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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS (lly "Ainlu-usiiio.") Tho k* 1 -:inut't'' collies to tlio follow ing conclusions ;■ tier a chemical analy ms 01 liiwuy-Mx well-known toilet soaps:—'I'd summarise, the n t.iiKs sIlUV. that tile toilet l-Ullps mi tlio market, as a whole evidence a decree of purity and adaptability for toilet purpose.,, v, li.oli redound iu the credit ill tlio .snap-maker. It is ubviuiis tint modern soap-making is, generally speaking, founded on scientific line.-, ami run on n system of control whicii turns out, u standard product cqiui 1 to ascertained requirements. Gross adul teration- in regard .to „toi!ut soups docs nut iijipeai1 to uxist. ' 'Tlio ;ttlilet ic girl is less likely to succumb to temptation tlian licr .sister who does not go ill for athletics, in tijo. opinion ol Dr. Dudley A. Sar gent, director of athletics at Harvard. /.Social evils nru the result of life's forcis' being turned into wrong ehun ■ ,Tlioi eternal longing to externa li.so oneself—that is, to lind an out...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VERISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 20 May 1914

THE VERISTS. jOF veristic opera I stato my opinion in most uncompromising terms: who ever wishes to improve his own or his ' fellow-meu's artistic taste, should ab solutely shun it. Useless to draw dis tinctions, and say tha>t I'uccini is su perior to Leoncavallo; ho may be a more wiiv craftsman, but his music lias as little genuiueuess. Tho suc cess made to Mascagni's "Oavaileria 'itusticuiui" on the pica of "tempera ment," ''dramatic eflioieney," and what not, lias done a prodigous amount ol harm, which might luivo been almost irretrievable but lor the ceaseless en ergy with which a minority of music lovers have protested against that score and tho countless counterfeits 01 lyric drama which it has begotten, from Mav-souot's '\La Xavarraise" to Wolf-Ferrari's ''Gioielli della Madonna" Wo have so much good music to study and to enjoy, that even the second-rate ought, to ba excluded, especially when our object is culture as well as enjoy ment. Tho best of veristio music is not ev...

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

HAD T1I10 ADVANTAGE. Young Jtiko lirady had been engaged to e;irry the iuncli out to tlio shooting party. Wliilo the sportsmen were en joying their sandwiches, one of them asked if he would Jike to hnvo a shot. "Sure, and I would!" said Mike. A gun was loaded and giveu to liini. He strolled oil' towards tho fields, but saw nothing to shoot except two cons and a donkey. At last he espied a sparrow sitting on the branch of 'a tree, singing to tho sun. Tho sparrow saw him, but continued chirruping merrily. In tear and trembling that tho bird would fly olF before he was ready, Jlike knelt down on one kneo and took care ful aim. Still tho bird sang on. Bang I _ Aft or a few seconds of doubt -Mike arrived. at the conclusion that lie was. right ill supposing himself to bo Hat'on his back. Picking himself lip, he looked at the tree. Yes; tlie merry .sparrow was still there, chirruping as happily as ever. "All, you luurdorin' rascal! It's yourself wouldn't b'o singing so gay if you liad beeu...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS {By "Asubrwrtiiio.") A l'fatua rknltlo «tatoui<mt made at. tli» annual jni-oUMg of tliu »ilk itianii faetui\«is of Ae\r I'ork Ui lliw eti'uet that, tl'iu crazy for tango dancing in America was re.sponxibio tot- increased trade profits' tu such an oxtont, as tu uutwoigh fur tho loss caused by the reduction of tlio American tarilf. Tin; manufacturers at tho meeting repre sented a capital of £GU,0U0,IKJ0. They reported that iu tvery Bilk mill on the Continent spindleb and looms woro being driven to. tlioir utmost eapaeity, whilo' improved machinery and pro cesses of manufacture woro resulting ill larger:profits. Practically every woman'in. the United States /to-day, the prcsidont of the Manufacturers' Association declared, indulged iu tho tango ami other South American dances, with tho result that every wo man required a much moro extensive, ivardrohd than formerly. Tho demand for silk drosses dliring tho winter sea son, lie said, was unprecedentedj and sil...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOME PROBLEMS IN WHEAT FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

SOME PROBLEMS IN WHEAT FARMING. (WriUi'it specially for ''.KannnV (.iu ZfcMw by J. II. Holshmiso.) Dr. Patterson's research work proved ttint. llio application ol superphosphate# to tho wheat areas not ♦only .supplies available phosphoric aeid, hut ni the samo tinio stimulates ,tho nitrifying bacteria in tlic soil to increased en ergy. Tho system adopted in tlio northern areas ol fallowing the land is carried out bv Inrmers in order to provide two years' moisture tor one year's crop. The fallow system also brings about the preparation of nitrates hi the. soil. The two chief agencies at work ill this • preparation arc .the aeration of ,soil and tho sun's heat, which, in a moist sod, promote great bacterial activity,; inoro especially if organic matter is present in sufficient quantity. The dry fallowing systom is a modi fication of tho Lot's Woedon system.; In tho Loi's-Weedon system,.the land after being properly prepared by ploughing, etc., was sown in strip's, 12 feet wide, with f...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ECONOMICAL BUTTER PRODUCTION. RESULTS OF TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

ECONOMICAL BUTTER PRODUC TION. RESULTS OK THSiTI. Nil* FJansaott, director *f tin* De partment of AntmnI ilusbmdry »u the Swedish Central Kxporiment Station, who )ia.*» cJosoly .studied the lar;;u ma terial provided by the cow testing as sociations, ftuuis up tho 78th roport a* follow*:— A—"As-regards the variation* in th.» compo»tiion of ih» total solids of thy milk. 1. "That in all normal milk, with the immb fat pweentn'g*, th« fat al ways forms'the sonio peicuntaga of th* total .solids of tho mdk. If tho I'm percentage drops in the milk, tho fat percentage in tho total solids .also drops down, so that when tho m»!k tests *2 por cent, it only is 20 per cent, of tlw total aolitls♦ If tho fat percentage of the milk rises that in tho total solids a too ries.* up, so that with a. 6 per cent, milk it amounts to* .40 per cent. of the solids. V'J'Jioso changes in tho composition of the milk .solids havo -proved irrespec tively whether the increase of fab m tho milk is duo to breed, feed,...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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RETURN OF THE PRODIGAL. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

RETTRN OK THE PRODlCJAli;''' llAnr.v did not gpt on veiy wcii with his pouplo at Ihujjp, so ho enlisted, and ■ alter ii 1 ii»m* went to India. After many yo:n> h»> returned to his native village, thinking how surpmt<l tho old folk would ho. He walked nlon** the village streot in his smart-k.okiii^ uniform, uis Heart heating iiw us he jk'iuim! the okl ilOillo. OptMiiiu: ili" ;;at.\ lm naik»'d up lln* vol path. .lip.t then n !i-roeiou* riiv)i*m| mr ;iu<l hi* lo;*. .Shakuij: t l|o d<-,'.c oil', in* spr«"li7y iv fiaintd tho n »ud, au'i was standing -at tho nthrr >i«lo pf tho Vt'liro )iis fath.-r (.amo out. "Ah. uiy S'Ui!'' said Uu* oM /turn. "Liko tho prodigal, you have return odl" "Yes," growled tho soldier, "but it's your dog that's enjoyed tlio fatted

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST I (I5y "ItustioiiK.") To establish ,'i !iroc<l of wheat that I will grow tliiVo grams lor overy two proilnei <1 by the present host variety is an achievement of no men" import, lu.'Victoria. That is tho stng>' nt which tho efforts of Jlr, Rich ardson, Agricultural. Superintendent, to duiibel tho State's yi^ld arc said to bo at prci-cift. In tho decade 1000 1010'Victoria produced au averago of 0.00 btishols to tho noro. In 1911 tins average Was 1-1.62, in 1912 it foil to 9.03; but in 1913 recovered io 12.58-. Tho average of tho Inst har vest poached 12.81. Of courso tho avoragu yield from season to season de pends so much upon thu rainfall tlint theso figures aro nob ri truo test of ' • raising of *. standard. . Never-, theless,, ifc is.an established fact that with .modem improvements tho yield of ' wheat cattbo increased, jtist as tho milk yield of cows can, bj.enhnnoed through scientific selection and brood ing and proper feeding and hous...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNDER WHOSE FLAG? Quambatook as an Organism Or a Controlling Influence. Mr. GAMBLE ON SEVERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

Under who3s flag? (^uamljnfcaok as an Organism Or a Controlling !rjfijcnc3. Mr. CSA:JI3I.B CM SSyiJRAFJCSi Mr J. G. Chmble, a former prominent rcsiclant of Quamba took, and one \Vlio took a deaa interest irt what we consider ths testquestion at next municipal election, ln3 written bath th2 Quambatook Times and the Pro gress Association as undor ■ ■, In addressing you 1 tl'ust my e.To its will neither be considered presumptuous nor wearisome.^ I will be brief as tfDssible, having already, tlirdugh tile-columns of the .Quambatook Timp.3, dealt almost exhaustively with the matter at issue, viz.Sever ance.." My object now is'to bring about a definite under standing or flnalitj' of the matter. "To be, or not to be," that is the question'' Pertinent questions have been put to .me at. various times as.to why I so persistently advocate the cause. Therefore, to make thatjpoint clear to those ' unacquainted/^ivith~ me, -permit.'me' to—say,-'-without_detaii,.. or any attempt at personal: aggra...

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BROKEN COLLAR-BONE. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

BROKEN COLLAR-BONE. A very common accident, particularly I among persons- who go in largely Jor atbletcis is a ^broken collar-bone; tit 9 injury being easily caused by u .tall or i suddeii jerk, such as occur frequently i whon cycling, running, or ternus-play ing. The col!ar-boiie6 aro tho two bones which go from tile brenstborio or sternum to tho shoulders, aiid aro very liable to injury, a fall ou tho olbow or shoulder being enough to fracturo thorn. Fortunately,, tho bones rojohi with equal case, and a fracturo oi'them rarely causes any ponnane»t incouveni oiicj. J'Jjo injury is first dfscjrcred after a fall by a swelling nbovo tho bone which is broken, and if the swel ling is pressed pain is felt, aud a light grating uoiso may bo heard, oaused by tho rubbing together of tho ends'of tho broken bono. Tlu» injury should, it possible. be at once attended to by- a doctor. the arm having been placed in n >!ing until hi* arrival; but if a doe tor is not available at once the frac tu...

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Illness of Dr. Kinder. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

Illness of Dr. Kinder. About a month ago Dr. Rh Y : was entertaining a party friends from Melbourne at M- ■ Korong. When about half w„v. up he suddenly got an attack o! heart failure, and after restiri. ■ a while he decided to return t: Wedderburn. On arriving hom- / he discovere.1 he was suffering from an acute attack of gastric . , t influenza and was very; feverish.:- : lleremained in bed for some'tirn1 \ after which he left for Melbour.:. i with the intention of-taking-parr ■ in the Jubilee of the Melbourne. Medical School," with' which he i was prominently associated thirtv years ago. Early in the follow ing week he had a relapses remained in indifferent helth unti: .. last Monday fortnight. Shortly,, after midnight lie suddenly col lapsed, and at first his recovery was considered unlikely. How- •. ever, after persistent treatme'C-1 he gradually revived. Di\ H. W.. Bryant, of Collins-street, who 'v now in attendance, has forbid;!* >v ' him to engaga in matters invol ving any...

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CATARACT ON THE EYE. A PREVALENT BLEMISH IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

CATARACT ON THE EYE. •A PREVALENT ISLK.UJSH JN HOUSES. ; A congenital disease, often _observed ~ih borsos in particular localities is thract. This consists of an'opacity in onV, of tho deeper structures of tho eyo, known as tho crystaltino Ii us, that is situated immediately bfliind the pu pil. The clfcct of this opacity is to . obstruct tlio passage of felifc to tho re tina, and so caitso partial or i-umploto ■ blindness, depending upon tile extent to which tho disease has progressed. Opacities of tho cornea—the transpar ent membrane that forms the. anterior coat of tho eyeball—must not bo mis taken for oata'ract. • .W'lieu cataract is .well developed tho pupil of tho eyo has a whitish or grey ish appearanco, but small cataracts re quire close observation for tliei,' detee tin. Tho eye may bo examined by • shading it with a- black hat, tiio head 1 being turned 'away, from the light. A closer examination may bo made in a dark loose-box by moving a lighted oandlo boforo tho animal's ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

Tor job printing, try"Till: 11, Orricn before sending clficwiitHe. < v^all at the " Times "/ oflico" bif > (juing clajwhero for your piintingi

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ADVANCES IN SURGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

•'advances in surgery. Afc tlio recent Medical G'ongi as, held m London, over (iOO papers « :r0 read by eminent, doctors in tlio wo Id, ouch reporting the program mado in the dif ferent'branches of medicine a id surg orjynnd suggesting tlio lines which may be followed with advantage i/i future research; . Some idea ol tin notable ■advanco may be formed from 1 lie mar vellous reports in tlio field of surgery. Kor instance, the human brain lias been 'laid bare to its rccesses, and s:ieli ope rations wliicli were considered impos sible previously aro now usua'Iy eon ducted. Many deformities which were supposed to bo incurable in times past arc how remedied. Some surgtims hope to graft on limbs obtained fiom per sons 'killed. accidentally in place ot tlioso amputed from living people, and promsc a time when no ono will bo odriipeHed to live .with one arm or leg. Ouo surgeon described a pnve&s , ot boiie transplnntation bv which a hunch back call be made whole and sound. Another ...

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Association Football. CLUBS AT LOGGERHEADS. A LIVELY MEETING. OAKVALE WITHDRAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

f iiwrwaiwwinTarMMCTt Association Football. CLUBS AT LOGGEIUIEADS. A LIVELY MEETING. dAftVALE WITHDRAWS. A meeting of the Quambatook nul U!tin.a .District Association " \\Tii held at D'dnphy's Commercial . • 17-' • 1 on Saturday afternoon, >vl.cn there were presen t delegates i"rc iii Ultima (Messrs. O'Connor ' I'd f4'Connell)i; Meatian (Messrs O'P ipn and Alexander) ; Quam _atook (Messrs.. Dunstan and Mi'orranlj ; Oak,vale (Messrs. D. Gr-wliner f.rid M. Keating.) Mr T. Cou^hlan (President of ' the Association) presided. After the minutes of lastmeet iad been read by the secre ' to the Association (Mr Mick ' f'bU ,:'ilan) MiT Ctardiner said he v oui'l give notice or motion that fui-.li be ndt confirmed. Mr O'Brien moved and Mr . O'Connor seconded — "That the minutes of last meeting, as read, I-e confirmed." V : - Mr GardinerIf I'm in order, . I would like to state that a letter as sent froiiti,'Ultima.to. the ef - ,r "fees that that club Avould not play ofi the dakvale ground und...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XVI (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

I A SERIAL SIOKY BY f t ANNABEL GRAY. J OLLM'TKIv XV L (CnnluuicHl.) "NeVtT t(i meet more, While day loUuws *, Never t.> Kiss inoiv tiN om' ^i>iX aro .clay. 01 my darling—my lost darling— &ay farewell, and—gol" Ho drew his liand ovor li's which suddonly filled with tears. 'J *10 words- of tho song rang in his cars, they haunted his memory liko ghosts "waiting, to bo ''laid." Ho must over t«grat this • woman' who had given him » sort of worship. Money must bo found nt all hazards. Baccarat, .horse , raoing, too—all had failed .him. Tho world was still tho god of his idolatry; ho liked stylish; sooioty, dances, dm* ' nors, intrigues with great ladies—in a n-oru—lasiiiou, auci its hollow mockery. The soul of this man was so small, ho was .so deto$tablo-a mixture of vauUJ aud selfishness—-that though not whoi-. ly destitute of sonio -good points— trifles ruled him. Tho smilo of a professional beauty, notico from a prince, elub-scand»!s,\ compliments from some dancer or si-...

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Chinkapook Races. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

ChinkapooR Races. Th-i Chinkapook Race Club held theii annual meeting, o.n Thurs day last under favorable weather conditions and before a good at tendance. The principal race— the: Chinkapook Cup—was an nexed by A. Vanderfeen's Vim. Mr "S. Cameron took the Trial with Coorza and second in the Hurdles with Skrowerif. The results were :—. Hurdle Race. A. Giddings, Apoplexy, 10.7 ... 1 S. Cameron's Skrowerif, 10.11 ... 2 T. Jones' LorJ.Sardis, 10.0 3 Trial Handicap. , S. Cameron's Coorza, 9.0 ... ... 1 W: J. O'Brien's Starlight, 9.0 ... 2 A. Giddings' Koynl Tyrell, 9.S ■ ... 8 Chinkapook Cup. A. Vanderfeen's Vim, 10.7 ... '. 1 W. O'Brien's Briltwood, 11.0 ■... 2 J. Mangan'3 Cannic ... 8 • ; Handicap Trot. M. I, M'Lannan'a Alawa (50 yds) ... 1 Pony Racu. M. M'Lennan's Miss Warmington ... 1 W. O'Brien's Starlight' ... ■ ... 2 Miss Webster's Ilpctor * ... ... 3 , Ladies Bracelet. AV.1 O'Bricn's Brittwooii.' 10.12 ... . 1 &amp;lt;Ar Vandorfeen's Vim, 10.5 ... • A. Gidding's Lady Weir S<...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

L4 SPEAKG Or THE WORTH OF 5 B * j- a f fx r.-^n c*i V rs fi 111 SPEAKS rtk a Hements ionic l So III his friends scarcely knew him and lie went to the Melbourne Hospital. A friend recommended Diemenis Tonic, and that saved him Tin's Ictlef l*a* been recorded because of its great cfti'tir.cst, and the way the writer, Mr. HolKcby, expresses his •uflcrings and recovery. It shows what ClcfUsn'.* Tonic can do. Mr. Hollid^y write* from W* business address, U3 Madeline Street (Bakers Patent Pee! Factory), Carlton, Melbourne, 19/5/11. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " f ad glsJ fa (ell jo a what Cltacolt Toole did for ia€. A year ago I was so ill from bid liver aod wrvociness. 1 blamed overwork, and a nuts •( orders. td coitozsers supplied I worked day and nig&amp;r, with tfee result I got to tU I could take no P*rt h the losisess except sapcrriic. To give an idea how HI and changed I was, people w*ha had not seen as for noBlbi wocld passed no* knew ruii J wa# {or lire months like ibis, ZCxdri-tiy ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

fill &amp; C {lti\ w3 Station Agents. MELBOURNE OFFICE, .. 4G8 Collins Street. Branches: .UAmbaTOok, Boort, Charlton, Wych proof, Kcrang, Swan Hill, and Liitviiam (N.S.W.) , Auctioneer' N otice. EP. TBEffiiiSASB &amp; CO. ;J3fcG to notify (o their numerous cli j. • ■' 15 cuts that they have established a ranch of their business in Quambatook. hey' have purchased a block of land >» •:.&amp;lt; joining the trucking yards, upon which • -'»ey"hnvcrceHlipf Good and Conrcniunt 'ards in which they will hold regular touk-Sai.es. They'AviU he pleased to order trucks •••••v fat* Stock for Newmarket, njid •ueript^nd the loading of Stock, lOid ill n!so"'sOti'ply latest information 'on .•13 market?. " , „ . , • •• T. E. DUNSTAN, Quambatook Representative. • :MKB/iTG0K STOCK SALE. TTjaarsday, Jasne 4. '? mVAJlD TEENCHARD &amp; CO. will i J held lijoir usual Stock Sale in their iw ysris as tiiove. when they will j ard. Sheep, Cattle, .Horses, &amp;e. ..Sjecia! Entries for Ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

The Federal Cafe, QUAMBATOOK. 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. ALL FRESH FRUITS IN SEASoFrECETVED DAILY. . . . WE GUARANTEE CUSTOMERS THAT IT IS ALWAYS FRESH. A BIG ALLOWANCE MADE ON FRUIT BY THE CASE FOR JAM MAKING, &amp;c. SUMMER DRINKS AND CORDIALS OF ALL KINDS. Lemon Squash &amp; 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 FEDERAL CAFE a trial and you will have ever} - • civility and attention, Modci ate Prices for every tiling. Scovell AND Spuriing 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. RYAN, Blacksmith, Wheelwrigh...

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