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

A MELBOURNE TRAMWAY MB writes this letter. |j P/Jr. Charles Rock, of 42 Gtaden-st., !j Eriot Brunswick, who for 33 years j iiao fil'ed an important position in |j the IVieSbourne Tramway and O.B. | Company, writes this tetter, which I oiher officials can confirm, to EMENT TONIC This is a Document of special interest to all railway and tramway men. 42 Blidcn Slrcei, Etit Brunswick, 2/4/12. CEMENTS TONIC LTD., v "It'urns the end of Deoember, 1911, that I oaught coltl and wns laid up with pleurisy, whloh became very serious. The doolor thought it advisable to oonsult with another physloinn regarding my illness. For throe days Mr TEMPERATURE WAS 104 DECREES. MY LIFE WA8 DE8PAIRED OF, BUT IT WAS THROUGH TAKING THE DOCTOR'S ADVICE THAT I AM IN THE LAND OF THE IIVINC TO-DAY. Hu advised my wife tg, get CLEMENTS TONIC FOR ME. 'THERE WAS LIFE IH THAT MEDICINE.' I am oonvlnoed that when he said, 'Ufa in Clements Tonlo,' they were THE TRUE8T WORDS HE EVER UTTERED. I am sure that I would have be...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Snapshots. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 February 1914

Snapshots. To-night! Fire Brigade entertainment. Don't miBS seeing the great star film, Czernowska, 3000ft in length This great picture will be sup plemented by the following films, right off the ice. Window on Washington Park.' Getting a Patient, comic. Giving Bill a Best, comic. Counterfeiter's Coin. ■ Those Troublesome . Tresses, comic. , / Fan Making. This is a great opportunity to help yourselves. The firemen are asking for a decently situated fire station, the Fire Brigades' Board are providing £ for £ subscribed by the public, and the property holders are getting a show worthy of their patronage, the proceeds of whioh will be devoted towards the f urther protection of their pro perty from the ravages of fire. Only last Saturday we had a very' good illustration of what would have happened in tho ab sence of a Brigade, and an over flow house should greet this even ing's entertainment. If you are unable to attend, as sist by buying a tioket. Dargalong races on Wednesday. Local h...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 February 1914

POSITION OK CLUBS. Club Biiilicston Nngambio Moora HiiKhworth Murclmon c .2 § I 1 •S £ 21 ►J ~8*' 0 ">r 0 <2 i'B 1 0 5 10 7 <> G 0

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

I 14 it' 1JOURNVI LIE . L/TkeCOCOAdeLtixe The beverage alike of the humblest citizen and the wealthiest in the land. Highly nutritious/ economical in use, easily digested. This was the cocoa selected by Dr. Mawson for his Antarctic Expedition. ,CADBURY BOURNVILLE TNCLAND C*J (I I' c • Nii«ainbie Times" FOR Tliere ii nobody who due# not need Printing of soiko kind. The Business man requires the numerous lines that are called (or in the regular course of hi* operation*. In addition, if lie bo live'and ap-to-dute, lie should have circulars and prioo lifts to luppkmcnt his newspaper advertising in keeping liis custvifiefs, present and prospoutii e, in touch with nlut he is do ing and how he is doing it. Thpre is ijo that is not susceptible to thy learen of Plenty of Printer*! Ink jadioioaily used, ' Societies 'khd Clnbs reqiiW BqIm; Programmes,' Tickets, Syllabus Cards, Circulars, etc. Every organisation oaed« Printing and Mllplacing the orders it should bo borne in niind thai tha laaal...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 February 1914

Our Melbourne Letter. ITUOM OUli OOnuBBPOMDENT. The authorities may well consider the uniform of the police in con nection with the summer months. The serge tuuic worn by the ordin ary constable is uncomfortably tight across the chest, while the obliga tion to keep it buttoned all down the front while working the beat makes it still more suffocating. The helmets have long been known in the force as "brain fever cases," and even with the white covers on, keep the head very hot. If we have abandoned that which " looks nice" out of consideration for the ' comfort and health of our military forces as regards the question of uniform, why should we persist in denying the police the same con cession ? As regards the officers of the latter, their uniform is heavier than that of their subordinates. It is made of thick, close-textured dark blue cloth, and on the shoul ders are sort of miniature epaulettes of silver cord, while the helmets worn by them are covered with metal embellishments, wh...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Cricket Notes. BAILIESTON v. MOORA. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 February 1914

Cricket Notes. BAIMESTON v. moora. These teams met ou the Bailies-1 toil ground 011 Saturday for their third game this season. Moora had only seven men, consequently the! game was rather one-sided. Clieong Bros, were the only Mooraites to j make any stand with the bat. II. , Cheong played a lively innings for 60, which included nine 4's and one j G. W. Cheong compiled 12, which included one (>, anil E. Cheong | made 10. The innings closed for a ' total of R7. M. Pettifer obtained ■! i wickets for 21 runs. Bailieston made the required number of runs with the loss of one wicket. A. Perry made <10 and then retired. M. Pettifer also made ■10, and was caught in the out-field by Ritchie. Both batsmeu played their innings without giving a chance. W. Smith made 11, and L. Stevens was given out l.b.w. to Darroch. Darroch, 2 for 11, and i H. Cheong, 2 for 42, bowled best for Moora. Appended are the scores— Moora. Dntroch, b Pettifer 1 Glicong, b I'cttifcr 10 H Chcollg, b Pettife...

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AUSTRALIA—A SEA-NATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 February 1914

AUSTRALIA—A SEA-NATION. 4— Australians aro incline] to up on »homsolvi\s ag a it.ition of l.uil lubbers, and to regard the in'.ml navy rather in the light ot nn ttxy^vi mcnfc on the embryo sou-prowe?* <d th«» inhabitants. As usual, it. is tfw I onlooker who sees most ot (Incline, j uml the incoming visitor is invariably j impressed by the number, si*/e nnd 1 variety of craft which Australian harbours arc called upon to accom modate. Tilt' wharfs arc filled with large -.coins liners, aud (he visitor Is impressed with the man/ vcsst-ls ptv su-.naMy in communication with the ■ Old World- TUc Englishman's idea of a coastal steamer is a small ves- ! nel of 500 to 1500 tons, in which be despairs of finding even eompirative comfort or space, and ho rr.siguK him- j self to a period ot force,\ inactivity ,• and misery combined. J His first awakening comes when lu : learns that the palatial steamers j which he credited with a round-thc* [ world run are in reality Australia's ■ coas...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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NAGAMBIE v. RUSHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 February 1914

Naoambir v. Rushworth. The locals journeyed to Rush worth on Saturday, and scored a win. after a tough battle. Nagam bies.batted first and made 90, A. M'Donald playing a nice innings for 21. Inglemanand O'Donoghue were disposed of for 11 each, and D. Brown was run out for 3. The whole team, however, contributed some runs each to the score, and F. Fothergill was second top with 12, made in good style, then coming Riviere with 6. Every man in the team broke his "duck" and 90 was eventually reached. Howe and Folvig did most of the bowling for Rush worth. The home team opened badly, Griffiths securing a wicket with his first ball. The Rev.-\Vray, who was playing his first match with Rushworth, proved a big help to Rushwortb batsmen, for although: he did not make many himself, he was' instrumental in getting Ash going, and the latter played a good innings for 39. Wray 12, Howe 11 and Peel 10 were the other scor ers. Rushworth had 81 up for the loss of 8 wickets, but two of their men woul...

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The Ceylon Silk Company. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 February 1914

I The Ceylon Silk Company. Edward Percy Liddlo, who do scribed himself as a draper, wns brought ii]) lit tlio Control Police Court, Sydnoy, Inst week, oil sovoral olmrgos o£ fulso protonces arising out of a concern stylod the Coylon Silk Company. Dotectivo Wnlkor said that in company with his nmto Pearco, he wont to Control Chambers, Pitt street, on January 1, and found accused in a room with tliroo bundles of letters, which woro found to contain postal notes totalling £76 odd. Ho found also a bundlo of newspapers, copies of the sheets in which Liddlo said ho had advertised. Telling Liddlo their business, tlioy askod him about tlio bona (ides of the Coylon Silk Co. Liddlo said ho was tho manager, and tho company was tho largest importor of silk in tho world, with lioadquarters at Lon- i dan, and brandies in Paris,: Brussels, Vienna, Now York, Quebec, eto. Asked if ho was tho sole employee in Sydney, Liddlo said that one R. P. Scott was his boss, but ho couldn't give his address. Ask...

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TRAINED HELP FROM INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 February 1914

TRAINED HELP PROM INDIA. A new experiment is being tried to •olve the domestic problem. Two Eurasian girls have lelt tbeir -nattn land to take up domeitic duties ia New Zealand. They have been trail ed at St. Andrew's Colonial Homes, KaHmpong, India, and will receive ten shillings per' week is situation* ilready secured lor them. During.the hearing ot a titer adul teration charge is Berlin, judge, .nry and rrmafil each solemnly dnak tv* Plata of tka —intril ligooe.

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NAGAMBIE v. BAILIESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 February 1914

SUGAMBIE v. BAILIE8TON. < Tho locals play Bnilioalon on tho Nagtim bio ground to-morrow. Piny starts at 2 o'olook slmrp. Tbo Nagambio team will bo chosen from M'Donald (3), Brown, Handfiold, Dixon, O'Donoghuo, Ingleman, Itivioro, Griffiths, licnnotb, Fothorgill, Mills, La Guicr, Williams, CaoIH, Butlor, Gundry. Tho local club at a mooting lust woek iwscd a motion urging tho Association to refuse any further permits this season.

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

An Ounce of Fire Protection Is Worth a Ton of Water Pressure. Tho liability of being burned out during tlie liot weather is always there. . . THE ' AJAX" FIRE EXTINGUISHER Should find a place in .every* household Wo have proved its value for a certainty. It has helped to »nvi> Thousands of Pounds worth of property in Nagambie. He .prepared tor emergencies. It may he your turn next. . . A, E. GADD, NAGAMBIE STOBES. r a • 3 Notice. That the Beehive Sale (T — CONTINUES TO ' (£ Saturday, 7th March. 1 (^) Eight more days to secure Bargains in all Departments. f - . ! )°( — 1 Sale Specials in Boots and Shoes at Low Prices to Clear. Don't Miss This Opportunity. i Gents' Boots, were 10s. Now 7s lid. Others at 7s Cd and 8s lid. Sale price. Ladies' Shoes. Fine Qualities. TAN AND BLACK. Sale price, 3s lid, were 8s llcl. Sale price 4s Gd, were 8s Gd. Sale price, os lid, were 9s Gd. Sale price 6s lid, were los. Also u few pairs of Children's at ridiculously low price. CALL AND INSPECT. — At -...

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

TABIL22 HOTEL, Corner STATION & HIGH-Strcels, NHGHMBIE. J. M'lX'l'OSUl (L:ite of Kyabr.im. : BEGS to Notily the Public of Nagambie 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 Accommodati is Oood.Staoliso Modkkatk Tkrms Attentive Okoom Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. A. LEVER (Late Mrs Carroll) 'Wishes to announce to the residents of Nagambie and District that lie has taken over tho business of the abovo well .known Hotel, and intend? to cater for patrons J. by supplying the best in everything. 's' Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Groom. a.1- Victoria Ale MARKET. The Valley Hotel, MRGnmfiiE. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.' Mrs I! Dfonplli Jlllo. u. rldplll. (LATE OK WAHttING) ' TTAVING taken possession ' of the ' XI abovo Hotel, informs her fiicndannd Ihe public generally that every endeavor will .he made to make them coinfortabl® : when...

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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, FEB. 27, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 February 1914

®hr ®imc5 FRIDAY, FEB. 27, 1914. Local and General. THE NAGAMBft: BAND.—Tho Trras uror (Mr I. Taylor) wishes to acknowledge ■with thanks tho following amounts from weokly subscribers:—Mrn W Sullivan, 11 Cohen, E M'Donald, 3 F Greenwood, F Baaeloy, J M'Donald, Tho Bon Bon, Is each: A Bazcloy, 2s; G LittleSoM, J DonORhuo, WHM'Leod, Mrs Thomson, C Wheeler, H Choyne,_J Williams, G Robinson, A I Baua, J Comorfora, \V Thorno, J Allrcd, E Price, 0 0 Lcary, II M Handfiold, W E Bourko, M Williams, L Slovens, 6d c.ich. LUNOH HOUR.—A mooting of business nooplo was held in tho Bowling Club pa vilion on Friday ovoning last, wbon it wa decided bv those present to closo their business establishment* daily from 13-301 to 1 80 on and alter 1st April next. It «ss Minted out that this system was carried 5mt m much larger centres, and worked VOTMtolMtotay. At the present time the hrosewife is obliged to keop amncr wa. mg lot irregular intervals, whoroas if the™ 'was a regular hour lor all tkoshops i,\'...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 February 1914

Church Services •CHURCH OK ENGLAND. Rector j Rev. G, \V. Cnrlcr, E.D., ThX. Virst Sunday In Lent. ft ;um — Holy Communion PKESHYTKK1AN. At ii n.tn. and 7.30 p.m. METHODIST Morning nl it —Mr Ashley Evening al 7*30—Choral Service ROMAN CATHOLIC. Morningal 9—Rev. Father Kavariagh

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

|| Notict. I I O ADVERTISERS. — NOTICE is |(: I hereby given that ALTERATIONS li> to STANDING Advertisements will in £ future be niadc on each WEDNESDAY K Afternpon preceding the day of Publication 1 (Friday) cacji week. Advertisers are I requested to fotwajrd'COPy*. for Alterations 1 to "Times" Office NOT pATjS'R than J p.m. on Tueedavr. notice 1ADIES' arid GEN'iVVISITING , j CARDS piinied-ucaily and cheaply at the Time* 00 oc. New Type, Surface j Cards, Melbourne Prices. J Do You Know THAT .... F. Oreenwood ; [ AS stcnir-l for u iU>(iiiiU< term the • * M-IVUW of— Mi? J. .M'liUN.AM), I l-'irM-i-lusH Farrier and Agricul tural Smith. 1 l.'ato Faniii- to the Mrlhourne C.irninjr t'o. ! .irscl M iii.'uvr i-f l,1.iiifu-]<l Shivitij; For^e, ■ M«'lh !Ui;r: »lo fotir \r.:|s with Na-holsou «r,' Mu: ri \V, M'tht'.UT.o utlit '?hrj<p tliiMl ; nUo 1.4 V'ii.st Smith mi riouy, I t;u ve^tvrs, l'.:ii; -lt'i'.taiii] Rum Machinery. Si'cnrini* tlw . . . F»H8T VlU'...

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Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

Mail Arrangements. ck-flpatchcil for Melbourne •» , and 6.30 p.m. daily. .—17 {.own) 9 35 a.tn.idaily. J7 (up) 6-3" p.m. our 8.15 a.m. and O.30 p ih>son «i 9.33 a.m. and 6.30 p.m 'jiyi.burn Wen ;i( 10.40 a.m. on Monday ' osday and K'iday, also Bailitsion liiuslown at 10.40 am. on Mo day Incsdaj and Kriday, also Wirale! •eyto»n, Wiiratc and Wat lv 10.40 a.m. Tuesday, Thursday ud rdiv. ^letter Bex (north end) 8 a m daily L^jitclbuu nc--Arrive at 10.10 a.m. ami P.m. daily. T.P.O. 17 (down) bl 10 p.m. daily, 17 ( p) 7.10 n.111. djily. >eymour at 10.10 a.m. and 7.10 p.m. Murchi-on at 0 a.m. and 7.10 p.m. daily. Goulburn Weir and Anyustown 4.my ".^lon ay, WedneaJay andFriday. •M Qiay:own, MitcheHsiown and Walllevale taw 6 30 p m. Tuesday, Thuiad.iy and ^Satuiday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

5XKB2a55BSaser: OURNVim-An TheCOCOAcSeW <p -—.— e) Coupons in every tin Ask your Grocer, or write eaeburi>^ for COUPON SHEET to CADBURY'S > 267 George Street , SYDNEY or 14 Market Street, Melbourne.

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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

ITagambic 9imte FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1914. Local and General. TENNIS.—At a meeting of tbo Nagambio Tennis Club on Monday evening tbo ad Tisablenws o! making special efforts to raise sufficient funds to enable the construction ol two asphalt courts was discussed, and it motion in tho affirmative was carried un animously. It was decided to hold a con cert on or about the 35th inst,, and also to run a series oi sooials, the first to take place on Easter Monday night. A mixed doubles tournament was played 011 Wednesday af ternoon, when Mr x. Bradbury and Miss N Quppy captured the trophy. TENDEHB.—Tenders are invited by tbo Shire oi Goulbuni, returnable on Monday next, for works on the Old Raoecoutso Boad, - Longwood, and also works iu Tar combe. ■EXAM.—In oonnection with tho cookory class examinations, which embraces Nagam bie, Bhepparton and Murehison State schools, Miss Clarrio Chapman, a pupil of tholooal class was successful in annexing the Lady Northcoto prizo, gaining tho highest numb...

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87 HOURS IN A BALLOON. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

87 HOURS IN A I3ALLOON. A German balloon hns landed a' Perm, in Russia, having travellec without a stop from Bittcrfield, a die tnnco o! 1,740 miles. It thus heats tin world's record held by M. Bienairae the French balloonist, whose longest flight was 1,491 roiloa. The Imllboi was altogether 87 hours in the air. Owing to the printers* strike a^ Prague, the leading newspaper, th ''Narodni Listy," has been producoc by photography from typewrittei topy.

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