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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

!% POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS f. [Where tlio iL-rm MTho (.'omvfiMi V tvcnMV ii used 'w, connection ivith these \ rules :'!ul U'^nhaionj; it i»e!iul»s l\ipu:i, LurU ilcwc isl:ui.if and Noriolk Uhijul.J ixi'mts. For cvory \ ouree <»v fraction thoi\ef. I'Oi delivery tvithsu tLo CVmmon ),u'ca,,t» 0 1 Z'or dWu erv m the British Kn; r 0 1 For delivery in i!u. XCMv Hehr:do*, Hanks, and Torres Islands ..0 2 tor delirery in other places .... 0 2$ LKTTEK CAKDS. !• or delivery within the Commonwealth: bingo, hi. each; reply, ].}. enrh half, tor delivery in tho linti^h Umpire (seo list of places undor —Si« glo. Id. cnch. ' "M Fez delivery in Now iiel.Wdo.s Bank.*, on:l Jorros Islands—.Sin«;lo, 1M. each, ror delivery in oilier places - Sittglo. 2|d. each. b ' . rOST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with tho id. tramp, m:d Kcpiv or double card* each halt of whivh has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, ho transmitted lu niac«o within the Coir.monwiMUh, uud U horn places, enumerated und...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Correspondence. STREET WATERING. To THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

Correspondence. fWo <lo not ncccssnrily cnclorso the viow.s expressed hv mrrospondonts.'J STRBKT WATERING. To TIIE EDI-rOll or l'HP. Tisir.s. Sir,—I am informed that the contract for watering Nagarabie streets has been let for the sum of ten shillings per diem, the con tractor to find horse and harness. Now, knowing that our represen tatives are men who know what the price of fodder is, and is likely to lie for some considerable time, I would like to know how they ex pect the unfortunate tenderer to make a decent living. Seeing that it is laid down in specifications for Council work that the minimum wage shall be 8s per diem for eight hours, they must admit that in letting for the above-mentioned sum the right to water Nagambie streets that they are encouraging sweating in one of its worst forms. -I am, etc., ' NO SWEATER.

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

Gregory's WAERXNG STORES. Spring and Summer Goods. A Fine Collection. — SUITS to Measure. Como tuiil Iuspcct our Now l'attoru Books. All tlio Latest Styles Shown. Suits to Measure from 35 s. I ? Waliring Stores, 2>TEW spring and Summer clothing AT LADIES1 AND ClIIIiURl'N'S I CLOTHING DKl'Or, High Strcot, Xngtunbio. Children's Tunio Dresses, 2/(5 Ladioa' White Muslin and Embroidery Blouses, 2/11 White Underskirts from 4/ft to 14/0 Camisoles from 1/11 to 12/tt Ladies' Night Robes, from 4/11 to 13/(5 Pillow Cases, large size, 5.inch tuck frill, 1/3 oaoh Children's K.D., 1/3 per pair, all sizes Dressmaking carried on at reaBonublo prices. Mrs H. laKGE, High Street LADIES' "and GENTS' VISITING CARDS printed neatly, and cheaply at the Timkk Office. New Type, Surface Cards, Melbourne Prices. Do You Get tftu most out of_Life ? IF YOU FEEL RUN DOWN and irrit ublo tbo last thiug you would think of blauiing would bo your oyes. Yot in many cases Eyestrain is ontiroJy the cause of that ne...

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

Topical Talk, According to the latest War hows tlio British arc doing well iu tlio lighting line, and wo read Hint the Canadians aro to bo thoroughly trained before being sent to the front. They will thon be well prepared for nil emergencies. We are also in tlio lighting' line in ■■Tallies, and onr experience makes it a certainty tliat we are in the rig-lit position for making* g*ood. We g'otin early with our Indent lines, and not a sing-le one was injured by the Battle cry. ... There is not a bettor purchased stock iu Australia than tlio one we possess to-day Make it your business to investigate at once. ft. E. GADD, NAGAMBIE STORES K $ Now Showing:. Choice Selection OF NEW SEASON'S NOYELTIES. ft The Newest Designs In up-to-date Dress Materials. Sponges, Poplins, Batines, Crepes, Lombards and Brocaderos, Grafton Voiles, Etc. Agent for the celebrated CRUM'S Washing Prints. Fine Bange of New Patterns showing. MILLINERY. Trimmed and Beady-to-Wear. All that is new and stylish. . Blouse...

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

TRY A : GLASS1 . Criterion Hotel. MASON ■ : ,(Lato Mr A Level) Wishes Idaimoaiicc to the residents of Nagambie and District tliiil lie lias taken over llio businoss of the nbovo well known Hotel, and intends to cater for patrons ' by supplying the best in everything. Pleasure Boats always availablo. Good Stabling and Groom. Victoria Ale BEST IN Tin MARKET. The Valley Hotel, : INaOHCQBIH. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. is. i Planum. lLATE OK WAHBING) TTAvING taken possession of the .XI above Hotel,informs her, friends and i tliCi public generally that every endeavor : wlli.be made to make t.licm comfortable ' when Ihcy pay a call.... ; AU \YINES( SPIRITS and CIGAKS of Iho Best Quality. livery stable. good bil liard TABLE, Mot and Co!;! Halhs. Boala for the use of Palrons The Na&aiiibie Hotel.i .— Patronised by all the Leading Spoils. I'lioue Mu5{ The Hotel where yon reooive Civility and the Best of attention, combined with a First Class Table and good accommodation. CARLTON ALE. ON TA...

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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, NOV. 6, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

limes FRIDAY, NOV. 0, 1914. Local and General The monthly meeting of the Nagaiubio 1 Waterworks Trust will bo hold on Monday. Mr H. Fennolly, M. Inst. C.E., has been i appointed a justice of the pcaco for tho Central bailiwick. | | Tho marriage o( Mr Bert Smith and Miss | E, Coi was celebrated at Graytown on Wednesday by the Itev W. liaptborno, Mr P. Sullivan, stationmastcr nt Mur chi8on East, * has boon transferred to Elmoro. Mr Peart, of Rush worth, has been transferred to Ultimo, The monthly, meeting pf the Goulburn Shire Council will bo held on Monday, when tenders for works.in connection with tho Country Roads Board's proposal* will bo dealt with. Tenders for the posit ion of driver of tho council's water cart have been dealt with, and M. MTbcrson's, at-lOs per day, has been accepted. There was good compc*1 tition for the position. K splendid sample of. wheat avid oats, grown by Mr A. Cameron, " Polloch," Nogambio, is on view at Mr D. Brown's. Tho orop from which tho samirio wa...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

Churcb Services CHURCH OK ENGLAND. Ecctor : Rev. G. \V. Cm lor, R.U., Tli.L. Twonty.socond Sunday after Trinity 7.30 p.m—EvonBong nml sorwou PKESBYTEKIAN. At li a-m and 7.30 p.m Preacher, Kov A. H. Tolhurat ' METHODIST Morning at 11—Kov. Lnptliurne Evening at 7 30—Kot. Lapthoriio j ROMAN CA FHOLIC Morning at 11—Kcv. Father Kavanngh j

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State Borrowing. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

State Borrowing. Liberal electors who may he tempted to regard the approaching Stale elections as unconsidered trifles, which may well be ignored by men absorbed in a great world : struggle, should hear in miiul that i Australia is meditating a period of . heavy borrowing. Always assum i ing that the millions can be raised, ' there is not the shadow of doubt j thai the Commonwealth and the j Stales will pour them . out like , water. There is, it cannot be too ' often insisted, iio abstract objection ! to heavy borrowing either by the individual or the community. Both j the men who make enormous for tunes and those who fail hopelessly for vast sums trade 011 loaned money. Great Britain, which is undoubtedly wealthy, has a national debt of large dimensions, counler I balanced by 110 considerable assets in the .sliapc of railways, water or other revenue producing works. lfor the first time Australia will have- a war debt, but with that we have no present concern; the bor rowing in whic...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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An Inspector's Dismissal. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

An Inspector's Dismissal. Aftor twerity-four years active service as a rabbit inspector Mr W. H. 0. Hampton has been called upon by the .chief inspector (Mi1 l?rauk E. Allen) to. tendon his resignation, Jhe same to data from the end of the year. It was al leged by Mr Allen that Mr Hamp ton had not carried out his duties satisfactorily. This opinion, how ever, is not shared in the Rodney district. Reference, was made at the meeting of the Rodney Shire Council to the treatment accorded Mr Hampton. Cr J. Lilford (the 'president), expressed Regret' that such a qap^ble officer had been pushed out of his position. Crs Lancaster, J. W. Wilson, Stewart and Mitchell bIbo Bpoke. '.Cr Stew art said, that. .a. man at Undera recently wr<jte; J;o the department enquirying the moat suitablepoison cart to purchase. The chief in spector immediately wrote to. Mr Hampton pointing out that if landowners wanted this inform ation, it showed that he (Mr Hampton)-was not doing his duty. (Laughte...

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St. Andrew's Floral Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

St, Andrew's Floral Fair. The annual floral fair under the auspices of St. Andrew's Presby terian Church was hclil 011 Friday afternoon and evening last, Mr John Gordon, M.I,. A., performing the opening ceremony. The sea son has been a heart-breaking one for most gardens, but no one who viewed the beautiful exhibits in the Mechanics' Hall on Friday would have thought that we are passing through the most disastrous season in the district's history. Though the competition was not quite as great as the pro moters might have wished, the quality was there, and the display of roses, geraniums, sweet peas, etc, together with a fine collection of foliage plants and ferns was one that would have done credit to a much larger town. The display of needlework was up to the standard of former fairs, while in the cookery section the competition was also good. As usual, tlie stalls were very artistically decorated, and all appeared to do a thriving business. The stall-holders were—Refresh ment, Mrs...

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Nailing a Lie. The following letter appeared in last week's Euroa "Advertiser":— [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

.Nailing a Lie. The following letter appeared In last- week'&Euroa; "Advertiser":— Sir,—It . has beep reported to me that some malicious scandalmonger has been spreading false and wicked reports concerning . me, ■ Scandal has a thousand tongues and no body, so It Is difficult to trace the origin of this cruel and cowardly He. I crave space in your cqlumus to deny"w.ltb indignation every state ment; that throws doubt ou my loyalty, I am not; a German. There Is not a drop of German blood in my veins. ■ I have never in my life expressed, a ^isloyal word or done'a disloyal action, either in private or public. Jn my; school the JJnion Jack was always saluted, not once a week, 'but every'day, by every "pupil <iu the school. -I/have preached patriotism at all times to my pupils, and have always celebrated Empire t>ay 'in fuller form than- Depart-; mental Instructions demanded., In spector Sax ton, hearing these rumors, visited I<ongwood school ot) October 3...

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Irrigation Development. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

Irrigation Development. One effect of the dry weather has been to turn tho attention of many settlers to the irrigation districts, and it is expected by the Water Commission that the test aiforded this season will mean considerable development of irri gated farming in Victoria. In stead of being only an adjunct to farming, the commission remarked in ita hist annual report, irrigation is becoming an indispensable fea ture. With the development that is inevitable in tho imuiediato future, and with tho restoration of prosperity to the. State, it must fall upon the Ministry to ensuro that the centre^ of the irrigation districts shall not be of the aver age country township pattern, but shall be'modelled on the lines of the garden centres in the irriga tion districts of tho United States. Mr Elwood Mead, chairman of tho Water Commission, has collected a great deal of information on the subject, and during the recent •visit of Mr W. B. Davidge, tho town-planning expert, he conferred with ...

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Nagambie Annual Regatta. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

Nagambie Annual Regatta. Tlio following Idler lnis boon issued by tlio secretary (Mr (I. Tjittlolleld) to nil interested in tlio holding of tlio :uuuml Regatta:— " Tlio Ntigambio Rowing Oliib has decided to proceed with the making • of arrangement!; for tlio minimi Uegaiin on 2Glh December noxt. The Cominittoo of the club is inviting the co-operation and sym pathy of those citizens id' the town and district, who, whilo tliey may not actively Follow rowing us a sport, or wish to join in the ordin ary administration of the club, yet | may bo willing to support I lie I Rowing Club in the holding of the j Regatta. i It is proposed to continue tlio i system that was found to work well previously, viz., to manage the Kogatla by p, special Com mittco formed from tlio club com I mittec. Tlio bulk of tlio work will necessarily, and as usual be clone by n few, but tlio formation of a large, influential, and repre sentative committee, will ensuro tlio success of tlio Regatta, rind greatly aid ...

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Produce by Post. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

;• r . . j t •—. r i .f : Produce by Post. - There is reason to believe thai the system ..of. distributing produce by post has not been either the finan cial success or .the; public benefit that was hoped when it was launched at the beginning of the depart mental year. It is even, possible that the system may ber abolished altogether. • Ttje ■ Postmaster- General, ^ Mr Spferice, st&ted on Wednesday"that he intended looking into the.whole matter, and unless it could be shown that the produce delivery phase of the Postal departmental business gave promise of soon being established on a payable basis some thing would have to be done to stop the dr^ii). Mr Spence intimated f|iat in.his opinion the first respon sibility of the post office was the diatobution of mail matter, in asso ciation with telegraphic, telephonic, and money order business, and any-, thing'else oould be regarded as only ap appendage - which 1 might prove very cpstly in certain ((ircumstances. He could not'see...

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Tennis Association. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

Tennis Association. A meeting 9: the delegates of the District Tennis Association was held at Tallarook on the 29th tilt., wheu there were present:—Messrs W. Gilmour (Tallarook),jD. Flem ing (Sugarloaf Creek), E. Hol loway* (Avenel), A. Taylor (Sey mour),. C. D. Ryau (Nagambie) and T, Lynch (Stony Creek). * It was decided that the club form ing the association should be—Tal larook A. and B.t Avenel A. and B., Stony Creek, Sugarloaf Creek, Seymour, Railways; Broadford and Nagambie. The entrance fee was fixed at £\ Is per team, and clubs flaying two teams must register their first four players, who will be' only allowed to play in the " A " team. THK DRAW. Tho draw resultod ns follows, tho gamo to bo played on tho courts of tho first mentioned club Nov. 7—Seymour v Tallarook A ; Broad* ford v Avenel A; Tallarook B v Sugarloaf Creek'; Railways v Nagambio; Avenel B v Stony Creek. Nov. Iti—Avenel A v Nagambio; Stony Crock v Seymour; Railways v Avenol B; Sugarloaf Crook v Broadford; Talla...

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THE PREMIER'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

THE PREMIER'S SPEECH. Finance will be the keynote of the policy speech that will be de livered by the Premier (Sir Alex ander Peacock) at Creswick on Sat urday night. What he. will have to state will depend to a' large ex tent on the arrangements that can be made through the Common wealth Government for carrying out the expenditure contemplated in the Appropriation Bill passed by the last Parliament. This provides for works estimated to cost £6,000,000. The State Ministry recognises .that at this time, when the thought of the people is con centrated on the effects of the war and the drought; practical measures alone should--receive immediate consideration, Business men and working.meii and women want to know how they can best tide over the period of financial strain through which they were passing. This is receiving the closest aqd most constent attentiou of the Ministry! It is felt' that a lead must be given in maintaing confi dence and credit.' Public works of, a. reproductive cha...

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STATE ELECTIONS. THE WARANGA SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 November 1914

STATE ELECTIONS. THE WARANGA SEAT. A largely nttentled meeting of the supporters of Mr John Gordon was held in the Mechanics' hall 011 Monday evening last, for the pur pose of taking steps to again secure liis return. AH parts of the district were represented, and there were also several ladies present. Mr Wm. Wilson was voted to the chair, and in stating the objects of the meeting referred to the work done by Mr Gordon during the time he had been their representative, lie had represented them splendidly —iu fact they had never had a better man'. The two elections he had fought had been won by a few votes each time, so if he were going to be opposed 011 this occasion—which he hoped would not he the case—they would have to he up lind doing. Organisation counted for a lot. Mr W. H. M'l.tod moved that Mr Wm. Wilson be appointed chairman of the committee. ! Mr A. Mi Orpwood seconded the Motion. Mr Wilson pointed out that while quite \villing to carry out the duties of chairman, lie thou...

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SHEARING DELAYED. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 November 1914

SHEARING DELAYED. The broken weather In New Zealand has considerably, delayed shearing . operations there. It is estimated that only one-third of the sheep have jet! been shorn, while In some places In . tho South Island a start has not yet j . been made- i

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COMPULSORY WIRELESS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 November 1914

COMPULSORY WIRELESS. + j There is no doubt as to the fact that compulsory installation of wire- ' less telegraphy on oceun-golngr steam- ; ers is both justiiied anil necessary. i . Kecent maritime history has proved j over and over ajxain the life-flavin^ | power which lies in the Possession of | 'the Marconi apparatus in time of j storm or danger. Quite recently the I burning Rhip "Volturno" save us a f remarkable illustration of the power I of thin great modem safeguard, and MO rouls undoubtedly owe their liven t<> th<» ether waves which carried thrir crifK for help to distant steam ers. Ilnrinu the Inst few months hundnvk anh hundreds of people have been s »vcd hy this great. invisible for<v which annihilate distuuee, and eliminates the silence and dang-erg of the deep. C\»ntr.isting th<»*o instances, it is almost certain that had the ill-fated "W-aratah" possessed a wireless ap paratus, some, if not nit, of her 200 passengers would ...

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Local Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 November 1914

Local Fixtures.. Water Trust Meet icy—Second Monday each month. ■ Jotmcil Mooting—Second Monday each month.

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