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Wattle Day Celebration, [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

Wattle Day Celebration, j The local branch of the Australian ! Natives' Association iatead to celebrate Wattle Day in a thorough manner this year. Wednesday, lQtb August, bas been . selected as a suitablo 'day to bold a demon- , stratiori, and it is proposed that all business people be asked to dccorato tbeir promises ' with tho national bloom, and that all shop- J keepers will givo a display of Australian* j made goods ia their windows. Trophies \ji\\ be given (or the best displays. Evety | person will be requested to wear a spray of > wattle blossom, and ladies will be appointed to sell tho bloom, I In the afternoon a fancy dress football matob will bo hold, when a seleotod team representing tho piok of the Junior Assooia-1 tion will play the Senior Nagambio Football ] team. At 6 o'clock a dinner will be ten dered to the visiting member of the Board | of Direotors, and in tho evening a concert: will be held in tho Hall. In addition to musical items addresses will bo given by a ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

Death Roll. MR J. PATTEN. It is with feelings of deep regret that \vc place on record the death of Mr Joseph Patten, of "Wattle Grove," Tabilk, which event oc curred on Monday last at his late residence, at the age of 79 years. Death was due to general break-up | of the system, and although he had been ailing for several weeks past, it was only in the last few days that deceased took to his bed, and by a peculiar coincidence he breathed his last 011 his birthday, after having attained 'a ripe old age and every year of his life may truth fully be said to have been full of usefulness. It will be remembered that a few years ago the late Mr and Mrs I'atteii celebrated their golden wedding, and the hope was expressed by the many friends of the popular couple that they would gain the distinction of celebrating their diamond wedding also. But this was not to be. About three years ago Mrs Patten passed away, and her death came as a severe blow to the life partner who had been her companion ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

For Bronchial Coughs, take . Woods' Groat Peppermint Cure, 1/6

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Boxing in State Schools. A correspondent writes as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

Boxing in State Schools. A correspondent writes as follows " The announoemont in our daily papers \ that boring is tq be iqtrqdnoed iQtq 'eft* , Qtato Qohoofe has already cauaod widespread : oritioism, and has so far boon denounced, and deprecated io some circles. Sinco its introduction has boon approved of by soma 1 of out leadiog legislators boxing will even- \ tuallyform part af our eduoational ourri* culum. A ourriculum already overflowing ' and one that provides sufficiently for the physical training of our school boys. Phy sical culturo ana military drill aro compul« sory uubjeota, and theao combined %ith other useful outdoor ' imaged iui should bo' Bunjcient for development and | health. . But apparently our educational programme is forever varying like our Paris - fashions, muoh perhaps to the discomfort of * most of our teaohen. Speakiog at a meet- { lag at Colao recently Mr Burs tort, in the , course of his remarks, pointed out that tho efforts of tho present day teachers ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Nagambie Tennis Club, [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

Nagambie Tennis Olub, The Nagatnbie Tennis Club's annual ball was held at the local Mechanics' Hall on Friday evening last, and it proved most successful. About eighty guests were present, including visitors from Seymour, Aveiiel, Melbourne and other neigh bouring towns, and dancing com menced at half-past eight. The hall was most tastefully decorated with | pink and scarlet flowers ami pink streamers. The light was softened by the electric lights being covered with pink Chinese lanterns, which beautifully harmonised with the de corations, giving a most pleasiug effect. The ladies were gowned in vcrv becoming dresses. Several of the debutantes' dresses were very pretty. Tlic dresses very much added to the pleasing spectacle wit nessed by the numbers of onlookers from tlic stage, not forgetting those who witnessed it through the doors and windows. The music was par excellence, being supplied by Jones and Rosenthal's band, who at the request of the secretaries played all Hie popular w...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

My aibter Jane bad oroup again,. Aud bo bad Doris, too j But mother's never anxious now Siuoe abe knowa what to do, gh£ (ho ((Wjurn up in b«d , • To make tbo treatment «qW ' Aud taps them right all through tha nltfbt , With Woods' Groat Peppermint Curf I: ■ LINSEED COMrOUND-For 0*Ughl aud Colds. Of proven efUeacy for cheat complaints. . LINSEED COMPOUND-Of 40 Mara proven uttleacy for Coughs, foldl, Bron. chilis, etc,

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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THE RECREATION GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

THE HEt'KBATIOX CJUOLNH. Victoria is lending the way in the progressive movement which pro vides recreation grounds .'or the voting of Melbourne, and Colling wood lias been chosen a.s the site. The area—about. acre--—is suili cient for the Mnall tvpo recreation ccntre. and though- it will not be fitted up with quite t!u> complete ness of an American institution, still all that is necessary to en courage sport ami exercise will be forthcoming. After the » American plan the ground wilt be divided into four sections. One small allotment, provided with wooden bricks. s.md-boxes, swings, wading-pool, shelter-shed is reserved for the use of small chil dren, while comfortable wooden ■ seats are provided for the mothers. There is also an open space which serves for marching, drilling, and group exercises. The remainder of the space is divided into two sections, one equipped with gym nastic appliances for the use of the girls, to be under the control of a play-leader ; the other \\n open ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

Woods' Ciroak Foppermlnt Ouro, For Coughs and Colili, uovor (alls, 1/6 UNSEED COMPOUND -01 40 voire' proven ofBc&oy. For Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, etc. .

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S INDUSTRIAL CONDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

\ AUSTRALIA'S INDUSTRiAL CONDITION. The Commonwealth staii ti i *"» i;iws vis an intoiv^tiiiK ^limps' i;u.» industrial conditions of th«* Ci m monwoalth. Ninety-siv per cent. of Australian factories and 97 per cent. of tho total employes have sent returns" showing tho various profits made and Willi's earned. Tin' figures nro Now South Walo-* employs 79,014 male- anil li I (■•male's ; Viototh. 6 1.52:1 uiul .'H.17S ; Queensland, 25,91 1. and <»,S99 ; South Australia, 19,78s. u-d 5.1 ."7; Tasmania, 6,527. ami I,:n»T. Tho average wage for employes in tho manufacturing industries in Aus tralia is IPs. il»l. per \\«vk for males, and 19s. Sit. for females. Tho highest Slate averages for labour poos first to Western Aus tralia ( 57s. 9d.)t then to N'tMV South Wales (51s. Id.), South Aus tralia (16s. 9d.), Quoenvlnnd (17s.), \ ictoria (-16s. 9d.), and Tasmania (l-1s. -Id.) For women tho average wi^o is also highest in Western Australia (22s. 5d.>, Xcw South Wales coined noxt (...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

Literary and Debating Society. The postponed meeting of the Literary and Debating Society was held on Monday evening last, the subject of discussion being " Is Profit-Sharing the Cure for labour Trouble?" Mr H. Parris affirmed, and Mr G. S. Cowan denied, and each leader was ably supported by their respective teams. The leader of the affirmative side defined the meaning of Profit-Sharing. He briefly reviewed the conditions flf labour for the past decade or so, and showed how industries were now controlled, by large companies, and personal interest in most cases at a minimum. He also explained the labour trouble as it exists, and stated that no fewer than 492 Wages Boards, and two or three Arbitra tion Courts are engaged in fixing wages and settling disputes. This method meant large expenditure, and was not altogether satisfactory. Strikes often occur, output is limited and the motto, is: " As much pay for as little work." The cure for labour trouble, Mr Parris said, was "Profit-Shari...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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CONSERVING OUR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

CONSERVING OUR FISH. . Though the ik'i'iui wealth which J looms at the \or.v doors hns only | jti.st I eon tupped, 'l i-s< ne\ erihelesa, j not loo early to ta\o means In conserve the laruv-s* which Nature lms so bountifully suppli **l. Owlntf to 1 he use which soun1 ti^honnen have made of the haul net, n lac^e <|iinntil\ of marketable and imma ture iish lms been ront'»\e-l from tho sou. and thereby been deitroy *■>*1. In a Mil;, n to this uhole.^ilo loss I i' lh t whi.lt UIM;1 would have rendered in.(,<hh\ I h«- ha*d«m»t has other dis.ibili. ios. \s it is drag ged alonpj the mm Ir.11, ii destroys the s ann in th,» s; awnimr grounds, sunt also diMubs the feeding KIO'.Ml 's tl-.f li ll. South Australia has v im-Iv recog nised tIn* future menace t«» the fish trade which ths> abu-o» moan, and a deputation has unite I upon the Minister of .Wri.-ulunv, asking for « modification of miiiio of the regu lations which control this branch of the lislertne...

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

A Master Baker SPEAKS OF THE WORTH OF 80 ill hit friends scarcely knew him and be went to the Melbourne Hospital, k friend reoomraended Clements Tonic, and that saved him This tetter has been recorded b«ciw< of ill great cnctlacu, aad the way (he writer, Mr. Holliday*. tiprcud him sufferings and recovery. It shows what Clements Toaie can do. Mr. Holliday writes Iron his btuioeu iddreii, 113 Madeline Street (Baker* Patent Pee! Factory), Caritoo, Melbourne, 19/5/11, CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "laa«klte tall yea vktOtatats Teak 414 for m. A year a«e I vu m ill frea M liver aad nn»«iaui. I Hi—I evwverk, aad a nil ti erdart. Te keep ciitaaan aapplkd1 varied day aadaiflt, vHk the racah I fat 10 Ui I ceald take ae part te the Mhii ascent aapervise. Te five u idea kv ill aid cki|«41 «ni, Mtia whe had att ma a* ftr Miljti weald pan aid Mt kaew at. I vu for live antli tike tiis, trad tally ftttlaf war*#. Cnd advica aidjwdkiatdid ae aeg—4. Ideddedte ga ta MalWtraa Hartal (• aaa what tWy c...

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

Wimm. ©afe, W. C. SULLIVAN BEGS to announce tliaf.. lie has taken over the Wine C;ife reiently orried on by Mrs j. Heauis, unci trusts l»y nli ictly attending to the icquiremcn's of patrons to ttici t( 'i share of public patronagv. ONI Y GOOD WINE WILL HIS FOUND ON THE SHELVES/ Good Accommodation'. Kjest-class Table Stabling nuri Attentive Yardsmat*.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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AUSTRALIAN HOSPITALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 10 July 1914

AVSTHA1.IAN HOSl'lTAI.lTV. ' Mr, Itcichcnbnch, who has jurt completed his record cycle rid', speaks enthusiastically of the coun try uiul people oi tbo Northern Ter ritory. In general terras he describes (ho country as being sandy and rocVy, but in imrts it is astonishingly fer tile, and the hospitality of the people unbounded. From one homestead to another the news of his coming was tele phoned, nnd invariably he found ten and n welcome awaiting -him. The telegraph line kept him in formed of the movements of every traveller, and tcamsetrs boiled their billy for him and always shared with him their best. Illiterates of British nationality to the number -of j;),3M were, accord ing to Dutch ollicia) statistics, in residence at 'Amsterdam in the year Mrs. Amanda Woollier, an eccen tric widow, who died at Lebanon, Pennsylvania, recently, left a cur ious testamentary provision. The body of her late husband, Orlando Woomer, according to a will left by the widow, is to be separated from he...

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BEAN MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

BEAN MILK. Tlii* problem of discovering a nub-*! r.titute for r.ulU, for yenre has I |lia.uil ih-.* J1'**''"!k'A nml ingenuity of j experimental chemists, has at last J he-Mi : olvrd. . As is so oft Hi the in scientific | knowledge, it is to (Ji'.Many that we | owe our gratitude tor thin economic j victory. A couple of years ago the lijnrslion \v:r; widely *i..-oiissrd, but 1 tli-.' ii iil.MiltiiM in lb'.* way appeared ' in^itr;..ou'it.ublo. ami t It * public re ! tho r,ii;.t«v in;i dream tha.: a possibility. fr; or two ehe b vw;:-, > .u*\ed their hopes by sternly, (i.ti. on: wo;-.;, with the re jsiilt tb it synthetic milk is now an iiiv.il'ia >! * com t.v.lit.y, actually on the r'-r^'ci. Th'r.nv milk i:;.;.iite i.t iis«t'nguiKh able i*; in'.l"? ; i.' smooth to (In pala'c, m l exo *15-nt cheese ami butter cat Ic r.-^de tnnn it.. Ah in c.vw's m-t'.i. *h? principal consti tuent is casein ; but in the artificial tltiiil this ccmnoditj is obtained from the soy;- bean. To the casei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

A MINER SAYS For Yean He Worked in IVzt Ground, Kidney 'Pains and. terrible {Backache. Clements Tonic Cured This letter was written (rem Tubbul station, Via Young, N.S/W., Aug., 15/11. Mr. Wiseman. the writer, strongly recommends *1) miner* to vie this medldne, because it is sucb a powerful nerve and blood purifier -that it counteract* the ill-effects ol underground confinement and bad air upon the «ystem. After reading this letter, get Clement* Tonic and keep healthy CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "Aaaaiatr for yaara I warkal l« wrtt uj mw ft ta tslliax «a •«, (tir 1 aaUar viti ajkiliajri U^Mcitttli a»JU as•! afpetKa. "Dacters ii Tawc toll m I M . kylatil*, ul mU a •MfittM aigkt k« BMiMf;. Their wiidM m m gaal. I raaalval agaiast it. Iwaut isal if I caqll ^Mt walk far, witkoat • spall. I trial iS aeikiMf, ill pQlf, my lit* kit ku i mjiwj »• w, util I tiM CUaaat* Teak. Tka fir*t iW mcimI kattlaa 1*4 pw aHact, bat Ike third I WMUfMinJ it tka great ekui< Ikt cum. I left aa well aa wl...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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HELPING THE BLIND. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

HELPING THE BUND. Tin- (JovornmcntR of the various Auroralian States \\ M o ccrtainlv workin? in the right .litvction v^n thoy. organised a medical in-MUVtion winch in un oil tho ivgumr attention of the eyes ami genotal health of school children. Tlii;* beneiioial pro tection might well ho (xtended fur ther, that those brave pioneers in Central Australia might share in tho aelp and mlvier which would amelio rate the hit, and improxe the health of many of our way-back settlors. It. is n melancholy 'act that many who have lived their lives in tropi cal and remote regions, end their days in total or partial blindness. There are no doubt difficulties in the way of rcarhing and attending to such dwellers ; but the work of de velopment which they are dolus makes any consideration and help which t^e city dwellers are able to oiler, a pi i'vil^o which should he h« artilv un- ! dertaken. j The number of blind people in the | British ICmpitv reaches a higher tig- | ure than the population of ...

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Railway Time-table. Passenger trains depart from the local railway station, daily, as follow:— [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

Hallway iiuie-table,! Passenger trains depart from the I local railway station, daily, as fol-' low:— I . . A.M l'.M j Up Traiu, Melbourne 8.39 7„io Down Traiu, Cobram 9.55 6.55

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

Attention, PIen sc. ^ ims j. jonnson DKSIKKS to nmiounco that sho bns : Opened ltnsiness in the pri'tnis-oa of Mrs M'Sweenoy. j Everything1 TJp-to-dato. Fresh Fruit ami Lollies. .Weill Pork Gcrui.m ami Hoof liftman Saveloy*. Hot Meat Pies, Hot Saveloys anil Cofl'oo every Saturday Night. Dinnors, Afternoon Tea, Hoard ami Lodging, use i f l'iano. Wesh Cake, I'astry, ami .Small (Joods twice a week, Light Uefresliinentji, with To* and Coffee for Unices at a week's notice. Fresh Crumpets ewry Satunlay. MRS J. H. JOHX.SOX, Iliijh St., Xa^ambio. School of Music. Xa^atnbie. Xoxt U. Elbbury's Cycle Depot. "\7"ACAXC1ES for a t'uw advanced Students, or beginners, who wish to learn Violin, Piano, staging. ijuick ad vancement guaranteed Pianos and Organs tuned and repaired. R. J. PECHOTSC1I, ltandmaster and Instructor. Victorian Producers' Co- i operative Co. Ltd. Registered OrncE : Wool Exchange Buildings,' 4-95 Collins Stkeet, , Melbourne. J.Williams | WISH ICS to notify (hat he has been ' app...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Rector.: Rev. G. W. Carler, R.D., Th.L. Sixth Sunday after Trinity [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

Church Services CHURCH OK ENGLAND. Rector: Rev. fl. W. Carler. R.D„ Tli.!,. Sixth Sunday after Trimly 7 p-iii -Evumong and Sermon PRK8HYTKMAN. Al 11 a.m. and 7 p.m . lruachar, Hot A. H. Tolhurst METHODIST Sunday School Annirersary Morning at 11—Mr jenkln Evening at 7-Ke» Upthorno HOMAN CATHOLIC MoniliiK.il ^ _Hcv. Kaiher Kavannuh

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