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FORESTRY AND ITS RELATION TO AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

FORESTRY AND ITS RELATION TO AGRICULTURE. (By JI. Maclcay, Oonavrvator of For ests, iu "Journal of Agricul ture!.") Forestry meaus tlio preservation and niaiiitenanoo of the natural tree-growth of a country by iviso uso. .It concerns itself, indeed, with tho restocking or ruplenisliment of naked and denuded areas, of lands recklessly .stripped by tho liayd of man or by the' devastation of liro: bunco it includes tho sowing and planting of trees to repair-, tho ravages committed by these agencies. Agriculture, on tho othor liami, ja tlio utilisation and cultivation of tho soil in ordor that it may yield tho great est diversity of products for tho ser vico of man and boast. Tho two sciences aro closely related to oaeli\ othor, and forests proporly controlled, and wisely used always have a benefi cial influenoo on agriculture. It is when man goes against natural laws, and strips tho covor of mountain and hill, that ho and his follows suffer most loss in tho long run. If you denudo tho ...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

SPORTING NOTES. (By " Rambler.") eeURSflSG: There is now on view at Rdj... Quambatook Hotel a massiveti cup, donated by th6 pr.dor.. for the wiritiei- df tHe Chair. Stakes to be run at Quamoa.. on Wednesday, July 15th. trophy under notice should b.-= incentive to owners of long-. to enter, for it is out of the oi ary through beincr piekeu special Crdet1. A meeting of the Qai. Coursing Club was held at ; vale on Friday night ana it decided to hold their first nl on Wednesday, Jiine 17th;. 1 The fallowing officers wereelts —President, Mr R. Moore ; vie president, Mr H. Griffith; se; retary, Mick Coughlan; heo slipper, D. Gardiner; assistai slippers, R. Fleming and Ai Coughlan; judge, MrM. Coughlii: Meet at road between Jo!-. Forrester's and Tom Coughlan' at 9 o'clock, June 17th. THE LALBERT MEET. An enjoyable outing was . perienced at Lalbert last W nesday, when that club ran a ; dog'stake. During operatio fox was raised, and it was a c. of tally-ho. Lady Nance was at the death, despi...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS (By "Ambr»siuo.") Tlio spuria' coat scums quite likely, fur a short time at least, to oust tho ubiquitous fur and plusli coats and stoles. Tlieso coats ur0 iiiudu of thick hut very liglit-wuigh't blanket clotlis in sumo beautiful and striking colorings. Tho most vivid tones arc used without restraint, and tho coats aro cut o'n very full and generous-lines. That tlioy aro exceedingly comfortable and warm goes without saying, and, just now, ihey have a Cachet of smartness which ex ceeds even tho most cosily furs. Tlio length of tho new coat is not much below thu knee, and they nro mado in Magyar or Jlaglan slmpo at tho top, and gathered in closely to tho tails. Groat patch pockets and very wide rovers and collar aro other features, and generally they arc trimmed solely with facings of a darker or lighter shndo of the same material. One of tho fashions which was al ways pretty was that of tho lint with a transparent crown. • In those days tho Mat in question was compo...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

FOOTBALL. It is notified by adverti.s;-; elsewhere that the locals- ; opens on Saturday next, Quambatoak players journe Boort by the ordinary mor - train. Quambatook is partic. fortunate this year in its te i- \ it has practically all the pi who won for it Prem'e honours last season, and further strengthened by save^ Oakvale and Cannie players. It also has a largj number promising juniors who will ' given a chance to show thf worth during the season, an-l their form in practice is criterion, several of them wiL be found wanting. Judging by the harmon feeling displayed amongst d - gates at the League meeting Monday night at Ultima, we have a competition which raise the standard of football this district, and will at the s;: time provide many friendl.v strenuous games, as itisexpec that all the teams will ba evenly matched. The v. secretaries are now hard at gathering in thair player readiness for the start of season which takes plast? Saturday next. At tha m^e'Jng of dele^u E. Booth ...

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INSULT TO INJURY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

IXSl'l/r TO IN.IU'KV "SWll, diit ho pay?" finked the wit'o of a dontist, who had boon out to col lect a l)ill Tor a full srt o|' toi-th that ho had supplied to a man a year bo ' "Par fiio!ff ^rnmblod the dentist. 1 1 Not uiily <li«l lie ivfino to pay mo, but ho actually had the effrontery to. guash fit me—with my teeth!"

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

TENNIS. The annual meeting of the Oak vale club is a fixture for Mo.iuujr evening next.

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AMERICAN SHEEP BREEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

AMERICAN SHEEP BREEDS. Tho "American Sheep lire odor and Wool Grower," the organ of the sheep breeders in the United States, gives an interesting account' of the sheep shown at thu recent International Live Stock Exposition at Chicago. Tho exhibits of each breed are arranged in breeding and fat classes, and the arrangement is very different from that ill our own show catalogues. The breeding classes were for ram two years and over, and one year and under two; ram lamb under one yt : r; ewe one year and under-t'.vc; ewe Jamb under ,on« year; flock of rams, one year and over, two yearling ewes and two owe lambs; and iour lambs of cither sex by one siro. The fat classes were for each breed: Wether one year and under two, we ther lamb, and pen of iivo wether lambs. Championships were awarded for both rams and ewes, and in some breeds for weth.'rs. zln several of the breeds sheep- imported from England or their progeny scored tho chief wins. The gneral "get up" of the sheep shown indicat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

Oh, Selina ! your cou;h is mostdrcudi'u:, Ytu'll have to take something I'm sure ; Gctyo^r mother to sondtothe ch'm- '« For Woods' Great 1'eppermint Cu Mumma gives it to me and to Tillv When w<! have a cou^h or a cold No— ! It's not a bit bitter, you , it's the nicest site! best ever Hold.

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Kustieus.") A npirited offer by Mr. A. J£. T. l'a) iio as a member of tho counoil of iliu Koyal Agricultural Society should do more towards bringing about the adoption of bulk handling of giwn than tlio half-hearted rceoiniiioudauoiia that resulted from tlio long-drawn out investigations of tho Commission of Knquiry, and tho feeble action promised by tlio Government as the outcome o1 those recommendations. Mr. l'ayno is donating £'100 for prizes for ideas for appliances to handle wheat in bulk. Ah a result of a conference of members of the council of tho Koyal Agricultu ral Society representatives of the Wheat Commission, tho Jinilivays De partments and the Chamber'of Agri culture, it was decided that prizes ot £50, I'tiO and £20 should bo offered for tho most effoctivo and economical "methods and appliances for handling wheat in bulk from tho timo of its do livery froim tlio stripper, harvestor, or thresher until its arrival at tho rail way station, including...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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PETTY SESSIONS. [Before Mr Adamthwaite, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

PET+V SESSIONS. [Be fori 'ore Mi1 Adamthwaite, J.P„ The usual weekly Court of Ros^ions \va3 held this morning, ArF^diujUh'.wwtc up liw only Juauco to put in uii appearance. This brought forth strong comment from Mr J. T. "Keane, :L.L.B. ^ . NoM-VAfci^ATion,. i. In a,/lion-vaccination case, ff. Ryan was fined £1. ^ ot?Er:AVLT &UMMONS. y • 'tti ni'flei' was madftJH fayor of • . J. F. Kelly against (Jhas. Storey for £28 Os 6d, with £1 13s 6d costs, on a default summons. , Mr Keano appeared for com . plulnpnti r ,S. Camerop y. Cuttle.—Claim f«^£4: %s„sesyic$(pi.£ Horse. Mr Keane for complainant, Mr . : Parsons for defendant!., -v. ■■ i -.Sir .Keane^at (the outset, said tfta.fi in a tQ,wns|])jp Jike Quamba took, "vvhere thistice*" wore ap . ; pointed, he could not understand -'their failing to put in appearance to adjudicate. . Mr Adamtluvaite agreed with . : . Mr,Keanei J-Ie was sorry there Wsyj nc(t a Dentin: X-. s.,Mi' Kpane one Case it is an • v JiisUinp. of deliberately stay...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XVI (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER XVI (Coiitiimixl.) Lenoro listened still suenwy. one had uttered as jut no word of reproach or of indiguntion at tho cruel fraud practised abroad 011 her young credul ity. She was only cruslied and stunned /' —and his voico was no longer tlio opi ato that had lulled caro to rest—it was tho doiilioriito tono of a man of tlio world suggesting advantageous changes in his household in which sho could not sharo. • _ 'i'lioro was 110 regret in his tono—;not ovon sentiment—and yot, hurt lier as ho would, there was but lovo in . her heart and despair iu its dosporato hounds. "If you .ware talking to somo one who had no atfeotion for j'ou, whom you had quarroliod with, thou I could understand a littlo what it all meant," sho said slowly; lior voico changed: "No, you wore not worth loving, Leon ard: and this—this is harder to bear .than all—I linvo lost my ideal, Thero may have been something sinful and idolatrous in my infatuation — I am ' certain it was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

Stock and Station Agents. melbourne OFFICE, 4c8 Collins Street. Branches: cijamraTOOK, Boort, charllon, Wych proof, Kerang, Swan Hill, and Barham (N.S.W.) Auctioneer' Notice.,;. ED. TRENCHftRD & CO. 3eg to notify to their numerous cli ents tlmt tl'.ey liave established a ranch of their business iniquambavoot hev have purchased a block •, of -land djoining the trucking yards, upon whicn hey are erecting Good and Convenient ifards in which they will hold regular They will be pleased to order trucks •or Fat Stock for Newmarket, and uperintcnd the loading of Stock, and *ill also supply latest information on .ha markets. ^ r dunstan> , quambatook Representative. lUftMBATQOK STOCK SALE. Thursday, June 4. EDW-VRD trenckard & CO. will hold their usual Stock Sale in.their iew-y«v<te- ns above; when they will <: /ard; Sheep,' Cattle, Horses, &c. Special Entries for Next Stock Sale. ■ COO 0 ami S tooth merino wethers Further Entries Invited. EDW...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

..I ,1 ■""The . ii.ix: I IT QUAMBATOOK. r iisa^ 7J /« I) lC£-.l ^ ^ilT. ll"-_ "t-i. r r»!2» icpnsa- BS?i jsssra <5f=nr Pk. «f' ' \ fear* £{ea U ■ b«» P A ^kl f&a-wi li ^itaaall" •• •. ]T|ESIRES to notify the public of Quambatook and ilisitfct that they '!'J ' -J-/- -have pimtnascd th'c business of Mr B. Costa, and hope!to have, '• v* ^'^continuance of the support accoi-ded him. * I *. C'Ql>f»Bfl'l£R DRii-iKG Aftb C-OTIDSALS Or. ALk-'-WitSMDS. Lemon Equasfi &. H ot Pies, Tea or CofFoe. • , v.iH ilJUIilNG .THE-SUMMER MONTHS ALL CONFECTIONERY • ■•;'• ;■'■■■ WILL BE KEPT INSIDE/''''.','''' j " [I y\7flO LEGALE I;, .• ^Ei1 AilL ■.! .OBBERS1''> T&KEN' i« ViifortLarger-kucl ;Smull-Q.uaiitities.in• cvdry lino-."". { Jlisil •u r'ljGivav.lhei'-lREDERiA'Li jOifttFE•.;av'tnSf and ^"dii, VpH r)'iavje even .•.n.-u.:! n- elvilUft ttiitl'ift't'dMdn. Model ate Priccs W.cvcrytlilivof;' I, iu« Wf .Tj.'iV* (rt J • ■ , ,.o' ;i ■ Ik LLl^ldAL 'Suit'.of Cl'othes|' H...

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Local and General News. To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

Local and Gensral Naws. < To Correspondents. "Subject" should forward name and address, riot necessarily for publication but as a guarantee rtf good faittt. Misprint. We hasten to correct an error which crept intd ovir report of the local Empire Day celebrations last issue. Miss A. Sparnon's name was inadvertently given as Miss Sparrow. Football. A ball and supper in aid of tlu Meatian Football Club funds is a fixture for 1st July. New Garage. The tender of Messrs Gross and Pryce has been accepted for the erection of a new motor garage iii Quanibatook. Tenders came in from Iverang and else where as well as Quambatook. This latest venture by Mr Sam Cameron should fulfil all expec tations. Bank Holiday. Monday next, being the anni versary of the King's Birthday, will be observed locally as a pub lic and Bank holiday. Railway Renovation. A number of platelayers are snugly housed under canvas on the local railway reserve in pur suance of their various avoca tions. For Bronchi...

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THE Quambatook Times. OUR MOTTO: "Truth is great, and will prevail." WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

OUR MOTTO : ■" Truth is great, and will prevail" WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1914. General Hamilton's report on the military forces of the Com monwealth shows that in the matter of defence there is much for the Liberal Ministry to do. When in office the Labor Party displayed a praiseworthy desire to lay the foundations of an army and of a navy, which should make Australia safe from Foreign attacks. But so much said, it has been frankly pointed out that much of General Hamilton's report is a condemnation of past business methods, a plea for wiser administration in the f u ture. The General insists that Austra lia's army must have a business branch under a comptroller, with a quartermaster general as second in command. It would be almost the duties of this branch to watch expenditure closely, to see that Commonwealth thousands go where need is greatest, not necessarily where demand is most urgent. It would have to decentraliso, to establish a pension scheme, to bring about closer co operation ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

Acknowledged by the Press the Greates System of Painless Dentistry in Australasia, 88 ELIZABETH STREET, MEL ' ■ BOUBNE. 91 VICTORIA AVENUE, ALBERT ' PARK.-'"' • M.'-'E." THOM'AS'Recorded' by "the Den tal, Bpard of Victoria.) Consider your interests, so consult us during our visits—it will spay you:' a .-'.Have* your iTeeth Extracted! by an ' Anesthetic which has proved itself to be superior.to most Local Anresthetics. A WONDERFUL SUCCESS. . What Dr Charles Hambly, D.D.S., editor of the American Dentists, U.S.A., says of Thomas, Painless Dentistry.— Dear Sir,—Concerning your anesthetic, ; we .will say that it. appears to be tie superior preparation . for the Painless Extraction of Teeth, and the work is performed without pain or unpleasant ness to the patient. ' IN'/AN'ITE. America's .latest invention for artifi cial plates, lighter, stronger and better for the mouth than ordinary vu.'canitc, from £4 4s (with painless extractions, free). - Vulcanite Plates; from £3/3. Fillings from 5...

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Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

Sycllng ariu Tiltiidr Mo'tes; -[By 0>tr Special Correspondent.] ifyjl': J^M'.^bajii'^endH Danlo;i I'ubber Co, sunn* iatei * "f the I'aris •Tours 1*162, the sujjiicI long thai th j;Aiutni!i.ri team ofn'LiiM »onij>t(ed 'ihI r.Vpwa'i h"eId(oyer a course of 196, milesi portion' v\ lite route being hilly. T!j«. event strtiVu! ^ 6 124 ridntf-etrt'ti(ig away together iv'rkhnm st.i(te3 thai t'ie I'engeot lir.n had two riders the. dtarter.v for the pu^nse of broakiiigi.p IIk' bty Ityld^anrt they carried , out their :ni i n'ao suctc' frtly ^nt- sit the j e:i:lof 25 miles there wire only 3U ridt'ra in tile leading hunch* Kirkham rather foolishly had started away with aJ72 inelLgeaivand l)qtr < jibdnUfntf to keep up with the lea lers worked l"f" ^mdder.ibly. Kirly in the mse Keefe punc«tn'ctt ^Kjh, \y!iiLst S.icll had similar troubles, Imt eattg'iio t:p again at UloU (111 miles). Munro and Ivjrhh.imgot dropped some 53 mile3 after the |^*vinix Blurted on ton low gears, and the p...

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A SPORTING WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

A SPORTJNG WAGES. A mr tch has been arranged for ££0 a-side to take place between Mr S. Cameron's Expectation and Messrs. Gunsser Bros.' Jar diniere. Expectation is well known locally a* a performer, and the owners of Jardiniere hail from Kaneira ar.d Pulk.n. Jardiniere is now in his eitrhth year, and is by the New Zealand horse. Pedes tal flaii Daphne, by Playboy (imp.) The event is to bo run off on the local racecourse on Wednesday, Sth July, and Mr Cameron's horse is conceding 200 yards in two miles,

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Late Coursing. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

Late Coursing. Coursing has undoubtedly caught on locally, for there was a big muster of .sports at the rendezvous, Mr James Cameron's paddocks, this afternoon. Tiere are three dogs left in to fight out the finish to-morrow morning. Messrs Bramley's Split.Ring and Suttie's Durey meet, and Jthe winner thereof contests .the final with Mr T. Ritchie's Heather Belle. The frosty mornings of late caused the going to be hard, which resulted in Mr J. Purcell having to withdraw Bessie Good wood alter she had won her initial course. .

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Delegates' Meeting HELD AT ULTMA. THE BOORE CLUB ADMITTED. SPECIAL TRAINS TO BE ENGAGED. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 3 June 1914

| Delegates"' Al'eeting 1IELI) AT ULl'i.MA. :ttlrt vidoiit c'i.v 13 .vduitted... S KCIAL Til.VLVS TO l!E EN'-. GAGED. ' ' Tho fourth delegatesmeeting L'l1 illj season -.was held, at' Mo'Johne J's.Jtailway Hotel, Ultinn, oil -Monday last, U'.'ufit '°S!Jes,y,|!',)l'.1 ves from lioort, Qa tin '-nlno!;, Mcniirfil t>tid Wfltttsi jwfn prujonf. The uneertaiuity-of Luc Mumiirirf l'l-tit who wouM bo the coil)|)OtmVtonm3, Iia.s'iit fasv been obiviatod, and the to 11113 to tike p.ili H'iii be eltiba rcprca?nting tho towns iinnioi; Mr (Srilfen wr.s dsctsd to the chniif. , After Mr O'Connor, on behalf 01 tlie Ultima club, hud 'extended a cordial wo'coidp to tlie visiting delegates, nn l tHg ofduiitry roufcino business was d 3 J Pitrkiii.nn ujoved, (hat ine <iowi>etii{ in I'd t'.Uikfj tc rciid—" JJie , jJorthprn &.<■ trict Footb.il! Leagiie."—Viiftltt'i; Mr Dight informed the meeting tfi.-it thy^roatest difficulty to bo overcome, at .eaci Ks ps tj10.5jj1.ft eln...

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