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Work for the Unemployed. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914

Work for the Unemployed. Witli a view of relieving the unemployment caused by the de pression due to the war, tliu State Government is putting iu hand at onco a big list of public works. Tho expenditure on roud works alone will total £195,382, and give employment to 1692 men. The Ministry hat decided to spread the work as far as possible through out the State, und to avoid as uiueh as it can attracting numbers of unemployed to the city. In the oase of works to be carried out by the State Wator. Commission, pre liminary operations are to bo' begun at once, so that tenders can be called at the earliest pos sible moment for the construction of tho Sugarloaf reservoir on the Goulburn, while additional chan nels and storage works, estimated to cost £39,000, can also be,put iu hand without delay. For Brouobial Cough#.Ul» 0,w>t PojjpocmiDt Curo, 1/Q

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mitchellstown Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914

Mitchellstown. Notes. (FROM UIIK COIUIESl'ONDB.ST.) Graytown has evidently unearthed a loot ball reporter who has missed his vocation. Such an accurato observer of tho gamo should havoheca reporting ou tho M"of bourno Longuo matchos. Ho has also brought to light a possible match wmuor foe ono of next year's League teams. Now, despite tho fact that " four liko Jim. Tatrcrsall could boat the wholo team," and (hat the Graytowu "novices," assisted by tho aforesaid beat thorn, Mitehellstown has not been wholly shattered, and sohoroby ohallooRo tbo novices," oto., to anothor game, tho losors to supply a supper and pay £1 to tho umpiro (Mr G, Jones, of Bailicston, if his servioea are availably. Graytown will bo allowed tho same Coster field playors, also any others that they had m tho previous match, and thou a radius of Ave miles from tho Graytown post offico iu which to solocfc "novices," tho gamo to be played on tbo "HitcbeHstown or any other mutually acccssiblo grouud of standard 8120....

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914

. inZISe'S Post Office Directory OK A\.L VICTORIA, 1914 well-known and■ notable wot!.', 1 which Is now published, is sold a:.d eiioulatcd, ni>i only thiou^hont Viclotn, I bul has extensive sale in New South I Wales. Queensland, West Australia, South Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand, and also in (.real Hritain and America, ll i.< I the ONLY DlKl'CTOllY sold beyond iu [own Slate, and is far and awav the KWXEST AND UliST MllliCTOKY • t VICTORIA, while at the same time it is teliahle and correct. It contains the names in every town and to.vnship, and also Sheet Directories ui Melbourne, Bcndigo, llallaiaf and UceKinjj. Kvcry business? letail or wholesale, thunld have U in its counting house,. or. 011 r* counter, 'antl no IIolcl should be will.out one. It saves and makes money /or M:c pui chaser ils Business Announcements me nl ■ iUeu.<c value to all who use it to heimelves known, as it is not a mere Imal •hiny confined to use in the large citii-*, bul is refe...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914

Death of Mr G, Akers. A well-known resident of the Locksley district, iu the person of Mr George Akers, died ill a private hospital at Melbourne 011 Friday last, The deceased, who had been ailing for some time past from an internal malady, underwent an operation, and was apparently doing well, but took a bad turn and passed away very suddenly. The remains were taken to Locksley on Saturday last, and were interred in the Avenel cemetery on Sunday, the cortege being an exceptionally large one. The service at the graveside was conducted by the Rev H. M. Warry, of Longwood. Mr Akers bad resided iu the Locksley district for many years, and by his uprightness of character had won the esteem of all sections of the community. He had been an enthusiastic rifle shot, and for many years was the captain of the Locksley Rifle Club, while as presi dent for several years of the Upper Goulburn and North-Easteru Dis trict Rifle Clubs Union he did a lot in promoting the interests of rifle clubs. He t...

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

The Federal Elections Being over, it will be wise to settle down to tlie task of studying economy. Nearly every country in the world will be to a great extent drained of its resources on account of the present unparalleled war. Luxuries will have to be cut down unremittingly. The dry season is adversely affecting everyone. Hut in the midst of all this we are living in the finest country on earth, and wili be able to make the quickest recovery on record with the help of wise legislation and a couple of good seasons throwu in. NEW SPRING GOODS Are coming' to liaiicl as usual, and ines are noi opened out. indent lines are now being* A larg*e assortment of. the jNewest Styles in Ladies Footwear just arrived. A. E. GADD, NAGAMBIE STOBES 1 We hear the saying, Bad Times ! j Bad Times ! j -.BUT CHEER UP ! | Every dark cloud has a silver lining*, and we'll soon be in Berlin. Watch this spaoe for date of SPUING SHOW. D. BROWN'S Stores. B NAGAMBIE. (J Cowan a Co. Spring and Summer Sho'W. On SA...

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Social and Presentation. FAREWELL TO MRS. CUNTEEN [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914

Social and Presentation. (From our Woir Correspondent.) KARKWIU.L TO AIRS. CUNKKN | ()» Momlav cvonmg, 7th September, the (loiilburn Woir Hall was the scene of great festivity, the* occasion being that over 100 o( Mvh Otmeen's friunds mot. in asocial way to spoiitl a few pleasant hours with her, prior to her departure from this district, in ; which nearly the whole ol her lifu has hcen .spent. The hull looked resplendent with i bunting and other patriotic symbols, and j presented quite a festive appearance. Tho evoiit look the form of a concert, which was followed liy a daneo. Tho chief vocal per formers for the concert wore Mr K. 0. Brown, who opened the proceedings with " Uule Britannia," the audienco heartily joining in the chorus. During tho evening he also rendered in very lino stylo "Molly Mine," " Became," and "Tho Minstrel Boy," and each item waa heartily applauded. Mis* Nolan, in an impressive manner, ren dered "Two Eves of Gray," and "Sincerity," whilst Miss Fosdick also r...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914

Church Services CHURCH OK ENGLAND. I Keclor : Hcv. 0. W. Carter, U.D., Th.L. Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity 7 j> uj.—t 'horal Evensong. Subject: " Tbo Poaco that is to be." PKKSBYTKIUAN. At 11 n.m, *nd 7 p.m. Treacher, Iter A. H. Tolhurat METHODIST ' Morning at 11—Ue» Lapthorne Evoning at 7— lie? l*aptliorne ROMAN CATHOLIC Evening at 7—Rev. Father Kavanigh

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Closer Settlement Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914

Oloaer Settlement Com mission. The members of tlie Royal Com mission 011 Closer Settlement ar rived in Nagamhie on Tuesday evening, and Wednesday morning proceeded by the motor launch " Merriwee" to the Goulburn Weir, where they were met by motor cars, and driven to Murchison. The Warangff basin was inspected, and afterwards the party, which con sisted of Mr Johnstone, M.L.A., chairman, Mr. Brown, M.L.C., and Messrs Oman, Gordon, Plain, Chatham and Angus, M.'sL. A., pro ceeded to~- the Colbinabbin estate and took evidence in the Colbin abbin Hall. A number of witnesses were examined, and they generally agreed- that as a wheat growing and grazing proposition tho land was not. too dear. All condemned clause 69. Altogether witnesses had not much fault to find with the operations of tho Closer Settle ment Board, but thought that greater liberty should be given during the first fow years. The party greatly enjoyed the trip on the " Merriwee " to the Weir, and Mr J. Gordon, M.L. A, at who...

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Wahring Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914

Wahnng Golf Club. A mixed foursome for trophies donated by Mr Thos. Morrissy was played on the links on Friday, 4 th inst., and resulted in a tie between Mr Heapliy and Miss Sumner and Mr M, Ewart and Miss P. Deane. In the play off on Monday after noon for nine holes, Mr Heaphy smd Miss Sumner won by eleven strokes. Scores:— P. Heapby & Miss Bumnot 86. 13 13 M. Ewart '& Mias P. Doano 89 1G 73 W. Ciihill & Miss N. Doano 09 16 83 - T. Doano & Miss E. Cahill 97 14 83 E. C. Hill & Miss SI. Ryan 107 20 87 O. Sunuicr & Mrs O'Doa 107 1G 91 B. Byan& Miss M. Hill 111 18 93 F. Cavalior & Mrs B. Millor .113 ■ 1G 97 P. Cahill & Hiss T. Deane 110 13 97 31. Hanstein & Mrs Gregory 113 1G 97 M. Ryan & Mrs J. Kolly 98 sor 98 H, Gregory & Miss J. Doano 110 . 10 100 ! W. Ewart & Miss C. Doano 121 18 103 Boy GroigJs Miss JosieDoane 128 19. 104 P. O'Dea & Miss D. Ewart 122 18 101 I J. Millor &...

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Nagambie Regatta. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914

Nagambie Regatta. ANNUAL MKETING. The annual meeting of those in terested in the Nagambie Regatta was held 011 Monday evening, when Mr A. N. Hopkins presided over a large attendance. The* treasurer's statement for the past year showed that while there was a dr. balance of £4 3s Id the last regatta had re sulted in a good profit, as some £15 of old debts had been wiped off. It was generally agreed that the position was a most satisfactory one, and the statement, together with the secretary's report, was unanimously adopted.

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G.V.L. PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914

O.V.L. PREMIERSHIP. Tbc challengo final match for the pre miership of tho Goulburn Valley League was playod at Taturn on 2nd Sept., and resulted in a victory for Rochester, whoso pcrforra;mco was a highly creditablo one. It waa a magnificent contcat, and thu vie tory of Rocbestor was accompaniod with rousing chcora from all round tho ground. Their hucccss was well desorved, andthoir successive defeats o[ Kyabram, Echuca and Shepparton proves "conclusively their superiority. The wresting of the pennant from Shepparton will do much to increase the interest in football throughout tho district. Both clubs wcro represented by their full strength. M'Coll was brought back irom Broadmcadows to take park in tho match, in fact, Shepparton was repre sented by a particularly strong corabtna« tion. As ia . their previous contests, Rochester finished strongly, and victory was secured in tho last fow minutes. Sheppar ion, on tho other hand, died away, and to wards tho finish wcro run to a standsti...

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Close Season. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914

Close Season. Quail of all kinds, from 1st ol August till 15th day of .February fol lowing, both days inclusive Black fish from 1st September U ' 31st December, both' dales inclusive, English trout, from 1st Way. to | 31st August, Note—Any person fishing with a j net or fixed. engine, in any .river, creek, or stream, or within such distance c40iu the uiouth thereof, as may be proclaimed by the Governor* id-Council, shall be liable to a penalty of not less than £2, or more than £20 Murray bream, Murray ood and Murray perch,, from 1st October to .30th November eaoh year, both dates inclusive Penalty.—Any . person; taking, sol/^ lug, or exposing for sale during close .season for any species of iisb, any fish of Buch species, shall be liable to » penaltyjuot exceeding £20 Weights.—Black fish, 1 ozs ;|broam, 5 ozs; cattish,] i ozs; Murray; cod, lbs; Murray perch, 8 ozs; t:out ol all kiuds not to be under 8 o;sb. Auy person taking, selling, ur expouug foi sale, or having possession of uuy...

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

TABILK HOTEL, Corner STATION & HIGH.Streets, NHGHMBIE. .» (Late of Kyabr.im. BKGS lo Notify thu Public of Nayambie :iikI district that he lias (alien over the above Hotel from Mr J. Harry and trusts by strict attention to business to merit a fair share of patronage. Good AcCommodati .n • '• Good Stabling . Modkiute .Tkkms Attkstivk Oroom Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. • Criterion Hotel. i (Lato Mr A Lever) Wishes to announce to the residents of Nagambie and District ■ tb;it> lie lias taken over thu business of the abovo well known Hotel, and intends lo cater for patrons ■ r by supplying the best in everything. Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Groom. - Victoria Ale MARKET.1 The \hlley Hotel, NACnm&iE. UNOKU NKW MANACJEMKjNT. is. c. Pianoiii. (I.ATti OK WAH'BING) HAVING Vatem ,pos<-c»i..u lit I be ' nbo\u Hv.Ul.iufonus lur ttiuidsaud the public generally !Ii tl cviry.'o deavr will I c inailc to mal.e Itii-ili c.ii»ruclalil» vvlicil Ih...

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Railway Time-table. Passenger trains depart from the local railway station, daily, as follow:— [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914

R»iSIwjay 'a aBBa'fc-l}»J>f«, Passenger trains depart from the local railway station, daily, as fol low :— a. 51 !\M Up Train, Melbourne S.'.W . 7.30 I flown Train, Cobram y. 55 6.55

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

Undor Now IvZaaazomoat. Jioval Mail -j JET Jk. <3- 3VT IB I 03. "£• QKUS to announce having taken w over the lease of the above well-known. Hostelry, and trusts, by strict attention to business, combined with civility, to merit a fair share o(the public patronage. Only the Best Brands of Liquors ( and Cigars Stocked. Good Airy Bedrooms First-class Cuisine Moderate Tar ill Good Yard and Stables Attentive Groom Tfie Leading Family Hotel. rro A-DVEumuns. — notick 1 hereby j»ivui that ALTKRA.TIONS lo* STANDING Aiivcrtisciwnls:. "will future lit imuk- On bach WEDNESDAY Afiernncm j-.rcccilmtf the day oi l^tUliotuiu (Fikiay) in cadi week. A(lvciiicvi< arc rccjueflieil to fm war;! COPY fur Alltiulion s> t<> " Tinios" Ofiice NOT LATKK. than -1 p.m.cmT««*.lnv^

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FOOTBALL NOTES. Nagambie v. Euroa. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914

FOOTBALL NOTES. Nagambie v. Euroa. A most interesting game of foot- ! ball will he provided at Seymour' to-morrow (Saturday) when Hie' Enroa and Nagambie teams meet in ' tile preliminary final, it will be remembered that the same teams met 011 the same giound to decide the premiership last year, and that Euroa gained an easy victory. On this occasion the Nagambie team is admittedly superior to last year's | combination, ami tile Enroa team | being as usual well up to its stand ard of merit there is every proba- j bility of a decidodly interesting eon- i test taking "place, at which the i attendance is likely to be large. I Special trains will convey the differ- j ent teams and their supporters, and the one from Nagambie will leave at 1.10 p.m.; fare 2s 3d. Passen gers may return by the ordinary train leaving Seymour at 6.13 p.m. The winners of to-morrow's match will meet the minor premiers (Mureliison) in a grand litial match the following Saturday.

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Send Off to a Volunteer. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914

Send Off to a Volunteer. On the 20th ult. (says the " Shep parton News") a meeting wa$ called at Tallygaroopna by a, few. Wends of Mr I,. J. Chapman, to decide on some little token of his esteem be fore his departure on active service. Late the same night, Mr Chapman (who is a son of Mr J. C. Chapman, of Nagambie) received a call to pre sent himself at Broadmeadows next morning, so the "gathering present, numbering some 40 or 50 people, decided to get Mr Chapman to come across to the public hall that night. All arrangements were made hur riedly, owing to short notice. Mr Chapman, on entering the hall, re ceived a great ovation, and Mr H. Skews, ,who acted as chairman, spoke a few works, stating that the people were very pleased to be pre sent to bid farewell to Mr Chapman, as he always took an interest and helped at anything fo,r the good of the tovyti and country. He said that aitbongh he had stopped tqauy a ball while playing football, he hoped he would not stop a German or Austri...

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MEETING AT AVENEL. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914

MEETING AT AVENEL. At the meeting of the Aveuel Terrier Coursing Club on Wednes day "Nagambie dogs vyete very successful, three of the four prizes being wou by them. In the Open Stake Mr M. Dillon's Miss Pearl secured first honors, witH Mr J. Taylor's nomiuation Ragtime se cond, In the Supplementary Stake Mr J. Taylor's nominations Ginger I and Ragtime were placed first and second.

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Terrier Coursing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914

Terrier Coursing Club. A meeting of the above was held at Mason's Hotel on Tuesday even ing when the financial statement relating to the last coursing fixture was read and adopted. This showed a small loss, caused through keeping rabbits from the previous fixture. Those present discussed the advisability of holding another afternoon's coursing at an early date, and seeing that a club has been formed at Avenel, and other clubs are likely to fortaed at Shep parton, and good promises of dogs have been received from Benalla and Melbourne, the members of the Nagambie club (el$ they would be doin£ the rigt\t thjng' in pitting a good' stance before competitors, ft vyas decided to hold an open coursing meeting when contests for fox ana Irish terriers, also collies, will be held, the date for holding same to/be arranged by Messrs Cohen, Mason and M'Donald, The funds of the club were reported to be in a healthy state, and the sub committee were empowered to add £5 5s to the stakes. This shoul...

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Australian Expeditionary Force. VOLUNTEERS WANTFD. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914

Australian Expeditionary Force. VOLUNTEERS WANTFD. The President of the Shire (Cr Keady) has received the following letter from Colonel J. Hawker, A.A.G., 3rd Military District, Mel bourne :— "A considerable number of volun teers are required for service with the Australian Imperial Expedition ary Force, and the commandant would be greatly obliged if you could assist in this matter by en rolling suitable men, medically fit, and sending them to the Victoria Barracks, Melbourne. It would be necessary for you to arrange with the local Government medical officer to examine candidates as to their medical and physical fitness for active service. Second-class war rants can be Issued by you to all suitable men who have passed the medical and physical examination. The ages for enrolment are over 18 and under 45. In the case of minors the written consent of parents or guardians is required. Married men are required to leave behind two fifths of their pay for the support of wife and children I...

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