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Oriket Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

ORokftlRota Qwluj to. of oewsand sdvts.. orfcfc# reports J»Vif'been crowd*} «#tthlivweek. ; ,> Nagtmhit and Mooi&had another exciting natch on Saturday. Moont BMide '85, aod 'the gave looked, a ture win for them,'as the locals b»49 flric^eta, dow» {or 42, when M.J.WiWama and E. M'Dqo aid got going. M'Dqnaid stone walled, and wilMama {ojped the -tfTinf. a:gw»t wsjay :of jwnflfi ^.;S'twM»ld:w« mnn >02 lor mi brotbt* and he and WiUiana aneaktd fc number of runs for sboh. i Mt»v; and'. ovVthraw*. When tte'«0M«iw4aken ba»t^ia visltorcVto^.gi^ vailed atrt 't^ wii«dfe b«ti««n were louflly aMlaM#f fo)r:',thfc}r victory. &" M'Donald batted wet! for 15, WWlst WUlianw i pSyed a iwi^ppjugi W?$ : 5e»Rrfi?ld ?r|?k?tw visaed Bailieston on Saturday. Bailieston did uot put their best eleven into tlie field, several standing out to make room for younger players. Some of these however did not put in an appear ance, and others who did not in tend to take part in the game, had to m...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Goulburn Weir. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

Goulburn Weir. (From our Correspondent). On Thursday afternoon, I'Jth inst,, a final meeting in connection with the fete recently held in eonnretion with tlio Gonl* burn Weir Young Peoplo's Mission Uawf was hold in the hall. Tho Hcv. F. 0. Vickermanu aetcd as chuirmnn. The balance-sheet wis read nml showed a most satisfactory result, considering tho inaus picious weather which prevailed on the day of tho Fete. After all expense* were paid a substantial credit balance of fj'20 7/3 re mains. After thin and other items of business had been gone through, Mr Harris informed those pronent that, as ho w.'H about to Ukc a trip to England, and would bo nlMfliit for some time, ho would resign his p^itinn as trensnn;r. On tho motion of Mr Vickermann, .seconded by Mr:» Miller, Mim It. Hreniou was appointed to Mr Parris' position. At tho conclusion of the meeting, Mr Vie!;erumnn said ho had another duty to perform. It was well known lo all that Mr Parris was about to go from their midst for a ti...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE KING OF USURERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

THE KING OF USURERS. On December 7, 1UU, the world •aw the.Inst of. John Kirkwood, moneylender, "that infamous blood sucker/' for.he woe then buried at Crowb'orough, Sussex, ut the we of sixty-nine. It was owing to his rapacity and extortions that the passing of the Moneylenders Select Committee Iq 1897, and he wus very unwilling to unfold' to.the Committco the. story of his "good deeds" and the. "persecution" hehtvd undergone. But the Committee know of. hie extortionate dealings, and would have none of his hypo* crisy. The first case was pf an Irish land* owner, whom be hod lent £300, and t who waa forced to repay ii'/i'l hi principal and interest: nlthin three years: Another case, was thnt of a lady who had borrowed £60, «nd found herself faced -with a dcumiut for £089, principal «nd interest. ' Mr. Ascrolt» K.C., M.l\, who had the c«m Jn hanr), asked him about hit--"suicide book,'1 . which kept an account of the nun)* her of poopta who had heen"drlvoi\ . to suicide.. Kirk wood de...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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TO-MORROW'S MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

To-morrow's Matches. Nagambie play .Murchisou on the latter's ground to-morrow, whilst Bailieston and Rushworth will meet 011 the ground of the former.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

All The Year Round You Will Find "TEA LOVERS' TEA" i ' ■ ■ ! 1 " What it is represented'to be-:- * 1 ' -t A pur , unadulterated Tea, i Containing stimulating mid uorve-sootliing properties, without being drlctorions in uny way. Si has CosJie to Stay, And when you become ><cquninted and accustomed to its value it's consumption a 1 tho year round will become a certainty. Kegistered throughout the Commonwealth of Australia A, E. GADD, NAGAMBIE STORES. «'■ a 'so 3) tit a S t WATCH THIS SPACE For DATE OF AUTUMN AND WINTER SHOW.. - - At - - I). BROWN'S D ff A Preliminary Display of a Fine Selection of NEW G-OODSj... hAutman.FasMoim * Hi MWtSMi Bnow on view. A Particularly Fine Bange of Ladies' Paletots. Bought well. Distinctive styles. Right np-to-dftte. Ladies' Ready-to-Weare, in Felts, Veleurs, Plush, etc. Sport Jackets. Golfers. COWAN & CO. GENERAL ^ROVIDEBS, High street, Nagambie. Long-wood llaces. KiisK'r .Tlonilay (13th APIUl., 101-0 Inside running way round th...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

TAEILK HOTEL, 1 Comer STATION & HIGH-Strccls, NKGHMBIE. j. jiivjlosji (Late of Kyabram. BEGS lo Notily the Public of Nagambie and district that be Iras taken over the above Hotel from Mr J.. Barry and trusts by strict attention to business to merit a fair ohare of patronage. , ' Good Accommodation Good Stabling ~ 'Moderate Terms Attbotivk Ghoom Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. A. LEVER (Lato Mrs Carroll) , ■ - Wishes to announce to the residents of Nagambie and District ''that he has taken over tlio business of the above well known lintel, and intends lo cater for patrons by supplying the best in everything. Pleasure Boats always available. ' Good Stabling and Groom. si8Sa Victoria d^ilO MAi/keT.H1 The Valley Hotel, . ■■ JSHGHCQBIE. : UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. jis. c.Piaaeiii. . (LATE OF IVAHBING) • : ' " fT AVING lalien possession of lliCj , B 11sv'abrttif H&tel, infqrms her friends ana -the public generally (li.it every endeav^ " wilt lie-made to make...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

a hr FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1014. Local and General. POOBT NKWq.—At the local Court of Petty Bfloin onP^jr/hefef* SffA. Ej to«U «m I qjjQrderly, olrtw .wiWt bp)D* 4i *bo with wmwns prawrtjr. in U» oali, .Susll to fined 10T or t 4»jr« (si beins diunk.and 90/ ot 14 fcya lot imif, awl 61 <1»m«gn« out ol property. iMFROVMdKW—Mr 1, Gordon, MX. A, who Jmbaqi working »t the natter lor Uu Mttavna rMBtfci, hu raoeivod word (ma I «1» fcUw»y D»f«rtm«it »t tut tbatibty turn tccMd I* i*»e tht pletSom et the . Ibeftl rfilw»y (t*tion uatuUted uadtrtho vtnodab to* th* fall fraawg* of tk* itation buildlnp, und-tt ■■fctf-beyoud «B ilther •id*. XUi iayromn«nt UasuMhiiMdid ono, »nd will bt upraoiated. A farthu •nm, Oamnwawl Bwtki Jfo»41ok,.Gr»»n, wood, M'PJue. P. OTW1J. A N'£as*ld, Mis aopUMvWtt.W^)mMti Ctattbo, _ JlOklOB/ V'toMt Miiblia, J lUUoa, ftaUMfU^L'^Viootai^ Good*—Ft liTM^'OMr, Oowiip, Lobb, Ixboprpi. OmUIi nwixfr.' flim Bowm.-HJo WadsMdv Uttnnaa lut a •souwtut uowl Mm bi (hjMoU g&am...

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Church Services CHURCH OK ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 20 March 1914

Ghurdi Services CHURCH OK ENGLAND. Rector : Itcv. G. W. Carter, RJ)., TIi.L. ' 4II1 8nnday in Lent 7.30 p-m—Evensong and Sermon, Special collection for the Clergy Provident Fund PKKSBYTKKIAN, At 11 aim. *nd 7-30 p.m. METHODIST Morningat II- Mr Jenkin , Evening at 7*30—Mr Jenkin ROMAN CATHOLIC. Horning al l 1 —Hev. Father Kavanigh

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

Indigestion ! Can it be Banished ? Now, can it? Must a woman go on suf fering front headachcs, biliousness, Hutu lencc, pain* after eating, languor, or any of the other distressing sunptoms t\int arise from faulty action cf the stomach or the liver? Must men be niaile loss fit for work, less ablo to keep pace with their competitors because indigestion is supping their cm'tgicd and clogging their minds ? H ive wen uml women to go on enduring these things without hope of recover}*? Assuredly not! Most eases of acute indigestion are the result of neglect or of indifference. People get into a foolish habit of thinking tint they will be better on the morrow, or in a week c r two, and so tho c-iiuplainl s*:ls hold and the sufL-tcr goes (vim biul to wor.-e. Food ought to give up its life-sustaining elements for every nerve and muscle in your bedv; it ought to replenish the rich, red stream ol Mood flowing through your veins, and help you to think, to act, u:id to work with tho vim of the l...

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TAPERING OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

TAPERING OFF. A novel appeal was made, and not in rain, in the Magistrates' Court in Arrow, in the south of New Zealand, recently by a resident against whom the police had applied for the issue of a prohibition order, who asked to be allowed access to the hotel for a couple of days in order that be might "taper off," while at the same time he promised to be "square" within a week. A sympathetic bench decided to five the defendant another chance, and the case was adjourned for a wee* in order to ascertain whether or not the promises would be kept. A strike for "polite language during working hours" bsB been won by iron-workers employed by the Oliver Company, of Brooklyn, New York. It was initiated by a man who said "gentlemen" was the proper term for the foreman to use when addressing the men under .him. Separate compartments or stalls for each toe is the latest Parisian style of stockings. It is said these prevent those corns which are caused by the rubbing of the skin against the n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

10 ADVERTISERS, ■* NOTICE is hereby giv{«. that ALTERATIONS lo STANDJS^j Advertisements will In luluic Ue made on cach WEDNESDAY . Afternoon preceding the, day o[ Publication ( Em id;iy) in each week. Advertisers ;irfl (euiieated lo forward COPY for Alteration: to "Timos" Oflito NOT LATER than 1 p.m. on Tuwdave. •' Gregory's WAHEIira STORES. All Plowing' Requisites on Hand. Plow Shares, all brands. Plow Reins. Rope. Plow Chains; JBluestone, Etc. SUITS to Measure. Come and Inspect our Now Pattern Books. All the Latest Styles Shown. Suits to Measure from 35 s. The Approach of the Hot Weather. QECURE an Electric Iron on tli latest and most up-to-dat lines. Once used, no otlior Iron entertained. Makes work in tho Laundry a pleasure, instead of a burden. Also, an Electric Hot Water Settle. A great saving both in beat and fnel. Electric Fans to keep you coui; Erected at Melbourne Prices. Fancy Shades, Lamps, and all Electrical appliances on baud. A largo stock to choose from. Inspection i...

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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

Our Melbourne Letter. FROM OUtt COIUIEBI'ONDENT. The Ceylon Silk Company, whicli advertised pretty well throughout Australia in the provincial and suburban newspapers, au offer to supply 10 yards of silk to anyone who sent 2s 6d is another swindle which has found its quietus. Ac cording to the Sydney papers, up wards of £4000 was received by Edwin P. Liddle, but never a yard of silk was sent out by him. When arrested, fiddle was told he had no silk, no manager, and had not kept faith with his dupes. Tne fellow impudently asserted that he could have forwarded 10 yards of sewiug silk, as he had not stipulated the width. There is always an element of danger where an offer sounds too good. Either the material is shoddy, or else it is not intended to supply any value whatever, as in the case of the Ceylon company. l nose who are so keen after getting bargains must expect to be taken down by scoundrels • of the Ceylon Silk Company type. But the suc cess of such adventurers goes to show th...

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A HUMBLE BEGINNING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

A HUMBLE BEGINNING. f 1 Australia now contains about 30 million sheep, and the annual value of the pastoral industry exceeds -.0 million sterling. In view of thi\ it is interesting to turn to the origin o! the merino sheep in New South Wales, where the pastoral pursuit had its origin. In 1803, Captain John Maenrthcr, who imported the first mrrinos to Australia, was on a visit to London, and he delivered an address before a meeting, over which I.ord Ho':art presided. "I consider it my duty," he s:ud, •'respectfully to represent to His Majesty's Ministers tint I have found from an experience of many years, the climate of New Sruth Wales pe culiarly adapted to the increase of fine wool sheep, and that from the unlimited extent of luxuriant pastur ages with which that country abounds millions of those valuable animal* may be raised in a few years with but little other expense than the hire of a few shepherds. The specimens of wool I have with me have been in spected by the best judges o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

"Victorian Producers' Co operative Co. Ltd. Reoistkkkd Omos: "Wool Exchange Bulbing:;, •105 Collins Stkekt, Melbourne. J.Williams WISRKS to notify <lut he hn< been appointed Loc.il Ajio'jI for the above Company, niul .ill cnmmunica'ions addressed (o N'ngamhie Post Cilice will receive prompt aUctiitoti. Agent for nil cl.istcs of Machinery, Hassell's Manures, Fat Stock, Ktc. Weekly Sales of Live Stock held in Melbourne and IJemligo. Three months Free Storage on Gmiin The above Com. - pany act aB Selling Agents for every class of Farm Produce, including Wheal,' Oats, . Barley, Chaff, ctc. Agents South liriti>h Insurance Com pany. Live Stuck, Fire and Accident at lowest rates. jiapiiiBjirFiii. Annual Meeting1. Monday, April 27, 1914. OFFICERS: Prcsidont, Mr JK Furlong. '£ Vice-Presidents, Messrs D. Ahem, T. Ryan, P. Morgan and E. M'Donald. ■J Jtidgo, Mr T. Ryan. A Starter, Mr J. J. O'Dwver. Clerk of Scales, Mr F. Hill. Clerk of Course, Mr T. Donovau. Handicapper...

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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1914. Local and General [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

gjapmbic ®imco FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1014. Local and General I'LKAHE CALL.—Pnrccls and goods wero lying nt tho local railway station yesterday addressed to tbo following persons:— Mrs P. Anderson, Baxter Bros., Mr Day, Mrs Millor ("Fcmwood"), Mr Moulds, Miss j Monties, Mies Jones (Bailioston), Mrs Bwift, A. Rubli, II. Ralton, Mrs Suther land, A, Adams, F. Walkor. • Goods:— Parris & Sons, F. Camoron, Richards. ACCIDENT. — On Monday ovoning, at about G o'clock, Mr. J. Comerford mot with a very nasty itccidont in a simplo manner, as a result of which ho will bo compelled to go on tho easy list for a few weeks. Mr. Comcrford was ongaged in delivering a I - small parcel to Mr. W. A. Gordon, and was ' riding his bicyclo, but when crossing tho culvert between Mr. Gordon's shop and Lovot'a Hotel ho came* to grief, Somcono on the footpath called out to him just as ho was crossing tho culvert, and turning his hood suddonly to soe who it was tho front wheel of tho bioyclo slipped and tho r...

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Snapshots. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

Snapshots. Au important gathering of the Goulburu Valley and Seymour Presbyteries will be held at Na gamble next week commencing on March 31st and ending on April 3rd The general public will be afford ed an opportunity of hearing. some thoughtful discourses during the sittings, The full programme of the meet ings is published in another column. See advt. E. \V. Hill and Co. conducted a successful clearing sale at Bailieston East on Wednesday, on account of Mr. Costolloe. ' The programme for the Cup meeting of the Avenel Turf Club is now advertised. This should be a good gathering a,s the club is giving £205 in stakes at(d includes a Cup of £1QQ. An important meeting of the Na gambie Football club will be held on Tuesday evening next to make arrangements for a concert on Race night. All those interested in football are particularly requested to attend and help the club along by making the concert a great success. Good promises of assistance have been received and it is only a matter ...

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Cricket Notes. STONY CREEK v. NAGAMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

" Cricket Notes. STONY CREEK y. MAOAUBIE. To-znonow (Bttnidn) atony Credcmlt visit Nacutkit to puy a match with tip lt*ak. A)* niqal vriU tpp««aetit N»g*»M«, *nd pl»;us ft? WJBWefl to mwffiHe eajlr, M Ifie 8 taw Ofotk t*w will )urive or um morning tnilp *pd woata Uk« to make an tuir itttk—Wort dinner ilponiblt, ' . . i • . .

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Eight- Oared Championship. GREAT STRUGGLE BETWEEN NAGAMBIE AND ALBERT PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

Eight - Oared Championship. Great Struggle between na gambie and albert park. The eight-oared race for the championship of Victoria was rowed over the 2^-mile course from Coode Canal to the big crane near Spencer-street, on Saturday afternoon. For the si^th successive occasion Albert Parte proved their superiority. Though the wind was fairly strong from the south-east the Water was quite calm and the con ditions ideal for the best boat racing. A party from Nagambie, includ ing Messrs A. N. Hopkins, A. M. Orpwood, J. M'Intosh, and J.. Comerford motored down to see the race, and had a good trip. The Nagambie boys rowed splendidly, and put up a great race. A fatal mistake, however, was made in not making the coxswain fully ac quainted with the course—a most difficult one to steer.. The boy went to Melbourne with the crew a week before the race, and none of the crew or its supporters were keener on securing t^e covets^ Phaiqpionshjp tqan'.'p.on." The ^rajjjc in tlii river prevented the ...

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AMBIOUOUS [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

AMUICHJOWi A popular .clergyman Mqfntly lt»ered tilecturfi tfi hl» pvUb'onTa wpnn, ths. intwotbw,. «W»rt «t " Foot*," •■■■' " • There wa» « |arf«.audlH>c», but ,, the rush . (or- >««•<« uWM-oat **H« mcnt«a by the form - In -«M*k • th4 RdralMlon tickets w«?prtnt«Kj..; ;Tta iuerlptlou ran' tba»'&l,~~?T ."Lecture on * Tools.'1 Admit one." . Itu jiso# ol.youtfc'i-ia (M':*ooc •) .all aongs>« i n . -AUc* B. Arg«nto.

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Tennis Club Concert. A DECIDED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

Tennis Club Concert A DECIDED SUCCESS. A most enjoyable concert was hold at the Mechanics' Hall on Friday evening under the auspices of the Nagfambiu Tennis Club, when a most pleasing programme was rendered by tho eight artists who contributed to same. Many people from a distance who in tended to come to the concert wore compelled to stay at home owing to tho threatening aspect of the weather, but nevertheless the hall was well filled. The concert was a huge success, and all present averred that it was one of the best they have had the pleasure of attending for quite a long time. The committee of the Tennis Clnb were complimented for placing such a splendid programme before the audience, which showed its appreciation by loudly applauding each item. . Mr Oswald Rippon, with his very rioh tenor voice, rendered his items in a most pleasing manner, and was brought back twice in the first and second parts. His items wore ' I Hear You Calling Me' and ' Oh Flower of all the World/ and ho a...

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