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BAILIESTON v. WAARING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

Bailieston v. Waakinc. The Bailieston and/Wi'lviug Qlubs met on the tatter's ground on S^turdayt when the home team were defeated. The game was spoiled to a great extent by the players con tinually crowding 011 the ball. During the first half of the matoli M. Ewart, of Wahring, was in jured, by receiving a knock ou the jaw, which left him minus a couple of teeth, and rendered him practi ' oally useless for the remainder of 1 the match. The final scores were — Bailiesto^. 4 goals 8 behinds ' Wahring, 1 goal 7 behinds Bailieston's best were H Mawaon, A Cuueen, W Birncy, A.B Smith,; D Cuneen, Oliver and Perry, For Wahring D Linohan, M liyan, \Y Mulcahy, Rodgers, Coe Qtyl Sojikjn,

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Compared With the Venus of Milo. AMERICA'S MOST PERFECT WOMAN NEVER DRINKS TEA. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

Compared With tto-Vvnus of M4to. AMEIIIC'A'K MOST PEUFECT WOMAN XEVEIt. mUKKS TOA. Out .of .four hundred and 'fifty girl' students of Cornel! University Miea 'EJaie Kcheel, of' Brooklyn* is ac» claimed the-most .perfect woman In America—on a comparison of. her proportions with thOAe of tbe'Veuua de>«filf>. Dr. .Esther Parker, of Cornell, says-Miba Scht?el is absolutely with-* out defects, (ind uuifit.rftxivo thij prize annually given to Auwrica'4i most .perfect woman. ' She is twenty-five years of age,! weighs 1711b., and-is uft.'71n. in neight. I Icr natural chest nuwiflUFO*' ment is SM.<>in., }u?r waist UOJIin.,; and she is In. I about thtt hips. .8hfl: is lighl-hiiircri, ami hus Ihlue »ft yesi and a wonderfully clear cqinplexloni; Although Jliss Bcheel is taller/1 "she is nearer the proportion* of Mw Venus de Uiio than auy uQiuaQ *t Cornell since |)r, Itakerifciu Often connected with the staff." Her hobby .is-motoring, her favor* ite sport is basketball,' ai)d...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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NAGAMBIE JUNIORS v. MITCHELLSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

Nagambxe Juniors v. Mit chellstosvn. The Juniors visited Mitchells town on Saturday, and were repre sented by a strong team. Mitchells town also had a good team in the field. The visitors opened with the wind, and during the first quarter scored .3 goals and 3 behinds, while during the same period Mitchells town's score was 1 goal 1 behind. In the second quarter the ball passed freely up and down the ground, and resulted in Mitchells tovyn adding 2 goals 1 behind, while Nagambie added 1 goal 1 behind. At half-time Nagambie were leading by 8 points, and the scores stood: Nagambie, 4 goals 4 points Mltchellstown, 3 goals 2 points. Mitchellstown attacked a great deal during the third quarter, but their poor shooting, coupled with the alertness of Nagambie's back man, Gillespie, prevented them from adding more than 1 goal 1 point for the period, during which Nagambie's rushes were productive of 1 goal 3 points. In the early part of the final term there was a good deal of equally balance...

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Minister of Education at Rushworth. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

Minister of Education at • Rushworth. Sir Alexander Peacock (Minister of Edu cation), accompanied by Mr Jobn Gordon, M.L.A., duly arrived hi Rushworth on Thursday afternoon, 31st hist., per motor, via Hcathcote and Coslcrficld, having oponcd the rccontly ro-raodolled school at tbo iattor placo during the aftornoon. At His o'clock in tho evening some forty of tho townspeople assembled at tbo Criterion Hotol, whore tho visitors were entertained at a dinner, which was served in Host Apple's best stylo, tho tables being vory nicely laid out and presenting an inviting appearance. Cr John M'Kco (president of tho ahiro) occupied tho chair, having on bin right hand Sir Alexander Peacock and on his? left Sir Gordon. The many good things providod having beon dono full justice to, tho toast of The King was drunk with musical honors. Cr M'Kco then proposed "The Ministry, coupled with the namo of Sir Alexander Peacock," and in doing so oxtended a cor* dial welcomo on behalf of tho residents of R...

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AT BAILIESTON EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

AT BAILIESTON EAST, Tbo Bailieston East annual school picnic was held on Friday 2:2nd May, being also tho selected dato on which Empire Day was celebrated. In the morning tho children assembled ronnd the flagpole nnd the. flag was hoisted, accompanied by tho singing of "God Savo tho King." The head teacher, Mr Btevons, then addressed tho children on tho necessity of affection and loyalty for tho Empire. Id tho afternoon a largo number of parents and friends was present. The 1 various races were keenly contested, result ing in clcsc finishes, which reflected credit on the good handicapping of MrG. Richards, The young peoplo indulged in several Ting games, which gave great enjoyment. An adjournment was then called to do justice to tho-bountiful supply of good things pro vided by the ladies of tbo district; Aftor satisfying the appetites of all Mr Parfroy proposed a vote of thanks fro the ladies and the head teacher (or tho excellent mannor in which all tbo arrangements for the picnic ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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NAGAMBIE v. AVENEL [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

NAGAMBIE v AVENEL (By Our Spccial Roportcr.) A practico match was played nt Avonol on Wednesday last, which acted as a pipe oponcr to both tcamH prior to thoir lirst match, to bo played noxt Wednesday. Nagainbio woro short and had to play'a few substitutes. The garao wax well con tested up till three-quarter timo, when Avenel livened up and put three goals on in quick time, oventually winning easily, Scorcs— Avenel, 8 goals 8 behinds. Nagambie, 1 goals 9 behinds. Rogors, Farrelly, Caelli, Butlor, H. M'Donald, and Jack Wilson played woll foe Nagambie, whilst Avenel were well served by Tilson, Holloway, Semple and othors. Tony Orpwood acted as umpire and mado tho gumo very last. Dibbontt and H. M'Donald met with accidents during tho gamo, but not of a serious nature. H. Gundry aotod as manager, and carried out tho arrangements splendidly. The Avenel team will tako a lot of stopp ing this season. Nagambie players must skake themselves up in their training, as they were in want of wind....

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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FOOTBALL. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. START NEXT WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

FOOTBALL. | ASSOCIATION MATCHES. START NEXT WEDNESDAY. ' The opening matches of the Waranga North-East Association will be played next Wednesday. Nagambie play Rushwortli 011 the local recreation ground. A good interesting match should result, as both teams will be well represented. Murcbison travel to Euroa and Seymour visit Avenel. Boom in football. Two matches to-morrow. Both at Nagambie. Bailieston and Nagambie Juniors will play on the Recreation ground (Davidson, umpire). Wahring and Mitchellstown play 011 Cohen's ground (G.Jones, um pire). A committee meeting of the Nagambie club will be held at M'Intosh's Hotel this evening. Important business. Roll up. A marked improvement is no ticeable, compared with last season, in the play seen up to the present in the Junior Association.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Empire Day at Goulburn Weir. A THOROUGHLY ENJOYABLE AND SOCIAL FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

Empire Day at Goulburn Weir. A THOROUGHLY KNJOYABLK AND SOCIAL FUNCTION. (from Our Correspondent. Jimpire Day was celebrated on Friday, May 22nd, by holding n monster picnic in connection with the combined schools of Buuganail and Gonlburn Weir. The day was an ideal one for a picnic, the weather being perfect, and judging by the happy faces of tlic youthful pleasure seekers they seemed to enjoy it to the full. The Weir I'ark looked very beautiful ivith its gay assem blage of lawns and brightly-colored /lowers; the Union Jack floated lightly in the breeze, and all nature seemed to combine with the pro moters to make this day a bright spot in the memory of children and adults alike. At 1 o'clock dinner was partaken of on the lawns, after which the afternoon was spent in swinging and various games. Under the capable management. of the School Committee, assisted by the Rev I'\ C. Viekerman and Mr Jas. Miller, quite a' large number of j races were run off, and every child on the ground w...

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

Obi Win* 1 y°ur cough is moet dreadful, You 11 have to take something, I'm aurtj Oet your mother to send to tbo ohwaiat's For Woods' Great Peppermint Our«, Mnmm» gives jf to me and to Tilly When we taw if oafatf 0/* ealfc= No-—I It s not a bib bitter, you sill* { It s tuc nicest aud best ovor sold*"

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PANTHER ESCAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

panther escapes. A young panther broke loose in a nenagerie on the Boulevard de Belle rille, in Paris, and bounded among thj audieac\ severely clawing a boy. rhe animal, which made no attempt :o attack until some one kicked him, *as finally secured and taken back to it* cage by a trainer.

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AT BAILIESTON SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

AT BAILIESTON SOUTH. On Wednesday, 20th May, the Bailieston South State School held the Empire Day picnic on the bank of Sandy Creek. A plentiful pro vision of tasty eatables and toys was provided. Games and races were iudnlged in. A local violinist, Mr C. Tibbs, added sweet musical strains and English songs, and dancing was indulged in to aid the pleasant social gathering.

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DISTINGUISHED AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

DISTINGUISHED AUSTRALIAN. A portrait F.'s-.icr, M.H;R painted by Mr. Phillips Fox, is the latest addition to tbe Federal Gal* .erj of distinguished Australians,

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AT TABILK. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

AT TABILK. Empire Day was celebrated at the local school on Friday last. In the morning the usual patriotic exercises and lessons were gone through, and in the afternoon some of the parents and neighbours assembled and dis pensed choice eatables to the appre ciative youngsters. Games and racing were then indulged in till almost sundown. Thanks are due to Mr J. Beams for the use of his paddock for games, etc., also to those ladies who so sumptuously provided lunch for the children. Tenders were recently called for repairs and additions to the school atidteacher'sresidenceatTabilk.and the contract has been secured by Mr Wright, of Coburg, the price being .£395. When this work is completed it will mean a big im provement in the comfort and ap pearance of the school, which has recently, through the efforts of the School Committee, been enclosed by a substantial picket fence, The size of the grounds, however, is ridicu lously insufficient, being barely an acre for school and residence.

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THE ASSOCIATION DRAW. Wednesday, 3rd June. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

THE ASSOCIATION DRAW. Wednesday, 3rd Jufli. Murchison visit Euroa Busbworth „ Nagambie Seymour „ Avenel Saturday, 13th June* Nagambie visit MnichUon Avenel ■, Rush worth Euroa ,, Seymour Saturday, 20tb June. Euroa visit Busbworth Avenel „ Nagambie Seymour „ Murcbisan Wednesday, 1st July# Murchison visit Avenel Nagambie ,, Euroa Busbworth ,, Seymour -Wednesday, 8th July* Busbworth visit Murchison Saturday, 11th July. Seytnoor visit Nagambie Euro* Avenel Saturday, 18th July, Euroa visit Murchison Nagambie,, Busbworth A vend ,, Seymour Saturday, 25th July." Seymour visit Euroa Wednesday, 29tb July, Murchison visit Nagambie Busbworth ,, Avenel -Wednesday, 5tb August. Busbworth visit Euroa . Nftgjunbie „ Avenel Murcbison ,, Seymour Saturday, 15th August. Avenel visit Murebisou Euro* ,, Nagambie Seymour ,, Rushworth Wednesday, 19th August. Murchison visit Busbworth Saturday, 2'2od August. Mtgambie visit Seymour -Avecwl ,, Euro*

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

Notice to Farmers HAVING Greeted an up-to-date Weigh* bridge, I am now prepared to do all kinds of weighing at reasonable rate*. I am also prepared to buy Wheat in any quantity, ana pay cash for tame as soon as it is put orer Weighbridge, as I have been appointed Local liepreseoUtive for J. Darling & Bone, the well-known 'Wheat Buyers and Corn.sack Merchants, and can quote Corn*sacks 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, Nagambie. Phono No. 2.

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GENERAL JACK FROST. THE REMARKABLE PART HE HAS PLAYED IN BIG WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 29 May 1914

GENERAL JACK FROST. 1'IIK HKMAUKAULK i'AUT III-: 11 AS 1'r.AYED IN IIHI WAIIS. There hardly cut • ■••en Knropean war on a »>U scale which tieneral Jack , l-'fost bus ! I.ikon u hand. IN AN" ICY (I'll I*. (,*o hack (I rt'ntm'.v. Klghieen *' dred and twelve H'fl.M Ih.' year w Nnpvdeon mude op his jimdiJ t *» \.ide ltm-<dn. Jk»fore Marling was rnrefnl l(i inquire »d the pel-is rtt what <lci*<» a inter IIM) mm hi in Southern Kusm.i. They told him t ho middle of I >«vendnT. It was on Junp L'lth ()»;*! Jii' irnmN Uastdu with ni-n. and riMi'hiMi Moscow <m Sep leni'ter 1 lilt. That niwht fire br«»!%e out. (inil within five days the city uns burnt to the ground. Keen thou hi' remained until October INth before eommcncfhg his ret real. In Yin* last week of Peeemher he i>iiii the worst frost which lairopi lnul Known for three gcnenUwns. The Thames froze from Its sourcc to the son. The Seine, the Hhlmv the Panuhe were all ice-hound. On the Ad...

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

"LAXETTES" Apcrifnt Chocolate Squares. Safe -^Effective—Delicious. Wise mothers wlIJ discard nauseous castor oil AU chemists and storekeepers, l/-,and 2/6; or Bowes k Co., Swanston-sk, Melbourne. Seod for free umpls.

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A BIRD OF DREAD. TELLING OF THE WERID "BONE-BREAKER" OF THE BALKANS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

A BIRD OF DREAD. ] i i.i.ini: or Tin: ■■noxr: iiiu:aki:h" of Tin: iiai.kans. n-jt-ihil— Hut—flut—/hrl ! J 'I In- rattle of rifle-fin- ranu d«»unj the rtitrt;V-< 1 defde ns do"> the clat \< r »>f a train down a railway rut- | ling. Then. far (F«iwi nmong ti>»* j oak \v »mills, cm me our spe. ks | — tv'd\ I I Mm 11! t lj) 11 luiAM I'lVII nut*, ii iln- sun it.nl not «l,i tboir' sf.e! ril^-bitm/ls—" M» Ii r.'i> Im»-j •. lut!i<r and > or.. pi«k«d up <»t It• spu-ks which bud snddfiiK become still, arid tt«'nl away. Thereupon «jb'm»* sJnil «)oh»; »»n 1 h«* dtlile otu «> inon-. and all v..is ;»s i* had Ih'oii for—oh. for tin* paM UMl'.-, I SUppoS*1 ! Th«*\>ld carrion-erow, p-Ti b'-d all of an untidy heap on tin* liubtnim; Masu«l Imtmh of mi oak-tre© half \vj»x down the slope. remained mi !iim»'<|. In n measure, b<* \wik in trresud, in these afTalrs ; had often | brought them to his own profit, j Ciiino th...

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THE TOLL OK THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

THE TOLL OK T.IE SEA. In spite of better construction, more Accurate charts, and the im provement of lighthouse service, the sea continues to take an enormous annual toll in property and lives of I those who traverse its surface. The marine disasters of 1913 amounted in money value to £7,009.<»00 in British insured ships and cargoes that were totally lost. The above figures do not include damages to ships and cargoes that were not total losses ; for these the damages amount to over six mil lion pounds sterling.

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AUSTRALIA IN EASTERH TIN FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

AUSTRALIA IN EASTERH TIN FIELDS. The recent move in Australian en terprise in Malayan Un field* pro- i mises to be a big {actor in keepin? j up and increasing the annua! output' o! that metil from tb? Strait? Set tlement. Australian companies bate secured concessions In many rield? in Siam, Lower Burmah and the Fede rate] Malay States. Although the last ten rear# have seen many fluctuations in the price of the metal, those who arc used to t^ vasarie? of the tin oiid» irarkct Irutv that it fs subject t... this? 5'*d dvn up? and downs which can gener ally be attributed to passing or local happenings, and in no wife damp the ardour "with which .support ers repnrd the commercial soundness*" of this mojt useful of minerals. For instance, in Ap:il and May 1304 the price rose £35 pjr ton, while in the next two months it fell £30. The year 1^07 was a bad year, owinp to the enormous decrease in thr American meat canning industry, fol lowing the publication of Upton Sin clair's hook "The Jung...

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