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Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

\s'v\ ^ Cycling and Motor Notes; PBy'Out-'Special Correspondent.] Qiiu MttUatyVd"*** -ofv.anti'.' re^sliVtfou u'o L>™p.u*ed>y tbu Gitv CVAftfctJl of tfEMofnlius,^ U.^iA^i where all.. mpjQ)'^r?£feboolc! ,(toj pftVftfcd \«{hl thVctf «.*ts of headlights—a white set to show when the oar was goigg yj ft&c? thanT10 miI,»&C$t XtfWr bjfer&rf seUro WWioVrr >vfien the pac e 'did not exceed 15 miles per ^|93Urf^wA.iiXejX^cU^wi^i6:Mivia^tritvel't }iff£ ~iir~iifoVt;"Tljn»*~15^ miles per hour. Thank* to the opposition set up by the Columbus Automobile CIuLl ithe measme w.15 tlftdffgii?* i * rur wte first tune since the American C!ran<l Prix motor race has been itumgurato 1" it was this year won by an American ear. The winner wa< K I'ullen.. with rt Mercer ear. a ^blrm^,«^j«.^n^Hf^»^llTalI^nV'»*v. vi®|^itfr*ff>nrt)j plu-e, his e.ir as before bfrn^ni Me:i\*de>, but he li:iished with only thf^-.<;yjt:idce.s working.stated, hot)'...

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Qua[?]batook Coursing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

Qualdbaiook Coursing? •i'1 ,1 Club. !; A |*ieoiine>:•<>?. roembars and suppqjk'rS; of (ho Quambatook §8!F8Pff$I,b was Roots'. Ifttel.-on, Thursday o von in g1,' whcrr b?e present ^Messrs'. J?:, fparvfey f (in the chair), Alex. Gc^- '4v-' w.. 'DufiscaM,-'- \v. 'KdSs.-f?, l^urtieif, IX Keating, J. .M'Carthv, Jna^ rlW fiM; (Tc'tw'ttHtb (fectingi ho». see. )|| I'gsoIvQd, on ..the motion. J » 2|o;:er's-aiirl Ross, that j '"K c!$Pi renew tiperaticins for the ;ori.-10l|. • /! JlM' iT4iI"T?lv\c-yr..was 'unani 'm.^fciw'itvj.j-v^fdafts 6'nr'i ' R°g0rS and a,-d Cam ]vv'e-^.^-Pl'Ointod vjce-'presi detys on Jho motion -of Messrs' i?s ?,n aPF M- Cou-hlin, M1". Qfughlin took the hon. ejte^'"ysh!P after a unanimous votfe at the instance of Messrs Ci#eron Afid M'Oarth.v. - ?U; Dutijjtai' riioitfd that Mr I f!T]eM5 be ,aRPointed..field marshal. Seconded by Mr krat ing;and carried. D^.S."Tns«K?!® % the motion oi' Messrs Dim staj^and McCarthy, Mr T.-Ritchie wis appointed si iff steward...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (Kiuiu our Special Correspoudeut.) tfir Ueorgu Heid has gone ^ back tc London impressed with Australia's "e^- v . uberant prosperity," but shuddoringas .li> what Will happen when tho bad times come. One o£'tho things that • surely, must be.brought about whon we again encounter the' doldrums of the leuir years is the curtailment 'of the holiday craze. This has absolute pos M-ssiou of Ala justvUOW. It is astound* ing the extent to which this ligh"t hearted abandonment of work prevails. In most cases several days, and in many a full week was devoted to holiday ma king at Easter.' And this in nesses in whichfc day lost means a loss that can never -bo nuuie up. But unu sun of prosperity shines and* we are mostly dcsciples of. the old tontmakor whose philosophy was to "Till the cup that clears To-day of past regrets and future foars. To-morrow/—why. to-morrow 1 may be Myself with yesterday's seven tnousand years.1' The Jiailway Commissioners r have como forward with li...

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THE RECENT RAINS. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

v" J "O..ji —X. "-V.Ti- tj 4a >K THE RECENT RAINS. '[Contributed.]"' ' What. a .3plcndid.4-aifl.J 'chgs "Bben-'iKe btterafiSe mCny, -if riot all lips', owing' 'to'tRS" great reviving showers having fallen •upprr.tbe.clry earth. Many, it is thought, were living in . despair lijj/tilKth^ falling of the rain j hopes were beginning tS fade] drid; thosewh o wverenot optimistic became' pessimisticV'' But now they have the reversal. When .one comes to consider/his pessim ism with regard to the. weather in these northern parts,':or in any other, can he -not see in his previous experiences, that his Gteat Provider dfl.es not forget him, and yet he often and too often forgets; and forget'fulnesB ,i.s.j>erhaps; the main reason, that liiak'es him pessimistic. Now yoii may call this what you like.;: btit "the .more 'one remembers, the more will He remember. Sermon', teaching. Yes, it is much like it,-, but one will find sure enough that; the more he depends up on his Great. Giver the more ...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (J3y "Anihro.sino.") Bodices remain something of tho kimono still. Indc;d, the Japanese eloment is still very strong on our garment. Sashes have oome to stay, and ono sees them not only on -dressmakers' dresses, but on "tailor mados" at tha backs of coats — the largo obi worn at tho back by all Japanese ladies, and in front by tho ;fascinating geishas. For. afternoon drdsses tho Japanese neck is worn. It has a turnover-band, which stands 'a'littlo way from tho neck, and is usu ally made of some colour which tones with tho costunvs. Inside this you • generally see a draped not ficlni. Tho throat and upper portion of. tho chest are worn all natural. Wo have got' used to this, and hare agreed that it is .very becoming. "When .it goes I daresay wo shall bo just in lovo with covering up our necks. Waist coats are mure and more fashionable, and I think whilo you havo warm wea ther you would find a, soft silk or hot waislooat charmingundor 0110 of tho thin summer coats- ...

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TENNIS NOTES: [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 29 April 1914

TOBNFrtS NOTES; ,iri Ihe Lalbert competition the final njatch for iho set so i was that between Laibert and.Roun:! [,a|te.. Both tenjri? • i>r«j oriual l'jt to 1 he -ftnpl,. nml I.allnrj s.-C-.nvil. llio- rrcmiei'siiip .liy- thq rnl!,.f nan',)'.;1 'hiar/fn of Iwo gainer. At tlie o-mvlusion courtesies were 'indulged in, Mr O'Mear.l'spOaUing for RoUilil Lakje anl Mr Douglas for Lallort. Details: -j Thn .firsl-narn ;(i are Lnlbert' pliivi ra . .Campbell ari.1 Let.her beat Fallon and rf'asly. ti~l , . ... > . v K; . j . D.,u;/lq3 and Aridorsoii beat O'MeHrh .Bicb^b' — 5:''-'- ' , J, ... Uesily nrid .Groiit bSat' RobeftSi aflSL Nix; o'-i??-■; 1 .■ r Mis3«s V. and Ij ' Kelly, logi to Misp •^Valke^an^ #.i6?.,Piilloii;' <i f-O.i j Xlisses BT ,arid J.-i;Wareham..!ost tb •Misses.O'Meara, '54'G. , | '.Groat and V.1 Ktilly!lost' to'O'Mearft and Miss>W91ke{Y.-3f^&3>r«;u:/.;i•£> I Aridersoil aHtl \Ydrphalil bcrtf- Ro'<ertb and l<. O'ftleiira...

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

lSfURSE MAXTED, diploma, i.o>;no.\<, 90 YEARS' Hospital Experience.1*, treats all diseases in both men and women, no matter how iom; stand ing. Suitercrs, avoid operations ; cc:i •ult me without delay. Delay is dan gerous to your complaint. Destitute jeases treated free of charge. Has also Private Homo for Midwifery. Patients before, after, and durinjj ■ceouchemcnt. Board Moderate— Fees £3 3s. Doctors in attendance. Strictly private. Country trains met if idtisea. Stamp envelope for reply. "Charlton," Burgess St., AU6URN, MELBOURNE. 'Phone, 1242, Hawthorn. Bendigo's Premier CATERER. W. H ~SEED, 300 Hargreaves Street. Supplies forwarded for nil Northern 11ii,trict functions—Balls, picnic", wed ding*, church and school fetes. "ASfODi TOR OCR BRIDE CAKES Visit Heed's Tea Rooms when in Ben •1 so. •lames Woods, I "ICTICAL BOOTMAKER, .*> )• TOCKSnll kinds of Ladies', Gcnt.'s and Childrens' 1'o'jtwear. . Supplies all wants Makes to all measures. Prompt Repairing. You don't...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. Cli} "Aiubrosino.") Ill London hat shapr* *ro smaller ami more compact k\\\i\ they have been. Jiut i l;cso ddlereueos do not at. ji]j viot'act trom their charms and b»*coinin{;iio8S, Ouito tin." contrary. iS'oither do thoy limit tho variety. Small ami compact as shapes taken as a whole cuny be, their variety ui Jiue is indefinite. Only tho hypercritical will have fault to iind with the spring millinery, taken as a u'lioif, 'iluTo are, oj course, a fovv shapes and siyk-.s that aro strange aud ireukish. hui, apart trom these there is so much to please that unattractive styh-s can be. lelt alone. Usually tho I)run is at. ono side, and it shoots out picturesquely at tho termination of a graceful uii<l K'iitluui curve. Some of the brims arc given a pinch hero *nd a 111t-np thcro, giving a "saucy'' as pect to L)lt» WiloJo effect. SOUIO of the shapes have crowns that rwuli u considerable height, othors have crowns oi' only moderate heiglr,, but a -brim vhnt is...

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"SHOPPING." [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914

"SHOPPING'.' L'VO(ii Berlin comes a statement that an unfortunate shopkeeper who eharged a lady si\poiico for the trouble she had given -when she hail tried oil uiany hats and then lol't without making a purchase has beou aunt to prisou as guilty of " extortion."This suggests tlio ethics of. the subject of shopping as it is carried on in England. A Vriter in a contemporary makes out a good case for tradesmen ami assistants against the ineousidcrato and troublesome cus tomer. Two departments of the modern, shop are especially victimised, lie says. Uue is thai of gloves, whero the. shopman experiences the ditlioulty from dual eauses. First is the insensate demand for a very cheap glove, which has made one and elevenpence a kind of stan dard pi-ice that iiiany jvill not exceod, M'ith the result that tliey are made of inferior skills allied with imperfect workmanship. 'J'ho other is the foolish wish to wear ft very small size, which leads I ho woman who should ask for an honest soven to...

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SOME PROBLEMS IN WHEAT FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914

SOME PROBLEMS IN WHEAT FARMING. (Writion J<>r llio "Kannci- I GJ.'WtW hv .Mr. .1. U. !{• i slunmo) • j A<lntn Smith wmtu: "'Ay.: *»iilturo ■ tlio proper buaiiu*»s of ;»li m • > <"!i>n)r tho industry of n^rn'-nltim- ^ iho 01: on \rbich a country muht <.».pi'iid 1"' dofonco, health, atronglh, and p«'ini;m onco." band out of oultivnti'Mi iiu'im* ;i sheer loss to the national wealth, a> well as a loss* of occupation in. tin' country, and u eongcvsuon of labor in cities.' Oorgp Washington, in In address to Congas in 17%, >aid, "M will uot bo doubted with rrierewM ojUht to industrial or national \\eUau\ iliat agriculture is of primarj imiudt auco. In proportion us nations ad vance, in population and etliei cil oiimslances of nintiiriiy, this truth •'' cotikvs more apparent, and reimors '''' cultivation oi tin' soil mori' and more nil aspect of public patronage. At tho last census (15J11) it was found Hint in Victoria thero lvoro 1...

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THE OLD PROVERB. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914

TFIF. DM) I'liOVKHH. " "Money innltos the man* In K»— That's neither liore nor there; Now money keeps tho iiuto In something like repair.

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ON CREDIT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914

ON' OliF.DIT. Ho was Iho b'u.st wealthy, hut tli • | most favored of her admii'Ts. Lnv« . : lovo was what slio rluu« to. notliiii' el<e. It presented itself (lit CluiMtlHi iQnrnilig with ?>hiny elhou>. un<»ivasH trousers, ami a cardboard bus. "For mo?" sh«» orb-d. Ho ihk1<U'[ .bashfully. .. "Oh. how lovoly," sli'- e.\rlai'nrd a moment later as tho M|f«»rin^ of flowers eaim' to vi'*w. " Huw sweet and fn'-b Hn'\ r»*. Win, 1 Ix-limr there i*; a httlr «l*u nn ib'-tn ret 1" "WVII--.T yv< thru. h." 1m* ad mil ted. blushing, "but it'.s n-allv <piito a filial J amount, and I shall be able t«> pny it nil nw\t u»vlc."

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Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914

Mechanics' Institute. Mr C. Whitehead (President) and Messrs AdfWihWrtite, MiU doon, Roger*, P, lt6;\ting aria J. Fradd (secretary) Vrart to atten dance at fch* visual rf<5r\tl\.y VA 2et mgj of eOirtmlttee of the Mechan ics Institute last evening. Apolo gies were read from Messrs John Loughlan and S. Cameron, who were unavoidably abjo^t tllteuffh their Phifc Council duties. It was the irony of fate that mem bers were driven from their own domicile owing to the norve* racking noise occasioned bv ska ters w the main hallv .$> Adam i'ln? kina!^^it^e tdllle rescue ana tjie meeting was brought off at Ills office. Correspondence ^?nrecei.ved *rom Melville and Mullen with regard to books and magazines, and dealt w'iih. The Secretary I'drtdrted tnat the water naobeen laid on trttlVe bvMlding by Mr R. Godad. lb was agreed to change the various insurance policies on the building and con tents, and merge them into one company, that favored being the t/aw, Union and Ro<...

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HOW THE WORLD IS FILLINP UP. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914

H"OW THE WORLD IS FILLINP UP. Moat people (lo not..realise how tlx world is filling up now, and although wo hem- of millions of aero of land st.ll unoccupied, yet tho population is pre: .s ing already _on. tlio food supply. I»io byjly tho population now is ten times greater than it was, say, at tho time ol the Norman conquest, but it is increasing in geometrical ratio, ai.d tho produoticra of food is. not ineroju ing accordingly. We are, as a niatt. r of fact, approaching the limit of l'o' <1 produotion. '.Twenty years ago, win » "tho depression" was at tlio worst, a groat doaljjf wheat was sold at und.ir 20/ per Quarter. It has been rising ever sines, and although it is not muru over 30/ still it touched 40/ last, aut umn. Wo have tho example* of the ynitcd States, whioh is actually no>v importing food, and where tlio popul.i lation lias tnado up on tlio food pro duction. Thirty , or forty years ago tho roverso was tho .case, and wc weia drowned out in this oountry by...

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Train Delays. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914

Trairt 0<Sidy«i At tlVi .liiSc. Gordoii Shii'-e CcW tjCiL atette'r -tya? receivedtRd'.\vay L)c i'f'rtii.el'n, stating that inquiries did not corroboratethestateme.it that passengers were waiting at Korong Vale for, lanft..;pf}rio^?i The onlv.^ol^.y? w^h! lliGsu caused by tlVi liain Having to be setback to allow the engine to clear the points. A specific instance of delay was asked for. — Cr Coutts said it w»s ^fcill the saw 2 eScdse. Tile was .j,dng He yvoilfiV'ii Ir vt.3 considerably diie 16 dilatory management. Cr Barnes said he could vouch for it that there was much unnecessary delay, and travellers hnd corp plained- Ppmetinlas lite tnlin did ftO'c stdrt Mr .Half:ati;hdilr aftdr passengers hac| t^Ren tHejr Seats'.. It. \V.is snra times an hou; late at Boort. He moved that the secretary writ3 reiterating the formar statement. Cr Weaver seconded the motion, which was carried, Or Wearer mo .-cd. tl\£f. the s^'jta'ry muh.2 request for two passenger train? a week with corri...

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Terribly Tempted. FAUST. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914

Terribly ~"^j Tempted. SERIAL. STORY BY | ANNABEL GRAY. J FAUST. *D siieiizio) U jnish.-ro! MiuHnbilo inisterol" passed mi, and JLiouoro had jot llo reason lo regrot hor ohoico. ilov young iiio was lull ol color and bright ness Souu> unsewi hand invariably roomed to ruiuoiii tuo way ior her, and nuiko her path easy, so that tho deep,' dark problem ot ixisteuro was as yet unsolved, and sho still led tlw impersonal iiio ot ft dreamer at a fes tival. " ; , • Tho CYjouoI gambled, hot-tod, drank u good ileal at tunes, and wa*> not qui to the gracious gidlanb gen tleman. of the past;' but Maudsley, nntchiul nnd over ufi hand, soothed liim, cheeked lus nioods, turned all un pleasant and by innuto tact, good brooding and oourte&y, averted that semblance of ill-humour and ir ritation so often apparent iu u heavily in debt and with a slightly congested liver. ! . May Colonel «ud Loiiore had just ro luruod from tho Derby. Another Mi',v had dawned >• the second Spring they had ...

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SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914

SPORTING NOTES. (By "Rambler.") FOOTBALL. At tile conclusion of the Asso ciation mteting on Saturday night, the Chairnnn (Mr Alex. Rogers) introduced Mr T Dunphy to the delegates assembled. Mr Dur p'ly's missl<? 1 was ;ta expres sion of opinion from the delegates as to the form they would like his promised trjphy to take—gold medals for each member of the team attaining the Premiership, a Shield or a Cup. It was deci ded that the trophy be a Cup, duly inscribed, to be won twice before becoming the property of any one club, and Mr Dunphy was heartily thanked for his generous gift. The meeting of the ground committee of the local club was adjourned last evening until to morrow night at Dunphy's Com mercial Hotel. At a meeting of the Oakvale club officers elected for the com ing season were President, Mr Dan Gardiner ; vice-Presidents, Messrs H. Griffith and M. Poer ; Secretary and Treasurer, Mr T. W. Coughlan (re-elected) ; Dele gates for club, Messrs D. Gardi ner, M. Keati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914

THE AUSTRALIAN ESTAfES AND MORTGAGE CO. LTD. WOOL WAREHOUSE^, 573 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. WOOLanTqraIN AUCTION sales OF WOOL, Hl.fcES, 8KINS, TALLOW. AND GRAIN ( Weekly. ; LIBERAL cash advances on the ensuing clip of wooh For Sale In Melbourne or Shipment to London. The Company act Strictly as Selling Brokers. AQVANCES ON GRAIN. YOU MAY REST ASSURED that Beccham's Pills will be of great service to you if your stom&ch is out of order •r your liver is sluttish. The conditions of life in these days are so strenuous thai nearly everybody is U times, overtaken by various derangements of the digestive ■rtans. Even the strongest and healthiest occasionally require a little corrective •edicine. It is worth remembering that thousands of people have proved thai BEECHAM'S PILLS fpeedily exert * curative effect upon the disturbed organs and restore them to their normal healthy state. This splendid preparation has a world-wide reputation for relieving the ailments arising from ...

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914

COURSING. Quambatook Coursing Club will open the 1914 season on Wednes day next, when a sweepstake at £1 Is. for all-ages will be brought off. The meet will be in Mr James Cameron's paddocks, and it is necessary that the first pair of dogs be in the slips at 9.30 a.m. sharp. Owners are notified elsewhere that they must provide their own collars.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914

A truck an J a quarter of aheap sent to tile Melfcourne market by Messrs Ed'Aard T.cn^hard and Co, for Mr J. Cable, of Hoort, brought splendid prices. A line of wethers realised 29s 3d, awl the whole of the consignment averaged 27s 2d. This is the best price obtained for locally grown sheep for a long time. A curious lamb was added to Mr Wild'a flosk this week (says the Kerang Observer). It had one head, two bodies, eight legs, two tails, three ears, one tongue, two gullets and tivo eyes. In reality it appears to be two lambs With one head, it did not live. An interesting diagram, showing a comparison between temperatures of selected Atstra'ian cities and some of til3 principal cities of other pans of th-> world ^as been prepared by the Meieirologicdl Bureau Jt is 3hown that the mean annual te-nperatura of Adelaide is the same as that of Buenos Ayres, and that of Melbourne is the sflme ag that of Johannesburg. Bal larat and Pekin are on the same mark, and Wellington is only a poi...

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