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POSTAL RATES AND RECULATIONS [?] the term "The Commonwealth"is used in conncetion with these rates and regulations it included Papua Lord [?],and Noriclk Island. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 October 1914

POSTAL RATES AND RECULMIONS I »»1'U'e tho Utju "Tlio Co.i.vftou wvnlt;i ' ii 11yocl in oomKitiuo wiih tiio^o lMto$ iili'i it iiK'ltiuv* LurU lio.vc ;:r.u .Narlclk i.i;rn:us. Vi* ilolnnV "luo'CouiVt., *ou illr 0 1 Fur delueiy in the British Em pire .. ..v 0 I Fur delivery hi this Sow Hebrides, Backs, and Toirei Islands ..0 2 For de:i»erv in other places .... 0 LET'l EH CARDS. For delivery within the Commouwealth : Single, lvl. each; reply, Id. each JkiIi. For delivery in llxo British Kmpire (r«.v list of placvs under "Letters')—Sin gle, Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Hanks. a:i;\ Torres Islands—Single, Vd. e:ich. For delivery in other places— Single, 2Jd. well. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with ihc Id. stamp, .iikI Reply or double cards, each halt of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may he transmitted to maces within the Commonwealth, nud tr those places, enumerated under *iters," to which letters may he transmuted at the rate of Id. per Job. These cards ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 October 1914

Gregory's "WAERING- STORES. Spring and Summer G-oeds. A Fine Collection. SUITS to Measure. Oomo and Inspect our Now Pattern Hool;s. All the Latest Styles Sliowu. Suits to Measure from 35 s. Wahriiig Stores. NEW Spring aim Si* CLOTHING AT I.ADIKS' AND (JMll-DUKN'S CLOTinSO Dlil'OI', lli^h Strout, Nuynnibif. Children* Tunic Ureases, 2,0 Ladies' White Muslin and Kinbroidory Blouses, 1i/U White Underskirts from I/O lo 14/0 Camisoles from 1/11 to 12/0 Ladies' Night Robes, from 4/11 to 15/0 I'illovr Cases, largo size, 5-inoli tuck frill, 1/3 oach Children's K.B., 1/3 per pair, nil sizes Dressmaking carriod on nfc reasonable prices. Mrs H. LA ROE, High Street 5 ADIES' and OKNTS' VISITING CARDS piintcd neally ami chcnply ;if Miu Times Oflioc. New Type, Surface Cards, Melbourne Priecs. Do You Bet tfie most out oj_Life ? Ii'" YOU FKEL HUN DOWN ami itrit abio the last: tiling you would tliiuk of blaming would bo your oyeu. Yet in • many cases Eyestrain is entirely tlio cause of that nervous ex...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 October 1914

. Church Services CHURCH OK KNUhAND. lU'ilnr: Rev. 0. \\\ C.iilrr, H.D.. Th.l,. Twentieth Sunday lifter Trinity 7 HO p.in—Krrn^onff inul Sormmi PKKSHYTICK1AN. At 11 n-in itri'l 7.IKJ p.in I'n'fichcr, llov A. H. Tolluust MK IIIOOIST • MoniiuK «' II- Nor ^iiiUinrno Kvoniiitf at 7«'10-K'cv. fiipiliorno KO.MAX (.'ArHOI.IC Moruirji ;if tl - Kev. Fallur K.Hviu iyli

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The War and the Drought. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 October 1914

The War and the Drought. ! At St, Johu's Church of England, Nag- j ambio on Sunday morning Inst' a special ■ sorvico of humiliation ami intercession in ! timo of drought and war was conduotcd by | the Rev G. W. Carter, who tool: for his \ text Psalm 98—1 : " Tiie'Lord roiguotb." i Tho proacher said that tho groat need of the ■ present day in tho realm of rolgion wasnot ' to diaoovor now truths, but Jo vitiligo ^tbo I truth ostabHslied from ott-niity. The creed j of Christianity uas compJef'-. Did we i sincerely believo its article* ? Thu subject I oinbraced thu first artido upon-which'nil'! faith nnd religion w.i« founded: " 1 beliovo ; ill God." But h<nv did wo bolievo? To J what did wo commit ourselves whon wo say those words ? Did wo merely mean that there must be a God because thai is tho ' only satisfactory solution to tho riddlo of | the univorso? Well, Ihc very dovils ad- | mittcd as much; thev behoved and ! tvoinblod. Or did wo beliovo in God's lovo and oboved and...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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The Nagambie Times. FRIDAY, OCT.23,1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 October 1914

$hr $aoaml»if (time si FRIDAY, OCT. 2:J, I!)I t. j Local and General. Tho ltov E. 0. Veal, who was in obargo ol tho Church of England at Ruslmortb some thirty-five years ago, was presonfc at tho 44th anniversary of St. Paul's last weok, Mr A. French, dentist, will visit Nagam« blo on Saturday find Monday, U4tb And 2f>tli iust., and may bo consulted At tbo Valley Hotol. Edgar Frank Bertram Einsporn, aged 2*2 yean, was sentenced to death on Tuesday at Bonolla, for tho murder of his father nt Btrnthbogio ou the 18th August. Tho annual picnic in connection with tbo Presbyotian Sunday School was held on Wednesday in Mr Viekcrs' pnddook. Thero was a largo attendance, and the children bad a right royal time, Closing day of tbo (ilonc.iirn Golf Club has been fixed for Wednesday next, 2Sth inst., when a mixed foursomo will bo played. Members and their friends, and i members of other club.-; aro cordialy invited tonltontf. . To-morrow (Saturday) afternoon the j oflioial opening of tho Nagn...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Nagambie Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 October 1914

Nagambie Tennis Club. A general meeting of the members ot the Nagamliie Tennis Club was held on the loth inst, when there were present Miss Hayes, Miss C. Hayes, Messrs S. Park, F. Fos click, L, M'Pliee, J. Lester, F, Arkell and G. S. Cowau. Ou the motion of Messrs Park and Fosdick, it was decided to join the North-Eastern Tennis Associ ation, and Mr C. D. Ryau was ap pointed delegate. The question of laying down new courts was discussed, and on the motion of Mr I,. M'Phee, seconded by Miss Hayes, it was decided to apply to the Goulhurnj Shire Coun cil for permission to lay down two courts in Glass' Square. It was decided to commence a mixed doubles tournament, which is to be completed by the 4th prox.

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City Firm's Position. MINISTER DENIES RUMORS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 October 1914

City Firm's Position. MINISTER DENIES RUMORS. Senator. i\ , G. Pearce, Minister for Defence, on Friday last made the following statement with regard to the Messrs Wertiieim:— '' Rumors have been going round Melbourne, and have come to me (from various quarters,•concerning the Messrs Werthcim, who are associated with a piano factory. In view of these rumors, I desire to make the statement that I have made inquiries in the Defence De partment, with the result that I find that there is no foundation for any of the rumors in respect of these gentlemen."

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Nagambie Rowing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 October 1914

I Nagambie Rowing Club. To-morrow the popular I-Ieiiley Regatta will be held oil the Yarra, mtl will probably again be wit icsscd by a fair number of local , f rowing enthusiasts, who will no; doubt be anxious to see our local boys ti y conclusions ill the Stew ard's Challenge Cup (Senior Fours). This year it is practically an Inter state Club race, as four States are represented in the eveut, The local | club has accounted for this partieu I hr race 011 previous occasions, and their form and pace at the pres ent time we expect to see them put .ip a good race. The following are the names of the members contest ing the event:—V. Sullivan bow. G. Richards 2, T. Vickers .3, J. Viekers str., D. M'Intosh cox.

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State Elections. POLLING DAY,26TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 October 1914

State Elections. Polling Day^ 26th November. Thursday, 26th November, has been fixed as the date of the gen era] elections for tho Legislative Assembly, and the dissolution 'of the House will take- place on 4th November. Announcements to this effeot were made to the mem bers of the Ministerial party at a meeting held at Parliament House on Wednesday afternoon. Be sides those already enrolled, only persons who made application-for enrolment by 5th October will be entitled to vote at, the elections. Tho Premier (Sir Alexander Pat* cock) will make his policy spooch at'Creswmk/bnt" he lias riot~yei arranged for the date on whioh it will be giren. ,

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The Wool Trade, [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 October 1914

The Wool Trade, The first sale in Australia siuce the outbreak of war was held iu Adelaide, on the 15th Inst, when the aggregate offerings of the brokers amounted to 5000 bales. As was only to be expected unusual interest was evinced in the sales, both by those actively connected with the wool trade and by the commercial community generally, who realise , the enormous importance of the wool industry to Australia. As was only to be expected iu a year of almost universal drought throughout South Australia, the selection was a poor one, being for the most part composed of poorly grown merino wool in earthy con dition, but of finer quality than usual, the fineness of the fibre, how ever, being due to starvation rather than breeding, Considering that Continental buyers are conspicuous by their absence this year there was a good attendance of buyers, and competition from the British buyers and representatives of Australian manufacturing interests was very keen.1 When the altered condition...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Wilhelm the Only. HIS SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 October 1914

.... .Wilhelm the Only. HIS SPEECH, ° °«™» memonodmn found in tho German l£xuperor's persona] waste basket. Tho original hu been pro. Kilted by the finder to tho British Mumum. ■ .. ■— ... . ohm*, Oh my, And likewise 11 Bit atill, y# ohnrit, wfcllrt I ointo.-i - - «o. I, Myself, the Throne, the State I am the £arth, tho Moon, the Bon, ** Both Hcmispherca am I. . AU rolled in oue. . ' Oh my I H there wero three, the thrto I'd be. lami the Dipper. Night and Day. The North and Southern Voles* the Mil** Way; . I'm tboy that walk, or fly otx wing, Or swim or creep—I'm orerythiog. It makes too tremble like the Mpen*tree To thixilc I'm me, And blink like etart up in tho aky» To think I'm I. - And drink in terror like * frightened elf. j To realise that I'm mysell. Yo blethering slaves beneath mine Iron heel. ; Wlmt know yfl ol the thing! I (eel ? , Didst over vrakeatdeadot night, And stand in awe ol thine own might t God took six days to make the land and sea, But centuries were pawed in n...

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The Sydney Road. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 October 1914

The Sydney Road. ; Aocoiu|jiinicil _ by Mi-sm'-: ,\i. I\. M'k'onv.ie, Koberl.-'nn, I ;i>i. Gordon, LecU'ie mill C'tiii;,.;. . Jf.li A.'s, a deputation of repre sentative's of imuiieipiiliuiM thron"'li which Mm Sydney road runs, from the Melbourne boundary to Allniry waited on the Minister for Public Works (Mr Ifiigelthorne) oil Wednesday, with an application for assistance in improving the road. ; M. K. M'Konzie, in stating the case for tlio deputation, said that the Sydney road had lost its usefulness as a main road since the construction of the main railway line. Tho traffic on it at present wns principally confined to motors botween Melbourne and Sydnoy. ,Under the Country Roads Board policy the councils had to contri bute one-lmlf of the cost of main tenance and construction, und in tho majority of cases the burden placed on the shires would have the effect of diverting money which could be more profitably spent on roads that ran at right angles to main roads, and acted as fe...

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Close Season. GAME [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 October 1914

Close Season. GAME Quail of air kinds, from let of August till 15th day of February fol lowing, bolU daya incluaivc Tho following in the close season for fish . Black fish from laL September U 31st December, both dates inolusive, English trout, from let May to 31st August. Note—Auy person fi&bing with u net or fixed engine, in any river, creek, or stream, or within such dintaueu °iuiu the mouth thereof, as may b« proclaimid by the Governor iu-Oauucil, shall be liable to a penalty of not less than £2, or more than £20 Murray bream, Murray ood and Murray perch, from 1st Ootober to SOth November each year, both dates inclusive Penalty.—Any person tubing, sella ing, or exposing for sale during close uitason for any specics of iisb, any lisli of such specieB, shall bo liable to a penaityguot exceeding £20 Weights.—Black fish, 4 ozs jjbream, i fi ozs i catfish, j 4 028; Murray cod,! 14 lbs; Murray peroli, 8 ozs; t.'out of ' an kinds not to be under 8 ozs. Any person taking, sellin...

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

TABXLK HOTEL, Corner STATION' & HIQH-Succls, ISIHGHT^BIE. .1. M'lVl'OSll (Late of Kyabram. BEGS lo Nolily the Public of, Nagambie and district tlmt he has taken over the above Hotel from Mr J. Barry . and "'trusts by strict attention In business to merit a fair share of patronage. 1 Good Accommodation ■ Good Staumng Mudeuatk Tuhms Attentive Groom I Best Brands of VVincs and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. L. MASON / ' (Late Mr A Lever) Wisties .to annonncc to tlic residents of Nagambic and District "that lie has taken over tho business of the abovo well known Hotel, and intends to cater for patrons by supplying the best in everything. Pleasure Boats always availablo. Good Stabling and Groom. &A - Victoria . Ale bz,kh' The Valley Hotel, pmgnmfim. 1 under new .MANAGEMENT; is. is. Fianeiif. : (LATE'OF WARRING)' - TTAVING- .taken possession or Iher ,'JX. above Hotfl,informs her friendsand ' the piiblicfceneraHy lhat every endeat^r. - .willbe'madc to make thrill carafortabl# wh...

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

Topical Talk. According to the liue.-i War news tlio British are doiug well in the lighting lino, and we road that the Canadians are U> be thoroughly trained before being sent to the front. They will then be well prepared for all emergencies. We are also in the fighting' line in Values, and our experience makes it a certainty that we are in the right position for making good. We got in early with onr Indent lines, and not a single one was injured by the Battle cry. . . . There is not a bettor purchased stock in Australia than the one we possess to-day. Make it your business to investigate at once. A. E. GflDD, NAGAMBIE STOBES $ Now Showing. s Choice Selection I OF 3 SEW SEASON'S NOVELTIES. $ The Newest Designs i) In up-to-date Dress Materials. Sponges, Poplins, Ratines, Crepes, Lombards and Brocaderos, Grafton Voiles, Etc, Ageni for the celebrated CRTJM'S Washing Prints. Fine Eange o£ New Patterns showing. MILLINERY. Trimmed and Ready-to-VTear. All that is new and stylish. Blouse...

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

.• |J{i9SSI> COMPOUND—Of W yearu pro»'en «t&o»y (or Cougbo, 'JolJo. Bron. ohltU, oto. -ijOcettes^ 4p«Tt«at Cb«coUte Squares. Kffectivc u caator oil. : Uttml *»*ehocolatc cream. All chemiiU »ad storekeepers, _1/- and 1/6; or Bowen & Co., Swiuistoii Rl., Mel buiWM. ' Send for fret; sample, Maeartimr & Macleod. A :rB'JT«9 W B3 Stock sad Station Arjonte, Slicop and Cattlo Salosmon, 30/-509 Collins Street,- Melbourne. U^lilikl.Y AUuTlON SALES AT N K\V MARKET feHEliP, Tuesdays; CATTUi, Wednesdays, Stock, and Land For Private Wale in all Districts. Lists forwarded"regularly 011 applicaiio XrONJJY TO LEND OK BROAD AC R US .AT -4 PER'CBN ■ ?. (Brand,. Office at YEA-S. DODGSHDN, Manager and Auctioneer!) District 'Representatives: I\ J. Loeto Allmry mid Bai-nawaitha ... Keith E ki0C1 J.M'J'aggart Whitehead . BairnsiliOe A. Macarthur it Co SWHIKT ag Mem District TftUSTEES, Executors, am igeiicy COmPHHY. LiffiilM, BBQligO. . ;»J HECTORS : 1 Joseph U Abbott Ebij., Cliai...

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Nagambie Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 October 1914

Nagambie Golf Club. The golf season, so far as the members of the Nagambie Golf Club are concerned, was officially closed on Saturday afternoon last, when there was a large attendance of members aud their friends. -Mr T. Derum, the president of the flub, and Miss Derum, had gone to a lot of trouble to make the outing au enjoyable one. A mixed four some. which attracted a big entry was decided, Miss C. Hayes and Mr F. Fosdick being returned the win ners. The following cards were ljandedin:— gross.hop. nott Miss 0. Hayes A F. Foadlok 53 1 61 Miss.D. JVjidick 4 T. Deruin 60 S 92 Miss J. Fortes A Mrs Cohen 62 8 si Miss Braising 4'Mrs Caelli 69 1 55 Miss Datum 4 H. M'Donold 65 9 66 Miss Bawloy It. G. Cowan 67 10 57 SItss MorisOn and W. Bourke 63 6 57 SIwBoarks 4 B.Fotbee 65 6 59 Miss P.Foedick;4 8. Lobb 67 7 GO Mrs J. Kelly 4 J. Williams 67 i 03 Miss M. Forbes 4 J. Kelly 70 4 66 During the week the trophies won by members during the jiast season in club and open competitions have been on...

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

Til® S4<W'1 TO STAND THIS SEASON AT NAGAMDIJB, And Travel tbo Surrounding Distriots, THB TROTTING STALLION, TOM ALMONT. By AMHOXT, ClHunploii ot" the World. TOM ALMONT is tv dark bay rising i) yonre, standing over 16 Imuds high, and very l»Bt. Hrothcr ot Almont jun., 2 mileB, 5 32. Duohoss of Almont, No a iu Cfttnloguo, tiud halt-brother to Duoheaa of Hothsohild, :i miloa in 8.21, Allorton and Biuly Ke.ipor. Foalod 10th Nov., Ilis sire, Almont 2.12 1/fitli (No 29 in Cntalogao), Dam, the Duohess, 2 miles in 3.8)1 (entered in Now Zealand Stud Book \mgo31)by Berlin (Stl imported American hotter), aire of Caliata, 2.1!).',. l?i allien (dam of Fritz, 2.13; Tho Ilcir, 2,20; Franz, 2.23; and Frederick, 2.20. Puolla (dam ot Almont, 2,12 l,T>tli, Picnic Palm and Holmont M.), and General Tracey 2.31, siro of Uoidrowood 2.18, Withington 2.22, Viotor 2.2-1, 2nd dam, Noliiu, by Shales; 3rd dam a thoroughbred maro. Tom Almont dam's sire Berlin (371 imp.) by Wood ford Mambrino 2,214 ...

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

a Third Contingent. ' Recruiting; is now proceeding for a third Light Horse cou!higent, and a number of the youug men .of the district will probably join it. Already Messrs D. Gillespie, Ber etta and Kildea have proceeded into camp. ■

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Our Defenders. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 October 1914

Our Defenders. Several members of the Second Hxpeditionary Force, now in camp at liroad meadows, were in Nagiun hie for the week end, and llie oc casion was taken to entertain several of them. All express themselves1 as quite satisfied with camp life, where the hard wo;k soon finds out the " waster," and merit brings its reward. From all accounts the j Nagambie representatives are pro- ! ving themselves possessed of plenty I of grit, and are very favorably ] spoken of by their officers. j

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