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

CECURE au Klectrio Iron on the latest and rnoBt up-to-date lines. Once UBed, no other Iron entertained. Makes v^irk in the Laundry a pleasure, instood of a burden. Q. ASHLEY.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Snapshots. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 April 1914

Snapshots. The Nagumbio Band intends holding a scries of sooials during the winter months. Look inside the supplement of to-day's paper for the Bohemian's programme to be given at then* tirst conccrt to-morrow night, in tho Mechanics' Hall. Pleasant rccollcctions will he held of last year's contort — and Will Hughes. Hilt como along to-mnrrow night, when another up-to-date programme will lie gone through by tho Honemian Company. 'I'he first part will comprise .-.onqs by the company, and will conclude with tho screaming finale " Is Marriage a Failure."' In tho second 'part " Morton the Great," Australia's premier magician, will bo seen in his marvellous entertainment of music, mirth and mystery. Will Cole, the " kwaint komi^m": Fred Fontaine, the popular baritone ; Mr. Geo. Cantor, violin soloist; Mr Hen Stevens, the silvery tenor; Mr Claude Gardiner, the celebrated songster, will also be on hand. And last, but most important ol nil, our old friend will Hughes, comedy juggler and bal...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXPERT-EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

EXPEHraVJDBHCB. ■ I lINpw, Harold,!! the I'M thtre w«r« el«v*) nh»ejr <■•' Pelil, undi iU> Jiunped'the'f pimiy >»<ouW be la(t ?" ''^pBe," r«plM Harold, . "W&yi Ut*re wnuld," s«M aM> "Ho, ui'ua, Uun wouldn't/ *W HweM. i'Vau my •HtlMMUc. hat m *»'♦ *k*ep."

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONSTANTINOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

CONSTANTINOPLE. Constantinople bus liecn besieged nftener thnn nny other city in the world. Since Its foundation liy Constnnline the Urent In A.l>. :no, It has been threatened by I'orsinns, Arabs, Russians, Hungnrinns, (!(>r. mans, Greeks, Austriuns, Turks, nnd Kugllsli, only capitulating (our limos in tlio course of its history. Vho lust time it surrendered was tn thp Turks under Mohammed In l-lfi.'t, •Since tlicn the city lias made very little civic progress. The streels for the mosl part uro narrow niuj tortuous, nnd Hie shops extremely primitive, ln-lng little mure tlmn re cesses in the walls of the houses. The Turkish cafes, too, though they uro pulucefl of luxury in fiction, are bare, whitewashed rooms lighted hy swinging lnni|is and surrounded with straw-covered divans, wliero, side l.y side the beggar nnd the man ol wealth sit and smoke. The old walls of Cnnstuutlnoplf still stolid and hear the marks (A the work of many hainia, and rop. recent ninny different epochs, A...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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The Truth About England. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

The Truth About England. Tlk'vo Is n Inrge missionary Mhool m Trtkici where Ihe teaching is nm?n in Ir'ntflfsh. Oiw of (he pupil?; fi,.( Ioiik ago wrote a composition on KunUiud, from which these arc ex* .rai-ts '•The ISnnluud which occupied of the lnix™t »"d Boniest dominion which rarely can he. The* ilslumm always works with v»»ry powerful hands aad th,' lonff Ions, and oven tin* ciani'ncrd mind and his :hln Is so strong as <li-si«r\i*s iron. IIi'Iuk spread out from Kuropo {,, Australia to Am'.J ir.i his dominion Is dreadfully extensive, so thai his .'oiinlr.vmen boastfully say;;. ' T:a» ion.' The testimony oi lvi^laiiil *«y thai ' he that 1-si the rota—km «joiisi\ he never hail any honeM, though he has joined a compile world.' The Knglish am cn-nin^ mention to establish a weal la.^ pile of the I'nradUe. As the Kug. lishmpn always confide Ihe object of the puro and the order to bo holy, and they reproach him if any of them tiro killed to denth with ihu contontion of oth...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

$hr ^NpiiiHcf'iiiies FRIDAY, Al'ML 17, J914. " Local and General. SL'CCHSH.—Muster Jack Donovan, son Mr T. Donovan, of (1,is low,,, ? attending Stott's College, Melbourne I,,! been further i„ |«.»9i„g iilninations nl the National Shorn.™,1 Writers anil lliu Incorporated I'ii.lJ Society, both or England. Wo eon,Tit, late Master Donovan 011 his success. WHKAT llAHVI'.ST. — The Oover,„„r„, Statist lillit compile,! Ilis ,1,111,ml return tlio wheal harvest for the year l!l!;t.i. This shows that tho total viel.l (or f(,.! was ,TJ,Mil,'2 If, bushels, ,1s commrcA'lu 'ill.'Jia, 101 bushels in l'JI-2-ia. A very si,h stantial increase, 1,0 doubt, hut tlieu it must be homo in iiiiuil tlmt the uuiler crop mis also much greater, b,i,,'„ a,7BO,l'21 acres as against 1!, 171,580 „c ® in 191!M8. Tho average yield was lajj bushels as compared with l'j.os jor previous harvest. Throughout Ilodnov thn average yield was 1-1.76, being a slight i„ ereaso oven tho previous year, when it 1,, 11.00. Ill Uodnoy...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

Notice to Farmers HAVING efected an up.to.date Weigh., bridge, I am now prepared to do alii kinds of weighing at reasonable rates. I am also prepared to bay Wheat in any quantity, and pay cash for same as soon as it is put over Weighbridge, as I have been appointed Local fiepresentative for J. Darling & Sone, the well-known Wheat Buyers and Cora-sack Merchants, and can qaote Corn-sacks for next Harvest at lowest rates. Also Agent for Dixon Bros., Chaff and Produce Merchants, and the Boyal Insurance Company. L. CAELLI, Produce Merchant and Sawmillei Railway Station, Nagambie. Phone No. 2. £1000 PELZES £1000 MELBOURNE EIBHT HOURS ART UNION. Acknowledged to be one of the moat genu, ine of all the Art Unions ever held 58th Year 58th Year. As Popular as Ever T3u Ghmt Svrat of th» Tut 58th Anniversary Bight Hours Day GBAND FETE, BAZAAR AND ART UNION. In aid of the Charities (Town & ConntryJ Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne, lCoaa*y, 27tb April. Eight Hours Day. Puoiic 6 Ban...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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The Turf. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

t l'ho Turf. - Affairs in connection with tbo anuuil mooting of tha Nagambio Turf Club are progressing nicoly. Mr J, Furlong, fcho president, report* liuving mot with groat Hucccaa in the salo ol members' tiokota. Alter tho rocont raiua tho oourso should .bo in good order, and if another good showor 'or two comes down boforo raco day it will put tbo finishing touch on. t Horso-ownore aro rominded'tbat nomiua* tionscloijo with tho seoretary on 21st April i^vonel raco day}. * 1 . • . i.. . 4-1S°ilcra^ inooting pf nil intorostcd in t|ic" lpcal Turl ojub Vilf fio bbltt'uflla'ss'll'j PritoriQH Ho^il o|) Thppi^y pypuing iioxt, Busiuona gouoral, ' ° ■ At tho Avonol raobs ou Ulat April Us ft w doing. A cup raco, worth *8 down ou tho progrnmmo, and thia» together with other good racos, should maka ft bumper mooting. Tho entries bavo filled well.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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"DECAYING ENGLISH" [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

"DECAYING ENGLISH/' Speaking at a Gaelic League meet ing at Fermoy, Lord Ashbourne said that continually speaking English de formed the month. He described Eng lishmen as having thin, prominent lips, long front teeth, and the gene ral appearance erf a measly rabbit. The German language was strong and vigorous, tk« English language in a state of weakness, rottenness, and decay. Jofem Bull's future, to use. a bull, was behind him. He was in sular, and nothing would bring him toto tooch witfe the outcidt world.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES. SILVER

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AN ABLE CRITIC. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

AN ABLE CRITIC. In obtaining the advice, criticism, and impression o( so able an officer as General Sir Inn Hamilton, tho Australian Military Forces and the Federal Government are particularly fortunate. Indeed, Australia's star lias been in the ascendant from the first, bo far as advisers have been concerned; for in Lord Kitchener, as land defence organiser, and Sir Regi nald Henderson as naval organiser, wo have had the benefit of two of the most expert and competent opi nions in Great Kritain. Now Australia is anx'otm to know whether or not the vj.st rum annual ly spent on her land ar.d s:a de fences is being wisely ani effectively expended. Temperamentally, General Hamilton Is peculiarly adapted to the rome what difficult tnsk expectc.l o'. him. His faculty for close observation, his wide experience, and Ms ready sym pathy, and hie fearless yet kindly criticism, all make him the ideal cri tic, mentor and friend. Though eminently a soldier, Gene ral Hamilton possesses a charm of ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

Death of Mr ,Jas. Comerford. • It lias to be recorded with sorrow that tlie proprietor of tliis journal is (lead. Mr James Joseph Comer ford, who owned and conducted the TijiKS for the past six yenr.«,' mid whose illness was recorded iti' previous issues, died early on Inst Good Friday morning, nis death came from nn accident which resulted in whnt at first ap peared a painful, but not necessarily serious injury. Iti the first few days after the accident nothing was further from tlie thoughts of those who knew the circumstances or of the many inquiring friends that so simply caused an injury should re sult ill death. The accident oc curred on 23rd March, when Mr Cotuerford was cycling along High street to Mr W. A Gordon's phar macy. He had just reached tiie culvert at the entrance to the Cri terion Hotel when some person on the footpath attracted his attention, and turning suddenly the bicycle twisted and Mr Cotuerford fell, and in falling fractured and burst his thumb. He bad the i...

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Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

Wail Arrangements. Mails despatched for Melbourne rjose at 8.5 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. daily. . T.P.O.—i7i,lown) 935 a,m.|daify. >. <7 (up) 6.30 p.m. . Seymour 8.15 a.tn. and 6.30 p.m . Murohison at 9.33 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Goulburti Weir at 10.40 a.m. on Monday Wednesday and Friday, also Bailieston South. Anjiustown at 10.40 d.m. on Monday Wednesday, and Friday, also Wirate. Greytoun, Wit rate and Wattle* vale, 10.40 a.m. Tuesday, Thursday aed Saturdiv.

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Nagambie Golf Club. OPENING THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

Nagambie Golf Club. I OPENING THE SEASON. A large number of members and visitors assembled on the links of the Nagambie Golf Club on Wednesday afternoon for the opening of the season. Visitors were present from Metropolitan, Tallarook, Seymour and Wahriug clubs, aud a most enjoyable afternoon was spent in pleasant weather. A mixed four some for trophies provided by the club was played for. The links were in perfect order, having received special attention. The course is nicely grassed with a coating of young, green grass, and came in for high praise from the visitors. Some excellent cards were handed in, the winners turning up iu Miss Dodsuu and the veteran Mr Jno. Porter, \yith the splendid score of 52 gross! \yhich is a record for a competition in a mixed foursome on the links, j^fternoon tea, presjded oyer by itesdames Hill and Hasker and Misses Brensing and Bazeley, was served to the players and a large number of visitors, and was much appreciated. The visitors were wel comed by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

WRITES THIS LETTER TO Married or Single Women TO. ALWAYS USE WHEN OUT OF SORTS OR NERVOUS CLEMENTS TONIC More than toy other tiiia docuacnt proves the value of tlua (rest family medicine. "SwunUbWallatM. SjL, 19/lltt. "Having seen In ona of your, book* the names of tboM benefited by CIENENTI TONIC. I add my testimony, (Ming none Ilk* It anywhere. "It mltfit benefit ethers, a* it did me, when rearing my family. By its um I had tbt brightest, healthiest children, a boy 17, and three (Iris 15, 13 and 10 years. Nettlw knows what earache, tooth* ache, or headache if. "I attribute it to nothinf but the useolCLENENTS TONIC, < as I am not vory strong. I would use it when run dow* or out of sorts, and then would enjoy the best of health. " Hit young married wonea shall use.it, as it is such a > grand nerve aad «iumI« ' strengthens. I WlMt Mrs. E. STEER." ' In CBjicii of Poor Blood WfistiiiK \Ve*k Debility, I.os* of K#»l. Poor Ap p :i'.r UlllousitrM, Sick Hcatloche,I,owr ) u. In...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

Yes, ftylands Only. (^^(^5)o(g-5)ci$-?)o The s.s. Nereliana Has Arrived nt llelbouruo Wlmrf, bringing Eleven Oases and Bales ofl Draper j FROM— Kylands & Sons, London, -FOH R, E. GADD, And it is by far the BEST BOUGHT Merchandise in tho Lake City. NAGAMBIE STORES. These Packages ' Are now being opened ont, and tho goods will bo urnrkod in PLAIN FIGURES, so that purchasers run no risk o£ deception in the slightest degree. The above-mentioned shipment is undeniably tho best all-round value in the world's market to-day. r ¥ THE BEEHIYE ■ Jj Autumn and Winter Display it - | Up-to-date Millinery, $j .U Conts, Sport Coats, Costumes, Etc., Etc., JJ' I... Dress Goods.. ,trJ U New Novelties in the Latest Textures and Shades, ; 1 j (f . Velours, Brocades, Donegals, Etc., Etc. FT | FIRST SHOW DAY, s Y Thursday Next, April 2. T) Your Insppction Cordially Invited. Now Seasonable Novelties in alt Departments. For Variety and value call --At" " " ^ 1). BROWN'S ... mam Store®. I) f . BB : |...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

TABILR HOTEL, Corner STATION & HIOH-Sireds, NHGKMBIE. 5. (lyite of Kynbr.mi. BEGS to Nolily the Public of N'agambic and district tliat lie lias taken over the above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and trusts by strict attention to business to merit a fair ohare of patronage. , v Good Accommodation .Good Stabling Moderate Terms A'ttentivk Groom ; • Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. TRY A GLASS 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 abnvo well known Hotel, and intends tn cater for patrons by supplying the best in overything. Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Groom. Victoria Ale BEST IN THI MARKET. The Valley Hotel, ' NHGRCQBIE. UNDER. NEW MANAGEMENT. juts. c. Planum (LATE OF WAHttING*) * ', • ■ I |"TAVING. taken possession -.of the .XX abovo Hotel, informs her friends and ihe public generally thai every endoavr will he made to make them comfortable whon th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

Uvnlli. ;OMKI!I'Oni> -Oil (1,0 IWI. April prlviito hospital, St. Kihln, j ' "J liihvnril, lured husbnnd of Klin,!,,.11' CWrfonl. of High Street, N^a',', ' ntftnl 09 yi'nra. " ,L'

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

Church Services CHURCH OK UNGLAND. I Uvctoi-; Ituv. G, \V. Ciirldr, H.b., Tli.L. 11 Rervico. K 11 i'KE^iiVfE^IAN. ■ Al il a.nl. and f pinl I'ronilimy Hoi, J a &if)|er ahjMhW1 • • "O'-tfr JWbtty I'.vuiiiiuj at V-ftfr • KOJUN CAI'IIOLIC Muitiir.g ,il 11—Kcv. Father Kuvatugli

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THE TRANS-CONTINETTAL NORTH TO SOU H LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

THE TRANS-CO NTINE'ITAI NORTH TO SOU H LlfH. That bugbear of'Aiistr.i.i.'-i r-J- > travelling. 11,0 V. •" .In apparently to bo aeMtP. ' ,1 n jj,. t^ucpnelnnrt U.w.r- c<.. •- _ | til line scheme. The popul t ■-1 nation S« «* to ; version of u narrow to a «•>• >" - , as a comparatively Mmi'0 h Unfortunately this in not 1 • ' 1 I „ project requires the s. : (sleepers throughout . tance, while brides ""*«« to S 1 mancut ways won » wouM , c > rebuilt. In .om« "C<. ^ ntw j necessary to choos ' route to obviate cngmee.in., • ( HT«o important railway «h,»» «™j „ovv occupying the atton u. ( \o,s'al ,'nk'nKtoP RivC connection between ; lines to Ki« northern =r-J«5r irjl portB, nm» v»v . rv th» rich far western couiW. . itvrpomindrth m the | nnectionR v,>" south- j ^'"extensions with the three main j ^Incidentally this north to eolith j Queensland proposition lv benefit the eastern States, as i permits of an ! lorderVrior to undenakingthe Lore ambitious tas...

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