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

BSCT B HE Cafe, BESIRES to notify the public of Quambatook and district that they have purchased the business of Mr B. Costa, and hope to hav< a continuance of the support accorded him. ALL FRESH DAILY. . WE GUARANTEECUSTOMERS THAT IT.IS ALWAYS FRESH. h BIG ALLGVtSHCE Mf.BE OH fflUlT BY THE CASE FGH JAM KAK1N8, &o. '■ -> " SUMMER DR5WKS AND ^CORDjALS-ALL. Kt^DS. • -T' 'Lofoten1oilPles, Tea or OoffcoV DURING THE ■■SUMMER MONTHS'ALL CONFECTIONERY .. WILL BE KEPT INSIDE. ; WHOLESALE AND" RETAIL ORDERS TAKEN for Large "and Small Quantities in every lino. Give the FEDERAL. OAFS a trial :uic! you will have ever}' civility and,attention. Modeiate Prices for everything. ?! 5 « herl Psy. Ltil Tailors, Hatters asid Mercers, FO0TSCR&Y. (Best'Place for a Suit of Clothes ^ or a correct Highland cos-jn s. tume. Samples and self-H (' measurement charts sentS 1 everywhere. Correspondence^! v." rt-tnvffeti: ; E. Blacks mith. R Wheelwiightj Etc Quambatook. Horses CarefuH...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General News. Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

local and Genera! Haws. Personal. The engagement is announced of Mr Don de Gwai McDonald, eldest son of Mr Donalcl McDon ald, lona station, Darling Downs, (Queensland, to Miss Annie llileen Skewesj third daughter of Mr Jartles.skewes, 'Edenhope tfarm,' Chilli n sol lah. ' • The Weather; Depression is a word which is not synonymous with anything pleasant in everyday life, but, speaking astronomically, it is a harbinger of good. The "de pression " under the latter category came into evidence on Saturday evening locally, and also on Sunday r.i^ht soma light and refreshing showers fell. The total, as recorded at the local observatory, was 16 points. Monday was threatening, but only a couple of points were added. That night a sharp frost occurred, and Tuesday broke beamingly, with a most pleasant day accruing. - The Liberal Six. The balloting for the selection of six Senatorial candidates for the Liberal vote at the next Federal elections resulted in Senator M'Coll, Mr W. HrEdgar, Mr J. ...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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THE Quambatook Times. OUR MOTTO: "Truth is great, and will prevail." WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

->«a-T H E -wt- • sail! OUR MOTTO I " Truth is great, and toiH {/rtvarl? WEDNESDAY, SMA'f 2), idl4s . The existing Quambatook and I District Progress Association was Inaugurated on the 20th Novem ber, 1913, at the initiative of some prominent townspeople, with ML' A. E. Ad am th watte, J.P., as President, and much water has flowed under the bridge during that comparatively sliot't space of time. Sis meetings have been held, and a deal of good work accomplished, yet there is much waiting to be undertaken. The wheels of Government Depart ments grind., slowly like unto •those of the gods,'and the. simile can be carried further—they also grind exceeding small. Much correspondence has ensued over the question of a subway at the railway station, the ultimate is sue to be a Confertnce by a strong deputation with the Commission ers when on their next periodical visit to these northern climes. It cannot be gainsayed but that the present mode of crossing the line is dangerous in the extrem...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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HOME V. COLONIAL LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

HOME V. COLONIAL LAND. Mr. Primrose MeConneU writes in tho London "Dairy";—There is at tlio present. limn a truiucndou.i amount of literature issued eoneti'ning investments in hind in tho colonics. One point which muuUs out, however, is that land at llouiv, compared with any elsewhere, i* comparatively cheap. . One reads of tauii* LM-iing irom ,-cao to £ttO per acre in ;\i'W Zealand, of i'rtiil farms in Bri tish Columbia wliich aro worth from i'2U to £3U, and of even "homestead" farm*, wnich have only, as it wore, got a bare dwelling-house and wire fence, being worth anything up to £5 per aero. Now good farm land at Home, right in tho centre of civilisation, with a full equipment "which it lias fcttken genera tions to accomplish, can be bad at £20 per acre. It can easily be seen, there fore, that there is no comparison be tween the two. Why'should auy.body go out to the wilds,,of JJritish Colum bia or Australia or anywhere else, and pay £20 or £30 for a decent rarni, when they can, ...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Sympathetic Farmers. NEIGHBOR's CROP SOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

Sympathetic Far.iisrs. NEIGHBOR S CROP'SDVv'N. An-ex.vn»!e of t:.:> sv.jn I'.hotis nature of lii'j.IJa n i > l - i t „il hist c u i i i soniblid ti' ta':o part in a ~ vri;:n r bos for t,?.o parp.i.-e ■}{•[ul;.U;- in a stop on t'as firm of Mr. II. L. Butwhaai, nu-ar Laic lilndinrsh. Mr. Bjn h/ini iivi boonun 'ablo to'-farm Kb land ih'.j *-a.uri through sickness. Ihj "Herald" says that a'. 7.^0 a. m. t!ir.' j teams h :■!! up. lni' t:i-j ::i;iia cy.'a* ■:!»: no: start <>pjr atkins till' h«l-.v.'en 5* r.nilO o'clo;!;. Onao the team* ipt <:n;< at an etun pad everything went oii; sv.'invnins'y, and, indeed ,U>« lda:I "soana 1- to he in tht knb?.',-.'for it tuVhsd tfcxja asurprld 1? manner, and th>:o v.v.s a:'1, th > -sMjrhtoa: liit/n, the;;cn;r.'.l sw.k-v'i (Mr. *K.W. U.v.-m) ({'.r-srAi.T tYi drive?! t) the var icrjs !a;:ili!iTi with d j-j'-;-v: >;•;< '.'.'•rision. Hy V.UU u'Jii: beiw-.vr. aa'i 5) aeres hid hi.'jn bat in , j...

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BEST DRESSED ROYAL LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

BEST DRESSED ROYAL LADY. Aii enterprising Belgian journal has made inquiries as to the amount ex pended annually by Koyal ladies on their toilettes, and has found the fol lowing facts, says the "Evening Stan dard." Queen Victoria of Spain esisily takes the first place as the best dressed Koyal Jady. She obtains all ! her dresses from Paris, and has to pay ! over to the great Arms of the line do ! la Paix a sum of no less than ££000 i a year. The German ftmpress has ' all her dresses made in Berlin, at ft ! cost not far below: £4000. ,An equal ! stun is expended by the Czarina, who i dresses in private very simply, and | only goes in for expensive robes on i State and festival occasions, which, however, are 7iot frequent in view of the retired life of the Russian Im perial family^ The same sum repre sents the cost of dresses to the wife og M. Poincare. Queen Elena of : Italy spends only about £3200 a y»\ir, whiic the dress budget of Queen Eliza beth of IHgium docs not exeoed £2000. H...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Kerong Vale Station. £10,000 TO BE EXPENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

s-S ha. Uars. X!'V:>00 TO. Ttiv'-EXPSM D. A«t iiolct). ()j wut>. y j-'io IHH.' thv afTo, • exteiii.vc m ,a e il ia :ft'-!ctod at the Kown^ v'u'i .rail ra at iiio.i with'• the ■■ vie.v of a(To ill g W^d.'r f.isi it'eJ for th; ll niinj i the ever-ex ;an Iinpj.tralic srths lin'S tj £ea Li' !> (■■srvjKii Uiirltin nr.c iVych •p-oof. an;! i<> - i'T -la vi; lis ii't, Qna'nbnl > <!c ■ :i":« J u.ti.na — h Vi. ■;liUiro on 'IhV'l works . wiii m^lv r« wnrf of ovei £4 1,003, so ;ui u.. n- - tta'n.'-i of tin vast unp/ov.-meats. Tri'j sAmio w.« i. . • lailti •- « buin tnaintajried lhr«i?I»ut. A con iIiIji'.mIj ar;a j( lan i was a ruaiw;! t uxt :n:l th ! ya;-i i'l n ; i w'X.fiis'. .vith- a vi'.ith of 5.)') Co • This spaie sv.':j •ij<';tf.to,an isl tntl p!a: for.n t}:>0 foot long by faj Wc* yt,.U. : which will b> crystal b-nkinx .>a? e;L>' rt'ffJ'h'Tiont rooms air' valotH v/astiiljf r'jjnn. marshalling yanU to up" \j tils. • itatior yarJ?, ...

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

■' 4 VJRSE~'''"MAXTED, DIPLOMA, LONDON, '' 1 YEARS' Hospital Experiences, J treats nil diseases in both men i women, no matter how long stand Sufferers, avoid operations ; con mo without delay. Delay is <Jan •13 to vour complaint. Destitute j treated free of charge. is nko Private Home for Midwifery, onts before, •> after, nnd during uchement. ; Board Moderate ■ ^ £3 3s. Doctors in attendance. ;aly private. Country trains met if o:amp envelope for reply. "Charlton," Burgess St., AUBURN, MELBOURNE. .ne, 1242, Hawthorn. Bencligo's ■. Premier CATERER. W. H HEED, „00> Hargreaves Street. -"■■■.pplies forwarded for nil Northern • >s--i-ict functions—Balls, picnics, wcil i, ;3, clwrch nnd scliool fetes. .iroti rem our bride cakes v;sit Kites'Tea Rooms when in Ben, T - □ James Woods, • MCTICAL BOOTMAKER, i'OCKS all kinds of I indies', Gcnt.'s ^ auci CiiiMieus' Fcjlv-'owr. .Supplies all wauls Makes to ail measures. Prompt Repairing. Ton don't have to pare your foot .v ,ve...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (From Our Special C#rre«j>»»<IeAt). nCrtli tlio failure t or efforts to , , urease by immigration the population if Australia to something like what I# needed, it should bo natural to expocfc that moro attention be given to con burvo tho home-grown product. In spite 'periodical disclosures in con nection with infant. mortality, calculat ed to awaken tbo indignation and com passion of tlio most callously indifferent) oitisseu, there is still a. waste of valu able child lifo that is worse <than criinj iml. Tho iguorauco and'neglect which losos for tho State tlio lives of many jufaiits boru uuder tiio conventional conditions, is deplorable. There is uo reason at all why mothers, young or , otherwise, should not bo acquaintod with what is required to raiso healthy ehildrou. Eduoation upon tlio rigus linos is readily onough obtainable, hut ; such is tbo iudifferencc, or laziness, or j general lack oT imtiativo, that hun dreds of infants which hav...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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State Politics. EARLY ELECTION LIKELY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

State Politics. EARLY ELECTION LIKELY. The Premier (Mr Watt) has announced chat the State Parlia ment -will re-assemble on June 24th. As it id probable that the general election, will be fixed for some Lime in September, the session .-is-hafcjiy-. likely to last: bnger than the first week in August. Liberal members whose constituents are being assiduously wooed by Labor candidates will be anxious to leave for their tl jetoraces as early as possible, i'ne 'increase r;o£' 100,000- electors effected by thecompuisory can vass nitty or may not ali'ect tiie balance of representation, but members of the boroughs for which the increase has been largest will naturally not be clispos:;d to take ris ;s. ' Three Liberal members have definitely decided not to-" seek re-election. They are Mr E. H. Cameron: (tlib'"father' of ' the House), Mr George Graham (formerly Minister l'or Agricul ture), and Mr J. Thomson (e honorary Minister). Mr Mem brey,: Liberal member for Jika Jika, who also recently an...

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Federal Politics. MR IRVINE ON REVELATIONS. OUR MEMBER ELOQUENT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

Feierai Politics. | MR IRVINE ON REVEL\TI0N8. j OUR' MSMBriK iiLOyUffSI'A in moving the saco.nl .rea iing f>f the • Preference- ; Bill; the Attbiiiey-CJefieTal f.Vu' W,. JI. Irvine) eonc'udid a-stro.ig light ing sp:e:Ii by compa in* ±he Jltfbnr .party bead;'in the .Reviliitio: s, that-.itad arid,sj)3ko.lilv'j.►tli'di'> . ''V u. U as.odul a? vj '.' o.<- ch.' ia'.u- - j^t!b9Ji'h'Hll^hv9.. tut . i-i.i.; ..0-. ■Th6 . ActorMey-ri.'fl- nU -LiU-ihon aistf, .btft lie ■\6 i: 0:1 lOQ'l > flVV this lieasf, eaifsYl ;ilI, b.»ui din and. givar., rich and poir, i'r 8 and bu.u.d, to receive a mark in tii'jir.riff.it. h:irj i, p: on clieir tore head. and deer jeti ;i'<C til to none should buy or sell save those that had the mark or the name of the beast, cr life nifmberofiiisimme. " Tnat," interjeote I Mr again, "sounds lie the B.ef Trust." After Mr <i-; e- Mai j aprain' put the Opposition vte.v of tiie L*:li; I'pjn the lin?3 laid do.vn during tne deoate u'p...

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

For Bronchial Coujha, tiko , Woods' Great Peppermint -Cure. 1/0

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Wheat on Roadside. EXPENSIVE TO FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

Wheat 6ri Roadside. EXPENSIVE TO FARMER.: : In theCounty Court, Melbourne, on Monday, JudgeMobile delivered his reserved judgment in the case of Mai)nan versus .UcLarty.. Jo in Hannan, of Swan Hill, farmer, Had claimed £209 1V0111 Alex .Duncan MeL/arty, of '"'Yarrabes, farmer, for the loss o/four horses and injury to live other horsts, due, it was claimed, 10 Iho wrong ful 'T.es of Aie.U rfcy .in ;leaviiig wheat unattended on illj roadside; •In delivering judgment' his Hoiior said he found,' as; a' fact, that tfanniinlud i:od known that •tha to Kh-of-'." wheat had be?n l ilt on ti'.o hi»'hwa.v. ' ..Ii lie luutlud that knowledge ho would have vuluntarilv incurrisd tlief risk of injury, and eou.cl i;o;havo been hoard as to co i"pi int ilannan had saU'ere:! injury. thiY.u^h the wror.;? cioing.ot i\lcL.U'cjvaad was cr.;itlad ih.-refo:b to' dr.liaucs,' . winch- lie eslimatcd'aMslliO. A; stay of proceedings for 14 days was granted".

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

COURSING. As a result of the running at last Wednesday's opening meet of the Kerang Coursing Club, a match will eventuate this after noon in Mr James Cameron's paddocks, best two courses out of three, between Mr T. Djnstan's Honest Lady and Mr Roy Car ruthers' Quambatco'c Girl. The National Coursi ig~ C!ub has at last lmvedin illi matter of the "doping" of coursing dog*, "and stringent penalties are now" provided for. Speaking recently on this head Mr S. Green, one of the most enthusiastic supporters of cours ing in Australia, who gives £100 yearly towards the Waterloo C-ip, threatened .that, unless the prac tice of doping dogs was abolished, he would withdraw his interest and support. Mr Green said":— '''I strongly object to the prac tice of doping dogs, which is almost universal throughout Aus tralia, and the' rules must be stringently enforced for its pre. vention. Doping is not going to improve the breed of our grey hounds, and, if the use of thes. drugs be continued, we are goi...

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SPORTING NOTES. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

SPG.TTiNG NOTES. (By "Rambler.") THE TURF. At the meeting of the Barhanl Picnic Race Club last Wednesday Miss Coli^i was made favorite for the Handicap, but, during the course of the race, she stum bled and fell, giving her joakcy (L. Webb) it l3?.d spill. The event went to Giitdss, with Sir Laehhn arid , Brown Rous fillirig the places. Hindoo came down at the same spot as Miss Colin in the Trial, and gave young Peaco:k a nasty shaking. The Forced Handicap provided an exciting finish, Bessemore winning by half-a-head, with Ashworth and Brown Roue a dead h:at for second place. Sir Lach lan (the last horse) was only half-a-length away.

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (IJ\; "Kuslit'tis.") 11 is plain that- iliu investigations ot tho Closer Settlement Commission aro going to bring about sumo tiiMigre^nblo n■voiiitiuii.s a?> to tho manner in which Lliu important buainc&s of settling tho land has been conducted, it cannot by said that tho revelation Of tho fact that there has boon egregious bungling—to put it mildly—-will occasion surprise. I'iio existence ol that lucL lias beeu knowjj for years. lint most people would hardly credit itho extent ot tlint bungling, even as revealed by tho entry, of the Commission upon tho fnngo of ;; .enquiry. A few dotuils published to Alio conditions found by tho Com mission on too Jirst property .visited-1—' tho AlJumbw'O instate—aro illuminating. Theyservo to givo an idea - of . what la to come. Allanibee Estatco eontaius 502!J acres, and was built 'up by pur chasers from thirteen 'adjoining land owners. Tiie"average prieo paid per aero was .Cti/G/4, tho total purchu.so moucy,l includi...

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

For Chronic'Ohsft Oomplalnt.i, C.Woods' GrsafcPw'ppjrailnt Cure. 1/3

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THE LOVE AFFAIRS OF OUR SISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

THE LOVE AFFAIRS OF OUR SISTER. I was lulu l'or six u'cluck slipper, s I entered the muses' diuing-iooni, laughter ami chatter iliul little friendly < nf' recognition greeted tun down long lino of saucy Sivisa caps. „ 1. unfolded my napkin a sigh cs ;aped mo. Tlio sigh iiK'iuil appielieii ,ion, noi. physical latigue, and tho ap prehension lay behind my .still' white lub in a pathetically bravo but liy-teri little nolo from home. l.'rancio was ill—l.'rancio our idol, oiir cldest; father and mother to us young est orphans and the handsomest of the handsome McQuecns. When l''raui dear old plucky war-horso, slip.od the traces, it was a moment tor cun eern... I was a day special on a pm-alu ca; for Dr. Dudley, so 1 fuund little tronlilo in being relieved from duty, and start ed at oiico for hoinu. The weather bu rcairsaid it was the most biting Janu ary in eight years, and I believed it. I shivered'as 1 enteral tlio damp car. and'finding u secluded ' sent, huddled among my gra...

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

football:;:.;' - •;ine non. sej, of tlie Aleatian Football Club (Mr H. O'Brien) desires me to acknowledge - the receipt of the foil nvinj^clonations towards the club's funds :--Cr. Robt. Grey, £1 Is ; .Mr A" 'G:oy,' £1 Is fL'stcherand Hasty, £1 Is ; Mr Tom Smith, 10/. . : . I learn from Ultimo that mem bers of that club are :puttino\in 'steady practice, a coui^j whibh: should be followed by 'our bo .vs.',! A'. I .v'ill be noted balo .v, th j tin e :.-j fast approaching when Kurs* Football. will, reign sup;-eni2 k>: cally. Since penning the above, I l\arn lint a scratch match is a fi xturo for ya tu rday- af ternoo.i. ■TUR DRAW. V [All matches tj boplayed on tlie ground ol the lirst named club.] ■ First Uound. ; Jinn ;6—Quani!intoo!{ v. Oakvalc. ■ •> "Moutun v. Ultima 1 Juno'13-Ultrma v.; Qivambntoqk; . • . Mentsanv. Uakvale'(Lulberl) •. Juno 20Tr-CiuambRto'oU v. Mcalitm ,, Oakvalc v. Ultima. - . r uco:o|}!ou> d •'••Juno 27—Oakvalc v. Ommbatook. . UUima v. Moatian. Ju'.y 4—Q...

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HOLLY AND HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

HOLLY AND HOPE. Shed. slied ami donil lio 'llio Howors that oruwned the Snnimur; Chill, how chill and still, lies llio laud that Winter numbs. .Soul not a lieo whore, in pardons dumb ■ and dumber. ,Wiiid-'\vliii)l>e<l anilnipped, died llio. last cnrysttiitheiniim.s. • All's dark; yet murk wlicro ■ a little sunny, isthmus Dim luoohs aiul'grim joins; ohu nook : ivhoro Spring lias scope.. ; Juno with'roses strewn I who will/sigli for thco at Christmas? Molly's hero, when days aro drear, to plant the world with hope I ■ liil'o and joy tiro life; licarth and heart lot. in llio. stranger; I'our men win tho door uhenuo tho ruddy welcome clows. All, tiroiit and small, by the Star may sook tile Manger; _ Near eaeU, to cheer eacli", the Christ mas holly grows. Ore.n as I'eiKv is seen when tho flowers of joy are over, tlreet us when our foot down the dark ways Ki'opo; IVino, then, tho Sht'ino of tho Inn Unit walls the rover; llully, by tho llabv lie who gave the world its lione! ...

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