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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these0 rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Whcro tho tortu "Tho Common wealth" is used in connection with theso rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Hoivo lslani, and Norfolk Inland.] LKTTEKS. For every } ounce or fraction thereof. Foe delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery ill the British Em pire .. 0 1 For delivery in the Now Hebrides, Batiks, olid Torre* Islands .. U '2 For delivery in other places .... 0 Sty LETTISH CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth : Single, Id. each; reply, id. i.ach half. For delivery in the British Kmnire (seo list of places under "Letters )—Sin gle, Id. each. For uelivery in New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands—Single, I'd. each. For delivery in other places— Single, "id. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with the Id. stamp, and Hcpl.v or double card*, each half of which lias the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may ho transmitted to places within the Commonwealth, aud to those places, enumerated under "..otters," to which letter...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

®ltf times FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914. Local and General. On Wednesday evening the first ofa serjeg pf sprials under theaus pices of the Kagatnbfe Rowing Club was held iii the Mechanic ball, when about 20 couples tripped the light fantastic. Although there was not a very large attendance the financial part of the dance conies out on the right side of the ledger, through the agency of the club's Jady supporters in supplying au ftbundgtfcp gf tfie ','tiice things" that is usually looked 'forward fo at the interval. The night proved »n ideal outing, and all present enjoyed themselves to the full. The date of the next social will be published shortly. • Mr A. French notifies that he will visit Nagaubie 011 18th aud 20th July, aud Mr C. Meredith Hajl announces that he will be at Nagsmbie ' Jpfi 23nd July, 'Bothi may ^be consulted at the Valley On Sunday next the anniversary services in connection with the Sunday school will be held at the Wef&P4i?t Church There will be special siugfog...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

Pot Children's Waoking Cough at night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, I/O I LINSEED COMPOUND—Tho 8tuck. portKeniedy for Coughs »nit Colds. Of 0 yearn proven efflewy.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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The Address in Reply. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

The Address in Beply, Wo clip tho following irom "Hansard1* of Saturday, 4th, showing , Mr Gordon's remarks on tbo Address in Reply to the Governor's speech:— Mr Gordon—I will not detain tbo Bouse more than a few minutes, bnt there aro two or tbrco matters mentioned in the Gover nor's speech that I desire to refer to. I desiro to oxprcss my appreciation of tho Government's promise to bring forward an amendment of the Railway Lands Acquisi* tion'Act amongst other things, to do away with local rates on newly 'constructed rail; ways. I think that1 that i$ 4 measure will benefit a very largo number of producer!; throughout tbo State. In my duttpM very largo number of primary profluoers will bo greatly bonofitcd by tho abolition of local rates. I would liko to refer to one particular part of tho electorate where a railway was constructed last year. I had a letter from ono of tho settlers there on the 21st or 22nd of this month, asking whether I could say for certain that tho local rates ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

Tho chemist was wrappiug i\ botilu up q uiok, But tbo boy was as cuto as a rut, For ho crigd i-"I say, mister 1 you're just a bit slick Hp, you don't catch mo paying (or that! I know what I want J—I wits lold to boaurc To gob nono but Woods' Peppormiut Cure 1 It's boskor for colds ! our ' lodge doctor ''says We'll find it a blessing in various ways." Woods' Groat Pcppouuiut Curu, For Cougha aud Golds, uover fails, 1/6 | LINSEED COMPO UND-*Ot 4U yuara* proven efficacy. For (Jou^'hy, Colds, bronchitis, eto. LINSEED COMPOUND—Fov 'Uugbu and Colds. Of provuu ultiuiwy for chest complaints. Why force children to take castor oil when "LAXETTES" it* equally as effective and as pleasant as a chocolate creua. All chemists and storekeepers, 1 /. and 2/6, or Bowen Si Co., Swaaatoo-ab. Melb. Seod for free sampla "LAXETTES" Aperient Chocolate Squares. Effective as castor oil. Pleasant as a chocolate cream* AU chemists and. storekeepers, 1/- and |/6j o/ Bowen & Co.,,Swanston St., tyel bijmn...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Glencairn Golf Club. VISIT TO SEYMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

Glencairn Golf Club. VISIT TO SEYMOUR. On Saturday 14 inombors of tlio Otencnirn club visitod Soyinour. 'J'lio weatlior wan cold nnd showery, but, judging '>y tll,! ,mPl'y ul> tlmsinsm nnd indifforonco to bnd wentlior conditions displnyod by winners nnd losors, tbo gnmo of I games must possess nil t.lio absorb ing facinntion tlint is clnimud for it. Mr Hotham was proventod from coining with his tcmn through ill ness, nt which goneral regrot wns oxprcssod by momburs of both clubs. Glencairn is to bo con gratulated oil its new nicinbor, Mr ITandliold. llo was playiug first man nucl siiccccdcd in getting ono u|i on Mr Lomax after a closo tussle. Several good scores wore mode by tho ladies. Mrs Davics, cham pion of tho Oloncairn club, played a very lino game, her driving being remarkably good. In match play scores are uot necessary, and, thcroforo, aro not oflicially re corded, but judging by those an nounced, Homo good scores wero mode by visitors and members of tho homo team. Th...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

Football Association. A meeting of the Waranga-North-East Association was held at Cohan's Hotel on Monday evening, \vhon delegates represent ing the six clubs in the Association were present, together with the president and secrotary. Murchison-Euroa Protest, Mr Reeves (Euroa) said that as Hutchin son bad again tilled to attend hu was I willing that the protest be awarded to Mur i cbison. Ho, together with Mr O'Connor, I thanked delegates for the consideration 1 shown tho Euroa club. A motion awarding tho match to Mur ; chison was then carriod. SoymourEuroa Match, Mr Mulhail (Seymour) stated that he had received a letter from- tho Euroa Shire secretary Bhowing that Hcwish lived 12J miles from Euroa, and was therefore within tho radius. Tho Soymour delegates woro sorry they had put the Association to so much trouble, but they thought they had a good caso. Howcvor, it was shown thoy were wrong, ! The Euroa club were therefore awarded ; tho match. Tho Bradsliaw Caso. In regard to the A...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

Wedding Bells. BRADBURY—GUPPY. ^ yery pretty wedding was cele brated . at the Methodist Church, Nagambie, on the afternoon of Wednesday. 8th July, the contract lug parties being Miss-Mary Guppy, eldest daughter of Mrs Guppy, "Veronica," Nagambie, and Mr Thomas Bradbury, elder son of Mr ami Mrs T. Bradbury, also of Na gambie. Rev, W. Xdpthorne offici ated. The church was nicely de corated by .the ladies of the congre gation, and all the: avaitableseats were occupied well before the ap pointed time. The choir rendered "The Voice that Breathed o'er Kden," when the bridal party ar rived. Mrs Taylor presided at the organ and also played " The Red ding Tljebruje,wfoo was civen awav by' o'er brother, Mr Harry Guppy, was gowned in a handsome drew of white Oriental aatiu, bodice daintily trimmed, and with sleeves of Honiton lace. The draped skirt was caught up with pearl ornaments'and sprays oi orange blossom, and the long-train was finished with ; lover's knots and spray. She also wore a pr...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Concert at Goulburn Weir. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

I Concert at Goulburn Weir. I (Prom our'Weir Correspondent.) I A concert and lantern entertainment was I, hold in tho Weir Hal! nn Wednesday cvon iug, the 8th inst., and the attendance was I very .s.Uinfuctory, tho hull boing three parts | full, considering there was a number of i counter attractions. The funds were in aid of paying oft the new Chore!) llymnarics which huvo lately been introduced into tho church. To Mr Halt, our highly esteemed minister, <«f Knshworth, wo are > indebted for bringing over his lantern and I ulides, and tho warmest thanks of tho Hoard j of Management and congregation are here* I by tendered .specially to him for the valuable assistance he so willingly rendered, although At pcrtonnl inconvenience to himself, con sidering that lie was just recovering from a serious illness, and was confined to bed all the previous day. Th« proceedings opened with "Onward, Christian Soldiers,'' and the Lord's Prayer. Tho Hov F. C. Viokcrmau performed tho dut...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Close Season. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

Close Season. Quail of all. -kinds, from lat of' August till 15th day of February fol lowing, both days inclusive Black litsh from lat .September la 31ai December, both daica inclusive. English trout, from lat May to 31at August, Note—Any person fishing with a uet or lixed eugim:, in any river,' creek, or htruam, or within audi, distance \tom iho mouth thereof, u»' may be procluimid by tliu Governor iu-Couuci), ahull.bo liubh: to u penally of not U'uu than £2, or more than ■£20 Murray bream, Murray cod uud. •Murray percb, from lat October to 30th ^ovembur each year, both .tlafcea iueiuaivo Penalty.—Any person biking, aell# iiig, or uxpoaiug fur aulu during cloae season for uny speciea of liah, i^ny l'yb >of such Bpeeiea, ahull L<u liable to u 'penally not exceeding £:2Q Woiglua.—Black lUh, 1 o/.a fjbreaui, 5 oza; c\il/iab,j|-1 oza; Murray cud, l-Jj iba ; Murray perch, i> oas; uout ui atl'kinds not to be under i> oza. A'ny person^taking, Belling, or exposing fot «...

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

TABILK HOTEL, Comer STATION & HIGH.Streets, NKGHMBIE^ ,t. jiTX'rosii i (Late of Kyabrani. BKGff (o Notify the Public of lYagambic and district that lie - lias taken over (lie ,above Hotel from Mr S. Barry and" "• trusts by strict attention In business to merit a fair share of patronage. Good Accommodation Good StaiimnO MoDliHATIi Ti;i<MS AttI'.NTIVB 0KOO.M Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. :f:;v: L. MASON (Late Mr A Lever) Wishes to announce to the residents of Nagambie and District v,;. that lie has taken over tho business of the above well known llolel, anil intends to cater for patrons ■ - -■ by supplying the best in everything. Pleasure Bunts always available. Good Stabling and Groom. & Victoria Ale , ••ssa?" The \hlley Hotel, [SAcnm&iE. UNUIilt Nr;w MANAGEMENT. (LATE OK WAHRING ) HAVING taken possession ' #T , .above Hotel,informs her fuctidithd the public generally that every endflrr^c ...will be made to make them ,c»n>fuM...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

2sroftv8aoat Card I UE PA1TJSN -FAMILY return sin. * cero THANKS lo thoir many friends for floral tributes,, telegrams, and letters of condolence received during their rocent sad bereavement.

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

NOT ONE SINGLE LINE Of cheap rubbish lias been pur chased for the purpose of making' a Sale, etc., etc., but we are still making' general reductions all round before stocktaking', some lines of Boots and Shoes being' reduced to half-price. Ladies' Hats, Coats, &c., must be cleared. Overcoats, Men's and Boys' Suits, "Waterproofs, Rug's and Blankets, &c. all at a reduction on our BIG YALUE prices. the Mmd Qf A, E. GADD, NAGAMBIE STORES. ft so | Winter Clearing I Cash Sale- | c — AT — i ft D. BROWN'S j| Stores. j NAGAMBIE. Bargain Season Commences THURSDAY NEXT 16th July, And continues for Three Weeks. BARGAINS In all Departments ! See the Sale Bills, and see the Goods for Yourselves ! i~ Having decided to continue otir —IM1— 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 tlie coming Season's Goods. Children's Tweed and Serg'e Coats from 5s 6d ' Children's Knitted Coats' -[and...

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MARRIAGE BY PROXY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

MARK I AO E BY PROXY. A romance begun at The Hague, Holland, will result in u iiiurnngc there, though the hero will not Ik present, lie having matin arrange pjents to ho married by proxy. VYhon he sps n Uvd in Holland, Mr. W. I', Duinolln, qf I'atersou, New Jersey, fell in Jove witty Mlhj. Vttnde veer, and before ho left fo> America .several yeartj ui?u, ho ob tained a promise that »he wuul.d MPait until lie .should bend for her. fje djd .send for her, but tho girl'* mother preferred that yho ahould be married before bho loll Iter homo, Iaetead of going to Holland, Mr, Dumutln hay sent a ticket for his bride, and huf* deputed M. Hondrili Knieferl. to represent Klin at th« marriage. Alter the marriage AI. Kuiefgrt litis iiiHiructioiiH to place the bride on board the first fast fitoamabip Starting for America. Tody : ".Jr »;slo tells mo young Woody' |it.[«fd to her last night." •\ i»d \ : "1 dt n't think i know him. • l.-i li? ;\eH.oH.?'; To.';, : 'Ho certainly la. KUa ra fted him....

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

I — unseed COMPOUND- Of 40 years proven atticaoy for Coughs, 'Jolda. Bron. ehitia, eto. . . «~ COAGUL1NE - kiilNX -TtENASI tine—Cements for brei luges, m&UU ctnrlngiuiriHiiw, otci

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The Energy of the Earth. IF MAN COULD UTILISE THE POWER; HE WOULD DROP HIS PRESENT PETTY OCCUPATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

The Energy of tiie Earth. IK -\l \N I IO'I.M l/l'II.ISK 'I'll 10 rowKu; iiu wuri.ii i»itni> ins | IMIISNKNT 1'KITY OlTI I'A- , TIONS. (IIy CAUUKTT l\ SKUVISS.) Life is a constant search tov move J power, and progress depends upon tlu. amount of new power thai is bund. Look nt'lho Mt'mUon '• Wo boast of our proures-". lad what nn1 we <loi\Vo are burning coal. Unit is nlumt all ! We have found nut that wo van turn heat into me chanical energy. ami since there is not much else left to burn besides coal. wo burn that, and from it. at tin* expense of fright fill waste, wo develop stoatu and electricity, ami with thorn wo make onr engines go. MI'K 11 A XI (.'A I j KNKIUJV (>!•' NA HTUK is At.lil-*APY IMlOYIMKn KOK. If man wills to do it ho nut ha\c j lower practically unlimited. Hut he must use hi? brains to got it. "Kverv breath of air that u man lakes into )iis lungs contains, lock od up in its atoms, enough energy to drive all the workshops In the world." .hist sit dow...

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An Amusing Epistle. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

Ail Amusing Epistle. The following letter was read at the last meeting of the Waranga Shire Council, from Mr. 'i'hos. Cartnody, "Will Park," Mount Pleasant Creek, in reference to the dismissal of the engineer:—" To the chairman and members of Shire of Waranga Council.—I beg to inform you I am a ratepayer in the shire 50 .years. I do think Mr Jones is the best man that came to the shire. I saw 2 or 3 of his bridges and they are a credit to him. Wat matter if takB a little of the mountain due. He is no worse for that. Their was a great lawyer in Ireland. Be wasvnot worth a button when he'd be sober. When he'd have drink " taken he would win every case. Ho was bribed not to drink any strong stuff thu day of the trial. He promised ho would not. The day of the trial he got a loaf of bread. Ho soaked a pint of whisky into it and ate every bit of it. When the trial was half ways the lawyer that bribed hi» see he was/ going to loose tho case. He sung out to him, " you drank." No, " I ate it...

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

There's a Life-saving Power about BRONCHITIS CURE thai raises it ri^ht out of the ruck. Read this and Ijcflact: "Wlwnmy little «irl wa< three years okl s!il» contracted McjisIm, upon which surcivenetl Hronchitk. Pneumonia and Congestion of the Limits. SIumvm attended by « doctor of hltfh stand* Inrf. wlu>5c treatment. however, was not sue. ceysful. (in Salnulay. the 21st October, he jald that her lilc was In dantfer-that there was very little hope ft>T lu r. For eltfht days nnd i;l>!ht* 5he had 1<cm prostrated by Couch, I'aln and Pcver, and was lyini! Ill.e a statue. unconscious. At llilx stauo 1 was persuaded hya friend to obtain HEAKNE'S Rronchilh Cure, with Its auxiliary medicine (or the Fc> and Congestion ol tiu- l.tnut*. as directed In the Catalogue of Medicines which ac companies eachhottic. I tfave the incdl* cine as directed, and there was an 1m* movement from the first dose.' The Improvement continued steadily. In a week she was perfectly f...

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BAILIESTON V. NAGAMBIE JUNIORS [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

BA1USST0N V. NAGiMBIE JUNIORS The above match was played on the I Bailieston ground on Saturday last in good | football weather. There waa quite a crowd to witn<M> the match, and aa. there have ' been a lot ot disappointments lately in ' matches being forfeited the spectators wf re I very keen! and great onthusiasffl was shown thiouglxmt the matfh. Nagamku* aimed I \Vithoo* the seiyfow o| three of their best ' pWor»i and Bailieston were also some pro I mlnent players short. O. Jones was, how ; over, prevailed upon to strip, and showed all ' his old-time clsverooss in getting goals, ' kioking three, and undoubtedly winning the I match (or his side. The match was well contested, and exoepting.for the first quartet when Bailieston established a strong lead, the play was very even. tfMamhlo showed i superiority in pawing and handball, while 1 IWlieston prevulad in the air (Birnoy taking 'some splendid marks). . Umpiro Wilson penalised Bailiseton to a much greater ex tent t...

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THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

THE JUNIOBB. Tlio flret semi-final will be played on Cohen's ground on Saturday, between the Nagambie Juniors and Bailietton. The former, as minor premiers, ^vo tfee rigfcf 1 to challenge.

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