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II. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

Malcolm Yraves was at Waterloo, though It was after twelve o'clock when they arrived there, and he drove with, them to the .Carlton Hotel. Miss Geratdine, lie said, had gone down to Datton, but-would .return early In the day. His greater news he kept1 to himself, chuckling th,e while as a boy who •would, throw a stone .but has not. the courage. 'It was good to see Wm at the .table. In Hugh's .private room, sipping the champagne to the accdmpanimcat... of -deep- mouthings and .''lingering sighs of .satisfaction. Not-so the. Archdeacon, who lifted hi3 glass like a veteran and-rarely set ft.down empty.. George Hedges had no poor heart which never rejoiced. And this truly was~"an occasion b<s, yond memory. To.be sure they talked of what was j to come-^rot with greater earnest-j ness of what might be. The q\:ef j tions they pat to the. old solicitor brought a merry light to eye* | a frivolity beyond eiper^nce to i;? • lips. Did he think Rosal-Sra::!:*? eri- < dence ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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CHAPTER XX. A Witness for the Defence [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

CHAPTER XX. •A Witness for the Defence SoS-arpr^ steamed into i ft ^tarwL- eveaiaR fcst j Mart?^' 11 r° '-r eilbw «"> ; .Iaaamc- Adt-k- or the handsc"-> sp-fit!:* «*«i ^*a. t€-r :o ta* Souti tit: v<^- ' ffiormnc: he r.-> v-.^ •--- i : as«f then <* \ tbc-r Archdc-s ;i\:;v" ifaIn!—precis. .1 ' Do •vr'u irrrrt^j^e iM* >bev admi: vou to th-- vicA."iJ ihe of the nlsif'"" '' " " «JL '»££« cotfci=e-I «» ^ the t'«». I'? raan cri?s fo* wines— !ln- l-^„SI:""e" CrJc:" Gwrse. if I Hi no,. K-c?p moving." „ J'y ,]c'ar ^"OV,-. your haj\pinr.5a I mores m prcatly . . . b.,t ie ^ fore^'th'1, .«*** ret be .v '* I-I'l-.. _. . ? prea\ eVf>nt happens you both - ..._ t'vpni ^r>r> w"1;!11 !'ray Goa 'o- you every 1 .Pft'v; ;'•„ -; como !:p n:i dc<* to •»,E-;' "®,sI* °f wfeht v.-as ; J;e- «f he P« it. joined In to sav ^b?,ttv«r happened, he d:d no ^ beA'-e '1.5 r"kfRe ccmW bp oh:^: J^°\c ,a v;"ek hafl run. r~f 11. ''pe ,0 apologise to th° cr n- .if1" 1>...

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III. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

III. The- hour? when a communis ! with his own soul are sacred. and ! r.or.e may spy upor, then1.. i Kuch could have told no man perchance ho would rot have dared to tell hi? c.vr. dear wif«\ ho*v he spent the nisht of the vicil. or wh.n raw saee the darkness had for him. At davbroak he walked ir. St. Jan*? Park—the fuller hours of the morn ing found him pacing the Strand with the will of one who could have burst open the great doors through which she must pass. She would be brought up at ten o'clock, he said, she who was the heaven of his hope. He won dered that those who passed him by did not cry out upon him for very spite of his happiness. There wore few in Court, for this ?wift surrender on St. Deny?* part had not been made public, and none but the lawyers knew much about it. Ocraldine arrived at a Quarter to ten with P^sdy, who had. in imagina tion, driven the groat car all tho way from Dai ton to "Lally's House." She left the boy at the pate of thrt Law Courts, and went in to...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

A NEW STORY Of great interest Entitled A BROTHER'S LOVE By Grahnm Brown, Will be Commenced J Next Week. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

YES! A BEEHIVE • NOT OF BEES • BUT OF r\(JSY BUILDERS OF ANDREWS NONPAREIL 5TOYE5 'Valbquo* j)osrrd free C.^NPPEtt). OEELW. There are morose hard natures in which cheerfulness cannot be planted or engrafted. Such natures are like shadows of life—the clouds that blot out from our view the beautiful sun. MADE. 5N0WY.WHITE WITHOUT A ROB HEART* ARROW MAGIC SOAP CLOSER SETTLEMENT FARM ALLOTMENTS Application Ir lnvlted forFarmlng Areas on the^ Undermentioned Estates— Estate. District. No. of Allotment* Available. Nerrln Nerrln Streatham 6 "| Suitable tor wheat Pannoo Ecbuca 3 > growing and sheep Marathon, Willow Gr. Echuca 8 J (arming. Cremona Tea 3 1 AllambM* Ywriinn 16 I Sultab'0 tor dftlrJ'ln* K Warragul . " J «nd mixed farming. Kllmany Park Sal# 12 i Dairying and Boladalo Matfra 16. f Beet Growing. Allotment* suitable tor Agricultural Laborer*', Workmen's and Clerks' Homes are available as under:— I-' -i : .Vi •. IV ' !• I & iiisJ Agricultural Laborers:—Allambee-Estate, 3 a...

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III. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

m. There was another letter Bent on by Geraldine, and this from one whom Hu&h bad not expected to In dulge In the candor of correspond ence. St. Denys was in his old cham bers in Jonnyn-street, and there he fretted and fumed against the world, and the women who helped to people the world. VThat had he done to de serve all this? he asked. Why even his owu son was being* turned against him. He meant to put* that straight —to have a private tutor for the boy, and to see that these infernal women didn't coddle him any longer. It •wnB quite pathetic to read between the lines, and to see how this aristo crat derelict desired the very "sym pathies be had done so much to alien ate. "Prove to me that there was nothing between1 Patty and this man Heresford, and I will take her back to-morrow," bo wrote. "It's for the boy's sake, for I -do really believe she's in love with me, add that's a fa it." His other , protestations - proved, as Mat Michel said afterwards, that the devil bad bee...

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LEILA AND HER LOVER Published by Arrangement: with Ward, ck and Co. Led, Lond and Melb. All Rights Reserved. II. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

LEILA AND HER LOVER By MAX PEMDERTON*. Published bj .-vr:?.nj:t?:Een: with Ward,, ck ana Co. Ly', LoncL and Melb. All Rights Xcserr«d. II. Hugh saw the great steamer -pat about for Southampton, and he •watched Mat come out of the opera tor's room. 'An impulsfre exclama tion called the Irishman to his side. The hour for subterfuge had gone. "Well. old chap, is the doctor abor.rd?" "No, he is rot on joard." ~''ou ^ "**on7d j mediately?" "I was sure of it." "Because o.' their friends-hip." be the same my :e 'were » i: this boa*, another day o • -'u." "Whit will we do now, Mat'.'" "Cable to America, an say we're taking the child on *o Lo don." "I don't believe she'Ji "Ah. then, 'tis pr*c:ou s !:::)•■ know of human nature. Think yo'i she really loved a m.in who most of his time like a <. elirious sot. Sentiment, gratitude, a •omar.'s im measurable power of sac : This wa= a fine looking young feii< w with th-' heart of a giant. Hj app devoted somj of the '>-:st "e...

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MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT. Talk in the Lobblcs. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT. T;ilk In the Lobbfce. ' During tho Kodor/il clcction cam paign Mr. Fisher UBcd very iroquuntly '< i nn old saying, "Finance is Govern- 1 m<mt and Government i;; Finance." ! That phra.su states the foundation of good government in a short sentence. Tho Government of Victoria Is stand ing upon Mio Treasury administration of the last ten years and because the administration has been wise Victoria la able to face the drought and the war without alarm. More than 2000 miles of new railways are building In the country districts this year, and the j functions of Government are more active than at any other time in the , history of this State. There are other problems of Government of much less importance, and the problem.'; of least importance aro being discussed in tho electorates. Tin* further one gets from the centre of government the more aro the less important prob lems heard under discussion. Yet it is true that tho far-off parts of the Sta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

Be Sure Its ' WOLFE'S Schnapps LOOK FOR THE NAMEI

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HER NAME. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

HER NAME. Hop parents called Jicr Marguerite, And frlendH and kinsfolk said, "How HWCCt!" I Hut hero I will relate to you What happened as .slio upward grow. Her oldest sister called Iter Meg, I Her loaning brother called her Peg, I Her girlish ehums to Daisy took, Plain Maggie satisfied the cook. And Madgo she was to her papa, And Margie to her fond mamma, And Peggie in her grandma's voice, And Magpie as her grandpa's choice. With Margery her teacher's word, While Itita she herself preferred. N'ow, In this list with names replete, Pray what became of Marguerite?

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Simple Sandy. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

Simple Sandy. A commercial traveller had taken a largo order up in Aberdeen, and en deavored to press upon the canny Scottish manager who had given the order a box of Havana cigars. "Naw," ho repMeii. "Don't try to bribe a man. I cudna tak' them—and ,1 am a member of the kirk!" "But will you accept them as a present?" "I cmlna." Haiti the Scot. "Well, then," said the traveller, "suppose I sell you tho cigars for a merely nominal sum—say, sixpence?" "Weol, fn that cane," replied the i Scot, "since you press me, and nbt ] liking tae refuse an offer weel meant, 1 I think I'll be taking twa boxes." "Opportunity may knock at every man's door," writes a disappointed wag, "but to me opportunity lias al ways seemed more like ono of those small hoys who ring the doorbell and then run."

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Trying to Believe It. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

Trying to Bellev.o It. "Hello, Dyson!" said Thompson. "How's everything?" "Simply doing swimmingly, thanks, old chap. Couldn't be better. I was never doing eo well in my life, I've got a hundred pounds In my pockot at this very moment." "Good—good! I'm glad to hear it! Delighted!" • "Yes, a hnudred pounds—a hundred i pounds! You understand?" Yes. I congratulate you." "But yeu believe me, don't you? A solid hundred pounds in golden sove reigns in my pocket—a hundred pounds!" "So you said. Why do you keep repeating it?" Well, as a matter of fact, I'm test ing that Btory about a fellow repeat* ing a yarn until he comes to believe it himself. I expect thoroughly to con* vince myself about Thursday. You mlgbt lend mo .a sovereign till then, will you?"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

THE SKINS, WOOL, HIDES, TALLOW, ETC. Wm. Haughton and Co. Save commission and got Highest Price* and Prompt Returns. AGENTS, FISONS' SHEEP DIP. WINDMILLS"" %» Alston's New Gearless Ball Bearings Throughout All Moving Parts enclosed in Dust* proof Case, and Bud in Oil Over 30,000 "ALSTON" Mills in uftc NO ATTENTION REQUIRED Expert adilcedl Catalogues Free on application ^Qjuecn's Bridge, MELBOURNE < j murdogk'S LIQUID FOOD You can well understand, '1th my success with my two Babies In the past, why I use your LIQUID FOOD with my beautiful Four* . and who have never had a sick day." IH USE AT THE HOMOEOPATHIC HOSPITAL, WEUBOURNE. OBTAINABLE AT ALL CHEMISTS WHOLESALE FROM DUERDIN and SAINSBURY, FELTON, GRIMWADE and CO., ROCKE, TOMPSITT, and CO., MELBOURNE. - rWRITE FOR BOOKLET. : I Essentially THE Motor Car for the Country. Tha Only Oar upon whloh tho Sun Novor Sutm. In every civilised country in the world the Ford has the undisputed record for sales. Join the little band of...

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VEGETABLE CATERPILLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

VEGETABLE CATERPILLARS. Close relationship between animal and vegetable life Is frequently noted by scientists. Sponges have much in common with both anlmals-and plants. The imitative forms of Insects, which make the butterflies of Borneo re semble the leaves of trees, are well known to most readers in natural his tory. All these observations go to prove that the same general laws are at work In the animal and the vege table worlds, and that the same gener al types prevail in creation ac far aa conditions of life permit. , Attention may be called to the aweto of New Zealand, as one of these j puzzling products of nature. In the early stages of its growth it is a per | feet caterpillar, growing to the length of three and a half inches. It Is al i ways found in the neighborhood of 1 the rata tree, a large, scarlet-flowered myrtle, and buries itself a few inches la the ground. When the aweto is fully grown it undergoes a wonderful -change. The spore of a vegetable fungus fixes itself d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

PATENTS I Obtained In Commonwealth and EIbq I where for improved methods of Appli ances, Tools, etc., of any description. Full Information, Costs, etc., sent on application to A. O. SACH8E, O.E. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS, Corner Colllna and William 8tp., MELBOURNE.

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SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. The sun gives six hundred thousand times tin; Unlit that a full moon does. It Ih believed that ultra-violet rays are largely responsible for the fading of museum specimens in show-cases, ami experiments are now being innde with a view to obtaining glass which will he al the same time colorless and inexpensive. The jinriksha, or man-drawn vehi cle, ho universal in the Far ISast, is being rapidly superseded by a "cycle riksha." which was ilrst put on the market in Shanghai. It Is n basket chair-cycle combination, propelled by a coolie riding behind and complete ly shielded from the passenger. A writer in an American contempor ary states that it is quite possible Mint electric steering gear may one day be fitted on petrol motor-ears as a means of relieving the* miiHcular effort re quired witli the ordinary steering gear nu long Journeys over rough roads. The practicability ami reliability of electric: steering have been demon strated on ships. A French ehcrn/st r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

r.i w. ESTD. 1782. WOBKERS' COMPENSATION. j FIRE. ACOIOHNT. j LOSSES PAID EXCEED £90)000,OOOj ■ Ulllf fty ey*H f1R5* «nd hy HOhTMIHfi j art o»d» Rood thl> Damp-in*. j AQENTS~VVANTEP. i fwit»« AR1 TP 4-71 BCURKE ST.. j SEl Melbourne, j OALOITY A CO. LTD, AGENTS. i the virtues of olive oil. j No home, especially whore tliero are children, should ever he without olive oil. For u woahly or a rickety child, or one who Is recovering from typhoid fever, olive oil v.iU some times work wonders. Iluh in the oil over the whole of the child's hody, ee peciallv about the upper part, taking a few drops at n time into the palm of the hand. The nourishment thus abtorhed through the skin will be of Immense service in buildinp up the child's strength. When :i child Is suf- i ferine from a sovoro cold, it is a good plan to rub the back and chest with ] olive oil. A threatening of croup often : will end in a theateninc only if oil , and camphor be applied to the child's chest. Saturate a piece of fl...

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A SWISS HEROINE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

A SWISS HEROINE. Said a writer in a Homo paper dur ing the course of the Balkan War. Mon have rightly been rewarded with the Victoria Cross, again and again, for risking their own lives to save those of their fellowB. Why is no honor of the kind ever conferred on the women who prove that in the matter of heroic solf»sacrif\ce they are on an equality with men? Take the instance of Miss Alt, the grey-haired oh), heroine who, bearing of the ter rible distress and loss of life in the cholera camp at San Stefano. has gone down among the soldiers there, and is working night and day to save life and reduce the sum of human suffer ing that Is the inevitable consequence of war. Many years ago Miss Alt, who is a Swiss trained nurse, went out to Turkey in that capacity. Since thou she has been a governess in Tur kish families; and now. at an advanc ed ago, she goes to risk her life and to spend her hardly earned savings in order to save the* lives of others. Could the V.C. be given to a better...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

SILVER STAR STARCH , WHITE AS OCIAK FOAM

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