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Numurkah Band Ball. THE BALANCE-SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
Numurkah Band Ball THE BALANCE-SHEET. The result of the Ball held in aid of Numurkah Band, as shown by the aceorn pauying balance-sheet, is that the funds will benefit to the total amount of £14 7s lid. The ladies committee and all who assisted are to be congratulated on this gratifying result of their labors. Details are as follow :— Cr. By sale of tickets and donations £21 3 6 Dr. To Numurkah "Standard," pro grammes and advts — £0 15 6 Misses Belt (music) — 2 5 0 Brown, Corke and Co. (hire crockery) — — 0 11 7 Hire Mechanics' Hall — 1 17 6 Numurkah "Leader," admis sion tickets — 0 7 0 Doorkeepers — —0 10 0 Was aud Boracic — '0 3 O Extra goods — — §060 Balance in hand — — 14 7 11 £21 3 6
OUR QUESTION BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
OUE .QUESTION BOX. WHY do you always draw attention to the Service for Holy Communion in capi tal letters ?—Because it is the principal service for Sunday.—It is the only Ser vice which comes down to us from Apos tolic time3 when the disciples "met to gether on the Lord's Day to break bread." Our blessed Lord ordained but one public service, one act of public worship, and one only. He did not appoint two or three varieties of services, and leave every man free to choose which he should attend. He appointed one for christians of every sort, and of every age, to be the "ordinary Christian Service." The one service appointed by Him is the Holy Communion. Thus it is the ONLY Divinely appointed act of Christian public worship. The Holy Communion was the only public Service known to the early Christians. "Going to Church" meant first of all going to celebrate the Holy Eucharist, or Holy Communion as we also call it. The common practics oi making morning or evening prayer the chief service...
MEETINGS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
MEETINGS, ETC. Wednesday, Sth—Rector at Inver gordon. Thursday, 9th—Rector at Wunghnu. Heralds of the King, St Columb's, 8 p.m. Sunday next—HOLY COMMUJWQN"' KU1IUEKAH 7.30 a.m... ^^11 a.m. Confirmaf:.^. Addr6sg after Even. e0"£, i\umurkah. Tuesday, 13th—VeBtry Meeting, Nu murkah, 7.30 p.m. Wednesday, July 14—Rector at Mywee and Strathmerton. Confirmation Class, 7 p.m. HYMNS for next Sunday—(5th Sunday after Trinity.)—31, 216, 272, 273, 166, 215,218. (H.C. 321, 552. 555.) Subject—" Neutrality in Religion is impossible." Meditation this week—St John 2, vs 40-1.
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
CHURCH SERVICES. Presbyterian Church.—Services will be oonduofced next Sunday as follow :— Numurkah 11 and 7, Drumanure 3, Eev J. A. Lee. Oobram Charge—Naring 11, Yarroweyab 3, Cobram 7, Eev Harvey Methodist Church.—Servioea next Sunday are as follow:—Numurkah 11, Eev White ; Numurkah 7, Wunghnu 11, Baulkamaugh Sth 3, Eev Hiatt; Wun ghnu 7, Kaarimba 3, Waaia 11, Eev Yeo; Cobram 11 and 7, Sfcrafchmerton 3, Eev Inch; Baulkamaugh 11, Mr J. Fowler ; Baulkamaugh Sth 7.30, Mr Kilpatricb ; Naring 3, Mr W, Fowler ; Marungi 11, Mr Cook ; Congupna West 3, Mr Green ; Bunbartha 3, Mr Eoe; Koonoomoo 2 30, Mr Martindale. Church oy England—See Chnroh of England oolumn. Methodist Church, Nathalie Circuit Services will be held on Sunday sb follows —Nathalie ll.Yalca 3, P'cola W. 7. Rev. W. Clemens; Picola North 11, Kot upna 3, Nathalia 7, Mr Taylor ; Narloka 3, Mr Harding ; Yalca South 11, Bearii 2.30, Mr G. Fowler. Presbyterian Church, Nathalie Circuit— Services will be held on Sunday next as follo...
SOCIAL AND PRESENTATION. TO MR J. W. S. YROLAND, L.L.B. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
SOCIAL AND PRESENTATION, TO MB J. W. S. YROLAND, L.L.B. On Monday evening last week the Barmah East State-school was crowded to overflowing by the friends of Mr J. W. S. Vroland and his sister, Miss Vroland, who were present to mark their appreciation of their work in the school and district and to say farewell to Mr Vroland, who has resigned from the Education Department to qualify as a barrister. The chair was taken by Cr Jas. Ross, Master A. Baldwin made the first presentation on behalf of the scholars. He said that on behalf of all the pupils of the school he had to say that they al sincerely regretted that Mr Vroland was leaving them, as they had all learned to love and respect him daring the four years he had been their teacher, and they all desired to make him a small recog nition of the great kindness he had shown and words of advice he had given, and as a token of their esteem he asked him to accept a pair of gold sleeve links. They hoped that ho would be successful in his ...
Forthcoming Agricultural Shows. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
Forthcoming Agricultural Shows. September. 21-26. Royal Agricultural Society, Melbourne. 80. Farrawonga. • 30. Elmore. October. 1, Yarrawonga, 7, St Arnaud. 8. Boort. 8. Oasteiton . ' - • 8. Berrigan. 13-14. Earoa. 13-14-15. Bendigo, 16. Seymonr. 20-21. Tatnra. 21. Rntherglen. 22. NUMURKAH. 22. Werribee. 27-28. Shepparton. ^ 28. Whittlesea. 28. Biccha:! MarBh.®;^ 29. North Gippslaud (Sale). 31. Warrnambool. November, 4. Dookie.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
THE Federal Cash Store ra? &S 2f\£ GR0CS —— Quality and Prices Right. Ironmongery, Crockery, Glassware, A splendid assortment to choose from dairy produce We mete a speciality of Dairy Better. and New Laid Eggs, Hides, Skins. Tallow, Wheat, Eggs, Batter. We bav in any quantity, HIGHEST PRICE8 GIVEN. Agent for The Fsmovi3 Alfa Laval Cream Separator. Inspection of the Latest Model invited. H, V. McKay's Sunshine Harves ters, Farm Implements and Machinery. A Large Stock of Duplicates on hand. WELL BORING.—2 gangs of Espert Borers engaged. Estimates Given. f. gTsleep, FEDERAL CASH STORES, NUMURKAH. 4 HSJ&E. THE . . Telegraph Hotel NUMURKAH. BottlejDepartiiiieat a Specialty. L. A. 8YMM0NS, Proprietress. A- A. ABOTOMEY, FS-0,1., (Fellow Spencer Optical Institute). QUALIEIED EYESIGHT SPECIALIST. Known all over South Australia, —WILL VISIT NUMUBKAH— All day Friday, to 11.30 a.m. Saturday, July 31 and August 1, at Farmers' Arms Hotel, COBB AM—2 p.m. Saturday to 12 p,m. Monday...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
ScMsJ-OLMusic, SAXTOST STREET, NUM-CSS A Violin, Singing and Pianoforte ; and all Theory Subjects Tanghb. R. J. PECHOTSCH, Master Musician. PIGOLA GOURSI^O CLUB WEDNESDAY, 15th. Puppy Stakes, Picola Stakes unlimited number at 10s 6d. Entries close, Tuesday, 1-ith at 8 o'clock. Draw after. Tickets, 2s Gd, —J. Reynolds, J. Hawks, hou, sees. Presbyterian Church, NUMURSCAH.' SERVICES next Sabbath, ll a.m, and 7 p.m. Preacher—Reveph Jos, A, Lee Morning Subject— " PRESBYTER1ANISM." Induction of an Elder. Full attendance of members requested, Evening Subject— " THE BURNING BUSH " Of special interest to young people. ALL WELCOME. Numurkah District and Distress Relief Society THE Annnal Meeting of the above will be held in the Mechanics' Hall on Thursday afternoon next at 4 o'clock, Busines—Important. A. M. FALCONER, Hon. Sec. The Catholic Ball TUESDAY. JULY 28, 1914. Excellent Floor and Music Guaranteed, Good Supper. Numurkah Mechanics', Double Ticket 7/6. Extra Lady 2/6. H. SEGRAVE, Hon. S...
HOSPITAL DEMONSTRATION. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. MAKING THE ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 July 1914
HOSPITAL DEMONSTRATION. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. MAKING THE ARRANGE- MENTS. A wrll-attended meeting of the com- mittee of the hospital and Mechanics' demonstration was held on Wednesday evening, Mr. J. E. Harper (President) in the chair. Ladies' Committee. The President reported that a ladies' committee had been appointed and offi- cers elected. There was every reason to believe that the ladies, as always, would enter into their work with whole- hearted enthusiasm. Sub-Committees. It was decided to hold a fancy-dress procession as usual, and Messrs. E. A. Krutli (convener), C. T. Trengrove and A. Pretty were deputed to make ar- rangements. Messrs. R. Kilpatrick and C. Corlett were appointed to advertise the demon- stration. Concert Committee—Rev. William- son, Messrs. L. Fraser, E. A. Bennett and A. McPherson. It was agreed that special efforts should be made to provide novelty sports for the afternoon, and to attend to this department the following were appointed ;—Messrs F. W. Coop...
THE SENATE ELECTIONS. MR S. MAUGER AT NUMURKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 July 1914
THE SENATE ELECTIONS. MR S. MAUGER AT NUMUR KAH. Mr S. Mauger, one of the " Senate Six,"' addressed a well-attended meeting on Monday evening last. The shire President (Or W. A. Campbell) occu pied the chair. Mr Manger, who was well received, said the interest being evinced in the political fight was almost phenomenal, angtiring well for the political fatnre ot Commonwealth. He intended speaking on broad principles, and avoid any un necessary personal references. After outlining the causes which led to the double dissolution, and remarking on the varying attitudes in regard thereto taken by Mr Hughes, Mr Mauger said the Commonwealth- was face to face with responsible government, and that party government was on its trial. It had been said that the House of Com mons was looked upon with suspicion, as it was suspected tbat members simply voted as » party and not always in the best interests of the nation. What was true of the Commons was undoubtedly true of the Australian Federal Hous...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 July 1914
DYSPEPSIA. AND COMMON SENSE. The man or woman who is a victim of dyspepsia can't possibly enjoy any thing like good health. For, mind yon, when once the stomach gets out of or der, then the digestive system—-stomach, liver, and bowels—is likely to be affected, so yon go from bad to worse. Con sidered as one, the stomach, liver and bowels may be truthfully said to be something like a delicately balanced machine. When a angle part of the mechanism, say the stomach goes wrong, there is an immediate danger that it will upset the whole, throw it out of order, and bring about a general break-down. To prevent or to banish dyspepsia you can't do better than assist your digestive organs by taking an occasional dose of Mother Seigel's Syrup, the world-famous herbal remedy for stomach and live*? troubles. It has been before the "world lor over 40 years. Each year, each week, in fact, cases have been re corded where dyspeptics have found relief by resorting to this fine old f»mily remedy, and n...
Numurkah Agricultural Society SPECIAL MEETING. 1s 6d TARIFF RETAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 July 1914
Numurkah Agricultural Society SPECIAL MEETING. la Gd TARIFF RETAINED. A Bpecial meetir g of members of the above was held on Saturday after noon, when there was a large attend ance, the Pr sident (Mr F. G. S'eep) in the chair. Welcome to New Membe-s. The President heartily welcomed severe 1 Dew members of the scci ty to the meeting. He was particularly glad to ree so many young.members present, and hoped they wculd attend meetings r- gula ly aod help the society along ; 1 he Tariff. Mr W, Oildwrll, pursuant to no t;ce, moved that the resolution in ert" asi> g the admission fee to thp grounds &lt; n show day be rescinded. / Mr 0. T. Tr6nsrova sec nded. / Mr J. S. Christie opposed, fth* position of the scci ty was a p-ccariou? on5. The assess were not so valuable as appear d on paper. In looking round to ascer'ain where avings eould be effected or revenue increased he came to the conclusion that the tariff should be increased. He had moved in that di ec ion from an honesb c...
University Extension Lectures. SECOND LECTURE TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 July 1914
University Extension Lectures. ■ — -■■■ SECOND LECTURE TO-NIGHT. We would remind our readers that the second lecture in the series of Uni vorsity lectures will be given by Mr T. Carlton Sutton (Physics Laboratory University), on " The Exploration of the Upper A.ir," this (Friday) evening, at 8 o'clock in the Pr-s'byterlan Hal'. While the cost for the wholo five lectures still to be given is 2s 6d for a sing ticket, it has been decided to charge one shilling for single lectures to those who are attending only one or two. The titles and dates of lectures are as follows :— July 24—" What Chemistry can do for the Farmer."—Heler Green, D.So. (Lecturer in Agricultural Chemistry University.) Aug. 7.—l' Birds of Australia,"— J. A, Leach, D.Sc. (Irspector of Schools.) Aug. 21—" The Dawn of HisTory in Europe, with reference to the culture of the Bronze and early Iron Ages."—W. Kerry, M.A. (Lecturer, U:ivereity.) Sep. 4.—" The Migration of Man, Acc:ent and Modern."—Professor ft. J, A. Berry, M...
OTHER MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 July 1914
OTHER MATCHES. Katamatite journeyed to Wunghnu and a fine friendly game was witnessed. The play throughout was very even and it was only in the last quarter that Wunghnu gaiued the day, the final scores being—Wunghnu, 5 goals 11 behinds ; Katamatite, 4 goals 10 behinds. Rough enough for anyone was the verdict of the match at Drumauure in whfch the locals were beaten by Tally. Strathmerton on the local ground met and defeated Boomanoomana, thus scor ing their first win for the season.
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 July 1914
NEWS AND NOTES, Reader, are you going to take the SUP PLEMENT to this column, issued monthly, sixteen pages, illustr.ted P Good Church reading. One Shilling per -annum. Commence with July issue now available. By taking it you will help along this column. Some of this month's contents—The Defence Act, Egypt, Leonardo Da Vinci's "Last Supper," Humor and Music, Rajah or Christian—a choice, Napoleon Bona parte and Our Lord, Suicide. Supplement subscriptions received since last i sue—Mr D. Davies Is. Holy Baptism, St Columb's, Wunghnu, July 12th, at Holy Communion—Gordon Wesley Mills. The date of the Wangaratta Synod has been altered to Aug. 4th. The Rector has received a letter from the Bishop appointing October ISth the date for Confirmation at Numurkah and Strathmerton. His Lordship warmly approves of the scheme of building a now brick Church at Numurkah provided it does not mean too large a debt to begin with. A meeting of ladies will be held at the committee room of the Mechanics', ...
NARING DIP v. MARUNGI. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 July 1914
NARING DIP v. MARUNGI. A. very exciting and closely contested game was played on the Naring Dip ground. Daring the last quarter the the visitors, who were in full force, had the best of the play and a good wind to help them and scored 2 goals to nil. In the next two quarters the play was very fast and crowded. Naring scor ing 1.4 to Marungi's 1 point. Williams had charge of the game and gave gen eral satisfaction. The final scores were —Maruagl 2.1, Naring Dip 1 6
NOTES ON CONFIRMATION. ANSWERS TO A FEW MISCONCEPTIONS (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 July 1914
NOTES ON CONFIRMATION. Answers to a Few Misconceptions (Continued). 1. " The boy is too young to under stand Holy Communion." Quite true. If we were to wait until we were old enough to understand this Holy Mystery we should wait for ever. We shall never understand it, though we put off our Confirmation until we are seventy years old. Grace does not merely depend upon understanding. If we are old enough to sin, and to understand what sin is, we are old enough to receive HELP. All that can be done during the preparation is to teach the Gospel truths and show what we truly believe, and then trust to God that He will make the Sacraments effica cious in the lives of those who seek help through them. 2. " Confirmation demands so much—I must, if I am confirmed, give up every thing; I mustn't go to theatres, I mustn't dunce, in fact, I inus; give up all may enjoyments " Answer: Whatever is sinful must certainly not be indulged in. Chris tianity demands that. You renounced that at your Bapti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 July 1914
SOROSES HAIR TONIO. This preparation Is ansurpasBed as a hair food and dandruff preventative. A little sprinkled on the head night and morning, and gently massaged into the scalp, renders baldness impossible. Soroses Hair Tonic -will absolutely grow hair, and prevent it from falling oub. It imparts a beautiful glossy sheen, and brings oub all the natural brightness of the hair. Price 3s 6d. Obtainable at all ohemlsts and stores.