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Rallway Time-table. Passenger trains depart from the local railway station, daily, as follow [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

Hallway Tlmfe-table. I Passenger traius depart from the local railway station, daily, as fol low . A.M P.M Op Traiu, Melbounc 8.39 7-30 Sown Train, Cobrata 9.55 $.5? 1

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

"LAXETTES" Vperioul Chocolate Squares. Safe -Effective -Delicious. Wise mothers will lis :u\l nauseous castor oil. All chemists ami storekeepers, 1/- and 2/6;, Roweii St Co., Swanston-st., Melbourne. Send for free sawl*. ♦%AX'ETTES" Aperient Chocolate Squares. Effcetivc uk castor oil. Pleasant as a ctiocolatc crcam. '• All chemists anil btojckccprr?, 1/- and 2/G; or Bowcn & To., hwans!on St., Mel* bqunjy. Scud for free ^umtle. Gregory's "WASHING- STORES. All Plowing- Requisites oil Hand. Plow Shares, all brands. Plow Reins. Rope. Plow Cliains Bluestone, Etc. SUITS to Measure. Come and Inspect our New Pattern Books. All the Latest Styles Shown. Suits to Measure from 35s. Wahring Stores. The Approach of the Cold Weather. C1ECURE an Electric Iron on'tho latest and most up-to-date linos. Once used, no other Iron entertained. Makes work in the Laundry a pleasure, instead of a burden. Also, an Electric Hot Watii Kettle. A great saving both in heat and fuel. Electric Fans to keep y...

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

Snapshots. Tbo postponed monthly meeting of the iGoulburn Shire Council will bo hold on Monday next. ! Tho Easier holidays passed off somewhat quietly. Playing against Mwrclrison on Monday tho Bohemians mi\do 1JH for six wickets, whilst Murcluson scorod 1-iO for six wiokets, Ifr. "W, Robinsou, nephow of Mr Gus Robiuaon, of Nagambio, has covorod him self with glory by wiuniug tho Stawoll Easter Gift. Robinson, who is 23 years of ago and hails from Maldon, started oft' 12 yards and won what is dosoribed as n mngniiiecnt raco by half a yard. During tho Easter holidays a party of bowlers representing Nagambio, and com prising Messrs S. Park (c), L. CaoUi, D. Willis, mid F. C. Osborne, visited Mel bourne to competo in tho Singles aud Country Rinks Championship. Tho bowlors had a great trip, but were not successful in scouring oithcr of tho Championships. In tbo Singles Caclli went out in tho first round, Willis and Osborno in tho sccond, and Park in tiro-third. | In tbo Country Rinks Nag...

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

liejir! Si®. annual Meeting'. Monday. (Vpri[_27, ,9'A OFFICERS: VK3idcnt,Mr.1. Furlong. vlk'ltsw»s^ Judge. Mr '!'• Ry^". Starter, Mr J. J- ^ Dvvjer. Clerk ot Sc.Uos, Mr F. Hill. Clerk o! Courso, Mr 'I'- l1"™™11 Handicap^", Mr W" Treasurer, Mr 11. M. Handticld. programme of events. Hurdle Race, £20. Two miles. Handicap. Nom 10s. acc 10s. Second horse to re ceive £2 from stake. Maiden Plate. S.I0. Five furlongs. Weight for. age. For horses that have never won. an advertised race. NAGAMBIE CUP, £50. About one uiile. Nom £1, acc £1. Second horse to receive is from 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 radios of 7 miles ot Na gambie P.O., aud to be the property of nominator smce 1st February, 1914. Trial Stakes, £10. Six furlougs. Handicap. For all horses that have not received 10 sovs or over for any one race on the flat. Nom 5s, acc 5s Wahring Handicap, £15. Seven furlongs. Minimutr ■weight...

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS : [Whero tlio terui "Th* Connfion 'wealfch" u used in connection with tJieso rat«s and regulations it includes Pnpua, lord Howo island, and Norfolk Island.J LETTERS. For every J ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in the British Em pire 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides, llauks, and Torres Islands .. 0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 2J LETTER CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, Id. each; replv, Id. each half. For delivery Uv the UritisU Empire (ace list of places under "Letters ')—Si»* gle. Id. eneh. For delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands—Single, 2d. each. For delivery iu other places— Single, 2id. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with the Id. stamp, and Reply or double cards, each half of which Iuib the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may be transmitted to places within tho Commonwealth, and tr those places, enumerated under :*ters," to which letters may b...

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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

TIIE COXCEItT. On Saturday evening tho" opening concert of fclio tour was held in the Mechanics' HaJl, when a grand minstrel and vaudovillo ontcr tainmentwas given by tho Bohemian Concert Company. As was the case last ye^r tho hall proved altogether inadequate to'qccom modate the huge crowd that clamored for admission, the sum of £30 being taken at the doors. The programme provided ^as a lengthy one, t\nd tho curtain wa-j not dropped until close'oil 11.30. Without going into any elaborate detail or criticism wo feel assured that the audience will join with us in complimenting the Bohemians on the excellent programme thoy providod. Each artist fully justified his bow beforo tho footlights, and thoro was an abundanco of varioty, tho whole evening boing frco from any vulgarity. Encores wore frequent and vociferous, but the flight of time, together with the magnitudo of tho programme, rendered it impossiblo to respond to tho numerous recalls. Tho programme opened with a minstrel circle,...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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The Bohemians. SECOND) VISIT TO NAGAMBIE AND DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

The Bohemians. | SSKCONI) VISIT TO NACIAM1HK ANI>1 a DISTRICT. ft ^ On Thursday ovoning, IHh inst, Ihop 0members of tho Fitzroy Eohcmiau Clultij Zarrived in Nagambie to spend their annual ■ ■outing. A largo number of townspeople 3 Kassemblcd at tho railway Nation to meeUho* Svisitors, which tostifio<l to tho popularity | gthoy enjoy as a result of their visit Iu<»ti F.aslor season. The Nagambio Hand way? also present and played sumo inspiriting^ music, which added greatly to tho enthu-fi siasm of tho occasion. After tho Bohemians® had been duly welcomed and directed toft thoir different hotels they assembled at tho? Nagambio Hotel, at the invitation n[ Mrs K. McDonald, president of the NitgamhioS Crickot Club, where a pleas ml hour wusl spent, Mr N. W. Kill presided, atid ex.jj tended a cordial welcome to the Bohemians# who lie trusted would spend a ple.ismtt holiday. He was more lliaii pleased to have* sn afforded.tho opportunity of being thee t to wolcomo ...

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SECOUND CONCERT AT NAGAMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

SKCONI) CON'CKIIT AT NAGAM131I5. j On Tuesday evening the Bohemians gave {another excellent concert in tho Mechanic' {Hall, tlx; proceeds of which are lo bo handt d tc that de.-orving institution, the Austin Hospital for Incurables. Tho attendance was again luge, and about tU» was taken at tho door, tho prions of admission nrl being so high as at the previous concert, when HMO was netted. Tho programme rendered was well up to tho reputation <>f tho Bohemians, of whoso efforts tho audience gavo every manifestation of appreciation. Tho entertainment was on different line* lo the one given on the previous Saturday, as an almost complete ehango of programme was given, and the different members of tho company were again heard to the greatest advantage, particularly Mr Will Hughes, Morion the Great, Mr Ken Stovons, Mr Will Colo, Mr G. Gardiner, Mr Fred Fontaine, Mr Jim McKay mid Mr If, Hollings. The action of tho Bohemian Company in coming into tho country, paying thoir own ...

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THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 April 1914

THE BANQUET. About lo guests sat down to dinner at Cohen's Royal Mail Hotel on Tuesday, tho occasion being the public wclcomo to tho Bohemians. Mr 13. W. Hill presided, and an rising paid a compliment to tho host and hostess (or providing such an excellent spread. After tho toast of "Tho King'* had boon honored tho ulmirman, amidst applause, wolcorppd {-ho Bohemians, not anlv to Nagambio, but to the district goner ally. He could assure thciu that tlioy were not tho guests of any particular club, but oi ill the clubs, and the people of Nagambio were delighted to see them back again. It might bo sotfish for hipi tQ say so, but he would like to ace them come again next year, but thoy had to bear in mind that Dthcr towns might be anxious to sccuro the Bohemians. Still, it would be a great honor if we hud tho pleasure of another visit. He had presented the freodom of all sport clubs to their visitors and had invited them to tho >pening of the Golf Club on tho morrow, where they would ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

Do You Know THAT .... J. F. Greenwood jl AS secured for a definite term the 1 services of— Mil J. M'DONAW), who is ii First-class Farrier and -Agricul tural Smith. Late Farrier to the Melbourne Carrying Co. and Manager of Fairfield Shoeing Forge, Melbourne; al.-o ft-nr years with Nicholson A Morrow,-Melbourne and Klicpparlon ; also •is First Smith on Plows, Harvesters, (-Vsnbs, tie., and (ictiotal Farm Machinery. Securing tlie . . . First Pihzks For Light and Heavy Shoeing at hliopjmrlou Show in 1011. Tin) following is a Testimonial from Mr Adams, ono of tho loading horse brcedors and judges for tho Koynl Agricultural Society of Victoria: — "Uarfold," via Kyncton. This is to rortify that Mr J. M'Donald when at Kcdcsdale shod to my entire satis faction all my Show horses, which wero exhibited at Melbourne, Grand National, Kondigo and Kyncton Shows. I havo no hesitation in saying that they wero all neatly and carefully shod, and it was tho talk of tho district. T wish that Mr M'Donald...

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NEW ANECDOTES OF MARK TWAIN. HIS VERSIONOF "PRESENCE OF MIND" AT A FIRE. MOTHER A REAL HUMORIST. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

NEW ANECDOTES OF j MARK TWAIN. ins vkiision of "rur.sroxcio l)!•' mini!" at a kllih. i motiuoit a It 13 ai j iii moiust. i A now threo-volwne biography of) Mark Twain by Albert Migelow 1 i'aine, has a fascinat injj store of J anecdotes which illustrate the adven turous years of the grr.it. ImmoriMt. Shirk Twain lohrritril iiiitIi of hi-: «i/t of humour from hi» collier, ai.d nn instance of the old Intly's .style is told thus "You gave me more umuHines:? than any child I hud." she said oiuo to hint In her old age. "t suppose you wte ai'nud I wouldn't live*," he.&wggesli d, jji hi:; iran(|ull fashion. She looked at him with that Urea ln'itimir that had not dullod In eighty years. " No, afraid you would," she said. His brother, Orion Clemens, editoi the "Hannibal Journal," and when, in his nbsenee, young- Sam (not. as vet "Mark Twnln" nnd famous) was Irft to edit the paper there vas trouble, Not only did he give u burlesque account of a rival edi tor's falling in lovo and tryin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

Notice to Farmers HAVING orccted an up-to-date Weigh, bridge, I am now prepared to do all kinds of weighing at reasonable rates. I am also prepared to buy Wheat in any quantity, and pay cash for same as soon as ir- is put over Weighbridge, as I liavo been appointed Lucal Representative for J. Darling & Sons, tbo well-known .Wheat Buyers and Corn.sack Merchants, and can quote Corn-sacks for next Harvest at lowest rates. Also Agent for Dixon Bros., Chaff and Produco Merchants, and the Boydl Insurance Company. L. CAELLI, Produce Merchant and Sawmillei Railway Station, Nagambie. Phone No. 2. £1000 FUZES £1000 MELBOURNE EIQHT HOURS ART UNION. Acknowledged to be one of the most genu* ine of all (lie Art Unions tver held 58II1 Year 58th Year As Popular as Ever The Great Event of the Teat 58th Anniversary Sight Hours Day GBAN'D FETE, BAZAAR AND ART UNION. Ia aid of tlio Charities (Town & OonnlryJ Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne, Monday, 27th April. Eight Hours Day. Public &a...

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AUSTRALIAN EXPLORER. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

AUSTRALIAN EXPLORER. 1" I!)*; popular imagination i'iipu.t; fo1' I'lioiiRli stood Ii>i- I I "T rumhinod will, fortuity, m.;> "n sHte of the various exploration in ■ I tics ivlucli from t(im. (a u„„, •penetrated the inland fastii"-:*.« contributed valuable Biographic limit ficlcutiilc information, much 8t.il re nmtns to be known. thl'Ju Ilrox",nity to 1,10 mainland o( ' fplt<le in production, naturally makes any authentic knowkMirc of ftc peculiarities mill po.csihilil c; n'virv fecial intercut to AustraH ms, and it. 9 to lenni tlmt «o we l known n„ Australian - sir Unp.-rt <-mike — is nhout to undertn\c an exploratory expedition, in >vh rli |„. lopes to reach the sonrct o[ th- fi„ iuvcr, pain much valim! le know tu'erehy"' l)'° c jl]j)tr/ Although compared with romp lands, tile history of N'ew Guin n ■\v ploration Is alight. Many i"ll-,nt rui distinguished men hnVl, ' ,,, 'icainst tremendous odd« in or in" IjMttho path iniiiht be eleire.l. and th'.' wa...

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Glencairn Golf Club. THE OPHNING, [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

Glencairn Golt Club. TIIK OPHNING, I Wednesday Inst, 22nd inst, ule | day chosen by the Committee of Hie | Glencairii Golf Clul) for its opening, broke forth in a very unpromising manner, but many thought the an. pearances were just "the pride of the morning," and felt sure the afternoon would be beautiful for golfing. They were, however, <lis. appointed. There was a little sun. shine, plenty of wind, and several sharp showers. Notwithstanding the unpleasant weather there was a good attendance of members, friends and visitors, wlio all enjoyed the afternodn. The Seymour Club was well represented, a drag, arriving fully ladcned with ardent golfers, who were received with a dicer on coming up tlie drive. Before com tucuciun play till present partook of afternoon tea, provided by Miss Gordon, and when the wants hail been satisfied, Mr John Gordon, M.Iv.A., on behalf of the club, ex tended a hearty welcome to all pre sent, and especially to the Seymour visitors. He was sorry ...

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Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

Mail Arrangements. Mails despatched for Melbourne rjose at 8.5 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. daily. T.P.O.—17 Mown) 9 35 a,m.|daily. „ 17 (up) 6.30 p.m. Seymour 8.15 a.m. and 6.jo p.m. Murchison at 9.33 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Goulburn Weir at 10.40 a.m. on Monday Wednesday and Friday, also Bailieston South. Angustown at 10.40 a.m. on Mooday Wednesday, and Friday, also Wirate. Grey town, Wiirale and Wattle* vale, 10.40 a.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Snliifdiv. 1

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Social and Presentation. MR. AND MRS. J. COSTOLLOE ENTERTAINED [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

Social and Presentation. MR. AND MRS. J. COSTOI(L015 ENTERTAINED, A largo and representative gather, ing • attended at tionlbuvn Woii Hall oil Thursday evening, Kith inst., to bid farewell and umke a presentation to Mr. and Mrs. J. Costolloo, who are loaving Bailies ton East for fresh fields and pas tures new. Mr. J. Gordon, M.L.A., who presided at the fuuetiou, said ho wag very pjeased wlieu he received Miss Richards',' t'lio Hon, Sbc.-s letter requesting him to officiate as chairman. Ho had known Mr. nud Mrs. Costolloe for a number of years. They were very desirable citizens, and whilo ho deeply re greeted their departure, ho hoped that in their new homo health, happiness ' ant} prosperity -\yonli} attend them. ' ' After Miss Newington had given t> yjolii} aqlo, and Mrr I1- Qrpwooi] a song, tlio chairigan rocjuosted Mp Parfrpy tp ntako the presentation which whb tv beautiful silver to^ service inscribed with the nauio of the rooipiouU. Mr. Parfrey, when waking the presentation,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

WRITES THIS LETTER TO Married or Single Women TO ALWAYS USE WHEN OUT OF SORTS OR NERVOUS CLEMENTS TONIC More than any other this <Joeoaect prove* the value o! this great family medkme, " Sunorstdit Wallaroo. S.A., 29/1/1S* "Having nen In Ml"of your booki the name* of thos* benefited by CLEMENTS TONIC, I add my testimony, seeing none like It anywhere. "It might benefit other*, at it did me, when rearing my family. By its um I had th« brightest, healthiest children. a boy 17, and three girls IS, 13 and 10 years. Neither knows what earaohe. tooth. ache, or headache is. "Iattribute It to nothing but the use of CIEIENW TONIC, as I am not very strong. I would use it when run down or out of sorts, and then would enjoy the best of health. " III young married women shall use it, as it is such * grand nerve and musol* strengthener. [•I.n.d) Mrs. E. STEER." In rases of Poor Blood Waatlnf Weak* r.tsi. Debility, Loss of Rest. Poor Ap« P'.tite. Biliousness, Sick Headache, Low Spirits, ...

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Goulburn Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

Goulburn Shire Council. The adjourned monthly meeting of the abovo was hold on Monday. Present—Cr Keady (President, in tho chair), Crs Doano, Morrissy, Wilson,^ Dcrutn, IJrodie ami Ni^en. Tho Vrcsidont apologised for tho absence of Cr'J. Gordon. Tho minutes of tho last mooting were read and confirmed, and tho outward corns pent dcnco approved of. CONDOLKNCK, Cr Kcndy moved that n letter of condo Ioik'o bo sent to tho family of the Into Mr ,7. P. Morrissy, and to tho widow of the late Mr «T. Coincrford. Cr Kcndy said Mr Morvissy had been a former member of the council, nod had done good service in tho interests of tho ratepayers. Mr Comcrford had been looked upon as part and parcel of themselves, and ho had not known a more fair-minded man or newspaper proprietor in this district. His untimely death was greatly to bo deplored. Cr Domic, in seconding tho motion, said he had known tho lato Mr Morrissy for 60 years, and ho, with other neighbours, thought very highly of him indeed. Ho wo...

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THE FAMOUS CHAIN LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

THE FAMOUS CHA'fi LETTER. ■ Sisteen years or ro mo, a 1:1 ■" named Urliliu, mayor of n :m.,l! uiivii in Xtnv South Wales, siarteil a ill in letter in tin- name if his il.u-lrer, with the idea of endowing a lies, itnl with the proceeds. Tile pi .in vras l,. construct. a ISO-link chain by Mi s tJrillin writing to three of her friend* and asking them to srn.l her tin used postage staaips, am! al o asking them each to write to three of their friends to ilo the Bam?, The iilea was eventually to sell tin ciurelled pos tage stamps receive! to a stamp dealer for re-sale to coll* ctors, anil to use the nmncv thus p.iino.l for the hospital. The lir.st '.line recipients nnmhereil tlioir 1'U 'rs No. 1, the seeonil nine munl'".i.d ih-:irs No. 2, the thiril t wi iiiy -.'i vm nui:b:red theirs No. S ami so on. With the one hundred and eightieth multiple, the chain was automatically to ccasc. , lint the originator evidently went | into the matter wholly without con sider-In,•: tin results «' tl>i...

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Junior Football Association [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

Junior Football Association aV,lUal "looting of tho Nagambic District .Tumor Football Association was hold at Cohen's Koyal Mail Hotel on Saturday evening, th« President Mr Tony Orpwood, presiding. Thero wero nrcsont Messrs A. J!. Smith, fl. Wodmoro, and C. J arfroy son. (Kailieston), It. Sullivan and H. Gundry (Nnganibic), and Stuchbory and 0 Connor (Mitehollstown). Mr IT. Cohen represented tlio Wahring club. Mr G. Orpwood,^ secretary, was also presont, to gether with a number of players and supporters of tho difToront clubs, tho latter taking no part in tho meeting. The ^ report and balance-sheet, as pub lished in those columns recently, wero read, and adopted on tho motion o{ Messrs Smith and Parfrcy, who each said it was a credit to tho President and Secrotary tho way tho affairs of tho Association had been con ducted. Tho President said they had a good Junior Association last year, and had come out on the right side of tho ledger. Differ ences of opinion had arisen occasionally...

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