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PATRIOTIC MEETING. STIRRING ADDRESSES. AN ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 28 August 1914

PATRIOTIC MEETING. STIRRING ADDRESSES. AN ENTHUSIASTIC GATHIER ING. There was a large attendance at the Mechanics' hall, Nagambie, on Friday evening last at the patriotic meeting to discuss the best method of serving the Empire in the present crisis. Cr Deane presided, and apologised for the absencc of the President (Cr Keady). After the singing of the National Anthem numerous patriotic speeches were delivered, and the addresses of the different speakers had a true, loyal ring about them, which increased in fervour as the meeting proceeded. The objective aimed at, as ex plained by the chairman, was to start a fund for the purpose of ex pressing their loyalty in a practical manner. We should be grateful for the privileges we enjoyed under the British flag. It was a time of stress and trouble for the old home people, and rich and poor alike should join in assisting the home government to fight the battle of the Empire. They owed it as a repayment to England for all she had done for us...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATUETTES AT SHORT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

STATUETTES AT SHORT NOTICE. A wonderful discovery by which it is possible for people to have statu ettes o! themselves made within ten boure has recently been made. The invention is that of a "humble Italian peasant photographer who explained that it i6 only necessary to take | three photographs, two profiles and I one front face, and within ten hours a statuette can be made by the ope-1 ration of electricity upon plastic ma terial. No doubt a good deal will be beard of this Invention in the near tutm*

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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HOW AUDIENCES ENTER. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

HOW AUDIENCES ENTER. ^ The my6terioua instincts which con trol humans and guide thorn all in one direction, is invariably a matter of interest to*the onlooker. The pux y.lingly porvcrao way in which the units of a public gathering dispose themselves in a public hall is not one of the least evidences of the pe culiar lack of reason which apparent ly decides such matters. The obvious simple courts would be for the first man to go for the first unreserved seat in the front row, and the next comers would fill in the rest of the row, the second seat naturally tilling up in the same manner, and the whole buildingt would present an even, regular mass of people throughout the filling-up pe riod. What happens, however, is not quite so simple. The first, man enters and drops in to the end seat nearest the door ; the next comer takes the end seat of the next row, and so on until all the near end seats are occupied. After this people go to the end seats on the opposite side of the room, and whe...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

MOTOR CAES. UAYING sccurcd the ngenev for " the famous ttnick, Austin, Ca dillac and Ntapici Motor Cars I am prepared to book oulcrs for llic coming spring. Trial tuns by appointment FOK 1UKK.—The latest 20.24 h.p Btiick turning car, ai any hour of the day or night. Call in for a trial run in this line car. The latest Buick complele, with o-seatcr touring body, and all the latest improvements' #£37r>. Soiling Agonts for Pttnlop Motor Tyres. All sizes kept in stock. REPAIRS.—I am prepared to ropair any nmko.of Car. All Duplicate parts at Molbourno prices. lMrol and Molor Oil stocked. I stock all Sporting Requisites: Guus, Riflos, Cartridges, Footballs, Golf Balls, Cycles, I nin the builder of the (ioulburn Cycle, from Xfl 10s to -CIO 10s. Cycio repairs oi all kinds at Melbourne prices. Ail Cycle accessories kept in stock, Agent for Triumph. Rover, Jap. and all tho leading Motor Cycles. l)on't forget the address— R.UELSBURY, Motor and Cyclk Gaeagk, High street, Nagambie. Victorian ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" it used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Whoro the term "The Common wealth" it used in connection with theso rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howo island, und Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. For every J ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in the British Em pire 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides, Banks, and Torre* Island* .. 0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 2J LETTER CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, 1(1. each; reply, Id. each half. For delivery in, the British Empiro (seo list of. places under "Letters )—Sin gle. Id. each. For delivery * in New Hebrides, Banks, nn;i Torres Islands—Single, I'd. each. For delivery in other places— Singlo, 2jd. each" POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with tho Id. stamp, and Keplv or double cards, each half of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may be transmitted lo maces within the Commonwealth, aud U" those places, enumerated nndor offers," to which letters may bo tran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

Qpegopy's WASHING STORES. All Plowing' Requisites on Hand. Plow Shares, all brands. Plow Reins. Itope. Plow Chains Blnestone, Etc. SUITS to Measure. Comu and Inspect our Now Pattern Books."530 All tlio Latest Stylos Shown. Suits to Measure from 80s. L "Wahring Stores. ORDER Your Suit at once ! New Spring- and Summer Patterns have arrived, including the very latest Colorings. GALL AND INSPECT PATTEENS. T ony 1 1 - .NAGAMBllD..

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

Church Services CHURCH OK HNGLAND. lUdor : Itcv. 0. \V. Curler, H.D., Tli.l.. Thirk'ontli BmwIhj nflnr Triillly 11 n ui.-MnlinsrT.ilnnjr nnil Smimii. I'DKSHYTHHIAN. Al 11 a.iii. anil 7 P l'renelier, ltov A. H, Tolliuret ] MK I I 101)1 -iT 1 Mornini; nt 11 —Itor I^iptlmrno | Kvoning nt 7—llnv I.niitlionio i KO.MAN CA M10MC - I MoniiiiK.nl n-Hi-v. Kallmr Kavnin«li I

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The Battle of Mons. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

The Battle of Mons. The titanic buttle in the neigh borhood of Hons and Charleroi lasted live days, and historians will pen the most glorious chapter that has bean or over will he added to the history of British and French arms. The story, as already known, dwarfs all the decisive battles of the world. Far into the night the fighting continued. What slaughter that night covered probably will never be known exactly. The air was thick with shells and searchlights. Those who went through it went through tlio worst that war's hideousness can provide. The British offered a stubborn and orderly resistance. They suf fered great losses, but they pre served their front unbroken. They did not yield; they were pushed back by the overwhelming phy sical pressure of the enemy. The German commanders would appear to have imitated the tactics of the Japanese in the Kussian war. They sentenced whole regiments to decimation, and, still having a plentitude of men to spare, they despatched fresh regimen...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, SEPT. 4, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

Hi.c Jlagambic aimfo; Fill PAY, SHIT. I, 101-t. Local and General. The collectors for (ho Patriotic Fund arc making good |»ro^rd^, A full list of sub scriptions will l>o published when the Fund closes. In the list published last week Mr C. Morgan's contribution should have read 10s, not :l«. Mr Feu. M'Drtiuild. son of Mr 1\ "MTHmnld, of Nagambie, will boamomber of the Australian Expeditionary Force, and is now in camp at Uroadmeadows. Another light fall of ruin occurred at the beginning of the week, when about a quar ter of an inch was registered. Tho annual tea meeting and concert at Uoulburn Weir takes placo next Wednesday evening, Sept. Dili. A meeting of the Nagambic Branch of the Australian's Women's National League will bo held in tho Mechanics' hall on Tuesday aftornoon next, at 3 p.m. Tho secretary of the Kilmore Hospital desires to acknowledge, with thanks a dona* lion of i'l Is from Mr M. O'lhvyer, of "Lough Krin," Tabilk, towards the funds of tho institution. The Wanga...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

For Bronchial Cough*, take Woods' Great Peppermint Curo, 1/6

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The Boy. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

The Boy. , The "Ago" recently Imd an ' avticlo headed "Tho lioy," in which it made out, Umt. some youngsters in Lbe community had ( a pretty hard time of il, and did F not get much in the way of a I chance as regarded their after ! careers. There is something in ' , this, and iL is lu bo feared tliat many a little lad is thrown into - the stream of life and loft to sinlc | or swim—according to his 1 nclc. . 1 The writer in llio journal re •! furred to appears to think that II at times the police and irate housc : j holders are rather sovere on I he 1 : hordes of boys in streets, and, i perhaps, at times they arc chased ' from pillar to post in a rather un | merciful manner. Of course, thore I are those boys who arc thoroughly j bad, and the criminals of the future, but the paper mentioned ! is not discussing them, but a semi-1 decent derelict class of juveniles, the members of which can say with truth: "[ had no place to t\eo unto, and no man caved for my soul." In many casos, howev...

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Terrier Coursing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

Terrier Coursing Club. The third meeting of the Na gambie Terrier Coursing Club was held on August 26th in Cohen's paddook. The events down for decision were the Royal-Criterion Fox Terrier Stakes, in which twelve dogs competed and Mr Dillon's Phconix met Mr J. Taylor's Hoolem in the final, the former winning. The Wayback Collie Stakes brought out a field of six, Mr T. Viokers' Spanker turning up trumps again and winning from Jack in the run-off. Iu the Ter rier Supplementary two of Mr. J. Taylor's nominations, Ragtime and Ginger, ran the deciding course, Ragtime winning. The Collie Sup plementary was won by Jack, Spanker having to fill second place on this occasion. The officers of the club including Messrs L. Mason (judge), H. Cohen (president), J. M'Donald (seoretary), J. Williams (slip steward), O. Brensing.(black board steward), to'gether'with the gatemen (Messrs Lambden and Gundry), discharged their onerous duties in a capable manner. Thousands of women, garbed in black, repre...

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BAILIESTON EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

BA1LIEST0N EAST. i j At a school commitfoo mooting hold is i tho local Btato sobool on August 26th it wai ■ decided to open a Patriotio Fund in connoc i j tion with this school. Subscriptions were t j handed in to tho head teacher, Mr L. | Stovcus, and the p.irouts and friends h&va \ agreed in addition to contributo woeblv to ■ tho fuud whilo t^o war lasts. Theso coutri. j butions aro to bo forwarded to a treasurer in j tho Kensington Stato school. The Secretary (Mr Jas. H, Lester) oi thi j Nagnmbie Patriotic Movemont would tiki I all the promised subscriptions forwarded to I him immediately.

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Mitchellstown Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

| Mitchellstown Notes. (From. Our Correspondent). J Graytown very courageously ventured out I on Saturday to travel to Slitcliellatowu to I play their return match. They deservo to | bo highly. compJjjnentc'd for rolling up in : full strength on such an oxecrablo day for i football. At anyrato thoy wore to a cortain I extent rewarded, for they took homo victory by ono.point. Mr C. Cox, of Wahring, um pired the game in a very satisfactory manner, being quick in his decisions and only occa I sloually at fault. A roaring gale from the south throughout left tho south goal en tirely deserted, thorcforo the barrackers and players necessarily congregated in force at tho north goal. Naturally tho ball was crowded during the whole gamo, and as a result littlo scoring was done. Graytown opened with the wind and scorcd 1 goal X point for tho term, MifcchoMstown with the wind also scorcd 1 goal 1 point. Graytown got a goal and 2 points in the third quarter, and Mitchellstown 1 goal and 1 point ...

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Close Season. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

Close Season. Quail of all kind&, from lat of I August till 15th day of February fo'- | lowing, both days inclusive Black fish from 1st September U 31st December, both dales inclusive. English trout, from 1st May to 31st August, Note—Any persou fishing wilh* a net or fixed engine, 141 any rivet, creek, or stream, or within such distance \iom the mouth thereof,-^ may be proclaimed by the Governor in-Council, shall be liable to a peuulty of not less than £2, or more than £20 Murray breatu, Murray cod and Murray porcb, from 1st October to SQth November each year, both dates inclusive Penalty,—Aoy persou taking, sell^ ing, or exposing for sale during cIobo season for any species of fiab, auy tish of such species, ahull be liable to u penalty|not exceeding £20 Weights.—Black tish, 4 023 ;Jbroui», 5 ozs; cattish,J 4 osss; Murray cod, lbs 1 Murray perch, 8 ozs; tfput of ali kinds not to be under 8 02a, Any persou taking, selling, or exposing for sale, or having possession ofuu^tluh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

TABILK HOTEL, Comer STATION & HIGH-Sirccts, NKGHMBIE. J. fl'IVl'OSIl (Late of Kyabr.uu. ' DKGS to Nolily the Public of Nngambie and district that lie lias taken over tlie above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and trusts by strict attention to business to merit a fair share of patronage. Goon Accommodati in Good Stabling Mouekatk Tehms Attentive Qmoom .. Best .Brands of Wines and Spirits. . Criterion Hotel. L. MASON (Late Mr A Lever) Wishes In announce to the residents of Nagainbie and District that lie lias taken over the busiuoss of the abovo well known Hotel, and intends to cater for patrons by supplying the best in everything. Pleasure Boats always available!. Good Stabling ami Groom, •B& .Victoria ■ Ale .Ds«Km The Valley Hotel, ClncnmBiB. UNDER NEW-MANAGEMENT. Ifec. Piaielli. (l.ATH OK WAHR1NG) ■ U'iVINO taken possession ..f the — XI above Hotel, informs lur [| ki!(l> ;uui • the public generally liial. cvtry endewr • will be made to nuke, litem onnfurla!)]. • ivhcn lli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

Effect of the "War on Imported Goods B—continued p Cable advice is just to hand stating .tliat 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, lias escaped the heavy Avar risks and freig'lit charges, which at a meeting* of the Australian Association of the British Manufac turers of Friday last, intimated that additional costs with war risks and freig'lit would amount to twenty-five PER CEXT. ™\ This should give a splendid im petus to Australasian manufactures. R. E. GADD, NAGAMBIE STORES A FEW Still on Hand, 8 Well worth Securing | THIS MONTH !! 2 D. BROWN'S I NAGAMBIE. I Cowan & Co. T E AS I i We are well stocked w ith these, the favorite at present being* the well-known "BLUE RIBBON" brand. If not already a user, try it FOR POULTRY we have a nice line of Shell Grit, fine, so little waste; also Singer and Botany Egg Producers. ■< IN SEED POTATOES we have Early Vermonts. Early Rose and B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

Undor New Maaagomoat. Iiovnl Mail Hotel, I NAG-AMEIE. golden DECS to announce having taken • over the lease of tliu above well-known Hostelry, nntl trusts, by strict attention to business, ' combined with civility, to merit ;i fair share o( the public patronage. | Only the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars Stocked. Good Airy Bedrooms First-class Cuisine Moderate Tariff Good Yard and Stables Attentive Groom THE Leading Family Hotel. 'I'O ADVERTISERS. - NOTICE is 1 hereby yiven that ALTERATIONS lo STANDING Advertisements vvill in future tie nmile on each WKDN'ICSDA Y Afternoon preceding the day of Publicum n (Friday} in caeh wee!;. Ailvcrii^vi.i arc requested to forward COPY fur Alterntions to "Tillies" Oflice N'OT LATER llr.ni 1 p.m. on TuesiIiiVf. 1 lIsiihVii.Y 'i'iiii'c-HiIile. Fasseii ger trains depart from the local railway station, duily, as fol low I A.M P.M | Up Trail), Melbourne 8.39 7.30 Down Train, Cobram 9.55 6.55 MISS'S Post Office Directory OF ALL VICTORIA, 1914 r|M-JIS ...

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Rowing Club. OPENING OPERATIONS FOR THE SEASON. NOMINATION OF OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

Rowing' CI ul). OPENING OPERATION'S I'OR THE SEASON. NOMINATION OF OFFICERS. The annual general meeting of the Rowing Glut) was held oil Friday evening last, the senior vice-president, Mr T. Dentin, pre siding There was a fair attend ance of rowing enthusiasts, and tile season about to start is being looked forward to with interest. The business of the evening was the nomination of officers, and after the minutes of the last annual general meeting were read by the I secretary (Mr G. Littlefield) and J confirmed, nominations were taken ' for the different positions as fol ■ lows:— Patrons : Mr J. Gordon, M.L.A., Mr K W. Hill, J.P., Mr A. , Cameron, Mr M. Deane. ' President: Mr J. Gordon. | .Vice-Presidents : Mr A. N. Hop , kitis, Mr F. Bav.eley, MrT. Dcrum, | Mr I/. Caelli, Mr E. M'Donald 1 (four to be elected) i Committee : Messrs A. N, Hop i kins, F. Bazeley, T, Derurn, t,. Caelli, E. M'Donald, I,. Mason, H. ] Cohen,"O. Brensing, V. and F. j Sullivan, A. I. Baud, J. Vickers, : G. R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

TO STAND THIS SHAKON AT NAG AM Blli, Anil Travel Uio Surrounding Districts, THE TlUVi'TINU STALLION, TOM ALMONT. B».r tlynOKH', Champion of llio World, TOM ALMONT ia a dark bay rising !» years, standing ovor 1G hands high, nml very fust. Brother of Almont juii., 2 miles, n ;i-J, |)uohess of Alwont, No :i in CaUloyuu, iiml hnlf-brothor to Duolioss of Hotlisoliild, II milus in H.2'l, Allerton ami Maily Reaper.. Fo'nloJ lOtli Nov., li)0.">. Ilis aile, Alinont 2.1:! l/5th (No L>!) in Cataloguo), J>um, the Duohus-), U miles in 0.8J (entcied in Now Zealand Stud JJook iMiyo 31) l»y Berlin (117-1 imported American trottoi), siio of G'alistu, li.l!).1,. Fmiilen (tinin of Fritz, 2.13; Tlio Heir, 2.20; Franz, 2.2J ; mul Frederick, 2 20. Puellii (dam of Almont, 2.12 l/iith, Pionia Palm mid Belmont M ), and General Trncey 2.31,_ t>iru of ISoldrowood 2.18, Withinyton 2.22, Victor 2.2M, 2nd dam, Nellie, by Shales; 3rd dam a thoroughbred mare. Tom Almont dam's siie Berlin (371 imp.) by ...

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