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NAGAMBIE V.MOORA. A SENSATIONAL FINISH. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

NAOAMmK v. MOOltA. A SENSATIONAL FINISH. Tho Nagambte team duly proceeded to ! Moon* on Saturday, and lind :m onjoyablo outing and an uucxpcctcd win^ thanks chiefly to fugleman's prowess sis a bowler, ! for he fairly bamboozled tbc Moora InUs ! with bis tricky trundling, and turned what looked liko defeat into a victory, : and was carried in triumph from tho field. Another striking feature of tho match was D. Brown'« splendid form with tho bat, and tho way he punished the bowling was a treat to witness; Tho jour ney to Moora was niado per motor, and tho thank's of tho club aro duo to Mr A. C. Lester for his services as drivor. Heal™ played with tho team and stopped piontyot runs in tho field, but was out of form with tho bat, which lie had not handled sinco his last Interstate match. A numbor o! tho team also travelled por gig, and tho drivori of theso vchiclea must also bo conunotidcd for thoir services. Mr C, Mason acted as pilot for tho driving party and also umpired tho match on...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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"MONKEY LANEOUACES." [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

"MONKEY LA'-ICoAtilS." ' A Sc-Uish survivor, Mr. Jan.--. .Stcuarl. who luis Ju<t re-Mr. M(.-r throe years* tra\.-l in l.iivri.i ind the Tapper ii.-li-.v'. linny of the natives «*an almost *peuk monkry language. Inferring to his carriers. Mr. Stc ivart said, in an intorvicv : " Thoy wore very fond of monkey-flesh. \s <xc approached the animals, the na tives would ship their paddles and sit quiet, while the best marksman tvould hold a gun so that he could have n good aim. "As u rule, he would bring down one of the monkeys with a screech, ind. as soon as the result of the shot was seen, some of the men would jump overboard and swim to lite liodv, bringing it buck to the boat in great glee. "I am convinced that most of these men knew the monkey lan guage, if there is such n thing, for their conduct proved it. More than oncc I have seen n carrier and a companion go o/T int<> the bush ?arr\ing a gun and walking until ih v were within sight of some of th...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Convartion wealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Islam, and Norfolk Islnad. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The CoinNGon Trenlth" is used in connection with theso rate# and regulations it includes Pnpua, , Lord Howe Islam!, atil Norfolk Islnud.l ! LETTEltS. tor ovorv } ounce or fraction thereof, I roc delivery within the Common ^ wealth 0 1 For OoJi\*cry in tho I;riiish Em ^ Pire 0 1 For delivery in the Now Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands ..0 2 For delivery in other places .. . * 0 2J LET! EH GAUDS. Fordelirery within the Commonwealth : Single, Id. each ; reply, Id. each half. For delivery in the British Empire (set list ot places under "Letters )—Sin gle. Id. each. t'or delivery in New Hebrides, Uunks, anJ Torres islands—Single, I'd. each. For delivery in other places— Single, 2jd. each. POST CAIWS. Single Postcard* impressed with the Id. stamp, and Reply ov double cards, each halt of which has the id. stamp impressed thereon, may bo truu&tuiitcd to maces within the Cominojswealth, uud tr :bo«e places, ennnjer«»;ed under Kt. ..M&g...

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ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

ANNUAL MEETING. Present—'Tho gentlemen above mention-' eel, togotlior with Messrs Hopkins, Bourko and Colion. Tho minutes of tho last uununl meeting, as rend, wcro confirmed, on tho motion of Messrs Dorum and FTotham. I Tho secretary's report, which showed a very marked falling oil in the number of subscribers, owing to so nmny removals from tho district, whilst tho receipts from the hire of hall had increased, was rccoived, and tho repairs mentioned in .snmo roforrcd to Works Committee, on motion of Messrs Dorum and W. A. Gordon. Tho treasurer, Mr Hotham, submitted tho balanco sheet which showed tho rccoipts to total £100/(3, and tho expenditure to amount to £91/11/11, leaving a crcdit bal anco of fill/U/1. The balanco shoot was rccoived and adopted on the motion of Messrs Hourkc and Dcrum. On the motion .of Messrs Gordon aud Hopkins a hearty voto of thanks wn.s ac corded Mr Hotham for tho capablo maunor ' ih which he had carried out tho duties of 1 hon treasurer. Mr Ilothtim suita...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

Mechanics' Institute. A committee meeting of the Mechanics' fnstituto was held on Monday nvoning last, when the president, Mr J. Gordon, occupied the chair, and there were also in attend ance Messrs Hotham, Cowan, Gftdd, A. Gordon, Dcrum and Conierford. Agogics wore recoived from Messrs J. Ration, J. Tay lor and Dr Davies. The minutes of thy lust committee meet ing, as road, wore condoned, on the mo* Lion of Messrs Dcrum and Hotham. Sundry accounts amounting to £20/1/11 were passed for payment on the motion of Messrs llotlmm and Cowan. •

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Cricket Notes. TOMORROW'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

Cricket Notes. TOMORROW'S MATCtlKS. On Saturday (to-morrow) Murchfcon piny NiiRtmibin, on Iho laUor'H Kiouml smrt J3uilicstoii /;o to Rtishworlh, Mooru having lliu bye. Tho team to rcpresont NaRnmbic will bo oljopcn on tljo ground, from M'Donald (!l), Dixon, Ingloman, JJrown, Handficld, O'Donoghue, Hivioro, Williams, CJrilliths, Lester, Mills, fUimlry, Butler, LoGuicr. Play .starts at 2 o'clock sharp, i

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 February 1914

Sports. Thero was a good attoudanoe at tbo general mooting of 8t Patrick's Sports Club hold at M'Intosh's hotel on Friday evening lost, when tbo president, Mr T. J. Ryan, occupied tho chair. The principal business of tho evening was tho appointraont of tho various officials to assist to carry out tho programme on the day of notion, wfcioh re sulted as follow:— . Starter pedestrian and cyoling ovouts, Mr E, M'Donald. Judges, Messrs HopkinB, Handflold and Gregory. Marksman, Mr Donovan. Lapkoeper, Mr Coheu. St&rter woodohop, MrT. Dorum. judges woodchop, tbo President, Mossrs E» M'Donald and J. M'Intosh, Exocutivo Committoo, tbo President, A. I. Baud, E. M'Donald, A. Lover, T. Dorum and J Comerford. Blackboard Steward, Mr J. O'Donoghuo. Shoaf pitching, Messrs R. Mahoney, 0. Brensing, and E. M'Donald Btopping a chain, Messrs A. Bazeloy and J. Linehan. i Throwing at wickofc, Messrs Biviorc, T, Doane, 0.0'Lcary and H. Cheyno. j Spar boxing, Messrs Tony Orpwood, D, 1 Brown wd T. Vio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 February 1914

INDIGESTION Reduces Your Efficiency and Shatters Your Health TNDIGKSTION has spoiled the life and shuttered the health of many a man mid woman. It should never le neglected, 'l'hc occasional headache or pain- vr.ilv.;;, which trouble von now, may scarcely seem worth at leiitio:i, but twelve months hence, if yon neglect them, yon may be numbered amongst the great army of dyspeptics, v. hxe daily toil becomes almost intolerable through chronic headaches, pains sifter eating, flatulence, biliousness, con stipation, languor, sleeplessness, and depletion. It is easier to prevent than cure ; therefore, act promptly, no;.', and take Mother Seigel's Syrup daily, after your meals. It is a herbal remedy, made from more than ten varieties of roots, barks, and leaves. You icill iind, as have tens of thousands before you, that it has a most beneficial cfiect upon the stomach, liver, and bowels. Forty years of world-wide successes have proved it. You can prove it, too. READ THE TESTIMONIAL. Mrs. ...

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FRISCO EXHIBITION OF 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 February 1914

•FIUSCO . EXHIBITION .OR. WHS. The Commonwealth is at last get ting busy with a view to making" ar adequate show at the forthcoming | 'Frisco Exhibition. The agricultural departments in the. various States are utilising the experimental (arms tc Brow suitable product The irrigated end dry-farming areas of Australia ire also making a spcciul effort, and this quite unique advertising agency should bring many immigrants to our ihorea. A comprehensive collcction of oui commercial tiinbers in the rough, and . also tewn,'M4re6se4 and converted intc furniture of all descriptions . aloud of our valuable torjt gheep and wool, grain aU wu meats and tinned ifikY ] foods and fniltB will re^ Df our" indusrtrfea. The falling birthrate, all th«i world over has inaugurated • many" schemei by which the "pkrints.'or'Iarge fami lies are to receive special eobeMera ttoa from the State. The Frenc* Chamber in 1885 proposed that ftN education and board should be provi ded for every seventh child of need) ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 February 1914

p SPEAKS OF THE WORTH OF A HI vi III Ms friends scarco!y knew him Hud lie went to the Melbourne r ital. A friend recommended ' .lonts Tonic, and that 6aved him T/iii letter hai been recorded became of it* Kfeat ern«lne»», and (he way the »vr let, Mr. Hollidty, e*pre>je* hit suffering* and recovery. It ihow» what Clement* Tonic can do. Mr. Holliday rom hi* buiineis addreis, 113 ill-line Street (Baker* Patent Perl . i'. f.'fy), Carlfon, Melbourne, 19/5/11. n "*:ents tonic ltd., " I nm f lad to tell yon wilt Cltmenli . rVd (or ne. A year ago 1 wai an i>»ui bad liver and oenroamii. I overwork, and a roik »i erdar*. To keep cailomcri inpplied ! worfcri 4*j tad t»|bt, wilk (be molt I fat ia ill I eoald lake no part !■ tie boiiscit axcept loperrjie. To fire an idea bow il) aid ebanfed I wai, people wbo kad aot aeea me for month* would pan asd »at kiow ae. 1 wa» (or tacnth* like thii, fradmllf fetlicf worie. Good advice tod medicine did m bo food. I folded to f& to Melboerne H...

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Travelling Hospitals. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 February 1914

Travelling Hospitals. Whan people of means have ainem her of the family who is extremely ill. yet desires to travel, either from their home to some faraoui health resort back to their home,' practically throughout Europe, Swit zerland can furnish a "travelling hospital" for them. These travelling hospitals are rail road "cars, with every modern equip- j qienV, and as the railroad gauge is standard for the' most part through out the Continent, this car may be hnul^d'^over" hhy line of railroad; As the Government of Switzerland ownV'its railroads.these' travelling hospitals, of* ^^spltKl'cars, are fedt era! property^ alw'a^s ready" to 1m' leo'scd to anyone wKo ha* the price. For a long time these ears have been operated, and they have been found1 to be . a good investment, be ing .in consW.erhbte : demand at'al most all Unites* '"df, tfie year. The sick-room ier located in the middle of the. long car/''' Jt is finished 1 i'o white* enamel, with rounding cor ners to avoid ."alt. possib...

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SLATE QUARRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 February 1914

SLATE QUARRIES. It Ih i\ matter of surprise to many Australians to learn that the Com monwealth possesses slate .deposits o the very higheat quality, which art unsurpassixl in any part of the whk world. The finest quarries ai> at. Mitv taro, in South Australia, and archi tects anil builders all over the con tinent arc eager in their demands Jot a larger supply of this valuable and useful commodity, which la represent ed in nearly all our public building. The d-»noiit« were first, discovered ovtr fiity years ago by Mr. l\ Brady, nrd K'ncc then they have •.ecn worked fairly c.- n-.'slfntly, though, until late ly, only in a smnll way. It. Ih cati* matfl that, even though there in a vast incre:\«2 in the demand, the sup ply is mifilcient to last for hundred? of years. Kor mnny years Melbourne proved the moat profitable market, but of late years Adelaide had quadrupled its trade, and now all Australia com petes for a fair supply. To mpef the demand a modem plant has lately been Instal...

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"THOSE WHO GO DOWN TO THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 February 1914

"THOSE WHO GO DOWN TO THE SEA. J Tta decisions Arrived at by the In ternational Conference in London, in of intimate conccrn to every se-a-fur Ing country, ami should nuct with the heartfelt approval of all those whose business or pleasure leads them to "go down to the sen in ships." The too ninny -disasters during the last few jrors have shaken the faith of the travelling public in the seneftcient care which the shipowners wore popularly supposed to exert for thu safety of their patrons. In a little over a year, two appalling ac cidents effectually showed the many laagers which passengers run, while our own shipping chronicles have been marked by more than one catas trophe recently. Although the authorltten h^ve en forced certain precaution?, ami indi vidual owners have voluntarily adopt ed others, the perils of the deep have increased with the growth Of sea Irafflc. The universal dissatisfaction reached its culmination in the Inter national Conference, and through its agency the t...

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Goulburn Shire Council. MONDAY EVENING, 9th FEB., '14. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 February 1914

Goulburn Shire Council. Monday Evening, 9th Feb.. '14. Present — Cr Deatie, Morrissy, Cummins, and Brodie. In the ab sence of the president, Cr Deane was voted to the chair. The minutes of the previous meet ing, as read, were confirmed, and the outward - correspondence ap proved of. Cr Wilson here took bis seat at the table. Correspondence. From Cr Wm. Wilson, thanking Council for kind expressions . of sympathy in his recent sad bereave fflenf.—Received Proty ifluitcipQl ^ssociatjqn of Victoria, forwarding ^ copy of the BiU to farther amend the Thistle! Act, whichbas been passed by the legislative Council and is now be fore the Legislative Assembly. In p|ai|se 9 of the BiU It proposes to empower the Qoyernor-fn-Couq cil to proclaim any district in which noxious weedaare growing "an in fested area," and to formulate a scheme for checking and ultimately eradicating such weeds. In those areas the.enforcement of the Act by the Council' will be compulsory. In default of action the Minist...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 February 1914

Gregory's WAHRIHG STORES. SUMMER GOODS Ladies', Gents', and Children's. Inspection Cordially Invited. Wahring Stores. The Approach of the Hot W eather. QECUEE an Electric Iron oti tli^ latest and roost up-to-dat, lines. Onco used, no otlier Iron entertained. Makes work in the Laundry a pleasure, instead of a burden. Also, an Electric Hot Winer Kettle. A great saving both in beat and fuel. Electric Bans to keep you cool. Erected at Melbourne Prices. Fanoy Shades, Lamps, and all Electrical appliances on liaud. A lingo stock to chooBe from. Inspection invited. A (~y- A Q 1» I it Electrical and Mechanical . Zl OLII ' Engineer. . _ All Classes of Electrical Work Executed. •sjqnraSB £ 'RV UTTX li) M^lt) X HJJiirHffaOT[lTiL M j J ANOiL 1 nosi .<•' .. .'.■" ; ri: JO 41UH AV9]sJ B PUB DBS V saasnojx •» v ^ - £/ *■- ^ ^ r •J\ i 3 -- nam

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Snapshots. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 February 1914

Snapshots. Cool change. Very wolcomu after Friday. Meeting of tho Turf Club to-night at tlio Tabilk Hotol.. Business—Frauiiug of programme, And other important mutters. Horao sale to-day (Friday). The publican's booth and other privileges in connection with St Patriot's Sports gathering will bo ofTored by E. W, Hill and Co. this afternoon. A meoting of. St. Patrick's SporLs Club was hold at Lover's Hotol on Wednesday oveniug last, when tho prosidont, Mr T. J. Ttyan, occupied tho chair. *. /The business woa of a routino nature, and the &brctary, Mr Bourlce, roported matters to bo runniug smoothly. It was decided that all- member's tickets be collocted at the gate. Tho matter of securing logs for woodchop wag loft in the hands of tho Presi dent, and it was decidcd to ask Mr Ander son, of Waranga Basin, to act as handi* capper for this event. A number of minor dotails woro also dealt with. Tho ladies have deeidod on tliu annual ball being hold on St. Patrick's night. A suggesti...

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NAGAMBIE v. SEYMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 February 1914

NAGASI8IB v. SEYMOUR. I To-nwrroST (Saturday) Nagambie rait I Boyrijo&r, to playpreturn matqh, with that olub.' Kiifiambiti team: Diion, Uennott, Griffiths, Mills, Lo Ouicr, Caelli, Gmidry, Williams, P.. Biviere, Butler, Duggan, Haines. Bailioston soored an easy win over Bush worth on Saturday. Soores not to hand. : There will be no more Association g.amw, till Saturday, Fob. 31 (to-mmnw weekK when Nagambio : visik Jjjishwarth, and Moorago.toi ^itwtoa. BaiHoukm, wilh 7 wins, now hwa'a load olfour points on Nagunbie, vith. 8 wins. Four matches to play. Wo regret to state that MrE.Coohrsjiej, captain ol the Ballieston team f»nd:Assool«r tioa oeoretary,' In. at present in aarioua trouble with bia oyes, and at (be beginning ol tHa waeli found it neowsary to proceed to Melboumo for Iroattnout.. Together with bis. many friends, we slucewly trust the ttoiiblo is only n temporary ono, and. that ho wiUsiSH* lie fit and well again,

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Great Chinese Statesmen. CONFESSIONS OF [?] HUNG CHANG. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 February 1914

Great Chineso Statesmen. CON'I KSSION'S OP 1.1 IIUNO CH A NO. Some curious sidelights on Court liio in China and other countries, und tin- workings of a groat states man's mind, are afforded by the di:iri s of that greatest of • modern ' 1 Hung Chang. pub ' ' '« the "Observer," '» ff t-T ' 'tuug w.iH a ^rent diarist, •"'•I -af.' .My recorded his views, iin ; ssjom>, and notions day after day. His stories of his relations with ihnt remarkable old woman, the liowager Empress of China, are very amusing. On one occasion, n/>{u»rentlyp he offcw'ed the despotic Sovereign l/y his praise of the Czar ina after a visit to Russia. He do e if'es the sequel as follows "I have received notiflention that ; 1 am to forfeit one year's pay for a ' hren.h of ceremony at the palace. ! This is a small matter, the fine, but I wo»bJ he ple.-isod to know in what 1 resect I offended Tsu Hsi." "Til" EYE OK THE PEACOCK.:' ' i< t Dip Dowager Empress quick* i \v relented of her harshness, for I...

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Nagambie Rowing Club---Retrospect. List of Races won by Crews of the nagambie Rowing Club since its foundation in 198[?], up to the end of the year 1913. Included in the list of Victories are two championships, the Elswick Challenge Cup, 1912, and the Founders Cup in 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 February 1914

Nag'ambie Rowing Club—Retrospect." List of llnccs won by Crows of tlio Kngnmbio Rowing Club sincc its foundation in I8!U, up to thu end of Lho your 101;}. Included in tlio 1 iyt- of victories nro two championships, tlio Elswick Chullengo Cup, 1912, and tlio Founders Cup in 1018 :— Regatta. Nagambio Melbourno Cobram llutherglen Ballarat v.h.a. Nagambio Footacray Honloy Champion Pair (Vic.) Nugambio Colao Colao Footscray . Intorstato 8, Sydnoy Honloy Seymour Champion Four (Vic.) Nagambic Cobram Nagambio Seymour Honloy Nagambic Henley 1902 1901 1002 1913 1913 Raeo. Maiden Gig Four Challenge Four Maiden Gig Fou Maiden O'trig'r 1 Maiden Pair .Junior Pair Maiden Four Maiden Eight Maiden Pair Maiden Eight Maiden Four Junior Four Senior Four Maiden Eight ' Junior Pair Senior Pair Champion Pair, Senior Pair Maidon Pair Junior Pair Maidon Four In toretato Eight Sonior Four Champion Four Maiden Eight Maidon Four Maiden Pair Maiden l^our Junior Pair Maidou Four Maidon Eight Sonior 1, divided Ju...

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Railway Construction. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 February 1914

Railway Construction. Speaking on the Rushworth to Colbinab bin Railway Bill in tho Logislativo Assembly tho object of tho measure being to. add an extra mile of' railway to tliut now being constructed, tho member for this district, Mr Gordon, said—I dosiro to thank the Minister for Railways for bringlng'this im portant measuro so soon after wo roas somblcd. It is iinportaut that tho Bill should bo passed at an oarly data. Early iu tho session tho ox-Minister of Railway*, who realised tho urgency of it, brought tho Bill forward. Tho railway from Rushworth to Colbinabbin is undor construction, and tho rails arc now oloso to tho presont ter minus. Tho men aro there, and wo huvo tho plant there, and if this Bill is passed tho continuation can bo gono on with im> mediately, and at less cost than i! tbo men had to conic backs and do tho work later. Tho Railways Standing Committee visited tho placo la'ht Octobor, and favored an ex tension. The prcsont terminus is only tem porary. Thoro...

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