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50,000 UNCLAIMED MEDALS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

50,000 UNCLAIMED MEDALS. As showing the »ar unices aim :ulties in distributing decorations, It • is pointed out that although adver- ! tisements are regularly published ask- j ing those entitled to make their . claims, there arc on hand, unclaimed, : ten years after the South African j iVar ended, 50,000 medals and about I 200,000 clasps. | A man named J.. Deadman, who j .iQi only one arm, is employed as a : i-in.cuigger at the Waltou-on-Thamee ' :emetcry.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE KAURI PINE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

THE KAURI PINK. The kauri pine, which was discover- j od in New Zealand in 177^ by the ex- I plorer Marion du Fresne, boasts, nc- | cording to botanists, a Ions und hon- | ourablc lineage. It has been estima- I ted that kauri or serviceable size, | with trunks from 2 feet 6 inches to ; 4 feet in diameter, might be pro- j duced by trees from one hundred to I one hundred and seventy-live 'years of ! ape, and an earnest appeal to those ■ in authority in the management of j public affairs is mooted asking that j care should be taken to provide in ! some suitable locality an inalienable j reserve, containing a good and char acteristic example of a typical kauri forest, out of consideration for the fact that in itself the kauri is a I noble specimen full of admirable qualities, while it is also of great value. j

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NATIVE FISHING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

NATIVE FISHING. Fishing with the natives of Hum- j tonga is good sport. I One rtrst selects one of the long, shallow coastal lagoon-* which lies between the l>o:ich ami the coral reef. The next requirement is an army of seven hundred or so oi native men, women, and children, who at once set to work by drawing nets across, or otherwise closing all the natural I openings in the lagoon. When this has, been done the women and children; wade into the water c.v.ryit)g little libre bags which contain nt\i nut. When th'.s subs; Mice !v:o.n--s w.'t a peculiar narcotic is formed which | spreads in the vater. and all the tish I arc doped. The time ic.juired fori the poison to cet tlu»:o'tghly effec tive is about halt' an lu-ur, and hv then the tish are swim:ni'i>; in a slow j lethargic w^y. The natives, armed with spears, i then form themselves into a line and drive the fish'all up to one end of the lagoon. When they are all massed to gether the natives net busy with their spears,, utter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

LINSEED COMPOUND — Fur Coughs nn>l CoM?. Kelicvcs Avtlmtn ami difficult breaihitii:. LINSEED COMPOUND—Tm.'u Mark of K»y's Compound Essence of Linseed for Coughs and Colds. LINSEED COMPOUND--Of 10 years' proven cHiracy. For Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, rt . Local Fixtures. Water Trust Meeting—Second Monday each month. Jouncil Meeting—Second Monday each month.

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REVIVAL OF SAILING SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

REVIVAL OF SAILING SHirS. Sailing ships are coming into fav our again for the pufpose of trans porting wool from Australia. Tip* ' Port Jackson has arrived at Imming ham with 9000 bales of Melbourne wool on board for Bradford impor ters, who have found that the rapid voyages of the steamship necessi tates heavy storage costs for- the cargoes. Sailing ships, on the other hand, takes many weeks on the jour ney, and as freight rates are low, money will be saved. A man who weighs 3201b. was re leased from the State asylum at Georgetown, Virginia, and immediate ly attempted to commit suicide by throwing himself into the River Ohio. He was. too fat to drown, and was rescued after'floating a mile dowo the river. Lily Dodsley, a Nottingham girl of fourteen, was presented by the police with a gold wristlet watch in recog nition of her gallantry in going to ths rcscuc of a constable who was struggling with a prisoner.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, OCT. 2, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

<lhr jtaganibic aiiuc.o Kit I DAY, OCT. a, I!) It. Local and General. Mr K. Hill, of l^ongwood, who has bcon lnid up for a week past owing to injuries recctvod in a buggy accident, is now making satisfactory progress towards recovery. * A wedding was colebrated at the Church of England, Nagambie, on Thurs day last, by tho Rov O. \V. Cartor, the con traoting parties being Mr Frank Sullivan and Miss Alicc Judson. Mr S. Tonkin, J.I'., who has success fully carried on tho business of a goneral storekeopor, etc; at Avcncl (or tho past 42 years, has sold his businoss. His succcssor is Mr ifcaveu, of the Western District. The Hailway department nude a start this week with the re modelling of the Longwood station yard. Tho improve ments are expected to cost about £3000. On Thursday evening next, the Kev A. H. Tolhurst will deliver a lecture on Pari*. The lecture will Iks illustrated by somo splendid lantern slides, and as tile proceeds j arc in aid of the Belgian Relief Fund tho ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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THE WORLD'S TRAVELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

THE WORLD'S TRAVELLERS. I 1 We in Australia are nu:l;ned to ( | boast of our cosmopolitan outlook, om- broad views, and--for our popu | lation-our large proportion of tra vellers. Huttressed by thoso self satisiliM opinions, wo nro apt to en large on the "insular prejudices ol the typical Briton," "the ignorance of the Cockney," and n inilar well worn and stereotyped phrtse* which we — in our self-complaoen.'H — have formed the habit of Inn line at our Knglish cousins. As a matter <>f fact. Uritam's tmht little island hold? a larger propor tion of travelled peonle thin any other country. The home-staying por tion of the population, too. pos«es*s more relations and friends living in other lands than any other people, and the letters they receive must en lighten, broaden and ednc-ite them in the way of outside knowledge and sympathy. The ("ignorant t'ocknev" rubs shoulders with so many diflcrent na tionalities that almost against his will his interest and tolerance is ex...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Cricket Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

Cricket Notes. A meeting of tlie members of the Moora cricket club was held in the State school on the 16th ult, when it was decided to again re-form the club. Mr Jas. M'Crae occupied the chair, and the following office bearers were elected :—President, Mr Jas M'Crae ; vice-presidents, Messrs W. Krwen, \V. Hipgrave and J. C. Davey; secretary and treasurer, Mr H. J. Cheoug ; as sistant secretary, Mr W. H. Camp bell ; captaiu, Mr John Darroch ; vice-captains, Messrs H. J. Gheong, W. Hipgrave and J. C. Davey; match committee, Messrs W. and J. Hipgrave, H. J. Cheong, J. C. Davey, John Hussey and J. Darroch; umpires, Messrs J. Dempsey, W. Cheong and Thos. Hipgrave; scorer, Mr Robert Darroch. The membership fee was fixed at 3s. The annual meeting of'the mem bers of the Nagambie Cricket Club will be held at the Mechanics', to night (Friday), at 8 o'clock. The Seymour Ramblers Club has again been re-formed. There is every probability that the Waranga association will be formed again this ye...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

CLEAN TEETH Ensure Good - - Health ! I'XLKSS tlie Te.-th nr.. ro-ulnrly 1 cl.\-me.l "itii .1 I'roj'er Antiseptic IVntifrico, tliev Kvom," oleal liarKnirs for ilaiiijoroii1; Wterii. fo -mall tli.it many tW-nnds wonl.i not eovor * l"**1 lmt tlra.lly in thi-ic adinn on tlio wholo svstom. 'Hesiitos causini; doeay of tlx" too'It, tliev arc carried nloiis: »>tli tlio food into tlio-syptom and ow- moro ill-tioaltli tlmn tliev nro ^ivrn endit for. The fact that "ToolMmij.li Drill' is part of tl.e curi-iou'im, in ui.'inv tehools shows tlmt ecuie ednca! i<nalist= nro aware of tliif. Now, you know it, loo. WOl'I-1) VOir I.1KK TO KNOW HOW TO 1T.KSKKVK YOl'K 1 KKT1I ? How to keep thorn t»l.ite and good for t'A'.,l. IX AXl> ASK A. SHAW, mlAHM.VCEV'l 1CAI. CllKMlST, Hich Street, XaRainWe. UP TO DKTS f UNDER SK\V MAN.WF.MENT. Eyerytiuxu You Require In the line o! JUWELLEHY and PLATED WARE pi""1 May be obtninedjfrom J, Alfred & Co j, HCijZvj gneS i ' "fHIGH STREET. Nagambie,...

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Graytown Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

Graytown Jottings. (Prom out Correspondent). The weather has been -very un pleasant of late. Strong cold winds, with an occasional frost, .has been the order of the day, but very little rain. I have heard of :a young fellow shooting at a rabbit the other day, and blowing the top off one of his finders. If this is true, it seems a grave error of judgment. After challenging the local foot ballers, and quite unnecessarily advising me "to get busy and back up.. cjy„words with deeds," the | MitchellstowU'. players failed to put in an appearance last Saturday, the day appointed for the match. No explanation for. their absence has been received. No doubt there will be an explanation. Impulsiveness and brag can always "find words to explain a lack of pluck and deter mination, and the above failings are invariably found in those who are accustomed to request people "'to get busy and back up their words with deeds."

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Common wealth" is used in connection with t-heso rates a id regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe lslniu, and Norfolk Island.J l.KTTKUS. For everv J ounce or fraction tlieivol. For deliverv.tvitliiu tin; (.'oninion ncaltli 0 1 For delivery in the British Km pire .. .. fl 1 Fn.- deliverv in il.o Xen Hebrides, Hanks, mid Torres Islands .. 0 For deli.(TV in oilier placo.- .... 0 -1 i.kti m c.Mtns. For delivery within the Oinino.nvonll I: Siii<-le Id each ; replv, 111. each halt. For deliverv in the Untish Knn.iie (see list 01 places itnder "U'thTi. )—bm ele, id. each. Fi..- Ji-livorv in -Von Hebrides, Hanks, mi I Torres Islamls—Sii«Io, '.'<1. cach. Fur delivery in otiicr phuvs— Single, 2ld. each. TOST CARDS. Siniile Postcards impressed with tho Id. stamp. a::d Reply <"* double cards, each halt of which lias the Id. stamp imprcsfed thereon, may bo transmitted to mace* within the Commonwealth, au&am...

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Preference to Unionists. SYSTEM REINTRODUCED. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

' Preference to Unionists. SYSTEM REINTRODUCED. | When Mr O'Malloy was Minister i for Homo' Affairs he wrote the memorablo miuute requiring that absolute preference ' should ba givou to unionists on all Common 1 wealth works, and it was the re jection by the Sonate Labor Op position of the bill making tho ■ practice illegal that precipitated the ilouble dissolution, which ia turn brought a ohange of Ministry. Members of the new Cabinet hare scarcely settled down to their duties than the order of things which had been temporarily inter rupted by the accession to office of a Liberal Administration had been restored, and preference to unionists, " other things being equal," is once, again to be one of the conditions for employment on ■Commonwealth undertakings. The following direotion was on Wednesday issued by the Minister for Home Affair* (Mr Arohibald) i —" When employing labor, other thiugs being equal, preference must be given to members of unions, " Whou registering, applicants f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

Tbe uiiuistrelboy to (ho war has gono. In the ranks of huaHh'you'll llnd lihu ; Woods' Peppermint Cure lie's depending on, And Uo loll his cough behind hiiu. Don't loavo homo whon abroad you runiu • Without a stock close by you, For health is viot'ry you'll till agree, So don't lot sioknoss try you, Gregory's ■WAEEING STOEES. Spring and Summer Goods. A Fine Collection. SUITS to Measure. Comu mill Inspoct our Now l'attoiu Books; All tlio Latest Stylos Slipwn. Suits to Measure from 35 s. "Wahring Stores. ORDER Your Suit at once ! New Spring and Summer Patterns have arrived, including the very latest Colorings. CALL AND INSPECT PATTEKNS. Tony Qrpwood, EUHLt NAGAMBIE.

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FOOTBALL NOTES. THE FIGHT FOR THE PREMIERSHIP. MURCHISON v. NAGAMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

FOOTBALL NOTES. The Fight >'0r the J>hkmieiwini\ Muiiohtsoj) v. Nauamiiik. Tho curtain was rung down on Wodnesday for tlio footbnl I season lOl-i, when Murchisou nncl Na gambio mot to decide who was to securo the premiership ponnnnt and tho " leg-in " for tlio Gordon Shield. The special train from tho two places most interested was well patronised, and a fair crowd assembled to watch the play, tlio match taking placo at Sey mour. Nagambie were without tho servicos of a fow of tlio players who liavo holped to win them many matches, including Rogers, Dibben, and r/inehan, all usoful men who could not be replaced. O. Cox, who has joined tho Second Expeditionary Force in company I with many other Nagnmbio boys, I returned from tho Broadmeadows camp to take part in tho match, ' tlio other vacancies being (illed by recruits from the Junior ranks. ' Murchison appeared to bo well represented, and after a finely ' contested match ran out winners, I although if the Nagambie back. men ha...

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The Wool Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

The Wool Trade. | The position generally presents ' no new features. At the same • time a fair amount of private sel '• ling has been going on. Both I meriuoes and crossbreds liavo boon dealt in, but the latter aro easier ' to dispuse of. As far as the | former aro concerned, one good ! salo at least has been offectod. For the ontiro lieece portion of a well-known large Riverina clip 9^d per lb lias boon secured. Admitted it may be lighter in con dition than lust year, when it aver-1 agoil round about I Id, tlio result is most satisfactory, more especi i ally as tlio basis of values, taken j through the salo referred to, works out at 27(1 to 27$d for aO t's tops. Should any volume of business be possible ou theso Hues growers would have littlo cause for com pluiufc. Cortaiu sections of the trade wero firmly of opinion that G4's wore tnado at 27id out of October purchases at' this uud just , twelve mouths ago, but, of oourso, last yoar's priccs for auy weight of stuff is quite out of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

Seven Iiapge Cases of Drapery Direct from the Manufacturers. 'j'C ■' Kx. s.s. HKXALLA Ha/ve coiue to hand in splendid condition, And the Contents are now opeued out. , These Goods hare not only escaped the enemy, but have landed without the extra War Costs or additional Freight Charges, and the advantages in value thus obtained are being presented to our Customers In Every bine. A. E. GADD, NAGAMBIE STORES tt $ The Beehive. Spring and Summer Display.. Thursday, 1st Oct. MILLINERY. Latest Models. Blouses. Costumes. Neckwear.' Dress Goods All the Newest Designs and Features. Including Sponges, Batines, Brocadieros, Crepes, Etc., Etc. CRUMBS PRINTS, new patterns. Noted for its Washing and 'Wearing Qualities. Your inspection cordially invited. D. BROWN'S NAGAMBIE. | Cowans Co. | Spring and Summer i Stow. S On SATURDAY, SEPT. 19th. i We have a very nice assortment of the latest DRESS STUFFS, including Striped Suiting, Ottoman, Striped Ratine, Printed Voiles, Crepes, Plain and Floral, etc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

TABILK HOTEL, Coiner STATION & IIIGll Siict- is, NHGHMBIE. .1. .uift'a'OMU (Lute o( Kyabr.uu. UKGS to Nolily tlie Public of Nayambie and district that be lias taken over the above Hotel (torn Mr J. Barry and trusts by strict attention to business to merit a fail" ihare of patronage. Gool) Acco.mmudati x Good Stahlinc: MoDiiitATE Tkums ; Atte.ntivk Gkoom. Best Brands o( Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. L. MASON ' (Lnte Mi A Lever) Wishes lo announce In the residents of Najfnmbie and District that he lists taken over tho business ol the nbovo well. .known Hotel, and intends In eater for patrons • by supplying the best in everything. Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Groom. Victoria .Ale "SK" The U<lley Hotel, INAGHffiBIH. UNDKIl NEW MAN,\GKMI£NT. is. c. Piaaeiii. \l.A'I 15 OK U'AltUlNO ) Haying taken pos?c>M..» «*r .ihc ;ib«>\e M< Ul. informs lui fiiiucl-and Ihc put lie generally ili.U cvtry 'e» dciv>r will U- niatlc tn. niiik...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

Church Services CHURCH OK KNCJ.AND. Kcilor : Kcv. 0. W. Carter, K.D., ThX. Sarontconlh Snmlny ftftor Trinity lln.tn — Holy Communion, with inter cessions for our Troops, I'KKSItYTKKIAN. At 11 a.m. find 7 p.m. I'ronchor, l'»n* A. H. TolhurM. >IK 1IIODHT Murnintf lit 11 - Kot. Lnp" homo ftvoning at 7— New f.npihorno ROMAN CATHOLIC Mornii'M at 0 —Hcv. K.ilhcr Kavatnjih

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

For Ssile. WOODS' UKAPINti MACHINK, * » nearly now, in Rplomlul onlor. Clionp Apply U. (JOVKRNA, (Jrnyfown

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Workers' Compensation Act. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

Workers' Compensation Act. '' We hope to have the Workers' Compensation Acl in force within a fortnight," said the Chief Secretary (Mr Murray) on Tuesday. " n was to have been gazetted by the \ 1st October, but of course that was ; merely an approximate date, and j there has been an immense amount | of detail connected with the estab I lishment of the State Insurance ] Office. I noticed the protests of ! some members of the Legislative Council against putting the act into operation during the depression | caused by the war, but we were j absolutely committed I do not [ think it will hurt any employer j very much. Many of them have already insured their employees [ under the Kmployers Liability i Act." During the past month the out side ollices have been very busy canvassing householders and others and have been issuing cover-notes for any risk up to the fixing of a rate upon the gazetting of the act. Their agents do not know exactly What the rate will be. So far, said i Mr Murray, t...

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