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Glencairn Golf Club. CHAMPIONSHIP OF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914

Glencairn Golf Club. Championship ok Ci,ub. This eveut was finished oh Wed nesday afternoon, when the second round was played. The winners were Mrs Caelli and Mr Hotharn, and these players are to be congrat ulated on their victory. Concur rently a Handicap Singles Tourna ment was also played, the winners being Miss Newnham and Mr M'lutosb. The handicap commit tee certainly did its work well, and ' the scores speak for themselves as to the keen play. The best scores handed in were :— CUASU'IONSUU'—3G HOUUS. Ladies, • 1st rouud. 2nd round. Total Mrs Cuolli 95 100 195 Mrs Pftvies 103 102 i!05 Mrs Gordon 1Q7 101 'ill MissNewnham 112 105 217 Gootlomos, Hotharn 89 ' 88 . 177 A. Forbott - 93 90 183 Gordon 95 89 184 Fayntor , 102 100 m UANDICAl'—18 HOLES. Ladies, gross, hop. nott Miss Nowuham 10& a 99 Mrs Caelli 100 scr. 100 Mitjs Coo 109 &' 101 Mr* Davios • 102 sor. 102 Mrs KUgour 1'2U 20 103 Mrs Gordon 104 scr. 101 Mrs Clarke 128 20 108 Mrs Swift 121 12 109 Mrs M'Leod 119 ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Graytown Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914

Graytown Jottings. (Prom onr Correspondent). I A bush fico broke out in Mr W. Con- 1 milly'g puddock lust Tuesday, causing a I fircat dc.vl o{ damage lo grass, limbec unit j fencing. The paddock in which the fire oc- I cured wns woll stocked, and tho loss of grass I will bo sovercly felt. The fire crosscd ;i road j in several places, and got into a paddock belonging to Mr Finmgan, but the damage done was not so great ad in Mr Connally'a property. At the rcceut elections the local voto lor labor was a very heavy one. Tho Costerfield antimony mine is now working full time. Antimony has gone up in price since tho war. A very successful danco was held ou tho •lth inst in aid of tho building fund of tho local R.C, church. Whilo some aro praying for rain, I recently heard o[ a man who stands up and act ids forth imprications because it (loos not rain. Providencc, however, seems to tako no notice of cither coaxing or bluffing. I havo been requested by thu local foot* ball club to inform yo...

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Mitchellstown Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914

Mitchellstown Notes. (I KOM on< COIUUCSI'ONDKNT.) A daiico in aid of tho local football club was held at Mitcbellatown on Friday, 11th inst. Owing to tho darkness of tho night only n moderato attendanco wag recorded, hnt a most onjoyahlo tinio was spent until between four and fivo o'clock in the morn ing. Suppor had boon provided for thrice tho number, and although tho dancers, the maloa more espcoiaUy, attacked tho good thiiiRa valiantly, a rjuuutity was loft over for the juvenile population next day, . Thanks is due to Messrs J. and I). Wood* lock for music, and to Mr G. Dykes for j oHieiatinR as Master of Ceremonies.

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Death of Mrs Kinloch. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914

Death of Mrs Kinloch. Ail old resident of the distiiet. and a colonist of 77 years, in the person of Mrs Isabella Kinloch, relict of the late Mr James Kinloch, died at her residence, High street, Nagambie, on Sunday last. Tile deceased, who was a native of Lan arkshire, Scotland, came to Aus tralia with her parents when two years old, and for some years re sided in South Australia. In 188fi she married .Mr James Kinloch, who had previously taken up land at Wormangel. They continued to reside on their farm until about three years ago, when they moved into Nagambie. Mrs Kinloch, who was a'sister of Mr M. C. Watson, of Auburn, had been in ill health for some time past and her demise ! was not unexpected. During her residence at Wormangel, as well as in Nagauibie, she had endeared her self-to a large circle of friends by her many kindly acts. The remains were interred in the Nagambie cemetery 011 Monday, the burial service of the Presbyterian Church, of which,the deceased lmd been a fai...

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The Expeditionary Force. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914

The Expeditionary Force. On Monday morning last the first batch of local recruits for the Aus tralian Second Kxpeditiouary Force left for tlie Broadmeadows camp, and they were given an enthusiastic send off at the railway station. Altogether eighteen recruits have been enrolled from this district, and a number of others are expected'to come forward. Those who liave proceeded to Broadmeadows are— G. Orpwood Y. Walker • O. Cox . -R. Sullivan D. Cuneen C. Coe H, Sandy R. Chapman W. Wilson E. Brill The strength of the second con tingent is growing rapidly, and there are now about 1300 in the Broadmeadows camp. The majority of the recruits now enlisting are drawn from country centres.

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The Red Cross League. NAGAMBIR BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914

The Red Cross League. NACAMBIF, BRANCH. ITho Nagiunbio branch of the tted (Jro«; Society has during the week received t)u following donations: — Already uoliiiow• j lodged, W1 7s; Miss (Jordan (3rd sul»), £1 [ 1h ; Mrs C. Calla^lnui, .ill ; Mis A. I)awson i 10s lid; total, IMs (Id. The lectin* I fiivou by the Ko,v. A. H. Tolhuvnt on Kridin 1 last resulted In a profit of tFurthoi 1 tfifts material havo been received as fol low a :—Mins Waito, tapo ; Mr* M'lnlosh, towels, etc; IVrfssM'Nab, socks ; the Mis;;e? Hayes, llannol; Mrs Lamhden, towels and socks; Miss Nolan, socks; the Mioses M'Nab, six pain socks; Mr* Harry (Hen alln), ootton. At tho present time the ladies aro working four days in tho week, Tuesday to Friday inehiuivo.

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Close Season. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914

. Close Season. Quail of all kinds, from let ol August till 15th day of February fol lowing, both days inclusive Black fish from 1st September ta 318b December, both dales inclusive* English trout, froui 1st May to ,31st August, Note—Any person tishing with a; net or fixed engine, ia any river, creek, or stream, or within such dist&ucu "iotu the mouth thereof, an may be proclaimed by the Governor in-Cguncil, shall be liable to a penalty of not lew than £2, or moro than £'20 Murray bream, Murray cod and Murray peroh, from 1st October to 30th November each year, both dates inclusive Penalty.—Any person taking, soll^ iug, or exposing for sale during close season for any species of iisb, any Ush of such species, shall be liable to u penalty{not exceeding £'1Q Weights.—Black tisb, i oza;|bream, 5 oat; cattiatj,} 4 ozs; Murray cod, 1| lbs; Murray perch, 8 ozs ; t.*out ot all kiuds not to be under 8,ozs. Any person taking, selling, or expoiiug for sale, or having possession of any ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914

TABILK HOTEL, Corner STATION & HIGH-Streets, NHGH7^BIE, J. .TI IVlU«iH (Late o( Kyabr.ini. , BKGS to Notify the Public of Nagambie mid district that lie lias taken over the above Hotel from Mr J. Harry arid trusts by strict attention tu business to merit a fair share of patronage. Good Accom mudati n Good Stabling Modeiiatk Tickms Attkntivb Ghoom Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. • ' L. MASON . (Late Mr A Lever) Wishes io announce to the residents of Nagambie and District that lie lias taken over tho business of the above well known Hotel, and intends to cater for patrons by supplying the best in everything. Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Groom.' a** Victoria Ale MARKET.1 B The \hliey Hotel, NHGAflOBIE. ' UNDER NEW MANAUKMKNT. ire. tliaMiii. • (LATE OK WAHBING) Having iaicci> poa>eaaitm nf the abmo Hi.tcl,informs Iki fiiimtsniid : ihc public jieiierally licit every crdeivr wilt I'C tnndc to m;il.c llicm ciiifurlaltUi when they pay a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914

The Federal Elections Boiug 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 o{ its resources on account of the present unparalleled war. Luxuries will hare to be cut down unremittingly. The dry season is adversely affecting evoryone. "But in the midst of all this we arc living in the finest country on ^arth, and will be able to make the quickest recovery on record with the help of wise legislation and a couple of good seasons thrown in. NEW SPRING GOODS Are coming* to hand as'usual, and indent lines are now being* opened out. A large assortment of the Newest Styles in Ladies Footwear just arrived. A. E. GflDD, NAGAMBIE STORES We hear the saying, | Bad Times ! j Bad Times ! Jl BUT CHEER UP ! Every dark cloud has a silver lining*, and we'll soon be in Berlin. Watch tils space for date of S SPRING SHOW. D. BROWN'S NAGAMBIE. 1 Cowan & Co. j Spring and Summer f Show. I On SATURDAY, SEPT. 19...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914

XXndor Now ManajoKont. 1 Eoy.nl Mail Hotel, asr j&. C3- uvr b x e. "JJ- @°b®n QEQS to announce having taken over the Ie;ise of the above well-known Hostelry, and trusts, by strict attention to business, combined with civility, to merit ;< fair share of the public patronage. Only the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars Stocked. Good Airy Bedrooms First-class Cuisine Moderate Tariff Good Yard ami Stables Attentive Groom Tfis Leading Family Hotel. •J'O AD VERTt.SlCttK. — NO'i'lCK is 1 hereby. yiven that ALTlSltATJONS to .STANDING Advertisements will in future bo made on each WEDNESDAY Afternoon preceding the day of Publication (Ft (day) ui each week. AtWeilWvrs arc j requested lo foi ward COPY for Alteration s to "Times" Office NOT l.ATMK than 1 | p.m. on TuoS'laVf- , 1 I*«UJw*n.y Passen ger trains depart from the local rail way station, daily, as fol-' low :— A.11 l'.M Up Traiu, Melbourne 8.39 7.30 Down Traiu, Cobram y.55 6.55 • in£ise*s Post DrfiGB DilBCtOFU OV ALL V...

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FOOTBALL NOTES. THE PRELIMINARY,FINAL. NAGAMBIE v.EUROA. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914

I FOOTBALL NOTES. The Preliminary .Final. Naoamdie v. Ecjroa. The preliminary final between Euroa and Nagambie, played at Seymour on Saturday, was spoiled to a great extent by cold windy Weather, consequently the outing was not nearly as enjoyable as it might have been had the weather conJitions been more favorable to out-door enjoyment. The special trains from Euroa and Nagambie were well patronised, but not nearly to the same extent as for last year's final, when about 30U passengers J travelled from both places, the gate | takings amounting to about ,£55, i whereas on Saturday the gate yielded only /2S. There was not I the same enthusiasm over the match | either, and except for an occasional I outburst of applause, the onlookers Were unusually silent. A strong wind swept across the ground, , which was responsible for the serambly -game which resulted, Both teams 'were short of a couple of their usual players, but had a fairly representative side each. The Euroa boys played well t...

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Nagambie Water Trust. MONDAY, 11TH SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914

Nagambie Water Trust. Monday, 1-ith ski'tkmhkii. I'resont: Coins. Nownham, Wilson, Oadd, Derum and CaoUi. HIjKCJTION OK CIIAIKMAN. Comr Pernm moved, and Comr ff.idd [ seconded, Hint Comr Wilson bo oluctcd chairman for tho enduing year. j Thu motion was carried unanimously, and on talcing tho chair Comr \Yilmm thanked tho commissioners for iho honor conferred upon htm. On tho motion of Comr.s Wilson and VJomm a hearty voto of thanks was passed to Comr Nownhum for thu ablo way in which ho had carricd out the duties of chair man during tho \»ast your. coinu:sroNi)HNoi:, From Waterworks Trusts Association, notifying tho annual session would ho hold on LMrd Soptcmber, and asking that a delegate bo appointed to attend.r-Comr. CJordon appointed, V'rom Stato Rivers and Wator Supply Commission, asking that an estimate of tho anticipated receipts and expenditure for the i year K)I5 bo prepared and .submitted. —Tho ! secretary presented a statement, based on a 1 rate of lis in the .C, with a m...

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Goulburn Weir. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914

Goulburn Weir. (Prom our Correspondent.) Anniversary service in connec tion with the Goulburn Weir Presbyterian Church was conducted on Sunday afternoon, 13th inst., by the Rev. F. C. Vickerman, B,A. The congregation was splendid, and Mr Vickermau's interesting and helpful sermon listened to with rapt attention. Appropriate hymns were sung, and the choir rendered the anthem '' Hear Us, O Lord '' (Handel) in fine style. Mrs R. Miller, secretary of the Goulburn Weir branch of the Lady Mayoress's Patriotic League, has forwarded the following parcel of contributions to the Town Hall, Melbourne:—Pair ot knitted socks from Mrs Johnson, sen.; 2 flannel shirts' from Mrs R. Miller; -t flannel shirts, 5 flaunel "Night ingales," 4 cholera belts, 23 muslin handkerchiefs, 15 kit bags, 3 pairs of cashmere sox from Miss R. Brenion.

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Patriotic Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914

Patriotic Fund. A meeting of the committee of the local Patriotic Fund was held on Monday last, Mr E. W. Hill pre siding. The secretary presented a state ment of the amounts received to date, which showed that, including the amount collected at Wahring, | £208 was in hand. It was decided to at' once remit £200 to the Lord Mayor's Fund, and to close the local fund on Mon day, 21st inst.

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State Loans. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914

State Loans. ----0 — The State Treasurer (S(r Alexander Peacock)' m'^de ail encouraging statement in the Legislative As sembly on Wednesday regarding the prospect of Victoria's being able to make satisfactory financial arrange ments in London shortly. He has been advised by the Agent-General that the money market is likely to proye favorable. Circumstances generally would seem to warrant the belief. Immense sums of Bri tish money which in the ordinary course would have found employ ment on the Continent will be denied that outlet for some time to come, and when capitalists seek invest ments elsewhere they will scarcely find any field more attractive than the iiritish dominions. The money borrowed by Victoria, in particular, is represented by reproductive works, and llie Tfeastyrcr should have little difiysulty in financing either his ordinary or his special war time undertakings. Whether it be obtained on fixed loan or on short dated Treasury biUs, the money should be available on r...

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Nagambie Rowing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914

Nagambie Bowing Olub. i A well attended committco meeting of tho abovo was hold ia tho suppor-rooin of tbo Mechanics' on Monday- evening last; the Preaident (Mr A. N. Hopkins) occupy* iag the chair. A considerable amount of discission en sued on the action of the Warrnambool Rowing Club aguin applying for leavo to bold a Regatta on Boxing Day, Fortu nately the application, on boing put to a meoting of tho executive of tho V.R.A., wqs defeated by a largo majority, thinks to. the efforts of the Nagambio club's representa tive, Mr J. Derum, but a furthor applica tion was grunted to tho Warruambool club to hold a Regatta on Boxing Day, restrict ing it to Ballarat, .Goolong and Warrnam bool, no points to be allowed. It was unanimously agree# that a lottor bo sont to $he V.R.A, congratulating Mr pecum on. his succcss in opposing tho .Warr nambool club's application, but stating that tho Nagambio club viewed with regret and I alarm 4h,o concessiot^ grouted, seoing that it h^d the promise o...

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Goulburn Shire Council. MONDAY, 11TH SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914

Goulburn Shire Council. Monday, Hth Skptkmiiiiu. I'resont: Cr* Keady, Peano, Wilson, Upturn, Morris*y, Cummins, lJrodjo ami Nisscn. Or Krady wiw votod to tho chair, cfMTsrnKNT'ft Arir.owA.vc/;. Or Jlrodio moved that tho president's iillowftnco bo tho same as (or tho nrovious vo;ir, viz., .C?JO. Seconded by Cr Morrissy, and carried. RTiWiTION OF I'UKSIDRNT. Cr Wilson moved that Cr Perum ho i-lected 2>rosidcnt-. Cr Pcano seconded the motion, which wan supported hy Crs Brodio, Cummins, Morrissy and Kciuly, and carried* unani mously. On taking tho chair, Cr Perum thanked councillor}? for tho honor they had done him. In taking up tllo duties of presidont" he did so without any misgiving*, as the councillors woro iv fino toam. llo moved u hearty vuto of thanks to tho retiring presi dont, Cr Keady, for the ablo manner in ; which ho had carried out his duties. Tho j financial position of tho shiro, which was I liiqhlv satisfactory, reflected great credit on I his administration. I Cr Per...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914

W.C.SULLIVAN BEGS to announce that lie has taken over the'Wine Cafe recently carried on by Mrs J. Beams and trusts by strictly attending to the requirements of patrons to merit a share of public patronage. ONLY GOOD WINE WILL BE FOUND ON THE SHELVES. Good Accommodation. Kibst-classTable Stabling and Attentive Yardsman. 11 — IB §1 HEdRTIB^ There's a Life-caving Power about llEARNE'S bTUret,s that raises it right out of the ruck. I Remd this and Reflect:— .1 "Whenmy little girt was Hire* years old the contractcd Measles, upon. -1 which supervened Bronchitis, Pneumonia and Congestion of the Lungs. I She was attended by a doctor of high stand* Ing, whose treatment, however, was not sue* . 1 cessful. On Saturday, the 21st October, he I said that her, life was in danger—that there rifll 111 _ I was very little hope for her. For eight days m* 1 and nights she had been prostrated by Cough, ; | Pain and Fever* and was lying like a statue. y! - flKjjgpj* 1 unconscious. At this stage I was per...

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Nagambie Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914

Nagambie Golf Club. On Wednesday last, on the links of Nagambic Oolf Club, the final rounds for Miss Denim's and the President's trophies were played for, Miss Forbes, the scratch player, winning the former with a card of 1.57 for 26 holes, and Mr W, Forbes | won the President's trophy, his I score heing l'M-10-184 for .V> lioles. Miss Denim entertained players and . friends at afternoon tea. Ladies' and Gents' Singles handi caps were also held for trophies. Principal scores:— Mil T. DMJtU.M'S TltOIMIV, 30 Holes, W. Forku ... 11)1 10 181 Ij. MoPlieo ... 201 10 191 F, Fosilioli ... l'J2 scr UW J. Fosiliclt - 207 I I liM It. Forbaft ... 'JOB 11 101 O. Brcnsing ■ ... 200 20 10j ■ MlSS DKMJM'B THOl'HV, 20 holes. Mi.4R -f. Forbes ... 157 scr 157 Mra Fosdick ... 200 12 Kit Miss llronsing ... l(i(J scr 1C(J Gents' Handicap, 18 Hole*. R. Orpwood ... 101 12 89 Tj, McPhec ... 98 7 91 T. Dorum ... 99 7 92 W. Forbos ... 97 3 91 0. Brcnsing ... IOi 10 94 ladies' handicap, 18 Holes. Miss Moris...

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AUSTRALIAN HORSES. DOES THE BREEDS NEED IMPROVING? [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 September 1914

AUSTRALIAN HORSES. UOKS THK liUKKl) NKKU IM PROVING ? Australia 1ms gained a world-wide j reputation (or excellent horse-llcsh in 'the pant, ami although the standard Its not so high now, it. must, not be supposed that a good class of horse ■is not still to he found. The history i ">f our horse breeding rocs back to the earliest days when a few enter prising settlors joined hntnls, collect ed the wherewithal, and imported to their adopted home two marc? anil a ttallion. This shipment was shortly followed hy a larger one, and the pasture and climate proving ilself Hospitable, a rapid increase in nnm tiers, and improvement in physique ?oon became apparent. To act as an incentive, and to fur ther improve the breed, a jockey club was established, and the Imperial Government granted a handsome sub sidy which was eagerly competed for, uid was known ns "The Queen's (Mate.". In this way racing was popularised, prizes increased in num ber and value, and the foundation Uone of Australia's ...

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