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The Wool Market. 9th Nov., 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 November 1914

Thei Wool Market 9th Nov., 1914 Wool sales wefe, resumed in Melbourne to:day, when Dalgetys offered a catalague.o( four tliuusaud biles, composed entirely of fleece wool, the.; selection being made up to suit the requirements of the trade. Unfortunately the slump in the market has come iimr.e'r suddenly than was; expected* consequently the sale was a disappointing one. The average fall- in values 3s.com-. pared with Oalgety's bpooiing sale of two weeks b.efore being 2d per lb. t though there were odd lots whioh showed but little decline. In view of the atrqng clo&e of the sales in London on S:\turctay last, it is doubt ful whether ;uch.a slump in values as occurred to-day is-warranted, more particularly as regards cross bred wools, and corisequeptly Dal-: gety's passed - in fully/ half their, catalogue. Growers must,' bear in mind that,ptijes were at ^fictitious level two weeks' ago, and though prices bid to-day were very dis appointing, especially for merino wool, they , ha...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Gouburn Shire Council. MONDAY, 9TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 November 1914

Goubum Shire Council. ♦ Monday, Wir Novkmhkr. Present: Crs Dcrum (president), Wilson, Cummins, Morrissy and Keady. CONnOI.liNCH. Oil the council assembling, Hie President said that since their last meeting two.of their number had suffered bereavements. Cr Dcane, tlie father of the council, had been bereft of n son, and Cr' Keady had lost an aunt. He moved that letters of sympathy be forwarded to Crs Deane and Keady, and tlwit as a mark of respect the council adjourn for an hour. Cr Morrissy, in seconding the motion, said that he had known Mr Martin Dennc from infancy. He was a splendid type of Aus tralian native, and though of a quiet and retiring disposition he had made a host of friends, who admired him for his sterling qual ities. Mrs 'Keady had been one of the pioneers of the Moorilim dis trict, and was one of a band that was unfortunately fast disappearing. The motion was carried unani mously. COKiaiSI'ONDUNCi;. l'rotn Cr Gordon, apologising for liis absence from the council me...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Tennis Association. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 November 1914

Tennis Association. ,'l'uo opening .matches in connec tion ' \yitli tl|o roQonfly formec| • Association wore playttd on sftt^: day last, The Nagarabie players vimted Soymour, aud played, the llailwayB olub, which was defeated by five games after a keen straggle. Tho roHults were:— Nauaubie (is) heatkailwats Grovci and Clmlmara beat Park and Ryan ... ... ... m-0 . M'Lpod.and. h'phee bs»V ,Qtov«», . i,■> " aniOhauasis • ... 7—18 Galo and Koeto lost to Pa»k and • ky&u . ..., m'Lcod and m'l'heo boat Gale and " Koe(o' , ... ... xo*-13 •• TitUarook b (ife) beat Sugarloat Crook (20); Seymour (52) beat Tallarook a (84) j Arenel B- beat i Stouy Crook; Avonel a. beat Uroadford. The Nagambio team will pk* the avebpl ia team at '^venel^v morrow.

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FASHION'S VAGARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 November 1914

! FASHION'S VAGARIES. Fashion s decrees are unaccountable enough. The latest freak is the use I of purple face powder, which costs I from 10/ to £1 a box. It is intended ; for use at night, and when applied to ' holiday tan, the cflect is pronounoed to be charming. ]

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Cricket Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 November 1914

I Cricket Notes. I lio secretary of tho Nugambie club (Air W. R, Hourko) Iuib re ceived word from Mr AV. E. . Cochrano that. tho Aloora Cricket clnb 1ms joined tho Association, so now there appears a prospect ol' a competition being held. A dele gates' meetiny will tako place at Hailieston on Saturday afternoon (lo-niorrow), on which date tho Jloora oriekcters will visit Bailies ton. Delogales nro invited to he [.■resent fruin Nngambie, who may. take part in the match if they so desire, and Mr Bourke, who in tends to be present at I ho mooting, will bo glad to hoar of. any play ers wishing to make tho trip.'

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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THE WHITE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 November 1914

THE WHITE OITT. Boxing day reports the record at- , tendance of pleasure seekers at tbe 1 I White City, Sydney. Sixty thousand people attended its vartal dtlightA during the day. I

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Obituary. MR MARTIN DEANE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 November 1914

Obituary, Mr Martin Deans. The news of the death of.Mr Martin Deaue, second son of Mr P. Deane, of Wahring, which sad event occnred on the 5th inst . at Balwyn, came as a great shocfc to his friends in this and neighboring districts. Mr Deane,: Who was only 34 years of age, was a; native of Wahring. A fine' stamp of Aus tralian native,"he haidby his mauly and uprlgKt character made , many friends, who''are 'deeply' grieved that he should have been cut off in the prime of manhood. A lover of qll. manly sports, he . took special interest in coursing, and was a very staunch supporter of the Wahring club; About: two years ago his health, began to fail, but though'his .condition was known..toi be, grave, fe^. knew that .it was . such as to Wuse alarm, and news of his demise cast quite a gloom over the district, and the sincerest sympathy is felt for . the relatives' of' the deceased in their sad , bereavement.' • The remains were brought to Nagambie for interment, and the large cortege w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 November 1914

Win© Cmim, W.C.SULLIVAN BEGS to announce that lie lias taken over the Wine Cafe recency carried on by Mrs J. Beams, and trusts by strictly attending.to the requirements of patrons to merit i share of public patronage. ONLY GOOD WINB WILT. BE FOUND ON THE SHELVES. Good Accommodation. Kirst-classTabl* Slabling and Attentive Yardsman. Nurse Evans of Tasmania and Victoria writes her opinion of Viii. MMtV, Ys ■<;!:. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I hare been mining for twenty vein in Tat mania and Victoria, 50 my experience covers a lengthy period. When patients arc weak and low, a nurse mutt know the best medi cine to gire a patient. Some I hare nuned have been so ill I never could have taken their case only 1 knew Clementi Tonic would quickly restore them to health. What 1 am writing is founded on ex perience that amongst all medicines Clements Tonic is first. It is the nurses' friend, a reliable medicine that will restore the sick to health. <SiI0tj) nurse EVANS." s keep t...

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Locksley Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 November 1914

Locksley Mems. (From our Correspondent.) The annual meeting of the   Locksley Tennis Clnb was held on   the local courts ou Saturday last.   There was a large attendance of members, and during the after-   noon several interesting and ex-   citing games were played, which   augurs well for the coming season.   The President (Mrs Hargreaves)   entertained the members and visi-   tors at afternoon tea. The elec- tions of officers for the ensuing   year resulted as hereunder:—   President, Mrs Hargreaves (re-   elected); secretary and treasurer, Mr W. J. Bennett; committee, Misses A. James, E. Morriss, A. Bowles, and Messrs P. Wikman, A. M'Kay, and P. Crockett, to- gether with the president and secretary.   The announcement that rifle clubs will shortly be allowed to resume practice is welcomed by the local "shots." The...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

CORRESFOXDE>CE. x "1 sullered for a long (toe witli BB-' vers: paina in'the back, over the Kid neys nud under the shoulder Wades, "dback-ot my neck. My back bo cam so lame that It was wltlidlffl i cuKv I could move about I Butfured i lor many. wenty moirtba. 1 triea , various advertised remedies, vihloh 1 failed -to give we the- relief I sought, ' until Warner's Safe Cure was 1.rought i to my notice. I took that medicine 1 with marvellous result. ?n,a,f 1 time tho pains and aches had all loft | I me; I am now In good health. I also i I sullered a good deal from Rheumat ism, but the Safe Cure has also era-1 1 dleated all symptoms of that complaint i i from my system. —From.Mr. u. l>a j vldson. bootmaker, 62 Commercial-, i road, Prahran, Vic. . ! "I have b3eu using your Safe Cures | i lor twenty-six iears,. aud liavo found j 1 them mo3t beneficial, in fact Warner a . Safe Cure cured one ol any daughters oi dropsy at the age of thirteen. Sbe i Is now a healthy woman, with a fain-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

LINSEED COMPOUND— For Cooglis ntul CuM*. J'clicveti Afethma unci difficult bieilhinj;. LINSEED COMPOUND—'Trade Mart of Kny's Compound Essence of Linseed for Coughs and Colds. LINSEED COMPOUND—Of 40 years' proven efficacy. . For Coughs, ..Colds, Bronchitis, et . Local Fixtures. Water Trust Meeting—Second Monday oacli month.' 1 Joimcil Mooting—Second Monday each month. WC. SULLIVAN >EGS to announce that he' has-taken P over the.Wmc.Cafe recently, carried on by Mrs J. Beam?, and trusts by strictly attending to the requirements of patrons to ' uicrit n share of pubtic patronage. ONLY GOOD WINE WILL-BE FOUND I ON THE SHELVES. Good Accommodation. Fibst-classTable | Stablin£_ano Attentive Yardsman, There's a Life-saving Power about BRONCHITIS CURE . that raises it right out of the ruck. thit and Reflect:— } "When my little girl was three years old i'i which * supervened Bronchitis, Pneumonia and She was attended by a doctor of high stand* tag. whose treatment, however, wis r.ot sue- : ....

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AUSTRALIA'S DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

AUSTRALIA'S DUTY. I ! A -i i! inn that has never e\p:ri::m::d (ho luMTors of war, cniinut ho i\\ P.tIhI to appreciate tllo wonders and " of pence. Australia stands I in thin enviable position, nn-.l—to I'arapfirase Jviplinu'V: uvll-kmnvn jtinos, '"What do they Know ot peace I ivlm only i>eace have known ?" j Various mistakes arc sure to lie I trade, and alterations found necc: j sary jn this our initiation into th? ivays of modern warfare. There , no doubt that Australia wilt have twnc time ; either i,>-i!ay, to '■.ii-nit, or tin' ;i;\v after our tfu'o o. ;: inI will I'onc when we shall have u (ig'it for existence, (■"very man wilt ih-n he needed, nnd every nun and '.votnit! untst lie prepared. He nMil trained foliiicrs, trained nurses and a oorp of auxiliary nurses. Another crying necessity is the establishment of various small alum faclories. One is needed in New South Wales for that State and Queensland ; one in Vietorin for lint State, Tasmania, and South Austra lia ; and ...

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AUSTRALIA FELIX. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

AUSTRALIA FELIX. J f. i When we in Australia s.iriounly re i loot i'n the vast area and vari:d I .-huvacterif.tics of our big island, it ji« horn in upon us that wo live in a 'country, a closer knowledge of which would he mo3t pleasurable and pro fitable. The distances are ro pre.it, and in some regions so lonely, that a thorough intimate knowledge of thr whole island is almost impossible, | Australia's backbone, the bush dwel lers, can read their environment like an open book, but to the vast ma jority of them, industrial civilisa tion's ways, ay pursued in the eitv-', are mysterious and incomprehensible. In a like manner the town dwellers display an wiU'U ignorance of the country man's life, arid his attitude . towards it. With the flight of v.ars distinct nationalities have grown up in America. This is due to the closely' packed European countries emptying their surplus population into the States. A tendency towards hetero geneity has thus developed, that the average American is ...

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Close Season. GAME [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

Close Season.; GAME Quail of bll kinds, frotu 1-t of August till luth day of February fol lowing, both d«ys inclusive The following is th?* cloBtrseuson for fiah :— Black fish from l»l September tc 31st December, bo'h dale* inclusive. English trout,- from 1st May to 31m August. Note—Any pernon fibbing with a net or.tix«d engine, in any ilu-r, creek, or ttreain, or witlnu tucli distance V^ni the mouth thereof, a« may be procluinit d by the Uoveri.or iu-Counctl, thull t.f linl !»• iu a penalty of not lesa limri £2,' cr mor»: than £20. Murray bream, Murray ood and Murray percb, from 1st October to 30th November each year, both dates iuclusive Penalty .—Any person t«king, sell iug, or exposing for sale during close season for any species of iiab, any tidh of such specie*, shull be liable to a penalty not exceeding £20 NYeigbi*.—Black liali, 4 uw jjUeam, 5 oz«ij cattish, 4 uzij Murray , cod, Iba ; Munay perch, 8 tizsJ t .'out of Mi kindu not io be under 8 ozs. Any persou taking, Belling,...

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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, NOV. 20, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

®hf IgUgambu &imc$ FRIDAY, NOt. 20/1914. > Local and ^General. The death is rcported.ot Mr Robert Hen durson StrawhorD, of Jnnofield, Rushworth, aged 51 years. Mr Bobt. CottriU, a resident of Soymour (or the past 85 years/.died on the; 12th inst. Mr A, Frcncb, dontist, will visit Ntvgam. bie on "21st and 23rd inst., and may bo cop suited at the Valley Hotel/ " Wo notice that amongst tho prize-takers at'the Kilmoro show, held on Saturday,. Miss F; M'Nab, of,4Mslay:Valo,"- Tttbilk,. secured firstpriso for bome-mado broad; "• i Tho programme ol thp annual Goulburn Weir Sport®, to be held on New Year's Day, also of' tho Longwood races, to bo held on Boxing Day/appears in another column. A general meeting; of the members of tho Ntigamble Turf Club will be hold at Mason's Hotel o£ Tuesday evoning next, Q-lthinst,, at 8 p.m., when the question of holding a Februaipr meeting v?iU be discussed... .. The Imlf-reatiy meeting of'the membera of the local.branch.. the.Australian Native...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

S.'E. Cox, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER. KOYAT, MAIl. I'l'll.DINC.S. Kep.iiis executed oil the premiss Scissors ground. Um'irelh.-; rep.iiiCil All varieties Saws set and sharpened SPKCTACI.ES. Gold rimmed am! all classes of Spectacles ri paired. Victorian Producers' Co operative Co. Ltd. liKGISTK.KKD OlTICE : Wool. Exchanv.k Biui.Pixas, 405 Com.ins Street, Memioukxe. J. Williams \VMSHKS to notify ilnt he lias been \ > appointed Local .Agent for the above Company, and all communications addressed to Na^airbic l\>yI Otticc will recrive prompt attention. Aueiit for all classes of Mnchinerv, llasscli's Manures, Kal Stock, Kic. Weekly Sales, of Live Stock held in Melbomne mul Itcrtdi^. Thitc months Free Sloiage on Uiain. The above Com- , pany act as Selling Agents for every class of Karni Produce, including Wheat, Oat?, Barley, Chaff, ctc. ^ ; Agents South ]>ijti>h Insurance Com panv. Live Stock, Kire and Accident at lowest rates. _\<p8lce I SUBSCRIBERS Wh...

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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

;,M,TJbift W^jher, droMght%wel.. corao break in the. ^gather,; pl«W #?'*^J^jjajr"' afteWobn' laat, andjSf poiottt were i^glBfef^ np ! !to ft o'clock on Toeidfty mowiirig.1! Though too late to benefit ,^ho | erojjs to any extent, thff fell'dw % | lot if good in replenishing <tanl$ J andjdamB, and Btartipg a growth pf {grass. _ Tho„..fall wna-fcirly gonjral throughout--. th»--«tistor'1 •Yesterday further showers £e)I.

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these [?] regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

PGSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where tiso h:r:n "Tho Com-rrr.n wealth*' »!• tivfil ji, iH'JKioi'lioM with theso i..n* .j:m. it. V.x[nr.i, UrU lig.vo Noi'Jolk l.K'.TMUS. rvery } o-jjiv or Initio,-) thereof. 1« ,M:verx v.i;hi:i the Comn.on v.v.m i, o 1 Tor tlx-Jjvoiy i:i the British Em pit o 0 1 1\>. deliver?' in t)u« No.v Hobrdes, ^ and 'lorn* Islands ..0 2 'for delivery in other ptaces. .... 0 2} LETTER GAUDS. For delivery within tJio Commonwealth: Single, id. each; reply, Id. each half. For delivery in the I>»itish Empire (sou list of places under "Letters*')—Sin ,;ie Id- each. K.v delivery in New Hebrides, Batiks, an ;1 Torres Islands—Single, I'd, each, for delivery in other places— Single, 2Jd. each. POST CARDS. I'ostcanU impressed with tho Id. stamp, and Reply or double cards, each halt of which has the Id. stamp impressed thetvon, may he transmitted to mace* within tho Comtr.o:iwealth, aud t»- :hoto places, entmjer:i:od under ,r. -iters," to which letter* may ho ttat.smtti...

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Tennis Association. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

Tennis Association. The Nngnuibio four, Messrs 0. D. llynn, S. Park', A. M'Leotl, nntl h. MTlieo, visited Avonol on iSnlurdny Inst, nrnl scored a viotory over tlirj Avonol A town. In tlio oilier nmtolioa Seymour bent Stoncy Creole; Brondford bent Stiguvlonf Creek; Knilivnys boat Avonol ; Tnllnrook A boot Tnllnrook D. To-morrow's limtelics wo: Nngnmbio v. Tnllnrook A, nfc Nngnmbio; Tnllnrook 13 v. Ayenol A; Brondford v. Stonoy Creek; A\'e»el I! v. Sngnrlonf Creek; Seymour v. Haihvnys.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

I Gregory's WAHBING STORES. Spring: and Bummer Goods, A Fine Collection. SUITS to Measure. Como and Inspoct our Now Pattern Books. All the Latest Styles Shown. Suits to Measiire from 35 s. "Wahring Stores. t Mrs H. Large, i Dressmaker. 1XADIES' <fc CHILDREN'S CLOflilNG ,\Z DEPOT, r *' ' High Street,' Ntignuibio; " Crepe one-picco Dress, killed' front, All -colors, 9/0 - . i White* Embroidered "Voile-- Robe,- emb basdue,*'33/0*and 25/' '*r v - White Crepe de Cherio - Atriorloaa- Eobo, • - .. White UnderakirtB, from-i/fl .to 18/6 .■ White self stripe- Voile Bobei'sUIcfloral . ,;7 • . : collfl»and'cuff,14/(^ ; • BLOUSES/' ' WkfteSilir; Americitbstylei OjOjp)TnssoraJ : ;rr-r* White Embroidery from 2/0j'FlprAl Crepe ! d8 Chene Silk,.10/0 ; LacaJXlonW," T/GT .• ^ lafant# . White.-Bronets, ■#!&$ | ,,, ... T—,Mobl. T—^, : Camisoles a specialty; from V(il'j A|U classes of sowing done. Children's' j. Dresses, Boys^Suits, bto.,.'at lowe8t pif(ceu.;j £ All altorationeoa Keady...

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