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Footbball. THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

Footbball, TIIlv JUNIORS. I A meeting of clelc^;it.es of the Na gambie District Football Assoeia I tion was held at Cohen's Hotel on , Saturday evening last. The secre-1 tary of the Association was in ' strncted to write to the secretaries j of the various clubs informing them that the annual meeting of the As- j sociation will be held in the course j of a few weeks, as it was pointed out that it was advisable to make an early start this season, as there was a possibility of junior teams from Murchison, I.ongwood and Seymour joining the Association and the coming season promises to be a very busy one in junior foot ball. J,ast year's balance sheet is now ready, and Messrs J. D. O'Donogluie and P. Riviere were appointed to audit same. The meet ing then closed.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. BRYAN'S TIPPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

MR. BRYAN'S TIlTl.lv Mr. Bryan. U.S. Secretary ot Stat> has changed his "wine" from unfer mented grape-juico to pineapple juico because > its colour harmonises mor» closely with that of champagne. This beverage "will be served at q1 Mr. Bryan's diplomatic dinners. It i: understood that tho suggestion cam« from the wife of the Brazilian nra bassador.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

Tennis. The men's doubles tournament was concluded oil Wednesday af ternoon, the honors falling to Messrs A. Speed and T. Bradbury who dis played good form throughout the contest. The following are the re sults— First Round. A M'l'heo and L M'1'heo, scr., beat A, Speed ami 0. Brown, owe 1.5, 10—8, T. Bradbury, and A, Speed, scr., beat J. HoUmm and O. Cowan, owe 15, 10—8 A. M'Lcort and J. Day, owe 30, beat Rov Albon and P. Riviero, scr., 'J—1. D. Brown and P. Fosdiek, scr,, beat J. II. Lester and G. Oqnvood, D—G Second Round. A Spcetl and T. Bradbury scr., beat D. Brown *uul F. Fonkiclc 0—5 J. pav and A. M'Leod, owe 15, beat L. aiul A. MThoe, scr., 11—U Final. A Speed nnd T. Bradbury, scr., bontA, M'Leod and J Day, owo 15, U—5.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"THE UNSEEN POWER." [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

" THE UNSEEN paWEI?." — The popular idea that elect.rini» is in its infancy ia not aUo.v'v.h i lrue. Although the last doivMe lux not thrown any special light vn uj force itself, still the ndvanc? i., V machines and mechanical device-loll for the transmission nnd the <.> ! this great power, lms been very mnv> | »vd. The machines in use in thi j t ies were frequently frea'r. which the then embryo ptute o» i-mtw ledge regarded a» the acme ol pnfrc. tion. N'nv then the design of ;•! rt j<— ;^:u.ir'n rv issnur and more r: < :o /a' and the great idrat ahvji.vs li>r i^th« designer is to attain tbp hm-Jwio" d-gre.^ of reliability. As n ron ? (jucncp, modern electrical machinery is j w\ reliable as moving machinery ear 1 possibly he, and in this oss:n'.la' matter, has fur outstripped even tin irvmilio.r railway locomotive. Although the actual component parts of electricity still roiniin n mystery., the recent research invest' gations made by Sir T. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

Death Boll. ■MRS H. DELANEY. Ou Friday morniug last death removed from our midst a very old and highly respected resident in the person of Mrs Ii. Delaney. The deceased lady was a native of Tipperary, Ireland, and with her late husband lauded in this country 50 years ago. They took up their residence at Kilmore, and her late husband selected laud in Wahriug. Their married life, however, was of short duration, as it only lasted some five years, the late Mr De laney contracting a chill whilst en gaged in the pioneering work on his selection, from which he never re covered. Some time later the de ceased lady secured ail improved farm in Wahring, where she carried on dairying operations with most successful results. 17 years ago the late Mrs Delaney retired from her arduous duties and came to live in Nagambie, where she resided up to the time of her demise at the age of 76 years. Deceased had not en joyed the best of health for some considerable time past, and the re cent spell of hot w...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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THE MEDICAL CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

THE MEDICAL CONC ! Sin.v the medical fratornity luc :v.; .v.jnnl with the illuminating po\.o ; which the microscope possess, thrn is no problem so obscure that man ' in.I would be justified in vegnrdui:i! ;>s brvond the range of possible solu tion. Again and again, nppnn.nUv incurable diseases have bivn tracked lo their lair, and the lruans of ins truction discovered by tho pereever once and scientific enthusiasm of modi otl voinrioe. Tho various conferences and dipcus /•im.-,- which are periodically h.?l«l. dooy much to throw lighten I'nrk pi ; ; and during these meetings each na tion bring3 its treasure of individual ■ .study artd research. The body of doctors who have late ly left for New Zealrnl, are eximpli lying their often-repeated advice ol substituting for n. doctor's f o n change of scene and nir, a~d at. tli: •:ame time they will no doubt a Id considerably to the present vast sup ply of medical knowledge. Since the Inst two congresses whi h were held in Adelaide and Sy...

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School Committees. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

School Committees. Very little interest Was displayed by the parents of the children at tending the local State School in regard to.the election of the commit tee for the ensuing three years. The attendance was very meagre, and it seems a pity that more in terest is not displayed iu these mat ters. The retiring committee, who have some important matters 111 hand, and are anxious to see the work put through, stood for re-elec tion, and were unanimously ap pointed 011 the motion of Mr T. Clarke, seconded by Mrs F. Walker. The committee consists of the fol lowing—Dr Davies, Messrs Gadd, Walker, Riviere, Comerford and i Mesdames Davies aud D. Wfia. Dr Dayies nioyed a hearty vote pf thanks to Mr Riviere, who has sq capably filled the position of sec retary to the committee. The mo tion was seconded by Mr Comer ford, supported by Mr Bourke and ; carried unanimously. We understand at Tabilk, also, very little interest was displayed in the election of the committee, and the retiring members...

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

Bine wirf»wp.»?i»-Lv^?i!Tr.i"sVjr-^yvfrt-gr-: 1 A REMARKABLE CURE What Clementi Tonic can do in v; ffjtorinR the nerves 11 hcahhy power £< and making the weakened tyj'.rm *tvong. A letter in point which i» wo.lh reading. N?. 6 Post Office Place. Ssuih Mclb., 2. 7/11. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., yi nerve nnd brain currs knoun. I uied jjj nU kinds o( doctor*' mciicircs.atul go: no relief as I h.ivc from your tonic. I could not stand anyone'talking to me, or the noise of the town Millie, I lost appetite nnd weight. I was thai weak at times a child could push rite , over. I had to give up work, I lay £ jj hour after hour awake, now I can Ji go to bed nnd almost sleep at oncc. My case was one of the worst I ever 5: heard of. I thought I would never S| get welt. I can hardly believe the 15 relief I have (jot from Clements Tonic. ffi Nearly all those symptoms I told you !vj of have left inej and two or three & more bottles will nuke n>c strong. Before this I was going twice ...

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

An Ounce of Fire Protection (^5)0(^5)0^)0(53)0 Is Worth a Ton of Water Pressure. 1 . 'Plio ImUility of Loing burned out during ; -• • tlie "hot weather is always there. . , THE " A J AX " FIRE EXTINGUISHER Should find a place in ereiy household. We have proved its value for a certainty. It lias helped to siivo Thousands of Pounds worth of property in Nngambie. Be prepared for emergencies. It may ho yonr turn next. . . A, E. GADD, NAGAMBIE STOBES. Notice. That the Beehive Sale — CONTINUES TO Saturday, 7th March. 3) Eight more days to securc Bargains in all Departments. )°( Sale Specials in Boots and Shoes at Low Prices to Clear. Don't Miss This Opportunity. Gents' Boots, were 10s.. Now 7s lid. . <U Others at 7s Cd aud Ss lid. Sale price. ft Ladies' Shoes. Fine Qualities. ([ TAN AND BLACK. Jjj Sale price, -3s lid, were 8s lid. Sale price 4s Cd, were 8s O'd. tf Sale price, 5s lid, were 9s Cd. Sale price Gs lid, were 15s. Also a few pairs of Children's at ridiculously low pri...

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

TABXLE HOTEL, Corner STATION & MIUM-Streets, NHGHMBIE. ,j. M'lK'D.'opma (Late of Kyabrain. UKGS l» Notily the Public of Nayambie and district that lie lias taken oyer the above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and trusts by siiict attention to business to merit a (air share <»( |>a:roiisigu. . . .Gcol> ACCOMM.:l.)ATION Uuou Stabling M(H>e;mtk Tkijms Attkntivk Groom Ik'st lirands o( Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. .A. LEVER (L.ato Mrs Carroll) Wishes, to anno.mce to the residents of Kngambie and District •li:it be has taken over tlio business of the above well known Hotel, and intends to enter for patrons •by supplying the best in everything. - Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Groom. siA Victoria Ale "SK" The Valley Hotel, MACHCQBIE. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. is. c. Pianeiii. • (LATE OK WAHBING) - ' TT A VING . laken. possession of the XX, abovo,Hotel,informs her frrendsand (he-public generally that every endeavor will he made to make them comforla...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

. Church Services CHURCH OK ENGLAND. Rcclor : Rev. O. W. Carter, RJ)., Th.L. Second Sunday in Lent, 7-Jo p.»n —Sveuong and Sermon PKK8BYTERIAN. Al 11 a.m. and 7^30 p.m. METHODIST Morning at 11-RevAlbon Evening at 7*$o—Rev Alboft ROMAN CATHOUC. Morning at n«—Rev. Father Kavanagh

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

Dentil. DELANEY.—On the 27th February, at her residence, Nagambie, Honora, widow of the late P. Delaney. Aired 76 Tears, R.I.P. SuuTsaut Cud '| HE FAMILY of the lata Mrs 1 • Delaney desire to return their sic* cere THANKS to their many friends for letter* of condolence, telegrams, floral tributes, and kind expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement, also to specially thank tho Rev. Fr. Kavanagh for his kind attention.

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GILES'S MISTAKE [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

GILES'S MISTAKE It was a proud moment for Far mer Giles when, dressed In his Sunday lost, he wont to sec his -sailor son on board hi?- ship at the Port. ' He had Dover- been so close to a vessel before, and in his simplicity he marvelled at the size. Just as he caught hold of the two ropes which hung over the side to assist sailors to the deck he was somewhat surprised to hear a clanpinp of bells—the eight hells of senni n's time. As he stepped on deck he met the officer of the watch. He s.iluled him and said, timidly:-* "I hep your pardon, sir. I'vs come to see my sou Jack. But, 'pon my word, I didn't .mean to ring so loud." The llarhcr .(utter the shave) : "Hair d.vetj, sir ?" Customer (buHI-houdcd) : "Yes ; it died about five yearn ago." Friendship—one aopl in two bodies. r-rPythugorafi. ' •' 1858.

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Plague of Rabbits Still Spreading. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

Plague of Rabbits Still Spreading, Australia is still sufTetic;>r from « I luguc of rabbits. Consuls slnugh ' tor of the buunies is eft'cluiil only inchecking their spread, for they I reed so rapidly Xhat extermination s< ems impossible. . Stock raisers arc v. ;rc-netting their properties, dig out the burrows, and destroy Ii.ir nil surface cover. The Govern* n.ent is helping by selling wire netting at n nominal price. In the hot districts they are poisoning the water. Notwithstanding all this the pest is spreading. ISight or ten rabbits eat or destroy as much grass as one sheep. As there are many millions of rabbits the loss is appal* ling. Evidence of the way the rab bits are slaughtered is the fuel I hut from New South Wales alone 5,718,8.-19 pounds of their skins were export I'd in 1911, 5,050,000 poun Is in 1910, and 3,135,000 pounds in 11)00. The total exportation of skins from the Commonivealth of Australia last year was 10,388,716 pounds.

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

i.i fflrr—ct— tMixf ■ ii^^yiftnin nrflmnwrapwrnr Gregory's WAHRING STORES. All Plowing' Requisites 011 Hand. Plow Shares, all brands. Plow Reins. Rope. Plow Chains Bluestone, Etc. SUITS to Measure. Como and Inspect our Now Pattern Books. All the Latest Styles Shown. Suits to Measure from 35 s. Wahring Stores. MMHKJ The Approach of the Hot Weather. QECURE an Electric Iron on thc latest and most up-to-dat lines. Once used, no other Iron entertained. Makes work in the Laundry a pleasure, instead of u burden. Also, an Electric Hot Water Kettle. A great saving both in heat and fuel. Electric Fans to keep yon cool. Erected at Melbourne Prices. Fancy Shades, Lamps, and all Electrical appliances on hand. A large stock to choose from. Inspection invited. At -1 A n ll I A17 ' Electricpl and Mechanical » , Engineer. All Classes of Electrical Work Executed. Tailoring. Dear Sir, I wish to inform you tha" I have just received the very latest patterns in Suitings, Trouserings, Overcoatings, Etc., ...

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St. Patrick's Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

St. Patrick's Sports. Good entries havo boen received for the pedestrian and cycling ovents to bo ruu at Nagambie St. Patrick's Sports on March 17th. Tho handicaps are as follows:— Bicyclo Events. 2 Milo 1 Mile Wilson, J \V scr scr Ramsdon, A L ... 20 10 Trcziso, C A 40 20 Fostorv\YG GO 80 Gango, BII 80 40 Gango, J \V 100 50 Binnott, M A 120 GO Backhouso, G 120 GO M'Cabo, B 120 GO Brookos, 0 140 70 Jacfcsan B 140 70 Taylor, G 140 70 Throlfall, A J T ... Huggard, H B ... 1G0 80 ICO 80 Harhy Beeson, L.V.W. Hnndicapper. Pcdostrian Events. 180 yds 100 Yds E Carter ... 41. S| \Y Hartley ... 54 4 J Pugh ... C} 4i J Pago ...' 81 Gi J Droghom ... 8§ 6i GFlaok ... 9J 7 J J Godfrey ... 10 74 RBDrow ... 10$ 7J 0 N Cameron J W Bcokwith ) W Bakor t H J Brydon | M A Timothy ! F Baker ... 18$ » JLBartlett ... 14* 10J 3 O'Sullivan ... 144 10$ i £3BoldcustoQ ... 144 10i . T C Holraos \ A G Phillips J P Murray. W Campbell , G Kcady ... 15$ i PFKolly ... 1C u± J H Gillam ... 16J llj lonv Orpwood, tho ...

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To See Yourself as Others See You. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

To See Yourseii as Others See You. Did you ever soo \ours.«!f •; ,• - SCO you? You have IcLc.i ;;; ! mirror, of course, aid h:iv. your image that you look t exact duplicate of yomscli, ; i have supposed that thi-; l»•<*..i you exactly as you happened to an\ ono else. But is this so ? If y.'U are in clined to persist in beli/vir.-.r it, try closing your right eyo m*\t time you look in a mirror ;md which one your rolled ion closes. Also see if your hair appears to be parted oil I lie side you h.r c al ways supposed il to K\lend your right hand and see if your image does not greM von with the left. Hut if this fails to eoitvino you, hold n printed page before the glass ami see what progress you can make In deciphering th<* unfamil i-.tr-looking lines of "mirror writ ing" you sec in the reflection. At; is well known, n:i object and iN reflection in n plane mirror are not facsimiles of each other, but bear the same relation afi the right hand to the left ; so with n...

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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 — 6 March 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Whoro tho term "Tho ComS#K>a« wealth" is used in connection with tiicso • rutos and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Islam], and Norfolk Island.j LETTKItS. For every i ounce or fraction thereof. For do-livery within the Common wealth .1 0 1 For delivery iu iho British Em pire ^ 0 1 For delivery in tho New Hebrides, Batiks, aud Torre* Islands .. 0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 2} LETCTER CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, iti. each; re}>l.v, Id. each haU. For delivery in tho British Empire (seo list of places under "Letters )—Siu . gle. Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, K.mks, and Torres Islands—Single, *Jd. each. For delivery in other places— Single, 2fd. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with tho Id. stamp, and Reply or double cards, each half of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, nnvy be transmittal to places within the Commonwealth, aud tr those places, enumerated under eft-era," to whi...

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Cricket Notes. NAGAMBIE v. BAILIESTON. TRAGIC FATE OF THE LOCALS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

Cricket Notes. XAGAMHtK v. DAILIKSTON. TJtAGIC PATK OP Till'. LOCALS. j Tlio cricket match between Xikgambio ami Bailicatou on Saturday was uhoui us I big a boil-over as the Newmarket Handicap [ run on tho same date, when Iowirit caino i home in tho latter, and Mailioston made I hacks of Nngambie in tho former. On | Friday night a number of local janitors could have given yon tho straight tip lor | the double—Newmarket and erickct match I —hut thev were nearly as far out in their calculations as the man who went to i Ipiric for the North polo ami finished up at | tho South, and it will now clearly be also a ca«c of l-own-it " wiih Hailioston and the premiership. The glui-ions uncertain tics of the |{!iinc have been much in evidence this season between tho two Ummi# men tioued. When Bailieston visited Nagamlnc last they wcro rattled out for 'M runs. This time, howovor, it was Nngambie's turn In/jet rattled, which they did accordingh*, and succumbed for the tremendous score of iiO. Th...

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Snapshots. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

Snapshots. Sporls Good entries received for tlie pedestrian events on St. Patrick's Day. The cycle events did not fill so well 011 this occasion. Meeting of the members of the j Club held at M'DonaUVs liotol 011 Tuesday evening. The president, Mr T. Ryan, oc cupied the chair, and some import ant matters were discussed. The work of putting the run ning and cycle tracks in order was left in the hands of the President ] and Mr Baud. Work to he carried J out immediately. I The mutter of music was also ar-, ranged, and it was decided to en gage the Nagambic Brass Band to play at the sporls 011 the motion of Messrs Clarke and Couierford. The matter of music for the hall in the evening brought forth a lengthy discussion, and the engage ment of a Melbourne band was referred back to the ladies Since writing the above we have been informed that the services of Miss Gillbanks and Mr A. Salas has been secured to supply the music for the ball. The secretary reported that he had arranged to have ...

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