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A Fishing Yarn. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

A Fishing Yarn. (By Dixon,iniilcr) He was hanging over (ho rail of the Tabill; bridge, <1.moling a shark hook on a length of li.ilf-iuch Manilla. Inquisitive, I hoppod off the bike, and leaned over to see what lie was after. " Darn yer," ht liowlod, turning on me so murder ously that I recoiled behind the bike, "Why carn't yer mind ver own business ? Seo, yer fool, I'vi lorst 'i 111 agen," and he pointed lo where a startled nl itvons had mad. turmoil of the calm water i He was a little old man, with a red-rimmed watety eye, ami wild, dirty-white whiskers that looked as if the owner slept on his chin, lie liad evidently been engaged in liar . vesting, burgling, or some equally remunerative toil, as he wore a new felt hat and a new pair of over-large ' tweed pants. From his general j nppcnrancc, his awful breath, and : the fact that an almost empty boille | of Mitchell's nestled between his feel, 1 judged that the soasoti for jim-jams and fantods must liavo opened recently....

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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FOR AND AGAINST. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

FOll AND AGAINST. Joins Mt s friend. "I Bay, Jenkln," he commenced, "you are , just the was I want to sec. You have knawa me now tor flvp years, haven't you ?" "Yei." "W. ll, I would like you to aeco tn.Mlute me with -a loan of five1 pounds." "Sorry, but I can't.'' "Why not ?" "BeeauM-I'v« knofB you for Aye1 year* J'" ' ^866-.. ,

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Sporting Notes. NAGAMBLE TURF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

Sporting Notes. nagambie turf club. annual jieetino. Tho annual mooting of tbo Nagambie Turf Club was held on Monday cvoning last at Lover's Criterion Hotel when there were present, Mr J. Furlong (president) in tho eliair, Alcsars Osborno, E, M'Donald, T. Ryan, A. I. Baud, T. Clarke, If. Cchen, A Bazoley, A. Lever and J. Comerford. Election of Oflicers. Tbo principal business of the cvoning was tho election of officers, which resulted as follows:— President—Mr J Furlong. Vice-presidents — Messrs D, Ahem, T. Ryan, £. Morgan and E. M'DonalJ. Judge—Mr T. Ryan. Starter—Mr J. J. O'Dwycr. Clerk of Scalcs—Mr Fred. Hill. Clerk of Course—Mr T. Donovan. Handicapper 31r Hill. Stewards—Messrs P. Morgau, T. Derum, J. J. O'Dwyer, J. Furlong, J. Comerford, R. Mahoooy, A. I. Baud, T, Ryan, E. M'Donald and T. Clarke. Tho secretary's salary was fixed at £10, on motion of Messrs Comerford and Ryan. Secretary—Mr tT. D. OVDonogbue, on the motion of Messrs M'Donald and Cohen, In regard to the date it was...

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THE MONTENEGRIN WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

THE MONTENEGRIN WIFE. Thc^JJontcnegrin woman wishes no. only to l»o the mother of men, bu1 the wife of u man. She holds tc a high-!miuli>(i husband, to one whe will - he master in his own house. \\rm?s% • s.»ys the Paris correspon* ent .of the "Daily Telegraph," th< story of the wooing of-Gordanne, as told in the "Ifcv.ue liobdonuidairo." Gordon'!© uustbe beautiful daugh ter of ;an innkeeper. .Her suitor* were many, and it was lime for her to wed; She promised to make her choice .between three suitors, ami summoned, them all to her father's house. On the -afternoon ol the same dny. staMftingin the door* way, she awaited •• thelr-coming. First it was -•* youth, gloved and cravat ted, who, -during a week-end nt Cattaro, had acquired the ele> pp»«rie? of rity life. .. -"Excuse me," ' • , : ' n polite buffing of his , v. ;i yju let me^pass?" Gor. ..an tc .stepped wide but as she did so she murmured, "Y.qu will never be m- 'i «''«rid." The Sw-cond, a-eonrforfrable farmer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

Listen to Me! (5-5)0(^5)0 ^_^(^_S)o The last Consignment for tlie old year, coming' direct from London, ex SS. "Moravian" has been opened out, and includes 400 Day Clocks, Hosiery, Embroidery, &c. A larg'e and beautiful assort ment. NEW YEAR PAIR. UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE. ; Buy Your Goods EARLY, and get the Cream of the Continent's Creations from R E. GADD, nagambie STORES. (t . 3) Date of | Summer Sale. jl * Vj $ ; THURSDAY : J | February 5th, 1914. | >1 • SEE CIRCULARS. j I J S . . AI - - X f D. BROWjVfS B Stores. T « t a > V tllll 8 nowa &Co ® V,'e lmvt pleasure in annouu i g u> the residents of B > Nagaiubie and Distriot thai — ,! OUR A.WCTAL SUMMER SALE OF SEASONABLE GOODS, Will Commence on—— Thursday, 29th Jan. And Continue for Two Weeks. GENUINE REDUCTIONS in all lines of Millinery, (jeneral Drapery, Men's and Boy's Clothing, Boots and Shoes. COWAN & CO. GENERAL PROVIDERS, High street, Nagambie. 9>cl}00l o "J^usic VIOLIN, SINGING ami PIANO ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

!pf] A "DTT tP Jd.U X £bLl3 Corner STATION' & HIGM-Klreuts, NPfGH7^TBIE. ,i. M/fivawsai. (Late of Kyabr.nn. 13EGS to Notity llic Public of NaKambie and district that lie lias taken over tlie above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and ' trusts by strict aitenli'in to business to'lierit a fair share of patronage. Good Accommuii.viion Uoud Stabling Moderate I'khms Attkntivk Ghoo.m Best Urands of Wines and Spirits. Criterion. Hotel. ■ ' ' A. LKVElf (Late Mrs Carroll) Wishes toannonnce to the residents of Nagambie and District that he has taken over the business of the abovo well known Hotel, and intends to eater for patrons by supplying the best in everything. \ Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Groom. SsA .Victoria Ale The Ahlley Hotel, NHCHGQfilH. UNDEU NEW MANAGEMENT. (LATE OF WAHKING) HAVING * taken possession of ihc abovo Hotel, informs her friends and the public generally that every endeavor will lie made to make (hem coinforlablo when they pay a call A)J WINES, SPI...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

Church 8ervices CHURCH OK "ENGLAND. Rector: Rev. G. W. Carter. KJ)., TliX. Third Sunday after Bplphany 7 8o p m—Rev K W Wray PKE8BYTKHIAN, ii a.iii. and 7-30 p.m.—Rev. H, "HPtlnP: MpTHftDIST Morning at J1 tyr 4«h|ey Evening at 7*30—Mr ^shfey — ROHAN CATHOLIC. Morning at 11.3a—Rev, Father Kavanagh

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

Son&vemo&t OuA I' HE Family of the late Mra Scully I desire to return their sincere THANKS to'their many kind friends for expressions of eympathy and valoablo assistanoe rendered in their reoent sad bereavement.

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How Dogs are Trained for War. RESCUING WOUNDED SOLDIERS ON THE BATTLEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

How Dogs are Trained for War. rescuing wounded sol lukufi on the battle field. Tito fact that Major Kichnrdson, ititious ns a trainer of doss (or "I'll special services as police, sen ".V. and nmbulauco work, has' Jum •turned from the lialkan*. where he s been studying the conditions ■'tier which (logs may )>c further 1 ;SC(' modern warfare, calls al tuilion to the value of enmtttt help in tho bnttlwioM, pnrticulnrlv in •mnoction w|ih Tied Cross work As a matter of fact, no f,.,',,,. ""<• <"•'« <I«K» took part In tit,. I Matt campaign in TrjJH)]i, '■•reds of wounded men who iiu'kIu otherwise have l.een left to their Intc being f01m(| j,v Ul(, nnitlmK. ami duly rescued. T„ (|llolo Uchardson. "N„ matter k(v;iK miiltulanco corps may search the Ik-M "iter nn engagement, a dog is su perior In working its wnv ui>to tin expeeted places and discovering lit ■ wounded. Its sight is kc„mr U]m| 'uttti s, and there is the additional advantage of its srent."...

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The [?] wealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

. ;myTV-iT- - r~- »-n-aas POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The ComVlKtfi wealth" is used in connection with theso rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord liowo fslnuJ, nnd Norfolk Island.J LETTERS. For every J ounce or fraction thereof, for delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in the British Em pire ■ .. 0 1 • . delivery in tho Now Hebrulos, and 'lorres Islands 0 a ♦L.ivery in other places .... 0 LETAEK CAKDS. »■ a livery within the Commonwealth: 'auitiic, Id. cach; reply, Id. each half, i or delivery in tho British Eimrire (aeo list oi places under "Letters ')—Sin l*ie, Id. cach. , r delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, i Torres Islands—Singlo, 'Jd. each, .u* delivery in other places— Single, 2\i\. cach. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with tho Id. stamp, and Keply or doublo cards, each hah of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may be transmitted to mncet within the Commonwealth, auu tc hose places, enumerated under .fw," to which letters...

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Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

Bowls. On Wednesday last Tatura paii a visit to Nagatnbie in connectioi with tlie contest for the Associa tion premiership, when the home team suffered another defeat. They 1 were minus the services of Mr R. I VV. Hill, who was unfortunately on the sick list. Hall's rink, who motored from Tatura met with a mishap on the road through their car sticking them up, and it was five o'clock before they took the green, consequently this rink finish ed up very late. Hannah, who has come back into the game again this season captained against Hall and finished up eight to the good, there being no less than four dead ends throughout this contest. Park's rink met Davey's early in the after noon, but went down badly, Davey finishing up with a lead of 14, the visitors thus winning by six. The green was very keen and played splendidly, whilst the ladies display ed their usual thoughtfulness by supplying afternoon lea. The fol lowing are the scores :—> TATUIU. Kinlt 1—Luiiton, Williams, Eaeon, Hu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

Gregory's WAEnnra stores. SUMMER goods Ladies', ■Gents', and Children's. Inspection Cordial If \ Invited. \ i "Waliring Stores. #5* ■ 1 The Approach of the Hot Weather. Q ECU HE an Electric Iron on tli latest and most up-to-date liues. Once used, no other Iron entertained.. .Makes ivork in fcho Laundry a pleasure, instead of a „ burden. . .Also, an Electric Hot Water Kettle. A great saving both in beat and fuel. Eleatric Fans to keep you cool. Erected at Melbourne Prices. Fancy Shades, Lamps, and all Electrical appliances on hand. A largo stock to choose from. Inspection invited. A. G.Ashley, All Classes of Electrical Work Executed, ' jttt t t-isari 'diqmvSw '•& n-^YJEt ^HaJjXYHi'aOTIYi 3BGL aOOMJHO AAIOiL "® : "" '~ -m&MM l!)_ sjasnojx jo JRd AV9 si b pug jing 3Bg y Baianoag /Cq \\&TY1 roafj aqx

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Death Roll. MRS. S. RALTON. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

Death Roll. MRS. S. RAI/TON. On Saturday last death removed from our midst another very old aud highly respected resident iu the person of Mrs S. Rallon, wbtch sad event occurred in the metropolis. Not feeling too well, the deceased lady, accompanied by Mr Ralton, proceeded to Melbourne on tile 27th December, and entering a pri vate hospital placed herself uiidci the care of Dr Reid, of Elstern wick, but despite all medical skill and careful nursing, deceased pass ed peacefully away, the immediate cause of death being broncho pneu monia and syncope. Her death came as a greot shock to Mr Ral ton who did not anticipate that the end was so near, and had arranged to take a holiday trip to Sydney as soon as the patient had sufficiently recovered as to be able to undertake the journey. The deceased lady had resided in the Wahring district for very many years, where with her husband she assisted to success fully conduct the Wahring Hotel, until they retired to live privately iu Nagambie so...

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Snapshots. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

Snapshots. Public are warned that the foot bridge leading to the boatsheds is unsafe for traffic. Some time back the end of the bridge was battened up to prevent people running the risk of possibly getting a bath, but some person or persons made themselves busy enough to remove the protection. The practise of diving oiY the .bridge by some of those who bathe at the boatsheds calls for the atten tion of the Rowing Club Commit tee, as it is impossible to keep the bridge in proper repair if this prac tice is allowed to continue. Mr Handfield, the new manager of the Colonial Bank, arrived oil Monday to take charge, and ive take^ this opportunity of extending to him a welcome to the town, ant! also trust that his sojourn in Na gambie will be a pleasant one, also that of Mrs Handfield. Mr Osborne expects to get away early next week. The Avetiel Turf Club have re ceived over 100 entries for their race meeting to be held on Tues day, 3rd February. The publican's booth, which was let by tend...

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Graytown Jottings [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

Graytown Jottings (From Our Correspondent.) A bush fire, which did little damage, but which might have swept the whole settlement, was discovered by Mr J. Bryant early on Friday morning in one of Mr P. Gleeson's paddocks ou the western boundary of the settlement, Mr Bryant attempted to put it out, but finding he could make no headway against it, mounted a bike and noti fied all the men close at hand. In a short time Messrs W. Bryant, Bert Smith, C. Hacoa, A. Sher wood, R. Huggard aud others were battling with the flames. As the grass was slightly damp with dew and the weather calm they suc ceeded in checking its advance ou the rung paddocks. Mr W. Bry ant then came into town for men and phoned to the forest officer in Heathcote, as it was not known how far the fire had come, and it was thought it might be burning in the forest. By noon there were about 40 men on the scene, and the fire was fairly under control. Ex perienced men could see, however, that unless the men were organised ...

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Cricket Notes. BAILIESTON v. NAGAMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

Cricket Notes. BAILIESTON v. NAGAMBIE. Tho Nagambio cricketers procoeded to Bailieston on Saturday to fulfil their on- j garment with that club, and after soma t difficulty succeeded 111 placing a full team in tbo field, but wore without tbo sorvices 1 of Dixon and Mills, two usoful men. ' Bailieston woro well represented. Nagam bio batted first and mado tbo modest scoro • of 07, of which J. O'Donoghuo compiled 83, which was tbo top scoro of tho day. Ingle man and D. Brown woro decidedly unfortu nate in getting run out boforo thoy had stopped an over cach. M. Griffiths and H. M'Donald, with 8 and 6 respectively, kopt thoir wickets up for a whilo. Hipgravo, Jones, Mason and Cochrane all bowled woll for Bailieston. Tho homo team responded with 09 for 8 wickets, C. Mason heading tho list with 27, followed by E Cochrano 19, H. Hipgravo 12, and A. Perry -10. For tho visitors H. M'Donald was tho most j successful with tho ball,'and got souio good I wickets in his opening avers. D. Brown d...

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Sports Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 23 January 1914

Sports Club. TIjo annual meeting of St Patrick's Sports Club was hold on Friday evening lust at Cohen'a Royal Mail Hotel, when there were present, Mr T. J. Kyan (president) in the clinic, Itov Father Kavauu^h, Messrs F. C. Osborne, E. M'Oonald, A. Lever, T. CItirke, J. riinclian, .1. O'Ooitoghuo, A. 1. 1 Band, H. Cohen, C. OToary, J. Tonkin, T. Peane, I'. Nolan, Dibbou, Houcke, Gregory, Heaphy, D, Brown, A. Bazeley and j. C'omerford (lion -see.). The minute* of tlui last annual meeting, as read, were confirmed on the motion of Mosses Clarke and Linohaii. The balance wheat, which was received and adopted, on the motion of Messrs Baud and Lover, showcl a profit of £30 on the sports and ball. Mc I5;vud moved Uv.vl spoil* bo held oil Tuesday, 17th March, 11)11. Seconded by Mr M'Donald and carried, Election of Officers, Patron—Uov Fr. Kavanagh. President—Mr T. .f. Uyan (reelected). Vice-presidents—Messrs A. I. Hand, A. N Hopkins and K. M'fJonald. Treasurer—Mr J. O'Donoglmo. Committee—All...

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Home of Picture Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

Home of Pict«r« Shows. Los Czl.. as is well I xro"*"r.„ i» tie ho:ne of pict*ire-a&o« f j»rc*ijctios3'. aed I had Xx*n tryicr | /-or uyzst 'izze to obtain a situa- 5 titKZ. th^re- Th* ctber tight. *xiU j r?diee erst os t£se car. I met cm ,r of ti/nr ^T^rrons Amenta, and be in ir J to ti Jix- be *"as saricisg about 40 rTif^. t/j art in 2 militarv seece oo the following flav. I promptl? ^stid, "Put rzsy rutsae down." "Know anything abc^t it ?*' fc« uk«d. "ILsthrr !** I replied. so I was told to pr«»*ot rr»ys»4i at 8.30 on th» fMiowiz^ ssorriio^ The rftxt morning I weot across to the office at the appointed time, zjri was told to come at 12.30. At 9 a_:n. the would-be soldiers be ^aa to roll vp, stost men, tfcir r&en, all kinds and conditions oJ men. At 32.30 2 again strolled acro&f and was told to dress at o&ce. &i nil was ready to begin the play. With the other* 1 vtst tjp to th< dreaeing-roc/ia, and chose a uniform from out of the h...

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The Surf-Board Riders of Hawall. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

Th3 Surf-Ooa'd Kiders cf Hawaii. TY-.rt .i •. :* • *. v : a."' .;rfi i~- ** it tlv-i '^.'-H-ril ; iiL'iv." sr.-; thi: L* rr*. fir — 5? \ ■* ci-.'.il c* TVt*, t» >f.* rr-S':* *•; :.'.'r-i'i *.h. *c *-*i ~V-Vr* ar.*.i * tvi".:.'.""*, '. * triy Jo A'ia •r«.l:i., lr.*.riV.ly K .•.*5 •. r-;~ •;f wrf- "-:-i ri .* r--'-Mr-.«i O.v . TV.*::. *• ; *•?•.> -:r • v» ■ *•*'"Tb-:-. -t •> 7r\-.-i I" >- \- -.r. v.-i-K v •'? : a U'r!.t: *o r-.-V t-- /. *•.<• vxa rv.~rr.**l •r.r.v» i*. ti* 11**'* '.i Ivjt Jail*:?*"* * .-*•■•.*r. ir:i^ fr-m i "P*-* Atitr.t i*c &M 4I.V5 4*. th«* r?r«crt.« qtci *;.» ?«-.& vr i*1 cf Ncrth Ar^r.-.i, :-.c. tie f-*--.* -*> thc"« it M .r«vw, th* sc*:rt it ; <:-* thvt r-2Tt», pl-cck, Utct, r.-frrvtc.t, tc* #x*rcia< c? far,** r».u*rc*. Yci cajmct - •» v, ev#* a thirl-rAt« -1' oa.txJ rvd*r a. cc-ple c? -7.- t'-i' rc-tar.l pca^ttc*. IrA-txri. '*-< i-trv:>.c**s cf tfc-* art, f n^xcTt. ■»h«r« tblt «cr.» •...

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