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Protect the Wattle. "Nagambie Native" writes— [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

Protect the Wattle. " Nagambie Native " writes — " While on a visit to Nagambie— my uative town—just recently, my fancy took me to visit the Islands and beauty spots of Nagambie. I procured a small boat, and with my gun set out to row across the lake through the scour into the river, the old spot where I used to fish, shoot and smoke for hours at a time, Curiosity got the better of me, so I landed on the Island to have a shot at a rabbit, but my luck was out, for they were hidden or asleep in their burrows. Feeling disappoin ted I sat down under a lovely big wattle, and to my surprise noticed that someone had been ring-barking all the wattles in close proximity. I remember last summer when those wattles were in bloom the crowds that used to row out to get the blossoms off those same trees. It is a pity not to find the Crown Lands Bailiff taking action. It is also.a pity if the wattle can be destroyed on Crown lands when all Austra lians are trying to protect their national flower." ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Terrier Coursing Club. OPENING DAY. NEXT WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

Terrier Coursing Club. OPENING DAY. NEXT WEDNESDAY. The recently formed Terrier Coursing Club will hold its open ing fixturo on Wednesday next, in Cohen's paddock, Vale street, and as- this is a popular sport in other parts of the State, thero is no reason why it should not catch on here, therefore a good attend ance may bo expected. The presi dent and secretary of tho club (Messrs II. Cohen and J. M'Don ald), togotlier with their com mittee, havo gone to considerable trouble in perfecting their arrange ments, and liopo to meet with the warm support of tho genoral pub lic in their efforts to introduce n clean anil legitimate sport. A number of local enthusiasts have procured dogs, and together with outside entries, it is expccted that there will bo good competition. Coursing will start at about 1.30, anil the following stakes are down for decision:— Fox Terrier Stakes, for an un limited number of fox terriers not exceeding 28 lbs., at 2s Od eacli, with .to os added. Collie Stakes, f...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Wahring Coursing Club. FIRST OUTING. OFFICIALS: President, Mr Phil. Cahill. Vice-Presidents, Messrs J. Carlyon, W. Ewart, J. Linchan, P. Heaphy and H. Cohen. Committee, Messrs T. Ryan, P. Deane, H. Gregory, A. Baxter, M. Ewart, T. Deane sen., T. Deane jun. Treasurer, Mr H. Gregory, Slipper, Mr Wm. Ewart. Judge, Mr J. Cloney. Slip Steward, Mr T. Deane, sen. Field Marshalls, Messrs P. Deane and T. Ryan. BERT. BAXTER, Hon. Sec. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

Wahring Coursing Club. FIRST OUTING. OFFICIALS : President, Mr Phil. Cabill. Vice-Presidents, Messrs J. Carlyou, W. 1 Kwart, J. Ijinclian, P. Hoaphy and H. I Cohen. Commiltco, Messrs T. Kya», P."Doane, II. Gregory, A. Baxter, M. Ewart, T. Dcano sen., T. Dcano jun. Treasurer, Mr H. Gregory, Slipper, Mr Win. Ewart. Judge, Mr J. Cloney. Slip Steward, Mr T, Dcanc, sen. Field Marshalls, Messrs P. Dcatic and T. Ryan. bert. Baxter, Hon. See. In spite of the bitterly cold weather on Friday last there was a good attendance at the initial gath ering of the Wahring Coursing Club, when a sixteen dog stake was decided. Messrs T. Morrissy, E. C. Hill, T. and P. Deane, and Baxter Bros, placed their paddocks at the disposal of the club, and hares being available promptly, thanks' to the good work of the beaters, which was in the hands of Messrs P. Deane and the President (P. Cahill), who were assisted by ao army of horsemen,- the different courses were run off without any unnecessary delay, and as ...

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

Nagambie GoJf Club. On Wednesday Inst on the links of tliri Niigambie Uolf C'lnb the first round of fonts' and ladies' championships wero played." 'Hie lirst round of Mrs Ilussoll's trophy for ladies was also played, over (I holes (sealed hnndicnps). A gents' handicap was also played, which Mr K. Orpwood won with a card of 101—20—8-t ; II. M'Doimld, 07—10—89 sccond. The follow ing aro tho loading scores for championships:— —Miss J. Forbes . . 118 Miss Bronsing . . 117 -It. M'Donald . 07 W. Forbca . 1)7 H, Forbes . IK) L. M'Phco . 09 F. Fosdick . 100 J. Fosdick . 101 T. Dorum . 10-1 Oil Wednesday next the second round will be played.

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NINE HUNDRED TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

NINE HUNDRED TO ARRIVE. The stcam?r 'M tknrini' is brining /lino hundred immigrants (or New South Wales and Victoria. Included in the party are 350 boys.

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NEXT SATURDAY'S WATCHES. SENIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

. NEXT SATVPPAX'B WATCHES. Seniobb. Nagambie visit RiuhwortU Euroa visit Harcbibon Aveael visit Seymour

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MEAT TRADE METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

MK.AT THAllK METHODS. Now that Australia's meat export i in*r trade promises to be such an im | portant industry here, it is necessary j that the latest methods of packing l and handling should be undertHtiod and utilised. To accomplish this end the Commonwealth Veterinary In spector (Mr. Cherry) will shortly pro* i cccd to America to investigate the j conditions of the miMt trade in that I country. A notorious thief, who was arrest ed at Philadelphia, was found to have devoted a jrreat part of his ill gotten sains (or the past three years to lh- nriintonnnre find education of two little orphan girls whom he bad adopted.

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FOOTBALL NOTES. NAGAMBIE v. SEYMOUR. A CLOSE GAME. SEYMOUR WIN BY TWO POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

FOOTBALL NOTES. NAGAMBIE v, SEYMOUR. A CLOSE GAME. SEYMOUR WIN I)Y TWO POINTS. On Saturday tho Nagambio team, accom panied by a fair number of supportors, j journeyed to Seymour. Tho day was any-1 thing biH pleasant, consequently tho outing ! was not as cnjnyablo as it might liavo been. Tho locals appear to have somo difficulty in keeping their team together this season, and when ono man is right, another seems to go wrong. A, M'I>onald, Harrington. i I). Linchan, and I). Cuneon wore absentees 1 on Saturday, and rouuv of t\w> vacant places had to l)n taken by juniors. Wo were pleased to sco Tom. Vickers in the field again, and ho was a big help to tho learn. ' Ingleman is atao playing on, and doing { woll, and when the ofiicmls of tho club do ! succeed in getting the best eighteen to gether, something should ho doing. IT. | i\nt\ 3>nmps. Hoi/mson worn .^on I to much more advantage on Saturday, and although the hoys got defeated ngain, there : ' should ho no causo for anxiet...

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

I AY. C. SULLIVAN IiEGS to announce that he has taken ) over Ihf Wine Catc recotilly carricd on by Mrs J. lk*;uns, and trusts bysttielly nUttuHnjj to the lequirejnpnts of patrons to merit i bhare of public patronage. ONI v GOOD WINK WILL BE FOUND ON THE SHELVES. Good Accommodation. Kihst.class Table Stabling and Attentive Yardsman.

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AUTHUR AND TRAVELLER. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

AUTHUR AND TRAVELLER. Mirv Gaunt, the well-known author who is a <1 uvjhtcr of the late Judge Gaunt, of Victoria, has undertaken a Journey through Chinese Turkestan, Tib-it, and the Gobi Desert. Tbn roost valuable pearls are per fectly round.

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

LINSEED COMPOUND - For OoiHis and Colds. ltulim-a AnUmm und diHivulL breathing. "LAXETTES" Aperient Chocolate Squares. Sift ; -Effcctive-Dclicious. Wise mothers will I discard nauseous castor oil. Ali i chemists and storekeepers, 1/- and 2/6; or Bowea & Co., Swanston-st., Melbourne. Send for free sample.

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THE ASSOCIATION DRAW. Wednesday, 3rd June. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 17 July 1914

THE ASSOCIATION DHAW. Wednesday, 3rd Juue. MurcbiBon visit fcuroa Rusbwortb Nagambic Seymour tl Avenel Saturday, ltftb June. Nagambic visit Murcbisou Avencl ,, Ruftbwo;th Kuroa ,, Seymour Saturday, 20tb June. Kuroa' visit Rusbwortb Avcncl ,, Nagambic Seymour ,, .Murcbisou Wednesday, l»t July. Murcbisou visit Avencl Nagambic ,, Kuroa Rusbwortb ,, Seymour Wednesday, 8th July. Rusbwortb visit Murcbisou Saturduy?*lltU July, Seymour visit Nagambio Kuroa ,, Avenel ♦ Saturday, 18tk?Ju!y, Kuroa visit Murcbisou Nagambic ,, Rusbwortb Aveuel ,, Seymour Saturday, liStb July. Seymour visit Euroa Wednesday, 29tb July. Murcbisou visit Nagambie Rusbwortb ,, Aveuel Weduesday, 5tb August. Rusbwortb visit tfuroa Nagambie ,, Avenel Murcbitou ,, SeymourJ Saturday, 1Mb August. Avenel visit Murcbiso't) Kuroa ,, Nagambie Seymour ,, Rusbwortb Wednesday, ldtb August. Murcbison visit Rusbwortb Saturday, 522ud August. Nagambie visit Seymour Avenel Euroa

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

There's a Life-saving Power about BRONCHITIS CURE that raises it right out of the ruck. fjpad this' and Reflect; - Ihre* year* old she contracted Measl*, upon Pneumonia and Congestion 6f the Luntf*. fng. \\h*i :he ?l*t October, he fzid ff'<( }.<* life was in iUngfr-thst there was very 1.11'e h^o if,t her. For eight days ar*3»;• ah!* >he JuJ be:n prostrated by Couah, Pain .'«nJ Ffvfr. and I•.jnrt I ke a statue. At th!< »'ag«.' I wi< persuaded f-v a frier.-I tn oht.vsi HEARNF.'S Broachitii Cu?f, with it? aux.-liarv medicine for the Fever anJCcoj** tior. oi thi? l„un£«. *s directed in the Catalogue 0} Medicines which ac cc-rcpinie* each lvo!t!e. I gave the medi cine as directed, and there wis an im provement from the firs; c!c<*. The Improvement continued steadily. To a week she * a* perfect'y free trom tht Pneumonia. Congestion, Cough. Pain and Fever, anJ wis well, except that was still weak. In a fortnight «he was quite recvne...

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JAPANESE PALMISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

| JAPANESE PALMISTRY. The Chinese and Japanese cull the thumb."the grejjt linger," and con nect it with one's ancestors. Our index finger is with them the "head or man-pointing finder," and has to do with the father. The middle or longest finger be longs to the .mother, while the next, or munoJess, finder is the pro* petty or sweethearts and wlvea (the Westerns have chosen this linger, I too, for the wearing of the wedding ring}. The little finger concerns our descendants and posterity. . Tho hall of the thumb, the cele brated "mount of Venus," accord ing to palmists tin* world over, from Lincolnshire gipsies to i»«r Bee seers, retains its qualities np? pertaining to pensuous, sensual, nnd mundane mutters with tho Ja panese hand-readers too. Iioth Jnpane.se and Chinese scr* vants, in signing nnd scaling agree* • inents with " their innsters, fre- ' (piently moisten their finger point with ink and press it on to the paper. As a means of identity or per- 1 sonal sign-manual, these lln...

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TENANT FOR 600 YEARS. MARVELLOUS INSTANOUS OF LONG-CONTINUED [?] [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

TENANT FOR 600 YEARS. MAKVKU.OrS INSTAN'-'I.S !• n>.M;-eovri.vn:t' ni;siw v K At the hist lli'vj-ion t\. = iri in North Cumberland it w;i* ;*r.i--.! t hit I :\ cottage fif t (-t'M T. r.i ';iMand had been in 1 fx- c«»r * i i«ci upation of OTIC f.tirul;.. U"V ' for o\ : ^ It v,u< pirtfi'T elKi'"": UT'- <■! thiscottaee had ).r".*T to c(» cut i"V • til 1 Surel> both ththit.c* "''i-' constitute an actual rf- <»r»1 -•? i): :r Urid in Kngh.j.d ' V.- C.— «• th'T similar 1'T-c l.-fMm •1 ?• * t n!it Sunnt ions of •. .iri amount us which nun wWl 5!; rho world Mare at a tin:'1 that is so prone to new ami chanuicu Iii-• and onviroi.merit. Sir I.»w r^nce (Joinm?. of the I.":; ilnn County Council, mentioned. at a meeting c»f the Folklore Society, thitt he knew a case where the kit chen fir«» was not only a perpetual one, in "?<> far as it had l-tvn kept alight for hundreds of years, hut that whenever food was rooked itt it, a small part of the f...

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THE TEMPERANCE PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

fTHE TEMPERANCE PRO BLEM. I rt r i« con j f-* .tfi* - I V ••(rnHa, iilMi ..•!•. V - ! It ■ -LrMis^I th.'.i d end if ih" 4,liii11n.•! jt>' • ■ • ♦ ' U. 'J'hf r.«l .nil • •J ;w» »ch! hen dra«5ti'e I reme<ly th*> irrtuMtic iij<. e k esstve drinAinc bv o\< '•« ii.: \\> two main i-rair » <•«; i f ht- »i e -• ! Vjc. j t, ,.mN. rat invr and »!• iii'-cip,.. 1 if"- urec.irin'i*. ,\u d. Mri'ous ' 'd n-ire«hment „»,« JerlM mj-iui- j ionshi;', Hns re o i th" hotel >."Ur, »);•'( <* lie . (■ '•it - •/id turn afloat.•}. U |t 1 dir ful re ^uits. fr, tN> • t • ir •'"-tT'i | Jinn {iti. s p., , . .•d «. nlnch I 'nitwit haw* b.-n lie i ucleus »f a s\si».jji ,,r . «11 e»tinc and 1 drinking. m'K»( ,u't. r Jfi f'ontirien t«? style. Inform iat« I. j,,., •> of the«e c ifi s .ut'^l .. a pen ' • "n 1UI»!M v ,-f |'l". ,V;,V ,,f ],.|.js. latum Jim! t.. I,- ,1,,,,,,. ,hc 'ir'ls,i' »f luriti tiiiiiL- nil n,UM\- ;,M.l .-losillL- .,11 VHM.lu c...

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Glencairn Golf Club. NAGAMAIE v. EUROA. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

Glencairn Golf Club. nagasi.ue v. euboa. A team of players irom Euroa journeyed I to Kagambie on Saturday last to play a. match against the Gleocairn dab. The | outing proved a most enjoyable one, as tbe j weather was ideal (or outdoor games. I Tbe links were in perfect order, and tbe ! reception accorded tbe visitors was a most | cordial one. The players were entertained j svt afteruoou tea by tbe ladies, and in the . evening they were the guests of Mr J. 1 Gordon, M.L.A., at tea at tbe Valley llotcl. i Euroa were niinns the services of several of their usual match players, and in conse quence met with sigual defeat in the match. Tbe scores were:— gents. 11. A. H.A; A. P. Parker . .. OOv Hotham 10 5 J. Rtdo .. OOv Forbes G 5 A. Palmer . .. OOv W. A. Gordou C 5 W . M'Gregor. .. OOvDavies 4 4 C. Rcdford • OOv Miller C fl S. C. Turner . .. 0 OvG. Cowan 5 5 P. Kiuncar . .. 8 5 v Willis 0 0 ladies. Miss Gardo ... Sq v Mrs Pavics ... Sq Mrs Gilbert ... OOv Miss Hayes ... i 1 Mrs A. Palme...

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A NOVEL SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

A NOVKI. SKAT. An inventor in San luego has developed a novel .seat for use in parks and pleasure resorts. Nor- I mully it is so tipped that it can-1 not l>o used, !>ut upon placing n coin in the slot tlx; seat may be: tipped hack into the usual position, maWng a comfortable and restful >cnrh. When* the occupant rises, iri in the s<*at it automatically swings I forward and locks in a nonusable I position. from which it can only1 bo moved by the insertion of an other coin.

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Nagambie Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

Nagambie Golf Club, i Oq Wednesday last on tho links of tbc Nagambie GoU L'lnb tho final rounds tor Indies' and gcut's championships vera held. F^r tho ladies' championship a trophy value* £1 1/- was presented by ono o! the club members. For tbc Ront'e championship Mr Cranp presented n trophy value two guiuoaa. Mrs Russtdl Mso presented a nice trophy ior 1 a ladies* handicap, which was played j for concurrently with championship, and was won by Miss P. FosdioW. In tbo j gent's handicap Mr \Y. Forbes and Mr. J. Fosdick tied. Afternoon tea, provided by tbe ladies, was very much appreciated by the players. Scores c— Ladies' handicap. (For Mrs Russell's Trophy). Gs. Hp. Ht. Miss 1). Fosdick Mrs Cohen Mies O'Dwyer... Miss J. Forbea... Miss Brcn&iog .. Miss M, Forbes MUs Morison ... Mrs ttourko MrsHusker 197 82 105 127 U 113 137 21 113 114 Scr 114 118 Sor 118 128 8 120 128 8 120 113 16 125 135 8 127 Miss Lailey, Miss Clarke, Misa P. Foa ujcfc, Miss Dcruui, cards uot handed iu. LAD...

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CHINESE INCUBATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

CHINESE INCUBATOH. In some parts of China an ex* j traordinary method of hatching I hens* and ducks' eppa is tis»c<l. 'Hit breeder roasts ft quantity of un-j husked rice, and when it is luke j warm spreads n IUn. layer it* a j wooden tub, and places about 1M0 eggs thereon: another layer of ricf is spread over the epjzs. Kaeh tul> hn.s six lasers of rice ami five; layers . of epps. so that there arc 500 epps in each tub. The rice is heated once, every twenty-iour hours, tKe epes beine taken out at such times. When the are apairi put in the rice the bottom layer is placed <m top. The chicks ami ducklings are produced in twenty tu thirty days.

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