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Quambatook Racing and Trotting Club. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

(^ualmbatootf Rafclrfg aB$ > • v.J T^attlng Club. 1 A.settlins up, meeting labpv.e club was bpld at Mr Ay ■Roffor^' Guainbat'-')k Mo'ol on Saturday evening last, when Mr T. Cullen submitted his lalance .sheetof annual meeting ,hekl^ on the^th iiVst:';. Mr S. ,Cmfi3ro%vas in the clnhy ahcl thorowero'also present Messfs D. Williamson, M Uoughlin; N Oijjhlan, A. Iftfgorv A; Prest: T. Mason:. J. Purcell: M. an'! lj. ToT-^.L'. Shaw; J. FranReV On the reading of the balance sheet, .Mr Rogers moved, and .Mr, Yole seconded that the hceoitnts against the club* be passed for' payment, and thSi GbStirtilan mot'ed t*s ail rfnieiidnleiit- that. ltincler-and--PageandCrilliesBros. be 'written J to r. arid- asked ;lhat their account be red tic rid to £G Gs and 103 .respectively. ,Mr. Rogers' .riio.lion was carried.", i V; . y '' 'The bal'ariee slieei; showed ;an, expenditure of .£S6 inclu.'i lg £57 in prize money , apd: the receipts; £3,odd.to the gool.. .

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DAY IN A BUTTER FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

DAY IN A BUTTER FACTORY, j (IJy Lacto.) Daylight, is filtering thr»ugli the win- : (lows* (il ilio "batch" when tin- s'.lonce is broken tiy tho whirring til' an aiunn cluck. The > .ngineor, whose clock • is, bestirs hiinsoif, ami 1 follow iiim across tho stretch of ground that sep arate-. tho bachelors' quarters Irom L!iu laeioiy. \Vl> enti.r ilie cngincrooin, ami uliilo ho is luuy with tho gas prmlticer ami eiigiiio 1 jzjanee around. Everything is apiok ami span. Along the length ol" tho room aro ranged gas engine, steam engine, ami two reirigtr alors. Tho adjoining room iioii^es the ga.s-produeer plant ami tho steam hoiier. '1'iie engineer lias finished at tile fail, ami alter giving the engine a few revolution.-! with tho aid ol' com pi'osscd air, it is Boon running steadily with the gas. Jn a little while the refrigerators aro spinning merrily. 'JCho day's work lias IKgim. J leave the engineer to it, and walk inio ilie butter-room. It is a spacious and loftv room, spotless...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING NOTES; FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

SPOKflNd NO!fg§; f YS .SCii'U^w r /VA'./^VV^QQTBALIl A V.'.'.'VV As instanced in our advertising .colu.mns this issu/\ a meetingVof, •m^rriUers i il l' supporters ;of th<i Qitumbatcok; Football ClubMsiad-1 vertised for to-'rrtorrow-evening .iri.r.'the.vMpclicinics'r/Hall. :ciThe i6daL.t^ani.,wiU-be .considerably, Strangth'ehVd ' fhis season' by the £.d Jition of Mick Barry. (Kaneira).. Charlie Sizer and Frank Cameron jl I learn from Mr Alex. Rogers, fhat Ultima,*! who hold a strong jband) would spike -<to vC'qm"& ipfoi |he Quaml»^0%j football Association, and sports; generally will ,\veI_come another] addition to the competition. ! a ^

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

At the Sydney yearling; sales on Fri day, a brother to llullravera was sold for thirteen hundred guineas,

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

NflMSK $ hi'four last issue wfe noted the fact that Mr Mack fionolan, who; had been recently Adding inter-i state travejling.foi'- an^mportanti ijty'finfi, 'was'lying •settoilSlj^illi at St. Vincent's^Jiospital, Mel- :j bourne. News oTftis death was'j received inQuaijibatook pri Tues-ij day with; .feelings ofVplin by I everybody who knew him. In the northers parts of--Victor1a, from Bendfffo upwards,'-tftd name of "Mick" Conolm stood for honesty and integrity of purpose, and many were, the business and social friends throughout a large area of this State who faltered j whs'n ' the : sad- news became known. We tender bereaved re latives our commiseration., •} We regret to record the'death of Mrs Trenchard, wife of Mr Eh! ward- T-ren oh ar d;--head»o f-1 h« ■■ 'well-known firm of Edward Tren chard and Co., stock and station ;a'£S'h'ts: Tfi'the'esrly'part of this" iyear Mr and Mrs Trenqhard, with their daughter, leitjoh a't'rip to::i •England, Mrs ^Trenchard,'"who! 'was not „in good he...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

OF RURAL INTERE™ (By "Runtious.") Thoru it» every reason to eonum-tnl the Uohiro of tuo .Mini^tur of Agricul ture to jucrou.su tho average yicid kj ! wheat in Victoria. It- ha* ah-<ady beuii shown tlmi tho adoption 01 pro per methods in tho way of cultivation would add immensely to tho annual yield ol wheal, and, incidentally, '<> Iho* wealth of tho Liuito as a. whole, Tho (.lOvornmoiiL Mati>t/s return.' j show that tho maximum yield wa> obtained in tho County uf Dnrun;;. where an average or la-Jo bushels wus harvested. Tlio Minuter ol Agricul ture ^Mr. Hutchinson) iLtlv<buUv» Un* . to tlio fact that tnc larmers in that | district havo always been to. tho front in adopting up-to-date methods of cul tivation, nnd in following tho toaeh* ings of tho Agricultural department as regards manuring, fallowing, and thor ough cultivation as a preparation ol tho Uuid for wheat . Ghu.Utouo County was .second on tho list with iV.3t> bushels, closely f...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Smoke Social and Presentation to Mr and Mrs M. Killeen. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

Smoke Social and PresSnta-" } ti'o'n^to 'Mr 'anU Mrs' M.'"'! Killeen. ! A pleasant evening was spent at the Terminus,,,.hotel,...Boprt,, on Friday ^jasf.^lie'ocra*si6rifs be in* a social ,and,presentation., to Mr and r£Kfll.eeii j.w£°|aftci^ resic!ence*'inT"Eoort','have been trans ferred to KorongVale. ( A'ioi..t ,50s gentlemen' T<C*ere% present,1 'ina"'th'e' chqifAvas.pcfupjedTbjrTCr, Weaker,.; Tli§' table^ac) ^e'eiVni' el j\ laicl *ou^ a|nd*'i:'ie' \all^' jof- T\il'e''. jL'om 'were de;crited v'itli 'su'.tibl' emMems Ther6(weEe^apol!TgL;3:=f:cmiailarg;tJ number who;xwifri»-o"nnablet> toisfce; present,but; tbev,wished ov^ry-suc cess tb"''Mr1SmL'Mrs' KUl:,enahd • lhe chairman-invited all_present tp pat'iak'V %e gobd~rtihtgs,; pro'< vided,-aud-"&fteiv»all—liad-satisfied' tiiemselvfs Qe tcast^of "The King1' jvjasQJfaWftea a^iaiUtiVBdrniW S j A'fs£-v„®raH ?Mi^s ^na'retifa ti,ons the cliai.rn an explained tlie ojjj jet for"< Qy.l :11Kt>.ilh\...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XIII. AN ARCADIAN VILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

A SERIAL STORY ANNABEL GRAY. QUA ITER -Mil. AN AHOAD1A-N \ ILL A. "Sloop Bank thorn lower lhait the tide ol" (iruams, And their dream watched them sink and slidu away." Aflor some months' absence from .England. Mr. and Mrs. Stnmer re turned from lands ol' art and beauty, 1« settle down in t-h» most homely and practical fashion in a pretty little villa at IJayswater. Airs. Desart bad ex ited horaolf to tile utmost to mc.t the Colonel's wishes; and accompanied l>y his "alter ego" Captaiu Mnndsley, had visited n wise ostato agent, Who soon put them in the way of lir.'.lm;; a t'liaTXiiiuE residence. Maudsley apparently look a deep interest ■ in tlio comfort of (lie happy pair;I ho appreciated aud admired Le nor«rs nature; \vhieli was moulded ou those fine, noble linos which invariably bring thoir possessor disappointment and sorrow; for to bo above mediocrity —whether in art, or feeling—is to be mado miserable.' Anythiug above me diocrity is so often fatal. Eo knew that ho loved Stam...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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BARRAPOORT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

I 9 'v.* \.s< "v.- r-rii, *y* , BARRAPOORT., iDuring teived veiy'b'in'iffc i a i - r.iiii s1; two dies l\eijij£ registered.,, ^incp the : !\'n the ^roiiu'l Ss ili'Vxcelieul^c/n 3 (lion.for,seeding operations,^ and sowing isiti'frill Swiii^iliVoVg flout l q iijis.)wa;dpmi[ t^p^ts^^sea/1 son.' ''Mi-ny'ifr.Ttrierir/ cinsW&r sit. p&fital le ' ti sow'.ontVs oif olfetrn" tjtulVljle.land1,',1.and the:\vM>le hi t'.'cir fallow IaiicrvlQ^',,>yla0Vt.: . Stfock are iii excellent condition, SI ee,> especially are looking .'well, a id quite a number of young lambs are to be s?e:i about tb; district. A good sp:iug is noticeable in tlie • grass, and a fair season for lambs is 'uracil ally assured. Parrnpoorc railway siding now boasts cf a newly erected waititig".' room. Some months ago a .depu tation of district residents waited • 011 thi Comnris doners, requesting.,. 1 he erection of a suitable waitiilg'' room, and after due co 11 s i d erati structure that has'...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES AND MORTGAGE CO. LTD. WOOL WAREHOUSES, 573 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. WOO Land^G RAIN AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKIN3, TALLOW AND GRAIN WEEKLY. liberal cash advances on the ensuing cup of WOOIi For Salo In Melbourne or Shipment to London. The Company act Strictly as Selling Brokers. ADVANCES ON GRAIN. YOU MAY REST ASSURED th*t Beech*n»'s Fills will be of great service to you if your stomach is out of order «r your liver is sluggish. The conditions of life in these d*ys Are so strenuous that nearly everybody is at times, overtaken by various derangements of the digestive organs. Even the strongest and healthiest occasionally require a little corrective medicine. It is worth remembering that thousands of people have proved that I I BEECHAm'S i PILLS I I I I qpeec&y exert a curwive effect upon the disturbed organs and restore them to their oorma! heaJthy state. This splendid preparation has a world-wide reputation for nftcving the ailments aris...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

-IK SRSr'IC. •UiS Collins Sir Hkanciiks : QuamraTOOk, Hoort. Charlton, Wycli proof, JC'jraiuc, .Swan Hill, and s liarhum (N'.S. W.) a isajiS Auctioneer' Notice. jfTOiwTCRwrxtjwr' ,rn " ) PQHARfin& £0/1 L-> thcv iiav <^:u>HsUrd* a udjcini;<£ \t/f i,;\i!•!>.<« : •Jai'df. .upon wliic'-i igpgM^M ''''Ti> »Ka,'rt.VAl- ' j!««KsmkfflaE.i Wo Vi <0 f(?vvT' £'i'3®l2'??i?selKyj i May-V^no ... ir.q yet.;;.:..-) brtrt , ]? UWAKI^TIU^CHXllTJVfc'iGOkwBlj •,JafcM*cW<fclibir-onnjl Stock Sale in their] new yards as al«»ve, when thoy will; yMfecSHcc£*feW]e;UIox&e>; <2c.biA ffltri BS ^.f0F Next-stock ,j ^c*V^bW'^£c-T I fewr^a^f,ea,'®lwV i«ev.iw^Q>\:os mj Iambi 73f) xwo tooJh crossbred wethers f. ] 00 Cr^s^cU^vcan^r^.niixed, sexes [ f> Yotmg Uglit Vo'rses, broken to singled iMHfi&teeMs :<• -d • Turthbr Extwes Xnv ajQHAR»j& Co, " ' *■# *; QuombatooK. mwr: ffiflsiajlfere rteStoo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

The Federal Cafe, DESIRES to notify the public of Quambatook and district that they have purchased the business of Mr B. Costa, and hope to have j a continuance of the support accorded him. M.L FRESH FRUIliTj^^ DAILY. . . u !>. GUARANTEE CUSTOMERS THAT IT IS ALWAYS FRESII.. A BIG ALLOWANCE MADE OH FRUIT BY TliE GASE FOR JAM MAKING, &s. SUMWiER DRJiM'XS AMD CORDIALS OF ALU KiWDS. Lemon Squash &. H ot Pies, Tea os* Coffee, DURING. THE SUMMER MONTHS ALL CONFECTIONERY WILL BE KEPT INSIDE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ORDERS TAKEN for Large and Small Quantities in every line. Give the FEDERAL CAFE a trial and you will have every civility and attention. Modeiatc Prices for everything. QUAMBATOOK MISSES Tailors, Hatters asid Mercers, TI CORNER, FOOTSCRAY. Best Place for a Suit of Clothes?: or a correct Highland cos-* tume. Samples and self-| measurement charts sentl everywhere. Correspondence| invited. i . Quambatook. Horses Carefuiiy Shod. All Repairs to Implements and Wsachine...

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That Peculiar Case. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

That Peculiar Case." Under this head we gave our readers-complete evidence in the case, Hay versus Parslow— a dis pute over a A':! payment. The case was adjourned until this morning for the production of two important witnesses. Messrs Pennefather, P.-M., and Adamthwaite, J.P., • adjudicated. Mr Pidgeon for complainant; Mr Parsons for defendant. Thos. M'Namara was critically c;oss-examined by Mr Pidgeon, b'.it he adhered to his original statement that he saw the last wages paid to Hay. W. Ford gave like evidence, and there' was nothing left for 1 the Bench but to dismiss the 1 action with £3 15a costs against 1 complainant.

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THE Quambatook Times. OUR MOTTO "Truth is great, and will prevail." WEDNESDAY; APRIL 29, 1914. Local and General News. Transfer. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

[ OUR MOTTO I " Truth is great, am! ■: f ^§QK^3DApyVPIi.II>29.*:19lJ; ;: t X* **-■- —c • - • • Local and General News. , (Transfer. I Mr John Doggett, who has been on the staff of tlie.Quamba [took State School foiv 13'months,. !has been transferred as junior 'teacher to Wedderburn, with in jstrutftions^tq, commence duty on list Mvft ^Mi^'Dogfiattfe Jiome,js "pniy eignT mires from Wedder jburn, so he is, naturally, pleased hvith the Ctfarfge." Owing to new Jarrivals in this district, the net enrolment at the local' state School has increaspd to over 70. Progress Association. { Though the fixed meeting for there is;a Heal of Departmental correspon d&jcps emanating^ from .various, r^Solutfons'oT 'Cfie 'local Progress' Association-. {■■0:s.be-: dealt , with. TriiVis /jtimt honr' sees, have notified in our advert ising columns that members Should forefather, and not let t dry i ot';..sct.jo,tis_regards, an. Association which" tends to the ifelfare of township and country resi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

.sJ§|gA Bridal Photographs YOU KNOW the worth" of vour dress, therefore you know the worth of a GOOD 2j PHOTOGRAPH, that your sjl friends may share in the ■pjj pleasures this happy event ;£} presents, upon the receipt of ^2 that picture which carries ■ft with it the joys of sweet re :i£ mcmbraiK'O. would lie ' pleased to receive your appoint mciit, ami thus show you wh.it a qo.nl ph.'to;raph really is. Bridal veils, bouquets. for country visitors, J. Remir^ton Alexander ... v5tudi o . . . View 5-.. Bukdjco LEAVE YOUR Job Printing Orders AT THE Puambitook "W Office, up usihe§s.: AS the Q^amfoatgokOo-oper? aiive Comj^a&iiy are taking over my Business on Tst .May'"' I am holding1 an - ENORMOUS "" (Everything will' foe sacrificed.. Many'lines win be Cleared at i'kil to make way for Now Stock. vt ONLY 10 DAYS MORi STILL MANY EXCEPTIONAL.BARGAINS. DRAPERY, CROCKERY; - ; : v si s IRONMONGERY; 7" FURTHER REDUCTIONS FOS THIS WEEK. . ; Be.mliful Giamapli'mes Violins 7 y Heal Claiordug...

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THE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

THE BILL. The hall was crowded, and over iO couples-danced to music supplied by Mr Johbyyviolin)./ Mr J. Gillies faecor Jeofi) and Miss Coad (piano). Mr W. A. Wood acted as 11.C. lhe ladie» >supplie3|£UplieR"S-'fl- isi was; taken at Ithe dour at,iiigFit.s S' il; ■

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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BOORT —The Weather.— [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

BOOkT •> ^ • — The Weather.— w£allior»i \VhiTc: oihei' d!s'r'<"f« have b:*cn favoreJ with heavy rains- tor) | heavy in some instances this area has received nc tiling of imporf-iTi'Sejj tfytj! al-fltyj-6oSifebtfife fetordeiUitft 'sifffttfeht to fhKt% «us*t. (pn Miiilay night heavy poiiitS"hacl-"b:ee»-*-r<^wt<?r^j.-—"Oil Wednesday jporning 12 paints were ddcltd to the iota!; and ajur ther addition ofpoitUs_fcjffi'i he-i corded this (Thursday) nfortlit&i The rainfall appears to have heen general all over the State. Many farmers have already sown their full Swing, and ti splendid sldft has been made for next year's harvest. Lighting I'ooft with Electricity: — The poll of ratepayers vvhic^i tt'SS taken last wee!£foriftfeS-put'p'fise "qfi giving the council power to hand over their rights under the Electric Lighting and Powers Act to the Boort Co-bpeFritivd iiuUef ft (id Ice Company drew only a ber of voters. Of the 114 recorded votes all were ...

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POSTAL RATES. NEW SCHEDULE DETAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

•"C;.'. I'OSTAL RATE$;ijs M ■:NEW SCHEDUJ.E■ DETA 1LED. Tlio new postage rites, yjUifti'ieapiQ. Into force on 1st May, when pennj postBge will operate' thrpugbput tlx Cctcoionwealtli, are as follows :— Letters, Id per Joz. ' \\ Letter/cards, single, Id eacii'; repl ' Id wb hair, " Po«tcaid<, ilogi'e 1J j-iepiy",'' Id eael half. / ' ; > Printed papers, as prescribed, }d ppi 2ois. or part of 2ozs. V 'V Books printed outsido Australia, $d. • .per 4ozb. or part of 4oss.\ . - ? . Books printed in Australia, Jl. pei.' 8ozs. or part of 8ozs.' " Mngazines, that is to say— j (n) Magazines, reviews, serials, and;* other similar publications printed and>T published in Australia in numbers at intervals not oxceeding tlirto mouths, Jd. for 8ozs. or part of 8ozs." (/<) Magazines, reviews, serials, and other similar publications (including newspapers) printed and published cut side Australia in numbers at intertills not excteding tbrto mouths, Jd per (oz9. or part of 4o...

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APPIN SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

APP1N SPORTS. The amuui eport3 tfCr; held at Apn'ii o'n Kisler Mo'idiy. liidi tf>ir * vfelt V' J yA 1 ¥ cl J • 'iiJw?-5 Thefj-Mvi? V V.Ucjt-Urga ,fathering from all t'l;' sarrcunahig d!rtr:<"fcs« Compriton w .3 ver}* ke=n, and Si'.Hss win' ntta^rou? iii rooit ey.e \U. _ T.ien, wis 6$ p- 'lull &o:i)a3fcSdiirijE|gj t};'\ ftfvtfi'tijon,, anil gonenvlly the spoi ti Were tin best th.it Il.tVc baen licl 1 in this district., ^c,cawo^E.eaJwslAV.e»AllW5 8?.i!?g: "fritH—a"*Sw}sigJ"~55one-,-<!Ottkl tac been more !Hc!i'"triou3 and paiust,ik • _ Ujig than (he ladies who prrtvijflil tbcj IMiotk-for the lunch wl afternCcnj t.i£a." Tl'e'r nmriber is legion but the; following from atiiciitfst their ranks, served the provisions in an Inviting; manner and were most pleasing itii '.tUfflfriftlt^atipi) ^ortheiQPstouiep':— *•.Tobling, (Sartor, ': Sutherland, Herdman, Wilkinson, and '.feagtlalei and Misses Davles, Wiikin son, Sharp, dodu And SutheHnwl (2). The following of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

MiSS L. BISSETT, A.L.C.M. (Associate London Colloge of Music.) (Successor to Miss.Elaino E. Herry.) rpEACHER of Pianoforte. Theory, JL Harmony, CounU'i-pint, Singing and Painting,"boss. to.intmiiita that she will commence Te'achim; at Qu;\mba,-. took oit^oj-i Xhc-liflth No vember," 1913; ' Pupils enrolled .for Oil Painting.

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