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Chrysanthemum Festival. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 1 May 1914

Chrysanthemum Festival. The ladies of St. John's Cluirch Guild'. bold thoir annual Floval Festival on Wednesday awl Thurs day, in I lie Mechanics' Hall, which i proved a vory successful ono in spito of the difficulty encountered owing to the dearth of flowers in tluj district, caused through (lie recent dry season. Although tho entries in tho Horn 1 sections were small as compared with previous your?, still they wove much better than was anticipated. The Mowers exhibited., taken as a whole, were . very high-class specimens, and I wero recognised as such by tho ladies who were judging. The entries for the other sections were up to the nvtrago as regards num ber and quality. Tho hull was very tastefully decorated, chiotly with rose green, ivy and nrtilirir.l flowers, mid reflected great credit on tho ladies who ornamented same. Tlio supper room wns arranged and decoratcd (|uite ctjiml to Hie Wattle and other first-class cafes in tlio city, and tlio ladies responsible for that room are...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Graytown Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 1 May 1914

Qraytown Jottings. I Tho friouds of Mrs W, Forgusou, Sour. ! will bo pleaeod to learn that sbo is progress , ing favourably iu tho Hcathcoto Hospital, ' wbero sha has boou receiving treatment for about a fortnight. Mrs J. Ferguson, Juur, and her mother Mrs Burrows, wore returning from Sandy Creek last Monday evening, and whilo going down a hill one of tho straps of tho breech tug broko and tho horeo began to kick. Tboy jumped from tho phaeton and the horse theu boltod. It sooo rau asainstsomo , saplings and freed itself from tho vohiclc, and thou galloped homo, giving much alarm to tho friends at tho ladios, Qcarch parties wont out and were roloived to find JIrs Ferguson qnd hor baby aud mother un* injured* Eight Hours' day was kopt up hero by | what was .practically a combined school pionio'of tho Gray town and Moormbool: West State Schools, Although thoMoorm* | bool school committee declined to tako part i officially, almost every family was present, ' making tho gathering as a pi...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Nagambie Police Court. Before Hr E. W. Hill and Mr A. E. Gadd, J's.P. LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 1 May 1914

Nagambie Police Court. Before Hr E. W. Hill ami Mr A. E. Giwld, J's.P. LARCENY. Henry Ifalford was charged with stealing a pair of blunlccts and throo single sheets, valued nfc ill 15s, from Mcintosh's Tabilk Hotel. Senior Constable Swanwick prose cuted. J. Mcintosh, licensee of the Tabilk Hotol, deposed that be know accused as Arthur Campbell, who had been in his omploy about four months as groom, leaving on tho 6th April. Tho blax^kcU and sheets produced were bin property, and wero missed on tho 19th April. Ho did not give accuscd per misison to tako thorn awav. Mara Cesar,-married woman, residing at Nngnmbio, said sho know accuscd as Arthur Campboll. Ho visited thoir fruit shop oc casionally. About threo days after last St. Patrick's day ho came to the shop, when ho had a pair of blankets with him, which ho gave to her, saying, " Horc's a pair of blankets for you." She took tho blankets and put them on hov bed, The blankets produced in court wore the samo, which sho handed over t...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Junior Football. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 1 May 1914

Junior Football. A meeting of the Wahring Foot balKClub was held ou Saturday, 25th inst., when the balance-sheet was read and adopted, and the club placed in a financial position. Messrs. P. Henphy and J. Tonkin were re-elected President and Sec retary, and judging by tho good attendance of players and sup porters at the meeting the club is assured of a prosperous season. Association meeting at Mason's Criterion Hotel on Saturday night next. ~ Bailieston and Mitclielltown Clubs are anxiously awaiting the bounce of the ball. Nagmabie Juuiors aro confident of putting a strong team on tho field, and are going to have a big bid for the Mason Cup. Tho 3 uniors aro requested:to note that the new ground (Cohen's) is in proper order, and players can assemble there at any time.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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BIOLOGY OF NATIONS. THE BALKAN WAR A GREAT LESSON. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

I BIOLOGY OF NATIONS. TI1K 11A1.KAN WAlt A CHEAT I KKSSOX. (»y (JAHHHTT r. SKIiVISS.) Thi' wur In the Haitian IVninsuli j is u emit lesson i" t Ito biology I (life science) of nations. A new J nation striving to reach the sea resembles a lusty child breaking from iik nurse to' exercise its legs and expand its'lungs on tho fresh green meadows in (ho park. Trade ami commerce and contact with the outer world uro tho oxy {ren'that quickens the life-Mood of a people. The sea is the highway of ihe earth. It. is the opmj air without which no vigorous nations can live and urow. When jealous rivals cut .such a nation oil from (he sea they doom U to a hard fate. Glance at n map of Kastern Kurope ami you will understand in an instant why the Balkan nations, feeling the inspiration of these modern days of universal human contact, arc fighting for outlets to i the Black Sea, the Aegean and the Adriatic. It means life or death to them. It is a struggle against asphyxiation. Look particularly at S...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WIRELESS ENTHUSIASTS IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

WIRELESS ENTHUSIASTS IN NEW ZEALAND. There are alout fifteen »r n r.c \ tvireless enthusiasts in Xc.u* Xe-lanJ . To follow up this hobby tha cxiKri- . menters must obtain an annua*, guinea licence from the Postmaster General—this entitling them to run < their own wireless telegraphy systrn for experimental purposes only, anc i pledging them not to divulge any in-, formation that cyme's their way. Tha largest cathedral |a Eji^la'd if Ihnt of York,

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GILBERT & SULLIVAN [?] [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

GILBERT & SULLIVAN l!B-"i"AL. j At last Australia is to en oy ai'J- J rival of Gilbert and Sullivan's inimi table operas. A new company, which Is to visit this country will give tht flrst of its Australian performances m Melbourne, towards the end ol June.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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OUR SUMMER VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

OUR SUMMER ViSllOi?3. The theory of bird-migration fa tin? ; to Gilbert White, mul subsequent o:»- i pervntion has since established it us : a scientific tact. The ro;i=nn vhiel* drives these frail little bo.il:a sc many thousands of miles is hard tc liml ; as. In Australia, at any rate, a summer climate ar.d plentiful food supply may always be found. Whether the necessary em-r^y which drives these timid little hlrd;\ some times ten thousand miles away, braving dangers, enemies, and elc ments, is supplied by in;t'no( ot sheer wanderlust, it is not gi»vnti: humans to know. The fact rerainf that from the end of Mirchon, un til the first real snap of co'd, tho i sands of birds, big and little, may ht seen forming thrnmlvcu into ccm panics to begin their Ion;? (light. Tht thrifty and far-sight:d on;s Iravc their southern home early in ih: sea son and so take things easily, avow ing time for a rest and feeding inter val in Northern Australia, to pre pare themselves for their long sen fly...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

Mail Arrangements. Mails despatched for Melbourne rtose at 8.5 a.m. and 6.}o p.in, daily. T.P.O.—17 (down) <935 a.m. daily. „ i7 (up) 6.30 p.m. Seymour 8.15 a.m. «nd 6.30 pap. Murebison at 9,33 a.m. and 6.30 pjai. Goulburn Weir at 10,40 a.m. on Monday Wednesday and Friday, also Bailieslon Sontb. ' Angastown at 1040 a.m. on Monday { Wednesday, and Friday, also Wirate. Grey town, Wiirate and Wattle* vale, 1040 a.m. Tuesday, Thurwby and Qatusdiv.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1914. Local and General. GOULBUIIN WEIR SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

®hr -jpgaiubie iimw FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1914. Local and General. GOULBUIIN WEIIt SCHOOL COMMITTEE. Our Goulburn Woir correspondent writes: —An cnthusiatic and well attended meet ing of tho newly-formed School CommiUeo was hold in tho Woir Hall on- Saturday evening, tbo 2nd inst., at which tbo follow ing wero present:—Mr W. J. Dav (Chair man), Mrs Toohoy (Correspondent), Mrll. 8. Parris (Troasuror), and Messrs R. Miller, H. M'Lood, D. Toohoy, Wedmore, Moore, Lucas, Baldi, and Miss R. Breniou. It was. unanimously dccidod to hold a picnic on Empiro Day, 22nd May. In tbo morn ing of that day patriotio addresses on the British Empire, Union Jack, otc., will bo delivered by the teacher, and school will be dismissed at 12.16. At one o'clock dinner, provided by tbo parents and friends, will bo given to tbo scholars, and tbo afternoon will bo spout in races, different games, swinging, see-sawing, otc,, after which tea wil) bo partaken of. In tho evening a splendid couccrt, composed of renditions ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

ijcsaa ^ CURED ol 1 CHRONIC RHEUMATISM BY THE CONSISTENT USE OF CLEMENTS TONIC Mr. l'KHD. DIAMOND. J.P., of No. 6 Kosedale Street, Petersham, w)>o*e J declamtiou is heic i>uMwhtd, is one i of the oldest aud best-known j>rew I a&euls pf K.6.W. lie »ufiered from ' Rheumatism, and tried all maimer , a of meau* <o Kel bark M* health. All * fa these failed until fye trthis blood* a, A twrifyiuguicdxiue. IId>v long fy; took -3 U to rid hi8»)fctemo{lhcpoisoiis),vhicji 3 (; caused his sgenifing pais aud tor- j g Bitot i» best lold j» Ms own word*: 9 ^ To CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., g h 44 Fr«a May to tbo eid of Octclar, J> 1912, I suffered agocies witb acnte j MUSCUUft RHEUMATISM. Ankles, x kaees, tad tbotlder joints wero svrollea 3 * cod painfil, with excraciatisg pitas ta & ay back* 1 was io a wrelefced aod ' beipUsa coadition, could tared; 11 •t#od, I completely lost appetite and sleep it pijbt. I bad tba best medical tdrict, Tarfciifr ud bet ulNvittr b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

Tho buabman roigued up at (be ball And skipped dowu from his haok| A voioo came-from the open door) "D'yo act tho bottlo, Jaok?" Then Jaok dived for biu saddlo btfp* "I did, old ohap; for aure Old BUI will soon be well—Iv'e got The Woods' Great Peppermint COM IT

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HUXLEY'S AUSTRALIAN TERM. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

HUXLEY'S AUSTRALIAN TERM. I 1 To most people it will pro'oably conic as a surprise to liw a <.<f tlu dose bond which connocte.l Hr.^i y to Australia. When only xvr : having passed hie medical cxiiiniru tion. but being too young lo ».u.l y at the College of Surgeons, liuxloy decided to fill in the necessary wait ing-time by joining the Navy. After a few months ho secured V.\q post of assistant-surgeon on tha "Rnttlesnnke," which was un'.cr 'hi command of Captain Stanley, K.> and which the English Gowrnvcit dcfipatached to the Southern Heii* sphere to survey the coasts of New Guinea, Australia, and the Louisiade Archipelago. ' This appointment gave the ardent . natural scientist his opportunity, and his own words show that he deter mined to take ample advanta-c of it. In a letter to his sister, l.e wrote, "New Guinea, a? you may be aware, is a place almost unknown, ■ and our object is to bring back a j full account of its geography, geo- j logy and natural his...

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FOOTBALL. WAKANGA—NORTH-EAST ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

FOOTBALL. WAKANGA—NOltTlt-EAST ASSOCIA TION. Thoflrstamuiftlmootingof thcW.N.H.F.A was hotel at Mcintosh's Tabilk Hotel, Na. ganibio, on Friday evening, 1st inat. Dele gates representing Euroa (Messrs Hooves and ttitWlo), Murohison (Messrs Parker ami Kearney), Avenol (Mr Kelly), Beymnnr (Mr Mulhnll) and Ntigambio (Messrs McTeod and Swanwick, wore present, together with Iho Fecrotnry (Mr Showan). The Hush worth club was not represented, hut it was definitely stated that thoy intended to join , (ho Association again, and could ho depended j upon to conio in. Tn tlio absence of tho President (Mr l'arsons) Mr Mulhnlt was voted to the chair. (The first business of tho meeting was to deal with tho report and balance-sheet for tho season 1910. This showed that aftor ill expenses there was a profit of £l2.'}/I/-2, * which had beoa divided equally between tho i.i\- clubs comprising the Association. In moving tho adoption of the' report and liiilnncc-sheet Messrs McLeod, Keeves and Mulhall ex...

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Hallway Time-table. Passenger trains depart from the local railway station, daily, as follow:— [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

Hallway fimMable, Passenger trains depart from the local railway station, daily, as fol low :— A.M P.M Up Train, Melbourne 8.39 7,30 i Down Train, Cobram 9.55 6.55

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THE PROPOSED NEW ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

THE PROPOSED NEW ASSOCIATION. Gn Thund&y, 80th ult., Mesara MulhaU j and M'lvor, accompanied by representatives (com the Hagaubie (Mr 0. Cox) and Mur cbison clube, attended (he meeting hold at Tatura o! the Qoulburn Valley Plstnpt Foot ball League (formerly the Qoulbura Valloy District Football Aasooiatlon) and urged the iuuluBion of their olubs In tho League and its division into two sections,^ The delegates present wore favorably {oppressed with the schema suRKestcd by tlio Seymour club, but onsulorcfj it too late to go on with it this • son. 1 hoy advised (.ho clubn wishing to admission to draw up a complolo stihunL it to thorn during thu year, whon fnr M f'lmV 'tri f;lvor:llj|° consideration lor tIk; 11115 season.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

Miss V. Bourke Advanced Grade R.A.M, and K.O.M. SUCCESSOR TO MISS N. BAUD. Begins Teaching Tuesday, 27th Jan., Idli. Violin & Piano. miss L. G. GiilDanRs (Former Student of Melbourne Conscrvntorium) Tuition will commence on Wednes day, 4th February Intending Pupils should enrol at once. Pupils will be coached for Exams it required. Address C'o Mrs 1. Bell, Hight St. School of Music. Nagambio. Next R. Elsbury's Cycle Depot, YACAXC1ES for a few advanced Students, or beginners, who wish to learn Violin, Piano, Singing. Quick ad vancement guaranteed Pianos and Organs tuned and repaired. R. J. PECHOTSCH, Bandmaster and Instructor. Victorian Producers' Co operative Co. Ltd. Begisteked Office : Wool Exchange Buildings, 495 Collins Street, Melbourne. w J. Williams ISHES to notify th.it be has been appointed Local Agent (or the above Cottip.iiiy, and all cnnmumu iuns acurtsaea to Nogantbie Pott Olftce will receive prompt attention. Agent loi all clashes ol M-chincry, Harwell a Manure...

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FOOTBALLERS ON STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

i'oo'niAi,i,rcns on strikk. At the annual mectintfof thoTntura Foot- ' hall Club, il was resolved to cnforco tho i existing rulo tlmtall players should become 1 | linancial members of tlio club beforo thev I ; are e igihlo to play. A similar rulo has been I adopted by all tho Vnlloy cluba. Tlio com- ! initlcc in insisting upon* tho observance of i this rulo find tint sovnral of tho old player I doclmo to submit to the proposal. In other 1 words ft strike has taken placo. It is not ' anticipated that perious troublo will occur, I but tho position is being freely discussed in local football circles. The mattor wm also I discussed by tho cominittco at a meeting on I Wednesday evening, when it was decided to ! hold a special meeting on Friday, 8th May, ' to consider tho new position created, '

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POSTAL RATES AND RECULATIONS [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 — 8 May 1914

POSTAL' RATE8AND REGULATIONS [Where the terra "The ComSAon wealth" it tued in oonnootion with th<sso rata and regulation* it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. For every } ounce or fraction thereof. Far doKvery within tho Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in the British Em pire .. 0 1 For d«Krery in tho Now Hob rides, Banks, and Torres Island* ..0 2 For delivery in othor places ..♦ 0 2 J LETTER OABDS. For dolivery within the Common wealth: Single, Id. oaoh; roply, Id. each half. For delivery in tho British Empiro (seo list of places under "Letters )—Sin gle. Id. eaoh. For delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, And Torres Islands—Siugle, L'd. each.' For delirery in other places— Single, 2td. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with the Id. stamp, and Reply or doublo cards, each of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may be transmitted fc> place# within, the Commonwealth, and to thoae places, enumerated under •Vjetters," to which lette...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

Corner STATION & IUfM-l-Strcets, NHGTTMBIE. ,i. ^a'BS'B'dJssa (Late of Kyabr.nn. BEGS (o Notify llic Public of .Vaganibie and ilistiict Hint ho lias taken over the above Hotel from Mr .1. Bany aiul trusts by strict attention to business to merit a fair share of patronage. Goon Accommodation (louo Htam.ixg MoDKKA'l'K TliHMS A'l'rKNTIVK flKOOM Best Brands ol Wine1-, and Spirits. 11 1 Criterion Hotel. L. MASON ■ (Lato Mr A Lever) Wishes to announce to Hie residents of N'agambie and District that lie lias taken over the business of the above well ' known Hotel, and intends to cater for patrons by supplying ''est ill everything. Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Groom. Victoria Ale MARKILT.nr The \hlley Hotel, NflGHffiBIE. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. 8 lis. C. Piaitefli. 1 (LATE OK WAIIRIKC.) TTAVING taken possession of the JLJl above Hotel, informs her friends and the public generally (hat every endeavor will he made to make them comfortable when they pay a call. Ail ...

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