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

"dador iTow Manazomont. Royal Mail Hotel, • 3STuS-Gi--a.m:bie. ii , ftEOS to announce .having taken w over the lease of the ■above well-known Hostelry, arid trusts, by strict attention to business, I combined with civility, to merit a fair share of the public patronage. Only the Best Brantis of Liquors and Cigars Stocked, Good Airy Bedrooms First-class Cuisine Moderate Tariff Good Yard and Stables Attentive Groom TUB Leading Family * Hotel. Mother's Friend. Fedic Foaado-for tho Bead, Strikes Idifesting Veriniri-dead Ono Application dostroys vorrnin, killn nits, heals sores, cures riugv.-orm,.i\ud uiakos the lmir grow thick, strong and curly, Also for Terrain on pigs, poultry, cattle tmd horses. W. A. GORDON, Chemist:, Nugnuibio, sella Pedic—1/» 2/, 3/0, mid packed with Nit Comb, (3d more. Nag-ambie Cycle ancl Sports Depot. R. Elsbxjey QESIRliS to notify that lie li:is taken control of the business lately carried on by Elsbury Bi os, and in future, as in the past, will cater for the ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NAGAMBIE v. AVENEL. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

NAGAMBIE v. AVENEL. | -To-morrow Avencl visit Nagambic, and a good contest is being looked forward to, A i number of the locals have boon out for a run during tbo week, nnd it is hoped they will show improved form. Avencl have a good team this your, and oxpcct to win to morrow, but if Nagambiocan got their team together, and display some of tbcic former dash, the result is by no means a forcgono conclusion for tbo visitors.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wahring Golf Glub. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

Wahring Golf ■ Olub. A singles tournament was played on the lmkb' by the above club on Wednesday last for trophies kindly donated by Mr Heaphy. Owing to the prevailing strong wind high scoring was the feature of the day's play. The gents played 13 holes and the ladies ') holes. The winners were Mr T. Mulcahy, with a score of 77, and Mrs J. Kelly with 65. The scores were :— C1KNTH. Mr T. Mulcahy ... 77 v M r T. Cnhill ... M MrM. Ewnrt ... SS v Mr 1\ Cnhill ...110 Mr. P. Heaphy... 81 v Mr M. HoUlem 91 Mr T, Sumner ... 91 v Mr F. Cavalier 95 Arc P. Kcatly ... 02 v Mr J. Tonkin ... 91 Mr XV Kwart ... 93 v Mr W.X'ahill ... 95 LADIES. Mra Kelly ... GGvMiBuJ. Dear.c ... 89 M^s Jean I leant) 79 v Mrs Gray ... 90 Mi** May Deano 87 v Mrs Morripsy ... 89 Mi*s 10. Cnhiil ... B'.l v Miss .1, Kwart... 9'J Mra Miller ... 91 v Miss n. Kwart... 80 MissCDeano ... 89 V Mian R. Hill ...91 Misa M. Ryan ... 91 v Mias Hafisctt ... 911 MissM. Hill ... 88 v Mr« Gregory ... 89 The Glencairn golfers will visi...

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FOOTBALL. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Avenel visit Nagambie; Soymour visit Murchison; Euroa visit Rushworth, MURCHISON v. NAGAMBIE. THE VISITORS GKT DKFKATED. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

FOOTBALL. SATURDAY'S MATCHKS. Avonol visit Nngamhio; Soymour visit Mur chison ; Kuroa visit Rushworlb, MUKCUISON v. NAGAMIHK. THE VISITORS GKT DKFKATEI). The locals had' thoir flrst trip away on Saturday, when Murchison was visited. Tho weather was fine, and tho prospcots of an interesting gamo Rood, still tho special was not largely patronised. A numbor, howover, wont by road and a f iir crowd assembled on tho pioturcsqua Murchison ground to witness the match. N.ig.imbio were not represented by thoir full strength, H. McDonald, Gillospic, fugleman, T. Vic tors and Tonkin, boing absentees, but a fair loam was got together. Murchison put a good even side in tho field, but were a conplo short of tho team tho.y cxpcctod to have, Tho homo team proved tho masters of the situation, and wcro fastor and moro systu matio in thoir play thin the visiters. Another thing in tho former's favor too was tho fact that they were in form, and had evidently done roiiio training, which stood them in goo...

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

For Chtoaio Ohoat Complaints, 1 Wooite' <3t«t Jtyyanaiat Outo, i;o

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

NOTES. Tho visiting playors wero entertained at tea at Darby's Hotel, and needless to say this favor was fully appreciated. Dohertv umpired. > Nagamoio players wore very groon, os pocially in the opening quarter, and there was au -absence of anything lifce ayefcefljatio be necoasary ta improve consider ably on tho lore* shown last Saturday, and the ouly way to do this iB to adopt a good system of training. Dibbens, who has been attending to this important essential of football, played well throughout, as also did A, Harrington, who was marking splendidly* A. IT Donald, totho centre, gave un a glimpse ol his old good form. Oordon Richards and D. Linehan were also'dpibg well, sad J. lYUsoir/bR the taok line, who \yiw-up against'a tough proposition, ren : do rod good eorvice. Family, who has not 1 yet KKovsrod from a recently broken rib, m not soon at his best. . Pumps Robinson and Cox roving won always useful, as also were CmiHI, Don Caneen and C. Co*.' Butler mado good uso of ^13 ...

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

! Fof ioflueaia, ootigti] 01 ooEf?" ! "Woods'" ii worth ill weight ia gold) When winter troubles oome your way Imbibe it—hot—without defy* Into a smalUised glass or oup Of boiling water well stir up An ample dose o! fragraut, pure, ^Yoods! Great PeppermfB^ Ol^*

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Football Association Meeting; [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

Football Association Meeting; A meeting of the Waiang'a-Xortb-East Association was held at Pianelli's Hotel on Monday evening to deal with protests and complaints arising oat of the matches played lo date. Delegates reptesenting the* six dubs in the Association were pre sent, together with fthc President and Secretary. The umpire in the Xagambic*Mnrchison match reported that the game was late in starting, and finished up in the dark ; he also reported C. Coe for striking Stanley ; •also another Nagambie player for oaes* tjocing his decision.' In connection with the late starling oi matches it was dscided that the umpires be requested to report all matches starting late, and the team cutting the delay will be fined. In regard to striking a player Co?» who was called, admitted the offence, and stated be had meant it for another player who had been " miximg it" with him'all the afternoon. He was disqualified for one match and severely cautioned. For ques tioning the umpire's decision a...

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

"LAXETTES" Aperient Chocolate Sqa»rM. Scfe -Effective--Delicious. Wise motherswjU discard nauseous castor oil. All chemists and storekeepers, J/, and 2/8; or Bowen & Co., Swanston-9t., Melbourne, Send for free sample

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Goulburn Shire Council. MONDAY, JUNE 15,l914. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

Goulburn Shire Council. MONDAY, JUNK 15, l'JU. The adjourned monthly meeting of the (routburn Shiro Council war licit! at tho Shire. offices on Monday. Thoro wero present Cr Kcady (President), and Cr» Morrissy, Ueane, Wilson, Gordon, and Cummins. Tho secretary staled that he had boon asked to apologiso for tho nbscuco of Crs Dorum, Brodio and Nisson. Tho minutes of tho previous meeting were read and confirmed, and thooutward corres pondence approved of. From Shtro of Oxloy, drawing attention to tho vast amount of damago done by tho dredges operating m some of tho finest rivora and smaller streams of tho State, and urging councillors to request their represen tatives in both Houses of Parliament to uso their best endeavor to have the report of tho Dredging Inquiry Board adopted and applied with the smallest possible delay.— Cr Doano »aid this was a very important question, and he would move that Mr. J. Gordon, M.Tj.A., and Mr F. Clarko, M.L.C., Ijo asked to support tho request. Secon...

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THE ASSOCIATION DRAW. Wednesday, 3rd June. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

TliK ASSOCIATION DRAW, NYeduesday, 3rd Juuc. Murchison visit Kuroa Hushworth ,, Jsagambie" Seymour ,, Avcncl Saturday, 1Mb June* Nagambic visit Murchison Avcncl 11 KuHhworlJj Kuroa ,, Seymour Saturday, 20th June, Kuroa' visit Roshworlb Avcncl ,, Nagambie Seymour,, Murchison Wcdiicsdiy, Ut July# Murchison vrsit Avencl Xagiin'ibie ,, Kuroa ^Hushworth ,, Seymour Wednesday, 8th July, Hushworth visit Murchison SaturJay, llth July. Seymour visit Nagambie Kuroa ► ,, Avencl Saturday, 18th July, Kuroa visit Murchison Nitgambie ,, Hushworth Avencl ' ,, Seymour, Saturday, *J5th' July, Seymour visit Euroa Wednesday, 2(Jth July. 3Iurchii>ori visit Nugambic Hushworth 11 Avencl Wednesday, &th*August, Hushworth visit Euroa Nagambic ,, Avcncl Murcbifon ,, Seymour Saturday, 1.0th August. . Avcnel visit Muichison Kuroa ,, . Nsigambie Seymour ,, . Hushworth ■ Wednesday, 19th August. . Murchison visit Rusbworth Saturday, 22nd August. Nagambie visit Seymour . Avcncl Kuroa

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Nagarabie Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

Nagarabie Golf Club. On Wednesday Inst on the links of the NagambieGolf Club, a mixed foursome wns held. The winning card was handed in by Miss 15. Iireusing aud Mr Stan I«obl>. Itoth played good golf, Mr Lobb's driving being n treat to watch. Results :— ' fta. Hp. Nt. Miss Hroliainp & Mr Lobb ... 78 1 71 Mm i)ourko<t Mr W. Forbes... 85 JO 75 Miss Htiiloyct Mr F. Uazolny ... 02 15 77 Miss V. Fofidiok. it Rov Fr. Knviwingh 02 15 77 Mtes JT. Forbea&Mt H. Forbos 85 5 80 MhK. Hill it Mr J. Fosdick... 8'J 0 80 Miss Dcrmn&Mr II. llmnca 107 25 82 Mrs Jljitid it Mr 0. Bronsing... 100 13 87 Mrs Taylor it Mr It. Orpwood 101 17 87 Mrs Hnskcr»tMr F. Fosdick 1)1 J) 88 Mrs Cohon & Mr Olecson ... 101 1!1 88 Miss I). Fosdick ft Mr f>. Tngleinan 101 11 1)01 Mis*)j. Itomlrt Mr,I.Williams 105 H !)l Miss Ifcuoloy & Mr II. Lobb... 105 - II) »jj MissC'liukoA Mr A. Hftzolcy... 1M 2'2 02 Mis* J-Fosdiok <t Mr MTiioo 01 t Ofl Miss Mulcahy «t...

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WAR TIME-TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

WAR TIME-TABLES. In the.se- clays, when wo hear, of ptobolfsqtion from all quarters, it in interesting tt> note the continual preparedness of ^Germany In nil mutters ' pertaining to railway tran* sit. She 'holds with the maxim that "He who strikes- first strikes twice." At all times, even when there is no tsilk "f war in'tho air, there Is locked up in every German station* master's desk a set of war time tables—a separate ..time-table (or t?very country with which a war is possible, including franco, llrituin, juid ,• Uussia, whilo oven Austria: Hungary Is not exempt. Whenever Wiii' Is declared, every station-master picks out the particular time-table required, and ftt'^>nce all the- trains run automatically on "war-time," ami for war purposes. Each time table is revised once ii year, in or der to fit iu with any alteration that may have been made in the plans of campaign. Each>man Habit to serve in the service-Is in posses* sion nt all limes ' of a -warrant for travel, and...

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Why You Can No Longer Pawn Your Rubies. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

Why You Can No Longer Pawn Your Rubies. if \ nu l»v nny u'ood fiMtune should a mvkl.no of rate and won- , • illl\* pure rubies, and went into ! alnu-sl any of the leading brokers. ; ^rUng to plaie them in pawn, the chances are the brokers would re- 1 fuse to take them—at lea si. they w.eihl not give you anv where near a* much on them as they would ! ha\e K'non you a few ycitrs ago. This is In cause there i* alwa>.s a i'h.iti<-e to-day that tlie rubies may not be natural gems. taking ,',l> meaning of the won! ••natural " as , judical tni; that tliey were actually | mined. They may he genuine rubies, i.tal at I lie same time have been mole by n skilled scientist by nf a few chemicals powdered and placed before a blowpipe that heat of decrees above zero, Fahrenheit. Synthetic rubies are now being produced in hucIi perfection that tl.ey cannot be distinguished from the rubies that ore mined. This is not at all Rtran.ee, since these rulaes are exactly like those dug out ...

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

Do You Know THAT .... J. F. Greenwood HAS sccurcl for a dcTiuito term' the services of— MR J. M'DOiN'AIA), wlift is First'ClnKS Fnrrier /inil .Agricn) 111 r/iI Smith. Late Fnrrier to tho Melbourne Carrying Co. and Manager of Fairfield Shooing Forgo, Melbourne; ahofrtir yens with NioboUon A >lorrr»^v, Melbourne and Sheppnrton ; also >n First Smith on Plow?, /Jurvosters, Combs, ite., ancKionoJHl F.mn Machinery. Securing tlie . . . FlHST L'lilZMS Fur Light ami Heavy Shoeing at Shoppnrlon .Show iu KM I. Tho following, is a Testimonial from Mr Adams, one of the fe.K-ing horse breeders and judges for the Koyal Agricultural Society of Victoria: — "Barfuld," via Kynoton. This is to certify that Mr J, M'Donald wbcu"ht Kedesdatc shod to my entire satis faction all my Show horses, which were exhibited at Melbourne, Grand National, Hoodigo and Kynctnn Shows. I bavo no hesitation iu paying that tboy wcro all neatly and carefully shod, and it was tho talk of tbo district. I wish tbat Mr M'D...

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Welcome to Rev.and Mrs Tolhurst. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 19 June 1914

Welcome to Rev. and Mrs Tolhurst. The induction service for the Rev. A. E. Tolhurst, of Dalby, Queensland, who re- cently accepted a call to the Presbyterian Church, Nagambie, took place on Thursday afternoon, 10th inst. The service was a most impressive one, and was very well attended, the Rev. Foyster and the Rev. Vickermann taking part. In the even ing a welc social was ten dered to the Rev andTolhurst, in the Sunday school hall, at which a large number assembled, and a very pleasant evening was spent. Usually these function are more or less stiff, but this one was the reverse, as all the speeches were delivered in a very hum morons vein. After an overture by Miss Baxter, and a rendering of 'To the Death' by the choir, the Rev. Foyster explained the reason for the large and representative gathering there that evening. He said he had running through his mind something which he read on the wall of a smoke-room of a vicarage some years ago, as follows:— 'Why is a parson like a camel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914

To Mften paint-bruahes which have become dry and hard, lieal as much vinegar a* required to boiling point, i miners* the brushes, and *b Ipw tta** to aimmer for ten. min «te* i then wash in strong soap* suds* j Do not take too thiek a rind OH (n paring potatoes. baei part «t-4fce potato is near the shin. On ^ e*ber lwad. tomipa should hav# a tMok rh»d off. turnip an outer part Ihut destroys, the ' ftwvqvr of the whole if not removed. Gregory's ■WAEEI2TG STORES. All Plowing* Bequisites oil Hand. Plow Shares, all brands. Plow Reins. Hope. Plow Chains Blnestone, Etc. SUITS to Measure. Como and Inspect our Now Pattern Books. All tlio Latest Styles SIiowu. Suits to Measure from 35 s. "Wahring Stores. CadbL "Its exquisitely delicate flavour, its purity and wholesomeness have won appreciation from nil classes and all ages." » CAVIWHY, IIUUU.WILLE Fox Terriers And Suits Tony Orpwood's I have some g*ood Fox Terriers for Sale, suitable for YVhippett Coursing'. All well bred, g-ame and fast:— ...

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A New Method of Moulding Potatoes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914

A New Method of Mould ing Potatoes. Among tho latest inventions tc como to tho aid of the farmer is n new machine for moulding pota toes. Potato-growers during re cent years have como.to ronlise that the freedom of their crops from di sease or otherwise muy bo due iu o large measure to tho manner in which tho potatoes are moulded When the earth is thrown up witl the ordinary" plough, says * th< "Marlborough Express/' it does not pack up closely against the haulim), and right along tho top of the ridges remain channels, in which the water collects. Tho holding o) this water, is frequently followed, by stagnation. Inducing a fungu* growth, which attacks the loavef and spreads disease. The connec tion of cause and effect i* now sc fur realised that many growers tak< the precaution of packing the mould* ing by hand labour in order that n perfect watershed may he formed and the huulms protected from rot tenness. The cost of doing this is considerable, but experience...

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Lioness Loose in a Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914

Lioness Loose in a Theatre. A lioness which was released from its cago hi tho Popular Theatre In the Kuo do Itelloville, Paris, ow Ing an attumlant's blunder, caused a panic which resulted in seven people being trampled and Kuriously injured. , The lioness was one of the per-' formers in a dramatic sketch. In thin sketch a painter dreams that his wife and daughter are attacked mxl killed by lions which are the property of a woman with whom the painter has fallen in love. The Httle drama, in which the tumor March has played for many years, is very popular in France, and tho theatre was crowded for the performance. Hy some mistake tho enfifi con taining the lioness was placed on the stagn with the wrong end to wards the. audience, so that the as tonished lioness, which should have been behind the bars, found herself htiVweon the cage ami tho orchestra. There was a moment of dramatic tension. Tho conductor of the or- ; chostra sat motionless with terror, staring at tho lionnss, who wav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914

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