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G.V. League. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

G.V. League. At the last meeting of the above : League a communication was re- > ceived from the secretary of the ' Carlton club, expressing disappoint- ] ment that they had not received * their' cheque for £51, proportion of ( gate in recent match against the . G.V.F. League. \ The President (Mr D. C, Mor- ; rison) said the trip of the Carlton players and the exhibition of foot ball by them ruined the chance of getting another metropolitan team to this league, The V.F. League were supposed to foster football in country districts, but when a team left Melbourne under the patronage such as that sent here, they helped to kill interest |in the country. The cheque should be sent through the V.F.L. with a strong protest against the calibre of team sent to Tatura on the 5th September. The conduct of some of the members after the match was not at all desirable in this distrikt. Mr Doidge said. Kyabram sup porters attended to see some good football, but they felt inclined to leave the gr...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL NOTES. SECOND SEMI-FINAL. MURCHISON v. NAGAMBIE. FINE PLAY BY BOTH TEAMS. NAGAMBIE WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

j FOOTBALL NOTES. SECOND SEMI-FINAL, MUItOIIISON v. NACIAMBIH FINK PLAY J1Y BOTH TEAMS. NAC1AMIIIK WIN. Splendid wcftthor favored tho Romt-fmal played at Avcnol on Wednesday afternoon between Nag-nubia and Murchison, wlion a rrortcst wcU worthy of tho occasion was witnessed. Unfortunately *tlioro was a counter attraction at Nagambio on Wednesday evening, mid ns result nflithov it nor tho football match rccoived tho support that might under other circum stances havo been forthcoming, Ilowover, both wore fairly woll patronised, but it would bo bolter if thoro was no clashing, then hotter results would ho obtained all round. There havo boon fow contests witnessed on tho Avoncl ground to equal Wednesday's struggle. and although Na gambio gained the decision thero was very littlo between tho teams. It was ft tho roughly interesting gamo throughout, Nagambie taking tho lead and doing most of tho scoring in tho first half. Murchison had tho best of tho play in tho second half, and mado fin...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Graytown Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

Graytown Jottings. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) Tbo Coeterfleld minewhich had been closed down owing to the war has com* menced' operations again by working four shifts pec week. Couuolllor W. OrcesJe has been elected ( unopposed for the Eastern riding of the Moivor shiro oounoil. At a recent sparrow shooting match at' Bhepparton Mr Mack" Gruickahank ob taioed first j>riao. The prize was a ladies | gold bangle inset with a watch. Ladies who have seen it dorian) it to bo a lovely uud useful oroaiuont. No doubt many a damsel would like to bo " Mack's" beat girl just now. Tho Heathoote district football season Is over, and Coeterfleld oarne through the fiual with three points to the good. It is rumored that following up these games on horseback 1ms been very trying to several youug ladies who have felt more like taking their ;meals in bed rather than sitting vCp to the table. Tho local novioea met Mltohellstown last Saturday on the latter's ground and de feated them by one point. Thoeo...

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

' Woods' Great Peppermint Cuco, For Coughs and Cold* nevor fails, 1/6

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Patriotic Concert at Goulburn Weir. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

Patriotic Concert at Goul burn Weir. (From our Weir Correspondent.) As intimated last week tho patriotic coneort inaugurated in aid o! tho Lady Mayoress' Fund was held on Friday oven* ing, 28th inst., and considering tho short time which tho Focrotary, Mr James Miller, had to get all arrangements mado in connec tion therowith tho result was very satisfac tory from every point of view, and the uttcndauco exceedingly good. The hall had boon appropriately decoratcd for tho occasion wilh Union Jacks, Australian Hags, and other patriotic symbols, and presented a pleasing picture, Tho proceedings were opened by tho whole audience singing lustily "God Save tho King," after which Mr H. C. Hill (who porformod tho duties of chairman in fin exceedingly capable manner) called upon Mr. J. Gordon, M.L.A. to delivor a patriotic address. Mr Gordon on rising to respond rccoivcd quite an ovation, boing greeted with loud and prolonged applause. This speech, coming as it did from ono who has mado ft cl...

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

The groat grim Dreadnought cleft fcho wave, Thojiooplo cheered liko fun, 'fho good old Jack flow from the peak. The warship fired a guu. While Auatral'b fate is on the aeaa Her health will bo seoure If alio builds buhvarka round her be«rthi With Woods' Great Poppormint Cure.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Double Heels, Please! [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

Double Heels, Please! Its a discussion on the most desirable | urticlcs lor fcbo soldiers at tho front, which took placo at tho mooting of womou on | Wodncsday (says tho Dubbo " Despatch ), | tho Mayor stated that he had bad au inter view with ati old soldior on the subject of woaring apparel of mon in activo servico. Tho most eagerly sought for article is the i oholcra belt, which does more towards keep* i iug the inon physically fit than doctors' I modicino could do. It had been compute I that (or every one man titkon to the hospital I us tho result of a bullet, there were 11 hu« up with ills as a result oi exposure. Ths Mayor stated that his friend had asked him to impress on the women who would sacri* 1 iico their time iu making socks to provide doublo heols and double toes. Duriug a hard day's maroh the ordinary class of socks wear away at tho heels and toes, with the result that tho oonstant friction rubs off the skin and scalds the feet, . The men w aftlicted drag behind in t...

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

UNSEED COMPOUND — For Coughs and Col dp. KeJieves Asthma and difficult breathing. UNSEED COMPOUND—Trade Murk of Kay's Compound Essence of Linseed for Coughs and Colds. UNSEED COM POUND--Of -JO years' proven efficacy. For Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, ot .

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Local Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

Local Fixtures. Water Trust Meeting—Second Monday each month. Jouncil Meeting—Second Monday each month. ?

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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The Elections. (TO-MORROW.) [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

The Elections. (TO-MORROW.) The Commonwealth Klections take 'place to-morrow, Septembei ntli. The public interest taken ii: the present European war un doubtedly will, to a great extent, overshadow the elections, and there is a fear that lnnny electors may overlook election day altogether. This would he a very great mistake, for at this grave juncture in (lie liistory of the Commonwealth no effort should he spared to poll every possible vote. All electors—men and women—even nt the cost oI great personal Inconvenience, should recognise their duty as citizens and register their votes without fail on Saturday, September 5th. The names of the candidates are :— HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES. Liboral. Labor. PAI.MER, A. C. GOURLEY, JAMES Ouo roprosontfltivo to bo clcctod. Honrs of Polling: 8 a.m. till S p.m. Vote by putting a cross opposite the candidate's name for whom you wish to vote. The following are the Victorian candidates for the Senate, six of whom are to be elected :— SENATE. Lauoji....

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

W.C. SULLIYAN! BEGS to announce that lie has taken j over the Wine Cafe recently earned on by Mrs J. Beams, and trusts by strictly attending to the requirements of patron* to merit a share of public patronage. ONLY GOOD WINE WILL BE FOUND ON THE SHELVES. Good Accommodation. Kibst.class Table Stabling and Attentive Yardsman. There's a Life-«aving Power about Hearnes br»is that raises it right out of the ruck. thitand Rifltct:— " When ray little girl was three yean old the contracted MtulM, upon whkfc supervened Bronchitis, Pneumonia and Congestion *1 the Lungs; She wu attended by a doctor of high stand* ing. who** treatment, however, was not sue* ccssiul. On Saturday, the 21st October, ha said that her life was in danger—that there was very little hope for her. For eight days and nights she had been prostrated by Cough, - Pain and Paver, and was lying like a statue, unconscious. At this stage I was persuaded by a friend to obtain HEARNE'S BroacUU* Cw, with Its auxiliary medicine for ...

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NORFOLK ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

NORFOLK ISLAND. I f . \ The historic Norfolk Island is now | under Commonwealth rule, and the | wishes of the population — who were 'much harassed by the almost prohl-J t bitive duties which the Common-' I wealth demanded—have been at last I gratified. Previously to the date I which made it Australian Common wealth territory, Sir Gerald Strick land held the position of Administra ; tor, and his work there received the i following appreciation from his euc ; cossor, Mr. Murphy :— ' "I should like to refer to what was : done for the benefit of the historic | island by tfir Gerald Stricklaud. I can assure you that from the time he assumed the Governorship of the island he did a great deal to send it ahead. Kirst of all, he authorised a sum of money to be set apart for developmental purposes, and this en abled a number of demonstration plots to be prepared and cultivated under expert advice from the Depart ment of Agriculture. The most suit able kinds of seeds were selectetfand sown und...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

- CORRESPONDENCE. "1 suffered for a long time -with'se vere pains in th'i back, over the kid neys, and under the should?;1 blades, and back of my n'.'ck. My back bo came so lame that it was with dllll culty I could move about. I suffered thus for many weary months. 1 tried various advertised remedies, which failed -to give ir.e the relief J sought, until Warner's Safe Cure,was brought to my nol'cu. I took that medicine with marvellous result, hi ft short time the pains and aches had all left me: 1 am now in good.health.' I also suffered a good deal from Kheumat isni, but the Safi Cure lias also era dicated all symptoms, of that coniplaiut from my system.44—From Mr. U. Da- , vldson, bootmaker, 62 Commercial road, Prahran, V c. £1 have bsen Using your Safe Cures for twenty-six years, -and have found ; them most beneticial, in fact Warner's | Safe Cure cured one of my daughters j of dropsy at thj age of thirteen. She | is now a healthy woman, with a fam ily of five healthy children. Se...

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

Nurse fimzm of Mica St., Broken Hill, N.S.W. who has a vast expei icncc in fever and operating cases, and during her pro fessional career has been associated with some of ADELAIDE'S LE DING SURGEONS gives her opinion, after clofc observation, of the strengthening powers ol CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "For months I have read the testimonies of nurses in the papers, expressing their opinion of the valu able medicine, Clements Tonic. "I qualified for the pro fession over 40 years ago, and in earlier days I was associated with some of Adelaide's cleverest sur geons. Until 12 years ago i nursed in South Aus tralia, and am at present on the Barrier Fields. 1 have had great experi ence, and can endorse the testimonies of the nurses 1 have read. I have closely noted the effcct of medicines upon my patients, and years ago was satisfied Clements Tonic had no equal, lam still of that opinion. Use this as you wish. . NURsil"MENZIES:" broken Hill. 24/1/13. L1XSEED COMPOUN'I)—Fur inul Cold;*. Of- proven...

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Goulburn Weir. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

Goulburn Weir. (From our Correspondent.) The annual tea meeting in con nection with the Goulburn Weir Presbyterian Church will be held here on Wednesday, September 9th. A sumptuous repast will be on the tables at 6 o'clock, after which a first-class musical and elocutionary programme will be gone through, and will consist of items by Revs Vickerman, Tolhurst and Raff, also Mrs E. E. Johnson, Mrs R. Miller, Misses M. M'Leod, Salas, Nolan, S. Crawford, and Messrs R, G. Brown, G. Richards, Cowan, Chad wick, Gifford, Nagamble Quartette Party, and others. . This annual affair so far promises, weather per mitting, to be one of the greatest successes yet held, and a big crowd is expected,

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NAGAMBIE RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

NAGAMBIE RED CROSS SOCIETY. This Society has been very busy since its formation on August 25th. The women   workers have met daily at St. Andrew's   Presbyterian Hall day and evening making   shirts, pyjamas and other garments. The   treasurer and secretary have been kept busy at this hive of industry. They desire to acknowledge the following contributions in money:—   Mrs A. Cameron ... £5 0 0 Ch. of England Ladies' Guild 3 3 0 Miss Gordon '2 2 0 Mrs Tolhurst ... - ... 1 1 0 Mrs Coo ... ... 1 1 0 Mrs E. W. Hill I 1 0 Mrs Swift 1 1 0 The Misses M'Nab ... 1 1 0 Tho Misses Baxter 1 0 0 Mrs F.Walker ... ... 1 0 0 Mrs Hasker 1 0 0 Mrs \Y„A. Gordon 1 1 0 Mrs L/Davics ... 1 1 0 Mrs M. Vickora- ... 1 1 0 MiBs Morison 1 0 0 Miss Miller 1 1 0 Mrs Hopkins . 1 1 0 Miss Speed -10 0 Mrs Shaw ... ... 0 10 c Mrs Hotham ... 0 10 6 Anonymous ... 0 10 6 Mrs H. F. Parris ... ... 0 10 0 Mrs Androw Miller ' ' ' ... 0 10 0 Miss Brady ... .....

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The Patriotic Movement. LANTERN LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 September 1914

The Patriotic Movement. LANTERN LECTURE. The lantern lecture given by the Rev. A. H. Tolhurst in aid of the Patriotic Fund was well attended on Wednesday evening and those present spent a most profitable and instructive time in listening to the rev gentleman's account of his travels through Europe, and particularly the scenes of the present tremendous conflict. The lecture was profusely illustrated with handsome views from the lantern operated by the Rev. Raff, of Rushworth. Views of the principal cities of Belgium appealed strongly to the audience, more especially those of the beautiful city of Louvain, which has been so wantonly destroyed by the callous Germans. Slides depicting important build- ings in Berlin were also of absorbing interest, including the statue erected to commemorate the victory of the German arms over the French in 1870, at the conclusion of which war an indemnity of £200,000,000 was de- manded from France and had to be paid, The statue of William 111 was also ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914

IJAYIXG scoured ilie agency i'or ' tlie UuitiiK Buck, Ausliu, C.u ililiac niul Napiei Mnior Cars 1 am prepared to tvok outers for the coining spring. Trial urns by appointment !*'OK II IRK.— The latest -0 21 h.p Buick touring car, at any hour of the day or night. Call in'(or a tiial run in this line ear. The latest Buiek complete, with ''•sealer turning body, and all the latest improvements' Selling Aleuts for Ihmlop Motor Tyros. All frizes kept in *toek. UKlWlKi*.—I ;im yiij^u'vl to vep;\iv any make of Car. AH Duplicate parts at Melbourne piieos. IVtroI ami Motor Oil stocked, 1 stock all Sporting Ke.[uisites: Guns,! liifles, Cartridges, Footballs, (.olf Balls, i Cycles. I aiu the builder of the ' ioulburn Cycle, , from X9 10s to Xl(i K»s. Cycle repairs of ; all kinds at Melbourne pi ices All Cycle r accessories kept in f-tock, j Ajjenl for Triumph. Uover, Jap. and all ! the leading Motor Cycles. Don't forget J the address— j R. ELSBURY, Motor axi> Cyci.i: Gakagk, High street, Na...

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connect ion with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [\Y»:orc the term "Tho Corrvrtion tvealth" is 11 sod in connect ion with theso rates and regulations it includes Vapua, Lord Howe islan:!, and Norfolk Island.J LK'ITliHS. l*o: every J cinnv or fraction thereol. For dehverv within the C'omu.on v.oalth 0 I For delivery in the Ileitis}, Em pi t o 0 1 Fo. delivers bj i)ii> N'en liehrdes, Hanks and Torres Islands ..0 2 For doii.'orv in other places .. ..0 '2$ LKT'l Fit CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth: hi. each; re;»lv. Id. oaeh huit. For delivery in the Hntish Empire (see list of places under "l.eUevs ')—Sin gle Id. each. F«.v delivery in New Hebrides, Hanks, and Torres Islands —Single, *J<1. each. : For delivery in other places— Single, -}tf. each. POST CAH1XS. Single Postrard> impressed with tho : id. Mump, Reply or tJouh?o card*, [ ench halt of which has the Id. stamp i impressed thereon, n»av bo transmitted to macti within the Commonwealth, aud • t." chote places, enumerated u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914

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