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THE LUCERNE-SOWING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

THE LUCERNE-SOWiNG SEASON. j " Kvery wheatgrower uliouhl ha\ lucerne on his farm if lie Jins a .-nil able pi< eo uJ laud al all," >aid .1 we!; !v OW.l I'U'lHi'r iiiiL :ivi; bu» lj, ilig : ilii t :i.' must i:ij!. !•.- i t;, .t r J«.-J as suggesting that- every farmer mould grow lucerne hay for the metropolitan market. i<11* a little study of the sta tist ics of thu crop showsthat it dors not require a. very largo increase ' in production to depress prices to tho unprofitable point, lncreao 111 tho ait.1 under lucerne has been achieved in 1 he past- ten ur fifteen years by a series 01 advances ami retreats. Jk lueeu tho years and 1910, for instance, (here was a steady increase from •13,o0i) acres of lucerne to IWjUOU aero, the high prices otiering for hay <luting I'JUS no doubt inducing grow ers to extend. Tlie increased pro d noti<>11 in 1!)10, however, aided by a goinl M'axm, reduecd prices, and thus all.eted t.no sowings m i!)ll and...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOME POINTERS IN THE CARE OF PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

SOME POINTERS IN THE CARE OF PIGS. Tho essentials of mi environment suitablo for breediug animals are .such as u'ill afford them ail abundance ul sunlight, fresh air and exerciso during tliu day, and waimth and freedom from dampness at night. During tho sum hut mouths tho hollaing proolem is an oa.sy olio; and thai of providing rung; ;> more diilicull because it involve lend rig. and for this reason too many pig-growun> fail to provide MiUicien*. range to derivo tho greatest possible beneiit lrom it. There are no rules for determining tile acrvagc nce^sary to pasture a given number of pigs. HuinfalJ, t]j«» nauire ul tho soil, tdlage, amount of grain fed, aro a/I factor* that enter into tho problem. In most parts of tho province ono-luilC aero of well culti vated laud sown to a suitable forag'j crop will bo Millieiont lo pasture one biood sow and her progeny of seven pig>. Tho amount 01 giaiu that .should bo it<1 in addition to the forage 11ms .-applied will vary ...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WEIGHT OF A HAYSTACK. A SIMPLE METHOD OF APPROXIMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 13 May 1914

THE WEIGHT OF A HAYSTACK. A SLMPljE MIOTHOL Ul« \Pi J JX1 MATiON. . iii ascertaining the number of torts of hay in a stack, .many farmers 'rely upon mere guesswork, but something near the approximate weight wny/ be obtained if the length and width bo measured, and then a iapo passed froni ihv bottom of iho stack oh oao sido to the. botumi on the other side, and thi> measurement, which lb called tho overthrow, and the answer will -give tho number of cubic feet in tho stack. Of course, it tlio stael: has different width* or different heights, measure ments will have to be taken in several placrs, the. average of these being ob tained by adding thorn together and di viding by the number of measurements made. Tho number of cubic feet of hay per ton varies considerably with the length of time that it has been stacked. With newly stacked hay it/ will take about oOO cubic feet to equal a ton, and if it has been stacked for two or three months, from 350^to.<100 feet . After th...

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

IN MEMORIAM. HUDSON - In loving remembrance of my beloved husband and our dear father, Fredrick Hudson, who passed away on 12th May, 1913, at Quamba took.         Father is gone, but not forgotten, Nor is the good advice he gave,   Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger, Round our darling father's grave.   Inserted by his loving wife, daughters, sons, and sons-in-law.

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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ROLLER SKATES IN POSTAL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

ROLLER SKATES IN POSTAL ■ SERVICE. Kullcr-skatiiij! (says' / "Olmmbors's Journal") Is generally regarded: as . a pastime, hut r-he United .States Gov ernment lias found it very' useful in tlie postal<service.Vi111n one of 1 ho large post-oilices in Chicago tho post . men storbHhoir uniforms, Ijaj^H, and other requisites ill the basement. There are: 1400 lockers in an irpart r'as astt ments during' the riish hours imposed a severe task oil the clerks. In order to facilitate the work .the chief ol' th department suggested that the cl.Tl; should itso roJloi-.skalrs, .«-o that 'h<y could traverse the Hour -juiHvly nn<_: with loss fatigue. The omjiiuy soon eamo to appm:inl«» 'ho innova tion, a.s it also efl'oetid a wo'coine n - duotiun in tlii* uu:ir and 1 oar of boot leather. The experiment prov«d a oomploto sueoe.ss., beeaiiso tho ti'-rkh equipped with ihi' .skater ji« ? V..i humi their rlu'i'kin^; duties in ;i (piarl*-r «>l tho tinn l'i»nnrrly *hm»i...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OVERWHELMED BY THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

OVERWHELMED BY THE SEA. A strangely romantic, interest atta ches to certain records of the old town of Dunwich, which have been oxauinied for the first time and summarised -in the jsovo.nt.il volume of the Historical Manuscripts Commission's import ».a .Manuscripts in A'arious Collections, published recently.. Dunwich has gradually .perished be fore the tueimtous wf the North Sea UM to day only one ruined, church of the seven which it once possessed remains. But its old registers, beginning in lijflo, have been preserved *Mn a massive,' curiously painted iron chest, of which the ponderous lid, when Jet down, auto* matically closes the lour bolts of a lock, of which the key can only be turned with the help of an iron bar." Tho chest is traditionally believed to have been washed up on Dumvich beach from some wrecked vessel, and is now Jcept in the,village reading-room. Jji J5!h) four fishermen were sharply Jined for going to sea on Suuday, li con trary to the laws of (Jod and of this ...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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CHAPTER XVI. THE COMING STORM. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

CliAJ'TISR XVI. TJ1K C.O.MING STOIt.M. "What art: .vou, Unit von should m-h '';.i - iouct: wo?— j- r. Wha|. ovil Jii.vi: I Yoll ilttvt: cvur my iulo, yuu li;> \«: ami liultl iiu- in V:t>i11- toils, Yi;l, () lilt:! J raiinoL live you uit'h your lev.'is mill turmoils." Another M'iisoii patted awav. and Oc tober had comic round a^ain. will. )i r heavy skio.V and cuiiManl rain, ami I ho earth hurt? ili»- inoiinnn) a>-jj<.ct ol grout uHo %\!»<»..♦* v;iM Ulu flilioci'f)t iloatl lloivcr:, ;iml wither* i-0 lea vi'.s and Mvot'i oms ul i.lio ku minor had all ho<jjj i-ust. Mad wea ther ha.s, u»> all Know, a ;/roat d'al to , ansuc* lor -th'Mo arc more Miieide.s, failures, and murders during the dreary months of Ihv .war; and (,'olonel Sla ■ Wit, who had boon fighting liard all tho summer against gathering debt. and depression, suddenly broke down alto gether in li<?aJth oncl spirits—this dark October when the .Philistines, in the i form of...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XV (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

I A SERIAL STORY BY i ANNABEL GfiAY. ClLAI'TEli. XV (Continued.} •'It does, uutcodl" slio said, .-.truck \vil!i itis milliner. "Now, if" you, All's, ijtaiuor, wcro i.iiiiir .salisli'-ii with liOonurd's deoi>csl lovu, vuu would not hit- hore, day alter iiour ftftor hour, with only books iii'your solaco." „ '•Wo may coutinuo art m heaven, she said H'lBti'uily, but hlio crimsoned ami clasped her hands. .Long had she pondered on Uio curi ous anomalies, injustices, and ironies of lifo. Silo uiigUI; bo lonely, bo.oven forsaken; but hero, on tins now t iro.-> liuld of art, she could .talcu her plauo; hero at least was an am, and repose must coiuo. Somo word atllatus. lu atol«n into lior bruin. . , , "By tlio way, hnvo you read lllt*c, translations o! Saline1'12 1 '011^ h« asked. , „ ""Vos! Tlioy are crude. "Schmertr. is uo styhbt; but ••'I''10 is iinnKsnso dopih mid originality in nis Do you—do you think Leonard is changed:"' shoasked, soltly, after i pauso. Sho knew then why had len...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES AND MORTGAGE CO, LTD. WOOL WAREHOUSES, 573 to 579 COLLINS STREET., MELBOURNE. WOOLanTGRAIN AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SK1N3. TALLOW AND GRAIN WEEKLY. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES OX THF. ENSUING CLIP OP WOOL For Sale in Melbourne or Shipment to London. The. Company act Strictly as Sellins; Brokers. ADVANCES ON GRAIN. YOU MAY REST ASSURED tta Eeedum's PiHs will be of jrc*t service to you if your stonuch is out of ordcf or your liver is stuff ish. The conditions of life in these days we so strenuous th*S nearly everybody is it times, overtaken by various derangements of the digestive eri*ns. Even the strongest and healthiest occasionally require a little corrective medicine. It is worth remembering that thousands of people have proved thai BEECHAM'S PILLS ^et&y exert k curative effect upon the disturbed organs and restore them to tfaif MRSiJ heahhy state. This splendid preparation has a world-wide reputation fof nlicvinf the ailments arhinf from ssomach and ...

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Wheat at Williamstown. ALL RECORDS BROKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

Wheat at Wiliiamstowrj; ' ALL RECORDS B30KE.V. •The \vheatshippirigsea3on, now practi cally closed as far as L'jd annual lush is concerned, has been an extremely ousy one at Williamstown. All previous rec ords have been broken. Approximately -the season's wheat yield was 30,000,000 bushels, and, allowing one-thirdof that total for home consumption, 20,000,000 bushels remained available for export. Of - this; 10,181,769- bushels have been shipped from .'Villlam3town, and largo I quantities still ^remain stacked in stores and yards. The season's wheat arrived atiJVilliamstowh ahead of the ships, and for" a time there appeared to be the danger; of a blockage, but, as ship arrived speedily afterwards — so speedil indeed, that the berthing accommodation proved quite insullicient—the wheat was rapidly loaded. Better work could have been done," and much double handling avoided, if there were at Williamstown, not only more accommodation for shipping, but more lines of rails on the piers. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

IN THE LAND OF THE GOLDEN WEST THE PUBLIC SWEAR BY Mr. JOSEPH SCATTINI, Forest Inspector, { Vest A us iralian Timber Co., Bulong, writes: CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. , "I speak of tic benefits received from your splendid insdicifle, CLEMENTS TONiC. About twelve months ago my health was very poor, my ii7«r out of order, I was a MARTYR TO HEADACHES, day after day for months. My kidneys were also affected, ri Cituroa intense pain, and MY B NERVES WENT TO PIECES | COMPLETELY. I was for six ft months like this, going from y bad to worse. I made every i effort to get better and had taken medicines without any benefit. A friend from Victoria — loud in bis praise of Clements 1 Tonic-was SURE IT WOULD jj CURE ME. 1 have taken five | bottles of that medicine and | have neither pain nor ache, and | never felt better in my life. I JOSEPH SCATTINI." 3 There is scarcely nay rnnlicine in Aus ; tr.-.lla th.it entnjuicUly Imilil up the system .vu*r health 1ms been s-hauered. For l.^OMNU, M-RVOUS BK K A KDOW...

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Our State School. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

Our Siate School. z-m er Insprcuon and ••examina* w:l r*; tion of'scholars at the loaalSta'e '.kschool last weak, Insp:cto.' Rus sell reported most favorably i ; ■ .in I ho p ,urss ef Ills _ - Sui'i\mai;y lie slated : — ' Gro.ii's—Very gooi and in fins PwWr<.. .The J>:.cjctn,t head, jj jauh- r n-is t.jucio cD.iimciiuablo improve'*' ......... ni..(Uh. 'dsn and a2r.ctltu1.il • %U»ts sincc h'j took'chai'ge.: Neat • - -urden pbts aro laid-out," Tho \ -g'l iealun-a] (e:{pefim;-!Kalj plots. ..i,v ^.uvfullv sc.vn,.l:il5jilc(l, &c. 'no w\>rk in this subject is made . ^t.^t educative. Huihings.-~Very good.The • wan preser.Cs a very tidy and i.L'.iactive appearance. The very ■: ■ lojjkjjf.thc interior is, evidence ^.Jiujeh interest:.... DacorStiotts aio of a supen'oivquality. Some fino-framed pictures' were-added i : v last .year by local effort, and these are supplemented l.-y' others be lousing to the'.haad teacher. ; Tdacllilig'B'.iarls. ;ind dc-ficas are hiimerous...

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THE FOOTBALL SEASON THIRD ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

j THE FOOTBALL SEASON Third Round. July 18—Quambataok v. Oakvale.' Meatian v. Ultima. July 25 -Ultima v. Quambatook. Meatian v. OakvaIc(Lalboi-t) Aug. 1—Quambatook v. Meatian Oakvale v. Ultima. Semi-finals and finals to be played on O'Junibatook ground.

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A Salutary Measure. CREAM CANS DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

A Salutary Measure. CREAM CANS DESTROYED. An inspector has recently being . t-oinfc the rounds of "the State in" : search of faulty cream cans, and when ha .alights ,on same his 'u-thoils are efficacious if rather summary. The latest plaint is l'rcm Echuca, where he inflicted deep gashes in the cans with an axe to indicate where new sec ■ tions of tinware rriisht: be desir able. .The owners, on calling at the various-depots for their cans,, were much chagrined to find the -it-T.sils so much battered, and •frvvapttlvels-huriecl-at.the "powers i^at be" v.Oire qu'to unfit for : -.'itil.He.ition. The. drastic nature , the p.0M>c<Hn',s Ms eausea .•"ns-iderable comment. Naturally s.-:-; rue .butter factory managers sympathise,twith the owners of the cans;'"but would probably j.lciul guilty to any assertion that -vioine ot the cream receptacles ■■■• trt'd outlived Ihmc. usefulness v: ■; i he consensus of opinio.-, how-. evu\ exists thutth? ofli^arshould ha\e Riven some 11 dic...

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Cyling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

iyc.inj nrt:} Notes, A prole:t li.is been lodged with the )jh!o? Ribbv Cj. by tiia Granville •vs-jA'i C'iitj, Sydiay, (whoso team of ri! rj li.llo'lal ;>? fourth in Iho mnatiti :r<f. llii 9.vd trj Nbvsri i-.ihjr'js Cyjii? Ctuo's tc-.inJ T •.warded the fii'3t pri/.a in co.'inorrtbn with !ltj .i<»:jn'ly finnhed 1 O'i miie.s i'e im i R ilay L )ti I which was op >n , to all Austra'adan cyjffilsf olnty. On {'to last tliy of t'i2 compjttUM t<n ridiTa of t:o Nxrthar.i S'.i-iti: (V;i > j (ivdnsjf) roaorda.i th • s i;on Hrl 'i n • 1 hrj, Sniiai K»?f»a». I or ;ho ' : • .t, .r about -19 m'b3 from Sy-dnn. i alleged by tho Gra vl la Ctu . : . t ronaiicib said ,i>.vn 1).- c'a-. il > I —t ' £ 11) ; ,; 1 ' iilj ■ Ms .nljv/ad-w :' ■ •■>. tt.l-/ tfrn .tii, :n. h c -o' -.-a ri lo • war.- > ' ; ' v c s s du.-in ; ,.i ra3p2cti--u l'cf.ay.". Th; matta.- i; . ,, ifivjst j uy tfra pmi > • '•vi-H o in arror in Ma.»• a; i nil • , !Vin: P O'fm's tOmile....

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LALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

LALBERT, [FromiiA,'Correspondent.] : . A voty "enjoy nb'e evening was sp-nt f t tho cpcninp qL the g IE 1 i-ks 01 \7<.dn<»,d..y. .In tb" unsvon'n'ilt!. c.b fcvi» cf tho rr.schut, •Mr(L3tchej 'x ' dc Saved the lin'ts open. "A Mi: oj Four s'.-!-; ■touvnomcnt \vu3 ployed, forwnicli f! pro wcioiScn'ii'B. Th) \vimi.1)'; of M» Jropliy wtio Mr ISuirch'er mid Mts.i. >V Mu'm, \.'i.o*c ,c ml icrd-53-iGl. (i,i<or pord l tn's 1 .wdul in v.eie Jr - ,ird Mi» Cio-it, Ol'-J-SO; J. 1' 1 o !y an 1 Mi'fl 1a lull}. Ui 11 51 ; 1 oJill' 8 ai.d •* Mrs Ingi.,ir>, U I 0(5: C\ Pnmloi' «rd ? j n DfipKrh. 7i-!--5J: J'. E-r.-u do Rid <;» ha V. liolly, G7 7-0 An nipioacli wini otfi.'cn for In luc v.'aa I'oldicr i trophy d-matcd by tin Prtsl v. dint. : This wnvwen by Mis Ingram.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

Oh ! AriXpar'tti'ii ixirlvj./t'j.Y.. •Vi'lKM mm i i f>i ni'V 1 >v^:i' '' •tl'ft.j.skies-aw :i.; i bin lifa.-ij.jonj.' U .-Jit t Pj j);jo 7,11 ;n t C j i'o.

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Correspondence. SEVERANCE. TO THE EDITOR QUAMBATOOK TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

Co/Tdsprjndsnco. flFA'EffAJJGfl, ' To th3. Editor quambatook Times. I Sih.—Just a line.or two aneut I the aj? jyc. Jn yoiiv colum is from litib to ling I. iiafe \\Tk5iHl at m )5t.exhaustive]/ on this s.ibj3ct, fi|id am Tuir'.y,nnpplusioi at' the: do, lo.-Ab'o r fth/; esistjn.DfyJ3 • p6 Jting ;'a• tj le'alfon. o» yii-ih-'vital. an 1 p '.r.urnunt hi.nrtmc?. I* it tl a-. the ■ i-mli;ih!o <VV,f the " Oc.!-o::m" r.vir/o r>'s i'li c ur fjratiflof]; oi' tli it, tHs . " Oni-oj'ed 'r*;Tnlifis':-,.ji.a<a.s^irJ.'l r.itjp ly ifi i subsff/ient obsJiond.'i or h u tb at: n■jole'oess of character of t! 6 ti'uo citizen Cjiristian whic'i > engenders unanimity that is want:! ing ? l am of opinion it is about tirrie finality rir soma definite un fiar.stanciing; ■ was reached; and, oarsoiiilly, 1 would \ve!(=omo it. It' n thin it is worth having it is worth fighting- for, and I am pre p.ir?d to forjro ah-md. but, if existing conditions are all that is duSiCed, then it is wast...

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After Many Years. INHERITS A FORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

After''KSariy Years. IisHi^KlTS A I'IOUTUInE, | Donald Cameiv.n, whrsc whereabouts j have been unhuj'.vn to li:a ul:uivo3 in Scotland tor the immense Ktrearh of 71 years,'was last week located in Qaeerts- ' land. On April llih an advertisement was uw-sried in a SMbraras nj'w-jpapor; inquiring for tiia>hsrjAboats of Donald Civmerjn, soa.o^' town C-iro iron, .who emigra'oil to Aiisthilia in 1B-IQ; and v/a* lu'l'suai.'d. to..!;x,v ma-i.; hi» vrav lo the gold digging in:' Uia ■uai-'.y . aid wor-ce.l a; a uiiasr-'afc l.S".I!a'rat. A Cew dayi aft w this • tt-.tveiniiom?nt appeared iUr Kuv/a:\l Tayiei,: of the. I .eider, Prlntin.-f' Wor&v ••t'.utfcmains; wrote s'tatin.T ho pie'-tid sip a letter •m thi roadside. n:v.r TarrrJale over 30 a..; \ It.ii,it':n'»er 17, li).\ aad \va; iVaai Fo.-t Widiani, in Scotland. It a l.i:\.;;.'.l to Donald' Cameron, and whs sJ^a..l' !>.y. iiii. sister Margaret,and ie:e:ve.I la Ha kept tho leUor a ; a'cariuaUy.Th? heirs to Domii Camuron'- ap;iiio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

r.mi >n m 11 n i\i. lm{j Stock and Ration Agents. MELBOURNE OFFICE, 4C3 Collins Street. Branches: QuamiiaTOOK, Iioort, Charlton, Wych proof, Kerang, Swan Hill, and liarham (N.S.W.) Auctioneer' N otice. \ ED. TRENCHftftD & CO. B^ssasresisK"; branch of then-business m Qunmbatook. They have purchased a block adjoining the trucking yards, they are erecting Good and Con\cni<-nt Yards in which they will hold regular ^Thi^vill be pleased to order trucks for Fat Stock for Newmarket, and iuperintond the loading of Stock, and will also supply latest infovmahon on the markets. ^ g DUNSTANi _ Quambatook ^ ffiMWffiTTffitt SALE. :TImrss3ay, May. SI • 771 DWARD TRENGHARD & CO. will 11j hold their usual Stock Sale in their new va-i as above, when they wi! yard f Sheep, Cattle, Horses, &c. Spscia! Entries for Next. Stock Sale. ' FinmiKR Entries Invited. EDWARD TRENCIIARD & Co. Quambatook. Laibert Stock Sale. fg 1H05IAS MORBOW & Co. will hold J. t...

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