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Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 14 August 1914
Literary and Debating Society. The Presbyterian school Imll was crowded on Monday evening, when the Rev. A. H. Tolluirst delivered • a lantern lecture en titled " Within the Walla of Paris." The lecture was highly instructive and very interesting throughout, and overybody left feeling they had learned a groat clem ot the city of wlncli we havo recently read ao ijiucli in (lie daily papers. Tlio beautiful colored slides shown included many of the magnificent buildings of the French capital, including the boulevards, gardens, arches and other places of interest. Mr Tol liurst, boing so familiar with Paris and the history and trnit of heic people, ably described the art which is lavisliod on the beautify ing of the city on all sides. Its ancient Gothic masonry, elaborate architecture, bridges, towors, etc., were dealt with by the'speaker to some extent. The hours passed all too quickly, for closing time found tlio lecturer with plenty of slides, and plenty of matter; so he promised ano...
Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 14 August 1914
Valedictory. Miss Pu^an, who has occupied a position on tho teaching staff of tho Naftambio Slate School, and who has boon promoted to tho hra&lt;Moa«horship of tho Koonoomoo Slato School, »ci\r Cobram, watt i>» Wcdtiosdtiy afternoon mado a vory noat and costly pre sentation |»y tho toaohura and scholars of tho school. The head to,ichor (ISTr Hourlco) spoko of Whs Du^an'i;- departure, and *saul that whilst sorry nt hor removal ho was pleased at her advancement in tho scrvieo, She had proved herself to bo endowed with moro than ordinary teaching ability, and ho felt confi dent :iho would make' rapid strides in her profession. On bohalf of tho scholars and teachers hu wished hor overy success, Tho Rev Mr Tolhurst said that though ho had known Miss Ungual) but a short timo ho knew she was on« whom Iho children would soon learn to love. Ho joined in thfl : congratulations on her woll deserved pro motion, and asked her to accept a token of j tho regard and esteem of the ohildr...
FOOTBALL NOTES. TO-MORROW'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 14 August 1914
FOOTBALL NOTES, TO-MOIlKOWS MATCIIKH. So.ymour visit Kusliworth. Avtiiiut visit MmchiHun. Huron visit Nnfj.nnliii-'. One of tho most interesting ;vml exciting matches that hivvo boon played on tho loeal ground for some time past will take place on Saturday uoxt (to-morrmv) when tho local club will moot Kurort. The Utter aro tho pre miers of lust year's competition, are a very even lot,and aro reported lo bo in gnod form. On the other hand, our lads have improved greatly of late, ami may be looked upon to give an cxcellcnt account of themselves. They havo won tho last two matches—Mur chifiun, who uce equal this year with Kimwv so far, and Avonel—by badly heating their opponents. This was owing lo playing Rood, open, systematie fooLhall, and all playing together. If they observe tho saniu tactics on Saturday next they should bo hard to conquer, and Kuroa would find them ii formidable foo. This is really tho match of thu wason, and wo hopo to seo ;i bumper attendance of patrons of the ...
Death Roll. MRS SARAH BAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 14 August 1914
Death Roll. 11RS SAHAH BAUD. Residents of the Nagnmbie and Whroo districts wore grieved to lienr 011 Monday of the dentil of ifrs Sanili Baud, relict of the lato Mr Charles Baud—one of the early piguepre of tlio Goulburn Valley, which occurred at her. late residence, Nugambie, after a pro longed. illness extending over fif teen months, death being due to stricture of the esophagus—a complaint of the throat—-combined with old ago. The decoased lady, who was 75 years of age, and was greatly respected and esteemed iq the Whroo and Ifagainbie dis tncts, wns born- at at. (Jolumbs, Cornwall, in 1839, and camo to Australia with her parents in the early fifties. Slie had been a resi dent of the Goulburn Valley dis trict since 1856, and married the late Mr Charles Baud in 1857. She lived the whole of her. married life at Whroo," where, in addition j to. rearing a large family, she ■ assisted in the management of the general storekeeping business 'so si^ccesBfully carried on for many years at...
Wattle Day Celebrations. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 14 August 1914
Wattle Day Celebrations. On Wednesday noxl Wattle Hay will bo colobrated in Nagambio. Thu A.N.A, Wattlo Day CoimnitU'o have arrnnped that tho town will bo docoralcd with Wsitllo hlonm, and cvory good Australian will woi\r a spray of tho national bloom.^ Thu biiKincss places will display Australian-mado goods in their windows, ami thu committco havo arranged a football match in the afternoon :iml a nnlnmlirl flnniW. at. niftlih t.!,n nrft. coeds, after paying expenses, to gD to tho Mooroopna hospital. In addition a com plimentary dinner will he given by the local branch of tho A.N.A. to thoir Vice-presi dent, Mr Ostrom, who is visiting tho town on this day. Tho Debating Socioty, nndor tho patronngo of tho A.N.A., will plant a row of wattle trees along Station-street, on Gtoss Square. Tho.Shire Counoil 'liavo shown tlioir interest in tho movement by providing tree guards to protect tho young trees. Treo planting will tako place at 1,90 o'clock in tho aftornoon, when Mr. Ostrom and pro...
Goulburn Shire Council. MONDAY, 10TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 14 August 1914
Goulburn Shire Council. Monday, IOtit August. The usual monthly meeting of the Goulburir Shire Council was held on Monday, when there were) present Cr Keady (president), and Crs Denne, Morrissy, Wilson, Dcrum, Gordon, Nisseu and Cum mins. The minutes of the previous meeting were, read antl confirmed, and the outward correspondence approved of. Correspondence. Vroin A. C. Lester, stating that by direction of a public meeting held at Nagambie on 3rd August he was directed to request that the names of the following be submitted for gazettal as a Committee of Management for the Na'gambie Recreation Reserve : — L. Caelli P. M'Dotiald, and T. Donovan.' —Received ; secretary to attend. From Underwriters' Association of Victoria, with reference to re duction of insurance premiums in township of Nagambie, and asking for information re water mains and their size; fire plugs; names of streets, and a report 011 the Fire Brigade and water supply.—Re ceived ; seeretary to attend. I From Municipal...
AVIATION FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 14 August 1914
AVIATION' IMGl'liKK. There is a golden harvest waiting for the a\iator who goe.> in fo:, carrying passengers in Australia The lute Hamel wns the only mar who looped the loop with passen gers, his charge, being -CoO. Kven at that figure there wer« many who rushed the chance of t spectacular finnle. The recognised Knglish charge foi cross-country (lights is l.~> shilling a mile for return journeys, ami 2&lt; shillings u mile for a single jour ney, At the llendon Aerodrome, near London, short (lights cost froit two to live guineas, and fre.picntlj ns many as (>o people go up it the afternoon. As an aviator gets along—under favourable conditions at the rate of a mile a minute th( result' of such enterprise is not tc be despised. With his machine illuminated l>y electric J'. IV. fJodden re cently made a series of loops ul ifendon at altitudes between 1.000ft and S.oonft. lh» j.s the lirxl air man to loop the loo;> in tlwdark.
A MODERN UTOPIA. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 14 August 1914
A MODERN UTOPIA. Many Socialistic. schemes and '..loniis hrtvn been * rio I. am! have .•nded in dishoartening failure. Hut , •• idontly Professor Macmillan llrown I I s at last hit upon *,n ideal plan i; on which to build a modern riopirt. "I.et 1 ho busy Socialist build his house on tho cocoanut ; his neigh bour's pocket is mere sand," lie says in book "The luitch Kast," and be proceeds to sho.v thai tho .climate does hah' of it. mid,the coco.wmt tha otiior li;iIf, an.I it' thai j'rall barque "Socialism" manages '.o strike a rook on which to wr.vk itself .ll v ill ln» "shew iMissedue-is." I'or tropical Australia ami tho Voribern Territory. rrofcR^ot Brown •in.vs, "There is no we.tltlwuaKor li^c the cocoanut ; cattle will di: all the labour, of keeping the plan tations clean, ami will not injure the trees or their produc; and with, copra t\t C'21 a ton, a few do7.cn trees should support. a ISuropeatt household conVortuhly, and a fe\\ , do/en more would send them all down in the hot ...
Nagambie Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 14 August 1914
Nagambie Goif Club. On Saturday the Nagatnbie clubj visited Seymour, when a' highly ,interesting match was- played,!. ) the winning honors resting with j ! the home team. Scores:— &lt; H. A. II,A,, Mrs Adams ... 0 5 v Miss Forbes... 0 Oj MissM'Lachlau 3 1 v Miss Btousibg 0 0 MrsM'Coraiack 7 3 v Miss Morison 0 0 Miju O'Sboa ... 1 3 v Mrs Haakor... 0 Q MjgaM'Lacblan 6 5 v Mrs Cohon ... 0 0 Mrs Loeto ... 1 3 y Mrs Bourjco... 0 0 Mrs Potty ... Q 0 v Misa Q'Jlwyer 1 3 Mr Lomax ... 0 0 v MrFoadick ... 8 5 MrStorrar ... 0 OvMr W Forbes 5 5 Mi M'LachLan 0 0 v Mr M'Pheo ... 1. 3 Mr\VAdorns... 3 4 v Mr R Forbos 0 0 Mr Cox ... 3 4vMrBazeley ... 0 0 MrGoldio ... so vMrPorum ...• sq MrM'CaLl .,, 5 .5 v Mr Miller ...0 0 MrHickoy ...0 0 v Mr H Adams 5 6 MrI«oeto ... 0 OvMr Casey 5 6 :[; 8Q38 35 20 • Win for Seymour by 12 aces.
THE ASSOCIATION DRAW. Wednesday, 3rd June. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 14 August 1914
THE ASSOCIATION DRAW. Wednesday, 3rd Judo. Murcbison visit Euroa Busbworth „ Nagambie Seymour ,, Avoncl aturday, 13tb Juijc. Nagambio visit Murcbison Avenel ' ,, Busbworth Euroa „ Soyiiiout Saturday, 20tb June. Euroa visit Busbworth Avenol ,, Nagoiubio Seymour ,, Murcbison. Wodnesday, let July. Murcbison visit Avenel Nagambio „ Euroa Bu&bworih ,, ' Seymour Wednesday, 8th July. Busbworth visit Murcbisou Saturday, 11th July* Seymour visit Nagambio Euroa „ Avcaci Saturday, 18th July. Euroa visit Murcbisou • Nagambie ,, Busbworth Avenel ,, Seymour Saturday, 25th July. Seymour visit Euroa Wednesday, 29tb July. Murcbison visit Nagambie ■ Busbworth' ,, Avenel - Wednesday, Sth August. Busbworth visit Euros Nagambie „ Avenel Murcbison ,, .Seymour Saturday, 15th August. Aveoel visit Murcbison Euro a ,, Nagambie Seymour ,, Busbworth Wednesday, lOth/Apgust. ' Murcbison visit Busbworth Saturday, 22od August. Seymour visit Nagambie Euroa * „ Averiel
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 14 August 1914
Wtae &lt;Dafe. W.C. SULLIVAN BEGS to announce that he 1ms tnkcii over Ihe Witie Ca(e recently carried on by Mrs J. Beam?, and trusts byhliictly attending to (he mquircmcnis of patrons to merit 3 share of public patronage. ONLY GOOD WINE WILL BB FOUND ON THE SHELVES. Oooo Accommodation. Fiest.class Table Stabling and Attentive Yardsman.
An £800,000 Wedding Gift. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 14 August 1914
I | An £800,000 Wedding I Gift. The nlmlghty dollar la very much In evidence . when tho daughters ol American money kings marry, hut it will doubtless lio soino time be fore tho record gift. 'of £800,000 re reived hy Miss Schwab nut long ago from hop brother, the President m llu» American Steel Trust,, on hoi marriage to a prosperous towns man of Johnstown, Penns\ Ivunia will he heaten. At the same, time there have been equally renmrUubh gifts made by other millionaires U their daughters. There was .Mis; Louisa Pierpont Morgan, who wed ded that fortunate young lawyer .Mr. Satteiiee. and received from her father not only bonds li» the valui of £200,000. but also a mansioi on the Imnkft c»f (he Hudson Ifivor and jewels which would have mad&lt; Marie Antoinette green with envy. Awl then there was Miss Holer McLaughlin, who, when she marriei lh\ Alexander Carroll, not only re reived a cheque for half a milllor dollars from her father, hut, t&lt; quote tho words of one re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 14 August 1914
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PAPER AS WEARING APPAREL [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914
««PER ftS WEARING APPAREL The attempt now being made to. establish cups iiiaiio of impel* at all public drinking fauiilains in ICngland Is a reminder that such articles [ have long been u.^cil in soiiiu lawns I of the United States. • Paper, in- • deed, has been put to extraordinary ' purposes ; for in Japan, it is used for dinner-pintcs, mats, plcturo- 1 frames, and many t>ther things. 1 Arabs have been foumi using eveni cooking-pots and frying-pans made '• of compressed mid chomicnlly-troat- j ed paper. During one of our Indian campaigns a light infantry regiment came under. a perfect fusillade ol . paper bullets. j Wearing apparel ,of paper is now being manufactured in more thai! one Continental, town, and in Sax* ' ony paper and cotton .are also spur. ! together, so that in the finished yarn 1 the paper envelopes the cotton ! These yarns are used as niters, iii -conjunction .with cotton warp, in ' weaving drillings suitable for towel* ling, skirts,. and summer waist ,| coats....
A Previous Huge Gold Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914
A Previous Huge Gold j Robbery. j - - - I The story of the recent groal rob bery of bullion in the conr.se of transit to Alexandria recalls n i similar vriiiH* which took place (ilt,\- I seven yours ago on the Soul h- Kast - | ?rn Hallway. The story of how the j robbery was committed came t*> j light some jt»ar* afterwards, owing | 10 a tpmrrel among the confedrr 11 t I'M. On tlir evening of May 1-, IS.»*>. three large boxes of gold bullion were, in ken to London Mrhlge Sta tion lo hi» sent lo Paris. Kvery piecantion hmt boon tnken t»> guard tin1 precious metal. The ho.ves were bound with iron bars. and, after they hml been sealed and weighed. were placed »» » Chubb's sale. the duplicate Keys of which were kept hy one of tin.' eonlhleit (iul servants of the railway com pany ami the captain of thevross I'haunol boat. The nafo was placed in tho guard's vnn. When the boxes were token out.nl Iloulogne they were weighed, nnd one was found to bo over-weight. They were opened, and...
TAXING TITLES. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914
TAMNC TITI.KS. Air. Cunninghame Uraham's sug gestion,, that n lax should be levied on hereditary titles has already )>een adopted in Spain," where the privilege. of l;oinjr a duke costs JL1200, and other grades of the no bility pay a proportion to their grade. Kach separate title is taxed so that it has become customary for nieinlwrs of eld families, who 'hvc accumulated a number of titles to abandon some of these sooner than pay for them
The Land of Premise. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914
The Land of Premise. Th- evergreen proMetn of opening ip developing Australia's great Ion.- Sorthorn Temtorv. is on • j uhieh * lu» Coiuiiioiiwin-Ii h (lovern- J ' HUMll 0\0f before ii. Tt.e « tiM'fttfxT'- o( U)" lio.\ al Com mission on KaiP\a\s mul Port* wore i,«&lt;( to accomplish the com preheusi\o itinerary they turf map 1 e \ out, hut in spile oi this th« iij;'«>• nialion (hut the.v were aMe to u-qiiitv will ho of great \ahir. &lt;>n t Iieir sea ioiirm >v •- (he\ . i iiel !•: 1-1 \tti ;ator * Uiwr. IW Ks ( it i«n tlv Uoper Uise*. the Poper \'nlle>. ii u&lt; I Pi ni> t'ri'i'!-, the Pelb'w Islam's. MrArthur Ui^ or. Hillv l.agoon, Paly Water.-- \ia Han hif.ii Ponns, Tanumbirini. and N it umi | Powns back to Katlu'riie. The distance accomplished i.l'o u'eU.er was I'Jnn by la-H, (tiim by : ea. ami Soil hy ri\er. hut in s;it.' o' this creditable performance, they saw nothing of the land of promise which surrounds the Virtoria Ui\er uid iorms the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914
REMEMBER WHEN YOU | GET CLEMENTS! TONIC ; YOU GET I HEALTH TOO! i A PROFESSIONAL NURSE «..!! ' known throughout Western Aujtralia, writes her opinion. NURSE ALICE WILKINSON, 21 II j ' Strwt,Ntk. Pertk,. tkis letter: "I have spent many year., in my profession as a. nurse. both here and in Victoria. ( have nursed the tick of ■.'! descriptions, and tome iir.vc been very low and wc.-.!\ The question always arix: in the mind of the nurse v. !::'. is the best medicine for a patient when thoroughly run down or to keep them fro:.: getting low and prostrated. Fromyeariof experience and cldse oWrvation I can say I ' Icmw 'if abjudicate as good •• CLEMENTS TONIC as a 1 ltrre food and appetising h medicine, creating a desire | for nourishment. It quickly gives health and strength. ■ • (Signed) NURSE WILKINSON." No trotr letter WM eve/ written to women than this one,'proving the healthful pro^ticj of this rcaarkftblt medicine. Whtr* the uervous lyiUo it ^battered ibrouek exhauxivc studies, fever...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914
Political Labor Council. ^ \ MIMTINO of nil desirous of forming j V a Hrmicli of Iho Political Labor . 'ottuoil will by hoM «t /titflotHfiri'H Shop on IONDAY, 24th AUGUST, ft I 8 o'olock. J. A. SUM,! VAN. Pro*. } Pro b\ DOWN1NU Sec. ) torn. Xillll'O Of (nOllllMll'll 1 '10 THH ItATUPAYKKS &lt;)!•' 'I'llIC !] CKNTliAI- lUDI.N'C. J: jruliosnml (Jontlomon. \ 1 iVrmit mo to exprosB my appreciation md iliunks for Iho honor you lmvn dono ' mo in njjnin rot uinin^ mo unoppoHod »fl >im of your ropropontnlivus. It will bo my cnrm'»t omk'uvour to net i n tho bi»fc intuttulftof this Hilling and tho j shiro ns n wholo Yotira faithfully, JOHN UOItDON. August 2lst, 11H1 Patriotic Meeting' A MlilCTlNQ of the ladies- of " Nagambic will be held a! (lie Mechanics' hall on Tuesday Next, (\ngust 25th, at ;l p.m, to consider i :he best means for helping the Red Cross society JlltS 'I'OLHURST \ n„„, Jilts Dn. Davii:s j C nc Rowing' Clnb. I TIE ANNUAL (JUNEJiAL MKET i ING of tho Nagauibio Rowing...