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BAILIESTOWN T. MITCHELLSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

BAILIE8T0WN T. MITCHELL8T0WN. Mitchells town paid their second and last visit for the season to Bailiestown on Juno 27th. It is rather a hard matter to got the full team to travel the oxtm distance to Ballioston, and when mustorod tho team was short'Of Kenny, Hutehcson, Moraa, Kelly and Neil, but on bringing up the reserves the number was brought up to sixteen,'and here Bailieston football folk, with their usaual goneroslty, allowed Mit chollstowiv to soloot two mon from the onlookers. . Bailieston had also (o cast WfV about thom to male up. thou full com plement. . . ' Tho game was a ding dong one from start to finish, and » caso of anybody's game. After a slight skirmish near the centre Bailieston diovo tho ball towards tho Mit chollstowu sticks, and alto? Bome battling ami ft minor point stent it through for the maximum points. At first "stick and korosono tin" Bftilicston Imd w goal and three minor points, whilo thoir opponents had only otfe or two bohinds. Tho second quarter sa...

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

Dispute About Woodcutting At the Nagambie Court of Petty Sessions on Friday last, before Messrs Wm. Wilson, A. E. Gadd; and 1\ Derum, J.'sP.. Joseph Delia Boska sued James Zanelli. for £6 4s 6d, which sum was claimed by the former to be due to him for wood he had cut for Zane[li. Mr A. N. Hopkins appeared for plain tiff aud Mr England for defendant. Mr Hopkins, in stating the case for the plaintiff said that the parties in the dispute were Italians, and some difficulty might be experienced by the Bench in getting correct par ticulars from then}. . Delia Boska agreed to cut wood for Zanelli at i 2s per truck in a paddock belong ing to Mr A. Cameron. He worked in July, August and September of 1913, and then left for Tooboxac. Previous to leaving he had the vyood ^aVied by a man namedQiJfiert, who' reckoned the result of plaintiff's labor at IS trucks. Zanelli disputed this at the time and conteuded there was only 10 trucks in the paddock. However, it was agreed that Delia Boska would ...

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

Presentation. On Sunday, after service at the local H.C. Church, occasion was taken by the Altar" Society to pre sent Miss Mary Delaney, who has recently left Nagambie to take-up her residence with her sister, Mrs P. Kelly, at Waliring, with a gold chain and cross and handsome prayer book in recognition of her valuable services to the society, in which she has taken the greatest interest during ' her resideuce iu Nagambie. The presentation was made by the Rev Fr. Kavanagh, who thanked Miss Delaney on be half of himself and the Altar So ciety and Sunday School, for her good and unselfish work in cliurch matters, and he trusted she would accept the presentation as a small token of appreciation for all her good works, and that she would be long spared to use thom.

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

Nagambie State School.; A very pleasing function took place at the local State School on Friday afternoon last, when Miss Fulton, who has occupied'the posi tion of second female assistant, and who has recently heen transferred io Cajilfield North, was pade the jecipiept of a very neat and costly presentation by the \eacrjers aqd scholars of the school. Mt Bourke (the head teacher) ' said he deeply regretted her depar ture,'as she had proved a very capable teacher, and oqe who had gained the respect and esteem of the children; she had also won golden opinions from the Department, and had reached the front rank; In her profession. He wished her further success in her new school. Dr Davies, as representative of the local School Committee, was sorry Miss Fulton was leaving, as }ier transfer was a distinct loss to the school. lie knew her-to be an ideal teacher, and one who had the confidence other scholars. He then asked' her to accept a slight token of the regard In which she was held ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

News and Notes. At n meeting of parents held in tlic local State Scliool oil Monday evening Mr Clias. Callaghan was elected a member of the School Committee vice the late Mr J, Comcrford. The secretary (Mr Boiirke) de sires to acknowledge with thanks donations from the following to wards the funds of the Nagamhie Football Cltib:—Mr D. Brown, ,CI ; Mr J. Furlong, 10s fid; Mr II. Gregory, 10s. The annual Hospital Sunday col lection for the Mooroopna Hospital was taken up in the Presbyterian Church oil Sunday, the Rev, A. II. Tolburst conducting the services. The collection amounted to £25, and a cheque for that amount was sent to the hospital prior to June AO, The Tenuis Club Ball will be held this evening in the Mechanics' hull. The joint sees., Messrs J. II. Lester nnd L. M'Phee, have every thing in readiness for the occasion, and as the music (Jones and Rosen thal's band) will be of the highest order, it is expected that the ball will be a thorough success, and the secretaries repo...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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NEW INDUSTRY FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

NEW INDUSTRY FOR AUSTRALIA. > Th* coats of annuals used for warmth or ndorumint—or both—are becoming more and more fashion able. Consequently the price of furn 1 iR ever ami always ou llio rise. All I the world over much lime and atten- ' tion is boinjr bestowed on fur farms, and the (most ion arises why should aot Australia share in the bcnctlt of Fashion's dictates ? Whether the fur rige is du> to an increased for comfort and lux ury, or whether it is due to good seasons and increased wealth, the de mand tor fur grows ns steadily In the sunny south as it docs in the northern latitudes. The civilisation that probably has encourigcd this demand has also -created a fhr'n' n»;e it the supply; and th: furry inhabi tants tin world's wild spnc.-p are becoming more and more rare. The result is that pood skins nowadays fetch almost fabulous prices ; and even the despised bunny has at l;ist justified its existence, and com* Into it-i kingdom. Our own wild foxes have ho n pres sed into...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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JUNIOR FOOTBALL WAHRING V. NAGAMBIE JUNIORS. TONY ORPWOOD IN FORM. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

JUNIOR FQQTBALI, ] WAHRING V. NAGAMBIE JUNIORS. TONY ORPWOOD IN FORM. On Saturday Wahring wero to play the Juniors, but as tfce former appear to havo some difficulty qi raigiog full teams this season, and again lined up short-handed, | »omo substitutes had to bo prooured from the ranks of the Beniore( but a sufficiently good team was got together to make tho Juniors go some, Wahring were consider ably strengthened by tho inclusion of Tony Orpwood, who played his first match for tho season,_ and his* ruck work and all-round play was particularly brilliant. Tom Butler, V. Sogers and C. Goe also donned the red, white and blue, and in tho first quarter Wahripg had all the be^ of tfce pjayt scftipg S3 and 4 behind to Nagambio's 1 goal. Tbeseoondtorrawas responsible for Nagam. bie doing all the scoring, and they put on 3 goals 1 point to the visitors' nit, and at half lime the stato of affairs was— ' Nagambie, 4—1. Wahring, 2—1. ■ In the third quarter Wahring bombarded the Nagambie goal c...

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

A MINER SAYS For Years He Worked in IVel Ground, Kidney "Pains and "Uerrible (Backache. Clements Tonic Cured This letter was wriUcn (r«m Tubbul Station, Via Young, K.S.W., Aug.. 13/11. Mr. W'iftcuati, the writer, strongly recommends all miner* to use this medicine, because it la such a powerful nerve and blood purifier that it counteracts the ill-effects of underground couftnement aud bad sir upon the system. Alter reading this letter, get Clement»~Toaic and keep healthy CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "A« a man far jraara I warisd ia wet |rou4, tad mw it is teltiag e» me, ler I iiiltf with ■; uJ kadidt aad Un ef app«tit«, "Dactart i> Yhbi t*U Mi I bad hydatid*) tad Mid ai aperatiaa Might he aacasswry. Their Mtdieiae did m» ae gead. ~ I ftMlved agaiast it. I *>i m ■sad if 1 ceald Mt walk (ar« withe at a spell. ItrieJ.aQ aediciaei, aad pills, kiUiii mjHTj It m, «Btn I tried Clwiiti Teak. Tke ftrrt ud ucud hettki had peer atfeet, to the third did. I wae lanrieej put chaage that case. I lif...

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Nagambie Golf Club. NAGAMBIE v. TALLAROOK. AN INTERESTING GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

Nagambie Golf Club, NACtAMini-; V. TALLAHOOK. AN INTF.ItKSTINO CIA5IK. On Saturday tost twenty player* (twelve gentlemen ami eight ladies), accompanied by I several supporters, arrived by tbo morning train from Tallaronk to try conclusions with the local club. Tho visitors woro met on arrival and welcomed by Cr Dernin (Presi dent) and the member? of the Reception Committco and esrortcd to the residence of Mr and Mr* K. Hill, where they wore hos , pitably entortaincd at morning tea. by Mrs , Hill. After a walk round the town tho I visitors were entertained at luncheon at tho Koyal Mail Hotel by tho local club, tho lunch being served in Mr and Mrs Cohen's | best stylo. | After lunch tbo visitors wore convoyed to tho local links, Messrs M, W. Hill, Klsbury and Glccson kindly providing cars for tho occasion. The day was an ideal ono for tho game, nnd consequently somo vory fine play resulted, scarccly a poor card boing handed in, and tho golf was by far tho best over witnessed on tho lo...

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

Till-: ASSOCIATION DRAW. Wednesday. 3rd Juuo. Murcbison visit Kuroa Rusbwortb ,, Nag.imbie Seymour Avenel Saturday, 13tb June. Nagambic visit Murcbison Avenel i, Rusbwortb Euroa ,, Seymour Saturday, 20th June. Kuro»| visit fltabwortb A vend ,, Nagambic Seymour Murcbisnu Wednesday, UlJuly. Murcbison visit Aveuel N'iganibic ,, Euroa Rusbwortb Seymour ; Wednesday, 8tb July. Husbvvortb visit Murcliisou Saturday, 1Kb July. Soymour visit Ifiigarabio Kuroa ,, Avenel Saturday, J 8th July. Euroa visit Murcbison Nugnmbio ,» Rushworlh Avenel ,, Seymour, Saturday, 25th July. Seymour visit Euroa ' Wednesday, 29th July. Hurcbinoii vibit Nagambic Rusbwoitb ,/ Avenel Wednesday, StbjAugusl. Rusbwortb visit Euroa Nagambie . ,, Avenel Murcbisou ,, Seymour Saturday, 15tb August. Avenel visit Murcbisou Euroa ,, Nugambie Seymour ,, Rusbwortb Wednesday, 19th August. Murcbisou visit RusbwortJj Saturday, 22nd August. Nagambie visit Seymour Avenel ,, Kuroa

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

W. C. SULLIVAN I.) EOS to announce (lint, he has taken O over Hie Wine Citfj: recently carried on by Sits J. Hcanip, nhd trusjs by «li icily nlltiulin^ to the lequi'reincnts of patrons to utci it i bharc of pUblic patronage. ONI Y GOOD WINE WILL BE FOUND ON THB-SHELVES. Good Accomodation*. Kibst-classTabli Stabling and Attentive Yar<Liinai\

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A Music Machine for Composers. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

- A Music Mdchino for Composers. 4 ^ "Kverythmg lit done by machinery nowadays," hn.n been a ciiiiiiihmi e\. | proNsinn for n decade or imiri', and ovorv year brings it nearer tlu | truth. One of the latest invention? I is u device for writing mush* by ! machinery. J . A Swedish Inventor named Ny» •drum invented the apparatus, | which mny he used In connedior with any keyboard. either pf>iM> of myan. It is operated by humus o! ebclricity, ■ and when a piece nl music is played in the ordinary way. this device, culled a " inehviraph.' 1*1 cords Die sounds on a chend rally-prepared ribbon, which luit been treated with a preparation o wax lo allow the impressions for e.ich lone. Alter the music has been playe | the ribbon may be remoxeil un< read, jnsl an one w'ould read short hand notes or the telegraph <*od<» And in rending It the proper nolu tions may be made, when—presto ' there is the music, actually "writ ten by machinery." One of {he greates...

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

LiNSbhD compound —.For coughs and Cold*. Nclievu* Allium nml i|)llicu)L breathing. I "LAXETTES" I Aperient Chocolate Squtrei." Sift -Effective-Delicious. Wise mothers will 1 discard nauaeons' caator oil; All chemists and storekeepers.'l/- and 2/6; or Bowen & Co., Swanston-st.; Melbourne* ' Send for free sample.

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Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 3 July 1914

Literary and Debating Society.   A lightning change of programme characterised the meeting of the above society on Monday evening last. As the speakers present were almost all for the affirmative side the committee decided to postpone the debate till next Monday evening. A pleasant half hour was, however spent, as the Rev A. H. Tolhurst, recently settled in the town, enter- tained those present with two reci tations and a very amusing story. As the subject of debate for the next meeting will be an interesting one it is hoped there will be a full com- plement of speakers for and against " Profit Sharing." as well as a good gathering of the public to hear the discussion.  

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Railway Time-table. Passenger trains depart from the local railway station, daily, as follow:— [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

Hallway finHabl«J Passenger trains depart from the local railway station, daily, as fol-' low:— I A.M P.M I Up Train, Melbourne 8.39 7..J0 Powa Train, Cobrarn 9.55 6.55

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

Attention, Please. mrs j. donnson DKSIKKS to attnonneo that sho has Oj-fiiod Husinc^s in the pmnibvs of Mrs M'Sweonov. Everything Up-to-iato. Fresh Fruit and Lollies. Fresh Pork Gorman ami Hoof Gorman Siivfloy.c, Hot Moat Pics, Hot Savoloys and Coflfoo every Saturday Night. Dinners, Afternoon Tim, Hoard ami JA>4l{?»ng, «.<o of Piano Ficsh Cake, Pastry, and Small Good* twice a ivt-t'!;. Light Kofreshtnonts, with Tea and CofTeo for Dances at a week's notice. Fresh Crumpets every Saturday. MKS J. II. JOHNSON, Hitjh St., Naijambio. School of Music. Na^ambio. Xcxt K, Llsbuty'ss Cycle Depot. "VACANCIES for a tow advanced * Students, or beginners, who wish to learn Violin, Piano, Singing, <^uick ftd» vancomont guaranteed Pianos nod Organs tuned and repaired, R. J. PECHOTSCH, Bandmaster and Instructor, Victorian ' Producers' Co- | operative Co. Ltd. Registered Office : i Wool, Excha.vc.e Builuixgs, ! '195 Collixs Street, : Melhohkne. | J. Williams U/ISHKS to notify ...

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the tem "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 — 10 July 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS £Wh©ro tho torin "The Common wealth" is used in connection with theso " ., rates and regulations it includes Vupna, Lord Howe island, nnd Norfolk Ishind.j LF.TTF.ltS. l«or every } ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in the British Em pire 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands .. 0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 2J LETTER CAKDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, Id. each; reply, Id. each half. For delivery in the British Empire (see list of places under "Letters* )—Sin gle. Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Hanks, and Torres Islands—Single, I'd. each. For delivery in other places— Single, 2Jd. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with tho Id. stamp, and Reply or double cards, each lialf of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may be transmitted to places within the Commonwealth, aud to those places, enumerated under •'.jeftters/' to which letters...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

Gregory's •WASHING STORES. All Plowing' Requisites on Hand. Plow Sliares, all brands. Plow Reins. Rope. Plow Chains Bluestone, Etc. SUITS to Measure. Coma nud luspeot our New Pattern Books. All llio Latest Stylos Sliowu. Suits to Measure from 35s. ^C&c&ci "Its exquisitely delicate flavour, its purity and wholesomeness ■ have won appreciation from all classes and all ages." . Jx •' CADUVUY, nOURXYULE Tony OrPwood. Tailor, CDereer and Hatter. Gentlemen, Haying secured j\Tew Patterns, I am prepared to do you a New Suit or Pair of | Trousers at a Reasonable Price. Call at once and Inspect A. M. Orpwood, bailor, mmdi

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NAGAMBIE JUNIORS v. MITCHELLSTOWN, [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

NA0AMB113 JUNIORS V. MITCHELLS TOWN, Tho Nagambie Juniors paid tbuir second visit to Mitchcllslown on Saturday, July 4th, and scored smother victory ovor (he locals. Tho local team has been unfortu nate iu losing tho ablo sorvicoe or its captain, Mr Jas. O'Couuor, through au injury to tbo fadoo, and it will most likely. Jjo urmbla to avail itsoll of his assistauco during tbo re mainder of tbo season. Mr A, Sl'Larty captained in his stead. Nogorabio had a good team in fchafiold, and appear to bo successfully copying Bail lieston's performauco of last year—going through unbeaten. MitchcllBtown'a team was tho best Iboy could muster. and play opened with Nagainbio haviug tbo beuofit of the wind, of which they mado ratbor a poor use, as during the initial quarter iboy scored but three poiuta, wbj'Jo MitobclJstown scored a goal agaiusfctho wiud. At-chango of oiids ilitcbcllatown, with tho aid of the breeze, addod 3 nioro goals and bohitids,. whiliit their oppoiiouto re peated the performa...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

Death. 1'ArrKNi—On the <Jth July, at Wattlo Orovo, Tabilk, Joseph, beloied father of W. J , (t, and A. Pattm, and Mil D. Cuthbort, jun., Mrs H. UriffltbB, Mm W. i.r?i' " M'Douald and Aliu T. latten. Atjod 70 junra. Native of Somer. saUmto.

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