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Nagambie Golf Club. NAGAMBIE v WAHRING [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

Nagambie Golf Club. ! NAGAMBIH v WA1IRJNO I The above clubs spent a very en • joyable afternoon on the prettily ..situated links of the Wahrin^ club I on Wednesday lasl, thn visitors ' winning by .'J'J aces. Afternoon tea, provided by tlie ladies of the homo | club was keenly appreciated by players and friends. A feature of | the play was the capital purJorm* .anees of Miss M Deane and Mrs ! Kelly against the formidable Na jgambie double, Misses Forbes and ! Brensing. The following are the I scores :— I Naoamihk WAhiung Mr F FosdieU 5 r> v Mr C5 Sumner 0 0 1 ; Mr J FoKiliclc « '■) v Mr l' Cihill 0 0 ' ; Mr Inhuman 'i '\ v Mr J Kelly 0 0 ! Mr T Pernm r> 5 v Mr J Tonkin 0 0 j Mr F B.izeloy 0 .r) v Mr Ji Ityun 0 0 j Mr R Grpwood 5 f> v Mc M Kwarl 0 0 i Miss Forbes v Miss M Doiuio sq j Miss Hrensin^ 1 -i v Mrs Kelly 0 0 I Mish Morimm 'i l v Miss Cahill 0 0 ; Mm Bourlie 1 v Miss Sumnor 0 0 Miss O'Dvvyor sq v Miss J lHwact sq Miss Dorum 0 0 v Mif»s T Dciino 1 i 3'2 :J7 1 1 On Sat...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Close Season. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

Close Season. Quail of nil kindB, from 1st of August tilt 10th day of February fo' lowing, bolh days inclusive Black fish from 1st September t» 31st December, both dales inclusive. English trout, from 1st May to 31st August. Note—Any person liBbiug with a net or fixed engine,' iu any river, creek, or stream, or within such distance "ioui the mouth thereof, as may be proclaimed by the Govenior in-Oounoil, shall be liable to n penalty of not less than £2, or rnoro thau £20 Murray bream, Murray ood and Murray perob, from 1st October to 30th November each year, both dates inclusive ' Penalty.—Any person taking, aoll_ ing, or exposing for sale during close season for any species of fish, any lisli of such specieB, shall be liable to » penaltyjnot exceeding £20 Weights.—Black lish, 4 ozs ;|brcani, 5 ozs; catliah,] 4 oza; Murray, cod, 1£ lbs; Murray perch, S ozs 1 l/out ol all kinds not to be under 8 ozs. Any person taking, selling, or exposing for sale, or having possession of any lis!) o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

TABILK HOTEL, Corner STATION & IlKJIl-Sirccts, NHGHMBIE. J. M'fiVI'OMHl ' (Late of Kyalir.im. BKGS to Notily the Public of Nagambie and district that lie lias taken over tlie above Hotel fro'm Mr J. Barry and trusts by strict attention to business to merit a fair share of patronage. Good Accommodati >n Good Stabling Mwjkhate Tekms Attkntivk Ohoom Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. v Criterion Hotel. L. MASON ' . (Lata Mr A Lever) ■: 1 Wishes to announce to the residents of Nagambie and District that lie'lias taken, over llio business of the abovo well known Hotel, and intends to cater for patrons by supplying the best in everything. Pleasure Boats always availablo. Good Stabling and Groom. SL? Victoria Ale MAKKI£T.H* The Valley Hotel, NAcnmeiE. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. pits. D. Piamsiii. ' • (LATIi OK WAHBING ) IIAVING taken possessing "f the XX above Hotel.informs lur fiiciuUand ■ the public generally lli.it every chile.t will he made to make thein conifortahls : when they p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

Effect of the "War on Imported Goods-continued Cable advice is just to hand stating' that the s.s. "Benalla'' with our New Season's Goods on board is due to arrive at Adelaide on the 31st inst. This boat, we believe, has escaped the heavy war risks and freig'ht eharg'cs, which at a meeting' of the Australian Association of the British Manufac turers of Friday last intimated that additional costs with Avar risks and freig'ht would amount to twenty-five PER CENT. ■f^This should g'ive a splendid im petus to Australasian manufactures. A. E. GflDD, NAGAMBIE STOBES A FEW 3) 3) -t d ' Still on Hand, Well worth Securing THIS MONTH!! D. BROWN'S J NAGAMBIE. 3) i J) Cowan & Go. toas 11 We are w ell stocked with these, the favorite at present being' thei well-known " BLUE RIBBON'> brand. If not already a user, try it FOB. POULTRY we have a nice line of Shell Grit, fine, so little waste; also Singer and Botany Eg-g Producers. IN SEED POTATOES we have Early Yernionts Early Rose and Bea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

Undor Now Manajoisoat. -J aM"^.(3--fiL.3VC3BXE. .U" (Sol?e« DUOS lo announce having taken U over the lease of the ;ibove well-known Hostelry, and trusts, by strict attontion to business, combined with civility, to merit u fair share oftlie public patronage. [ Only the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars Stocked. Good Airy Bedrooms | First-class Cuisine | Mo.derale Tariff Good Yard anil Stables Attentive Groom Tlie Leading Family Hotel. 'fid ADVERTISERS. — NOTICE . is I hereby given that ALTKUAT10NS lo STANDING Atlvciliscnicnls will in future be mutlc on each WEDNESDAY Afternoon preceding tUe"of Publication (Friday) in cnch week. Advertisers arc requested lo foi ward COl*Y for Alteration s to "Times" Ofiicc NOT LATER Ilia p.m. on Tue3«lav.*\ Hit a 3 w-iy 'Caata'c-iiiUle, Passen ger trains, depart from the local railway station, daily, as fol low :— ■ A.M- P.M Up Train, Melbourne ,.8,39. 7.3(J Down Train, Cobrairi 9.55 6.55 (liY UOYAI, WARRANT.) inZIS6'S ■ Post omcB Directory 01' ALL VI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

* F<?jc Q^ldrev'« Haokiog Cough at night, Woods* Groat Poppormint Cucot> 1/0

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Goulburn Shire Council. THE SECRETARY'S RESIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

Goulburn Shire Council. THK SECRETARY'S RESIGNATION. A special mooting of tho Goulbnrn Shiro Council was hold on Monday, to deal with tho secretary's resignation. Thero was a full muster of councillors, including Cr Kcady (president), Crs Deano, IVforriHHy, Wilson, Dcrum, Gordon, Nissen, Cummins, and Hrodie. Mr Lester, in tendering his resignation expressed regrot at severing his connection with the Shiro of Goulbnrn. IIo had, how ever gono into tho matter carefully, and after visiting Cohdcn had decided that tho move would bo a good one, therefore he had decided on accenting the position of secre tary and rato collector to the Shiro of Ifey tesbury. Cr Wilson, in moving that tho resigna tion ho accepted, oppressed deon regrot at losing such a valuablo ollieor as Mr Lcstor. during his four years' ncrvico to the Shiro of Goulbnrn he had carried out his duties in an oxccllont manner, and Presidents who had filled tho chair sincc Mr Lester came appreciated -.him more than anyone. The S...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

Death Roll. MR S. ARMSTRONG!. ' Residents of tho district woro allocked to Hour on Wednesday morning of tho death I | of Mr S, ArmBtrong, whioh had occurred j | early that morning at tho Mooroopna ITos* I pital, tho sad tiding of his aomowhat sudden | death being recoivod with sorrow by his mimorous friends, many of whom woro not I awaro of tho serious ill nop.'? which had over takon him. Last Tuesday woolt Arm strong felt tho first pains of tlio malady, which was lo end so fatally, and enlisted fcho services of Or Davica On tlio Thursday and Friday following ho bcc.imo much worso and sulTered greatly, and on Saturday morn ing was taken to tho Mooroopna Hospital for treatment. There he had tho heat of skill and nursing. From the first it was considered that Mr Armstrong was suffering from appendicitis, hut it was noccssary to wait a few days before operating, On Tuesday morning tho operation took placo, but Mr Armstrong's systom had been so weakened that ho could not hoar up against...

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MR TRENWITH AT NAGAMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

FEDERAL ELECTIONS. Mil 'l1 UKNWITH AT NAGAMBIK. Mr W, A. Trenwith, ono of the six candidates selected by tlio Liberal party to contest tlio Sonato olcction, addressed a fair mooting of electors in the Mechanics' hall on Monday evening last*. Mr J. Gordon, M.L.A., presided, and introduced the candidate. Mr Tronwith said it was difficult, and almost impossible In conunenco talking on any subject without referring to tho awful happenings that wero taking place in the old world. However, they had tho reflec tion on this occasion, as in the pant, that our nation was in tho fight as a defender, not as an aggressor. Their leaders had spokon in no uncertain sound as to what position the Empire should take, and their interests were in very capable hands. Australians had lost no time in expressing their determination to stand by tho grand old Hag. Ho had hoped that neither party would attempt to make political profit out of tho distressing circumstances in the old world, but the Labor party h...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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SEYMOUR v. NAGAMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

SEYMOUR v. NAGAMBIE. Saturday's matches concluded the second round, and as each of the games to be played were considered almos.t a foregone conclusion, the positions of the clubs on the list were not likely to be altered. The unexpected happened in one case, however, as the Euroa team visited Avenel and got defeated, the scores being 9,—it to]—7/' Seymour met Nagambje oq the local ground, The visitors put a fair team into the field and were greatly strengthened by the in clusion of Diggle, who has this sea son been playing for Essendon in the Association matches, Hemple umpired, and the game was a nice open oue, but not over-fast. In the opening quarter Nagambie had the advantage of the wind and scored 2 goals 6 behinds to 1 behind for Sey mour, Ingleman kicking both goals for Nagambie. In the second quarter the scoring was very even, both teams annexing three goals and a few minor points each, Gammon, Rogers and Butler booting the sixers for Nagambie, whilst higgle got two out of ...

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FOOTBALL NOTES. MURCHISON v. NAGAMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

FOOTBALL NOTES. MURCHISON v. NAGAMBIE, On Wednesday next Murcliisou and Nagambie will meet in the second semi-final on the Avenel ground. Botli teams are iu active train, and a great game is expected. Train leaves Nagambie at J.45; fare 2s. For the Avenel-Euroa match truin leaves Nagambie at 2,30. Fare 'Js Id. To-morrow (Saturday) Euroa and Avenel will play the first semi-final on the Murchison ground, and .in view of Avenel's success on Satur day against Euroa, the match should be an interesting one.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

He talked of thin, ho talked of that, Ht talked of everything; He talked like twenty phonographs, And then begau to sing, But yesterday," he tola his friends, " You saw me dumb and dour— The reason I am vocal now Is Woods1 Great peppermint Cure !M UNSHED COM POUNP.—Of 40 yysrs' proven efficacy. For Coughs, Colds, liroucbitis, eto. |

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AT GOULBURN WEIR. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

AT GOUX/BURN WEIR. The patriotic meeting held in the Goulbura Weir hall on Thursday evening, 20th iust,, was we|l at tended. It was unanimously agreed to fall iu with the I«ady Mayoress1 fund, and that all goods and money raised be forwarded through lier for distribution. A grand concert, to be followed by a dance in aid of the funds Is to be held on (this) Friday evening, August 28th, in the Weir hall, and all the leading perfor mers of the district are to take part, and given fine weather there is hot the slicrhtoqi Hnnfif (tiat a (iumt^r house will be the reimft. Ajl the ladies of the district are cordially invited to bring light refreshments for the performers and dance, and as there are to be no expenses for the night the financial result should be very encouraging for such a worthy object. "Mr Jas. Miller" was ap pointed hon. secretary and treasurer to the fund.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

["W. C. SULLIVAN BEGS to announce that, he lias taken over the Wine Cafe recently carricd on by Mrs J. Beams, and trusts by stricliy attending to the lequiromcnts of patrons to merit n share of public patrona^v. ONLY GOOD WINE WILL BE FOUND - ON THE SHELVES. Good Accommodation*. First-class Table Stabling and Attentive Yardsman.

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Wahring Coursing Club. SECOND OUTING. A THOROUGH SUCCESS, OFFICIALS: President, Mr Phil Cahill. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

Wahring Coursing Club. SECOND OUTING. A THOROUGH SUCCESS, Officials : President, Mc Phil Cahill. Vico-Vrcsidcnta, t Messrs J. Carlyon, W. Ewart, J. Linohan, P. Heaphy and H. Coben. Committee, Messrs T. Ryan, P. Deanc, H. Gregory, A. Baxter, M; Ewart, T. Dcano sen., T. Dcaiio jun. Treasurer, Mr H. Gregory. Slippery, Messrs Wm. Ewart and M. Ryan. Judgo, Mr J. Ctoney. Slip Steward, Mr T. Deane, sen. Field Marshals, Messrs P. Dcano and I T. Ryan. Hon. See., Mr Bert. Baxter. The Wahring Coursing Club must j lie congratulated .on the excellent position it now holds among cour sing men throughout the State, and for proof of this it is only necessary to refer to the cards of the meetings run during the last two years, which all showed a t)ig entry. Coursing clubs generally have had a great difliculty to contend against in the dryness of the season, as dog owners have beei} averse to running their dogs op the hard ground, but notwithstanding this adverse factor tin.- Wahring club received a ...

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MODERN SOCIAL NEED. THE PROBLEM OF DOMESTIC HELP. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

I MODERN SOCIAL NEED. tin: ruom.km oi'* iiomkstio iiki,r. The hopeless gap between supply ami demand in the important mutter of tinniestie help, still remains as wide as over. Various ideas hove been suggested iirnl earrieil out, and \el the problem remains unsolved. I.iillir da\ j'j. iUH'ip,)!)"» has ma t eriix 11\ increased worn, n':- ^ph.-i e of labour and riuhlly or *«rojis*!\. do mestic service has not liell iis own against (he attractions o/lered by other and neu-r avocations, Mueh moralising has )te.«n done as to the siiperiurtJv - both in loini'ort, ami position—of the skillel domestic rompared "to the ein]»)t».\ »*.' oi shop, factory. or otliee ; but i;» spile of inspired theorists the Mtuaiioi re mains unehani^ed. ,md domes! it ser vice is still looked at i sk;iinv b\ I Us possible devotee*. I'n loubledlv thing's have greatK ilimtvii int proved since th-- hard worked and underpaid "slavey" undertook the whole work of the home—including washing, ironing. waiting, and t're q...

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Glencairn Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

Glencairn Golf Club. A very enjoyable outing and keen contest between the Seymour and Olcncairn Golf Clubs on the links of the latter took place on Saturday, 22ntl inst. The Seymour club brought a large team of 10 ladies and 10 gentlemen, and notwith standing the absence of that very fine player, Mrs Adams, who was not well enough to tnkc part, scored a handsome win by four aces. The links, although the ground is very 1 hard owing to the lack of rain, were i in fine order, and with such a good !. field of players presented an I i [animated appearance. Glencairn ill Igrcatly missed the services of Miss j/jfSymesand Dr Davies (president), U.wlio were both unavoidably absent. After the match Mr Leete, in a neat speech, thanked the Glencairn club for their pleasant outing, and Mr Hotliam suitably responded. After noon tea was provided by the ladies. Uefore the company dispersed all joined in singing the National An them and giving three cheers for the King. The following arc the scores ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

LINSEKD COMPOUND - For Coughs anil Colli*. Kuliuvt'* As»tlinm mid dltlicult j breallriti«. "LAXETTES" I Aperient Cbocolate Squires. Safe 1 -Effective—Delicious. Wise mothers will discard nauseous castor oil. All chemists and storekeepers, 1/- and 2/C; or Bowen & Co., Swanston-st., Melbourne. Send for free sample. A vend Tuvf Club. SPRING MKKriNO. TUESDAY, 20th SfiPT., iqm. President ainl TrcnMUt'r, Mr V. Ilollowny; ! vice-presidents, Mc^rs M Miuuguc, 1' » Kelly, ami .1 A Kyan; ju.l^i?, Mr M i Doherty ; siarter, Mi P ,1 Glcesoii ; clerk I of course, Mi T M'Doimld : clerk .of j scales, Mr I! .1 l.oreuz ; Imndicnppcr, j Mr Tanner; timekeeper, Mr J A ; Kyan : otipcmimiy steward, Mr H .' i Ituckl.iml ; MewimU, Messrs,! IJyan. I' ( Kelly, .1 M'Kay, l> Aikell, CI^M, M I Mino<:nc, F Adams, ]| p Ncwlon ; W j Kniev, .1 A Kyan, K O'Connor, A APLinnan, II Cuinmin.N and JO. Plum-I mer ; lum surgeon*, Dr Pohie and Dr Morton £90—PROGRAM Ml>.—!c90 i — n anihcap mntm.i:; hac...

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THE ASSOCIATION DRAW. Wednesday, 3rd June. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

THE ASSOCIATION DRAW. I Wednesday, 3rd June. I Murcbison visit Euroa Rushworth ,, Najjambic Seymour ,, Avcncl t aturday, l'dtU Juuc. Nagambic visit Murcbison Avcncl ,, RuKlnvorth Kuroa ,, Seymour Saturday, 20th June. Huron visit Husliworlb Avcncl ,, Nagambic ! Seymour ,, Murcbison j Wednesday, 1st July. . Murcbison visit Avcncl i Nagambic ,, Kuroa I Kusbworth ,, Seymour | Wednesday, 8tb July. Rushworth visit Murcbison j Saturday, lltb -July. 1 Seymour visit Nagambie I Kuroa ,, Avcncl Saturday, ISth <July. Kuroa visit. Murcbison Nagambic ,, Rushworth Aveoel ,, S«yniour> Saturday, 25th July. Seymour visit Kuroa Wednesday, 29tb July. Murcbison visit Na^ainbie Rushworth ,, Avcncl Wednesday, 5th August, Kusbworth visit Kuroa Nagambic ,, Avcncl j Murcbison ,, Seymour ' Saturday, 15th August, j Avend visit Murcbison | Kuroa ,, Nngambie j Seymour ,, .Rushworth i Wednesday, 19tb August, j Murchison visit Rushworth I Saturday, '2*2ud August, j Seymour visit Nngauibio - Kuroa „ A...

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THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

THE LADIES. .The meeting convened for Tues   day afternoon brought forth a splen did response from the ladies, fifty- three attending. The Rev Tolhurst presided, and it was unanimously decided to form a branch ot the Red Cross Society, with Miss Gordon, secretary; Mrs Hopkins, treasurer, and a committee comprising Mes dames Davies, Hotham, Tolhurst, Walker and Miss Derum. It was decided to commence operations at once, and a sum of £10 was sub scribed in the room, promises of goods (or manufacturing flannels, sheets, pillow-slips, etc., also being received from the different store keepers of Nagambie. Working bees are to be held every day and evening in the Presbyterian school hall, and every woman who can possibly do so, is asked to assist in the good work. Those who cannot attend the working bee are asked to help by taking work home with   them. Flannels for the soldiers and sheets and pillow cases for the hos pitals are the articles that are being &am...

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