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Goulburn Shire Council. MONDAY, 12TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

Goulburn Shire Council. Monday, 12th Octobeb, Present: Crs Derum (presideut), Wilson, Gordon, Brodie, Cummins, Morrissy and Keady. WELCOME. The President, on behalf of the council, extended a. hearty welcome the new secretary, Mr C. D. Ryan - correspondence; . From J. H. lister, hou. secre tary Nagambie Patriotic Fund,; thanking the council for their donation of £75.—Received'. From Nurse Everitt, Nagambie, applying for a renewal of the license for her private hospital!— Granted. : From Public Works Depart ment, notifying that Mr. G. M'. Cummins, 60 Queen street, Mel-1 bourne, had been appointed to audit' the books of the shire, at a fee of £10 10s —Received. From Shire of Violet Town, notifying that a deputation from- all shires interested would wai,t on the Minister of Public Works, , relative ■ to the nationalisation of the Sydney' road, on the 21st inst, and asking that a delegate be sent.—Cr Brodie' to attend, . reports. , The treasurer (Mr Handfield) reported the position of t...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Federal Finance. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

Federal Finance.. •Mi- Fisher does not concoal from himself that, as Federal Treasurer, ho will have an anxious' timo be fore him. Ho will bo called upon to face an unexampled increase of expenditure, with a dooliuiug revenue, and, though Iiahor may be disposed, to regard taxation as aq inexhaustible means of enforo ! ing supplies, the operation of oer tain natural laws will be likely to have a. very disconcerting effect on any exaggerated uso'_-.of this instrument. If taxation be in creased boyond- the bearing ca pacity of tho people it will oeaso to be productive, and will stop the flow of rowuuerarivo enterprise, With the oertuiu result that unem ployment will be extended, and that the body of the people-will suffer, in spito of any exemptions that may be' proposed. It will be the duty of Mr Fisher to "dowse somo means of easing the burden by-distributing tho presauro over a series of years. - The budget cati not be balanced oxcept through some system of borrowing, and Jmbor will...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Close Season. GAME [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

Close Season. GAME Quail of all kinds, from 1st of AuguBi till lutli day uf February fol lowing, boili days inclusive The.following is the.closu W'alBpii for fieh :— Bl&ok Hah from lat September It 31at December, both dates, inclucivo. English trout, from 1st May to 31ut AuRuut, Koto—Aoy person tiubiug with a net or fixed engine,. in auy rivar, oreek, or btruMii, or within such distance 'joiu the mouth thereof,,aB may bp proolaimtd by the Governor io^aunal, shall beliablivto a. penalty, of not less. tban:.i2, or- aiore than £20 % ' Miit-rav hrnAin. Murrav nn fi imrl' Murray perob, from 1st October, to: 30th November each year, both dates inclusive Penalty.—Auy person tuking, Bell/ iug, or exposiug for Bale during close aeasou for any speoien of.;fiab,aoy liahj of auobapecieB, ahull be-liable to a penaltylnot exweding - Wei$le.—Blackfiabi;i. ait jjbreaui, 5 ozs;: oatfi'al),! i. ota; Murray coil;. lbs i Murray perch, 8 oza ; t.'oul of. all kin lis not to bo under 8 oza. Auy. p...

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

TABXLK HOTEL, Corner STATION & HlOII-Siieels, NKGSMBIE. •T. JlfiVfOSU . (Lnle of Kyabram. BF.GS to Notily the Public of Nagambic ami district that lie lias taken over the above Hotej from Mr "J. Barry and trust;) by strict attention lo business to merit: a fair sh'arc of patronage. , Good Accommodation- Good St.vui.ing Moderate-Tbkjis ' Attbotivk Okoom Best;Brands of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. :-.■■■/ L. MASON,-.' (Lato Mr A Lever) Wishes lo announce lo the residents of Nagambie and District that "lie has taken over tho business of the above well known Hotel, and intends lo cater for patrons by supplying tlie best in everything. Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Groom. iiid Victoria Ale The Valley Hotel, NAGHCnBIE. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. : m Owii. (LATB. OF WAHKING) HAVING taken possession of the above Hotel, informs lur friend* anil : thcpoMic generally that. every endeavor .will be. made to make them comfortable when, theypaya call. All WINES, SPIR...

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

Seven barge Gases of Drapery Direct from tlie Manufacturers. Ex. s.s. BENALLA Hare come to hand in splendid . . condition, . . And tho Contents nre now opened out. These Goods have not only escaped the enemy, but liare 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. ft. E. GADD, NAGAMBIE STOBES :5tt Now Showing. Choice Selection I OF | j NEW SEASON'S NOVELTIES.; $ The Newest Designs I) In up-to-date Dress Materials. Sponges, Poplins, Ratines, Crepes, Lombards and Brocaderos, Grafton Voiles, Etc. Agent for tlie celebrated CHUM'S Washing Printa. Fine Range of New Patterns showing. MILLINERY. Trimmed and Ready-to-Wear. All that is new and stylish.. Blouses, Costumes, Neckwear, Etc., Etc. INSPECTION INVITED. " D. BROWN'S NAGAMBIE. Cowan & Co, Spring and Summer Shov. On SATURDAY, SEPT. 19th. We have a very nice assortment of the latest DRESS STUFFS, including Striped ...

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

UNHEKli COMPOUND- Of 40 years pfqveo ufflcacy for Coughs, Uultta. moii cbltia, etc. "LAXETTES" Aperient Chocolate Squares. Effective as «astor oil.. PleMant as a chocolate crcmn. AU chemi*ts ,aiul storekeepers, I/- and 8/Bj or Bowcn & Co., Swansluii Sti.Mia boiNDM^. ■ Sepd.for ffec.siimi'lc,. Macartlmr & Macieod. AtltJ'triWISliBlMl*. Stook and Station Agents, Shoop and Oattlo Salosmon,' t 507-509 Collins Sheet, Melbourne. UHliKKLY ALiU'l'ION SALES AT NEW MARKET:— 8H1SEP, Tuesdays ; CA TTLE, Wednesdays, Stock and Land For Private .Sale in all Districts. Lists forwarded regularly on applicatio MONEY TO LEND OK 13 HO AD ACHES AT -4 PER CEN j (Branch Offico at YEA-S. DODGSHUN, Manager a.ul Auctioneer.) [ - . . District Representatives: | Suyinuu ..." ... k j. Loot© AHmrj nri'l iliirnjuvurlha ... KoiiliE Wh J, M 'Tnggart Wl.itohen.l ; Hnirnsflnle A. Mncartliur & Co. SBHDHPRSI am HortDBiii District TausiEEB, Eraiors, aim im copiFii Limited, Benfligo. LUUECTOHS : . ...

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The Wool Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

The Wool Trade. Tlio fifth series of London wool sales, which commenced on tho Gth iust, woco brought to a olose on 10th inst. Tho.total offerings amouutcd to but 43,000 bales, of which 88,000 bales woro sold to tho homo trade; 2000 bales to tho Continent; 8000 bales woro carricd forward, in addition to 6000 bales whiuh were not catalogued for sale. Tho smullnoss of the offerings and tho urgonfc domand for wool, consequent upou pressing Government requirements, resulted in a vory animated markot, and high prices being realised. Ah compared with tho closing rates of the fourth sorios (22nd July), tbo markot olosod as follows; —Medium and superior merinoo, 7} to 10 por cent lower ; inferior merino wool, 15 to to 20 per cont lower ; line quality crossbicd wool) par to 10 per cont "higher ; crossbrod ■ wools, of medium and coarso quality, 10 to j IS per cent highor; crossbred lambs wool; 20 per cent higher; sliped and' scourod crossbred wool, 20 por.cent higher. Tho splondid priccs obta...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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How Women are Helping the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

' How Women are Helping the Empire. Tlio answer to the call of duty litis boon ni'iilu, and mado with 110 uncertain voire, l>y tho woinon of Austrnlnsiii, anys ' Kverylady's •luuriml ' in ii* second War Num ln'i- for Wo.;, ii. Along Uio path \v 11i.■11 wan pointed mil to I'lloinj I Am.-11-:Iiiv's women aro trudging cheerfully, ungrudgingly, yot often I with liniglitor Unit is akin to tears. To-day, in overy cornor of the , Cuiiimonwoalth, from Government Houso to tlio Imta ' out back",' wowon are contriving, solioming, planning, working; and tlioyo is no confusion, no useless lmsto and expenditure of unnecessary euorgy. Federal Government Houso, Mel bourno, is ouo of tlio ' Concentra tion Camps,' for it has boon made tlio hoadquartors of tlio Australian lied Cross Society, of which Lady Helen MHiivo-FuvgUBon is tho president. " 1 knew that tho loyalty and kind-heartedness of tlio Australians was an assured tiling,' slio said; 'but I did not expect such a wonderful response.' At t...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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A War Guide worth Getting. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

& War Snide worth Getting. I • v . : A _ ' ! A flood of publications on the war has began to flow in from overseas,. bat an Australian pub lisher has raoceeded in issuing the best sixpenny war publication of them all,, in the form of ■? Iiifa-'f? War Guide/ Tfce WPQH4 iw«e of '■ Life*» War Guide' i» on sale every where for sixpence. . It. answers some hun dred* of war queries, give* many ' pictures; and inoludqs an 8-page war atlas. ' Among its 64 pages will be found suoh speeoialartiolee aa. ' Six' Week's fighting,' by Dr Fi.tolieti;- 'What i» (ihp: Hittjpg Power of a ^att)e§hip S'; AStudy ofSjirJohn £renoh ; 'Who Lead the Gorman and the F^enob';. 'What happens to Priaoneife of War,!, etc. £)v;ery reader who tekeB an in telligent interest in' the war should get Nob. 1 and 2: of ' Life's War Quid# —now on sale locally-—and Nob. 3 and 4 when published this month.

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Compulsory Insurance [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

Compulsory Insurance It has become necessary, in view ; of the way in which the public is ] being milled by canvassers for j insurance companies, to emphasise the fact that the compulsory insur- { once- provisions of the Workers' Compensation Ac$ i?ili not oomp into ' force for six fflontfos Mter the iato of fcltp operation, of the, not. It has come to the know-, ledge of the State Insurance Com missioner that insurance companies'-1 representatives," in their efforts to ! seoure business under the aot, are , deliberately misrepresenting, tho' position by making it appear that insaranoe is compulsory sb soon as the liability is- enforced, whereas for six months inauranoe . against liability lender thi aot is optional. Steps are; being taken to correot the wrong impression that has abroad. '

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Nagambie Bowling Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

Nagambie Bowling Club. The annual meeting of the mem bers of the Nagambie Bowling Club was held at the pavilion on Friday evening last, when there were present: Messrs L. Caelli (presi dent), E. W. Hill, J. C. Cowan, 8. Park, D. Willis, J. Greenwood, J. M'Intosh, t,. Mason and Dr Davies. , PUKSIDSNT'S HBl'OR'r. The president said that since the season closed the green had been top dressed,; and a splendid'job_ had been made of the work—in fact the green was in better order now than it had ever |been. They had been very successful in the Goulburn Valley Association matches last season, while the four members who visited Melbourne, though not turn ing out winners, had a most enjoy able trip. The thanks of the club were due to Messrs W. A,.Gordon, Mv Griffiths, I*. Morrison and J. Greenwood for their donations of materials and labor.—On the motion of Dr Davies an3 Mr Park, a hearty vote of thanks ' was passed to, the gentlemeq natqe^. " The balance-sheet, showing a dr balance of £3 2s ...

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Nagambie Water Trust. MONDAY, 12TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

Nagambie Water Trust. MONDAY, 12TII OCTOUKK. I Present : Comrs. Wilson (ehair I man), Newnlmm, Gordon and ! ■ Deriim. " 1 CORRIiSI'ONDKNCIi, From State Rivers and Water Supply Commission, approving of tlie trust's estimates for the year 1915.—Received. From same, approving of 3 inch wood pipes being used for renewal work at the north end of High I street, and pointing out that de ! preciatiou at the rate of 2), per cent j Would have to be paid on them, i Received. | I From Australian Wood Pipe Co, 1 j Footseray, notifying that pipes ami I ; fittings had been forwarded.—Re- | ceived. , I TKKASUUUR'S KUl'OHT. I Tile treasurer (Mr Hotham) re ! ported that during the month he I I had received £■'!') Is 6d. The bank I j credit balance Was .CIS 12s lid.— I Received. : ' | ACCOUNTS. On the motion of Comrs Derum and Newnham, accounts amounting to £21 9s 4d were passed for pay ment. WATERWORKS TRUSTS ASSOCIATION Comr Gordon reported that, as deputed at the last meeting of the trust, he had a...

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Suspicious Neutrals. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

Suspicious Neutrals. At the present moment, when every power in EJqrope ontside those actually .engaged ;iu war is weighing probabilities and trying to decide whioh way the.balanco is going, it is interesting to note that with many of these undecided bnt highly suspicious neutrals the ques tion to be decided is' not one of right but of expediency. Belgium .plumped boldly for :what she con sidered right, and as a result has become the theatre of the bloodiest war the world has ever known, but ' at thesame time she has won' the admiration of the ^thole world Ijy her unexpected display of courage ang cpnsistepoy. Holland an<J Switzerland; from whom' Belgium expected moral support, have oare fally bung back, though signs are not wanting that Holland will have to declare herself. In Switzerland the position in ourioaa. So far no definite aidebas bean taken, but at the beginning of tlie war Bel gium was grievously annoyed that Switierland, as a neutral, nation didnotjbin in the...

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Terrier Coursing. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

TerYier Coursing. The championship meeting of the Nagambie Terrier Coursing Club was held on Wednesday last, and was the most successful meeting the club has yet had. The ?ction of committee in making a substantial addition to the Champion Stake prize money was a good move, as was evidenced by the number of dogs competiting and the distances some of them came, Melbourne and Werribee being strongly repre sented. The attendance was good, and as the events were dccided in the open the courses were generally longer than usual and naturally more interesting than if conducted j In a small enclosure—an inovation that found general favor with all. The club's officials, as usual, had everything in order, and a word of praise is due to Messrs Cohen (president), L. Mason (judge), Swamvick (starter), J. Williams (blackboard steward), and I. M'Donald (secretary) for the way in which the meeting was con ducted. After some fine courses the Melbourne dog, Red Bird, the property of Mr A. Davidson wo...

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Goulburn Weir. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

Goulburn Weir. (From our Correspondent.) At a meeting of the A.N.A. j hold recently in Nngambie, tile; members of that Association, at i the request of the Mooroopna j Hospital committee for au addi- j tional life governor, appointed Mr J E. C. Hill, of " Goulbnrn-Park," Wfthring, to the position, in recog nition of the valuable services j recently rendered by him in eon-1 nection with Wattle Day celebra- j tioua, which were sr.cli a pro nounced success in every way. Wo tender Mr Hill our heartiest congratulations on his well de served appointment. At a large and enthusiastic: meeting held at the Town Hall, i Melbourne, a control executive committee in connection with the' State Schools Patriotic League, was formed. In addition to first aid and ambulance instruction to be imparted to the children, the j teaoher and senior girls are also ; requested to assist in making a ! certain number of garments for the! soldiers every month, the material j for garments required being sent i up, ...

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

'I'hu TO STAND THIS SEASON AT NAGAMBIM, And Tnivol tho Surrounding Diatiiuts, THE THOTTIN't) .STALLION, TOM ALMONT. tly AiMOKl, Cimmiiioii, of the World. TOM ATjMONT is a (lark bay rising !) years, standing over 1G hands high, nud vory fust, liroliter o( Altnotit jun., 2 miles, 5 .'12. Duclicss of Altuont, No :! in Catalogue, and lialt-brothsr to liuohoas o[ Rothschild, :l miles in 8.21, Alierton ntul Early llenper. Foaled lOtli Nov,, His siie, Almont 2.12 1/utti (No 2!) in Ciutiiloguo), Dnm, the Duoheas, 2 miles in 5.8!, (onteied in Now Zeainnd Stud Book pago 31) by Berlin (371 imported Ameriuan Irottor), aito of Calista, 2.19!,. Frauien (dam of Fritz, 2,13; Tho Heir, 2.20; Fran!!, 2.23; and I'rodorick, 2 20. Pnella (dan) of Almont, 2.12 1 /nth, l'ienio Palm and Belmont M.), and Geueral Traoey 2.31, siro of Holdiowood 2.1b, Witliington 2,22, Victor 2.24, 2nd dam, Noliie, by Slinloa ; 3rd dam a thoroughbred maio. Tom Almont ditto's.siro Berlin (374 imp.) by Wood ford Mambrino 2,214 ...

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Cricket Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 October 1914

Crick-.t Notes. Another attempt tu re form t.liu Waraiign Crickoi. Association Una fnilod, a meeting on Sntmilay night lust being fruitions. A lottor was received- from tho Mooru Cricket Club stating tlicir club would not tnko part in the compe tition^ us somo of tliuir players could not bo sure of going through tho' soaaon, consequently the Moora club not joining in practically dis bands tho Association, aB . three clubs iiro not enough to keep interest going in tho gaino. Still,1 if the other clubs, Nagambiu, Mnr-1 chison and Bailieston, could form j a competition it would koep tho j game alive, and everybody knows ' cricket without a competition is; played with vory little interest. J It is to bp hoped that some schorno can be agreed upon to keep the | gamo from lapsing altogether. |

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A COMPARISON. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 October 1914

A COMPARISON. The progressive Australian farmer ' ia inclined to look with pitying com- j pascion on his English brother, and to entertain a patrouising spirit of ; superiority for the latter's old-fash- : ioned methods. Our farmers in the j wheat districts are accustomed to ; dealing with huge paddocks, and j working with the aid of lahour-sav- i • ing devices. The English farmer, on i ' the contrary, still potters away with j j hifl single-furrow plough, and regards! [ milking-machines and similar devices \ jaa nothing short of nn outrage. i In spite of his limitations in mat- 1 ters mechanical, there is no doubt ; that his knowledge of live stock is prodigoue. From the draught horse • to poultry, the English farmer knows j every individual animal on his farm, j and can talk of its peculiarities or history with interest and enthusiasm. I In our land of big areas, carrying large mobs of animals, the Austra lian's stock knowledge can only be on broad and comprehensive lines, and for...

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BEE-FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 October 1914

BEE-FARMING. Rco-fal ruing is one of tho most pro 1:itabU\ as well as most fascinating nethods of small farming. l'nlil:c >ther branches of Agricultural labour the ivpiurv does not require much laud or large capital. Moreover, in fajr seasons,, a return for the capital expended in soon re alised. A hundred colonies may be supported on ah acre of land, as all that has to be done is to send the heoa on marauding expeditions to one's neighbour's property, where the industrious little insects sedu lously pilfer that which he will not garner for himself, and bring it back to till the cells of the hives which will presently yield yon a handsome The man who commences* be<vfarm ing for a hobby frequently becomes imbued with enthusiasm, goes fhto the matter more and more earnestly and scientifically, and finally enters the arena as a professional honey collector. . For the small farmer, the import ant point to consider is the best me thod of increasing the stock without entaili...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 October 1914

tTndor Now ITana^cEont. Royal Mail Hotel, NAGAMBIE. QEGS to announce having taken over the lease of the above well-known Hostelry, and trusts, bv strict attention tn business, combined with civility, to merit a fair share of the public patronage. Only the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars Stocked. Good Airy Bedrooms lrirst-chss Cuisine Moderate Tariff Good Yard and Stables Attentive Groom TUB Leading Familu Hotel. UAVING secured the agency for " the famous Buick, Austin, Ca dillac and Xapiei Motor Cars I am prepared to book orders for the coming spring. 52^S3|SS~~." Trial runs by appointmentC^^) FOR HIRE.—The latest 20?Wh!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 Dunlop Motor Tyres. All sizes kept in stock. REPAIRS.—I aia prepared to repair any make of Car. All Duplicate parts at Melbourne prict'?. Petrol and .Motor O...

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