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Control of Foodstuffs. MEAT, WHEAT AND FLOUR. EXPORTATION PROHIBITED. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914
Control of Foodstuffs. MEAT, Willi AT AND KLOUR. EXPORTATION PROHIBITED. I No time lias been wasted by j the Federal Royal Commission ap ; pointed by the Liberal Government to inquire into the question of the supply of foodstuffs in Australia during the war. The first meeting was only held on Wednesday week, but inquiries have been so far advanced that two proclamations ! were issued on Monday night after a meeting of the Executive Council, prohibiting the exportation of meat and wheat and flour from the Com monwealth to any place outside the United Kingdom, unless the concent in writing of the Minister for Trade and Customs to such exportation has first been obtained. Both these proclamations were based upon the special recommendations of the com mittee to the Federal Ministry.
THE SENATE. The following votes were recorded in the Nagambie counting centre:— [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914
THE SENATE. Die following votes were recorded in the Nagambiecounting centre Ba'rkor Barnes ... 311 ... 313 OUkoy ... ... 330 Cook ... ... 386 Edgar 376 Pindioy ... ... 330 Mauger ... .;. 363 M'Coll ... ... 395 M'Kissock ... ... 307 M'Lcau ... ... 3^8 Russell ... .:. 337 Trmiwith 393 There are now only 30,000 papers to be counted in connection with the Victorian Senale returns, and it is therefore impossible that this Stata can secure the return of any Liberal for the Senate, as Mr J. H. M'Coll, who has, up to date, polled the greatest Liberal vote, is 36,830 be hind the Labor candidate polling the lowest* number ol votes. The eleotion of two Liberals—Sir Albert Gould and the Minister for Defence (Mr Millen) is all that can be hoped tor in New South Wales, and in South Australia Mr Shannon will be be the only successful Liberal. In Tasmania, however, the increased score of Mr Bakliap now points tu the possibility of that State returning two Liberals, as Mr J. H. Keating still mainta...
THE ELECTIONS. A LABOR VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914
The Elections. A LABOR VICTORY. The Federal elections on Saturday resulted in a decisive Labor victory, and it is probable'that when Parlia ment meets there will be 41 Labor ites, 33 Liberals and 1 Independent in the House of Representatives, while in the Senate the Labor Party will number 32 and the Liberals 4. The poll at the Nagambie booth, over which Mr T. Derum, J.P., pre sided, was a good deal heavier than at the previous election, but not withstanding that (act, and that this was also a counting centre, the re sults were made known expe ditiously. The contest foi the Echuca seat naturally monopolised attention, but though Mr Gourley put up a good fight, the issue was never in doubt, and Mr A. C. Palmer once again demonstrated the firm hold he has obtained in this electorate. The final figures are not yet available. ECHUCA. Gourley. Palmer. Aveiiel 19G ISO Bradford 239 201 Echuca 1,031 702 Euroa 290 310 Euroa South 121 179 Heatheotc 343 350 Katomatite 103 1W Kyabram 273 602 La...
DELIVERY OF GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914
DKLIVKUY OF GOODS. In time of war international law ; with regard t«i the seizure of ships ! is much what the victors like to make | it. But this dors not hold good • with regard to poods imported in ; foreign vessels. The recognised rule j then is, that the said goods should 1 he forwarded to the consignee who has paid for them, as expeditiously | as possible. A stoppage of supplies is far-reaching in its consequences— and in modern trading conditions, when one branch is dependent upon another, any dilatoriness in hand-' ling incoming goods seriously handi caps commerce. Oak is darkened for decorative pur*} poses by fumigation with ammoniat- ) ed vapor.
AUSTRALIA'S CREAT FIGHTER. PIONEER OF THE WOOL INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914
AUSTRALIA'S CREAT FIGHTER. PIONKKK (IF THE WOOh INDUS- j THY. i A new ro;intrv invariably ow«*h h>.»r settlement tlshi sucivsshil di-vvlop ' mom to the furhters among torn ; and Australia is no exemption to this J rule. ICnor^otic. enterprising and virile men nailed from their distant i northern homes, ami brought with • them all their sturdy Anglo-Saxon lighting spirit. One of the greatest of these invin cible souls was John Macarthur, who, unaided ami alone, set himself the task of establishing the wool in dustry of Australia. Discouraged and discredited on every side, at one time it looked as though his experi ment would end in the smoke that his detractors prophesied. Macarthur started with a mixture of the hairy razor-backed Cape shoep and a few Trish sheep. This breed he continually crossed with pure Span ish merino rams, and l.nally—after a period of great sickliness, which caused crave anxiety for the ultimate success of the issue—the breed slowly retrained constitution, ...
Bowing Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914
Bowing Club. annual meeting. Thfl annual mooting of the membors of | llio Nngambio Rowing Club was hold on Monday cvoning Inst, when tboro wore pro- J sont:—Messrs K. M'lJonald, A. N. Hopkins, T. Dorurn, 1j. Mason, R. Chapman, \V. Johnson, 0. H. Matthews, 2>\ Uaxcloy, A. lta/eloy. T, Viokers, .7. Vtckcra, F. Sullivan, (5. Littlcflold, H. Sullivan, V. Sullivan, H, Welch, J. M'Infcosh, A. Speod, II. Gundry, 11. M'fronald, J. Forbes and R. Unggnn. Mr I*. M'flonald was votod to tho chair. balance Sinurr. Receipts.—JJalanco brought forward, £9 2s !ld ; subscriptions, £29 fis fid ; donations, £11) lf>* ; proccods of soeiiils, £23 l is ; cox swains' trophies, 10s; refund regatta entries, £i:i 10&lt;; trial fours onirics, £8 7h (id ; re fund Railway dopt, £5 15s ; arrears from I9J2 and 1913, £1 I83 Gd; total, .£112 to 3d Expenditure. — Regatta ontries, £10; trial fours'trophies, £11 15s Gd; V.R.A. fees, £1 lis ; secretary's honorarium, 1012* 1:}, (:,*»; freight on boats, -fill...
A HIGH-PRICED KISS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914
A HIGH-PRICED KISS. A judge at Lucerne, in ordering a man to pay £2 for kissing a woman, explained that the emallness of the fine was due to the lact that the kis! was given in the dark, and therefore too fleeting to be of much value. More than 200 women were glued tc their seats at the Hippodrome, Pott* ville, Pennsylvania, owing to th&lt; melting of the varnish on the chairs, and could he removed only after an hour's exertion on the part of th« officials.
A FADING RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914
A FADING RACE. TUe oft-repeated plea for the thor ough study of the ethnology of the j black races, while the fnst-vauiBhing opportunities still remain, has been J handsomely answered by Professor Baldwin Spencer -Australia's autho rity on aboriginal matters. Ills valuable work on ''Native Tribe# of the Northern Territory of Austra lia," is packet! full of interesting in formation, which in the result of his sympathetic study and observation of the various beliefs, .superstitions, manners and customs of a primitive and fast dying people. Their decline ami defeneration can always be traced to the 'forward march of civilisation ; ami contact with outsiders, especially Asiatics, means the loss of native customs nud beliefs—and consequently stam ina. The native inhabitants of the Territory are said to number about twenty thousand. But any effort to table the units in these nomadic tribes is an impos sibility, and the Professor judges both from observation and hearnay, that a true census...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914
! LIXSEED COMPOUND — For Coughs ! and Cold?. Kclievcs Asthma anil difficult | breathing. LINSEED COMPOUND—*IWb Mark of Kay's Compound Essence of Linseed for Coughs and Colds. UNSEED COM HOUND—Of -10 yeniV piorcn efficacy. For Coughs, Cold?, UronchitU, »'t . Local Fixtures. Wattr Trust Meeting—Second Monday eacli month. _ , Jouncil Meeting—Second Monday each I month. W. C. SULLIVAN BEGS to announce that he has laken over the Wine Cafe recently carried on by Mrs J. Beams, mid trusts by strictly attending to the lequiremcnls of patrons to merit a share of public patronagv. ONLY GOOD WINE WILL BE FOUND' ON THE SHELVES. Good Accommodation-. First-class'Table Stabling and Attentive Yardsman. i MSSS^MUM There's a Life-saving Power about hEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE that raises it right out of the ruck. «this and Reflect "Whenmy little girl wu thre? years old she contracted Measles, upon' which supervened Bronchitis, Pneumonia and Congestion of the Lungs. She was attended by a doctor of high st...
The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, SEPT. 11, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 September 1914
(Fkr Ipgnmbif ©iiucs FRIDAY, SEPT. 11, 1914. Local and General. TheAvenel Waterworks Trust has voted £10 10s to the Patriotic Fund. Mrs Wm, Withers, of Longwood, died in a private hospital at Euroa on Sunday last. The deceased, who was a ilaughter of Mr A. G. Pobjoy, was only 25 years of age. Mr X. F. Splelvogel, who has been head ■ teacher of the Longwood State school for : the past three years, has been transferred to , Mitcham. The Watauga Council's proposal to charge yard dues on all cattle sold in Rushworth is being hotly opposed by a largo section of . ratepayers. The council rocclved a depu I tation at its lust meeting, and after a lengthy discussion it was decided to again postpone the question for a month. Tho monthly meeting of tho Goulburn Shire Council will be held on Monday, when ■ the principal business will be tho election of 1 president, and tho appointment of a sue* i ccssor to Mr A. C. Lester, who takes up his duties as secretary to the Havtesbury shiro at an early...
MAORILAND'S MAGNA CHARTA. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914
MAORILAND'S MAGNA CHARTA. 4 It is interesting to road the literal i translation of "The Treaty of \Y.\i tangi," or as it has been aptly cal' Jed, "The Magna I'harta of the Maoris." This compact stands alone as be ing the only written agreement made between kuropeans and half-eiviljsed native tribes. It was carefully ex plained, thoroughly debated, and after much discussion on the part of the Maoris, was accepted, and has never been broken. The debates which ragtd round t It»* various clauses of the agreement were dramatic and intense ; an.l the distinction between such words as "chieftainship," and "governorship," caused many h«art-but nin-:s until the diiTerence was thoroughly tht; s' e.l out and understood. Protests were uttered thus, "We're all to be on an equality, then perhaps Tc Kemara would say, yes ; but for the Governor to be up and Te Kemara down Governor high up, up, up, and Te ICemara down low, small, a worm, a crawler—no, no, no !" Other lesser grievances also Irul to b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914
MOTOR OAKS. LIA\ ING secured ihe agency for 1 tlio famous Buick, Austin, Ca dillac and N'apio Motor Cars I am prepared to book oulcrs for the coming spring. Trial i inns by nppnintmenf ^ KOH HIKIS.—Tlhi- latest 20 iM h.p liuick touring car, at any hour of the day or night. Call in for a trial run in (his (ine car. Uic latest Buiek complete, with 5-sealer touring body, aiul all the latest improvements' Soiling Agents for Dunlop Motor Tyros. A)1 sizes kept in .stock. REPAIRS.—1 am piepared to ropair any niako of Cur. All Duplicate parts at Melbourne prices. IVlrol find Moior Oil stocked, I stock all Sporting Requisites: Guns, KiHos, Cartridges, Footballs, (»oU Halls, Cycles. I am tho builder of tbo Uoulbutn Cyclo, rroui J.'0 10s to X'Ui K'n. Cycle repairs of »ll kinds lit Melbourne prices. All Cycle accessories kopT in stock, Agent for Triumph. Rover, Jap. and all the leading Motor Cycles. Don't forirot the-**-*— n R. ELSBURV, Motor AMI Cvcu: Garage, High street, Nngainbie. Victorian ...
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Common wealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The CoinWion nealth" ij used in connection with these rates ami regulations it includes Papua, Lord Hovve Island, unci Norfolk Island.] uotticks. Tor every J ounce or fraction thereof. Fw delivers within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in the British Um pire .. 0 I For delivery in the New Hebrides, Hanks, had Torre* Islands ..0 - For delivery iti other places .... 0 -J LETTER CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth : Single, Id. each ; reply, Id. each hah. For delivery in the British Empire (see lift of places under "LeUoiV')—Sin gle. Id. each. Per delivery in New Hebrides, Ranks, ami Torres Islands- -Single, I'd. each. For delivery in other places— Single, i?4d. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcard* impressed with the Id. htnmp, and Reply or double cards, ench halt of which has the Id. stamp iiiiprcsccd thereon, may be transmitted to !mhcc3 within the Commonwealth, aud ir those places, enumerated under i.Nrrs," to which letters may ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914
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