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The Shepparton Freezing Works. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

The Shepparton Freezing Works. There are now some 80 hands employed at the Shepparton freezing works, including 16 butchers (says j the "News"). A large number of sheep and lambs have already been | put through, and the supply ahead i Is assured for at least some weeks. The first consignment to the com pany's London agent was made by ! the s.s. Medic, which took 15,000 ' carcases. In a few week's time possibly some of these carcases may be further consigned to the theatre of war as food "for the Allies. By the s.s. Benalla a further Consign ment of between 8000 aud 9000 car cases was forwarded to London. The refrigerating chambers at the works will hold 30,000 carcases. The storerooms are below, and here, with-the thermometer almost con | stantly below zero, men are em ployed packing away the carcases, , together with hearts, kidneys, etc., I which are also intended for export ation. No consignments have yet been made of sheep skins, of which many thousand are to be sent away, i In ...

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

The Factories Act. After many days' expenditure1 of time and talk the Legislative Council on Wednesday passed the' Factories and Shops Amending [ .Bill. 'With fine official irony the Chairman of Committees reported ■ tlio bill, " with amendments." As a matter of fact, th.ere is now con siderably more amendment than bill, and the Legislatiue Assembly ' will have no easy task to tackle ' when it conies to search for the ' surviving principles of the original measure. Quite a feature of the I debate upon the bill in the Legia-1 | lative Council lias been the ardent1 desire—-or the pretence of ardent J desire—on- the part of members (as expressed in their many | speeches} to press amendment, after amendment for the benefit of j employees. These amendments j J have rendered the bill' so much a , | muss of undigested hotch-potch , that its chances for a place upon the statute book are further off than ever. So far did the spirit of industrial legislation carry tho ' Council on Wednesday t...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Nagambie Golf Club. A TRIP TO TALLAROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

Nagambie Golf Club. A TRIP TO TALLAHOOK. Fourteen players from the above club visited Tallarook 011 Saturday last for tlie return match with the latter club, and, although beaten easily, had a most enjoyable time, and returned home delighted with their days' outing. They were met 011 arrival by the President (Cr J. M'CormacIt), also several lady and gentlemen members of the home club and escorted to Howe's Hotel for morning tea, the inteival before lunch being tilled in with practice 011 the links, which by the way are showing the need of moisture in common with all other golf courses north of the Divide. After being entertained at an excellent lunch, supplied in Host Howe's most capable manner, a start was made over the popular country course, but whether our players felt too kindly disposed towards their friendly rivals, or whether they were just wanting that little bit of luck Uiat, of course, always fell to the other fellow, the fact remains that Tallarook won coufortably by 31 ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Murchison Show. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

Murchison Show. The fortieth, annual sliow of the j Murckison Agricultural Society will be held oil Wednesday next, 7th inst, and despite the bad season we are passing through a successful show is anticipated. Since the last ! show a considerable sum has been I expended in improvements, "0 cattle ! pens, a publican's booth, and a lot | of fencing having been erected, and ' the' picturesque ground is uow I replete with all conveniences. , General" entries close to-morrow | (Saturday), but 011 payment of | double fees late entries may be | made up to Monday evening. As usual the prize schedule caters well for al! classes of exhibitors, while j the prize money is very liberal. A special feature of this year's show I will be the poultry exhibit. The j society has gone to considerable' expense in providing patent coops, I and the very liberal prizes offered are sure to attract a large entry. The members' tickets, which have been J issued broadcast througlit the dis- i trict, entitle hold...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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The Red Cross League. Since the last report the following progress has been made:— [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

The Red Cross League. »Sincu the last report the following progress hns been made: — Subscriptions already aeknow 1 * lodged :).r> 1? »l I Itcv. A. II. Tolhurst's ledum 8 ft 0 [ Mr II. A. Hotham (Golf Cham* L pionnhip trophy) ... 1 r» 0 ' Total to date M 17 <) ' Mit-s Brady, flannel ; Mrs C. Callahan, ; llunnol ; Miss Uielmrds, towels, ote. A ea»;e containing lft «hirtn, 18 pillow slip.-*, 1;fi pairs nooks, 20 undershirts, 132 cholera holts, 10 pairs flannel pyjamas, and 22 towels was sent this week to head ; quarters, making tho third caso despatched. : j The committee desires to thank • ( the Kev. A. H. Tolhursl for tho geneiotis help given In the Branch i by his lecture, illustrated with pie i lures descriptive of scenes in the , : locality of the war. Apart from the interesting nature of the subject matter, and the lecturer's vory able work, (he money raised formed a I very acceptable addition to the' funds of the Branch, for which the | committee is grateful. Fund...

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

Terrier Coursing*. Wednesday, October 14. Champion Stakes. Collio Stakes. Supplementary Stakes. Full particulars next week.

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THE LEAGUE FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

THE IK AG UK PINAL. Carlton won the premiersmp ou Saturday, defeating South Mel bourne by 6 goals 9 bebinds to 4 goals 15 behlnds. . The match was played in splendid weather, and the attendance, though 29,000 less than at the'final match last year, numbered 30,437. South Mel bourne put up a great fight, but the more accurate kicking of Carlton won them the match. Alf. Baud was iu his accustomed place, and played a splendid game for the winners. , The receipts for the four seasou end football matches in Melbourne aggregated :E*t870 Irts, but from this amount has to be deducted ■CI930 12s fid, which represents the Patriotic Fund contributions, A sum of ;G2'>40 is left. There will be a slump in club figures. I<'rom the £29-10 there are percentages to go to the League, the Australasian Football Council, to charities and , the Melbourne Cricket Club, and ground expenses have to be met. | The final dividend will work out at about £150 to the clubs not iu the final, and C IO ...

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Fire at Tabilk. TEACHER'S RESIDENCE DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

Fire at Tabilk. TliACIIKR'S RESIDF.NCK DJSSTROYRD. ! A disastrous fire occtiretl at 1 Tabilk about midday on Monday, the teacher's residence at the State school, together with the contents, being completely destroyed. The building, which was a commodious structure of eight rooms, had only recently been enlarged and reno vated at a cost of .li.3'10, and Mr Ii. C Thomson, the new teacher, only entered into possession at the end of last week. Shortly before noon Mrs Thomson noticed smoke rising from the bathroom, which contained a lot of packing material, and at once gave the alarm, hut fanned by a strong south wind the flames quickly spread, and it was not long before the house was alight from end to end. Messrs ]. Beams and Gugger were the first neighbors to arrive on the scene, and though the flames had a strong hold they made valiant efforts to save some of the contents, but were only able to get out a few articles. The building I burnt so quickly .timt it was with difficulty that ...

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

W.C.SULLIYAN L>KQS 10 announce that he has taken1 y over the Wine Cafe recently carried on by Mrs J. Beams, and trusts by strictly attending to the i equipments pf patrons to merit * share of public patronage. ONLY GOOD WIN 12 WILL BE FOUND ON THE SHELVES. j Good Accommodation*. Kihst.classTaulk 1 Stabling and Atteohvc Yardsinan. | BY THE CONSISTENT USE OF To CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " From Ma? to tha end of Octoler, 1.112, I suffered agonies with acute MUSCULAR RHEUMATISM. AnWei, knees, and iboulder joints were swollen and painful, with eurudatiog pains in my back. I in * wretched «nd helpless condition, could scarcely »Und, i completely tail appetite and steep a! night. I bad tbe best medical advice, Turkish and hot saltwater baths out of cumber, aid was mat taged tbree (ton a week, but alt to no purpose. I detp&irtd ci ever being well agaio, and, at a fait reiource, concluded to try CLEMENTS TONIC, I bad read s« much of what it had done. I SOON FELT A WONDERFUL IN FLUENCE....

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Avenel Races. SPRING MEETING. OFFICIALS. President and Treasurer, Mr E Hollowny; vice-presidents, Messrs M Minogue, P Kelly, and J A Ryan; judge, Mr M Doherly; starter. Air P J Gleuson; clerk of course, Mr P M'Donald; clerk of scales, Mr E J Lorenz; handicapper, Mr J Tanner; timekeeper, Mr J A Ryan; stipendiary steward, Mr H J Buckland; stewards, Messrs J Ryan, P Kelly, J M'Kay, D Arkell, C Gadd, M Minogue, F Adams, H P Newton; W Eurey, J A Ryan, E O'Connor, A M'Lennan, B Cummins, and E. Plummer; lion surgeons, Dr Dobie and Dr Morton [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 2 October 1914

Avenel Races. , SPRING MEETING. Official. President anil Trensnror, Air E Hollowny ; vicu.presiilentP, Mcnara M Minogue, P Kelly, and J A Rynn; judge, Mr M Doherly ; starter. Air P J Gleuson ; clerk .of course, Mr P M'Donald ; clerk of scale*, Mr E J Lorenz; Imndienpper, Mr J 'runnertimekeeper, Mr J A Kyan ; ntipendiajy steward, Mr H J Bucklund ; sLewurd*, Messrs J Kynn, P • Kelly, J M'Kny, D Arkell, 0 Guild, M Minoyuc, K Adams, II P Nowton j W Eurey, J A Kynti, E O'Connor,. A M'Letntan, B Cummins, and E. Plum mer ; lion surgeons, Dr Dobio and Dr Morion The spring meeting of the Aveuel Turf Club was .held 011 Tuesday last. The attendance was hardly as good as usual, and the fields were small, but notwithstanding this the outing was thoroughly en joyed. The officials of the club have done much to improve the tone of country racing, and the patronage the club enjoys from sportsmen generally is due in a great measure to the admirable way in which the officials carry out their duties. I...

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A VANISHING RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

A VANISHING RACE. The Aboriginal problem has solved itself in the moro settled parts of the Commonwealth by the death of n<J«r ly nil tin- blacks. There if not a State in the Commonwealth where I they are not diminishing, and in Tas mania the last native died about 40 years ago. 1 The Northern Territory, being the . least populated portion of Australia, Is the part In which flu* aboriginal* abound most plentifully, and 1'rofes nor llaldwln Sprnrrr -rives as a fair estimate (if th"ir numbers there. Australians cannot charge them selves with any just reason for this dwindling of the native population. Individual cases of cruelty and ill treatment. are. of course, too fre quent ; but neitlu-r Covemmentr. nor societies have been blind to their re sponsibilities towards Ihoso helpless blacks,'and by moans of reserves, clothing, rations, etc., they have been tended and protected. In spite of this care the primary fact re mains, that where civilisation and savagery meet, the sav...

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NEW ZEALAND HOTEL WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

I NEW ZEALAND HOTEL WORKERS. As a result of nn agitation, in Par liament 'and before the Arbitration Court, all hotel workers in New Zea land arc. ensured a six-day week. In view of the extra tax this imposes on the resources of hotel authorities a suggestion is before, the Wellington Licensed Victuallers* Association to consequently increase hotel tariff by one shilling a day. There am nine kilted reciments iu the British army.

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INCREASING OUR PRODUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

INCREASING OUR PRODUCTION N'ew South Wales has wisely follow ed America's example and formed a ; boys' and girls' corn-growing club. Tho success of similar clubs in the states has provided a lesson that ag riculturists all over the world would do well to emulate. Apart from the enormous increase in yields, and the llnancial gain that has attended their oftorts, a hody of experts are being trained who will gain their livelihood ii'nm the soil, and materially anyim-nt the present knowledge and .-Tic nt ilie treatment, thereof. Although a now movement in Aus tralia. there corn '.luIis have long been running on a snrivssful footing entered the romptiii.u-; in tip Stale of Illinois, f-arii on» handling one acre of ground, i'ieM •!-m"nrtrati..iH from the Atpc. »i'-d|r;:o give advice and in.-.truction, with the re sult that a hoy of foutecn yenrs of age has to his c:vd!t the largest yield of corn ever raised on an acre. In Illinois hankers, farmers, and public spirited men contribute large...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

CLEAN TEETIJ Ensure Good - - Health ! - - - - ,j V'Nl.KSS the TwIli regularly olrano.i willi ii i-iopi'i .\iitiai'(itic Poutit'rk'o, ttu'y ho.vnio i.loul lun-houra for .hinporotis Wtotiri, so small that many thousands noul.l tut oov.t n |iitl'» howl, lint deadly in their a.li'.n on Iho tvltoln vystom. 'licsUlos Oiiunui iloca.v of tlio too ii, Uioy aiocart it'll nlonir with tho f.mil into tlio sv^tcin nn>i v in• i' more ill.hoitlth llian IIhV.-to iiiv.u ri,."i' for. Tlio fni-l that "Toollihimh * is l-.rt of ll,o curiion'uin in nnny schools fl.oivs lhal wmo o.lm'nti.•i::ilisls itUMiwnro of this. Now, yon know i>. 100. wari.i) vou mki: to know how TO 1'liKSKRVH VOl'K I KKTII r llo« to loop thorn ul.ito nml K«i.l for CAM. IN" AXLl ASK A. SHAW, rHAKMACKUUOAl' CHUM 1ST, Uinh Sheet, N'niiiMibio. HAVING secured the agcncy for the famous Buick, Austin, Ca (lillac and Napiei Motor Cars I am prepared to book- orders for the coming spring. Trial runs by appointment KOK HIKE,—The latest *2...

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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 — 9 October 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Whero the term "The Comvfton wojllh" is used in connection with these rates am! adulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe IsLui:!, ami Norfolk Ij-VukI.J I.K1TKUS. I'W \u-l*!vvv\ Ui'.in the Co'.t'.u.on t th 0 I l«-r <l«-Iivorv in Die Hriti.sh Km P»rc 0 1 Fo: delivery in the Now lMmde*, Hanks, ami lories Islands ..0 2 Fordelivery in other phoos .... 0 2} LKT'IKU CARDS. For tU«Hrrry within the Comii;oiu\eaUh : £>i»^?c\ I«i. repiv, Id. each ha.1:. For kMWow in t!:o British Empire (*;*j <A p;aro> nnd or "LeUer> Sin ( kIc hi. oaeh. I <v dolivorv in NYw llebiides. Banks. ani Torres l\I. each. F«;r delivery in other p!.u<$- Single, i'Jd, e.ich. POST CARD.?. Singio IV tennis irnp>osse,l with tho Id. M.nr.p, nj.il Reply or .louMo eards, -.•each halt of which hat, tho Id. stamp Jn-piTMctl (hereon, may {>,; transmitted ir wwrs within the Ce.nv.ro.nuvdth. ami L- rliote places. enumerated under •. ..W./' to whi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

la Momoriam. MAWb'ON,—In ioWng rmuoinlnnnco of my bolovod wifo, Jnno, who passed awtiy at ltailioston, October i»th, U)]:t A painful shook, a blow kotow To |mvl with ono w« loved «i> doai j Our loss m yreut, wo*II u<»t- fuinutnin, Hut trust in (lod to moot {i^nin, Xot «4oao from mommy, not ^oiio from lovo, lUit ^muo to our FiUhi-rV h'Mno ftbovf. Host in (ho Saviour. stvoHly rosi, Thoy misa you most who loved you lx?8t. — InHortu'd by tmr loving hiinlm»d nud family, W.,muU.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

Gregory's "WASHING STOKES. Spring and Bummer Goods. A Fine Collection. SUITS to Measure. (Jomu uud Juspuct our Now Piittern Books. All tlio Lntoat Styles Sliown. Suits to Measure from 35s. "Wahring Stores, NEW spring ana sumw CLOTHING AT LADIES' AND UlIJLDltEN'S CLOTH1XU DEPOT, High Street, Nngamliiu. Children's Tuniu Drosses, -/(J Ladies' Whito Muslin and Embroidory Blouses, 2/11 White Underskirts from 4/G to li/0 Camisoles from 1/11 to 12/G Ladies' Night Robes, from 4/11 t0 Pillow Cases, large sizo, o-iuch tuck frill, 1/3 oaoh Children's K.B., 1/3 per pair, nil sizes Dressmaking carried on atr ruasuniiblo .prices. Mrs H. LARGE, High Street LADIES' and GENTS* VISITING CARDS printed nenlly and chcaply al lhcTmEB Ofluie. New Type, Surface Cards, Melbourne 1'riccs. Do You Get tfte most out o!_Life IP YOU FEEh RUN DOWN and irrit able the lnsfc thiug you would think of blauriug would bo your oyes, Yot iu many cases Eyostrain is entirely the causo of that nervous exhaustion, YOU WOULD BE...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

Church Services church ok i;,\c;lani>. Ucclor : Ucv. 0. W. Carkr, K.D.. Th.L. KigMoenth Sutulny nfter Trinily 7.5JO p.tn -livcnsontj nnrt Pmyors fur Din 's Troop* PKKSttYTKKlAN'. Al ii nnrt 7 p.m. lYcacher, 7tov A, H, Tolhurst METHODHT Morning nt li—Mr Juiiiriri Kvoning n't 7—Iter. Lapthornu KOMAN' CATHOLIC . .Morning at ll—Kev. Father KavMin^h

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State Insurance. EMPOYERS' LIABILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

State Insurance. K.MI'UYKKS' JjIAHIUTY. „ I Kor l\w guidance of oimilavoiv, the Suly • j lumuann Onmimsiomu- (Mr W. U. j Holme*) h»s made a •antcment in aspect I j to tho compulsory iumiMucc provisions of j the WorkciV Compensation Act. Mr t j Ifolmo* said that an added liability would I now dovolvo upon employer* oi labor to pay i j compensation m employees who sustained I ! po^onal injury hv awidont in the ootnvo oI j thoir employment. (ienorally speaking Ml employers o( labor <>f ,uw kind were nfh-ctcd by tho act. Hitherto (lie liability to coin ■ ponsato injured employees had been far too • restricted, with the result that omployors ■ in this Stale hurt been placed in a position j , oi advantage compared with those in ofchor States of thu Commonwealth, and, in fact, 1 j throughout the British Empiro and tho I ; civilised .world. Therefore tho passago of j , I tho act might bo regarded merely in tho ] ! light of Victoria coming into lino with j 1 j other communities...

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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, OCT. 9, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

iltr tiwrs FRIDAY, OCT. 9, 1014. Local and General The monthly meeting ol the Ooulbum Shire Council will beheld on Monday next. -The Presbyterian Flower Show is ar ranged for Friday, 30th October, in the Mechanics' Institute as usual. Tho Euroa Agricultural Society'* annual show will be held on Tuesday and Wednes day noxt. * f The annual meeting of. the raombora of the Nagambie Bowling Club will be hold at Hie pavilion this Friday) evening, at.8 o'clock, - i Tho usual monthly sale of the Victorian I'rodujerb' Co. will !>c hold on ThuisJay next. A meeting of tjic advisory board will beheld to-morrow night at Cohen's Hotel. The secretary of tho. Terrier Coursiug ! Club advertines^for the supply of fifty" livo i > rabbits, at'Is pair, for'tbc'conTsiriR meeting I on Wednesday next. Mr K. J. Uuck,. V.H.Y.l.A,, architect, of Swanston ■ street, Melbourne, invites touders for tho erection of briclr Masonlo hall, at Nagambio. Plans and specifica tions way. bo..inspected, at Speed Bros;...

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