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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

Stock and^Stalieo Agents. ' MELEGURNki. office, 4C3'-CoIlins Street. Bk/xches: •. ..uajibatook, r.eort.-Charlton,' Wych proof, Swan Mill, and Uavii::iu (N'.S.W.) A-uc-iionces-' M otico. - E0. MiaaD & co. •*. !>FG to not ifv to tneu- numerous cli- | cnl- that !lit;v luivt ranch of thin 1 n in Quambatook. ' hey have purciiasf-d a block of land •Jioining the trucKinsr vards, upon which "icy are erectin;; Good and Convenient .'ards in whkn tney will hold regular 'tock-Sai.k?. They will be pk-nsed to order tracks >r l-'at Stock li'i' Newmarket, ••perinteud the lending of Stock, and | ill'slso :;npp!y latest information on .le markets.-, V. T. E. RUNSTAN, Qr.amt'atcok Representative. ICR' SALE. . .Tlrarsday* May . 21. . "'^•DWjVRD TRENCIIARD & CO. will . J 1i4-I.il tiic;.r. usual Stcck Sale in their | •jw yards as above, when tl-.ey will , ard'* Sheep,.Cattle, Horses, &c.' Spssial Enlriss for !!c-xt Stock Sale. Fukthek Entkiks Invited. '//';..E.DWAi:D TRENCII...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

The Federal Cafe, QUAMBATOO K. MISSES REGAN T\ESIRES to notify the public of Quambatook and district that they XJ have purchased the business of Mr B. Costa, and hope .to havt .... a continuance of the support accorded him. " *^ ~ i— —n , i~u~ i_ji i ) 11 ij L i~ AUFFKESHTRUITS IN SEASON RECEIVED DAILY.. . ... ; WE GUARANTEE CUSTOMERS THAT IT IS ALWAYS FRESH. - cljjyuwm MADE ON FRUIT BY THE CASE FOR 1AM MAKING, le. SUMME£y?RINKSu AND CORDIALS OF ALL KINDS. Lemon squash & H ot Pies, Tea or 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 FEDERAlToArF a trial and you will have every civility and attention. Model ate Prices for everything. Scovell AND Spurling Pty. Ltd. Tailors, Hatters and Mercers, THE CORNER, FOOTSCRAY. Best Place for a Suit of Clothes or a correct Highland cos tume. Samples and self measurement charts sent everywhere. Correspondence invited. E. RYA...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Quambatook Times. OUR MOTTO: "Truth is great, and will prevail." WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1914. Local and General News. Water Laid On. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

' "oiTr motto : • ' " Truth is great, an,I wi'l WEDNESDAY, "MAY 13, 1914. Local and GansraiHewr. Water Laitl On. ' A noticc in another portion A this issue from the State Rivers and Water Supply Commission should interest townsp^ple. Unnecessary Koaci. iVt-la'st week's Council meeting Cr Cameron drew" attention to the necessity of abolishing a road across the.reserVd at Quambatoolc. It could be done without -and another substituted. He moved that action be taken at once. Cr Coiighhn seconyedand the motion was carried. Elephant Tank. At last Council, meeting Cr Coughlan called attention to re faas that w jre needed to culvert, ac the ElephintTank. He moved the work be done. Cr Cameron seconded. It was only" a small work and he would like it left to CrXJQflghlan tX> carry :ou't. This suggestion-wets-approved of, and tfre motion-earned;' • Shire 'Council.' " Th's Ju-rie meeting^/ theKerang ^Shii'G Council is to be allowed to japse owing' to the'- date-.being near the time when the s...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIQUID MANURING. THE BEST SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

■ " LIQUID MANURING. Tim JJlvST S VST MM . A Imut thru.. .vaam ago," z corres .'..■.'t ,w,te» us |tl,» X,Z. Dnir.v ■lesu'v'c<! l» l"st. the prao lu^'l working of n pfn:- u^frostod I»v Uil'. jouniai, ivjirHi . ;MW|\0uId bo ! I -I'll, MM alter tllCOO lul. .\vars in we, i(>;Klv fn rop.it iliilt with lis ill.- sj-Htom is sat -uu''la'y ' "»> objoctfi •■|\o Ill-fit <1 up; a cistern outside tlio ]" a diucil.v mil, ii,. i-j, iviis mndo Jo .out deep, 11 t.-ot, wide, ami ;io feet !'"■ ao i, wo w,.ro to .uiiku any change we would mako ' „ i"»K'-r the manure iu j.us in it lliu better J I. litjiiidises I! ,"'' 11 '".""lies. Wo would . let IllIlllMKi w() cubic lcct per (X)TV t'ol* eai I month ,-ou-B are housed during y«"--t '«,V> <•'»? l»t nil tlw "It; >, 1.1.1)1 solid .-111(1 llyilid, i8 pUHl,<ld I1'' 1 il »'»ov«fl, care being tnkon to ke. bay and bedding out of tho eu1> ii. us inucli as possible. If tlio gut tf-i havo a slope towards th...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

I Liver & Kidney. : 'D.ISOR'D-E RS Tfro Grca.-!. Benefit of GLEMtflTS IGM10. „.A Lady Pra.npled nia ta Purchase r. CoUla . The value of a Rootl'medicine is proved nt omcc jvljeu t'5o;e who piii their faith '"fenik1 iuV;km, arrv(^iV^chaVhi* direst, CarUou, Vio , was U'ld to tnVc it l-.'^vri/c;; as follows, IJ,.7/11, . CLWZwS TONIC LTD., "••Ewo years. a;;o 1 v..v ill . V.'itU liver and nervous disorder. Ad wculd like lo speak of the great -benefit received 'rem your Clcmtnb -T&mf. : I was a year .ailing with''bs'djdigcjlion, or to be -correct I could not iclmest even the simplest liquid food, but that it 'would-cause piin, so that it . became h dread for me to take food. - 1 . socn -lost fle:h and . bccarr.e v.'cak, li:tlc*;-- and nervous. People remarked how chr, cod I was, for 1 got ihi::...-; i-had bscn taking thc-dcctcr.'s medicine-for a (rood wln'e, but did not mend.* Caikrj at the chcrmsts for a fredi r.up;dv;of medicine, n lady staled how her daughter !u',d suff...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OF RURAL INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST. (Ilv "Rusticiis.'') Tht>ro wore some matter* of general mtoro^L dealt with by tho Chambor 01 Agriculture ii-ir the last quarterly meeting. It was reported that the attempt to hold a conference of the States on tlio ijut'.-tion oi' thy bulk handling of wheat had not met uitii miccv.>s, owing to tho fact that organi sations in oilier States did not think that any good' purpose would ho served by tho conference. The chairman (Air. McLellan) said tliat bulk handling would come in New South Wales in time, indeed it would be adopted by all States in Uu» fulness of time. It was a big matter, and tho Govern ments must proceed carefully. Tho chamber express.mI itR-.'li as oppiwd to an inercas d duty on superphosphates, which must raisf* -tho price. No legis lation should be j>;»s.-*t.d which would di minish tho production. Tho chamber was aiso oppo-cd to any further duty on sheepskins exporkd from tho Com monwealth. Two delegates were ap pointed to givo evidence, ...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Barley Market. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

Tito Barley Wisirkot. There is some possibility of an improvement "in the bi'r'ey mar ket, which has been ;.t a very low ebb during the past season. As a result of recent .business, about •3UOO bags of barley ar« to be shipped to London. Further business in this direction is peuc ing\ The. Palermo left Adaluidt' recently with G,8S5 bags fcr London. The market on spot is somewhat more active, with a fair,all-round inquiry.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

URSE MAXTED, DIPLOMA, LONDON, f\ YEARS' Hospital Experiences, • ** treats all diseases in both men I women, no matter how long stand *. Sufferers, avoid operations con t me without delay. Delay isdan rous to your complaint. Destitute es treated free of charge. 'las also Private Home for Midwifery, •itients before, after, and during jouchement. Board Moderate—* f ES £3 3s. Doctors in attendance. rictly private. Country trains met if ; /ised. .Stamp envelope for reply. "Charlton," Burgess St., AUBURN, MELBOURNE. 't'hone, 1242, Hawthorn. Bendigo's Premier | CATERER. W. H REED, 300 Hargreaves Street. Supplies forwarded for nil Northern Oiatrict functions—Bulls, picnics, wed ■ ng8, church and school fetes. ) VMOTjS TOR OUK BRIDE CAKES Visit Roed's Tea Rooms when in Ben 1,0. S_ LALBERT James Woods, /TACTICAL BOOTMAKER, v, TOCKS all kinds of Ladies', Gent.'s ,J and Childrens' Footwear,. Supplies all wants Makes to all measures. Prompt Repairiug. You don't have to pare your foot wear Woods'...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLIP THE UDDER. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

CLIP THE UDDER. Ti is not uncommon among . dairy eov..-> U) lind the udder covered with u de.se growth of long air, which, al lh> ugh it nm.v boot' somo protection to illy udder,'nevertheless, iruiu tho st; adpoint of sanitation and comfort to tin- cow during milking, is a dotri tm at. Under ordinary' farm condi-. tii. is tho hair is generally boverod with till .i, and oven in tho best kopt dair ies. unless dipped, w ill - collect souio <!u.t and filth."Kurthenuoro, because • uf Uio h>eation,-'it is'highly probable, ih. t sonic.- hairs will lind their vuy into tIk• mill; pail duriii" _xuilking. In on er tliat such, conditioim timy not oc: nr, .these hairs shoulil bo olippoii ! eh '0 once or twice each year, thereby ; pr. venting collection of iiltht and pei>.. mi.ting greater easiv iii washing tho ; tnl-ler. It has been . luy experience i thai "kickm". sire also developed when * in. nking heifers to milk IfcciuiKO ot - tli. se long hairs.- When tUo milker , gr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

. Fnr-BroncJiiid Goujjlw, tr.Uo-, ^ ;; . \Yoo 1»' GiJ.il t'cpuii-m-nl Cui« -l/o • "I ' \,i{ *i ->01' Ch Idrui't. :r«l.;njr Ccufth. at ivgbt * \Vc9'l'3* ^roafvHVnloim"U 1u(?u

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KERANG SHIRE COUNCIL TUESDAY, MAY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

KERAIMG SHIRE CQUftCSL 'TtfflSDAX; MAY 8: ' j'ho ofH nary mo'iiM" reeling was held at the Shire .Hall, Ke rang, on Tuesday, 5ch hst., wlien there were ■ present:-••Crs. R:«l •• cliffc '(••President). E'chartbon, T>r??aoc!j;. A'Pon^l!. )V^!,W;»de, • s • -iiing, Loui ivcv al ^-.uu'i, Ltugman and Camei'on.1 ; Reports. r-ho Shire "Treasurer reported 013 10j 2d ; SE.f £1,285 0s _-rl j '-N.:VV.;; £809 Is 3d ; S.W., lie Ti-diilwa^ Manager (MrD. G. Rattray) reported having co! for .ths pist four weeks,, .ending 2nd. May Passengers. - £135 13s Sd ;.limber, £70 8s 9J, aoods,. £140 9s '10dlive stcck, &ti.ids..B(h mails, £U. Total, £37.1 17s 9a. Weekly average, Th£ fclldwlng.'is a list of rates collected since last meeting , North-east Riding - Current, £50 18s : arrears, £5-13s; total, £56 lis-. South-east Riding—Current, #108 16s ; aurears, £4 5s : total, •" <ll3 Is. i^or.th-wc'sc Riding— pu-M enl; ,£39 17s : arrears, nil : H tp.l,. £39, 17p. sSi3iith-v.-est Ri - fig—Cur...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

tennis. The annual meeting of the local Tennis Club was hejdon Wednes day evening at Shaw's, a fuir numbcr of mernb3rs being pres ent. Mr.E. Wood was elected President; Messrs Gearing, Gr-n 'fell and Shaw vice-presidents; Captain, Mr J. T. Harvey ; Sec retary and Treasurer, iVir (J. V. Hodge.

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SCOTCH FAIR. A HUGE SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

SCOTCH FA1F?. " •A riJGGM?. ,X; gpo!i?h Fjt la, connection Villi the.'Qjanah/tflVi r/j?bvl« rian Ghu ch was hel.1 on t.io 7ui 8th and 9:h i: s s. un<hr. vary favorable conditions. On Thurs day afternoon. ■ at 3 o'dce't, •'t!l«l j <fer«irtony <w- 4.; ei'M.med i by-the Rev. G. A. SUuvari-, of Bcort, who expressed hi3 utmost pleasure at being asked to do so. The reverend ■genlljmnrr s j'd it rra?.usual to ask » Governor, a rarhamci'uiriafy r SHire Cd-Jrtfii .lor or a JusLice of the Peace to perform a ceremony of the kind. Being in an humble portion him f'elf' ,|)e, .therefore. felt exalted in. oiliciaJy declaring fb't' • Fair open. An effort of the kind ap peared necessary. Though the Church had progressed very well, extra expense was caused through fvAhe? rtftenflio/' to tl?e building, fie thought tiie ladies: itCb'or de Served it's due reward,. Judging from, the find-display of gODd and itsflfnl articles," and the . splendid efforts put forward by the...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

THE TURF. ' A profit of nearly £300 was made by the Staweli Amateur Turf Club on the annual races at Easter. .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

- SPORTING NOTES. (By " Rambler.") .'.COURSING. Charlton club opens what pro mises, to. be", a highly successful season on Way 27th and 28th, ■whea two stakes will be decided, the Opening Stakes, for all-aged dogs, and the Dabutant Stakes, for-puppies. - • - Coursing enthusiasts at Kerang intendstartingenclosure coursing., An offer has been made of 100; acres, 4 miles from the town, at " £5 per acre^. -A'committee was appointed to inquire into. the matter of a site. At a meeting of members of the Wycheproof coursing club it was agreed that for the champion meeting, to be lu'd in July, the first dog shall draw £37 and the president's three-guinea trophy, ■ runner-up £12 * 10s, •.thirdyand - fourth dogs £5 5s each. The first match of the season will ••be ? held in .-Mr R. Allan's paddocks : on May 14th.

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

I WOMEN'S INTERESTS vlly "Ambrosiuo.") (jiuun '.vill bo worn, but ab dark a.-> till: in' tivo, whdo brown is Uo'UH tl1 :,u Ijui.t a nnirl You bio a mov in tiu vor> dark shado of U-io do nog-ie, Lluil bi-oWu tliaj, is almost tilneU, ami Willi it vouches of yebow ;uu su.v: occur. The two colours iiavo an aiiinuy. riu ro will bo all t-ho browns from toto iio negro to bronze and dead leaf tints, ion know 'that with brown of a certain t.v.wly nothing luoUb bettor than old pink, a dead lea l'oso coiour, and should a brown cusuune come your way 1 advise you to havo onu of Uiu now brown Tayal hats, iliL. Hat shape Hindu nil over u high bandeau'at Uio baok and .side, and Idled 111 with brown tulic ami quantities of pink roses. J)o not yet tlio colour too pale, you want tl)o old jinilc, but too niiieh mixed with white. It is hotter to have tlio sliad in" towards vellow than whilo. Iheso are (juito girls' hat*, tho brim is tilted verv hi^h, and from it halites long end* of ribbon; tlio v...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

football ■ . lhe, lion. sec. of the Meatian club, Mr II. O Bnen; has asked me to ackno\vledge>the receipt of ' r r\ ^ a clon:itio;i ■from':Mr A. 4; yae ish, and ,£1 Is "from MrT. .0. Taylor, -v. . ' ; The sub-committee appointed by. the Qjambafcook Glub, com prising Messrs. D Kealirig, R0v GamiLhers, J. Purcell and j. ■.Wanjjan, to look lor a suitable playing ground Inv2 recominen (lecl the allotment adjoining Mr J.P«nB?n's residence at the south end (it the township,

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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PROFIT IN PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

PROFIT IN PIGS. .Mr. ,1. I'. Giilvin, Wvhong, N.S.W., lms a sow which farrowed n litter of olisveii livo months ano. Thov all liv ed, and .Mr. (Jalvin rcoi'iiUy sold nino of tlieni for £'27. The wuifrlit of tho uiuo fats was approximately 115 11). each.

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

BILLIARDS;* The tournament at Rogers' Quambatook:Hotel- was brought to a successful conclusion on Monday evening. In ,the third round A Prest /' 0) gbhcl:) ' beat L. Radnell, .10 on ; D. Bjirry 30 olid., beat T. Pnestlvf scr/ A Pi-esfc won. the .ftna) from Barry~ by 87, and also pul up the win- ' riin'g break of 53. • - • - - •

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THE ENSILAGE STACK. THE QUESTIONS OF SIZE, MATERIAL, AND CURING. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

THE ENSILAGE STACK. TIIK yUKSTlUNS OL'' SIZ10, JlA TKJUAIj, AND OUIUNG. When the dairy farmer decides to make ail ensilage stack ho should se lect a level silo and sot out tho .stack square. rather tlian oblong, so uh to have the greatest capacity with tho Ifast exposure to tho atmosphere. K ir, t tho .sides of tho stack that tho waste oecur>. The stack-bottom should he Jinn. Cut sutHcieni grass or other ero|> to provide material to make a lajvr Oft. to bi't. tiiick. Cart the grills as soon as mown and linn this as .-mm as possible, remembering that the u»uai prooess of .stack-building i« rev r>ed in eiisilugo-uiaking, for tho sides must ho higher than tho centre, and a damp or wet day is rather bettor than a dry one. When the whole has settled these sides should he as dense as the rest of tho stack; for, with the exclusion of air, waste i» avoided. The following day the first layer will have heated to probably 1H0 dog. Jj\ ; then a further quantity should bo cut, and suffi...

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