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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

TH2 Rev. J. KQSKIN8 Minister of the CONGREGATIONAL MISSION CHURCH. ntzroy, Mfltounw. iMdi hit opinion of CLEMENTS TONIC " J uas recommended to try Clements Tonic. I was completely run down, suffered from neroous prostration, with insomnia and seoere headaches. I had spent much money on medicines to no purpose. " One bottle put me right and Wat worth its weight in gold " I recommend this medi cine strongly. ( SigneJ) JOHN HOSKING." The Rev. J. HOSKING. D.D., i> known at to earnest church worker, and liis teiUmonylo CLEMENTSTONIC i • vt«i test (or tlie good it mip.lit do, TIjU i I oicdiciae u certain in >:< efiedi on run* ;|jowo or irritated nerrei, tod <]uicUy i $ reHetc* Bil.ouineiJ, Weaknew, Lo:» o( • I j)eep> Poor Appetite, Con tipaticn amJ Indigestion. ALL CHEMJ51S a d I STORES SELL IT. Wiae Cafe. W. C. SULLI VAN j,K<JS »o announce Ijl- hat Liken i > over the Wine Cafe rctoutly canicd on by Mrs). Ikams, and (rusts by «li icily «t;twn(l...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CANADIAN IMMIGRATION [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

CANADIAN* IMMIGRATION At a time when Australian methods for inducing settlers to help popu late our areas is being severely cri ticised, it would surely help matters to study more closely Canadian * of fers. Last year in one week 1845 American farmers, "Kith a total cash ; sum of £J7,700, and £28,000 in stock 1 and effects crossed the border to take I up land in the Dominion. There is J rarely •omethinjc to be learned from i a country that cao attract in so I abort a time, this gnovU of labour j mad eacital*

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

Cburcft Bejrvicps CHURCH OK ENGLAKn ltictor ; Rev. 0. W. Carter, Jl.n Tli I, Trinity Sundij ' ' 7 p m—tvenaong and Sermon I'HHSUYTEHIAN. At ii a.m. mil 7 p,in. I'reacjier, Key \V. L Kunton IIETH6D|ST Morniuif at U-Hur Upthorn* Kveuiug at 7-lisv Lapthorna KOMAN CA I'lIOLIC, Homing j| a-Bcv. Fallicr Kavanaj-li

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S BIG SMOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

AUSTRALIA'S BIG SMOKE. The Queensland Government tobac co expert states that Queensland should be abic to supply the whole of Australia's needs in the way of tobacco. Something like fifteen mil-1 lion pounds of the "weed" are used ) annually in Australia. The expert j ; also regard* tobacco as the most j i profitable of small crops.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

(E-hr gfJto0nin&te®imMi FJU1UY, JUNK 5, 1014. Local and General. A meeting ot shareholders in tho Vic* torian Producers' Co. will bo hold rtt M'Poimld's Hotel to-morrow cvoning at 8 p.m., when onico-bearers for tho onsuing year will bo elected, and other business transacted. At tho Bungaimil Stato School on Satur day, Juno 12th, a (jrand hall will bo hold, in aid of tho school funds. Good musio aud an eflioicnt M.C, will ho provided, and as tho prioo of tieltcts is reaponablo tho ball should bo well attended. Miss B. Corbotb is tho lion, secretary. Patrons of the picture bIiow will ho afforded another opportunity on Thursday ovouuig noxt, Juno lltli, of viowing somo entertaining illustrations, when tho Royal Picture Co. will givo a comploto chango of programmo, including dramas, comio and scenic films. Populur prices of admission will bo charged. To-morrow (Saturday) Messrs E. W. Hill will sell for Mr I. Boll on tho premises) High street, everything coimcctcd with Uia butche...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HYGIENIC DISTRIBUTING METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

HYGIENIC DISTRIBUTING METHODS. As more enlightened time* «l.v*n upon u*. our mode of living beconu? at oncc more scientific ar.d more hygienic, and old-time cuisine ar rangements fill u» with horror. Bacteriology has done much to edu cate the masses, and has taught the world to demand strict cleanliness in food storage and delivery ; thug to minimise as much as possible the danger* that lurk in zerrn contami nation. In most of our capital* now, there is existent a company which baa for its object a system <>' hygienic distribution of perishaMe coods which is welcomed by ail con sumers. Dairy produce, 6iich a* butter, ep^s, cheese, bacon, labbits, game, dressed poultry and other like com modities ar* kept and prepared in a cool chamber. Instead of bein? hack ed through the streets in an open vehicle. And delivered in the old-time primitive condition and method, each article is wrapped in a dust-proof bnc before leaving the chamber and delivered unopened, and by means of...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

For Cbronio Ohest OomplaintSi Wooda' Great Peppermint Caw« 1/8 wiwuDiaMwinoompiunsolyourooailuog-— Vm *fr«id ^0 wjl| leave mo tq^.y, , Bhy dwlarai that it aounda most aUCnuafu], Ana ilie told me to say aho (eela aura You (Uw well to-day, if you atari right away, Taking Wooda' Ureal P«pp«rinintGure,

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Railway Time-table. Passenger trains depart from the local railway station, daily, as follow:— [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

Railway linMs*(able,! Passenger trains depart from the j local railway station, daily, as fol- ( low:— I A.M ]\M Up Traiu, Melbourne 8.39 . 7..30 I Down Train, Cobram y.55 6. 55 ,

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. RUSHWORTH v. NAGAMBIE. A WIN FOR THE LOCALS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

football. nUSUWORTII v. NAGAMUI15. A WIN FOH THR LOCALS, •rim nponinit matollM in connection Willi ,|,o Wnranga Nortli-East Association wore lived on Wednesday. when Hushworth visited Nngambie; Murchison went to Euros nul Seymour played Avnno] on tho lattor's Irronntl- Tlio day was an ideal ono for all kiml-ir.f outdoor amusement, and a fair number assembled on tho local ground to Hie match botweoil Rusliworth and the iocils Niifiainbio put a Rood team in tho lipid and scored a rather easy win over tho visitors* Cnrrio had char^n of tho Ramo ,.,"11 J1 Griffiths nml M'Faddcn acted as I iM,uii(h'ry umpires. T'rovious to tho match \V l'arrelly was elected captain of tho jfn'jtjmbio team and A. JI'Donald vi— captain* On opening tho ball was sent __ il.n boundary and tho visitors drovo it forward wlicro Farrelly and J. Wilson re ' .1 Hid Dihbons find Cftolli sent tho leather round tho wing. Rushworth ro turned, as Also did Nagnmbio, and tho locals scored tlicir first point. Ploy continue...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSTAL RATES ANO REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used is connection with these rates and regulations [?] Papua, Lord Howe Island, and [?] Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

POSTAL RATES ANO REGULATIONS [Where the tcrr:. "The Cv.-.^.on wvalth" ii cs<•>] in co-aith the?-' rat«s and re^ulMiofib i*. ir;clu>it-^ l\ipua Xord Uo'At* libn j, nrd N\-r:'c!!-; Ul.vid. ].K'nHKf. For delivery in the British pire For delivery in t!:<* Ne* Banks, aiid lorr«.-4 Is..irx For deliverv ir: other places LETTER CARDS For delivery within the Corn Singl-j, l'i. c:i; re!'!--, 1J For deliv*. t b i hV» oi pMi-f1 nricor ' L«.cs Rle. l'i. «ch. For 'Ul.ve \ i nni Torrvs l*):»r.d« For dehv*;\ jn oi.'.lt !»:!•• i^d. eac.'j. POST CARDS. Single 1 Id. fcw.mr., w.A or tr yios* L:afv.-v or. urxk-r brers' } * i transmitted at the or Id. ]>••: [or.. These cards may aho be forwarded to places other than tho?o above, providM that :»r: extra Jd. ad hesive stamp bo affixed to ^aeh oard and to each half <y. a Repiy card. Postcards. Single, iii:pre«-^d v ith t'.;o l$d. stamp, and Reply, (-jo:. ha,i «.f which has the ljd. stamp impressed thcroon, may b...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

NOTES. Albert Harrington was probably the beat man on the ground. His ruck work was splondid Gillcspio, in goal,* was a hard nut for the visitors to craok. Jack Wilson gato ample evidence of his "corno baoV" ability. His marking in dcfenco was a treat Duups. Robinson, roving, was all thoro every time, and would be seen to oven better advantage in an open game Tom Butler, the Nagambie goal-getter, Btartod tho season well by bagging soveral sixers Fsrrolly, the skipper, is ft good solid footballer, who will help the team out of many Bf tight corner 4. U'ponald, Tice*oaptain, had his first run (or the season, ana was a little below tbo good form he showed in the semifinals ana tinai last year Eric CaelH placed a nice neat, devor game, and must be consider**! one of the Seal iti the eighteen Gordon lUchards can always be depended upon to \mt up a good performance, and is a big help in weight and skill Krans, who has had a few runs with ihe Juniors, displayed improved form, and his pUce....

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Waranga North-East Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

Waranga North-East Foot ball Association. A meeting of the delegates comprising tho above Association.was held at Mason's Hotel ou Monday cvoning. Present:—Mr Parsons (President). Messrs Rcoves and Kiddle (Euroa), Kelly and Holloway (Avonel , M'Lcod and Swanwiek (Nagambio), Callinan and Davis (Rush worth), Mulhali (Seymour), Kearnoy and Parker (MurohUou), and D. J. Shewan (secretary). 1 Mr J. Gordon, M.L.A., wrote stating that ho would ho pleased to present a cup or shield, value £5/5/-, for competition amongBt the clubs in tho Association. Mr Gordon's offer was accepted with thanks, delegates expressing pleasuro at tho interest taken by him iu the football clubs in this part o£ his electorate. 1 It was resolved to suggest to Mr Gordon that tho presentation take the fbrnrof a shield, to bo known as tho "Gordon Shield," and that the trophy bo won three times be fore becoming tho property of any one club. Tho seerotary was instructed to writ© thank ing Mr Gordon for his gift, and noti...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Close Season. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

Close Season., Black tiali from 1st .September ts 31st December, both dates inclusive, English trout, from l»t May to 31st August, Note—Auy person linking wilU a net or fixed engine, in any river, creek, or stream, or within such distance 'ion> tho mouth thoreof, as may be proclaimtd by tho CJoveruor in-Gouncil, shall be liable to a penalty of not less than £2, or uiore than £20 Murray bream,. Murray oocj and Murray perch, from 1st Ootobor to 30tb November each year, both dates inclusive Penalty.—Any person taking, sellj ing, or exposing for sale during clouo season foe any species of fiali, any lish of such species, shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding £20 Weights.—Black Uab, 1 ozs; bream, 5 ozs; catlisb,) i ozs; Murray cud, iJj lbs; Murray perch, ti ozs ; trout uf all kinds not to be under 8 ozs, Auy person Ukiug, selling, or expoting for Bale, or having possession of uny lieli of the: species mentioned of a lesa weight than the weight sot ufter the name of such lish, are...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

TA5ILK HOTEL, Corner STATION & HIOU.Slm.ls, NKGHMBIE. J. SI'IVflOSU (lyile of Kyabr.ini. UKQS to Notily the Public of Nagambic aiul district that lie lias taken over the above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and trusts by strict attention to business to merit a fair Miarc of patronage. Goon Accommodation Good Staiiunc. Moderate Terms Attentivk Gkoom Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. ■ L. MASON , jj- ■. (Lato Mr A Lever) yf< Wishes to announce to the residents of Nngambic and District that he has taken over tho bnsinoss of the above well. known Hotel, and intend? to cater for patrons by supplying (he best in everything. Pleasure'Boats always availablo. Good Stabling and Groom. Ess* Victoria Ale MARKET.1" The Valley Hotel, MAGnmBiE. UNDEl". SEW MANAGEMENT.'. its. C. Planelii. (LATE OF WAHKING) rTAVING taken possesM-.ri uf Uic Xj above Hotel, informs lur friends and (he public generally lhat every endewr will be made lo make ibem c»m«fortabl# wjien they pay a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

Oh, I Say! (^=^<5=S)0(§=S)0($yj)° It is just as well for the Laclies to know That our Drapery Lilies are all Bright and New, and chosen with care and judgment. HATS and COATS of tlio very latest designs. DRESS FABRICS—a rich assortment. "J-nd quite a number of TWEED SKIRT Lengths Hint avo 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 Nagarabie for Warner's Celebrated Corsets. The quality and prices are right. A, E. GflDD, NAGAMBIE STORES. P.S.—Men's Clothing of Every Description. D BE WISE! KEEP WARM during- the Cold Weather ! .3) 4 » J) All you require to accomplish it 3KOw mmommm - - At - - D. BROWN'S Woollen Goods of all Descriptions BLANKETS AND RUGS A Specialty. i i LADIES I! We would dra>v your attention particularly to the following' lines, which are well worth your in spection at this season. BLAN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

Under IT o'v Ivlanajcniont. val Mail -j 3ST -A. Gr j&- 3VT. 33 I 33. '.&• (S°W QEOS to announce having taken over the lease of tile above well-known Hostelry, and trusts, by strict attention to business, combined with civilityHto merit a fair share of the public patronage. [ Only the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars Stocked. ! Good Airy Bedrooms i First-class Cuisine Moderate Tariff Good Yard anil Stables Attentive Groom Tfie Leading "Familu Hotel. Mothep's Ffiend. Po&ic Pomado fox tlio Head, j Strikes Infesting Vermin dead Ono application destroys vurniin, killn nita, liunla pores, cures iiuij«onn, ami 1 innUuss tho Imir jji'uw thick, stvojig j mid cnrJy. Also for vermin mi pifj»» poultry, cattlu and horses. W. A. GOUDOiV, Clieiniafr, Naj-uuiln" Holla I'odie—1/, 2/, :?/(3, mid packed with Nit Comb, Gd mora. 1 Shampooing1 Siaffoiiy A CAllD. Con. O'Leary, liAIRDHESSEH, High Street, Nagninbic. HAVING purchased the JIairchcshinjj Jhisinrss latelv carried on by ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Bailieston News. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

Bailieston News. liailiealon hits to deplore tlio loss of somn 1 of its niOHt rcHpooted residents in tho persons ; of Mrs Oppermann and tho family of Mr \V i Smith. Mm Oppornmnn hug been i\ ro» j sident for upwards of forty llvo years, and for thirty years sho has held tho ponition of ; postmi&trcsH. She has always taken a pro minent part, in social matters and tho young peoplo havo always had in her a friend ready to help them at any time. Tho preachcrs at tho loc.il church will greatly miKH MrsUniJormann's welcome. Iter hotisn has always boon open to them, ami a good cup of tea and a substantial meal always forthcoming. At tho Empiro Day I'ienio at the Uailieston ttecroation ground a pro* scntation of a purso ol sovereigns was mada to Mrs Oppormann by Mr C. E. Baud on behalf of tho rosidonts. When making the presentation Mr Band referred to tho many good qualitios shown by Mrs Oppormunn, and on behalf of«U hor noighbonrsoxpresscd thoir roprots at hor departure from tho dis...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Nagambie Debating Society [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

Nagambie Debating Society Tbcro was a good attondancc of members and their friends at the meeting of the above on Monday ovening last to hear tho ; question dobated, " Should Amusements be 1 Taxed?" Tho leaders agreed to add tho, words'"foe charities," thus giving them | plenty of scopo for debate. Tho teams I comprised Messrs J. II. Loster, G. Cowan, ! A. Baxter, Y. Walker, P. Murdoch, and j H. Parris for tho affirmative, and tho I Messrs II. Baxter, G. Ocpwood, R. Hannah, V. Walker, Chadwick, and C. Coe for tho negative. I The leader of the affirmative, in his J opening remarks defined tho subject, and | outlined a sohemo of taxation which he j maintained would prove beneficial to tho ' 159 charitablo institutions in Victoria, tho j sum required - for tho upkeep of which I amounted annually to £300,000. Great I difficulties were experienced in raising this I largo sum, and ho thought it was high time a tax was levied to holp lighten tho bunion, 1 tho subscribing of which fell upon...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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British Suffragettes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

British Suffragettes. A "sympathy" meeting was held in the vicinity of the Treasury vo- [ cently in connection with the suifra- j gette militant campaign in England and the various speakers made a be lated attempt to justify the out rageous conduct of some of the women in tho old country who are dssirous of having tho franchise extended to them. It is apparent from recent cablegrams that the people of England are getting both weary and angry at the actions of tho suffragettes and there is not much chance of evoking support as regards tliesu women liero. Even- if their Australian sisters were iuclined to condone and find excuso for the pranks played by them, they would find it difficult to understand how the mere re fusal of a vote threw thom into such frenzied (its of rage and desperation. Women in Australia have tho vote for both Federal and State candidates, but numbers of them never trouble to oxercise it— any more than do thousands of their-fathers, husbands, and bro thers. In f...

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Gray town Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

Gray town Jottings. (From our Woir Correspondent.) The attendance at the local school lias increased so rapidly of late that the seating accomodation is quite inadequate. The school Committee has requested the Department to furnish the school with sufficient desks. The District Inspector, Mr Saxton who inspected the school recently was very pleased at the in creased attendance, which is in a great measure dtte to the energy of the teacher, Miss McConville, in getting parents in out of the way places to send their children. Empire Day was celebrated in a becoming manner on the 22nd ult. The Moormbool West loose bag which until recently was attended to by Mr Cox, is now in the hands of Mr Kelly. Costerfield footballers were de feated by Pyalong last Saturday by one point.

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