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Proposed New Loan. And Other Shire Matters. Gr O'Donnell at Quambatook: Necessity for Urgent Funds. Local Councillors in Opposition. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914

Proposed Mew Loan. Anc2 Other Shire Matters. t»r .O'DonnGil Q jzirribaiodit; Necessity Tor Urgent Fund 3. Local .Councillors in Opposition; Cr O'Donnell .visited Quarnba . took on Thursday at the invitation Uf the Progress Association 'and . discoursed oh the proposed new loan of £15,000 for urgent works in country towns as well as road repairs generally. Mr J. C. Whitehead was .-vote.!': to the chair, and the large audience was ail invested ah appreciative one. . The Chairman was brief but trenchant in his opening remarks. • He said : .'the Council wants is financing; It is liearly insolvent, and wants to find a'quick way out!" Cr O'Donnell wxs received , with, a hearty wind of applause. He thanked^ members of the Pro gress Association for their cordial • invite to speak on Council matters, and also the South west Riding Council lorsforacquicscing. It had been his custom during the IS years he had the" honor of occupying a seat at the Council table to address the ratepayers of his ...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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WOMAN'S RIGHTS IN THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914

VtflilViAH'S RIGHTS IN THE GARDEN. 7 do holier**, that Tvhon it come* to gardening i\ woman baa »omo right1?, oven though they amy not be enumer ated in Iho Constitution. To begin with, I bcliova that every woman- has a right to a garden. It 'rf natural to want to garden and dig in the ilirt and watch things grow and pick liowerg and vegetables. And os peciully for the woman on the farm. If I wore a woman on a farm, I'd have a garden-or have a hght. Aiid it wonidn11 bo a. little old woody comer next to the hedge,- but a nice, big, clean- piece, of ground, the best .tend on iho fnrm, fenced hog-and-chicken-tight p.nd plow* od and harrowed by, ,tho aicn folks the first thing in the spring. ... And above all, a woman is entitled to good first-class tools to work the garden with. Honest, now, sitter, what kind of tools have*you got to care for vour garden with1? Show 'cm up! I 'know just about the list, anyway.^ It's an old car.'.non hoc,.probably rusty and dull; a ralie witlv several t...

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Death at Lake Marmal. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914

Death at Lake R/l arm a!. It is .with extreme regret tbaL we record the death of Mr Michaa Rogan, of Lake Marraal, whi It took place at a private hospital ill Clifton Hill, on Monday evening, after a long illness. Deceased, who was 37 years of age, was the second son of the la'e Mr Michael-Rogai, and was born at Maryborouzh. H' came to Manual at, a very early age, and was there practically a'l his fe. During the last 9 years he w.is in nartnership with his brother, Mr P.-ter RDgan, in farming and grazing pursuits. It is douht fa! if there was a more popular man in Lake Mar inal thin deseape I His genial personality and kindness of heart had endeared hiui to every one,: and as a neighbor he wi; second to 110112. • In" all loraluiov'a-. i ments lie was a most etietgetic and enthusiastic worker. He was 1 keenly interested in the Lake Mir mal Golf Club, also a member" of "the 1 harlton ■' gricultnr.il Society, being on the committee at the time of hjs death. The deceased attri buted his...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XIX—(Continued.. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914

SERIAL STOUT HV j ANNABEL GRAY. ! OIIAPTKll XIX—(Convinuod). "Leonard,—Tiiis is tho hist ti»'o J'"" j will OTer lionr from nie, unlc-Ks it, may ' bo from liiy death-lnxl. Tou Jci't mo with a farewell bo cniol—it still I scorns somo ghastly dream; but I 11111 weak enough to wish you to know Unit I I thought of .vou oil this Ijst sad day. You will find nil you over gave mo in tho wardrobe-; and 1 also wish to say 1 forgive you everything. I am sorry I rejiroached you; tho words were spoken in all tho horror caused by itlio thought of separation. For give them. I lovo youl • Your unago is dearor to mo than any other, mid X only ask you—remember mo! If tot: could Beo those tears you would know all I suffer. Loto 'will not tie, or rather it is dying so vory hard, 1' . already feel half destroyed with it. Once more—-Farewell !,J . "'Lonoro.", "What a dousion iti had ; all beonl Whilo sho had beon so happy, so cro duloiis, abandoning herself to art, studying rtlio finest stylists, measurin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914

TITETrtOUKLS HAD DI.-i.U'i'^AIib.T. --£> mi;. 12 in >:i;!u a™," wiitoi .Mr 1 l inliy, 2 1-i nwuli-Htreat,. , Wo )!!aliva\ N.h. \\ -my diijjiror ikiSorivl cuiikhIit' mi;)- "it i cnsM; com in d my utten tun iii-nji oulltsl to ari a.hv tifonu;it ,in O il iiiii a 0mill li .'.in'il.v I ileci k-d to try u K i- liei-. i h'O Klip oveii.cnt wan no uu ml-:; iifla fuw iiiii'ivi (liaf, v o continue! to kivu liar liia Ui':iui.'h\ aril after tw i ln,t|.w,«'0 wi.'O i.rl 'uil"i{i-..ti(iu<l Id l!:i:l tlnt thu tl'on >!u,. ij-'iioli' iva lin I Uvovis l m,.tlit- boaiais o^'ojiiu Iwd flKjiplioaro;!,"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914

THE AUSTRALIANESTATES AND MORTGAGE CO. LTD. WOOL WAREHOUSES, 673 to 579 COLLINS STREET,. MELBOURNE. WOO L andG RAIN AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKIN3, 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 Ok GRAIN. YOU MAY REST ASSURED (bat Beechtm's PiUs win be of great service to you if your stomach is out ordir •r your liver is sluggish. The conditions of life in these days are so strenuous thai Marly everybody is &t times, overtaken by various derangements of the digestive Organs. Even the strongest and healthiest occasionally require a little corrective ••dicine. It is worth remembering that thousands of people have proved that BEE€HMm'S PILLS tjmxRy exert * curative effect upon the disturbed organs and restore then) to their Dermal beahhy state. This splendid preparation has a world-wide reputation for raftrring the ailments arising from stomach ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914

| nMiimTTwnTTTTi-rraratijiat Iilii tto. Stools ^Station Agents. WKLEOt/KNE' OFFICE, ■.. ui ■ -16S Collins Street. Branches : QuamisaTOOk, Boort, Charlton, Wych proof, Kerang, Swan Hi)), and Barham (N.S.W-) Auctioneer^ W ofcice. iO/MiiRO&CO. Tj>EG to notify to their numerous cli Jl-J cuts j>sat tlv^y haye established a branch of their business in Quambatook. They have purchased a block of land adjoining the trucking yards, upon which they are'erecting.Good and Convenient Yards in which thov will hold regular Stock Sales. Thfey will be pleased to order tracks for Fpt Sioek for Newmarket, and . surw'^fetend the loading' of Stock, and ivill also supply latest information on t'na markets. • •' T. E. DUNSTAN, Qusnibatcek Representative. ayAr«OEi;»pALE. : fltBrsday, Jsaly 2. T,"* inVAP-iWiTfRlSNCTiARD &-CO. will JLi hftl^J&tJe.'usial Si'dcKSsle in their new yards as above, when they will yard, Sheep,J^ttie^Horse^. &e. Special Eiitries'foYk'ext Stock' S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914

-The Federal Cafe, ' Q'JAMBATOO K. MISSES REGAN DESIRES to notify the public of Quambatook and district that they have purchased the business of Mr B. Costa, and hope to hav< a continuancc of the support accorded him. .ALL FRESH FRUITS IN SEASON RECEIVED DAILY. . . GUARANTEE CUSTOMERS THAT IT IS ALWAYS FRESH.' - A B!3 ALLOWANCE MACE-OH Fil'JIT BY THE CASE FOR JAM MAr,!?iO, &e. : * SUSVIWiER DR!E\JJ£S AKD CQKDiALS OF ALL. KJMDS. Lemon Squash &. Hot 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 lino. , - . ' • Give llic FEDERAL CAFE a trial and you w-ill have eyerv civility and attention. Model ate Prices for everything. ' 2333253SE3g /' / 1 - j? - kJ i. Ply. Ltd. Tailors, Hatters and Mercers, THE CORNER, FCOTSCRAY. Best Place for a Suit of Clothes p or a correct Highland cos-£ tume. Samples and self-g measurement charts sentp everywhere.' C...

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To Say Farewell. TO MR J. M'CARTHY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914

To Say Farewell. TO MR J. M'CARTHY. The large dining-room of Rogers' Quanbatook Hotel was fittingly arr in gad on Thursday night what time a large number of prominent citizens assarrib'ed at the festive board to bid adieu to Mr J, M'Carthy, who made himself aunivei's.dfavoriteduring his nine months of office as local stationmaster, and who has been transferred to Ghillingollah. Cr Cameron occupied the chair, and among the company were Gi Radclifl' (President of the Shire), and Crs O'Donnell andCoughlan. The Chairman expressed regre; at the loss to the township theii guest would be. He had been gentleman in his duty to every body and favored nobody. He asked all to rise and drink health *nd success to their populai (Viond, Mr M'Carthy. The toast was drunk with muoiual lienors. Mr Muldoon (local agents foi Messrs Thomas Morrow and Co., iuctioneers) referred to the great assistance rendered and tht ooliging. disposition of M. vl'Carthy. Before their guest': arrival, he had so much push...

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THE Quambatook Times. OUR MOTTO: "Truth is great, and will prevail." WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1914. Local and General News. Local Governmt Act. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914

OUR MOTTO : " Truth is great, and will prevail." WEDNESDAY, JULY 8. 1914. Local and General News. Local Govcrnmt Act. The Local Government Ac11 Amending Bill will be introduced in the State Parliament this ses sion. It will be on the same line* as the mjasure discussed las year. Tae bill provides for the amalgamation of shires whose rates cn a shilling basis yield less than £1500 yearly, and ' o: boroughswhose rates on a shilling basis yield less than £300 yearly Several amendments and ad ditions will be made, including : provision emnowerinT n^nnoiis i' the Ma! lee to compel owners of 1-nd auuLimg uu luausauu »vai.<-i Co imission channels tolea /eun fa! owed their' lands a certaii distance from the road or chan rut so as to prevent drift sane a cumulating in them. The Thistle Act. At the Farmers Convention Mr J. Rankin (Rochester) moved that the Government be requested to amend the thistle act, with" a view of it being enforced by the Government instead of by the muicipa...

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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914

. fPEWS SUMMARY. A new JJnlk'0 railway lino, Itaiubow to Yaapoot, was opened on Friday by the Minister for Railways (Mr. Muc kinnou). A ton-.bio fito has occurred in Sa , U-;S;A,;. 1,1 track 2J miles long unci Juilt a milo wide it swept ou ■ of exisienco £4,000,000 worth ol pro i>erty. News has roaohed AVolliugjon that i.e U.-siiiiu-, Uio fiisl stoaniwr beloug iii.U to tiio Gorjiian-Australinn lino, left Hamburg on Thursday for Now Zea land via Amsterdam, Hor first port of Citli ill New Zealand is Tho Jiluir, anbici|!ii'ii:J_v kbo will call at Lyttel ton, Wellington and Auckland. I'lorare Craminuml, Wellington ni.ui agor ol' Cool; and Son, has been charged wfth tho ombezzlcmont ot' £1-135. Crammond, who was brought back from Sydney, was remanded on bail of £500, and two sureties of £230 each, till July. The amount rcceivod by tho Bondigo City Council in rates for tho fortnight ended Juno 10 mis £19,133, er au m cioaso of £3399 on tho amount received during tho corresponding perio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914

3 YEARS IN THE MELBOURNE TRAMWAY SERVICE. A CLEMENTS TONIC LETTER. Many Officials in the Melbourne Tram way Service can Confirm This Testi mony, which all Victorian Railway Service Men should Read. In certain periods of the year the weak-chested man or woman goes down to influenza and other chest ailments. They cannot be too careful. Here is an instance where influenza was followed by pleurisy, but this great medicine, as usual, worked wonders in restoring health. Read this letter (written from 42 Bladen-street, East Brunswick, Mel bourne, 2/4/'12):— CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "The end of December 1911,1 caught cold, and was laid up with pleuri;y, which became serious. Two doctors attended me ; for three days my tem perature was llMieg. My life was despaired of, but through the doctor's advice I live to-day. He advised my wife to get Clements Tonic for me that ' there was "life in that medicine. I am convinced that when he said ' LIFE IN CLEMENTS' they were the truest words he ever uttered...

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WOMAN IN DISGUISE. WHIP FOR MR. ASQUITH. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914

WOMAU IN DISGUISE. WHIP Jj'Olt .\Ul~ASQUITH. l):sguised m male aitire a sulfrage te was arrestee! in --lie .House or uon. inons. Silo had a rilling whip con coalcd ill lior sleeve, and said that she ineauc to give either Air. Asquint or Mr McKeiiuu a good thrashing. Dres sed in a pair or dark biuo trousers, and a dark overcoat, and a'greeu Trilby hat, the woman enterod tiio approacn to St. Stephen's Hall with a maio companion. U'hey were asked their business by the policeman on uuty as they approached the swing doors, "ana in l'oply they replied "we warn 10 sto a member.' In accodranco with custom they were allowed to pass, and they, crossed the Hall, and sat down on tho riglit hand sido behind tho llussell stutue. Tho attention of tho pulico was quickly attracted liawovor, and when a question was put to tho woman tho yoi-j i'om inino voice in which she answered was sufficient; slio had disclosed her sex. •Tho police a* once escorted her lrom tho premises to Cuuon ltow, where she wa...

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GIPPSLAND SIMILAR. A ERIOUS SHORTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914

.GIPPSLAND .-IMILAB. A -ERI0U3 SHORTAGE. Mi.fftu, the head quarters of the Stat-j suh- idised Bset Sugar Factory, •is in a similar plight. Truly the seascns hive chtnged. The fa'l th.rj for the first six month3 of 1913 was 14 inobes g9 points. To date ibis year, but 5 inohea 28 points have been registered, J:rne* Skewisa, of Chillingo'lah, f irraer. 'ssets, £2,560; habilitios. £2,771 3J Id ; Causes of injo!ven:y—Lo»iej through unfavourable seasons and drought, and si. kilos'! of family. Filed at Stvan Hill. Mr William Bell, assignee. Alelegr m was receive 1 by th« ihire secretary from Sir S. Sam.ison, SI.P., ■ >n F iiiy, st itiuu that- the Postal depart ment h is dccldc.l to ercst a telephone line b;t\ve. n Ultima and Swin Hill. This linn when completed will link up Swan Hill with Sea Lake, Chillmgollah and the i.iti rvei ing districts.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914

. .. h XiiPL6ltA,. LOJn!?ON, . "itfV YEARS''lI<vp til Experiences, •wStf'" treats all tli^n(1 -T in b ;th men nil wpmpn.Jia iiiatloi how long sUnd " «<' "Sufferers, avoid operations/, con uTt me without 'delay. _ Pel,\y |S, •*?!!?* " rous to your complaint. Destitute v.lses- treated free of charge. • llns also' Pi ivate Home for IvIidV.ifery. dunnj? .igcouchernent. Boaud Moderate "BBS £3 3a Doctors m attendance. trictly private. Country.triiins nict it aJviSCfl. :,;i / >;.y '4 I '»• Itflfcy ... stamp envelope For routy. Charlton," Surgcsa St.,.- !,-(; AUfittRM}'*'"MELBOURNE.! !:i; •?Hone,^:yjaffl^iHU 6»ilVi;J i lf' *5 -.t.- ji> s-twiVi». uiirf a"? * 5 !; . Bcncli^o's Premier , ■/ CATERER. 5 *_ W.w 4tuVvttitk.P» '300 'Hargre&vesStreet, Supplies ."forwarded l\*, all j Xortbern. ^h^gS^,;'funo«ons--T5;.ns,.'ii!(}»iW^ wed-, .'.ih^s, ci.v:rch niv.l -.csjoM tctos. • •_ ?dBS^0R;Tro'R biude cakes ViejLEeed's Tea'Rooms v»hen in Ben :James .Woods, ?BAC^>I...

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POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914

POSITION Of OLUB3. CLUB Quambatook Uoort Ultima Meatian o i '5 PU ? ,J Q PL, 5 4 1 0 16 5 S 2 0 12 5 2 3 0 8 5 14 0 4

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914

Boort, Wednesday, July 15 Quambatook, July 16. it HO MAS PAjNlESS'DENTISTRY 38 ELIZABETH ST., MEL (Elranchc-s throughout the Common wealth). FULL SETS ST 1 upper and I fllQ Lcwer from UPPER ONLY Q *2 ,P, From - Owdr PAIN LETS EXTRACTIONS 1 Only is We were the first to receive from the U.S.A. an anesthetic for painless ex tractions of teeth. We have just re ceived a new preparation which is claimed to be PERFEC HON in PAIN LESS DENTISTRY. For Is. we ex tract painlessly, and allow your ex traction money as part payment on plates if ordered at the same time. Being d rect importers, we can supply the best teeth at reduced prices. We give a written guarantee with each set. No other firm gives the guarantee we d5. We do the best work that d ntal science has evolved, and do it cheaper ar.d better than anyone we kn mv M. L. THOMAS, Recorded by the Dental Board of Victoria, 91 Victoria Avenue Albert Park. i . S.—Coriespondence and plates, etc., to be sent to Albtrt Park ad dref s.

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POINTS SCORED. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914

POINTS &COR S D7 For Against e a A .£ « o ca pu Q uambatock 29 38 212 14 F6ort ... 19 25 139 21 i ltimi ... 17 23 125 23 M;at.an ... 15 33 123 22

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Correspondence. [The Editor wishes it to be understood that he does not necessarily endorse opinions expressed by Correspondents under this heading.] RURAL WORKERS' LOG. TO THE EDITOR QUAMBATOOK TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914

Osj'rsspandes'acc. [The Editor wishes it to be understood that In docs not necessarily endorse opinions expressed by Correspondents under this heading.} RURAL WORKERS' LOG. To the Editor Quambatook Times. SlR,—It rnig'U be as well to bring before the farmers of this district and Others whera yaar.papar circulates the fa:t that ths A.W. U. have again draf ted a Log for the benefit of the rural worker;, to com: into operation on the 1st of October. Of course, it must be understood that it is hot coming into operation by the sanction of Imv, but, nevertheless, it goes .-.to show how necessary it is, as far " as possible, to keep the Labor Party from thi power of legislation en?" a'dziinistra'-ijn, and if it is within the power of the A.W. U., by causing cessation of work to dii.-e the farmsrs •■o paying their demands, that will be doni. As long as there is a Labor Government administering the law, nothing wiil be done to vindicate the power of the Government, as shown in tne great stri...

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The Half Years Rainfall. LOWEST [?] 188[?] [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914

T H 3' H a'f - Y-iesrafe "R - i f> fa 11 LOAyiWi1 H J 833. Mr \V. M. .Waudeii, who is the OavjiMsmiit m ^teorolo^iuai ulJi;or for l';3 funii-licil tin '• New Tiui-S " with the (ieiai'-i Of the iv.iii f.ill. records for the last six month?, which «rb •. as follo'.vs: —J-ir.tnry, 6 pel,if;; P.-m-jtry, -4! ; March, 30; April, I4"J; • M.iy,. 7?'J. .Tuao, 12 j point--. ; in.iking a total sin to I l.'e ho'gii.iinj of tins yo .t of 0.11 inchss. This is. the lowest'rainfall for.- the fir-it, six silo ltlis cf any year since 1>77, ox op*. 1SSG, when only 250 pjhit-: fell i:i that, periol.' It! J836 though the year opened so unpropi tiously, if'provjd a fairly good one, on tlie wliciliV te? It ended up with a total rainfall of 1 J.7-5 inches. Seeing that ilie iirst six months of theie.r 1883 so clo;uiy foianibiM the pii-.t six months, l. may be interesting t« give dot tils of that seas>n, Tlu 1'itinfitll w.n — Jinuiry. 173 pain;-; Fewuary; nil ; M arc'i.- f*: April, -1; May, 63, June...

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