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Sea Lake. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

Sea Lake. If in August the Government meteorologist had been able to foretell a dry Ssptember, there is hardly a single 'individual who would not have predicted total crop failures throughout northern Victoria. ' - llovrever,- . September : has come and gone;and 'so have "the rain clouds, but yet many of the when.t crops on .well.fallowed areas in the mallee give promise of a harvest. Certainly, in the absence of good rains,: the yields will be light, but the fact that fi-nns in the mallee continue to hold out against the lovves'; rain fall on recor.i is an . indicition of what scientific farming is going: to do for the malice in the near future. Unfortunately, for vari ous and obvious reasons, the men in the new country are not in a position to fallow their, land or to adopt the rotation system^ But, happily, the day ia not far distant when they, too, will b6 able to come into line with those in.the older settled parts of the mallee. Sto;k owners in the north have been experiencing...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

Syelinjj and Motor Notes. MVrt-'fcnfrAjii Australian rn:ul racing eyi:'.i*ts in Mes'rJ'*? lAr.? Kirkhdm, f. 15. .Munro, C Nnell and <». ffelf i*rrived lim-k in Melbourne from France wee!; end by U?c iJeltana. All Art» wvll /u/f gl«vf f«> got f/tf'ft to Australia again. Mcnsr* IVr ojty mid tictefty two other member* of this llMrfr of vhlerj, wj)t» t?v»t homo under tin* uudpi&V of the Dunlop J{ih>ber Co.. haw erossed to A"Vrrca to. lake part in tlu* tr.ek racing theftt Ki'kham und Munro l»oth rode well in man}' c* U12 long distance tenrojK'rtn rond event*. bil£ 4|>e» di.Trrent ''on'htiom thatnpply to roul raring tm ih" Cwjf/ilgf>£ »ew*»it«'ited their ndojJih^r nt totrflifr' dlffrrCHt ntyl*j of riding, which niutfnflf* meant a hfg handicap when pitted against '»ft' v?orld's best rider*. However, they did wefl under the con ditions lo earn tliU Jtesi-w ot lr/th the ! Kieiu.h and English cycling /Tev*, mid the (•'hidifitor C'jmpruiv. whose fcfiev ■ rode, -w...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

D5STR3CT NEWS. Mr Percy Manuel, of Sand Hill J-ake. commenced cut ing hay on h3=!.xtfritf orlfuesda? (if last \Veek, The crop, whlcli- is Catfe o':U3: i3 short but fairly thick. Tlrs is evidence of the marvellous fer tility of the mallee soil and its drou,jht:re3istin_; qualities. .'This crop was .grown'" onr.fallb-.ved £r'di'rtci; ;W<!ll .■•vyerksdi .. .. "While Mr V. MdMdr; df Nor manville, was putting a. young p.iare into a gig- at his home on Monday of'last week .the animal took 'fright-'and tried to break away. lie,, however, grasped the reins and held on till.the terrified animal got beyond control, and, in tearing away, a joint of the l-gins rail thi'ough Mr lylahar-s ■haiidj sev'ei'ely lacerating iti The mare bolted ddwn the paddodkj and.-stfikirigp jisst, cipgi^ed the vehicle, WhicH tufnecl cia.iri cfvrr and came on to its wheels again. The terrified animal then bolted away again, arid, colliding with another post, the shaft was bro ken, freeing the beisi, which ...

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

i-'mm a a. Stock and Station Agents. MELBOURNE OFFICE, 46S Collins Street. BRANCHES : Quambatook, Boort. Charlton, Wych proof, Kcrang, Swan llill, and Bnlham (N.S.W.) Auctioneer' Notice. ED. TRENCHARD & 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 tracking yards, upon whicli they are erecting Good and Convenient Yards in which they will hold regular Stock Sales. , They will be 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, Quambatook Representative. QUAMBATOOK STOCK SALE. Thursday, Oct. 8. Edward trenchard & co. win hold their usual Stock Sale in their new yards as above, when they will yard f Sheep, Cattle, Horses, &c. Special Entries for Next Stock Sale. "Further Entries Invited. EDWARD TRENCHARD & Co. Quambatook. Lalbe...

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

. ' • .,' QUA.M3ATOO K. to-notify tiics K.l>}ie of Quarab&took,ari«l district that .they. ess 01' ivlr 13. -Gostu, arid hops .to Have havo-purchascii -the .rsiii -a .continuance of the support accorded hiuu GUAKANTEE C USX02!ERS THAT' IT is ■: A Bio ALLOWAK&S UiCE Q FHUIT DY 7SE CASE F6R i/lnt|IA!i!NS, SUlVllVsuFJ DKJM5CS AiiD CQKOSAkS' OF'-ALL.' K3MDS. Lemon StiiM-.ih -Ji H O'i-Pi-33, Toa'or CoirFeo. DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS. ALL CONFECTIONERY WILL BE KEPT INSIDE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ORDERS / 'TAKEN • . ' for Large and Small Quantities in cvciy lin-?. Give tlio FEDERAL OAFS a (vial and you will have, ever}*' civility and attention. Modi'inUvRiiecs for everything.' TBH' BEST TEl.\T WOtiEY- CftN GUY. • ""'0IGGER. sMnB TOMATO SAUGE. GAMMED FRUITS. JAMS. • 55 '-C?23IST"0?3' KA.'IWG "DiQG-ER DS»V;D.« . E. kYAM* Bl&cksrc':/*v/in* Bio C' 31-k. l-icrcec Ca.rcfv:r" C!-""1. ■> o.v.-l r.I?x'? •' BUGC-IES, cr-.. EL " : 1 Farsi?■Wf"* ;..s r. -Ir/x. t t-. . _ > ...

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Sacred Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

Sacred Concert. o In connection with the local I.O.R. Anniversary, a sacred con cert was given in the Mechanics' Hall on Sunday evening. There was a'good attendance and a fair collection was taken up in aid of the funds of the new Rechabito building-. Bro. Geo. Gross, P.C.R., presided and, during the course of the proceedings, delivered a Klin-ins: and courageous address, giving sonic home truLhs anent the liquor trallic. Mrs Berrett gave an or^an recital, and the programme comprised Song Alan of Sorrows - Mr A. Coulson : song lie wipes a Teat—Miss Roberts; ; song- De Profundi*— Mr G. Douglas; 0, Rest in the Lord—Miss Nellie Harvey ; song --Star of Ik-thlohem—Mr Ratf. Temperance songs were also in terspersed with the foregoing. A grand concert and supper is announced for this overling,

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THE Quambatook Times. OUR MOTTO: "Truth is great, and will prevail." WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1914 Local and General News. The South Scores. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 7 October 1914

OUR MOTTO : " Truth is gnat, and will prevail? WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7,1911 Local and Osnaral News. The South Scores. On Friday morning a long array of horse trucks was attached to the passenger train containing valuable animals being sentsouth in search of grass. Messrs Leitch Bros, and Nalder forwarded 40 from Ultima to Warragul, where they have rented grazing land for six months at 30/- per acre There were 90 from Lalbert, owned by Messrs Bennett and Bailey, who had leased paddocks at Bena (South Gippsland), also for six months, at £1 an acre. Bcort Show. The annual show in connection with the Boort Agricultural So ciety will take place to-morrow. Notwithstanding the adverse con ditions on accountof the drought, the entries have come in well, and there will be a good display in the various classes. Things of Beauty. Recently Mr Prank Maxwell, Kerang's curator, was invited to Quambatook to plant trees and shrubs in our Mechanics' Institute grounds. Who has not seen, that lovely avenu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 14 October 1914

WOOL WAREHOUSES, 673 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. OOLan^gRAIN AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, 8KINS. TALLOW AND GRAIN " WEEKLY. ;• :? - 'LIbSrAI, CASH ADVANCES-.9N THE ENSUING CLlP.'.jM? WOOL "3-1 «p -.p-or Sale In Melbourne or Shipment to IjondoD. "The Company act Strictly as .Selling; Brokers. ADVANCES Ois GRAIN. wMMOBAB'SiaBecoaoB'ScsaaizosoaseBsnooss^siatsatisieiiABOioo I IF ¥00 KNEW 1 ® the dlffrrrrvrc B^echam's P*<U u make ^ biljou.inc*j, constipation, deprrivion of npirits, f'-tiui *j| dutreusing diior^ersconfciiurnt upon *omuGcra;..sc.fpoi a you would ncvsr* be without the: if you* an? j\ sufferer from ® re, n;n cinch© and other u tofUiudigestiveorg&ns, J* & THE y«L0£ Q¥ W tfix# • xc«v<ont preparation is ait-sted by counihM< ti 4Q in eT»jr>' quarter of the globe. After aevencyycm.- 1 » J are sti.l on the increase! Truhy a wonderful r-*o 4$ which has reached the hi^he^t pinnacle of po: of men and 1 •] service their »nl© ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 14 October 1914

THE PRESENT HEAD. It is curious that there is ;i gre: t similarity between the late Moltke ai d Heeringen. They have the Enmc aquiline features, tall, thin, dried-up boJy, the same taciturn disposition, even to their hobbies—Moltke being an incessant chess player. Hjuringen using every one of his spare moments t> play with lead soldiers. He is re puted to have an fumy of 30,150 N-ad soldiers wilh which h' plays the moment For Job Printing we leal the way. Give us a call. .For Job Printing leave your orders at the " Times" Office., 1 For job printing, try The Tiiir Office before sending e|> pfi u« rt!, ' THE EMPORIUM OPPOSITE TIIE CEANE. T. C. REDGEN, Trading in this district 29 Years. stilfishtJ at Nil/ nick 1884, aal cngii . took fir lift lt:t Eighteen Monttn. Invites ail his Old ond.K^v Frteads to ve h\m a s'%area.' tSsi/ What I have, or eau prove will sell YOU at prices noi c > be beaten, (in some cttaes 11 o equalled.) Marques on Hire. Suitable for Weddings Sports, Etc....

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 14 October 1914

Mail Notices. Mails despatched from the Quambatook Post Offices for the following towns, close as under : Melbourne, Bendigo. Korong Vale, and Boort at 10.25 a.m., on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday ; alsoS p.m. on Saturdays. Ultima, Lalbert, Cannie, 6 p.m. daily. Quambatook South, 6.55 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Fri day. Budgerum, West 11.30 a.m. on Tuesday. Quambatook South, 5 p.m on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Mails are received from the fol lowing places as under :— Melbourne, Bendigo, Korong Vale, and Boort, 6.35 p.m. daily. Ultima, Lalbert and Cannie, 9 a.m. on Mondays; 10.35 on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 14 October 1914

GENERAL. Onions.—These are firmer, and £11 Jis is being obtained for prime samples. Potatoes.—Choice samples are rather scarce and there is consequently a bet ter enquiry. Carmans are realising £5, and choice Snowflake3 £410a to £5. Medium a id inferior samples are diffi cult to clear at prices down to 40/. Butter.—The market advanced this week }d psr lb., choices*, realising 1/ ; choice, llid to lljd ; gojd to prime, lid to lljd"; separators, 10J to lid. Cheese.—Prime new l.iaf and me diums are worth 61, just occasionally id higher; semi-matured 8 J ; matured a shade firmer at lOd to 10Jd. E^s.—Receipts are fiiirly heavy, and the market came back to 9J to 9Jd for ordinory and private lines, and Jd higher for ext a rpecials. Duck eggs, 9}ii. Bacon.—Good demand. Light Side, lOd to lOJd ; medium wuigets, 9£d ; heavies, 8Jd ; middles, lid ; jackets, 9d toiWd. Lard.—The market is firm. Bulk, 7Jd ; packets, 7Jd.

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Rechabite Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 14 October 1914

Rcchabltc Hall. In addition to a.donation of £5 towards the new local Re ihabite Hall, MrJ.B. .Mann supplemented same with a further £2 after the recent concert. W.th tho latter sum. the entertainment will short* a clean profit of £10. Mallcc Parrots. In our advertising columns Mr Gillespie Douglas announces that he is open to purchase young birds of each spccies of Mallee parrots,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 14 October 1914

" Cheap money," said the businessman "Cheap food," ths labourer said ; " Cheap beer," sung out old Dusty Dan, What matters, beef or breaH ?* " That's very well," observed th sage, But you'll agree, I'm sure, Cheap health is gained from youth to age With WooJs' Great Peppermint Cure. 33 YEARS IN THE MELBOURNE TRAMWAY SERVICE. A CLEMENTS TONIC LETTER. Many Officials in the Melbourne Tram way Service can.Confirm This Testi mony, which all Victorian Railway Service Men should Read. In certain periods of the year the weak-chested man or woman goes down to influenza and other chest ailments. They cannot be too careful. Here i3 an instance where influenza was followed by pleurisy, but this great medicine, as usual, worked wonders in restoring health. Read this letter (written from 42 Bladen-street, East Brunswick, Mel bourne, 2/4/'12) CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "The end of December 1911,1 caught cold, and was laid up with pleurisy, which became serious. Two doctors attended me ; for three days my...

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A Charge that Failed. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 14 October 1914

A Charge that Failed. At the Inglewood County Court on Thursday, Judge Johnston presiding, Mary A. Doran, resi ding near Wedderburn, sought to recover £6 10s from Oliver and Achi.Ies Gray, land owners, for the loss of 13 turkeys, valued at 10 each. It was allegei the tur keys died from eating phosphor ised wheat scattered on the main road by a distributing cart driven by one of defendants' men. The man in charge of the cart deposed that, before the cart was removed from one of defendants' paddocks to another, all the wheat was removed from it, and it was ab suluteiy impossible for the wheat to have fallen from the cart he drove along the road. Plaintiff's evidence was that the turkeys had died within half an-hour of eating the wheat. The evidence of Rabbjf Inspec tor A. J. Fecombe, however, was that phosphorus was a slow poison and he could not accept the state ment of plainliil' as to the time in which the turkeys died as being consistent with phosphorus pois oning. 'Plaintiff was ...

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Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 14 October 1914

16$e9n<j and Motor Notes. [Ely UT Spei'lul Correspondent.] For years motorists in England have suffered at the hands of the police on account of traps, alleged noise and othyr charged. To-day, side by side, drinking ill thn Piime'bar, feeding at tlld name tftbk'i motorist* and police are "all diit1' for their' Country's wel fare. There is not a tf*p on the road now. The black list I) dead, afid the cut-out regulation is a name rulHor than a law, and if the war has done no other good in England it has at least served to combine motorists and the authori ties to such an extent that it is highly improbable the old trapping prosecution will ever be renewed. The English War Office has taken over tin1 entire outfit of several of the large motor cycle manufacturers for use with its expeditionary forces on the Continent, and it is evident that the motor cycle is no longer regarded as a luxury, for they have become part, and a valuable part of the business of war. The pay of Engli...

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BOORT SHOW NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 14 October 1914

BOORT SHOW NOTE8. The pure Jersey heifer .CdSnjd III. (owned by Mr Gillespie Douglas) which, a couple of weeks ago, gave the wonderful butter test of G.3, was awarded the Ch?.nipionf prize at the Boort Show. The sfection in which she competed was open to Jerseys and Alderneys of any age. Aa Cosmo III. is only two years old, the honor is all the greater. Mr , Douglas also scored with Prince I. his \rirc Jersey bull, which also competed in the open class, and, though not yet two years old, secured second pric.e. * t * •Last year at the Boort Show Mr J. C. Whitehead, of Quamba took, swept the board with his pure-bred Clydesdale st;i))ion, Premier Ward. Last Thursday, at a similar exhibition at that town, this attractive looking and powerful animal was the cynosure of all eyes, but the judges (Messrs W. T. Adams and J. Galloway) only awarded him second honors. Bold Bar on, owned by Mr H. Jackman, of Tandara (a first prizetaker at last year's Bendigo exhibition^, was given champicta ship...

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The Avoca Channel. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 14 October 1914

The Avoca Ohannal. Last Saturday week is was ascertained that the water flow ing from the Glenloth weir in the Avoca channel had ceased to flow when about 1 mile from Wyche proof. During the week Mr J. Taylor made arrangements with Messrs Fox Bros., of Quambatook, to set up a centrifugal pump. This will be worked by a traction engine, and the 10 inch pump will send a large volume of water along the channel. As the quality of water is bad only a limited amount will bo stored at Wycheproof. The water should reach Wycheproof on Sunday evening,

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Weekly Market Report. GRAIN DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 14 October 1914

Weekly Market Report. GRAIN DEPARTMENT. The Gippsland and Northern Co operative belling Coy.. Ltd. report last week eild jiri-'es as under : — Wheat.—The Commission has now fixed the price of thin at. 4 p. Oats.—These ar-J much firmer, and 3/3 is obtainable for prime milling : feud, 311. Offerings are very light, and it is difficult t > secure supplies. Uarley. — i'rice3 all round have ad vanced, as stocks are becoming exhaus ted. Mnglish is selling from 3/iJ to 4/3, and Capii from 3/1 to 3/3. Maizf.- Dalivorie3 this week have been much lighter, and there is rather a better feeling. Prime l'lat Ked is worth 3/11J t j ij. ChafT.—Choice Oaten is selling at £6 5s ; prime £t5, and mjdiu.n down to £5 10s.

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 14 October 1914

SPORTING) NOTES. Caulfield Cup on Saturday. I fail to see what is going to beat Anna Carlovna. For the Big event of the year, I think Ulva's Isle holds a mortgage. The Fisheries and Game de partment proposes to have no open season for wild duck during 1915 : the seasons for 1916 and 1917 to be approximately the same as for this year; and 1918 to be again closed absolutely, and so on, every third year.being an absolute close season. It is also proposed to open the season for quail on April 1st in each year, instead of March 1st, as at present; to prohibit the selling or exposing for sale of wild duck and ^uail; to fix the maximum number of wild duck and quail which any person may kill or destroy on any one day at 30 in each case. The department also intends to place snipe on the pro tected list for the whole year.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 14 October 1914

,X/M I A WELL-KNOWN JUSTICE OF TH ' PEACE AJLL-J&ii 1^ 1 MR. UA^NRrT, ■ »e,l.lr«.wn Att«7»li.n u I a J %'ire I l.r »< "t>i '^.!» . MeU-m.-h. x. • •• i - i«* " " i% . bj ti •> »-i.i «*r 4 •< its -v«i ii to I«,p-rl tint fuc:t« his ti «J». (*. •!« i ut ;. *> J • w 9 is. ILESE'.'TS TO* 10 LT\ ■' n iastif-1 a, to t.So p.'uo ot vLC-^S 'O.'i.C, I do so in the bo;:8 !' at olh •'« way ms *o ra :nu:h t 1 otMIik- mioiait-.e through !!;c u .s of a ->s S Ir.vi "I v.;;." ra ! f:':..".: I it' C a' (i laokei: r.i.i ■ i -.::r . ;• . an. Ky ooR!;;b'nl •. & v. . u s in land t..o■ a: .-ussf.d with. a-.i! tl o,-;.;a. lb-: . niMtcl:n i,ivs-;i'. r-i i .::e!o< •* i was r f »!«; o -5 a CLE T.\; $■ ' V asUisKSimcnt i! i i !; » c?ns:lt Jtion aii'iHwS its w» n..> conJ.lion, my n ,-v.s lit;: o natural!; si;••:•«}, \i ti t'.:t . • culi.;r to iivcr w " t ur-! o: • and to cw a vvc.-l K •••'; n 1- t... i som " rc't a; "L'icswar;, i h;:vc!'r.U ? onlo«. ...

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