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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

^OBR OP BACKACHE. «• sretw0 Berioas signals of kid The first signal comes from l gjth numeroas schee and pains, jiioond signal oomes in the kid • jretioaf. The nrlne 1® thin and lioo highly oolonred and showing jdaat-like" deposits. Urination «a«nt, too frequent, or excessive, jjuld heed these danger signals faionio complications set in— Kj, Dropsy, Bright'8 disease, poan.s Backache Kidney Pills jind core is simp'e. June® Walsh, late of Numur pow living in OoolamoQ, (,, ®sy®I obtained a bottle *n'» Backache Kidney Pills at igf'c Pharmacy, and used this t for Sidney trouble. I had piftini K. the small of my back jidder trouble. The secretions 4 end contained sediment. Dotn's Backache Kidney Pills tie backache, cured me of the f trouble, and regulated my pni. Daan's Backache Kidney ire splendid for the kidneys, earnestly recommend thee to all infer with these important ^ complaint may arise from things—cold, accident, or the of other complaints, but re er there is only one safe, sure ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sandhurst Trustees' Oo TIETH DIVIDEND DECLARED. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

Sandhurst Trustees' Oo ?IIETH DIVIDEND DE GLARED. ;j fifty-second half-yearly meeb j shareholders of the Sandhursb Northern Distriot Trustees atore and Agency Company :j«i was held ab the office, View ^ on Friday morning. The * (usn (Mr J. H. Abbott) pre lover IT shareholders, repre ag 9250 shares. moving the adoption of bhe re ind balance sheet, the chairman ..ratalsbed the shareholders on the sued prosperity of the oom , The year just ended showed ipensea reduced by £335 com* I with the previous year. The iend payable that day made the ;paid by the company since its ;tion in 1868. The brtal Lands for the 25 years amounted •S# TOO, which meant that the ibolders had received a little 6 per cent per annum for their •y, and the reserves had been ! ap to £12,250. By this it •Id be seen what exceptional rifcy the company gave to clients uting it with their affairs. This ;38, to a great extent, had been to the original directors, only of whom (Mr J. H. Gondge) now on the board. The duty ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

" Brevity is the soul of wit.'' Gokn THERS One Day Cold Tablets can Cure ccld in otja day, Prioo, Ona GUiilinfr,

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

GfcNERAL ITEMS. Daring the year 1913 the police st Tocamwai had no less than 13S cases under the Vagrancy and Drunkards' Act. It evidently was not safe to get 41 shickered ap" at Tocamwai last year, and now it is a matter of wonder what the record will be for 191-4, Madame Nordica, the distinguished vocalist is the latest io give her views on the mack-vexed question of liquor or no liquor. In an interview published in the *4 Lyttieton limes." in dealing with women's snffrage, of which she is an ardent advocate, Madame Nor ics said, " Why, after all. it is the women's voice that is going to bring peace to the w>r!d, The Dalies will go when we get w'men's nnffrag>> thmnghont be world. The !:qi'ir m'e'ests oppose as Mind y u, I bink 1c w a pity -hat men shonld so misuse anything as to make it neces>&ry for women to step in and say 4 Yon mast not have this.' With all th° experience the race has obtained in tke years it should know the evils of intemperence in anythin...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

Has Memoriam. CQDLEY.—In loving remembrance of our dear husband and father, Geobge Dud ley, who died January 29, 1912, Rest in the Saviour, sweetly rest, They n.iss you most who loved you best. —lnse'ted by his loving wife and family. Shi ivUesKoriara. DEMPSTER.—In sad and loving memory of my dear husband, who passed away at 8t. Margaret's Private Hospital, Corowa, on 24th January, 1913, B;st, dair one, thy toil is o'er. Thy IoGng hand' shall toll no more ; No more thy gentle ey s shall weep, Rest, dear one, gently sleep. One of th • best that God could send, Beloved by all. a faithful friend, Called home from those that deeply loved To gain s glnrioua life above. —Inserted by his loving wife, Tot.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNLOVELY NUMURKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

UNLOVELY NUttURKAH. A. stranger in Nucnurkah who listens to the conversation of s ime of its •' lead ing " ^?) citizen? might be held excased if he were to draw the inference that) they would frown upon any proposal for the expenditure of any considerable snm of money on any hiog bat strictly repro ductive work. Utilitarianism is a splen did ''ism," no donbti, when oonfined within decent and reasonable limits, bnt when it is not so confined it is a mischie vous thing, and as such to be depre cated. In tne life of a man good food, and plenty of it. is more tn be desired than good olothing. Indeed, a man conld get along withont clothing at all for the greater part of the year in this climate. But our civilisation demands that a man mnst wear some olothing. if not on the grounds of ability, then on the grounds of decency, (The connota tion of this word " deca'.cy" was un known to our ancestors, and is still un known to the aborigines of this country —it is the prodnot of what we oall c...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

U It is because Mother Seigel's Syrup possesses in a AND remarkable degree the power to tone, strengthen and g regulate tlje .action of the digestive. organs.— the Astomach, liver and bowels—that it is still, after forty 1 vIkA A<w/Xl years' testing; the;best known and .most successful remedy for indigestion, constipation, billiousnesS, and. ai\d LIVER t5ie manJ" distressing ailments which are traceable to 1 a weak or disordered condition of these important organs. If you suffer from indigestion, and wish to a ROUBLES Siv<? Mother Seigel's Syrup a trial, be. sure you get the genuine article. ID " "' ~~ THR— : . . .ii EUi STANDARD REMEDY. DINNA FORG T. We'll a' be There, NUMURKAH CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. ANNUAL GATHERING, Regis-ered V S U. and Wed., Feby 4, *14. Pro ess:or, f m ROIwav f'istfj ■•■:a -j jj n m-tiri'ly 1130 an. * B TELFORD PIPE BA&D ENGAGED. PROGRAMME To C.'.mmpne" a' 12 o'ciook Sharp, Dress. Best Dressed Highlander. First £2, second £1 Besr. Dr...

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 30, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

C/Tr EsTiBUBHED 1895. A Farmers Paper, published lu the in terest! of the rural community. Every Friday, one penny. Friday Moeying, January 30, 191-i. Miss E. Hobday, the well-known viol inist will resume tnitiou at JSamurkah on Tuesday, February 3. The storms of Sunday night and Mon day afternoon did not, as far as c m be learned, do any serious damage. The ohurch services on Sunday event g were Interrupted, and at the Presbyterian Ohnrch the Rev. J. A. Lee had to '■ cat his sermon short." The dasb that blew op in cl. uds filled private resldem oa and nearly snffooated those unfortunate enough to be oat of doors, whilst in the churches the dust laden atmosphere tnrned the bright glow of the electrio lights into gloom—not the " dim, relig loas Ugh*" that Milton spoke -of, bud a sickly, yellow-looking light. The rain teemed down afterwards, and on Monday afternoon and again on Monday night a j further heavy downpour occurred. The Nagamble bowiers have no very ' great reason to be ple...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Temperance Notes. (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

Temperance Notes. (Contributed). After 40 years at the bar and ten years as a judge, I have no hesitation in saying that ninety per cent-, of the crime of this country is caused by indulgence in strong drink — Lord Ooief Janice AlversCoae, Loadon.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

mi ETS The KABO sets up a new standard in Corset |§£j 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. |§| Your appearance, your comfort of mind and body, depend on your Corset. See the New Season's Styles M Be Always See the Newest Styles at BROWN, CORKE & GO'S, NUMURKAH 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. ^ ■ P-M Going around town shopping Js not half had f.un, the only drawback is you see so many nice things you can't afford''to buy. StilJ! It's nice to see them, -and though it sometimes is a bit tiring a cup of tea and a few minutes reist soon put you i ht, and the tea ypu get in some of the *-* -places is'nt half badT~ ' There's one place , where they use nothing only Special Grade Robur," and they do' a roaring trade. It'; - quite...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. TALLYGAROOPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

mi.t intelligence. (From (Jar Owu Oorre3poudeula.) TALLYGAROOPNA. A very enthusiastic meeting of the Tallygaroopna sports club was held on Thursday night in the public hall, when there was a good etteudance of the pub lic. Mr T. J., S iiidilands (President) took the chair, Thp hu'aoce sheet of th-i recent, sports was read, which showed a credit balance of < Ver £33. The Mooroopna H'>epit)->l will benefit to the extent of about £8, and the Tallyga roopna recreation reserve about £25 The President thanked everybody who had worked and moved a special vote of thanks to the ladies, which was carried. Mr B Wood ( ecretary), in thanking everybody for ha willing b!"h> be had received, stated that, the wovk had been a please e to him, and he now wished to give to the public library the sum of £5 ont of his salary, as the library couid well do with s me new books. Mr J. E. Trew'u thanked Mr Wood for his generous offer and the meeting than closed.

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DRUMAMURE v WUNGHNU. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

DBUMAMUEE v WX7NGHNU. The oall of time ended the match be fcween the above teams on Saturday at an interesting stage. Th» latter required 16 runs to win, with one wioket to fall. The match was a draw. Soo es:— DRCMAKURE Stephens, b Freem -n — 0 Gordon, c Qoinn, b Freeman 1 W Tyres, c Quinn, b Freeman 2 Ad Gray, b Quinn — — 10 Sleeman, c Qninn, b Freeman 6 Urozier, b Freeman — 0 Allan Gray, c Stone, b Cook 4S I Tyes. c Nieholls, b Freeman 1" Sullivan, b Cook — — 6 White, c Qumn, b Freeman— 0 Qu:nn, not out — — 0 Sundries — — S Total — — — 9S Bowling—Freeman, 7 wicketB for 26 tuns ; G Dudley, 0 for 21; AOen, 0 for 9; D Quinn, 1 for 8 ; P Quinn, 0 for 3 ; MoDonald, 0 for 10 : Cook, 2 for 14 WUSffHSD Cook, b Sullivan ~ — 7 Allen, o Gordon, b Sleeman— 11 Stone, o and b Sleeman — 5 Jeff>'ry, b W Tyres — 6 Fre°man,c Sullivan, b Crozier 23 C Dudley, c Crozier, b Gray 0 G Dudley, not oat — — 9 D Quinn, o Ad Gray, b Gray 0 P Quinn, b Gray — — 0 McDonald, b Crosier ~ 9 Nicho Is, not out ~ —...

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KATUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

KATDNftA. A very pleasant evening was spent in the local hall on Friday evening, wbpn Messrs W. and A, Devine, sons of Mr and Mrs Jas, Devine; were enter tained at a social evening and presen ter wi'h proof of the esteem in which th^y are held in the district. The irother.< Devine have lived all their lives in the district, and when they made Dp :heir minds to take np farming at Ariar- Park, New Sonth W ales, the residents dpci'ed that they shond be given a fi-,ting " Bend-c ff." There was » large attendance at the social, and the hoars were most pleasantly spent in dancing, a song or two also beiDg given, Dnring an interval Mr Bert Se*rle ex pressed the regret felt by a'i at the •'epartnre of the Messrs Devine and the wish that they might prosper in their new venture. He then handed each of the gnests a pair of sleeve-links and a parse of sovereigns and suitable acknow ledgment having been made, dancing was commenced afresh. A very nine snpper was not the least enjoyable...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

CRICKET. On Foundation Day a team of crick eters trom Wnnghnn visited Shep partoD, and there met a team picked from the players in the 8hepparton Association. Wnnghnn batted first, and at the luncheon adjournment had 5 wickers down for 40. The visitors were then entertained at bhe Gonlbaro Veiiey Hotel, where an appetising spread was laid oat. The asnal speeches were made and the asnal toasts honored and a very harmonious hoar was spent. Continu ing, the Wnnghnn innings closed for 60, Freeman, not oat 21, batting very well. Graham took 5 for 8 Shaw 2 for 9. Feweter 2 for 18. Soepparton made 151.—Fewster 81, Gonn'ay 22, Byass 18, Date 16, Sbaw 15, Nodoan 11 not ont all ba'tinu well. Stone took 5 for 37 and Gray 2 for 27 ^tone showed go d form be hind the wicket?, and the running on* of Lyons by P. Qainn was very neat. Scores :— Wonohnu Allen, o sob. b Graham ... 8 Marshall, o Shaw, b Graham ... 11 Gray, b Shaw ... 2 P. Qainn, Ibw, b Fewster ... 1 Stone, c Lyons, b Fewster ... 2 Freem...

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NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

NATHALIA. At the police conrt on Thursday Jame3 Vliller was fined £1, with 12s 6d costs, for entering an hotel bar whilst a pro hibition order against him was in force. H. Ackland was fined £2 with 12s fid coats, for supplying a prohibited .arson wi-h liqnor. Two parents — R. Tnckett (3 cases) and F. Northcott were fined 2s in each case for neglec ting to send their children to school the required number of days. That fetl disease, consumption, has claimed yet another victim, Mr Timothy Doherty, eldest son of Mr and Mrs ,J. Doberty, suocnmbiDg to that complaint on Thursday evening last, to the deep regret of a wido circle of friends. The greatest sympatb is felt for the berea ved relatives in their trial, The naeral took nlac on S oar lay, the Rev Father Qr ffia conducting the last rites as 'he graveside. A meeting of importance to the dis trict was held in the Public Ball on Thursday last, and should have been better attended than it was by rate oayers. The 'regress Associoti'Hi ha...

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Subscriptions Received. We beg to acknowledge the following subscriptions to THE LEADER to December 31, 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

Subscriptions Received. We bos; to acknowledge the following snbscrlptions to Tqf, Leader to Decem ber 81. 1913 Mrs R. A. Frasor, Messrs R. Ellis, T. Spoucor, Mrs F. C. Foster, Mrs <A Cobblodic.-, R. Patterson, Ft. G Norm, Caldwell Bros., E. Brensinpr, C. F. Mailer, P. Olnr.-y, Onbblodic'r Bros.. H. Y.alo, sen , F, Ptiuuioit, F. Staple.-, E. Brown, Yielimt ; J. B'aok.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

SOROSES SKI.N FOOD. Every woman who wishes to appear beautiful should ase " SOROSES " lot the skin, it being unsurpassed in pre* serving the complexion. Soroses Skin Food is freshening* softening, cleansing, and beautifying* makes all blemishes anoh as pimples* freckles, wrinkles, sqnbnrn and salloff* ness disappear like magio. Price 2s 6d per jar. Obtainable at all chemists and stores, A HINT TO THE WISE. Music hath charms to soothe the savage breast. Buy J. T. John's Boots, which have always stood the test For quality and value, and they ffi*5 your feet a rest, I When seen npon your feet you always I hrok weUdrtseed*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

}-■: -'W hotel - mm?an Biurxe Street iA£™T£o"p) Melbourne. The $icaasioa is too well known to need comment. | £§ls/ Srerything aader the direct sa^c-vision o^ ^ " - a... v— Proprietor, assisted by a mostj|com' patent stall. C i A i eta liiacAliat vii JPastoraliat oar First Consideration. I rspeotfnliyjSoIioit a Trial, 'A. DONALDSON , PROPRIETOR, ^THE FfKWi^ COURT HOUSE HOTEL, NATHALIE A. ONLY BEST WINES AND SPIRITS SEPT, SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION STABLING, EORSES & VEHICLES ON HIRE. I. EREDMAN, Proprietor. s* a isti -f __z.— v __ *»v ^ &.=• f.- p. i - "MW .-Air wi ''Vv-4 ehi / : ■- .JS > i;.-3 'J CRICKET BALLb. s. d. Wisden's Special Crown 8 6 "M.S.D." Special ..76 Stoddart gut sewn ..76 Duke's Match .. ..6 6 " Prince*' .. .. 6 6 Express .. ..56 Hercules, silk sewn *. 56 *v Titan," for hard use 5 o Demon Match .. .. 46 " Star" ieather .. 40 Eciipse Compo. si oz. 2 6 "Atlas" do 30 " Strate " do. .. .. z 6 Postage jd. extra. Bdttinsr filortfi. Padded (extra light), &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

Snakebite (Lindar-Branton's). Will go ia the W«fc pooket. Bhonld be in every farm hoo#e, Yon never know when it will be needed Pionickere, fishermen, etc. should always oarry one, *■ PRICE, Is. =—==~ = a 'u\i L i 8a»ll tablets for making n wash for ashing, tired and sore feet. Help to dispel fatigue daring the hot days of Sammer. Wa stock all the beat fly killers. Sdteono Rj Eiiersifialof, Is, Daisy Fly Killer, pries is Hf&Ts Ry Papers, 3d 6b 10. Iif&tlbaoe, Id tin, fflertein? 9d tic. Mortela Blower 6d each, iasecticide, 7d tin. With any of th6 above yoa can keep year hoase free of flies. Xmas Perfumery, Sachet Cards, Toilet Soaps, etc. We have a good as sortment, Prices reasonable. There's Unlimited Pleasure For You in a Kodak. — There's the fan of picture-taking at home, on holidays—on all occasions the interest of the daylight development and printing and the imperishable joy of the pictures These pictures have an added value of having been made by yourself—they a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

Keep your blood puro, and resist dis" ease. Geenther's Sars iparil'a Ounjpou.iil and Special Blauds Pills are two of Gio best medicines. Guenther, Ohenxiat, Ku mnrkab.

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