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

Gregory's "WASHING STORES. All Plowing Requisites on Hand. Plow Sliai •es, all brands. Plo ay Reins. Rope. Plow Cliains Bluestone, Etc. SUITS to Measure. Come and Inspect our Now Pattoni Boolcs. All llio Latest Styles Shown. Suits to Measure from 35 s. Wahring Stores. Cadb "Its exquisitely delicate flavour, its purity and wholcsomeness have won appreciation from all classes and all ages." , CAvmniY, nouiisviLu: Overcoats! Overcoats! Rainproof Coats. Oilskins, Etc. g=:^=g)(g=:::5=:5) PREPARE FOR THE COLD ■WEATHER. <^-^=9(5:=::^9 From 80s to 100s. AT Tony ©rpwood's ■ —mr 0ALL AT ONCE.

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

The Colored Menace. Sir Ian Hamilton, it socnis, lias been giving utterance to remarks about the "colored menace," anil tlio possible collision at some not remoto date between European and Oriental interests iu tile L'acific, which lias aroused resentment in Japan. Soldiers are often far from being adepts us rogards diplo macy, mid by the sumo token it does not seem one ol the above general's strong points. Iu private life uud conversation it is accepted as a wise rule to set a watch on his lips, but whon speakiug pub licly and with a full knowledge that there is "a chiel taking notes and faith he'll print them," such caution becomes doubly imperative. Taking precautions and "no-risks'" iu regard to the country that que day may take hostile action to wards us is very "meet, right, aud our bounden duty," but wo may well exclaim "Save us from our friends" if British officers iu high and responsible positions are going to rub up that couutry the wrong way while as yet our defences are ...

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

BAIL!KSTON v. NAGAMBIE JUNIORS. Thcso teams mot on tho Rccroation ground on Saturday afternoon, when a good numbor of spectators assembled to watch tho play. Tho day was a fuvorablo ono for football, and after an intorosting gamo tho Juniors ran out winners. Davidson umpirod, and on hostilities being commcncod Nagambio led from tho bounce. Aftor somo wing play Kvans hoistcjJ tho two flags a minute or two from commencing. Play continued on tho wing, Bailicston gradually working the ball along, and aftor going out near goal the maroons scorcd a point. Nngarnbio then bcoame tho aggressors and put tho ball out near goal. A freo to Bailicston rolioved and piny was trrnsferred to tho othor end, whon C. Ma«on had a try, but only a point resulted. Shortly afterwards J. Richards had a chance and kicked a splendid goal. After tho boutico Bailicston wcro again to tho foro, but Nagambio put in a strongor claim, and Bob Dnggan getting possession, notched a sixer. At quarter timo tho scoro stood—...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ASSUMPTION COLLEGE v. NAGAMBIE JUNIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

ASSUMPTION COLLEGE v. NAGAM WK JUNIOUS. On Monday noxr tho Assumption Col logo boys, {rum Kilmnro, will arrivo in Nnunmbio for a holiday, and tlioy nro bringing (ht-ir football loam to piny n picked Nagambie Junior toam. It id gonorally ututoratood that thoy Imvo a smart loam, and pi iy :\ vory fast, opon pyfitomatic gamo, so Nagambit! boya will hitvo.to put up tlio:r bi'Hfc gaum to win. Tim match will tako piaco on Cohon's ground, and will bo nndor tho patronago of t ho Kov. Father Kavanagh and a num ber of Hrothor.n from tho Collogo. Ad- i misHion to ground will bo tho small , c)inr„o of (id Mr Tony Orpwood.wilt umpiro , Tho Uoltpgo (cam, with approximato i wights in a* follows: F. Dwyor (oapt), | 9-0; T. IMninl (vicucnpi), 10-7 ; J. Ham mond iy.7, II. Cooko 10.7, A. M'DonaM 9-7, U. Httdd 0 0, K. Moonoy 1) 0, H Wiloon 10 0, M. Shannon 9 0, A. M'Cor mack 0-7, C. Carroll 0 0, C Doolftn 0.0, I). Lanigan 9-0, J Kolly 8 0, S. Holman 10-7, F. M'IConna 10 0, J Quinn 9 7, V. IColly

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

Notice to Farmers "AViNG erected an up-to-date Weigh. i -Q- bridge, I am now prepared to do all kinds of weighing at reasonable rates. I am also prepared to buy Wheat in any quantity, and pay cash for same as soon as it is put orer Weighbridge, as 1 have be*»n appointed Lucal Representative for J. Darling & Sons, the well'known Wheat Buyers and Corn.sack Merchants, and can qaote Corn-sacks for next Harvest at lowest rates. Aleo Agent for Dixon Bros., Chaff and Produce Merchants, and the Boyal Insurance Company. Producc Merchant and Sawmillct Railway Station, tfagambfc*. Phone No. 2. L. CAELLI,

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Glencairn Golf Club. A Mixed Foursome was played on the links on Wednesday afternoon June 3rd. The following are the scores:— [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

Glencairn GoJi Club. ' I A Mixed Fnursomo was pkye,d on Uio I link)) on Wednesday afternoon Juno 3rd. i Tho following aro tho scores | „r Gs. Hp Nt Mrs Gordon A Mr l«\ Walker 51 {) 15 I Miss Haven A Mr Williti ... 55 10 45 : Miss jj. JlaxterAMr Gordon ... 00 15 15 Mra A. Miller A Dr Davies ... 01 15 4G Miss (J. linycs AMrLuptliornc 50 0 17 M{p« Nownhum A Mr M'Pheo 51 0 48 , Mrs Davic-s A Mr Hotham ... 51 scr 51 . Mm Swtft A Mr J. C. Cowan 01 li 51 Mrs Caclii A Mr Humlfitild ... 55 3 52 Mr Clurko A Mr G. Cowan ... 05 11 51 | Miss Coo A Mr V. Walker ... 70 12 58 . MrsIvilgourAMrO'Donoghuo 67 0 58 J Miss L. Br.ifichcr unci Mr Gordon wore disqualified, leaving Mrs Gordon and Miss Hayes and their respective partners to play j off.

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MARRIED v. SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

MAUK1HU v. SINGLE. The new curate had organised a football club; and the band was on the field to celebrate the occasion of Us opening game—a match, Married v. Single. The Benedicks, mainly by the^ oid of one Nupkius, w'ere leading by two goals at half-time. Just as t h».*y were about to restart news arrived of u railway accident with fatal rebuilt). "rin in a bit of u quandary, sir," observed NupLins to the curate " My missus was in that there train." "Dear me, Xupkins, I'm sorry to hear it," was the reply. " Vou're natueully anxious to get away." "No, no, sir ; it ain't that," ob served the ijohbjbly bereaved one. ''I was only thinking that if any think's 'uppened to Emma 1 ought to be playing for the single chaps this half, so I thought as how it'd be better, till we hear for certain, if I referee," 1870. Waiter : "Here is our bill of fare, sir." Farmer .Jones <i|i from the coun* try) : "Now, 1 uin't going to pay no bill o' fare till I've bad some ttttf to '«U»"

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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WAHRING v. MITCHELLSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

WAHRING v. MITCHELLSTOWN. Wahring and Mitchcllstown teams met on Cohen's ground on"Batu?day last, and » good garao wag engaged in. During tho first three-quarters MitohclLstawn had all tho best of matters, but in the tost quarter Wahring mado a groat rally ou a crowded ball, and woro succcssful in making up a little of their loo-way. Thoco was some really good football played, and this leads ono to boliovo that junior football is im proving fast. Coo and Cox put in somo fast work {or Wahring, and Dovanny for Mitchellstown, while somo strenuous tussels took place be tween Mitchells town's powerful back man, W. O'Connor, and a gigantic Wahring player. Tho closing scores woro MitchalMowa, 4 goals 1G bo Iliads, Wahring, 3 goals 4 behind*. These figures givo evidence of Mitcholls town's orratio shooting for goal—a depart ment of tbo gatno that should be improved. -Mitch oils town's host men woro:—Harring ton, Jos. and W. O'Connor, Robertson, Moran, Deyanny *nd Kelly. (Some of tho bost fo...

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

"LAXETTES" 4ptritnl Chocolate Squtret. Safe —Effeclivc-»Dclieious. Wise mothers will | discard nauseous castor oil. All i chemists and storekeepers, 1/- and 2/6; or I Bowea & Co., Swanston-st., Melbourne, ' Send for free iam»Ie.

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THE ASSOCIATION DRAW. Wednesday, 3rd June. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 5 June 1914

THE ASSOCIATION DRAW. Wednesday, 3rd Juuc. Murcbison visit Euroa Uushworth », Kagumbic Seymour f, Avcnel Saturday, 13th Juue» Xag&mblc visit MutcViscd AvcncI ,, Ru^hvvortb Euroa' ,, Seymour Saturday, '20'.\i June. KurGa vit.it Rusliwortb Avcnel ,, Nagarabie Seymour ,, Murcbison Wednesday, 1st July. Murcbison visit Avencl Nagambic ,, Euroa llusbwortii ,, Scyxnour Wednesday, fcjtb July, Kushwortb visit Murcbison Saturday, lltb July. Seymour viett Nagftnbie Euroa ,, Aveuel Saturday, l£tb July. • Euroa visit Murcbisou Najjambie,, Kushwortb Avcnel ,, Seymour •Saturday, 25tb July. Seymour visit Euroa Wednesday, <29lb July. Murcbfcon visit Nagambie Rusbwoilb ,, Avcnd Wednesday, 5th'August, Kusbworth vit-it Euroa Nagambie ,, Avcnel Murcbison ,, Seymour Saturday, 1.0th August, Aveuel visit Murcbison Euroa „ Nagambie Seymour ,, Uuehwortb Wednesday, 10tb August. Murcbison visit Kusbwortb Saturday, !2:2ud August. Nagambie visit .Seymour Avcnel ,, Euroa

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

Attention, Please. mrs J. JofinsoR Dkmkks to snr,..nmv th.it •»« »»» . ]>u-:r.o-« in tbe prwaiwi of , Mri> m'Snveiiey. | evoiythiag tjj-to-iUte. Fresh Fruit r.:i'"i Lvlliei. j Fro*u Pork oernun an-4 b*ef German : hot Mom Via, Sitvlojr. ati.l coffee j fvcry s-vtar'i-iv Nirfht. j l'ir.r.f-r?. att^'ri■■■"?". 'IR'tt<l urd fresh CaV<*, VsMtv, ar.-l sm*u Oo*d* : a » • * k. Light k*!r*»htttr.K ar..l Coffee i f.T i'Arcv1 At n -k's notice. > IWn Crurr.f-t* SAtorlay. MRS J. h. JOHN - ox, ; Hi^'h *r., xa-nmfcie. j School of Music, i Na^'sm'bie. Next k, LUfctiry's Cycle "vtacancies for * few vlvun^ed j * SUi-Jonts, or be-^innrrs, *bo wi«h to loarn Violin, 1'itr.o. singing. Vjoiclt ad rancement guarantee! Pianos and Organs tuned and repaired. K. J. pechotsch, lUedicMtec and Instructor. Yietorian Producers' Co operative Co. Ltd. Reijistkeeii Ostick : Wool. Exchange Bcildixus, -u'j Coluss Street, Melbourne. J. Williams "wishes to noiily ihat be has been t * appoi...

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

Do You Know THAT .... J. F. Greenwood j J AS securc! Ivt a JlHimIc term the .Mit .J. .M'DONA \A), who is A Kirst-clnss Fni rier^ mid Agricul tural $iuiili. Late Furrier to the Mclhouri.e Carning Co. .i«id Manager of F ,«iiHold Slicing F.»rfce, Mi-fbnurne ; ni-u l.mr imm wilfi N/clioUou A Morrow, Mflboiin.r 'ttid Shcppirlon ; nlso .a First .Smith mm Miuv^iers, C<mib«, tie., :i:ul (»< » cr;il F.nrn Machinery. Securing lliu . . . Flit,ST Plif/KS For Light nml Heavy .Shoeing nt fSlit*pj)Jirtou show in It'll. The fullouiiiR is a Tcfrlimcui.il from Mr Adams, one of the hvriing hosfe breeders •tud judges for the Agricultural Society of Victoria: — "Jjarfuld," via Kvncton. This is to certify thai Mr J. M'Donald when nt Kedesdale shod to my entire satis* faction nil my Slunv horpe-s, which were exhibited at Melbourne, (.Jcatid National, Hcndigo and Kyneion Shows. I havo no hesitation in MyinR that they were all neatly nml carefully *hod, and it war the talk of the distr...

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SPICE CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

KI'IL'K CAKE. — • m Take one pound of flour, half pound of . brown sugar, half pouud of butter, n quarter of 5 pound of citron peel, half « eiar of currant*, washed and well driefcj or Alliums uiuybe used Instead™ currants, half a cup of wine, < { tuilk, hair a cupof goldeu tsyruj a teatipoonfiil of enrhonate or B carbonate «>f Hodn; six doves poui^ ed fmt\ Mix hhIu, . spices, sugar into ihe butter, add the, ingredient!!, sUr in the flou®^ Wurli * it well into the mixtu In a well greased tin. tfjpkfj are required - .for. this cake. Jfek, . $7 ^■:p . t v .

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PAPER AS WEARING APPAREL [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

«APER AS WEARING APPAREL The attempts now being m»dc to establish cups made of paper nt nil public drinking fauntains in England is ft reminder Uuit such articles have long been used in some towns of the linked Slates. I'up'cr, in deed, bus iteon put to extraordinary purposes ; for hi Japan it is used for dinner-plitte.s, /nuts, picture* frames, and many other, things. Arabs have been found using oven cooking-pots and frying-pans uuido of compressed and chemically-treat ed paper. During one of our Indian campaigns a light infantry regiment came under a perfect fusHludo . ol paper. bullets. Wearing apparel of paper is now being manufactured in more thai! one Continental town, and in Sav.: ony. puper and cotton ant also spur* together, so that in the finished yarn* the paper envelopes the cotton { These yarns are used as filters, ill1 conjunction with cotton warp, in weaving drillings suitable for towel ling, skirts, and summer wuist co^its. Heavier and warmer "cloth is mudu by combin...

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A Previous Huge Gold Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

A Previous Huge Gold Robbery. The slory of tho recent uro.it rob :>orv of I hi 11 i< in in the nuirs- of transit to Alexandria recalls a Hmilar i-iini" which took pl.irc mi'u • years ago on tlit* Soulli-1 aM - 'ni tlailway. Thostorv of how lite robbery was commit led iiiim1 to litrhf souio jears afterwards. owing Jo n ipmrre 1 the confeder ates. On tho o>oti!iiu of Ma\ I "J, is:,r., Uir e lart-o Iiums ol' gold bullion wiM1 tul.i-ii to London Uri'luo Sia lion In ho sent to Pari*. Kwry pnnivttion hail been taken to guard tho |>nrious metal. Tin* Iuvm.^ were bound with iron bars. and. at'tor thry had horn sealed and weighed, wvro placed in a Chubb';; sale, tho duplicate keys of which wort' Kept by ono of the conlid-'ii tfaf servants of tho railway com pany ami tho captain of the cross Channel hoat. Tho safe was placed in tho guard's vnn. When tho boxes wcro taken oat at Boulogne they wore weighed, ami one was IdiiiiiI to ho over-weight. They were opened, and it was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

Notice to Farmers HAVING erected an up-to-dato Weigh, bridge, I am not? prepared to do all kinds of weighing at reasonable rates. I am also prepared to buy Wheat in any quantity, and pay cash for saiuo as soon as it- is put over Weighbridge, as I have been appointed Local Representative for^ J. Darling & Sons, 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 Royal Insurance Company. L. CAELLI, Produce Merchant and Sawmills Railway Station, Nagambie. Phone No. 2. THE ASSOCIATION 'DRAW. Wcduesday, 3rd June. Murchison visit Euroa Rushworth ,, Nagtiinbic Seymour ,, Avcncl Saturday, 18tb June. Nagambie visit Murchison Avcncl . „ Runhworth Euroa ,, Seymour Saturday, 201U June. Euroa' visit Rushworth AvcucI ,, . Nagambio Seyuiour ,, Murchison Wednesday, 1st July, Murchison visit Avenel Nugatiibie ,, Euroa Rushworth ,, Soymour Wednesday, 8th July. Rushworth...

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OVERSEAS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

OVERSEAS CLUB. The Overseas Club of Melbourne, has so rapidly attained a large mem bership list, that new and more spa cious premises must be found. Amons the buildings under consideration is i one containing three storeys and a basement, which would probably prove of a satisfactory size for the 4000 or so members which comprise the club. Coal is India's most important mineral product, followed by gold and petroleum. v

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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

£}ir $a0;uubic (Limes' FRIDAY, JUNK 12, 1014. Local and General. Th«yA£-*mbie Bantf. nr.dcr the le.vlerO. ;> of Mr Pechot^ch, will rerwkr » prosr.^rr,::; of music appropriate to the ccca»ion 10 <m>: of the oval* nest Snnd.iy afternoon. ^ Mr Rice, our local station-master, wivj took Mr Kenny's place only a few month, ago, was not to make a lengthy stay :n j«igarnbie, as a few days since ho receivc'l notice of his promotion aud transfer to tne relieving staff. As an official MrRice h**1 been well appreciated, and as citizcn* he i »nd Mta Rico have made many friend 1 during their short sojourn here, and their ! early departoro is regretted. The position of 8.>f. at >"agarabic will be taken by Ar paynter, of Glentbompson. We welcom-: this gentleman to our midst, ar.A trust he will be <10*1® ^ successful llls rrc'* ccsscrs. A permanent appointment has been ra.vk in connection with^thc position of j^v. to Tehieles bolt. Nagsunbie was cn lete on Mond-iy (K...

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AUSTRALIA v. SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

AUSTRALIA v. SOUTH AFRICA. ; * Although still pome distance nwav, the Australian cricket tour of South Africa is a subject of much debate ; land gossip. The battle is to bcRln at | Durban on Dec. 1, KU4, and to finish on April IT, 11)15. The result of the "English tour in the same country filled nil Austra lian cricket lovers with hope ; but at the same time, several of the English players have declared that [ the defeated enemy was by no means \ so we«k as figures would appear to \ imply. Indeed, the Surrey champion. J. IK Hobbp. lias unhesitatingly t given his opinion in favour of South ' Africa In the coming contest. "I am : absolutely sincere," be says, "in I prophesying that when the Austra- j Hans visit South Africa at the end j of the present year, tht\v will not J only find a cricket foe worthy of ; their steel, but a Joe who will, I j am quite certain, win the majority. ' of their matches. Vcs, I eay that j South Africa will assuredly defeat J .Australia inmost o( the tests...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

News and Notes. Tho congregation of St. Andrew'* Pres byterian Clutrch last ovcuing tendered a cordial wolcomo to thoir now miniator, the Rov. A. K. Tolhurst, whoso induction took placo in tho afternoon. In tho evening uddresse* suitivblo to tho occasion wore limdc bv visiting ministers, mid a pro gramme ot musical items, followed by nr abundant supply of refreshments combined in mnico a very pleasant ovoning. Thf annual Hospital Sunday sorvices will lie held in tho church noxl Sunday. Tho residents of Tabilk on Wednesday ovoning tendorcd Sir Dixon a complimen tary social and presentation prior to his departure for Kaneira, to which placo ho has been transferred by the Kducation Department. Tho social was held at tho residence ol Mr W. .7. Oddy, and was atton ded by a number of well-wishers of tho guest, who, as schoohnastor, has dis charged his duties in a most oxeinplary manner, and under his guidance the chil dren have dono wolf. All joined in wishing Mr and Mrs Dixon long lifo a...

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