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Shepparton Freezing Works [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

iShepparton Freezing Works I The freezing works of tho Gon\-1 ' burn Viilloy Industrial Company | wns closed down 011 mutton nnd lnmb Inst Tuesdny, nnd will com j monco treating rabbits in a few ] weeks' time. Considering the I severe drought tlio season, nl ; tliorigh much shorter than it other wise would hnvo boon, has boon i j very successful, nnd over 120,000 I i sheep nnd lambs hnvo boon killed ' j and (rented sinco the works bogan. | Tlio works woro bnill to kill nnd j froozo n mnximuni of I,(>00 per day, but tho nvevngo dnily kill lins been botweon 1,700 nnd 1,800, | whilst on soino dnys over 2,0001 woro put through. The linnl ship liiont of meat will not ho inndo until Jununry noxt owing to tho scarcity of refrigerated cargo spneo. Tho directors hnvo de-' cidcd to sond tho mnnngor (Mr A. E. Bennett) to FJnglnnd by tho li.M.S. Moron oil December 29 to attond to tho snlo of the company's meat, tallow nnd skins, nnd to look into selling arrnngomonts nnd othor mntters nlTocti...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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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 — 11 December 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Whcro t)»o torm '"The CotutfiMi tvealth" is used in connection with tlu^o rate? nnd regulations it includes l\ipua. liOrti Howe Ul:wi:l, and Norfolk Island.] LliTTlS US. I'or every 5 oiuuv or fraction thereof. For delivers* within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in the British Km „ l»ro G I For delivery in the New ifol>r:<?es, Banks, and Torre* Inlands ..0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 '2\ LETTER CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth : Single, Id. each; reply, Id. each hall. For delivery in the British Empire (see list of places under "Letters/')—Sin gle. Id. each. For delivery in Now Hebrides, Bank*, and Torres Islands—Single, I'd. each. For delivery in other places-— Single, 2{d, eaclu POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with the Id. statnp, and Reply or double cards, each half of which has the Id. sUunp impressed thereon, may be transmitted to uiacea within the Commonwealth, nud tr those places, enumerated tutder u. ...

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

Another Line of Goods made in Germany HAS JUST COMR TO LIGHT And is labelled Austria's Ultimatum to Scrria. Of course, after Russia's mighty triumph Serrin is now determined. WE ARE ALSO DETERMINED ■ To clear as quickly as possible, goods labelled as above, and request that advantage be taken of our desire to clear all lines of this description. SPECIAL Xmas. Requirements OF GREAT VARIETY Arts dow being opened, mid purchasing presents for the approaching sensou as EARLY AS POSSIBLE is un doubtedly of special advantage to the buyer. Our Trade Routes being' open to all and sundry as usual. A. E. GADD, NAGAMBIE STORES i " . % Xmas is Coining | LADIES: | Select your Dresses early, and w bare a larg*er choice. Good Range of Patterns showing in all the New Materials, also Washing Crepes, Prints, etc,, in choice designs. tf t .-GENTLEMEN: Secure Your Holiday Suit NOW See the Special Line of Suitings at 50s & • 55s. TO MEASURE. FITS GUARANTEED. t) The House For Everything'. D. BfiOW...

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

TABXLK HOTEL, Corner STATION & HIUH-Strccls, NHGHMBIE. j. ja.'ax'a.'wsaa (LatcofICyabr.ini. BKGS to Notily the Public of Naganibie and district that he lias 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' Uood Stabling ■Mouekatb Terms Attentivr Groom Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. L. MASON ■ • (Lnto Mr A Lever) Wishes to announce to the residents of Nagambie and ..District : that lie has taken over tho business of the above well - - known Hotel, and intends to cater for patrons • by supplying the best in everything. Pleasure Boats aiways available. Good Stabling and Groom. at Victoria Ale. The Valley Hotel, NAGHCQ&IB. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. is. C. Pianeiii. ' (LATE OP WAHKING ) TTAVING taken possession of Hie : XI above Hotel, informs tier friendsand . the public generally that every endeaynr . will be made to make them comfortabl« when they pay a call. "...

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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, DEC. 11, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

©he ghipmtrii limn FRIDAY, DEC. 11, 1014. Local and General. Tho monthly meetings of the Goulbum Shiro Council and the Nagambio Water works Trust will bo bold on Monday. Teuders will be received up to Decern bo r 17th for purchase of old iron, ofc., at tho , residence iii tbo 'Tapilk school yard/com-1 prising old roofing iron, tanks, piping, ctc. j Captain Ernest Gregory, who is goiug to I tho front with tbo Expeditionary Force { is to be given a public 6ond«oft at Murchi- j son to-nigbt (Friday). ; On Wednesday aftornoon next a working ' beo will bo held on tho Regatta ground, to 1 put things in readiness for tbo forthcoming j : fixturo on Boxing Day. A good muster of ! willing workers ia rcqpired. Special boards to receivo and deal with applications for advances for seed wheat und stook food wjll be held at Seymour uud Ruabwortb on Pee. 14th and 18th respec tively. Mr J. Moore, livery fatablo proprietor and mail oontraotor, notifies that be baa horses, buggies and gigs on biro, an...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Rcctor :Rcv. O. W. Carter, R.P., Th.L. Third Sunday iu Advent. 11 n.ra.- Holy Communion PKKSBYTEKIAN. U atid 7.yo p.m ' Preacher, Btfv A. H. Tolhurat METHODIST Morning at 11—Mr Ashluy Evening at 7 30—Her. Lapthorno ROMAN' CATHOLIC Mbrnir.jj at II— Rev. Father Kavaii i^li

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

ur *J|Venc\) Surgeon Dentist, 302 Chapel Htieot, Pnihran. Tol. 2.jo, Windsor. Arlilioinl Tooth a Specinlty. Teeth slopped, scaled or bloaclied. Painless Extractions. l'liii'ty Yarn's' Experience. NEXT VISIT TO NAGAM15IE. Suturday, Due. 12, mid Monday, Dec I I-. Nagamtue Turf Club. ANNUAL RACES. Tuesday, February 9, 1915. 01 FICHUS : President, Mr J. Furlong. Vicc-Prcssidciits, Messes D. AUorn, P. Mor gan, K. M'Donald. Stewards, Messra P. Morgan, T. Doruin, J.J. O'Dwyor, J. Purlong, D. Ahem, R. • Manonoy, I. Band, T. Rvan, K. M Donald, T. Clarke, J. Midler, IT, Cohen, T. Donovan,.), MTntosh. Jutlgo, Mr T. Hy.in. Starter, Mr J. J. O'Dwyer. Clerk of Scales, Mr P. Hill. Clork of Course, Mr L, Mason. Handicapper, Mr \Y. llill. Treasurer, Mr H. M. llamlfield. Hon, Surgeon, Dr Davies. £103 PROGRAMME. £103 Handicap Hurdle Race Of 20 hovs. t wo mik'K. St'eoml iiOfso to recoivo 2 sova, from stale©, Nom 10a, acc 10a Maiden Plate OfSsovs. five furlongs, weight for ago. for all horses tlmt have ...

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MURCHISON v. NAGAMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

MURCHISON v. NAGAMBIE. On Saturday last Murchison visited Nagambie, bringing a re presentative team, wliieh, how ever, was disposed of for the small score of 50, the bowling of C. RyaD, of Nagambie, being too good for the visitor !f. Jdjlls al^o bp^led -vrpll. G, Kearney, with 19 not out, was the leading Murchison batsman. On going to the wickets Nagambie knocked up 120, chiefly through the agency of Ryan and Ingleman, the former batting well for 69 not out, and the latter 32. Messrs A. Riviere and H. Day officiated as umpires, and the teams were treated to re freshments at tl|e vesidenoe of Mrs Haines. An application tram the Mur chison cricket club for a permit to play R. Goodsir, of Rushworth, has been refused, as the other clubs hare objected. The matter trill probably be considered later on at a meeting of delegates. On account of tbp Rushworth club being defunct Goodsiv says be is unable to get a game. • The secretary of the W.C.A. has received a cordial invitation from Mr W. ...

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Our Two Evils. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

Our Two Evils. Australians are asking themselves which is the worse of the two evils which now afflict tliem—the war or the drought. The answer is not a difficult one. The war is bad, but the drought is worse for us. The loss from the former we can re cover, but what we lose by the drought is practically unrecover able. Indeed, the ultimate results of the war of nations will be to give a tremendous impulse to Australian progress. Undoubtedly they give birth to a real national spirit, which will manifest itself in numerous ways. Primary production will in crease, and local manufactures ex pand in a manner undreamt of a few months ago. For the present we must be content to suffer loss i and inconvenience in many ways. 1 Take our most important industry, | wool production. The exigencies of the war compel the Imperial Government to put a partial em bargo on our sales, and the action is having some curious, results, The United States of America for many years practically shut out our wo...

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Tennis. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. NAGAMBIE V. AVENEL B. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

Tennis. ASSOCIATION. MATCHES. NaOAMHIF. V. AVF.NI'.r, 1!. A most enjoyable time was spout on the Niignnibio courts 011 >\ edncsday, when tho Avonol 15 loam played Hie locals. 'L'lio Rame resulted in nil easy win for ' ngnnihio. During the afternoon 110 Kugambie Indies cntortnincd tho competitors at Afternoon tea. J he results were : C. r>. Uy:m ami i„ jj'l'lico lw.il .1 " Ciadil and J. Jora-.in ... io_ .1 nntl bent Win. Wurncr ;iur! 1, nJ'nn 12— 2 j A. M'Lcod and J. I).iy heat -1. u^dd I ami J. Jordan ... ' l-»—11 i' and boat Win. Warner and f7. j Uymi ... ... ... \o— } ! -1R T\

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Cricket Notes. BAILIESTON V. MOORA. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

j Cricket Notes. BAU.IESTON vT MOORA. I Xtie above match was played at Moora on Saturday in a strong I wind accompanied by clouds of j dust which blew across the ground. The Moora wicket is without doubt the best in the association, and the Bailieston batsmen, especially Jones, found the bowling easy, putting up the good total of 182 for six wickets. Jones made 104 of this, and was at the top of his form, 60 coming from bouudary hits. Vettifer (37, not out) also* batted well. Moora's score totalled 108, of which Locke was highest with 22. Several other batsmen got double figures and gave promise of better things in the future. Bailieston, as will be seen, won the|match by 4 wickets j and 74 runs. The Moora ladies. I with their usual hospitality, pro i vided an excellent luncheon, which I was much enjoyed by both teams. ! The match was a very enjoyable one, and, as is usual when playing | the Moora lads, the very best spirit ' prevailed throughout. The scores 1 were:— | Bailieston. j...

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Goulburn Weir. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

Goulburn Weir. (From otic Correspondent). A meeting of the members of the Goulburn Weir Mission .Band was held in the hall on Saturday, the Rev F. C. Vickermaii being in the chair. The object of this meeting was to consider the advisability or otherwise of holding the annual fete in connection with the above. After studying the matter from every point of view it was decided to hold the fpte as usual 011 Wed nesday, 16th inst, when it is hoped that a large number of people will be present-. There will be numer ous attractions, and in addition a first-class musical programme is in ] course of preparation. The various missions for which the band works are feeling' the stress and strain caused by the drought and the dreadful war raging, and the funds (raised by this fete will materially assist the missionaries, who, under the most trying circumstances, are striving to alleviate the suffering and trials of the members of their ; I districts, and bring as much briglit j ness as possible i...

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Nagambie Volunteers' Social [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

Nagambie Volunteers' Social A meeting of the committee of the above was held on Monday ovening at Mr Hopkins' office. There wove present Mr T. Derum (chairman), Messrs A. N. Hopkins, J. C. Cowan, A. Baaoloy, and the joint seos., Messrs A. M. Orpwood and A. 6. Ashley. The secretaries submitted the various acconits,' which were all passed for payment. ' | After providing presents for 23 i volunteers thero. remains a credit balance of £7 18s 8d, and it was unanimously voted to the Nagam-1 bio Bed Cross Leaguo.' The following is tho balance sheet:— Reoeipts.—Salo ol tickots and door re oeipts, £31 8/6; donations 16s. ' Total, ' Expenditure.—Uatohboxcs and wallots, £2013/6; eartago, 3/; cordials, IS/; break ages, 3/4 i postage, telephone and gonoral cxpensoa, £1 3/; hire of hall, £1 10h ; cash in hand (or Bed Cross League, £7 18/8. Total, £83 3/6.

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More Volunteers. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

More Volunteers. It is pleasing to be able to an nounce that the young men of this district are showing that there are still among them those who are not afraid of taking a hand in this cruel j War and, by volunteering for active i scrvice, showing their patriotism in j a most practicable and acceptable , form. ' There is no closing our eyes to the fact that the end o£ the war is a long way off and a bitter j struggle is yet before us. Can our j young men read the accounts of the bravery and self sacrifice of tfiose Britons who have been for months past stemming the onward rush of the Kaiser's millions without a feel ing arising within them that by staying at home they are doing nothing to help the Empire's ■ cause ? Every youugmau who can , do so should volunteer, as it is only j by |making big sacrifices that this splendid country of ours will be prevented from becoming a German ! possession. The .Nagambie dis- j trict has already, in comparison to it's population, done better tha...

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

'10 ADVERTISERS. — NOTICE is I hereby given that ALTERATIONS to STANDING Advertisement* will in future be uiadc on each WEDNESDAY Afternoon preceding the day of Publication (Friday) in uclt week. AUvcrlwew ar« rcqueutcd to forward COl'V for Alterations , to "Thnob" Oftico NOT l.ATKR 'than 1 p.m. on Tuesdays.

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The Wool Market. Melbourne, Dec. 7, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

The Wool Market. Molbouruo, Deo. 7} 19U» Iu accordance with arrangomonta mado | with Adelaide J>rokors no sales weroheldin Yictona last week. Upon resumption of sales to-day Dalgoty'u brought forward a catalogue of over 3,000 bales, which was ominently sultablo foe present demand, with result that a boom salo resulted for all good and suporiov oomebaok and flno crossbred wools, priccs for which ruled at highest rates of season. Tho depressed market roported .from Adolaido and other centres was not uoticcable in Melbourne, ordinary and inforior wools solliug on a oar with prices current two woeku ago. Mr Russell Clarke's "•Hawkaviexv'' oomebaok from Rivorina mado 19jdj W. J. T. Clarke's "Ml. Bohanok" comobaok from South Australia, 18jd; J. R. Cross obtained 18|d for oomoback from "Gazette," Fens hunt; Edward Youngman, Hid for hlu "Ardnartan" oomebaok of merino quality; Mr R, MVLaurin, of Germanton, N.8.W., obtained X8|d for his "Yarn* Yarra" come back ; Messrs Williams Bros, obtai...

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Goulburn Weir Volunteers. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 11 December 1914

Goulburn Weir Volunteers. Arrangements for giving a send off to the Weir volunteers, Lieut. W. ]. Day and Ptes. C. Miller and J. Toohey, have been completed, and a grand patriotic concert will be held in the Weir hall on Satur day, 19th inst. All the available talent in the district has been en gaged for the concert, which pro mises to be considerably above the ordinary. Patriotic addresses will   he given by Mr J. Gordon, M.L. A., Revs A. H. Tolhurst and F. C. Vickerman and Mr E. C. Parsons. The Weir entertainments are always looked forward to with pleasure, and this being such a unique gathering is sure to attract a big attendance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 December 1914

W.C. SULLIVAN BEGS to announce that 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 n share of public patronagf. ONLY GOOD WINE WILL BE FOUND ON THE SHELVES.^ Good Accommodation. Kirst.classTablb Stabling ana Attentive Yardsman. There's a Life-saving Pc Hearnes There's a Life-saving Power about BRONCHITIS CURE that raises it right out of the ruck. this and Reflect " Wlten my little girl was three yean old she contracts J Mc*s!«, upon which supervened Bronchitis, Pneurooni* and Congestion of Ihe Lunitv She was attended by a doctor of high stand ing, whose treatment however, was not suc cessful. On Saturday, the 21st Octobcr. be said that her life was in danger—that there was veryjtttle hope for her. For eight days ' and nights she had been prostrated by Cough, Pain and Fevar. and was lying like « statue, unconscious. At this stage 1 was persuaded by a friend to obtain HEARNE'S Bronchitis Cm,...

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AUSTRALIA'S NEGLECT OF THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 December 1914

AUSTRALIA'S N-.GLECT OF THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY. ; f The cultivation of toVncto has been inexplicably neglcctcs! in the Commonwealth, with the unfortunate I [result thnfc £1,000,000 per nnnum, which should remain lure to holp in ! the progress and prosperity of Aus ! tralia, regularly goes to fill foreign j coffers. i In the whole Commonwealth there 'are only 2,149 acres devoted -to the cultivation of the weed, while the local consumption alone would ic quiro the production of at least 60,000 acres—and, of course, the de velopment of an export trad? would mean unlimited expansion. Th? rea son ot the unpopularity of this money-making product amongst' our formers, is difficult to finl. The climate of Australia is well adapted to Its growth, and the land suitable to produce high grade leaf is not necessarily high priced. No spe cial appliances or machinery, other than the o&iinary farm implements, are required by intending tobacco growers, and tho labour involved though constant i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 18 December 1914

LINSEED COMPOUND — For Coughs and Colli*. itelicves Asthma aud difficult bieilhmg. UNSEED COMPOUND—Trade Murk of Kay's Compound Essence of Linseed for Coughs nnd Colds. LINSEED COMPOUND—Of 40 yearn* proven efficacy. For Coughs,. Colds, Bronchitis, ot . Local Fixtures. Water Trust Meeting—Second Monday each month. Jouncil Meeting—Second Monday each month.

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