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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914
OF RURAL INTEREST (]3y "Kusticus.") Turn* is moro diau a more local of district interest, in the survey of tho operations or tho Oipi»."huicl and Nor thern (^o-operntive Selling Company for the past year, which was presented the annual meeting of shareholder*. It has a hearing upon rural develop ment, ol' all kinds and in all localities, liie Chairman pointed out that tho net profit i\>r tho year was shown as £U!):)1, tlie sum M'nikibio being £717!). JIe«stut&lt;:d that tue year had been only «. fair one lor dairymen. Tho produc tion (luring the spring months was good, but January, .February and March of this y&lt;ar were very dry months, which brought about a rapid decline in production for the latter half of tho export season—tho result boing that although the totaJ produc tion of butter exceeded the previous year's it could not bo called more than a fair year. Prices on tho who'e woro well lip to average. In tho first half of tho season the London market was go...
QUAMBATOOlK'S IRST DEFEAT. ULTIMA'S FINE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914
, QUAMBATOOli'S FIRST DEFbAT. UL'i'MVS FINE GAME. Tha Quambatook 1SJ suftersd their first reverse for the season on Saturday afternoon, when ilia Ultima team came d&lt;j\?n, full of confidence, which was not misplaced. Tile) TBAMS. Ultima — Harrison (capt), Buckley (2), Charles; HoileSj Vereren. Mlilster (2), Al'Connell (2)&lt; Mn'Mahon, Drewett, wijsv/juld, II ay 23, Groat, Pureed, and Ball. Quambatook—Gross (4), Carru'hers (2)/ 9. Maegiliivray, Baylis, Houst;n, (Sherlock, M»r.«y, J. King, Williamson, Cameron, Smith, jSalss, Mick Coughlan, and Barry. The Play. 'Tv?a» 3.40 before the ball was bouncea, ttid reflection again being on the" local playerz. Tllern was a cross wind, and whatever advantage there was in itwa3 taken by Ultima's skipper, who won the tosi'. They forced the play from the ju'p, and frees were fairly numerous on both s:de3. Barry marked and sSrtt in to Baylis, who kicked across goal, Roy Carruthers waited patiently outside a scrum and was rewarded....
FORCING OR RETARDING. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914
~ FORCING OR RETARDING. James E. llico, poultryni'an of tho ; Cornell Univorsity Experiment Sta tion, issued a bulletin relative to tlie | possibilities of feeding early-hatched j pullets during tho summer by retarded or foreed feeding, says "Poultry Hus bandry." liy retarding is meant tlio idea that feeding is nucixssary during tlio late summer to check tlio oarly tendency of laying, with tho hope ot gotting a larger egg yield in tho early winter. By l'oroed feeding is meant tho giv ing of a rich, stimulating mash to in duce egg production. Concerning tlio results of his work, Mr. Iticc has certain findings drawn from data which are submitted below: 1. Forocxl pullets made a better profit than retarded pullets. 2. Forced pullots aro ate less food per lien at less cost per hen than re tarded pullets. 3. Forced pullets produced more eggs of a larger size, at less cost per dozen than retarded pullets. •1. Forced pullers produced more eggs during cai-iy winter than rotardud pullets. o....
FOOTBALL. NORTHERN DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914
FOOTBALL. ■ ...—— NOKTHERN DISTRICT FOOTBALL ' ) .LEAGUE. On Saturday lastths nlatolisn in the aor/a competition were con£irtuoJ, when two close gavies were played t'Uiroa unexpectedly defeated Quamba toolc, tliis L'Jinj! Hie first defeat of the latter Uutn. roorCriiid «atian pl.iyed a sit en'jcus gmnc on the srouftd of &lt;•!>;; t l.o former. The scores were close all t>. roil h, b-i t in the lina: q ra ter U or. c airtC a fine dash, pining on 3 oals to 1, afid ^'ero hailed the winners bj!) points.
MUST BE HYPNOTISED. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914
MUST BK HYPNOTISM). ('h.tj>11in. visitiiiR a convict's coll "Ri'inomlu-r, my friend, the old quo tation : 'Shine \ral!.s do not a prison make, nor iron bars a caga',1' Convict—"Well, 1 must bo hypno tised then. that's all." Natural gait consumed in the United States Inst vo.v was equivalent to IW.000.000 tons of cnal. Artesian wells are gaining in favor in London booauso of tlio expound at tached to tho municipal water aorrico. A safety dovico to prevent the acci dental turning on of gas in n novo lias li.'on patented by a Pennsylvania!! in vintor. Honolulu ami Manila will bo linked by wireless though G0QQ miles opart.
AVIATORS' ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914
AVIATORS' ESCAPE. Watorplane No. 11, from the Itlool Grain, bound lor i'elixtowB, when at a height of iibout DOOi't., sido slipped, and fell into the sea, two mile* from shore. Tlio machine 011 striking tho water turned ovor. Tho occupants wore strapped to their seats, and ex perienced grea^ difficulty ill releasing ihcmselves from their d!ingeions pesi tiun. They succeeded eventually, and managed to tcraiublo on to the wreck age, tram wliioh a bargo which hap pened to be close by took theni oil. A motor lifoboat was despatched from Clartiin, nir.l took tho aviators irom tho barge. Tho wnterplano, winch was greatly damaged, was towed by ■the lieboat to tho beach, and liuuled aslioro. .
A PERTINENT QUERY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914
A PEllTlNJiNT QUMIY. Tlioio hnd been a missionary ser mon, and colkotion at a certain church ami a littlo girl who accompanied her jfatlier to tho acryio socmoi perploxod uud meditative. "When sho reached home fcJio nbkcd lior mother \vholhcr "tho natives ot Africa, of whom thoy had heard, were any clot-hcs. "No," roplied the mother, "they don't." ''Thim," ivioz*to&lt;l th© observant young lady, "what was thg tiso of tlie biittou that i'aiiher gave to tho col lection:'"
SATISFIED HIS HUNGER [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914
SATISFIED HIS II UN Oil It Aro wo to hold ragtime revues and other forms of hustling entertainment responsible for the following tragedy'? A music hall artist® who used Co tour the province with a flock ol' per forming kluoks found > managers no long.T willing to book his sedate show. After ho had been resting for some yimo ho received u U-legram asking him -to opon on tlii> following Monday at a rariotv theat.ro in the North ot" Kugland, In reply ho wired—"Ho* grot cannot eoiuo. liavo oaten tho ducks.'1
BOORT (54) v. MEATIAN (3.7). [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 8 July 1914
BOO-tT (5 4 j v. ME.VTIAN (3.7). Mestiart journeyed to Boort on Satur day last for the first time this season. I hey were fully represented, an J, in extending the locals to such an extent as they did, put up a good pirfo.m ancp. Osborne, ofBand'gs gave an excellent display of umpiring. Tn.• ler.ms were: - Boort—Pickeriny, Parkins n, Nell (horpe, Cracknel!, Kill-ion, Qjrroivea, Walker. F. Cameron, Rye, Hindson, McPheison, Tracev, Storey, P. end D. Coughlan, Fyfe, Williamson, an J &nbsp; Weaver. Meatian.—E. and R. Booth, P and H. Alexander, Anderson, Balderson 12, Clarke, Meehan, Vanderfeen, King, Groat, Branche, O'Meara, Ryan, Mclntyre and Huonville. The Katne was started at 3.£0. Boort secured a free soon after the bounce, and carried along the wing rgainst a very strong breeze. Williaxson marked and aft?r some play in front Pieker'nj kicked first goal. Williamson and McPfcerjon put in goad work, and the ball w a: worked out at the goals. E. Booth eased matter.*, ar d Crack...
Fertilisers and Grass. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 15 July 1914
| Fertilisers arid Grass. Judging from the poor condition of a considerable portion of 'ho grass lands in different parts of tho country, thore aro still ninny farmers who seem to think tliat. pastures liavo ,ne noed for manures; and thoro are oth ers who co'ntenb themselves wiili aj> plying from tinio to time feeble dres sings of farmyard manure to such fields as aro near the liomostead, or they ihink the fio'.ds aro sufficiently enrich ed by tho droppings of tho animals. Such neglect? is a mistake, because the plants tliat constitute tho nour ishing horbago of grass^land require a liberal quantity of plant food in order to devolop into rich forage. It is, therefore, necessary io devote to tho manuring of grass 'lie same attention as is customary • with coreals and other arable crops.' Farmyard mauuro is often said to bo a complo'.o manure, and in >pplying it to the land, tho pyele of fertility is assumed to bo kept up through tho medium of tho animals, and tho fanner, who th...
Sun-Driven Machines. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 15 July 1914
Sun-Driven Machines. "Tlio time "will conio, when Europe must stop lier miil for want of coal. Upper Egypt then, wiih her never - ceasing sun-power, will invite tlio Eur opean manufacturer to remove ln's machinery and erect his mills on the firm ground aslong the side of the al luvial plain of the Nile, whero an amount of motivo ]>ower may be ob tained many times greater than that now employed, by all 'lie manufactur ers of, Europe." With this quotation from Ericsson, Sir A. S. E. Acker mann, tho secretary of the Socjety of Engineers, introduced a meeting of that institution in London last month, the first data officially made public of tlio most rcosnt attempts to har ness tho sun power. Mr. Ackernian Mis'; boon Jjngnged for Tour years, upon >tosts .both -n An:o.ica and E^ypfc of the possibilities of a ho apparatus now in use. "The temperature of the sun, said Mr. Ackermann may be estimated at G,000 deg. Centigrade. Of the to'.al quantity of "radiation arriving at tho out...
Canadian Dairying. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 15 July 1914
Canadian Dairying. An unexpected .ispoct of Canada's dairying resources is presented in the nisfc :uinu:ul report by 'ho Canadian jJairy Commission, which calls atten tion to tlio fact 'bnt wliilo Canada is producing more butter, slio is becom ing yearly a hoavior importor of that staple. In 1912 she sent abroad •1255 lb., while she imported 7,000,000 lb. Nearly all of thoso imports were from Now Zoalund, and thero is no immediate likelihood of a reduction in tho volume of such imports. It is estimated that Canadians nro using £8,000,000 worth moro of dairy pro duce than they did 10 yenrs ago. In 1903, Alio Western dairy provinces produced about 300,0001b of factory butter . La»t year tho production oxcecded -1,000,0001b. Yet, while do mestic requirements were 500,0001b "in 1903, ithey were. 20,000,0001b in 1912. Tho increased needs are duo .leo a 'growing population, but in almost 'in creasing measuro, to tlio increasing use of sueoc cream "and ico cream. It is believed that the co...
Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XX. THE GRIEF THAT KILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 15 July 1914
I " V Terribly Tempted. [ A SERIAL STORY BY V ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER XX. THE GKIEF THAT KILLS. "And «ho will bo u growing power ami potency; tho years, The treachorous yours, will tako her part, olid ravish him lroui me, And sho will inako a tiilo out of daily smiles and tears, And will pais to l'ullor blessedness (through weakness whieh endears, And I shall bo as one forbid belore J cease to be." When Oolonol Stamer re-entered the already dismantled villa, he was start led at tho funereal solemnity which r»igned throughout. The place bove tho aspect of a tomb—the liiooiiliglu throw its vaporous beams on tho la e ros«3, tho rorbeuas, and geraniums, which seemed >to welcome him with roicoless mirth, as the evening breeze rooked them to and fro. Ho enered the house with his latcli koy swiftly and noiselessly—ho never dreamt that Lenoro would so soon havo taken liim at his word. No one in their souses would havo gone with out trying to make some terms for hei »®W. , ■ >> To bo ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 15 July 1914
THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATtS AND MORTGAGE CO. LTD. WOOL WAREHOUSES, 673 to 579 C0LL1N5 STREET, MELBOURNE. WOOL*nd~GRAIN AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW AND GRAIN WEEKLY. liberal, cash advances on the ensuing clip op vroou For Sale in Melbourne or Shipment to London. The Company act Strictly as Selling Brokers. ADVANCES ON GRAIN. YOU MAY REST ASSURED ^ Beechan's Pills wtfl be of crt*t service to you if /our stomach is out of erdtr «r year liver a slugftsh. The conditions of life in these days Are so strenuous thai Marly everybody is it times, overtaken by various derangement* of the digesttv* ers«H. Even die strongest and healthiest occasionally require a little corrective nrfjrh' It b worth remembering that thousands of people have proved thai BEECHAM'S PILLS exact % curative effect upon the disturbed organs and restore them to (heir MRBiJ heakhy sute. This splendid preparation has a world-wide reputation for fligiiirn the ailments arising from stomach and liver and kidney dis...
Police Pay. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 15 July 1914
PoHCsT*«Ay. From 1st July the pay. of sergeants, senior constables and: cmistakes in the police force has been raised 1 y Cd a day. An Order-in-Courcil was passed on Tuesday amending the regul ations under the Police Regul ations Act to i rovide for the in crease. An i ndertaking was give.i to Pavlian c n by the second Wt t. Ministry tuat the increase would be made, ar.d the present administration has honored the prumiRs;
Concert and Comedietta. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 15 July 1914
Concert and Comedietta. Wednesday evening last was the occasion of a grand concert and comedietta, held in the Me chanics' in connection with Chrisi Church of England. The evening was fine and a full house resulted. A grand programme of well ren dered items—vocal, instrumental asd dramatic—admirably arran ged by the concert committee. Quambatook's ex-comedy artist, Mr Jack Harris, cycled 55* miles to take part, and he was amply repaid by the attentive hearing he received in his .excellently rendered comic item. '.'Don'1 Argue," and the illustrated com edy piece, "The Stuttering Por ter. Mrs O'Connor. Miss. Millar and Mr Harr's supplied a varied and accomplished musical pro gramme for-the evening; and vocal contributors were Miss Roberts.^R«v. H. Bodley, Messrs Gearing, Pidgeon, Withers and J. Harris. - ; The ^principal feature of the evening was the comedietta— "Withered Leaves"—in which Misses Rose Roberts, Clara,.Gross' and Messrs. T. Tierney, G. Gross, B. Pidgeon and C. Hodge wer...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 15 July 1914
For Years He Worked in IVet Ground, Kidney Trains and "Uerrible backache. Clements Tonic Cured Thii letter was written (rta Tubbul Station, Via Young, X.S.W., Aug., 15,11. Mi Wise ran, the writer, •tronfly recommend* alt miners to uie tail medicine, because it ii such a powerful werve and blood purifier that it counteracts the ill-effects of underground confinement and bad air upon the system. Alter readiufc this letter, get Clements Tonic and keep healthy CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "As a miner for years I worktd U wet ground, and oow it is telling oa at, for 1 suffer with my kidneys and backache and loss of appetite* "Doctors in Young told oe I had hydatids, and said an operation might be necessary. Their medicine did me bo goad. I resolved against it. I was so used np 1 could not walk far, withoot a speii. I tried all medicines, and pills, my life has been a mysery to me, until 1 tried Clements Tonic. The. tint and second bottles had poor effect, bnt the third did. I was surprised at th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 15 July 1914
CKOUI* A N. > WHl)OIMN(i COUCH. "I used (J!i: mWciIain's Cough Kemcdv when my children, Andrew and lSouIulT, wctj : Hacked with croup and whooping cough," writes Mrs ('. Lollis, Ilation-strcet, .South liioken Hit), iVS.W. •'I have never found a better medicine for these complaints, and give it to my 'jhildren with t"»e greatest confidence. I have no hesita tion in recommending it lo anyone,'1 KKMOVKI) KMKUMATl'C! PAINS. 441 h;;.ve meat faith in Chamberlain's Pain Maim,M s.,ys MrS. K. Ham-oik, ,1. P., Kapund i, S.A. '• For years 1 suffered with iheumatism in my arms and shoulders, brought on by a chill. Now i n application of CUmiUm bin's I'.-.in Halm gives mc in 1 slant rc'.ie : nd soon icmovcs it. I recoil | mend Ch ituhvi-laiVit Pain l!a!in to all huIUm'M* fiom i-huuiimiUnii"
ULTI[?] [?] EAT [?] ROUGH AND TOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 15 July 1914
'OLIVIA (u- a.>_;.-UAT >-> r (•)-()' 1^0UGH AMU TOUGH. The special tram which ran from Boort to Ultima was well pat-rimilseil liy foo: b.'tll followers, tiinl us the local enthusiasts also turned out in large numbers, tile attendance was the largest this season to witness a game at the Ultima ri-ojiiJ. A cold and boisterous wind sweeping across tho ground mado fimtbi'l e»n ilitions ditlicnlt for pliycrs and unpleasant for spec'.ators. Tho ball b mncul in nil incaliuliblo direct mi mid many uv tampls for goal were blown par, tin posts or out of bounds. Undo- sudi cmii ions neither te-un was so--n at its best, although Ultima h.-ld the upper hand up ti I tl'e last- qtr. when tiie v'tit.-. s' I.a I nli tlio best of tlio play. '1'h .to were t,i ten ivl tin b.ijj'it indivi.hi i) effuts 9t''i bu; !i 'uj i«iii»ulbci'.-.l it is r.di gcad individual work thrtt mnkej uood football. Jl is tho combined «ork of the wholj team/ nnd this was riot ,i 1 opc ation on . Saturday > Com bir....
Football Delegates MEET AT LALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 15 July 1914
Football Delegates MEET AT LALBERT. . A meeting of delegates of Northern District Football ciation was held at Daglish* Lalbcrt Hotel on Saturday after* noon, when there were j))'esenh —Me33i'3 Alex. Rogers (Quamlw took) presiding; PurcellandDo man (Quambatook); W P O'Bri' and Smith (Ultima); Dight 'Boor 1 W. Davis (Meatian), and the ss" rBtavy to the Association, M O'Brien. With regard to Rule 5, Dight considered it impossi for the secretary for delegai to give seven clear days' noti' in writing between matches ' secretaries of clubs as to busin to be transacted. Other rules their defects, but he hoped th would eliminate Rule 5 in particu lar. Delegates should have pow- • to deal with all matters arisi without having same hung up f two or three weeks. Mr Purcell was in accord. 1 had attended the last meeting Boort, but nothing could be do. ■owing to there being no noti" paper before the delegates. The secretary thought RuU a blank, and that it should abolished. Owing to the way • t...