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Commonwealth and States Savings Banks. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

Commonwealth and States 8avings Banks. With, the return of Labor to authority we may dismiss from consideration the proposals op proved by the states and the late Federal Ministry for bringing to a close the competition between the States and the Commonwealth: for the people's savings. The Labor party regard* the Commonwealth Bank as an institution peculiarly c>f its own oreation, and as Mr Denison Miller, I governor of the bank, while willing to absorb, the state banks, was adverse to any restriction being placed on the Federal area of aotiou, his. View is now likely to command assent. It is not conceivable that the states will surrender' their present pre dominance of position and allow control of the people's savings to pass into Federal hands. The development of' the state's re sources is largely dependant on the availability of the' savings hunks'.fiuuls, mid if the direction passes out of statu hands hind rance might arise, even though a pledge were given that n settled ! p...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Terrier Coursing Club. WEDNESDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

Terrier Coursing Club. WEDNESDAY NEXT. Ou Wednesday afternoon uoxt tlie Nagambie Terrier Coursing Club will hold its final meeting lor the season, and as tlie com lnittoc is putting forth sv good programme, with liberal prize money, it is expectod that it will bo well patronised by tlie general public and dog owners. Assur ances of entries have been received from coursing, men in Melbourne, Worribco, Bonalla, Shepparton, Avonel, Seymour and Nagambie, so tho competition should be kcon. The meeting will be. held in Mr Cohen's,paddock .in.Vale street. The principal attraction will be the Champion Stakes, for an un limited number of terriers at 3s each,', with £5 5s added, also champion, blue .ribbon to winner. Collie stakes and Supplementary stakes will also be decided, and additional interest (rill be lent to tho coursing by a challenge match for £5 os aside between the cham pion of Najgambie.'and the cham pion of the North-oast. In another column the secretary advertises for tho supp...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Fatal Vehicular Accident RUSHWORTH RESIDENT KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

Fatal Vehicular Accident RUSHWORTH RESIDENT KILLED. Whilst returning from a fishing I excursion at the Waranga Basin outlet on the 30th ult., Mr I. Darby, the well-known licensee of the Football Hotel, Hushwortb, was thrown from a vehicle and killed inBtantly. /His companion esoaped with minor injuries. The accident happened in a simple manner. Passing over a small heap of stones, the gig tilted slightly, but before it ritfhted itself the horse swerved, _ Mr Darby being thrown under the wheel and dragged along the ground for several yards. The medical ox- \ animation showed that deceased's I neolc was broken.

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Murchison-Show. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

Murcbison. Show. The, fortieth annual show of the Murchuson ' Agricultural' Society ' was held on Wednesday last, aud notwithstanding the adverse season Was very success: - As usual, the judging was got through promptly, the stewards.assisting materially by the way iu which they attended to their duties. Exhibitors from this district were very successful, prizes being wou as follows :—P. Bazeley, first for gig pony under 14.2, and second' for pony hack under 14 hands ; A, E. Ingleman, third for gig pony ; J, F. Greenwood, first for gig. In the poultry sections, which were a special feature of the show, Mr J. M'Donald had.'a field day, his ten exhibits securing three champion prizes, seven firsts, two seconds, and one third, iu additlou to the brouze medal donated by the Victorian Poultry Society for- the best bird in the show.

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Mining at Rushworth [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

Mining at Rushworth Mr Howitt, of the Mines De partment, who was in Rushwortli for the past few weeks taking bearings and obtaining data with the object of briugiug the mining records of Kushworth up to date, lias completed his work and again returned to the head office. Before doing so, however, Mr Howitt paid a visit of inspection to the Col binabbin ranges. He stated thul the hills provided an excellent field of study for the geologist, and he took away with him numer ous specimens of rook and mineral, some of which were v,pry Hue indeed, and eclipsed anything of a similar nature contained' in the musemnB of the State. Most of these had no commercial' value, but there were several exceptions, provided the deposits were found to exist in any quantity. There were distinct traces of asbestos and also a vein of sieuna, the latter, as Mr- Howitt stated, being of very fine quality, and probably worth further investigation.

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Close Season. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

Close Season. .Quail of all kinds* from i«t oi August lill 15th day of. February fo - lowing, both days inclusive Black tiab from 1st September La 3lat December,: both dales iuolueive. English trout,' from 1st May to 31»t August. Note—Any person lisbing with-* net or fixed engine* in any rivur, creek, or stream, or -witbiu such distance %oiu the rnauth thereof, a* may be proclaimed by the Govenior m-Couucil, bhall lie liabhi to a penalty of not. less than j£2t or, more tban £20 Murray bream, Murray cod uud Murray perch, from 1st October to ; 80th November each year, both dates inclusive Penalty.—Aoy person taking, sell, iug, or exposing for tiale during close season for auy species of fish, uny hah of such species, sbull be tiublo to n penaltyjnol exceeding JC-0 Weights.—Black iisb, 1 ozs ;|breum, 5 oat; cattish,} 4 ozs; Murray coil, lbs ; Murray peruii, 6 ozs >' U'uut ot all kinda uot to be uuder 8 oza. Any person taking, selliug, or expotiug for s&le, or having possessi...

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

atms*J Corner STATION' & llHill.Strecl.s, J. .WlWOMliB (Laic of Kyubr.mi. BKCiS lo Notity the Public of Nayambie and district that he has taken over tlic above Hotel from Mr J. Harry and 'trusts by strict attention !■> business to 'iierit a fair share of patronage. Ciooi) Accommohati n . Uuou Stahmno Modkiuti; 'J'kkm.s Attentivk Okoom .Best Hrands ol Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. I . MASON (I,at(j Mr A I.tvcr) Wishes to announce to Hie residents of Nagambie and District (lint lie has taken over, llio business of the above well known Hotel, and intend? to cater for patrons by supplying the best in everything. ' . ' Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Groom. sr Victoria Ale "s&ss" The Valley Hotel, piAGnm&iE. UNDKU NEW MANAOKMKNT. Is. t. piamiii. 1 . " b t (I.ATIi OK WAHHINO) IT AVIN<> lakcii poasfei'fi'.ii • Ih'o" ,.: ,n alj.ivB'll<.U:l,informs li.r f.kuiI-.-micI lilt- piit lie generally llul tviry nilciV"r . wi...

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

Seven Liarge Gases of Drapery Direct from tlie Manufacturers. Ex. s.s. BENATjTjA Hare come to hand in splendid condition, And the Contents arc now opened out; These Goods have not only escaped the enemy, but hare 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 Iiine. R. E. GflDD, NAGAMBIE STORES or I Now Showing. | Choice Selection H OF (£. NEW SEASON'S NOVELTIES. The Newest Designs In up-to-date t)ress Materials. » J) 3) 55 i (I Sponges, Poplins, Hatines, Crepes, Lombards aud Brocaderos, Grafton Voiles, Etc. Agent for the celebrated CKUM'S Washing Prints. Tine Bange of New Patterns showing. tt MILLINERY. Triuiuied and Heady-to-Wear. All that is new and stylish. Blouses, Costumes, Neckwear, '• Etc., Etc. INSPECTION INVITED. ' _ D. BROWN'S NAGAMBIE. ri Cowan & Co. Spring and Summer Show. On SATURDAY, SEPT. 19th. We liavo a very nice assortment of the latest DRESS STUFFS, ...

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

tfndov J."o-;/ ManajoBiont. j .Koyai Mail I jsr a C3- .a. m :e x Ei. over the Iohku of the above well-known Hostelry, and } IjuhIs, by strict attention lo business. : combined witii civility, U> merit ;< | fair share of lite public patronage. Only the Best Brands of Liquor* and Cigars Stocked. Good Airy Hcdronim: Kiist-cla>-s Cni.siiu Moderate Tariff Good Yard and Stables Attentive Groom THe Leading Family Hotel. 'f'O AnVERTlSKKS. — NOTIOK W i hcu-hy yiviMi th;it AI/TKkATIONS 1 to STAXril.Nii AtiviMiiseiriJ'ms will in j future he romle on each WlillNliSDAY Alteinqoii itcclnImi^ the Jay us I'milieation ! <KiitUty) in ViKu Wet*. A.ivcMirvirf :nti vcqucelcil id fin war:! COPY for AMerntimi ? ' to"Tinies" Olttce Xt'T UVTICU. tlwu 1 ! p.lll. «l!l i'UOH.I.lVr. .BSrtilWia.r 'H'a BCB'tr-tf is B?P«. Passeu j-cr train* Jepml from the local railway .station, daily, as fol low :— Up Train, Melbourne S..W Down Train, Cobrani 9.55 n.55 A.M I'.M I (I'• V ROYAL WAKKaNT.)...

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

Kliul TO STAND 'I'll rs SKASOX AT NAG AM BIB, And Travel Uio .Sun-Giuuling Districts, Tfll'i TROTTING KTAf.UON, T< Ky \ VflV «'l6'.»«4' H5b<• WorJ<|, TOM AIiMONT is a (lurk Iny rising '•> year-., standing over 16 hands and very fust. brother of Almoin jmi., 2 miles, .* s;, l»i:i:lii'«s (it Almoin, N<> !' in Catalogue, nml lialf-Innthsr to Duchess o[ I!,,i)is>-liilil. :! mill's '» H AlU'iton ami U.u-ly Ucaper. l'oale.l lOtli \iiv.. IHO'i. His siu\ Alioont 2.12 l/iilli (Xo 2!) in Catalogue), t>nn>. Mil- Duchess, 2 mill's in ii.SA (enliitd in New Zealand Hook I nyc :)1) by Bi'ilin (37-1 impnituil Amciiean trottei), siio of C'ulislu, 2. If.',. l'Viiiilt ii (dam of I'\ ilx, 1; Tim Heir, 2.20; I'Vaiu, 2 2.'); ntiil l'"iciU'iick, 2 2<>. Pttella (dam of Alnioni, 2,12 l.'iilh, I'icuiu l'iihn nml lU'lmont M ). and General Tracey 2,.')1. pin- of Culilrowood 2.1.S, WitliinKlon .22, Victor 2.21, 2nd dam, Nellie, l>y Sl.n...

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Wheat Cultivation. NEXT YEAR'S CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

Wheat Cultivation. NEXT YEAR'S CliOP. Iii the opinion of the Premier (Sir Alexander Peacock) farmers would be well advised to sow large areas of wheat next season, The Loan Application Bill, which is being considered by the Legislative Assembly, contains provision for <Cluu,0i)0 for the purchase of seed wheat. If a larger sum is needed the Ministry will not hesitate to provide it; we desire to keep our people 011 the land," declared Sir Alexander. " There are good reasons, both from the war point of view and the State point of view, why the farm ers should sow as large areas of wheat as possible. Approximately one-third of the world's wheat crop is produced by the couutries'now at war, so that the world's production next-year must be greatly reduced, and higher prices must rule. From the State standpoint we find that 011 I a great portion of our land under | wheat this year the crop has failed. I Under normal conditions the farm ers would sow 011 fallowed laud, | but this...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

CORItESrOXDEXCE. "I suffered fur a h>ug time wlth'ae* vere pains in the back, over the kid* - neys.atid uuder i!»e shoulder blades, and back of my neck.. My.;back>be - came so lame thai it was with diffi culty 1 could move about.'• 1 suffered thus Tor many weary months. -1 tried various advertised remedies, which failed -to-give me the relief I sought, uutir Warners Safe-Cure was brought to my notice. 1 took that medicine with marvellous result. In "a short lime tho pains ami aches had all left me; 1 aiu now in good health. I also t suffered a good deal from Rheumat * Ism, but the Safe Cure has also era dicated all symptoms of.that complaint from ray system."—From .Mr. U. Da vidson, bootmaker, 62 Commercial road, Prahrau, V.'c. . "I* have been using your*Safe Cures for twenty-six years, -and .have found them most benetlelal, in fact Warner's Safe Cure cured one of my daughters of dropsy at tho age of thirteen. She is now a heahhy woman. with a fam ily of live healthy chHdreu. ...

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The Sydney Road. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

The Sydney Road. A conference, convened by the Violet Town Shire Council, to con sider the advisability of asking the Government to take over the Syd ney road as-a national undertaking, was held at Violet Town on the 28th ult., when the following shires were representedEuroa, Goul bara, Oxley, Kilmore, North Gvens and Violet Town. The shires of Chiltern, Benalla, Wodonga, Broad meadows and Broadford wrote promising support to the move ment. Cr Buckland (Violet Town) presided. Cr Gordon (Violet Town) having explained the objects of the con ference, said that his shire did not object to the proposed works on the Sydney road being carried out under the supervision of their en gineer provided the - Government paid for it, but thought it most un- . faif to saddle municipalities with the whole cost, as was proposed. He thought a strong deputation should be appointed to wait on the Minister to urge the nationalising of the Sydney road. It was the ;main highway between the two capitals, and...

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Graytown Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

Qraytown Jottings. (From our Correspondent). Last week I mentioned the ca*e of a young fellow, Roland Hug gard, shooting his finger off with a pea rifle. Although not a serious accident, it wax & rather peculiar one. ■ He was aiming at a rabbit when he noticed a piece of wool on the muzzle of the rifle. Whilo still holding the rifle to his Bhoul der; with a finger apparently on the trigger, he reaohed along-the barrel with his left hand to remove the piece of wool, when the weapon went off, and the bullet went through his forefinger near the first joint. , This lad was bitten by a snake last summer, but he is one of the hardy sort, and recovered from the bite. Water is getting scarce, both iu the town and outside. There is water in the reservoir, but it is not fit for drinking unless cleared and boiled, or filtered. The water is also just about' done at the school. When 'the sohool oloaed at show tine there was . something more than half a tank, and before leav ing the sohoo...

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NAGAMBIE CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

. NAGAMBIE CRICKET CLUB. The annual meeting of the mem bers of the above club was to have been held on Friday evening last, but lapsed owing to the poor at tendance. The. adjourned meeting will be held in the Mechanics' Hall to-night (Friday), at 8 o'clock. BATTING AND BOWUNG AVERAGES. The following list of averages in connection with the past season's matches has been prepared by the hon. secretary, Mr W. R. Bourke: BATTING. a g. o a -a ^ 1 & C II k i *5 J.1). O'Donoghuo 108 7 •18 15.4 B. lugloman 126 9 41 14 A. M'Donald 89 11 80' 19.1 D. Brown 129 11 89 11.7 J. Williams 74 7 45 10.5 T. Mills 48 5 s 21 9.6 M. Griffiths 05 9 18 7.2 B. M'Donald 48 7 14 0.8 A. Rivicro 54 8- ' 30 6.7 E. M'Donald 19 3 •15 6.3 A. Dixon 50 8 15 6.2 F. Fothargill 17 4 12 4.2 H. La Guier 18 5 8.0 H. N. Handfield 6 •2 a 8 E. CaeUi *2 4 2.2 H. Gundry 11 5 4 2.2 BOWE.ING . Averagc, Dison ' ... ... 1 . HandiUld ' ... 1.5 ' H. M'Donald ... 5.1 Ingleman ... ... 5.8 Mills • 6 Griffiths 7.2 Fothorgill ... ....

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Nagambie Rowing Glub. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

Nagambie Rowing Club. On .Saturday last the Rowing Club started tlio season with scratch four-oaroil races for Mr A. M. Orpwood's trophies. Tlio original crews that wero selected for tlio event were unfortunate in having to' disband owing to several mombers not being able to take part, so scratch fours were in ! stituted. Through having to pick crews a late start was made, and the final will not bo rowed till Saturday afternoon nest. The starting of the events was capabiy carried out by Mr W. H. M'Leod, and the judging by Mr A. N. Hopkins and Mr B. M'Donald. Details of the rowing:— First Heat. J. Vickors str., W. Gcbbic 3, M. Siuilott 2, E. Ueyora bow, D. M'lutosh cox, beat T. Vickors str., V. Sullivnn 3, Bob DuRgun 2, J. Porry bow, G. M'Intoflli cox. Time, 3 mill. 17 sec. Second Heat. H. M'Donald str., Rup. Duggan 8, W. Johnson 2, Bort. Gammon bow, D. M'ln tosh cox, beat G. Richardsstr., Bert. Evans 0, H. Wooda 3, G. LittloBold bow, G. M'Intosh cox. Timo, 8 min. 15 sees. Bye. H. Su...

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Nagambie Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

Nagambie Golf Club, On Wednesday ladies' and gents' singles were decided on the club's : links for trophies donated by a lady ■ member of the club and the Rev, Father Kavanagh, The ladies' competiton was won by Miss Mori ; son, while Mr J. Fosdick secured 1 Father Kavanngh's trophy. The scores were :—• UADIl ■;s' Sinumsb. Miss Morisoii gl'CHS. hep. nctt. 58 1 54 Miss Bremintf ">rt j,er. 58 Mitts O'Dwyctf 7f» !•> 63 Mra l?<vdiek 77 M (;:! Mrs Mmu'kc 7« 1) 04 Miss Ijuzoloy 7'J M or> Mips Dorum CiKNT 8ti Hi S' SlNfJIiKK. 73 J. Fosdick 100 7 93 1*\ FosdieU '.H sev. *.»! S. Lobb 101 7 •J7 11, Forbos 101 7 07 T, Dcrum I0f> 7 Of) W, Boui'hc . 121 iJ'2 Hi)

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Nagambie Turf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

Nagambi6 Turf Club, The annual meeting of the mem bers of the above dub was held at the Nagamhie hotel on the 1st inst., when there were present:—Messrs J. Furlong (president), T. Dentin, T. Ryan, J. M'Intosh, P. Nolan, A. I. Hand. T. Donovan, T. Clarke, P, Morgan, E. M'Donald, Cohen, Mason, J. Muller, jr, and J. I). O'Donogliue (secretary). IIAI.ANCrS-SIIIiHT. The balance-sheet for the past year, showing a credit balance of CJ ! Is -id, was read and adopted, members generally expressing them selves as highly gratified with the position disclosed. HM'.CTION OK OI'I-'ICKKS. President: Mr J. Furlong, re elected. Vice-Presidents : Messrs D. Ahem, P. Morgan mid TJ. M'Don ald. j Judge : Mr T. Ryan. j Starter : Mr J. J. O'Dwyer. ; Clerk of Course : Mr L. Mason. Clerk of Scales : Mr Fred Hill. I Handicapper : Mr W. Hill. ! Stewards : Messrs P. Morgan, T. Derum, J. J. O'Dwyer, J. Furlong, J R. Mahoney, K, M'Donald, X. I. j Baud, T. Ryan, T. Clarke, J. < Aluller, jr, M'Intosh and ...

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Nagambie Patriotic Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

Nagarabie Patriofcio Fund, Amount previous acknowledged! -£194 18s 64, Goulburu Shire *50 .0 0 M. Deane 5 5 0 A. N. Hopkins •' -5 0 0 Speed Bros 2 2 0 H. O'Neill 110 C. O'Neill 110 W, Young 110 UELQUN BELIKF FUND. Goulliuru Shire £25 0 0 A, N. Hopkins 2 2 0 B, Governs 1 10 Miss C. Bell 11 0

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

j LINSEED COMPOUND — For Coughs | anil Coi.l?. Kclieves Asthma anil ilUlicuU I breathing.. LINSKKU COMPOUND—Tnulu Murk of Kny'g Compound Essonco of Linseed for Coughs anil CoUU. I.INSEED CUM POUND--Of 10 years*' proven elUfAcy. For Couyhn, Colds, Bronchitis, et .

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