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Correspondence. [We do not necessarily identify carselves with opinions expressed by Corespondents.] AN APPEAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

Correspondence. [We do not necessarily identify eyrselvi a will) opinions expressed Uy Co» respon dents.] AN APPEAL, __ TO TUB EDITOH OF THE TIMES. Sill-Yon would do mc a favor if you will publish tho enclosed letter in the Times, as.tho state of my health prevonts mo from getting- about. I would feel grateful to those willing to aid tho movement if thoy will forward ou theirs {subscriptions to mo, so as I can forward name on, together with my q\yi\ mite to tho Central Committee ia Mel boumo. —Yours, etc.. • M. 0*DWYER. Erin," ' Tabilk4i2T/l/1914. (Copy oi Letter.) "Macaulay Road, | North Mclbourno, Jan. 22/14,; DEAR SIB,—As you aro awaro fvdelogato (Dr. N. M, O'Donuoll) has now boon select ed by » repreBontativo meeting of Irish So ciotios and of (bo Irish publio generally, at tho Cathedral Hall, i4th January* 1&14, to ropreaeut Victoria at the forthcoming cole brations in Dublin to inaugorato tbo open ing of tt\o Uriah Parliament, A fund has , opened to enable tho Dologate...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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POSTAL RATES AND RECULATIONS [?] [?] [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

Gregory's "WAEEING STORES. SUMMER GOODS Ladies', Gents', and Children's. Inspection Cordially Invited. Wahring Stores. The Approach of the Hot Weather. I (SECURE an Electric Iron on tli latest and most up-to-date lines. Once use'd, no other iron entertained. Makes work in the Laundry, a pleasure, instead of a burden Also, an Electric- Hot Water Kettle. A great saving both in beat and fuel. Electric Fans to keep you cool. Erected at Melbourne Prices. Fancy Shades, Lamps, and all Electrical appliances on hand. stock to choose from. Inspection invited. A largo AO. A oli |nv Electrics' and Mechanical . \T. ZX Oil It? J' 9 Engineer,. All Classes of Electrical Work Executed. •aiqnTBSBji ^(HiLiiiLTiLilO <SXMSIO ^iaaXlVH 'SOUyX 3HX •gQOMJaO AMOX ;:- J ••18', •m■ At ■■ _ sjasnojx jo l|B<j[_AV9M v Pu1? l!n9 3®S~ V Buianoas /^q n0TD mafj aqi

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A WORD OF CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, FEB. 30, 1914, Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

"S'hf FRIDAY,. FEB. 30, 1011, Local and General. RESIGNATION.*—Mr J. Gordon, M.L.A., wlko for tho past 21 years 1ms bocn a metnbor of tho Board of Management of tho Moo roopna Hospital lias found it necessary, on account of Parliamentary duties ami want of time to attend meetings, to scud in his resignation. During his longthy torm of ofliec in conncction with this institution j Mr Gordon Huh tilled tho presidential chair, j and on two occasions was oloctcd vico-presi dent. Ho has always displayed an uctivo interest in the welfare of the institution, both financially and otherwise, and upon rccoipt of his resignation tho eotnmitteo unanimously resolved to ask Mr Gordon to withdraw his resignation, pointing out that the committco had granted him six* months' leave of absence, in order to reliovo him of the necessity of attending mcotings, with a request that ho would agreo to .still retain his position, as ho could do much for tho institution in hia official capacity, oven if he coul...

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BAILIESTON v. MURCHISON. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

BA1LIEST0N v. MUHCIHSON. I The Murchison t'.'ain made tlic trip to lt:ii]icsi<ui for tho return match last Satnr ; day. The visitors won; only ablo to muster i ten men, bill, as everybody knows, where | Harry J);iy is iu a team, that team is sure ' to fulfil its engagement. They started well : and had I t on tho book when the first | wielcet fell, but tho remaining batsmen did not do much, and the total only amounted to 7l>, Dwyer 30, Kearney IB, and Heazel* i wood 12 doing best. | Tho Bailieston batsmen found it an easy { tank to to]) tho scorc, and when tho stumps j wero drawn had made 100 foe 'J wickets. Jones and Perry wero at their best for 78 ] and 01 respectively. A featuro of the innings was tho keen, sportsmanlike way the Murcliison lads fielded and bowled right up to timo, although tho game was won long before. Tho ladies as usual pro vided luncheon for tho players. Scores:— Murchison. Ifeazlewood, h II Ilipgcavc ... 12 T Dwyor, b M Pettifcr 30 G Kearney, c J...

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AUSTRALIA'S POPULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

AUSTRALIA'S POPULATION*. Tfce Commonwealth Stit.sucian na« aanded in a return census for Septem ber. 1913. In a period of over twe fears Australia's population baa beet aopneuted by 351,597. The la*t yen shove a disappointing decrease in the camber of immigrants who hare come U3 swell oar namberer This decline if attributed to the fact that trade, and ton*eqoently, working conditions is England have lately been more satis actory and so the Inducement to re gain in the old countrr is Terr mncl greater.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

"Wedding Bells. CAI-Iir.t,—RYAN. A wedding of more tlian ordinary interest was celebrated on tlie .list December 191,1 between Patrick A. Caliill, son of Mrs T. and the late Mr T. Cahill, of Waliring, and Katlierine Cecilia Ryan daughter of Mr and Mrs Denis Ryan, "Hills View," Tallarook. They were married at St I'raueis Roman Catho lic Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. Father Mangau. The bride, who was given away by her brother-in-law (Mr J I,ewis) looked excedingly charming in a gown of cream ivory satin, with gold tinselled l'oint-de-Aliucon lace overdress the bodice being ornament ed with the same rich, artistic lace. The skirt was gracefully draped and caught with a cluster of orange blossom ; a long court padded train underlined with lace, and finished with a true lover's knot of silk rope, and orange blossom 011 end of train and carried a bouquet of white agapauthus aud sweet peas and maiden hair fern aud asparagus, aud Wore the usual wreath and tulle veil. She was attended by he...

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Cricket Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

Cricket Notes, To-morrow (Saturday) Hie Nngainhie criekoters procced to Mooni. This will ho tho trip of the season, as the Mooru people aro famed for their hospitality to visiting [ tennis, and have specially invited Nagamhie ' to Kond a good crowd along, Tho wieket tvt Moom is an excellent one, no :v good day's outing may ho looked forward to. TJio local team will lie chowen from A., 1-i. and IT. M'Donald, D. Iirown, Tngleman, O'Donoghno, Kivicro, CiriHlthn, Dixon, Williams, Fothargill, La Ouier, liutler, I ("Uindry, Brensiug, i)uggan, Haines. Um- I piro: Mr C. Mnfioh. I

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NEW OIL STORES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

NEW OIL STORKS. I As a result of the rap.d n r.as* in tb« business of the British Imperial f Dil Coapany. thtpres'.nt presides at S«wstead, Queensland. cr.; ouUj in adequate. Consequently :a up-lodate Tetrol and kerosene etor;s a-.U cjrdi tiocing shed are to be erected trhich rill exemplify all tb* n*wc6t methods ot storing and safeguarding the oil igaiort temperature and fire. It la istlap&ted that the works will take line mocths to eosplite and ▼iii cor nany thousands of pounds.

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Snapshots. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

Snapshots. After a spell of sultry weather a very severe storm passed over the district on Sunday evening The lightning was very fierce, ami caused considerable trouble at the power house, as it kept con stantly cutting oil the current, and Mr tester had to stand oil the switchboard throughout the storm in order to keep the lighting of the streets and houses in order At the pumping station the lightning struck the brass work on the pump, and as Mr Fred Hill was in the act of lifting his little boy out of the jinker, the fluid danced along the nickel-plated rail 011 the front board of the vehicle. A bit too close to be pleasant At the Euroa races on Monday, the local mare, Ben's Daisy was just pipped in the Trial Stakes by half a head, thus depriving the genial Joe of a good win. The mare went out in the last race at 6 to 4 and won comfortably, beating a good field. At their stock sale oil Thursday next Messrs E. W. Hill and Co will offer for lease for a term that i well known Wahrin...

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Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

Bowls. Ou Monday Inst soino of our bowlers celobratod Foundation Day by making a . trip to Nuinurkah to indulgo in n friendly contest with ilto bowlors of tho northern town. Included in the party woro a num ber of colts who mado thoirdobut in a mutch I competition, and under tho captaincy of Mr | E. W. Hill, woro making a good showing , whon rain stopped operations at tho 12tli i end,.tho scores reading G,—11. In tho other ! nnk, howovor, Tho General and J. C. have ; certainly soma explanation to inakp to thoiv Bkippor, Ifr Lobb/ foe tlyric inconsistent performance. This rink also had to wind up ojt, the lltu end qwing to hoavy n\in !;ot tuig ill, which was'st blessing in disguiso, as tho scores at this period, read—2? jo I I I ! (Np, wo cpinnot do it). Ifqws ovor, with jokoing brushed aside, not withstanding that the. incleinenoy of tho weathor put bowls out of tho question) tho visitors roport having had a most on joyablo outing, and woro most kindly treated by tho members of tho ...

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A VALUABLE OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

... ft .VntUR&UZ OPMiOX. : VAi 2?.»Tir. v;: -i £:•» .'' r*&r 1J tv: Tt«j* ir 7»* Ti'.'jTJ. a li'.it •:--;ri'.^ is io .z'.'j'i y.' f :.r 2. ;5v*. :rt. " —* f * *.i - ;i;* -J a - •.mlia L» t-rcr-r:ic rati1.- t£i5 tit.** be ?ajj. "2 Vi?e r-: • ri/s-Jcw cf dc-rbt ii« Tsrriv.rj '-is U rrt^wsfsUy ;.j «*:•* a.? fir ts tlirrit* re.*?. -'-* ; iift :ov t~-? ^sasti-.c 1= ±?v it ; suds ; restate. ?*V.i:= - T-c.-li , its:.'-: i-reir.r=;i-. — ;r* tif! :it c.f pajal> Is :c*s* l-«ta!it:ts =rr:«7 i.i* s',". -:z a scale. brt z"j\ :z '.±* i: rect:*:: ri y-TQ~izz lb* yaTa;.?*r.?«T It* '"ST:;!? there ar? -jt'irr =-ur:*:? -ci in ti* Territory. ti .• i-p-irir; "? r.-f F*m*s«£i =i2.«rai -io cere th&5 asythi;:? '•:• »''• .c*ulea*s!. ted rre^&S; a 'ie rsastf fcr agricultural Th*:e ar» pcssibUititsi oi d»*e!crJ=«t ir the frcx.es nt-eat trade. The •rtabliibme-it of ■cortq at I>srwia -coxH e-s*hl.e;« to supply t£rt d-ecand trhith uris*.« 'n the K.*st- Jist at ?r*T?rt tie p?...

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Valedictory. REV. H. A. BUNTINE AND MRS. BUNTINE ENTERTAINED. SOCIAL AND PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

Valedictory. KICV. II. A. lil'NTlXK AND MUS. UL'N T1NK KNTKUTAINKD. SOCIAL AND I'UKSl'.N' IWTION'. On Kriday ovoimm l«sl the congregation of St Androw's Presbyterian Church, av soinbled lit tlio Presbyterian Sunday School Hull, tlio occasion bcin£ to say good-byo and to marl; their Depreciation of tlio sojourn in Nngainbio of Mr and Mrs Bun. tino prior to their donarturo for Dandciiony whoro tlio rev. gentleman has accepted a call at that important contro. Tho hall was crowded, and tho chair wan occupied by the Kov. F. C. Vickorman, Moderator of Uio Goulburn Valley Presbytery. Tho rov. elmirman, at the outsot, thank* cd them for tho honor they had conferreed upon him.iu appointing him to tho position of chairman. Ho was very sorry indeed that tho occasion had arose to say good-bye. Tbccir guest and ho (tho speaker) had first formed their friendship in their sohool days, and timo had by uo means caused their attachment for ono another to lessen, i as when ho camo io his district some...

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Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

Tennis Olub. Tho local Tenuis Club held their official opening on Monday when thcro was u largo attendance of members aud visitors. A mixed doubles tournament was played, but owing to a shortogo of lady players it was necessary forsomo of tho first beaten ladies to play twice iu tho first round to cnablo all tho gontloinen to compete. Tho weather conditions woro by no means conducive to good tenuis as early in tho afternoon a very heavy ahowor inundated tho court which, caused a delay of an hour in tho play, and prevented tho tournament being completed on Monday. Notwithstanding tho unkind nosH of tho olements everything pawed off moat happily, and tho afternoon tea so thoughtfully providod by the ladies was thoroughly onjoyod. Play was resumed on Wednesday afternoon when Mr Georgo Orpwood aud Miss Marion Baud won the tournament, beating Mr Speed aud Mrs Rico, G—12. Owing to tho loss of tiino through tho rain tho games wero reduced from 0 to 0. Scores:— First Round—Mr D. Brown and M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

GG T0 Miss Xfynch FOR HIGH-CC-ASS CCINFFA riO>'f-HV AND Fresh Fruit. AF''HflS'OON TEAS A <PKCULTV. I e Cream Made Daily Cj?' Ac,;"-'nrri",i2!:"-2 F^r B Cheviot Sawmills 3i. byrse & CO. C'UEVIOT. T-» FAkMEH-i AND OTHERS ABOUT TO BUILD. LARGE STOCKS of Hardwrod. Pre- £*'. Patmg* and Druppets i-rhcr I*. t-I '.-r unb'j- cdj cn hand. H » w -v • ptr 100 sup-er fctL G *\ fit fee Stables, H»rTi«, Ou-shct1* and ^lier jobs, ir m 6* per 103 «upi.r on rail Clteri »i nation. aibe "Bc,t B0"' for F.'UIT, confectionery. Asd ice CKEAM. kilg'our & Beattie Notice to Farmers HAVING »t»cie4 an up-to-da?* W«gh. I am tw* pr>par*"i to do all of •*i4ek cz «*. rvxtocuile rar«. I •a» aI|" prepared to bej Wfc«*i ia sujjt qata?::T, as<j fay cub fcr au=« u jooo aj »» t* jtt ot«t ^ I La»e be»»o L^cal B^prrtrntatire tcr J 0*/ii8;j i 5vu, tb« welJ.koowa Whe«t Bot«tc ar*i Ccrs-taek M-ercKinti. aa4 cao Cere web for c«xt a: raxe*. Also A^ed'for LHxoo Brc*_ • ba£ acd Prcdcce ...

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Longwood Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

Longwood Mems. . A meeting of tho Baco Club was hold in the Moobamcs' Institute on Saturday oven* ing, Sir Bryan Cummins occupying tho cbair. Tho chief business was the presen tation of tho financial statement in connec tion with the Boxing Day mooting, and tho annual balanco shoot of tho club. A oircu , !ar from tho Wangaratt-a Qlulr was read, in which "tho fonhatlon of1" ii' IJortb-qastern vepjng a oojifefooep jiq 1# ptijd about EJaater tij&o," Tho president tiud soorotary' wore deputed to represont tbo club at, tho con* forenoo. Tbo details aud particulars of tbo spooial train run from Sbepparton on Box-* ing Day. wore thon given, tho result boing considered by the mooting.to bu.Yo justified tho undertaking. Tho total receipts of tho Boxing inwmoeung amounuxi hi Xijui 111, tbo expenditure £180/13/, loaviiig a crodit to dak) of £25/14/7. Tbo general bolauco sheet showod a credit balanco oar; riod over from Inst }W q(.£78/10/1:,"which, with ihisiyeat's reotlpts'inado up a t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

Listen to Me! The last Consignment for the old .year, coming direct from *•• • '• *: J' ""Moravian" has •n'f-n < <n->, ;ui :nclndes 400 ..Day Hock-. Hi.-Irjjv "!m broidery, A large ami beautiful assort ment. NEW YEAH FAIR. UNCSUALLY ATTRACTIVE. Buy Your Goods EARLY, and get the Cream of the Continent's Creations from A. E. GADD, ""SS H ■ ' ; S Date of S t Summer Sale. I I THURSDAY, . | February 5th, 1914. £ | SEE CIRCULARS. | | • - - At - - * * D. BROWN'S $ f) ^ Beehive Sifte- Stores. .• / --«?-■• :£, ' tew? ■ (X . -;: 0; I - i Cowan & Co We have pleasure in annou cing to the residents of V Nagambie sod District tha — I OUR ANNUAL { SUMMER SALE | OF SEASONABLE GOODS, w ——W ill. Cuinruence. on—— .I'arsday, 29th Jan. And Contio'ae for Two Weeks. ./■vf? GENUINE ttEDOCTION.- in alliines of Milliiwj, (jenerai Drapery, Men's and Boy's Clothing, Boots and Shoes. COWAN & CO. GENERAL PROVIDERS, High street, Nagambie. i gjcljools usic ' \7 IOLI.V, SIKG...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 January 1914

TABXLK HOTEL, Comer STATION & HIGH-Strects, NHGHMBIE. J. Jg'tXTttSll (Lnle of Ky.ibram. BEGS lo Notily the Public of Nagambie and district tlint be lias taken over tlie above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and trusts by strict attention to business to merit a fair share of patronage. Good Accommodation Good Stabling Modiskath Ti;rms Attentivk Groom Best Brands of Wines and Spirits, Criterion Hotel. . A. LEVER : (Late Mrs Carroll) Wishes lo announce lo the residents of Nagambie and District " that lie lias taken over, tlio business of the abovo well known Hotel, and intend? to cater for patrons by supplying the best in everything. Pleasure Boats always availablo. G.iod Stabling and Groom. GLASS Victoria Ale MARKET.HE The Valley Hotel;; ISAGnmfiiE. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. Ilfro f! Dionpfli llllo. u. rldltolll. (LATE OF WAHRING) TT AVING (al<cn possession . of the in above Hotel, informs her friends and . (he public generally thai-, every endeavor will be made to make them com...

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