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Cricket Notes. BAILEESTON CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

Cricket Notes. IIAir.TKSTON CRICKET CLUB. Tlie aniuiiil meeting: of the above club was held in the local school room last Saturday, 3rd inst, when fourteen members were present, Mr Jas. Iiailey presiding The balance-sheet for the past season disclosed a highly satisfactory con dition of affairs. It was unani mously decided to again set the club going for the present season. Mr G. Jones was elected president, Messrs Bailey, [laud and Mason vicc-presideiits, and Mr W. K. Cochrane secretary. As a compli ment for past services, Mr W, Iv. Cochrane was again elected captain, and Air Chas. J. Mason as vice captain. Members expressed themselves as anxious to again endeavor to form the Waranga Cricket Association. A delegates meeting was called for the same evening, but no delegates attended from other clubs, conse quently no business could be done. It is a singular thing that it is a task of the greatest difficulty to get an attendance of delegates to a meeting at Bailieston, though it is a...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAD KING'S COAT. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

MAD KING'S COAT. The Custom House at New York has in its temporary possession a .unique suit of clothes. Miss Anita Boeck brougfct the suit from Stutt gart. She has affidavits to prove that it was made to order for the I mad King of Bavaria, who died some time ago. She had hoped to sell the suit to the late Mr J. Pierpont (Morgan There are said to be 8,000 1 genuine pearls set in the solid gold and silver embroidery on the coat. It ia probably the most valuable suit ol clotbM over imposed.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Prevention of Impaction. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

Prevention of Impaction. In ■ 1907,- when district stock owners were sustaining heavy losses owing to deaths from impaction, Mr J. Leydon, whose skill among stock is well known, wrote to the then Chief Inspector of Stock, Mr Weir, pointing out the losses being .sustained and'asking if he could suggest a-remedy that could be easily|used. Mr Weir's] reply was publisedinthe "Times," and the treatment he suggested proved so efficacious that, In view of the season, and at Mr Leydon's sug gestion, we re-publish the letter :— Sir,—Referring to your Uttor of (ha 18th inyt ro in)paction, I line the honor to in form you that this ia one ol that class of oases in which pretention ia infinitely bitter than oure. An inipaotioo must proceed from a debilitated stemaeh which is lacking in tone, it follow that it b not merely the removal ol the Jugate that has to be ac complished, but vigor must bo restored to the organ. Suijh being the cue, it is highly essential that the vigor ol 4he digestive ap ...

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

Wiae Cafe. W.C. SULLIVAN BEGS to announce that he lias taken over the Wine Cafe rcconlly carried on by Mrs J. Beams, and trusts by strictly attending to Ihc toquircments of patrons to merit n share of public patronage. ONLY GOOD WINE WILL BE FOUND ON THE SHELVES. Good Accommodation. I'lavr-CLAsaTable Stabltng and Attentive Yardstpan,

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Local Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 October 1914

Local Fixtures. Water Trust Mooting—Second 51ouduj each roontli. Jouncil Mooting—Second Monday each month.

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

NEURALGIC 0 S^S 3 iiim Day, fiui Clements Conk CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "For the benefit of those who suffer from Neuialgia I ihoutd like to t«!l them of my cure. " It Is a few years back I had that • complaint, and it lasted for the host part of fire yatxa. Many people said it had becoat chronic with me—that I would never «t rid of it—and I got to believe tiiilr opinion correct, for doctori* advic« and prescription* did not hart tbt Jaait effect. I used numerous other medicine* and re medies, until I was despairing of ever getting better. This affected my general health. I became thin and weak, and pul yt»r» on to my appear ance. One aid Udy who came into our shop strongly.advised me to use Clements Tonic, and it is just marvel Ions how your Tonic cured ine of Neuralgia and built up my braltb in general. From the second bottle I was on the road to recovery. I kept on talcing it for ten weeks, and wax restored to splendid health. (Signed) CATHERINE TABERNER." If y«u hive rheumatic, neur...

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

There's a Life-aaving Power about BRONCHITIS Hearne's CURE that raises it right out of the ruck. thii and RmfUct "When my little fill was three years old she contracted Measles, upon which supervened Bronchitis, Pneumonia and Congestion ei the Lungs. She was attended by a doctor of high stand' inf. whose treatment, however, was not sue* cessiul. On Saturday, the 21st October, ha said that her life was In danger-lhat there was my little hope for her. For eight days and alghts she had been prostrated by Cough, Palo and Fever, and was lying Ilk* e.statue, unconscious. At this stage I was persuaded by a friend to obtain HEARNE'S BfMcUtb Cmn, with its auxiliary medicine for the Fever and Congestion of the Lungs, as directed In tha Catalogue of Medicines which ac companies each bottle. I gave tha medl« dot as directed, and there was an Im provement from the first dose. 11m Improvement continued steadily. Is * week sha was perfectly free from the Pneumonia, Congestion, Cough. Pals and Pave...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

COBBESPOSDEJCB. "I suffered tor a long time 'With Bt Tcre pains In tbe back, over the kid neys, and under the siuKiidar. liUllef, and back of my neck. My back be came so lamo that It was wlthdfffl culty I coulil move about. 18uttered thus for many wearymonths. I tried various advertlsl-il remedies, which . failed-to Rive me Uie relief I sought, until Warner's Safe Cure was brought to my notice. I took that medicine with marvellous result. In a short time the pains, and aches had all left: uie; 1 am now in good health. I also suffered a good deal from' Rheumat ism, but the Sato Cure , has alio era dicated all symptoms of that complaint from my system."—From .Mr. U. Da vidson. bootmaker, 62 Commercial road, Prahran, Vic. • , i "I have been using your 8afe Cures for twenty-si* years, and ha*e found them most benellclal, in fact Warner's ■ Safe Cure cured one ot my, daughter^' of dropsy at the ago of thirteen. She ; Is now a healthy woman, with a fam ily .of:five healthy children.. Seve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

Wine Cafe. W.astTLLIVAif BEGS to announce that he lias taken - over the Wine Cafe recently carried on by Mrs J. Beams, and .trusts by strictly attending to the requirements of patrons to merit a share of public patronage. ONLY GOOD WINE WlLLtBB FOUND _ ON THE SHELVES. Good Accommodation. Fibst-classTab^k ' Stabling and AllcnliveYardsman. ■ A LONG-SERVICE TRAMWAY OFFICER MR. CHARLES. ROCK 42 Gtaden Slrrel. E»»l Bruntwick, for 33 years in the Melbourne Tramway CoMpany, writes llui- letter (2,'4<_I2), w!u:n tj of ipecu! intcreil to tit Rail way and Tr«mvay men, to CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "lo December, 1911,1 caught cold and serious pleurisy. For three days my temperature was 104 degrees. My life was des paired of, but through taking the doctor'* advice I lire to-day, he advised my wife to get Clements Tonic, u 'THERE WAS LIFE IN THAT MEDICINE.' They were the truest words he ever uttered, and I would have been dead only for that (raid medi cine. My wife paid 2/3 for the small bot...

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IN OTHER DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

IN OTHER DAYS. Not long a fro there Here innumer able trades and callings which form ed part and parcel of hush life, but ; which the ?»«t few years have releg.i- j ted to the limho of the past. Kven j in the remote hack-blocks certain pic turemiuc phases of country life can 1 never return. The Northern Territory of to-day, even though settlement is there in its tirst stages, and settlers are neces sarily thrown on their own resources; even though the distances arc more remote and life more primitive than the pioneers of Queensland or New South Wales ever knew, still, there is little to even suggest the ingenious home-making dodges of the old days. Modern progress and machinery has materially altered the whole aspect of settlement, and its influence ia felt no less in the great lone central spaces than in the more thickly popu lated coastal areas. Certain condi tions of bush life must always remain with us, but every new mechanical t invention or device sooner or later ' must affect...

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Local Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

Local Fixtures. Water Trust Meeting—Second Monday each month. Jouneil Meeting—Second Monday each month*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

LINSEED COMPOUND — For Coughs and Colds Kelicves A fit mi a ntnl difficult i bte»tbin». j LINSEED COMPOUND—Trade Mark of Kay's Compound Essence of Linseed for Coughs nod Colds. LINSEED COMPOUND—OF 40 years' proven pfiicaoy. For CouyUe, Colds, Bronchitis, rt .

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

Church Services CHURCH * OK ENGLAXn Recjnr : Bcv. 6. \V. Carter. RJX, rii.L. Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity V 18Pec'»I rerrim of Humillilion ana^ Inteneulon in time of Drought nnil PKESIJYrUHlAN. At 11 ft-m fcnj 7.30 p*m l*reaclier, Iter A. H. Tolhurst METHODIST Morning at 11 -Mr A«hloy Evening at 7 30-Rev. Lspthorno ROMAN CATHOLIC Momli-g II 11—Kev. Kathcr Kavanajjli

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FATHER OF AUSTRALIAN SETTLEMENT. A WORD OR TWO ABOUT GOVERNOT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

FATHER OF AUSTRALIAN SETTLEMENT. ? a V.OHD OK TWO about uovhu XOR PHILLlr. I The despatches, notes, ami ilmriff of enrlv Governors offer a wealth o; information and study for tho stu dents of Australian history, and it is satisfactory to learn of the publi cation, by the Library Committee of the Commonwealth Parliament of a Series of Historical Records of Aus tralia. The hook opens with the appoint ment of Governor Phillip, when New South Wale* included all the terri tory from Cape York to South Cape, the adjacent islands between these latitudes and the country inland to Alice Springs and Charlotte Waters. Phillip had been instructed to set tle at Botany Bay, but he "did not see any situation to which there was not some very strong objection." The bay was shallow, the water sup ply scanty, and a strong "probabi lity of the 'swamps rendering the most eligible situation unhealthy." He went to Port Jackson where he "had the satisfaction of finding the finest harbour in the world, in wh...

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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, OCT. 16, 1914. Local and. General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

®Iw fjtopiu&ie Iim(9 FitlDAY, OCT. J(j, 1914. Local and. General." | Tho Shiio.M»f Ooulbom inTitw apnUcftv I tions from pen*oun willing to undertake 1 Btreofc watering. At.a moetiug of4 tlie Victorian Pri<j® of Goods Board on Tuesday, the wholesale prico of bran was fixed at X6 15a per ton and of pollard £3 per ton. 'A brovra'&iialco,' incasuriiig 6 foot 2 itiohai waa killed by Mr R. OrpwoS S,® ot S* er 00 Monday mominc. Tho Rjiile was oo riew oatsido Mr A.'M. prowood'a shop ia the afternoon, sod "•—tion cn *ocouut ^Poultry fanciers are informed by Mr J. M Donald Uut they can secure aattinsii ot tie famous Black Orpiwrtona and W&te Ivogbaima fit balf-nrto (luring tho nut (oupwaoVr r •*" „ Oa,Thutad»y ovouiug, 8th last., Uic Hov *?vo m interesting leeturo °? ivfiT'j .1?*, Meolunfes'. hall, in aid ol tfce ftmds of the local Bed Cross League. Thy Wotuiea ihown were highly iuUreatlm, and thoeo who attended spout an instructive evewng. MeaaraK. \V. Hill...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

TTador Now Manager:oat Roval Mail Hotel, 1ST A <3- .A. IB I B. "£• (gel?®" BKUS to announce iiaving taken 0 over tlur K-nse of the above well-known MosW-lry, and trusts, by strict altcnlk'ii to business, combined with civility, to merit » fair share of the public patronage. Only the Best Brands of LiquoVs and Cigars Stocked. Good Airy Bedrooms First-class Cuisine Moderate Tariff Good Yard and Stables Attentive Groom Tfie Leading Family ' Hotel. MOTOR OARS, j UAVING secured ilie agency fof j " the famous Buick, Austin, Ca dillac and Napiei Motor Cars I am prepared to book orders for the coming spring. Trial runs by appointment . □ TOH HIRE.—The latest 20.24 h.p Buick touring car, at any hour of the day or night. Call in for a trial run in this fine car. The latest Buick complete) with 5-seater touring body, and all the latest improvements* ,£375. Selling .Agents for Dunlog Motor Tyres. All sizes kept in stock. REPAIRS.—I am prepared to repair any make of Car, All Duplicate...

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Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

Mechanic? Institatf. A meeting of the committee o( : the Mechanics' Institute was held ou Tuesday evening, when there were present: Messrs Gadd (presi dent), Hotham, Ralton, Cowan, Hopkins and Denim. ' Mrs Turnley wrote tendering ber resignation as secretary, etc.—On the motion of Messrs Hopkins and Cowatitte resignation ws (fecepH with regret. It was decided to lu'vite applica tions for the position of secretary, librarian and wetaker.at a salary of £26 per annum, plus a couunis slon of 3s in the £ on general revenue over £90 > (exclusive of Government subsidy and, sabscrlp: tions), and 6s in the £ on subscrlp* tlons over £12 10s. Applications for the 'positici^ tc> tie in ttfrh^n&s and Raltoo it wis decided to open the library in future on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays an4. »«• urdays from 1.30. to 9 p.m. - '•••;;• Accounts'amounting to £13 ?■ 2d were passed for payment

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[?]ESTAL RATES AND RECULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

, rOSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS (Whore thy term "The Common wealth" ii used in connection with theso rules and lobulations it includes Papua, Lord tio«e bhinj, ami Norfolk Island.} I.K'ITKUS. /u-alth •• 0 1 !*or de/ivojy in the British Em pire 0 1 for delivers in the Now Hebrides, Unlike, and Torres Islands ..0 2 For delwerv in other places .... 0 21 LE'1'1 KU CARPS. For delivery vvithin tho Commonwealth : :'SihgK.\ Id. each; replv, Id. each hall. For delivery in tiro British Empire (so.) of phtocs under "Letters )— •\'gic, Id. each. Her delivery in Xe\\ Hebrides, Hanks, ' ar>.i' Torres Islands—single, I'd. oach. For delivery in other places— Single, -id. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with the Id. stamp, ami Reply or double cards, each hall of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may be transmitted :o iMacca v.ithin the Commonwealth, aud U" those places, enumerated under :fers," to which letters may bo tiausmittcd at the rate oi 1<1. per ioz. These ...

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Skating Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

Skating Carnival. . A skating carnival, promoted by a committee of young' ladies, was held in the Mechanics' Hall 011 Wednesday evening, nml proved a most enjoyable affair. The attend ance was large, and as a number of the skaters appeared 111 fancy cos tume the effect produced was a very pretty one. The floor space was ■ hardly large enough to permit of tbe skaters showing their dexterity to the best advantage, but this, coupled with the fact that of late there had been few opportunities of practice, did not prevent many of the ladies especially from demon strating how skilful they were. 111 Much of the success of the carnival, j||whicb resulted hi £1 being j| [(donated to the local Red Cross Fund, is due to the admirable way in which the honorary secretaries, Miss P. Fosdick and Miss M. Davies carried out their duties Among those who appeared in fancy dress were :— Msgs Marion Pavicw, " Snowflako " Miss Dainy Willie, " ltcil Hiding Hood " Miss Katie Hainc-% " Nurso " MisB Violot C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

Gregory's WASHING- STORES, Spring and Summer Goods. S A Fine Collection. SUITS to Measure. Corao and Inspect ouv New Pattern Books. AU tlie Latest Styles Shown. Suits to Measure trom. oos. "Wakring Stores. NEW spring aim summer CLOTHING AT LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S CtOTHlNU DEVOr, High Street, Xaguwbie. Children's Tunic Dresses, 2/ti I Ladies' Whito Muslin and Embroidery I Blouses, 2/11 Whito Underskirts from 4/6 to 14/6 I Camisoles'from 1/11 to 12/0 [ Ladies' Night Robes, from 4/11 to 1G/G 1'iHovr Cases, largo size, G.inch tuck frill, 1/3 each I Children's K.B., 1/3 per pair, all sizes i Dressmaking carried on at reasonable prices. Mrs H. laRQEi High Street LADIES' and GENTS' VISITING CARDS printed neatly and cheaply •it the Times Office. New Type, Surface Cards, Melbourne Prices, Do You Get tne most outof_Life? IF you FEEL UUN DOWN and irrit ablo the last thing you would think of blaming would bo your oyea. Yet' in many cases Eyestrain is ontirely tho causo of that nervous exhaustion...

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