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MIXING UP TWO MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

MIXING UP TWO MOTHERS. Oil Woduesdny aftornoon, after school,' ono of' tho mothers came with her particualr porploxity ;to consult'the teacher. ' "Is there' any way, slio sisked with somo hesitancy "to uianago so that tho children can havo a little more homo life? if tlioy could havo just a bit less homo study, it would bojso nico. As it . is now, 1 hardly soo anything of them. Aftor soliool they havo to play out, and then they, arc'doing their lessons until bedtime. You -don't know; how I miss tho little visits'that wo can't havo because they are so bu*y. I can hardly wait for Satur day and Sunday." . The teiichor sympathised. "They ■ale too busy, no doubt. 1 will think it over and se« what can bo dono; but remember that it ia vory difficult to find one-solution that will lit exactly forty different problems." - jUii' Thursday afternoon, anothor .mother'camo with her particular per ph.vty to consult tho same toachor. ''Do y6u propose, she askod with a slight Irown, "that it would b...

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

THAT KID. | '-Fancy having that kid.tucked on to us Jill day!" growled F'reckles. [ . "Mother Matthews must liuve jolly well known what a nuisunco he'd be. said tliu Buiitum, very crossly. "Xuisanco isn't tlio word Tor itl" said Freekks, liring oil his poasiiooter at an innocent little bird, who had ven tured to look at him from tho eaves of. the barn. , ■ It was all because tliat matron -Mrs .Matthews,-had lelt Willie Danvers in their charge while she spent tlio day in town, and had put them on their . i- not to leave ; Him behind when they went shrimping. "1'ho poor little chap's very lonely," she said, "and- it's just as hard lor liim to bo hero now, as it is lor you. His father niissed his boat at Alien, or he would huvo fetchod him at the end of the term." ••He hasn't to stay at school for all the holidays, anyhow IV grumbled the Bantam, who wasn't.lit all inclined to "crow" at present; '1'heio was some thing seriously wrong' with tlio drains 1.1 the village whero ho and Freckl...

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THE WOMAN WITH THE COLORLESS LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

THE WOMAN WITH THE COLORLESS LIFE. "poll li0|n'^<)[n^a1phinOU,ltl loo,k Place supplied wit , ,'„ l'r °Ull.ous but void of ,ii il. ■ 'locossities, sod She dres! bSll'ii'S ■The'to", WUS "" ? •^1 u r±Lh"1 Mt* W«"« i'^ no public feV'd.rn^V1 , ■ n,'"aVnS form;i1 calls. k,,OW ot I'la tin house. d l00kl"fi al <-)io Mulatto I should so distract , ,4 iirk vtuug poi'sjioctinvc" ,^lV° ,t'lc it nil d't 'S Vie'y mUcl' liK"° a Paiut'iig— suddenly "Omm I bloke "If or av.ss'z's.r * St nUitU,fc rri^''''"I'd Ste a stopping before !t liu^. )lo^d st&Frr-tts live yours aid, ttas iii tU° S'"' JWI lilsie wusTrsfc /-ill' <lo'-"F "'el1- Wijen | a» lit Lit tL H0U,iia"1 uould ""> Sirs i'iitto IihJ '° J<ist tWo "'"Uti'Si «■«?&!* %pux :a." )■«»«&; ™ «•*"■ 'Wot. it dooiii!t," «usijcjod the t'irl *11 receive; tcu dollars., ,110)1h W| „ f H>» to toacl, „cxt ,J, V'nl hJ i'v'S, Tolt, ATra ■Platte ' if I m,em"8 1 ><^<o ...

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THE UNDULY SENSITIVE WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 30 September 1914

THE UNDULY SENSITIVE . WOMAN. To put this into another form, "Do not he sensitive to the judgements and criticisms of your follows." How sen sitive some women are! Thoy ovon angle to discover what their friends and acquaintances think and .say of them. They «re restloss and uncom fortable till they learn.. If it is fav orable, they are unduly elated. If it is unfavorable, they are miserable, dis appointed, angry. Have you never known the woman who always says to Iter friends, especially now ones. •'Tell ine. deaf, what do you really think of me?'5 '\\<>w, apart from the lack of to'l respect such a demand evidences, it is a woeful confession of silly woak'uc&> betraying a charaetcr devoid,'of self reliance.- Such woraeu are at the inercy of their fellows. They eagerly listen to all that is said, and by-that very eagerness, show all that they think i of the personal chatier, gossip, frivolous uncharitable talk of the cireio in which they move. 'I hey invit...

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THE GERMAN WAR MACHINE. A TERRIBLE INSTRUMENT. SUPPLY OF FOODSTUFFS. DURATION OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

" THE GERWiftfJ WaR MACHINE. A T8aflIBLS INSTRUMENT. SUPPLY 0$ I^OC/DSTLJFFo. DURATION OF WAR. Whatever its faults may have tfsan iri : afituai tscfciya service, gJevyddd irius't ddriiit that, the br.iins and Rll-pr'eyailirfg power w'lich controlled cite Rer mn war machine are something quit3 out of the ordinary. Dr Ar^aard Karl Graves his been giving to the readers of "Collier's Magazine,'' tt leading1 American weekly, an account tff the inside working of this machine. THE FIGHTING FORCE. Tho m33t efficient and elaborate, svstom evor d2Vi39d by the ingenuity of man, lU'-'il not only for war and destruction, but ni an intelligence clearing H>U3C for tl)d whale of the e.npire, 13 the Qerrriarl \Var Machine. Conceived by Cfsrier'dl Stein irl the days of Napoleonic wato, dJuad to and elaborated by successive adniiivstra ti ins, solely under the control of the ruling house, its efficiency and perfect and smooth vrnrlcing are due to the totilTibsdrico of pjliifcal machinations or' pre...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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End of German Empire. A MONK'S PROPHECY FALLS DUE. PRESENT EMPEROR LAST ON THRONE. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

End of German Empire. A MONK'i PROPHECY FALLS DUE. PRESENT EMPEROR LAST ON THRONE. . .M rs. KHa rgleaves forwards the following, prophecy which sh found in a scrap book at Welling ton, :N.Z.';Jiiri909 German Kmpirk Ends. " Five years more and the Ger man Umpire will come to an end So at least says a prophecy made in uie lata century ny a man named Hermann', who died in the monastery of Lecbnin, in Branden burg, where he wrote a work in Latin concerning the future destiny' of Germany, for many centuries. The work is styled the ' Vatiei nhun Lechninse,' and it is in verses after the manner of the Sybilline. books. The monk seems to have foretold the defeat atjena, and the constitution if the Ger manic Confederation in 1815. The prophetic .'Hermann' foretells™ in plain language the downfall of the Hohenzql\ei;p;i dynasty, and Wil liam II. is.destined to be the last of his race to sit oh the Imperial throne. ""\Vv ' '• In lS-1,0 William I;. King"of Prussi ', consulted a celebrated sooth...

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Farmers and Fodder. INCREASE IN PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

Farmers ani Fodder. INCREASE IN PRICES. Farmers who are finding them selves compelled to send starving stick to districts where grass is available are complaining in let ters to Ministers and members of Parliament of the high prices asked.for agistment, and also of the increases in the prices of chaff and hay. Some of the writers suggest that the Price of Goods Board should be authorised to fix minimum rates that could be de manded. On Saturday Mr W. Hutchinson (Minister for Agriculture) ex pressed the hope that people who had grazing areas to let would quote reasonable rates. When the maximum price of wheat had been fixed, farmers thought that some thing should be done for them. It was difficult to extend the functions of the Price of Foods Board without creating difficul ties. Ail extension in one direc tion might be used as justification for extension in another. Some members of Parliament have suggested that the Price of Goods Board might also be crea ted a Royal Commission, so ...

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Can we Fray for Rain? [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

Can \v\) Fray for Bain ? Dr. Lyman Abbott, a noted New York preacher, in t'ne "Oat look" ang.vers letters "from un known friends'* on all Sorts of subjects. Jrlere is what he says of prayer for rain : — "Will Gad send rain in direct answer to prayer, or did lie in the beginning construct every thing On a nfttiiral. law that is fixed and unchangeable 1" "There is no more reason to doubt the ability of God to direct the course ot winds and rain than there is to doubt the ability of man to direct the course of rivers or the currents of electricity. It is, indeed, quite conceivable that the time may dome when man will himself be able to direct to some extent the course of storms and the accumulation and disper sal of moisture in the form of dew or rain. Whether God does sand rain in answer to prayer is a simple question of fact on which I anl not prepared to be dogmatic. I can see no reason why I may not legitimately ask God for rain, provided my request is accom panied with a sincere r...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Boort Police Court. Tuesday, 29th September. (Before Messrs. J. T. Pennefather, P.M., G. Bertoli and E. Weaver, J.P.) I[?]ITION. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

BoDrt Police Court. Tuesday','.29th S:!p[e!i!ij'ef; (1'iefore Messrs,'J. ■ T. Peutiefathef:, P.M., O. Bertuli and K. Weaver, j;im . . ;r . '.v: QpdJeii. \V:is ctidfged on - watfiinl/dj^-f cl;dfg£ of %h taming jClh^mmiS ot hihS veYb'-U representation from Peter Balsaf Mi: farmer/Lake^Iarmal, on tbe 14th | •Bepefflhjr last. The warrant was j issued at boon in January last, and rictiJSsd.rf.-trf rffresfod on another charge 111 Too'ra,- 6 inland,- for waicii he is now undergoing a !&u lence of two years' imprisonment tie was brought before this court j on a gaol order. Accused pleaded guilty. -i.eter Ualsafnil, in evidence stated that o;i the i-lth day of December last the accused, who was employed fey liis tiepiiew, came to his place dud risked hltii ( wit ness for 5,-, for whioh his niphew had ssnt him, as he had no silver in the misc.' ^Witness said he had no silver, but lie iJdd a £\ note which be gave hiin, stating tiiat he again!' / Allien he rsa\v^ lii5^neptietv Jater hef...

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Sheep Dipping Act. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

Slnsp Dipping1 Ac\ Representations have been made to the Minister of Agriculture regarding the inability of sheep owners iti the northern- areas to comply with the provisions of the Sheep Dipping Act, as regards dipping sheep within six weeks of shearing. Thisyear many of the sheop in the drought areas are so poor that it is,.impossible tor them to travel any distance to a dip, and thousands of sheep are being removed immediately on shearing to southsrn.areas for feed. ■.. ^Ir Hutchinson states that all prosecutions for; l'ailtire to dip must be authorised by him, and no action will bo-.taken, under the Sheep. Dipping Act that will ba harassing to sheep owners who, on account.of the drought, are so circumstanced, as to bo unable to comply with the dipping pro visions. The olfiesrs ad'mtnUter ing -the Act" have - beennotified I that their action under-prevailing I 'Conditions in the; nortn is-to be | cORaidaraia in all ca«js»" • •• !

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The Water Famine. CHANNEL CONSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

| * "-The Water Famine. CHANNEL CONSTRUCTION. 'f'hough a fclrtriigrit iids eidpSaii sinei the work of channel''con striction to crnnec? with the Long L'iko water system -was begun, but four miles'have" been taken out. It will be remembered ■jWafc.-r St?pp!y Depart ment had, agreed {o construct ■ three miles at a co?t" of aid per cubic yard, equal to .£223 S)s SJ'd," - " while loca) residents agreed to do the other four and three-quarter . miles free of charge, tho Water Commission thereby to fill the , to-.vnship reservoir gratis, Owners of teams came forward with Vojuntal'y assistance. save for the Price .dtliorsef.ejdi and men were engaged at 6/- £t day to help. ,-1'He local committed . obtained -iiUtllority to carry out the whole of the'work, thinking there was . a possibility of saving something over and above from the Govern : ment cheque. But the fortnight's operations conclusively proved .1,-otherwise. As mitters p:inr.e:l ^7-out, the work was costing more than the Government...

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Wycheproof. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

Wycheprocf. On Sunday morning the water now running down the Avcca was .diverted into the Wycheproof channel. It should reach Wyche proof next day, but will not be used to any great extent. At Tuesday's meeting of the Shire Council the Secretary informed Cr Milburn that the water would be brought to Wycheproof where those requiring it could -obtain a supply. It was suitable only for fire extinguishing purposes and flushing. .Arrangements will probably be made to bring w'ater by train from Kaneira for house and domestic requirements. On the motion of Crs Milburn and AlacKenzie it was decided to request the Water Commission to water to Wycheprjof by rail. Shearing was completed at the -Glenloth s' e's on Wednesday, and altogether about 17,COO sheep on Mackie's estate resulted in close on 300 bales of wool being obtained. Thesaaro to be stored until the market favors the sellers. At Mr Peters' shed about 10,000 sheep went through the shearers' hands, and a heavy return in wool was repo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

NURSE MAXTED, DIPLOMA, LONDON, OO YEARS' Hospital Experiences, » V treats all diseases in both men and women, no matter how long stand ins:. Sufferers, avoid operations; con sult mo without delay. Delay is dan Kcrous to your complaint. Destitute cases treated free of charge. Has also Piivatc Home for Midwifery. Patients before, after, and during accouchement. Hoard Moderate— Fees £3 3s. Doctors in attendance. Strictly private. Country trains met if advised. Stamp envelope for reply. "Charlton," Burgess St., ~ AUBURN, MELBOURNE. 'Phone, 1242, Hawthorn. Bcncligo's Premier CATERER. W. H S E E D, 300 Hargreaves Street. Supplies forwarded for all Northern District functions—Balls, picnics, wed dings, cl'.wch and school fetes. "FAMOtrS TOR OCR BRIDE CAKES Visit Reed's Tea Rooms when in Ren digo. LALBERT James Woods, PRACTICAL BOOTMAKER, STOCKS all kinds of Ladies', Gcnt.'s? and Childrens' Footwcv:. Supplies all wants Makes to all measures. Prompt Repairing. You don't liave to pare ycur fo...

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Mechanics' Institute. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

Mechanics' Instituts. MONTHLY MEETING. There were present at the usual monthlymeeting of the Qaamba took Mechanics' Institute com ,mittee last eyeriinff Messrs. J. C Whitehead - fPreslflent), Donaln Williamson,5 Dan Keating, A. E. Adamthwaite, Alex. Rogers and S. Cameron. An apology for un avoidable non-attendance was re ceived from Mr John Coughlan. On the motion of Messrs Adam thwaite and Rogers, the secretary was instructed to have wire net ting placed round the trees re cently planted in the grdunds of the Institute. It was resolved, on the motion of Messrs Cameron and Keating, that Mr Frank Maxwell, of the ICerang nursery, be asked to for ward on some more young tree? to i*eplace those which had been destroyed by rabbits. Mr Cameron moved and Mr Rogers seconded—"That Dr. A. IBurke;GalTney, Mr M. Coughlin and the secretary (Mr J., Fradd) be appointed a committee to pur chase hew- books for the library. On the motion of Messrs. S. "Cameron and Adamthwaite, ac counts amounting to ...

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Cohuna. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

Gohurta< Local farmers and settlers con tinue to receive templing offei\s from Riverina graziers for six months' leases of their luesrne and grass packlocks, and several of the smaller men have disposed of their properties at moderately good prices. The most important negotiation, so far, <n the Cohuna district is in respect of Messrs. Tumour Bros.' farm. It is un derstood that they have refused £2500 for a six months' lease of 250 acres of lucerne, the sum asked being £3000, a condition being, it is further understood, that the lessee shall cut and feed, and not graze. The larger dairy men here prefer to hold o.i to their supplies of fodder, believing that it will pay bet'er in the bng run to retain their large and valuable herds rather than sacri fice them at absolutely slump prices, only to buy them back again later at probably phenome nally high rates.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

a ivieivi&efl of thu pisw opera CO. writes of Many members uf the theatrical pro- I ftjj'cift have {cttified ta the health giving | .«Vtns»h-crfM:ii,3 powrrs of* Clements H rente. Th t letter published below in I ? the form of a Ch;mrnts Tar.ic tsftrmcny I V.MJ fv»rri\ ci! fr.>«n Mill Alice M tehe'l. I 1 I a iiirn-bef ol I.! . J. C. Wilhanwon's j . j Now Comic Up-ra C»m*>any, st that 1 •! line a-ipearin^ in Syd.-.cv. Mils > l\\ t.-.hcli, w'-.i k^ep» in the best cf 5 t he Mi, Ji-e-ki as lull >\v>; — 1 Theatre Royal, Sytlaey, ) 5il: Jyas, 1911. i CLEMENTS TOXIC LTD., 1 " After taking ynr (oaic for I ro~; ccniideraUe i ia • during an ! esk'Kle]. lour of the Coxmon ; wctitii r.uH Lew Zealand, I find • siyscli ia perfect fccaltli, and strongly rtcoaimend Clements Toii'o to anyone run dcv.'a or c;-'nj fron over-taxation oi ; the nsrves. ' I fiho find it keeps i the sieging voice clear and strong, i Yours faithfully, j : . ALICE MITCHELL." i The ncoicine lliat jivci ...

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Cost of the War. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

Cost of the War. An article in the Paris Figaro, • • summing up the opinions of lead ing German experts as to the'cost ■ of the war, states that they esti mated the expenditure by Ger - many during the first six weeks to the first decisive bittlc to be £60.000,000. This was met by - taking credits voted for great public works. A'further sum of £60,000,000 ' . was in war chests at Spandau, where the German gold reserves are kept, and this, with the vote of £200,000,00'J by the Reichstag, would then give enough to carry on the war for a year. The daily expenses of the three millioi men mobilised was £900,000, or, per year, £323,480 000. French economists, however, believe .this cost to be 10 francs foreach nnndaily, which amounts to £ U0,000.000 a year. , It is pointed out, moreover, that ■ - Germany will be compelled to call up a total of 6,000,000 men be . for*? the war is over.

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DISTRICT RAINFALL. SOME INTERESTING FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

DISTRICT RAINFALL; SOME INL'ERSJTINCJ FiGUItEi At tli'u dry stujo we give b> lo'.v fchfi lot;iiuf each year's r<»in £111 frdri' 12# td +<1f)3, .Kj« first sjvcn' years alluded to bein£ fe corded at Murray Downs station ; those front 1876 to 1900,' .were, taken at the Korang' Shire-IIall gaupra. In this connection, we Woiilcj de6ip(it'a farpr if any of our o\J resJiiantS; kejit a rain record, would oblige (is with a copy of sann for insertion in fjture issues. The figures sup plied us are as follow :— Year. ln.-1i:s. 1850 11.38 187) ... ... 27.23 1871 19 57 1«$' .« ... 17 44 iSfJ ..: 21. (fJ 1374 .;•• ..: 2i.'?J 187.5 ....■ 13.21 187.5 ... 9 30 IStl 12 01 187o ..: .13:47 1373 ... ... 13.80 188) ... ... 15.15 1831 ... 8 50 1832 12 05 13S3 . 12 25 . ~ <tl8M .0..." 8 90*,.., ,, 1335 <' 1335 13 73 - JS37 ... v 23,-1'i: ■ 1333 ... . 10.(15 1839 ... 19.53 ■ . 18 70 1391 17.45 lg)2 .... ..; 14. dl 1393 ..; 12 19 J $94 .„ 23.13 1893 9.53 1S3G ..:...

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Weekly Market Report. GRAIN DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

Weekly Market Report. GRAIN DEPARTMENT. The Gippsland and Northern Co operative belling Coy., Ltd. report last week end prices as under :— Wheat.—The Commission has now fixed the price of this at 4 9. Oats.—lhese are much better, and 3 1A is obtainable for prime milling; feed, 2/11 to 3/. Barley. — Prices all rounJ have ad vanced, as stoc'is are becoming exhaus ted. English is s lling; from 8 to 4 '3, and Cape from J /11 to 3 Maize. —Deliwri.'.s this week have been much lighter, and there is rather a better feeling. Prime Flat Red is worth 3/10t, occasionally 8.11. Chaff.—Choice mten is selling at £5 17.ti to .SO; medium down to £5 ICv. Onions.- -These are much firmer as deliveries have been lighter, and £11 is now being asked for prime lines. Potatoes.—These, are rather easier, and prime Carmans are now worth £o 5 to £o 10, ; Snowflakes, i'4 15 to £5. Higher prices can be obtained for the latter if they will pass for Western Australia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

'Ware Snakes. The unprecedento l weather has roused activity, into snakes earlier than usual this season, and those who travel abroad should keep th.eir eyes open for tho reptiles. One dny hutwe 3k Messrs. J. ; Anderson and Gingham;-:while at work on th3 railway lint', gave tho quietus to two of the brorn , - species, each nio.isurin£ bst cji five and six feef. Loavo yo-jr order* at -the "Times'" for -your-Invitation Cards. AIambers' Ticket*, -i»- ■

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