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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914

THE CONCERT. A most successful concert was held ah the conclusion of the sports. Mr B. Wood (secretary) presided over a large audience. The enter tainment was given in the recreation reserve under most favorable condi tions, Miss L. Trevan acted as accompanists. The following was the programme March, "Vine Hiuse," Model Band; song, Miss Rath Griffiths ; song, " A Chip of the Old Block," Mr W. J. Hamley ; song, " Snnahina and Rain," Miss Florence Summer ton ; song, Captain Ginger." Mr J, L, Hodges ; song, '' Somewhere a Voice is Calling," Miss E. Broad ; song, " The Song of the Bow," Mr T. L Irvine;' duet, "Keys of Heaven'" Miss Broad and Mr J. L Bodges ; gymnastic display, Messrs H. G, Wilson and J. E. Oswell; qnartette, " Creation," Model Band ; song, " Silvery Sea," Mr J. L, Hodges ; dnet, " Anchored," Miss Florence Snmmerton and Mr W, J. Hamley; Bong, " Stone Oraoker John," Mr T. L. Irvine; song, ' Time's Roses," Miss Florence Sam merton; song, " Pegging Away," Mr W. J. Hamley; s...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Tallygaroopna Sports. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914

Tallygaroopna Sports. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. The annual sports meeting »bs held at Tallygaroopna on New Year's D iy, in rather warm weather, though the heat was cooled at times by southerly breeze. The attend ance was very satisfac^ry, the gate receipts being about £G more than 1st year's takings. The whole of '•he arrangements for catering for the oomf >rt of patrons had been well ati fcet.dod fo, and everything worked with a smoorhnes8 'hat showed the Hirec'ing hand of a cnpih'e organiser. The President (Mr T. J. Smdilan'e) had a very pleas.nt task, as all the otfi-iala wo'fe-d heartily to ensnre -uccse. The secretary (Mr W. B M. Woody had a busy day, but the ri spotisio'Iitips of the office were Ior brm dto a great extent by the me ;tiodic.i manner in which he had arranged everything, and he is del serving of every praise for his w0rk. "he ladies who b*«f charge 0f the re fr-shment booth must be compli mented on the able manner in which boy citered for the public. Thp Shepparoo...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914

The KABO sets up a new- standard in Corset g value, and provides at an every-day price that which is high-grade and the acme of perfection in style and quality. Without question the KABO is the finest Corset value. It is loop-laced, has no brass eyelets, cannot rust, break, or tear, and is boned to give that much-desired grace of movement and attractiveness in style. Your appearance, your comfort of mind and body, depend on your Corset. See the New Season's Styles Be Always liAijtJ Corsetted See the Newest Styles at BROWN, CORKE & GO'S., NUMURKAH The L Great & \ Defender, 1 Hearne's "jj |£5f Bronchitis Cure. Hearne's Bronchitis Cure Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at it3 splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the che^t, experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subject to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete* cure. It is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914

Notice to Customers and Others WHEAT Cleaned and Graded for seed, Perfect sample guaranteed. Apply, JOSEPH GRANT, Marnngi P.O. A A. ABOTOMEYj FS-OJ (Fellow Spencer Optical Institute). QUALIFIED EYESIGHT SPECIALIST Known all over South Australia, —WILL VISIT HUMUEKAH—Al) day Friday to 11,30 a.m. Saurday, February 6 and 7, at Shamrock Hotel. .' NATHaLIA—9 to* 2.30 p.m. Thursday, Febiua>-y 12, at Court H.>use Hotel. STR >TH1IERT0N.— 4 pm. Monday to 12,30 Tuesday, February 9 and jlO, at Railway Hotel. Also every two months The Byes examined and the sight tested by means of the latest Scientific In struments, in accordance with the most re cent advances in Opthalmic Optics Astig matism and all other defects of vision skil fully diagnosed and corrected. MODERATE CHAVGES. m ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Victorian Address :—MARYBOROUGH IQ3PT mmsm& <§& ! /$ imtziftM mm wm SOROSES HAIR TONIC. This preparation is unsurpassed as a hair food and dandruff preventative. ...

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BEFORE THE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914

BEFORE THE COURT. Randall, who aft r the formal open ing of the inquest was removed to the I Shepparton gaol, was on Monday, brongh': before Mr F. W. Fair, J.P., charged with having killed William Henry Anstis Senior-Constable Kennedy having very briefly stated the facts of the case, applied for a remand for eight days, the application being granted. Anstis, who was weli-known, was bora in Cornwall ; arrived in Victoria 37 years ago ; and leaves a widow, four sons and seven daughters. The funeral took place at the bhepparton cemetery on Monday.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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The Numurkah Leader ESTABLISHED 1895. A Farmers Paper, published In the Interests of the rural community. Every Friday, one penny. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 1914. 1914! [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914

F-nTA.1W.0H5n 189$. A Farmers Paper, published lu the In terest ol the rural oommuuity. Every Friday, one pennv. Friday Morning, January 9, 1914. 1914! To what end do we make fi'ie resolu tions residing our con ducb ab ihe begiuiiing of each New Year 1 We be lieve, alas ! thab most resolves are made only to be broken—some sooner ; some later. Ibis in bk province of everybody to ask the question with which we open this article, and thus we have taken the liberty of doing so. The old year has gone ; F oher Time has gathered in the sheaf labelled 1913, and already we have become used to the figures 1914 Most of us, if we be honest, will confess that we were glad when we could turn over the last soilrd page of the old book 1913 and close the volume. And we have already sfear'ed on a brand-new book, with its white un spotted pages. We have resolved that for ab least as long as may be we will chronicle upon these pages mot bees full of charitable counsel, sage ad vie3, hopeful sentiment, ...

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Alleged Murder at Tallygaroopna. FARMER W. H. ANSTIS THE VICTIM. A SATURDAY-NIGHT SQUABBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914

Alleged Murder at Tallyga« roopna. FARMER W. H. ANSTIS THE VICTIM. A SATURDAY-NIGHT SQUABBLE. I Apparently daring an argument which took place at the Victoria hotel, Tallygaroopna, on Satnrday night, shortly before the closing hoar, Orville Byron Randall, as is alleged, strncb William Henry Ansbis, farmer, a blow nnder the jaw, sending him to the floor, After that Randall went away, and when taken by the police on Sanday morning and shown the body of Anstis, he ex claimed, horror stricken, ''My God ! he's dead !" Randall has been working for some time at Mr Thomss James Sandilands' sawmills at Tallygaroopna. He is stated to have belonged to the American flset which arrived at Australia some years ago. He is a tall, powerfnily-bnilt man. On Saturday evening, while at the Vic toria ho;e', at Tallygaroopna, he was in the company of Mr Anstis, who, it is stated, was advising him to go home, and it was dating the argument that followed that the fatal blow * is said to have been struck. A...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Numurkah Court of Petty Sessions. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7. (Before Mr R Knight P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914

Numurkah Court of Petty Sessions. WEDNESDAY, JiMUARY 7. (Before Mr R Knight. P.M.) Senio- Constable Wilson charged Martin Gleeson with non-yaccination of his child. Oct.st ibis De La Rne said defendant h^d r.?hei him to apologise to the Bench for his non-attendance, and to p'ead gniity. Fined £2, in default distress. The P.M. said he was surprised, in view of the recent outbreak in Sydney, that people still refused to have their children vaccinated, as it had been con clusively proved that vaccination was a j preventive of small pox and other epi- j detnie diseases.

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914

NEWS AND NOTES. The great Christian Festival is again a tbiDg of the past, and it has been a very happy Christmas for the residents of this parish, we feel sure. The heat inter fered somewhat with our services, but on the whole the attendances were satis factory. St. George's Church was decorated for the occasion, although it was very bard to get suitable flowers. A beautiful Altar frontal, presented by Mrs Pellow, was unveiled on Christmas Day by the Sector. It is faced with cream silk, with suitable manogram and orphreys of imitation old Portugese embroidery. Another gift dedicated the same day was a very fine point lace Chalice veil, worked and presented by an anonymous giver. Both are for use in St. George's Sanctuary. A framed Baptismal card has been pre sented to Mrs J. Hatty by the Ladies' Guild, Strathmerton—William George being the first infant to be baptised in the new Font presented by the Guild. Tne Strathmerton Fete passed off very successfully last week in spite of the...

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EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914

EDITORIAL It distresses us to read in the cabled news thr> dispute in tbe Church of East Africa, the result of which might mean a 6erious disruption in the Anglican Com munion throughout the world. For the benefit of those who are following the cables with interest let me qnote onr Church rule as contained in tbe Prayer Book, which deals with the point raised by the Bishops of Uganda and Mombnea, who in their seal for reunion, under the influence of the "Federation of Churches," ha^e admitted Nonconformists to H -ly Communion. For this they bare been charged with heresy by the Bibhop of Zanzibar. The ru'e is—"And there shall none he admitted to tbe Holy Com munion, until such time as he be con firmed, or be ready and desirous to be confirmed." It is therefore unquestion ably a fact that tbe two Bishops have overstepped tbe mark of Church disci pline. However "-uch we may be divided in opinion as to the richtness of the ruhric —there it Btands, and until it is amended the Bishops ...

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A SCOTTISH NIGHT. SOCIAL EVENING TO CHIEF ROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914

A SCOTTISH NIGHT. - — . —^ - * - - SOCIAL EVENING T') CHIEF ROSS. Quite a considerable number of mem bers of the Numurkah CaledoniaD So ciety meet at the Chieftain's (Or W. A. Campbell) residence on New Year's Eve to honor their Chief (Mr D. Ross). Mr •S. Callander presided over the gathering and after apologising for past Collie and Mr Falconer (I'reasnrer) proposed the toast) of il The King.'' The toast was drank with musical honors, Mr Bridgeland favoring with a bagpipe selection, followed by the ren dering of the song " The Bonny Banks of Loch Lomond'' by Mr R. Caliander. The sentiment of the gathering from hence forward recalls, the words of Robert Barns : — Hero's a health to them that's awa' I Aud wha winna wiah gnid lack to oar cause, May ne'er gnid lack be their fa' \ It's g"od to be merry and wise, It's good to be honest and true, It's good to supp rt Caledonia's canse, And bide by the buff and the blue. Mr W. A. Campbell proposed the toast of •' The Caledonian Society, co...

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MEETINGS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914

MEETINGS, ETC. To-night (Wednesday) — All workers Open-Air Fete. Friday, 9 th—Choir praotice, Numur kfth. Sunday, HOLY COMMUNION-7.30, Numurkah; II a.m. Wunghnu. Monday, 12th—Vestry Meeting Rectory 7.80 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday — Working Bee preparing stalls for Fete, at Eectory. Thursday, Friday and Saturday — OPEN AIR FETE. Religious Instruction—Rector visits State-school — Tuesdays, Numurkah (weekly) 9.15; Wednesday, Invergordon and My wee 915, Strathmerton 3.30 (all fortnightly). Marriages—By appointment (except in Lent). To avoid possible inconvenience, the Rector desires early notification. HYMNS 1st Sunday after Epiphany— 177, 266, 219, 360, 7S (H O. 311, 319, 324). SUBJECT : Epiphany Address No 1, " In wisdom and stature." Meditation for this week—Phil. 3 v. 13

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914

Commonwealth MjfeBanh of Eustcalta HEAD OFFICE Sf SYDNEY Thil Bank is open for ell classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Newcastle, Adelaide, Perth, Ilobart, Brisbane, Roclshampton, Townsvillo and London, Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. _ Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposit* Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Office: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Agencies at Post Cilices throughout the Commonwealth Deposits from 1/- to £300. Interest at 3 . per annum. Deposits or Withdrawals may be made at any Branch or Agency within t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914

IFJIi i^'i-ii itf IwlPi Pfrvif fflcyi \ 4>T iiaiwiiiilaaa THE MILL lave secured, tlie services of tue .Hisses naywards, of lei bourne, who will supervise the Dress' mating Department. They are now prepared to execute any orders entrusted to their care ill nmore »every satisfaction. V P<Pa FX) ^ HOTEL - MEIWL8E Buarke >traef (A^Do.pr.oup) Melbourne, Srast-'on is to: well kuow■■ to need comment. n|f4. ' .-L nui nr trie direct 3nt..--vision of $ /' t ie ?•-> »ri iv.»r, assisted by a most com r 1$. * pace at ssaS. Ih i {en ilsi?-illsu Hi P&sdoralist ^3=- oar First Consideration. r.<< * . -v, ft .<*XTT" I rspsctialiy Solicit a Trial. A. DONALDSON, pbopbietor. fTHE NEW#* DUBT HOUSE HOTEL, NATHALIA. IN.dY BEST WINES AND SPIRITS KEPT, SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION ST-?ELINO. HORSES & VEHICLES ON HIRE. I, EREDMAN, Proprietor. rrtwur -.ui. rvod %i M IMftlA ■■ A."**? ^ lie wiwTO I mmt tJAjgr#* ^'^v^j/J^arWrja. ncMcriiooii^ Pcoro BCo...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914

In saemorii&iaa. CLARKSON.—In sad and loying memory of my dear Mo'her who p ssed away on January 2,1912, at Wunghnu, Suffering, suffering, day by day ; Her pain, there's no o e knew, Until at list God took away, Her life fought hard and true ; And oft my thoughts do wander. To a grave so far away, Where we laid <uir da-ling mother J us! a year ago to- '.ay. Rest dearest mother sweetly rest, They miss you most, who loved you best. —Inserted by her loving son, W. P, Clarkson, Ariah Park, N.S.Wa'es. BTRtTE,—Sacred to the mem ry of our be loved Mick who died at Numurkah on the 12th January, 1910, " May he rest in peace," Inserted by h'a loving mother and bro thers and sister. THA.NKS. MR and Mrs Tait and Family beg to publicly thank their friends for thnr kind sympathy in connection with their rpcenf sodden bereavement.

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914

BOWLS. On Boxing Day three rinks from the Wunghnu Club visited Numurkah, and a very pleasant afternoon was spent, 25 ends being playi-d by eaoh rink. The visitors were hospitably entertained. The scores weae — N. W. No 1—A McPherson, C Selleck, Watters, S Callander (capt) IS — L Dookery, J Jordon, Miechell Evars (cjpt) ... ... — 26 No 2—L Faterson, W C Fitzwater H J Pearson, Rev White (c) 24 — J Brooks, Nanearrow, Howell, Gait ... ... ... — 16 No 3— R. Kilpatrick, F A Gnen ther, J Callander, F Sleep (c) 25 — J Macgreeor, Jeffery, Dudley, M W Harris ... ... — 21 Totals,.. ... ... 67 63 The following reciplea are well worth trying :— LEMON SYRUP Citric acid lfc 029., Guanther's Lemon Flavouring 6 to 10 drops, Syrnp 1 quart. Syrnp is made by dissolving 5 lbs of sugar in a quart of water with the aid of heat.

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Church of England Chronicle. (Edited for the members and adherents of the church in the Parochial districs of Numurkah.) Plan of Church Services for January. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914

Church of England Chronicle. (Edited tor the members and adherents of the church in the Parochial dibtrica of Numurkah.) Plan ol Church Services for January. NUMURKAH S.S. 2.30 p. m STR'THM'l'N S.S. 10 a.m. WUNGHNU S.S. 2 p.m. KATUNGA S.S. 2 p.m. | ~| I 11 - IS 25 eR eR MR mP raD eF aR MR eR MR aF aE aE aE aF On above plan m stands for morning, a for afternoon, e for evening, M for Morning Holy Communion, s.s. for Snnday-Bchool, E for Eector, F for Mr Falconer, D for Mr Davie.

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Tocumwal Races. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914

Toeumwal Races. The annual meeting of the Tocota wal Race Cub was beld on New Year's Day, and provided a very 6i joy «ble outing foi b large number of people. The racing was good, and all arrangements were attended to in the secretary's (Mr H Graham) bfsistyle, the public had no gronnds for complaint. Following are the results :— Maiden Plate, of 5 sova. About 6 fur longs.—Colonel White 1, Memamoor '2. Tocdsib'al Handicap, of 15 sovs., About s furlongs —Dndil 1, Bessemer 2, Grandfinch 8 Trot, of 6 sovs (i23 3s the gift of John Donkin, E*q). 2 miles—Village Bells 1, Brooklyn Jr 2. Polly 3 Handicap Trial Stakes, of 8 sovs, About 6 furlongs—Mooreep 1, Unknown 2, Toora Boy 3. President's Stakes, of 10 sovs (£5 fs. the gift of H H. Casey, Esq ) About 7 furlongs—Bessemer 1, Resden 2, Grand finch 3 Picnic Race—Miss Marcia 1, Coorg 2,Penitent Girl 3. Handicap Hack Pace. Sweepstake of 2s fid with £1 Is added by the club. About 7 furlongs.—Modestns 1, Toora Boy 2. Rail-wat Handicap, of 10 sov...

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WAAIA [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914

WAAIA Harvest operations are now ov-:r; farmers are busily engaged carting grain into the iocs! railway stv. where the three buyers are kept coot ally doing business. Room cacno: round in the grain shed or on the : ?orm, so the grain is stacked on adk; ground. So bountiful has been theh veas. that although special trains everyday, it is difficult to cope? toe demand for tracks.

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WUNGHNU. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914

WUNGHNU. A very sacoessfal Xmag tree and jarnbla fair was held on Christmas Eve in the Mechanics', in aid of the local Methodist Charch. The building was. packed—opwards of 300 paying a> door. Each child received a piiz^ tir tree, dim I'ri'die acting as •> Q Ctnisciuas," mi was h* bed by Scone. The v-rions stalls and attendants were;— Fancy stall; Evans, Misses W M and Evaca. i freshment : Mesdamas Cook, flit Graham, Wattars, Yoe and Geo. \ ley. Loliy atoll : Misses Yoe. &> son and Wall. Ice cream aud drinks i Misses Pnrdie, GHespie Marks. Prodnce stall ; Misses bonse and Dadley. Bran dip; ! Walters and Mr Will Dadley. y gentlemen rendered excellent sen chief among whom wer->, Messrs E? Marks. Jeffery and De La Rne. affair was a tremendons success - p one was delighted. The financial cess was above all expectations, went home stating that it was finest Christmas treat ever held in township. Next year a very big e! will be made to make it one of the ; Christma...

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