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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914

I A SERIAL STORY BY jj I ANNABEL GRAY. i (.'•HAPTEH ii)Ehv,w "" —wJiiiust seorniuiiy. coolly Ui,*iiL,r,iti>lvl"tliVI'elc',w'(-',iod or M, l)al» niid terns oi long notirs linding vent at Just wiv's '""i Vt ^ 'i,,u lllU,u« i'»a Uieir I lllL:J". '"'<i i mJMciive i'OjtlO JjOtlgO tO-JIJglJtl" , Jlero iwis his opportunity. S>«voJyV ° ,, ,iJ yu" !'.o iisked , fliJr know, or care lunch, for ■at matWr. . ; Kverytuiug-every I. " Utou!!">7J;'0 tlml 1 don't want to "•>'» clasping j1L.,. Hands, »!>«.?™ru"y u""a,uu tl,LHi' did .'•U'Jioi' Tho Jj'silusi1. They, snared jou Jor iny delignt, Lenoro; out Ll tis ^d'Wo U^' ;,t 0UCU- C'""lu 'UdOOIf. MillHo Mill MillHge SOmctll I llg. JJicliMM js entertaining uiu cnrntn •inn tho"vS„ 0" b,Ut,lj "ko tllu bear ,u fciio &00—ami icaf" . • ' . tilio obyetl huu, and tlibv ehiered , thoubrnry togethor. lie dosed"' u.c <loor and gentiy forced her into'-t *cat Lcuoro seemed scarcelyconscious tf.-nc ''"'.'J1;®11 1,1 J»s J'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914

la. MM sti„ Stocl; aid Siatson Agents. M F.I.I'OURNE OFFICE, ( <lCS'Collins Street. Branches: Quamilvtook, Boort, Charlton, Wych ■ proof, Kcrang, Swan Hill, and Barham (N.S.W.) Auctioneer' N otice. ED. TRENOHARD & 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 ndjoining the trucking yards, upon whick they are erecting Good and Convenient Yards in which they will hold regular Stock Sales. They will be pleased to ot«.er 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, April 23. Edwardtrenchard &co. win hold their usual Stock Sale in their new yards', as above, when they will yard) Sheep, Cattle. Horses, &c. Special Entries for Next Stock Sale. Further Entries Invited. EDWARD TRENCHARD &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914

The Federal Cafe, QUAMBATOOK. MISSES REGAN DESIRES to notify the public of Quambatook and district that they have purchased the business of Mr B. Costa, and hope to have £ continuance of the support accorded him. ALL FRESH FRUTrTnTsEA^ DAILY. . . . WE GUARANTEE CUSTOMERS THAT IT IS ALWAYS FRESH. A BiG ALLOWANCE MADE ON FRUIT BV THE CASE FOR MM MAKifiG, &c. SUMMER DRINKS AND CORDIALS OF ALL KiWDS. Lemon Squash & H ot Pies, Tea or Coffee. DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS ALL CONFECTIONERY WILT ?E KEPT INSIDE. WHOLESALE AT ' RETAIL ORDERS TAKEN for Large anc - .11 Quantities in every line. Give the FEDERAL CAFE a trial and you will have every civility and attention, Modeiate Prices for everything. E. RYAN, - Blacksmith, Wheelwright, Etc Quambatook. Horses Carefully Shod. All Repairs to Implements and Machinery promptly attended to. BUGGIES, &c., BUILT. REPAIRED, and PAINTED Farm Waggons and Drays made to order. Trial Solicited. Workmanship Guaranteed. tofT* Ltd. Tailors...

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SHIRE FINANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914

SHIRE FINANCES. In his financial statemsnt .to last .Council n^eetirijr;, the ghird Secretary reported on the re ceipts and expanditura from 6th March to 4th April, showing th'? balances of ridings to-ilat.3 as. under.:— Total Receipts.—N.E, Riding — £383/1/7 ;S.E.Riding-£304/18/7: 5. jy. i d. vf, - Ridl rig—£.331/6/6. , , Total Expenditure.—N.Ii]. Ri ding—£4(j2/G/il ; .S.E. Ridings £14G/1Q/G ; N.\Y. Riding-_91/1/1 i ' S;W. RWirigeil02/l/fli.;-: , , , Dr. Balances. at .date; — N.B: Riciiria—£2745/5/3; S.E. Riding— £1500/6/3 ; N. W. Riding-£788 7s 2d; S.W. Riding—£525/17/9. The ohire Treasurer (Mr A. A. Begg) reported the . balances of the various Shire accounts on 7th April to be Shire of Kerang, Dr., £5073/4/6 ; Tramway a/c,' Giv, £975/3/10; Sparrow a/c,Dr., £24/7/6. /The Rate dolleCtor f.Mr 0. CL Rattray) reported the list of gen eral rates received since last meeting to be :—N.E. Riding,- • £109/16/4; S.E. Riding, £125/1/9 ; N.W. Riding, £57/14; S.W. Ri ding, £152/2 ; Interest, 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914

THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES AND M8BTGAGE CO. LTD. WOOL WAREHOUSES, 573 to 579 C0LL1N5 STREET, MELBOURNE. WOOLandGRAIN AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKIN3, TALLOW AND GRAIN WEEKLY. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ON THE ENSUING CUP OP WOOL For Sale In Melbourne or Shipment to London. The Company act Strictly as Selling Brokers, ADVANCES Or, GRAIN. YOU MAY REST ASSURED Beecham's Pills wfl! be of treat scrvice to you if your stomach is out of order «r your liver is auggish. The conditions of life in these days are so strenuous thai nearly everybody is at times, overtaken by various derangements of the digestive organs. Even the strongest and healthiest occasionally require a little corrective oedictne. It is worth rememboring that thousands of people have proved thai BE EC HiIJIf'S PILLS gpetdSy fyfft ft curative effect cpon the disturbed organs and restore thefn to their wwmtl heaJthy stale. This splendid preparation has a world-wide reputation for relieving the ailments arising from stomach and liv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914

o a .! H ,ng up Business. AS the Quambatook Co-oper ative Company are taking over my Business on 1st. May S am holding an ENORMOUS Everything will be sacrificed. Many Sines will be Cleared at RJ _ n ? Wv.i <?>, j 8?« y l-:-_j..; vvj b d 1 to make wav for &!©w Stock. ft V- i \i t! li :j o flMC ii y$-a b d Itl STILL MANY EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS. DRAPERY, CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY. FURTHER REDUCTiONS FOR THIS WEEK. Melbourne Piiues Local Prices Beautiful Giatnapliones Violins R'jal Clatorougli guns Johnson guns Marbleblock Fenders 6 G 0 1 10 0 10 1G 0 S fi 0 2 10 0 1 5 0 4 19 0 1 1 0 7 IS G 5 19 0 1 10 0 0 15 0 ,, 1 7 0 0 1G G Bedding and Spring Mattrasses at Special Prices. Men's Hats Mercery Suits Shirts Dress deocls n:z: •?i ? i t n n )ts . ©hli^rerr's Ladies5 Shoes Ladies3 B©@ts dent's B@©ts Linoieynis Window Curtains Sinks H; Satsns Underclothing VioSans Qramaphones 0T11A Mouth Organs Eleotro-piat© Gyrss Crockery Lamps "Fets and Pans Enamel Ware Tests ©fail . Kinds ...

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914

COURSING. A mqclini'; of coursing enthu siasts is-advprliseii for Uvniono\y evening ;it Kogx-rs'

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BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914

BILLIARDS. In the first round of the billiard | tournament (150 up) now in pro gress at the. Commercial Hotel, Roy Garruthers, 110 blul., defea ted T. Cullen, 40 bhd., by 23 ; M Keating. SO bhd., won from R! Barry, 10 bhd., by IS ; R. Tink ler, 10 bhd., beat J. Purcell, 80 bhd., by Co ; J.-Mangan, 10 bhd-, beat M. Coughlan, rec. 10, by 7 ; D. Calleghari, ive. 10, beat T. Davey, scr., by 46-; T. Camiihcrs Sv'r,, Lea1; E. Gross, roe. j0, by 70 ; J. Anderson, rec. 5, beat T. Dunphy, 15 bhd., byG7; si. Ben tic, 110 bhd.; beat D. Keating. SC1-.V by ;M: J. Ryan, rec. 10, boat L. RadnelK 10 bhd., by 4. •A-tournament-, .-2C0 up,:Juis also been started at the Quambatook Hotel, and results to-datc are 'as follows;—'IV Priestley, ser., beat' Roy Carrulhers, 130 bhd., b.v 5 : D. Barry, 30 bhd., beat J. Pur cell, 70 bhd , . by 42. '

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An Anomaly. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914

An Anomaly. • / . . For having: the bar door of the Sutton Grange Hotel open on Sunday, il/a rch 22nd, Edwin Beaves,-the licensee, was fined £5, witli 4s S J costs'at the Castle maine court. - The police, on entering the hotel, found two .ir.cn whom they knew to be bona lide travellers, but in serving them defendant had left Open the bar door. Mr Barlow..P.M,, said that the case had opened up an aspect of theLicensingAcfc which puzzled him as a marristrate. A publican was allowed to serve a traveller, but if he opened his bar door to do so ho was liable to a penalty. This anomaly led publicans to store liquor in other rooms, which led to nefarious trading. At Brighton and other Melbourne suburbs he had seen two or three men serving in th-e bar --n Sun days, the, place full of customers, and as many as £0. motor cars waiting- outside. He could not understand why the. country was krojiteiJ- diftVrenlly from the city in this respect.

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PEDESTRIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914

I'EDESTKIANISM. "Aliek" Cnvter finished fourth in tho S.tfiwc-ll Gift,' the winner beiner K< KoWnson, of Jftl--os.

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THISTLE INSPECTION. COUNCILLOR ON OFFICES. INSPECTOR'S RETORT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914

TMfSTLS tWSPEGTfSftl. COUNCILLOR ON OFFICES. ■LN'SPLC 1'oil't!: iti'/FoRTi - last Koran? Shire Coiinul n:"f t ing Mr K. Gliii-".: Thjstle Inspector lu the two ridings at tills ehdl reported that, since last meeting, he Ittd innj'ec ted the infested parts of the north west and south-west-riding?, aid found them fniriv clear from Bathurst burr. Iie crft .f-h" f-,w grow!n;; he saw. He Mystic Park, Winlaton, Lake Charm, Garner Angus' and Burk's ; also in the Mallee, ncili; 0=*va\e: In each case he thoroughly erndicsited and burned. In many tajts the landowners did not know stinkwort, consequently, he car ried a bilitlj-le with him. If carcfully attended to this yea;'; il wouid easily b-> got rid of, and, in all piaifeS vhere he found it growing .tyro years.ago »e had it destroyed. lie had Watched it very careful y this year' and found there w;» no appearance of it, except ing in one place, viz., Hunt's, near Oakvald. ... . , Mr W. Dowling, Of R«edy Lake, was introduced bv the Preside...

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SPORTING NOTES. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914

BeWaQSCRKti! SFO?T m EVQTS3. -Mr J. T. St? Vions, of B^aiso,, acted £}s siis^r.dhry =/^ ,vr.rJ at the lVc'ert O i rr.hatpok meeting, arid he had with nini as local officials Jiiessrrf J. Coughlan and. T. J. Dunstaiv I also noticed the presence of Mr Chas. Manning, of Keranor, who has acted as ! stipe" at various distilct meet ings. Carduli had rather an easy win in the Brush Hurdle's, of 2 mil^s, at Quambatook. He'went out at 2 to 1 ori and was ridden by Wtibb. S. Cameron's Skowe'ift was seconded r,fr3 M'Calman's Eulalia third. M 'Donald was up on The Crisis for E.-_ Gads'den, and .pulled oft' the Trial.' ^The winner AvaB at evens, and was followed home by Footlass and Miss Lastcombe. There were eight starters for the Open Handicap Trot; with The Whip favorite at : evens. McICinney iniss was nest in de mand, and she went out at 5 to 4. The . mare followed up her Boort victory. by annexing the two-mile event from Tracy Alto and Ruby B. The second horse was set going great guns when i...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914

FOOTBALL. A meeting oC the - Qnsmbatook District EcoiV.:-u! •As.'.oci&tion -is advertised for Saturday,•• May 2, at Rogers' Hot:.-!. Onkva'e to lure a tca-m' of their ov;u this Jud^in;; from what I nearJ nc ids send off, Mr Barnes wiil be clown to-\ have yet another argument with Oak vale's strongest supporter. Clubs to-date 'com ins into the competition., are .Quambatook, O:\kvale, Cannie. Lalbert and Meatian. ,

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Farewell to Mr Clanchy. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914

Farewell to fVir Clanchy. [From A Correspondent.] On Tuesday, evening, 7th inst, at Jeruk, about 150 residents of that place, Gienlotb, Oakvale, Ninyeunook and other districts met to entertain Mr R. Clanchy prior to. his departure from Je ruk State School, where he had been head teacher for the past six years and is leaving Jeruk to take up "his duties in a different part of the State. Mr Wm, Miller presided over the gathering and, after the toast of "The King" had been duly honored, the Chairman said all would be very sorry to lose one who would be hard to re place as a teacher. Mr Clanchy had_ been most efficient and pains taking in the performance of his duties ; his pupils had won Gov ernment scholarships, and, du ring his term at Jeruk he had endeared himself to his scholars and others with whom he had been associated. Mr A. M'Dovald w?s sorry in deed to lose so stausch a friend, a hard worker for the welfare of his scholars, a good sport and a white man in every sense of the w...

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THE Quambatook Times. OUR MOTTO: "Truth is great, and will prevail." WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1914. Local and General News. A Splendid Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 22 April 1914

OUR .MOTTO : Truth is .qrenl, ami will prevail." WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 191J. Local and General News. A Splendid Rainfall. Towards the latter portion of last week scattered showers fell, and steady rain during Friday night was responsible for 26 points. It was showery, also, on' Saturday afternoon, but it was left for Monday evening to cul minate in a copious downpour. It rained incessantly throughout the night, and the official gauge registered 13*1 points up to 9 o'clock next morning. Farmers are, jubilant, as'the rain could not have come at a more oppor tune time. Boort advices give Monday night's fall as 132 points, and Chillingollah as 129 ; Ultima, 126, and,; outside that place 180. thus showing the bounteous rr' tohavebeen general. Only evening a heavy, rain r _ curred. Personal. , . Last week Mr W. k time manager of thib ' paid a flying visit to Qua .. yatook and -\yc.s greeted by a -host of friends), Train Delays. A correspondent from Durham Ox states that the Gordon Shire Co...

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CAUSE OF SOIL SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

CAUSE OF SOiL SICKNESS. An interesting and instructive paper on the above subject by Dr. J E. Hus sell, director of the Rothainstcd Expori metal Station, ami Mr. Walter Buddln was delirored before the Society of Chemical Industry recently. The paper described how an • accident had shown that wifh tho partial sterilisation of the soil it was able to alisorb oxygen very much mora, rapidly than untreated soil. Owing.'to tho closo connection known to exist between tho power o£ oxygen absorption of a soil and its productivity, it was thought probablo that such'partially sterilised soils would bo more productive than untreated soils, and pot experiments proved that this was lbs case. At this stago in tho re search it was found that tho conclusion was not novol, the discovery having been made accidentally in AlSacc and confirmed in a laboratory in Germany. As a result of a long scries of investiga tions carried out at Hothamstcd the following propositions had been defin itely established:—...

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THE TYROLEAN FRUIT CASE. A GERMAN METHOD OF PACKING APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

THE TYROLEAN FRUIT CASE. A (JKHMAN .MKTIIOl) ()!•' PACK I NO ! Al'PLES. I T.»y .1. (I. Tinner (Uliiei' Hurt U'ilHnr;>l J DUicor), in "Journal of A^noul- : i ur<?. " ' Ahout lhr» llih Uotobor lasl, a oaM" juain appeared in the daily piv^s. i nhu'h r«';ul as lo!low> :•••• ! AUSTRALIAN FRUIT. Gorman Market. ' l\M.ckisijr Method* Criti^-d. I Ht-rr HmwcIi. of HorMn. m a iv- I port to 111© CoimnomvrnUh (lovern- | UK'Ht. ftater. that lIk* i?npormuon : of Au:4ntljun apples and poar* into (Jorrnany is f»roaiIy prejudiced, l>o- } ruiise the fruit is wrongly puckod. | .Merchants who ro-paek'tho fruit, | in a looser mid more attractive way j xviivo making i?o per cent, adtli tionnl profit owing to the altera tion. The fruit markotod ju Gei miiliy is rapidly oxtonding, and is 1 attracting lmy<iis from Russia, ttcaiiuhiuvin, and .-uljneont ooun Irk.,. llerr Henoch offers to tor v.-ard sample cnse.s to Australia, paolved in tJio German „ty|0, should ilie Iniil-gnmeri...

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POULTRY PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

POULTRY PICKINGS. • The''latest Wiing in trap nests was-on view at tlio recent"Crystal Palace Show in liondon. It was claimed for it that it was tlio only'perfect Automatic trnp-' ncst. on the market,. When, tho hen outers .tlio nest" tho entraiico door ro mivins open. Upon.tlio hen laying an egg tlio action ol' tlio egg rolling down closes tlio entrance deitr ami opens the exit (lour. The hen is tliontrce -to walk out. "When tho hen . Itaves tha nest. her. action in doing so closes the exit door and at tho same tinie, opens tho outran c« door, leaving tho nest freo tor the next bird to enter. 'Ina working of tlio box is quito automata'. Uhould the hen not lay an egg sho [» freo to walk out this way she entered, without being trapped.' Such'is tlio ' description; but at this distance wo ask what happens if two or more hens crowd in at once? In order to test the eating capacity of tho avorage hen, a number of ex haustive experiments wero carried out ai/ tlio Jlniuo Experimental Stati...

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FARM HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

. ~ FARM HANDS. At a mooting of the Corrabio branch of tho Soutji Australian Bureau oi Agriculture, Mr. V. It. Westou rend a paper, in -which lie said:— 4,In a district like our orrn it is, in tho average season, difficult to ob tain suitable labor at an average wago, but 1 am sura Uint with attention to tho welfare of thoso wo employ wo will not only keep Uio good employees rro have, but will in tiim; have a biggor supply. Even though we amy not liavo' a feurphis of men, wo cannot bo too partiouJar of thoso wo employ. It we only employ th^ best, then only tho best men will apply for employment, in 1 my mind tho man wo want is ho who works, not morely lor tho sake oi earn ing a living, but who has lor his ob- I jei-t that ot ultimately becuming an c-m- j ployer him.soh. Th:s cias* 01 limn is j tho ideal. Ho takv.s more interest I in his wurk and in doing it xvoll, and . .shows nmro consideration toward his employer than tlio man who is merely alter his wages. Per&oualiy, I w...

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SULPHUR AND LIME. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

SULPHUR AND LIME. _'l'he effect of sulphur and lime upon discuses of cereals and roots ..was referr ed to in a paper by Walter E. Col liuge before too British Association for tlu» Advancement of Science. In "Warwickshire, in 11(06, ho said his attention vas directed to some 40 or 50 aoras of wheat attacked" l>y a <li<so(u>0~ locally known as "inay-sick." In various parts of tho field,, either in largo circular patches or in stragg ling lines, tho-wheat plants wore turn ing yellow in the leaf,'and had at tained a height only about half of that of the non-diseased plants. : , Later ill tho season tho plants had a scorched appearance, vcry.littlo growth took place, tlicy never developed ears, and were of littlo uso ns straw. Other crops, including ; potatoes and mangolds, were attacked in a similar manner. Experiments with varying quantities of sulphur, and lime and sujphur show ed tiiat sulphur sown in the autumn lor spring sowings, or in tho spring for aut...

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