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Railway Time-table. Passenger trains depart from the local railway station, daily,as follow: [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

Bailwny Timetable. Passenger trains depart from the I local railway station, daily,,asfol A.M. P.M UpTraiu, Melbourne 8.39 7 30, Down Train, Cobram 9.55 6.55 ''Herb" M'Coy and ''Mat*' Woik have arranged a settlement oj( tho auik- whioh M'Ooypropopfid.tAsVwt agaiqpt. Wellsfor tho.rppo.yejjj of, £900 forfeit through Well's foUuvo to make weight. It was agreod by. il'Coy that ho would withdraw'tho suit provided that Wells Mid' hlr legal expo&Mt' to dato. Wells readily agfced, and the two shook hands. . A vory largo oirclo around tha iqpou oft Wednesday evening. Soma wawa* F°* i pfcete say. it is .a sign o£ WeCi w* ' qo'iilddo withi^'

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

NURSE ENDRES Bwnc'nberf;, Nth. Queenelnnd, wriUi • r«mirUb?« TOHIG A KAttiiFICENT TRAIN AND NERVE . STKE.SGTu;.;.i:iG MEDICINc. rC. Q., 3 9 CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " Until two years aio I fol lowed my profession ol LADIES' MJKSE, residing at Mt. Perry. Overwork brought on a TOTAL COLLAPSE Oh MY NERVOUS SYSTEM. 1 was treated by several doctors, but grew worse and became so low f-nd suffered so much that I despaired of erer being well again; in fact, ONE DOCTOR • SAID THE END WAS VERY NEAR, and, indeed I only longed for tbe hour when I should be at peace. A friend, peirotiag, made me try ClenenU Tonic, and it proved my salva tion. Four bottles saw me op and about, and although well advanced ia yean, I am strong and active, and able to look after my business. That is en tirely aoe to Clements Tonic. I would be pleased if yoi as* this letter. NURSE wjr! ENDRES." A.I. CHEMISTS ANDSTORES SELL IT< i Notice to Farmers HAVING erccted an up tomato Weigh, bridge, I am now prepared to do...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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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 lsland, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

' POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Whore the term "The Common wealth" is used in eonncotion with these rateg und regulations it ineludos Papua, Lord Howe lslan:l, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. For every \ ounce or fraction thereof. Foe delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in the British Em pire 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides, Bunks, and Torre® Islands ..0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 2| LETTER CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, Id. each; reply, ld; each half. For delivery in the British Krnnire (boo list of places under "Letters )—Sin gle. Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, llanks, and Torres Islands—Single, 2d. each. For delivery in other places— Single, "id. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with the Id. stamp, and Reply or double cards, each half of which lias the Id, stamp impresged thereon, may he transmitted to oittcea within the Commonwealth, and to those places, enumerated under otters," to which letters may bo tran...

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Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

Water Trust. | Present—Coin Newnham (cliair j man) Coins Gadd and Caelli. | The minutes of the previous rneet I ing were read and confirmed on the motion of Corns Gadd and Caelli. Prom YVatenvotks Trusts Asso ciation, asking if the Trust had any motions to submit to the annual session of the Association.—Re ceived. From J. Mitchell inspecting offi cer, stating that he had audited the books of the Trust, and found them correct.—Received. Prom Dandelions Waterworks. Trusts asking the amount of salary paid to the local secretary, and the number of rate assessments.—Secre tary was instructed to supply infor mation asked for. The balance sheet, as read, was ] received and adopted oil the molioti of Coins Caelli and Gadd, a-copy of same to be inserted in Times Thejtreasurer's report, which was received, showed a credit balance of £28 6s 3d. Accounts amounting to £15 15s 8d were passed for payment. Com Newuham reported that lie had inspected the plug complained of by Mr Forbes, and he cons...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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A FRIENDLY GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

A FRIENDLY GAME. The match between Nagambie North and South did not take place un Saturday, aa a sufficient number of the North team did qot put in an appearanoo—it was rumored thafc the.Utfcer couldn't get-enough money on, so were somtcbod for: all; esgagemeuts. Toams representing A. McDonald's and Ingloman'frelovens therefore took thoiiold and a practioo match waa played. Scores:—; Ingleman'B Eleven. ' A E Ingleman, not out ... ... 40 J O'Donoghue, o H M'Donald, b , A M'Donald ... 13 H Gundry, b Gebbio ... ... 1 0 Brensing, b Duggan 0 B Hale, o and b Duggan . ...25 Evans, o Nolan b Duggan ... ... 2 HHuinee, o Duggan o Gebbio '... 3 Rup. Duggan, stpdE M'Donald b b Griffiths ... 1 A G Ingleman, Ibw, b H McDonald 10 U Oheyne, b A M'Donald b Qutlor $ MHaioei, o ARivierobButle? ... 3 M Williams, o A Riviere b p.uggan 0 8\WWen ... ..... ... i ToW ... JW Bowling;—Bob. Diwaao, 4 for 0: W ,Gebbio,.2. for.. 6 ; iTilitter, 9-lot J; H •M'Donald,' lfor!8;; AU'DonaM, 0 for 3-1; . A Bivlue, O fo...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Euroa Racing Club. ST. PATRICK'S DAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

Euroa Racing Club. ST. PATBICK'S DAY MEETING. . Trial Stakes, 10 sovs, 6 furlongs,—Rook Viow, V.8., Ummadar, Port Louie, Ugly Man, Ifylcoolin,, Rudstoae, Boa's Daisy, Kitty Stouo, Formottus, Whippa, Spring bolt, Miss Stono. Andy Moor. , St. PatriokVDAy Handioap, 18. sovs., 1 inilo.—Rawbollo, Miss.Godwin, Comealong, Miss Stone, Argold, Lady Sbopos, blank Cartridge, Aromona, Gnarblue, Folly Brown. Novelty Pouy Raoe, 7 sovs, 4 furlong*.— Imperial, Nanoy Till, Littler. "Marv;! Bod* streak, Mi§sJaok, Littlo Harry,.Beginnie, Redwings, Stool Bow (late Sting), Miss Kathloon, Restless, Steel King, Guiding .Star, Jack. . •» Plato and Purse, 20. sovs, 5 furlong.— Rook View, Ugly. Man, Rawbelle, Maltboy, Y.S., Spring bo!fc,Lady Mataop, First Mark, Kiloooliu, Formottus, Darook, Ammadar, Rudstone, Argold, Anchorago, Bloriot, Ardmona, Andy. Moor, Arioso* Wilderness Maid, Port Louie* Safoahot, Ben*a Daisy. Welter Handicap, 10 sovs, ? furlongs.— Kitty fttoue, Miss Stono, Wilderness-Maid, RawWlo. Bla...

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Graytown Jottings [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 13 March 1914

Graytown Jottings (From Our Correspondent.) A meeting of parents was held in the Gray town State School on tho 7th to oloob a School Committoo. Thoro was a. fair attendance, but thoro did nob appear to-be much* onthusiasm displayed. In fact, tho movement seems to bo one that is hot destined to last long. This is perhaps to be regretted, as tho objcct of tho Education Department in creating these bodios was to try and causo parents to tako a greater interest in tho oducation of their ohildren. Of courso, parents might bo keon on the education o! their children without caring a bit for tho committees. In towns whero parents aro eloso to tho school is is not much trouble for thorn to attend, but whore pcoplo aro two or three miles away and havo to.walk, their ardour, if they evor had any, is likely to grow cold. At the meeting Inst Saturday all the old members were rc-c!cctod. In tho -places of tholato Mr Oddy aud Mr W. Murdoch, resigned, two ladios—Mrs Bryant and Mrs Massey, were elec...

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Choosing a Wife by her Teeth. MOLARS WHICH MEAN MATRI. MONIAL HAPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

Choosing a Wife by her Teeth. HOI.AUK WHICH M KAN M ATlU* MONIAL HAl'PINKSS. !l'»s your future wifo PinlMinti-d ir chalky tooth ? rrnspoctivo Uridegvooms. Uiok to it. U |las the former you are In 11 r»r a time, for girls wllh 'Pink-tinted -.cclli have loving dispositions nm\ will make good wives. Ha! ^irls who have dull, rhalky tevlh ar<Mn>t prone to love, and will not, ^ , thing, niaki' good uiws. j rin-.v marry only for the a-lvau- | tom's, monetary or olherwiM*. Uu>y hope to obtain. So wo are told, at any rale, {,*• (tn eminent dental surgeon ulu, ,v. liinied n short Una- ago fn»».-MJic t.vntists' Convention in Sew .if»d wham* views have been puMislf (>d in the ' Standard.' The question naturally nW<»«s. lmt what if the teeth are false? rimt is a point ivliictfi the man wlm fs looking for matrimonial hai>puu-;;s 1 will ln»ve to study, says the expert. As a matter of fact, the latter eon tends that dentists should he callcii upon for strictly conf...

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Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

Mail Arrangements. c!> i h* «i i.»i »lrl - 'U' e rin-e at tf.5 a.m. 6.j«r p.in. (hiiiy T.»\0.-I7l wv\u»935 .nm.cldiiy. „ i7(up)6.3- m Se.«it'» t n 15 .1.111.an ' 630 pin M . c • 11 vJ3 6-3 ' P'» . i .. 10 4«< .1.111 m< M"iulay v«- « .1 11 Kid«y. also B.iiliisiuii Souih. Mi U- I j ' • M" d.iv Wtrdn d > .»l- VVi ate . r a .1 S\m U „ - d.iy, I'mir^da) und , Lttui Hex (. t cm ) # am d.iily \ Mclb"U iie- Amvc at to. 10 a.m. ami ? 7.10 p.m. daily. T.P.O. 17 («>0W«') Mo p.m. d.iily, .» >7 ( P) 7-*° a-,n'd ily. \ Veyraour ai io.io ;uu. and 7.10 p m I Murchuon*t9a.m. and 7»i«> p.m. daily. v Goulburn AVcir atul Anauotitwii 4.1U I Mob ;i>. Wcdneeil iv dKiiday. jj Gi »y own, MiUhe si' wn and YVsittlcvalc f ~ i P m. Iue.i«i;iy, Tliuisday and "j dataidar. .

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[?] Passenger trains depart from the local railway station, daily, as fol low:— [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

Passenger iraius depart from th local railway station, daily, as fol low A.M P.M Up Train, Melbourne 8.39 7.30 i Lk>wd Itaio, Gobram 9.55 6.55

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

5 Yictorian Producers' Co - operative Co. Ltd. Registered OmeK: Wool Exchange Buildinos, f; 495 Collins Stkket, Melbourne. J. Williams WISHES to notify ch.it he has been appoinlod Loc.il Ajjont for the above Company. and all communications addressed to Nagambic Post Office will receive prompt attention. Agent (or nil classes of Machinery, Haascll's Manures, Fat Stock, Etc. Weekly Sales of Live Stock held in Melbourne and Betcdigo. Three munihs Free Storage on Grain. The Above Com pany act as Selling Ajjenls for evervebss o( Farm Produce, including Wheat, Oats, • Barley, Chaff, etc. Agents south British Insurance Com panv Live Siook, Fire and Accident at lowest rates. ie Turf mot. Annual Meeting*. Monday, April 27, (914. W OFFICERS: President, Mr J. Furlong. " Vicc-Presidents, Messrs D. Abem, T. Ryan, P, Morgan and E. M'Donald. Judge, Mr T. Ryan. Starter, Mr J. J. O'Dwyor. Clerk of Scales, Mr F. Hill. Clerk of Courso, Mr T. Donovan. Handicappor, Mr \V. Hill. Troaaurer, .Mr H. M» Hand...

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INDIGESTION! Can it be Banished? [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

Indigestion 1 Can it be Banished ? Now, can it ? Must a woman go on suf» fcring from headache*, biliousness, Ham* tho other distr^sing symptoms that arise hom faulty action of tho stomach or tho liver? Must men bo wade less fit fcr work, less ablo to kerp pace with their competitors because indigestion is supping their energies and clogging ihoir minds ? Have men ami women to go on enduring these thingf without hope of recovery ? Assuredly not! Most cases of acute indigestion are th> result of neglect or of indifference. Veoplo g<-fc into a foolish habit of thinking ih.»i they will bo better on the morrow, or in ft week or two, and 50 the complaint gets hold and tho MifTeror goes (run bad to worse. Food ought to give up its lifc>suhiaiuing elements for every nerve and tmisclo in your bedy ; it ought-to replenish the rich, red stream of blood ilowiug through your veins, and help you to think, to .let, and to work with tho \im of tho healthy man. But food badly digest...

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THE AEROPLANE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

THE AEROPLANE. i'lic exhibitions of Hyini; riven b\ I Mr. Harry Hawker eroplrm.'a. „ in -i marked Australia's Hie centres of knowledge and s.-ii-n-e Hotore the marvellous (Si-h!s «!ii;h »'c hare lately had the opportunity of Nntching, no tangible result |Uh been! r 1,e™ <""> ol the most drama tic,e\entful, successful, yet tragic ef forts of mnnkinrj. I Hart and Hammond certainly de-1 monstrated in some slight degree the thZ °' ,"erin! motion' bl,t "i"" toon, the advances made in the work 0 harnessing the air to man's ser Tiee fins been nlinost fabulous To En n some Blight idea ot the many mile-stones which have been passed In the aeronaut's progress, we have only to 00k back to the first attempt, t-.ade by the Wright Br-there. A ten >cars back their aspirations I ivere regarded indulgently as fdle dreams, and their enterprise, enthu siasm, and devotion to science as fu tile and foolhardy. The latest new. of the surviving brother is that he has perfected a ^'fool-pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

Commonwealth JgfeSanU of BustraUa HEAD OFFIOK SYDNEY Ttati Bank If open for *11 cJa»sei of QENERAk BANKING BUSINESS a EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLUNS STREET, MELBOURNE Alio at Sydney, Cinbem, Adelaide, Perth, Hobait, Briabane, ftockhamptoa, TonrnirUI*, Md Loodos. Cable retnitUncM owle to, and draft* drawn oa forttfo plieM diree*, Foreign bill* sefotLated ud cotjectetL I*t(cr« of credit inued 10 any P«t of the world, n:U< iietfoUat*! or f«ward*d fop weaitu, United blDplou) and abroad. Cam AdrancM mad* afaTojt approred *ecuriti«a. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Vtoterlan Osntral OWutl SIT OPIUM ITRCCT, MliMUMNK* Inacfctt In the a!x>*e cities and 2,000 AgtmlMH Poet Offl-M: hroiif hout tb» Cannoavealth, Pipoailt from 1/» to.£900* Interest at 3% psr *nnum« PWMrti or Withdrawals may be nad* at any Branch or Agency within the CotaaoowcaJtb JAMES KKLL p«rcrr Govawoa. J**u*ry> Uli. UENlSON UlLLlfH, OorflpMC fl (Xlord in youi* Eat* He who knows not, And knows not that he knows not, Is a ...

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Goulburn Shire Council. MONDAY, 16h MARCH, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

Goulburn Shire Council. MONDAY, 10th MARCH, 1914. The adjourned monthly mooting of the Counoil was held on the above date, when there were prosent Or Keady (president) in tho chair, Cib Deane, Morrissy, Denim, Gordon, Cummins and Nissan. An apology was reoeived from gr Tho .minutes of ttoptovfefcVfowtiog w«e mi toVd oflnfiwwd Jfod^w outward ©orrespah* -^ONce approved of, Correspondent*). From Department Publio Works, notify* iugthat the following amounUhad beqn allotted:—£34/4/4 towards roads loading to railway stations, and ^6136 towards the maintenance of main roada, Counoil to ex ^end'aVuhUar amount.—Heceivod • Fro&.samer-'stating that speoilioatious% acd tenders for oontraot i/14 w*$e, ooiisi-; "dored satisfactory, and tUt'tso lowest ton* (for bad'bjota pd|M.ifbh OM'rge.agsJnatlthe. grau^,—Rocoivod. ' F^6m Dcpar^iiioytol Lauds and Sucyoy •flkwvjk Aft Qojdon, sfetfiug that Si^^ad. *ot apart lor tho improver went of Rworoakiou rosotva (Qiao* Square), on condition Unit .1 s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

OJIA Acres 3 roods 18 perches, being allotment 39a, This good grazing nlaoe is the. property oi Mr W. Wiltmott,wlm < lias decided to realize.. I B. W. HILL & CO.

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St Patrick's Day Sports. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

St Patrick's Day Sports. A GREAT SUCCESS. The birthday of St. Patrick, Ire land's patron Saint, was celebrated locally by the holding of the second annual gathering of St Patrick's Sports Club. The day proved an ideal one for an outing consequent ly the public were most liberal in the bestowal of their patronage, and besides the very large number of member's tickets that were dis posed of, which admitted lady and gent, something like £12 was taken at tlie gate, which helped consider ably to swell the funds of the under-1 taking. A very lengthy programme was provided, and the various events were carried through ex peditiously. The various officers appointed to carry out the pro gramme were all found at their post aud worked in unison throughout the afternoon, with the result that everything passed off most success fully and with a good swing. The popular president, Mr T. Ryan, bad a busy time in attending to the | welfare of his patrons, and the nu merous little details that require ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

Gregory's WASHING STORES. All Plo wing- Requisites on Hand, 1 Plow Shares, all brands. Plow Reins. Roj)e. Plow Chains Blnestone, Etc. SUITS to Measure. Come and Inspect our New Pattern Books. All tho Latest Styles Shown. | Suits to Measure from 35 s. i —: ; Wahring Stores. The Approach of the Hot Weather. I QECURE an Electric Iron on tli. latest and most up-to-dat lines. Onco used, no other Iron entertained. Makes work in the Laundry a pleasure, instead of a burden. Also, an Electric Hot Wator Kettle. A great saving both in heat and fuel. Electric Fans, to keep you cool. Erected at Melbourne Prices. Fancy Shades, Lamps, and all Electrioal appliances on hand. A large stock to choose from. Inspection invited. Af-w- A Qn lo\T Electric?* and Mechanical * , Engineer. All Clnsses of Eleotr oal Work Executed. Tailoring. Dear Sir, I wish to inform you that I have just received the very latest patterns in Suitings, Trouserings, Overcoatings, Etc., For tho Uuiiiug' .< <i...

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Graytown Jottings [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

Or^rtown"Jottings - (From Our Coneapondont.1) ■ A busk fire of analarming nature broke out on Thursday afternoon on one of Mr Hordooh'a paddocks, about a couple of miles from the.town. It raged with great Ceroenoss all the afternoon and evening before it was got under control. • With a fairly strong north-weet. wind, the fire, threatened to sweep a large area of selected country. Bat' many willing hands were soon on the scene, and after a strenuous fight checked the progress of the fire. In tho evening a strong wind came up from the soutn, and fcgaia every nerve' had to*bo strained to prevent its breaking out again. The few points of rain which fell early on Friday morning kept the fire from breaking out again until Mr Jack Callaghan with his water tank had extinguished most of the dangerpus toga and. stomp*. Tho water tank .oould not oope with the whole .fire lino i|t onoe, but there was always* some one to watch every dangerous point until burning logs, eto., in dangerous proximit...

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FRENCHMAN'S NEW WIRELESS SYSTEM [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

Tha engineer named ;,JWth*vo*£Vha« '■'ln* • ventetl .'a; sy»Mni/iWtWP,;'''®is wlre" . low talejjriyi)iyt. which. jWllil'M nuniiciitiojiH to ,bti imjUo. up 10 -u® wprdB a 'raiiiutoi' /Tha inventing »'• flo mukt'B wifiiif** tiilfiphony (niino ' dimtuly liroctic^lile.. .. Sovcl'-tt iwiji'1* houring stations' t'nn couiniunic(it« tiV wlreltiSB withto«t"|fitar(win» V)ln ' (Hwh btlwr, ' ' •' • ; '

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