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Graytown Jottings [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

Gray town Jottings (From Our Correspondent.) : A thunderstorm, which gave ■ i about 70 points of raiu passed over on Sunday evening.' fhe smke'seajolf dpes not appear fo be oyer yet. bqsbn^i) Ve: . gently fo^qd 4 l^rge brown snake curled up in his jute quilt, A number of fisherman. weut from here. to the river lately.' Al though they failed to land Dixon angler's old man cod, they all swear that it is in the river, and has eaten every blessed fish in the- Goulburn. Those, whose soft nothings are sometimes rudely interrupted by a btiitaf thunder-shower bitterly com* j pfcfo '°f % feS ! vgraijdaljs. |t |S ij^dersfoftd that at a recent meeting qf £he Coyrters ynjsp jf w<W HWU»o«s|y dgc(d«j to call Oil alt pwngrs ts remedy tfiis grievance at once, sIm topfeera nice smooth- log not more than ll or J 5 inches iu length under eaica verandah. In default, all-members of the union, would be called out|

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

Church Services CHURCH OK ENGLAND. Rector : Rev. G. \V, Cnrter, R.D., Th.L, Kourih Sunday after Epiphany M a-m—Holy Communion PKESBYTKKIAN. At u a.m. and7»3o p.m. Munmi# al f| JJi ^shfey livening 41 Al^ll ROMAN CArUOLig. Morning at 9—Hcv. Kaflier'Kavaiuijlj

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

ROURNVILLE J^TlieCOCOAcleLvixe TheCOCOAM^ Is as pure, digestible; and wliolti some »s it it delicious,' Its reputation for economy is well known, and once it secures its - place on the ^grocery list its continual favor-is established. CADBURY BOURN V1LLE ENGLAND The " iXag&iiibie Times " KOR ll-.l -■ IJ All.JP ihbiji.il _HJ|UI' ... .. ; 1 k' General Printing. There i> nobody who does sot MedPrioting ol some kind, Tlio Business man requires tktslMRiui lines tliat aie oalled, far' In the regular online, of liis operation*. '.tofMitiaa, if U« be live ku4.up4ttdntej.ks jhould have circulars and pries listing supplement his newspaper. advertising in keeping liis customers, present and proepeotite, in touch with ivliat lie is do ing and how he is doing it. Tiers Upo business that is net susceptible to tlio leaven of Plenty of Printer'* InkJodMoctly used. gptf and Clubs requirs^BvlWonrognmines, Tickets, Syllabus Cards, Ormtop, fitP- Brffy./WWl!*,lW^>»'jp^ anjj in placing Use ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

Bowls. Oil Wednesday last Nagambie visited Seymour in connection with the Association matches for the premiership. They were minus the services of Messrs E. W. Hill and S. Park, the two skippers, and of course Mr Osborne, who played No. 3. They were most hospitably treated by the members of the Sg-wcur club, and the trip proved most ttfayable, despite a father of a hidine' WMded the visitors in connection *lti> the contest, which they accepted us«al 9Ports: maniike manner. Tbc green proved very fast, and U."* downfall of Caelli's rink to such a €***» extent is one of those things it is' #3rd to account for. Results:— - bgyhoub. . Sink 1.—Duucau, Scdgcflolcl, Gibson, Guild(o) ... ... ^3 Rink 2.—Gronow, Porter, Baddy, -Bullen Total NAOAMlilE. Rlak l.—Dr Daviee, Bazoloy, Willis CacUi(c) . ... . .. Rink 3.—Cowan, U'lutosh, Gordon Hannab (c) Total Majority lor 8oymour, 49.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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GOOD ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

GOOD ADVICE. i ' If a man does not .make or quaintances as he advance:. i.' Hfs, be will soon find him . alone. A man should keep !f ; ship in cooftant repair.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES. SILVER STAR STARCH . TN BEST la tk* W«rtf.

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DAVIS CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

Members of the Australasian Ten* nis Council have under consideration the constitution of the Davis Cuj team. It is probable that Mr. N. E3 Brookes will act as selector. BRITISH ARSKNAL ANNOYED. The two barbette guns which arc intended for the forts at North Head, Bydnej, will not he rcr.ily i ti.il 1916 The hesitancy displayed, by tha Aus tralian authoritiei in connection will orders is much relented at th: Wool ]. wich Arsenal. ,

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sandhurst Trustees Co. FIFTETH DIVIDEND DECLARED. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

Sandhurst Trustees Co. FIKTIKTH DIVIDEND DECLARED. | The fifty-second half-yearly mcet j iiig of shareholders of the Sand ( hurst and Northern District Trus tees Kxecutors atid Agency Co. Ltd. was held at the office, View Street, Beudigo. The Chairman i (Mr j. H. Abbott) presided over i 17 shareholders, representing 0250 j shares. In moving the adoption of the | report and balance-sheet the cliair j man congratulated the shareholders on the continued prosperity of.the company. The year just ended showed the expenses reduced by £335 compared with the previous year. The dividend payable that day made the 50th paid by the company since its inception in 1888. j The total dividends for the 25 years ! amounted to .£31,700, which meant that the shareholders had received a little over 6 per cent, per annum for their money, and the reserves had been built up to £12,250. By this it would be seen what excep tional security the company gave to clients entrusting it with their affairs. This succ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BUTTER CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

butter criticism. Much abuse has been he;v^ 1 in th: margarine industry vlfch Is belle *ed to have seriously affected Aus-r butter market in London. The opi nion of n London expert nviv* hi o' some use: "As I hu"o morr than . once, tha. lnrre quantity o' miserably bad butter frou Australia does more barm, both to t'nir buttci and ours, than-tb: mar^arins trade.''

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Snapshots. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

Snapshots. HoraC sale noxt Friday by K. W. Hill and Co. The publican's booth and other privileges in connection with St. Patrick's Sports will bo offered by E. W. Hill and Co on ^Friday next. General meeting of those interested in St Patrick's Sports on Wednesday evoning noxt at Lever's hotel, Tuesday and Wednesday' gave us a fair tasto of summer. Wednesday night was most oppressive and a very trying timo was experienced. A number of people tried tho outdoor experiment, and they were rewarded for their adoption of hygienic principles with tho constant nipping of the cncrgetic mos quito and tho corroboree of the dogs. There is no doubt about it the town pos ses ono of the best warblers it has over been our misfortuno to bo compelled to listen to in tho canine tribe. It is evidently of the fcmalo gender as it possesses a "very rich soprauo " which fairly pierces tho air, and tho worst feature of all is over ready to re spond to tho frequent encores given by the other peats who take it...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A BRIDS' PARADISE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

A MRUS' l'AUAWflR. i The boat trip up the Murray fron: , its month to Echucn, otters one Ions continuous delight to the. ornitholo ; gist. The banks for mnn> miles at r stretch are fringed with roods am 1 ; yrnssea, and the swamps surrounding the river are abounding in bird life, i Spoonbill crane*, pelUwns, white • egrets nnil ducks are plainly to he ! seen, while water hens make their j homcfc in the rich vegetation. l,argf j Mack cormorants are disturbed from their evil meditations by the up ' proicli of the little boat , vhilo over load nviny whistling eat'les s«>;>r In curious circles invesH«- ;Uir: the sorting intruder. , Tho sTrim: of the year outers many attractions to the bird lover, eagles being particularly numero.w. busily ' employed building their big stick nests in the timber which fringe the river han'ts. Here they lay their largo red-mottled fgge and incubnt.e , their young. Even the dry Mallcc country shares in the flowering beauty ind tho clusters of honey...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Sporting Notes. AVENEL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

Sporting Notes. AVENEI/ RACES. I The autumn meeting of the JAvenel Turf Club took place on Tuesday, when the attendance was large and the racing good, The day was warm, but was somewhat tempered by a cool breeze at in- ! tervals, which proved most wel come. The gathering gave the im pression of a suburbaii meeting with its large concourse of people and array of motor cars and vehicles drawn up under I lie shade that was available, and with thirty-eight "knights of the pencil " calling the scene was a must animated one. The Ayenel Club have laid their foundation stone in a solid manner, and they are now reaping the fruits of their energy and enterprise, as they possess appointments that are | both convenient and up-to-date From the Steward's Stand an ex-1 cellent view of the race is obtain able at practically all points of the course which gives those acting an opportunity to detect any "crook " business that might be attempted. To bring about this satisfactory I state of affairs in ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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INTERSTATE NEWS & NOTEG. "THE THIRD DEGREE." [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

INTERSTATE NEWS & NOTEG. "THE THtRD DICGUl" The dangerous and evil prao'.ic; , trial by "third degree" h s 1:U. been resorted to within the Coi*.v.i->t wealth, and it devolves upon A";.;tr.i linns to exert nil their inflmn-v nrj r. law-abiding and justice-loving pimple, to fiee to it thnt this menace to free dom and justice should J e exclud:d from our Australian courtB of law. It. is to be deplored that member of the Victorian Detective frrc?, en gaged in the Newman cm.\ f ho.ilvl have found it necessary to resort. to this inhuman method of extra't'n;; information from—assumc.l—innocent people. It will be remembered th \t the woman Newman committal svi cidc in order to escape standing h.r trial on a charge of babj-furr.in;. The husband and membtrs of bcr family denied any knowledge of h;? monstrous practise, and Newman her self, before her final action, declare! thnt all members 'of her household were entirely blameless. In spito of this testimony, and the fundamental Br...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

An Ounce of pi re Protection I Is Worth a Ton of Water J Pressure. The liability of being turned out during tlio hot weather is always there. . . THE "AJAX" FIRE EXTINGUISHER Should find a place in every household. Wo have proved its value f<>r a certainty. It has helped to save Thousands of Pounds worth of property in Nagatnbie. Be prepared for emergencies. It may be your turn next. . , A. E. GfiDD, NAGAMBIE STORES. £ (£ | Date of | Summer Sale. f : ^ : | THURSDAY, I February 5th, 1914. J SEE CIRCULARS. t ' !} it - - At - - . $ ? D.BROWN'S ifl * ~ i T a. £ ■J) j> # (T I *•••• Bargains for Ladies. Bargains for Gents. Our Bargains linve been well received daring the put busy week, and we bare still more well worth catching. Some of the Special Lines for this week are as follows: Children's Lineno Tunic Dresses 2s 6d Ladies' Cambric CoBturaes ... ... 4s 6d Ladies' Grey Sicilian Coat and Skirts . ... 2'ot Ladies' Saxe Blue Costumes ... ... 12s 6d Children's Panamas ......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

TABILK HOTEL, Corner STATION' & UlOH-Streets, NKGHMBIE. .1. (Ivtlc of Kyabr.un. BKG.S to Notiiy the Public of iVa^'anibie and district that he has taken over the above Hold from Mr J. Barry and trusts by strict attcnti'm It» business to /nenl a fair :»hare ot patronage. Good Accommodation Good StaijuNO MoDtiHATK TkHMS ATTIiXTIVB GkoUM Beat Brands of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. A. LEV Eli (Lato Mrs Carrull) Wishes lo.ami6.incc l<> the resident:. i>( Na^ambie iiiul District ili.it he has laken over tho business ol I he above well known Hotel,'and iiilend* !■>eater for/ulruns by supplying llie best in everything. Pleasure Boats always available. G.wd Stabling ami Groom. TUY A GLASS Victoria Ale BEST IN TH1; MARKET. The Valley Hotel, NncnmBiE. under new m.\>'.u:hmEn't1 II.ATE OF WAIIKING) Having.; iakt" «f the above* ITcttl,informs her friendsand the public. Jh.it cvtry endeavor will Ki nwtle to make them comfortable when ihcy pay a call All WISES,...

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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY,EBB.6,1911. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

8H(«'|p0iim1ue lime* FKIDAY, EBB. (5, 191 I, Local and General LIFE.—Tlio February issuo of "Lifo" is tho breeziest and most widoly representative mimbor of this popular Australasian muga ?,ino wo have kccu. Tho frontispiece depict* ft series of Adventures with a kangaroo on a waybnok station in Now South Wales; a railway president in a stirring sketch shown how tho breakdown gang of a groat railway system works ; Mr A. II. K. Mattinglcy, tho premier Naturo photographer of Aus tralia, outlines in a succession of wonderful pen and camera' pictures tho lifc-story of the pongum ; Mr Carlylo Smytho writes a ) vigorous artielo on Australia ns a colonizing power, and an anonymous writer critichcs freely tho administration of tho Northern Territory. Thoro is also a host of other Interesting matter. EXAM.—Miss Mary Lyn Uavien, eldest daughter of Dr Davids, has )>oon auccctshil in passing tho Junior Public Examination, gaining distinctive honors in Algobra. Miss Davics is a pupil of tho S...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

Church Services CHURCH OK ENGLAND. Rector : Rev. G. W. Carter, R.D.; Th.L. Scptuagesima Sunday' 7-30 p-in—Rev E G Barry PRESBYTERIAN. At ii a.in, and 7.30 p.111. METHODIST Morning at II Mr Jenkin Evening at 7-30—Rev Albon ROUAN CATHOLIC. Morning at 11-30—Rev. Father Kavanagh The MAge"—and no doubt most ■people in tbe community agree with it . in this respect—has more than once demonstrated the desirability of abolishing the office of State Governor, but for all that gave quite needless prominence in its columns regarding the next occu pant of that position us regards Victoria. His pedigree and ances try and a mass of detail about "his sisters and his cousins and his aunts" filled over a column when a 25 or 30 line "cross-head" would have been ample. It would not be surprising to 9ee the little ' Society' sheetlings fill up with this sort of thing, but the average reader of the "Age" will hardly scan such information with much interest. It seems that some members of the State Parliam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

IlHenttothe Doctors COMES THE 1 Nurses' 1 Opinion. I A TESTIMONY TO I CLEMENTS TONIC I Buckinjfnm Avtout, Cobure. Vk., 3,'4'iZ CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I know Clcmenti Tonic it uaed extensively by the profession, and nurses know iu value aid are seldom without it. Once a patient got very weak and low spirited* and 1 give her Clements Tonic. A few doses made a change for the better, she rapidly be ' came bright and cheerful, it gave her health and strength and soon put her on her feet again, which made her a firm believer in Clements Tonic. Since, I have given ' it to many patients with the same good results, 1 am at a loss to know how we. who look after the sick, could get on without that splendid medicinc. (Signeri) NURSE GARD." Tilis Medkiue i» Hie best to be taken for C' nstlpotlon, Vric Acid in theBlood, Weak Kidneys, IinllRWtion. l.o\r Spirits, Sick Henrinche. I.oss of Bleep. Poor Appetite, Itiliousnes* or Poor Blood. All STORKS nnd CHEMISTS SKI.L IT. Notice to Farmers HAVIKG erect...

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Tests Prove Coffee is Beneficial. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

Tests Prove Coffee is Beneficial. The Department of Psychology at Columbia University has proved by a He; irs of actual experiments that tlie popular belief in ihc benefit of coffee at breakfast is well founded. Sixteen persons of both sexes and of different ;u»es were formed' Into two squads. The members" of the frs*. culled the "caiieine squad," re lei e.l every day from one to si* grains of caiieine in capsules (u cup of ordinarily strong cofiee contains about two grains). The members ot the sreond, or "control squad," re rei d capsules containing non « iin l.uing sugar of milk, or ..fruit , syrups similar in taste ami appeta> ' jtnee to the r:\fieiite solution. So that, during the tests, no person in cither squad knew whether ho or she wns receiving enfT»nae or not. On certain -days the caffeine squad received control doses—that is, sub stitutes for coffee, mid on some days no dose whatever, the elabo* rate system by which the drug was administered or withheld making it possi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

Gmgopy's WAHRING- STORES. SUMMER GOODS Ladies', Gents', and J Children's. I Inspection Cordially J Invited. __ Wahring Stores. The Approach of the Hot Weather. CiECUllEan Electric Iron on tli latest and most up-to-date lines. Onco used, uo other Iron entertained. Makes work iti the Laundry a pleasure, instead of a burden.: Also, an Electric Dot Wuler Kettlo. A great saving both in beat and fuel. Electric Fans to keep you coo:. Erected at Melbourne Prices. Fancy Shades, Lamps, and all Electrical appliances on baud. A largo stock to choose from. Inspection invited. A. G.Ashley, Electrics I and. .Mechanical All Classes of Electrioal' Work Executed. -0!qnra&lBj& tf§iH -MajDlMXaO ^XJStaO *83H3X1YHJ 'HCraYX 3HX 'aOOMdVO AN0.L : ^ ^ itoiB-g ^ ' sjasnojx #° J!Bd Avajsi b pu® }in9 V Bujanoag Aq nan) }a©}S a©a^ mafcl ^MX

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