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Goulburn Shire Council. Monday, May 11, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 15 May 1914

Goulburn Shire Council. Monday, May 11, 1914. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Goulburn Shire Council was held on Monday. There were pre sent Cr Keady (President), and Crs Deane.penim.CiimminsandNissen. Apologies were received from Crs Gordon, Wilson aud Brodie. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed on the motion of Crs Cummins and Derum. Correspondence. Outward correspondence was ap proved 011 the motion of Crs Derum and Cummins. Inward correspondence was dealt with as follows .— From Leslie Davies, Jas. Forbes, A. Forbes, M. Sinnott and others asking Council to have footway constructed from Prentice to Goul burn-streets, alongside the property of Mr E. W. Hill.—Cr Deaue moved that the matter of footbridge be left in the hanbs of the Central Riding members. Seconded by Cr Cummins and carried. From Municipal Association of Victoria acknowledging receipt of letter enclosing resolution re ex tended terms for repaying loans on wire netting Jpurchase. Received. ' Fr...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 15 May 1914

FOOTBALL. A meeting of the Nagambie Dis trict Junior Football Association was held at Cohen's Hotel on Saturday evening last, when an amount of important business was gone through It was decided to start the Asso ciation matches to-morrow (Satur day), when Mitchellstown play Bailieston, on the Bailieston recrea tion ground, and Wahring play Nagambie,, on Cohen's ground, in Vale street. For the position of umpires four applications wero received, and a ballot being taken, Messrs David son and G. Jones were appointed ■ Delegates from thg senior club were present in regard to Rule 28. It was sought to gain permission for juniors to play several matches with seniors, but after a general dis cussion it was thought that for the protection of juniors and seniors alike the rule allowing a junior to play three, matches with seniors be loft as it stands, but the following senior players were granted peimits to play with both seniors and juniors during season:—A Harring ton, Mitohellstown; A C...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 15 May 1914

Current Topics. .It lias from time to lime been elicited in connection with prosecu tions for sly grog selling, that persons found on licensed premises at a time during which such pre-' mises are not permitted to be open to the public for the sale of liquor, such persons not having a lawful ex cuse for being found therein are liable to a fine, people discovered in a "shanty" cannot lie proceeded , againstunlesstheyhavesomeconiiec i tion with the selling of liquor with- [ out a licence. This seems strange and it certainly is u species of | anomaly that persons found in a' place where at any rate it is lawful to sell liquor for the greater part of the twenty-four hours, should be i deemed gitilly of an offence, while ' those found on the premises where it is not lawful to sell it at any time should escape scot free. j A proprietor, at whose establish-, ment "French dinners" are served' —with wine given in—was prose-' cuted In the City the other day for sellincr limior without n llrnnr...

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

Do You Know THAT .... J. F. Greenwood | | AS seemed for a delimit* form the x 1 *p» vices of— M li .1. MMJUNAU), I Kirst-clttHS FurritM' ami Agvieul | t urn 1 .Smiili.* ]<:,(o Farrier to tin* Melbourne t'iirryL'n. and Malinger of F.tiilteld Shoeing Foige, Melbourne; also four yrais wiMi Nicholson .v Monou, Melbourne and Sliepparton ; »Im» is I>*ir>t Smith mi I'lows, Matvesteis, L'mnbs, ete., ami Ueiienil {"'.inn Machinery. Securing lliu . . . FI If ST I'lN/HS Kur Ilijjflit tun! Heavy Shoeing a( Slum* in l!MI. The following is n Testimonial fimn Mr Adams, one of the loaning horse breeders and judges for the Koyal Agrieultuial Society of Victoria; — "Ilarfold," vi;i Kynrton. This is to certify that Mr «T. Ml|>unald when at Kcilcsdiilc shod to my entire t-atis* faction all my Show hordes, which were exhibited at Melbourne, C * rami National, Hondigo and Kyueton Shows. L liavo no hesitation in saying tllat (hey wore nil neatly and carefully shod, and it was tho talk ...

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

Woods' Great Popponniot Cuto, ! For Coughs and Colds, never fails, 1/6 Messrs E. W. Hill & Co's horse j sale will be held ai. their yards to-1 day (Friday). Mr G. Cowell, formerly of the Commercial Bank, Nagambie, but lately of Euroa, has been, trans ferred to Winohelsea.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

A LQM- SERVICE TRAMWAY OFFICER MR, CHARLES ROCK 42 Qiadet! Street. East Brunswick, (or 33 ffMTt in the Melbourne Tramway Coapaoy. writei thii letter (2/4/12), whkKj* special interest. to all Raii wayand Tramway meo, to CLEMENTS TONIC CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "h Decnltr, 1911,1 null coW aaid Kriou plearay. For tkraeiayi teaperatare wu ' 104 degree*. My Yd* wu 4« paiced of, bat tkroafk Ulriif die doctor's advice I lite to-day, ke tdruad uj wife to get Ckaeato. Tooic, u 'THERE WAS LIFE IN THAT MEDICINE.' They , were iiw toae*t word* ke erer ■ etlered, aad I would fan been dead oaly for tkit rraad aiedi- > cist. My wife paia 2/3 for the iiu& kotttei, kad (ke paid £40 ike weald kare kad good raise. 1 km aeea»Utoi letters about CLEMENTS TONIC ia booka ud papcfi, kat.wkatl Bad fault witk it tut tftry writer kai Htterljr failed to five tke proper value «i tkat Bediciae. CHARLES ROCK." A Cairns resident write*: "A line ihewiot tbe reiult of taking ClamenU Tonic. 12 Booths ago 1 kad an ...

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OUR FUTURE CITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

f OUR FUTURZ CITIES. i Tor some considerable time there lias been a decided Rpirit of discon tent Apparent in certain quarters be cause of the total lack, which the past feneration displayed, of any method ot town planning ; and from : which. neglect Australian cities arc , now beginning to suffer. j To protect the interests of future j generation*, on whom such deplor able lack of foresight would react ; in a far more serious manner than upon the present one ; and to edu cate the public generally in an appro- , elation and desire for better living conditions than are at present en- ' joyed in some of our cities, the Aus- ! tralian Town-planning tour, with Mr. ; l\eade as Its orgnniser and head, 1 has for somo time been engaged on its hygienic mission. As a result of its healthful crusade, Mr. Readc re ports on the keen interest and gener ous support which has been offered in Adelaide and Perth. I The naturally gregarious spirit j which dominates the human animal, j and also the mod...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

Miss V. Bourke AtlTfinced C.rftdo K.A.M, nnd K.C.Xt. | SUCCESSOR TO MISS N. ttAUO. j Begins Teaching Tuesday, 27th J»n., 1014.1 PUPILS proparod for all Exams, VvftC* tical and Theoretical of the Univer sity ConwurTRtoruini, Melbourne, and Associated lk»ard, London j YiolitT & Piano.' miss l.Toini)anKs (Former Student i-( Melbourne Consciv.ili'ttiitii) j Tuition will commcncs on Wednes day, 4th Feb: uary 1 Intending Pupil* should c»ro1 at once, Pupils will lw coached for Exams if required. Address C'o Mrs 1. Bell, Hight St. School of Music. N*gAmW>. Next It. Elsbury's Cyclo Depot. "\TACANC1ES for ft few advanced ' Students, or beginners, who wish to learn Violin, Piano, Singing. Quick ad* vROConioni guarantLM.nl Pianos and Organs tuned and repaired. K. J. PECHOTSCH, Bandmaster and Instructor. Victorian Producers' Co operative Co. Ltd. Registered Omcs: Wool. Exchange Bdildin'os, •195 Collins Street, Melbourne. J. Williams \.\7ISHES to notify th;it he has been f t appointed ...

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POSTAL RATES AND RECULATIONB [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 — 22 May 1914

POSTAL RATES AND RECULATIONB [Where the term "The Common wealth" w used in connection with these rates and regulations it includoB Papua, l«\>rd Hotvc iBljind, and Norfolk Island.] LK'ITIOKS. For every i ounce* or fraction thereof. For delivery within tbo Common wealth 0 1 For deliver? in the British Em pire .. 0 1 Tor deliver? in the Now Hebrdes, Banks, and Torres Islands ..0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 2| LETTER CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, Id. each ; reply, Id. each half. For delivery in the British Kmpiro <seo list of places tinder "Letters ')—Sin gle. Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands—Single, 2d. each. For delivery in other places— Single, L'id. each. POST CARDS. Siugle PoKtcartU impressed with the Id. stamp, and Reply or double cards, each hali of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may be transmitted to uiaocs within the Commonwealth, uud those places, enumerated under .t-ers," to which let...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

Life is fall of toil and trouble. If you make it so, And oue'u worries all seem double When you wokouie woo# Don't be always mooting sorrow. | Look the other way } Take Woods' Peppermint Cure to-morrow,. Xou'tl be bright aud gay. Gregory's WAHBING- STORES. All Plowing' Requisites on Hand. Plow Shares, all brands. Plow Reins. Rope. Plow Chains Bluestone, Etc. SUITS to Measure. Come and Inspect ohv Now Putt era Books. All tlio Latest Styles Sliown. Suits to Measure from 35 s. I "Wahring Stores. l&Ouh y, Csdtur^ i'--". I 11^"1 sustains Overcoats! Overcoats! Rainproof Coats. Oilskins, Etc. PREPARE FOR. THE COLD ■WEATHER. From JSOs to 100s. AT Tony 0**pwood's CALL AT ONCE.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

Baroavcincnt Card MU W. WT.KKKS ami FAMILY <l«'Firo ! to ri'Uini fitJfiMK TH A N KS to llioir nmny frit'inln, for loth-rs, ouriln, floral tubulin, nmi ixpv<.'fMotm <>t" sym pathy, alt'D to I'ppriiinlly than* 1H* Davies tor his onroful attmnlanoa. ami Hot Lip thoruo. Mih (Jnmlry, Miss !■. M. Uautl. Mr nml Mr« CaolH. Mran<l Mis I.ambilun, ftu<l i Mm I'iauolli, for kimlnops shown in their ! etui binvuvi'inont.

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Amongst the Seniors. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

Amongst the Seniors. The opening matches of the Goul burn Valley league were played ou Wednesday. Every prospect of Nagambie having a strong team this season. Dumps Robinson and Gillespie have signed on with the locals. The ability of the former as a leather-chaser is well known, and as Gillespie played back in the sticks with Carlton for many years, he will be an acquisition to Na gambie. ... Cliff. Bennett (formerly of Rush worth) and a splendid man on the back line, is also likely "to wear the blue and gold. J. Wilson and A. M'Donald, two of Nagambie's well-known players for years past, are reported to be training, with a view to being in the fun from the 6rst bounce. There appears to be any number of players to pick from at the present time. Rodgers (late of Mooroopna and Nth. Melb.) and White (who played with St. Kilda juniors last season) are working in the district. Other new resident footballers are Farrelly, Dibbons, and Evans, all of whom play ths game well. There are also...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

Church Services Oilmen OK ENGLAND. Kcdor : Hcv. G. W. Carlcr, K.D., Th.b. Sinntay after Ascension 7 p-tn—Choral Kvenpong and Sormon PNESHYTKKIAN. At 11 a.m. ami 7 p.m. Trencher, Nov 0 T Moorhoad METHODIST Morning al 11—Mr .Tcnkiu Evening at 7—Kov Lapthorno KOMAN CATHOLIC. Morning at 11—Kcv. Kathcr Kavannjjh

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MITCHELLSTOWN v. BAILIESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

mitcutillstown v. bailihston. The Mitchcllslmm football team jour neyed to Hailie.ston on Saturday to play their opening match, and as expccted, a closo and highly interesting game resulted, which wus watched by :v good crowd of spectators. An is usually tho caso when theso teams meet, tho game was kconly and evenly contested from start to finish. Bailicstoli were without tho ser vices of that sterling player, A, Cuncon, also \Y. Connally and M. Thomas, and woro short in tha li™t quartur, 0. Connally not turning up till it was over. In this term Mitchcllstown scorcd two goals, but in tho following three quarters only scorcd three bebinds. Bailioston's kicking for goal was rather bad, and from two shcts in front Bert. Smith only got two behiuds. i Mitchollstown arrived short-handed, and i wcro forced to fill up two or threo places I with substitutes. Tho closing scores were— Mitchellstown, 2 goals !1 bohinds Bailicston, 1 goal S bohinds For Bailieston Iho most conspicuous players wer...

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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1914. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

Shr |TnpmUe W\\\m F1UDAY,- MAY 22, 101 1. TKAClinUS' ASSOCIATION. A meeting of teachers was held in the Nagambie State School on Saturday last for the purpose of forming an Association. There was u good attendance, and apologies were received from Mr Stuehberry (Mitchells town), and Mr 0. K. Baud (llailiestou). The chair was occupied by Mr Bourke, who explained the object of tho meeting, and re ported having attended a similar one re cently at Seymour, where tho members had oxtended a welcome to them and made them honorary members. It was decided to form an association, and the following oftieers for tho ensuing 1*2 months wero appointed:— President, Mr Bourke ; Vice-presidents, j Messrs Stuchbcrry and C. ft. Baud ; Secro- j tary and Treasurer, Mr L. Stevens ; Com-1 mittce, Misses M'Dermid, Fulton, Duggan, j Bourko and Mr Drayton, with power to add. ! It was agreed to meet at 11 a.m. on Satur- ! days, and the date of the next meeting was left in the hands of tho President and 1 Secr...

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WAHRING V. NAGAMBIE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

WAHRING V. NAGAilBIB JUNIORS. ?Uo football sonson opened locally on Saturday, when tho opening niatchoa, AO I connection with tho junior Association woro | played. Wahrtng engaged Nagambta Juniors oil tho nijw ground (Cohen's) in Valo-atrcot, And gvoafc enthusiasm was displayed by both pUyera and supporters o( tho game; Both i teams wore well ropresontedand a dingdoog battlo was witnessed, as from tho first; bounce of tho ball tho players wont iu with j great dash. Tho game,' howovor, was ; spoiled to a great extent by tho way tho ball i . was crowded, and this U a matter tho I central umpire should havo tho poweij Vo I remedy by stopping tho play o,^d ordering tho placed men back to. their places. \Yo have any n^umbo? (4 promising footballers I imotygat t%& Junior teams, and if thoy can I ! ^brought to play tho game iu a systematio I \vay, a mArkod improvement would soon be. : nofcioeablo. In regard to tho new ground chosen by the Junior Association, Mr Cohon is deserving o...

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Fatal Bicycle Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

Fatal Bicycle Acoldont. Mr Edward powoll, brother • ia - law to Sir J. Taylo^, of IJngnmbid and *j» well-known rosidont of tbo Tatura dis trict, lo^t bis lifo cm Friday "evoniug last iji a simplo, but tragio manner. Tho bjcyclo which lio was riding slipped into a cajrt-wbool tr.icK, iind skidding, to raw Mp powoll violently o|( to bis bead, dislocating bis nook. Doatb( according to tbo mpdicaj ovidcoco of Dr M. A. Loy, was iuatantanoous, , At tbo timo of tho dreadful accident, da* ceased was accompanied by bis young brothor-in-law William John Taylor, a lad of 10 years. Deceased was employed in orecting a bouao for Mr M. Sullivan, at Hnrston. At tbo closo of tbo day's work, the dccoasod and young Taylor sot off for Tatura on bicycles. At first both rodo at a brisk paco, but slackened off on reaching a culvert adjoining Mr A. Stowarfc'w property. It \\aaboro tbat the fatafacoidont occur red; f|jq dppeitscd"pro99cd oyer tfro ci}lvor^ in front o( Taylqr. Innneqiatoly bo pa^saq qver tbo...

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THE ASSOCIATION DRAW. Wednesday, 3rd June. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

THE ASSOCIATION DRAW. Wednesday, 9cd Juno. I Murcbison visit Euroa Rushworth ,, Nagasibia Seymour j\vanol Saturday, 13th Juno. Nagambio visit Murchison Avcuel ,, Ruahworth Euroa ,, Soymouc Saturday, 20th Juno.'" Euroa visit Rushworth Avoncl ,, Nagambio Seymour,, Murchison Wednesday, 1st July. Murchison visit Avonol. Nagambio ,, Euroa Rushworth ,. Seymour Wedncsday,-8th July. Rushworth visit Murchison Saturday, 11th «Ju\y. Seymour yis.it ^agambi^ $uroa ,, Aveuei Saturday, 18th July, Euroa visit Murchisou Nagambio ,, Rushworth Avcnol Seymour Saturday, 25th July. Seymour visit Euroa Wednesday, 29th July. Murchison visit Nagambio Rushworth ,, Avcncl Wednesday, 5th August. Rushworth yisit Eqro^ Kagambip" M Avonol itufohison ,, Seymour Saturday, 16th August. Avonol visit Murchison Euroa ,, Nagambio Seymour ,, Rushworth Wednesday, 19th August. Murchison.vimt Rushworth Saturday, 22nd August. Nagambio visit Seymour Avonol ,, Euroa

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

Wooda'Great Foppormlnt Cure, J?or Coughs and Colda, uevor l/°

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FOOTBALL. NAGAMBIE FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

FOOTBALL. NAOAMBIE FOOTBALL CLUB. A committee mooting o{ tho nbovo was hold at tho Criterion Hotel on Friday even I ing, Thoro was i\ good attendance, and the President (Mr K. M'Donald) presided. Thf financial position to dato was considered satisfactory, and as there nro a number of donations to como in and 150 members' tickets to he sold, tho bank account should booh improvo. It w;h decided to issue a member's ticket to donors o! 10/- and under £1, whilst for CI or over, a member's and lady's ticket will bo presented. In regard to an amount of C I/1/-said to bo owing to tho Trustees of tho Hecreation ground (percentage on gate taking* of last season'* matches) it was resolved to appoint a small committco to go into tho question of tho charge mado for the ground. < The secretary of the itushworth club wrote asking for support in having delegates' , meeting called earlier than tho 1st Juno to! endeavour to make another arrangement in I ivgard to grouping the trains, also ...

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