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BAILIESTON v. RUSHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

BAJWESTW v. RU8HW0RTH, Tbeae two olaU out op the ground oi tbe former onSaturfay lut. Bushworth had sot»ttranf team, and tbe home team had aaaaiyirin. The Tialton were first to the iriokeu but oould only total G5. Hone 19, Looks 18, and AihlO ware tbe only bate men to niwh double figures. Jonea 8 lot B.Maeou 8 for 10, and Petti er a for Si mn the •oooeeelul bowlers. imiUMUi ■»il>(i«il to lMon itKrior us lou ol 9 wkMi wfiw »>ump» wen drawn, luaoa 96,,'JaBta 18 not out, A. H. Perry 61 not out. i*«r* (MpouiUe (or tbia malt. The fUtalofo! vw» o| the Tilting toun vita poor,' B. Fettifu Adding on tfis out field M » iub. did much good *ork and uved many rani. ' ' Iftflhtl AiTtidhH Un lwm* bam anil PaaJ •^TtTr rrT" >• 6001^'(or M, »d: B»el l ,(«t U obUi)Mitt)a two wlok«ta. ^pcended *re , . "Rof&iwft: • K*n,n*«ttt .a_ o UckvoW.taUkkJtaMo ... IS . ft*l.B,Q.toithbJaoM ,.. ... 4 JWrif, oTTlwy Hwm ... ... 4 tovThtwt "... • ... Q B. Ktrr.blUaan ... ... ... 0 Poaoook, bMaton ... 1...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Our Tree-Dwelling Ancestors. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

Our Trse-DweUinf Ait* | castor*. I If the apes of .'thousands..of gene rations ago had found themselves able to hold their own with., the other astasia, and not taken, to.the trass, the human race aa it -is to day would not exist. Such is the dictum of no less an authority than Professor a. K. Smith. The pri mates, ns our ancestors were called, at Arit. were a very ««*U and humble folk, it seems, who led a quite unobtrusive and aato;-iife. in . the branches of trees,-' tahtH Small part in the fierce competition ' (or size and supremacy that* wan being waged.upon,the earth,.beneath.them. But aU*he time tb«y were cultivat ing - that equablo development i tf ail their senses and limbs, ^nd that special development of the more in tellectually useful faculties of. thq mlml wh|ch. In thp .lqog , run. were io iifake then) the pfpfenitflrs of fho dqin|nnnf|nan»«a!-»hev n^ttak ]nnl which was to flbta|a th» ^Ur prejnacy over all flthew, while'st||| retaining much of the , prlqiitlre character...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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MUKCHISON v. NAGAMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

MUKCHISON v. NACUMWE. On Saturday the locals procccdod to Murchison to fulfil their hat Association engagement for tho season. ITopcs of a victory woro not high, us it was known that the Murchison cloven had been considerably improved, and on thoir match with Bailies. > ton tho previous Saturday they woro expected to make a good showing. How. over, crickot has tacn amply demonstrated to bo a most uncertain gamo after tho un expected downfall of sovcral of tho teams in the Association this reason, and tho Mur ehison match afforded still further evidence of tho fact, as tho visitors secured ft very "«>■ win ovor tho homo toam. putting them nil out for 18 runa. Nusambio hatted first ami mado 110. A. "more anil A. M'Donnlil nlnvixl n innings each for :W and 30 (not out) ro speclivcly, (liviuro's inning* was a par ticularly vigorous ono and ho timed his anves well. A. M'Donald was also in Rood form with tho bat, mul was apparently eapablo of making a good score if a wicket had been...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Glencairn Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

Glencairn Golf Club. Tlio umuinl meeting of the filun cnini Golf 01 ub was held on Mon day evening (it tlio Hall. The President, Mr J. Gordon, presided, and tlioro whs a good attendance of members. After tlio minutes of tlio immiul meeting lmd been passed, and the balaiicc-sheut (which showed tlio club to havo a credit balance of £5 Os 8d) and report had been placed before tlio meeting and accepted, the following ofllee bearors wore elected:— President, Or Davies. Vice-President, Mr liotliam. Captain, Mr Hotliani. Committee, Mesdames Davies1 and Swift, Miss Syines, and Messrs Cowan, Cuelli and A. M'PIiee. The selection of a grounds com-1 niitteo and entertainment com nuttco was loft 111 the hands of tlio general committeo to attend to. 'J'lie secretary'3 report showed that thero wore 95 members in the club. During the season imit ^ dies were played against Soy moitr, Euroa and 1'allarook, and several members of the club at tended the tournaments at Huron and Wangaratta.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Eagle Armies in the Air. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

Eagle Armies in the Air. TJu» problem of how to combat Mir.tljjfs is one wbirb nations ftre mry much concerned about at tho inonicft(, and It is im exaggeration to soy that a fortune awaits llio man who can invent a really efTec live weapon with which armies will be abh» to eopo with U»s «C\v force In warfare, In tho meantime some French army officers, who cer tain^ cannot be accused of Jack ot nrixiiuijity, have boon conducting iwpcJiJMj'ijIs with a view fo pror iug (hat eagles can be trained t0 dost my air fleets. ' t he idea was first suggested to them by the tragic fate of tho Into (Julbn.ith Kfigor*. a very brillir.at nxlntor, who js said to have met i,jH death because a seagull accident ally ll"w against hiui atid disturb Hi his control of his machine ; and it has boon subsequently proved that a very slight injury to tho driver of an aeroplane will destroy his equilibrium nod send him top* pling to the earth. If, argued the. French officers, i\ modest-sited bird like tho seagu...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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FINAL POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

FINAL POSITION OF CLUBS. | 2 Club >> a g 6 s .5 -5 Q J £ Bailies ton ... 12 10 1 42 Nagambio ... 12 0 0 3 36 Moora ... 12 <k 0 8 16 Marchison ... 12 3 2 7 1G Rnshwotth ... 12 2 1 9 10

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

All The Year f^ound Ton Will Find "TEA LOVERS' TEA" What it is represented to bo: A pure, unadulterated Tea, ' ' Containing stimulating and nerve-soothing properties, without being doleterious in any way. It has Come to Stay, And wlion you become acquainted and accustomed to its value it's consumption all the year round will become a certainty. Kegistered throughout the Commonwealth of Australia BY AC C$n 1^1^ NAGAMBIE 9 C. WriL/JL/, STOBES. i ft * (f. j * THE BEEHIVE S Autumn and Winter Display ft TJp-to-date Millinery, $ Coats, Sport Coats, Costumes, Etc., Etc., ... Dress Goods... New Novelties in the Latest TextureB and Shades, Velours, Brocades, Donegals, Etc., Etc. FIRST SHOW DAY jY Thursday Next, April 2. 7? Your Inspection Cordially Invited. Now Seasonable fj • Novelties in all Departments. For Variety and value call I --At | D. BROWN'S | BeeUve v FCowan&Col Charming Display . „i,__£3 £i* °F_ zz SlfcS -_A,j ■ . Autumn and Winter Trimmed IIMillirery^; msamt-EE E -—ON- ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

TAEILZ HOTEL, Comer STATION & HIOH-Strccts, NHGHMBIE. j. .irivi»»3i (Lnle of Kyabr.iiii. UKGS to Nolily the Public of Nagambie and district that lie lias taken over the above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and trusts by strict attention to business to -ncrit a fair iliare of patronage. Good Accommodation . Good Starling MoDKium Tehms Attuntivk Ohoom Best Brands of Wines ami Spirits. Criterion Hotel. A. LEVER (Lato Mrs Carroll) Wishes to anno.ince to tlie residents of N'ayanibie and District that lie lias taken over tlio business of the abr.vo well kmnvii Il'ilrl, and iiitcucls l'i c.ner for patrons by supplying the best in everything. Plcasiuc Boats always available. C.md Stabling and ('.room. Zi Yictoria Ale The thlley Hotel, ISBOHCQBIE. UNDER NEW management. Kirs. 6. MIL ' (I.ati; of wahrinc.) tl AVINU taken possession <■! Ilic IT, .above H'.tt!,infnrnis her fricwlsnnd. the -piihlic'generally 1h.1l every endeavor will t'c made lo make Ihein cmnforjahb when Ihcy pay a ca...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 27 March 1914

Church Services CHURCH OK ENGLAND. Hector : Rev. G. W. Carter, H.D., Th.l,. oth Sunday in Lont 11 a-ni—Holjr Communion PKESBYTBKIAN. Al it a.m. and 7-30 p.m METHODIST 11 n*m -Mr Aeliloy 7*30 p ra—Hor Albon ROMAN CATHOLIC. MorninRal 11 — Rev. Father Kavamnh

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

Fitzroy Bohemians. A PUBLIC MEETING will bo linld on VRI1UY EVENING, 37tl> March, at 8 o'olock, nt Cohon'a Hotol, with n viow of making Arrangoraonta for tho forth coining visit of tho Uohoniirtna during Kflfltor weok. ; W. R. BOURKK, SocroUry { St. Patriok's Sports Club. A GENERAL MEETING of nil thoso intorofttod in tho nbovo CInb will bo bold on MONDAY EVENING, ;<ut Mnrcl), nt 8 o'clock, nfc M*l>onald's Hotol. IJuainoss: To recoivo bftlnnco-shoot. W. R. BOURKK, Hon Sco

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How Our Flowers Continue to Make Perfume. SCIENTISTS FIND BLOSSOMS CAN MAKE TEM TIMES THE PERFUME THEY COMTAINED WHEN PICKED. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 April 1914

How Our Flowers Continue to Make Perfume. SCIENTISTS KIM)- Itl.nsSOMS CAN" MAKK Ti;\ TIMKS Till; PKltlTME TIIKY COXTAINKI) Wlir.N' J'ICKKI). Flowers continue^ t<» manufacture I 'erf u mo after thc.v have been sepa* ruled from {he parent stem. This is the latest r«»rtrknbl« discovery made by the investigators. It bus I ecn (be commonly-recrivrd opinion that the miMifiit the blossom is out it bet;i»is to tVi<» iww\ its f creative power stop*.. This has been proved al! «rontr by some very careful in vestigations made in Franco mid (ienuany. The ehemists attached t<» establishments where the os>en tiul oil or .odorous matter in dowers is extruded for the manufacture of perfumes have boon studying this question for \ears, ami nl last the conclusions at which they have ar rived are made public. The experimenter!* took 200 pounds of flowers as the general basis of their experiments and " applied the four methods known to the manufac turers for the extrac...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 April 1914

Local and General. PnOOREBSIKG. —Mr. Jus. Comorford, who is nt prosorit an inmato of a private hospital at St. Kilda, is reported to bo now making good progress. After his arrival in Molboumo lost wcok, alarming symptoms of blood poisoning sot in, and for somo days Mr. Coniorford was in a very critical con dition. Hot baths and fomentations had to bo applied continuously for 48 hours, and in a letter rocoivcd yestorday ho states that ho is still having hot baths and fomentations 8 and 9 hours a day, but with ordinary caro is considered to bo well out of danger, and hopes to bo homo on Saturday (to-morrow). CLOSER SETTLEMENT.—At the mooting of tlio Btato Excontivc-Council on Tuesday, Messrs O. Johnstone, M,L,A.; F. W. Brawn, F. G. CJarbo, and R. B. Bees, MX.C.'a; and 11. Angus, J. Chatham, J. I Gordon, "D. S. Oman, and W. Plain, M.L.A.'a, woro appointed a Royal com-I mission to inquire into and report upon (1) I tho working of tho Closer Settlement Acts, I in both irrigablo and non i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 April 1914

Notice to Farmers HAVING erected an up-to-date Weigh, bridge, 1 am now prepared to do all ] kinds of weighing at reasonable rales. I am also prepared to buy Wheat in any quantity, and pay cash for some as soon as i( i> put over Weighbridge, as I have be*n appointed Local Representative tor J. Darling & Sodf, tbe well-known Wheat Buyers and Corn-sack Merchants, and can quote Corn-sacks for next Harvest at lowest rated. Also Agent for Dixon Bros., Chafl aud Produce Merchants, and the Koyal Insurance Company. L. CAELLI, Produce Merchant and Sawmillei Railway Station, Nagambie. Phone No. 2. DRUIDS' GALA AND AUSTIN HOSPITAL BAZAAR. Moaste." Ait Union £1000 in Prizes. £tooo IN PRICES." Jtiooo IN PRIZES. Evtry Ticket has an equal ch.ipcc, whether presented or not ist Pi tee, i'icture value L500 2nd Prize, Ptetuie value Lioo 3rd<Ptue, Picture ralue L61 The Committee has arranged for Hi purchase Irom the Winner ol either << the first three prizes a...

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An Unparalleled Storm. GREAT DAMAGE DONE AT GOULBURN WEIR AND WAHRING. BENEFICIAL RAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 April 1914

An Unparalleled Storm. GREAT DAMAGE DONE AT GOUL BURN WEIR AND WAHRING. BENEFICIAL RAINS. Tho threatened drought came to an abrupt termination on Friday afternoon, when a most phenomenal storm broke over the dis« fcricfc, old residents of which declare they have never scon its equal. Rain was badly | needed by farmers, gr«/.ier3, and others, and | although considerable damage was dono to , homesteads, haystacks, outbuildings, etc., still with ordinary conditions for the re mainder of tho year a good season may bo anticipated, and fear* of a water shortago have been dispelled. .Agriculturalists may now proceed with their ploughing and graziers'will be rowarded with a good growth of grass in their paddocks. On Thursday night several good showers fell, but it was not until Friday afternoon, between 5 and G o'clock that tho great outburst took placo, which will long bo remembered by those who witnessed it, and more especially by thoso who were unfortunate enough to bo caught j in it, wh...

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DANGERS OF WINDOW CLEANING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 April 1914

DANC.EltS OF1 WINDOW CLEANING. Dr. cole, Melbourne s coroner, urges the City Council to include the necessity of easement windows when dealing with building regulations. This suggestion is due to the death of the caretaker of the Union Trus tees Buildings, being killed while cleaning a window. Three thousand troops at the Liver pool encampment, N.S.W., were obliged to exchange uniforms (or bathing-suits while in training, be . nose of the torrential rainfall.

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FEARFUL CYCLONE AT GOULBURN WEIR. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 April 1914

FEARFUL CYCLONE AT QOUIiBUKN WEIR. (From ouc Weir Corroapondenfc.) A fearful oyclouo, oauslug groat destruc tion of property, oocurred hero on Friday I evening last. For the past fortnight tho I weather has been very sultry and tho baro-1 meter abnormally low, reaching 29'3 just before tho storm burst.- During tho after noon the lightning flashed continuously and thunder boomed ominously, while the clouds in the south-west' and "west assumed a greenish tint. At 5.30 the storm burst in all its fury, aocompaniod by a weird noise which, terrified the animals. Pieces of ice as well as hailstones biggor than a hen's egg poured down aj$- an appalling noiao was heard ^ fcqa missiles [struck {no tools. Jt vp* t^o yrafcof oqljr a few migu$es to uorool orwy tow aimoac every hott&p ip foe locality. Extensive damage hw b^eu dono to tho Weir, the electric lamp globos aro smashed and tho Wires destroyed} tho telephone wires are Jbrokon and ono of them is in tho river. Telephone communicat...

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AUSTRALIA'S TRADE EULOGISED. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 April 1914

AUSTRALIA'S TRADE EULOGISED. An enthusiastic tribute boa b:en paid to Australas-'U's corvtnorcinl progress, in the pccond minim re port lately received from the Domi nion's Royal Commission. "The trade position of Australia ami New Zealand is remarkable, .'iti.l in some respects unequalled," it reads. "Separated as tbess countr.es pre from the rest of the world l>y an im mense expanse of ocran, rnd d'.vidcd as they are from the inn. ipnl mar kets to which they r»:nd tluir pro ducts, and from which they draw their supplies, hv half the circumfer ence of the earth, they have d?vclo,"> ed an external trade which, measured at the amount per inha' itaut, rnn'ca with the oldest, the ric'i.st, anil tb» most commercial coinrt-i's «,f tin world. "That so great a trade should have been created under such gco*rapbi:nl conditions is a striking procf of the energy, industry, and commercial ability of the people concerned. The dependence of countries so situated upon shipping: faciliti:s an...

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A DEVASTATING CYCLONE. Our Wahring Correspondent writes:— [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 April 1914

A DEVASTATING CYCLONK. Our Wahring Correspondent writes :— rridays terrific storm which swept ovor tho district was the severest over experienced hero. It was rv storm of cyclonic character which wrought destruction in its train, de vastating tho country for miles over which it pusficd. Houses havo been unroofed, trees uprooted arid broken, fruit trees de nuded and stripped of thoir branches, and haystacks swept away. Tho hailstones that foil wero of such dimensions that thoy penetrated .strong corrugated iron roofs and causcd a panic in sovoral housoholds. For tunately thoro has been no fatalities recorded in tho distriot, but those who woro overtaken by tho storm had marvellous escapes from fatal injuries.. Messrs D. Ahem, R. Mahonoy, Bean Bros., Deano, Morrissy, Ryan and other residents had dainago dono to buildings, chimnoys, liaystacks, wind mills, ctc., and MrT. Deano is reported to havo had one of his horses oyes knocked out with a hailstone. The threo-chaiu road from Adams' ...

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Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 April 1914

Mail Arrangements. Mails despatched lor JJeJbourne riost at 8.5 a.m. and 6.30 p. id. daily. T.P.O.—17 (down) 9 35 a.in.idaily. 1. J7 (up) ^30 p.m. Seymour S.f 5 a,m, And C.30 p-in. Murctiison at 9,33 a.m. and 6.30 pan. Gaul barn Weir at 10.40 a.ui.ou Monday Wadnnday and t'liiay, also Bailicston South. Angaitown at 1040 a.ui. an Monday Wednttttaj. and Friday, alio Wiratc. "Grtytonn, Whrate »nd Wattle vale, (040 mm. Tuesday, Tliund ly aud 8alt*Jiv. " ■ ,

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Snapshots. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 April 1914

Snapshots. Through an oversight last week wo omittod | to includo Mr. J. Furlong's name amongst the party who motored down to seo tho Eight-oared Championship race. Last days for tho salo of tickots are announced in conncction with the Druids' Gala in aid of tho Austin Hospital. E. W. Hill & Co. held a successful horse salo on Monday, hut report that horse# are down in the markot. Tho annual Picnic of St. Patrick's school, Wahring, will bo hold on Thursday next, April 9th. Everyono cordially invited. 3Ir J. P. Morrissy, of Wahriog, is seri ously ill. His many friends will wish him a speedy recovery. Mr L. Mason, of Wangaratta, has takou over tho Critorion Hotel. Wo tako tho opportunity of extending a wolcomo to Mr and Mr* Mason, and trust their sojourn horc will be both pleasant and profitable. At E. \V. Hill b Co's salo yesterday Mr Barron's land at Hughes Creek, 160 acres, was sold, after spirited competition, at £5 per acre, Mr J J O'Divyer being tho pur chaser Anothor bl...

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