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

Initio Jack Horner sat sick In a coruor A coughing ami rutbiiiR bis eyes, Asliranny was waiting, watching him taking -A uoso fit to poison tho Hies. ''"URl't °l her own, far best loft nlono, Ti,„ m il lna(j?Jlcr.voungvictimonduro— uif ,? \nut?' nasty homo stud n there 6 \\ ooils' Peppermint Cure,

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A PLEA FOR TEACHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

A PLEA FOR TEACHERS. The «iay* wb>n- '.hv \•rv'^^vv ■ t^nchinc rvn,s iMitervd tho^e »hc h.-vi no particil it for anything *?W ' h.t f.-rt'j'.Mt'ly jiaw^i . «ud thv pro^st:'!? i* ,"> touting mor«' arduous an! exacting, and «l«o wom ^U'Ti-ic than for nurly. The hich^r •••hit/.it ion now r,ec«w\rt\ for th».' r»>*pitr«"l standard nf kumvleOw hs* v!s.-l the Tea* chcr's roil.»**» with tho rnhersity, QU.j J.v «.o tioiili; . 'm- un>.ill\ fl«x VBled th«» -t.in'ltni:—<inav>iia!l\ and «•*»;!.«Ih—••[' tli-' ! rc».Mi»-ilay ?choi>lmi»«t»;r. Alt h« »:'v;h unit t ♦•rs hn*e impro\«-d natural'. . th*' 1T<> . fe^ion \o'. i* ""t "»■•• < i unalloyed , Mi*s : and t h«» in*'r**r**-•» «-f nervous J di*ord«vP> a'!i<"i^ t>M'h"r> sp» aks elo- < qnenilv of tli-' strain «hhh i distant trwhinc invot\>v 'Vb<- raited State; have in*tijrat»»«! a |»r«*l**' -"h"1 i:i"ve ment 1 mr i»<luca- : tional teach-'r*. ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. THE SENATE CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

FEDERAL ELECTIONS, THE SENATE CONTEST Mr W. H. Ivdgar, one of the six liberal candidates standing for the Senate, addressed a small, bnt re presentative meeting at Nacsml™ oil Friday evening last. Mr Edgar is a spirited speaker, and was ac corded ait attentive hearing. Cr. Wrii. Wilson presided over the meeting in his tistial capablc manner, and introduced the candi date. Mr Kdgar, who happily intro duced himself to the audience and got on good terms, said that 16 names had been submitted for selec tion, and six had been chosen to contest the campaign against six Laborites. They should have a fair go, and the intelligence of the elec tors would decide the issue. The 3(i Senators represented six States, six for each, whatever the size and population of the State. The manner of voting for the six out of twelve names oil the ballot paper was ex plained. The people of Australia were under a threefold government. I'irst, their local governmeut, for which their mouey was paid in rates. Th...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

\ HAVING secured ;!io agency for the famous lhiic:%, Austin, Ct dillac and Napit-i C.irs I am prepared to book Oulers for ilie coming spring. Trial runs by appointment KOI? HIKE.— Tin latest 2ft IN I r.p Huick touring ear. ;:i any hour of the day or night. C.<1! in tor a tiial run in this line car. The latest Buick o nipU-tc, with •>scatei touting body, and all the latest improvements4 OlTo. Selling A rente for l'unl«p Motor Ttws. All sizes* kepi in stcck. REPAIRS.—I am pn?;»*r**l to rvpair »ny make of Car. All Duplicate parts at, Melbourne pticw. Petrol and Motor Oil stocked. 1 stock a.U Spotting K^juiskea •. Guns, Rifies, Cartridge*, Football*, < *o!f Ball*. Cycles. I am the builder of the tioulburn Cycle, from j£5? 10s to XlU U»d. Cycle repairs of all kinds at Melbourne prices AM Cycle accessories kept in stock. Agent for Triumph. Hover, Jap. and all the leading Motor Cyelw, Don't forget the address— R. ELSBURY, Moros AND C'YCtK Gak.iok, High street, Xaga...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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THE ECHUCA SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

Til 10 ECIIUCA SEAT. Mr D. Nagol, farmer, of Miopoll, for hcnlth reasons, having with drawn from tlio Echuca contest, Mr James 0. Gourley, of Shoppnr ton, Jma boon s(.'looted to do bnftlo for Labour, against Mr A. C. Palmer. The choice of tlio Politi cal Labor Council is in this caso n singularly happy 0110 (says the " Shepparton News." Mr Gourley, who has been a trusted employee of Messrs .J. I'urpliy mid Son for a number of years during his lifo timo lias boon an earnest and con sistent ndvocato of tlio cause of Labor. Ilia advocacy lias gono deeper than mero words, and his financial support, so far as his position wonld permit, has not been inconsidorable. Many will bo found to disagreo with his politics, but nil will admit that ho has boon a fair-minded and generous oppo nent, never " hitting below the belt/' and never being afraid t.o speak his mind. Apart from, his politics Mr Gourley has many warm personal friends among all classes of political and religions belief. It may bo...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POSTAL RATES AND RECULATION8 [Where the term "The Commonwealth" it used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

POSTAL RATES AND RECULATION8 £\Vhere the term "The Con?rfion wealth" it used in connection *ith the*<3 ratcg and regulations it includes I'apua. Lord Howe lsbni, and Norfolk Whnd.j LKlTKKS. lor dWivcry -.wthia the Conm.or, wealth 0 i For delivery \ji the British Em pire 0 1 For delivery in the No* Htbrdes Banks, and Tom* lt!ar.o» ..0 '2 For deliverv in ether plaevs .... 0 -1 LKTI Kit CARDS. For delivery within the Co:nrronw*Mth: Single, Id. each; replv, Id. <-.ich hail. For delivery in the British Knmire (see Jjit oi pJa<v* under "Letter* ')—Sin gle. Id. each. Fcr delivery trt Ne* fi.ondej. Hank?, an 3 Torres, Island? I'd. each. For delivery in other phect— Single, -id. each. POST CARDS. Single Po*:ord» iiv.pressfsj with the Id. stamp, and Reply or d:s;Mo card?, each halt of which ha* the Id. Jtair.p i^r.prcsie-d thereon, Tray he transmitted tc Place® within the Commonwealth, and L- those places-, enumerated under *?tert," to which letters may bo tra...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

tabxle: hotel, Corner STATION & HKillStrccis, NHGHMBIE. .1. jnvrosai ■ (Lite of Kyalir.iin. BUGS Id Notify tho Public o( Nagambic and district Hint lie ■ . .lias talccn over the above Hotel from Mr J.. Barry and trusts by strict attention t>i business to merit a fair share of patronage; Goon Accommodati <x Good Stabi.ing , MoDEHATE TliliMS . ATTIiJjriVK Ohoom , Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. L.MASON (Lato Mr A Level) Wishes to announce to the residents of Nagambic and District lliat lie lias taken over the business oi the above well known Hotel, and intends to cater for patrons by supplying the best iu everything. TRY A GLASS Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Gto.> Victoria Ale BEST IN Til MARKET. The tfilley Hotel, NRGnm'siE. . UNDEH/NIjW' MANAGEMENT. ms. i win (LATK OF WAHK1NG ) O JIVING taken possession i>f Ijic JTl above Hotel,informs lur frkiuNn*d the public generally llul every ci'deiT"^ I will be-, wade to make ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Close Season. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

Close Season. Quail of all kinds, front lit of August till 15th day of February fol lowing, to ill days inclusive Black fish from 1st, September U 31at December, both dates inclusive, English trout, from 1st May to 31st August; ■' Note—Any person lishiug with a net or fixed engine, in uuy river, creek, or stream,' or within audi distance °joui the iuouth thereof, as may be pruUHinad by the Uoveriior-' in-Council, shall be liable to a penalty of not U'88 than £2, or more than £20 ■■; Murray, bream, Murray god aud Murray parob, from lair October to, 30th November eaoh year, both dates iaoluaive Penalty .—Any person tikiny, aell_ ing, or exposing for Bale during clone season for aqy species of fish, nil v (ish of such species, shall be liablti' to u penalty not exceeding £20 Woighls.—Black lish, 1 una jjbreuni, 6 oza; cattish,] 1 ozu; Murray coj, 1J lbs; Murray perch, ti oza; t.'out ol all kiuda nol'to be under 8 ozs. . Any person takiug, selling, or expotiug for sale, or having posses...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

it'ltr |lngambic &imr: FRIDAY, JULY 2 i, I'JI t. | An* Omission".—In the report of the conceit held recently at Goul burn Weir we regret having omitted from the programme the lecturette given by Mr Raff on "Enoch Ardeti." The lecturette was a very fine one, and was much appreciated by all. ' Euchre Party and Dance. On Wednesday evening next a i euchre party and dance will be held in the Mechanics' hall in aid of the • Waliring Catholic School funds. • Tickets have been fixed at-2s 6d | each, and a first-rate evening's en- j joyment is promised to those who | attend. Miss P. Fosdick is in j charge of the secretarial arrange-' meuts and everything will be done ! to make the function as attractive as possible, and judging by the, success of former gatherings under i the same auspices there should be [ a bumper attendance. [ Foe Children's Hacking Cough at night, | Woods' Great Peppermint Care, 1/G j

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

NOT ONE SINGLE LINE Of cheap rubbish lias beeu pur chased for the purpose of making1 ! a Sale, etc., etc., but Ave 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 VALUE prices. fa tte W&d of M<mth R, E. GADD, nagTTob*s 50 Postmaster-General, Sydney, £) t° M. Gellbatjx, »$ ULLO!| Yonr'e late. Yes, I called in at I D. Brown's Sale j at NAGAMBIE. t Thai's the Place for Bargains ! (i D. BROWN'S XAGAMBTE. | I Cowan * Co. Are now showing a very choice lot of Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes Marked at very Reasonable Prices. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY Also a nice assortment of Ladies' and Children's Felt Slippers from 2s. lid. COWAN & CO. GENERAL PROVIDERS, High street, Nagambie. * j J (.limit Asters. S!ock>. P«?n>ics ...

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

1 For Chronic Cheat Complaints, Woods! Groat Poppermiut Curo, 1/0 Gregory's WAHHING STORES. ' All Plo wing1 Requisites on Hand. Plow Shares, all brands. Plow Reins. Rope. Plow Cliains Bluestone, Etc. . SUITS to Measure. Comu and Inspect our Now Pattern Books. All the Latest Styles Shown. Suits to Measure from 35s. Wahring Stores. Tony Orpwood, 99— Tailor, CDePceF and : ■ HW ' Gentlemen, Having* secured .New Patterns, I am prepared to do you a New Suit or Pair of Trousers at a Reasonable Price. Call at once and Inspect 11 *+*• v A. M. Orpwood,

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Husband and Wife at Law. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

Husband and Wife at Law. A dispute between husband and wife re garding tho ownership of an hotel was tho subject of an notion commenced in'tho First Civil Court before Sir Juatico Hood on Monday. » The ease was one 8in which Mary Gardner sought a true account of money received by defenaant, William John Gardner, of Echuca, her husband, in tho conduct of the Royal Mail Hotel, Nngambie; and tho payment of £300 alleged to have been received by defendant from the hotel business, and wrongfully appropri ated by him for his own uso. Sir Cussen (instructed, by Messrs Morrissy and Donne) appeared for plaintiff, and Mr Bryant, with Mr L. F. S. Robinson (in structed by Mr E, A. Atkyns, of Echuca) for defendant. Plaintiff's caso was that in February, 1003, she obtaiucd the transfer to herself of the lease of the Hoyal Mail Hotol,-Nagum bio, and remained in occupation until 24tli December, 1012. She paid £850 to tho vendor, £200 of which wa3 her own money, and £650 was borrowed by her husband f...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JUNIOR SEMI-FINAL. BAILIESTON V. NAGAMBIE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

JUNIOR SEMI-FINAL. BAILIESTON V. NA&AMBIB JUNIORS. These teams mot on Cobeu's gtound on Saturday in tho first semi-final. Bailies* ton -brought a strong team, whilst the Juniors wore also well represented. A good number ot supporters of both sides were present, including a good sprinkling of the fair box, who, judging from thoir frequont outbursts of exoitement, took a livoly inter est in tho gamo. The match was late in starting, and on the bounoo the Juniors, with the wind in thoir favor, went of! with a rush, and made things lively, but woro met by a stubborn resistance by tho maroons, who woro kept on the defonaivo throughout tho term. Shortly after play j a behind waa scored and Duggan had a shot for a goal, but hit tho post. After some good play on both sides G. Gammon from a mark had a try, but only a behind resulted. Sullivan was responsible for anothor immodiatoly after. From the kiok-ofl Bert. Gammon secured and hoiatod tho two flagi. Tbo Bailieaton boys were defend...

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LOCAL PLAYERS URGED TO TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

LOCAL PLAYERS URGED TO TRAIN. At a special meeting of the Na gambie Football Club on Wednes day evening steps were ..taken to urge the local players on to adopt a good system of training, with a view to improving their position on the premiership list. Mr Dibbens was appointed trainer and Mr D Gillespie coach, and now it only remains for the boys to make a special effort and attend to their training, and if they can be induced to go out regularly they must im prove. For the next couple of weeks training will take place on Fridays and Mondays, commencing from to-day. At the same meeting it was de cided to organise a benefit enter tainment for Mr A. Harrington, who, owing to injuries received on the football field, is unable to follow his employment. Further reference will be made to this next week.

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Nagambie Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

Nagambie Water Trust. Tho ndjqurncd meeting of tho Nagambio Water Triiflt was held on Tuesday, at 12 noon. Present: Com. Newnham (chair man), and Coma. Wilson, Derum, Gadd and Caclli. Correspondence was read from M'Lean & Co., Alliance Assurance Co., and Mr A, N. Hopkins in reference to Trust affairs. Com Dorum slated that he had suggested that the ordinary meeting bo adjourned to 12 noon that day, and he thought it would bo boneficirtl to tho Trust if it could be ar ranged to hold tho meetings at mid-day ioBtead of at night. ; All tho Commissioners present spoko in favor of tho aUoration, and Com Derum said ho had spokon to Com Gordon in refer ence to it. and ho also wns in favor of it. Com Gadd then gave notice that ho would move at tho next ordinary meeting ot the Trust that the timo of meeting be altered from 8 p.m. on the sccoud Monday in each month to 12.90 p.m. on tho second Monday in cnch month. Tho Treasurer's statement showing a credit balance of JE33/1G/2 was rcco...

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

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For CourIis ancl Colda novcr /ails, 1/G

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Goulburn Shire Council. TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

Goulburn Shire Council. TuRSDay, Jl'I.v 21, 1914. Tile adjourned meeting of the Goulburn Sliire Couiicil was held at the Shire Offices on Tuesday, when there were present Cr Keady (President), together with Crs Morrissy, Deane, Deruni, Wilson, Brodie and Nissen, The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and" confirmed, and the outward correspondence ap proved of. From Dunn & Son, offering iheir services as analysts.—Received. From Board of Health, asking that quarterly returns of analysis of samples of milk be forwarded.— Received. From Country Roads Board, stating that it is the intention of the Board to include the bridge over the Goulburn river at Murchison as part of the road to East Murchison, and to gazette Vickers' road as a main road from the Goulburn Valley road as far as the Nagambie railway station. The question of proclaim ing as main roads the other roads referred to will be taken into con sideration by the Board when in vestigating road conditions in the a...

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Literary and Debating Society. PRESIDENT'S NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

Literary and Debating Society. PRESIDENT'S NIGHT. Tho members of tho Nagambie Debating Society and /fiends osscmblodi.cU- asocial evening on Monday last, tho occasion being the President's Night, which took the form of impromptu speaking. Tho majority of tbo subjects were rather hard for tho gentle men to elaborate upon because of the pre eence of so many ladies, as a number of tho subjects placed in the hat to bo drawn very much concerned the latter. Wo are very much inclined to believe that some of the spoakors wero arguing against their convic tions on that account. As there were moro ladies presont than gentlemen, some of tho lattor ardently took tbo advice givon by Mr Pickwick in Pickwick Papers by siding with tho largest crowd—of course.this is only a moro spoculation of ours, and it is po6Siblo that wo may bo wrong. Mr Speed opened with a most important subject, " Should Golfors Cheat ?" and ho caused some amuse ment by giving an instance of cheating by his opponent ou Wednos...

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FOOTBALL NOTES. NAGAMBIE v. RUSHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

FOOTBALL NOTES. Nagambie v. Rushwohth. Nagambie visited Rushworth with a deplorably weak team on Saturday, and neither players nor supporters were surprised at the result. Rushworth have a poor team this season, and it was a treat for them to break their list of de feats, and start the second round with a win. A combination of unforseen circumstances prevented many Nagambie players from mak ing the trip, and only about nine or ten of the usual players faced the music—and the gravel. The fol lowing was the team:— A. M'Donnld H. M'Donnld Gillespie Butlor I)ibbcns J. Wilson Lodding Ponting •— Wilson M'Larty . J. Taylor Rodgera CnoIIi G. Richards W. Gcbbio Whito Duggan Wedmoro A. M'Donald bad charge of the team and made the best use of the men at his disposal, but the Rush worth lads were out for a win, and put up a determined fight. The game was a fairly even and well contested one right through, the red aud blacks having slightly the best of it. In the last quarter Nagambie made a gre...

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Terrier Coursing Club. FIRST MEETING. A DECIDED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 24 July 1914

Terrier Coursing Olub. FIRST MEETING. A DECIDED SUCCESS. Tbo initial meeting of the Nagnmbie ' Terrier Coursing Club was held in Mr H. I Cohen's paddock on Wednesday afternoon, i and tbo opinion was freely expressed that \ the opening fixture was a decided success, j n otw i that a ndi n Q tho fact that there was a strong counter attraction on tho Recreation I Ground in tho shape of a football match ' botweon Murchison and Avenel. The atten-; dance at tbo coursing meeting was good, and 1 as thero wore plenty of dogs coinpoting in | the different stakes, and tho officials of tho ; club kept tbo ovents going, thorc was' hardly a dull momont, and there appears to be every indication that this sport has come to stay, and will become very popular. Mr ) H. Cohen (president) and Mr J. M'Donaid , (secretary) had a busy day, and wore well ( assisted by M r W. Thompson, tho. secretary ! of tho Werribeo club, which is regarded as tho homo of terrier coursing. Mr Thomp sou's services woro great...

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