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

Do You Know THAT .... J. F. Greenwood • " J' ' j | AS sot'nrcl for a .lclii.ite term the M It .1. M'DoNA 1jI>, who ip it Kirsl-class Fan-itM* ami Agricul tural Smith. Late Farrier to the MHhouino Carrying Co. ami Manager of Fairfield Shooing Forgo, Melbourne: i\lr-o /cur \c.ws with Nicholson M'<rru\v, Melbourne ami Shcppirton ; also >? First Smith nn Plow?, Harvesters, I'ombs, etc., :i:tJ General Faun Machinery. Securing the . . . Fii{.st Pkixks l'Vr Light nnil Heavy bhooing at S]if|ipartf>n Show in 11' 11. The following U u Testimonial from Mr Adams, ono of the feaiiing horso breeders and judges for the Uoyal Agricultural Society of Victoria: — "IJarfold." via Kvncton. This i« to certify that Mr J. M'Donald when at Hedesdale shod to uiy eiitiro sntis faction nil my Show horses, which wcro exhibited at Melbourne, Grand National, Hendigo ftnd Kyncton Shows. 1 havo no hesitation in saying that I hoy wore nil neatly nnd carefully shod, find it was tho talk of tho di...

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

COMPULSORY TRAINING FOR GIRLS. Should Australian girls bo brought under ?ome system of compulsory training to fit them to share ia tho defencc of tho country in time of war ? This is tho query raised by iba editor of "Evcrylady's Journal" for June and answered by a number of leading citizens. Tho views of these notablo pcoplo oinko very interesting and instructive read ing. Summed up, tho general opinion seems bo be that while it ifi.altogctlicr inadvisable to girls any form of Military Training, it would be a first class thing for the girls of Australia if a. courso in Domestic Scioncs wcro mado compulsory, We read. 41 Lady Crcswcll, wife of I^car-Admiral Sir William Crcswcll, has big* aympathy with all pro gressive movements. As the mother of six childron her kuowlcdgo of tl^e training of the young is nc$ at all classified within the realms of theory. Despite the demands of iv strenuous social life, Lady Crcswcll has; found timo to personally supervise the training and education o...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

Notice to Farmers "AVINU erected an up-to-date Weigh* Jj- bridge, I am now prepared to do all kinds of- weighing at reasonable rales. 1 am also prepared to buy Wheat in any quantity, and pay cash for same as soon as .it i* put over Weighbridge, as I have been appointed Lucal Kuprcsuirtativc for J. Darling & Sons, the well-known Wheat Buyers and Corn-sack Merchants, and can quote Corn-sacks for next Harvest at lowest rates. AIko Agent for Dixon Bros., Chaff and 1'roducc Merchants, and the Koyal Insurance Company. Produce Merchant and Sawmiljet Icithvav Station, Nagambie. Phono No. 2. L, CAELLI,

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PARLIAMENT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

!' A H LIA M K N T HOI'S B. It has boon arra:uv:l that a pre mium of £2,000 is to be paid for the accepted design for the new Federal parliament House. The designs »re to "be first line drawings, anil the buildiiv; when com pleted 'a ill cost about one and a half million pounds, rieven or eight other graded amounts ure to be paid to the competing aichitects who come nearest to the prize winner. One million sterling Is collected at Somerset House weekly io taxes,

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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PAPUAN NATIVES PROTECTED [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

PAPUAN NATIVES PROTECTED The impression which j«eeins to have .-rained ground in Australia lately, as to the ill-treatment and exploitation of Papuan native* has been vigor- . ously refuted by many i csidents, both ' otheial and private, in Papua. Messrs. a. M. and O. C. Hora have recently arrived in the Common wealth for a holiday visit, and ex prow tbf*m#?e!ves as being most in dignant at the false \iew which is hold here as to the conditions of la hour which cxi«t in the country wh^te they have their home. The stories that have been circu lated hot rt a? out illegal recruiting, have some foundation of truth ; but in every caw it can only happen with .the connivance of the magis trate in oilici'. A complete s>stein .d Native pro tection is enforced, a-i! the condi tions sometimes make the white Planter's search for labour rather a difficult one. The planter sets out on a tour through the villages far and near. On entering one he inquires whether anyone wants work. In nuist case...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

I A NURSE FOR 20 YEARS. Nurse Evans •f tutnanu and Victoria, write* her opinion o! CLEMENTS TONIC M CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I bare been noning for twenljr rear* ia tu ■aaia ana Victoria, $o mjr experience coven a lengthy period. Wkea patient* are weak aad low, a none mutt know Ike belt medi cine to (ire a patient. Suk I kave naned lure beea to ill I sever could kave take* their case oaly I kfeew cleaesti Tonic weald qakldjr rettore them to keiutk. What 1 an writing is founded on ex perieace that aaongit all medicine* clenenii Tonic b firit. It it Ike nonet' friead, a reliable medicine tkat will restore the lick to keakk. (sif-*) NURSE EVANS." get it YOU gkt UliAl.th »n1) kkmiip l'kom i.OSS OF si.kkr. wkaknkss afvlik ii.l.NHSri, CONSTIPATION". indiukstiok. POOR al'plititk. v'!-:ak mikvi'.S, mid wji.iocsniiss. All STORES udchemists SELL it. W. C. SULLI\ran J . EGS to announce (hat he has l.ikco ) over the Wine Cafe rcceuily carried on by Mrs /. Beams, and trusts by s(i icily ;iucndinj£ l...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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STATES AGRICULTURAL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

STATES AGRICULTURAL CONFERENCE. 4 Tlie c.'ii(or» nco of Ministers of \c rtciiUt.ro ami otbcial export?. r«.cor;t!y hold in Brisbane, is decidedly a -'tp in the right direction. To thopo on gnccd in mauufaeturine enterprises tho subject? of tbo confereucc may appear dull and uninteresting. Hut to a country, whose development, progress and prosperity lies solely in the bands of the primary produ cers, tho matters toucncd on cannot fail to be of interest and instrtic The little Catherine wasted no time in inflated discussion? on theo> roticil or fancy subjects. It content ed itself with dealing with nocossary and practical matters, such as—How 'he quality of Australian goods may be improved ; how they may he made more attractive to the eve ; how the processes of handling and transport of goods may be simplified ; and- the host method* to open new, and de velop the present overseas markets. One subject which was on the pro gramme, but apparently was not tackled, was the important que...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

Church Services CHURCH OK KNni.AVn I Rcclor ; \Uy, G. U'. Carlcr, Rj)., fli.L. I Hecond Hurray a/i4r Trloitv 7 p-tn—KveotonK e»d &wmoo ' ' FKE8HYTKHIAK." I At 1i a.in, *nd 7 p,tn. j Uoiuittl Saodtr i'roflclier, Uev A. F, Tolhant j JILIIIODtST I Morning at n-ftM tpMnn ' I Killing «t 7-B»V MptBortW HCMAN CAIUOUC.. Motnlr.gat 11-30—Bcv. Kallier Jbvaoijh '

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

Attention. Please. mrs j. Jonnson |\l>n;i:s to tli.it she i \ ) <.(.c.!icJ Hiifim--- ill the i«ivum. s if j Ml- M'Sueem-v. | Everything p-te-dato. Kiv-h FnlU :.n.i l."llio?. t'vv-.U Pork wruun at.d l!ot-f Herman Hot Me,u rip?, Hot Saveloys ami Coffee (•very ^atur^.iv Night I.iunc-rs, Afto.nvn Toa, B-anl An.I Lo>^'in;', * f Piano. C:iV.\ l'nbtrv, anil SwM tSoofc I.iciit I^frchtu.-ats «i>hTm«nd <-'oiTeu f. r Ikaic^ at a h-.-ok's notice. Ftvsh c-wry Saturday MRS J. H. St.. N.»i;anil>ie. School or 3Iusiu. X'agatnbio. Xext }*.. KlhburyCyclc IVpot. ^ACAXCIKS for .-x tew advanced ' Students, ot l«iginr.\:r>, v.ho wish to loam Violin, Piano. binding. Quick ad vancement guarantee! Pianos and Organs lum-d and repaired. , It J. PECHOTSCH, Bandmaster and; Instructor. Victorian Producers' Co- j operative- Co. Ltd. Krustered Oitice: j Wooi. Exchaxor Bumnscs, 105 Coi.liss Street, Melbourne. [ J. Williams j \\7 1SHES to notify th.tl he has been! W appointed Loca...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

Za Utiaoiisn. ! LA&iZ.-H H-rjtjj rif ->«* :hJJ* »i» ?w»J »*>J '-■= i«». J: -it fv.n 1-ov'r. i?" C'l- I.'K »■!! •.Al.'-i-M-ir- j I "•Hi wjisv! t'/ >?••/«■ •■>■»'• ■« r. ; l/v: ?',T* '"r." I Knif: nt I'.-* Wif. is life AtM «l«»7» 'i«*, l«l'. n -fwjoltto. i-w.-1-i !/j mt hriag 'ifrtii ' lh-jX.jv.Ti.

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The [?]wealth"is used in connection with these rates aud regulations it in includes Papua Lord Howe Island, and No[?] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Whero the term "Ti:e OirMiOfi wealth" is used in connection with tlio«o rates aud regulations- it im hulvs- I'apua, Lord Howe Island, and Noii-.'ik Island.J LKTTKKS. Fw*<K>iiVcrv u7t:,Yn wealth .! 0 1 Tor delivery in the British Km pi re 0 1 For deliverv iu \\w \c\ lU-M-:<k'S Bauk5, and Torre* LMaMis ..0 2 For delivers- in other plac-.s .... 0 '2\ LETIKR CA1UXS. For delivery within th" Commonwealth : Single, Id. <• .'icli; rvplv, l,j. <;u-h hail. For delivery in the Kn.oire <soo list of pi;u-cs under "Lvit« r- )-—5?ul «!c, 1(1. each. Fc> <]eiiv<rv in N< ;v B.ink>, «n:l Tones Wand v-Suo-, -«i. each. For dehverv in other pLcs-- Single, 2jd. each. POST Single- l'oMCji\k inipr*->si-.i uhh the Id. stamp, and K«-ply "f <!■ uSh- cards, each Ju*)t oi which hut in- Id. s.um.p impressed th<r«vw:, n-av t.vn.M/mtod tc within the aud U" those pla...

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The Nagambie Times. FRIDAY,JUNE 19,1914. Local and General [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

altf aOagnmbic W.II'.W, JUNK 1!', I'M 1 Local and General A4 % rts-Ji of tfc* Sarj^sy SkW-'X- \hr. M'.cb-iriici' H%ll th? -^creUr. c» *1.* h».« f',r •aHt'i io ibc K-T.re*.AT7 '/f th* Hr*pjUl a CCrf-'jtK for £20. Mr S. r cfdici, k-t; of Mr J. J'<>>dicjr, Crf ' JCxrsal'i'f. »*.'3 formerly of the e.fctris ; bvufe htre, is racking good brwway x<> an et«c?rk:.ao, ir,d hv> sscc^ded in ' pwriag bis *nmm»iion a* a second cUss engine driver. On Saturday la.?* Mr L. Mason, of the Criterion Hotel, received a nice present from tome members of tbeFitzroy Bohemian Club, who stayed at hi* hotel when cm their holiday hire recently. The gift was in the form d ft framed photo of the party, abo ' the pbz'sji of Mr and Mrs Mason, and is a ! nic«iy execai-ed piece of wort. In a letter | to Mr Mason, on behalf of the party, Mr i T. Rcddan thanked the host and hostess of i the Criterion for the kindctts and ho*pi» j tality extended to them when "on their recent rait, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

Gregory's "WAHEING STORES. All Plowing* Requisites on Hand. Plow Shares, all brands. Plow Reins. Rope. Plow Chains Blnestone, Etc. SUITS to Measure. Como and Inspect our New Pattern Books. All tlio Latest Styles Shown, Suits to Measure from 80s. "Warring Stores. Cadb sustains And Suits Tony Orpwood's I hare some g'ood Fox Terriers for Sale, suitable for Whippett Coursing'. All well bred, g-ame and fast No. 1.—Dog, age 18 months, long-legged, vory cluvcr and fusf, will kill well.' Sound and well marked. Price, J. I 5s. No. 2.—Dog, 11 months old, nicely marked, black and tan head. Hiu mother wou three races last week. Full brother is one of tlie most promising dogs in Melbourne'. Vory fast. Prico, iiDs. No. 3.—Wire-liair dog, M months old, very .last and gauie dog. Sire and darn imported about 2 years ago. Price, £l>. Winner o£ (3 firsts, 4 seconds and 1 Championship on (ho Show bench. No. I.—Smooth-haired dog, ago 2 years, very last und clever, llis sire, Seddon Presto, is veco'gn...

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Terrier Coursing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

Terrier Coursing Club. The meeting convened fop Friday overling last, at Cohen's Hotel, was a very successful affair, and the molt was that a Terrier Courting Club was formed. Mr J, McDon ald was voted to the chair,. and gave some information in connection with the proposal, and after discussion it was unanimously decided to establish a club iuNagambic. In other parte of Viotoria. Terrier Coursing Clubs have been started, and carried on suc cessfully, and (ben is no reason why, with good management, one of these clube should not be a success heie. The sport is both interesting and amusing, and as the expense W everyone wfl| only be small, the meeting thought the proposal woptil be well received by local people. Mr Ooh^n offered tpproyide a ground and have any preliminary wor* carried out, which offer was accepted with thanks, and after a motion by Messrs firen* sing and Williams that a club be formed tbe •taction of offioers was prooaaded with, and resulted as follows:— President, M...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

Current Topics. Relative to the complaints that arc made of women travelling in smoking carriages on the suburban railways, the "Argus" of the 9tli inst. makes a rather remarkable statement. It says : "Last year many smokers protested against the ! admission of women to smoking ' carriages aiul llic Department fin* i nounced that the question of | whether these cars could he reserved exclusively for men had been re I ferred to the Crown solicitor. ; However, the Commissioners have refused to make known the Crown solicitor's views. I hey have even intimated that they see 110 reason why women should be debarred from travellingiusmokingcarriages The Department authorities declare that there are many women who { wish to smoke, and that therefore I the opportunity should not be denied them." It is well known that the cultu of a cigarette has obtained a strong hold on some women iu the privacy of their homes, and in the streets after nightfall girls disposed to be "fast"—to say nothing st...

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Nagambie Debating Society [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

Nagambie Debating Society I Tit ZH&xivA Liwrarr a--2 L-'i th.*ir wv-.d £*5:<iV2 -.- v ev<vr.i:i*VS» *-'• " H'.yi'.i Tc'LalifiV/r he Iy-y.aliyyi." Mr O. Crr-r-.-o Icvi th* ifnrr=.i::r». a-d -*-y- r^txrird b.v >?*.« K. C. H;::, C. Covi.-. K. K^-v~ ar.d Ji. Ih*«f, ir.i •.ci'. K*- Laj-titrr,* Iri.j the r.'-tatir*, f-tirr • i^ortef W Mc^r; Ii. firm, 3. H. I/.-4.v;r. A. x^-: y. Waft*/. Mr Orpv.v.o c;*r.':r.z ih-i dihvo tlairn^d to w in a pto ct jlifn -shv. ' th<s totili'itcr -riv. It *a.i a h-i-CM fr-xt't ! ' on a w.tfwt-'; ar^a <v,-H cr.!y r!one with g.-/.'i. K* lrj\\WsA\.ot -*a sr.]? Ct-iz.^i z? rwsr.ty ■ minute 1 rv:<. i-.-i iy rr.-'-ir." cf 1 wire v/^c-ccwd >r;:h ti.-* ^'.irtir; sr*-v. vi c!o«*d **bez» ri*c b»:^»n. As :'r.-i r.-i-:r.r.': ra- worked m*<h\r;;-M.iiy th-:r* •n-i? -j !:ir of mi-stace*. aryi I he- cdi« ^"<7* a"*ay5 tru* iyM?, is f;r inV..tr.t£ : If a ran -rcirc ihc ozly r,r.t to 'ctck...

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NAGAMBIE JUNIORS V. MITCHELLS. TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

NAGAMBIE JUNIORS V. MITCHELLS* TOWN. These loams mot on tho' local ground (Cohen's) on Saturday last to try con* elusion*, and wcro greeted Jjy a fair number of spectators, considering other attractions, and judging by tho good-humored " barrack ing" on both sides, keen interest was taken as to the result of tho contest. Tho Mit chelltown boys wcro a fino sturdy lob of young fellows, and looked as if thoy came to win, but the local lads, although much lighter had great confidence. Tho teams were:— Nagambie Juniors—Griffiths (enpt), Tay lor, Sullivan (3), Gammon, Walker, Gilford, S. M'Donald, Lc Guier. Woods, Duggan, Hale, Carmichacl, Johnson, Beretta, Willis, Mills. Mitchollstown—O'Connor (3), Neil, M'Larty, Norman, Hutchinson, Lanthom, Millor, Dykes, Stuchberry, Kerris (2), Kelly, Dovnnnoy, Ponting, Cross, Moran, and Swanwick. Field urapiro—Wilson. Ou tho bouueo Mitchollatowii, who had tho wind in their favor, went off with a rush and scored two goals in quick succession, much to t...

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Close Season. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

Close Season. Black Hall from 1st September t» 31st December, both.dalee inclusive, English trout, front let May' to> 31at August, Note—Anyperoon. Bstiog with a net or tixed engine, in, auy river, creek,. or stream, or within sucb rtiamnc'o %om tbu mouth- thereof, as may be. proolaimtd by the Goveruor in-Council, ahull be liable to a penalty of not leas than £2, or uipre than :£2Q ; Murraybream, Murrayood and Murray iieruhi £roiii lat October to' iiOtb Novombqr eauh year, bokb dates iuolusive Veiiulty.—Any person taking, Bull, iug, or exposing for salu duriug close season for any species of iisU, auy ball of such species, shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding £20 Weights.—Black bub, 1 an jbieaui, 5 ozs; oattieh,] 4 ozs J Murray cod,' 12 lbs ; Murray puiob, IS out i I colli oi, all kiudu uol to be uuder 8 ozs. Any persou takiug, selling, or expoiiog fur sale, or having possession of auy (jab o£ the species tuemioDSd of a 'eat weight than ibo weight set after the I uume of suc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

TABILK HOTEL, Corner STATION & IUGH StrccIs, NHGHMBIE. jr. .im.itoku (Lite of Kyabrnni. BKGS to'Notity the Public of Nnjjambie and district that he lias taken over the above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and trusts by strict attention to business to merit a fair :.hare , of patronage. I Good Accommodation Good Stabling Modkhate Tehms Attuntivk Gkoom ' „ ■ Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. L MASON . ■ <, ' (Late Mr A Lever) Wishes to announce to the >esiilenls of Nagambic and District ' that lie has taken over tlio business of the 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 M A RK ET.H1 The Valley Hotel, NHGHmBIE. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.. is. t. piapiii. (LATE OF WAHEING ) . y . FTAVING taken possession of Ihc I! above Hctcj.lnforms ltvr fiund^and (fie public generally ttyit cvtry et dearer will be ma$e to iiiakp them cm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

For Critical Tastes. TEA TIME Is the most delightful hour of the day, whenever "Tea hovers' Tea" Is .serv ed to Friends or Family. Everyone delights in the exquisite flavour, and full, rich aroma of this Perfect Blend of Tea. As an example of the hig'h quality of; this Blend, ask for a sample Tin of j "Tea Lioveps' Tea" In lib, 31b., aud 101b. Tins. R, E. GADD, NAGAMBIE 8T0BES. ■50 BE WISE! I t a lg- LHU VAMU V Weather ! - J KEEP WARM, during- the Cold ^ All you require to accomplish it NOW SHOWING - - .At - - ^ D. BROWN'S Beehive HX Stores. Woollen Goods of all Descriptions BLANKETS AjNtD RUGS A Specialty. WZ? i . • A. • Splendid Opportunity to Save Money Comes with Our: Annual WINTER SALE COMMENCING NEXT — Thursday, June 25th. Best Value for Lowest Price. Auk for oar SALE LIS']', if you have not already received it. The whole of our Drapery Stock at Heal Clearance Pricca, from NEXT THURSDAY, 25th inst. Please take a Note of the Date, and COME ALONG. COWAN & CO, GENERAL PRO...

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