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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Rector: Rev. G. W. Carter, R.D., Th.L. Good Friday [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 April 1914

Church Services CHURCH OK ENGLAND. Rector: Kcv. (i. \V. Carter, R.I)., Tli.L. Good Friday 11 a-m—-Morning Prnyor Eaator Day. 7 p ra—Choral Evensong. PRESBYTERIAN. At it a.m. and 7 p.ro 1'roachor, Rev. A H Tolhurst. METHODIST 11 a.m—Bev Lapthorne 7 p.ra—Mr Jenkin ROMAN CATHOLIC Morning at 11—Kcv. Father Knvainjih

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 April 1914

! Do You Know THAT .... J. F. Greenwood HAS secured for a ciolimto term IIi«-> services of— Mil J. M'DONA M>, First-class Farrier and Agricul I tural Smith. I Late Farrier to the Melbourne-1'.n-i-yint* Co. and Manager rtf Fairfield Shorn-i,' For^e, Melbourne!: nU'o four vcais* with Nicnot^n it Morrow, Mi-Uinurrio and Shcpp ii'u r. ; al-o •■\.i First Smith on Plows. H.hw.-Ums, Comb;, etc., ;i:k) General Farm Maeiiii.uy. Securing the . .. . Fir,srr Ph'i/KS For fiijrht and Heavy tSliooinjj at Sho}>jmrton »Show in \V\ I. The following U a Testiiucni ii from Mr Attain?, one of the loading Ixorno brooders ami judges for the Royal Agricultural | Society of Victoria:— | "Rufold," via Kynftton. This is to certify that Mr J. M'jMnUd when ;it Kcdosdale shod to my entire satis faction all my Show horse-!, which were exhibited at Melbourne, Or.mil National, Hondigo and Kvncton Shows. I have no hesitation in saying that iboy wore all ! neatly and carefully shod, and it was the talk of th...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1914. Local and General. Mr Jas. Comerford. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 April 1914

ill* pMambielime? FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1914. Local and General. Mr Jas. Comerford. Tbo many friouds of tho proprietor of tho " Times " will be sorry to hear that ho is still an inmate of Mrs. Nichol's private hospital at St. Kildnv. Lost week Mr. Comorford wrote stating that ho expected to bo homo . in a few days^but complications aroso in rogard to tho thumb, and he has been de tained for a whilo longer. . Ho is under tho cap of Drs. Symo and Murphy, two of MqI. bourno's leading surgeonsj and is doing as yrell as can be orpocted. Mr. Comerford's absenco from Nagnmbic has caused a pumbor of anxious inquiries to bo inado coRcorning him. Wo can quite understand (his, aa Mr. Comorford is such a well-known figure locally, and interests himself in everything that teuds to tho betterment of the town and district to such au extent that his< abeenco is keenly felt, and more cs« pocially *at tho present time, when tho Bohemians aro with us. However, wo can asguro Mr. Comorford'a numo...

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TEACHING MAORIS AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 April 1914

TEACHING MAURIS AGi.ICJL TUIIE. There has been established at Mr [nanui, ir> New Zealand, an Agricul tural College for Maori boys, which I consists of some two hundred acres | of iirst-cluss land, about seventy of I which are already under cultivation. ; Practical as well as theoretical : training is given, and diiryin* is to be ft prominent feature of the insti tution, at which the boys live, and which is under the principalshlp of a clergyman of some considerable ex perience in practical agriculture. Adult Maori settlers, it is interest ing to note, are realising the possibi lities of prosperity, in dairying. The majority of those who take it up seriously use milking machines. The Belgians are the greatest po tato-eaters in the world, and the Irish come second.

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The Bohemians. ON THEIR ANNUAL OUTING. HEARTY WELCOME EXTENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 April 1914

The Bohemians. ON THKItt ANNUAL OUTING. HEABTY WELCOME EXTENDED. | Last evening tho members of the Fitzroy I Bohemian Club arrived in Nagambio for j the purpose of spetidtng thoir annual [ holiday outing. The Bohemians visited Nagambic last Easter, and, although they do not often visit the same place twice, an exception has boon mado to the rule on this occasion. On behalf of the rosidonta of tho district wo extend a hearty wolcomc to Mr D. Roddan and tho members of the Bohemian club, and trust their outing will be a thoroughly enjoyable one, and that they will return to Melbourne well satisfied with tho hospitality shown them, and with the determination fixed in their minds to mako another excoption and coino baok again next year. Tho Bohemians are a baud of amateurs, who visit tho country every Easter week, playing cricket and giving first-class con certs iu aid of any doserving institution. Thoy do not tako one penny from tho pro ceeds, and their sole reason of coming out is to e...

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THE "OPEN SHIRT." [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 April 1914

THE "OPEN SHIRT." Australia's Hi-jh Commissioner, ir bidding th? Commonwealth "go -• bye" at Kmmi»tU\ touched i»: weak spot in our industrial lif<- w.\i his customary keenness and surety. "I cannot help thinking," h?sud, "that wd have been int'hn.Ml to at tend to the things on tlns roof of our greatness, rather than the founda tions. We want to s^e our new st*t tlers go into the country. At present the tendency Is to crowd into Uie 1 towns. It Is only because llr. fashion is towards high collars and olbcv. F would like to see the fashion tc.id towards the open shirt." This, in a tew words, sums up Mi? question of land settlement all over the world. In a vast and rich coun try like Australia, it is str;in<;n that the majority seek a crowd, d city life; hired by the mov.m.r.' and whi ter, nnd attracted by the gcnt.rl jobs which town ofliccs offer. Our recent system of education Ins much to answer for this. The hoy's energies nnd ambitions In\e been forced and fos...

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Country Roads Board. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 April 1914

Country Roads Board. Mr. W. Culder, M.Iu. C.E., audi Mr W. F. Frickie, members of the Country Roads Board, visited Na-' gambie 011 Wednesday, and were ! met by the whole of the couucillors ■. of the Shire of Goulburn. , Mr Cqlder explained tpe vyoriiug 1 of the poultry Roads Board Acts, and Mr Frickie the financial points. The Board, which expressed its earnest xleslre to work lu harmony with the councils in all matters, in spects roads in Shires; proclaims certain ones: main roads, and directs that certain sums be spent in con struction. The Board pays the total cost at the rate of 3 per cent per annum. For example: Supposing the Board spent £2000 on yicker's road, (he CQUpoil would have to'pay £(iQ peryear*. which is 6 per cent ou £1000, to the Board for 31 years. In other words, tne Board manes the Council a present of aElOOO, and ' the other £1000 it lends to. the Couu cil at 3 per cent interest, which is very cheap money. The Board pays half the cost of maintenance. After expla...

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THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 April 1914

THE DiVEI.OPMEU Or TliF. NORTHERN TERRITORY. I The Koyal Cornmis\«i;>n which •••;■ j appointed to inquire in o the i.u :* ti.vi nf railways and :•-< in ^ t i Northern Territory, In.- pn p r.il .wo ■comprehensive stite.ucn s winch I should prove invaluable to thos* i*ti j gaged in formulating a settlem-nr. j policy. Unfortunately the Commiu • nioners were limited for time, a*i-l i so wore obliged to forego an ins.vi: ' tion of the Harklv TaM:l:>nds and i the Victoria Mver t'ountry-the t >:t: j tracts which show the grrat:rt I tracts which show (he greatest i amount of development. and wh?re I the pastoral industry is mo;t exten sively pursued. This bein£ so, the C'cmmipsioners do n:-tf;el jin ifl -I in expressing an opinion on the agri cultural future of the Territory, c n nfdsrod in relationship to rail" ny policy in the coast-il division. So far as possible products are concerned, the report leaves nothing to be desired. Most, if not at* the tiopical products tn...

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

Yes, f^ylands Only. The s.s. Nerehana Has Arrived at Melbourne Wharf, bringing Eleven Oases and Bales of Drapery FROM Rylands & Sons, London, -FOR R, E. GADD, And it is by far the BEST BOUGHT Merchandise in tlio Lake City. NAGAMBIE STORES. These Packages Are now being opened out, and the goods will bo marked in PLAIN FIGURES, so that purchtsers run no risk of deception in the slightest degree. The above-mentioned shipment is undeniably the best all-round value in the world's market to-dav. 1 ' # 2 D * THE BEEHIVE " Autumn and "Winter Display ® Up-to-date Millinery, I Coats, Sport Coats, Coatumes, Etc., Etc., ... Dress &cods... New Novelties in the Latest Textures and Shades, Velours, Brocades, Donegals, Etc., Etc. FIRST SHOW DAT, Thursday Next, April 2. Your Inspection Cordially Invited. New Seasonable Novelties in all Departments. Tor Variety and value call - - At, - - D. BROWN'S » fCowan&Co I Charming Display Autumn^and Wii iterJTrimuied Millinory ■ ON Thur...

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

TABILK HOTEL, I Comer STATION & HTOH-Slrccls, NHGHMBIE. .1. M'EKTOMBl (Late of Kyabrani. BEGS to Notify the I'ublic of Nfngnmliic and district that lie lias taken over the above Hotel from Mr .J. Harry and trusts by strict attention to business to '.licrit a fair share of patronage. Good Accommodation Good StaijMng Moderate Tkrms Attentive Gkoo.m Best Brands ol Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. L. MASON (Late Mr A Lever) Wishes to announce to the residents of Nagambie and District that lie lias taken over tho business of the abovo well known Hotel, and intends to cater for patrons by supplying the best in overything. Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Groom. &A' Victoria Ale MARKET.HI The Valley Hotel, MRcnmfiiE. 'uNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. Pits. G. Pianeiii. (LATE OK WAHBING) TTAVING taken possession of (he Xl above Hotel, informs her friends and . the public geheralty that every endeavor - will be made to make them comfortable _ when they pay a call. «...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 April 1914

Ilentli. iMOItKISSY.-On tlio 3ril April, at liU rosidenco, Wuhring, John Patrick, ■ bolovod husband of thu Into Miiry Morrissy, ftgcd 81 years. Nutivo of Tippornry. it.I.P.

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

VJ\ JOHN'S LADIKH OUILI). ORANI) Floral Festival. At tho Mochnnioa' Hull, Nugumbm. Wednesday and Thursday, April 29 & 30. See Schedules for Prizo List. JAS. H LBSTEK, Hon Sco Nagambie Golf Club. rpHK OPKNIN<« of tho Nnjjambio Clolf 1 Club will tnko plnco on WKPNKS DAY NKXT, April l">ilt. Kiionds cor dially invitod I*. FOSDIUIv, lion .So< IVotieo 'IMIK Slornkcopors of Nnpninbio will I cIopo lliolrostnljlialunont-a on Wodni's. dny nftornoon noxt, loth insl., tho occasion being tho oponinp of tho Nngnmbio (lolf iiintfs. F. FOSDICK, Hon. .vec Tennis Club Socials. 'PIIE FIRST of tho Sorios of Socials 1 will bo hold ftt t.ho Mcchnnics' liftll onKASTEK MONDAY, April 13th. (louts, t . Season Ticket, .€1 u .IA3.il I,KSTKU 1 Joint L. JIol'HKK j }fe«.

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POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 April 1914

POSTAL INFORMATION. fb) Magazines, reviews, semis, and other similar publics' lions (including newspaper* ^ printed and published out* tide Australia in numbers at intervals not exceeding three months—Per 4 ox. or part of 4 oz 0 0| For deiiverv in New Zealand and the islands annexed thereto (as enumerated under "Letters"), Fiji, New Hebrides, or Solomon Islands (British Protectorate)— For tho first 80s. 0 I For each additional 4oz. or part thereof 0 0J For delivery in other places out aide the Commonwealth—Per Sos. or part of 2oz 0 1 NEWSPAPERS. Newspapers, other than thosa posted by registered newspaper proprietors, or news- vendors, or returned by% ac agent or news-vendor to the publish ing office.— ' Posted within the Commonwealth far delivery therein -And for transmission to Fiji, New Zea land, sad tiie islands annexed thereto (as enumerated under "Letters")! Papua for«ach newspaper — Every lOos. or fraction thereof 0 0| To the United Kingdom.— Each Newspaper.— Not exceeding 8oz...

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

Annual Meeting'. Monday, April 27, 1914. OFFICERS: President, Mr J. Furlong. •'Vice-Presidents, Messrs D. Ahem, T. Ryan, P, Morgan and E. M'Donald. Judge, Mr T. Ryan. Starter, Mr J. J. O'Divver. Clerk of Scales, Mr F. Hill. Clerk of Course, Mr T. Donovan. Handicapper, Mr W. Hilt. Treasurer, Mr H. M. llaudfield. Stewards: Messrs 1\ Morgan, T. Derum, J. J. O'Dwver, J. Furlong, J. Comer ford, K. Mahonoy, A. I. Baud, T. Ryan, E. M'Donald, and T. Clarke. PROGRAMME OF EVENTS. Hurdle Race, £20. Two miles. Haudicap. Nom 10s, acc 10s. Second horse to re ceive £2 from stake. Maiden Plate, £10. Five furlongs. Weight for age. For horses that have never won aD advertised race. NAGAMBIE CUP, £50. About one mile. Nom £1, acc £1. Second horse to receive £5 l rum stake. Handicap. Handicap Trot, Trophy, £5 5s Saddle (the gift of Mr E. M'Donald). Two miles. Horses to be owned by residents within a radins of 7 miles of Na gambie P.O., and to be the property of nominator since 1st February, 1914. Trial ...

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

[ADVEUTISEMENT.] BALANCE-SHEET FOR SEASON 1913. Receipts. To Registration Fees of Associa tion Jgi 4 0 ,, Gate Money 16 10 G ,, Donation (J. Gordon, M.L.A.) IOC ,, Salo of Rulo Books ... ... 0 1 6 ,, Rccoipts from Smoke Social... 8 1 C £29 18 0 EXPENDITURE. ,, Donation to Premier Team, Bailieston (trophies) G 1 ,, Hire of Hull (Smoke Social)... 1 10 ,, Smoke Social Expanses (Cater ing, Printing, Breakage, cto.) 13 6 ,, Colonial Bank Charges and Chctjuo Book 0 7 ,| Stationery, Stamps, etc, ... 0 13 8 ,, Gomerford aud Koimelly ... 3 2 f ,, Exchange 0 0 I ,, Cr. Balanoo 0 0 1 £39 18 I Audited and found corrcct. (Signed) J. O'DONOOHUE. P. a. Riviere. G. W. orpwood, Hon. Soo.

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Junior Football Association [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 April 1914

Junior Football'Association Tho Firct Annual Ucport nnd Balimro* sheet tu be presented at tho lirst annual mooting of the N.O.J.F.A., to bo held at Cohen's Koynl Mail Hotel, on Saturday evening, April 18th, 101-1. Fir. t Annual Report and Balance Sheet, In presenting the First Annual Report tho ofllcials of tho Association ami delogatos of the various clubs wish to congratulate mem bers on the successful sonyon just paused. The Clubs. Four Junior District Clubs, viz., Bailies* ton, MitchelUown, Wnhringand Nngambie Juniors availed themselves of the oppor tunity of joining thy Association. A roster of matches were arranged which resulted in bringing into 'prominence a number of youths of the district. Tim l'lemiers, The Bailicston football club, under tho able leadership of Mr A. Bort Smith, and the guidance of their worthy president, Mr Chas. Parfrey, sen., went through the season without defeat, thus naming tho first pre miership of iho Association. Tho runners up, Mitehelltown, als...

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

Gregory's WASHING STORES. All Plowing' Requisites 011 Hand. Plow Shares, all brands. Plow Reins. Rope. Plow Chains Bluestone, Etc. SUITS to Measure. Come and Inspect our Now Puttern Books. All the Latest Styles Sliown. Suits to Measure from 35 s. "Wahrixig Stores. Ladies' Tailoring. A. M. ORPWOOD Wishes to announce that lio has made arrangements with One of the Leading Specialist Cutters, Late in the employ of T. Lloyd & {Co., Oxford Street; W. Whiteley, London W.; Bailor & Co., Now York ; Fox & Co., New York, To Execute Costumes, Opera Coats, Skirts, Motor Coats, &c., in the yery latest designs and styles. +M+ Call in and Inspect Samples of tiie Work Costumes dosigned to oustomers own styles if desired i Latest Patterns for tho coming soason now showing. 1 MM A. ORPWOOD High Class Tailok, ; High Street, Nagambie.

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Presbytery Retreat. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 April 1914

Presbytery Retreat. [Contributed.] The closing meeting on Thursday evening was well attended. The chairman was Rov. F. C. Vickorman, and Revs. J. Raff, A. Moodio, W. Cox, and R. G. Foystor lod in prayer. A collection was taken up to meet tho expenses of management of Retreat, and was well responded to. Tho choir rendered an anthem, and Rov. F. Paton, M.A..B.D., gave the following address on "Tho Out look," THE OUTLOOK. Rov. F. Paton, M.A., B.D. Hard for Jesns to shino thro' us and ubo us. When wo think of our own lifo wo know that and othors about us whose hearts, passions, aud tomptations aro like ours. Tho task it sets before tho Church in Na gambio is to win every man, woman and child here. Tho task is not comploto till evoryono hero knows tho great power that God is waiting to bestow on tbom. In Aus tralia God's task (or tho Church is to win evoryono in Qvfcry town. God's lovo is not bounded by the coast of Australia, but reaches to overy human soul, aud can ouly bo satis fied w...

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Mr. JAMES KINLOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 April 1914

Mr. JAMES KINLOCH. We regret to .chronicle the death of one of the early pioneers of the district, in the person of Mr James Kinloch, which occurred on Friday morning last, at his residence, Na gambie, at the advanced age of 81 i years. A few weeks ago Mr Kinloch proceeded to Melbourne for {he purpose of spending a holiday, a,ud \yhijst tprecontracted ^ severe cold. Being of a hale and hearty disposi tion he at flrst made light of it, but since returning to his home a fort night ago, he gradually got worse, and despite the unremitting attention of Dr Davies and others, he sank and died peacefully on "Friday morning. The late Mr Kinloch was born in 1832 at Peter Head, Scotland, his youth being spent on the sea. In ! 1853 he emigrated to Australia, and J was therefore a colonist of 61 ye^rs. I The diggings were . jq full swing \yfceq deceased arrived in , this ! country, and like many others, he I joined the rush to the goldfields, | working at many of these for a time, and finishing ...

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Death Roll. Mr. J. P. MORRISSY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 April 1914

Death Roll. Mr. J. P. MORRISSY. One of the most popular and well-: known identities in the district i breathed his last at his home, Wall-1 ring, on Friday morning, 3rd inst, 1 in the person of Mr J. P. Morrissy. j Deceased, who had always enjoyed i good health, and had a robust con stitution, was taken ill about a fort : night ago, and IJr-Davies, who was " ill constant attendance, found it a 1 case of general break - up of the system, due to advanced age. The services of a trained nurse were ob tained and everything possible done by his family to prolong the life that was ebbing, but despite the most earnest efforts he grew worse, pass ing away gently at the ripe old age of 81 years. The late Mr Morrissy was born in Tipperary, Ireland, from whence he emigrated to Australia with liis father in 1841, being, therefore a colonist of 73 years, and proceeding to Sydney was educated at St Mary's Seminary, being a schoolmate of the late W. B. Dalley. He returned to Victoria some years lat...

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