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POINTS SCORED. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 24 June 1914

POINTS SCORED. Against u a ^ u S3 (X Q uambatock 21 24 150 7 18 60 Boort ... 11 14 SO 13 20 9S Meatian ... S 22 70 11 15 SI Ultima ... 7 15 57 1G 22 11S

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COULD DO SOMETHING. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 24 June 1914

' COULD_D0 SOMETHING. boy of five was invited to n;_ children's party. Tho next day. ho was giving an account, of tho fun, and said that each of tho iittlo visitors had contributed cither a song, a recitation, or miisio, for tho pleasure of tho rest. "O poor little Jnckl" said . his mother, *|how very unfortunato you could do nothing!" "Yes, I could, mother," replied tho young hopeful; "I blood up and said iry -prayers 1"

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 24 June 1914

THE AUSTRIU.IAII ESTATES AND MORTGAGE GO. LTD. WOOL WAREHOUSES, -573 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. WOOLandGRAIN AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW AND GRAIN WEEKLY. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ON THE ENSUING CLIP OF WOOL For Sale In Melbourne or Shipment to London. The Company act Strictly as .Selling: Brokers. ADVANCES Oi. GRAIN. YOU MAY REST ASSURED &*! Beecfara's Pills wHI be of (rent service to you if your stomach is out of order m your liver is sluggish. The conditions of life in these days are so strenuous thai ac*rty everybody hu time*, overtaken by various derangements of the digestive •nans. Even the firongest and healthiest occasionally require a little corrective —rlirinr It is worth rem em boring that thousands of people have proved thai BEECHAM'S I PILLS VMBr exert & curative effect upon the disturbed organs and restore them to their ■ormal keakhy stale. This splendid preparation has a world-wide reputation for nfkariag the axhuertts arising from ...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Quambatook v. Meatian. A STIRRING GAME AND SPLENDID FINISH: [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 24 June 1914

Quambatook v. Msaiian. A STIRRING GAME AHD SPLElMDlD FINISH: Meatian player^ visited (Jiidirlbiitook on Saturday with a strong combination, while ths locals werj without Ih • ser^ vice3 of White (a sterling back man), C: M'Qjlliyrijy and Tim Carruthers. Tlie vis'tor J forced rilatk'i'j in the first cerm and put on eight points id their opponenU' single, and in the third quarter scored 20 33 agaimt one. But, in the final quarter, Quamby rallied, and turned what looked like a rout into a dazilltlg Victnryi The TeAmS. Qjtlmbatook—W. Gr'oss (cdpt;); F. Gro33, E. Gross, A. Gross, B. Smith, Roy Carruthers, J. Mangan, M. Bentic. F. Cameron, A. Bayli.-, L Meney, °J. King, J. Cirrigan, L. William3on, M. CoUghlan, Jt .Gotifthlan and D. Barry. Meatian—E. BddEh (ddptBlanche,• Anderson, W. O'Meara, W. Balderson, J. Wright, H. Alexander, A. Balderson, Clarke, Sheldon, Groat, Ryan, Roberts, J. Vanderfcen, R. Booth, P. Alexander, F. O'.Meara and A. King. The Play. Meatian's skipper won the toss and...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. NORTHERN DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 24 June 1914

FOOTBALL; nor-Fher^ ptsTiiier a&ocia.: ■now. The first ro-in-J wv.'s 'coaiphiad on Saturday and results "a'lovv Quam'batook in ihe lerid tfith the tHrea matches played to their credit. Dodd were also victorious over Ultima, and the tCariis now standQjam'jatook, throi wins; Boort, two ; Meatian, one; Ul tima) nib

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 24 June 1914

POSITION OF CLUBS. CLUB Quambatook lioort Meatian Ultima "3 c z .. 3 3 0 0 12 „ 3 2 1 0 S ..31204 ..3 0 3 0 0

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 24 June 1914

/•Torse iviAXTio, DIPLOMA, I.ONDON, , , ■ - *'-fV "'YEARS' 'Hospital Experiences, Vy (rotiu alt disi asps in both-men. ' -.1 women, no matter how lonK "n ■ Sufi'erovs, avow o;urfitjons;, con mo. without delay. . Delay is cnn -• rous to your comprint. Destitute ! «xes treated free of .charge. Has also Private ifomo for Midv.-ifery. -Uients 1'ofor'-', after, and duriiiK H'llt. . Bo.\l«> i-iOPEI'.ATE — 53 fc-y- Doctnrs is ^« v-—;v j{ •I* rictly private. Country .••'vised. , Stamp envelops fcr reply. • • -'"Charlton," -Burgess St., AueuRre, iwiei-gourne* 'Phono, ISM-, Hawthorn. RcnditloV. Premier CATERER. W. 300 H0.r3.-c "/cs. Street. Sumili-'-i foi-w:.. f..r all Northern •istwl '< -' •« 11' -• wed . ngs.cl i.'i.'im fetes :f.viroi o 01! 01- R BRIDE . CAKES Visit Reed's IVa-V^c-nx when in Ben r,'°. t: - f- James Woods, ? RiYGT iGAL B 0 OTST AE3R, 'TOCKS all kinds of Indies',. Gcnt.'s .J and'Childrens'l'rwtwcav. . •«5""'■ J . — -Supplies all warns . Mates t6 all measures. Pr...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOORT v. ULTIMA. A HARD-FOUGHT BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 24 June 1914

EOORT v. UI-TIJiA. A HARD-FOUGHT BA'ITLE. Booi't Was at home to Ultima on Saturday, ''ion" Cameron stood cut of the local team, and Wisewoilld Bros, and Thomas were absent from the via'tir's ranks. Teams Ultima—I-oclthead. Minster, Mc Maho.i (back); Bell,. Nr, McConnell, Hayes (half-back) ; Charles, Groat, R. Minster (centre) ; Buckley, Purdell, Vereker (half-forward) : Brooks. Ram sey. Harrison (forward); Fagan, Hoiles, J. McConnell. (followers). ftoort—Parkinson, .Weaver, William son (ba;k) ; P. Cameron, Cracknel!, Dodson (half back1! ; S'ieVerinir. Bur rowes, Gordon (centre) ; Kir.dson, Killeen, Storey (half-forward) ; Tracey, Dickinson, Fyfe (forwardi ; Mackie Hiegins, MePherson (followers). Punctually on time the umpire (Os borne) bounced the ball, which Mackie knocked out to his rover, MePherson, and he passed it oil to Killeen, who promptly sent the ball through the uprights, and scored first goal for Bcort. Even play followed Ultima sent down, but were unable to score. After...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEACHING OF EUGENICS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 July 1914

TEACHING OF EUGENICS. Speaking ot' the ''I'rogress of Kugc-| niesM at the Hoval Institution, Dr. j fcaleehy said that America had made (In' utu^i thorou^h-goin^ investigations, hut thi' results, valuable though tHoy were lor the time, were based on in Minicientiy scientitic foundations, amj ' would haw tu be done over this sido loose thinkers, ready to trace every thing lo hereditary, had laid down the most stringent laws for the eugenic eon duet of society, so mueh ho that one might almost say that no one whose ancestors had died from any eauso should be allowed to uiarry; biH the j scientist knew Unit the day was still | distant when he could speak with au thority. The investigator ot' eugenics must wait upon the teachings of tho I anthropologist aud sociologist, 4

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]on Mr [?]ted Mr SPIES ON TH[?] PLOT TO BLOW [?] [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 July 1914

V" SPIES'ON THtti ion, Mi lted M> PLOT TO BLOW ifV ® liheims, which is I champagne country, as well as W>, § the most important military centmf^p France, lias been thrown into a stiijto' of great excitement by revelations \yhich were made to the police regarding} the invasion of the eastern frontier by uer muii spies, and the organisation oil an amazing plan to stop, in case of the .sudden declaration of war, the mobili sation ami movements of the French army around Rheims. A dispute be tween a French dragoon anil a couple of Germans led to a l'rec iighr, which re sulted in the whole party being taken to tho police station. There the dra goon explained to the commissary that ho bccnino very angry because the Ger mans wanted him to desert, and oil'ered to provide him with means to leave his regiment or to act as a spy. it appears that tho two Germans ar rived at Itheims a'fow mouths ago, and were employed by u local Gernuiu cut lcry, lirm, aud it has been ascertained that, tho-...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"MANNERS MAKYTH WOMAN." ("Sydney Morning Herald.") [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 July 1914

"MANNERS MAKYTH WOMAN." ("Sydney Horning Herald."; To tlio modern woman, tlio extreme modern woman, humility is no longer a virtue. Unselfishness may bo crimi nal, because it may tempt others to be selllsdi. Self-effacement is silly. Sho must, as a duty, develop her ■individu ality, must assert her rights, aomotiines spell tlieni with a very large K, and enforco respect for tlio claims of her SOX. Does she always) benefit herself, her associates, and 'society generally by so ordering her lifof May it 1100 be pos sible that in some eases sho, does her own character a permanent injury by tlio process, and. at the' samo time makes her neighbors uncomfortable'. The question is involved. Pondering tlio problem, I went to town, mid there met some, illustrations which will be'useful- when we resume discussion. ' Tho first was ill a tram car. The car Wasnot full, but the compartment I sat in was crowded. Nevertheless, a loud-voicod woman'prOT I'erred it, and pushed ill. ■ Without any apolog...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 July 1914

'WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (Hy "Ambrosine.") All the now coats and costumes arc fashioned to show open-fronted collars and- Jew-cut vests, which prove so be coming to tlio majority of wearers. The only drawback to this delightful fashion is that it tends to rougheu and leddeu the part of the sltin so oxposed, leaving an ugly inarJc when ovouing I dress is worn. To remedy this a now preparation, introduced in the first place to whiten and softeji'tho hands},will be l'ouud invulnerable. This in niudo in tlio form of scent, and a fow drops .rubbed into the skinnight and morning docs wonders in removing redness or roughness and preserving the natural wliitouess of tlio skin. Indeed, tlio littlo dressmaker of to (fay linds her hands full of work of this description just now, as a great many women are taking advantago of Fash ion'a latitude in this direction, and in stead of buying expensive frocks are having their old ones unpicked'. and dyed, or cleaned and covered with "dra peries of lace or ...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A GOOD REASON. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 July 1914

A GOOD JiBASON. An English oflieer, whose .ship was I Atationed off tho const of Ceylon, went for a day's shooting, accompanied by a native servant. Coming to a par ticularly inviting river, the ollieer re solved to have n bathe, and ask<'d t)h» native to show him a place where then* were no alligators. The native look him to a pool close to the estuary. The ojlicer enjoyed his swim, ami while drying himself asked the native why there were never any alligators in that pool. "Because, sail," replied tho guide, "they plenty 'iraid of shark!" Tho teacher was instructing tho youngstcni in natural history. "Can any little hoy or girl," said she, "tell me what an oyster is?" "i know. Mistf Mary J 1 know! An oyster," triumphantly announced Jimmy," "is a Hah built liko«a nut."

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 July 1914

WIT AND HUMOR. I They were playing "Mnobeth," and I the performance had reached tho thrill • '"K point whero Macbeth goes off the •stugo to murder tho King. On arriv ing behind tho aconea th6 villain of tho piece looked about for tho blood in which to dip hia hands. Not finding ] it, lie summoned the stage manager, who . lmd forgotten to'prepare it. What watt to be done! The time had eoino for him to reappear on the stage. Sud denly, with adinirablo presence of mind, lie smote ,the manager's noso with ail hia force, and dipping hia hands in tho copious stream that llowed, ho dashed on tho stage, followed by a roar from 1 the smitten one, just iu time, with tho v.-ords: "I havo dono tho deed. Did i you not hear the noise t" ] "You ask my hand in marriage. Aren't you rather ambitious?.!' "Yea, i but .1 always strlvo for big things." 1 From that moment his caso was hope : 'pss'. i ..Teacher of Hygiono: Why must wo, I always bo earoful .to keep our rooms clean and neat? . . * Littlo Gir...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 July 1914

COURSING. I . T'r e big meeting of the Quam *atrok Coursing Club is a fixturr '^r Wednesday, 15th, when th< "Vmpion Stakes will be decide' "hving to pressure of space 1 ssue, I made short notice of suf' i"fting. After a motion ha-' been passed adhering to the dp'" Hotted the local club, Mr J. T Harvey (President) made mention hatall were aware he was leaving the district. He acknowledged he pleasure it had given him !r> n at their head, where he h-v' met the best of sports. H •knowledged the kindness er 1'■.ended by the ladies at thw ' lt'ngs, which was a bright spn' '-•ft would always remain in hi? nt'mory. He had enjoved hiV •"If thoroughly, and what w • ^.heir pleasure was his pleasure. He thought it a fit and proper ime to tender his resignation. Tr S. Cameron, with regr-> learnt that Mr Harvey was leavin" hem. He was not only a -goo' sport, but had taken a big part in advancing their little town of "lambatook. It was henK breaking to see a man like larvey leavi...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEETROOT LEAVES AS FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 July 1914

BEETROOT LEAVES AS FODDEH. Tho process of drying the leaves of tlio sugar boot crop is. being gradually evolved in Germany on practical hues* and, it' is estimated that when tho pro ojss becomes general it will represent; an economy of .. something-' like £8,000,000 at present expended on other feeding stuffs. : ' According to experts, tha valuo of tho dried leaves is 23 to £3/10/ a^ton, without taking into consideration the residual voluo of manuro. As a fod der the dried leaves are eaten readily by cattle, and aro quite freo from the drawbacks arising froin tho consump tion of largo quantities of tho leaves in a fresh state.

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MENTAL DEPRESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 July 1914

MENTAL DEPRESSION. A well-known doctor says that much can lie done to overcome the mental de pression of the aged. One should in duce tbo old man to make' tho effort toi improve' his appearance, stimulate his sense of pride and let those around him tell him how young he looks. The psychic effect is instantaneous. Association with the young- lias a rejuvenating ef fect, anil if the young peoplo treat tho aged as one of themselves, it will arouse a youthful spirit in the old folks. One must make an effort to keep their minds pleasantly occupied. If they have no thing to do they think of their past and the future, and they brood. Tho action and appearance of the aged in dividual are more certain indications of the condition of his health than his statements. Tho family should know that thero may be fever in spite of a cool forehead, that mumbling in sleep is often delirium, that when the old man or v.'onian shows a disinclination to get out of bed at the usual hour it usually means a s...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 July 1914

THE TURF. Excitement ia intense over th trot next Wednesday. The wst> ■ had been simmering for a whil< ■ it boiled over and a match w; arranged, Messrs Gunnsser Bros, jwn a trotter named Jardiniere, nd that piece of furniture, often quoted in auctioneers' sales, i qualifying daily on the track it .in eunook. Quambatookers Din their faith to, and are at the height of Expectation winni^" I have heard of 2's being laid the latter, but (from invoices) th .n.m in the street says that i*! iam Cameron cannot give aw >v that 200 yards in two miles. '! make things more interest members of the Picnic Ciub h been granted the day by u<. V R.C. for a meeting. Therefore, I look for a bumper crowd on ow pjpular councillor's course.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Terribly Tempted. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 July 1914

skk;.al story by ANNABEL GRAY. Lcnore sipped her colleo, and . glowing li'irtUnud to tlio situation. All luiv fury and indignation were gradu ally changing into storniiess. Slio was glad slio had rerouted Stamer's cruelty, that ho knew slio was vin dictive and defiant; but in tho midst oC this rebellion slio suddenly realised, tlio holplcssuess of her. position, and being n crenturo of impulse, wondered if God lind forsaken her, and felt foar of tho great Being slio had ; so long forgotten. Kvory emotion' was stirred and sha ken. it is in these moments of moral; abandonment and niin Ho draws .tho rebel back to loyalty and submission;. Fooling cut off from all human cum ' loit, aid, or pity, Lonoro knelt, down and prayed for divine graco. •">. 1'ho' notion was involuntary—tho cry of supplication saved her reason. Slio was m tlint highly-wrought franio ol mnid, which will givo youth all the ardour and passion of martyrdom. Any desiro for pardon will render tho irfirid pliant and su...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 July 1914

PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMOR. "A sense of lmmoiir in men and wo moil serveji.ia3 a shield between them and the*cares and responsibilities oE .life." This remark was mndo recently by Miss Oraveson in a lecture she gavo before the Child Study Society in Lon don. As she was speaking about chil dren, she added the equally wise re mark:-^!'As children know nothing of one they have neithor need; nor know ledge oC' tho other." Humor is nei ther an anaesthetic nor a hypnotic, but it is one of the great collision pads of humnn life, and does a great deal to soften the more violent effects of the work-a-duy world. Its psychology is still' rather obscure, and it is not one of those phenomena that lendsitself to laboratory measurement like perception of colors or quickness in appreciation of pain or pleasure or sensitiveness to heat or eold. So for the present no mathe matical unit has been worked ,out either for wit or humour. Nevertheless, it is an undoubted fact that humour is au excellent psychologi...

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