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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914
Outback Wedding Bells. u Ma u l UK—D A11 v, (From Ouo of the (.im-sts.) Tlio much talked of wedding be tween Michael Maguire, of Hang man's) Gully, and Aiiutusiti Duly, only daughter of Hen. Daly, of Wombat Creek, took place at the residence of tlio bride's parents 011 tlio 1st inst. Kverybody from Hangman's Gully and Wombat Creek was present. The wedding took place at 7. p.m., prior, to which was a football match between teams of the above places. 'Ihe Hev. A. Splice performed the. cere mony. The bride looked charming in a red llamieleUu skirt, with cont to match. She wore the usual veil and wreath and carried a spray of dogwood. At the request of the bride groom there were no bridesmaids gills, Bride to bridegroom, a cherry wood pipe and a plug of light Ilavoloek. Bridegroom to bride, ft bottle of scent and a tin of luscetibano. The whole company sat. down to breakfast and tlio Uev. A. Splieo again took command and proposed the health' of the happy couple, llo said that * Mick' ha...
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914
NOTES. Tho President (Mr E. Sf'Donald) enter tallied tbo Avenal players at teg. at> Na gamble Hotel, Elliott umpired (airly and impartially, and both teams wore perfectly satisfied with tbo way ho handled the game. Gilloajjio was Nagawbio's strong man. On a roving commission he did great work forward and back. FarrclJy played bis best game (or tbo season, and in the ruck bo was. unsur passable, Dibbens and Harrington each played a solid, sorviceablo gamo right through. Two very rcliablo men. A, M'Donald had a worthy foeman in i Tilsou (who played with Nagambio lust saason). Both gave a good opposition in tho centre. Dumps Robinson got hurt at the end oi tbo second quarter, but saw tbo gamo out like u Britq'a. '• 1-5 ' v a Caelli sjiowod greasy forfc »pd baa bvidontlv* ooe» training, ns ho b^d plenty of dash. Tho surprise packet of the day was Tcnkin, who was sent roving after Robinson was hurt, and the clever work he put in was sur prising. He will probably go on improving. Cox w...
AVENEL v. NAGAMBIE. A GREAT GAME ALL THE WAY. BLUE AND GOLDS WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914
AVKNIil, v. NAGAMBIIi. A OltKAT GAMK ALFj TIIR WAY. BLUK AND GOLDS WIN. Tho Association matehcs wore advanced another stago on Saturday, and tho flxturo locally was a contort lxjtwo.cn Avonol and Nagambioon tho Recreation ground. When ever theso teams mrnt a good willing gmno in tho result, and the match on Saturday was no oxcoption to tho rulo ; in fact it was perhaps one of the greatest struggles that has taken placo botwcmi them, and, although Nagambie gained the four points, Avonol caused thorn to bo well earned. Tho rod and whites have a good combination this season, and after thnir win at Uushworth tho previous week, wcro confident of lower ing tho colors of Nagambie, but tho latter put up a very different pcrformanco and showed improved form on their Murchison l match. The toam was a stronger ono alno, and tho addition of Gillespio, Tonkin, Gifford, : Duggan and lidding was a big improvo-1 mont. Added to this tho wholu of tho tonm ; showed moro daah, and tho bonoflt of a I li...
Glencairn Golf Club. MATCH AGAINST BOGEY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914
Glencairn. Golf Club. MATCH AUAINST BOGKV. A match against Bogey was played on the Glencairn links on Wednesday, 17tli inst. Miss C. Hayes and Miss Symea, with 1 dowu each tied for first honors amongst the ladies,and MrM'Leod, st)., was the winner iu tao gent's sectiou. Scores :— Ladies. Miss Syrnos Miss C. Hayc Mrs Gordon Mrs Caelli Mrs Kilgout Sirs Clarke 1 down Miag Hayes 7 do }1 ,, Mrs M'Lcod 7 3 ,, Mrs Miller 7 , 3 ,, Mrs Swift 8 , G ,, Mrs Sbaw 8 , G ,, MtssNcwnliam 9 GENTS. Mr M'Lcod • ... Mr J. 0. Cowan ... Mr Hotliam ijr O'Donoghnc... Mr^l'PUea ... Mr Handflold ... prPitYiw ••• Mr W. A. Gordon Mr J. Vickors ... McE. CaclH ... Mr 0. Cowan Rov. Lapthorno ... MrR. Mullcr ... Mr Sbaw Sq.
GOLF. GLENCAIRN T. TALLAROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914
GOLF. CLKNCAIRN t. TAI.LAKOOK. On Saturday Inst tho Gloncnirn k'ojfovs visited Tullarook, the out ing proving a most onjoynMo one. TIio links woro in good orilor and tlio greatest hospitality W113 shown tlio visitors. A mnloli wan played, which resulted in-rnthor an easy victory for Tnllnroolc. Scores :— L.vdiks. K. A. II.A. Mrs- Uavios ... OOv Miss O'Sho.i ... ;j i MrsOordou ... OOv Miss ITowo ... l | Mis* C. Hayes OOv Mikb I). King ... 1 MroCaclli ... 0 0 v Miss M'Cormnck 1 } Miss Symca ... Sq. v Mite Murphy ... Sq. Miss Nownlmm 5 5 v Miea M'Cartby 0 0 Miss Arbutbnot 1 iJ v Miss M'Cormnck 0 0 Mrs Swift ... 3 l v Mrs Ryan ... 0 0 9 13 VI15 GKNTS. | Mr Hotlwint ... 0 1 v Mr K. Parker 0 0 Pr Dimes ... 0 0 v Mr J, Parker 10 5 Mr Miller r... 0 0 v Mr H. Winnell 8 a Mr Gordon ...OOv MrB. Meadows 1 3 Mr Forbes ... Sq. Mr M. Darcy Sn. Mr T. Vickers OOv Mr M'Konzic 1 tf MrG.Cowan... OOv Mr Askor ... H | 2.1 20
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914
Attention, Please. Mrs J. Jonnson ■ DES1BKS to announce that slio Iim Oi.onnl Bnsim-s* in the inmmsos of Mrs M'Swwnoy. | Everything1 Up-to-dato. Fresh Fruit mid Lollies. Fresh Pork Gorumn anil Beef Gorman Stvvvloy?, Hot Meat Pies. Hot Saveloys and Coffee every Saturday Night. Dinners, Afternoon Tt-a, Board and Lodging, vf Piano. Fresh Cake, Vixtiry, and 55«mH i;ochU twice a week. Light Kefreshmonts, wiih Tea and Coffee for Dances ut a wouk's notico. Fresh Crumpets every Saturday. MRS J. H. JOHXsOX, Hit;h St., Nagambio. School of Music. Nagambio. Next K. Elsburj-'s Cycle Depot. VACANCIES for a to>v advanced Students, or beginners, who w|6b learn Violin, Piano, Singing. Quick ad* vancomenl guaranteed rianos and Organs tuned and repaired, K. J. PECHOTSCH, Band'maator and Instructor. Victorian Producers' Co operative Co. Ltd. Registered Office : Wool Exchange Buildings, +95 Collins Street, Mei.bocp.ne. J. Williams fISHES (o notify ih.a he has been appointed Local Agent for the above ...
Boxing in State Schools. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914
Boxing in State Schools. It has been decided to teach boac iu the State schools, and possibly the next thing we shall hear of will be dancing classes in connection ffUb these' institutions. Canon 8. Hugteii, a well-Vnown Melbourne Anglican clergyman, gave It as his view per the evening paper, that if boys in the public schools were taught the "noble art of self-defence" he did not see why those in the State schools should be debarred from acquiring a knowledge of it. It is not'a question of debarring, jioweyef, bjjf'oq'eof fhe boys' time jo the; lart^ttetjding^ such an ^in structional ipstitu(iot( as the Scotch pollege or Ciitwcb Of England Grammar School his parents are comfortably off—probaply wealthy ami be will remain at school till he is practically a young man. Ou the other band the State school boy is generally the son of a poor man and is expected to go out into the world and help to boll the fam ily pot pretty well as • soon as he reaches his teens. Hence with him the perio...
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" it used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe lsland, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS • [Whore the term "The Common wealth" it used in connection with theso rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe lslnid, and Norfolk Island.j LETTERS. For every J ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth 0 I For delivery in the British Em pire 0 1 For delivery in tho New Hebrides, Banks, and Torre® Islands .. 0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 2J LETTER CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth : Single, Id. each; reply, 111. each half. For delivery in the British Empire (see list of places under "Letters ')—Sin gle, Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands—Single, •'&lt;!. each. For delivery in other places— Single, 2|d. each. rOST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with tho Id. stamp, and Reply or double cards, each half of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may be transmitted to places within the Commonwealth, aud to those places, enumerated under ,eMers," to which letters...
Wahrig Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914
Wahrag Golf Club. The Glencairn golfers visited Wahring on Wednesday afternoon, when a match was played, which was won by the visitors. The Wahring ladies provided afternoon tea, and all present had an enjoy able opting. At the conclusjoii of the game the President of the Wahring club (Mr P. J. Ready) thanked the visitors for their atten dance, and trusted they would have another game together during the season. Dr Davies, on behalf of the Glencairn club, returned thanks for the hospitality shown them, and said it was always a,pleasure to visit their Wahring friends, who were downright good sports. The scores \jrere:— ' Gen^s. Wahring U A .Gloucairn (( A Hi J KoUycapt Q (J y Pr p'avioa (capt) ($ 5 Sir Phil. C'ahiU sq v Mr Q. Cowan .„ sq Mr Q. Sumner t 4 v Mr W. M'Leod 0 0 Mr 3. Tonkin 1 8 v Mr Y. Walkor 0 0 Mr P. Hcapby '0 0 y Mr A.-M'Pheo ' 1 3 -Mr ,"U. Ryan 0 Ov.MrO'Donoghue 13 Mr \V. Kwart, 1 8 v Mr M'Intoeh 0 0 Mr P. J. Keady 1 3 r Rev. Lapthomo 0 0 Mr II. Dclancy 0 0 v.Mr J. C....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914
A NURSE FOR 20 YEARS. . Nurse Evans •I Tuminia tod Victoria* writ* bcr opiiion of CLEMENTS TONIC M 49 Provost Street, Nth. Melb., IB CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I bar* beta amine lor twenty run ia Tu muli ud Victoria, 10 my experience corei* a lenjthy period. Who patient* are weak and low, a a arte mast know the beat medi ■ cine to (ire a patient. Sohm I bare anted Ian b*ea >o ill I never-conU have taken tkeir cate oalj ' I knewClemenU Tonic weald quickly restore tben to beutb. What I an writing b fsisded on ex perience that aaonfrt all ■ediciaet Clemeat»Tonic it firat. It it tbe eariee' friead, a reliable medieiae tbat will rettore tbe tick t« bealtb. (Sia—J) NURSE EVANS." Alw*yt> keep this Medidue ou band and vou svill keep healthy. U you get it YOU OKT HEALTH AND KKUKP FKOM LOSS OF bLKHP, WEAKNESS AVYKK JU.NKSS, CONSTIPATION, ' JNDIGKSTION, POOK APPliTITK, Wl'AK NKRVfcS, a lid BJI.IOUSNKSS. All STORES (^"CHEMISTS SELL IT. W.C. SULLIVAN L; KGS io announce that he has taken > ove...
AUSTRALIA'S FIRST STEAM ENCINE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914
AUSTRALIA'S FIRST STEAM ENCINE. Old maps of Sydney show u crnjE at Cockli- Dny marked "Dk'ksoii'f Steam Kngine" ; and tins small rue mento is the emblem of the enter- ( prise, energy, and i-onrngc which so largely animated the pioneers, whu did bo ranch to make our country what it is to-day. Thin Mr. Dickson wao a man who recognised the immense potentiali ties o( the grc-nt back country ol New South Wales. He helieved in the rich future which awaited her, and hacked his opinion for all he was worth. At this time—the year of grace 1S15—the advantages of .jrind ins wheat by means ol the wonderful new steam-engines was becoming re cognised in IjOndon, I.ancaRhirc, and the Midlands. .Mr. Dickson there fore, determined that his adopted land should share in tile progressive movement. He imported to Australia at his own risk and expense, nothing less than one of these wonderful new in-' ventions which was to grind the grain of His Majesty's new territory, and commence a fresh era in her hi...
PRICKLY PEAR EXTERMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914
PRICKLY PEAR EXTERMINATION. Dr. Jean White, the Melbourne I scientist, who is in charge of the ex- j perimental station for the extermlns-! tion of the prickly pear, at Dnlacea, : Queensland, has succeeded in estab* | liahing insectories at Bowen and Charters Towers, for the -proroga tion of the cochineal insects. A large number of these insects have been raised at Dulacea, but only, on one particular species of pear wbleh had to be brought to the district. The new laboratories will be in districts Id which this Bpcqea of pear abouQdii
OCEAN WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 26 June 1914
OCEAN WEALTH. It is strange that, in a country, whose surrounding waters abound it fish, the industry—if it exists at nil— is loft in the casual hands of a fe** apathetic fishermen, who Rain a pre carious livelihood exploiting by some of the largesse of our lakes, conBtal esturics, and bays. Considering the high price of meat, and the wealth of Hsh at our verj doors, it is extraordinary that the market quotations of fish should re main such that it i* a luxury in which only the rich can indulge. The valuable information which tlu research work carried out by the "Kndeavour" has supplied us, has as yet made no difference either in price or quantity to the fish supply of the people. It has been proved that .deep-sea fishing would he a sound financial enterprise. Huh trawling grounds extend from l'ort Macquarit on the north, to Gaho Island on the south; and tlathead, black perch, cod, whiting, ling, and innumerable other species arc there ready for the catching, and may be all brought ...
ELECTRICAL PROGRESS IS AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914
ELECTRICAL PROGRESS IS AUSTRALIA. I' Electricity is fast gaining ground ! in Australia as a domestic necessity ; ' and Boon every farm and home will , be able to tap its own supplj- for ! seating, lighting,, and transport pur poses. The Victorian Government's decision' to electrify .metropolitan railways is a step in the right direc-' tion, and it is to be hoped .that the other States will lose no time in fol lowing suit.
"BOTTLE-O" AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914
"BOTTLE-O" AND CO. In these days of scarce labour it is depressing to note that the number Df hale young men who follow the evocation of "Bottle-OV and simi lar professions keep well up to high water mark. The valiant protector still occupies Dur front mat, offering from a proud display tapes, post-cards, s.ifetv-pins, »tc., and pointing the. moral with a rnonrnful chant of "a sick wife and ten children," or "an invalid mother and two sisters dependent, on me." Why is it that when odd jobs are about, it is invariably the close sea son for handy men ?
AUSTRALIA'S THEATRICAL PRODUCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914
ft STRALIA'S THEATRICAL PRODUCTIONS. Australians have no cause for com plaint so far as their theatrical menu iR concerned. It in BurprisiiT :o learn that only at Drury Lime, whore greater spnee gives skater op , portunities for scenic etfects, is th? Australian pantomime production surpassed—or oven equalled. Most of the leading anil repreeenta tive artists sooner or later include the Commonwealth in their life's it inery, and now, at any rate, they :onio to us wlun they are in their prime. Whether the new type of Uri ttah play will he well received in Aus tralia is open to doubt. Most of the leading writers have turned thnr hacks on dramatic or tragic happen ing and situations, and are handling ordinary subjects in a studiously un exciting—-one might almost ray un interesting—way, the story being toll mainly hv conversation. It is not surprising, therefore, to learn that It is to. America wc are beginning to turn to for our dramas and comedies. A live, thrilling, modern play like ...
Railway Time-table. Passenger trains depart from the local railway station, daily, as follow:— [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914
Railway Xlinc-tabfe, Passeuger traius depart from the local railway station, daily, as fol-1 low:— , I , A.M. I'.M Up Train, Melbourne 8.,3'J 7.3u Down Train, Cobram V.55 6.55