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Did He Fall or Was He Pushed? [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 6 March 1914

Did He Fall or Was II (; Pushed i Aii unexpected riso in tho waters I i>f tlm (ionll)iit'ii occurred on \Vc<i | nesiiay nfturuuon, and Mr Lucas, tlic caretaker of tlio Weir, was at ii loss to understand, for .some time tho fury of tho waves as they dashed against tlio Hood gates with great force. The trouble, howovor, occurred nt u spot in the river known 113 tlio Old Bridge, and 11 favorite rendezvous of anglers. The principal <ictor in the dramatic scene which look place was one of our popular sports and a noted angler. Ho had with liiin in the boat two Metropolitan fishermen, Messrs Knowles and l'latt, who are spending n holiday in Nagambie, and his brother. The boat was seenrod by a cord to 011c of the remaining piles of the bridge, and tho host took up his position 111 the immediate stern of the craft gaily perched on a lish basket. Arrayed in his best sum mer suit, ho took tho precaution to pull on an old pair of pantaloons, but neglected to seuro them...

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

NAGAMBIE NORTH v, NAGAMBIE SOUTH, To-morrow (Saturday) Nagamblo have the bye, and teams roprasenting Nogamblo North and Nagambie South will moot lor a friendly contest on the looal ground. Play starts at 2.80.. Nagambio North toam.—From D. Willis, A. and P. Riviere, D, Brown, Griffiths, Albon, Miller, Oaolli, M'Leod, Mills, Le Guior, Gammon, Haines and Duggan. Nagambio South toam,—From Hand • Bold, O'Donoghuo, Ingleman, Farrclly, A'., E,,. and H. M'Donald, Tony Qrou/afflt Dibbons,' Butler, Qundry;1 fiuton,' yothM- ' ^ill, ^iliiamo.and BKinsui^.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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TURKISH JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

turkibhjimfoea; The poor lwkM> :(or »oma riwou, >PI>ean to have" bMn singled out for saint extraordinkr}' punlstiments, U is only within lata jraars thst theM has bwn reacinded in Turkoy. 1 law by , «%tch tha■ baker' guilty of. *hort<welght trloiv !»a» ;pual»l|ed by having hi* ear. aaiied to tho ioorpo»t. Turkish pi th* law-;a*«no .oriously avanw to clytaff'. vea moTe trouble , that) ab«elut« ly necessary. U the .rfcaJstttsat Oaker did Uot happw'itQ ^./at noma whan tb#y tfrlvad isfar; punlahnjint:' th«qr, didn't noi^ef to call «*a|n, t>ut )v«t HlW !vi» qoff qr hto JftunwysftWi or M* father-in-law, or whoavar ja* bandy, iwd nal|cd M.» t<> t*» (Jqoratep. Sr long an somebody j»qn|sl)e<) i( did not mattej>,' " Wfa <M»p. v|« aiw«y» .ailla«) • 'Vau wtil bury me ky tb* aids ol ay tratihuaband,' wo»'t.'j»», 4t*rT' 8«wbwd; "With iaiirmi . Of." 1897.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

Church Services I, UHl'RCII OK HNGt.AND. lUclor : licv. 0. \v. Cnrler, R.D., Til.]. 1 liircl Kimilav in Lunt n a.m-'M ilins mi.I .Sermon I'KfisityrisKiAN. ■\l 11 a.m. nnd 7.50 p.m. jMK'1 M0D1ST Muriiii:^ ,i| 1, Mr ,M-|.-.i,lvcn hvciiiiij: al 7-jn-Ucv Aihni, NO.MAN CATHOLIC ■"""'"■■a.il H-K'uv. Kallicr Kavamuh

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PICTURES ON PEACHES. THE FASHIONABLE FAD OF, FRUIT PHOTOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

PICTURES ON PEACHES. . : i TIIK FASHIONABLE PAD OP. FKUIT PitOTOC51>. A PHY. Since soino inventive genius u few .ears ago conceived the iden <>i unking a print on ripening fruit !.y it Inching thereto a film negAtlvc, .liis novel branch of the photo graphic art is developing into %\ 'ashionabte fad. Perhaps itfl greatest recommemlu :ion is its charming simplicity. !>nrk rooms, corrosive wills, mnl nstnntuucons shuttevs enlvr nn\ nto the philosophy of the fruit :<igr«pher, A/1 he rc'/juirrs is |)h> »fm-h or apple tree with its ripen ing fruit, a stencil portall made from thin paper, ami tin imlispca* n\l\w modicum of that rare mnl re t'reshiug .sunshine. During the Inst few seasons lorinl fruit has lioen on sale in in .-reusing Quantities at ccrtuin fash ionable fruiterers' shops in the West End of London. Even while the late King" Kdwnrd was njion the Throne, apples bearing n pho tographic portrait. ot our popular Monarch were sold at Covent, Har de...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

Local and General. 00l;r,lti;ilN Whir.— Harvest Pcntiv-il services,,, co,,,,,.clinn with tho Cloullmrn | j «e,r 1 msbylcmn Clmirl, will lm held o„ | ; p'liiiMy nfirriiooi, next, tl,c jr.th i,,st„ Iiv ' ■ C. Virkcnnan, M.A., :mi in tho , C'ViTiinK n» ndilivsi will bo delivered liv Mr | I.nrt Stewart, of III,si,worth. 1 M '/"veiling next (St. utrick s Isight), lovers of a good night's (lancing will ho. nm]»ly catered for by tho holding of St Patrick's minimi ball in tho ^lochiinit-s' Hall. This function has hold sway in tho Lake City for very many your.-*, and on this occasion promises'to uphold tho reputation it has earned in the past. Tho ladies committeo have (with Mrs Cohen nnd Miss >1. Canning, as hon socretarics), gono to considerable troublo to mako tho ball a success, and a first cla«s supper will be provided, and tho music, which will bo supplied by Mi^ Oillbanks and Mr A. Salas, na guarantee that it will bo up to date, i I ho lion secretaries roport that tho tickots aro g...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

lfotiM. I »i»Q APVJSRXWrSs'. « NOTICE, is | I hereby given Ilat ALTERATIONS j (o STANDING AdverUftemerits will in fuiurc be iimde oi> .pacb .WEDNESDAY j Afternoon preceding |he, day of Publication i (Friday) in each. w*ek. A4v«ilL«rr» axe requested to forw^ COPY for AiicralioM I to"TU»M" 03>ce KPTMTBR. (ban ) P4n. onTuMdavt. I -- 1 L.s - 1 I NMlM LADIKS' and OENTS' VISITING ' . CARDS printed' neatly and cheaply I at the 'i'lma Otficc. New Type, Surface ; | pim!?. Melbourne Prices. ■ f ■ j j Do You Know J. F. Greenwood HAS secured (or a definite term the services o(— Ml! .1. M'DONA 1,1), «hn is II l"ii-ft-eliiss Knrrier inul A(jrii;ul (nval Smith. J»ato Farrier t<> iho MoH>ot:i i-f f 1 hm h £ (V. | ami Manager of F.niJlcM SN.^ti •• Kmy.o, I Mi'llinnrru>: nNo four with N Hn-l-ni | A Murn.w, M» HmiUiiu* inxl S!.i-]Tt, h ; • .» Kii>l S-iiiili mi IM.iw-, n .tv.'ii", C..IMl»s. it«r., Urrunl . Sirmin^ ilir . . . First Piuzks For Lijrht and Heavy Shoeing M .Slu»...

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Snapshots. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

Snapshots. Sports. Tho annual St Put-rick's Sports gathering takes place on Tuesday next. Good entries have boon rccoived, both in tlio pedestrian and cycle ovents, and tho post entry events aro sure* to fill well. < | A working boo, undor tho supervision of i L'reaidont ftyan, knocked matters intoshnpc j on Wodijcsday in regard to tho ground, j Tho contract of touching up the cycle I and running track was let to Mr A. Daw ! son, Tho Nagambio I3nis* iiand will enliven tho proceeding* during tho afternoon with <i good programme of patriotic and up-to date selections. Othor attractions' wi 1 :iN-> l>o provided in the shape of a nu-m-<;.» imuu'.I f-u" the young folks, side-showy, i:ic. 1 Tho secretary, TVTi' liMm'kc, hi* all his ar rangements complete, md a i-d day's out ing is assured. A number of the niir timo peds are in ac tive train for the Old Uutter's Uaee, and a big Hold is anticipated for tins event. Tho age of the competitor has boon lix...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

Mail Arrangements. I Mails despatched for Melbourne rlose al 8.5 ajn. and 6.30 p.m. daily. T.P.O.—17 (Jowu) 9 35 a.m.Jdaily. „ 17 (up) 6.30 p.m. Seymour 8.15 a.m. *nd 6.30 p.iu Murcbison at 9.33 a.m. and 6.30 p.m Gi'ulbam Wen at 10.40 a.m. on Monday Wednesday and Fiiday, also Bailicston 8o*tb. . ' An^ostown at 1040 a.m. on Mo day Wednesday and Iriday.'alio Wirale. Greyto«n, Wiirate- and Watile vale, 1040 auoi. Tuesday, Thursday sod Saturday. Letter Bex (north end) 8 a m daily Melbou< ne-'Arrive al 10,10 a.m. and . 7.lopjo.daily. I T.P.0.17 (down) *110 p.m. daily, i .» 17 ( P) 7*1° 340. daily. j feymoar at 10.10 aau. and 7.10 p m. ] MurchibOn AtQa^n. and 7.10 p.m.daily, i Gonlburn.Wjrir-and Anguktown 4.ujy Mob lay, Wednesday andKHcUy. Gi aylAVUr MiifhelUtowii aod, Watjjcvalc iU.630 p'm, Tiief.day, Jliqiad^y and * Salardty. - '

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Cricket Notes. MURCHISON v. BAILIESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

Cricket Notes. MUKCHISON v. UAIFjIISSTON. Theao two clubs mot on Saturday last on I tho ground of the former. Bailicston had not a full team, and, as tho absentees in. eluded llipgravo and Perry, tho visitors 1 wore heavily handicapped. Murchison is much strongor than during tho oarlior part ! of tho season, and a good, gamo rcsultod. I Geo. Smith and M. Pottifor woro tho first , reprcsontativos for Bailioston. The former j was at onoo smartly caught by Tiison from a nieo drivo to tho off. Jones joined Pottifor, and tho pair woro batting con j fidontly, whon a bumpy ball from Clonoy : caused Jones' downfall. Mason did not romain long. Ho was well caught by , Hcazelwood just on tho boundary, of! Kear ney's bowling. \V. Pottifor stayod for two balls, touched neither, and was bowled by tho second. A. B. Smith was yorked by Kcarnoy whon he had mado G. \V. Smith batted moro vigorously than usunl and had reached 11 whon Cloney bowled him. Mawson was run out for li. R. Pottifer stayed for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

ROURNVILLE .DTWCOCOAiLuK Metjictl opinio* rtnlu Boun *ile Coco* very high. The "Medical Magazine" dctlaiea it "tbe. highert grade of nutritive coco* oa the market." It w al»o ihe mod ecooocnkal. C&ub'.trJ (1 CADBURY BOURNVILLE ENCLAND

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NAGAMBIE v. MOORA. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

NAGAMBIE v. MOOBA. The .locals play Moora oa tho Nogam bio grouud to-morrow. Play starts at 3 o'clock sharp. Tho Nngambio team will bo oboson from M'Donold (9), Brown, Handflold, Dixon, O'Donoghuo, Ingloman, Riviero, Griffiths, Fotborgill, Mills, LoGuier, Duggan, Halo, Williams, Caolli, Butlor, Gundry. Bailiestou play Costerflold to-morrow at Bailioston.

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DURABILITY OP AUSTRALIAN HARDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

DURABILITY OP AUSTRALIAN HARDWOOD. Architects have long extolled the fire-resisting qualities of Australian hardwood, many preferring ironbark to concrete for beams, stanchions, and stair-cases. Proof of this can be seen ■ at the Australasian Hat Fac tory which baa been gutted by fire. The hardwood has only been scorch ed, while the fire escape was not evsa smoked. Hie world is always more carious W br abort rice than virtue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

All The Year Round rou Will Find "TEA LOYERS' TEA" Wlmt it is represented to bo: A puns unadulterated Tea, Continuing stimulating and nerve-soothing properties, without boing delricrious in auy way. It lias Come to Stay, And when you become acquainted and accustomed to its value it's consumption all ihe year round will become a certainty. Begistered throughout the Commonwealth of Australia BY Hi E. GflDD, NAGAMBIE STOBES. ? 0! $ (£ D G Notice. ft | That the Beehive Sale % CONTINUES TO Saturday, 7th March, S IT Eight more days to secure Bargains in all Departments. JJ — )o( (J Sale Specials in Boots and Shoes rr at Low Prices to Clear. ^ Don't Miss This Opportunity. II Gents'Boots, were 10s. Now 7s 1 lid. Others at 7s Gd and 8s lid. Sale price. ft Ladies' Shoes. Tine Qualities. ff TAN AND BLACK. \0f Sale pricc, 3s 1 Id, wore 8s lid. Sale pricg 4s (id, were 8s (id. ft> Sale price, us lid, were 9s Oct. Sale price Gs lid, wore 15s. [I Also a few pairs of Children's at ridiculously lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

■3 Chikt station & moh Streets, NHGHMBIE. .1. SI IS'KMII (Lnte of Kyabr.im. . UKGS to Molity the I'liblic of Naganibie and district that lie hits taken over the above Hotel from Mr J.' Barry and" , trusts by. strict attention to business to 'merit a fair 'Sliare ni patronage. • - Gcon Acco'MMr.uATtoN Good Staiiling . MoI>ekatk Tkkms... ■ Attkntivk Gkoo.m ; Bust Brands of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. ' / A.LEVER ^ (Lato Mrs Carroll) Wishes In auuo.mce to tbe residents of Nagauibic- and District. !liat be lias taken over llio business of the abr.vo well : known Hotel, and intends to cater for patrons • " by supplying thu best in everything. Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Grooin. s&i- "Victoria Ale The Valley Hotel, [SJHGHCQBIE. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. pits. 6. Pianeiii. (LATE OK WAHB1NG) HAVING' laken possession : of llic ,* '. above Hotel, informs her friends and the public generally thai every endeavor will hc made lo,make Ihcin' cnmfortab...

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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

gtogawM? FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1014. Mr ; Holmau, Premier of .Nevy South .-Wales, during his travels over that State recently, in connec tion witha political campaign-en countered hot weather, and found • the tepid water supplied to passen - gers at the different stations very_ -• 'distasteful. It is said that even the - addition of whisky failed to atone for the warmth of the water, and no 'doubt the libations of the Premier and his party seemed to them like ' lukewarm hot grog, which is cer tainly sugestive of an emetic. How ever; through the sufferings of Mr . Holman, the comfort of "future or - dlnary passengers is to be perfect ed, for'the edict has gone forth that . in future the drinking water at rail - waystations is to be iced. There - is.an-old time saying that in Eng land if ifeforms" in the matter of the public safety, connected with a rail way company were needed it was necessary that a director should be . first kil|ed,and so, befpre the pub lic of'New South Wales could re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1914. RUSHWORTH. (SALE DAY). 2 2 3 Acres Land, BAILIESTON. WEIR & COYliE, under in ' struclions from Mr II. 11. Hipgrave, will offer on above dale, 23:1 acres land, on the I "our Mile Crcok, adjoining Mr K. Oocliraue's properly, and adjacent to Messrs I'etlifer's and Collivcr's holdings. Watered by two (lams and spriiiL;, three-roomed house, stable, sheds, etc., erected thereon. further particulars Ironi WEIll & COYLE, Rushworth. \\T ANTHI)-Fotir;\Vooil Cutlers. All M good tiuibor. Apply OATES BROS., Arcadia For Sale. SEED OATS, splendid sample, per fectly clean, froui crop yielding GO bushels." Price, 2/G per bushel. E. O'CONNOR, Mangnlorc. jyjECH. HALL, NAGAMBIE. Tuesday, March 17, 1914. St. Patrick's Ball Music by Miss Gillbanka ntid Mr Salas. Ticket, 7s tid. Good Supper. Mrs E. Cohen < } Joint Hon. Mrss M. Canning ) Sees For Male. PRIME Clean SEED OATS (Algerian). Also, Clean Federation Seod Wheat. Samples' may be obtained from Mr A. ...

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AUSTRALIAN OPERA LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

AUSTRALIAN OPERA LEAGUE. Much musical energy and enthu siasm has lately been expended in tha Commonwealth, ami the tangible re sult is the formation and launching of the Australian Opera Lcaguo. The purpose ot thin society is to create and foBter an Intercut in Aus tralian music by the constant study and production of Australian operas, written on Australian subjects, and Interpreted by Australian artiste. To the superficial observer, this ef fort is in line with the other bran ches of art, which have long slnco Lutn?d thennel.vs into coupnnUs to qive local pointers, sculptors, and authors chance of exprc:nlon and recognition. The Australian Opera Lenjrue, however, appears to have a more diil'.cult row to hoc. To begin with, there must be. mndc i deliberate and forc;d effort to cre ate an Australian school of opera— for up till now there ■ certainly has been no such thing, This Is an utter- j Iv false basis on which to build our national songs—for music is the out come of n nation's...

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THE TRAVELLED AUSTRALIAN [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

THS TRAVELLED AUSTRALIAN' Mi-triilla's (mnnenRCv scr.' e i v^,^^csl,MftrUimw from •<■' ^ipaHou iu our trade M %£&£ rtd«c«on w«. >•« Mravat* A«Str«Ua from the 0» with bv ttii> wnnilerei. me *"*■ *!££ V virtue of tic rush, to lie the n ^ English unsettled and savage land*. Ce n . >k> Anicncati trippers who Msit * ^d are far more ^ KnRUsfomen who flock to A Jvni the fact remain*, tbat on uk :»«»£?« . ther0 wln Britishers be found In a&.-^«s5 Si-J^WtSs to Vilm hia beloved Paris, ^ -irnt boulevaril, nre in the mair■ Should necessity arise that^demand, hlG expatriation, he slRhs continual y lor his beloved land. atrans-elv. it is to the bome-lo\ins F«nctaan that « turn for impas S ntmospherie and ^r^=.hr^ I5 ThrtraveHoving Britisher, on the »Mw rare!? ri»tS RboVC A dull, conscientious record of personal lm ^ jnrs-"1^ - »hU? are about as interringto per » " » tte roJd world Som stiU another standpoint. His SneSa! sense 4^*%^ benefit by «, new surround...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

Gregory's WAHPJNG STORES. All Plowing' Requisites on Hand. Plow Shares, all brands. Plow Reins. Rope. Plow Chains Bluestone, Etc. SUITS to Measure. Como und Inspect our New Pattern Books. All tlio Latest Styles Shown. Suits to Measure from 35s. Wahring Stores. The Approach of the Hot Weather. CI EC ORE an Electric Iron on tli latest and most up-to*dat lines. Once used, no other Iron entertained. Makes work in tlio Laundry a pleasure, instead of a burden. Also, an . Electric Hot Water Kettle. A great saving botli. in heat and fuel. Electric Fans to keep you oool. Erected at Melbourne Prices. Fancy Shades, Lamps, and all Electrical appliances on hand. A large stock to choose from. Inspection invited. A. G.Ashley, Electrical and Mechanical Engineer; All Classes of Electrical Work' Executed. • Dear Sir, I wish to inform you that I have just received the very latest patterns in Suitings, Trouserings, Overcoatings, Etc., For the Cuming Season. This Season's Range is a Particularly Good On...

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