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

UNSEED COMPOUND — For Coughs i , an»! Colds. ilelievee AeMuna and difficult ' ibieit!iin«;. : LINSEED COMPOUND—Trade Mark of Kny'e Compound Essenco of Linseed for Coughs and Colds. LINSEED COMPOUND—Of 40 years' proven efficacy. For Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, rt . | Local Fixtures. Water Trust Meeting—Second Monday J each month. j Jouncil Meeting—Second Monday each I month. , Wimm Cafe, W.C. SULLIVAN BEGS to annouticc (hat lie has taken, over the Wine Cafe recently carried on by Mrs J. Beams, and trusts byelrictly attending to the lequirernents of patrons lo 1 ' merit 4 share of public patronagtf. ONLY GOOD WINE WILL BE FOUND I ON THE SHELVES. Good Accommodation. Fibst-classTable I Stabling and Attentive Yardsmsn,

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Red Cross League. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 December 1914

Red Cross League. A vfcll attended mooting, called for tho purpose ol Hihmtftvling intorest in tlio Lca/jno's work and furthering tho progress o! tho Nuguinbio branch,J was bold in fcbo I M<?olmni<V Hall on tho 2llH ull. Tho! troanuroi-'s statement showed that. in ad- ] diMon to (jiffs of goodst tho sum of i'51 !)s ■. hnd been received in cash donations, fliid that thin U;w\ heo.u oxtmnstcd in the pur ohaso of iniitrriulH which had been mado up by tho body women workers, It was j | specially mentioned that mouoy wns wanted [ svhich to buy blankets n< a conlribu- j tion from tho brunch. It was unanimously I docnU'd to collect further {subscriptions, oither in ahi"lo donations ov sm«\V periodic payments, and the following, with power to add to their number, worn wppomlod a \ special committer) of collector* : — Mr* ! CaolU» Mw Swilt, "N\trt Miller, Baxter, ; Mi*H A. Batfnley, Mj«s Ko^dicl;, Miss Gordon and Miss Morison. Tho funds already collected aro ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Half Holiday Question. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 December 1914

The Half Holiday Question. On Tuesday tliglit lqs( 3 special meeting of the Sheppartou Traders and Storekeepers' Association was held'to finally deal with the ques tion of the compulsory half holiday. The president, Mr T. Lyons, was in the chair, and there were also present Messrs E. Quiggin, J. M'Lean, A. Fairley, W. Welsh man, J. P. M'Leuuau, E. J. Harris, G. Bailey,. A. H. Wale (secretary), M. T, M'Alpine and J. Sandy, representing W. Macdermott and Co. The result of the canvas of the shire as regards the half holiday was laid before the meeting. discussion a deci^oti avtivad at that, $9 as the Shepparton I Tradars and Storekeepers' Associ ation is concerned, no further action be taken in the matter unless Rod ney shire mo.ves in the direction of securing the Wednesday half holl day. '

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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THOSE WHO STAY BEHIND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 December 1914

THOSE WHO STAY BEHIND. * f There arc two. classes „( Amir,. MU a T'VV"mc-lh0f!l- «'l>o co ami ■n,' thosc KlLO "t hoiw _ l.c regular British Army. aided , v vlIxnVt nitjerl hV Colon,at troops, is ,i!:hUns om. ,)at;_ He. and keening our future open for i Our Australian troops, men whom ' »e used to sce jn the civilian dress ,wll° then have donned the ' , nn<l answered the Kmpiro'n ™il for help, must day after i tramp lone weary mil.•s-lonsrr iij8. tances than tunny accomplished in a month in time of pe.ire-throiipli a fi-Nii;.! country, often short of too,I ami suflmiii: immense discomforts from the severe climate, .v),ich our sunny skies have ill prepared them to endure. •Strange dull noises, ,iml r.<vnrs of nightmare-like horrors v.y.m h? lived through with nothing hut the deter imnntion to do "our part," and up hold the honour of Australia and the Ivmpire as a support. Our men will hang on through all ; they win emerge from the trial ot deadly fft- 1 t.Riie...

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Our Present Duty to the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 December 1914

I Our Present Duty to the Empire. No citizen in the Empire carried out his duty to the Empire in a fuller or better way than the late Earl Roberts, the old commander in-chief, who recently died at the age of.82, while still doing his duty to his country. Right to the end he kept 011 doing " the most useful thing to do at the time," and died when on a visit to see his Indian soldiers at the front, a visit under taken in spite of his age because he thought it "the most useful thing to do" at the time. Lord Roberts' last message to' the Empire, pub lished in the October number of " Hibbert's Journal " was on " The Supreme Duty of the Citizen at the Present Crisis," and appeared in the Melboure " Age " of last Satur day, Coming from one who carried his teaching into action it is im pressive, and the following extracts contain Jfopd for thought. The message opens with the following sentences:— " There is but one duty for tho British "citizen at the present time, men and " womon, young an...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 December 1914

Another Line of Goods made in Germany HAS JUST COME TO LIGHT And is labelled Austria's Ultimatum to Servia. Of course, after Russia's mighty triumph Servia is now determined. WE ARE ALSO DETERMINED To clear as quickly as possible, goods labelled as above, and request that advantage be taken of (jur desire to clear all lines of this description. SPECIAL Xmas, Requirements OF GREAT VARIETY Are now being opened, and purchasing presents for the approaching season as EARLY AS POSSIBLE is un doubtedly of special advantage to the bnyer. Our Trade Routes being' open to all and sundry as usual. A. E. GADD, NAGAMBIE STOKES % Xmas is Coming: | LADIES: 3) Select jour Dresses early, and 3) hare a* larger choice. ^ Good fiauge of Patterns showing in all the New Materials^ also Washing Crepes, Prints, etc., in choice designs. ■ Tl ials, | fj GENTLEMEN.: Secure Your Holiday Suit NOW. d a See the Special Line of Suitings at 50s & 5 os. TO MEASURE. FITS GUARANTEED. The House For Everything'. ...

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

TABILK HOTEL, Comer STATION & HIOH-Strecls, NHGHMBIE. ,T. JH.'IXH.'OSBB. (Lute of Kyabr.im. I3KQS (o Nolily llie Public of N'agambie and district tliat lie has taken over the above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and trusts by strict attention to business to merit a fair share of patronage. Good Accommodation- Good Stabling Mouhhatk Tf.uiis Attkntivk Groom Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. ■ L. MASON : , (Lnto Mr A Lever) Wishes to announce to tiic residents of Nagambie and District that he has taken over the businoss of the abovo well known Hotel, and intends to cater for patrons by supplying the best in everything. Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Groom. Victoria Ale MARKET.31 The Valley Hotel, NACRCQSIE. UNDER NtW MANAGEMENT. . is. c. ML (LATE OK WAHE1NC.) TTAVING taken possession, of Hie 11 abovo Hotel, informs lior friends and ; the public generally that every endeavor will be made to make Ibem^comfortabla when they pay a call. ' All WINES, SPI...

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Avenel Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 December 1914

-Ayenel Water Supply, A public meeting was held »t Avenel on Friday last to consider the advisability of a supplementary wafer supply for the town (says the " Telegraph ").' There was a fair attendance of ratepayers. After the master had been discussed, Mr Tonkin moved, and lk{r 'Hojloiway seconded, that Mr Gordoii, M'.L.A., be interviewed in reference to the department sending an engineer to report on the advisability of having-' a weir iu Hughes' Creek, and if such were thought advisable, au estimate of the cost, ft is belieyetj •* a good supply can 'be dbtaiued front the creek. " ' :

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, DEC. 4, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 4 December 1914

Ublic |Ugnmbic mnws FRIDAY, DEC. •1, 1914. Local and General. "Punch Annual'' is to hand, and is aa usual an oxcollcnt publication. Entries for tho Longwood Boxing Day raccs, tho programmo for which is adver tised in this issue, closc on Satnrday, liith inst. Messrs E. W. Hill it Co. will conduct a horso sale at their Xugambio yards on Wednesday next, when buyers will bo prcscut foe remount aud transport horses. Messrs E. W. Hill, F.-W. Hill, and A. Speed wcro granted auctioneers licenses at the last .sitting of tho Seymour Court of Petty Sessions, Attention is directed to an advertisemenf upyeuriiy, in thin issue, in which Mr J, Gordon, M.L.A., returns thanks for his re election as tho member for Waranga. The December issue of M Lifo" is to liaml, and tho popularity which this ex cellent magazine enjoys will bo consider ably enhanced by this issue, ^ which con tains a number of splendidly written articles. Wirth's Circus will visit Nagambio on Thursday next, 30th inst. This has lon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

For Years He IKorked in IFcl Ground, Kidney Pains and Verriblc Backache. Clements Tonic Cured connlit-ncH lllr 111-ctfccMol iimlrretouiia L'.)iilin;i:ie,il iiiul liait «lr "l">» flvstcm. Alter reading llil* \c*tcr» Kc* Clements Tonic ami Wrep healthy CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., i'A,awic;r for yeara 1 worked ia wet ("round, *nJ now it i» telling on me, for I suffer with ny kidneya and backache and !»it of appetite. "Doctor* ia Yoaag (old ne I bad' hjdilidi, tad said to operetioa might be oecemry. Their wediclua did me bo goaJ. I resolred againit it. ! was lo used tip I could not walk far, without a •pell. 1 tried all aedielaia, tad pills, my life baa beta a injury to lie, nolil I tried dementi Tonic. The first tad ttcead boltUi bad poor effect, bat the third did.' I waa larprlied at tke great chaage that came. I felt •» wall ai when I was 21. 1 caa oat aad ileep well, work ia ao triable Use, aad I think that CLEMENTS TONIC OUGHT TO BE WRITTEN IN GOLD. Nlways keep it in tbe faoute. I HAVE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

W.C. SULLIVAN BEGS to announce (hat he has taken over the Wine Cafe recently carried on by Mrs J. Beams, and trusts by strictly attending to the requirements of patrons to merit * share of public patronage Good Accommodation. Kibst.class Tablb Stabling and Attentive Yardsman,

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DANGERS OF SNAKEBITE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

DANGERS OF SNAKEBITE. The danger which lurks in the thick | (rood country is npt to be too I lightly regarded, on account ot the 'small proportion.of deaths which oc | cur in Australia as tho result of snafcobitc. In India, the annual deaths ! from the bites and stings of poison j ous reptiles and insects runs into thousands, whilst Australia reckons , them only in tens—consequently as we escape so lightly we are inclined to run risks which are as dangerous as they are foolish. An amateur actor from .Dunedin, Mr. Alexander Patrick, after a meteo ric career, is now regarded as one of New York's leading juveniles. Two weeks after his arrival in New York bo was given juvenile lead in "The Escape,"—a drama which had a short | life, but ran long enough to show I what the Australian was made of, ami for him to be recognised as one of America's most charming actors. Within 1I12 boundaries of the Oom a'.cuv'i.-ulth of Australia almost every known fruit can be cultivated.

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AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE. i. Australia is sending larpor quanti ties of food producfn to the United Kingdom every year. There is n brisk demand for all.that oau.be <?ro\vn, i and the outlook for the Australian trades iinij industries particularly j bright At the same tune, it. ia es I scntial that the. goods supplied | should he of the best quality. It is only by keeping up anil in ; creasing the volume of commodities ) available, and seeing that the pro I ducts arc of the b?»L quality, that i Australia can build up tli.> trwle"vith the older portion of ili> hmpire. Kampli-s of products v.vr-3 somp time ' i-.ko submitted t.) the Institute of Hvgiem\ «nd ns IX ot analysis the Institute issued certificates to tho ertcot that the samples were of a high standard ot quality. The official certificates state that samples of Australian pioduce have been under examination and analysis in the laboratories of the Institute. These represented wheat (New South Wales), flour (New youth...

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Australian Natives Association. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

{ Australian Natives Associ ation. Tho fortnightly meeting of tho Nagnmbio branch of the abpvp association took place on Tuesday evening, when there wovo present: —Mr H. Iialton (president), and Messrs C. D. Ryan, A. I. Baud, 3. Jforrissy, T. Donovan, H. O'Neill, R. Welch, W. It. Bourke and T, Clnrke (secretary). A sub-committee, consisting of llio president, and Messrs Bourko, Bnud, Ilyaij' !>pd fho spqret^y,' wan "appointed to draw up tho syllabus for the ensuing half year. Mr L. Mason was nominated al a member. The President presented Mr S, VVoloh with Ihe ex-President'e gold medal for having nominated tho most members during his term of office, and cougratulated the recipient on the excellent wflrk done by liiui, and the interest bp had shown in fhe welfare of the branoh. Hia remarks were sup ported by other members. Mr Weloh suitably replied. Mr Bourke moved that the thanks of the branch be reoorded on the books for the donation of the gold medal by Mr .O'Neill, which showed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

LINSEED COMl'OUND — For.CoughB ami Colds, Kulieves AslLuia aud difficult bie illiing. LINSEED COMPOUND—Trade Mark of Kay's Compound Essence of Linseed f or Coughs and Colds. LIXSEED COM FOUND--Of 40 years' proven efficacy. For Coughs, Colds, bronchitis, pt . Local Fixtures. Water Trust Meeting—Second Monday eacli month. Jouncil Meeting—Second Monday each month. HHEdRPE'-s iimy "There's a Life-»aving Power about' BRONCHITIS CURE There s a Life-saving P Hearne's that raises it right out of the ruck. H*md this and Reflect "Whenmy Jlttl* girl was thre# years old she contracted Measles, t.. .. which supesvened Bronchitis, Pneumonia and Congestion of the Lungs. She was attended by a doctor of high stand ing, whose treatment, however, was i\ot suc cessful. . On Saturday, the 21st October, he said that her life was In danger—that there was very little hop* for her. For eight days and nights she had been prostrated by Cough, Pain and Fever, and was lying like a statue, unconscious. At this s...

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NECESSITY FOR TOWN PLANNING [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

NECESSITY FOR TOWN PLANNING Following the time-honoured cus tom of neglecting tho^e things that are most important, until lately town-planning has been entirely over looked, with the result that many of 1 of the older centres are in a eoadi- j tion boyond improvement. j Fortunately Australia is Btill com- j parative/y at the beginning of things, and it is to be hoped that full ad- ; vantage will be taken of this fact. Unregulated commercialism and avid speculation are chiefly to blame for the deplorable state of thins? in some of the industrial centres of the old world. Britain is doing her best to remedy the evil which is the re sult of post mismanagement ; and it cem+ins !er Australia to take warn ing by olS-worid errors, and by curb ing the powers of the land exploiter to conserve the beauties, and protect the healthful spaces . for future gene rations. An ingenious method of disposing of the ashes of a cremated body has been recorded. After a woman had been cremated the husband ...

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Rowing. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

Rowing. The Nagambie Rowing Club's representatives at the V.R.A. regatta on the Yarra oil Saturday last failed to win tlieir races, though the Maiden Pair, H. M'Dounld and J. Forbes, put up a very creditable performance. In tlieir first heat they had a walk-over, and in the next, after n splendid race, they easily accounted for Weudouree. They met the Civil Service pair in the final, and got decidedly the worst of the start, losing about five lengths, but rowing pluckily on got on terms with their opponents. A few yards from the winning post the Nag.imbie crew had estab lished a slight lead, when Forbes, wlio was rowing at a great disad vantage, collapsed. The Junior Pair, \V. Gebbie and G, I/ittlefield, were put out in the first heat, not being ready when the starter's pistol went. To-worrow the Championship Fours will be decided on the Yarra when the Nagambiecrew will be— J. Vickers (stroke), T. Vickers (2), G. Richards (3), V. Sullivan (bow), The crew has done a good prepar ation...

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AUSTRALIA v. CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

AUSTRALIA v. CANADA. In spite of droughts, scorching ■summer days, ami our own particu j hxv brand of "brickiieldors," Austra lia might well be proud of their cli mate, which is the best iu the whole world. Canada's hent is quite as had us ours, and her cold is well nigh unendurable. Kven those, whose native land would presumably have done its hardening work, frankly ac knowledge that the Canadian winter is too much for them. I A constant stream of Canadian im migrants to the Commonwealth prove , the superiority of our climate, and those who cannot get away dream of our sunny land and long to ho here. As lime goes on the stream will in crease ; those who are already here will urge their friends at home to follow their example, and the move ment will widen. The Canadian cities copy the United fltutcr in rnr.nv ways, their method of booming the'1" cities being thoroughly Yankee. . In Vancouver land fetches fabulous 1 : pricps, quite out of proportion to the sire of the city. Although ...

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War Precautions Act. AN ARREST AT NAGAMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

War Precautions Act. i An Arrest at Naoambie. • Under the terms of the War Pre cautions Act Fritz Ziegeler, a naturalised German, who with a companion arrived in Nagambie last week in a motor car on a fish ing excursion, was arrested on Sat urday afternoon at the Goulburu Weir by Senior-Constable Swan wick by direction of the military authprities, and was subsequently interhered at Melbourne. The arrest was a sequel to the searching of . Ziegeler's private house at Windsor by the military authorities, ancf the discovery there of numerous riflesfaud a store of ammunition. This is the first arrest under this particular sectiou of the War Pre cautions Act that has been made in the. Commonwealth. The exact reading of the regulation is as fol lows i— "War Precautions Act. Persons pro hibited from bring in possession of firearms and ammunition. Under tho abovo not and regulations enoray subjects, whether naturalised or not, aro prohibited from be ing in possession of firearms and ammuni t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

Carfnga Private Hospital station stkkkt, ka(!ambie. Sister E. 11. Baud. (B.V.T.N A ) Certificates : Mooroopna ttMcrnl Women's Hospital (Midwifery) ]Y E w Y K A 1"! • S- D A yt Friday, 1st Jamim-y, ioio. The 20th axmmi, SMEW weir Sports. Ituler tlic patronage V.A.U and L.Y.W. Jinked Kicyck Track, also Running Track, nml specially prepared Arena for i c Events. Shrubberies, Rockeries, i<awiis, ]• lowers ami S3i,kjv Tws, (he whole forming a Piclure'que Garden. fiO Pkk Ckst. or Promts to go to Patriotic Fr.vo. PBOGRA5IMK : Foot Running: Maiden Plato, 1,1 JOs 100 v<h; entry 2s Goulburn Weir Handicap, I.fi 10=5, 100 yds; Dora Qs, ncc Is Lady's Bracolefc, value L'J 10$, 100 yds nom Is, acc Is 220 yds Hnndicap, prize L3 ; nom Is Gd, ncc 2s Boys' Raco, under 1-i Girls' Race, under J-l Bicycle Events. Goulburn H'eir Handicap, L5 10s, two miles; nom 2s, ncc Is One Milo Uicycle Handicap, L8 ; nom Is ncc is Military Events. Rescuo Event, Ll 10s; entry Is Gratia Green, Ll 10...

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