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IN AN INDIAN CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

IN AN INDIAN CiTY. ■r It is tin- pri vi) f.MV )„ al.Je in ' KIV UU> n> >.--1 liiV oi Ibo na Know |); |»opl,.. I i\ «• of (•<!<«! ioiliy i«#r India. K«n»pe.:iw nothing' <>i' c\(r( nic vrigo o( iluMitV thev lead, and that K< only thrums 'hose who nc< as tln-u- s. •rvantx. Two companions and J. with nil {in1 ituiuisitivene.s-; "i' tho {trilisli Tommy, decided, on tin' cliav.ee of picking up curios, lo take a lrip through a native ,>itv with a none too enviable reputa 'nif imtli-.., nway from his follows, is ono of the meekest of men. tak in.!r all insults as they come mid S'-iiuin^, to care nolhinir for them, but the saint- native amongst Ms fi lloiv.s Ims nil the i-oul-iiKc- ivhii-li numbers ijivi., nnd little hope co'ibl he h.-h| om to aui one throw inK out (In- slightest insult in n native lily. We entered the city through :i largo sate of ornamental design, ami were not much encouraged by (lie notice hung oil the...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

Rsi. J. HG8KIHG Minister of tho CONGREGATIONAL MISSION CHURCH, F1t2ray, Melbourne. Sands his opinion of " I was recommended to try Clements Tonic. I was completely run down, suffered from nervous prostration, with insomnia and seoere headaches. I had spent much money on medicines to no purpose. " One bottle put me right and was worth its weight in gold. "I recommend this medi cine strongly. ( Signal) JOHN HOSKING." The Rev. J. HOSKING, D.D.. ii known as an earnest church worker, and his testimony to CLEMENTSTO.MC was lent for the good it might do. This medicine is certain in i s effects or. run down or irritated nerves, and quickly relieves Bil ousness. Wrakness, Lo-s o -deep. Poor Appetite. Con tipntion an<! indigestion. ALL LHiuMiSlS a d STORISS-LL !1\ Notice to Farmers HAVING orected an up-to-date Weigh bridge. I nm now prepared to do all kinds of wt'iirh ne at reasonable ra'es. I hiii ulsii prepared to buy Wheat in any qu»ntity, and pay cash for Rump as foou as m i- p...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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RACECOURSE TRUSTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

RACECOURSE TRUSTEES. . Immediately after the meeting of the Turf Club on Saturday evening a meeting of the Trustees of the Racecourse was held, when Mr ]. Furlong was voted to the chair. The secretary, Mr Osborne, in resigning, handed over everything in excellent going order. The deeds, title, authority, etc,, had been secured, and copies of the whole of the proceedings up to the present time produced. The bal ance sheet showed a credit of £3 15s, after paying for erection of new fence,, and various other im provements, which now puts the Trustees in a sound position. The accounts were passed on the mo tion of Messrs' Furlong and Baud, and Mr Osborne was complimented upon the able matmer in which he had so capably straightened out the many little complications that existed. It was decided to open an account at the Colonial Bank in the nam? of a Committee of Management of the Nagambie Racecourse Reserve, two to sign cheques, that existing guar antee be cancelled, and that Messrs Baud...

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

Sporting Notes. A meeting of the Nagarabie Tur. Club was lield 011 Saturday evening at M'Donald's Hotel, when the chair was occupied by the president, Mr J. Furlong. There were also in attendance Messrs Phil Morgan, T Ryan, A, I. Baud, C. Callagban, T. Clarke, R. Mahoney, P. Nolan, J. Comerford, and the secretary, Mr F. C. Osborne. The meeting was called by the secretary in order to hand over tbe. affairs in proper order prior to his departure from the district, and it is pleasing to note' that' the fi nances of the club are highly satis factory. As a result of the last meeting they now have a credit balance of £48 3s 5d in the bank, and tliis, together with subs out standing, will bring the amount to over £5(i The President, in speaking to the very satisfactory condition of affairs said the result was chiefly due to the good work done by their sec retary, backed up by some of the officers and it was a great pity they were losing him. The balance sheet showed that tbe gate receipts ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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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 — 16 January 1914

^ • - - -I -• POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Whore i!io term "The ComVfcou- i wealth" is used in connection with theso ' rates and regulations it includes I'apun. Lord Howo lslan;l, and Norfolk Islnnd.J LETTEHS. For every J ounce or fraction thereof, j For deliverv within the Common wealth : 0 1 For delivery in the British Em pire • • 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides, Uankb, and Torres Islands ..0 For delivery in other places .... 0 -J LETTER CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, Id. eacii; reply, Id. each half. For delivery in the British Empire (seo list of places under "Letters ')—Sin gle, Id. each. For <ielivery in New Hebrides, Banks, an! Torres Islands—2d. each. For delivery in other places— Single, 'iid. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with tho Ld. sump, and Rbply or double cards, each half of which has the ld. stamp impressed thereon, may be transmitted tc maces within the Commonwealth, and tc ihose places, enumerated under .-Mrs," t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

"LAXETTES" AperlentCbocolateSquarcs. Pleuut -Safc-and Effective, forchlldreu or adults. AU chemlbts and storekeepers, l/-aud 2/6, or Bowcn ScCo., Swamton-st., Melbourne.. Scad tot free sample.. Gregory's WAHSING STOBES. SUMMER GOODS Ladies', Gents', and Children's. Inspection Cordis I h j Invited. | Wahring Stores. I The Approach of the Hot Weather. I QtfrUKK m. linen. < >nr- «. • • . • burden. Also, an Kloi/ir. Kettle. .A tfreui m■■ heat und fuel. Electric Fans to keep you coo Erected at Melbourne. Prices. Fanoy Shades, Lamps, and all Blpctrical: appliances mi li'mxi A hug' stock to choose from. Inspection invited. Atfr A C! Ill Ml* Electric*' and • e. " V« t Hi 9 Rng'ni-er . All Classen of Electrical WiJrk Kxecuii'il, BSBSiil i[ofH {iaXLMiiaO .S'XtftfO # ff&LiEYH 'HOTIYA [IHlL dOOMdUO AIUOJ. ;_ ^ woaa m ' saasnoax joliBd a\.3n b pub 3«s y Buiunoag Aq n^tTl a©a^ mafcl aqx

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NAGAMBIE v. RUSHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

naoambib v. rushwosth. lbs Buihworth team did nob nutke tfca trip to Magunbteon Saturday, consequently (MI* vm no m&toli on tbo looal ground.

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Cricket Notes. BAILIESTON v. MOORA. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

Crxc&fc Notes. BAIMESTON v. MOOKA. The above match was played on tho Moora ground lost Saturday. The con ditions were far from pleasant, ns a series of dnststorms swept tho ground during the afternoon. E. Cochrane and M. Pettifer opened tho innings to the bowling of H. Choang and W. Hipgravo. Disasior soon overtook the visitor*, Cbeong bowling Cochrane, Perry an«l G Smith in quick puccneaiott. Tho wind was carrying his bowling across the* wirkol m a very dis. concerting way. W. Hipgrave got a good on© past rettifer, and four good wick«ts wore down for 13 runs, when C, fifoson joined Jones, and undoubtedly saved tho game for his Bid?, It dUub.ttal if Mason over playeq a,' better inninga or one more viaatea f[or a la aide thau his Iftst Satwr day. His score included seven 4's, all apfeadid strokes, Jones' 17 included 11 singles—ft proof of the excellence of ihu howling in the earlier stages uf the game. W. Pettifer 12, A B. Smith 11, and A Day 12 not out, all played solidly* a...

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Gray town Jottings [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

Gray town Jottings (Prom Our Correspondent.) Boring operations at tuo WutLc.ut ciMhOd shortly betoro thu holtd.tyd» uui iuu<. h v. not yot< beoii lo^umcd, atH it aooint. lh.it (or «bo pio.-^tH nolbiug (uttuw .-.ill u-. done. Although Himkes do not iippoa> tobi*.' nit plontitul ihia ao-mmi, Hum* h thr»;oo»uoH of diiukobilu n-portH-i b-itwu-t" liuro ami UostoiUtdd. i Ijih U a rno>»t•». lfO"unat«ly, all tho vi.lnna ruc-*voro>t Soino tiuiu ago a mail wo. «ing for <t any wild vioioiinly ai-iicko by u Him... Ho WUH IUKUU IO f<>l* Ulodl .1 trtiiiimout aud although ihh e»ht* n»«uiU' bopulo.-a, ho pnli-d i*m>ugh In an*> li- « case a boy of 14, tho sou 01 Air J iil'Kfti zio, wiia bit uu on ihoting.-r H • «i" -• pieco of siring ruuud bio tiugt-r < u11Im part bii'on wi b >t kntf>«, aud mu-io i> ; bluod vvull, tbun put uicoiiao in tUo<*«»uiui. ; and, puB^ibly whi«»lud tho lt*Uw nigiw I ium>, un&am...

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BAILIESTON v. NAGAMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 16 January 1914

RATTiTF.RTOK v. NAGAMBIE, I To-morrow (Saturday) tbs *bovo teams &Mtt »t S*iU«et0Si when » good gamo 1 should rosult. Play starts at 2 o'clock. > j Bailiesloti wilt bo reprosonted by E. ' I Cochrano, M. and \V. Pottifor, G. Jones, A. j Porry, O. Smith, 0. Mason, H. Hipgrnvo, J A. B. Smith, II. Mawaon, A. Day. Umpire, Mr C. E. Baud. Nfifiumbio team will bo choson from J E., A. unci H, M'Donnld, D. Brown, Inglo man, O'Donoqhuo, Griffith*, Dixon. Muih, Hivicro, Wiljiamn, Bonnott,CtioJli, Gund'.v. Thorno, Butlor. Umpire: MrF. Fotborgill. A meeting will bo held at the hall thi (Friday) ovomntf to muko final arrange monta for ihn trip.

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TO FREDERICK CHARLES OSBORNE, Esq.. J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

Supplement- lo tho " Nagambio Times." The following ing is il <!t»py of fclio .Subsoribtjd Addross presontod to Mr J*\ 0. Osborne, ufc a Smoke Social ami Prosunl.ation hold on Monday ovening, 12th inst., upon which Mr Osborne boned tlio main portion of his rumarknin making hin reply. TO FREDERICK CHARLES OSBORNE, Esa.. J.P. Dhar Sih, Your nmiiy friends in Na^ani bie, and the districts of which Nii jminbie is the centre, wish to sny farewell to you upon the occasion of your leaving this town ; and while doing so, to express their profound regret at parting from you, their high appreciation of the many and valuable services rendered by you to this community during your resi dence '.iere as a citizen of this town during the hist ten years, their ad miration of the most excellent way in which you have carried out the duties of citizenship in that period, and their great regard for you as a business man and their affection and esteem for you as a man. Dur ing your ten year's r...

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Shire of Goulburn. Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for the Year ended 30th September, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

■Statement of ifeoeipts and Expenditure for (Ik* Year ended ;>Ofch September, 1913. RKCKIPTS. Totals. Xorlli. Central. i Ihl.iiKv 30ih September, 1013 Wnfi'lcuttcis' pr[ '"'dts 0 ('clll nwl'TS* 1 irp'MU H 10 0 I'liim Slibi"—Wi.rl; ... m 0 0 I|.l< 55 11 1) 7 f» . •12.10 11 K i!.- ... 3 15 1 - ... j 7 ,9. 19 ,9 2 ll.iti- A rr:M> &;> 0 0 / 'virt'V'0::';:;; 1017 11 55T-13 ; :v G7*l .15 : " •', f{*<•»•> 15 v." 17 n . 21' Ift 9 I ,■< cn-r- l '<|iii\a!i'iil. 174 . • 50.11 - V • 09.12.-;> ... ... ' » - ; .-r N.i'';'Hil>ii' Sunila rv I'cc^ ... 150 M 2 150 11 2 (lovctmiii iit (iraiile 211 7 -1 70 S 9 70 9 10 !-'.\t»a It >lr 71) 7 '79 7-'.-'*' '< I f 111 ml \ < :• 8 Sale- of M.it-iial ... 1 8 I 8 I.Miif-wonil Sanitary I'Vrs 10 15 3 (inNcinint'iit Subsidy, t35fl, lc?s Kxrh. 0/ 8-10 H ioo -5 \ : 181 5 I ranf'-i- WnmUnUlci-'s iVposhs i'rUH.! Trust 2 9 }':ilancr —Pass Honl; ... ,t2U7 3 0 / |,i — Ca&a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

THE TIMES OFFICE HAS COMPLETE EQUIPMENT for turning out Printing of Every Description, It is needless to -enumerate the lines. Suffice it to say that everything with print-in^ on it is undertaken | and tiio work is carried out with a conscientious endeavour . to give satisfac tion, full and complete. By placing your order* for Printing hereyott «re supporting-local industry. The money spent upon printing obtained from the City houses may como back to you: it a just possible. But it has to make such a Jon# circuit that the chances of your ever handling it again.«r*.T«ry i«mote. The money spent in . having the work done locally, if it does not return to you directly, gets back ! eventually and within a measurable time. j Then there is the question of prioe a&d. quality. . Printing is done at this Office at pitas aad in atyle that oompare favourably with tho*o of any of the big printing houses. j Tfcese are the reasons why your orders fcr Mating arc requested. I BILIOUSNESS, HE...

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"AUSTRALIA UNLIMITED" [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

11 AUSTRALIA UNLIMITED/' 4 A glnnce at the tlgurew. wh.Ui iii. gatlonlsts havo to pay for 1 nl a\ water in other countries s.ovj v. under whftt. bcnlpn ronAitioi; tln'i lot is cast in Australia. l$.\p*rts, i r minute investigations bot'i h-t^ a:id abroad, unhesitatingly nver that th Commonwealth otters Ih? irrigatio list opportunities second to n"iu\ v.lillc the Inml anil water are comparative ly cheap here. Western America leads the way in orcharding, the apples of th"1 Hool Uivrr nnl Spokane district b?'n; tlv> lincst in the worhl. Thin :-vccp?s i< not attributable to my pirticular superiority of laml, but to t'vo scien tific and complete system of culture to which the growers there h.\ve at taincd. Many o* there orchards n\\ an-l;. have been for years, under irriiMt'oa, !J but it is in their system of u'radi.i1? j that the farmers are pro-eminent. « j Colour n* well as flize mint be to n \ recognised standard, and by thinning ; the trees they keep them well open, ; ...

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State Elections. GOULBURN VALLEY SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

Btat« Elections. GOULBCRN VALLEY SEAT. For the seat to be rendered va cant by the retirement of the Hon Qeo Graham tne following nomina tions hqlvp biben' ireoeived byth? I People's Bafty e*eoi}tjye. yot? of the members' of the paify ?$rilj be taken later, , ' Alex Biggar, jan., auctioneer and farmer, Shepparton, Bey F. A. Fanjnharaon, WeBt Melboorne. Frank Lyons, grailer, Euendon ■ D. C. Aforrison, solioitor, Ta* turn and Nnmurkab. \ W. T. Maloney, storekeeper and farmer, Baroab. J. D. Mitchell, builder, Shep* paiton. .. • A. U'B. M'Clelland, auottoiew, Nathalia.

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LIEUT-GOVERNOR OF PAPUA. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

LIEUT.-GOVERNOR OF PAPUA. Judge Murray, the recently C.M.G'd Lieut.-Governor or Papua is an ar dent and thoroughbred Australian. His grandfather, Terence Murray, had *a station at LaVe Georges in 1820. His father was one time Speak er of the N.S.W. Legislative Assem bly, and President of the Legislative Council. The present Lieutenant-Gov ernor was called to the English bar in 1S5C, and practised for some years in Sydney. Harry Louder lias got as far as Ncv: York en route for Australia. He Acknowledges a feeling of suspense re garding his reception here, but "I am told that entertainment is part o! tbe Australian's life, and he takes it with his food," he adds. As a reward for bringing his goods to our markets -when they were fresh and ripe, John McCorznack takes twenty thousand golden sovereigns back home with him. This rich re ward should bring as more artists while still in their prime.

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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, FEB. 23, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

®ltr gjagambw ©intra FRIDAY, FEB. 23, 1914. Local and General. REGATTA.—A mooting of thoso inter ested in tho Tccont Regatta wns^ held m tho Mechanics' on Tuesday evening for ho purpose o! rocciving a atatemonb as to tho receipts and oxpendituro of tho Inst outing, Tho chair wa* occupied by Mt A. N Hop. kins, aud tho Btatomont submitted by tho treasurer, Mr Osborno, showed tho receipts to total jCaifi/12/9, and tho expenditure £210/18/- Small amount* totalling somo £8 or XI nro still owing to iho committee, tho fact that an old account of £12, standing over from last year, was paid out of this year's proceeds, tho Regatta ac tually showed a profit of C15, which i* very satisfactory, considering tho prize monoy for tho rowing events totalled X7f>, the highest paid for a number of years. The proceeds of tho concert, .CIO/IG/M, which is included in tho balanco sheet, proved one ol tho beat results yol obtained, and tho soorotary, Mr Bourko was accorded a voto of thanks for ^ tho cap...

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AUSTRALIA'S CLASS TO GOVERN THE NEW HEBRIDES [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

AUSTRALIA'S C.L!\I 1 TO GOVERN THE NEY/ HEBRIDES In the question of the control of the , New Hebrides by Australia, Messrs. ] Cook and Glynn hivo n HUbVct ol wide national importance and si^ni- ; lioancp to tackle. Much diss.itisfnc- ! tion is felt and expressed at the pre sent system of joint control of Krl- ' tain and France, and the partnership !s working mischievously for all con cern "id, the unfortunate natives suf fering an undue share of H.mVice and ill-treatment. C;ojrrn?hiciilly the 1*1 nub come naturally under Australian juris.lic tion. They are 1.-100 miles north-east of Sydney, and n po't of call be tween Fiji and New Caledonia. Their thr;e ma.yniticcnt natural harbours vo'U.l 1m: of spocial value to xh? Com v.-.v.vuHh, and would form an ideal ji.w.tl base; while the occupatitn of these islands by n hostfle foreign Powa* would open n road of attack c.a tit? Australian trade of the future, and rcviously affect the disposition of cur defence system. The eroup is wonderful...

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Nagambie Tennis Club [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

Nagambie Tennis Olub The annual meeting of the above : club was held in the Mechanics on i Wednesday evening, when there • was a full muster of members, and i the chair was occupied by the President, Mr S. Park The balance-sheet, which was received and adopted, showed that after meeting a fairly heavy expen diture for the year, the club came through with a credit of 13s id, which was considered very satis factory, flection of Officers. President, Mr A, M'Phee Vice-presidents, Messrs A, Speed Una j?usdjck (Sepretary, MrJ H fester Treasurer,"Mr T Bradbury Committee, Misses M Duggan, N Guppy, L Baud, and Messis L M'Phee, J Day and officers Matoh Committee, the President, and Messrs Park, Speed and G Cowan - General It was decided to fix the prioe of members' tickets at 10s for gents and Ja fid for ladies , Opening day was §xed for Mon day, ?^th in»t, when 'a inised dou blee tonrnainmtwill be played The secretary was instructed to make inquiries and obtain an esti mate ot the post of a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

Nurse Evans o! Taimania and Victoria, write* her opinion of CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I have been nursing for twenty years in Tas mania and Victoria, so my experience covers a lengthy period. When patients are weak and low, a nunc must know the best medi cine to give a patient. Some I have nursed have been so ill I never could bave taken their case onty I knew Clements Tonic would quickly restore them to health. What I am writing is founded on ex perience that amongst all medicines Clements Tonic is first. It is the nurses' friend, a reliable medicine that will restore the sick to health. (SiEDcd) KURSE EVANS." s 1,-fpp Medici It < tui.Tii a: ai . VIPA HON, a:i sTcr.:.3 ,ai chemists sell it. Notice to Farmers HAVING erected an up-ro.date Weigh. bridge. I am now prepared to do all kinds of weighing at reasonable rates. 1 I am also prepared to bny Wheat in any quantity, and pay caeh for same as soon as it i-pui over Weighbridge, as I have bo-n • appointed Lucal Kcpresentfttire f...

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