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

i The Magambie Volunteers, Splendid progress is being nmdo by the committee who havo in hand the lUTiiiigcmoiits for tlio public send-off to the Nagambio voluuteors in tlio Mcolmmcs' ball on Friday ovouiug next. A moot ing of Indies was bold on Satur day afternoon last, wlion it was dccidod tbat ovory lady attending the social should bo tiskod to bring a small bnskot o£ eatables. A ni'st-olass musical programmo is boing arranged, aud tlio baud is also going to rondor a liumbor of itoiuB. A featuro o£ tlio ovoniug will bo a display of bayouot drill by tlio volunteers. Tlio tickots aro going off well, aud Friday, 27th Novombor, protuisos to bo a momornblo dato iu Nagauibio's history.

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

Lord-Bobertur " Well done)i tIiqa1go6d ,:and faithful, servant," isan epitaph ; which the Empire might well-in scribe to the memory;' ofv the brilliant soldier whose prolonged career has now. been: brought to a. ; : close.' The late Lord- Roberts, " Bobs," as he was affectionately known to the: Army , and through , ; rthe medium of Kipling's verse also : :to the nation at large,: 'was one ,who achieved honor &nd: esteem by m qualities which made him loved, aa ' 'much as he was admired. His :reputation rose.. bigjjer in,(.overy capacity he'^' attained': As" th^ , yonng' and ardent soldier ;hp,,;disn.. played^:, energy, 1,^determination^. valdr, that gained for him . the Coveted "distinction V.C., and i steadfast devotion to duty. - As, . military commander he exhibited a l rare combination of ability, thp 1 ivrit :to..conceive plana of strategic- ; value, and the daring to carry ; them- into execution 'in spite of ! exceptional difficulties." " The march i ■from Kabul toKanda...

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Bailieston News. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

fiailieston News. (Prom Our Correspondent.) A meeting of the Bailieston branch of the Federated Timber Workers' Union was held at Mrs Lc; Deux's wine cafe on Friday evening-last.: There " was a good attendance, representatives being present from;-Whroo and Rush worth,. with a . large contingent of locals. »The business was to settle some little differences which existed, and to generally rally np the mem bers. Comrade F." Jones, organiser ofj thei Union, was present, and. treated his' hearers to' a stirring address on the necessity of livening things up, and'getting 'every cutter . to join the union, and, while he ■i expressed ^satisfaction at the number ; who Tare .[jfldiuiciaX members, com . mented adversely on the number , who do not pay up, and others wha will not join at all, but who are . content : to . reap (lie benefits of the labour and money of those who are live-. members;" and pay their fees. Comrade.Jones Is strongly in favor of the organisation tendering for all sleepe...

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The Wool Market. Melbourne, Nov, 16. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

The Wool Market." Melbourne, Nov, 16. I Dalgety and Co. held their third wool sale of the season to-day, when they1 offered a well .selected cata logue of 2,700 bales, the wools being specially suitable for present requirements of manufacturers, Practically all. the- wool was of comeback , or . crossbred growth, in nice condition, free, or nearly. free,! from.burr.... The catalogue drew the demand, which was much : keener than last week, with the result that prices ; all • round were: distinctly, better.."■■iWith the mexCeptioh of < earthy, burry, faulty wooliv'exeep- ' tionally few1-of which werefcbta- : logued; thev market!1 aS^'cbiijpiai-ed1 ■ with eud of last week shows ah advance 6f-': par to'1 five; per'Ycetit. ; Dalgetys will sell each Monday ex- " fcepting November 30th, wlii<;li> week has been given.qver' tq;..A8ep' laide;sales;"r£ind they will" continue , to offer.,wools suitable to ,the,',de- j; mand','J "The following 'clip's'■•tea.-. Used Is per...

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

Topical Talk. @@@@ According to tlio latest War nows the British arc doing well in tho fighting Hue, imcT wo retul tlmt tho Canadians aro to bo thoroughly trained before being sout to tho front. Thoy will thon 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* gvood. We g*otin early with oxir Indent lines, and not a sing-le one was injured by the Battle cry. . There is not a better purchased stock in Australia than the '~l one we possess to-day. Make it your business to investigate at once. A. E. GflDD, NAGAMBIE STOBES -vy J fj Now Showing. | s > Choice Selection I S ;""0i S j NEW SEASON'S., NOVELTIES. $ * "The'Newest Designs 1 In. up^tp-date: u Dres$;Materials; Sponges, Poplins, Katines, "Crepes^ JjombaTds and Brocaderos, Grafton Voiles, Etc. Agent for the celebrated CRTJM'S Wariung. Prints._ Fine Eange of New Patterns showing. MII^INEBrYf ^ fl'rimmecf and Keady-...

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

TABI1E SOTEL, Ci.nic'r STATION' & lllUU-St.-ects, nncKMBiB. ' ,p. .VB'H.vr««aa (I/tlc ot" Kyabr w\. . I.lKGtf to N-Viiy ilifj Public of Na.^nmbie aiul district thai lie lins lahvn cvvr |!j« abc.vc Hotel from Mr J. IJ.irry and by sti :ct ;iiU*niito business to merit ,a fair oharo <>{ pa ws:.,... ' f.t'nn Accommodation (Jood SrAULixa Mouknatk Tukms Attkntivb Okoom Best Kranus ot Wines and Hpirils. CJritgrioa Hotel. L. .'.MASON (Late Mr A Lever) Wishes io announce lo Itic residents of Nagambie anil District lliaY'lie-lias l.ikon ovir tlio bnsinoss of tiic above, well • 1,'iicm'it 1I"U I, niul intent!? to eater for patrons by supplying tha best in everything. rie;tsme Boats always available. OoucI Stabling ami Groom.' THY A GLASS Victoria Ale The Valley Hotel, ■ ; NHGP-mBIE. . UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. \ 'v. - - mts. G. Pianeiii. (LATE OF WAHRING) - TTAVING taken possession 'of the AA abovo Hotel,informs her friendaand •the public generally that every endeavor 'will be...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. •Rector : Rev. O. W. Carter, R.D., Th.L. : ^Sunday before Advont.-" 1 • 7 30 p m—EvcDBong and Sermon \ ■ PKESBYTfiKIAN. {**?>;?( ! At 11 a-m and 7.80 p.m ' \ t ''if i Treacher, Eev A, H. Tqlhurafc 1 \ J METHODISTr . : Morning at H—Mr Jen kin ■ Evening at 7 30—Kef. Lapthorno ; ROMAN C^rHOUC, ; ' Morning at 11—Rev.Falher Eavanagh

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

'"■[.v Wedding. ; FERGUSON—WOODS. — On tlto 10th November, at Soyuiour, bythoRev. G; W. Carter, Jolin Thomas, second young* : oat son of Thomas ForgUBon, of Gray, r town, to Jo^sio, third youogoal daughter • of John Woods, of Nagatubto.; '< -i) ■. •

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Red Cross League. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

Red Cross League, Tho committed of the Nagambio branch of tho Roil Cross Loague desires to aoknowlcdgo tho recoipt of tho following: —Miea Foadick 1 Ob, Miss Hill handkerchiefs, Mrs Caolli sooks, Miss Bazoloy cups nfld mufflers, Mrs Buzelcy material for cushions. Tho local branch, which hns dono such sploudid work in tho pnst, is finding it vory 'difficult to continue owing to tho lack of public support. With tho object of arousing interest in tho movo niont a public mooting will bo hold in tho Mechanics' Ilall on Tues day next, at 3.30. p.m., when it is hoped that nil interested in tho league will mako a special effort to attond. Wo would point onfc that tho inovomont is not | limited to tho ladies of Nagambio alono, but that thoso from tho country who wonld bo willing to \ assist would bo heartily wolcomod. With so much yet to bo done, and such urgent requests for comforts for our. troops, it iB hoped that as one way at least of helping tho Empire's cause tho work of the Bed Cross...

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Cricket Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

Cricket Notes. rV .A. meeting of delegates repre senting the Waranga Association ,was held at Bailieston on Saturday afternoon; when delegates for'the four clubs, viz., Moora, Nagambie, Bailieston, and Murchlgon, were present, Messrs "W. R. Bourke and Hi M'Donald representing Nagam bie. i Officers were elected as,, fol low:—-President, Mr J, A. Bailey vice-presidents, 'Messrs G. Jones, •B.- M'Donald, H. Day, and J. M|Crae; secretary and treasurer, 'Mr W. E. Cochrane. • A few slight .alterations were made In the rules, *tid it was resolved tfet the matches fcomme«®? on Saturday, Nov. 28. Jp^ej president (Mr Jas. Biiley) Again announced bis intention of giving a bat for the best batting, afjgjegate. The following is .the; ,,vHqr, aa.—Murohlion v. Moom .1 ""Vi ; Bailieston y.8«g»mbi«. A 8.—Ntgunbl* y. Murohiaon : I ■ • Moom t. B*iUwton ;i\ 1J.—Moo»t. N««*mbio ««»•. I '' BoiliMtoD V.,UntohiBos' niwi. 80.—Moom t. Uonhiion . V «*rT Kagambli y; BtUiMtoD i ;fen. 80.—MumUmo t. Nigwnblo ■•muT...

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Church Social. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

Ohurch Social. On Monday evening lost thero was ft lorgo gathering of parish ioners at St. John's Parish Hull in honor of Miss E. Guppy, whoso 1 nrnrriago lo Mv 13. A. She] ton, of. Shopparton, was colobrated Inst Wednesday. Tho Rector (tho Itov. G. W. Giu'loi') pvcsidocl, ami oil behalf of tho congregation and teachers and Rcholars of tho Sunday sohool presented Miss Guppy with a handsomo hot water jug, nnd in doing ao referred to tho work Miss Guppy had dono for tho church and tho Sunday school. A musical programmo was contributed to by Miss Constnblo, Miss Riviere, Miss Carter and tho Rev G. VV. Carter, whilo Miss Ruby Kilgour recited and Mr F. W. Hill gnvo several items 011 his graniophono. Great amusement yvas got out of several novol com petitions, nnd altogether a most enjoyablo evening was spent.

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MR. J. GORDON AT LONGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

MR, J. GORDON AT LONG WOOD. Mr J. Gordon, tlio retiring member find tho solcctcd Liboral candidate for Waranga, addressed the electors at Long wood, on Fri day night,whori there was ,a good attend* aneoi Mr Allan Down presiding. Mr Gordon, who was well received, said bo^had/roprogonted tho olcetors for threo years, bat had not seen as many^ peoplo in the electorate as bo would have liked owing to.giving.bis whole time to Parliamentary matters, and looking aftor tho interests of his. constituents. .. He.desired to give a brief aceourifc'of his actions as their repre sentative,. and mentioned efforts in securing .'grants and concessions for his electorate. Throe years ago ho said he said ho was go ing to press for bctter ;'cducational facilities '^cfcoole, teachers* rosidcncos, etc. Fifty contacts hadbcen let in the threo years for State school improvements, and over .£13»0CXlapentf:as:againsfc-about -£2000 in tbo three years previous to his election to rarUapqwifo -^to,waB in favor ....

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Avenel Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

Avenel Notes. Tenders have at last been invited, for repairs to the Avenel State school, and it is no doubt due, to the efforts of Mr John Gordon, M.IcA., who, having a knowledge that the repairs were badly needed, has induced, .the Minister, to pro ceed with the work. Tenders close on 3rd December. •; A send-off is to be given to the local-, soldiers on Friday evening at the Public hall.. Corporal Smith, of the tight Horse, is secretary, and ia- doing-his-utmost to make everything, a success. The local boys, Messrs .W. Newton,'R. Shel-: ton, R. Young, J. ^Melbourne, and E. Fontana; also G, Robinson, G." Whitechurch, and' W. Newnham; frpm.Mangalore, who are going to the front, will be present, and.each will be made a presentation'.: A first class programme- has >been arranged, and the ladies of the^disr. trict are attindibg lto.' ..refje'sh ments. " '! "Owingito.titerbad season-the race club have decided not to hold, a the new year, "! ,■ /The friends of. Mr D. Hourigan will regr...

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Graytown Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

Graytown < Jottings. «l : • (From our CtiWo'epdridont). v. A most welcome change ia the weather took plade oil the afternoon of the 16th, when' a thunderstorm, followed by steady rain, passed over the district, 95 points beijig regis tered. A. heaviervfaU .would, have done much more .good,, of course, as \yljat we received did not put much, water, in some of the dams or creeps,. The fall has relieved the straiti:,for the present, and is a good omen;/or more t& follow. . ' Mr. John Gordon,. Liberal candi date .for: Waranga;? addressed a well attended and sympathetic; meeting at O.ddy's .hotel on the. 16th< inst. A larger number of. ladies attended the meeting than , have been present at any previous election meeting, Mr Gordon gave; a lucid statement of what the Government had done, and proposed to do,Mind dwelt on that very important subject, especi ally in a time of drought and war, finance. At the conclusion of his ; address a vote of confidence in th...

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STATE ELECTIONS. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

STATE ELECTIONS. THE NOMINATIONS. Nominations closed oh Monday for tlio genoral elections of anothor Legislative Assombly. Sixty-fivo seats wore thrown vacant. In tlio Inst Parliament <14 of tlioso wore hold by Ministerialists, and 2) by the Labor Opposition. Sixteen of tlio ox-members lmvo boon ac corded tho luxury of a walk over, ami 127'candidates stand uonii nntod for tlio other tO seats. Of the unopposed members, sevon are Ministerialists, including tlio Pre mier, tho Ministor of Agriculture, and tho Minister of Education. Tlio other nino bolong to tho Op position, and tho lendor of tho Labor party is among thom. For tlio YVnranga seat Mr J. Gordon is boing opposod by Mr 1). W. Nagle, n Labor.candidate*, Tho elections will bo lioid on Thursday, 26th iust., undor tlio proferontial sys tom. r It1,.isri:,npt[»blo s {hat this systoiii of .' voting is giving, tho oleclo?3 ii Tvido* choice in eight electorates, in oaoh of which thoro aro from throo to six candidates. Tho u...

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Locksley Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

LocksleyMemi. ■ , -) (From oar Correspondent.) Mr John Gordon addressed the; s \ electors; in'.ttie local public Hall.cm !; Friday," 13th insf.'" There was " a very good attendance, and the can didate was .very, attentively listened to.--Mr-P.~J.- Roberts occupiedthe " chair. , Mr Gordon gave a .brief 1 resume' at' tiisi' Worfduring' the'pist three years, and mentioned inci dentally that the interests .of ; his lelectorate: lwer« varied embracing ^est,,'groviri(jg,,id«iryipg,, grMingi'-^ wood-cutting, elf., and.c|Aimedtbjkt ...< he1 had done? his' best:' to represent .all sections - faithfully. He ! fully 1 :e*plaiqsd tjje ppsiUqn J^i had J^kei > iip In regard to the Redwtrib«|tiq» of,,.A Seats; BiU, *nd also dealt with . matters relating:to education,-riiib' ways, finance, dppersettjepeut and cr . Water conservation. "At the, coj* )(„ elusion of his address! 'big1 received' a ' hearty round of applause, and as no questions ' 'were iforthcoiMiing' the meeting terminate...

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MR. D. W. NAGLE AT NAGAMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

.ME, D. W. NAGLE AT NAOAMBIE. Mr D, W. Nnglo, tho scIoctod Lftbor can tlidatc for tho Waranga scat, addressed n mooting in tbo Mochanics' Hall on Monday evening. Mr J. A. Sullivan, president of tholocal branch of tho PX.O. presided, and Mr J. MAthowa, M.II;R.,was also on the platform. Thero woro about 80 eJcctore present. -. - • Mr 'Nnglo, who was . recoived with ap» plaueo, said be appeared before them that ovoning as tho solcctcd Labor, candidate forWarangain opposition to.tho retiring! member. Although perhaps ho^ : was I politically unknown to .-thorn he .did not come as a strongor in their midst. * Ho had boon a rcsidont of Miepoll for 35 yoars, and hod considerable landed 'interests "in that district. Ho had for twelve 'yearaj been a member of tho Euroa Shire Council/ and bad filled tho presidential ohair* -Al though ho was practically incxperieaoedaa far as political campaigning; vyorfc vwas con- j cemed. ho had had a deal ofsjpablic expert.] encc, and considered ho was fitte...

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ELECTION MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 November 1914

ELECTION MEETINGS. Mr John Gordon will address tlio olootors on Monday next at Mr A. Rubii's, Mitchollstown, at 2 p.m., and . at tho Mechanics' llall, Nagambie, at 8 p.m. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 November 1914

A NURSE FOR 20 YEARS. . Nurse Evans •f Ttiratma tad Vkttria, write* her opinion of CLEMENTS TONIC N 49 Froroit Strtet. >*tb. Melb., 18/4/12. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "1 hare heea miai for twenty Tern in Tu ■uia um Victoria, w mj experience mtm t leaithj period. When patieit* are weak and low, « am ■est Iomw the be*t nedi dae to (We • patirat,. Some I bare parted ban -been w ill I Perer could tare Ukep their case oil/ I knew Clementi Tone wonld quickly restore thear to health. Whit .1 a».' writing.ii founded oil ex perience that amoDfit all medicines Clements Tonic it (int. It i» the nurses' friend, a reliable medicine that will restore the lick to health. (»««« NURSE EVANS." * Always V«;i this Medicine on bamJ slid you xvl I keru healthy. U yuti ret It YOU «JKT lUfAM'JI. AND HKI.Ii:i' 1'KOM I.OSS *)V SI.IiKl', WliAKN'KSS AliHK IU,NKS«, CONh'J'lI'A HON. !.VI)U;i:STK)N, FOUtt AI'PI'.'I'I I K, WJiAK NMRVH8, U!id 'AD STORES rciCIIKMISTS SELL IT. Ui JS5 MXtiHIvl) CO.\ll'OUNl>-Fur C.h.-I...

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Draw and Date of Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 November 1914

Draw and Date of Matches. ! Nov. '23.—Murchison v. Moora Bailicstou v. Nagambio Doc. 5.—Nagatnbio v. Murchison Moora v, Bailicston I>cc« 1'J.—Moom v. Nagambio Bailicston v. Murchison Jan. 23.—Moora v. Murchison . Nagambio v. Bailicston 1 Jan. 30.—Murchison v. Nagambic Bailicston v. Moora • Feb. C.—Nagambic v. Moora Murchison v. Bailicston Fob. 13.—Viicant Saturday. Cooimcoco again on Feb. *20th and con* elude on March 27th. Sune draw as above. Matcbcs to be played on the grouud of tbo first-named club. " J

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