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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Com[?]onwealth" is used in connection with those rates and regulations it includes Papua Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island. J LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The ComVtooji- i n-»althM is used in connection with those : rates ami regulations it inehnles Vapuo. l.onl Hon e lslan:l, ami Norfolk Island.j LKTTEKS. For ovvrv \ l* of doliwrv wealth .. , 0 X ' For delivery in tho liritish Km- I pire 0 1 1 To. delivery in tho Xew Hebrides, | Hanks, utul Torres Islands ..0 2 • For delivery in other places .... 0 2 J j LETTER CARDS. j For delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, ld. each; reply, Id. oueh half. For delivery in the British Kmpirc (soo : list of plncos under "Letters")—Sin- j gie, ld. each. For delivery in New Hebrides. Banks, rn:l Torres Islands—Single, 2d. end). For delivery in other places— Single, 2Jd. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcard* impressed with tho Id. stamp, and Reply or double cards, each hah of whieli has the Id. stamp j impressed thereon, may be transmitted to 1'iacca within the Commonwealth, aud I t»~ those places, enumerated tinder ,f. .ferfi," to which letters may bo tra...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Graytown Sports [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

Graytown Sports The annual Graytown Sports took placo on tbo SOlli ult., but tbo success of the meeting was spoilt by tho unpleasant st^to of tbo weather. 4 heavy dust storm, which started in tho earlv woroin«, ter. ruioated in some smart thunder shower* during l he progress of tho spot's. Most of thepoople, o3peoially i ho ladies, wore very light clulhiag, and when their cod' tumes became soaked they clung so, closely that they showed their owners comely figures off to very groat advantage iudtxA although thoy must have to It very uncomfortable. It is to be regretted that, the woather was not more favorable, aa the committee had worked bard to make tbo spi-rts a success. The following ate i the results:— • 15pya' raco, 5j~E M'&l'^enziu 1, Bur- 1 {jesa 2 I Girls1 raco, 6/—Edio Uleeson 1, Roeio j Bryant 9 ' Handicap Bicycle race, j62 10/—Gordon ; Cruickshaair, 275 yds, 1 ; £ Reed, 275 ' ydtf, 2. Four stariud ) Shea! Toaaiug, 10/—E Walsh 1. Four oompeted Havk Bace, 42-W tiryau...

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GoulBurn Weir Sports. IDEAL WEATHER. ANOTHER BIG ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

GoulDuin Weir Sports. IDEAL WEATHER. ANOTHER BIG ATTENDANCE. For tlio nineteenth eonsocutivo timo tho coinmittco of tho Gonlburn Woir Sports Club Imvo commenced tho opening of tho Now Year by tho holding of their annual •sports gathering, which liiw now reached something of a big ordor, and tho outing is looked forward to by holiday tinkers from tho numerous surrounding cctitrc.s, tho metropolis and various pirts of tho Stnto. In fact many would look upu itiw :m ill omen should anything prevent them from spending tho opening day of tho Now Year -it the Woir. Delightful weather greeted (|xo opening of 1014, consequently the at tendnuco was highly gratifying to tho com mitleo, tho guto takings amounting to 1ST, whilst in addition to this clo?o on 400 'excursionists travelled by special train, , from whom tho Railway Department col- I loot tbo nclmission foo oM/. 0,1 tlmt (ho amount to bo derive,1 from'th^ sourco will bring tho total K„t0 rcr J, to €10(1, so it will l,o moii fro,,, "l'...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Death Roll. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

Death Roll. On Saturday morning last there passed away one of the earliest pioneers of this district, in the per son of Mrs Catherine Scully, of Wormangal, at the ripe old age of 78 years. Deceased had not been enjoying the very best of health for some considerable time past, but was always able to be up and about. On Friday morning last at about 3 o'clock she took seriously ill and passed peacefully away at 11 o'clock on Saturday morning. The late Mrs Scully was a native of Queen's County, Ireland, and landed in Victoria in 1862. She first resided at Eppiug, where she married, and then went to reside at Woodstock. With her late husband, deceased came to this district some 45 years ago, where slfe resided up to the time [of her demise. Some years ago her husband met nis death whilst returning to his home from Nagambie, owing to a tree falling on him, on the road between Mr Wm. Miller's property and the railway gates, and it • is said by those intimately acquainted with the deceased ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Annual Regatta. 22ND OUTING. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 9 January 1914

Annual Regatta. 22nd OUTING. A GREAT SUCCESS. • I Tho 22nd Annuiil outing in connection with tho Nngnmhio Regatta, which was hold on (taxing Day may upbear as gome 1 what past history, owing to the intorveuiug spaco hotwoon our issues, du« to the holi ; days falling in iho middle of tho week, but ■ as thin function easily holds prido of plaeo amongst tho numerous outings which take placo throughout the your in tho Lake 1 City, it cannot ho allowed to p is* by with out recognition. To givo a brief summary ■ of tho aft-air, it is pleasing to noto that tho i Rogatta has moro than retrieved tho laurols lost through adverse weaf hc-r whilst being hold on the Lako. Tho movo to that beau tiful strotch 'if water on the Ooulhurr. has been tho means of winning back that nhl time popularity. Oarsmen from tho lead ing metropolitan and provincial chibn have j expressed their appreciation in most Iambi , tory terms, and this alono aug>»rs well for j tho futuro successes of this outing. Then, I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

An Ideal Tonic FOR THE Stomach and Liver. Because it cleanses the system and genOystimulate* the action of the stomach, liver, and bowels, Mother. Seigel'a Syrup—made from roots, barks, and leaves—»oon correct* the "out-of-sorts" condition from which so niany, people suffer at the change of season. ' Thirty/drops taken aftpr meals, renew appetite and purify, the. blood ;by: ensuring good digestion. When you have headaches, or pains m the stomach, flatulence, no appetiteor eneVgyi-.*nen,you soon feel done-up and weary, your jttimach and liyier need help, and need it sorely. Take Mother Seigel's Syrup after your meals, arid it will speedily renew youtiappetite,:tone up the stomach and liver, make food nourisf) you. and give you new life and vigour. There is notfiihg toMiiiuMpthcr Seigel'a Syrup as a digestive tonic auui •tomachif remedy. . mother Mrb. Sarah Anne Ikviwb, of Manning Street Ki*ma, . N.S:W.»'*TOtingonMay4ih» 1913^•a$»:-:i ,'Aaone whoWewd rauch£rwio4igestionV'.head- ' . • ...

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Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

i :' Bowls. Pn Wednesday -the Sheppartou bowlers visited Nagambie, when they brought with then} a'strong combination. The green proved to be -in good order, aud the game was keenly contested, and excite ment ran high towards the final. At the 20th end Sutherland put iu 6 on Park, whilst the scores at the previous end showed the contest to be pretty even, 19—20 in thls.rink, but at the 25th end Park'was 6 to the bad. In the 20th end Hill had a lead of . 6 on Stubbs, but at the 2-flh end they were ^3 all, IJilf'S riuVgettJrig the yerdjcf by' ope in the final end. Afterqoon tea.'w4$ served by the ladies, and the visitors spgke very ' highly, of th<? spread, and stated Nagambie was the only club in the Association at which the ladies assisted. Scores :— .v.- Shcpp.irton. Rink 1—Sutherland,. Downoy, Sandy, Whitehead (oapt) ... S3 Rink a—Stubbs, Mattby, Kendall, M'lvor (oapt), ... ... 33 BS NtgJuabiot Bjnk J-Cowa)il'1Q"orfifBn,' 0»t)PrB8, Park 8$ Rinlf 3—\yilljs, Ocelli, Hernia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

WnVEttTISHMENTS. / V* -■ i3f: S3^' !> / The beverage alike o( the humblest citizen and (lie wealthiest in the land. Highly nutritious, economical in use, easily digested. This was the cocoa sclsc'vcd by Dr. Mnwsoii for his Antarctic Expedition. CADDURY UOURNVIIJ..E. I-NCLANP CaJI.„v? Do You Know , THAT .... J. F. Greenwood HAS secured for u dcfiuito terui tho services of— Mil J. M'DONALD, who is a First-class Farrier and Agricul tural Smith. Lato Furrier to tho Melbourne Currying Co. mid Mauager of Fairfield Shoeing Forge, Melbourne; also four ycius with Nicholson & Morrow, Melbourne and Sheppurlon ; nh«o First Smith oti IMouy, Harvesters, j Combs, ctc., aud General Farm Machinery. Securing the ... First Prizes For Light ami Heavy Shoeing at i Shepparton Show in 1011. • Tho following is ft Testimcniul from Mr Adams, ono of tho leading horse breeders And judges for the Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria: — "Barfold," via Kytieton. This is to cortify that Mr J. M'Dotial...

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Goulburn Shire Council. MONDAY, JAN. 12, 1914. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

Ooulburn Shire Council. MONDAY, JAN. 13, 191-1, ANNUAL MEETING. l'rosont—Cr Kondy (president, in the olinir), Ora Deano, Morrissy, Derum, wore road ana confirmed, o( SS ? much improved position than tho previous your. ORDINARY MEETING. The lWdcntsaid they nil iogrotted ».o ,lratb o( Mrs Wilson, wifo of Cr Wilson, which hnd occurred since lust 1,0 would movo tb.it the Council adjourn for ft timo, that a letter o! condolence l,o sent Cr Wilson. Seconded by Cr Dearie. Crs Durum and Gordon also supported tho motion, nnd spoke ot tho great loss their esteemed colleague had received, and the many ostimablo qualities possessed by the ? Uilv who was ono that was over ready to oxtind tbo liand oC help to all m need, and hot doraise vias most dcoply rcErettod by overy memborot tho Council. <Cho motion was cturiod in silouco. Tbo minutes of tbo last ordinary meeting \wo road and confirmed, and tho outward corroapondonco approvod o'. Correspondence. Prom John H. lfal;or,A.S.A.A.,t,uv...

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CATS TO THE RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

CATS TO THK RESCUE. Australian ports mii'lil tah» a les ! eon..from the Old World In the art of keeping down rats. The Port ol ! London Authority keeps a staff o! cats, numbering five hundred, whose duty it is to dc:\l with- the plague ol rats at the dcc'ts. Thesp cats ore found to be far more effective thar poison in the warfare with the rats. Ones mirctlij r rourceful Scot,with his strongly dv/clJjjil inventive fac ulty, has suppliui n need and thui helped to minimis' the dangers of tht deep. Two of the White Btar llncrB, travelling hetwecn England and Ame rica have had installed a - new appara tus called a fridigometer, invented bj Mr. M'Nab. This instrument Is verj highly sensitised, and c when,-the ves sel is approaching, or In the vicinity of nn iceberg, gives warning by light ing a lamp, and ringing a powerfu' - nng. The alarm continues until heed ed.

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OSBORNE TESTIMONIAL. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

OSBORNE TESTIMONIAL. A GREAT SUCCESS. On Monday ovoning last tho Mechanics' Hall was packod, closo on 160 woll wishers of Mr V. C. OaUcituo Wmg sorted at tho Fostivo Hoard, in order to say good-bye prior to his doparturo (or Warrnambool to tnko cbargo of tho local branch of tho Colonial IJank at that town. Tho function took tho form of a smoko social and pro* Rontation, ;»nd ovorytbinfl ptvssod off splen didly, Mr J, Gomcrford occupied tho chair. Apologies v,'oro rocoivod from Mr P. G. Clarko, H.L.C., Cr. Wm. Wilson, Mr 8. Ralph, Colonial Bank, Soymour; Mr Onge, Hoad Oflico, Molboumo; Mr Carnoi Kuror; 8 Armstrong, H, W. Osborno, Mol« bourne; Geo. O.sbomo, St Arnaud; Dr Leslie Davic.s, J Adams, A. H. Litmbdcn, M. Dohorty. Aftor tho toast of "Tho King" hod boon duly honored | "Que Guest" was ptoposod hy tho Chair- . man, who said that tho largo and roprc* sontativo gathering that had assomblcd that evening was a sufficient guaMBtoo of tho esteem in whiob, Mr Osborno was hold j right t...

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ENGLISH APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

ENGLISH APPRECIATION. Mr. Honiar Greenwood, who is u t.t ting mouthpicce of the enlightened group of English Parliamentarian? who recently included Australia I" their "overseas Dominions" itinery, has published in tlio "Daily Mail" r.r account of Australia's naval attitude. He says "A great body of opinion in Aus tralia and in New Zealand is in fav our of making cash contributions tc the Admiralty rather than attempt the establishment of a local tied. Kveryemwith whom 1 spoke took tin view that n sovereign so contributed would yield more efficient Imperial resuH.rt than a sovereign spent locally. At the name time, there was also a deep-rooted feeling that at the mo ment nothing but a local fleet would satisfy the needs of the Dominion.-?. And for two reasons : first, hecaUKe.it was considered more in keeping witl the power and future of Australasia to have its own navy; and, secondly, because it was feared that, in some Armageddon of the future Austrnlani« might he left unprotected ...

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TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

Qa MtWtart..Mi ^DQ^61I1» «y MO StSSkMIA of t^^KMAUevrCunOlub, on tho Court, and juMaotad with ■ ootttjr tennis raoquot, suitably liuoriM. Tha presentation m» made by Mr 8 Park, presldsnt, who bpokr ia eulojUtio Mom oi Us Itjpport aooordod to tb«Cla<> by Ki Oibomo, who ^s alqo M» oi their loading «J0Mute $ U» «ai»e. and they grMttr MoMM ua departure. They. WttSey' o»uET not lot him go away wiiHbutin book small way woognlilng the very many valued urrioM 09 had rendered, ana he had great pleasar* in handing Dim the gilt as a token ot ostoeffl andgofldwiU, a&s&sf§ ho hlghly afftsolated. Afternoon teaww Mirodbytbs ladlta, aadamost enjoyable tiiM was

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THE DANGERS OF FOREIGN IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

THE DANGERS OF FOS'lON I V1IYIIGRATIO' . Th-.t Premier of Victoria, Mr. \V:itt, wlun speaking in London on iniir. •ration that "Atwtrnllnns rt - sired to the country whit?, an. 1 to keep it British." Only t!u>^ who have followed the immigration nlstory of the various dominion?, cm place a proper value on thes^ pr?g innt words. The conditions of Southern Europe riavo made it necessary for the in habitants to leave their native lands*, ; md seek a living in newer and freer ; countries. Th? burd:n of taxation, :he military systems which tluwiUn to be still more arduous and binding ( in tb<> future than they liave brrn in [ the past, the increased price of food. \ and, in some countries, the increased : birth-rate, all add fuel to the fire of ! iliprontent which is spreading through . Southern Russia, Poland, 'llrn^iry, ' Austria, Italy, and in a lesser de- ; iree, Germany. For the past twenty "years North \merica has been a veritable haven for these wanderers, and it i...

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Mrs Osborne Entertained. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

Mrs Osborne lotortaimd, iSon «W>tM «M» M» Oihoroe >1 •tQMal and Braaaota VHH ig 5S> m£»»«Im', Hail by at' lady. wdMottaMiiiiiMdh Ike Amotion to —*Kjw tri'nr"*^ by»J» hon Moratory Committee, Mm CmIU, and waatujualWy »od luoouatully oauiad oat oa ttaaoattoMioot principle. Xh» orwliigiiartrwHoC say atiSaw. wy» body appeared to bo in a really social mood, nnd tho function relloctcd tho highest credit on thohon secretary and hor committee fot tho capablo manner in which it was nmn« ngod. Tho hall was artistically decorated and tho guests woro rocolvcd nt tho nmiu ontmnco by Mrs Caolli, Miss Gordon And Mrs Richards. An impromptu conccrt programmo was arranged which wont ofl swimmingly. Tho vocalists woro hoard at thoir host, and oncores were tho or der of the ovoning, and it was remarked by many that they hud nvmy times paid JJ/» to hear a decidedly inferior programme. Thoywero nil good, therefore it is unneces sary for us to ninglo out anv particular itom for distinction. Tho fo...

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INGENIOUS APES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

IGI,r:!OUS APES. T!\e ornng-outangs which havt I; >M> having such a "high old. ticio ' at the London Zoo, both ir m Siinatru. Their exact ages cm only !;o guessed. The older ol ih m m uvt now he -at least fifteen y .ms of rtcjo, and both are certainly ad 1 , a:id nearly, if not quite, f IK-rt u'ji, h t-;e orangs have displayed • ir in .entity" and patieuce ic ii i f thro jph the interlinked ire-.-ieiting that forms the walls ol ih-.ir cages. This is fixed to ac iron fr..m>work arranged in panels, mid is of the stoutest ** kind lobe obtained, and would resist the di> rect assault of much 'heavier ani^ niM-. r <>r. nis, however, have plenty ' fim». and they spend hourf • twisting the junctions, h se had been fixed with u,rs. T y use their teeth and fingers ir n Ii, and from, time to time, if "e able to obtain possession i . y -Jitable object, they employ it in iho fashion of a lever to u- i<ch out thp links that tbcj 1 ,'os ned. Recently one of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

Listen to Me ! The last Consignment for the old year, coming1 direct from London, ex S-S. "Moravian" lias been opened out, and includes 400 Day Clocks, Hosiery, Embroidery, &c. A large and beautiful assort ment. NEW YEAH FAIR. UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE. Buy Your Goods EARLY, and get the Cream of the Continent's Creations from , A. E. GADD, NAGAMBIE STOBES. T* . 3 , | A Card. f ^ ~ | | D- BROWN | Wishes to thank his many A v Customers for the Support f W accorded him during' the past ? ^ year, and hopes, by strict j? attention and civility to retain J their confidence during* the J present year. Y i NAGAMBIE. The rush and buutle of Ohristwas being ovoi'j we all now return to everyday wants, and we are pleased : — -»-» Fresh, Bright Millinery> Cool Qats for Ladies and Gents. Cool 'Wearing- Apparel.* Cool Underwear. Cooling Foods & Preserved Fruits kl -The New and Easy Floor Polish.-— COWAN & CO. GENERAL PROVIDERS, High street, Nagambie. ctyx>U7l!t usic \7T0LIJ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

TABILK HOTEL. Corner STATION' & IlIOH-Strcets, NHGHMBIE. J. M'ixtomii.' (Late of Kyubr.im. BEGS lo Nolily the Public of iVagambie and district that he • lias taken over the above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and trusts by stiict attention to business to Tiicrit a fair share ' of patronage. Good Accommodation Good Stabling Moderate 1i;kms Attkntivk Groom Iicst liraiids of Wines and Spirits. . Criterion Hotel. A. LEVKI{ (Late Mrs Carroll) Wishes to announde to the residents of Naganibie and District that he has taken over tlio business of the above well known Hotel, and intend? lo cater for patrons by supplying the best in everything. Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Groom. GLASS Victoria Ale MARKET.HI The \hlley Hotel, NAGHCQBIB. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT; IBIS. tJBlli. (LATE OP WAHKING) HAVING taken possession of the * above Hotel, informs her friends and (he public generally ibat every endeavor will t'c made to make them comfortable ' when they pay a call. j All WINE...

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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, JAN. 16, 1914. Snapshots. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

®hr $lapmtoc®iiue!j .! FRIDAY, JAN. 10, 1014. " Snapshots. Annual meeting of St. Patrick's Sports Club to-night (Friday) at Cohen's Hotel. The annual meeting of the Na gambie Turf Club will be held 011 Monday evening next, nt lever's Hotel. A good uUcmUincc at both meet ings respectfully requested. We would direct the attention of horse-owners to the programme of the, Avencl Turf Club, which ap pears elsewhere. The races will take place on Tuesday, 3rd February, and on this occasion the committee are offering stakes to the value of £160, which should attract some good perfor mers. Entries close next Monday, 19th January. To-morrow (Saturday)- E. W. Hill & Co. and Walter L. Carr will offer a number of seaside allotments near Geelong, at Lever's Hotel, at 2 o'clock. At the Court on Friday last the only cases listed before Mr E. W. Hill, J.P., were a uumber of debt cases, and an order for the amount claimed was given iu each instance, with costs. Mr Hopkins appeared for the com...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

Church Services CIHJUCI1 OK ENGLAND. Kcclor : Ucv. (.«, \V. Carlo*, It.D., Th.L. tiutulay after Kplphany S am-Holy Communion II ;mii—Morning lYavcr I'UKSISY riCIilAK. Al II ;t.m. mill 7 ,1.. p.iii.—Kcv. II. A. litsiilini'. MicTHonisr MiirnliiK at 11 - .Mr Jenliin HvcninR al 7-30-Kcv Albon WOMAN I'A rilOLIC. Mornhifi.it 11.10—licv. Killlicr Kavaiut;li

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