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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914
THE TURF. M. Nolan's Heather (8.7J won the Pony Race of 4 furlongs at the Kerang Picnic Race meeting last Wednesday. The time given was 45 sees., and the be'.ting evens. Martin Keating had no trouble in bringing his mount home, for she practically led from start to finish.
Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914
Cyclirig and Motor Notes. TBy Oar Special Correspondent.] I .Daring the week the Dunlop Rubber Co. received ft cable message from New Zea* land to tile efleot that the Marshland Cy« cling Club of G'hristelntrch had, with its team of t2n riders, covered 100 lllllcs in the extraordinarily fast time of 4 hrs 13 mlns 28 sees, which is upwards of 12 minutes Ulster than the previous record—4 hrs 26 mins 3 ntins by the South Canterbury C C. These performances are in connection with the Dunlop 100 miles relay teftu;® competition, open to all cycling club? in the Commonwealth and Xew Zealand, nn:l there has been much activity amongst the clubs to gain fastest time honors and the rich prizes 0tiered by the iiroftiotera* Th: club registering fastest time will win L100; the next fastest L50, and the third on the list L20, while there is a special prize of Ll() to the individual rider compassing his section (10 miles) in the fastest time. Up till yesterday C. J. Senior (Perth) held the recjrd in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914
IH11EI t CD, Stock anil Station Agents. MELBOURNE OFFICE, 468 Collins Street. Branches : UAMbatook, Boort, Charlton, Wych ' proof. Kerang, Swan IIill, and Barham (N.S.W.) Auctioneer' N otice. EO. TRENCHARD & CO. BEG to notify to their numerous cli ents that they have established a ranch of thiirbusiness in Quambatook. hev have purchased a block ot ana •ljoixing the trucking yards, upon which 'ley are erecting Good and Convenient I'ards in which they will hold regular ■"TOCK Saues. , They will be pleased to order trucks ir Fat Stock for Newmarket, anil iperintend the loading of Stock, and • ill also supply latest information on ,12 markets. ^ ^ dunstan> Quambatook Representative, j JIAMBATOOK STOCK SALE. Thursday, May 7. rri DWARD TRENCHARD & CO. will lii hold their usual Stock Sale in their ew yards as above, when they will , 3rd] Sheep, Cattle, Horses, &c. Special Entries for Next Stock Sale. Entries for Next Sale. . .00 Five years old merino ewes in Iamb...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914
The Federal Cafe, Q Ufl ME3ATOOK, 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 a continuance of the support accorded him. AIX FRESH FRUniliTsEASOiniicEIviD DAILY. . WE GUARANTEE CUSTOMERS THAT IT IS ALWAYS FRESH. A BIG ALLOWANCE MADE ON FRUIT BY THE CASE FOR JAM MAKING, ftc. .-SUMMER DRINKS AND CORDIALS OF ALL. KINDS. Lemon Squash & H ot Pies, Tea or CofFec. DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS ALL CONFECTIONERY WILL BE KEPT INSIDE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ORDERS TAKEN for Large and Small Quantities ill every line. Give the-FEDERAL CAFE a trial and you will have every civility and attention. Modulate Priccs for everything. E. RYAN, Blacksmith, Wheelwright, Etc Quambatook. Horses Carefuisy 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. f§ Scovell AN...
THE Quambatook Times. OUR MOTTO: "Truth is great, and will prevail." WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1914. Local and General News. Our Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914
OUR MOTTO : ■" Truth is great, ami will prevail." WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1914. Local and General News. qui* Post Office. A communication was read at last meeting of the localProgress Association from Mr S. Sampson, M.H.R., dated 28th ult., anent the Quambatook Post Office. This was received by our Federal member from Mr Justinian Oxenham, secretary Postmaster General's Department, ard read as follows •—" With referen:e to your recent inquiry respecting the position with regard to the desired erection of a new Post Office at Quambatook, Vic., I beg to inform you that the question of providing a Government build ing for postal purposes at Quam batook v ill receive consideration when th ; office has been raised to official e atus, regarding which matter it has been decided that existing ■ onditions prevail until October next when the case will be again r iviewed. 1 am to add that with view to the erection of the buil Jing, when warranted, tenders w.re invited from persons willing to sell to...
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914
MELBOURNE LETTER Tlio uUitudtt ul tho public motorist* was u.u.ualod by till demonstration of the crowd at Prin ce.x Mridgo ilu* other aiternoon wheJ a young woiusm was run down and m jured to an rxieiu that caused hoi death. I'di a time tho iueensud crowc looked like taking tho law into &lt;tboit own hands. The growing frequency oi accidents that* tuuim and kill inofc teusivo citizens has roused an antago nistic feeling tiaviiidN motorists that only needs u .-park in cause it to ox plodo iuto soiucihing .serious. Among tho many huudreos oi motorists rtkoro arc, t»i course, luany vs lio exercise tho greatest caro and consideration, But then; aru others. There are tho motor hogs who aro drunk with tho pride of possession, and tho bpeod possibilities ot tho machine,, and uckless as to con sequences. Kor the arvoguuco of these, motorists as a body liavo to suf ier. Tho remedy—which would ho welcomed alike by tlio public, and by the motorists who presei vo thoir sanity and consi...
WASTE NOT WANT NOT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914
WASTii iVOTj WANT NOT. "Oil, lithel, " why dou't you u*o your linger bowl;-" "What's ,tho use ai wasting this good jam. mother, when 1 can lick uiy lingers " Klla, the tailhiul maid, was urniu^ ing hor mistress'* hair ono yitornoon, when j>he mentioued that sho had hoard .\lis> Allen ringing in the par lour ih** tvening beforo. "* "How did you like her ringing, KUa?M u>.ked fclr' mibtn-.s-. 'Oh, mum!" sighed tie maid, "ii was grand. Sho Mt g just a* il she were garbling!'' "Munition without iubtinet i.s like windows without a house." "Tho lndder of civilisation is i\ rum thing; tho top and tho bottom are nearer to each other than the middle is to either." "It i> always Letter to bo Very than to l»o Hathcr." "Who could bo more generous than tho mau who'd split his last shilling with you?—"Well, the mau »viu> wouldn't split it."—"Cake," by Bo'i ui Lyuoh. Ideals have wrecked more marriages than any amount of ordeals. — Mrs. Krod. Hoxuoldfl^
Association Football. A STORMY MEETING. CANNIE CLUB WITHDRAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914
Associatidw Fac^b'aMh A MEETING. CANN1E CLUB WITHDRAWS. I _A Pf Ji'lajfatea was held at I Rogers' Qua,mtiatoK fttfj-l in) Saturday e«f(- «')">" h.-..™ j"-'-ii.. i. tfj*r tima), UaiUIU'J* * »' ILK - «? ' u \ Dunstan and Jack Ma'ngari (Quambatook), H. Godden and L. Wi! J'an»3Pi». „ (G,aonj^, and M. Coughlan (secretary to (.:? O^ambatfoJc and Dis trict Association.) At t'n.ss vTerdv warfare was pronounced, an J the meet P/olon jad until ju3t on 11.30, GilVi"C ^'f?l";to.thftj/"Jbatt!ing" for his club by one of tue &lt;rH!^fUe?. Proceedings opened by Air Uuidttt stating that, as neither the President nor vice-President wa3 is attcndanca, I P tfouH proposo that Mr A. Rogers be a£ke? td-i&d tftg cl»dir. Mr O'C-.imor: This Is -rf rleJ^aC^' meeting ; you have no right to bring' in an outsidei ! I y,¥r ^?n.st,ai,: 11 ls "10 rule hero that It. ne nJjSpwIj be not in attendance, an independent cT.fifrr&lt;nfri bp.apnpinted. Mr O'Co.wor: It is not L!x tf>e in any oth...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914
r*'*- • -win.' I iVJRSE MAXTED, DIPLOMA, LONDON, YEARS' Hospital Experiences, ■' treats all diseases in both men . \vorfleti, no matter How long stand Suficrers, avoid operations ; con *io without delay. _ Delay is dan ■: to your complaint. Destitute i tvoatecl free of charge. isal&lt;=o Private Home for Midwifery. I ■ ■nts before, after, and during •.clir-ment. Coahd Moderate ; .£.1 8s. Doctors in attendance, tlv private. Country trains met if ■■0(1. ..p envelope for reply. "Charlton," Burgess St., UIBURN, MELBOURNE. nu, 1242, Hawthorn. Bendigo's Premier C ATERE R. i, h~1eed, 10 Hargreaves Street. for'.v.'irdcil f*>r nil ^oi'thcrii functions—Bulls, picnic?, wed ■■■, c! .veil anil school totes. ! Lo TOR OCR BRIDE CAKES ■ it Keoil'a Tea Booms when in Ben ,:ames Woods, \0TiGAL BOOTMAKER, 'CKSiill kinds of 1.flies', Gent.'s and Childrens' l*iv.>lwcar. implies all wants Hakes to all measures. Prompt Repairing. don't liavc to pare vent foot Woods' Boots. albert Motel. ^ up-...
To Advance Quambatook PROGRESS ASSOCIATION MEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914
£o Advance ^uambaiook PROGRESS ASSOCIATION MEETS. A A."inettins' oflmambprs \ of-. the Udttiflbdlo'ijh: Ffdgi'eSS Absoefa • fcion was held in ths Mechanics' Institute on Thursday evening, Mr A. E. Adamthwaite (Presi dent) In the ehali'. Tlwe wer« ?}ss,lRi;e^eBt,Me^rS. d; Shaw, l'. Wytjhhy) WyKifcihoadj I?.. Kennedy, Foroi ri.Keafin#; J. T. H?ir'. D. O'Callaghan and Rogers and Ryan (joint hon. sees.) The President, in opening the meeting, said same was a special "i,"k&lt;1onv.oned , to d&lt;?«! ia lot gt -jJepirtm^nUU coi^resyondence py/ingxp the.usual.monthly meet ing! .-hayingJapsed through lack if mteHda&lt;"*e. . ■' . On the motion of Messrs Keat ing and Shaw the minutes of previous meeting, as read, were confirmed. Correspondence. Frail lir £i'gi!i, JiU'.tf., rc'i; warding letter reoived from the Acting Secretary for Railways, as under:—"Adverting to the communication received by you from the i"int hon. fees., of "the tliianijb^too'k, f (Prp'^r^i?. A^sdci...
BOORT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914
BOORT AGRICULTUR AL SOCIETY. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of members of tbe above society was held in the Mechanics' hail on S iturday last. Tbo president, Mr J. Malone, ocou pied the chair, and there was a good at'.ondance preseno. The minutes of last annual meet ing were road and confirmed. Tlij secretary, Mr 11. R. Irving, read tbo balance sheet and auditors' report, which showed the society to bo in a sound tinanciil position. Receipts.—To credit balance on December 31, 1913, ,£36 12j 4J ; gates, ,£125 Is ; donations, current, ,£160 19j 7d : donations, arrears, £3 Is ; members' tickets, current, .£163 15s lid ; members' tickets, arrears, £3 ; entries. j£22 19s ; booths, ,£69; guessing competition, ,£1 lis; rent, ,£2 ; trophic, £20; dr. Na'.icnal Bank, £71 lis Id total, |.£G32 10s Gd. Bxpen.liture.—Prizevcisb, ,£337 3s 6.1; prizos, trophies, ,£20 ; yirds, ,£210 17s 4d ; printing anl advertis ing. £25 15s Cd; luncheon^, £ 16 11 h 2d-; judges, £14 3s; 'salaries, ,£30 ; petty ...
Telephone Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914
Telephone Troubles. Mr A. E. Muldoon, local repre sentative for Messrs Thomas Morrow and Co., auctioneers, has been interesting hiiiiself as re gards telephone delays ftfid charges, and has handed u§ 3 couple of communications he has received injconnection therewith, which we give below :— From Mr Angus, M.L.A. :— "Your letter, dated 18th April, to hand, and will receive my immediate attention. I will require to make enquiries through Mr Sampson, and accordingly have forwarded your letter to him by the first mail. I trust that something may be done to put this matter in a better position." From Mr S. Sampson, M.H.R., forwarding copy of letter received from the Deputy Postmaster General as follows:—"With re ference to your representations in connection with a communication forwarded by Mr Angus, M.L.A., relative to the charges for tele phone conversations between Quambatook and Boort, I have the honor t) inform you that the matter will receive consideration, and you w'.ll be further ...
BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914
BILLIARDS. In the second round of the bil liard tournament at the Commer cial Hotel, Martin Keating, 80 bhd., beat A. Rogers, jnr., 10 bhd., by 70 : D. Callaghan, rec. 10, beat M. Raphael, 10 bhd., by 82; R. Tinkler, 10 bhd., beatS. Sherlock, scr., by 27 ; J. Ryan, rcc. 10, baat W. Hustler, 10 bhd, by 13 ; Roy G irruthers. 110 bhd, beat M. Bentic, 110 b:d, by GO; N. Noonan, rec. 30, beat W. Richards, rec. 60, by 18.
DEEP BREATHING. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914
DEEP BREATHING. A medical man makes au earnest plea for deep breathing as « therapeu tic measure of tho first magnitude in the treatment of malnutrition charac terised by that complex group of eym touiH ascribed to nouraHthema, toxae mia., indigestion, anaemia, gout, and in a(lVotioiu> ol tho lungs and pleura. Ho khj.s that deformities duo to ric kets and hpmal curvatures aru o'ten susccptiljlo ol groat improvement by combined ^xeici*u oi the lung* ulU special gymnastics. In delayed eon incmiiphio resolution, im perfeoi restoration oi function ac companying or following pneumo.ini; partial consolidation, collapse, or cr.r nifieatiou of the lung, associated Wjth, or resulting from pleurmy with etfu sion; bronchiectasis &lt;ftid adhesions of Mio pleura, deep breathing is particu* larly beneficial. Ureatlung exerciser must be taught and watched to bo eil'ectivu. Tin* lungs should bo filled irom bottom to top. . lhe object to bo obtained is increase »>f tho tidal and suppl...
A Boom in Sheep. SPECIAL SALE AT CHARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914
A Boom in Sh6dpi SpeciAl sale at chakbt'dj}; Sheep were booming at the specia' sale held by Messrs Edward Trenchard and Co. at Charlton on Thursday. There was a splendid demand, particularly for crossbred sheep, and prices showed an advance of from 8s to 3$ per head sinc«j the STcittf fitlc, ritil's: TI'd rild^keo d daj. of Fecdrils:. A riicrffd i^jts CN.tiiiJ lislied in the matter of average priced for the Charlton yards, as 8300 sheep averaged 20s ljd per head, while there was another record when aline of cross breeding ewes sold under the hammer at 26s 10d per head. Since the rain, there has been a general demand for sheep, and the determination of buyers to secure stock was expressed in an unmistakable manner at the sale, 1'hB auctioneer was MrE, J. Curr( the firm'* Melbourne salesman, and formerly oj t'llarltorti arid theyardiiig cfliisisted df iO. 000 sheep, beiil^ A splendid oiie fof all-round excellence. There was a large attendance of the public, whbh included buyers from T...
NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 6 May 1914
NEWS SUMMARY. Mr. Justico ilicli, -in [jyduisy,* dis missed llio applicaton of tho Baking Trades Kmployoos' Federation thai tho houm ol baking should l)o hotwouii 8 a.m. and 0 p.m. Stock agents and pa.iUjruli.stn expre>^ surprise ut thu suotoiiiont of Mr. Frank Clarke, M.L.C., that mini would .soon Ijo 1/ a pound in Mel bourne. Tho .loport oi a special inquiry : e garding tho red-gum growing on an extensive area bold under grazing area leases on tho west hido oi tlio Ulonc'g Kiver, luus Ik-ou ailopuxl by tho .Min ister lor Lund*. A niarriod mun, L'6 years of ago, mimed Martin lienjnuiiii Mc.Namnru, ol Uoiliugwoud, Has arrested on Friday on a eliargo Having stolen leiuhur val ued at JLliil Hum the lartoiy ol Thos. iluiaii. '1 he revenue colleoted at tlio Custom iluu.su on April i!l amounted to:-— Ivovenue, ; fcjtute, jW-'U/lijU; contingent, ilio/-l/ti; pilot age, £17o/.l/ti; wlianago, £±2/lU/b. Air. it. li. baiter, has engaged lladoUN, t-bo Swiss ciiauipioii; EUbiacllo, tho French...