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Close Season. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

Close Season. Black fish from lab September lo 3let December, both dalCB inclusive. English trout, from 1st May to 31st August. Note—Any. person fishing with a net or lixed engine, in any rivor, creek, or stream, or ' within such distance cjom tho moutl\ thorcof, as may be procluiinttj by the Governor* in-Cp.uncil, shall be liable: \q a penalty of not less tbesa $3, ui^Te tjjan Murray broarn, Murray cod and Murray porch, from 1st October to 30th November each-year, both dates inclusive Penalty.—Any person taking, soil ing, or exposing for sale during close season far any species of fish, any fish or such species, shall bo liable to u penalty not exceeding £120 Weights.—:B!nck huh, <1 ozsbream, f) ozs; oiitlisb, 1 ozs; Murray cod, 1-Jj lbs i Murray perch, 8 ozs ; t/out of ul! kiiuly not to be under 6 ozs. Any person taking, selling, or exposing for saie, or having possession of any fish of tho species mentioned of i\ !osa weight than tho weight tot-uftor the name of such f...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Nagambie Waterworks Trust. Balance-Sheet for Year ended 31st December, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

Nagambie "Water-works Trust. Balance-Sheet for Year ended 31st December, 1913. General Revenue Account. Dcc. 91—To Interest on Loan £113 16 3 Jan. 1—By Balaoco Goulbum Shire Pumping Maintcnanco of main ... ... Miscellaneous expenses ..; New main . Salaries ... ' Guarantee and Association fees Petty oash ... ... Bank Charges Audit Fees Kent of office Printing and advertising ... Rates abandoned Interest ,. ... Meter a/c ,, ... Depreciation account ... ... ,, Reserve account... Balance ISO Rates, current j 13 9 Meter account, current 3 10 0 Standpipesales... 14 2 10 Interest on rates in Arrears 31 0 0 Sale of pipes ... 4 2 G 2 15 3 0 10 0 . 4 10 1 2 10 0 8 11 8 3 15 0 0 5 7 • • 3 10 £532 14 10! 377 8 0 48 14 3 Receipts and Expenditure. Jan. 1—To Balance Rates current ., arrears Meter charges current Sales from Standpipo i. of pipes • Interest on r?tcs in arrears... £•25 3 0 Pec. 31—By Goulbum Shiro 340 0 0 pumping 19 15 C Maintenance of main 7 9 9 Ncwmain 39 11 0 Balancc on Contract ....

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

Yes, ^ylands Only. (^-^(|::5)o<$;5)o(5;5)o The s.s. Nereliana Has Arrivod at Molbourno Wharf, bringing Eleven Oases and Bales of Drapery FROM Rylands & Sons, London, FOR A, E. GADD, ""SK-. And it is by far tlie BEST BOUGHT Merchandise in the Lake City. These Packages Are now bsing opened out, and the goods will be marked in PLAIN FIGURES, so that purchasers run no risk .of deception in the slightest degree. The above-mentioned shipment is undoniably the best all-round value in tho world's rnarkot to-day. 3) Important! Hahn's Corsets. K Tlie Up-to-date, Latest S (E improved Corset. « ' Tlie First Shipment just to hand. See the Corset that will revolutionise the Corset world. All models and sizes now showing. Inspection Invited. ^ | SOLE AGENCY $ I D. BROWN'S I Cowan & Co j ® Tinva' it.rirl YnntVia' WintfiP Wfiio'lit, 9 i ! Boys' and Youths' Winter Weight Tweed and Serge Suits — In n great Variety of Styles, at Popular Prices. — Boys' Wool Jersey Suits. A go...

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

INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES. SILVER STAR STARCH Th> BEST in Hit WorM. . Why fore; children to take cutor oil when "LAXETTES" ire equally as effective and as pleasant ai a chocolate crcam. All chemist^ ai^ itorekeepera, 1/- and 2/6, or Ponw & C<)^ S^amtoMt, Mellj. Scad tit free °umgl« Gregory's "wahehtg "stores. All Plowing* Requisites 011 Hand. Plow Sliares, all brands. Plow Reins. Rope. Plow Chains Bluestone, Etc. suits to Measure. Come and Inspect our Now Pattern Books. All tlio Lutest Styles Shown. Suits to Measure from 35 s. "Wahring Stores. - ' ■ . Winter T»ny Orpwood's —nM Nov is the Time To Secure your Clotliiug for the Cold Weather WW" TONY ORPWOOD Can supply you with tho latest in— Overcoats, Rug's, Sweaters, Socks, -Hats, Crimean Shirts, Oilskins, Driving* Gloves, Mufflers, Collars, Ladies' Rain Coats, Ladies' Cos tumes. . . . Call in and inspect. Ne-w "Winter Goods Have arrived for the Tailoring* De partment. Call and Inspect. Tony ORPWOOD, Tailor &a...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

Current- Topics. . From the reports forwarded to the Immigration Department from time to time it would seem that the youths that are arriving here from the old world turn out 011 the whole much more satisfactorily than a number of the adults. Some con tingents of the latter certainly give one the impression of the waster and the ne'er-do-well, while the younger men and boys often appear fresh and energetic. Some of the immigrants, that look little more than lads are husbands and fathers of one or two children. It seems that in some parts of England, marriages are contracted much earlier than here, although the wages of the bridegroom would be hardly deemed sufficient by some young fellows here to keep them in cigarettes and allow them "a bob or two to put 011 a horse." However I no one wants to see the standard of | remuneration lowered in Australia, and although there is a good deal [ of silly extravagance and frittering away the money, the spender of ( which may need in the near f...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Glencairn Golt Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

Glencairn Goi! Club. A mixed foursome was played on the links on Wednesday after noon. There was a good attend ance and competition was keen, the winners being Mrs. W. A. Gordon and Mr. R. A. Hothara, with a card of 45—scr—-45. .Re sults:— - Gs. Hp. Nt. MrsGordon&Mr.RA.Hotham 45 Scr 45 Mrs Clarko & Mr A. M'Pheo... 56 8 50 Miss 0. Hayes & Dr Davies ... 51 Set 51 Miss C..Hayes & Mr T. Willis 51 8 51 Miss Cowan & Mr Handfield... 57 1 Mrs Davics & Mr E. Caelli ... 5G 2 Mis3 Coo & Mr G. Cowan ... 59 1 Mrs M'Lcod & Mr Gordon ... 58 2 Mrs Swift & Mr Caclli ... G2 5 Mrs Cnclli & Mr Riviere ... Gl 2 Miss Ncwnham & Mr Speed ... Gl 4 Mrs Miller & Mr Ross ... TO 9 Miss Symesit MrO'Donoghuo GG 2 Miss Davics & Mr J. C. Cowan 74 U Mrs Kilgour Mr M'Lcod ... 71 5

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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THE SENIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

THE SENIORS. Intending players are requested to sign their applications for registration as early as possiblo. Forms may bo signed with tho President or Secretary, and according to the rules of the Association they must bo sent to that body by June 1.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Snapshots. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

Snapshots. I A number of golfers representing the Nagambie club visited Tallarook 011 Saturday for the opening of the links. I On Wednesday, 21st ult., repre sentatives of the Glencairn club j journeyed to Seymour to help cele drate the opening of the season. The usual monthly meeting of tilt Goulburn Shire Council will be held 011 Monday next. The Waterworks Trust commis sioners will assemble on Monday evening,, to deal with the business of the Trust. Mr A. G. Ashley lias been passed through as an Associate Member of i the Victorian Institute of Electrical Engineers. I At a meeting of the Bailieston School Committee on Friday even ing last Messrs F. J. r,e Doux, C. J. Mason, W. E. Cochrane, G Jones (correspondent) and C Cruz were appointed for the ensuing term. It was decided to write to the Edu cation Department, asking to have a door placed in north end of school and also to have pump affixed to underground tank. Mr A. McI,eod shot a monster eagle in Messrs Baxter Bros.' pad dock...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Chrysanthemum Festival. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

Chrysanthemum Festival. Wc publish some further particulars of tho Chrysanthemum Festival which were not availablo for last week's issuo. Tho names of tho ladies who woro in charge- of the refreshment room wero omitted in the tho previous report. Those in charge, of that department were the Mesdames Davics and F, Hill, assisted by the Hisses Molly and Marion Davics, Hill and Carter. Tho second evening of tho Festival was a most; successful one. In tho absenco of tho Reotor, Mr jas. H. Lester very capably acted as chairman. Tho musical programme arranged by tho secretary wa3 an oxcellont ono, and addod much to tho ovening'a amnscmont. Those who assisted woro the Messrs Harold Lobb, Brown, Cowan, W. S. Baud and Chadwick, togother with Mes dames F. Ilill, and Taylor, and tho Misses Nolan, Riviere, Bourke, Forbes and Li_and J. Baud. Tho musical items on each oc casion woro much appreciated, tho ono on Thursday evening being particularly good. Mr Brown, a visitor at tho Woir, camo specia...

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

For Bronchial Coughs), tako Woods' Great Foppormiut Cure, 1/6 "LAXETTES" Aperient Chocolate Square* Safe -Effectivc—Dcliclous. Wl»c mothers will ills aril nauaeoua caator oil. All chemists anil storekeepers. 1/- and 2/6 j or Bowcn St Co., Swanston-st., Melbourne. Send for free sample.

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Nagambie Football Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

Nagambie Football Club. ANNUAL MKUTINCr. Tho annual mooting of Uio Nagambio club was hold at M'Donald's Hotol on Wednesday ovoning. Tho President (Mr W. H. M'Lood) occupiod tho chair, and thero was a good attendance. Tho minutes of tho last annual meeting wero road ami confirmed, and tho balanco shcot dealing with last season's operations was submitted to tho meeting. This showed that tho expondituro | amounted to.C17l 10/0. and tho recoipts to I JE17-1lG/'J. I Mr Tony Orpwood, in moving tho adop- | tiou of tho balanco-shcet, congratulated tho , secretary on tho way ho had brought tho club out. Thoy wcro in a good Association last year, and had dono well in it. Thorc wore plenty of playors about tho district, and tbcro was no reason why thoy should not have a good penior team in tho coming season. There was a rather largo itom on tho biil,N)co.&hcot in regard to the paymont of playcrH, but this season, ho belioved, they intended to run on strictly amateur lines,"1 and if tho...

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

Do You Know THAT .... J. F. Greenwood j,_JAS secured for u definite term the Mil J. M'DONAM), who ia ii First-class Farrier and Agricul tural tSmitli. Ltito Furrier to the Melbourne Carrying Co. und Mutineer of Fuiriield Shoeing Forge, Melbourne; nlso four ycais with Micholson A Morrow, Melbourne und Shcppurton ; also •is First Smith nn Plows, ] futvo^torp. Combs, etc., und General Farm Machinery. Securing the . . . FmsT Piiiziis For Light ami Heavy Shoeing at Sheppnrton Show in 191 J. The following in a Testimonial from Mr Adams, ono of the loading horse breeders mid judges* for tbo Hoyul Agricultural Society of Victoria: — "JJaifold," via Kynetou. This is to certify that, Mr J. M'Donald when at llcdesdnlc shod to my entire satis* fuel ion nil my Show horses, which woro exhibited at Melbourne, Grand National, Hondigo und lvynoton Shows, i luivo no hesitation in saying that they woro all neatly and carefully shod, and itwustho talk of tho district, I wish that Mr M'Donnld was back h...

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BAILIESTON FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

liAIUUSTON J'OOTHArjj CI.UI!. A meeting of the abovo was hold on Friday ovening, May 12th, in tho Bailicston school room, about twenty-one members being present. Oftico-bcarcrs wero olocted for tho season, Mr C. Parfrey, sou., boing ro-eloctcd it, Messrs \V. I'j. Cochrano and .Tamos Bailey vico-presidonts, and Mr C. J. Mason, hon. secretary. It was moved that a vote of thanks bo accordod tho rotiring secretary, Mr G, Wedmoro, for bis services during bis torm of officc. It was decided to join tho District Junior Association, and Mo.^rs W. Heath and W. B. Cochrano wcro olected delegates. A selection committee comprising Messrs Mawson, Pettiforand the captain was elcctcd. Mr L. 'Stevens .ms appointed timokeopor, and Mr C. I'arfroy goal umpiro. A praoticc match will be played on tho Bailieston recroation ground to-morrow (Saturday). Tho prico of mem bcr'rf tickots for tho season was fixed at 3/ Wahring aro bringing a strong combina tion of playors forward this yoar under the leadership ...

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ODD BETS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

ODD BETS. A strange wager was made in on« of the London clubs some years ago that will doubtless point a moral. It was that a ccrtuln mem ber could not, within two hours, on London llridgc, sell one hundred ne\y guineas ut a penny apiece, The man took , his place on the bridgi with a little tray, on which he had the coins. He informed the passers by that they were genuine gold coins from tlu» Bunk of England* and they were to bo had for a penny each. The cartmnn and policeman laughed nt him, When the time e.v pircd, such is human Incrdulity that he lind sold but two, which a maidservant bought to amuse her two little charges. Another peculiar bet mado in Lon* don was by a well-known barris« tor, for a large amount, that ht would, at a certain hour, block fleet Street in the busiest part oi jL^e day, anil at the narrowest point, flalf 11 lump |Afon? the"'appointc<) tipie he tpok his slaw} pit the op posite side of the street from tje Insurance ofllep which had a largi Hon ...

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Junior Football. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 8 May 1914

Junior Football. A mooting of tho Association vras hold nt Mason's Criterion Hotol on Saturday oven mg last, tho Prcsidont, Mr A. M. Orpwood, occupying tho chair. Tho following dele, gates woro present:— , ^ Nagambio—Messrs II. McDonald and II. , | Ciundry; Mitohellstown—Messrs Stuchborry and O'Connor; BaiHcston—C. Mason and I ii. Smith; Wahring — Mcssra Brill and i Orpwood. | Tho abovo toams have again entered the ! I Association, and r start will bo made at an ! early dato. | It was dccided to call applications for tho position of umpires at a salary of 15/. nor j mutch. ! All matches are lo be played on Cohen's ground, which has been f.tid out an 1 mado up-to-date. Notieo of motion was given to amend Rule 28, What constitutes a senior player ?" A final meeting of the As~oci.ition will bo hold on Saturday evening next, May 'Jth, when tho registration of pl.iyers will bo dealt with. Secretaries of clubs are re quested tc forward list not later than Satur day night.

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BLOODHOUNDS AND CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 15 May 1914

BLOODHOUNDS AND CRIME, A report made to Major Uichard son, the well-known breeder, I>,v the nuporintendent of police itt Snhar nnpur, l/nitcd Provinces of India, relates how a bloodhound tracked down a dacoit gang wh<> had es caped after u robbery. The line of the dacoits' retreat wa.s indicated by a quantity of missiles which the robbers had discarded, ami the do# was put on the trail the next morn« Jng, with the result that he tracked down three men, whose arrest led to the apprehension of twelve others. On another occasion the hound proved his value in very dilUcult ; circumstances. Uaeoits were beaten ! oil in an attack oil u bullock-curt, j and |en hours later the auiiiuil wuk (■faced on tin-ir troil. Although the footmarks ceaseij jifter -i> yards, the hound made off across country until he came to a village, through which he passed, and ended up at a house in a Sansla suUlement to the far side of the \ Hinge, where a inun namid Mara was arrested. An amusin...

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HOW TO KEEP YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 15 May 1914

HOW TO KEEP Y0Ui\0. "H.ipid movement is »ot onU :l pleasure. hut a necessity ." :: ',vs :'!l oithortl*. "The arlci'tr'- m-ed nn (•X, i'ssi\i' How of hlood -,\{ it!', er • c.l■< to Keep them in good ru:i lili•» '. for (hey are constructed for l.ie du>s wluMt man gained hi- foml I y his licet noss of fool and length <»f j wind. They two 1 iK<* pii-r:r of I t''- I her piping which lose ih-i/ elasti city ami acquire from «!•'< blond a calcereous deposit, if Hi'.v • «'*• are dis;<mled. H is a v.'U-rei., ni>ed fact thai man N ;o. old !•:> his arteries. If they are s.ipj.le. ho feels Anil the only v. ay to l.eep t In in supple is to .stretch them I \ a fall current of hlood. thro'.iph o.NertiMim the lur^o muscle mis ■"» of ihf hody." Il has hcen found in the academies that dancing as exercise tu.wl.e lly raises ami develops the eh.v-:. re duces the waist line anil iianvw; the hips while enlarging (he thi-rhv ami calves of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 15 May 1914

JNotice to Farmers HAVING erected an np.to.date Weigh bridge, I am now prepared to do all I kinds of weighing At reasonable rates. I am also prepared to buy Wboat in any quantity, and pay cash for same as soon as it is put over Weighbridge, as I have been appointed Local .Representative for J. Darling & Sone, the well-known AVheat Buyers and Corn-sock Merchants, and can quote Corn.sack6 for next Harvest at lowest rates. Also Agent for Dixon Bros., Chaff and Produce Merchants, and the Koyal Insurance Company. L. CAELLI, Produce Merchant and Sawmillei Railway Station, Nagatnbie. Phone No. 2, £1000 prizes £1000 MELBOURNE EIGHT HOURS ART UNION. Acknoivlidgcd to be one of-the most genu* ine of all the Art Unions trcr held 5UU1 Year 58U1 Year As Popular as Ever The Great Event of the Tew 58th Annivcisary Eight Hours Day | GKAND FKTIi, BAZAAR AND ART I UNION. In aid of (tie Charities (Town & Country) Exhibition buildings, Melbourne, Moaaay, 27th April. Eight Hours. D.iy. Pu...

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BURIED MINERAL WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 15 May 1914

BURIED MINERAL WEALTH. The many ofllctal and unnHicial re ports which are constantly beinj: made an to the potentialilirs and capabilities of the Northern 'IVrri- , t< ry, must, in time, boar fruit. The | ex-director of Lands, Mr. George Hy lands, has added one more drop to the bucket of valuable information re the natural resources ol the Ter ritory ; and he Rives, as a reason for the apparent lack of enthusiastic settling in that country, the fact that most people hang back to sec jtonie preparatory work done, also to form an idea of what the future policy is likely to be, before putting their luck to the test. That settlers should display a hesi tancy in risking their time, health, and money in a comparatively un known land, is only natural, and hat: been the case in all parts of the world where settlement is in embryo. California went through its time of probation. Its vast, spaces, untra vcrscd by road or railway, were re garded with suspicion by the popu lous east A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 15 May 1914

tf " ' ^ MEU KALCal© M 0 SNI 3 nearly Driven Ittafl nigbt and Day, But elements Conic CURED HER Neuralgia by Clemeuts T aeut Irom 411 Cljreodon Street, South Melbourne, b.6il CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "For the benefit of those who suffer from Neuralgia I should like to tell them of my cure. 41 It is a few years back X had that complaint, and it lasted for the best part of five yean. Many people said it had become chronic wiui me—that I would never get rid of it—and I got to believe their opinion correct, for doctors' advice and prescriptions did not have the least effect. I used numerous other medicines and re* medies, until I was despairing of ever getting better. This affected my general health. I became thin and weak, and put years on to my appear ance. One old lady who came into our shop strongly advised me to use Clements Tonic, and it is just marvel* lous how your Tonic cured me of Neuralgia and built up my health in general. From the second bottle I was on the roid to recovery, f ...

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