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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

Attention; Please. Iflrs J. Jonnson DKSIRKS to nnnouru'o tlmt slm has Opened Business in the m-ern^ea of Mrs MWuvcnoy. Evory thingJJp-to-dato.. Presh »«it «nd Lollies. Kresli Pork German nml Moof German Hot Meal Pie?, Hot Saveloy? and Cofl'oo every Satin-day Nijjlit. Dinners, Afternoon 'iVa, Hoard and Lodging, u-oof Piano Fiesh Cake, Pastry, and .Small Goods tivieo a week. Light Refreshments, with Toa and Coffee for Panec* at a tvcvk'.s notice. Fresh trumpets every .Saturday. MKS J. M. JOIIX.-OX, Hitjli St., Xagambio, School of Music. Xngambio. Next K. Klhbury's Cycle Depot. "y~ACAXCZKS for" a few advanced Students, or beginners iviio wish to Itwirn Aiolin, Pj,ulo. binding. Quick ad vancomoDt guaranteed ' Pianos and Organs tuneii and repaired. Inst' I't Bandmaster and J Victorian Producers' Co operative Co. Ltd. Registered Office: Wool Exchange Buildings, •t05 Collins Street, Melbourne. J. Williams YV ISHES to notify chut he has been | jWO'Wed Local Agent for Uic I above Company, an...

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 — 3 July 1914

Church Services CUl-HCif OK ENGLAND. KccNr : Kcv. (i. \V. Outer. K.D, Tli.L. J'orxrth Stin'Hy after Triniljr 7 p-ra—KTensC'ng ami Sermon. Sub. jtct : "Things Mc>npj Cannot Bay.' I'K'KSItYTKHIAN. A! ii *.m. »nd 7 p.m I'reAchcr, Her A. 11. Tolburst MKTHODIST Morning at II— Iter. Lapthorne Kvenjng at 7—Rot i,«j»thorno KOMA.N CATHOLIC. Xloinii^ .it <J -Kcv. Father Kavana-h

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS •! ' [Whcro the term "Tlio Common wealth" is used in connection with theso ' rates and regulations it ineliiUes Pnpna, Lord Howo Island, nnd Norfolk Island.] LKTTlCltS. For every \ or fraction ilicrcot. I'Or delivery nitJiii, i]ie L'ninjj.ali wonltli 0 1 I'or deliverv in 11jv llrinsh Eni „ Pin> 0 1 ror delivery in tlicXeiv 11 i-IiritH-s, Banks, ami Torn* Inlands .. U 2 l''or delivery in other places .. ..0 LKTTKlt CAliDS. For delivery within till' t'oinniomvealth : Single, Id. well; reply, Id. each half. I'or delivery in the ISntish Kiiinire (sco list of places under "LettciV')—Sin gle. Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Hanks, ftlia Torres Islands Single, 'Jd. each. I'or delivery in other places— Single. 2Jd. each. . ■* ' POST OAltBS. Single Postcards impressed with tho Id. stamp, and lfeply or double cards each half of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may lie transmitted to places within the Commonwealth, and , <f those pla...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

ttlir iflag;unbie&imco FKIDAY, JULY o, 1914. At the Nagimbie Police Court on Friday, bcforo Messrs I>ernm, Wilson, and Gadd, J's.P., Mr G. Ashley was fined X'l for fail ing to have his child vaccinated. Sever.il other eases for the same thing were listed for hearing, but Constable Farrelly stated the Act had bee a complied with, and they were struck out. A garnishoe case,. J. F. Greenwood v. E. A. Pricc, also settled out of Court. Mr R. J. I'cchotech, bandmaster of. the Nagambie Band, ba3 bc-cn appointed band* master at Numurkah, at a salary of £2 10-j per week, and will take up his duties at once. Mr Pecbotsch is not giving up the Kagambic Bind, and will visit here every week to instruct the local musicians under his tuition. The Terrier Coursing Clob, recently started in Nagambic, haa been somewhat retarded owing to the fac; tbat the ncces sary permission to keep live rabbits for coursing purposes has not yet come to hand : from the Lands Office. The secretary, Mr J. M'...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

arWrtUk. gllMWUfH ■pMiuwwiMMiffmiiwLiiMiieaBMMWMBni Gregory's "WAEItlNG STORES. All Plowing* Requisites on Hand. Plow Shares, all brands. Plow Reins. Rope. Plow Chains Bluestone, Etc. SUITS to Measure. Como and Inspect our Now Pallorn Books. All tlio Latest Styles Sliowu. Suits to Measure from 35s. Wahring Stores. Tony Orpwood, ■ . —HH~ Tailor, CQereer and Hatter. Gentlemen, Having secured New Pattern*, I am prepai*ed to do you a New Suit or Pair of Trousers at a Seasonable Price. Call at once and Inspect —PH— ■ A. M. Orpwood,

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Goulburn Weir. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

Goulbura Weir. From oar Weir Correspondent.) A well-attended meeting of ladies and geritleznen was held in the Hall on' Thurs day, -25th'Judo, for the jmrpose of electing ofljco-Kcarere and oommittee for Goulburfl Weir Mission Band for the yW'lSUi. The Rev P. C. Yickerman occupied the chair", and MrsW. Day was unanimously re-elected President. Meedames Cameron and K. Miller vice*president5, Miss May M'Lecd secretary, and Miss Brenion treasurer. It was agreed to hold tjio meetings the first Saturday ii}«vpry month, and to work 'fof tho same objects as we b*ve hitherto done, A balance of £u still remains in hand after all expenses and obligations to the different foods werofaid, a mo«t .satisfactory as well as cucouraginc result considering that tho night of the last fair wassuch an unpro pitiousone, . The attention of our readers is once more drawn to tho fact that on Wednesday even ing, July 8th, a grand concert and lantern entertainment will beheld in fhe'Ooolburn \V'eirlUll, * 4 s...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Football Association Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

Football Association1 Meeting. | A meeting o( tho Waranga-Norlh-Kast j Association was hold at M'Donald'n Hotel J on Monday evening. Delegate* represent I [\\% Kuvoa (Memts O'Connor and Hcovcb), I Murehison (Messrs Parker anil Kearney), Seymour (Messrs Mulhall and Onoghcgun), ltuwhworth (Mr D*vi*), Avenel (Mr Hollo way), and Nagambio (Messrs M'Leod arid Swanwiok), together with tho President {Mr PaTrions), and Soimjtary (Mr D, J. Sliewan were present. After tho rinding of the minutes Mr Reevos intimated that ho wished to have added to his remarks in seconding tho motion at the last meeting in regard to tho ' penalty on Coo for striking Stanley at Mur chison that lie favored standing players | brought up on such charges out for three ! matches. Tho alteration wan nmdo, after , which the minutes woro continued. The Victorian Football League wroto , stating that they would request their mil 1 pi res in tho \V;iranga-North-10ast Associa tion to roport all cises. of matches starling j al...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NAGAMBIE v. EUROA. THE VISITORS GET DEFEATED BUT PERFORM WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

NAGAJIBtE v. EUllOA. This Visitors oet defeated ijut perf011m well. The meeting of Euroa and Nagambio had been looked forward to with interest by local pcoplo for sonic time, and a good crowd of supportors mado the journey. The Euroa trip appears to be a popular 0110 with Nagambio folk, and Wednesday's excursion was voted a moat enjoyable out ing, A victory over Euroa would no doubt have filled the visitors' cup of pleasure, but under the circumstances they were more than .satisfied with the showing of tho Nagnmbio boys, as, with Dumps Robihson, A. Harrington, ^and H. M'Doimd on tho injured list tho team cannot be said to have been seen at its best. Robinson and M'Donald were suffering from the offects of recent accidonts on tho football field, and Harrington received a kick in the ankJo just after tho match started which put him out of action for tho rest of tho day. With these three men fit and well the visitors would havo taken a lot of stopping. Euroa put a good even team into t...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

For Children's Hackiug Cough at Bight* Woods' Great Peppermint Curfc 1/8 LINSEED COMTOUND-rOr 40 jMrt1 proten efficacy, .Fox Coughs* CoM% BrooehitU, *$©» v. •'•

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

FOOTBALL. Huron (10.1!)) beat Nagambio (10.5) A vend (G.15) boat jtfurchison (0.0) Soymour (10.11) heat Rushworth (2.'1)

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Close Season. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

Close Season. Black tish from '1st September to 31st December, both dates inclusive, English' trout, from lot May to 31st August. Note—Any person lisbttig with a net or . iixed eugiue, in any river, creek, or stream, or within buck Hifti&ucu ciom the mouth thereof," as may be proclaimed by the Uovcruor iu-Oouncil, ahull bo liable to a peualty of uot less than £2, or more than £20. Murray bream, Murray cod and Murray porch, from 1st October to 30th November each y§ar, both dates inclusive Penalty.—Any person taking* »ell iuy, or exposing for sale duriug elosu season for any specios of fish', uuy liali of such species, ahull be liublo to a ponaHy jjot exceeding &'2Q Weighu.—liluck libh, 1 ozs ;]broaui, 5 ow; oattish,} l oza; Murray ood, l£. lbs; Murray perch, b oen \ t.'out. ol all kinds not to be under 8 ozs, Any persou takiug, selling, or expotiog for sale, or having possession of uuy, tab of th« species lueulioued^ of a -Icsa weight thuu the weight sui uflt#r; iho n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

TABXLK HOTEL, Corner STATION & firGII-Strcc-ls, NHGHMBIE. .1. .U'lKTOsafl (L/ite of Ky:il>r.i»i. BKGS to Notily tiic Public of Nngambic and district that lie lias taken over tlic above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and trusts by striet attention to business to merit a fair share "olpntronngc. Good Accomsiodati i.v Good Stabling _■ Modkhate Tkkms Attkntitb Ouoom Best liranris of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. L. MASON (Late Mr A Lever) Wishes to announce to the residents of Naganibie aud.Distriet- ,j, that lie has taken over tho business of the above well j known llotel, and'intends to cater for patrons , by supplying the best in everything. 'Pleasure Boats always availablo. Good Stabling and Groom. sk -Victoria Ale ~ The \hlley Hotel, Nrgrcqbie. . UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. ' is. l Pianeiii. ILATI5 OF WAHRING ) UAVING -"taken possession of Ihc - vXA above Hotel, informs lur friends and the public generally that every et-doiv^r .. will be made to make them comfortable when they p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

DOST THOU LOVE LIFE? Then do not squander TIME, for tliat- is the stuff life is made of. —Franklin. "Tea hovers' Tea" Is the most Refreshing1 Beverage, and is Free from Adulteration ! THIS MAKES LIFE WORTH LIVING. A, E. GADD, NAGAMBIE STORES. I _ i Evening" Wear $ | Novelties! | o Patrons of the Tennis Ball will do ^ well to inspect the above • $ ^ Novelties. *jj ft CREPE-DE-CHENES, $ (J ORIENTAL SATINS, | j| PAILETTES, &c. H Also, the Newest Trimmings and (jj Ornaments. « Hair Nets and Ornaments, Vj J» Evening Shoes, Gloves, &c., &c. 5 y» Gent's Collars, Bows, Gloves, & Pnmps also on hand. rr D. BROWN'S res. NAGAMBIE. | f""" ."I "! t Splendid Opportunity * | to Save Money SALE Now On! Come and Inspect, which is to Buy. HOY3& TMW WMECMB Best Value for Lowest Price. Ask for our SALE LIST, if you have not already received it. The whole of our Drapery Stock at Real Clearance Prices, from NEXT THURSDAY, 25th irist. ' Please take a Note of the Date...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

TJndor Now Managomoat. Roval Mail Hotel, • (goljeu DEOS to announce having taken over ihe lease of the above well-known Hostelry, and I trusts, by strict atlontion to business, I combined with civility, to merit a lair share of Hie 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 Leading Family Hotel. Mother's Friend. | Fodic Pomado for tho* Eoad, Strikes Infesting Vermin dead | Ono application destroys vormin, kills j i nits, lieftla soros, cures riugworm, and makes tho hair grow thick, strong and curly. Also for vermin on piy«, poultry, eattlo »mV horses. W. A. GORDON, Clieiiiiat. Nayumliii', soils Voilio—If, 2/, 3/0, kud packed with Nit Comb, Cd moro. (KY now Ah WAUKAST.) rise's Post Office Directory 01- ALL VICTORIA, 1914 rpHlS wolUnown and no!ablc JL which is now published, is sold .111.1 , circulated, not only throughout Vkton., but has extensive sale in N...

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Reasons for Rotations. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

' Reasons firRbtatlons. At the basis of all genuine ro tatlons lies the facl thai plants <lif fer from one another ; they dine from one another' in their 'demand: HPtin the soil, both chemical nn< physical ; they differ with regar< to'tholr roof. sj stem,' * dppth 6 feeding, their moisture requfrejijenUf their time of vfe*ding, their' datesji reaching maturity; etc. Many plants iinpdveriah the soil a few enrich it ; *on\e spoil its phy sical condition, while others 1m prove it in thai' regard. Man* trops favour. th« growth of weeds while-others either are able to hole Ml#-* w^ls }n check or require suol cultivation aptf Ireat/ijoht. a« wit prevent ihuir growth. All these dHTerenrep fit plants ft)| different places in rotation, aw a well-arranged rotation is one Ir which the strong points of one crof follow so as to lit into the weal points of another, or vice versa 1 and in thin way reduce deficiencies to a minimum. A crop that ro- ! quires a large a...

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Graytown Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

Gray town Jottings. When tho Moortnbool {wUlomcut was sur veyed a sito for n township was excised on tho road botivcon Graytown and itedcastle. A resprvo, presumably for recreation pur poses, \vsi» alr.o fivuvoyctl adjoining tho town ship Hito. Motown hurt iiMloriutincd, how over, and 0110 half of tho nito has been selected Tho residents of tho district now desire thub tho remaining portion of tho site, togothor with tho adjoining reserve, bo pro claimed a recreation rcscrvo, And far that purposo a largely attended mooting of resi dents of tho district was held on tho '21th . nit., when it was decided to ask tho Hon. I tho Minister of Lands to give otTect to tho wishes of tho pcopto, and a committco wus , appointed to transact tho business. Tho i land in question to admirably adapted for tho purpose required, being in tho ccntro of . tho most closely settled portion of tho settle I mcnt. Besides being level and freo from J stones it would mako an oxcellent sports ground, An' athleti...

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Wife Kills Husband in a Duel. TRAGIC ENCOUNTER IN A FEN CING SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

Wife Kills Husband in a Duel. • Tli.vctlc evcouxtku in a fks cing school. A great 'sensation' 1ms been cause* In Moscow by the tragic death »> lviui Putokin, the owner of a schoo for fencing, who was killed in a <luc with his wife. Mine. Putokin was an instrnctres nt her husband's school, and fve ' quently gave lessons to young arm,' officers, with whom .she was u grou favourite* j M. Putokin quarrelled with i ; lieutenant vrhoin he thought pah too marked attentions to his wife ami a' duel was arranged. Th. combatants met ut tho npppinte< time with their Neeonds j» rne n the rooms at the fencing school and were about to begin the due With rapiers when Mine. Putokii appeared. She 'declared that her husband'; challenge was a 'rejection 011 he own honour, arid demanded that h fight with her before he fnet the olll cer,« The . other men present uj held her view,' and fresh .Seconds wen chosen. . The fencing master and his vvif begun their deadly .encounter aud&a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

Woods' Great Poppormiot Cure, For Coufiha und Colds, navel fadlfl, 1/9

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

Read this "When my tHtlc tfiil wa* throe years nhl she which supervened llroiuhitls. Pneumonia and She was ntlemUM by a tlnclor of hitfU slant! Intf, whose lionlmcnt, however, wa* »"» suc cessful On Saturday. Ihc 2lxi October, he raid Mut hrr life was In danger—that Ihcttf was very little hope for her. I'or uluM days and nlKhls she had K-cn rrmlralct! hy Con.ih, i'alti and I'fver. and wa\ lyinn like a slilue. uiiconsclmi*. At this ftartc I was persiin.lod hy a fdeitd to obtain HEAKNE'S Bronchitis Cure, with Us auxiliary nmllclnc (or the !• and Congestion of the Limits, as directed In the Catalogue of Mcdicincs which ac» companies each hottle. I tfavc the mcdl cine as directed, and Ihere was an hn« provement from Ihc first dose. The Improvement continued sleadlfy. In a week she was perfectly free from lh« Pneumonia. Congestion, Coutfh. #P»ln and Kcver, and was well, * except thai the was &M1) weak. In a fortnight she was quite recovered and Is now In splen did health, and str...

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Wahring Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

Wahring Notes. Tho spell of drought which has been most injurious to tho growth of crops and grass, and causing much anxioty to farmora as to tho season's prospccts was broken last Monday by a gonoral downfall of light rains registering 14 nointa. Tbo backward stato of tho crops still require a heavier and moro continuous downpour to bo of any servico to tho gloomy aspect of tho country. Accord ing to tho recent roports tho neighbouring States have boon favored with beneficial rains. Wo may, thorefnro, hopo that tho weathor predictions will bo fully realised hero, and that Naturo in her bountiful dis tribution will favor us also with a good downpour that will roliovo the present situa tion ^nd avorfc tho impending depression that is already prevailing throughout tho country.

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