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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

MXSKKD COMPOUND - l'ur C-uyhs mi 1 Cult!-. Iteliuvcg A^llitua ::mt ditlicuU ].INSKKI> COMPOUND—TraAi Mark of Kny's Compound Ksseneo of Linseed for Coughs and CoMa. LIXSKKD CUM I'OUND -01 -10 years' prorrn etUcacy. For C'oinjhs, Colds, lironchitis, rt . Local Fixtures. Water Trust Meeting—Second Monday ouch month. Jouncil Meeting—Second Monday each month.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Nagambie Bowling Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

Nagambie Bowling Club, The official opening of the'.bowl ing senson so fnr as the Nagnmbie Club is concerned, took place on Saturday last, when dispitc- a record shade temperature for this season of the year, and clouds of dtist, a large number of members aud their friends assembled at the prettily situated green. In declaring- the green open, tin I'resident, Mr I,. Caelli, refencil lu the fact tlmt though upwards of CJOO had been expended iti iuipiovments during the last two season, the present indebtedness only nniouutcd to £27 —a position which was very grati fying to all concerned. The club had been very successful in past seasons in inter-cinb competitions, and he had no reason to doubt but that it would again creditably acquit itself this year, as their membership, was increasing and the members generally took a keen in terest in the game. Mrs Caelli wvs then called upon to throw the first jack, . and Mrs Cowau to roll the first bowl! Mr J. Gordon, M.I.,,A., on behalf of the m...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DIVINING ROD. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

THE DIVINING ROD. Though the ancient practice of using l^c divining r<»il is often re garded wit.li smiling indulgence, ioid loo!»Cif upon as a ha r'ti loss (ioii, Micro can In' no d«»nbt in hi»n I* capable of using it, it* otVideney is such, th«t cv^rj nwrfV sceptical must turn beli^vft*. Tlir rrmurks of a South Australian who possesses ihc. necoaanvy magnetism to Kuccessfully locate not only water, but also mine rals ami oils, i* ehlo-tbtemnt;. IK» "1 have ma'Io II lurefnl study of 'divining' for mi»ro tfmn W> ycntn. To be a successful 'diviner,' is not a matter of cutting ;\ twig off ;m.v tree, nn-1, wnlking along, am) when I to'A' is one to Kih»m it :.-> and not'inineral or oil V ••I haw had many .<ud varied ex periences. bu* will relate only a few. A friend lost som** money thromrh stumbling, As « resale of a careful search h.» recowfvd never u 1 si Ivor coins, but could not lir.d a half-sove reign, He thereupon invited me to as sist, and in Jrss tha...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Graytown Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

Gray town Jottings. ll'Vom our Correswmdont). It is reported here thnt as soon as the drays clear up the paddocks all the cutters oil the Tooborac tram line are to be discharged. If this Vie true it means that the line will ] be practically closed down for some J time. The train will still run, but it will only take the wood away j which is stacked along the line. A : large number of men will be thrown ! out of work if action is taken as j rumor has it will. The new dual desks for the Stale school have arrived. Owing to' there being no water at the school, : awl none' suitable procurable, it! was decided at a meeting of the' committee held 011 the 17th inst to ' advise the department to close the j school till rain fell. ;

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

W.C.SlTLLIVAiS LI KGS lo announce that: he has taken ) over the Wine Cafe recently carried i • w bv Mrs J. Meatus and trusts by strictly | attending to the icquircmcnls ol pultons to r inciil i bhnre of public patronage. 0X1 Y GOOD WINK WILL BE FOUND ON THIS SHELVES. Good Accommodation. Fi&st«classTablk Stabling and Attentive Yardsman. iHE4RItE's5 "$j There's a Life-t«ving Power about HEARNPS BRg's that raises it right out of the ruck. thla and Reflect: — " When my little girl was thre* years ui-i sh which supervened Bronchitis, Pneumonia and She was attended by a. doctor of high stand ing. whose treatment, however, was not sue* cessful. On Saturday, the 21st October, he said that her life was in danger—that there was very IHtie hope for her. For eight days - and alghU she had been prostrated by Cough, ' Pain and Fever, and was lying like a statue. unconscious. ' At this stage I was persuaded by a friend to obtain HEARNE'S BieacklUa Cur«, with Its auxiliary medicine for the ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRASS ON THE SNOW-BELT. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

GRASS ON THE SNOW-BELT. About 2-1 yc-\v.< r.n.i liii' district .surveyor of \\\o;..'a, M>". -\. H. fhcs termait, realised tb-» euortuoun value of tlio Miow-lmlt as a gra;::ng area in drought time. lit- was so impressed (hut hi1 enthusiastically advocated that the whole sno,>" and semi-snow district should lip held in |»orpi-tuitv by the State to he regarded as a ; priceless asset in time of national warit. Although the foresight and ad vice of this able man li.is* been fol lowed to a still it. i<* oi..l fJut. iea'? one nr two individuals h «M n.M-*l.' hair of the whole area betv.'irni them. The whole snow-hcit is; Ww South Walea Covers 2.Mi* square mile*. The centre of tho avfa is Kiardra. and it* situated in latitude ?>u drives south. The elevation ram**.". f:-jna three to seven thousand if%tt il'i 1-nver levels heint known ;HT.u-.-uy.\j;nd. This )>elt is covered with snow in the cold est time of the year only, and many block may graze here much lo...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

j TO STAND THIS SEASON AT NAG AM DIE; Ami Travel the Siirromuling Districts, Til 13 'J'KOTTI X'G .STALLION, i' TOM ALMOST. | n.r a ij.no.vr, or the Wori«i. TOll ALMONT is a dark li.iy rising U yonra, tUnding over 16 IintiOe wy taal. UvotUcr o( iMmont jmi., 2 milos, *> :(•_>, Duolmss of Almont, No :l in Catalogue, and linlf-broLlicr to Duoliuss of KotlischiM, milt's in S'-'1, Alleiion ami fiarly i!ou|iur. I'\mlu,l lOlli Nov., UlCiii. His siio, Almont i'.U' 1/jlli (No III) in C.italuguu). Dmn, the Duclies*, 2 miles _in (enteicd in Nmv Zealand Slml Jiooli ('.ago 31) liy llnlin (•""•I imported American IrotlcO. miu ot UftlUln, L'.l!)),. Kmulen (dam of 1-Yilz, 2 13; Tin; Heir, L'.^'O ; i'lanz, ; mid Frederick, 2 20. Pnelln (ilmn of Almont, 2.12 ) nth, l'icnio Palm and Kelinonl M.), and General Trnccy -J.ilI, fire of Uolilrewood 2.1ti, Withiiif-ton 2.22, Victor 2.2-1, 2nd ilam, Nellie, liy Shales; ."id dam ii thoroughbred mare. Tom Almont dnm's aire lieilin (.'!<-l imjt.)...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

CORttESl'ONDESCE. "I suffered for :i long time with se vere pains In the back, over the kid neys, and under* the shoulder blades, and back of my ji«ek. My back be I came so lame thai- It was with diffi culty I could move about. I suffered thus for many weary months. I tried various adverted remedies, which failed U give me the relief I sought, until Warner's Safe Curo was brought | to my nolle*. I took thai, medicine with marvellous result. In a short ; l:n:e tho pains and aches had nil left ! me; 1 am now In good health.' I also i suffered a good deal from Rheumat ism, but the Safe Cure has also era I dicated all symptoms of that complaint j from my system;*—From Mr; V. Da > vidson, bootmaker, G2 Commercial : road, Prahran, Vie. "I have beeu-using your Safe Cures for twenty-six years, and. Lave found | them most ben?Hcial, In fact Warner's j Safe Cure cured ona of my daughters ; of dropsy at th» axe of thirteen. She : U now ;i hcilthy woman, with a fjru | Hy or live hrall-iy cli...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

I W. C. SULLIVAN BEGS to announce (hat he has taken over the Wine Cafe recently carried on by Mrs J. Beams, nnd trusts by strictly attending to the requirements of patrons to merit a share of public patronage. ONLY GOOD WINE-WILL BE FOUND ON THE SHELVES. Good Accommodation. FmsT.CLASSTable -Stabling and Attentive Yardsman.. There's a Life-iaving Power about HEARNE'S BRSas that raises it right out of the rack. • thlt and R*fleet:— 1 " When my Utile girl was three years old she contracted Measles, upon I , 'which supervened Bronchitis, Pneumonia and Congestion of the Lungs.' I She was attended by a doctor of high stand* . I • lng, whose treatment, however, was not sue- . K.. cessful. On Saturday, the 21st October, he * 1 . said that her life wa» in danger—that there Kril vAlK] /\m I was very little hope for her. For eight days J and nights she had been prostrated by Cough, 1 Pain and Fever, and was lying like a statue, yV fltisKx 1 by a friend to obtain HEARNE'S Brgoduti* | Cvre, with...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN-PLANNING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

TOWN-PUNNING. ■ fortunately uo in Australia can iMuliy form nn idea of the i'ad neces sity for civic reform in which the oitico of tlie old world stand in need. I [Ntill, it is gratifying that th<! CJcjv- ' J ornmoni has >;iven the matter prac tical afHififaticc so that we may avoid future errors, and make our dtio.q beautiful as well as raiding the health of the people, and by flo do ine heightening the Riamhml* of pub lie morality. N'otwitfistiUidioj- thp comparativcl,' recent <;i„wth of (lie science of town Pl.unmt:, ils practical ii.lvniit aires :i'-o S<> apparent nnJ so lnnieiicinl, Hint the enthusiastic spread o) the gospel is easily understood. Tile awakening of the civic conscience to its opportunities nmt ,i,-,Hvk (s ncces ^■v for the health ohnrncter I'i'J .'!K ^ 1"'0p!<'• M'' ct""l»ne<l V ,hls 'nfluence is the development of an appreciation of the beautiful Future generations, naturally will experience the boat ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

Local Fixtures. Water Trust Meeting—Second Monday each month. Jouncil Mooting—Second Monday cacli month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

LINSEED COMPOUND — For Couglis nml Cold?. Kdieves Asthma anil difficult bie.iiMng. ' LINSEED COMPOUND—TraOo Mark of Kay's Compound Essence of Linseed for Coughs and Colds. UNSEED COMPOUND—Of 40.years' proven efficacy. For Couglis, \Co1Jb, Bronchitis, et .

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE POTENTIALITIES OF THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

THE POTENTIALITIES OF THE NORTH. The average Australian \u\f- a wry faint idea of tho beauty M-rnory. ami the possibilities which the North West ami the Territory possess. Al though our great unguarded coast line—the very extent of which makes anything like effective defence an im- , possibility—forms a constant, menace ; to oureelvep and tcmptatian to ma- j rauding nations, still it is reassur-j ing to rcrtect that nature has done j much to safeguard- the co.ist Iuks of Tropical Australia, making the north ern regions practically inaccessible 10 foreign invaders. !<Yom Danvin on the math, to I'on Hrdinnd on the uesr. innnmer- I able reefy and shoalr. stand guarding our shores, like rows of s.ulries waiting to harrass the unwary inva der. These "Tooth of the .^ea," as the picturesiiue Malayans have dub- . bed the cruel "reefs, are further rein- , forced and their danger immensely > frr>(| })V tj1(> difference in tidal : water—a difference of from 35 to 45 uetwecn...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Melbourne Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

The Melbourne Cup. Auotlier Cup Day litis come and »pue, frnuglit with expectation a«£*i3isappointment, oxcept to a favored few, for the rioh prize was won by a hovsc whoso chances of | success were held in liglit esteem. But among sportsmen this is re garded simply as the luck of the game; another example of the, glorious uncertainty of the tnrf, whioh is one of its chief allure ments. If. ovory race could be converted into a mathematical cer tainty, there would soon cease to bo any inducement to its support as a form of. public amusement. There would neither bo backers nor layers if the result could be assured beforehand. It is in the hope of winning that the" public continuo to'contribute to the'bags and the banking accounts of the bookmakers, and tho small suc cesses sometimes achieved serve as a magnet which draws them again aud again to the reuowal of effort. Thero is strong reason, however, why tho conditions of tho game should be fairer to tho public. At prosent everything i...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

UNSEED COMPOUND-.Of 40 veara proven etticacy (or Couglu, 3oliU. Ujron. chitii, «tc.

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An Imperial Loan [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

An Imperial Loan Tho Imporial GoVorument, as tlio result of negotiations with the Federal authorities, has consented to assist Australia with a loan of £20,000,000 in two inatalmonts of £10,000,000 each, and the states havo combined for tho purpose of securing it under a guarantee of redemption to bo givou by tho GawnionVealth Government. The loan is - to- bo repayable 'in five years, and the rate of iutevest to bo charged for the accommodation has not yet been disclosed. It is anticipated that at the eud of fire years the money market will be in operation again, and that it wi|l then bo possible' to raise' another loan to redeem tho ono obtainable from tho Imperial Government, j.ThePrinip ifinistor has agreed to stand out of the money market awjfr'etpain from ' borrowing until tlje states get all tljo money they pe^uiyp. . Tt >s vjnderstoou that Hour Sflijth Ay^les Ijas milced tor nearly .ilb,QQQ,0(|0, Tasmania ■vyapts oi)ly £500,QQQ, Apart from tble lfm), thp states. bo- able t...

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Close Season. GAME [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

• Close Season. CiAME Quail of all kind*, from 1st of Augttai till 15th day of February fo lowiuf, bo'h day« inclusive " The following ia the close eeuson for fish Black fiub from lot September La 31st December, both date* inclusive. English trout, from let May to 31m Aujjubt. Note— Auy ptrHou fishing with a net or lixud enginp, in auy river, creek, or ttri-rtin, or within feuch. cUS'.fttvcu 'iocn the tuoulb thereof, as may. be proclaimed by tbe Governor-i iu-CouncU, bball be liubln to n penalty | of not Ictus than £2, or more thau £20 Murray bream, Muiray cod and Murray percb, from 1st October to 30tb November each year, both dates inclusive pHnultj.—Any person tiking, sell ing, or exposing for salt? during clone season for any species of Hdti, any tish of such species, shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding £20 Weights.—BiacU tiab, 4 ozs ;jl«rcao», 5 ozs; cattish, 4 uza; Alurray cod, H lbs; Murray percb, 8 oza ; t;out of all kindB not to be under 6 ozs. Any person tubing, Bell...

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The Country Press and the War. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

The Country Press and the War, At 1110 N.S.JV. Conn try 1'1T5, i Association Confci'oiico lnsl wool a spocial resolution was submitted by tho president (Mv J. Johnston) as follows:—"That this conference which is representative of nil pur- ! ties mid politics, mid of every district of tho State of N.S.W., oxpresses its hcinrtiest nppreciu! tiou of tlio promptilndo with which tho Federal Executive lot it be known thnl Australia miido com. nioii cause with llritnin inul tlic Allies when war was thrust, upon thoni ; and of the wholo-hcarted way in which practical nssistnnco is being givou, niul assures the Commonwealth (iovernmont Hint the country l'ross will support it, whatovor steps if. may take to safeguard tho interests and tho honor of tho Eiupiro, of which Australia is proud to form a part." Mr Ryan (Lithgow) socouded tho motion, which was carried with enthusiasm. The prosidont asked the Post innstor-Gonornl, who was present— lio having officially opened the prooeodings of tho co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWfLUR. | KOYAL MAIL lil'lLIMXUS. " I lu'pairs executed on piemis.s Scis.-:o;^ grown!. Umlvellas tcp/mcd All varieties Saws s^-t .mcl sharpened SPECTACLES. Gold rim tr.ed all elasses ;■>! Sp.-eir.ivl- s paired. Victorian Producers* Co operative Co. Ltd. HKlitSTKKKl" OtTIC'K I Wool. Kxciiaxite Hni.nixr.s, •tOo Coi.uxs Strekt, Melbourne. J. WlLLIAMS \\ ISllhS U< mrifv ill It hv l.n. hen * 15 ;i|tpomtoil l.C'C.il Ape it inr lu« addi rs-cd lo Oli'ce will roa-ivc pnunpt attention. A^cnt *01 all ela*.M> of M.-.chincrv, Harwell's Manures, Isii £li>cJ;, E c. Weekly Sales .if Live Slncfc held in Free Storage on Grain'. The above Com pany act as Selling Ayoir.> foi every class <.( Farm Produce, including Wheat. Oats, Ha. lev. Chaff, clc. Agenl* bouih Itriti>h Insurance Com pany. Live Slock, Fire and Accident al lowest rales. SUBSCRIBERS who do no? rcccive their ^ PAl'EKS KFGFLAKLY are kimllj requested to cc-mnumicalc vviih ihi^ Of...

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Gouburn Weir Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

Gouburn Weir Sports. (From Our Correspondent). The annual meeting in connection with the Goulburn Weir Sports Club will take place in tile Weir liall on Saturday evening, 7th inst, (to-morrow) at 8 o'clock. All the members are respectfully requested to attend, as an idea seems to pre vail amongst a large -number of people that it would be advisable to allow the Sports to lapse for this year on account of the war and the severe drought which the whole country is this season undergoing. It is to be hoped that such will not be the case, for the Sports have been worked up to a high standard of excellence, and visitors from all parts of the State are to be seen at them. The Weir Sports are always looked forward to with pleasure as being one of the events of the year, but 011 account of the depression caused by the war and drought, some of the members seem to think it would be better to postpone tliem rather than have them a failure or lower their well-merited reputation for excellcnce. H...

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