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Close Season. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 September 1914

Close Season. Quuil of all kindb, froiu lat ol August till 15th day of February h • lowibg, both daya iucluaive ■ Black tiob from lat September U 31at December, both daieaiuclutivoi Eugli.sh trout, from 1st May to 3 let August. Note—Any person fibbing with, a net or fixed engine, in any river, creek, . or btreain, or withiu bucli disiaucu %otu ibu mouth thereof, uo Uitiy. be proclaimed by tiie Uoveruor iu-Ceuiicil, uball be liable to u penally of not U'tm tb&n £2, or more tbau £20 . . Murray- bream,, Murray cod aud Murray pereb,. from 1st October to «jQth November^ each year," both j dates inclusive Penalty.—Any peraou taking, aull iugi or. exposing. for-aale during close season Cor any bpecied of fob, auy tiah of such apcciea, uball be liable to :i> puualiy^uot eXcueUiug £-0 Weights.—Black tibb, 1 oas jbroum, 5 oza) cattiab>J 4 oz* ; Murray cud, ljj Iba ; Murray percb, 8 ozu ; t:out ul all kiuda not to be uudur 6 oas. Any; peraou tilkiug, selling, or exposing foi au,i...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 September 1914

TABILK HOTEL, Corner STATION & HIOH-Streels,. NHGHMBIE. j. n isxoDii (Ltilc of Kyabf.iiii. , ijKGS lo Notily the Public of Naganibie and district that tie has taken over the above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and trusts by strict attention to business to -nerit^a fair share of patronage. Goon Accommodati x Good Staui.in'G MoDEHATK THUMB ATTKNTIVK Gkoom Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. . li. MA SOS ' (Lato Mr A Lever) Wisiies to announce to the residents of Nagambie and District tlmt he. 1ms taken over the 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. jsd Victoria Ale B MARKET.H1 The Valley Hotel, NAonmBiE. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. fctTmi ■I ■ rntrn—mmmmmm———— (l.ATIi OK WMIRINU) Having., !»um po«fe»i ihc ' above ili.UI.informs li.ir fiiciuUaud : lite pul'lic jitiicially Ili.ll t viry i'i JciT«r will U- iliadu lo make IIk iii forluM* 1 when ilicy ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 September 1914

Seven barge Cases of Drapery Direct from the Manufacturers. Kx. BEKALLA Hare come to hand in splendid condition, And tlie Contents are now opened out. These Goods have not only escaped the enemy, but have landed without the extra War Costs or additional. Freight Charges, and the advantages ill value thus obtained are being presented to our Customers In Every liine. A. E. GADD, NAGAMBIE STORES I SO I The Beehive. J vj Spring and Summer j h Display. $ it . ' $ I Thursday, 1st Oct. j) MILLINERY. | Latest Models. Blouses. Costumes. Neckwear. Dress Goods All the Newest Designs and Features. Including Sponges, Ratines, Brocadieros, Crepes, Etc., Etc. CRUMBS PRINTS, new patterns. Noted for its Washing and Wearing Qualities. Your inspection cordially invited. D. BROWN S | NAGAMBIE. .. jj 1 Cowan & Co. Spring and Summer Sbo-w. On SATURDAY, SEPT. 19th. 1 i We have a very nice assortment of the latest DRESS STUFFS, including Striped Suiting, Ottoman, Striped Ratine, Printed Voiles, Cre...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Railway Time-table. Passenger trains depart from the local railway station, daily, as follow:— [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 September 1914

Ui»iSWia.y 'S'ismr-tiiKHe, Passenger trains depart from the | local railway station, daily, as fol-! I low :— A.M l'.M Up Train,, Melbourne 8.39' 7.,3o -Dowu Traiii,.Cobram 'J.55 6.55

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Glencairn Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 September 1914

Glencairn Golf Club. A mixed foursome took place on the Glencairn Golf Links on Wed nesday, and notwithstanding the high wind the outing was greatly enjoyed. The followiug are the scores gross hep uctt Mrs Miller & Mr Hothara 52 C IG Miss C. Hayes & Mr Caolli 51 0 18 Mrs Cuolli <fc Mr Willis 03 -1 10 Mrs M'Lood & Dr Davics 53 3 50 Mrs Kilgour & Mr 13. Caolli 01 10 51 Mrs Willis &-Mr O. Cowan GO 8 52 Mrs Davios & Mr J. C. Cowan 58 3 55 Miss Hayes & Mr Payntcr 08 G 57 Mrs Swift & Mr A. Forbes 60 3 57 Mrs Clarko& Mr W A Gordon G1 G 58 Mrs Payntcr & Mr M'Lcod G6 7 59

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Nagambie Rowing Club. THE ORPWOOD TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 September 1914

Nagambie Rowing Olub. THE ORPWOOD TROPHIES. At a meeting of the Nngambie | Rowing Club on Friday evening last the following crews were chosen to contest the Orpwood trophies on Saturday, Oct. 3rd:— No. 1 Crow. H M'Donnld, str. *, ft Dnggan, U; \V iraclchuxl, '2 ; Bert. Gammon, bow. No. 'J Crow G Richard*, str. ; 0 Bmnsinu, ; H Wood*, 2; G IjiltleficM, bow No, ft Grow II Sullivan, sir.; W Oobhio, ; H Kvatw, 2 ; W Forbes, bow No. -J Crow T Viokora, atr. ; E Cimlli, !); Bob. Duggan, 2 J Pcrrv, bow • No. 5 Crow J Viokers, str. ; M Sinnolt, 3 ; J liiclmrds, 2 ; IS Movers, bow No. (» Crow V Sullivan, str.; H Guppy, H ; W Johmot), 2 ; J Taylor, bow

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 September 1914

II shadows (all od you and me (And 1 suppoao they do} jyfld li(< is dalk and health Is poor, And everything U blue. Choer up 1 and tako the oliauoo you have, Sooucc a life renowor; ■ Away with gloom 1 lot joy mako room! ' With Woods' Cheat Pcppormiut Cum.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dr Fitchett on the War. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 September 1914

j Dr Fitchett on the War. "Life's" second war number (October issue) contains many good and timely tilings. The chief at traction among many war features, is a masterly study of the war by Dr W, H. Fitchett. Under the general title of " The War of all the Centuries," Dr Fitchett writes three separate articles — one on " The Forces Behind the War,'" a second on " The Scale of the War and its Strategy," and a third on " The Study of the Actual Fight ing." On themes such as these Dr Fitchett writes with telling effect — for he has three times visited the scene of the present war, and draws on a wide knowledge of history won in writing many popular and patri otic books. The October issue also contains the second part of " Maw son's Own Story," of which "I,ife" has secured the exclusive rights, as well as several other excellent war articles.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Irrigation in Rodney. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 September 1914

Irrigation in Rodney. On Friday cvoning Inst, Mr Ehvood Moid, Chairman of tlio Water CommiKaion, nddrcsaod a largo mooting o! landholders in tho Tatunv Mechanics' Kill, outlining a proposal under which an allotment' of an additional 50,000 aero foot is to bo made to tho Rodnoy distriot. Mr Moad said that during tho hist four years, under the Goulburn schomo there had been a largo oxtomion in tho aroa under irrigated agriculture, duo to tho ex tension of closor settlement, which of courso increased the area under irrigation and tho domand for water.. This was aecopted by tho Commission as a proof that irrigated agriculturo was regarded iu a now light. , Pour yoars ago, tho Rodnoy district was the big area under tho Goulburn schomo, and practically had the wholo supply from tho Goulburn rivor to draw upon. Tlioro was no fear of shortago. But sinco that time tho area under tho Goulburn schomo hud been Increased onormously. Tho main channel had bcon extended to tho Tragowol Plains distr...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Presentation at Longwood. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 September 1914

Presentation at Longwood.' Mr N. F. Rpiolvogel, head loachor of the Longwood Stato Sohool, who has roccived notico of hi* transfer to Mitolmm, was on tortainert at a farewell social in the Mo | chanies' hull, Ijongwood, on Friday i evening. Cr Itrodic occupied tho chair, and I (hero was a largo attendance, During his resideneo in Longwood Mr Spiolvogol 1ms : taken a vory activo interest in all tho public movements in tho town, and as president of tho Library Committco. tho Football club, fho Ciolf club, and oftico-bearor in otlior sporting nnd public institutions ho. was always to tho foro. In connection with tho Stato school ho )iad indeed rendered in* valuublo service, nnd during his regime quito a new order of thing* hud boon es tablished, and parents as well as scholars found a now interest in thoir school. Apart from tho scholastic achievements of his .pupils ho had encouraged a fino spirifc of comradeship and manliness amongst tho boys that has left behind him an influence whi...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL NOTES. ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 September 1914

FOOTBALL NOTES. | ASSOCIATION MEETING. A meeting of the delegates of the Waranga-North-Eastern Football Association was held at the Criterion 1 Hotel on Monday evening, when j there were present: Messrs E C. ; Parsons (president), Reeves and j O'Connor (Euroa), Holloway and 1 Kelly (Avenel), Parker and Kear-' ney (Murchison), M'Leod and 1 Swanwick (Nagambie). Mulhall (Seymour), Davis (Rushworth). j special trains. ■ | The secretary presented corres- ! pondence from the Railway depart ment showing that with two excep- j tions the ninning of special trains had resulted in a loss to the associ- [ ation. NAGAMBIE-EUKOA PROTEST., Mr SwanwicU. said that in the 1 fecent sepi-final match at Seymour J fiqro'a had played a man named. D. M'Cormick, On making enquiries it was found- that -no player of that name had been registered by Euroa. Seeing that a rule of the association ! had been deliberately-broken he con- j sidered that the association had no j option but to disqualify Euroa and j aw...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GALLANT AUSTRALIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 September 1914

GALLANT AUSTRALIANS. a It is well for Australians to re member that the event in South Af- . rica which Coaan Doyle described us | being "the most gallant (eat o( arms : | of the war," was enacted by Colo nial troops which were comprised of a largo proportion of Australians, i Krom -August 4th to K.th, a.uiW ; Boers were gallantly held at bay by flOO Australians, Canadians and South Africans. For a fortnight a c assorts rain of shrapnel and segment shells pouretl on the little two acre camp at Klands Kiver, ami I, '> tr. nsport oxen, COO horses and links, and from 70 to SO men paid ui:b tIn ir lives the toll levied hv tho a.-enrate aim of the enemy. The gallant Uttlc ely re sisted, and against iV.:-;'uI rdds. re fused to ackmnvl.d- • tlv:rselvct< beaten. The scarcity > f .va'cr, the pestilential odours aiv;ng frrm de composing animals, and the continu ous bursting of shells, all proved un equal to the task of sahduiag this handful of colonial tt\o|>\ who fought o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 September 1914

LINSEED COMPOUND — For Coughs aij'l CoMp. Kelieves Asthma nml diflicult breathing. LINSKKO COMPOUND—'Trmlfl Mark of Kay's Compound Essence of Liuscud for Conglis aud Colds. LINSEED C'OMPOUND-.Of -W years* proven cffiraoy. For Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, i»t . Local Fixtures. Water Trust . Meeting—Second Mondn) each month. Jouncil Meeting— Secoud Monday each . month. 1 W.C. SULLIVAN BEGS to announce lli3t he lias taken over the Wine Cafe recently, carried on by Mrs J. Beams, and (rusts by strictly attending to the requirements of patrons to merit * share of public patronage. ONLY GOOD WINE WILL BE FOUND ON THE SHELVES. Good Accommodation. Fibst-class Table Stabling and Attentive Yardsfnan. |-«E4EfrB;g- mm There's a Life-saving Power about BRONCHITIS CURE that raises it right out of the ruck. tjcmd this and Reflect:— 1 here s a Ufe-taving rc Hearnes Palo and Fever, and was well, except that >h* was ttlll weak. In a fortnight she was Quite recovered and Is now In splen* did health, a...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mr Watt on the Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 September 1914

; Mr Watt on the Elections. i Speaking ill tv meeting of tbo SVonion'a | Nation.il League in tbo Independent Hall, Molbourno, on Tuesday last, Mr W. A. Watt, M.II.K., said that he felt Hko a man ; who had gono out on a splondid steamer and had been rescued from a raft with sea I weed in bis beard and salt in bis oyes. Ho hoped that tbo Leaguo bud not considered that It bad had " a moral victory," because tboy bad not. They wero not rooted, but were defeated. The organisation had no reason to reproach itself—it was tbo best political organisation lie had ever met. If all tbo others had been equally vigilant victory would probably have tested with the Liberal party. About 100 yours ago Na poleon 'was reported to have said, " Thoso wretched Englteb never know when tboy aro beaten." -Lot tbo Liberal party tako as a motto that they must never know whon thoy were beaten, Although they bad suflcrcd a rcvorso to-day, they must say to themselves that tbey were not, and would not bo beaten. T...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"JUMPING OUT OF BED" PERIL. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 September 1914

"JUMPING OUT OF BEU"*1'B1UL. An-inquest was helil on General J. jc. Fabritius, of St. Petersburg, a retired Russian general ami scienti- ' fic otficer, who was found dead in bis 1 bedroom. Dr. Paylev said lliat to rise suddenly from hed was a strain ] upon the heart. Elderly people felt giddy in the morning when they lirst got up. The Coroner—You mean they ought to get up gradually, and not jump out of bed like a young man ? Yes. A verdict of natural causes ' was returned.

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HISTORICAL FIGUREHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 September 1914

I A HISTORICAL FIUl'HKHKAD. i There has recently been presented 1 to the Auckland Museum. New Zea land, the figurehead of H.M.S. Or I pheus, which was wrecked in 1S65 ' when attempting to cross the bar at I Manaknu Heads. Auckland, on her I first commission, half the crew, in | eluding the commodore and several ! officers, being lost. I The figurehead was found tloating j in the sea by a clergyman (who has now made the presentation) wh<n he | was riding along a beach several j miles south of the Manakau entr.ince l two years after the wreck.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 September 1914

f \J I ECZEMA. 1 M,.. ELIZABETH ROUINS. ol fl 25() Cioupcr Sired. Adflawlt. S.A.. fl write* the itory of lief terrible tulier 8 ing*. 24/12/12. Eight y«" ilif w»i a martyr lo the agonyoft.ctenu. nnhl ilie received relief from l',c eeaiele" pain of t!ii» awful affliction through the me ol CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., * " Your medicine has been * great bfestiof to me. I iu//ered trilfa fc'crf.YJ for eight years ; cay legs were swollen to in awfol aba and eorsred with watery blisters that would keep od breakia|. All that lime I was cot fined to my home, never beiag oat except when takes to tbe hospital. They iteYmti to lake bo >b aad pro nonnced fee iocurablo. Tour medicine was rccoaaeaded (• b< by None Grace, who said it wai a splendid blood purifier, aid ny only hope vru to fet ny blood into food order. Thai is three years ago, and after taking a Jew bottles of Cl«n*&ts.,Tooic the iwslltif wai redaced.aad the blister* disappeared. 1 could ageia do mjr boose bold work, w...

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FIRST BRITISH IRONCLAD. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 September 1914

FIRST BRITISH IRONCLAD. The ironclad Egmont, which was the first iron vessel built andiittcd out in a British naval dockyard, having been constructed at Chatham half a century ago, reached the Nore after being towed from Malta to Gib j raltar by the cruiser Black Prince, I and from Gibraltar to Sheerneas by the battleship Britannia. Tht Egmont 1 which was christened Achilles when ii built, has served as a flagship at Malta, where the Admiral. Superin tendent's tlag will in future be flown j a* bore.

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Nagambie Debating Society [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 September 1914

Nagambie Debating Spciety At the usual meeting of the above on Monday evening the Rev. A. H. Tolhurst delivered a short, but interesting lantern lecture, which was entitled "A Bicycle Trip through England and Scotland." Mr A. M'Phee operated the lantern, and many interesting views were shown, these being described by the Rev.Tolhurst in his usual capable   manner. Commencing at the Isle of Wight, many of the beauty spots of old England were displayed, to gether with the lochs of Scotland, and finally England under snow, tbe whole forming a decidedly in teresting collection of beautiful scenery which the audience appre   ciated to the full. At the instance of Messrs A. Baxter and A. Forbes the lecturer was accorded a vote of thanks for his goodness in provid ing tbe entertainment, The members of the Society in tend to make the presentation of a wristlet watch to Mr Young Walker, who has joined the Second Expedi tionary Force. Mr Walker was a member of the De...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Patriotic Fund Donations. The following is a list of the douations to tho local Patriotic Fund, which has now been closed:— [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 September 1914

Patriotic Fund Donations. The following is a list of the donations to the local Patriotic Fund, which has now been closed:- Baxter Bros. £15 15 0 Chateau Tabillk Pty. Ltd, 10 10 0 J. and W. Mullor 10 0 0 Proceeds of lantern lecturc by Rev A. H. Tolhurst 8 0 0 E. W. Hill and Co. 5 5 0 P. Deano 5 5 0 John Gordon 5 5 0 Thos. Morrissy 5 5 Q Alfred Probst 5 0 0 A. E. Gadd 5 0 0 A. Lobh 5 0 0 Ewart Bros. 0 0 J. Ryan 5 0 0 W. Miller 3 3 0 J. O'Neill 9 3 0 W. Wilson 3 3 0 T. Derum 8 3 0 J. Adams 3 0 0 J. Bazoloy • 2 2 0 F. W. Murdoch 2 2 0 J. Forbes 2 2 0 J. C. Cowan 2 2 0 Ij. Caellio P. Hcaphy R. Dclaucy P. Morgan 31. Vickers S. W. Park Thos. Deano D. Brown J. Blancy 0. Morgan J. H. Lester W. A. Gordon Thos. Dovovan W. J. Furlong A. J. Dawson Rov. A. H. Tolhurst D. A. Willis 5. Raltou H. Hand0o!d. Rov. Father Kavanagb P. jil'Dooald Rov. W. T. Laptl\oruc * W. H. H'lueod T. La.no R. Cuthbort Mis M'Loan G. Blanoy J. O'Dwyor H. E. Hannah R. Muller 6. Meier Scully Bros. P. O'iToill \V. Oddio M....

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