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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papna Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island." LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 February 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Whore tbo term "The Common wealth" is U9ck1 in connection with thos< ratos and regulations it includes Fnpnu. Lord Howe lalani, and Norfolk Island.' LETTERS. For ovorv \ ounce or fraction thereof. *<v delivery Within the Common ^ wealth ................ 0 1 I'or delivery iu the British Em ,, P1;®... o i 1-Oi delivery m the Xew Hebrides Dunks, aud iorro« Islands ..0 2 i."i <Ji-.i,t»ry .u other pi:uv.> 2i LLTiKu bWtivlivrVx V. 'h J Ichndr i iorioj. . ^..t delivers hi ovner pl.uvs'-- it • Jd. wirl!. POST C.UID*. • uuyuss.- j lU. fcU.u.p, .t..d or »: •. I'.JCh »«]> Of VVhJOh iW« UK < r, . ...) 'impressed thm-oii, n,uy be tr;i -um tv uact«« within the CoiuiLonwr . au • t» bore places, oitun<er.. .<i do* •T», to which lelier b Jl.i >a.it:,d at the |\ U- o. iU. ... , Inwe tauts i»uy «}».; be »\,; v, places o-her iha.i thos. I above, provided that ju extra •<: itt ueaive s...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cricket Notes. MURCHISON v. NAGAMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 February 1914

Cricket Notes. MURCHISON v. NAGAMBIE. After a Itipso ofsoveral seasons Murchison visited Nagarobio on Saturday last to play an Association raatoh. Tbegamo proved a very oven one, each sido oxcoHing in bowl ing more than batting. In the absence of tbo.captain and vice-captain, Mr D. Brown was oppointcd skipper, a post ho worthily filled. Mr Handflold, successor to Mr F. G. Osborne, played his first match, with the locals, and gives promise of being a good all-round crickoter, and a' wclcomo addition to thoNagambic tonn, of whioh A. and II. M'Donald and T. Mills woro absentees on Saturday. Tbo Nagambio ground is; evi dently not oonducivo to bigb scoring, for on only one occasion during tbo past two years has 100 runs been mado in an Association match on-it. A good concroto wicket is what is urgently required, and next season will, wo understand, soo an effort mado to put one down. Nurchisoifbattod first, and their wickets began to fall quickly. With flvo down for 15, the chances woro ...

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

An Ocmee of pipe Protection Is Worth a Ton of Water Pressure. \ " The liability of being burned ont during vthe liot weather is always there. . . I Hill "AJAX" FIRE EXTINGUISH KB Should find a place in every household. ^ We tin re proved its vnlue fir n certainty. It lins helped to snve 'nicHSMiiiU i.f 1V:iim1> \wr;h "1 property in Nngambie. . Be (•tr-|-wirr! !..i i n i Hit u,h\ K-■ yi.ur turn next. . . P. E: GADD, N A G A MBIE STORES. v> : i 4 : "? a . . i $ The G-reat Heat "Wave Sfe HAS PASSED. BUT ,THE . w Bargain Sale j * Yj Is Still Going* Strong. y" V . 1 A Don't miss this Opportunity for * Bed Hot Bargains, r, - - At - - ■ v I). BROWN'S f Jpjj^ Stores. ^ ■ II ' t 1 o wai & Co .151 ,^'aillb i >L' Ij- iies. Cji OAlCS. I uur tiu.rgH.ms have been well received during the put busy weekj and we have still more well worth catching. • Some of the Special Lines for Z | this week are as follows; * i (JtuUreu's Liueno Tunic Uiessea ... ... 2e 6d >»» Ludieu' Cambric (...

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

TABXLK HOTEL, Corner STATION & UIGH-Strccts, NRGHMBIE. J. N I.Vi'<l!4U (Late of ICyabr..ni. RUGS to Nolily the Public of .Vajjambie nncl district that be lias taken over tJic above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and trusts by sliicl :■ I ten t i" 11 t> > business to 'nerit a fair share of pationage. Gook ACCOMMiDAIIuX Ouou Sl'AULIN'G Modhuaik Ti-knis Attuntivk Gkooji , J'est J!ramls of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. TRY. A GLASS A. LEVKit (Late Mrs Carroll) Wishes to nnno.ince to the n.siJen;s of Xagambic and District '• ■ ■ '.bat lie bas taken over tlio business of tlic above well known Hotel, and intends m cater for patrons by supplying the bes: in uvciylliiny. Pleasure Boats always available. G.xxl Staliling and Groom. Victoria Ale BEST IN TH1 MARKET. ! The \hlley Hotel, ■■ N AGHCQBIE. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. piis. c. Pianeiii. ' t'l.ATti OK WAIIBtNC) • • > -■ ri AVING taken po*c*!.i»i> of IIic IT abuve Hi.til. informs lur friends and llie puV.lic jivner...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, FEB. 13, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 February 1914

®lw gjtognmlrU limes Fill PAY, F KII. 1 ■>, 1914. Local and General. NAGAMMK Bhass Band.—Tho Treas urer (Mr J. Taylor) wishofl to acknowledge with thankfl tho following donations:— II. Cohon, K. M'Donald, J. M'Intosh, J. Taylor, £2 2s each; Mrs PianeUi, D. Brown, J. C. Cowan, .22 each ; I. Bell, A. M. Orp wood, J. Comcrford, A. N. Hopkins, J. ; Fosdick, .CI 1» oftoh ; J. Alfred and Co., J. Jluskcr, II. Ralton, 10^; W. Sullivan, 5s. Tho following townspeople havo agreed to subscribo wcokly to the muintonanco of tho Band:—,W T .renkin fi/6 (thirteen weeks), J Fosdick Is (I wcoks), Sirs W Sullivan, If Cohen, K M'Donnld, \V A Gordon, J F Greenwood, G LittleJicId, K Bazelov, Is each; A Hiviere, J O'Donoghuc, R Els'burv, A Speed, \V Grant, W if M'Leod, I' Nolan, J M'Donald, Mm Thom son, 0 Whcclcr, H Cheyne, J Williams, G Robinson, A 1 Baud, J Comcrford, A C Lester, W Thome, H Thorno, A Ingloman, J Alfred, ft Price, F Sullivan, COXcary, R Whipp, J C Chapman, fid each. Any subscriber, wh...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Rector: Rev. G. W. Carter, R.D., Th. L. Sexagesima [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 February 1914

Church Services #► ' ___ CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ~ " Ucclor : Hcv. O. W. Carter, K.D, TliX. Sexndcsima li a-m—Morning Prayer PRESBYTKRIAN. At 11 a.m. and 7-30 p.m. METHODLsT Morning at 11 Mr Ashley Evening at 7*30—Rev Albon ROMAN CATHOLIC. Morning at 11-30—Rev. Father ICavanauh

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 February 1914

. fill m .,_—J TheCO COAdc Ltcai^fj/ ff'Q^' Cddb: Medical opinion ranks Bourn vi'Je Cocoa very high. The "Medical Nlagaz'ne" declare# it "llie highest grade: of nutritive / cocoa on the market-" It ii rIso the most economical. ' ^ •_ '■ ■cm II—i'i ■ ![ iim'iTii' . s The " N'ajraiubie Times " FOR Thereit nobody who does.not#*edPrintingof some kind. The Business man inquires the namerpuii lines .■ ihr.t arc oallcd.'for iui tlie regular course of his operation*. In Addition, if J;u be live and up-to-date, lie ' should have circulars and prlpe.lijft4.it supplement hit ucu tpupor advertiting in keeping his customer*, present and prospeotii c, in toucli with ivhat lie is'do i.ng and how. he i« doing it. There is so buiiiness that is not susceptible to tho laetm of P|cnf.y gi Jfnn^j-'e fnjc judiciously usod. Booietfas »«d Clubs rev4r»<B#lflPi Pwerauiinej, .TpfteU, Syllabus pjsrds, (Mm, etc. BtvtJt, org»ui#*li<in' Medp. PfWtjnjj anf in pfapiug tlie Hf4ec* " it should b...

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RUSSIAN AUTHOR. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 February 1914

RUSSIAN AUTHOR. A well-kuown Russian authgr and journalist, M. Alexandre Ousoff, is at present touring Australia. He is the author of ten books containing valu able information on natural history. His object fn visiting the Common wealth is to collect sufficient data to add an Australian book to his list. On an average, it is stated, £4^)00 Is spent from first to last on a Loo Ion West-End stage production be !orc the enterprise returns * p«my ■ Uvidend.

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The Band. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 February 1914

The Band. A gonoml mooting of thoso intoro*lcd in tho reoontly formed Brass Band was held in tho Mechanics' Hall, on Monday even ing last, and notwithstanding lhat tboj fttinosphero was most oppressive in. doors, thoro was ft good attendauco. Mr A. N. Hopkins wj\b voted to tho chair and tho minntos of tho previous meeting were rend and confirmed. Tho Chairman thon submitted a wry carofully drawn up constitution, and also a number of by-laws, which places tho As* sociution on a pro^or business footing, mid after being fully discussed by tho mooting tho constitution und by-taws us drawn up wcro adopted on tho motion of Messrs Bonvko and Choyno. A snb-committeo had l>con appointed to carry out this work, and they were fortunate in scouring tho services of Mr Hopkins to fulfill tho task im posed upon thorn. Tho amount fixed to al low any porson to become a memboroftho Association, and havo a voico in tho business of the meeting, is an annual straight out do nation of 10/(>, or 3d ...

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ENGLISH UNIVERSITY DEAGREE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 February 1914

ENGLISH UNIVHW8ITV IM3GHEE. Comparing the number of Austra lian medical graduates who 'lmvc re cently won the F.R.C.S. degree of England, it verifies the boast that our medical curriculum is quite equal to the highest British standard.

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Nagambie Court Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, FEB. 13. (Before Messrs Knight, P.M., and W. Wilson, J.P.) Vaccination. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 February 1914

Nagambie Court Petty Sessions. j FRIDAY, FEB. 13. (Before Messrs Knight, P.M., and W. Wilson, J.P.) Vaccination. Constable Farrelly proceeded against J. W. Ross for neglecting to have • his child vaccinated. As the child was in a delicate state of health a remand was granted until 3rd April. Same v John Malcolm Craug on :a similar plaint. Defendant stated that he did not consider vaccination necessary in the country, as the chance of catching small pox was very remote. It was, different in large centres of population, and as he was about to remove to Melbourne in the near future he intended to have the child vaccinated when he arrived there. . The P.M.—I cannot altogether see the force of your argument, but if .you promise to see that the child is vaccinated, we will adjourn the case for 12 weeks. If it is not done then you will be fined. Same v E. A. Price ou a similar charge. Defendant said the child was not too well, and he did not intend to have it vaccinated. Fined £2. Close Se...

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THE MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 February 1914

THE MAIL SERVICE. ? Tito question ot Australia';'. ma(! siTvice is one that is con>tan!ly aris in?, anil the amount o( spw nnl la hour required to convoy t.h:\ ucklv mail from the United Kingdom totlr Commonwealth, ami vice versa, is constantly nnil rapidly increasing. Ton years ago, lifty ton:* cubic measurement was considered ample space to convey the weekly biitij^et. and now ten times that amount ia hardly sufficient, while at lb * present •ate vf increase It is believed that ftirlht r Increase will soon be fo-.tnd necessary. The cimp'uiiiN express great dis satisfaction at. the nh»:nce of any ex pansion of tit? grants, while tluy cm phasic lit? fact that the expense* are in'-Tcasin.; with the growth of bulk, th:it th? Sue'/. Canal due? la: an a;> prr.'inMc weight 011 tb? companies' shnUcr^, and that the fc.'rms arc made more onerous with every fresh contvaot. During the .sittings of the Dominions Commission In London. Sir Hidcr U:v;gard recently suggested that a quieter r...

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Sporting Notes. TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 February 1914

Sporting Notes. TURF CLUB. I A well attended mooting of tho Nagambic Turf Club was held on Friday ovening last at tin; Tabillt Hotel, when tho president, Mr .1. Furlong, occupied tho clmir. There i wore nfro in nttemlaneo, Messrs J. Muller, ('. Wheeler, .J. Williams, P, Morgan, C. Morrissy, W. Muller, I. Bell, T. Morrissy, J. M'lntosh, T. Clarko, P. Heathy, J. Cotuecford, imd tho sccrctax-y, Mr J, D, O'Donoghue. The principal business of tho ovouing was ilio selection of a date, and the framing of the progratmnn. On tho motion of Mossis Clarko and P, Morgan it was dccidcd to hold tho race meeting on Monday, i!7th April (Eight Hours' Day). Programme. The following programme was tlion ndopted:— Hurdle Race, i'20, 2 miles, second hor6o to receive £2 from stake. Maiden Plate, .CIO, 5 furlongs. Woight for age. Lor horses that lmvo novor won an advertised race. Nagambic Cup, CoO, about one mile. Second horse to receivc £o from stako. Trial Stakes, .CIO, (i 'furlongs, for all horses that h...

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FOREST PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 February 1914

FOREST PROTECTION. Th? ruthless destruction of val't.iYo limWr in which tho early y»lo:i ir; indulged, perhaps hais its oveuse in the fuel that quickly cleared land wn. indisprnsible (or their r«cniir-?out.*, while the absence of nn o?.ie*isivj local market prevented any fore thought in the direction of planting seedlings to supply the demands of futura generations. Now-a-d.iys any such excuse is impossible ; for even in our young land we are unfortun ately beginning to visualise the No* mises which attends thsrrc'.le-s drv trnction of irrowing things. Climate, and the all-Smp.-rt.ink ra n fall average has been completely re volutionised, times without num'oer, in the oVd world, by the wholesale slaughter of innocent trees ; while in Australia much of the h.rbaee in the pastoral districts ha; been handled un iccaaarily cruelly in th-s ros.vct. Surely—though too slowly— A;i M a lia is beginning to.realise the dan gers which await a tree famine ; and in consequence the study of affore...

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Interesting Case. THE BOTTLING OF CORDIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 February 1914

Interesting Case, THE BOTTLING OF CORDIALS. At the Seymour Court of Potty Sessions on Monday, boforo Mr R. Knight, P.M., and Mr j?. D. Hickoy, J.P., Francis G. Fox, of Station-street, Seymour, was charg ed-by Matthew Campbell Leckio that ho did apply to certain goods, to wit, lemon squash, a falso trade description, to wit, that of O.T, Limited Lemon squash. Defendant plcadcu guilty. Mr Leckio, who is an inspector of liquors, stated that lie went to Mr Fox's shop on *24th October, and he found a tsquash in an O.T. bottle. On tho bottle was a label, "Lomon Unsweetened./ Tt was not O.T. squash. Mr Knight: Ho did not .soil it as O.T. squash. Mr Lcckic' Yes, he put it an O.T. Bottle. Mr Knight: But he did not oflor it for sale. This man must roprcsont to the pub* lie that ho is soiling this. How docs ho do that in this me. Mr Leckio : Ho docs it by the embossing of tho bottlo. O.T. Limited is ombosscd on the bottlo. Mr Knight: T do not sec that provos your caso. Mr Lcckio : In the enso ...

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

1'or V cars He Worked in Wei Ground, Kidney 'Pains and terrible iBackachc. Clements Tonic Cured syntcni. Alter reaitt»K this letter, Ket Clements Tonic tuid keep healthy CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "Ataaiaer hr year* 1 worked ia wet jroand, and now it is tclliof on tne, tor 1 loijpr with mykidneyi and bitk»cbt aod lo»» of appetite, "Doctor* ta Yoaaf at 1 k«d hydatids, aad Mid >■ eperatioa alght bo aeceisary. Tkeir mdicisc did »e ao food. I resolved against it.. I wai «o vied ay I could Ml walk far, wltkoat a spell. I tried all ■ediciati, tad pllli, lay lifo kai ktaa a Myiory to ao, aatil 1 tried Cleneatt Toaic. Tko flral aad second bottlei kad poor effect, bat tko third did. I wai tirprind at th frnt ckabfe that cam. I felt aa well at wkea Twaa'21. Icaa aat aad aleep wt!l, 'work hao troaklo lose, aad I tkiaktkat CLEMENTS TONIC OUGHT TO BE WRITTEN IN COLD. I alwayi keep it ia (be fcouie. I HAVE JUST TAKEN 23 BOTTLES, aad I aeter iatead bei&f witkeat it. To »a it ti past all aader...

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Snapshots. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 February 1914

Snapshots. Hot. Gottiiii; back to tho Bumniors of tho good old days as you hoar 00 frequently remark cd. Twenty yean* lionco the samo term will bo applied to tho day? of tho present. Distant hills look preen, and tho pant always uppcar* better than tho present. Hut that litis nothing to do with the thcrmomotoi' jumping over the century so frequently. A century or over is very .acceptable in a cticket match, and Hiielt a ho*t of tho ilmncllcd gentleman can make it (in their mind), but it in not '•o welcome when the weather is concerned. If Hunt 1ms an idea he needs arelimatis iu;{ for the next world, ii might interest him to Unmv tliut the wmhtuI public d» not care to meet trouble half way, and if he does not soon change his tactics, he will ccvtainh* bo asked t«vj:ivo himself tho v.ack, i We notice that the (iovvniorin-t'ouneil , has appointed our respected townsman, j Mr A. 1'j. Gadd, as a Justice of the Peace. I Wo congratulate him on his appointment, j With his knowledge and Ion#...

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UP AFTER DINANER. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 February 1914

UIJ AI'vrE!M>lNWIilt . Grate three ; ouitceu of rich Cheshire checsc .ami mix .. it with J the yolks of two .feggs, four ouiu-cfi I of grated bread, and three, ounces of butter ; .boat the whole '..well In a mortar with a dessertspoonful of mustard ami a little salt and pro per. Toust some brou<( ;' liuUvr, and cut it into brjuurt-s. ' Lav the pacto thick upon them, put tln u^ into u Dutch oven rouTitd u*HI» u dish till hot through, rvinow llj.u dish, lot the cheese brown uliult\ and eervv as hot a# iioMHible.

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

An Ounce of pipe Protection Is Worth a Ton of Water Pressure. ..- ' The liability of being burned out duriug . the hot weather is always there. . . j'ELB 1 AJAX" FIRE EXTINGUISHER Should find a place in every household. We have proved its vnluo for a certainty. It has helped to save Thousands of Pounds worth of property in Nagambie. Be prepared for emergencies, it may be your turn next. . , A. E. GfiDD, NAGAMBIE STORES. •i, : l £ 3) | The Great Heat Wave V„ HAS PASSED. BUT THE d S Bargain Sale | 5 t /{Is Still Going Strong*. 2 Don't miss this 1 Opportunity for Red Hot Bargains. - - At - - D. BROWN'S Stores. i Some Specials Still To Be Had. Men's Burnt Straw Hats, were 6s 6d, now 2s 6d. Men's Light Summer Coats, 3s 6d Men's Light Summer Trou.-i rs, 2s ltd Men's Socks, three pairs for lOJd "en's Ties, were from Is to 2s. Now 6Jd Boy's Galatea Tunics, la Od Boy's Speckled Straw Hats, 4Jd and 6d Girls' White Muslin Dresses at 2s 9d, 3s 1 Id, 4b lid Ladies' Dark Print Wrappeis, to clear ...

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

TABXLK HOTEL, | Corner STAIIOX & 111011 Streets, NKGKMBIE. | j. .111 (Late of Kyabr.un. BKCi.S to Notily llic Public of Xaj^ainbie and district that he lias taken over tlic above Jlotel from Mr ■'- Harry and, > tiusts by strict ailciili'.n to business to 4nerit a fair share dl' patronage. tioou acc0m.\K,1|ATI X UcinU •Sl'AllLING Moi)i:iui'i: Tekms ArriiNTivK Okoom . liest lir.iuds of Wines and (Spirits. Criterion Hotel. A. LEVER (Luto Mrs Carroll) Wishes to anno.iucc to the residents of N'againbic and District that lie lias taken over the business of the above well . : known Hotel, and intends l-i cater for patrons by supplying the I'est in everything. Pleasure lioats always available. Oood Stabling and Groom. sk Victoria Ale AIAKKET.H The Valley Hotel, INRcnmBiE. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. pus. c. Piamiii. lUATIi 01' WAHBING) LTAVING taken possession of (be iJL y;abovo Hotel, informs li^r friends and the public generally that ever)* endeavor will he uude to make them onnforla...

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