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Australia and the War. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 November 1914

Australia and the War. The following statement was umdo in tho Souato on Wednes day by the Minister of Defence: — In reference to tlio statements that have been mado in connection with tho naval and military assist ance rendered by Australia in tho present war in comparison with that given by other Dominions, it has first to bo remembered that Australia 1ms provided a fleet unit, which has already played an ef fective part in the protection of British commerce aud shipping iu these seas, thereby relieving tho Admiralty of the necessity of de taching ships from the North Sea for this purpose, and of assisting in the combined naval and military operations at Samoa and Now Guinea. On the military side, 30,41(i troops have been raised for servico in Europe; 1704 naval reserves and infantry have taken part in operations in the Pacific, totalling 41,180. In addition to this 5t5,298 of tho citizen forces are anned and equipped, and tho bulk of theso have in tnrn been mobilised under active...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Wool Market. Melbourne, Nov. 23, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 November 1914

The Wool Market. Melbourne, Nov. 23, 1914. Dalgetys held their fourth sale of the season to-day, when they offered an attractive and suitable selection of comeback and crossbred wool, Competition was more general than at any sale this season, and as compared with last week all good comeback and crossbred wool shows an advance of 5 per cent. Cross bred lambs and pieces participated in the improved market. James Robertson's 'Kongbool' comeback, from Balmoral, reached Is 2J^d for three lots, the fleece averaging over Is ljd, or a farthing per pound more than last season. The ' Woomargama' comeback from Albury sold to Is Id, and averaged over or equal to last season. Merino wools, also all inferior faulty wools, show no improve ment, and are difficult to sell at reasonable prices. There will be no sales in Victoria next week. Dalgetys sell December 7th and December 14th.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 November 1914

Wedding. i A .pretty wedding was celebrated in St. John's Church of Knglaud, I Nagnmbie, on Wednesday, Nov. 18th, when Mr E. A. Sliclton, of Shepparton, eldest son of Mr and Mrs G. SUelton, l'rabran, was: married to Miss Lizzie Guppy, second daughter of Mrs Guppy, '' Veronica,'' Nagauihie. The Rev. G. W, Carter, R.D., Tli.L., offi ciated, and the service was choral. Miss Swamvick presided at tlie I organ, and also played the "Wed ding March." The church was tastefully decorated by the ladies I of the congregation, and friends of the bride, thus testifying to her popularity. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr H. Guppy, wore a handsome dress of white pailette silk, daintily trimmed with honiton lace, a long train, wreath of orange blossom and veil, and carried a sheaf bouquet of lilies. Two bridesmaids attended, viz,, Miss Nellie Guppy (sister of bride), and Miss Gladys Slielton (sister of bridegroom). They wore pretty dresses of ivory Jap. silk, large pink bows at waist...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Tennis. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 November 1914

Tennis. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. The. Association matches were continued pii Saturday last, ' when Nagatnbie*. \yho. met Tallarook A's on the local courts, had au easy win, Thescores were:— Ryan and M'Phoo beat Costollo and Loahy' . ... ... 12—. H Ryau and M'Pheo boat Darciy and - \V. Gilmout ... ... 12— 3 11'Lcod and Farli lost to Daroy aqd •\V. flitaouf - ... ... 9—12 M'Lcod and Jaci beftt Costollo .iud ■ Jioahj-... 12—ao Missoa Efowo and Hiolfoy, wtUwYor, . Totals!—Nagambio, 4S games; Tallarook, 28 games, The results of the other matches were:—Seymour (45) beat Rail ways (33) ; Avenel A (38) beat Tallarook B (32) ; Suga'rloaf Creek beat Avenel B. The fixtures for to-morrow are:— Seymour v Nagambie; Tallarook A v Broadford; Stoney Creek v Tallarook -B; Sugarloaf Creek v Railways j Avenel v i^veuel 5: At a meeting of the Tenuis Club, held on Monday evening last, Mr C, D, Ryan was elected hon. secre tary in succession to Mr Jas. H. Lester, who has left the district. Agents' singles tour...

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Avenel Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 November 1914

Avenel Notes. The young men of Avenel have made a splendid response to the call for soldiers, and to show their appreciation of them the residents of the district gave them a hearty send-off in the Public hall on Friday night last, when there was a very large attendance. Mr P. Kelly   occupied the chair. Those who volunteered are:—Private E. Fon- tana, eldest son of Mr D. Fontana, Avenel; Private R. J. Shelton, eldest son of Mr R. J. Shelton, J.P., Avenel | Private J. Melbourne, son of Mrs Melbourne, Avenel; Private G. Whitechurch, second son of-Mr G. Whitechurch, Mangalore; Pri- vate W. Newton, eldest son of Mr H. P. Newton, Avenel; Private W. Newnham, eldest son of Mrs Newnham, Mangalore ; Private R. Young, second son of Mr R. Young, Avenel. During the even- ing each soldier was presented with a wristlet watch. Cr Morison made the presentations to Privates Newn- ham and Whitechurch; Mr S. Ton- kin, J.P., made the presentations to Privates Fontana, Melbourne, and Young...

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The Nagambie Volunteers. TO-NIGHT'S SEND-OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 November 1914

The Nagambie Volunteers. TO-NIGHT'S SEND-OFF. The farewell to the volunteers from Nagambie who have enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force will take place in the Mechanics' Hall this (Friday) evening. The occasion promises to be a memor able one, and a large attendance is expected. Patriotic speeches will be made by the Rev Father Kavanagh, Rev A. H. Tolhurst, Rev G. W. Carter, Rev W. Lap thorn, Mr E. W. Hill and Mr A. N. Hopkins. The president of the shire, Mr T. Derum, will pre side, and the presentations will be made by Mr John Gordon, M.L.A. A good musical programme has   been arranged, and the following will take part Miss Forbes, Miss Bourke, Miss Wilson, Miss Nolan, Rev G. W. Carter, Messrs Brown, Otto Brensing, Swanwick, Gifford, R. Forbes, Tony Orpwood and G. Moulds. The Nagambie Band will play selections outside the hall. It is hoped that the public will turn up in force to show their appreciation of the sacrifices these young men are making.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 December 1914

Caringa Private Hospital station strkut, nah.j am mi:. Sister E. 31. Baud. (It. V.T.N A ) Cestificivtcs: Mooroopim (Jowral Hospital "Women's Hospital (MiiMfmy) "VT E \V \ V> A. u b Friday, 1st January, lfllS. Tin: 20th AsNt'AT. Under till- palronacc WAX. anil L.Y.W. j Hanked liiuvclc Track, nK> KunninK Track, | anil specially prepared Arena to I 1 loisc Kvenls. Shrlililwries, Uockmos, Lawns, F\ov;crs ami Shady Trees, !lic I \vlu>lc forming a Piclnre que Garden. , 50 I'KIt CENT. OK moriTS TO GO TO I FATIIIOTIC Fl'XI). j PROGRAMME: j Foot Running: J Maiden Plate, LI 10s 100 yds: entry 2s , Goulburn Weir Handicap, Lj 10s, 100 i yds; iiom 2s, acc Is j Lady's Bracdot, value 1/2 10$, 100 yd? .; nom Is, acc 1b I 'J'JO yds Handicap, prize Li*; noni Is Gd, 1 acc Is | Boys' Race, under 11 j Girls' K;tco, under 14 j Bicycle Events. i Goulburn Weir Handicap, L5 10a, two miles; uom 2a, aco Is Ouc Milo Bicyclo Handicap, L3 ; nom Is, acc is ^ Military Events. Bcscuc livent, Li 10s; entry ...

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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 — 4 December 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS <\ [Where the term "Tho ivenlth" if u$o<l in connection with thoso rates ntul regulations it inelmh's Uapua. Lord Uoue j$latrj, and Norfolk Island.] hF.'LTKKS. I'or every J oiiifoo ov inwlion thorcof. For deltvorv within the Common wealth 0 1 •For delivery in the British Em pire 0 1 For delivery in the Now Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands ..0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 -J LETTER CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, id. each; reply, Id. e;\eli hull. For delivery in the British Kmpho (r<»o list of places under "Letters ')— Sin gle, Id. each. Ft.* delivery in New Hebrides, Hanks, and Torres Islands—Single, -d. each. For delivery in other places— Single, 2ld. each* POST CARPS. Single Postcards impressed with t\»o id. stamp, .'<."<1 Reply or double rartls, each halt of which has tlie Id. stamp impressed thereon, may he transmitted ic Maces within the Commonwealth, aud tr thos...

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On Sentry. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 December 1914

On Sentry. Tho following is u poem dedicatod to tho ] Essendon Rifles, who have boon afc camp guarding tho Cordlto Factory, Marybyr nong Tbc Essendon Rifles Iiavo boon to camp At Ibo Cordito Factory, Marybyrnong. Thoy lmvo proved to bo of tho rank and stamp Of Any who Have yet come along. Tbelr olficors aro right up-to-dato ; The cooks no fault to find ; And I think it would bo rigbt to stato, They aro tho champions of thoir kind. To givo yon some knowledge in their line. I Might interest you to know; , For the war that's raging at tho present timo Might tompt to riso Iho foo. 80 to take no risks a Guard is formed To watch over this phco night aud day, So that iio foroign spy can como along To gain information in any way. A Guard fa composed of 90 strong, And is divided up in two; Then cach guard divided into three Reliefs Of tho best soldiors you ovor know. No. 1 Guard goes on duty straight away, While No. 2 goes up to sleop. | No. 3 march to their tents without dolay Ami pile thei...

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Goulburn Valley Industries Company. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 December 1914

Goulburn Valley Industries Company. | It is anticipated that as the result of the supply of fat stock running short the Sheppartoti Freezing | I Works will close down within the next fortnight (says the " News The season has been an exception ally good one, much better than was expected at the start. Work was started during the first week of September, and during the three months over 100,000 carcases of sheep and lambs have been put through. O! these, about 85,000 have been exported, the balance being mostly in stock. The com pany had intended to commence with the storage of fruit this seasou, but has been deterred owing to the prospect of a scarcity. It is pos sible that an experiment will be made with rabbits in February or March next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 December 1914

Gregory's WAERING STORES. Spring and Summer Goods. A Pine Collection. SUITS to Measure. Come and Inspect our Now Pattern Books. All the Latest Styles Shown. Suits to Measure from 35 s. I Wahring Stores. I Australian V-'-Mutual Provident Society. Annua! Bonus Distribution 1914. POLICIES EFFECTED''in (lie Ordinary .Department BEFORE 31st DECEMBER will share in''the Division of Profits'to be made ns AT THAT DATE, - . Cash Surplus {or last year (1913) ... _£975,881 Yielding Reversionary Bonuses of . ^1,730,000 Those contemplating Life Assurance should lodge their proposals AT ONCE. Melbourne Office, F, T. BRIDGES, 469-463 Collins Street. Resident Secretary W. F. HEAP, District Agent. ' Xmas Suits (5==^=$) Order Your Suit at Once. Xmas Hats Latest Styles. Xmas Shifts, Ties, Collar's, And all the Latest Novelties in . ' Men's Wear. Tony Qrpwood, Tailor, Hatter, & Gents' Outfitter. ^nagamme ^3

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Rector: Rev. G. W. Carter, R.D., Th.L. Second Sunday in Advent. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 December 1914

Churcft Berncea OHUKCH OK ENGLAND. • Rector: Kev. G, W. Carter, R.U, Tli.L. Sccoud Buuday iu Advent, 7.80 p.m—liiensOBgand Sormott PRESBYTERIAN, At 11 iw» and 7.30 p-nt I'roaohofiBe? A. U. ToUuirst .METHODIST Uuruiun al'll-Kui. Lupthorau Kroniuu at 7 30—i^ey. Lapthofnu KOMAV CArHOUC Mor.iing at 9-Bev.-Father Rtviw&Kv •

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The Nagambie Volunteers. FAREWELL SOCIAL AND PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 December 1914

The Nagambie Volunteers. I'arkwell sociai, and prksuntation. One of the most memorable gatherings in tho history o( Nagnmbio took placo on Friday ovoning Inst in tho Mechanics' hull, when tho volunteers from thin district for aorvico with tho Australian Expeditionary Koreo, now in - camp j\t Htoadmondow.s, woro ontertaincd at a social by tho peoplo of tho town and district. From tho timo tho nocinl was first mooted it was enthusiasti cally taken up, and Mews A. N. Hopkins, K. W. Hill, J. 0. Cowan, T. Ponim, A. |5azeley, A. CI. Ashley, ami A. M. Orpwood, who wore appointed by a public meuliu" to mal»o nil arrangements for iho gathering, had ft comparatively easy task, though un doubtedly it was duo to thoir orgaiii,nation that the evening was tho great success it was. Tho corporation of tho military authorities made it possible for all tho I district volunteers, with tho exception of I thrco, to bo present. Long before the hour appointed for tho soeiil to commenco people started toar...

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Gouburn Weir Volunteers. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 December 1914

Gouburn Weir Volunteers. A large and enthusiastic meetiug was held in the Weir hall 011 Wed nesday evening to make arrange ments for giving a fitting send-off to Lieut, W. J. Day, and Ptes. Milter and Toohey, of the Aus tralian Expeditionary Force. Mr Jas. Miller presided, and it was unanimously decided- that a concert should be held on a date to suit the convenience of the soldiers, at which they will be presented with mementos. A first-class musical programme is being arranged, and addresses will be given by several speakers, The price of admission was fixed at Is 6d, but ladies, who are asked to bring a basket of eat ables, will be admitted free. If the concert is held on a Friday night a dauce will afterwards be held.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 December 1914

SPEAKS OF THE WORTH OF So ill his frlonds scarcoly know him and ho wont to tho Molbourno Hospital. ^ fricTirt recommtmloil Clements Tonic, nnd that invert 111"' This Idler h»> been recorileil of its cfesl erncMneiJ. anJ foe ,. -wrller. Mr. Mollify. ' 8,^5 Siid ji'n" s IS" "•'•'•oi'r«i Tuclorv), Carlton. Melbourne, IV/ll. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., »• I am glad to tell wb*t Clements Tonic did for ne. A year ago I was so j|| from bad liter and nenronneis. I blamed overwork, nnd a rnsb •! orders. To keep easterners supplied I worked day and night, with Ike remit I got so ill I could like no put in tke biiiness except saperTise. To fire in idea bow ill ana changed I was, people who hid sot iee« me for months would pass^ad tot know me, I was for fire months like this, fraduillr f«tt»of wone. Good adflce and medicine did ne ao good. I decided to go to Melbourne Hoipilal to see what they could do. 1 wu axasioed there at kb out door patient. Oa »y returs * cQitooer from Bendigo was waiting aid...

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Tennis. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 December 1914

Tennis. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. On Saturday ~ last Nagambie visited Seymour,' and were badly I defeated by the locals. The scores were:— Hacdougall aud Y.'orland beat M'Lcod and Day ... ... 12— 2 and beat Hyan aiid M'Phee'12— 0 Gill and Sigol lost to Ryan and M'Pheo 7—12, and bcafe M'Lood and Day ... 12— 5' I . Totals ... 43 28 J The results of the other marches werg :—Sugarlo^f Creek (44!) heat Railways (36), Broadford (43) beat Tallarook A (40), Stoney Creek (44) beat Tallarook B (43). . The fixtures for to-morrow are— Nagambie v Aveael B, Tallarook B v. Seymour, Aveuel A v Stoney Creek, Sugarloaf Creek, v Talla rook A; Railways v Broadford.

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An Elementary School for Nagambie. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 December 1914

An Elementary School for Nagambie. For some tiiuo past. the question of providing additional fncilit ioa locally fov llioso children who have gono through tlio ordinary i Stuto school cim'icnlum lms been j discussed, but until Wednesday ; Inst, no slops had been taken to try and givo effect to the wishes of a largo number of parents in fcliis district, who, while anxious to giro their children opportunities of acquiring knowledge Unit would bo ot groat servioo to tliem in ufter life, lmvo not felt disposed to allow their children to Ioiivo homo, i for tlio purpose of attending ele 1 mental')' schools, which havo al ' ready" been established iu other I cent res. I At the meeting of the Nugnmbio School Committee on Wednesday evening, when thoro wero proseut Mr A. 10. Gadd (chairman), Mrs Willir>, Mrs Davies, Messrs Wnlkor, Callaghnn :vud Kivioro (corres pondent) tho matter wns discussed) nfc conmdorablo length. Though! comparatively in tho dark as to what the conditions wore that t...

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AUSTRALIAN FIELD HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 December 1914

AUSTRALIAN FIELD HOSPITAL.' The methods of running a nuccess ftil field hospital in war-time arc many ami varied ; hut the Auatra- j lian KieM Hospital, which has done i such noble service to wounded Hri tish, Trench and Oerman alike, has Proved by its capability jts perfect organisation. This satisfactory And pleasing rc «'iit i'r in the nature of a pledge, and proven that Australian mcdical men anil trainrd nuvses are prepared to^ devote their brain.-, time and to the nc*ds of the Hmpire. The important part which the Am bulant corps has to play in i\ Kreat ra?iipa*g i, has been thoroughly re. ahsvd by the Commonwealth {♦overn m<mt, and the Australian Rxpcdl t.<«nat> I'OiC* has bcf.n well cjujpp'd in Ihht direction, T1m r^uutnl doc tors supported liy Ktrcichor-Iicnrcra Ply their merciful trade in the fi'rh't inc line of battle, while l.chimi them wait the ambulance wi-.^ons with the moving dresRins stations, where primary accommodation awaits sixty wounded ...

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Cricket Notes. NAGAMBIE V. BAILIESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 December 1914

Cricket Notes. Naga^^IB v., Baiubston. The Watauga Association mat ches commenced on Saturday, In connection witb which Nagambie visited Bailieston and were de-' feated. Nagambie batted first, and made 68, H. M'Donald being top with 17. In their innings Bailies ton compiled 96 for the loss of eight wickets, the principal scorers being G. Jones 42, and Smjth 2A. ; naoambiu. K. M'Donald, b M. Pettifor ... 8 M. Ciritlitba, b M. Pettifor ... 7 H. M'Donald, b M. Pettifor ... IT B. Ingloman, b G. Jones ... 11 T. Butler, lbw, b M. Pottifer ... 8 H. Lo Guier, b M. Pettifor ... 0 A. Riviere, b Jcu&i 1 K. Duggfui, b M. Pottifor ... 5 : 0. Bronsing, b 51. Pettifoc .l ' B. H'Donald, not out ... 0 ' J. Bcro(U), a y.Pottifor, b Jonos 1 ' " 'ttundrioe ... ... 8 Total ... ... ..... ''69; . Bowling:—G. Jones, 3 for la ; M, Potti for, 7 for 35. ! BAltlESIQH, ; L. Btovoqs, h M'Donald ... -1 A. ferry, b LI. Griffiths ... 0 M. Pottifor, stpd Ingloman, b M. . « Griffiths . ... ... ... 2 G. Smith,...

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To the Nagambie Boys going to the Front. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 December 1914

Tq tip Nagambie Boys going t? Front, ■' ' —r-— - ~ ■ The followiug poom. wriiten by Me W, H, Swanwiok, was rooited by that gontlo man at tbo farewell social on Friday oven* ioglaifc., We have mot hero to-night, lads, to wish you sucocss in your journoy across tbo main, And we ptay that Ood iu ilis moroy will sparo you, and briug you hs^o again*.. . • ■ • • v\ You stop to tbo front like Britons, without \ a fear or a brag, For you know that tbo caU6Q was a just one, you kocw you'd fight for tho flag, You know that you'd fight for ft treaty made, you knovy you'd ugbb'foranamo. And wboq tnptinWQomod, aod yotiY well at the front, engaged in tho fight or thq gorapi Youcau say in your prldo, without any aide, wo aio holping to altar tho map. You aio leaving tho onou that you love tho boat, and toe nowa that oomes may bo bard to break. But Australia ia pio«4 9\ tiw boys she sends, that fight fof honor apfl Er&gto'a Your brolbon thaEwbdou ran down, and yon on the land do your pact ?...

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