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Close Season. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

Close Season. Black iihh from 1st September to 31at December, both dates inclusive, English trout, from 1st May to 31st August, Note—Any person fishing with a net or fixed engine, in any rivor, creek, or stream, or within such distance cxoai the mouth thereof, as may be proclaimtd by the Governor in-Council, shall be liable to a penalty of not less than £2, or more than £20 • ' Murray bream, Murray aod and Murray perch, from 1st October^to. 30th November eaoh year, both dates inclusive Peualty.—Any persou t aking, sell, ing, or exposing for sale dutiug close seaoou for any spocit'U of fish, any tisli of such species, ahull be liable to. a penalty not exceeding £20 Weights.—Black fish, 4 ozs; broaui, 5 dm ; oatfisb, 4 oza; Murray cod, 1J lbs; Murray porch, 8 oza; trout of, all kinds not to be under 8 ozu. Any | persou taking, soiling, or expoiiug for sale, or having possession ot.nuy fish of the species luentioned of a !esa weight than the weight set ufter the uamu of such iieb, are ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

TABILK HOTEL, Comer STATION & HIOH-Strects, NPCGHMBIE. J. iH'IS'l'Osil (Late o( Kyabrnni. BUGS to Polity the Public of Nagambic and district that lie lias taken over tlic above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and trusts by strict attention to business to merit a (air share of patronage. Good Accommodation t Good Stabling ' MoDKHA'fii Tukms Attentive Groom Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. L.MASON (Lnto Mr A Lever) Wislics to announce to the residents of Nagambic and District that lie lias taken over the business of the above well known Hotel, and intends to cater for patrons by supplying the best in everything. Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Giooih. 2ssA Victoria Ale ■mar The Ihlley Hotel, NRGnmBiE. UNBEIl :.'EW MANAGEMENT. (t.ATIi OK WA Hill NO ) Having laken pos>es>mn.. «.r the"; 'aboveJfcitel,informs li.r fricitdiiand the public generally lhal every endeavor will lie made lo make Ihcm pmifortiibls when Ihey pay a call. All WINES, SPIRITS ...

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

Oh, I Say! It is just as well for tlie Ladies to know Tliat our Drapery Lines are all Brig'lit and JNTew, and chosen with care and judgment. HATS and COATS of the very latost designs. DRESS FABRICS—n. l-ich assortment. And quite a number of TWEED SKIRT Lengths that aro woll worth investigating. Blouses—of ccurso. Furs and Hosiery. A large stock of Children's Clothing of every description. And not forgetting our High-class Boots and Shoes—both ladies' and gent's. Sole Agent in Nagambie for Warner's Celebrated Corsets. The quality and prices are right. A, E. GADD, NAGAMBIE STORES. P.S.—Men's Clothing of Every Description, ft % ff U Important! Hahn's Cofsets. | The Up-to-date, Latest | improved Corset. g The First Shipment just to hand. See the Corset that will revolutionise the Corset world. All models arid sizes now showing'. Inspection Invited. BOLE AGENCY .. ., At - - D. BROWN'S W— !T! Cowan & Co § Boys' and Youths' Winter Weight • T weed and Serge Suits Z — In a great Vari...

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

tTn&or Now Ivlanajomoat. Roval Mail Hotel, 3ST J&. <3- .A. 3VC B I B. "ii DEtiS to announce iiaving taken over the lease of the above well-known Hostelry, and trusts, by strict nltontion to business, combined with civility, to merit a fair slinre of tlic public patronage. Only the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars Stocked. Good Airy Bedrooms First-class Cuisine Moderate Tariff Good Yard and Stables Attentive Groom Tfie Leaning Family Hotel. Mofchep's Friend. Fodic Pcmado for tho Eoad, Strikes Infesting Vermin dead Ono application destroys vermin, kills nits, heals sorea, cures riutfworm, and rnakoa Mio hair ffrotv thick, strong and curly. Also .for voriuin on pitfs, poultry, caitlo and horses. "\V. A. GORDON, Chemist. Naguuibie, soils Podic—1/, 2/, 3/0, and packed, with Nit Comb, Gd more. Shampooing Siagoirj:' I • A'CARD. Con. O'Leary, HAIRDRESSER. High Street, Nagambie. H AVING purchased the Hairdrcssm*' business lately carried on by Mr Sieve O'Callitghan...

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

Foe Children's Haukiug Cough at night, Woods' Groat Peppermint Quw, 1/0

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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State Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

State, Raflianpqt. Ml' Watt (the Premier) hag an nounced that the State Parliament will vessemblo 011 Jnne 24th. In all probability the BeBsion will be a very short one, but the Ministry is hopeful of seouring a safe passage for several important measures, inoluding the Factories, the Price of Gas, and the Charities Bill. At the beginning of the session the Minister fpr Labor (Sir A Peaoook) will move, under the Standing Orders, that the Factories Bill be submitted forthwith to the Council. There are several contentious clauses to be debated, and the Up per Chamber will be given ample time fov their consideration. Last sossion was nearly expired when the bill reached the Counoil, and j the temporary shelving of it was in I the circumstances,'not unreason able.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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HOSPITAL SUNDAY. SUCCESSFULLY CELEBBATED. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

HOSPITAL SUNDAY. SUCCESSFULLY CELEBBATED. The annual united hospital sorvico in aid of tho Mooroopna Hospital was hold on Sunday in tho Mechanics' Hall, when tho Rovs G. W. Carter (Anglican) aud \Y. Lap tliorno (Mothodist) assisted. Dr Florauco, of Mooroopna, presided,-nncVlho' address was delivered toy Dr'Heily, of RUshworth, and }t'wVopleudid'thing to sco tho doctors taking suoh a healthy interest in the welfare of tho institution Pr payios, of tfagawbio, Also occupied a goat on tho. platform, and did xnuoh towards raakiug tho celebratiou a success. A combined choir, under tho able leadership ot Mr Pattorson, rendered anthems in a highly croditablo manner. Tho singing was particularly good, aud at tho close of tho aervico Dr Florauco moved a voto of thanks to the choir for thoir woll exeeutod anthems. Tho Nagambio Band also assisted by playing sclcctioua outside ' the hall, and theso also wero well appro bated. Tho weathor was tho only thing that could bo foui^d faplt'with. but do...

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Visit of Sir A. Peacock (Minister of Education). [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

Visit of Sir A. Peacock (Minister of Education). As announced in these columns last week, the visit of Sir Alex. I'eacock and party accompanied by Mr J. Gordon M.L.A. took place on Friday morning last when they ar rived from Rusliworth by motor car after visiting the schools on the way. They were met :it the local school by Messrs |A. K. Gadd, Walker, Riviere and Dr Davies (members of tiie School Committee), and Cr ! Wilson and Messrs A. C. Lester, 1 Speed and Blayney. After inspectingllie Sloyd centre, where the hoys were found at their work under the charge of Mr [ Kennedy (sloyd instructor) the party took up their position oil the school verandah—the school chil dren having previously been formed in line by the head teacher (Mr liotirke). Mr Gordon in introducing the Minister stated that he had promised him (Mr Gordon) some time ago that he would visit the schools in this part of his electorate and per sonally see the requirements, and that was the object of his visit there that ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Glencairn Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

Glencaira Goli Club. Ladles' and gentlemen's Singles were played on .the links on. Wed nesday for sticks presented by Mrs Caelli and Miss Osborne. In the ladies' section Mrs W. H. M'Leod proved the winner, and amongst the gents. Mr J. D. O'Donoghue was victorious. Results — pen^lemeu-rl§ holes,. Q'.Doqpgbue M? W. II. M%ood Mr T. Willis Mr E, Caelli Mr HotUam A. ForW Or Davioa Mr M'Infcosh Mr A. Millar Mr G. Cowan Mr J. C. Cowan Mr A. M'Fbco Mr V. Walker Mr Itiviere Ladies-? 103 lj sa 105 10 89 100 SO 89 108 18 00 OS acr 95 104 3 90 103 0 97 113 14 99 104 4 100 114 14 100 117 16 101 112 10 102 128 24 10-1 126 i§ ;ca 13 holes. Hrs \V, H. U'Leod ... 92 20 72 MissJIiUott " ... 78 5 73 Miss Coo ... ... ... 86 Id iu ^Swift..; 96 u ai Miss J). \Y»lk»f 10C 25 81 M?s \V, A, Gordon ... U 2 83 MrsDavics 84 scr 81 Miss Syme3 92 5 87 Mrs Clarke 112 22 90 MissNownham 102 10 92 Miss Hayes 112 20 92 Mrs KUgour 112 20 92 Miss C. Cowan ... ... 120 25 95

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

For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6

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MRS WEEKES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

MRS WElvKKS. We regret to auuouce the death of Mrs Sclitia Weeks, the late wife of Mr William Weekes, which sad but not altogether unexpected event occurred at tier residence, High Street, Nagambie, early on Monday morning, 18tli inst. For the past four years the deceased lady had been ailing, and during the last few weeks suffered greatly, and in her illness had the benefit of the constant care of Dr Davies and the members of her family, together with many kind friends, but the best of skilful attention did not avail, and the end came peacefully on Monday morning, the cause of death being heart trouble. The deceased lady, who was 49 years of age, was well and favorably known in the Chilteru, Kilmore, Wahring aud Nagambie districts, having been boru at Chilteru, at which place she also was married, and afterwards resided with her husband and family- at the places , men tioned. Of Nagambie she had been a resident for the past thirteen years, aud.here, as elsewhere, she was noted for ...

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Death Roll. MRS. BLAYNGY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

Death Roll. MRS. BLAYNGY. It is our painftd duty to plnco on record tlio doatli of Mrs. lilayuoy, wife of Mr. John Way ney, of Hughes' Creole, Tnbilk, which oc-1 rurred nt lior residcnco on Tuesday, I!»(h insl. The deceased lady had suffered for innny years past, with diabetes, nnd during tho Inst ten wcoks had been confined to lior room, in tho end passing away ijitiolly. Mrs. Blnynoy, who had been married 17 years, was (ill years of ago at tho tinio of her death, and leaves a husband, threo daughtors and onu son to mourn their loss. Throo sons and 0110 daughter ])redeceased her. Those living nro Mrs. Luilli and Mrs. M'f/can, of Wnrragul, Mrs. Dr. .Strongman, of Seymour, Miss Kililli Blayney, of Tnbilk, .Mr. Gibson lllaynoy, also of Tabilk, and lier husband, Mr. John lilayney. The Funeral took place 011 Thurs day, the plnco of interment, being the Avonel cemetery. The H«tv. Mr. Lnpthornu conducted the burial service and Mr. XV. S. ISaud curried out tbo mortuary arrange ments.

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ELLEN TERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

ELLEN TERRY. Wc in the Antipodes are getting fairly used to flying visits from "The [Greatest English Tragedian," "Tho j World's Greatest Tenor," "The Prima Donna of Our Time," and so forth. In many eases the reality has proved to be up to the standard claimcd hy expert managers and ad vertising agents ; but too often big audiences, have been collected, palpi tating with anticipation, only to re tire at the end of the performance, filled with wonder at their own dis appointment or seemingly hypercriti cal /acuities. In the visit of Ellen Terry there can be no shadow of n doubt that indeed "England's Greatest Actress" interprets for u.i scenes from Eng land's greatest dramatist ; and the pity is that we were not favoured with a visit earlier in her wonderful carecr. Like many notable theatrical art ists, Ellen Terry comes of a theatri cal family. Her father was a well known actor ; her sister Kate quickly reached the front ranks ; while Ma rion and Florence, had they not been eclipse...

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Graytown Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

Graytown Jottings. "• ▼ . (From our Wolr Correspondent.) A day or two before the rain came last week, Mr D. Nolan set fire to a little bit of rubbish in one of his paddocks. Before the fire was ex tinguished it is said to have burned about 80 acres of grass. The Tooborae Tramway Co. is now laying the rails on its nesy line \vhiph e*{epds towards' Qraytowu pnd is expected to be drawing wood in about a month or six weeks. Jt has a large amount of wood stacked along the line. Costerfield seems to have had a merry time last week. On Thurs day the Hon. the Minister of Education opened the new State school, while on Friday eveuing Mr B. Governa entertained his friends at a social evening prior to his de patftjje'far Jtaly." Then on Satur day a football match took -place be tween the locals and Heathcote. Costerfileld were defeated. I did not hear how the scores stood. Heathcote is expected to be able to put a very strong team into the field this season, while Costerfield is thought to be ...

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

Notice to Farmers HAVING erected anup-to-dato Weigh bridge, I am now prepared to do. all kinds of weighing at reasonable rales.. I am also prepared to buy Wheat in an/ quantity, and pay cash for same as soon as it is put orer Weighbridge, as.I have be»a appointed Local Representative for J. Darling & Sons, the welLknown Wheat Buyers and Corn.Back Merchants, and can quote Corn-sacks for next Harvest at lowest rates. Also Agent for Dixon Bra*., Chaff and Produce Merchant*, and tba Koyal Insurance Company* L. CAELLIj Produce Merchant and .Sawmillei Railway Station, Nagambie. Phono No. 2, £1000 prices £1000 MELBOURNE ElOHT HOURS, ART UNION., Acknowledged to be one of (he most genu. ine of all the Arl Unions,ever held 58th Year —58th Year As Popular as Ever Tho OxMt Event;,,; of Yw 58th Anniversary EightHou*-* ,Day;, GRAND FETE, BAZAAR AND A^X UNION. In aid of the Cliaiiiie^ (Town &Co;mlryJ Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne, Iffonfuy, 27tb Airil, Kight Hours Day. Public &am...

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MR J. ALEXANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

MR J. ALEXANDER. An old Identity of the district, in the person of Mr James Alexander, died somewhat suddenly at the resi dence of Mr \V. Heath, Bailiestou, oil Tuesday. Deceased, who was 72 years of age, had been engaged by Mr Heath for the past two years, and did odd jobs about the place. Jiad been'"jjnder the care of Dr ayi'es for sbrp'e time, ati'd on the day in question was taken suddenly ill, and expired in a few minutes, the cause of .death being heart failure. > Deceased had been in the navy in his youth, and had visited nearly every part of the civilised world.. He had resided in this district for the past thirty years, and was considered a hard-working honest fellow by all who knew him. The funeral took place on Wednes day, Ihe ReV. tapfboriie conduct ing the burial service, und ftlr'\y.' S, Paitd the burial tirnuigemeiitij.

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

Do You Know THAT , . J. F. Greenwood j|_| AS secured for a definite term the iMII J. M'DONAUJj who is a First-class Fnrrier and Agricul tural .Smith. L:ito Farrier to the Melbourne Carrying Co. ami Manager of Fnirlield Shoeing Forge, Melbourne; also four yeuia with Nicholson it Morrow, Melbourne and Shcppnrton ; also 'is First Smith on Plowjs, Harvesters, Comb?, etc., and General Farm Machinery. Securing the . . . First Phizes Fur Light, nml Heavy Shoeing nt Shcppnrton .Show in 1011. The following is a Testimonial from Mr Adams, one of tho leading horse breeders and judges for the ltoyal Agricultural Society of Victoria: — "Jhirfold," via Kvneton. This is to certify thai Mr J, M'Donnhl. when nt llcdesdale shod to my entire satis* faction all my Show horse*, which woro exhibited at Melbourno, Grand National, llondigo and Kyuctou Shows. I hnvo no hesitation in saying that thoy woro all neatly and carefully shod, nml it was tho talk of the district. 1 wish that Mr M'Donald was back her...

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IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

IMMIGRATION. A report recently prepared by Mr, G. H. Knibbs, shows that during, January, February, and March of* this year 3,071 nominated and 1,485 selected iirmterants arrived;, in .Aus tralia. A Mr. F. G. Browne, ol Melbourne has invented an ingenious machine for cleaning the hulls of ships below the water line. In this contrivance a watertight dynamo drives a revolv ing brush that is held firmly against I the hull of the ship by a small, pro j peller. After the machine has been I lowered by a crane from a small boat alongside the steamer, the- end that holds the rapidly revolving brush is worked up and down the sides of the i vessel. It is stated that the machine can clean an eight-thousand-ton ves Ml in six or seven hours,.

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Poor Jack's Effects. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

Poor; Jack's Effects., r—fcn A scene of sad significance is the 'nnimul suits under the direction of Uoarif of Trade ciUjchils, of tho ef fects of suilurH ■ of the mercantile, navy who h^ve died at sen,, or-.disv appeared, and, whose relations can not be found. The amount realf??rf by these .s^lea. its often a most.,..considerable otye, 'for un astonishing nu'|nal>$r of , men feign articles in assumed names, and ghe no dtift, to their relations, Sometimes tho. articles-- found amongst the ofTects left are very curious, and in a still greater num* 'her there is a deep touch of. satj . nut»|» about, thoin—IHblos. locks .of , hair,,, keepf^kejj with tender... iuscnipi tiom; on them, broken rings, nnd> 'such things being found in quanti ties. Equally significant in a.di(? fyrpnj way are home of the curious articles brought to light. In one hatch, for instance, were a ticket-oMenvo, a small tin box-of 1 f.hp gold portions of all manner of ttrticjes of jewellery fro;u which the ston...

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A Japanese Explanation. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 22 May 1914

A Japanese Explanation. (lly Yoshio Mnrkino, the Cclobrnlctl Author and Artlwt.) 1 havo !>«'fr 'orsnHoi'. and 11..V1T lorixet, though I wns • (uur or fivr years old. Ihnt »« 11 > j |,C was surrounded >'>' , nn,l i Zr family. »« looklnit ««* " 1 | r,'s'vr,lul. On the inWilU »<* •> foiii i-s .■<* i ««- a" I ^"V'i.lnrk'^vclvet underneath, «' s.t in n henutitu* l'iulV«tMHimi i caso. - , | m'''n,e ICmporor I" I excl«*.n«nl. -Hush!- .oy <>vtl'cr sn.d. 1,,KC 1..W to Keep the Mikado « photo. ksmseub O, this victory belonRS to, Ito «■ •X.XS^SJSiSii^'S n0orSh«d0.l«Ie notMn* «<■ '" I said to him : "Ah. the". . don't know ,-iTSt. ol ^vou" must understand what Ita M^do n.ca„s to M. iS "TV \U".' tWs . WiV WUadoleft 'h-: r; ^ «>•» i"nrt\ „„ uncomfortable tcm|H>r'>.r\"'e in Hiroshima. «l.ere n" lht'i rzzrz c^r«! whut Uuit mount. lo sP0ttl* j wmw concciw scientific terms. . sou,8t (ration or nil ti.o «-,rn | Who else could .e\er ...

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