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

Annual Meeting'. Monday, April 27, 1914. OFFICERS: President, Mr J. Furlong. Vice-Presidents, Messrs P. Ahem, T. llvmi, 1\ Morgan and K. M'Donatd. .Tudga. Mr T. Rvan. Starter, Mr.l. J. (vnwycr. Clerk of Scalcs, Mr V\ Hill. Clerk ofCont>e, Mr T. Donovan. Handieappor, Mr \Y. Hill. Treasurer, Mv IT. M. Uandticld. Stewards: Messrs \\ Morgan, T. Ponnn, J. 3. O'Pwyer, J. Fnrlmig, J. Comer ford, R. Mahoney, A. I. Hand, T, Ryan, K. M'Donald, and T. Clarke. PROGRAMME OF EVENTS. Hurdle Race, £20. Two miles. Handicap. Nom 10s, acc 10s. Second horse lo re ceive £2 from stake. Maiden Plate. £10. Five furlongs. Weight for age. For horses that have never won at! : advertised race, NAGAMBIE CUP, £SO. i About one mile. Nom £1, acc £ 1. Second horse to receive i'5 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 radins of 7 miles of Na gambie P.O., and to be the property of nominator since 1st February, 1914...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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ENTERTAINED BY MR COHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

ENTERTAINED BY 11R COHEN. At tho conclusion of tlio delegate's meet ing about tweuty-flvo players ami supporters of football sat down to an excellent dinner, at tho invitation of Mr and Mrs Cohen. Tho President of tho Junior Association (Mr Tooy Orpwood) presided over the gathering in his usual happy stylo.fajlfl ttio spread provided wan fe'ecnly rbiish'eil. Mr ftrpWPw'ptopased the toast of the "Host and Hostess" and iu tho courso of his remaps »|d it was a uew tying in N^gtuu bio \q be ejjtejtaiued at a ty#J?y suppo? at tho conclusion of a meotipg,' Q;i bopalf of the CQ^p^y fee tfapkod Mr and Mrs Cohen for their hospitality, Mossrs Cohen and Mason wero proving thomsolvcs good supporters of tho Juniors, and he could assuro them their support was highly valued. Mr Maaou, in supporting tho toast, said ho was only ft new comer, but ho could sco thoy wero goiug to make Junior footballgo ahead, and ho would be glad to assist them. Ho w|*)>p4 P*prw3 ;hls tb&iika to Mr Cfchon' f...

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Railway Time-table. Passenger trains depart from the local railway station, daily, as follow:— [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

Hallway Time-table. Passenger trains depart from the local railway station, daily, as fol low :— A.M P..M Up Traill, Melbourne' 8.39 7.30 Down Train, Cobram 9.55 6.55

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

Ves, f^ylands Only. The s.s. Nerekana Has Arrived nt Melbourne Wharf, bringing ■•Eleven Oases and Bales of Drapery FROM Kylands & Sons, London, -FOK A, E. GADD, And it is by far the BEST BOUGHT Merchandise in tho Lako City. NAGAMBIE STORES. These Packages -Are now being opened out, and the goods will be marked in PLAIN FIGURES, so that purchasers ran no risk of deception in the slightest degree. The above-mentioned shipment is undeniably the best nil-round value in the world's market to-day. t Protect Yoarself J i From the Cold and Wet of Winter by Securing Good Blankets, Good Flannels, Good Woollens, Of All Descriptions. |) Oilcoats^ W.P. Canvas Coats, Chesters and Rag'lans, Now on Hand. Splendid Range of Up-to-Date Dress Goods, Millinery Etc. EVERYTHING YOU NEED "At" | D. BROWN'S f; leeUTe Jj9k Stores. ££ mmm 2 I f Charming Display -OF • Autumn and Winter Trimmed X Millir ery ! [ &&R&&.1S2*. m on- —cikyhk j Thursday, April 2nd. Fashion land ...

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

TABILK HOTEL, Comer STATION & niOH-Streets, N7TGHMBIE. .1 M'l.Vfl'OsiMl (Late of Kyabram. BEGS lo Notify the Public of Nagambic and district that lie lias taken over tlie above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and trusts by strict attention to business to merit a fair share of patronage. Goon Accommodation Good Staumxg Modbkatk Tehms Attentivk Qkoom Best Brands ol Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. ; L. MASON (Lato Mr A Lever) Wishes to announce to the residents of Nagnmbic and District tliat lie lias taken over tho business of the abovo. well known Hotel, and intends to cater for patrons by supplying (he best in everything. Pleasure Borfts always available. Oood Stabling and Groom. Victoria Ale btjs^z The Valley Hotel, IMflGHCQBIE. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. pits. ll. Pianeili. (LATE OK WAHRING) TTAVING taken possession of the •Jti abd'vo Hotel,informs her friendaand * (he public generally that every endeavor . will be made to make them comfortable when they pay a call.' AH WINES, SPIRIT...

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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

$hr ftUflttmbic ©imw FRIDAY, Al1 IUIj 24, 191t. Local and General. tub Colonial Bank of auktiiai.abia ltd.—Tho balnnco*shcot of tho Colonial Bank of Auatralasia Ltd for tlio half-year i ended 81st March laat lina boon published. Tlio net profit (or tlio half yoar amounted to .£29,230 7a -Id. A dividend at tho mto of 7% per annum has bcon mado on both pre ference and ordinary shares ; £10,000 ia bciug placed to the reservo fund, niakinK £20,000 for tho year, and raisinfi that fund I to £220,000. The resorvo fund ia now equal to ono-hall tbo paid-up capital of tho bank. £5000 is being placcd in reduction of bank -premises, and £1485 5s is being carried forward to next half-year. The balancc-shcet shown great strength in coin, bullion, and debentures and other liquid assets, winch amount to £'2,07S,787 lis Od. This is more than sufficient to pay "Htho current account balances and other liabilities | on domand, and is equal to lG?*. of tho total i liabilities of thebank. Tbobankalwayssh...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

Soroavomont Card \ I US COMKIU'OHI) rotnrns silicon) «*■ THANKS to nil kind friend* for lot tor?, toIogrniH?, (lorn t tributes, nnd kind nets rcndoreil during lu»r rocont prunftil borenrmnont.

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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 — 24 April 1914

PbtTAUftAYKS AND REGULATIONS fWhore tho term "Tli© Common Wealth" is used in connection with theso rate* and regulation® it includes Papua. Lord Howo Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. For every J ounco or fraction thereof. r<* dohvory witliin the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in the British Em „ piro 0 1 For delivery in the Now Hebrides, Banks, and Torre* Islands .. 0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 2J LETTER CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, Id. each; reply, Id. each half. For delivery in fchc British Empire (boo list of places under "Letters")—Sin glo. Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands—Single, L\l. each. For delivery in other places— Single, 2jd. each. POST CARDS. Singlo Postcards impressed with the Id. stamp, and Reply or double cards, each half of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may bo transmitted lo places within tho Commonwealth, and to those places, enumerated under "jptters," to which letters...

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

Mr Qc M. ALLEN Dental Surgeon. Of 33 Collins Street, Melbourne and Binney Street, Euroa. WILL Visit Nagambio regularly and may be eonsullcd 011 all branclioa of Modern Dentistry every I Secoud and Last Saturday I iu eacli uiou.tfir. And, ihuj W eoosulted . I A?- N«KSi> EYERITT'S PRIVATE WOSKIAIi, NAGAMBIE Gregory's "WAHELING STORES. All Plowing- Requisites 011 Hand. Plow Shares, all brands. Plow Reins. Rope. Plow Cliains Bluestone, Etc. SUITS to Measure. Corno and Inspect our Now Pattern Books. All the Latest Styles Sliown. Suits to Measure from 35 s. Wahring Stores. Ladies' Tailoring. A. M. ORPWOOD WibIios to announce that lie lias made arrangements witli One of the Leading Specialist Cutters, Late in tlio employ of 1\ Lloyd <Ss SCo., Oxford htrt>«t; W. Whiteloy, London W.; Ballar & Co., Now York ; & Co., New York, To Execute Costumes. Opera Coats, Skirts, Motor Coats, &u., in the yery latest designs and style-. Call in and Inspect Samples o...

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The Bohemians. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

The Bohemians. The wind-up meeting in connec tion with tlio visit of tho Fitzroy HohomiaiiH was held at the llall on Friday evening 17th inst. Tho secretary (Mr. \V. R. 13ourke) read tho balance-sheet, which allowed that a profit of .11(5 was mado out of tho first concert, and £lij 1 Oh. out of the second. Tho second was in aid of the Austin Hospital. Tho balanco-sheet was uudor :— [Advkutiskmbnt.] B.ilanco-Shcct of Concert in aid of Crickot Club, Naganibio. 11KCI2IFTS. To takou At door 2G 7 6 Booking 3 7 0 .£29 15 Overplus from nllowauca granted by Murcliison for transit ... 1 0 0 0 £30 15 0 Expenditure. By printing and advertising . . S 12 c Rout of Hall . 5 0 Boat trip . 1 2 6 Bandmastcr'a fco 10 0 Buuquct . 5 15 0 Cartago . 5 0 Postage and incidontal . 5 0 Balunco on hand . 1C 0 0 £30 15 0 Audited and found correct.—J. D. O'DONOGIIUE, 20/1/14. Bulanco sheet of Conecrb in aid of Austin Hospital. Receipts. To tnkon at door 13 <1 9 Booking ... 3 5 0. £16 9 9 Expenditure....

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Avenel Turf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

Aveoel Turf Club. Tho Cup Mooting of the A vend Turf Club was hold on Tuesday Inst, 21st inst, There was a very fair attendance, and no doubt tho wintry appearancc of tho morning lac counted for a slight falling of!. Tho day promised to be ft wel one judging by early appearances, but as tho morning wore on the sky cleared and a nico fresh wind soon dried up tho roads and grounds considerably and tho afternoon turned out a very pleasant ono, marred only by a couplo of very light showers, which did not disturb anyono in tho least; The Avcnel course is an ideal ono, and each year tho committee adds impravon\cnts, the latest being a splendid and very neatly built luncheon room, and thoy deserve to be commended for their enterprise. Tho special truiu from Melbourne was fairly well iUIeti, and this faot goes to show tho tho popularity of tho Avcnel meetings. Tbo Nagambio brass band was in attendance and rendered musical selections during tho afternoon which greatly enlivoned tho pro cccdi...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Rector: Rev. G. W. Carter, R.D., Th.L. 2nd Sunday after Easter [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

Church Services CHURCH OK ENGLAND. | Rector : Rev. G. W. Carter, R.D., Th.L. 2nd Suadaj after Xaetor 7 p.ai—fcteosoog and Sormon PRESBYTERIAN. At it a.m. and 7 p.m. Prcacher, Ker. W, J. Duncan. METHODIST Morning at'll—Mr Jenkin Evening at 7—Kov Lapthorae ROMAN CATHOLIC. Morning at IX—Rev. Father Kavaivagb

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A PARTING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

A PARTING CEREMONY. A vory pleasing function took placo on Thursday evening on the Nagambio railway station just beforo tho departure of tho train, whon Mr Rcddan, manager to tho Fitzroy Bohemians said it was desired to mnko a presentation to Mr Bourke, who acted na secretary to tho local reception committeo. Ho was suro ho voiccd tho feelings of all of his company when ho said thoy had novoc mob a more ontliuaiostio worker, and ono who had stuck to thou right through their visit. Ho bud plcasuro in informing him (Mr Bourkc) that ho had that day been olectcd nu honorary member of tho Bohernian Club, and would bo delighted to welcomc him at any time whon iu tpwn. Ho fehen eallod upon Mr Collior to mako tho presentation of a cap and badgo of tho , club, and in doing so ho (Mr Collier) said it gave him vory groat pleasure to do so, as ho fully endorsed tho remarks of their manager. Mr Bourko in reply thanked tht-n> for thoir kindness in enrolling him as ono of thoir mombors and for ...

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Nagambie Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

Nagambie Golf Club. On Wednesday afternoon a mixed foursome was flayed on the links cf the above club. The weather was somewhat unpropitious, but this did not dampen the enthusiasm of the golfers. The prices, which were two golf sticks, were won by Mrs J. Taylor and Mr I,. M'Phee, with a score of 97-16-81. Scores,— Gs. Hp. Nfc. Mrs J. Taylor & Mr L. M'Pheo 97 16 81 Mrs Cohca & Mr B. Lobb ... 89 7 82 Mrs Haakor & Mr J. Williams 93 11 89 Miss Brcusiag & Mr T. Veram 3D G q3 Miss Dorum & Mr 0. Bronsiug 10S( IT 80 MisJ D, Fosdiok & IJr'Crimg 105, 1U 8S' Mi-is j.'Fot'bcb I'Mc Hica 103 U 92 JJisa Podgson Mr Wobb 111 20 91 Misa Haskor A Mr J, Taylor 113 19 04 Mr« Baud and Mr F, Bazoloy 113 18 91 Mrs Fosdiok & Mr H. M'Donald 113 18 95 Misa D. Hiil & Mr F. Fosdiok 107 9 98 Miss M'lidllan&MrW. Forboa 118 19 99 Miss Olarko & Mr 1'. Bradbury 131 25 100 Miss Morisou & Mr "7. Fosdick 88.-7-81 wcto disqualified....

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Snapshots. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

Snapshots. Nagambie Races. Next Monday. Good entries. Only good weather wented to make the meeting a thorough success. The Nagambie Band will lie there. A good programme of races will be run off, including Iiurdle Race, Cup (,G5U), Maiden Plate, Handi cap Trot, Trial Stakes, Waliring Handicap, and Tahilk Handicap. If you want a really good day's enjoyment, go.to the Races. Good grandstand to rest in. Good Band to listen to, and good races to watch. , So why stay at home ? ! The Trot alone will be well worth going miles to see, as the compe- J tition in this event is expected to be j particularly keen. | In the evening "Mad as a Hatter" j will be played by the Rushworth Dramatic club, in the Mechanics' . Hall. Proceeds in aid of Nagambie , Football Club. ! The Rushworth Dramatic Club has a splendid reputation, so we can confidently recommend playgoers to attend. "Mad as a Hatter" will comprise portion of the entertainment, and a good concert programme bas been arranged for the rest. ...

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Nagambie Turf Club Races. MONDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 April 1914

Nagambie Turf Club Races. MONDAY NKXT. I I*'or the minimi races of the above, to Ijc held on Monday next, ; first-class entries have been received ■ and the meeting should prove one I of the best in the history of the club. After the recent rains the course will I be in good order, and as good fields | are assured the racing should be de cidedly interesting. In the Trot ail ] exceptionally good entry has been I received, and this event will be a j feature of the meeting. The Hurdle Race also promises to lie a great contest. For the race of the day, the Nagambie Cup, several good performers have been nominated and the finish should be well fought out. The President (Mr J. Furlong), and Secretary (Mr J. O'Donoghue), to gether with their officials, have the arrangements for the meeting well in hand, and the Wagambie Band lias been engaged for the occasion, j which will accentuate the pleasure of the outing. Members are re- j quested to note that their tickets ' will be collected at the...

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

SKNP YOUR SKINS TO Ev Lyon & Co. WOOL, HIDE, AND SKIN STORES. Treucrry Sliect, Abbotsfurd, Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 1 May 1914

Do You Know THAT .... JL F. Greenwood HAS seourod for ft dclinito term the services of— Ml! J. M'DONAIJJ, who is a First-class Furrier and Agricul tural Smith. Late Furrier to the Melbourne Currying Co. find Manager of Fairfield Shoeing Forge, Melbourne; nlso four years with Nicholson Morrow, Melbourne and Shcpparlon ; atso •ig First Smith on I'loiv?, Harvesters, Combs, etc., and Gcnoral Farm Machinery. Securing tlio . . . First Phizes For Light and Heavy Shoeing at Shepjiarton Show in MUI. Tlio following is a Testimonial from Mr Adams, one of tho leading horse breeders and judges for tho Roynl Agricultural Socioty of Victoria:— "Barfold," via Kyneion. This is to cortify that Mr J, M'Donald when at Kodcsdalo shod to my cntiro satis faction all my Show horses, which wore oxbibitod at Mclbourno, Grand National, Bondigo And Kyooton Shows. 1 bavo no hesitation in saying that they woro all neatly and carcfully shod, and it was tho talk of tho district. I wish that Mr M'Donald was back bo...

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Early Woman Found in Sussex. SKILL [?] CARRIES HISTORY OF MANKIND NEARER TO GENESIS. EARLIEST MAN A BRITON. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 1 May 1914

Early Woman Found in Sussex. SKIM, WIlll'H I'Alttt 1KS HtP TOItY OF MASKINU NKAKIill TO (IKNKSIS. KAU1.IKST MAN A 11IUTON. A human skull, unique because It I akrs Unrwitt an sclem-o b K'k tearer <» the beginning of thingK tlm 1 any omains of ni nkind prevt. tisix *Iis ovored, has 1 mg been dui fro n tho ra\el «.f a tiried-tip Srs .-oy. pond. mi Ih.u tin liscovery ca 110 to' bo la.lr h-m 1.<> n described by Mr. hnrlrs P«w son, T.tJ.S. t » the oulngiral S< ciety. Tho skull Is tin1 oldest, example that hits come in light, oM.-r l\\- far than tho skull* preserved in franco, (Jonnany, and Helghim of tho "cave man," the oldest type of man pre tiimsly known. Mr. Pawson said hp Was walking near nitdown Common, In the par ish of I'Jetchfng, when ho 5»tw sotno workmen digging gravel ft»r farm roads. One*of them gavp him a fragment of a human skull which they had just discovered and had evidently broken up and thrown He looked for, and toihsequently found, ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 1 May 1914

Notice to Farmers HAVING erected an up*to»date Weigh* bridge, I am now prepared to do'all kinds of weighing at reasonable rates.1 I am also prepared to buy Wheat in any quantity, and'pay cash for samo as soon as it- is pui over Weighbridge, as I have been appointed Lucai Representative for J. Darling & Sons, the well-known Wheat Bayers and Corn*aack Merchants, and can quote Corn-sacks for next Harvest at lowest rates. Also Agent for Dixon Eros., Chaff and Produce Merchants, and the Koyal Insurance Cosppapy. L. CAELLI, Produce Merchant and Sawmillei Railway Station, Nagambie. Phone No. 2. £1000 PIUZES £1000 MELBOURNE EIGHT HOURS : ART. UNION. Acknowledged to be one of the most genu. ine of all the Art Unions ever held 58th Year —• 58th Year As Popular as Ever The Great Brat ot thi 7iu 58th Anniversary Eight Hours Day ' QBAND FETE, BAZAAR AND ART UNION. In aid of the Charities (Town & ConnlryJ Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne, Moaday, 27th- April. flight Hours pay. Publ...

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