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

THE WEAVERS A NEW STORY By Alice and Claude Askew. Opening Chapters Next Week.

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

A bracing, 5^ tonic iwfnvi

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SCHOOL CHILDREN'S HEALTH MEDICAL OFFICER'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

SCHOOL CHILDREN'S HEALTH MEDICAL, OFFICER'S REPORT The annual report, for 1912, of the Chief Medical Officer ot the Board of Education, contains (says "public Opinion"), an exhaustive account of the measures which are being taken throughout tho country to safeguard the health of school children. Alto gether lhero are 1111 medical officers in the school service in England and Wales, as compared with 943 in 1911; S arc women and there are 742 nurses ulso engaged. The Chief Mcdical Officer, Sir George Newman, states that It is un fortunately true that uncleanliness still occupies a large share of the time, thought, and energy of tho offi cers of the school medical service, though it is encouraging to note that throughout the country the returns sliow u decided and progressive Im provement, and that the grosser forms of uncleanliness aro now rare as com pared with the conditions that pro vailed when mcdical inspection was instituted in 1908^ Many of the medical officers' re ports draw a...

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

How to be happy on wash day: use THAT'S WHAT MOTHER USES

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THE ADVENTURES OF A POUND OF COTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

[the adventures of a pound of cotton. , The following fais:or7 ef a poand j weteht of mannfactcred cotton is in [ teresting. The cotton came from the East Indies to Liverpool, •whence it ■rent to Oldham, "where It wa« span | into yarn; then it was sent to Fate- • • ley. -where it was worec: It was next: sent into Ayrshire, where It was tan: , bonred; afterwards it was conveyed to Dumbarton. where it -waa hmd sewed. and again returned to Palaley and sent Into Renfrew to be bleach ed. whence It was forwarded to Glas gow and was finished. Then it waa despatched to London, many months harlz? elapsed betwen the time It left India and the day It was racked In the London warehouse. In its prr>« gresa it contributed to reward the la bcr of several hondrad® o* people and increased in ralne about two thou J sand per cent. | The finer the nature the more laws will It show through the clearness of ;r. The beet things are seldociest se«n In their best form. The -wild crass grows well and stro...

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

| IF YOU WANT A VEHICLE ================ Qo to — COFFEY BROS. | 187 Queen Street, Melbourne. Factory: 640 Church Street, Richmond. ESSENTIALLY Tte MOTOR CAR for the COUNTRY | UNPARALLELED SALES in EVERY CIVILISED COUNTRVIn the World. 5CCXCC People uie this MARVELLOUS CAR. | AGHSTS- TARRANT MOTORS ,0M1M,.!±lst' WE WANT EVERY FARMER IN VICTORIA •_3 :-av* "A FORD." Sub-AjenU Wanted. STCPJ LOOK! LISTENI Y&tS &39«ir?4ai:y t.» fit i GRAMOPHONE. 5** llzsz HChrr Stcct Oir CZ*r c! & 50;'- 1914 Modal 50/ Psl-sbtd Oik Cabinet NTeisS tj3» i—. loni Re;rc<;=««r. Urge esas ell-i*; (u f!!-stra:e<2. wlti TEN a»» DcsUmM^ H-'-isi Hwccrii. a«ort«! Bizi3. ir.ul. S«att —-e-:ai ac i Hc^iorc-J. care paeied acd d»!lT«r*J. freight pa!i to jazz nearest rallxir itatio; for We i^Tite th<- c!c**3: Inspfj tioa br 701 or uj *f year frieadi xhea fa toxn. Bo* 200 Needle* Fr»». DINSDALES rat 269 Swanston-st. Melbourne.

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PROPOSING CARRIAGE BY DANCING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

PROPOSING CARRIAGE BY DANCIN G. V,*h<->- the ' ir. moTr-s ?.-••• hfard a* the e-.d c' the fhor*. simmer sea-son. nr.'i the ke clones up the cortherr. 3 0.1.9 on the A ret I* cosh's of Siberia, the **ha!oa com* ^tc to r»p*n vater Then. in cf-'<?braf.:on of the •mason's catch. rhe ire-ixeHfrra assemble for the "~ha!e da~"e." xhich ;as!3 faren ty-or.e day*. The zr*at dance circle \i prepared. and In the centre the dancer®, both male and female, per form the mo-?: pavage of evolutions and motions to the accompaniment r' rhythmic* boa tins; of tom-tom® and •s-elrd chantin?. The dance son?* tcTT of the process of the hunters and of tb« hfatorr of the tribe. The move ments of the **omen are surprising srrncefu!. and they mean to show In rhoir dan^e that, as daughters cf a ffreat peoole. they are posce«$ed of all the qualities such ^omen -nnu'd have. The men eierutespantomlmlc ?ceooF of the hunt and zo throuzh all the mo tions of the kill: they spear the Jc* heir, s...

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

THE EQUITY j TRUSTEES. EXECUTORS, .& AGENCY CO. LTD. j Subscribed Capital^. £125.900 i Reserved Liability .T £100,000 j Guarantee Fund .. £10,000 ; Registered Ofices: { 85 QUEEN STREET, MELB. j Board of Director*: 1 EDWARD PANNING, Esq.. Merchant, Chairman. Sir Wm. H. IRVINE. K.C., M.P., Bar ritter at Lav. » Hon. DONALD MACKINNON. M.LA., Barrister at Law. R. G. McCUTCHEON. Esq.. M.UA.. STEWART McARTHUR, Esq,, Bar rister at Lav. This Company is specially empow ered by act of Parliament (No. &7S) to act as Executor, Administrator, Trustee, Receiver, Committee under the Lunacy Act. or Attorney under Power, and to take Transfers of Existing Trust*. Income Collected. Funds Invested, and Estates Managed or Realised. JOEL FOX. Manager. C. J. MARTIN*, Assistant Manager. fITADATIO r wmm tjrmm. J&ra S. A. PALMER, 489 Fllndtrs Lane, Melbourne, llentlon thU Paper. Mrs. Hawkins worked ardently in the eanae of ar-imals, and when Mrs. Crow cane to tea she told her a very pa...

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

PATENTS Obtained la Commonwealth and Else* where for improved methods of Appli ances, Tools, etc., of any description Fuli Information, Costs, etc., sent ou application to A.. O. SACHSE. G.E. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS, Corner Collins and William St»., MELBOURNE.

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A Bit Nervous. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

A Bit Nervous. A burglar met a pal one morning carrying a picture under hla arm. 'Halloa!" said he. "Got anything good?" "Yes," replied the pal; "I lifted this valuable oil painting." Hill Sikea became interested. "Is it one of the: old* masters?" he asked. "I think so," said his companion. "It is a painting after Constable." "Then you take my advice," said Bill, warning!?; "and hook it before, you find the constable after the paint ing."

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FROM VARIOUS SOURCES [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

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BOYS ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

BOYS ON THE FARM. Tho average farmer's boy stands a better chance of remaining on the farm 11 he will apply to the farm Interest and systematic study, than he does by casting his lot In the etrango streets of the unfamiliar city. Farm ing may not give him much ready cash, but it 1b likely, If he goes into It with hie heart and energy, to bring him more satisfaction and comfort than he can find in the struggling metropolis. ' • ■. ■

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

W.REYNOLDS*SON ■rtaMhfcai in*. Com mini on Salesmen and Exporter* Metropolitan Maat Market, NORTH MELBOURNE. BXCrm CARCASE? PORK. VEAL, aod BEEF FOB BALI. Lire (tod treated on owners' account tor local or export trade. CtiTln* mwt an ttabu. BALES DAILT. HIGHEST PRICES REALISED Aeaoant Bale* nor Tnwday. BEEF BENT TO ANT PART OF THE COUNTEY. Corraapoodoiea Inrttad. N«» nwnatr; 00 Botirfce •(. Br Appointment to His Excellency the GoTernor-GeneraL Importers of Air Beda and Cuthloiw. Bnanie*. Bilk Klattlc Stoeklnga, Bandage*, Oalwanle . Batterlea, Abdominal lilUb Tnieaee, and Surgical Appliance* generally. Bern* tor Price Llet—Forwarded Poet Free. ORDERS BT POBT promptly att»nd«l to u4 despatched am day of r««elpt. RRANOH PHAHMACTi 380 BOURKE STREET. 111 COLLINS STRUT. MBLBOURNft.

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

RINGWORM. Ringworm J& one of the most com mon diseases of the skin, found on horses, cattle, dogs, cats and human beings. It occurs frequently with young cattle, and is caused hy a para sitic fungus, which may attack any part of tho body, but is usually found on the face, neck, back and hind quarters. As the disease is very contagious care must be employed in handling affected animals; giovea be ing recomeranded when applying re medies. The hair drops out in cir cular patches, leaving a dry scaly skin. This spreads out in widening circles unless speedily checked. The scale should be well washed off with warm water and soap applied by means of a brush, and painted with tincture of iodine or zinc ointment rubbed oil every two or three days if sore. One tablespoon of iodine to two table spoonfuls of vaseline makes a good ointment. Painting with carbolic acid and alcohol in the proportion of one in two, applied with a feather, are remedies often used.

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SAYINGS OF TO-DAY AND YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

SAYINGS OF TO-DAY AND YESTERDAY. Circumstances alter kisses.—Caro-, Jyn WeJJs. Many are men of probity—until you | begin to probe.—J. Y/hitman. j The man who can't remember when he was a fool Is one yet.—Strickland Gillian. About the only way a woman can , keep & secret is to keep it going.— Nathan Levey. ! Woman: A being to run away from, or with—as the case may be.—Elbert Hubbard. Young men, I have to advtee yon to try to be good rather than great. You'll have less competition.—T. Lawson. The wages of sin is exposure.—Es telle Klauder, A high old time lays many a man low.—Cole Blease. On the door of success is "push/* in brass.—Upton Sinclair. Lots of people will take everything for granted, except a hint.—Green wood Lake. Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all, but it isn't so cheap.—Sam Stimsoa. The trouble with the average mar ried man is that he doesn't know what a jewel his wife is till he comes to put her in a casket.—General Sickles. Casua...

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

The Scientific Cure for Indigestion. From Mr. L. Luskey, Baronia, Cather ine-street, Hozelle, Sydnev, X.S.W, 4th September, 1911. "I was subject to indigestion for some years, but did not pay much at tention to it as it used to come and go. 1 used to take pills and other medi cines occasionally, but they never seemed to <*- ie much good. Later on, I became afraid that the complaint was going to settle on me for good, as the attacks became more frequent, more severe and lasted longer. I began to lose my sleep at nights, my breathing became oppressed and the pain In the chest intense. My tongue was thick £ coa*e<^ aD^ * ^ad A nasty taste ia the mouth, I frequently belched up wind, and oftentimes had a cramping pain in the stomach. My evesight be came affected, my sight being blurred and specks appeared to float before my eyes. One day, I was banded one of your pamphlets. I read it and was induced to give Warner's Safe Cure a trial. I was astonished at the almost ...

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A STRANGE COINCIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

A STRANGE COINCIDENCE. A curious Incident occurred 36 hours after leaving Southampton. A large bird perched itself on the sum mit of the main mast, a sailor went up and caught It and brought It down, and It proved to be a brown owl! I am superstitious about owls, and was v ry depressed, especially as I had left my favorite sister ill. The sailors tied ft string around the poor, dazed creature's leg and were rather Ill treating it, so I offered them two shil lings for the bird, which they accept ed, and I then let It out of my port hole. The captain told me that they often caught even smaller birds on the mast, especially when the wind was blowing off the land. On arriv ing at Lisbon we received a telegram to say that 30 hours after my depar ture, my sister had passed away, and also Lady Macdonell, the wife of Gen eral Sir A. Macdonell, my -brother-in law—It was a strange coincidence!— "Reminiscences of n Diplomatic Life," by Lady Macdonell.

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THE SQUIRE'S PROBATION. A Yankee Yarn. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

THE SQUIRE'S PROBATION. A Yankee Yarn. Squire Thomas Jefferson Skaggs was the most talented swearer around Maryville. The squire swore if he lost a dime or found a dollar, if it rained or if thero was a Ioik drv spell, wind blow oast or wind blow west. He could hold his own with a circus boss, and make a sailor's par rot h;<n«: its head in shame. The squire ^'jih rather proud of his accomplishment until ho he«an court ing the Widow Undsey. Then he rimo to wish that his prowess rau a Ion i? different lines. "Look Jiere, squire—you say you love wot" , "Yes. bv - —" hek'an Squire Skaguf. | "Tut. tv.:'." checked Widow Lind-I t»e>\ '*!i" \\u: will yo thirty days with- ! out one worJ of profanity, I'll marry you; if r.ot. I won't." Then t?u- squire beirnn the sre«t battle. The first day he spout con juriuir up :md jotting down a Ions list of words and expletives to be used :";>r sui-stitutea for Ms own blue tlamc, sulphurous vocabulary. The list K-jT?.n with "Abou Ren Adh...

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FOR QUIET MOMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

FOR QUIET MOMENTS. Words are the coin of thought. Content is tho short cut to happi ness. y\Im at tho highest and at least yon soar. The sweetest- grapes hang Highest That is gold what is worth gold. We mako our disappointments by being too exacting. Tho streams of small pleasures fill the lake of happiness. By the street By-and-byo we arrive at tho house of Never. Better a diamond with a flaw than a pebble without one. Soon ripe, soon rotten; soon wise, soon foolish. Ho who has no plagues makes him self some. It is our own most prominent fault that looks ugliest In another. It Is by what we do, not by what Is done for us, that we become strong or good. Tho man who has no money in his purse must have honey in his mouth. When men are full of envy, they disparage everything, whether It be good or bad. He who would eat the kernel must crack the nut—he "who would havs , the gain must have the pain.

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