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Low Reservoirs. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

Low Reservoirs, The Caliban reservoirs are unusually low for this season of the year,- thougltt being winter and the wet season ahbail it is not a matter of very great , con-, sequence. - There aro;V22ft of water (out of a total capacity' of 631ft),• in the Uppar Reservoir, equal ! to- 803: million gallons, asagainst >J813 millionslast week. •• The Malmsbury basin is riot half-full (134G million gallons 'out of a total capacity of 3310 million gallons). The daily, consumption is' 12 million gallons, or, s'ay,-112 days'. supply wilhout any rain in the interim. • : The Lannecoorie Weir is-practically empty. - The ba in is ecu I to 14,003 acrj feet, but now only contain-. 72 aero feetV; 13G3 acre feet were run into the river last wee!:. Leave your orders at the ' Times" for your Invitation' Cards, embers' Tickets.

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Quambatook Times. OUR MOTTO: "Truth is great, and will prevail." WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1914. Local and General News. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

OUR MOTTO : •" Truth is great, and will prevail." WEDNESDAY, MA.Y 27, 1914. Local and General News. The Weather. Afcer a few frosty nights, rain commenced to fall early on Mon day evening and the gauge next morning registered 15 points. Yesterday was gusty, the wind being bitterly cold. A trood fall of-rain would be most welcome just now for the young crops. Quanibatook Market. The local sheep market was very firm last Thursday. There was a short supply, the whole of which changed hands under the hammer at high rates. Lines of merino wethors made 12/6, cross weaners 14/5 to 17/2, t.nd cross wethers (fat> to 27/. The local agents report a very-strong dei-. mandfor all classes of stock, and i extensive private operations have been completed by them. ■■■■■ i People's" Party. - A special meeting of members of the Quambatook branch is ad-, vertised for Saturday .evening next, when business of an impor- • tant nature is to be transacted. A good attendance is particularly asked. Townshi...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Wheat Poisoning. AND ITS TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

Wheat Poisoning. AND ITS TREATMENT. Writing: to the J.'parit "Leader," in reference to the death of Mr Dart's he i\e.; at \\i kar, which die;] as the re sult of having gorged themielves with whjat, Mr T.' Bell, M.R C.V.ir., tavs tiat the;, remedy suggested—two or three dissert spoonfuls of bicarbonate of soda (or baking soda) in warm water, and allowing access to drinking water is useless. The latter part of the treatment (he says) is good, but the action of warm wahr on bicarbonate ■ f soda causes it to etEtrves.e, • r fizi eff, and what is really given as a d.ench is nothing but warm water, the action of the soda being lost. If you will allow me, I will try to de scribe briefly, experiments which have re.ently been carried out by profession al men at the Melbourne Veterinary College. An old horse was kept with out food for several days, and then fed with pure wheat; symptoms of wheat poisoning soon showed themselves, and when on the point of death the horse was killed, and the who...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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The Senate Pre-Election [Contributed.] [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

Tii3 SenaJc ^ra-Eisciioii [CantribuUvl.] fvr.nV !»IrV liviKMwl Liberal electors have deeded tli.it Sair.itMessrs Kdgar, i Hu na C'».)k, M'Lenn. TrcnWHf.'n'ivl Mauger slilll l»u tho'ciwli1 l:iU'3 of their party hi\V»»M a doabb do;t*'.»»Kon' be grante'l and it Senate elejtio.i he !i«:C?:i»ryv TJAs choice k is a sound oik*. TIi.mc were timW! Ml« wlif/ r fa*red th.it whatever scjlbn of, the pai'ly ! happVnt1";! iji:nwn%cally Htron^cstin the Leagues won Til for^V* " i(4J th'ket'J and en' danger Liberal aaliiuH'ltvj 1* there \v.iMjwy | | danger of that happening tlnlely Earnings j 1 We<\» lu?eded, for the six sel;ctcd ani f-ttyVe* I sentithe, of iiliv on 3 wing, but of the* | | whole ar.ny wnieh ei)af?Kits Tnb >r, I As to the individual QAiiUr# o? tjie six i pro-elect,»fl little ne.'d he said. 'rift* of tlienf lu*vc fought ninny well contest.^ , battb?/ a^c'. old I'a^i'imontnria is who ! will ccrii»?rfJv np£ ifV tlrrc/ugU i^norauej of any point of tii'c* «*fnc; Tife sfc.tb* ...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

FOOTBALL. A meeting of the Quambatook club is announced for to-morrow evening at Rotors' Hotel for the purpose of receiving the report of delegate's. As football matters appear to be at high pressure, no doubt' there will be a good mus ter. The sum oc £5 5s 9d was collec ted at a foit'oail match atLalbert on the 16th inst., between Ultima md fJeauan teams, and fowar ded towards the B *:i:ligo mining disaster fund. . The original draw for the loca Association matches is given be low [All matches tabs played on the ground of the first named club.] First Round. June G—Quambatook v. Oakvalc. Meatian v. Ultima. June 13—Ultima v. Quambatook. Meatianv. Oakvale'iLalbert) Juns 20—Quambatook v. Meatian ,, ■ Oakvale v. Ultima. Second Round. "" June 27—Oakvale v. Quambatook. Ultima v. Meatian July 4—Quambatook v. Ultima. Oakvale v. Meatian July 11—Meatian v..Quambatook (L) Ultima v. Oakvale. . Third Round. July 13—Quambatook v. Oakvale. Meatian v. Ultima. July 25 -Ultima v. Quambatook. Meatianv...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

THE TURF. C nlgavdie, the once well known rac ahorse, die:l at the age of 23 years at his ownar'3 farni, Messrs H. and J. Serivcu, Mystic Park, where he was born and bred, on che 10th inst. After winning various races up-country his own ers sent him to Melbourne in May, 190G, where he was trained for six months under T. Arnfield. He won rac as at Men tone, Aspendale and Sandown, arid also won the Flemin^ton Hurdles, carrying list. lOl'os. On his way home from town he was raced at Ben digo, where he won the Cup Hur dles. He started between 35 and 40 times, winning 25 times, and was only imrl iced on three occa sions. Coolgardie was a big up standing chestnut gelding, and when in his prime was acknow ledged to be one of the finest look ing horses in the district, and was unbeaten as al2-stono hackney in a show ring. Coolgardie was by, Goidlinderout of a J.L. mare.

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Loot Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

l.OOt Sfccop. I Psr'-'c-ibrs o-Vv*y>wHch have !s; .. Kivgivci .!) our p.v-r | Using* columns.

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

Mas! Notices. Mails despatched from the Quambatook i'ost Offices for the following towns, close as Under : Melbourne, Be'ndigo, ■ Korong Vale, and Boort at 10.25 a.m., on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday ; also S pan. on Saturdays. Ultima, Lalbert, Cannine, G p.m. daily. ••-'•Quambatook South,' G.55 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Fri Budirerum, West'11.30 a.m. on Tuesday. •ails are received fi'oai the fol ' lowing pltees as under • . . Melbourne, Bendigo, Korong Vale, and.Boort!,s,6'.85 p.m. daily. "Ultiinii, Laibert and 'Can me, 9 a.m. on iVlonda.vs ;• 10.S5 on Tuesday, Wednesday;- Thursday, Friday and Saturday.' . Quambatook South,to.-p. m.- on Monday, Wednesday "and. Friday.

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EMPIRE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

irWPJRH DA"/; .Perfect weather■ fa?cfreci Ui'c calcbration of E np'ra D.iy by the children of the loc.U State school on Friday last. T.>? pj'pils ware cssambleJ at the u^u il time, and £f p :og. am r.e i o'; is 'n j of patri otic _ fnhot and addre;s3s was carried out. T.la saluting o'f the (Jnion Jack and the si lgi ig of the National Anthem formed a prominent i^ai-t of tha procead ings. tunting was displayed in tli2 grp.md?, and Empire Day was loyally honored throughout. A leading feature of the morn ing'.) vvorJt was the giving1 of ad dresses by all the pypiis .of the fifth and higher grades. Tha head teacher (.VIr Ramsay) grave; a bVief address- on "The Australian Flag," and strongly sounde;1 tha r.~o':e of patriotism and of unify. An interesting and instructive address waa delivered byRav. H. 3.13odIey, Ahglicari Minister. In the course of same he remarked that Empire Day brought back once ag viii memories of the pride of Freedom of t!se British nation. They raveroncad still ...

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

Life 's fu 1 of toil anil trouble, >,'If yi;u mukoJt so, . , :And ons's'w<jrrie3 all seom double: ' When you welcome'woo. Dbn't be always mscling,'sorrow, ' - Xook the.other way ; Take Wood'3 Peppermin t.Cure ti m' l'.'ow— Ydu'll ba bright and gay. . Woods' Groat Penp'jrmint Cura For Coughs'rivJ CpWsncvtfj'fR'Isrl/O

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (From pur Special, Correspondent). Canon Hughes should bv' in demand us thu conductor—not of u stadium lor pri/,y ii.shtd, but of special missions. Ho lias gai. eJ the right kind of lamo (it would luudly be nice to call it notor iety) that . goes to draw the crowds, and that is what; is needed nowadays., Urli j;i the vows upon ruwa : of empty pew/in nu'tropjliian churches are seen, one can ondeisiand why ohiirch author ities in other countries are driven hy the ^inc laclt of oougregations, to re sort to nil sorts of methods to attract tho people. It would se*jn that, if bohu. 'c.«uruhcs here are to be kept open as ail, Aoiiiu .similar move in the way oi inventing tho scivices w'ith cements eimjlnoivoto "popularity" must bo re ported to. It. is not a pleasant fact nut is none the less truo. With thfs in view—■ tiio c/eV;srng of mca ns to draw the corvyds who, once brought within tho sacrsd precincts to bo nni useil' may 'ionjOn tu pray—there are hithihe [lOHsih-.liae...

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BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

BILLIARDS. Iii ths third round cff the tour nament ut th 2 Com:-nercial Hotel room, D Callagrhan, rac. 10, beat ■I. Ryan, rec. 10, by 21; J. Man ?an, 10 bhd.. L's'at Oarruthers, 110 bhd., by 67. Thoi'e" left in are D.. Call'YrHan. J. Mangan, M. Keating fS.l b:rJ.), A. Rogers (s2i\), .1. M'Co.rthy (10 bhd.) and R. TinUlei' {10 P'ld.)

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PROVIDING FEED FOR EARLY SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

PROVIDING FEED FOR EARL* j SPRING. j iwe to think about pro the early spring months ust. a n<| tiio ouid {Sop ill tin; cows are newly i\v art' rather low in e corn is tin! beat plant will in the winter, and nrkett .siiys about it in >k, ''l'Vnn Crops" yk w much bettor on rich ;n<l thai is poor, Never own chieily on hind that lure ami that i.s low in .5 .so grown bteaiise other be grown with equal ii .soils; but there aro limy .states well adapted and 011 these it is not whit of growth in rye ithiT lord in soils whoro vould 1a:I. is prepared /or ryo >, that in, by ploughing le d.'pth. It is not lough so deeply . as for p.;, .especially on .sandy e, tho longer the ground ore the land is sown, and uently tho soil is stirred I bo the conditions for tho rye, as tliio ground will then he cleaner and rjioister than it would otherwise bo.f In certain iircas, how over, e?p2cialiv 0$ the prairie, ryo is put in with t|iie^grain drill without ploughing tho Tandtfat a...

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SPORING NOTES. COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 27 May 1914

3P&3TtrJG NOT2S. (B^ " Ranibbr.'') eOUiv3IM;:. • A meeti.igof the Oak Mb C >&•* iliig GJ.it>'>..13 bean cjnvene I for ;n?xfc Friday e'.'cn?n£ at S o'clock at the sc'ojI. - . T e s:co id sweerst ike under thz'ddstf-.i'aj at the Q.u.nbatook Jrirsing Cial) vfiH l<> rjn. on vVelnesiay next. The match last Wednos.lay be t.yeert T. Danstan'd Honest Lady fftonait Nsl—li'ldj') . sm,d Roy Carrjthers' Qaambatdilc Girl (J ick IE—Ri'hmte) for a substan tial side-wa^er resulted in a fairly easy \firt for the former. The conditions were fig»S tvfg courses out of three. The first ccfarse was unsatisfactory to the owner if the loser, for Homst Ladv, tftor scoring a poirit, killed. In the second, she won by four Doints after a f;;i; tr.al. It will th remem bared that Q lambatook G'rl divided t!*e siplfo at the initial mjat of the lo'iii ilub on the previous Wednesday, but she lid not r.n. fo kin Uy in the pri vate match. Mv Cxi?hlin^o.Ti.:ia i-ted as judge and ...

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

NURSE MAXTED, DIPLOMA, LONDON, ft YEARS' Hospital Experiences, ** treats all diseases in both men ■1 women, no matter how long stand ■T. Sufferers, avoid operations ; con ' v;tme without delay. Delay is dan ivrous to your complaint. Destitute . • es treated free of charge. I (as also Private Home for Midwifery. m iiients before, after, and during • vouchement. Board Moderate— r .• ES £3 3s. Doctors in attendance. .» 'ictly private. Country trains met if . ''vjsed. Stamp envelope for reply. "Charlton," Burgess St., AUBURN, MELBOURNE. Thone, 1242, Hawthorn. Bendigo's Premier : CATERER. W. H — 8 EE D, 300 Hargreaves Street. Supplies forwarded for all Northern i 'intrict functions—Bulls, picnics, wod •••ngs, church and school fetes. -• UXOtii TOR OUR BRIDE CAKES Visit Rood's Tea Rooms when in Bon ■ »"• LALBERT□ James Woods, "TACTICAL BOOTMAKER, . TOCKS all kinds of Ladies', Gont.'s and Childrens' Footworn-, Supplies all wants Makes to all measures. Prompt Repairing. You don't liave to p...

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

THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES AND MORTGAGE CO. LTD WOOL WAREHOUSES, 573 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MEL BOURNE. WOOL"® GRAIN WOOL AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW AND GRAIN WEEKLY. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ON THE ENSUING CLIP OF For Salo In Melbourne or Shipment to London. The Company act Strictly as .Sellingl Brokers. ADVANCES Oi>. GRAIN. | YOU MAY REST ASSURED 5 ffrai Beediam's Pills will be of freat service to you if your stomach is'out of order Jj •r your liver is sluggish. The conditions of life in these days are sosjrenuous that J nearly everybody is at times, overtaken by various derangement^ of the digestive / •nans. Even the swongest and healthiest occasionally require* a. litfle corrective fecdieine. It is worth remembering that thousands of people |have proved that BEECHM PILLS *«ay exert a curative effect upon the disturbed organs and restore them to their sorma] healthy state. This splendid preparation has a world-wide reputation for nliiwvtg the aflmems arising from sto...

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AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Roviewing tho subject of agricultural scioiico in Great Britain, thu outlook, says Professor Wood, is distinctly hope ful. Now fertilisers wero comiug into tho market, as, for instance, tho ous products liindq from ntmosah'ric •nitrogon. . New varieties of farm crop:; ;H-ero being produced by the i'U i.i .'breeding liistitiuto at Caiiibridge, ;nd cls'owhoro. Finally, tho &oil surveys ou which tlia collegos had seriously oui barkod would assist iu defining the •areas over which such results were vp plieablo. It only remained for < i.use who woi-o responsible for tho conduct of field trials to inereaso tho accuracy at tho results, and tho steady aceuni'ila tiou of a mass of systematic:and scion-, tiiio knowledgo was assured; It v oiild bo tho business of the advisory staffs with which tho colleges _ had recently been equipped by tho British Board of Agriculture and tho Development Com mission to disseminato this know eilgo iu practical form to i...

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HANDLING CANADA'S WHEAT CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

HANDLING CANADA'S WHEAT CROP. Conditions (says "The Sydney Stock and Station Journal") liavo never boon so good for handling tho Canadian grain crop at tho head of tlio Lakes. By tho closo of navigation thoro will bo no less than 40,000,000 bushels stor age capacity at Fort Williams and Port Arthur, which is 12,000,000 bush els moro than last year. Tho new Govornmont-owncd elevator is non completed, and tho machinery will bo ready to iiandJo its share of the com ing season's crop. It has a capacity of tkroe-quartors of a million bushels •in tlio workhouso and two and a hall millions in tho storage bins. .In fact, ■thoro is room for olovator space ol some 80,000,000 bushols. In addition ,to tho Government olovator, tho Can adian Padific Railway, Grand Trunk Pacific, and Canadian Northern, to, gothor with the Fort William Eloator Company, and other concerns, ate orectiug new buildings, so that tin:' total increaso in storage facilities this year will bo about 12,000,000 bushols.

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Ribs of beef and other joints are frequently boned-by, the butcher aud the bones sont with tho meat. They should at once be examined, and any bits tho least tainted choppd off and thrown away. Tho bones should then bo put into the oven and baked slowly till dry. Thoy will theii kcop good for several 'days, and, when wanted for soup, should bo soaked for Tialf an hour in cold water before beginning to cook them. , TO KEEl' RAW MEAT SWEET. Run a little vinegar over a large dish, then place two pioojs of stick across, lay the joint on tho sticks, and tho moat will keep quite fresh during tho hottest weather. It will also prevent flies attacking it, sinco they disliko tho smell of vinegar. Store in a cool pantrv. TO PREVENT MILK FROM BURN ING. When milk lias to be boiled and there is a fear of its burning, a good plan is to boil rapidly a little water— ]ust, enough to cover the bottom' of the pan—before putting in tho milk. This will prevont tho milk from burning, Howev...

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THE COMPOST HEAP. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

THE COMPOST HEAP. Compost is mixed and rotted vege table matter, particularly manure and litter. The mixture of'buiky fertilis ing materials, known as compost, while ot little importance to tho general far mer, plays an important part in gar don practices. Alany of tho garden crops mu.-}'. bo made in a very short time, or are of delicate feeding habits Their, foc;l therefore, must bo easily assimilable. It is good practice to pile all coarse manures, sods, weeds, or any rubbish available for tho pur pose, in big, ilat heaps, to ferment and rot beforo being applied to tho garden soil. If desired, oheinical manures, sucli as superphosphate, bone-dust, kai nit, or muriate of potash, may bo add ed to make tho compost tho richer. liy spading or forking the heaps woll u few time*; at reasonable intervals, a homogeneous mass is easily obtained, which can be applied in great liborality without fear, or moro sparingly, in ac cordance with the needs of tho particu lar crop. Of equal iuiportan...

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