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FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 31 July 1914

FOOTBALL NOTES. The second .semi-final in connec tion with the Junior Association was played 011 Cohen's ground 011 Saturday afternoon last, when Wall ring created a surprise by se curing the four points. Mitcliells town put their usual team in the field, and were confident of winning. Wahring, 011 the other hand, had their hest team for the seasou, awl although they had not previously won a match in either the first or second round, they nevertheless held high hopes of securing the privilege of playing off for the premiership. The services of a I.eague umpire had lieen secured for the match, and the first quarter was particularly willingamlbunipy, although very little scoring was done by either side, but in the fol lowing quarter Wahring piled 011 goal after goal, whilst their oppon ents hardly improved their position, and at half-time the former had a lead of 26 points. The third and fourth quarters were responsible for very even play and scoring, and when the final bell rang Wahr...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 31 July 1914

Wine Cafe. W. C. SULLIVAN > ; BUS to announce tli.it. lie has l;ifccn 1 * over the Wine C:t(e recently earned • »ti bv Mrs J. Mcaitis, and IrusJs l-y-hielly aiicinl.ii^ lu the •c»|iiirimcn'a uf patrutis to tticf it i bharc uf public patro;iugv. 0X1 V GOOD WINK WlLI. ItE FOUND ON TUB SHELVES. Go >D ACCoMMoDlTlOS. l'*IK5T'CLASSTABLE Stabling and Altcnltvc Yardsiran. THE ASSOCIATION DRAW. Wednesday, 3rd June. Murcbison visit Euroa Rushworth ,, Nngauibic Seymour ,, Avenol aturday, 13th Juuc. Xagambic visit Murcbison Avcncl ,, Huiibvvortb Kuroa Seymour Saturday, -JOlh June. Kuroa vit.it Rualnvortb Aveuel ,, Nugauibic Seymour ,, Murcbison . Wednesday, lt-t July. Murcbison visi t«A VL'Ild Nagatubio ,, Kuroa . Rushwortb ,, Seymour Wednesday, Bib July. Ruahwortli visit Murcbisou BaturJay,*lUh July. Seymour visit NagauibieJ Euroa ,, Avenol Saturday, 18thMuly." Kuroa visit Murcbiton Nagambic ,, Rnshworth Aveuel ,, Seymour* Saturday, '25th July.? Seymour visit Euroa Wednesday, '2'Jlb July...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Mr. Palmer at Nagambie. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 31 July 1914

Mr. Palmer at Nagambie, 3frA. 0. Palmer, the scJectcd liberal candidate for Echuca,' addressed a meeting of electors in tho Mechanics' Hall, Nagambie, on Tuesday evening. There was only a moderate attendance. Mr E, C, Hill occupied tho cbair. Mr Palmer said that the result of the last election had annihilated the Fisher Minis* try, and had given the Liberal Party a majority of ono in tho IIouso of Represen tatives. Strangely enough, however, tho electors had given tho Socialistic party a majority in tho Senato, and, as our system of government required that any mcasuro. .to become law must bo-endorsed by both Houses of tho Legislature, it was apparent that no useful legislation could be enactcd by that Parliament. Travelling through his clcctorato, he found that there was » great determination on tho part of the coun try people to vote more largely than over before. Another point that should cheer tho Liboral soul was that for the Senate election on this'occasion thoy were putting s...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 31 July 1914

" What's the gloaming, Undo Tom '}" "Woll. heforo a man Is married it is the lime he Talis over rucking hui'Hcs and biiilding-hluck.s nu the parlour flour. , .i;i71. There's a Life-saving Powet about BRONCHITIS CURE Pneumonia and Congestion ©f th* Lungs, iloclor of stand that raises it right out of the ruck. fjead this and Reflect: — "When my little girl *m thret yeart ©Id »he_contr«ted M"*1". upon tvhkh jupervened HronehlttJ She wa* attended by ; fnff, wherte treatment, howevi On SslutJ«y. the 21st October, he wid that her life was in daniter-that there *vai very little hope l*or eight days and nijjhU »he had been prostrated by Couflh, f'jln and Fever, and was l>in« like i statue. uncon»ciou«. At this ftatfe I was reminded by a friend to obtain HEARNE'S Broaebit Cure, with its auxiliary medicine /or th» Fc and Congestion of the !.un«, as directed In the Catalogue of Medicines which ac» companies each bottle. I cave the medl« cine as directed, and there was an Ic provement from t...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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CHINESE SHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 31 July 1914

CHINESE SHOPS. Ch'ien, ch'ien, ch'ien — money, money, money— is the re.il <'hinr.se god. At home or abroad. the Mon gols 'arc n race of shopkeepers. Uuyine, bartering. exchanging, and selling if. the order of their every day life. . Ch'ien is the one subject that : their hearts are full of. and rarely enough, among the common people, at least, does one rise above the sordid greed /or gold, or know a higher ambition than thai of money getting. They are not a rmv of miser*, Jbut of Inner:; and .sellers and gamblers. They gamble in trade, .tnd take chances on every imagin able thing.* 'Talk to the heathen of his soul ever so earnestly, you may not distract his mind from his one object in life, the pursuit of ch'ien. ] Looking at the long list of every- ' day proverbs, one would say that the ideal Chinese is born with a genius for trade. Jt is most laughable to read the various sign boards hanging in straight rows outside a vile, filthy opium den, ' passers-by are informed th...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Terrier Coursing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 31 July 1914

Terrier Coursing Olub. I ■ A well attended meeting of the above was held at Mason's Hotel i on Monday evening, and judging by" the interest that is being raani ; fested in the movement terrier coursing bids fair to become a popular pastime in Nagambie. It will also be a'means of helping to check the rabbit pest, and the fact that a district landholder is offering a bonus of 6d per pair on all rabbits caught on his property is au indica tion that the clyb is serving a useful purpose apart from its sporting! aspect, . ....... The secretary reported that the opening meeting had been a finan cial success. The gross takings apart from the sale of members' tickets, amounted to £ 1110s, which was considered highly satisfactory for the opening fixture,' and more than sufficient to meet all expenses, and after the whole of the latter had been met there remained a credit balance of .£3 lis. .Accounts as submitted to the j meeting were passed for payment, and the president and secretary were e...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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THE WOOL CLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 31 July 1914

THE WOOL CLIP. Wo havo received a copy of Dalgoty's Annual Wool Koviow for Australasia, which contains an oxhaustivo summary of every thing relating to tho past season's clip i\ml tho marketing of saino, Tho publication is in its sixteenth year of issuo, and deals , comprehensively not only with tho past clip, but also with many branches of tho I industry connected with wool. KKCOiM) PltOnUCTlON. I Tho number of shoop estimated to havo • been shorn was 109,fi92,2(M head, including 1 lambs, which produced 7.87 tt>s per head {including lambs) as against 7 lbs for tho previous season. A splendid'avorago mone tary return ot fls Id per heart was roaliscd, | tho total wealth produced by the flocks in I wool alono being I'Ol,959,1153. Tho oversea : exports of wool, plus quantity retained in j tho Commonwealth and New Zoaland for manufacturing purposes givo a total of 2,G5V2,260 haios, which makes tho clip slightly bigger than tho rccord ono of tho season 1911-12. I Monbtaky RirrunNS. | ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 31 July 1914

Woods' Great Peppermint Curo, For Coughs and Colds novor fails, 1/(3 UNSEED COMPOUND--Of « years' proven efficacy. For Couglia, Colds, Bronchitis, elo. LINSEED COMPOUND—Fur u«u«b« and Colds. Of proven effli'aoy for chest oouiplainta.

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Graytown Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 31 July 1914

Qraytown Jottings. ... Q.... Colds of a rather aevero nature have beon prevalent of lace, and as a- consequence the school attend ance has gone down considerably owing to a number of' children being too ill to attend. Whooping cough is reported to havo broken 1 out in Costeriield. , A number of friends and ad mirer! of Mr B. Governa recently gave him a send-off at the local hall prior to his trip to Italy. A number of complimentary speeches were made, ana the wish was ex pressed that he would bring back ten more men as. good as himself. The wish appears to be a moderate one. . J ■ The telephone line is to be ex tended to the Moormbool West post-office. It is also expected that a polling booth will bo estab lished at the same place for tho coming elections.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 31 July 1914

The Buulit isles of the summer sta, Gleamed gay iu the waters blue, But the heart of tho man was ill at aaso, And his faoo was of pallid hue. But his soul revived wnea a boat arrived With a cargo of life renower, Ho laughed like a boy1—ho wai full of joy , When he'd taken Woods'PeppermiutOur* COAGULINK — K1.1NX — TENASI TINli—Ceineui* for breakages manu« ctiiriiigpurpoaea, cto. UNSEED COMFOUND-Tlie Stui*. port Heiuttdy for Coughs aud Colda. 0» 0 years proven efficacy.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 31 July 1914

Local and General. We wish to draw our readers' special attention to tlio splendid programme (,,r tho patrons of tho concert to he lioltl in the Mechanics' Hall on Wattle Day evening, August l'Jtb. Four Melbourne artists have been specially encaged, including three singers. Thoy are Miss Ttcno Itidtlle—.vh , is singing at tlio Melbourne Town Hall on August 12th. Miss Riddle is an accom plished singer, and is a pupil of Madame Jansen. Mr Max Otto, the possessor of a splendid voice, who was recently singing ;it the Masonic Hall, Melbourne, has also been engaged, together with Mr R, llrown— another fine singor, and'^Ir Colin Cutler— a gifted elocutionist. In addition several local favorites will also render selections. The next Tennis Social will be held in the Mechanics' hall 011 Wednesday evening next. The secretary of the Nagambie Rowing Club wishes to acknow ledge with thanks the donation of ,C1 3s from Mrs Mason (Criterion Hotel) towards the new Streak Four. The next Rowing Chili ...

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"DEAD" SOLDIER STTS UP. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 31 July 1914

"IlKAH" Sni.lHKl: SITS IT. One of t,he men of the 1st Uo>al Soots Fusiliers, who reached South ampton recently from South Africa was Private M'Pcvet. who, though in the prime of Hie, has snow white hair. He hud a narrow escape from be ing buried alive in India. After ait attack of fever he was pronounced lo dear!, and was placed on a slab in the mortuary to await burial Tun hours later tiie sentry outside heard knocking from within. He oj>oncd the door and was startled to see M'l»ovet sitting up. The experience turned M'Hevet's hair white. The sentry was driven mad by the shock, and died.

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Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 31 July 1914

Literary and Debating _ Society. Tho subjcct debated on Monday evening was " Is compulsory Training Good for tbo Nation?" Sir A. Speed led tho afiirmativo and >vas supported by Miss Baxter, tbo Rev Lapthorno, and Messrs. Y. Walker and II. I'arris. Mr E. 0, HiU" led tho negative, being supported by Miss M. Duggan and Messrs G. Cowan, J. Gifford and H. Baxter. Mr Spoed said that it was necessary for tbo safety of every country to have defenco to protect themselves against external foes, and ho thought that tho best means of do* fence was by a system of compu'sory .mili tary training. Supposo a ship was wrccUd in mid ocean and tho crew and passeugen were marooned on an island, one of the first things they would think about would be a scheme of defenco in case of attack by some unknowu enemy. Tho Government ot a country has a perfect right to call upon all the available men to assist in the mattor of defcuce, and ho did not think it was any in fringement upon the liberty of tho citiz...

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"IN THK COILS OF A PYTHON." [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 31 July 1914

• IN THK COILS or A PYTHON." Actors for motion pi.Muro dramas nre called on to face deith in a\«*ul W«tmi in the purs-jit »»f their profes M«»n. In a drama onti'lod "In the ''oils cf a Python," Mr. S, Hain bridge. an American actor. ba«! a terrible experience. Mr. Hainbridu** was the villain. At the clo^e of a ; articularh wicked da> this char actor tried to elude justice on h«»rseback. A large python that had not l>ecn 'fed in a uo<?\ was raced and carried to the cent re of the road down which Mr. Jtainbridge was to ride. The cape was opened. anil tho p\thon slowly crawled to liberty. A few moments later tho act«r gal l«»|>o»I up, "did a fall from horse," a< the picture din*otors phrase it. and prostrated himself before the hungry snake. The python imme diately began to s«jue»*/o him. and the pain was so great that Mr. Itainhridge shouted for assistance. The snake was shot and killed, but it took fuur men half an hour to free the actor from the mils o...

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Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 31 July 1914

Methodist Church. 'Die local Mctliodist Cliurch was honored 011 Thursday last by nti official visit from Rev John Thomas, President of the Victorian and 'i'asmanian Methodist Conference, this being the highest office that the Conference can bestow upon any of its members. Notice of (lie pro posed visit was brief, and a hasty invitation was issued to as many as could be reached to be present at a reception which was held in the church on Thursday evening. Tlic response to the invitation was most I gratifying, quite a large gathering I resulting, composed not only of j members and adherents of the I Methodist Church, but also of the sister churches. The Rev W. T. f,apthorne occupied the chair, and in a brief address, which was ably supplemented by Mr W. T. Jenkin, extended a hearty welcome to the President, and expressed apprecia tion of his visit. The Rev A H. Tolhurst in an address indicative of an intimate knowledge of Methodism generally welcomed the President on behalf of the Pre...

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THE LATEST THING IN PINCENEZ. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 31 July 1914

THE LATEST THIN<» IN One of the latiM thine* In pincc nrr ccn.'-i.itfi '»/ n |»*•; ni>-C i'f tho [pi .|»!ilar ttio j i•! i'IC"[• iI'l'iiiL' s j t fi;«t (h'','.* an.' ! f i*> f t } \ 'I'/t.H hrtf'j" fit'ni tin* ulass. an! t!i«' v. «-a t ••!. fn >:n half a ih»/on i-par-1 cta-'-'s in hi* en1-*'. lan s'.'Ih t * * • t • • in nf iT-'akac" ami it t«» tln» ilip. liko Uu* spare i <<f .1 sa("t\ ra/or. It i1- tall'"! th«'spil t.• r Tli'' t* 1 ► 11"• *f"!i'»'a| \vhuh rjv^s. mi th<* l.f.-.i'-in • i>' t!.i- iMi I'f-'-.t.") pi-,-. -v. - ,.m> sue■ >ia* t'pis 'I t" th" ftvirvfiM-' }m>-V Inrt-M lim* ncaio. m.'iiuh a1- \»'l i»jiJ»»nr •apar. in iim an- t.. Im» s.vn at t h«- vlul'P afl i'i tli" 1' | » art Inis !'•}!•'. 1' i «>t" riin*. i'i 111'' i»p|>»'aftnu'.» u hirh < aus<--l li'itMiM^hfll in fall i-t-. «!i>fii\»ur. Thv tirw liitis aro Marr<'tv limn* apparent than coH. TIh' simmth tnurh «>f In...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 31 July 1914

BREAKDOWN A REMARKABLE CURE , \ y What Clcmnu Tome on do in .restoring the nent% lo healthy power vj ;and maloog tic weakened system itrong. 3jj A letter la poUt which it worth reading, £ No. 6 Post Office Place. rJ South Melb.. 2/7/11. j)3 'CLEMENTS TONIG LTD., *! • '* 11 Your tonic is one of the quickest nerve and brain cures known. I tried all kinds of doctor*' medicines, and got no relief u I.have from your tonic. I could not stand anyone talking to me* or the noise of the town traffic. I lost appetite and weight. I was that -weak at times a child could push me -ovtr. I had to give up work. I lay boor after hoar awake, now I can . Sto bed and almost sleep at once. I ] y case was one of the worst' I ever h heard of. I thought I would never get well. I caa hardly believe the i relief I have got from Clements Tonic. Nearly all those symptoms I told you of have left me, and two or three . more bottles will make me strong. Before this I was going twice a week to the Melboumellospital...

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THE "JAG BUG'S" BITE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 31 July 1914

Tin-: •'* .i a<: ni trs •* jutk. The Dutch colony is happy »«> iho possession of o "jut? . whose hit'-' is intoxicating. One bite has the eflect of a cocktail, while n number of bites produce the same consequences as ale followed by champagne. A parasite has been introduced on the island, which de stroys the .jag bug, and, strange to relate, anyone who has been bitten by the jag bug and then by the antidotal insect Immediately be comes sober and a teetotaler there after. -

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MUSICAL SA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 31 July 1914

Mt SJlWl. KAI'I'.S Xowndays the safe thiol" must K* a hlqhly-trained export. Tin.- Mill Siki»s \\ ]»e of burglar has pa*«M'«l. K\er> ye-ir tli»' work of the proiYs siotiitl safe-bre.ikor lioctmus harder and more danuerous. Actually iiiusie m'isl now form a part <u liis training. The latest t\pe of safe ha< 110 lo'/ks, ke\ s, or ke\holes. In-lead, there is a tightly-stretched wire, which responds t<» its own music..} note. The wire is conned oil wi'h an electric l.attcry inside thesa'--, und to open one must sound a tun ing-fork, or a note on bugle, » r* pin, or truni]>ct, in precisely t!ie same way as the wire. When tli.' note is sounded, the sensitive wi -e \ ibrat**, and turns on the.currc.it which operates the , linking me chanism. Three wires are used in some in stances, necessitating, . cour.-e. three trumpet blasts in HifTeront ke\s before the meehanism nil I work. The obvious danger to t!ii< appa ratus is, of course, that ...

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AUSTRALIA'S LINK WITH THE PAST. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 7 August 1914

AUSTRALIA'S LINK WITH j THE PAST. . { IThe anthropological brunch of Itri-I 1 ish Scientists, which will shortly) \i?it A u^tcalin to |»ursm« a course | of study on the Australian abori- J ginal, expect to materially add tc tlit* world's knowJedge of mankind, | Of all the savage races that man , the world's silent places. I ho Aus j tralian black is. admitted^, tin most ancient and leusl altered i> beliefs itml customs than any. lftt im'nos t ■ I tho Mala> Archipelago, Now /.calami, I'olvnoijju, ami Now IJuinen, wore to a certain extent in Ihience.l ami swayed by tho \arit.'a> watt's «>f progress (hat swept to ' thoir shores. Tho Australian, on the contrary, sequestered in tho centre of hi* j broad continent-homo. continued his mode of life, unmoved by other na . tion or customs, ami to-day—when found in his natural environment— j is -precisely the same as ho wuj thousands of years ago. These eminent llrit ish scient SMs, therefore, come to look upon hiu as holding the k...

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