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A.W.N L. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
A.W.N L. ANNUAL MEETING. The annnal meeting of the A.W.N. League was held in the Mechanics* Ha'l on Friday last, when there was a large attendance of members, the President, Mrs T. Wearne, in the chair. A letter was read from Mrs J. T. K. White (late secretary), thanking the ladies of the league for their handsome gift of a silver cake basket on her removal from No murkab. The President reported on the business dona at the conference of delegates at Shepparton on 23rd June. The President on retiring from the chair thanked the committee aad mem bora generally for their support during her term of office. They had all worked most harmoniously together, and she hoped that the same spirit would prevail during the coming year. V: The election of officers then took J/}place as follows:—President, Mrs T. *yT Wearne (re-elected) ; vice-Presidents, Meadames Williams & Inrkin (re-elected), F. G. Moss and Beunect ; secretary, Mrs Donning ; treasurer, Miss H. M. Wil liams (re-elected) ; ...
Alleged Unlawful Possession of Money. TWO YOUNG MEN ACQUITTED. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
Alleged Unlawful Possession of Money. TW"0 YOUNG MEN ACQUITTED. At the Numnrkah Conrt of Petty Sessions on Wednesday, before Mr R. Knight, P.M., two young men named Thomas Stratton and Samuel Lambert were charged, on the information of Constable Thomas, with being unlaw fully iQ possession of money suspected to have been stolen. Inspector Cork hill prosecuted, and Mr D. C. Morrison appeared for accused, who pleaded not guilty. In opening the case the Inspector said that on June 8 a man named Smith was drinking in Numnrkah in company with accused and another man named Brown (who had not been appre hended). Smith missed some money he had in his possession, and from in formation received accused were arrested. Terrence Owen Smiih deposed that he came to Nnuurkah on Jnne 8. He had in his possession fonr £10 notes, four £1 notes, and a cheque for £5 15s 9d, Met a man named " Gee" Brown on the railway bridge, and agam on tuS' 10th, after he had missed his money. Could not remember being i...
TALLYGAROOPNA v. NUMURKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
TALLYGAROOPNa 7. KAH. ^ Tallygaroopna were " at horns't i Numnrkah, and being a happy had » 8brong combination in the The same cannot be said o£ the V murkab club, and those who mafcV' trip to Tally to witness the tnitch'^ rather surprised to see ore of ^ leading players on the boundary. jn mor has it that the team should'*;;, done be'ter at Katamatit0, but in minds of many who witnessed ;'■! game, little doubt exists timthe^ of trouble on that occasion lay fact that the blue and vrhkes ^ j a little overmatched, more espsh i as the players of whom many ^ j things have been said were i men who did the lion's share c^' j work, Saturday's match at h", j again clearly demonstrated tints greatest weakness in the | team lies in the forward lh« i, time and again when the bs'4 Well within scoring range adv^1 could not be taken of the chatr-i.'i fered, though Tally also suffered?-! what from the same complaint ~l game needs little description, jusy say, that from the bounce tot'^sS bell the ...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. MUNDOONA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. [From Oar Own Correspondents.] MUiNDOONA. The rain still beeps off, and in moving over a big area of country with the gnn clnb it is seen that prospeots are any thing bat satisfaotory. Grain that has not yet come through the ground has bat s very poor chance now, even if a good rain does come. Arbour day was celebrated at the Mundoona school, and every echolar had the pleasure of planting one tree. With a little care and attenti;n the trees should do well, and will go a long way towards beautifying the school /ground. The Sunday-school anniversary at Kaarimba was celebrated last Sunday. The Rev. Inch, of Cobram, conducted both services to crowded congregations, and be was listened to very attentively. The afternoon service was devoted chiefly to the children, whose singing, under .She capable tuition of Miss Elsie Moss, /was s special feature of the services, the different pieces beiDg well rendered. Miss Beits presided at the organ. The concert is to be held ...
MUCKATAH v. WUNGH[?] [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
MUCJxATAH v. WUNGHJf-. On the local ground Macks and had a good bit the best ol rongh set-to with Wnnghr ^ which the visitors scored I:-l hinds, as against 10 goals Is - registered by Mnckstah. Of i- £ team—T. Leavey, Parcel!. Mnrchison and Hehir were sou* most prominent. For Wat.-"? Anderson, Pinchbeck, Boa's v ming and LinebaD,
NARING SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
NARING SOUTH. The people of Dunbnlbslane are. de lighted to hear that Mr Bart Hodge is going to organise a shoot for the pur pose of raising fnnds to instal a silent telephone bureau at Dunbulbalane post office. A very pleasant afternoon was spent at the Naring Tennis Court last Thurs day, when Katamatite club again paid a visit to Naring. Some very good play was witnessed. The scores were—Naring 34 games, Katamatite 33, Naring winning by one game. Afternoon tea was provided by the local ladies, Mrs Lynch very kindly providing and mak ing the tea.
TALLYGAROOPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
TALLYGAROOPNA. On Sunday last the nevr Methodist Chvrch was formally opened in the presence of a large crowd of district residents, who saw in the new building the consummation of an ideal to which they had been working for some con siderable time. The church is a hand some one of brick 40 ft. x 27 ft., provided with a vestry, and cost nearly £700, of which over £500 was sub scribed direct, the balance being raised by special efforts. The opening service was conducted by the Rev. Ernest Smith, whilst the choir rendered special anthems with fine eSect.
W. AND M. R. ASSOCIA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
W. AND M. R. ASSOCI i Football is having a cbeq&ff in the Western and Moira B-j sociation. There have been ;1 and resignations, and tines i°?| fines paid. The latest littis^ cnrred on Satnrdsy. when in&f Moira match the latter team^ play nnder the umpiring ofP-lg The team thooght his decisc*| vions matches had been agarns1 f • out merit and would not tab'-;; The difficnlty was got over Strang consenting to nfflp! pleasant game resnlted in J r, Picola, the scores being—Pv1' ^ 6 points, Moira 2 points, On Wednesday .the mstti t v. Kotupna. on the home •' - won easily by the former c * teams complained to be si1 r m^n. It was rather an Nathalia by o.ll to 2.2. f Barmah met OnmmeragM»b. by point. i , At a meeting of delegate-- 'V;. Barmah East wine palace won by Nathalia against Pfc' awarded to the latter" team that Brown, an anregisterea been allowed to play. t 1 1
PICOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
PICOLA. A coursing club has been formed here, with WLessrs J. Reynolds and J. Hawks as hon. secretaries. The first meet will take place on Wednesday next, 15th, when Puppy Stakes and the Picola Stakes, each for an unlimited number of dogs at 10s 61 each, will be run. En tries close at 8 o'clock on Tuesday evening, and the draw will take place immediately after. The ladies of the district will supply luncheon to those who attend the meet.
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
TENXIS. i Messrs P Sprague and 0 ^|. beat Messrs Wm Donald «" | (N)-6-5. u$ Messrs Kennedy and Messrs W and M O'Kane j ' essrs W and li ; v-^ Messrs P O'Kane and Messrs J Davis and II essrs J Davis ana m Misses E. Charles and L .'&lt;a beat Misses M Murcbison »EU H (N)—6-1. - Misses V Nelson and ana Misses Andrews and McC» . ,jj Misses 0 Morris and L> w Misses Hughes and ECC^^ Miss Nelson and Mr E L jfei beat Miss MoCabe and Mr k Miss Andrews and M* pj beat Miss Patrick and 0 0 Totals—Naring, 31 g3^ ' 33 games. —
NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
NATHALIA. The contractor for the power house in connection with the town's electric light ing soheme have commenced work. A. promotion that is well deserved has taken Mr W. G. Duncan from the local office to the central telegraph branch. Mr Dnncan won golden opin ions here for his courtesy and attention, and he has our best wishes for a further upward step. Eagles are becoming rather numerous in the district. One has been shot by Mr H. Grinter in the vicinity of the town measuring 6ft. 6in, from tip to tip of wing. These birds attack young Iambs, and are a source of annoyanoe to the landholder. A second hare shoot took place at Yielima on the 30tb, when 38 gnns turned out. Hares were not numerous, but 130 fell, the principal scores being made by Mr H. Heold 8, B. and J. Lyle and T. MoGarthy 7 each, W. and M. Thompson, J. Bradley and J. O'Brien 6 each. The excitement was so intense that one sportsman, well known and high up in the district rifle dab, carried his gnu unloaded for an h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
GOOD CLOTHES 1W AKI£ A OIFFISKIEMCE TO THE APPEARANCE OF ANY MAN, AND WE GUARANTEE PERFECT FIT & STYLE. Oar list of satisfied customers is on the increase. We spare no effort to give complete satisfaction to the man who entrusts his or der to us. Let us please you. We are pleasing others, why not 1 OUR NEW STYLE SAC SDITS. Perfectly Cut, MADE and Finished. This is value unbeatable and is winning us friends daily. LADIES' COSTUMES Are one of our leading lines and we have never been so successful in Ladies' Tailoring as this season. Replenish your wardrobe from OUR MERCERY DEPARTMENT, and your wish to be fashionable will be realized. COMFORTABLE SHAPES IN COLLARS AND FASHIONABLE TIES. CORRECT WEIGHTS IN UNDERWEAR, HATS, ETC., ETC. THE BEST VALUE ALWAYS 013TAINA BLE AT I, TAILOR AND MERCER. Melville-st., NUMURKAH, Phone 22 J. Punt Road, COBRAM. 'Phone 26J yfo) nf n ru] - nnfiWfF® 0 raliidd 01 MM lata lafimMfcgn LATE COXON'S OARAQE, ELVILLE STREET, H U M U H K A H . CARS ■ n : L...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
nn iw /S\ fifiMr! ltj:. :~3 s 1 ..-x BRET day Monday, the 13th to prepare for the Sale. f T W ft I RKAH. HOTEL - Bourke Street (aIZdq^p) Melbourne, - m 0 The Situation 19 too wel'l known to need oomment. Everything nnder the direct snpb-vision of the Proprietor, assisted by a most com petent staff. The Agriculturalist and Fastoralist oar First Consideration, I respectfully Solicit a Trial. A. DONALDSON, PROPRIETOR, LEX, -DUNK, illSHIKG UaDEBT!EBB AHB GjiNJJBA-L BUILDBB liTILLE SBTEET, FUMCBKAH e Framing a Specialty, Bepair anted !r all Branclies of the Building ade. Monumental Tombstones and Mltngi, at Lowest Possible Bates, Eearse, Mourning Coach, Etc. lie 32, YIELIMA. Bkcksmitt ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY ED 6 HARVESTERS A SPECIALITY. Wood Work Made and Repaired. * Agent for T. Robinson's Famona FEDERAL HARVESTERS AMD ALL FARM IMPLEMENTS. Ifootballs, match ii. D. Special _ tw. - ... 15/6 rfs Beit * 6 "Atl«" [f6 " Metsor" ~ \£ :: 7'l H Sewn £:(. 1* ... ~ f ^tion (round shape) 10/6,14 /a...
The Numurkah Leader ESTABLISHED 1895. A Farmers Paper, published in the interests of the rural community. Every Friday, one penny. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
E3SA.BMCHED 1885. A Farmers Paper 3 published la the *u leresfE of the rural community. Every Friday, one penny. Friday Morning, July 10, 1914. " Australia and New Zealand are full of aspiring reciters and public speakers," says W. A. Somerset in the July issue ofLife," just to hand, and in order to satisfy some at least of the aspirations of these would-be orators Mr Alexander Watson, the famous English elocutionist, explains in an interview his methods of vocal trainiug and elocution. It is a really valuable exposition on the art of reciting and speaking in public, and should prove valuable not merely to those competitors for distinction in the nu merdus competitions that are held throughout Australasia, but all whose duties call upon them for pablic speaking. The chemist was wrapping a bottle up quick, But the boy was as cute as a rat, For he cried : "I say, mister ! you're just a bit slick— Ho, you don't catch me paying for that ! I know what I want !—I was told to be sure Tc ge...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
ill ^emoriaQii KILLMISTBR.—In sad and loving memory of my dearly loved hus band, and fatker of little Eddie, who died 13th July, 1912, Farewell, my dearest husband, Sweet thoughts of you I keep, And many a silent tear I shed While others sre asleep. Dearly loved and deeply mourned. —Inserted by bis loving wife an! child.
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
golf. si • fhS4 ■? It is the intention ot 'Club.to hold an open too" ^ 18th and 19th August, *«J* * will be decided, for .r»?» fi^ to £16 5s. As this 13 fteg namenh he'd in the Go ^ committee should recall It is hoped to have to , 5 tabliahed aa an annual nfl ^ annual ball will be bwo