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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

ADVEIITISUMKNTS. ,/Z'fpoulCMVILLS W, Mcilical opinion ranks 13ourn vi!!c Cor on vci'y liigh. The "Mcdical Mi\{',n/.:nc" declares it "ilic nv.tlc nf nultiiivo rocca en l!v.' r.nrkol," It is r.!*o the mint cr.onumical. CADI3URY fO HOURNV1LLE N l A N „ ph VfA,| " ^V'll GO TO (Liilc Mia M'Swccncy) R)l! !in;II-CLASH COXKKCTlONKltY A X D r n-,... Al'TKHNOON T14AS A Sl'KCIALTY. I.e Cream Made Daily U.\ .SATUUUAY NIGHTS. t'-i?" Stijniior Accojnnioil.ili <u For Un'.tu'.Ct S. IK YOU WANT A MOTOU CAU UVV A Kull p*4«liculars fioni ilie Ag'-nt. 10. 0. H1U.( W.ilning. o i.thscumiku.s who <i<> :.o? -ecem: ihvif v> 1>AI'HUS KKGULAKI.Y ;«« kindlj rtqiu-slnl to cc>u"niu»ic->'c wiih this Office imimrti-tely, in mdci tUal an Kiujuiry may be m;uk* as 1t» Uic c.»u?c of nnn-delivci y. Do You Know THAT .... J. F. Greenwood H definito term the MU J. M'DONALD, who is 5> First-clans Farrier and Agricul tural Smith. Lato Farrier to tbo Melbourne Carrying Co. a...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The magambic Times FRIDAY, JAN. 9, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

(Tltr ilagambit olintco FRIDAY, JAN. 9, 1014. Local and General. BIGHT'—Mr Donahay, ophthalraio op tician, of 1QI Collins streot, Melbourne, will make bis first visit to Nagatnbio (or tljo now year on January 16th. Teeth.—Mr A, Frenoh, dontist, will visit Nagarabie on 10th aud 12th Jan. Address—Valley Hotel. DUCK BHOOTINQ.—At the pollco court on Friday, beforo Messrs Oaborno and Miller, J's.P., an Italian named Landeni was chargcd by Constable Farrolly with having in his possession native gamo, to wit, two wild ducks, during olose season, on Thursday, 26th December. Defendant §lead,ed guilty, and was finod £1 for each lick,' together wjth the yaluo of tho birds, 6} each, and 1/ costs. i DENTIST.—Mr 0, Merodith Hall will be in attendance At tho Valley Hotel on Wednesday, 14th Jan. (all dAy). I MUSIC.—Mr R. J. Peohotsch, whose ttdvt. appears elsewhere, desires us to men* i lion that bo resumes tuition this month, ! and pupils will be prepared for either the 1 Melbourne University or T...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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THE EYES OF ROXING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

THK 13Y15K OF HOXINCJ. Fetiinps there ia n •> branch of uth- | ietic sport about, wbhh ih?re aro a greater number of v. I losnrcnd popu- ' lar fallacies than ho^ini: r.nil n fal- I lacy as great un.l as harmful to good form as any other is the idea that yo:i sho'ild watch yonr oppo I ncnt's eyes to ns-rcrtain what he is i goiiit: to do. • The batsman cricket doesn't ; watch the bowl«v':: eyes ; tbc foot | hall goalkeeper j;n~o at the : eyes of the advancing forward with tbc ball. i The boscr waUb.s what he is ;»oing to get hit with—unless ho is careful, lie keeps his glance circulating., up on;l down, find round and round, be tween the othrr man's fuce and his heit, firs* -uard against «\ttac> from his. adversary's fist, and second 1o tCD wh*re a spot is momentarily Vft vnccvercd.

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Goulburn Weir. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

Goulburn Weir. (From Our Correspondent.) At tho conclusion of the ntiernoon sor vicu on Sunday Deo 21«t, .Mr lWiii, on behalf of tho Weir coiiKroRntion, pro rimiioil Hit) Nov F.C.und Mr« Vickornmtm with a Christum* box, which took tho form of n hnudsonjo silvur ontrco dish, ng 11 token of tho grmlcnt appreciation and high esteem in which, thoy nto both hold hy tho congregation. Tho Fair in connection with 4 ho lioul burn Woir Young Pcoplo'a Mission Hand was hold on Tuesday, Dec. flOth, in ihn hnJI, which had boon most artistically decorated by tho various stall-holders who spared no pains lo mako tho Fair ii BUCC03S Th« Stalls—Fancy, Sweotg, l*ot l'lants, Produce, Ico Cream and ' Soft Prinks, as well a* Kefre.shimmls—looked oxcoednigly pretty, and reflectod great orodit on * hi> J/idiea who woro in chargoof | thcmi. Unfortunately, howover, tho day I was anything but pleasant, owing toth'u prevalence of thunderstorms, and the heavy showorH which foil in tho ovening provontol many ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

WISE AND OTHERWISE, j "A num tried to ydek my pmv • it:' jn th:» street yesterday, l»ut my prevented him." ' J'i.J she grapple with bin), or jr.: u •''< ruvm ?" '•'Neither ; she wasn't th.tv." "Then how could the present siitn ?" •"She hud been through my lOJkcltf 1:1 st !" , A bi;; hus'<y Irishman ulrol'cd i it * 11 ih: t'i.-H ^er.'ief! room \'.«Me \h«/ I IiV.d jhysi.jil examina'ions f.-.r inn (I'i'ci!foi' th<\ polkv o • e. "^tri;>," o.drrcd the prdi e sxivon. ' V. hi h, ;:<»:* ?" 1'«.'e{ you;- clothes o!T, and lie njiirlc j a; 0-1 it," :;ai I Hi* doetor. ! Yho Ir'^hmr.n undressed. 't h*» dr.c* | t»r r.'.rhis ehe-t and vii nded ; Ufs tncs. j "Hop over this rod," was the n.vxt j command. j 'ih> man did his best, landing on i MVinble up your knees nil toirh | .'In Poor- with your hands." He lost his balnn:e mid s.rawled the tloor. He was iiii'inntj i.tit fihnt. '■ Xow jump under thij cold bower." 1 'rii:iv an' thot's funny," muttered ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Cricket Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

Cricket Notes. A cricket team representing tho Watauga Cricket Association paid tho annual visit lo Preston in response to a cordial invitation from that club on Boxing Day, Tho Prcstonites received and treated thcie visitors from tho country in tho hospitable way for which thoy arc famous, and did everything possible for tho comfort and happiness of tlioir visitors. Tho way in which tho W.C.A. lads were treated could not hnvo been excelled, and the quality and quantity of tho pood thing* provided was unsurpassable. A game of cricket was played during the interval of tho luncneou, of which Preston were winners after an interesting gatuo. A feature of tho match was tho bowling of S. Pool, who took 1) wickots for 09 runs, and II. Goodsir, who, liko Peel, is from Rush worth, was in his best form behind the wickets, and slumped three batsmen and did not allow a single byo in tho total of 223 tuns, which is r unique performance for any team. At tho banquet in the oveu» infi tho usual toa...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

an Ideal Tonic* FOR THE Stomach and Liver. Bccausc it cleanses the system and gently stimulates the action of the stomach, liver, and bowels, Mother Seigel's Syrup—made from roots, barks, and leaves—soon corrects the " out-of-sorts " condition from which so many people suffer at the change of 6eason. Thirty drops taken after meals, renew appetite and purify the blood by ensuring good digestion. When you have headaches, or pains in" the stomach, flatulence, no appetite or energy, when you soon feel done-up and weary, your stomach and liver need help, and need it sorely. Take Mother Seigel's Syrup after your meals, and it will speedily renew your appetite, tone up the stomach and liver, make food nourish you, and give you new life and vigour. There is nothing to equal Mother Seigel's Syrup as a digestive tonic and stomachic remedy. mother igel's Syrup ' Mrs: Sarah Anne Irvine, of MtftUng Street, Kiama, N.S.W., writing on May 4th, 1913, flays:— "Asone wbo suffered much from indigestion...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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RUSHWORTH v. NAGAMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

eubbwomh v. naoambib, I To-morrow (Saturday) tho second round oi Association matchos start, when Bush* wont visit. Nagambie and Moora go to I Bailie* ton. * , The team to represent Nagambio will be ohoson oil tho ground from M'Donald (3), D. Brown, O'Donoghuo, Ingleman, Caelli. , Griffiths, Bennett, Williams,' Mills, Butlor^ Biviero, pixon, Qundry, Thorns, ; Players must rcmombor that the match starts at 2 p.m. I A jnoeting of delegates was held on New Yoivr'a Day at Qoulburn' Weir, when dele* Rates representing tho flvo clubs in the Association wc'ro prosout. Mossw W, R. Bouvko and H. Qundry represented 27a* gambio, and tbe former mado a big effort to have the Mooro*Nogambio disputed match re-opened, but the mooting was against this course being adapted, so Moora get tbe fous nqiuta, whioh places thorn equal with Na« gamble and Bailiegton, with throo *Yin3 eich. In regard to two-day's matches, it was resolved that a final effort bo made to 1 induco Nagambie to agreo to same, but if...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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WHAT'S WRONG WITH DARWIN? [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

, WHAT'S WRONG WITH DAKWIN ? j Why is it that, nil the naval fasss are being erected in th* southern half of Australia ? When troT-1: comes, it's a hundred to ons that «1 . will he little brown- brother win : j the aggressor, and he will have !: time to settle himself serenely ii th North before the fleet 1ms negotiate* J the wickedly-lighted Barrier Rsef. . Surely Darwin, the terminus ol tV ! future north to south transcontin?:i ' tal railway, with its fine bprbour. would make a fitting home for some of our watch-dog* <

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGE* SILVER STAR STARCH TIM BEST la UwWwtt.

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UNKNOWN PAPUA. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

UNKNOWN PAPUA. Though tin custom-; and eeremoiut'S the Papuan coastal tribes are fair ly well-known in Australia, some in formation has born gained by Mr. W. N. Heaver, Resident Magistrate in the ; rtY.stern Division of Nmv Guinea, .-is J to the habits of those natives which < people the little-known interior. | For the past Ave years lie has been ! in charge of the Western district, I :omprising some 30,000 square miles, j and extending to the boundary of Hutch New Guinea. ' Two of Mr. Reaver's most interest- | ng <'.\pc\Jj(jons «w (I'niilivfi on;*.,- to the Girara country, which lor throe parts of the year is almost, entirely mhm?rged. The inhabitants are pivtc- [ lically unknown, and in their cere- j monies nn«l customs are quite di*- ; tinct from other New Guinea natives. 1 Tlio-:e people claim descent f oni a • .log. They possess live totems, which are drawn on ail their houses. Their | villages are erected on hillocks so as . to be clear of the water, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

Listen to Me! - (^-^(^5)0^5)0(^)0 The last Consignment for the old year, coming' direct from London, ex S-S. "Moravian" has been opened out, and includes 400 Day Clocks, Hosiery, Embroidery, &c. A large and beautiful assort ment. NEW YEAR PAIR. UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE. Buy Your Goods EARLY, and g*et the Cream Creations from g*et the Cream of the Continent's A. E. GADD, NAGAMBIE STORES. A Card. D BROWN Wishes to thank his many Customers for the Support' accorded him during1 the past year, and hopes by strict attention and civility to retain their confidence during* the present year. NAGAMBIE. 1 1914. The rush and bustle of Christmas being over, we all now return to everyday wants, and we are pleased to say wo are in a good position to supply same. Fresh, Bright Millinery. Cool Hats for Ladies and Gents. Cool Wearing Apparel. Cool Underwear. Cooling Foods & Preserved Fruits -The New and Easy Floor Polish. COWAN & CO, GENERAL PROVIDERS, High street, Nagambie, usic ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

TATVTT.F HOTEL,"i Comer STATION" & IIIUM-Strcc-ls, NKGKMBIE. 1 7B' ff.va'w^as 1 (Late of Ky:il>r.i m. 1 BEGS to Nofily Hie f'nblic of .V;ig;imt>ic ami district tliat lie lias tiiken oV'.-r tilt above Hotel from Mr J. Harry and trusts l>y strict attention to business to -nerit a fair share of patronage. Gooll AccOMMi.ll,\rlo,\' (jnou Ktahlixg Momkhatj; Tkh.ms Ati cntivk Okoo.m Uest lirauds of Wines ami Spirits. Criterion Hotel. ■ • . A. LEVER (Lato Mrs Carroll) ' Wishes to announce to the.residents of Nagambie and District that he has taken over llio business of the above well- ! known Hotel, and intends to cater for patrons by supplying the best in everything. Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Groom. GLASS Victoria Ale MARKET.111 The Valley Hotel, NAGHOIBIE. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. P!is. G. PiaitBlli. (LATE OI* WAHBING) . T"| AV1XG taken possession of the 4i' . above Hotel, informs her friends and the'publicgenerally that every endeavor will be made t...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

Church Services church of England: Rector: Uev. G. W.-Carter, R.D., Tli.L. First Sunday after Epiphany 7-30 pwn-Choral Evensong and Sermon PRESHYTKRIAN. At 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.—Rev. H. A IJunlinc. METHODIST Morning at 11 Mr Aahley Evening at 7*30—Rev Albon ROMAN CATHOLIC. Morning at 11.30—Rev. Father Kavanagh

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

In Momoriam. KUHM—In loving memory of my dear husband, Kobert, who departed this liffo at Hftilio-ton l£ast on Uih January, I ini». I 'This is tho day of romembranco to ml. This is (ho day ro buI to recall, Dear is tho -kdivo where my husband whh Inid, Sweet is tho mouiory that never will {ado, — Insorted by his loving wife, Kuto. Dviilli. SUULLY.— On tho 3ril January, ut Wormangal, Catherine, reMcl of iholato John Scully. Aged 78 years. K.I 1\ Death. JOHNSON.—On tho 28th December, at Nagarobin, John Honry, tho beloved hus band of Uosa Johnson, and father of Mrs J. O'Brion (Melbourne), Mrs H. Wilson, Elsie, William, Henry, Charles, Albert, Ruby and Myrtle. Accidentally drowned. Aged 03 years. Also iufuui daughter, Hazel CAlheiine, ngod 2J years, who was accidentally drowuod on sarno date. Seteavemcnt Catd VI KS J. JOHNSON and Family dosire to return their sincero THANKS to their mm; friends for kind assistanco rendered, and for lotters, telegrams, otc, received during their recent s...

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NEWS FRO... ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

NEWS FRO... A2R0AD. Mr. A. Brothers, <f Hnit iio ib, I ■he.-biro, lb'.1 m-.tntoi- in ls« t of the lUi'-nctshim ribbon need in jh.v.o r>;n-hy. find one of (be old-vt p^rto ;ra].!uis in England, li.t.- died ot hi* In IS70 Mr. Urotlurs was in v'hnrgc of a. Government expoi;iio<v to Syracuse to observe a solar .'tlip^o. and obtained the first photo graph taken oi tho sun's corona. A journeyman bootmaker who bad boon < on ;picuoii:'- i'or */»;v •» ;"i oin- ;i [".ina'-'ftv hoi:-: mid i -viii'-a {hiU, t imed up at M.r.mheth IViw to.ut anl told the magistrate h>. thought he ought to have a nn-dul. ! :•> hv\ lost a v. iv\\.nr<'* nnd l-.isd •„ o . hi-; olo'.b -s >• o 1 >1. " Von . io have M.-.vcd oxr-clin^y All!. IN-yond t;-a*. \ !ut a* i I to n-V" vrpU.a til' anl I: ; .i :;iM be Mtppo . .i 1"' h:i 1 1 is - av.n-.T ot th:- hoi's.1, who lud gi.vn him a sovereign. A l.oy chorister named Harry In ternum David Tyrol I has been found hangi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

A LONG-SERVICE rRAMWAY OFFICER MR. CHARLES ROCK 42 Gladen Street. East Brunswick, for 33 years in the Melbourne Tramway Company, writes this letter (2/4/12). which is of special interest to all Kail* way and Tramway men, to 'LOw u : CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. j "In December, 1911,1 caught cold and serious pleurisy. For I three days my temperature was ; 104 degrees. My life was des i paired of, but through taking the doctor's advice 1 live to-day, be advised my wife to get Clements Tonic, as 'THESE WAS LIFE \ IN THAT MEDICINE.' They were the truest words he ever nttered, and I would have been dead only for that grand medi cine. My wife paid 2/3 for the ; small bottles, had she paid £40 she would have had good value. I have seen a lot of letters about CLEMENTS TONIC in books and papers, bat what I find fault ■ with is that every writer has utterly failed to give the proper value of that medicine. (Signed) CHARLES ROCK." A Cairns resident writes: "A line shewing the result of taking Clements ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

BSBBSBBSaSr Ore gory's WAHPjI -• & S XT Ivl : /I i,i Q'OO I Ladv (a p...-* • ^ •' Children'*. Inspection Cordinlh 111 \ L.tCCl. Wahiing Stores The Approach of the Hot Weather. ft EC UK K an Klrctric, Inin mi I u latest and- . inn>l-; up■ .lines; •h;r.?-oV. eUhMl:illn.l .• ; '."••• . Jjiitllit'l / 1 Will (tun A A Imp, an i«i««i • « Ktittlu. A hum ami iuul.. ; ; Elrctrio Fans jo kwp . - Eructud »i Mulbunrm*I'nnsj:..•■■■■.• Fancy Shades, Lamps, and al) Electrical appliances* <»»/ Imm) A »f stock to choose from. Inspection invited. • A..GiAshley, ■ All Classes of Eluclrical Wui-k Kxinn-tl Mq '* is* ti^iH 'naxxivixao <sxwa:o # hmiyh 'acravx ami OOMdVO ANOiL sjasnojx jo jif^j AV3N b pire jins: DBS Y Buiahoag Aq jj srq *a©*S a©a^ mafj aqi

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Snapshots. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

Snapshots. Osborne testimonial. Function, which takes the form of a smoke social will be beld in the Mechanics' Hall, on Monday even ing next, 12th inst. Subscribers should particularly note this fact. Although ^0 pergonal canvass ^as been made of the town and district, subscriptions are rolling in handsomely, and the purse pro mises to be no light one. A very large attendance is anti cipated, and it is advisable to get in early. The proceedings will be inter spersed with a musical and vocal programme, and tbgre promises to be uo duty moments, The cowmittee will meet at the Bowling Club's pavilion on to morrow (Saturday) evening at 8 o'clock, to make final arrange ments. On Tuesday evening next, 13th inst., Mrs Oisborne will be enter-, tained by her lady and gentlemen friends and presented with a suit able sowvenU, A meeting of ladies is called for this (Friday) afternoon at 4 o'clock to make arrangements. The Victorian Producers will hold their opening sale. for 1914, in the Koyal ...

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Tabilk School Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

Tabilk School Concert. Once more the people of Tabilk have demonstrated thai they are not behind other localities in the . support and oeruuragemeul of j (heir school. Gratifying alike to the parents, scholars and teacher was the crowd thai turned tip to make the "break-up" conceit of December HUh the success it un doubtedly was. The children's share in the cntertainim nt was a Chri-tm:s cantata, "The Bundle of Sticks," in which, as turns the youngsieis were concerned, the most entrnnc ing featniv was a huge and heavily laden Christmas tree. Of course, to the grown-ups. the great attraction was the singing mid acting of the little performers themselves, and when it is remem bered that, nut of the 2i5 children taking part, are tots from the first and second grades, critics will agree that there must be some budding talent hereabout. In working up an atVair of this kind a teacher could not do much without, the help of the parents, and he thankfully acknowledges the assistance of the f...

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