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Taking No Risks. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914

Taking No Bisks. The captain .of tl^e whaling , steamer "Campbell," \yliich was wrecked on the C<vs»»r Rock, Point Nepean cm the 13th inst., jalleges that whena boat containing some of his crew pulled over to Queenscliff and sought shelter after their exposure to waves and wiud at the fort the officer in command, seeing that they were foreigners and could not speak English had the gate slammed in their {aces. If this allegation & c.wect, it looks as if the Military gentleman referred Jto had the danger of spies from a rContinental power ou his brain, and I perhaps thought the whole thing was a dodge. Or he may have thought the boat's crew were an archists with enough explosive Hnaterial under there sahwater sWted garments to lay the Queens cliff fort in the dust. Or, perchance ev.ei, he may have imagined' them to bijsuffragettes, disguised as sea men,>nd it must be remembered those lilies are beginning to adopt the use of the bomb. No wonder Mr Phfljip Snowden,...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914

Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Rector: Kcv. O. W. Carter, RJ)., TIi.L. Third Sunday after Trinity 11 a«m—lloly Communion PKESBYTEMAN. At 11 a.m. and 7 p.in Hospital Sunday Preacher, Iter A. E. Tolhurst METHODIST Morning at 11—Mr Ashley Jivening at 7—Rev (.apthorno j ROMAN CATHOLIC ! Morning nt J.l-30—IJev. Father I£av;iiij»h

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914

They, who tbo worries of.winter enduro, Welcome thee, Woods' Pepporminfc Curo. 'Neath thy gay wrapper a syrup lies stored, Worth all tho whisky that over was poured. Soro throat bronchitis, and gastrio catarrh Cannot prevail whore thy votaries aro; I Fragrantandcomforting,soothiogandsure— Hail totheo I Woods'GrcafcPoppermmtCuro,

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914

Death. ON tfao 19th inst, at Bailieston, ANNE, relict of tho late G, Varfrey. Aged 63 years. Native of Aberdeenshire. lloino papers please copy. Bereavement Card ' , 1 r|xHE l'arfrey family sincerely thank j 1 their many friends for letters of' sympathy, floral tributes, etc., received . during their recent s*d bereavement. |

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Goulburn Weir. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914

Goulburn Weir. From our Weir Corrcspoudont.) On Wednesday evening, July 8t.li, a concert will be held in tlio \JToir lin.ll. It will take the form, for the most port, of a magic lan tern entortainment, tlio lantern and slides being the property of Mr Raff, of Rushworth, who has kindly consented to hrincj them over for the benefit of the Goul bnrn Weir folk. A. good pro gramme of songs, duets, quar tettes and recitations lias already been prepared, and the scenos connected with evory item will be shown by the slides. The per formers for this concert will in clude friends from Murchison, Nngambip, Rushworth and the Weir, and ovory item is of" a first class ordor. Given a favorablo night, a largo attendnnco should bo present, ns it will bo good moonlighii. A full report of the concert will appear next week.

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

LINBKHIi C'OMI'OL'M) - Km Cuuulis i/rlti;;.;;: !ti,'Lv,"i ««,! .niHcuit J™!' WMVOUMU-Tm-li Mark ?..r • n I <""l|l;'.'","1l lw»»nn. of. l.liiBeml tor Luuyhj itjitl ( oM*, Do You Know THAT .... J. F. Greenwood HAS. secured fur a delinito term the services of— MR J. MMXh\AM), will) is II Firat-elnNS Farrier ami Agricul tural Smith. F,ate Furrier to the Melbourne) Carrying Co. and Managor of FairfloM Shoeing Forgo, Melbourne; al?o four yeai« with Nicholson A Morrow, Melbourne ami Sheppurton ; nluo is First Sniilh on Plows, Harvesters, Combs, etc., mul General Farm Machinery. Scouring tlie . . . FntsT Pmzus For Light, nml Heavy Shoeing at Shepparton Show iu 11) 11. The following is a Testimonial from Mr Adam?, otio of the leaning horso breedois and judges for the Koyal Agricultural Sooiety of Yiclorin:-?. "JJarfold," via Kvneton. Thin id lo certify that Mr •?. M'Donald whan at ltodesdale shod to my cntiro suits* faction nil my Show horses, which wora exhibited nt Melbourne, Or...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1914. The Political Atmosphere. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914

6hr JJagambic limes FWPAY, -JUNE 2t}, 19H. j The Political Atmosphere, j In view of tlio approaching ■ Federal eleotions a section of the ! Melbourne press has m tide an ap peal to the constituencies to sink ' questions of party, and" vote for candidates who way be reasonably i expected to logislato for the good ! of the Commonwealth—irrespec-; tive of what' political faith they may follow. It is to be feared, however, .that the above exhor tation will.fall on deaf ears, since the party spirit will take a • lot - of pxQrcising and party predileotions1 and projudipps die a hard death. A certain weekly paper published in the city, in the columns of which at times a certain umount of sound common sense iutermingled with details of sexual offences much bet ter left unprinted, (fives it as its opinion that the majority of the people are tired and sick "of both Liberals and Laborites alike as re gards Federal and State politics. There are certain indications that the above journal is not ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Death Roll. MRS ANNE PARFREY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914

Death Roll. MRS ANNI3 PARI'RKY. We regret to announce the death of another of the early pioneers, in the person of Mrs Anne Parfrey, of Bailieston, relict of the late Mr O. Parfrey, which occurred at the residence of her daughter, Mrs Crnickshank, on the 19th inst. The deceased lady, who had attained the ripe old age of 83 years, and was a colonist of 61 years, had been ailing for a long time past, and was a sufferer from chronic bronchitis. She was under the medical care of Dr Christie, of Rushworth, and was able to get about till a few days be fore her death, which came peace fully after a few days' illness. liorn at Aberdeenshire in 1831, the late Mrs Parfrey emigrated to Australia in 1853, and was married in Melbourne, after which she pro ceeded to the Mclvor goldfields with her husband, and resided there for about twenty years. Afterwards the late Mr Parfrey selected land at Costerfield, and the family removing to that place, resided there a number of years, but on the death of...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914

News and Notes. The Football Match next Wednesday At Euroa is expected to be a great contest, And well worth going a long way to see. Nagambie players are reported to be in active train and intend to make a big bid for victory. The special train for Euroa leaves Nagambie at 1:25. Murcliison and Avenel meet at the latter place, and this match should also be highly interesting. The social event of the season, The Tennis ClulxBall, Will be held in the Mechanics' I hall next Friday evening, and gives promise of being a huge success. The music will be supplied by Jones' and Rosenthals' Band (Mel bourne), so there will be nothing lacking on this score. • Mr J. H. Lester and h. M'PUee, the joint sees., have issued invita tions freely, and dancers are ex pected from neighbouring towns and the district generally. The secretaries wish it to be Understood that the invitations for the socials, issued at the commence; ment of the season, included the ball also. •The secretary of the Nagambie Ban...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Rural Workers' Log. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914

Rural- Workers' Log. 1 Tho rural workers policy of tho Australian' Workers' Uuion, drawn up by a rocent in dustrial conlorenco, and endorsed by thi oxoeiitlyo'^ ttj'q flfjibqj 4^ with tho rate*) and conditions for Now 8outh Walos, Via] torla, (^uoonaland, South Australia, an<^ Tasmania, for the agricultural, viticultura'i /ruit-growiug, bop-growing, market garden ing and dairying industries.. These are P como into operation on Octobor 1, * In the agricultural soction i£ is laid dowti that 48 hours shall constitute a book's work, such hours to be worked as follows* Half-past 7 a.m. to 20 minutes to G on fivo dftys of thd one' hour for dinnor; and flye tft 12 SQoij'oni Saturdays, with two *' smoko-ohsn of 19 minutes oaob, ono la tho forenoon, aud ou^ in tho aftorooon. Ovortimo is put down ofr timo and a half. Tho wages proposed in* olude tho following:—Reaper, thresher, header, binder, stripper, and ^harvoiter drivers, 10s per day, or £2 20s pee week and "found," in cases w...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914

! Spectacles and sight Tesiino.— ' Mr D. E. Dear, tho well known Ophthalmic , Optician, will visit Mason's Criterion Hotel, ' Nagambie, on Thursday, July 2nd (Sale Day). Consultation free. Spectaclcs fitted 1 same day. I During this week the Government Statist ' will poet about 37,000 cards to the farmcn in tho .Wheat and oat growing districts, | with tho request that they will furnish the area sown with wheat and oats for the • present season, add state the quantity of | wheat on the farm on the 30th inst. As it l is a matter of great interest to the public, [ and to farmers especially to know tho total | area under these two important erops, each ' farmer is requested to fill in his card aud return it immediately after the 30th Juno, so that tho information may be compiled and published at the earliest poesible date, ft' i? particularly requested tnat'the cards §ent to farmers po tefcuryod, ^qattyer tie/ have sown or not. "Australia and NewZealaadar# full of aspiring reciters and ...

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Nagambie Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914

Nagambie Golf Club. On Wednesday last, on the links1 of the Nagambie Golf Club a Ladies' and Gent's Singles were held. Mrs | F. Hill won the ladies with a card of 91—12—7lJ. Mr A. Bazeley, who played a good game, won the gents, 111—24—87. Ladies 13 holes, gents 18 holes. Scores ;— Gents. Me A. Bozol&y Mr \V. Forbes ... Mr J.' \Yiliian^... ... Qlceson Mr F. Baacloy Mr h. MThco f Mr H. Haines MrS. Lobb Mr J. Fosdick ... Mr 0. Bronaiug Mr J. Taylor Rov Fr. Kavjinagh Mr F. Fosdick Mr T. Doruni lahie£ MrsF. I^Ul "... Miss "Browsing ... Mrs I$i\sker ...' . ... Miss Morisoa ... Mrs Mulcnhy Blrs Cobcu Mt ' ... Miss i^y^ Miss QVDwyor Mrs Bourko Mihs Linebmi Miss Dorum Miss P. Fosdick Miss Bailey Gs. Hp. Nt. 1H 2* 87 Qg a 90 102 10 00 ua 20 93 109 15 94 121 18 10G 100 Scr 106 ii3 o ;qp, 89 G 88 102 18,-34 95 10 *&5\ ill 25 8g ; 104 18 v 80 96 li 92 * 110 10 94 119 24 . 95 113 18 95. 127 18 109 < On Saturday next about 20 men*" bers of the Tallarook Golf ClnB, will p...

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Close Season. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914

Close Season. Black liah from 1st September t» 31at December, bulb dalea iuclueive.' English trout, from 1st Ma; to 31st August. / Note—Any, person liahiiig with a net or fixed engine, in auy river, creek, or stream, or - within such disiauce 'iom (be nioulh thereof, an may be proclaiund by the Uoveriior iu-C'ouucil, shall. be liable to u penalty of not U'sa than £2, or more thau £20 Murray bream, Murray ood aud Murray porob, from 1st Uutober to 30tb Wovombor each year, both datus inclusive Penalty.—Any person Wkiug, aell_ iug, or expciuiujj for aale during cloao ataaou for auy specics of iiali, uuy tisli of auch apecies, shall bu liablu tu a penalty not exceeding £20 Weights.—Black liab, 4 02a ;]U<j*ui, 5 oza; oattiab,] 1 02a; Murray cud, 1^ Iba; Murray porch, b oza ; 1 .'out ui all kiuds uot to be under IS oza. Any peraou takiug, selling, or vxpuiiug for tale, or baviug poauouaiou of any hab of the speciee meutioned of a 'lcsa woiijbt than thu weight sot alter tbo nauic...

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

TABILE HOTEL, Corner STATION & HIGII-Streels, NHGHMB1E. jr. ni vi»!iii (LntcofKyabr.ini. v - BF.GS to Notiiy the Public of Naganibic and district that he litis taken over the above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and trusts by strict attention to business to merit a fair share , of patronage.' Good Accommodation Good Staiimn'g Modenate Tkhms Attkntivk Groom Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. I j. MASON ' - (Late Mr A Lever) Wishes to announce to the residents of Nagatubie and District that he has taken over tho bnsinoss of the above well- • known Hotel, and intends to cater for patrons by supplying the best in ovcrything. Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Groom. isl£ Victoria Ale "S" The \hlley Hotel, NRGRCQBIE. UNDKIt NEW MANAGEMENT. is. c. Pianeili. * . (late OK wahring) HAVING laken possession Ihe . nbove'Hotel, informs iur ftumf< ntitl ■ Ihe public generally that every ci-deiT^r will I'ei-inadc'lo make llicin. cninforlablft when they pa...

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

For Critical Tastes. (^SjoQ-Sp (3Jj)° (§-S)° TEA TIME Is the most delig'litful lioiu* of the day, "whenever "Tea lioveps' Tea" Is served to Friends or Family. Everyone delig'hts in the exquisite flavour, and full, rich aroma of this Perfect Blend of Tea. As an example of the liig'h quality of this Blend, ask for a sample Tin of Tea hovers' Tea " In lib., 31b., and 101b. Tins. a A, E. GflDD, NAGAMBIE STOBES. fl Evening Wear j Novelties! 9 Patrons of the Tennis Ball will'do << (t well to inspect the above Jp ^ Novelties. jj 8 CKEPE-DE-CHENES, (T ORIENTAL SATINS, £ PAILETTES, &c. Also, the Newest Trimming s and Ornaments. « Hair Nets and Ornaments, IL - Evening* Shoes, Gloves, &c., &c. U Gent's Collars, Bows, Gloves, a {£ Pumps also on hand. jj| D. BROWN'S NAGAMBIE. I ..A.. S Splendid Opportunity I to Save Money • Comes with Our Annual I WINTER SALE • COMMENCING NEXT t Thursday, June 25th. Best Yalue for Lowest Price. Ask for our feALE LIST...

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

Undor Now. Manage moat. Royal Mail Hotel, NA&AMBXE. (SolJ e« BEGS to announce having (alien u over the lease of the above well-known Hostelry, and trusts, by strict attention to business, combined with civility, to merit a fair sliare of the public patronage. Only the Best Brands'of Liquors and Cigars Stocked. Good Airy Bedrooms First-class Cuisine Moderate Tariff Good Yard and Stables Attentive Groom Trie Leaning Family Hotel " MotheVs Friend. P»die Pomada for tlxs Eoad, Strikes Infesting Vermin dead Ono application destroys vermin, killH nits, heals sores, euros riugworm, and makes the hair grow thick, strong and onrly. Also for vorrain on pigs, poultry, cattlo nndborses.' W. A. GORDON, Chemist, Nagauibio, .sella Pedic—1/, 2/, 3/0, and packed with Nit Comb, Qd uioro. Nag'ambie Cycle and Sports Depot. E. Elsbury QESIltES to notify that lie Ins taken control of the business lately carriod oil by Elsbury Bros , and in future, as in the past, will cater for the requirements of...

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THE ASSOCIATION DRAW. Wednesday, 3rd June. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914

Weduesday, -ird June. Murcbison visit Kuroa Ruabwortb ,i Nagambie Soymour ,, Avenel Saturday, ltfth June* Nagambic visit Murcbison Avoncl Uunhworth Kuroa ,, Seymour Saturday, 20llt June. Euroa| visit Rusliworth Avcoel ,, Nagatnbio Soymour ,, MurcUisou Wednesday, 1st July4 .Murcbispn visit Avenel H-> Nagambip >, Kuroa llusbwortlf SeymojBr^ Wednesday. 8lb Rushwortb visit Murcbifoi Saturday. Soymour visit J^agaujble Kuroa „ Aveu^vv Saturday. t Kuroa visit Nagaiubic ,, Rjufewttib ■ A veiiel „ S«y«ofo*>'" Saturday, Seymour visit YAXtoj^;; t; Wed neadiiyjjftjj&J o 1y, Murcbison ambio Kushworth Wediiesd»)(,'jklijAiifjuat, Uusbworth^lfjBoroa, Nag«mbic..n;;,R^Tp(ieL. Mutcliibo»>> ,£vlj8yuiour Satl]^*yf/t^i August. Avcucl k c»urcUison Kuroajj f, ^.uJfftgauibie Seywdtur '>/£n,Jiush\vortb August. »*/ Rush worth ^turj^^nd August. N&aiifttt vWt Heymour w/* u

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JUNIOR ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914

JUNIOR ASSOCIATION. Saturday's maiolioa in tho Junior Asso ciation wont off rather unsuccessful}*. Hit chellstown and Wahring woro billed to meet oh Cohen's ground, but Wahring lined up a few short. Tho garuo was started, but at half-timo tho match was abandoned in favor of Mitchollatown, who with n full.team naturally had tho botter.of the argument, and it was useless Wahring continuing with a short-handed side. Tho Nagambio Juniors wcro drawn to play Bailicston, on tho lattor's ground, but did uot make the trip, and Bailicston woro awarded tho four points. Next Saturday's matches ;— Nagambio v. Wahring on Cohou's ground. Bailicston v. Mitchollatown at Bailicston.

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

Notice to Farmers HAVING erefctod au pp-to>dato Weiglv. bridgo, I am qoit prepared to do ! kiuds of weighing at reasonable rates, t am also prepared to buy Wheat in anj. quantity, and pny cash for samo as soon aft it- is put over Weighbridge, as 1 have boeii' appointed Lucal representative for J. Darling & Sons, tbo well-known Wheat Buyers and Corn-sack Merchants,'and can quote Corn-sacks for noxt Harvest at i lowest rates. Also Agent for Dixon Bros,/ j Chaff and Produce* Merchants, und tbo' Koyal Insuranco Company. | ■' L. CAELLI, £■; Produce Merchant and Sawinillct/ Railway Station, Nagainbie. j>vs Phono No. 2. '

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NEXT WEDNESDAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914

NEXT WEDNESDAY'S HATCHES. Nagambic vinit Euroa, Murchieon visit Avonol. Rushworth visit Seymour.

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