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

NURSES of Large Experience Recommend CLEMENTS to thalr Patient*. NURSE CATHERINE KORTING of 176 Dam Street, Brunswick. Vic., write* ai follow. (29/2/12): CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I ta writiai about A* taontci foodCLEMENTS TONIC bi done »jr daugh ter. h January Ia»t year, afce ni operated apon (or aypesdkitii. She «u eifht week* ia the botpital, and ' caate home very weak and raidewm. IiaTehertemal bottlea of Clements Tonic. It MM atreagthraed her aerra, ik wu u well at i chU with her before long. Foarteeo years ago I first ased this nediciie u a nurie , and hare recommended it tiawt Mt of Bomber. I have' aaea people restored to health ail strength, and bleis the day they heard of it. It ■ever failed to do good. CATHERINE KORTING." (he buwan •y&lern iit order rr.pld*;' fc ALL CHEMISTS A STORES SELL IT. j W.C. SULLIVAN BEGS to announce (hat lie has (;ik«u over the Wjne Cafe recently carried on by Mrs J. Bcims, and Irusls by shicfly attending to the requirements of patrons to ineri...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with opinions expressed by Correspondents.] FOOTBALL IN NAGAMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

0orr«8pon$w», vr-r^f [Wc do not necessarily identify ourselves with opinions 'expressed by Corrwpou, dents.] FOOTBALL IN NAGAMBIE. TO TUB EMTOB OF TBK TIMES. Sir,—Being &u old Nagambie townsman, aud ou a visit to the town last Monday, 1 proceeded to the football match, Nagambio Juniors v, J&ilmore Assumption'College; and I was particularly impressed With ){io glasp of juuior football that exfrts fn yotjr fqvm. 1 have always noticed that Nigambie seniors havo for wany years oooupied a good position iu the senior Association; and no wonder, wheu thov have auoh a number o( young meu playing the good old game'in the dis trict, therefore mahlpg it much eaeier for the selectors to seleot an amateur team, in* stead of introduoing that professional | clement >yhioh goes to kill any sport. But 1 was given to understand that there were a couple o! senior players playiog against Kilmoro on Monday; if so, the visiting lads wore a little handicapped. But on tho other hand it w...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PAPUA'S FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

PAPUA'S FUTURE. Wlmt the future holds (or Austr.v Im'k must perplexing dependency ro-1 j mums to be seen ; but at tho present j tim\ when such utterly rontrudic- i I tory ,!]!inj(lns ,trc voitfei, mul o.-ich | imv? cuarnnieed the fruit of prac tlcal experience Rained by lire spent nmons-, and study devoted to. the I inhabitants of the island, to form ! any satisfactory- conclusion on the ' subject is n matter of prave difll culty. One writer, through an interesting medley of remarkably sanguine rea soning, has arrived at the conclusion that Papua only wants the help of a handful Of white teachers, who will impart the rudiments of a European ' mechanical and literary education to the enthusiastic natives, to be de veloped by her inhabitants Into a prosperous, self-contained, and cul tured community. Such a remit is certainly out of line with the ei- i perience of any other Polynesian na tion. j In every other case, the fact that contact with the white man means ! the eventual destruc...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Nagambie Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

Nagambie Golf Club. The Seymour, Club visited Na • gambic 011 Monday afternoon and ' played a match against the Nagam | bie Golf Club under perfect weather 11 coifttitions. Although the visitors were not successful-in winning the ! match owing to the exceptionally I good form of the home team, they ' enjoyed the day's onting immensely. The links were in splendid order, and afternoon tea, served by Hie ladies, was much appreciated by the players. The Nagambieites put up a first-rate performance in winning by 2<> aces against the Seymour club, which is regarded as a good combination, and are apparently displaying improved form. '• Nngnmliic. Soymour. H. A. If. A. F. Fosdick .. <1 r> v Lom.AX .. 0 0 L. M'T'hco .. 0 0 v M'LouRblm .. 1 l\ R. Forbes .. :J 1 V M'Coll .. 0 0 S. Lobb .. o 5 v Miller .. 0 0 0. Brcnsiug .. 0 0 v W. Adams . .. Q 3 T. Dorum .. 0 0 v CioUlic . 1 3 W. Forbes .. 1 •1 V H. Adams . . 0 0 II. Lobb .. t 1 V Cox ... . 0 0 J. Fosdick . ..10 5 ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

Attention, Please. mrs J. Jonnsou DESIRES to announce that ?ho hai Opened Itnsine?* in the premises of Mrs M'Sweene.v. Everything tXp-to-dato. Fresh Fruit and Lollies. Fresh Pork German and Heef Gorman Saveloys. Hot Meat Pice, Hot Saveloy* and Coffee every Saturday Night. Dinners, Aftoin?on Tea, Hoard and Lodging, use of Piano Fiesh Cake, Pastry, and Small Goods twice a week. Light Refreshments wiihTeaand Coffee for Dances at a week's notice. Fresh Crumpets every Saturday. MRS .1. H. JOHN'iOX, High St., Nagambie. School or Music. Nagauibie. Next R. Embury's Cycle Depot. "TTACAXC1ES for a few advanced Students, or beginners, who wish to learn Violin, Piano, Singing, Quick ad. vancement guaranteed Pianos and Organs tuned and repaired, R. J. PECHOTSCH,. Bandmaster and j Instructor. • I Victorian Producers' Co operative Co. Ltd. Registered Oi'FICE : Wool Exchange Buildings, s 495 Collins Street, Melbourne. J. Williams | V\7"ISHES to notify ih.tt he has been i I f appointed Local Agent f...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

Current Topics. On the occasion of her routing a paper entitled "Australian Womanhood" before the Women's Political Association Mrs. B. Lavender advocated womcnVbeing olccted mcmbors o{ municipal councils, acting aa detectives in connection with offeuccs against women and children, and serving on juries. The last of theso is no now pro posal, and is by no means a novel one, but it has little or nothing to recommend it, : while a great deal can be urged against it. Nor is it easy to sec what particular end would bo served by females being made councillors. It is quite true some of thom havo very good business heads, but tho building of bridges, forming and mainten ance of streets, roads and footpaths, civil engineeringand buildingopcrations.ctc, etc., are hardly in their line, Moreover council , meetings are of ton unduly prolonged as it is; and if male and female councillors got arguing possibly "all night sittings"—as in the case of Parliament—would soon be in evidenco. As regards ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POSTAL RATES AND RECULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Common wealth" k used in connection with thoso rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.J For every i ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Comir.on % wealth 0 1 For delivery in the British Em pire 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides, Banks, and Torre* Islands .. 0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 21 LETTER GAUDS. For delivery within the- Cointnor.we.ilth: Single, Id- each; reply, Id. each half. For delivery in the British Kmnire (see list of places under "Letters)—Sia gle, Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, Ani Torres Klatuls--Single, -\l. each. For deliwry in other ptacos — Single, 2Jd. each. TOST CARDS. Single Poste:ird> improved with tho Id. stamp, and lUply or double cards, each half of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may he transmitted to places within the Commonwealth, and tr those places, enumerated under ,r..e tiers," to which letters may bo tr...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Close Season. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

Close Season. ' Black lisb from 1st September to 31st December, both dates inclusive; English trout, from let May to> 3lst August, Note— Any person tielung with .a net or fixed engine, in any river, creek, or stream, or within such distance \iom the mouth thereof, an may be proclaimed by tbe Ooveruor in-C'ouncii, shall be liable to a peualty of not less than £2, or more than .£20 Murray bream, Murray ood aud Murray. perch, from 1st October to 30th November each year, both dates inolueive Penalty.—Any person taking, sol|a ing, or tuposing for sale during close season for any species of fisb, any tiuli of such species,-shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding £20 Weights.—Black tisb, 4 oza ;]breaui, 6 ozs; oattisb,| 1 ozs; Murray cod, lbs; Murray pereb, S ozs; u'out lit , all kiuda not to lie under 8 ozs. Any persuu takiug, selling, or exputiug for sale, or having possession 0f uuy tisii of the species mentioned of a lust weight than the weight set after the uauie of such lisb, a...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

TABILK HOTEL, Corner STATION & IIIO11-Streets, NHGHMB1E. J. MIXTOSll * (Late of Kynbram. J3KGS to NoillyDie Public of Nagambic and district that tie '' lifts taken over the above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and . trusts by strict attention to business to merit a fair jliare ' of patronage. Goon Accommodation ( Good Stabling Modkhate Tuums Attkntivk Gkoom Best Brauds of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. L;- MA SON ' ' (Lato Mr A. Lever) ' ' Wishes to anno;incc to the residents of Nagambie and District "that lie lias taken over tlio busirioss of Hie abovo well known Hotel, and intend? to cater for patrons . . , , by supplying the best in everything. Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Groom. £s Victoria Ale MAUKliT.n* The Ifalley Hotel, . .. • ^ Mncnmem. UNDER NEW MANAGKMENT. IRro (! Diana Hi jlllo. u. rldHcHl. (LATti OK WAHRINO) TTAVING laken possession of the. "XI above Hotel, informs her friends nnd the public generally lhat eviry endewr wilt he made to make Ihe...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

Church Services rumen nv ns'r:r.Avh Rtctor / Rev. G. W. Carter, t:; j, Kir«t Sunday after Trinisr Sa-m-HcIy Communion 11 am—Morning Prayer PKESHYTKRIAX. A! fi a.m. and 7 p.ni. Hospital Sunday Prvacher, 1U?7 A. c. Tolhur.-t MKTHODHT Mornin? at 11 —Mr Jeokin Kvcniog at 7—Mr JenVin HOilAN CATHOLIC Morning at ll-.Vj-Kcv. Father Kjv.in,^;,

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

For Critical Tastes. (^{^(^0(5-5)o i TEA TIME !s i Is tlie most delightful hour of the day,! whenever j "Tea hovers' Tea" j= Is served to Friends or Farnilv. Everyone delig'hts in the exquisite flavour, and full, rich aroma of this Perfect Blend of Tea. As an example of the high quality of this Blend, ask for a sample Tin of "Tea hovers' Tea" In lib., 31b., and 101b. Tins. R, E. GADD, NAGAMBIE STORES. | » I BE WISE! | I 4 KEEP WARM during' the Cold 5 0, ■ Weather! 9 3) ft All you require to accomplish & jt | NOW SHOWING | | . -A.- 1 | D. BROWN'S 'Woollen Goods of all Descriptions BLANKETS AjSD RUGS A Specialty. j Cowan & Co LADIES! ! We would draw your attention particularly to the following lines, whicli are well worth your in spection at this season. BLANKETS, in AVliite, Silver Grey and Dark Grey. 1'LANNEL, Natural and White, usual weights and prices. CRIMEAN FLANNEL at Is. lid. and 2s. 3d. FLANNELETTES, the regular ranges in White, Pink and Stripe. J'YJAMA FLANK ...

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

Gregory's "WAHRING STORES. All Plowing* Requisites on Hand. Plow Shares, all brands. Plow Reins. Rope. Plow Chains Bluestone, Etc. SUITS to Measure. Cotno and Inspect our Now PaUorn Books. All tlio Latest Stylos Sliown, Suits to Measure from 35s. Wahring Stores. Overeoats! Overcoats! Rainproof Coats. Oilskins, Etc. PEEP ABE PGR THE COLD WEATHER. From 20s to 100s. MM Tony OrPwoo^'s : mm CALL AT ONCE.

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

Froift ih» export point of view, tbo Vio* tovi*n wheat season now closing has boon, if not a record ouo, something very tlcwely approaching it. According to roturus wup plied lust week at tho Railway dup.irlmonb tboro hiivo been ?,i!81,&i2 ba^sof wheat earriod from tbo country districts, as uftaiust 5,101,11M during the cprruspoudiug poriod of last year.- On- country stations Ihoro were on the 2nd. iust. 1,060,824 bags of wheat remaining of tho season's crop, au compared with 1,030,066 on tho sunio day lost year. It is cxpectcd that the balk of this will bavo been cleared oil wh«n tbo now season opens oi\ ^b.Pecemboe ucxfc* Mrs Coff iA ^ old-aga ptatiouer„ ag?A dpw.o ^'ho. has soeu-Urigbfor days ; j SWgrauta.mp pocnu&uou to meotiou her, . | AjjiI to. publish her quota of praiuo, i ' A hookiug, dry cough was, tho bauo of her, j I Which tuitdo the nights hard to eudure; | ! But she bids mo to say sho charmed it away'; > With Woods' Great l\»ppor>mut Curo. | The L...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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NAGAMBIE JUNIORS v. WAHRING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

Naqambie Juniors v, Wahring. On Saturday the Juniors pro-1 cgeded to Wahriug, where-a very evenly contested match was played. ! The visitors did uot have as strong | a team as the previous Saturday this put the opposing nj,ore | equal ternjjS, w(5,th, tjhp result that a • W^Wy ent'erestiug game eventuated, | Juniors practically winniug ou ; the post after a greqt battle. . The i opening quarter was not respon sible for much scoriug by either side, 1 Wahriugscoring 1 pt and Nagambie two. From then on till half time the teams coutinued ou even terms, each getting a goal. aud a few pts., and when the interval was announc ed Wahriug was one point to the good, the scores beingr-^ Wahring 1—5. ^agai$>ife V-^! In-tyfe ttirdj fai wsitots were' beld,'welA ift cb)ecki by (be red . White, b;u/:s,, atid whilst the lat M another six points, the 4 (n«Hi got nothing. Wahriug com • menced the concluding term with ' I every hope of securing a victory, f j but they were doomed to be di&-. ...

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FOOTBALL. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

FOOTBALL. SATURDAY'S MATCIIKS. Nagambie visit Murcliison Avenel visit Ruslnvorth : Kuroa visit Seymour The football season may now be : said to be well launched locally. The Junior Association is going great guns, with the Nagambie leather chasers in front, closely pursued by Mitchellstown, and in the Line Association the different clubs, with their teams and sup porters are laying themselves out for a right Royal time all round. There is every reason to feel pleased and satisfied with the posi tion of the Nagambie Football club. Mr W. R. Bourke, as financial organiser, is proving a big help to the locals, and he may be depended on to bring them out on the right side. Added to this we have a good, live President, and an energetic committee who are taking great in terest in the affairs of the club. The primary object is -to conduct the affairs in an economical way, and with business like management there is no reason why a credit balance should not be in evidence at the end of the se...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MITCHELLSTOWV v. BAILIESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

MXTCHIiULSTOWV v. Baiuuston. (Prom Our Correspondent), Tue game Mitchellstown v, Bailies tou, at Mitchellstown, was ratlier a one-sided affair, and this was owing ta Bailiestou being poorly repre sented. One cannot but feel sorry to see that many of those players who took a leading part in keeping Bailieston unbeaten last year are absent this season, Some certainly have left the district, but there were others who might have been present on Saturday to give a hand in up holding the prestige of the tea.Hl. This must indeed be disheartening to those workers who are endeavor ing to keep the Bailiestou Football Club a going concern. The game itseU does not need to be discuss^ at length. . Bailieston si;Mcatt sent the ball into Mitchells tawu territory during the first quarter, but in' the same period Mitchellstown continually bom barded the Bailiestou goal, putting on 4 goals and a number of minor points. In the second quarter Bailiestou showed to best advantage, and gathered their full...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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ASSUMPTION COLLEGE v. NAGAMBIE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

Assumption Coi.i.kgk v. Nagam inii Juniors. What might he described as a good display of junior football Was witnessed on Cohen's ground on Monday, when the Kilmore Assump tion College team, accompanied by several of the Brothers and sup porters, visited Nagambie. Pre vious to the main attraction com mencing the smaller hoys of the College, who were represented by a full team, gave battle to Nagambie's rising "stars" of the future, and after a '.strenuous fight, in which all the traditions of the game were displayed by the youngsters, Na gambie won by three points, the final scores being 1—5 to 1—2. This match was witnessed with in terest by a number of spectators, and the grim earnestness showu by the juveniles evoked great amuse ment. Dibbens umpired. The older College boys then took the field against the Nagambie juuior team, of which latter E. Caelli was captain. It. was at once apparent that the locals had the advantage both in years and weight, aud ott play commencing Nagambie...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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AUSTRAL PHOTO PLAY CO. LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

AUSTRAL PHOTO Pr,AY CO. LTD. In our advertising columns to-day is tho abridged prospectus of tho abovo company which has rccontly been successfull}'Jloated. 100,000 shares, which were held in reserve, ; arc now offored for public subscription, pay- | able fid on application and Gd on allotment, I and it is within tho rcach of anyono to take I up 100 shares, which should roturn at lcs\st 30 per cent, per annum. In addition the promoter offers lOoharcs forovory 100 shares applied for within 11 days. • Tho company has almost completed an up-to-date studio and plant in Melbourne, and being tho first of its kind in Australia, is recoiving oncour agemont from all sources. Tho plays pro duccd will bo typically Australian, with Australian artists and some of the subjects willl include early station life and stories of the goldfields. Educatioual and industrial pictures will be a special featuro and with tho beautiful scenery for which Australia is noted, tlicro is uo doubt that tho venture ...

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Glencairn Golt Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

1 Glencairn Goli Club. Members of the above indulged in a teams match on Monday, the President andVice-President leading the respective sides, and the last i named combination carried off the ; honors. The outing was made more enjoyable by a picnic party being held on the links, several of the lady members of the club pro viding the refreshments. The scores | were :— j I'nKsmr.xT. Vicn-Puiwmr.NT. II. A. h.a. Dr Davie* .. . 0 0 v Mr Hnthiim ... 9 f> Mr A, Forbes.. . fi f> v Mr(j. Cowan... 0 0 MrJ.C.Cowai iOOv Mr M'Loort ... 1 3 MrM'l'hcn .. . 0 0 v Mr Oortlon ... , l t Mr V. Wftlkc r /» 5 v Mr J\ Co., ... 0 0 Mr P. Wnllto r 0 0 v Mr T. Willis ... 1 1 Mr J. Holham 0 0 v Mr Lavender... r> n 11 JO 'J.'l Mr* (iorclon .. . Sq v Miss C. llayf !fl &i MrsCaalli .. . :j i v Miss Miliclt . .. 0 0 Mrs Swift . ? fj V Mrs Cliirlio . ..0 0 Miss Hayes .. . 0 0 v Mrs MT.eo<l . .. n i Mm Willis .. . 0 0 v. Mrs Miller .. 3 1 Miss Diivies .. . Sq V Miss Cowan . .. Sq 10 9 o ...

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ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 12 June 1914

ASSOCIATION MEETING. Tho following aro additional particulars relating to tho business done at tho dole gates' mooting of. the W.N.E.F.A., held over from lost week:— The Prosidont, who was absent from fcty®. ' annual meeting, thanked do^gates''^oc, hie rc'oloction and trusted qc&s.bjft a^boiifc to qfcarj ^rmoniously as {l^ prcdocesso.r. Ho \voulc( onucavo^r to discharge th,e responsibilities ctf hin position in $ nonpar t^t yfQtild hp satisfactory to ftWt Mr Gallioan (Rushworth) thanked dele gates for tho kindly consideration shown theic olub at tho annual meeting ol tho Association, As a result of this tho Rush worth club had been placed in tho happy, position of boing ablo to oontinuo in the Association. > Tho registration of player^ \?as then pro coodod with. J.' 'i'ctokro,' who had signed aoih' MOrchkon andgNagambie forms was given permission to play with Nagambie. Special permits were granted to the six players of Euroa, referred to; ttf, the annual meoting. dub pres...

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