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BAILIESTON v. WAHRING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

B<UL*ESTON v. WAHR1NG, These clubs mot atWahring ou Saturday, when a- very ovcu and interesting gamo resulted. Wahring led at half-time, but Bailicston caught up, and ovonlually ran out winner^ Final scores:— JJaiHoaton, 3 goals 10 bobimls Wahring, 3 gonls 6 bohinds

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 — 10 July 1914

Cfiurch Services CilUUCIl Of ENOLAKD. Hector: Rev, G, W. .Carter, R.D., Til. Fifth Sunday after Trinitj .' 11 a-m - Matins and Sermon PKE8BYTKKUN. Al ii .1.111. and 7 p.in Preacher, Eer A. H.-Tolhunt METHODIST Morning at n'-li'r Ashley Evening at T-Mr Ashle/ ROMAN CATHOLIC. Morning at 11 -HeV. Father Kavaiugh

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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SEYMOUR v. NAGAMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

SEYMOUR v. NAOAJIBIE. Don't forgot that the match on Saturday is at Soymour. According to tho draw pub-1 lishcd by tho different papers, Seymour I visit Nagumbic, but this is iucorrout, and 1 should read " Nagainbio visit Seymour." Wo arc sorry to say that Albert xiarring* ton is now laid up as a result of the kick ho , received at Euvca. A numbor assert that1 Harrington was intentionally kickcd by a 1 Euroa playor, and H this is tho ease it is a scandalous thing, as thoro are onough hard knocks without getting intentional onos. Harrington is a particularly clean playor, and it is hard that he should bu the victim of an alleged cowardly attack. A meeting of tho Nagambio Junior club will bo hold to-night a^M'Intosh'n Ilotcl. Saturday's Junior matches:—Jjailiestou [ v. Nagambio, at Bailies ton ; Mitohcllstowu I v. Wabriug, at Nagambie (Cohen's ground).

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

There's a Lifc-iaving Power about '.>c BRONCHITIS CURE that raises It right out of the ruck. Head this and Reftact "When my Utile tflrl wa* three years old she coulractcd McjiMm, upon which tiiprrvrnril DroncIiUls, Pneumonia and Contfcslion of the Lungs. Sltc.was ntlcmlcil by a tloclor of hltfh Maiul* Intf, ivh(we treatment, however, was not s»c« cessful. On Saturday, ttic 21st October. he raid that her life was in thinner-thai there was wry little hope for tier. For citfht days and nlyhls she had hern jmutrated by Cough, I'aln and Fever. and was Ivintf like n sIMtie, unconscious. At this Mage I was persuaded hy a friend to oblaln HEARNE'S Uronchltli Cure, Willi its auxiliary medicine for the Fc\ andCoiiHistlonoJ the t,units, as directed In the Catalogue of Medicines which ac companies each liottlc. I gave the medi cine as directed, and there was an im* provement from the first dose. The improvement continued steadily. In a week sho was perfcctlyfreo from the Pneumonia, Congestio...

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

LINSiiKD COMl'OUND-Tlio Stock. |iorl Jtemeily fur Ouii|jiis and Col,la, of 0 j<mr« proven clilouey, j-OA^UUmi - KI.INX ~ TENABI "W:~f-einenta for breakage*. hum. olurlngimrjlflsij) e(jj;

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FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

FOOTBALL NOTES. A committee meeting of tho Nagambio Football Club was hold at Cohen's Ilotc! on Wednesday evening. Tho financial statomont to riuto, as read by Mr W. R. Bourko showed th.it rccoipts woro £51 3/4, and expenditure JMO 1G/4, leaving a credit balauco of -I'lO 7/. This wan considered most satisfactory. An amount of £3 10/ was recoivod from Mrs Caelli for tho sale o( member's tickots, and a hcurty voto of thanks was accorded that lady for her untiring oftorts on behalf ofthoolub. Mr Bourko said the A.N.A. woro arrang ing a Wafctlo Day cclebratiou, and it had been proposed that a match be played bo tween the Nagambio Seniors and a pickcd Junior team. It wss dccided that the Seniors pluy tho Juniors, as asked, provided the latter arc willing, and the secretaries aud Mr Swan wick woro deputod to mako arrangements on behalf of the Seniors. . In regard, to the chargo for tho grouud for 'matches it was resolved that tho olub pay at tho rate of 103 per match for this season and l...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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The Magambie Times FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

$ltf fpgnmbif ©iiuc.ij FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1914. Local and General. Wo talco tho following from Mia "Mouth Mirror" concerning Dr. l'i. 1<\ Greenwood, brother of Mr J. J'1. Greenwood, of Nngtun bio"Dr. 15. Frcoman Grconwood, D.D.Sc., is woll known to students of llio A.O.D. Ho | 1ms takon a great interest t:i tho students I over siuec his appointment to the honorary stuff of clinical demonstrators, Dr. Green wood \3 tho only ' sino culliculo' dentist who hns received this dcgrco lip to tho pro sont time. His passing of tho examination nl that time in cloven subjects nl 0110 Bitting shows that lio has always boon a diligent scholar, and he has lately shown further ovideneo of that in attaining to the highest possible degree obtainable in Aub tralia. Dr, Greenwood baa boon intorostcd in X-ray work and calnpliuresis for quito a long time, and ho has over been roady to give practical demonstrations to tho Btu dents at his rooms. This year tho subject of Materia Mcdica has boon tr...

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CONSTITUTION AND RULES. The following are the rules:— [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

CONSTITUTION AND RULES. The following aro tho rules:— 1.—The name of the Club shall bo "The nagamme Pox and iiusu terrier Coursing Club. 2.—The Club shall bo managed by a Presi dent, two vico-prcsidents, sccrctary, treasurer and a committeo. Ordinary members of committee shall censo to hold oflico on becoming un- | financial or being absent from moro than two consecutive mcotiugs of com mittee. Casual vacancies shall be filled by tho Committee. At all meetings five shall form a quorum. Tho chairman shall have a casting as well as an ordinary vote. 3.—Tho annual meeting shall be held at a placo aud timo to be namod by the President. Acoounts and Balance-sheet for tho past year shall be audited and submitted to tho annual meetings of tho Club, and tho election of officers and committeo tako place thou. 4.—Committeo mooting shall bo licld when ever in tho opinion of tho President or Sccrctary it may bo. desirablo in tho interests of tho Club. 6.—Tho Secretary and Treasurer shall keop a...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

Here and There. Mr Thomas Wise a large mill owner in the Rivorina, r>t the in vitation o£ the Berrigon A. and H. Society, addressed a meeting of the farmers on Bulk Handling of Grain. Ho has seen the system at work in America, and unhesitat ingly recommended the farmers to take the matter up earnestly and clamor loudly for its adoption in Australia. He estimated there would be a saving to the farmers of 3d per bushel uuder bulk hapdr Hng against the system poiy ex? isting, besides saying in labor, He gave an outline of the methods employed in bulk handling, and caused surprise at Bomo of the facts he mentioned. The society is now taking the matter up, and an en deavor is . be made to interest bodies throughout the State. * * * The "Ovens and Murray Adver tiser' publishes a leading artiole on the Country Roada Board, in whioh it says;—"The Board has producod a report and map of the North-East, on whioh are deline ated the tliroughfares they deaignr ato as main and developmental ro...

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Terrier Coursing Club. OPENING DAY FIXED. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

Terrier Coursing Club. OPENING DAY FIXED. A mooting of those interested in tho Torricr Coursing Club was hold at Mason's Hotel on Friday ovoning. The secretary reported that ho had | written to tho Minister of Lauds for per mission to keep Uvo taUWta {<n* coursing, and had received a reply giving permission to hold ft mooting, pending tho issuo of a pormit. Tho secretary of tho NVorrihoc chih wrolo forwarding a copy of the rules of that club, and iv hourly voto of thanks wits accorded this gentlemen for tho trouble ho had gono to in copying samo out. i Correspondence was alno r»nd from in- i tending nominators asking for dates of meetings, and information regarding .same. ( Tho rules, as submitted by tho secretary ■ of tho Werribco club, wcro adopted aftor a few alterations. The date for holding the opening cour sing fixture was fixed for Wednosday, July '2:2nd, and tho secretary was instructed to have bills printed and circulated around tho district. Tho date ehoson was ...

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Close Season. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

Close Season. Quail o£ all kinda, from int of August till luth day of February fol lowing, boili days inclusive Black tiah from 1st September U 3lat December, both daiea inclusive,' Engli«h trout, from 1st May to 31at August, ^ , Note—Aay peruon linking with * net or fixed engine, lit' any river,- • creek, oc (stream, or within buch distance eiom the . mouth thereof, as may be proclaimed by the Uovemor iu-Council, uhiill be liable to a pcunlty of not leas than £2, or. more limn £20 Murray bream, Murray cod und , Murray peroh,/.from 1st' October to 30th November each yoar, both I dates inclusive | Penalty.—Any piTBon t iking, aull^ iug, or exposing for sale daring c.'otfc tieauoii for any apeciea of fish, any li&h of eucb species, ahull be liable to i» penalty not exceeding £20 . Weights.—Black tisjb, 4 oa* ;jureum, o oztij cattish,] 4 Qis', Murray cod, !.IJ lbs-; Murray perch, 8 ozs j uout oi ail kinds not. to be uuder 6 oza. Any person takiug, ;selling, or expoiing foe wale...

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

TABXLK HOTEL, Corner STATION & HIGH-Slrcct s, NRGMBIE. j. M.'i.virosai (Late of Kyabr.un. BEGS lo Notiiy the Public (if N'aganibic mid district that lie lias taken over tlic above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and trusts by strict attention to business to mcjrit a fair oliarc o( patronage. ... . Good Accommoiiati •n Good Stauung MoDeiiate Tbkms Attuntivk Ghoom Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel MASON (Lato Mr A Lever) Wishes-to announce to Hie residents of Nagambie and District . that lie lias taken over llio business of the afinvo well known Hotel, and intends to Cater for patrons by supplying the best in everything. Pleasure Boats always availablo. Oood Stabling and Groom. Victoria Ale' 'bk,^' The \hlley Hotel, pmGHCOBIE. UNDliU NEW MANACKMENT. is. c. Pianeiii. tl.ATti Ot'- WAHItlNG ) OAVING taken posseisi..Ji <<f XI ; above Hotel, informs Ikr friend-'and . the public gcucralty lhat eviry erdciv^r , ,L wilt be made to make them cniforlabU / iv...

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

DOS'T THOU LOVE LIFE ? Then do not squander TIME, for that is the stuff life is made of. —Franklin. Is "Tea liovers' Tea" (gj)o(^)o(gj)o(g3)o Is the most Refreshing' Beverage, and is Free from Adulteration ! THIS MAKES LIFE WORTH LIVING. A, E. GADD, NAGAMBIE STORES. 5 "50 5 Winter Clearing 5 I — Cash Sale — | — AT' D. BROWN'S | . 5 NAGAMBIE. ^ Bargain Season Commences J) « THURSDAY NEXT * | 16th. July, And continues for Three Weeks. BARGAINS In all Depatments ! See the Sale Bills, and see the Goods for Yourselves ! i i Having decided to continue our —SA.JLE-— For another week, we would draw your attention particularly to a few lines that must be cleared during Stocktaking, in order to make room for the coming Season's Goods. Children's Tweed and Serge Coats from 5s 6d Children's Knitted Coats" "[and Hoods, Nary & Grey, at 5s 6d (Small Sizes) Ladies' Sports Coats, Brown and Saxe, at 19s 6d, were 27*8 6d Girls' Cravenette Rain Coats, 13/0 Reversible Blousing* Material at 9id y...

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

TJn&or How Management. I Jsr-A.C3-^.avt:Bxa±i. "E>. QI£US to announce having taken over the lease of the above wcll-kmnvii Hostelry, and trusts, by strict attention to business, combined with civility, to merit a Vntr share 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 Tfte Leading Family Hotel. nrntiirr™™ j'.. Mothep's Ffiend. 1 Podio Poiaado for tlio Head, | , Strikes Infesting Vermin ileiul 0 Otoo npplfcr.tion destroys rormin; kills T nits, henls sorop, cures ringworm, «ntl j makes tlio hair grow LliieU, strong And curly. Also for vermin on pigH, poultry, CAttlo uud horses. W. A. GORDON, Chemist, Nuyauiliic, soils Podic—1/, 21, 3/U, And packed with Nit Comb, Gd moro. (nv KOYAL WARRANT.) in£lS6'S Post Office Directory OK ALL VICTORIA, 1914 r|^HIS woll.known and nolable wml, JL which is now published, issold.nm circulated, not only throughout Victor...

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

LINSEED COMPOUND - For Couoha and Colds. Ituiieve* Asllnua ami dillicull breathing. "LAXETTES" J Aperient Chocolate Square*. Sxflt , -Effective—Delicious. Wise mothers will' discard nauuoui cailor eU, All' chemists and storekeepers; 1/- arid 2/6; or Bowen & Co., Swanston-st., Melbourne. Send for free stmple.

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Nagambie Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

Nagambie Golf Club. A team from Wahring, comprising eight gents and six ladies, accompanied by a large number of supporters, paid a visit to the Nagambie club's links on Wednesday afternoon, when a very pleasaqt, though one-sided game respited in a viotory for tho horqo club by 57 accs. The local players arc"showing great improvement in tnoir play this season^ and the visitors, who only started the now' popular game'last season, we?e in no way disappointed at the result. Afternoon tea, presided over by Mrs Baud, and Misses Derura, Miller and Foa* diok, was provided by tha local clubk and proved vory acceptable to players and visit* ors alike. Mr T. Derum (president), in calling for three oheers for tie visitors:■ said they were very pleased to have their old friends of the Wahring club with them once more, and trusted the good feeling between the two clubs would at all times bo maintained. They had the material (Or tho making of a strong club, and ho !clt sure they would giro a good...

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THE ASSOCIATION DRAW. Wednesday, 3rd June [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

THE ASSOCIATION DRAW. Wednesday, 3rd Juno. Murcbison visit Euroa Rusbwortb „ Nagambie Seymour ,, Avcncl Saturday, 13th June. Nagambic visit Murcbison Avcncl ,, Rusbwortb Euroa, „ Soy WW r Saturday, 'iOtb Juno, Euroa* visit Ruchwortb Avenel ,, Nagambie Seymour,, Murcbison Wednesday, l<t July. Murcbison'visit Avcncl Nagambie ,, Kutoa Rusbwortb ,r Seymour Wednesday Gtb July. s Rusbwortb visit Mureblu'on Saturday, 11th July. ■ Seymour vuit Nagambie Euroa Avenel Saturday, 18t)j July, j Kuroa visit Murcbison Nagainbio ,, Rusbwortb Avcuel ,, Seymour Saturday, 20tb July. Seymour visit Euroa Wednesday, 2'Jth July. Murcbison visit Nagambie Rusbwortb ,, Avenel *.Wednesday, 5tb August. - Rusbwortb visit Euroa] Nagambie ,, Avenel Murcbison ,, Seymour S/^Ufday, 15th August. Avenel visit Murcbisou Euroa ,, Nagambie * Seymour „ Rusbwortb Wednesday, 19th August, Murcbison visit RuBbworth Saturday, 22nd August. Nagambie visit Seymour Avenel ,, Euroa

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

News and Notes. To-day (Friday) tho Wahring Couraing Club will hold its oponing fixture. The ' card has filtod well, and the recont showcra I lmvo improved the ground, ho a good dny'« outing should result. On Wednesday owning, July '22, a hall will bo hold in tho Goulburn Weir Hall undue tho aur»picorj of the Wahring Golf Club, which is in need of funds to defray tho cost of improving-tho links. Tickets: for tho hall havo boon fixed at 5s, and good music will bo supplied by Mr Sulas and Miss (Jillhauks, (.liven a Huo night, a mimbor from Nagambie will prol>ably mako tho trip, and so assist tho Wahringelub and enjoy themselves at the same time. Tho next ordinary meeting of tho floul luun Shire Council bun been postponed till Tuesday, 21 *t July, on which dato a Ho vision Court will also bo held for tho pur poso of revising the ratepayers' roll. A notice appears elsewhere stating that the lists aro now «pcn for inspection. The usual monthly meeting of tho Na gambio Watorworka Trust...

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Tell-Tale Teeth. A SURE WAY OF ODENTIFYING CRIMINALS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

Tell-Tale Teeth. A SUH13 WAY OK IhttNTIFYlNa 0K1MIXA1.S. The case of the burglar who bus been identified In Paris hv I he murks of his teeth in some fn.it. hc hn,i bitten, unci left behind, led n Lon don. dentist to couiuiimI on tiic value of the teeth and Pi,|1>(e ,or purposes of idonUIU.it Ion. jt rc. calls, too, the researches 0f ' [)r Paul Prague, of Vienna, who more than five years ago declared that a long series of experiments demon, strated that the p„lut6 never chan ges from Childhood to old age, .and thnt identification by this means is even more certain than by means of finger-prints. "The gums nnd palate," said the dentist, "are an infallible test ol identity. No matter how u persor changes in facial expression and ir general appearance the gums ai,c palate remain u> „ssuro ,lim unC others that his identity is the sinne. The .sooner this fact is real ised the better. f„r one can «t„l( "o to its usefulness. Ifere i.1 a case that runic directlv undei my own notice. "A...

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Mascot. THIRTEEN A LUCKY NUMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

Mascot. THHITBEN A MICKY NI'MIIKH. Whilst, nmny people arc prepaid 'o regard the year t\MM as imo of ll-omen, the llgures have mo terror or lh\ Woodrow Wilson. the Putted States President. On tho :ontrury, lie regards the date an nun happy uniiMi from the fact that Ihe number thirteen has curiously— ind happily—been associated with lis omvr. This is how I ho numbrr l.'t has figured in IV. Wilson's lifo:—• Tlurloon letters In his nam*'. Thivtyears at I'rincoton when :hosou president of the university. Thirteen years us president of Princeton I'nivcrsity, 1'hiiiern is tl»o total of tin.' mime '..Is 1 t L\ the year of his nonii ♦January III was the date of the meeting of the Klectoral College. Thirteen is the number of the veal he usually drmva hi a Pullman car. Thirteen letters in the names of Mrs, Wilson—Kleanor Wilson. Thirteen letters in the names of his daughters—Jessie W. Wilson and ISIeanor Wilson. Thirteen applicant* for every of fice he has ut hla disposal. Thirteen turkeys re...

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