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

REMEMBER WHEN YOU GET CLEMENTS1 TONIC | YOU GST !i HEALTH TOO! 1 A PROFESSIONAL NURSE w known throughout Western Austr/ writes bcr opinion* NURSE AUCE WILKINSO*, 21 !! Stmt, NtL Peftk, mil tkii lell ;r: " I luve spent many year: in my profession M a nursr, both here and in Victori?. I have nuried the tick of descriptions, and tome luve been very low and we;:::. The question always ari;e: in the mind of the nurse \vu ;:. is the best medicine for c. patient when thoroughly run down or to keep them fro:n getting low and prostrated. Front yeariof experience and clow observation I can say I k—w timt ■» <iri»ea» goo J u CLEMENTS TONIC as a Btrve Uti and appetising medicine, creating a desire for nourishment. It quickly give* health and strength. (Signed) * NURSE WILKINSON." No truer letter *ss«»erwrU<ca to women tiuo (hii om, prvriac tbebeeUMul properties of , this i—rrnrfirjit Where die «er»ui« ijlUn is shattered through exhaustive ttudlee, fever, vesting illness, o...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 April 1914

Yes, Hylsmds Only. ^-5)o(g3)o(^5)o(3_5)o The s.s. JXerehana Is duo to arrive at Molbourno Wlmrf THIS Day. Thi8 Boat brings Eleven Oases and Bales of Drapery FROM Rylands & Sons, London, -FOK A, E. GADD, And, it is by far the BEST BOUGHT Merchandise in tlic Lake City, NAGAMBIE STORES. These Packages Will be opened out in a few days, and the goods marked in PLAIN FIGURES, so that purchasers run no risk of deception in tho slightest degree. The above-mentioned shipment is undoniably the best all-round value in tho world's market to-day. 3 THE BEEHIVE Autumn and Winter Display « ft .. . Dress Goods... OF Up-to-date Millinery, 1) r ^ ' Coats, Sport Coats, Costumes, Eto., Etc., New Novelties in the Latest Textures and Shades, Velours, Brocades, Donegals, Etc., Etc. FIRST SHOW DAY, Thursday Next, April 2. j- Your Inspection Cordially Invited. Now Seasonable if Novelties in all Departments. For Varioty and valne call I . _ At -- & K At » (t, 1). BROWN'S A Beehive jSK Stores....

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

TABILK HOTEL, Corner STATION & HIOH-Strccls, NHGHMBIE. j. )riiVio»ii (Late of Kynbram. BKGS to Notily the Public of Nagambic and district that lie lias taken over the above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and trusts by strict attention to business to merit a fair share of patronage. . : •j ■ Good Accommodation Good Stabling1 '* Moderate Terms Attentivb Groom Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hofyel. L. MASON (Late Mr A Lever) . Wishes to announce to the residents of Naganibie and District that lie has taken over tho business of the above well known Hotel, and intends to cater for patrons by supplying the best in ovcrything. Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Groom. Ss Victoria Ale The Valley Hotel, pjflCHCQBIE. UNDER NEW MANAUEMENT. Plis. G. Pianelii. (LATE OF WAHRING) TTAVING .taken possession "of the. _ XI above Hotel, informs h<r friends and the public generally that every endeavor willbe made to make them comfortable when they pay a call. - * ...

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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1914. THE INITIATIVE REFERENDUM. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 April 1914

uhr Dagniubit FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1014. THE INITIATIVE REFER .... prpyM. A correspondent writing to tbp '-'Age" last week on the subject- of the introdnotion of the Initiative Bofeiwndomtbinks.that although neither the iiiboral .nor Labour | party seem Very sweet on it this much desired roform may come into existenoe if the Australian Natives' Association oan only be indooed to pot its shoulder to the wheel in the matter. The Asso Ptafinn is flo doubt a power in the land,-an4 4(4 good dp*} tpgiyp ur Federation, Possibly $4 A? question of the exeroiip of its power in regard to tnu matter .pomp before it again it migbt—like many ordinary votem—not quite see its way to exercise it in the same direotion,„ but that .it beside the question. On a matter likethe Initatire Referendum the A.N.A. would exeroiie more - influence than any newspaper however, for, truth'to tell, there are not a few people who look with something like suspicion on press polltioal proposals. Indeed, whenthemat« ter ia ...

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Church services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 April 1914

Church services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Rector : Ucv. G. W. Carler, R.D., TUX. P»lm 8und»y 7 30 p-m—Evensong and Sermon PKE8BYTKKIAN. At 11 a.m. and 7-30 p.m. METHODIST 11'a.m -Mr Jenkin 7-30 p-m—Her Albon HOMAN CATHOLIC. Morning at 9—Rev. Father Kavanagh

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EAST TO WEST RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 April 1914

EAST TO WEST RAILWAY. Th? contention that lie nit'D, with few exceptions. i;u\c imagination, appears to hoUl 5 truth. A striking exa.nph <">f '.n'.s Bad deijciency is now be r.i; c:< 1:i • cd in the opposition which is boim: hurl ed at the completion of the trans continental railway from Knkooriie to Fremantle. The Premier of Western Australia, somewhat belatedly, announces the fact that the State canr.ot afloid the necessary £1,500,000 which is re ,nir.*,i to complete this section of the Rr«\u task. The financial side of our Ea*t to West railway has Irom the begin ning created much discussion ; and until the last rail is laid, and the first train dispatched the money ques tion will be sure periodically to crop up. In all countries great railway en terprises seem automatically to arouse fierce opposition ; hut the suc cess which has always awaited a pro gressive railway policy, should stiffen our courage in carrying to a consum mation this great national nec...

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

Yictorian Producers' Co operative Co. Ltd. Registered Omcs: Wool Exchange Buildings, 495 Cotuxs Stucet, Melbourne. J. Williams W'ISHES to notify that he lias been appointed Local Agent for the above Company, and all communications addressed to Xagambie Tost Office will receive prompt attention. Agent for all classes of Machinery, Hassell's Manures, Fat Stock, Etc. Weekly Sales of Live Stock held In Melbourne and iiendigo. Three months Free Storage on Grain, The above Com* pany act as Selling Agents for every class of Farm Produce, including Wheat, Oals, Barley, Chaff, elc. Agents South British insurance Com pany. Live Stock, Fire and Acoident at loft'est rates. Japil Turf moii. Annual Meeting'. Monday, April 27, 1514. OFF1CEBS i President, Mr J. Furlong. Vico-Presi Jeuts, Messrs P. Aberu, T. Ryan, P. Morgan anil E. M'Donald* | Jucfgo, Mr T.-Ryan, Starter, Mr J. J. O'Dwyer. i Clerk of Scales, Mr F« Hill* Clerk of Course, Mr T, Donovan, Handicapper, Mr W. HiU. || Trea&ttTOt, M...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Retreat. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 April 1914

Retreat. iTIie influx of Presbyterian minis ters to Nagatnbie this week was considerable, the occasion being the • joint Retreat arranged by the Pres- ! 1 byteriaus of Gonlbnrn Valley and Seymour. The idea of the Retreat is two-fold ; first to be a time of spiritual refreshing for the members, and second to afford an opportunity for the discussion of the problems of practical Church work and indi vidual Christian life. The members have thrown open their meetings to the public of Nagambie, and those who attended have derived much . benefit therefrom. Ministers and elders attended from far and near, I and from the time of the first busi ness meeting 011 Tuesday to the I closing meetings 011 Thursday even ! ing everything was very successful, . Perhaps the most noticeable feature I of the meetings has been the series of addresses 011 " Spiritual Power," by Rev. F. Paton, M.A., B.D., which were most impressive and deeply instructive. Other subjects discussed have been "Baptism" "Union w...

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Good-bye to Mr. Lever. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 April 1914

Good-bye to Mr. Lever. On Monday availing a number of tha friends of Mr. A. Lovor assembled at tbo j ' Crituroin Hotel .to havo a parting glass of ' wino and wish him good-byo 'Mr. Lovor is rotiring from tbo hotclbcoping business and returning to bis farm at Murchison. Mr. J. Furlong presided ovor the gathering in his usual ploosing stylo. Aftor tho glosses bad boon charged Mr. Furlong proposed tho health of " Our Guest." They regretted very wuol* tho ; departure of "Mr. Lever, in whom w<no to bo ! found many storing qualities, ijo had taken :v qojidl interest iu sport, and gained io[ pubUo estimation by solid qualities, which ftoy had Just begun tq appxooiato. Ho was leaving fa* a much natter work—tho work ihat ho oouid ieol that overy man was his servant—a farmer. Ho considered that Mr. Lover was a real good straight follow, and bo wished Mrs. Lever, himself and family every success. Mr. T. Ryan said ho had found Mr. Lover a good solid sport at lioart, and was pleased t...

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

I _, I I "LAXETTES" | 1 Aperient Chocolate Square* 1 Effcctivc as castor oil. Pleasant u a chocolate cream. j All chemists ami stoickteperv II' *ad 1/6; or Boweo & Co^ Swonstoa St„ Mel bourne. Sewltor bee sampte. Gregory's "WAHEHTQ- STORES. All Plowing* Requisites on Hand. Plow Shares, all brands. Plow Reins. Rope. Plow Chains Bluestone, Etc. SUITS to Measure. Come and Inspect our New Pattorn Books.; All tlio -.Latest Styles Shown. Suits to Measure from 35s. Wahring Stores. The Approach of the Hot Weather. QECURE an Electric iron on th0 latest and moat up-to-dat lines. Onco used, no other Iron entertained. Makes work in the Laundry a pleasure, instead ol a. burdon. AIsoJ an Electric Hot Water Kettle. A great saving Willi heat and fuel. Electric Fans to keep you coo - Erected at Melbourne Prices. Fancy Shades, Lamps, and all Electrical appliances on hand. A largo stock to choose from. Inspection invited. A. Gr. AshJej, Electric!1' anil Mechanics) inigiiieer. All Classes of El...

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Cricket Notes. STONEY CREEK v. NAGAMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 April 1914

Cricket Notes. STONEY CREEK v. NAGAMBIE. On Saturday a team representing Stonoy Creelr visited Nagambio and played a keenly contested match with tho locals. In the absonco of tbo captain, Mr E. M'Donald (vice-captain) had charge of tho Nagambio olovcn, and used good judgment in tho handling of tho bawling in the first innings, as a result of which tho visitors were displaced for a much smaller scoro than might otherwise havo boon tho caso. Throe of tho Stonov Crcok team missed tho train, and had to make np with subs. Tho visitors batted first, but did not mako a good stand, being disposed of for 58, P Andoreon heading tho list with 1G. D. Brown bowled oxoptionnlly well, and bo ciuod G for 20. H. M'Donald as usual also bowled well, and got i for 25. Na gambio as a wliolo xhapod poorly with tho bat, but managed to get their head in front at tho finish, and won by six runs. Ingloman proved tho salvation of tbo sido, and played a vory useful inuings for 23. Lynch, J Anderson and Grattan...

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

Bowls. Rmhtf from the («oull>imi Valley Asso ciation met ftu equal number from the Viotormn Howling Association, oti tlic Soymour green la«t Saturday, and .scored a wcll-oamed win, us the following steorcn will show. 'J'ho Niv^avnbio rink met Abor foldio and eamo out on top. Results: — No. 1 Rink. N;iRuml)io.—Messrs Willis, Cran^, Tlill and Park (o), 25. Abi'rfoldic.—Messrs Watts, Peacock, Clifl, and Main (<;), '20. No. 2 lt'mk. Seymour No. 1: Messrs ftronow, Porter, CSibson, and Hullmi (c). '2(J. Richmond Union No. '2: Mosstu N«;w lands. Ciogen, Shaddock, and Padburv (e), 17. No. U Rink. Heyroouv No. Messrs Story, Sci^g fiuld, Boddy, and Guild (c), ifl, Richmond Union No. 1 : Messrs Slattery, Dovcrcux, Collopy, and Seymour (c), '29. No 4. Rink. Tatura: Messrs Hunter, Pigdon, Gorman and Davy (e), '27. Ksscndon: Messrs Toughc, Hamilton , Goode, and Kerr (c), 17.

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Graytown Jottings [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 April 1914

Gray town Jottings About haIt sp incfo of rajo fo}2 ?fri<fry ovenicg fast. 'J'tys ?Rfty give temporary I rota! jib tfibfle-short of water but a far heavier fall ib neoessary to put much, water in dams, eto., Tho water question was becoming acute in tho weatern part of the settlement. Some people had to oart water fof fc>th domestic and stock purpose The first spleotion in the settJpmQqt' to^hango bauds, was recently sold through KUroy A Qendv of Heathcote. The property he* longed to Mr Riohaxds and had an area of about 200 acres. The buyer wm Mr P. Fianigao, juo, The prioe is said to be about £2 10a per acre. It ia rumoured that the Post maator at Moormbool \Ycst contemplates resigning. Ho oontends, so report says, that his salary, whioh pans out at about four peace half-penny per week does not constitute a living wago. And he says, iueffeot, that if his screw is not raised, ho will slioff the job. • ' F Owing to the'searoity o,( (r^h water at Costerfield' (he ftan...

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St Patrick's Sports Club [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 April 1914

St Patrick's Sports Club Tho wind up meeting of tbo above was bold at McDonalds' Hotel on Monday evening. Tbero was a gcod attendance and tbo President (Mr. T. J. Ryan) presided. Tbo Secretary (Mr. \\\ R. Bourko) read tho balrmco sheet, which .showed that the club bad made u profit of over £28 out of tbo sports. .... This was considered n highly satisfactory result, and Messrs A. I, Baud and T. Clarko moved that tho statement bo adopted.— Carried. Sir A. TT. kambden camo in for eulogy for his services as gatokuepor, which woro given gratis, and on tbo motion of Messrs McDonald and Downey it was decided to write thanking Mr Lambdeu for his valued assistance. The I'rosidcntcouiplimented mombors and tho secretary on the succcssful result of tho , sports. They had takon great interest in ! their work, and It was to tbo energy and intorest of overyono conncctcd with it that tho gathering wont off so well. Tbo llov Fatbor Kavanagh endorsed tbo remarks of Air By an, and said ho desired to ...

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Nagambie Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 April 1914

Nagambie Golf Club. Tlio Annual Medina of tho Naffnmbio Golf Club whs held on Monday, iJOth March; the Presidont, Mr. T. Dorum, in tho chair. A largo numbor of members woro present. The BulnncO'flheet (which will bo found elsowhcrc) was road, and adopted on the motion of Mrs. Hasher and Mr. P. Bazclcy. Curried. Tlio club camo through tho season with a credit balanco of i-SSsGd, which was considered very satis factory. A well-drawn up report, covering tho operations of tho club for tho season, was submitted by Mr 0. Brcnsing (secretary), and was tho subject- ol very favorable commont. ELECTION 01' OKFiCElW Prcsidont—Mr T. Dorum. Vicc-Prcaidonts - Rov Fr. Kavanach and Mr F. Bazeley, Secretary and Treasurer—Mr l'\ Fosdiek, Exocmive Committee— IVcsulont, Vice Presidents, Messrs J. Taylor, Couiorford, Broiling, J. Fosdiclc. Ladies' Committeo - Mesdames Haakor, I E. W, Hill, F. Hill, Taylor; MissesBazeloy, 1 Derum, Breusicg. Handicap Committee-President, Secre tary; Messrs F. Baaoloy, R. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 April 1914

V'llH.!t'ui.lialied liy J,\a. J. Oomsiipoiu;, for OoMEitrom. au.l Kikk»i.i.v, b .'•"vi.'i ' i'i" *'' "-""w Of thtt N»:;/iuiljio Tm«n High-strest,

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FAMOUS BRIDGE BUILDER. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 April 1914

KAMOUS iiitlDUK UU1LM2U. - Waterloo Bridge, the granite para? pti of which has been damaged by a'skidding motor *lmsf y^ns opened I-.v the LViaco tieg0Ji{. on Waterloo J)nv, 1817. ' Wfieu the foundation* .stone whs laid on, the north . side ot the river in 1811. the designer oi ilie bridge, the famous «/ohu Kcmiie, deposited iu a cavity id the stone a hermetically sealed -ease containing the coins •<.»/ the- realm, . the newspapers of the day, and« • Bible which, on his ninth birthday, in 1770,* was presented to him by Andrew Meikle, the inventor of the threshing nuiehino^ Jennie, the son of a farmer, * was jyoht- to piny Iruatij from s^hoo^a-i Melkle's workshop jir't|io'parish of Saltoun, Bast Lothjiut( (iu<l the \at? ter did much to oncourngo the-|i|(t'b taste Jor mechanics, At the .qgcol twelve, John U«uik .wat .apprenticed to Andrew MeikU. ' i John Kennle died In London ll October. 1821, and lies burled !i't: St. 1'nul's. lie built Southw.or^ Bjrldge. and l...

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THE HOLY CARPET. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 April 1914

THE HOLY CARPET. * The Holy Carpet, or "Kiswa/* is •the covering for the most sacred part of the holy shrine at Mecca* The ceremonies connect oil with th3 making ami conveyance of it nro very interesting. A new eurpi;t is made ' ami taken from Cairo every your. It coa« hists u» uvii silk ami velvet covcrs, riii1 =r*>i* in gold ami silver thread with lexis from t.he Kornnf the fabrication of which costs ovetf v, 'Hie night preceding its removal from Cairo the "Kiswa" is set up on i lie Citadel Square, for thfl followers of the 1'rophot to ndinlrf ami adore. The whole phice is 011Q bla/.e of light, no true Mohammedan thinks of going to hed. ami through* out the night thousands upon thou* sands of the faithful toil up the long hill leading to the citadel In order to pray at the foot of the offer ings and, if possible, touch them in the hope of obtaining a blessing, Quaint oil lamps throw a peculiar light upon the scene. The intoning of the prayers is awe-inspiring. 'The Khedive, or....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 April 1914

Baroavoniont Card "j\,| HS KINLOC1I wishos lo return hor i»I sincore THANKS lo nil kin,I friends for lotters, tolograius, and floral wreaths, a!so to specially thank Mr and Mrs M'Kay, Mr Iln^h Kays, and Dr Davioa for unromitting kindnosB.

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Auctioneer Killed by Electricity. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 April 1914

Auctioneer Killed by Electricity. F.lretricity bids lair 1o rrmvil i.|ii> .t ?!<.• (itiiiciT <»IT bis pedo-I ii). At. least an electrical system nf nnc tioninq; eggs bus boon lri**'l in Hol land, ami has mot villi .such success (hat. it might possibly bo tried on; ot hoi* eommodit J'oultry farm ing is one of 1 ho great industries, of Holland, and wilhin t ho luM 10, yours, through co-operative methods' the poultry imi'-'Ts have groatly improved tlifir br/'rds and become big producers. The eggs i.to ,Mihl at auction every Saturday in al len>t one of tho .1'iitr.s of the chicken industry. n:td {fie liitiM' J.ml <rf ({e» er;g: marl,el on seh-.-day did not c» well will* the tnucluii.in'i- hoe «.f peace Mini tpiict. Tit r.Mnr:» ill*' invention' of the el rii-.il a not ionecr. The eggs aro s«dd in lots of 2,and each lot is numbered. Kach of (ho intending purchasers of oii'tis is given a nuniiu-f ami a seat that also hits a number. Tho pre-, siding ol...

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