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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 March 1914

TENNIS. The match between Quamba took and Quambatook South clubs played on the former's cou.'t on the 21sfc ult-, resulted in a win tot QuambatOok by 2 games. The following are thd "scores! — Shaw and Hodge lost to Holt and Schlitz, 4-G. Dunstan and Gearing beat W. Doyle and Corrigan, £-5. Misses Davey and Johnson lost to Misses Schlitz and Holt, 5-6. Shaw and Hodge beat Doyle and Gorrigan, 6-0. Gearing and Dunstan lost to Hoit and Schlitz, 2-d. Miss Johnson and Dunstan b'§at Miss Holt and Doyle. 6-3. Miss Davey and Hodge lost to Miss and Leo. Schiitz, 5-6. Totals.—Quimbatook, 34 games; Quambatook South, 32. The Quambatook South team visited Cannie on Saturday, this match being the beginning of the third round. The visitors forfeited the match to Cannie through being unalle to get their team together. The sets play£d resulted as below, the names of Cannie players appearing first in each instance, Scores were as follows i—* Furey and Robbins beat Hol land and Holt, 6-2. Misses Bobbin...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Orange Blossome. GADSDEN—HARKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 March 1914

Orange Blossoms. OADSDElN—HARKIN. A very pretty wedding was celebrated on Tuesday morning of last week at the Church of S.s. Peter and Paul, Quambatook, the contracting parties being Mr Ernest James Gadsden and Miss Gerrard Harkin, both of Quambatook district. The cele brant was Rev. Father Waldron 1 e .vly-r ppointed here A crowd of friends assembled in the sacred edifice at 8 a.m., and many were the good wishes expressed after the nuptial knot had been tied. The bride was fashioned in ivory satin charmeuse, trimmed with silk point lace, and also wore the orthodox veil and orange blossom. The bride was given away by her father, and the best man was Mr Jack Gadsden. The brides maids were the Misses Harkin and May Rockland, sister and cousin of the bride respectively. The former was gowned in a light blue silk embroidered with voile, trimmed with spangled in sertion, the whole being set off with a a tasteful Leghorn hat. Miss Rockland was in white silk and muslin, with a dainty trim ...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 March 1914

Wedderburn Eaces. Annual Meeting, j Wednesday, Miu'sia 25. President, I>r Rind«r i Vltt-froidenU K. Uaivlay diul J: £;'ll 1 Jtidgo. -J. K. Urav ; Patrons, iron. Tiiu3. L-:lng(ly:], 0. T. Wills, \V. Turnlmll, A. >.ray and Patjr.-on ; Tieasurer, K. II. Hunt: Staiter, U. Wright; Itmdicapiier, U. Moiecroft; Cleric of Course, \V. I.ang. Weighers, \V. B. Smi.h ami Vcssev : timekeeper, .1. C. liitehie ; Saddlc-Clo'th Steward,- .1. Prettv; Stewards, G. '1'. .Smith, J. Wilson, il. C iuk, J. M'Hurls, P. .1. Nooaaii, A. i). White and W. Burge; Hon. Surgeon, D.-i;. U.Tavlor. Programme: Trial Handicap. To Start at 2 p.m. JJO. .Second horse L2 out of irli:Uc. .Six furlongs. I'oi horse.s that have never won over MO. Entrance 10*. Ladies' Bracelet Handicap Trot. To fctart at 2.30. L12. .Second horse, L2 out of stake. 11 miles. Weights: .Saddle, list. lOllja; harness, 10*t iOlbs. All horses to he 'nominated by la«Hes. Scratch horses handicapped on 3 minuter basi*. Entrance 12s. {Wv^ivwiM Wedde...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 March 1914

Gyc.Uiig atW Motor Notes. J; By, Our Special Corespondent, j1 wJVr wore recorded; last Saturday i.7? ** ngjVr /tdclaide,' in connection with tlie Sp^rt trials organised by the South Austfaf.i& Motor Cycle Club. Halt' a mile was negotiated by W. B. Handall on a 3) ll.p, ••Hurt^o" v^ith full touring equip !ft(?ritoHj Iri 21 1«5 socpwIs, equal to 06 tttileS-dri'llpiit. In the strippfcU machine clrtss;19: J$oMt*r on a h.p* *' Kent" Covered tlie half rrilleJn /J01--5 secohd^ equal to? rt speed Of 68.17 miles tiri NoHi*. Treses' twtf performances arc the fnSleSfc yefc recorded in Austral ny-but. would not be accepted as rGConl* in Europe; for straightaway speed tests l»ay* to i bVridtletrin both directions, and the mean tlnie ttd*cn; This Is to overcome advantages that nitlj w*i derived from favorable wind, gradient, eft. Jfr was a pitv'this was not done in Adelaide, for tne times recorded are exceptionally good for the power of the machine used. An English motorist, named L. JJar...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 March 1914

SPORTING NOTES. Mr S. Cameron, our local sport, was unlucky at ltoorfc races last week with his trotter, Expecta tion. He finished second in both events. If his name does not belie him, he may recoup him in the near future. Some of our local punters threw in for a win over Wallalo's victory in the Australian Cup.

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Special Horse Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 March 1914

Special Horse Sale. + Messrs. Thomas Morrow and Co., in conjunction with Donald McDonald, of ICerang, held a special horse sale at Quambatook on February 25th. The sale'was not a very successful one. Of 24S horses offered only 48 were sold, prices ranging from £3 to £35, the vendors' ideas of values being altogether too high. Horses were sold von account of Messrs. Shaw, Knight, Mercer, O'Donnell, Gardiner, Livingston, Cottrell, Holt, and others.

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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HEARTLESS PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 March 1914

HEARTLESS PEOPLE. Hoartlossuoss ia of two kind.-,. Tliero is tho hoartlossnoss of tlie person who lias beoomo Calient throuf . his <\v:i fault. Anothor kind of hcartlessnoss is characteristic of a class of people who, us it wero, aro "born so." 'L'hoy aro naturally incapable of feeling any tiling acutoly, and aro strangers t <> deen emotion. lleartlessness is far moro common than soino of us iinagino, for it is not always easy for us to detect. Many heartless people aro good citizens and good friends, frequently possessing qua lities that in a way atone. Thoy may bo just, generous, high-minded and useful, and they nro as a rule, level headed . One variety of heartloss man is very dangerous. It is tho man who at the samo timo that ho is heartless is also a sentimentalist., and without hypociie.v expresses feoling. He can sympathise »itli others to such an extent and in such a pleasing manner that the last thing thoy would guess of him is the truth. At tho mom...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Coroner's Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 March 1914

Coroner's Inquiry. • Tho district coroner, Mr P. Pon nefather, conducted an inquest at' Boort on Thursday touching the deaths of Rjdney Oswald Couttn and Ceorgo AppolbV) when the foi lofring Svidcnci! rtas fjivcti; iJnffloB A. tiiickfflanh; faftibiv of Boort, swo l\ said ho had Viewed the body lying in tho Masonic ILill. Which lie identified as tllat of SydlieV Os\Vilid Cdutts^ filt'nicl'j .of. Bbtfrt: hast saw him nlivc about ;i p 111. on Tuesday. He 'was .then in his usual health. ■ ■ •' John Christie, farm laborer, .•osid-, ing at JBoort-, was employed by de ceased, Sydney Oswald Coutts,about 6 wtek«. nno: Was living with de Ceased at ilis Vcsidi lizo at £)utibai:," Hoort. On Tuesday lift for Boort at 11.30 tun', llr Coutts got out of tlip bn. {Jyi leavinj* hiitl - irt charge. j\Vent into tlio parlo.F lit Clenfetits's llb'tel and sat down iiesi.lo Mr Coutts when George Appolby cam in. Ap pelby asked for a drink, whijh the Imrraan refused, as ho would not pay his debts. He afterwa...

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IS YOUR HAT SHABBY? [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 March 1914

IS YOUR HAT SHABBY? If it is ft vvhito straw that boa be como sunburnt during tlio holidays, try cleaning it with lemon juico and pow dered sulphur. ' Mix tho lemon and sulphur together in a sauoor and apply with a small brush—a penny null brush will do ad mirably. ... „ Hinso tho hat well with lurnu ooIt water, and wipo with n dry clotb. ineu jilaeo in a shady placo to dry thorough yif it is 0110 of tho sailor shapes it should bo plaecd pn a table or board to drv, in ordor to' keop tho brim Unt. This treatment cleans and whitens '"whftfl BtraW b's&utifull?*..

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To Say Farewell TO MR AND MRS DWYER. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 March 1914

To Say Farewell TO Mr AND Mrs DWYER. After the race meeting had concluded, Mr A. Rogers, as one of the conveners, was appointed Chairman in connection with the above. The Chairman said the object of the gathering was to put their , heads and hands together to give a parting shot to Mr W. Dwyfcr. He had been a good solid towns man and a power in connection with all manner of sport. When ever he was offered an honora rium he always handed it back to the club. It was a good op portunity of forming a committee of..all hands that night, but it was for the meeting to decide what would be done. MrT. E. Cullen was appointed hon. sec. to the movement. A motion for the holding of a smoke-night was negatived. Mr Whitehead held that Mr and Mrs-. Dwyer should be ten dered a public farewell and a send-off dance. Mrs Dwyer was always hard to beat in her work at different movements. He would move according to the sentiments he had expressed. Mr S. Cameron seconded. Mr Dwyer had resided 13 years in ...

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SIX CURES FOR SHYNESS [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 March 1914

SIX CURES FOR SHYNESS 1. Remombor that othor pooplo aro protty nearly suro to bo just as sby of you ;ih you uro of tiiom, oven if thoy duu't show it sit all. Try to put thorn at their case, ;ind by the* tiino you hava dono so you will bo quito at aaso your self.. 2. Got firiuly into your mind tho fact that there is no disgrace at all in' being shy, and that you needn't bo a bit shy of admitting that you aro shy. Jinny of tho greatest men and women tho world has over known have been troubled in tho samo ivay all through ' their lives. 3. Don't plan beforohand what you aro going to say or do, for this will only help you to bo nervous and wor ried. Fill your mind with something _ elso till tho greater mument comes, and " then speak or not quito naturally. 4. I{emember that no one is think ing half as much about you as you aro about yourself. Therefore dozens of littlo trifles—an unfortunate word or ? u awkward movement or anything of that kind—will slip past other people quito unnotice...

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THE HOG. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 March 1914

THE HOG. . r all dnuiostio brutes tho hug for sv n ' nes if wor t; ,u all tha bostial o^iaioguo no s easily tho first. For oth crs liu has no regard, has no concern at nil; Urn weaker pigs he pusheb hard, and sends them to tlio wall. Ho gets his legs insido tho trough and sips tho -j/arkluig slop, and t'other hogs must root him off if thoy would got a drop. .. .. 'ii lie's riding in a car, two seats he'll occupy, and smoke a black and rank cigar, while women gasp and cry. In mud holes ho's inclined to doze, when there's no grub about; v a ring is fastened in hL> nose, so ho oan't tunnel out. And whon ho drives abroad by, day, in auto car or sich, all folks, to give him right of way, must drive into the ditch. Oh, whethor ho is in a pen, witli garbage heaps to chow, or in tho busy haunts of men, tho hog'u a hog all through 1 You seo him fight ing lor tho slop amid tho barnyard gloom ; you see him in tho harbor shop, ui public reading-room j you find him in the synagogue and in tho...

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THE LEADING PORT OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 March 1914

the leading porj of the world: The very latest estimates of tho value of tho exports and imports of tlio ten leading ports of tho world show that New York now stands at tlio head of tho list, with an advantage of nearly two hundred million dollars over Lon don. The ".Marino Review" says that New York's total of exports and im ports, now valued at 1,973,981,693 dol lars, lis over five times the amount of caminoreo that was carried on by the ' entire country half a oentury ago. As to tho future, it is declared that the Panama Oaual is bound to streng then tlio lead now secured by this port;; for tho canal will bring Now York 1000 miles nearer to Yokohama than is Liverpool; 2500 miles nearer Sydney; '1000 miles nearer Wellington, New Zealand; and 2574 miles nearer Yul 'paraMor'— tjri'merl-.-inri ~cfnmtjqrg»bomfe ■■ ■ somo 500 miles further removed from the canal than Liverpool, it is evident that the now conditions—the general re arrangement of trade routes—will tend to strengthen the ...

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ADVICE BY A LADY DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 March 1914

ADVICE BY A LADY DOCTOR. "Ono of ffio peculiarities of tho pres ent day," said Dr Mary Scbarliob, lecturing at tho London Institute of rjygieno lately, "is that wo have a perfect determination we will suffer ! no pain wo can possibly avoid, and that wo will bo vory impatient and dis agreeable when pain is inevitable. "Because wo fool liko that,' she ol> sorved, "wo hnvo a tendency to take drugs to roliovo pain. This is not tho spirit which wo havo always hoped is characteristic of the English. This is not tho spirit which enabled Captain Scott to write seven, eight, or nine really cheerful letters as ho watched his companions dio and felt that lie himself must go in an hour or little mora.' Those who wanted to suffer and be strong, sho said, must not take those destructive drugs whoso namos end in "al." Sho named sulplional, veronal, and chloral, with tho warning that nono of theso should bo taken, except under the immediate direolion of tho doctor; and tho doctor ought to protec...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INSPIRATION AND PERSPIRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 11 March 1914

INSPIRATION AND PERSPIRA TION. v. Tho difference between joyiul living and dnulger.v does not consist m> nmeli in tho task to be dono as it does in the condition of mind under which • n labor is performed. Somo pjoplo go through lifo as slaves because i.'icy inn no big conception of the dignity and tho meaning of their work. "others toil as liard, but tliey do it with joy and gladness because in-the doing of tlid task they find tlio expression of their inmost purposes. ' To obtain the rights explosion in a Rasolino engine there must be th > <«i tcob Mdiuixtuto of gasoline and ji;r. S:i 'to'pVt'Mii'tho bcst-kiml of-oit i»»ni.li jj. there must bo a right balance between inspiration and perspiration—between ideals to bo reached, and effort to reach them. Fanners are not excepted from this rule. There arc as many ditfercnt kinds of farmers as thero are kinds of farms.i Somo farmers are infinitely bipgec than their estates; ;uinc are miserably smaller. Somo men farm for ...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER V. HER DEAR NEPHEW. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 11 March 1914

rmmmmm —a—aawiwuwi ii' I Terribly i . I A SEEIAli STORY BY" | V ANNABEL GRAY. s CLLU'XEi: V. HER, DKAH SJiL'llEW. ,1k in list bo coniesscd that it iv/ts ""'til sineerest of unexpressed v isliuu 'or Miss Marchmoiu's (.peedy removal 11 bolter world, that Uulunol plainer took tho 4.15 oxpress from Waterluo this sultry July Jay to pay Jiia respects to his beloved relative. lie wanted money, his health required repose and ohajigo; tho last burlesque blur, at whose shrine ho sedulously worshipped, and whoso iuliucnecs and fascinations had broken up several happy homes, hud told him with the delightful can • dour of lier class, "that ho was getlin' a regular screw." By tho sido of such a creature as Lily Castillo, poor Alioo shono but a6 ft satellite in comparison with a sun 1 livery olio declared ho looked hipped and bored; o»cn tho Court, physician, whom tho Duchoss of Cnpricorno had entreated to diagnose his ease nt her own expenses, hinted that lie had been . K°"ig tlio paco a littlo t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 11 March 1914

F OR CAR. ' |jp8 £190 SINGLE-SEATER, £210 DGUBLE-SEATER. T H E BOORT MOTOR GARAGE One of the biggest and most up-to-date motor garages out of Melbourne. Agents for all the Leading Motor Cars. Cars thoroughly overhauled and repaired. All kinds of Lathe Work. i • Metal bearings re-run. i All orders executed smartly and without delav. Compare our pricesswith others. ^ ' Also compare our workmanship. Straton and Cameron. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, BOORT. Under New Management. THE LEADING HOSTELRY.'IN THE NORTH. The Commercial Tra%-ellers'- Authorised Home. : I Accommodation First-class, and al! Liquors, of the 1 ' Leading Brands." Excellent Stabling for Horses. J. DALGLEISH, Proprietor. WlMilefiilc Only l'KTKKSOX ,v i'('. I'TY. LTD.. J] KLbOl'KXK. "IT" FF V''ILL C0ST ¥0U JUST 1d to MM CATALOGUE u ! "Fos'ster'3 The Jeweller, COLLING WOOD. Mclb. ^ Northern District Printing : Proprietary. Embracing|[the Following.Offices[: Issued Wednesday. (gootl issued Thursday. Ultima & ^t<xv...

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MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 11 March 1914

MAP YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. Concerning some parts of this'exten sive district wews comes but setcjom. This is not entirely our fault ; we have no miraculous power of knowing \jd,at is happening at all the places within our area of circulation. It is the fault of residents in the silent places. Will some man>. or woman take the matter in hand and cause the silencifc to cease. If no one else is doin<* it j for your district will YOU trv on these liijes ? Send account? of public, and social events in your township or neighbour* ! hoed, such as weddin/js. deaths, accid i tints, concerts, spirts, KMheriitas, | matters touching tiiilr.c'. industries, |ic. j Write the names of persons and pi;>j \.s I very distinctly. I ] | Don't bother about grammar or s;>j j inj; ; it's the editoj'j u<n<; to look ajf rv those trifles. The barest skeleton? i» i enough. , Write only on one side of the papd Give information, but let etitu:: tu i aloiu' Writ.; your mono ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 11 March 1914

BOORT CO-OPERATIVE Butter & Ice Coy. Md. uul ICO of vincd by Eairymen ami Ciurried on for the Profit of Dj-irynfien. Xlic Factory is a Buyer i Ho|ii>e So jaratcd Great AJ HICHEST JflAPKEV R^TES The testini: is carried out with G mvnt certified weights and mea 1111 the company pavs for every oui butter fat. Save freight by sending to nearcbt ficlory —— ,'i Empty cans .returned by rctuiii (nun. Support the eo operative factory ^vliich is run purely in tho inteiosta" of the dairymen. v|f. Cheques will be drawn on (^uamljutoolf bank if desired. l'or further information apply to secretary. llio. New Appointment. to ublie "jl/TASON BKOSj beg to annouji JLVJL their many clients and the \ generally tiiat they have scoured th vices of Mr CLAliftrE BEER, \vh act as their repiesetmilivo in tho ]3oort district. Mi' beer will.give the linn's business: his undivided attention anil will be glad to eommuniento with lniyerii and sellors of properties and stock of all des criptions. Addres...

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POSTAL RATES. NEW SCHEDULE DETAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 11 March 1914

POSTAL li 111 >. • . :f '. NEW SCHEDULE DET1II 1 U Tiie new postn!>B rates, which came into force on 1st May, when penny posture will operate throughout tfoa Commonwealth, aro as follows :— Letters, Id per ioz. Letter cards, single, Id each ; reply, Id eucli half. Postcard", single Id ; reply, Id each half. • Printed papers, as prescribed, Jd per 2oza. or part of 2ozs. Books printed outsido Australia, Jd. j per 4ozs. cr pait of 4ozs. j Books printed in Australia, Jd. perl riozs. or part of Sozs. { Magazines, that in to say— I (a) Magazines, reviews, serials, and other similar publications printed and pablisbed in Australia in numbers at intervals not exceeding three months, for 8ozs. or part of 8oza._ (4) Magazines, reviews, serials, and other similar publications (inclnil!•><; newjpapers) printed and published out- , aide Australia in numbers nt intim v.iIh j not exceeding three months, |d. p>-r j <07.b. or part of -tozs. I " Hansard," that is, rep...

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