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THE QUEST FOR OIL. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

! 1 THE QUEST FOR OIL. The Government of South Austra lia is to be congratulated on having sccured the servicer* of I)r. Arthur Wade, to report on the probability of petroleum being present in payable quantities in the Stato. Dr. Wadc'fl report n« to the rich oil fields which exist in New Guinea is likely to greatly aid the work of settlement which ia proceeding there. The oil wells are described as being like those of Borneo and Hurmah— that is, purface springs, which are much more easily utilised than the deep-seated reservoirs of tho Cauca sus and of Texas. Many hopes have been nourished as to the presence of oil fields in South Australia, at Kangaroo Island, on the West Coast, and alone; the Coorong. T! •» black bituminous substxtre jb believed hy many to bo a natural residuum of petroleum after it has been exposed to the action of air and : water ; but so far no one has oeen successful in tracing jt to its source. ! A bonus of c:>,000 hat5 lately been .offered bv the State f...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

A LONG-SERVICE TRAMWAY OFFICER MR. CHARLES ROCK 42 GUdes Str«t, E*it BnnMwkk, for 33 ye*r» to-the .MelboWM Trtawijr Company, -writes tku letter (2/4/12), which it ol sfaeul iotcreat Rail* my a*d Ttaawt)r.aca» to CLEMENTS TONIC CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "la Deetmbtr, 1911,1 auk c«U ud uritu plewitf. Ftr tkc* iiji mj itmptnlmt wu INJtiiw. My liifwatdM paired •{, hat thraafhtaUif the doctar'f adrice 1 lira he adraed my viia U grtClmtstj Tome, at 'THERE WAS LIFE IN THAT MEDICINE.' They wen Ike traeet wardt he ever ottered, aid I «nM km heea luJiilrlirAii iriad«tdi ciae. fudZ/3 for the imB hottte«,had iha*aidXM ike wwUkie M §aid whe. 1 haTe*eesaIetef lettm iktl CLEMENTS TONIC ia Wki aad papon, 1*1 *hat1 Gad faalt with k that *rtrj writer hu utterly (ailed ta me the prefer Talae el that Medkiac. A Cairna resident write*: "A line ihcwini tH« reiult of taking CleaenU Tonic. 12 MOOth, «(0 I ku an attack of yellow jaundic*, aUo* very serious nefvou* attack, low si Ufttiu, .. great weakness and lass...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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NEW ZEALAND HAS SURPLUS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

NEW ZEALAND HAS SURPLUS. A earplug ot £400,000 is announced -the -New Zealand Government I or tbe financial year ending March 11, 1914.

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KING OF THE CEREALS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

KING OF THE CEREALS. Of all the csreals that prow, nourish, and enrich the agriculturist, none is more beautiful — both from .in Aesthetic and commcrcial stand point—than maize. Here, in Austra lia, we have set up, and worship, an august and beautiful—but neverthe less, false—pod. Wheat has returned a thousandfold to us, in hard cash, the time, toil, and hopes that hard7 pioneers and lion-hearted farmers have ungrudg ingly expended for its successful cul tivation ; and yet, taken all round, a field of maize with its grace and stateliness, and its utility both for man and beast, is easily King ot the Cereals. The United States has long recog nised the regal qualities of this grain, as figures will show. Over 3,000,000 bushels more than oats and 4,IV>0,000 bushels more than wheat is produced there annually ; and we find that country. heading the cereal out puts of the world by a maize crop vhich yields 3.875,927,000 bushels, or J6.4tS.000 tons. Maize waTes over 108,750,000 acres ol...

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Railway Time-table. Passenger trains depart from the local railway station, daily, as follow:— [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

Hallway Time-table. Passenger trains depart from the local railway station, daily, as fol low:— A.M v.m . Up Traiu, Melbourne 8.39 7.30 | Down Train, Cobram 9.55 6; 65

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

OJiwrpft Bemces CHURCH OK ENGLAND, Kcctor : Ucv. G. \V. Carlcr, R.D., Tli.L. WbiUunda; . 11 a.tn—SUting and Hoi; Baptiaul rHK8UYTKHlAN. Al ii a.m. and 7 p.m. Preacher, Rov. F, G. Viokerman. METHODIST - - Horning at 11—Mr Ashley • gvening at 7—Iter Lupthorne KO«AN CATHOLIC. Morning at 11—He v. Father Kavanagh The Watt Ministry, other things being equal, Bhould bo able to go to tho country without any seriona qualms, but they are likely to be re minded on the hustings of many things they promised to do and {jayp |pf|; altogether undonu. During hid ceopfit vjajt tp ^i| durathe Premioi' asked his audjr cnco to think of a regime of ex travagance and prodigality that would be ushered iu if the Labour Party were returned to powor, and quoted other figures iu connection I with their plana and proposals which he claimed proved his oon l tention. Probably there was a great deal in Mr. Watt's remarks ! but declamatory olbquence regard ing (Impolicy of the Labor Party Is not ojil'od for' just p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

Miss V. Bourke Adtanced (Jrade and KA-M. successor to miss x. baud. ' Begins Tracking Tu..t.Uv, 27lh .'an., 101*. PITII-S prepare,! frr nil Exams. l'rac tical and Th.wiira! of lh« Vniw vitr ConSHrvHtorimn, Melbourne, »«n .\«»<vmted Koard, London Violin & Pt.vxo. IBiss lTTgiims (Former Sin;!- n' -I Melbourne Consn wi: < iu:n) Tuition will coninuT.ce on ^eiincs day, 4:ii February '■ Intending Pw;>iN >houM enrol .it oucl", -Pupils will I'C coachcd lor Exams il :equircd. Address Co >lrs 1. Bell, HigUl St. School ov Music. Nagatnl>:e. Next R. £Mjury'» Cyclc l.Vfjv-t. XTACAXC1KS for a f>'« aJTinc ed * Students, or be^mners, who wish to learn Violin, Piano, binding. Quick ad* tRncement gaaronU'eii Pianos and Organs tuned and repaired. K. J. PECHOTSCH, Bandmaster and Instructor. Victorian Producers' Co operative Co. Ltd. Registered Omcs: Wool Exchange Buildings, 495 Collins Street, Melboef.se. J. Williams /ISHES to notify ihat he has been appoint...

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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

Gjhr flapmMc FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1914. Local and General. This (Friday) ovoning ft social will bo hold in ilio Mechanics' Hull. Air R. J, rocbotsch is tlio promoter, First-olass music Ami an onjoyablc evening is promisod to tbo.'io who attend. Messrs E. W. Hill A (Jo's monthly stock palo will bo held on Thursday noxt, Juno •ltb. Good yarding of shoop and cattlo. On Saturday, Juno Oth, Mossrs E, W, Hill Co. will conduct a clearing sale (or Mr 1. Hell, on tho promises, Iligh-stroot, Nagambio. On Saturday, Juno 13th tho Riuno llriu of auctioneers will, noil for Mr B. Ooverna, at (Imylown, everything connoctod with his vineyard. Sir Ooverna is leaving for the Continent at an oarly dato. On Thursday evening noxt, Juno 4tli, tho Jtoyat Klcctrio Mioscopo Company will show n scries of up-to-dato picturos in tho Mechanics' Hall. It is tho intontion of tho company to visit Nngambio wookly. I'opu* Iar prices will bo charged, ami as tho com pany has a good roputation, patrona may nttond with every ...

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 — 29 May 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The CornSfton wealbh" it uaod in connection with these r&tog and regulations it includes Papua. Lord Howe Asiani, and Norfolk Island.] LKTO5KS. For every } ounce or fraction thcreoi. Foe delivery within the Common wealth ^ 1 For doliverv in the British Em pire G 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides, Banks, and Torre* Islands .. 0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 LETTER CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, Id. each; reply, Id. each half. For delivery in the British Empire (see list of places under "Letters )—Sin gle. Id. each. Fcr delivery in New Hebrides, Bank?, and Torres Islands—Single, I'd. each. For delivery in other places— Single, 2|d. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with the Id. stamp, and Reply or double cards, each half of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may be transmitted k> utacea within the Commonwealth, and tr those places, enumerated under ..rters," to which letters may ...

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Nagambie Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

Nagambie Golf Club. On Wednesday last a Ladies' and Gents' Doubles wcro bold. Ladies 11 holos, gents 18 boles. Miss Bailey and Miss P. Fosdick wore tho wiunore with a card of 96—20—75. Mr T. Derum and Me H. Lobb won the gents with a card o! 103—12—91. Tho following were tho results Ladies. . Gs.Hp.Nt. Miss Bailey & Miss P. Foedick 95 20 75 Mrs Cohen & Mrs Fosdick ... 90 13 77 Mrs Bourko & Mrs Hasker ... 96 10 8G Miss Baud & Miss D. Fosdick 103 20 68 Mrs F. Hill & Miss Hasker ... 104 10 91 MissDodsun&MissB.Lineban 110 15 95. ijlias 4. Fotbos & Mrs Baud... 105 10 95 jtiss DarumiMisg'K.Lineban 118 20 Q8 Iftss plarko & tyi^s ttftzoloy... j21 23 99 QESJT8; Mr B-Lobb£MrT.Perqm... 103 12 01' Mr A. French fc Mr P. Foadick 102 6 {Xj Mr R. Forbes & Mr W. Forbos 103 7 06 Mr 8. Lobb & Mr J. Fosdiok... 11G 8 108 Mr L. M'Phoo & Mr Brensing 115 0 109 MrF.Bazoloy&MrC.Orpwood 132 20 112 Mr B. Inglaman &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

Gregory's WAHPJNG stqees. All Plowing' Requisites on Hand. Plow Shares, all brands. Plow Reins. Rope. Plow Chains Bluestone, Etc. suits to Measure. Come and Inspcct our Now Pattern Books. All tlio Latest Styles Shown. Suits to Measure from 3os. "Wahring Stores. Overcoats! Overcoats! HainpPoof Coats. Oilskins, Etc. peep aj ie foe the ; 0 COLD weather. From «!Os to 100s. AT Tony Qrpwood's CALL AT once.

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Glencairn Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

Glencairn GoJi Club. Tho Wahriug Golf Club paid a visit to the Glencairn Golf Club ou Wednoidiv After* fafWi Sjfi WIi just., whoa a highly enjoy able match was -playoa 'in good golfing weather. Aftor afternoon tea, provided br the Ladies Committee and members, haa boon partaken of, Dr Davies, on HfrMf of tho Glencaim Club extended a hurty wel* coma to tho visiting club who, although beateu on the day put up an excellent fight, In a ucftt little spooeh Mr P. J. Keady, Presidout of the Wahring Club, thanked thi Glaucairn Club for tho onjoyablo outing they had had, aud hoped that Gloncairn would s'pojj return the match, when his club would turn tho tables on them. ¥r JUady ex* pressed tho hopo that there would be m«py matches between the two clubs, For i young club tho Wahriug players did re* markably woll, and although tho homo team was too strong tho visitors show great promiso of becoming, really good goUors* The Glencairn Club is looking forward to the return matoh with pleasure*

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Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

Current Topics. It seems that what has been | called "the American Mission/' whereby it was sought to induce immigration into this country from America, has turned out to be u failure. The etl'orts in this direc tion were fairly well sustained and the terms advanced by the Vic torian Government liberal and at tractive—or at any rate were thought to be so by thoso re sponsible for the making of them —but the result.has been very dis appointing. The officers of the Immigration Bureau not long ago issued a statement which set out that during the summer of 1912 when the tide of immigration from London was alleged to be setting in strongly, thelGovernmentJdecidecL to send Mr. IV T. A. Fricke to America to induce settlement in Australia, and it was expected the representations he made would arouse a strong desire among his auditors to come and make a homo amongst us. Mr. Fricke — liko most men employed by the State on terms satisfactory to themselves —proved to be an optimist of tho first...

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Wahring Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

Wahring Notes. ft6 imuau^l wl|d weather reoentlv ox ppnjaoea for this perioj of tbs yaar has now suddonly changed tocold, M«a* wind*, wit)) occasional heavy showers, indicative of ad. | vanoing winter. The ploughing and saediug operations are ucar completion) and the early cultivated paddocks arc most pro* mising. Fanners arc optimistio of ft bountiful season. Foiea havo been seen lately prowling about the paddocks adjacent to the school) but their nocturnal depredations an so far unknown in the locality. Rabbits aro greatly diminishing in numbon* and this year should prove a profitable one for trappers, as rabbits are being more largely used air au artiole of diet ' fonserlyi p<inB«jaout oa -tl)B h|g() pfioo-gf qui Rod ppuHw, Tho«nonnoiwweinValueso|3J s took has been the diroot oaUM of tha in* oreMod prioo in meat, and houtaholden, both in town and country, must now view seriously tho oxcessive oost of living*

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Davidson umpired satisfactorily. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

Davidson umpired satisfactorily. [ Tho tonm to roprosont Uailieslon at i Na^ainbio on Saturday • will. bo . cIiommi I from Mawson, Puttifor .'J, Cu'nuon J loath I (oupt), Maoon Contially 2, Itoid, Smith 2, Oliver, 1'arfrny, M Thomas, Birnoy, Hirnuy, Richarda, Wodmoro 2. Cioal | mnpiro, C Parfroy. I Tho Bailioslon club dusiro to thank Mr ] 1j. iMason and Mr 10. M'Donald for their! liberal support of -iil la ouch A sond-ofT will bo tondored to Mr A. I). Smith this (Friday) ovonitip, in tho liuilioston Slulo school. A concort will lm hold, and rnfroahmunts will bo supplied. Soma Natfftmbiu .sin^ora will bo presout, including Moasra 0. Hronuinjr, Tony Urj». wood ami I), Hroun, who ivill atseUt, and as many olhors aro invited who wish to como along. N. D. J. F. A. A meeting of tho Association was hold on Thursday, May 2lst, when tlia President, Mr A. M. Orpwood, occupied the chair. Tho following delegates wero in ftUoud unco:—Wahring ; Messrs Hanstein and Tonkin; BaUiestou: Messrs Heath ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

tabxle hotel, Comer STATION & HTOII-.Streets, NHGHMBIE. J. (Late of Kyabram. I3KQS to Notily the Public of Nagambie and district that he has taken over the above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and trusts by strict attention to business to merit a fair share o( patronage. Gooi> Accommodation Good Kt.uiunt, Modehatk Tkums Attentive Gkoom Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. L. MASON (Lnto .Mr A Lever) Wishes to announce to the residents of Nagambie and District that he has taken over tho 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 Groom, Victoria Ale rRY A GLASS BEST IN THE MARKET. The Valley Hotel, ptHGHCQBIE. • UNDEU .MEW MANAGEMENT. pits. C. Pianelli. (LATE OK AVAHKING) ;.TfF-AVXNG taken possession of the tX above Hotel* informs lur friends and the public generally Nhat-*every endeavor will be made to make them comfortable * when they pay a call. All...

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Close Season. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

Close Season. Black fish from 1st September to 31st December, both dales inclusive, English trout, from 1st May to 31at August. Note—Any peraou iishiug with a net or fixed engine, in any rivor, croak, or stream, or within such distance fjom the month thereof, as may be proclaimed by the Governor iu-Cauncil, shall be liable to n penalty of not Iras than £'2, or more than £20 Murray bream, Murray ood and Murray perch, from 1st Ootobor to -30th November each ysar, both dates inclusive ■ Penalty.—Any person taking, sellj ing, or exposing for sale duriug close season for any species of fish, any fish of such species, shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding £20 Weights.—Blaok fish, 4 oza; brcaui, 5 ozs; oatfiBb,| 4 ozs; Murray cod, 1£ lbs; Murray porch, 8 ozu ; Uout uf all kindB'not to be under 8 ozs. Any person taking, selling, or expoting for sale, or having possession of any fisb of the species uieutioned of a less weight than the weight set after thu nauie of such fish, are liable ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

Oh, 1 Say 1 It is just as well for the Ladies to know That our Drapery Lines are all Bright and New, and chosen with care and judgment. HATS and COATS of the very latest designs. DltESS FABRICS—a ricli assortment. And quite a number o£ TWEED SKIRT Lengths that are well worth investigating. Blouses—of course. Furs and Hosiery. A large stock of Children's Clothing of every description. And not forgetting our High-class Boots and Shoos—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. 10 BE WISEI 1 g KEEP WARM during' the Cold Weather ! 33 tt 35 All you require to accomplish it *-«•• --V now srowiif© - - At - - I D. BEOWN'S Woollen Goods of all Descriptions BLANKETS AND RUGS A Specialty. LADIES! ! We would draw your 'attention particularly to the following* lines, which are well worth your in spection at this season. BLANKETS, in White, Silver Grey and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

Ujidov Now Maaasonient. 3SJ" -A. <3- J&- 3VT. 33 X ID. i "E,- ©ol?e« REUS to announce iiavmg taken w over tlio lease of the above well-known Hostelry, and trusts, by strict attention to business, combined with civility, to merit a fair share of the public patronage. Only the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars Stacked. Good Airy Bedrooms First-class Cuisine Moderate Tariff Good Yard and Stables Attentive Groom TfiB Leading Familu Hotel. Podia Pcmado for tho Head, Strikes Infesting Vermin dead Ono applicr.tSon destroys vermin, kills lilts, heals soros, euros ringworm, ami umbos the Jmir grow Lhicl;, strong anil curly. Also for rermin on pigs, poultry, cattle nnd horses. Vf. A. UOKDON, Chemist, Nagmnhi.', soils Podfo—1/, 2/, and packed with Nit Comb, (Id moro. Mother's Ffiend. ^ . ; Shampooing SiagoiiuV A CARD. " "■■ Con. O'Leary, HAIRDRESSER. High Street, Nagatnbie. HAVING purchased tile Uair<lrcshi»!; Husitiess lately carried ' on by Mr Steve O'Callaghan,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

Do You Know THAT .... J. F. Greenwood HAS secured for a definito term the Mil J. M'DONALD, who is ft First-elnss Farrier mid iNgrieul t(irnl Smith. Late Farrier to the Melbourno Carrying Co. and Manager of Fairfield Shoeing Forge, Melbourne; also four jo.its with Nicholson 1 it Morrow, Melbourne and Shepparton ; also is First Smith on Plow?, Harvesters, Combs, etc., and General Farm Machinery. Securing tlio . . . Fihst I'luzks Fur Light ntid Heavy Shoeing nt Sheppnrton Show in 1011. The following is a Tostinionwl from Mr Adam!), one of tho leading horso brecdors and judges for the Hoynl Agricultural Society of Victoria: — "Harfuld," via Kyncton. This is to cortify that Mr J. M'Donald when at Hcdcsdalo shod to my ontiro satis faction nil my Show borBca, which wcro exhibited nt Melbourno, Grand National, Ifendigo and Kynoton Shows. I havo no hesitation in saying that they woro all neatly and carefully shod, aud it was tho talk of tho district. I wish that Mr M'Donnld was back hero aga...

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