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Township Property. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 April 1914
Township Property. Priccs of allotments in the township of Quambatook are on " the up-grade. The block opposite this; oiiice failed to reach, the reserve at Mr P. Barnes' sale, and was, therefore, passed in for private negotiation. L.ocr.1 industries. At Mr P. Barr.es' sale on Tues day a share in the Quambatook Grain Shed brought £17. For one allotment in U.e iShcep J}ip "Association £7 10s was received.
BOORT. —A Plucky Rescue.— [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 April 1914
BOORT. —A Plucky Rescue.— A gallant deed of motherly devo- | tion was witnessed l.y a number of thetownspeople of Boort the other day on tbe local railway reserve. Several members of .the Boorfc tennis clvb wore practising on the court, at the back*of the Methodist Church, whilst' a number of spectators were looking 011. Suddenly a cry of alarm was raised, and the eyes of everyone were riveted od the losal rai way sta tion, A pair of fine, upstanding horses, harnessed to a bugay, the properly of Mr R. EL. Linyon. had bpen tied up in close pioximity to the station. Startled by-the approach of an engine, they managed to break loose, and galloped down the railway reserve towards the turnstile near the tennis court. No one appeared to be in danger at first, hut the youngest child of Mr and Mrs'R. J. \Vingiield, whom everyone knows as "Bunny," had strayed from tbe ten nis court and was playing some yards inside the railway reserve. Being a very little fellow, and at the other side of a t...
THOUGHTS OUT OF THE ORDINARY [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 April 1914
THOUGHTS OUT OF THE ORDINARY l'luck wins—it always wins, though &lt;lay.> bo slow Ami nights b.' dark 'lirixt days thai) com. iiiiil go, Still pluck tt-uw-U'fc average m sum, llo gains tin' prize who can most endure. Who faces v.hu norer shirks, Vaiis, waiuiii..-, — sd.'J always works. The world about lior loanul toward* lior UK ilowoj'.i iO iil'J Mill, as Jill huuris by inkblot lean out to beamy. — Dr. Frank Cram.. \\'&lt;: only have one Uic to live, pre sumably, and, why .should it not bo a pLasaut otu r" Good manners aro thu source of moro pleasure than good din ners, which is saying much, and thoy eo,-.t iui less. 'J.'lioy bless him that ' gives u nd biui Unit takes, aud makes intercourse of all .sorts more satisfac tory between inuii and man. tt'o may tuko it that a girl's fuilier and mother aro au average oouple, and yet does the girl expect hor lover to 1HIL towards her only as lior father acts to wards lior mother? No I Slio may think lior father a kind an...
Quambatook Races. A HUGE SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 April 1914
Quambatook Races. A HUGE SUCCESS. Dame Fortune in the matter of weather greeted patrons to the annual meeting of the Quamba tooK Racing and Trotting Club, and they foregatheredinnumbers". Cars arrived from far and near by towns, and the crowd made a big endeavor to hold their, own with, the " books." It was pleasing to look on the array of visitors, which is significant that our local annual- gathering has taken hole1. The following are the results:— Brush Hurdle. R. Webb's Caroun . . .. 1 S. Cameron'sSkowerifE .. 2 Mrs N. McCalman's Eulalia.. 3 . Trial Handicap. • E. Gadsden's The Crisis ... 1 A. Mclnnes'Footlass .. 2 J. Bonce's Miss Lascombe .. 3 Open Handicap Trot. J. Proctor's M'Kinney Miss.. 1 H. Cook's Britwood ..2 W. King's Robin Adair .. 3 Quambatooic Handicap., 0. Will's Tinor.ee .. _ .. 1 .Mrs O'Brien's Britwood ' .. 2 'Mrs N. McCalman's Doctor .. 3 Pony Race. M. Nolan's Wee Model .. 1 ' J. Leahy's Nancy Headland.. 2 J. F. Stephen's Gleewin .. 3 . Welter Handicap. E. and P...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 April 1914
NURSE MAXTED, DIPLOMA, LONDON. Oft YEARS' Hospital Experiences, treats all diseases in both men and women, no matter how long stand ing. Sufferers, avoid operations ; con sult mo without delay. Delay is dan gcrous to your complaint. Destitute " eases treated free of char);"'. Ilns also Private Home for Midwifery. Patients before, after, and during accouchement. Board Moderate— Fees £3 8s. Doctors in attendance. Strictly private. Country trains met if advised. Stamp envelope for reply. "Charlton," Burgess St., AUBURN, MELBOURNE. 'Phone, 1242, Hawthorn. Bendigo's Premier C AT ERER. W. H R E E D f 300 Hargreaves Street. Supplies forwarded Tor all Northern District functions—Hulls, picnic?, wed dings, cl.f-.ich and school fetes. PAMOErS TOR OUR BRIDE CAKES Visit Reed's Ten Rooms when in Ben digo. LAT ■J^JfcjJbCJL" James Woods, PRACTICAL BOOTMAKER, QTOCKS all kinds of Ladies', Gent.'s ® and Childrens' Footwear. Stipplies all wants Makes to all measures. Prompt Repairing. You don't have t...
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. CAMERON—KING. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 April 1914
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. CAMERON - KING. At the Presbyterian Church, Quambatook, on 4th March a wedding of interest was celebra ted, the contracting parties being Mr F. Cameron, son of Mr A. Cameron, of Catumnal, and Miss Jessie King, daughter of Mr. John King, of Quambatook. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Jones, of Kerang., and the sacred edifice was crowded to the doors. The bride was gowned in ivory &nbsp; satin, with an overdress of silk lace, trimmed with tulle frilling &nbsp; &nbsp; and orange blossom. The train was trimmed with lace, with true lovers knots and a spray of orange blossom. The customary wreath and veil was worn, and &nbsp; &nbsp; she carried a bouquet of roses and asparagus fern. The brides &nbsp; maids were the Misses N. and C. King (sisters of bride) and Miss M. Williamson. They wore lace dresses over silk, trimmed with frilling and pearls, and caught up at the side with a cream satin bow, and finished with sashes of...
Death of Mr. Norman Gillies. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 April 1914
Death of Mr. Norman Gillies. We have to record the death of of of the early settlers of these northern districts in the person of Mr. N. Gillies, of Boort, which sad event took place on Sunday even ing. The deceased gentleman, who was 78 years of age, has enjoyed good health until recently, when it &nbsp; &nbsp; was seen that he was gradually failing, but no serious results was expected. About a week before his death, however, he was seized with a bad turn, and medical ad &nbsp; vice obtained gave out little hope of recovery, as the system was worn out. He rapidly failed, the cause of his death being senile decay. Mr. Gillies, who was a native of Inverness, Scotland, arrived in Victoria in 1854, while the gold fever was at its height. When the land rush in these parts was at its height nearly 40 years ago Mr. Gillies, with his wife and family, selected a block on the Avoca River, close to the township of Quamba took, and went through all the hardships which t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914
NURSE MAXTED, ' DIPLOMA, LONDON, YEARS' Hospital Experiences, '** treats all diseases in both men and women, no matter how long stand ins. Sufferers, avoid operations ; .con sult lr.e without delay. Delay is dan ■T :--«3 to year complaint.: Destitute •• ■ iriistcci free of charge. so Private Home for Midwifery, r % i:-, before, after, and during • v • dement. Board Moderate— •• i':i 3?. Doctors in attendance, •tl.v private. Country trains met if a vised. 'nrrp envelope for reply. "Charlton," Burgess St., AUBURN, MELBOURNE. .'hone, 1242, Hawthorn. Bendigo's Premier CATERER. W. HlEEO, 300 Hargreavea Street Supplies forwarded for all Northern District functions—Balli, picnic?, wed dings, cfciTch and school fetes. FAiror,i ;cor on it bride cakes Visit Reed's Tea Rooms when in Ben digo. I*AI .BERT llUBM Woods, PULCTICAL BOOTMAKER,, CJTOCU'UI .kl^k of. U'diea1, QMt.'» " ' ao'd ChMroam' Foetvoar. •uppliwaU wants ■ Make* to all measures. Prompt Repairing. Tou don't have to pare your foot to...
ARTIFICIAL MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914
ARTIFICIAL MEAT. According to the I'aris daily journal a Wclgitui scientist, 31. Elf rout, Jia.s succeeded in producing artilicial mcui, mid Ahis is another advance mudo by modern chemistry^ after tliu synthesis ol vegetable ostracts or porfumcB and even liie albumens whioh nre tho base of living substance-. jji. JCifront now uses a remarkable process for indus trial preparation 0/ nitrogeuous . foods ; at a very low price, and tiieso are said j to resemble ordinary meat in a strik- j ing degree. Ho uses diiforont resi- j dues of manufactures which are almost i wortlness, such us brewery or distitlory refuse products, and from theso ho oxtraots a fowl albumen. 'i'ho refuse material is first wasbeJ, then pressed and treated by sulphuric acid and ai torwards l>y limo, being then put I through other operations which aro too [ long to enumerate, ending by filtering and evaporating in vacuo. The result is a pasty extract which has a vory pronounced tasto of meat and has thre&l...
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914
MELBOURNE LETTER i! (J'Yom our Hiiocial CorrospouUoat.) Interesting d-.-tnils 111 connection witt tliy State cutieauou .system are furnish' cd in tliu annual report, of tho Director Dealing with the year 1913, it state) that the number of day behoofs wai 2120, comprising 2031 full-timo and 9c part-time schools. During tho yeai 85 schools woro added to the roll, ancl 01 wero struck off. Of tho 2126 day sohools in operation, not fowor thar 732 aro maintained for an average at tendanco,of 20 pupils or less. Th6 expenditure por pupil in small Echooh is thus very heavy, amounting in some cases to as much as £11 per child fot expenses of instruction alon3. Iieoent legislation has added materially to the cost of these schools, for, in order tc secure teachers for them, it has beer found necessary to increase tho salar ies offored. Women head teachers o' the sixth, or lowest, class aro now re ceiving salaries from £110 minimum tc £130 maximum por annum; aad mer tcaoliors of this class, sala...
Farewell to Mr J. Harris. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914
Farewell to Mr J. Karris. On Tuesday evening, 7th inst., a farewellevening was tendered Mr J. S. Harris by his Quambatook friends. As montimed in a previous issue,. Mr Htr.-is had been in charge of"Ihe Quam batook branch of the firm of Messrs Connelly, Tatchell and Dunlop, and has now gone to serve his firm in another district. Though his residence here extended over" one year only, the size of the gathering and the spirit which pervaded it, gave ample testimony to the place which he won in the hearts of his fellow townsmen. Mr A: E. Adamthwaite, J.P., presi ded, and the first part of the evening was devoted to cards and games, inter spersed with musical items. Among the performers were Miss Roberts and Messrs Raff and Gross, who sang the trio, "Ye Shepherds Tell Me. Solos' were rendered l-y Messrs Raff, Cullen, Gearing and Pidgeon, and a duet, "It was a Lover and his Lass," by Miss Roberts and Mr Raff. By request, a farewell song was given by the guest of the evening, his choice be...
AFRICAN LAME SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914
AFRICAN LAME SICKNESS. Ail illviv,ti£;Hi&lt;m «'f til? Sulltll All'i (,'iui knouii at* lamv.ioUlo; or lauio Mokne.v.s, > tii; 11' it is dm* to a sp&lt;vi;i; (limit' tlmt is gonorutwl muler abnormal condition-. in i»rass».'S or other I'liiuts nr.:' normally linrm U.-.s. lis development seems to hu lis t,uVi:ited with limiMinl weather iiiul soil e.\iKTi!'nces, ot u'hit'li drought i* important. Thnnt^h micli eonditionn wilting would favour tlio formation of tho poison, and this gives explanation for tho commtm belief that tho disease results from eating wilted plants.
SOIL PROBLEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914
SOIL PROBLEMS. Scientists havo viowed tho properties of tho soil from oiaiiy standpoints. At ojio tiirio it was thought that tho solu tion of tho fertilising pvoblom would be found by tho return to tho soil of tho principal fertilising ingredients extract ed by tlio orop. This seemed simple enough, but unfortunntely hnd to bo abandoned hs unsatisfactory, as it life out of account tho complex nature ot tho soil and tho chemical, biological, and physioa! agencies, which all exert influences of :i moro or less important character. Of lato years these obscuio agencies havo received moro attention, mid tho importance of further investi gation .seem to be well warranted. Their study hai> beoomo an established and well recognised part of tho soil prob lem. llactcrial activities have, under the light of Jiiodenl scioueo, been shown to exert ;i great influence in soil pro ductiveness, tho kinds and abundance "t (.lie liactum carrying in the func tions of i'o;ti}ity according In iJie j.iii...
VARIETY CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914
VARIETY CONCERT. "Someth'ng to amuse you; something to instruct you, and some'.h'ng to make you laugh." This was the title put forward by the management oh their bills for a Scotch and Variety Entertain ment which was given on Thurs day evening in the Mechanics' Hall, and they fulfilled their con? tract fairly. Cr. Coughlan pre-. sided, while Cr. Cameron acted as vice-chairman. There was a full house, which was a good tribute considering the number of local functions which have happened of late. Prior to the entertainment, the peculiar music of the bagpipes was wafted on the air, as stir- - ring marches were rendered by Messrs JockM'Donald (Bendigo) and R. Gillies (Kerang.) • Cr. S. Cameron (in national dress) was in the van, with the miniature "Harry Lauder" (Mr M'Donald's son, aged 6£ years) stepping out proudly by his side. The concert portion opened with., a Pipe selection by Mr Gillies, after which wee M'Donald char med and brought down the house with his rendition of "A Wee De...
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914
i OF RURAL INTEREST (15y "iliistieus.") 1 At the time of writing tlio pro^pccti for autumn nro not ulworiug. Tb iong-coniiuued dryn:ss and the advent of mornings tiiat suggest tb.t njrwcnoli of irost, pi.int to a bad winter. " Tin's (ippliot, particularly to tho dairying industry. Tho _ Western district J> •p'- ^'r11 llt f ^ °^' iniiiied.ato nun, which, ll it iiills ivitlnn thu next week or so, might causD au. increaso in the supply of unlit and butter. Otherwise it will bo vory unlikely tliat any increaso will 1-alvo placo in Ult: supply ooming, to ..lolbuuriie from tliat quarter ' until Juno or July. The buttor now coining to ilslbourno from many faolories is very -poor in quality. Owing to the small supplies of cream in many parts of tlio country farmers' cans toko lon ger to fill, and consequently1 produce only vory indifferent buttor. Condi tions nro gcnsrolly vory dry along thu Murray, luss than Sin. of rain having fallon iu nine months. The irr.gatiou areas nro producing a...
PEOPLE'S PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914
PEOPLE'S PARTY. A meeting of the Quambatook branch of the above was held on the evening of Saturday,' ilth, when there were present Mr A. E. Adamthwaite (presiding) and Messrs Muldoon, R. Coote, John ' King, Donald Williamson, C. Shaw, Kennedy, Jas. Cameron and the lion. sec. (Mr Dunstan.) Correspondence was read from the general secretary asking the numb3i- of ballot papers require for the selection of six Libe.r.,! candidates for the Senate ela - tion should a double dissolution of the Federal Parliament be brought about. The hon. sec. reported havinjr attended to the matter. . On the motion of the Chairman and Mr Shaw, it was resolved to circularise members of the branch and a committee, consisting of the President, vice-Presiden* Mann, Muldoon and the hon. sec be appointed to draw up same. I After an informal discussion. . the meeting closed!
CHAPTER XII. ANTICIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914
CHAPTER XII. A.\T1CU'ATK)N. ".Nh cjieicher • qu'im regard ■ . ." ' " ■ • . • '•" • Hvr soul.J' To bent its wings at hope's vain goal." Leonard oa/ao at last to her, after a f' >Y days' separation. 11c longed to sec her. It might ijc but a short livixl passion with him; but .while it lasted it was a very ardeut one. "M«n love strongest, women long est," says 'the proverb, and now earth seemed again transfigured. ■■■■•• 1'iiis separation had but fanned tlio, mutual (lame; so different was it from tbo.irrevocablu parting, the deliberate banishment that thrusts a woman away into darkuess for over—the parting that is pitiless as death and as cold,: with all its terror,' and none ' of . its wilderness mid the soul shrivelled up as a scroll. . | He arrived late one evening at Wil ton-plaeo, ajid after a very kindly J greeting, Mrs. Desart- good-naturedly ! gathered up her crewels, leaving him i 'and Lenore alone. ■ _ ■ . i "iTou will soon be my darling wife," i 'he whispered. "Vou have ...
TO SAY FAREWELL TO OLD IDENTITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914
'rO OuD IDENTITIES." Unanimity prevai'cd in a fi'ting ■Li.fnri.'wt]] ,ancl' .presentation to a '... . clislrict uion.eoi' in l!io person of Mr W. P. Barnes,, jr-; well as to : Mrs Barnes and family in the Onambatcok Mech fcs' Ilall on . lUftstlar.oVoiiln'A J-ilh.inst. Not wit.istar^mg the fart t'ult simi lar iuncl:or,s have keen rife of latfe locally, the large srathering unbounded enthusi asm. ■'■_■■•■' r. Cr. ^Caiiibron presided, and ".proceedings opened with a round of dances in the main hall, after which an adjournment was made to the stage, where a nice're-past, was laid out, about 50 ladies and gentlemen sitting down to the first relay The Chairman had on his right the quests of the evening, with Cr. Coughlan on his left, among ctVsrsi n promi ftfcttfj positions being Messrs F. Dbyle, J. T. Harvey and Rogers. Apologies were read from Rev. Father Waldron and Messrs T. Dunphy and Tuohey. After the loyal toast had been duly honored, The Chairman proposed "Our Guests." He felt sur...