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KING GUSTAY ON ADVERTISING [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914

KINO-GTTKTAV OK ADVKUT1 SIXC Speaking to one of the organiser* of tho Baltic Exhibition at Mulmc (In the south . of Sweden), King Custnv of Sweden expressed groat surprise that in sovornl leading for eign newspapers he had noticed no thing about the exhibition. '.'Your Majesty must remember how ox pensive it is to advertise in these journals,*' said the organiser, ac cording to the "Mail." "A smal: page costs £1^0." ''Tn.it is ver\ cheap," «he» King replied. " \ 01 must advertise in these papers am send the bill to me: It is mos' profitable." A revolver has been invented by a gunsmith iu Brussels that shoot* seven times n second. A new meaning has been given U Ihe word "polysyllables" by the dis covery that parrots 1- nni lone words nioro ijtiicKly than shor/ An "interest-computing machine' has been invented by a Hungarian. ! The instrument is said to be com ! paratively simple and -inexpensive. It is nlout the si/c of a watch. On setting the hands at the proper po* sitionson the di...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914

Ia Momoriam. ODDY.— in affect ioimto it-mcmbranco of my donr fathor. who t*na accidontally killed near Nftgatnbio on tho 21st of August, 1012. Gone, dear dnd, yo*, pono for over, (lono from this world of sorrow and pain } Uono from ono who Invt'd yon du*rly, Never on earth lo uicot again. Thoro is a link death cannot savor, Loving remembrances last for ovor. Inserted by bis lovinp son and daughter nnd grundohildron. W.J., E.A., C., 12., M.t E , E. Oddy. Ttibtlk.

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Australian Federal Spirit. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914

Australian Federal Spirit. All hunch il niiiv s.mntl 1-hi'nply (hrnrclii'Kl or trilf to insW H"*1 th.> iitlimato ilostinj »f Aiislrnlin .li-|.o:i.ls upon I In" i-uIlivmiiiTi of " nntiomil hiiiI impfrml spirit, il >» nevertheless a faet. The (Jowrnor-tioneral u< a iwnt Wnquet «uM tlmt i< hu«l l«een in spiring to follow tlu* debates and si-evhes of <m vermneni Oppo •otior. He went on to suy that )to had lavn 'tnui '»y the way in whi' h lf.nli-is on hoth si-h-s ot the IV.I.-iiil Parliament fought for ih.> rtvnimoMwoallh as a whole. ait'i If hichly enmmemlee the Federal sivivit that he tmiwl PVCPJ w hm All I his is very lie.-iroMe. jim! up lo a eer tain point tru«\ hm ii is to hi foarvd , In,* ili.< KmvIN-iii'x's out look 011 Ausir.-ili.m characteris tics is somewhat idiMli'ii ir.) The Federal spirit surely exists iiixl tinturally will grow ; hut it hns not grown so vigorously ot rapidly as ninny optimists propho *icd. Xatural int ros...

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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914

inir|fagatwbw®ime!S FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1911. Local and General. Mr M, Dcauo, of NaRambio, has donated 50 sheep to tbo Patriotic Fund. Ou Saturday evening last Mr P. Nolan, at tbo request of Mr J. Costelloo, left for Bcrrigsm (N.8.W.), to attend tv Biok horso belonging to Mr Costelloo.. This speaks woll {or the ability of tho Nagambio " Yet." Remember the auction sale to-day by Messrs E. W. Hill <fc Co. of tho houso and furniture in tho estate of tho lato lit J. J. Comorford. Tho auctioneers ask tho public to consider tho oiroumstanoes which have brought tho salo about, and would liko to see n big crowd roll up. x ' Mr W, A. Trenwith, llio solectod Liboral Senate candidato will address tho doctors in the Mechanics' hall on Monday ovoning next. A meeting of all desirous of-forming a branch of tho Political Labor Council will bo held at Ingleman,s shop on Monday oveniug next, at 8 o'clock. Don't forget the annual meeting of tho Nagambio Rowing Club will bo hold in tho Mechan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914

LIAYING secured ihe agency fw ■' the famous Hnick, Austin, Ci dillac and NTapiu Mwlor Cars I am prepared to book orders fot* the coming spring. Trial runs by appointment FOR HIK'K.—The 'atcsl CO h.p ttnick touring enr, ;ii any hour of the clay or night. C;i)l in lor a triul run in (his line car. I he latest Buick complete, will) r)*scatcr touring body, and all the latest improvements4 £37 5. Selling Agents for Dnnlnp Motor Tvrcs. All sizes kept in stock, REPAIRS.—I nm prepared to repair any nirtke of Car. AJ1 Duplicate parts at iN.elbourny pi ices. Petrol and Motor Oil stocked, !»•« 8t00*c "11 Sporting Requisites: Guns, Kitlos, Cartridges, Footballs, (iolf Kails, Cycles, I nm the builder of the (.Joulbum Cycle, from .€9 30s to £10 10$. Cycle repairs oi ull kind« at Melbourne prices All Cycle Accessories kept in btock. Agent for Triumph. Kovor, Jap. and all the leading Motor Cycles. Don't foriroi the addross— * .. v R. ELSBURY, Motor ami Cvclk Gakaok, lligh street, Nagambie. NOTE CAK...

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MR. GOURLEY AT NAGAMBIE [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914

FEDERAL ELECTIONS. I MR. G0URU3V AT NAGAMBIE I . Mr J. O. Gourley, the Labor candidate who has been chosen to contest the Echuca constituency iu opposition to tile sitting member (Mr Palmer) addressed the electors in the Mechanics' Hall last: Friday night, 14th inst. Mr J. A. Sullivan presided, and previous to intro , ducing the candidate, asked the audience to rise and sing the j National Antheip. Three; cheers were also given for tl)e Belgian army. ' j In his opening remarks tie stated that it was only owing to CX Nagel having to retire through ill-health ' that he (the candidate) had been compelled to fill the breach. He had lived 30 years in the electorate, and was well and favorably' known to most of the electors in the Ecliuca division. He asked his hearers to go back some 12 or 14 months to the time when the Cook (Jovem ment came into office. At that time Mr Fisher informed the Prime Minister that he could rely upon the support of the Labor party if be introduced measures of ...

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS ["Where tho term "The Common wealth" ii used in connection with theso rates and regulations it includes Vapua, Lord Howe lslaml, and Norfolk Island.] LK'lTRllS. Far every J ounce or fraction thereof. 'For delivery within the Common wealth ; 0 * For delivery in the British 12m piro • • 0 1 For delivery in the Now Hebrides, Banks, and Torre* Island# ..0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 2J LETTER CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth : Single, Id. each; reply, Id. each halt. For delivery in the British Empire (seo list of places under "Letters ')—Sin gle. Id. each. Fcr Jeliverv in New Hebrides, Banks, an.l Torres Islands—Single, iM.ench. For delivery in other places— Single, iMd. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with tho Id. iitnmp, and Reply or double cards, each halt of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may he transmitted to maces within the Commonwealth, aud tr those places, enumerated under •Uere," to which letters may he...

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North Biding Election. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914

North Biding Election. Tho following Utter appeared ia but wcok's Murchlson "Advertiser" regarding; Mr E. J. Gregory's Domination lor the vacancy in the North Biding:— SIR,—In view of the doc la rod invalidity o! my noqiipationi paper (or the position fit councillor in the Goulburn Shire be cause I bad omitted to sign my nyst •» ccpting tho nomination, I have to aqiw my sincere apology to those ratepayers who wen supporting my candidature, and ileairo to place before them tbo unfor tunate set of olrcumstances that caused tbo mistake. On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday last I was confined to my bed with a severs attack ol Influenza and got up portion of the latter day. On Tuosday I gat* the' nomination papor to ins son Ernest and asked him to got the noceeiary signatures, and having obtained some ho was called away early, on Wed nesday morning to Helboumo on military work, and handed the popec to my aoa Gerald to oompletfe I quite forgot that I had t)ot signed or that it was neoea pry ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914

Gregory's WASHING STORES. All Plowing* Requisites on Hand. Plow Shares, all brands. Plow Reins. Rope. Plow Chains Bluestone, Etc. SUITS to Measure. Come and Inspoot our Now Pattern Books. All the Latest Styles Shown, Suits to Measure from 35 s. War! War \ War! Secure a Bui let Proof Suit or pair of Bullet Proof Trousers at once from T ony And be protected. A. M. Orpwood, .Tailor am#- Onlfflitteif.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914

Effect of the "War on Imported Goods B—continued iii® • Cable acMce is just to hand stating' that tlie s.s. "Benalla" with our New Season's Goods on board is due to arrive at Adelaide on the 31st inst. This boat, we believe, has escaped the heavy war risks and freight charges, which at a meeting' of the Australian Association of the British Manufac turers of Friday last intimated that additional costs with war risks and freight would amount to twenty-five PER cent. ' This should give a splendid im petus to Australasian manufactures. R. E. GADD, NAGAMBIE STOBES • w A FEW J : I -1 -50 . .3) Still on Hand, Well worth Securing THIS MONTH !! D. BROWN'S Beehive Stores. NAGAMBIE. i n Cowan & Co. TEAS I 1 ■ We are w ell stocked with these, the favorite at present being the well-known "BLUE RIBBON" brand. If not already a user, try it FOR POULTR Y we have a nice line of Shell Grit, fine, so'little waste; also Singer and Botany Egg Producers. IN SEED POTATOES we have Early Yermonts Ea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914

TABILK HOTEL, Corner STATION & HIGHStrects, NHGHMBIE. ,». M IXiOSH • (Lite of Kyabr.nn. BUGS lo Notify llic Public of Nagambie and district that lie lias taken over the above Hotel from Mr J. Barry . and trusts by strict attention lo business.to merit a fair share of patronage. Good .'Accommodation Good Stabling Modeuatk 'Terms Attentive Groom Best Brahtls of Wines and Spirits. Criterion Hotel. L. MASON (Late Mr A Lever) Wishes'to announce to the residents <3f Nagambic and District that' he has taken over Iho business of the.above well-. known Hotel, and intends to cater for. patrons by supplying the best in overything. Pleasure Boats always available. Good Stabling and Groom. s&r Victoria Ale -BK«&r The Valley Hotel, NHGnmBiB. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. ■ * WMli. j (LATE OK WAHRING ) iff AVING taken possession of the tl .above Hotel,informs Iter friendsand . the public generally that every endeavor ~ will ,be-made^to jnake them coni£ort»bl« - when (hey...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914

For Children'* Hacking Cough nt nifjlit, < Woods' Oreiit Peppermint (Jure, 1/0

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Patriotic Meeting. TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SHIRE OK GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914

Patriotic Meeting'. TO THE PIIUSIDENT 01' TUB BUIBE OK dOUDUUKN. J tear Sir, Wo, (ho iin,ter>'igned llesidonts and Katepayeia of (h<> Khlro request you to convene it J'ublic Meeting for (litis) Friday Erenin?! in the' Mechanic*' Institute Niigeiniiiw, for the purpose of deciding upon the manner in which this dietriat is going to asaibt Hit) Kuipire in (ho present crtatB. Wo are,.yours respectfully, A, 0. Abliloy K. W. Uili O 11 Jae. II, Lester W. T, /ejikiu J- 0. Cowan W, if. 8w»n*i<:fc W. Murdoch Jaiu«-s Cou kes. H*son b\ \V. Uitl V. H. J Haslter A. K. <|»dd 1).-Brown Bhuur L Davi?s A.. N. Hopkins And others. To comply with llm-above petition I hereby 'convene h I'ublio Meeting to. be' held in I ho Jft'clmiiiL's' Hall at h o'clock , this (Friday) opening to decide upon the ', jnunnur in which this dimrh't is going to 1 ( gftist thu mpiru iu tho present crisia. I «f Kl'UDY, l'rot-idfut (loulburn Shir# Council, ) Convoner. i '

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MITCIIELLSTOWN V. GRAYTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914

MITCIIELLSTOWN V. GRAYTOWN. A dozon^ptoyore-wont from Mitcbellstown to.Graytown on Saturday, August 15th, to Qngago tho local fads iu a friendly game. Having defeated Major's Line recently Graytown naturally oxpected to put up a good performance, and they did ho ; their shooting for poal was remarkably accurate, evory shot at tbo sticks was a gunl; they ! notched no minor points. Mr A. M-'Lnrty ; capt'aincd Mitcbollstown, and Graytown was ably captaincd by Mr Dari, Kennedy. Mr W. Vearing officiated as umpiro and guvo uatis factiou to both sides. Graytown took, com mand from tbo bounce, and owing to tbo incapability ol the Mitchollstown backs aud the smartness of tbo Graytown forwards, quickly notched, a goal, Play was then transferred, and tbo visitors succeeded iu gaining a couple of minor points. MitoboHs. | town prevailed during the second quarter ' and got a few moro points, but in the third ] quartor Graytown again took tho lead and ' scored another goal. Tbo last quarter pro* ...

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ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914

ASSOCIATION MEETING. A meotiug of tho Waranga-North-Kast Association was hold at IVlntoxh'x Hotel on Monday evening, delegates from tho six clubs in tbo Association being present. The' Gordon Shikld After tbo confirmation of tho minutes, tho Presidont (Mr Parsons) reforrctl to the genorosity of Sir J. Gordon, M.L.A., in presenting such a largo and beautiful shield for competition between tho differout cluba-^compriaing tho Association, Messrs Mulhall, Reeves, Kelly, Kearnoy, Davis, M'Leod and Swanwick sinccrely en dorsed Mr Parson's remarks, and said tho individual clubs appreciated to tho fullest extent the liborality of Mr Gordon, in donating such a handsome trophy, which had aroused great interest in tho competi tions. Mr Gordon, who was presont, responded io tlio-mnny expression of grafcitudoxwhich had fallen from tho lips of tho different speakers, and said ho was pleased to know Ilia gift had been tho means adding further intcreafc to the matches. The Gordon Shield is now on v...

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Terrier Coursing Club. THIRD OUTING. NEXT WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914

Terrier Coursing Club. THIRD OUTING, NEXT WEDNESDAY. ! A meeting of the Nagauibie Ter ■ rier Coursing Club was held at ] Cohen's Hotel oil Tuesday evening. , Upon the balance-sheet.being read the takings for the meeting held ' 011 August 12th were shown to . be £7 10s, and the expenditure 1 j£7 lis -Id, showing a debit balance [ of Is 'Id on the meeting, .This was ' considered quite satisfactory, and ' the balance-sheet as read was ad I opted. | It was decided that holders of j member's tickets be requested to produce same at the gate at all future meetings. The programme for the meeting to be held next Wednesday was then drawn up. Mr M. Deane, who was present, donated £1 as a prize for the Collie stakes, the nomination fee of which was fixed at 2s 6d. The following programme was ar ranged :— Royal Criterion Fox Terrier Stakes, local. A sweepstake of 2s 6d, with £1 Is added. Wayback Collie Stakes, a sweep stake of 2s 6d, with JEl added. Fox Terrier Consolation Stakes. Collie Supplem...

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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914

THE CONCERT, ..In the evening a very successful concert was held in the. Mechanics hall. There was a full house, and the programme, being a good one, everything passed off well. The hall was very nicely decorated with banners, flags, etc., and re flected the greatest credit on Misses H. Nolan and M'lntyre, whose handiwork it was, helped by the energetic secretary, Mr Hill. Some metropolitan perfor mers were engaged for the occa sion, comprising Miss Irene Riddell, Mr Colin Cntler, Mr Mar Otto and Mr R. Brown. Mr Otto, however, found at the last moment that he could not make the trip, and Mr Lynton came in his place. The whole of the. items of these { and looal artists were well re-' oeived, as also was a stirring address from Mr Ostrom. We have been, asked by the visiting performers referred to above to tender their best thanks to the people of Nagambie for the hospi tality shown during their stay. The following programme was ren dered, Miss V. Bourke and Mr G. Moulds playing the ac...

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TO-MORROW'S MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914

to-morrows match. To-morrow (Saturday) tlio Seymour foot I bailors visit Nagambie, and it is expcctod | that the match will provide a good contcst. Tho President of tho Nngambio club, Mr E. M'Donald, entertainod tlioKuroa players at ten on Saturday evening at tho Nagambie Hotel, and in a neat speech Mr Carnegio, on bohalf ot tho team, thanked Mr M'Donald fo* his hospitality

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FOOTBALL NOTES. EUROA v. NAGAMBIE. THE LAKE-SIDERS WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914

FOOTBALL NOTES. EUROA v. NAGAMBIE, THE LAKE-SIDERS WIN, Tho visit of tbo Euroa footballers to Nngambio on Saturday was tho occasion of a good crowd assembling on tho Recreation ground, as it was recognised that a great gamo would result. Tho Nagambio team has improved considerably since tho bo ginning of' tho sccond round, and although thoy started it badly by getting defeated by Ruahworth, thoy havo since made ample amends by defeating Murcbisnn, Avonol, and Euroa—tho three leading teams—in (urn. Thcao successcs have been achieved principally through training, to which many members of tjio team have been pay ing * tho necessary attention. Another factor that has helped considerably havo been tho services rendered by Messrs Gillespie and Dibbcns in coaching and training tho players on right lines. Tho president (Mr E. M'Donald) an,d secretaries (Messrs \V. R. B,ourke. and H. Gundry) to gothor with the committee havo usod their beat efforts to aid and encourage tho boys and it is sat...

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Successful Nagambie Golfers [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 21 August 1914

Successful Nagambie Golfers Competitions were Uelcl by the Nutnurkah Golf Club on Tuesday : and Wednesday Inst, at which a large number of players from the • Kclmca, Tatura, Cobram, Natlialia, Nagambie and liome clubs took part. About 200 entries were re ceived for the various events. The Nagambie Golf Club sent four rep resentatives, viz, Misses Brensitig and I*orbcs, and Messrs F. Fosdick mid W. Forbes, who proved a for midable quartette, annexing no fewer than six of the events of the competition, and running up very closely in three others. Their play was particularly meritorious, and we have much pleasure in offering them and their club our hearty congratulations on their splendid achievements. The following is a list of the events in which they were successful:— Ladies Doubles, 9 holes—Misses Brensing and Forbes, •16—5—41. Mixed Foursome, 18 boles— Miss and Mr W. Forbes, 88—11— 77. Gents' Doubles.—Mr F. Fosdick and Mr W. Forbes, 84—9—75. Ladies approaching and putting competit...

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