri nnd sundry other \V irks Pyrjmi 1 Hill \V;l:e.'.varkj Tnlst, £330; pu.npi.ig plant. I'arniguiia is trough, £510; storage piping anJ sundry works. ICor./nj, £1453 ; raaarvjir an I p'pn. CampMpe t> Serp-ntine, works and Ian:I comp nsation, £5033 ; distribalory chajneU, including t'lusj for D;n.;e«j district, £5303. Liddon Kiver frca h2ad\v>rks, £133; land compensation ami minor wjrki. Boort irnsfntion and Wates Supply District, £2033; constituting and con structing channel.?. Long Lakes Wa^r.vork j Diitrict, £3303; clnn.iel \vork3, urba.i suppy to Lalbirt township, and improvements to urban supplies of Ultima and Lake tioji. . The grand total propose:! .to bs sp3it under thj ne.v bill is £590,000.

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THAT EMPTY BACK SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

THAT EMPTY BACK SEAT. A voi y small girl, beside whoso chair leaiieu a little crutch, pressed hor iaca against tun window pauo ono morning and watched tho man who lived next Hour as ho backed his automobile out ol Hie garago; falio was absolutely motionless wnilo ho insptctcd the car, cranked up tho engine, and started oii. AI lor wauhiug him out of sight, she wiped a toa.r irom each eye and picked up a rag doll that lay in iior lap. L;ly Violet ltose," said she to tile doll iu a voice Unit quavered ever so little, "you sil light up thero on the table. You aro a little girl what litis a pain in your hip every miiiuto. Vou can't go outdooin 'coptin' some body pusnes you in the go-cart; and yuu never waa in a awe-mobiU), never once. 'is'' you sit up there in your room and watch me. 1 am a great big man j and X don't liavo any pain in my hip, an' 1 can walk all over; an' I got a awo-mobilo and overy tliing. See, this chair is my awe mobile. '.V you just watcli 1110, '11' maybe p'raps 1...

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Tennis Association. THE DRAW: SECOND ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

Tennis; Association. - o — THE DRV>V: Second Hound. Sat., Oc'., 3 Oakvale v. Rovers. ,, 3—ij'took v. Q'touk South. ,, „ -10—(J'to'iik Suuth'.v. Oakvalu; •Veil., ,, 1-1-Hovi-is v. (Juiimhatook. Sa'., ,, ^ 17—(^'t i.li■Sfituh.v. Kihei-«.: ,, .. i!4—(juainbctook v. 0ukvaltf.

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

THE MISlflALIAN ESTATES LTB. WOOL WAREHOUSES, 673 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. WOOL*"® GRAIN ' AUCTION SALES Or WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW AND CRA1N WEEKLY. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCED ON THE ENSUING CLIP OF WOOL For Sale In Melbourne or Shipment to London. The Company act Strictly as Selling Brokers, ADVANCES oil GRAIN. ••■oi®««B«B»nec®H*H3acj3«s*2GaB9aea»osoaonoao*oi7onsjB3 I IF YOU KNEW I ■ • the difference Bcecham's PliJs would make io you if you arc a sufferer from ® 9 biliousness, constipation, depression of spirit*, flatulence, headache and other n ® iiitrcning disorders conjequom upon somcdernn^enient of the digestive organs, ® ID you would never be without ihcm. I TBE U&LUE OF I © n O this excellent preparation is attested hy countless thousands of men and women J® >JB in every quarter of theijlobe. Afler seventy years o'; splendid service their sales $ ® -*re st:!l on the increase! Truly a wonderful record! The Family Medicine ^ q which has reached the highest pi...

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

K E R A N G. ' A young man named Stanley Pedder, aged 21 years, passed away at a. private hospital on Sunday morning, the causa of death being pneumonia and kid nev trouble. On Saturday evening the Rev. T. J. Payne, Methodist minister, met with a painful accident. He was stacking chaff in a s'led when his foot slipped, and, in falling, he came in contact with a box, fracturing one of his ribs. The patient is progressing favor ably.

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

NURSE MAXTED, • DIPLOMA, LONDON, Ort YEARS' Hospital Experiences, «•" treats all diseases in both men and women, no matter how long stand ing. Sufferers, avoid operations ; con sult me without delay. Delay is dan gerous to your complaint. Destitute cases treated free of charge. Has also Pi ivate Home for Midwifery. Patients before, after, and (luving accouchement. Board Moderate — Fees £3 3s. Doctors in attendance. Strictly private. Country trains met if advised. ■ t _ Stamp envelope for reply. "Charlton," Burgess St., AUBURN, ' MELBOURNE. 'Phone, 1242, Hawthorn. Bcndigo's Premier CATERER." W. H 3 E E D, 300 Hargreaves Street. Supplies forwarded for nil Northern District functions—Balls, picnics, " clings, cl'.Mch and school fetes. SrAMOCS TOR OUR BRIDE CAKES Reed's Tea Rooms when in Ben digo. DESERT* James\Woods, PRACTICAL NbOOTMAK.br, STOCKS all kinds (A Ladies', Gcnt.'s and Childrens' iViotweav. Supplies all wants Slakes to all measures. Prompt Repairing. : .You don't have to par...

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High Grade Milling Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

High Grado .RflHiing ^ Whoai. - . r . 0 j ■■;Tho:yiefcomn'MiiIj';vn3ri5 Asso ciation is circularising Agriculture jjcieties to the effect thtt with s'T-e ohj 'at of encouraginr the production of more suitable wheats for milling purposes, the association is prepared to pay 3d per Ivishel more than the rate prevailing for wheat f.a.q. stand ard, for a parcel of " Comeback " variety, tru'j' to typj. of 503 bushels, of good milling qiulity, or le-s, with a minim am ot* 300^ bushels, such w'.iiitto b; gro.vn north of the Divi jing Ringe. and Jelivered during J >nuary, 1915. [<i addition the association will supplement thaabnve 'oy offering i c.io, valued at 20 guineas, to the largest successful gro.ver on satis t'accory proof of production and delivery.

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