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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 21 August 1914

SOROSES SKIN FOOD. Every woman who wishes to appear beautiful should use "SOROSES" for the skin, it being unsurpassed in pre serving the complexion. Soroses Skin Food is freshening, softening, cleansing, and beautifying, makes all blemishes such as pimples, freckles, wrinkles, sunburn and sallow ness disappear like magic. Price 2s 6d per jar. Obtainable at all chemists and ■stores. SOUND ADVICE. WLen you're in want of Footwear, and wondering where you can get Boots of undoubted quality that will stand both dry and wet, Come to J. T. John's where all your desires can be got, In Melville-street, Numnrkah you'll easily find his shop. Shire of Numurkah. BY LAW NO. 26. A BY-LAW of the Shire of Nu murkah made under Section 197 of the local Government Act 1908, and numbered 26 for providing for lighting of vehicles on Sbire Roads. In pursuance of the powers confer red by the Local Government Act 1908, the President, Councillors, and ratepayers of the Shire of Numurkah order as follows : — ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 21 August 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Methodist Church,—Servioes next Sunday are as follow:—Numurkah 11, Wunghnu 7, Congupna West; 3, Rev Inch; Numurkah 7, Baulkamaugh Sth 3, Waaia 11, Rev Hiatt; Wunghnu 11, Bunbartha 3, Rev Yeo; Cobram 11, Koonoomoo 2 30, Mr devenisli Cobram g, Mr Martindale ; Baulkamaugh 11, Mr J. Fowler ; Baulka maugh Sth 7.30, Mr Caldwell; Naring 3, Mr Jaffray, Strathmerton 3, Mr Arthur ; Marungl 11, Mr Cook ; Kaarimba 3, Rev White. presbyterian CHURCH.— services will be conducted next Sunday as follow :— Numurkah, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. ; Drum anure, 3 p.m.—Rev. J. A. Lee. Waaia, 11 a.m. ; Yalca, 3 p.m. ; Ratunga, 7 p.m.—mr Alexander. Church of England—See Church of england column. Methodist Church, Nathalia Circuit Services will be held on Sunday as follows —Nathalia 11, Narioka 3. Bearii 7, Mr Taylor ; Yalca Somh(s,)ll, Bearii 2.30, Nathalia 7, Rev. W. Clemens ; Picola North 11, P'cola W, 7, Mr Yale ; Kot upna 3, Mr Pederick ; Narioka 3, Mr i Martin. Presbyterian Church, Nathalie Cir...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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"BONNIE SCOTLAND." [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 21 August 1914

» BONNIE SCOTLAND." I left London on a bright, snnny morning, three weeks ago. The journey ffas through bean'ifnl English country. The first town of note " over the border" jg Melrose, and lovely undulating country it is. After that town the names were very broad Scotch. As I travelled by the .midland express we pass Edinburgh en route. Here some friends of Malacca met me, and we spent a merry half-hour, when I resumed my jonrney to Glasgow. After eleven honrs travelling my destination for the j time being was reached. Relatives here claimed me, and a right royal time I am having amongst them. The first day we spent IrrVing ronnd this " city on the C>yde,*5 ^he Cathedral being one building of keen interest to me. In the gronnds snrronDding the Cathedral are bnried the dead of past generations. Here I found a burying place had belonged to oar family since the year 1600, this date being engraved over the tomb. The Cathedral holds mnch of interest. The tattered remains of flags that...

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Temperance Notes. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 21 August 1914

Temperance Notes. (Contributed.) At the Heads,—Qnoenscliff hotel" keepers have been ■warned against supplying liquor to any of the men. From 6 o'clock until sundown the men are monceuvring. Mr A. A. Farthing, M L.A„ told the Reduction Board, on 5>h June, that the bedroom trade of a rest dental hotel i3 easily the most pro fitable. Then the most profitable is what we are going to leave. A Good Notion.—Dr. Wayland Hoyt related this incident in the ''Homiletic Review," Oaesaid:"* met a man who asked me where 1 was going. ' To the prayer meeting I said. ' The Christian religion is8 mere notion,' he replied. Said 1 stranger, yon see that tavern over there? The time was, as ev< in this town knows, that ifl^nads shilling in my pocket I coold no pass that tavern without going80 getting a drink. There is my whole week's wages, and I have no tefflP; tation to go in there. Stranger, this is a notion, I want to tellyo®1 is a mighty powerful notion ; it *3 9 notion that has put clo...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Numurkah Court of Petty Sessions. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 19, (Before Mr Knight, P.M, and Mr W. C. Fitzwater, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 21 August 1914

Nutnurkah Court of Petty Sessions. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 19, (Before Mr Knight, P.M , and Mr W. C. Fitawnter, J.P.) . R, A. Lee v. H, Thomas : claim for £30, cash advanced on purchase of machinery. Order for amount, with £2 7s 6dcosts. Mr Tunnock for com plainant, John Patterson v. Fred Lesock : Default summons, Order for £2, with 15a 6d costs. Mr Tnnnock for com plainant:. D. Clive Morrison v.Joseph Stevens : Dafanlt summons. Order for £1 is, with 15s 6d costs. Mr Deane (for Mr Morrison) for complainant, N. C. Callander v. R. Ward : Order for £1 7s 6d, with 153 6d costs, Mr Taonock for complainant. A. McPherson v. R. Baker: Default summons. Order for £1 lis 6d, with 13s costs. Mr Deane (for Mr Morri son) for complainant. Alex. Thompson v. John Camming ; Order for £2, with 13s costs. Mr Deane (for Mr Morrison) for com plainant. Theft of Liquor. Charles Adams and Hans Bloom were charged with feloniously stealing 8nndry bottles of liquor, the property of Mrs Ross, of the Shamrock Hotel. Se...

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Commonwealth Elections. REMEMBER POLLING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 21 August 1914

Commonwealth Elections. REMEMBER POLLING DAY. The great European straggle has considerably lessened the interest fat ing taken in the forthcoming Fedcr-^ elections, and there are not wanting indications that the poll on September! 5 will bo a smaller one than previously, Whilst it is but natural that intense interest should cerire in thegigantie struggle ia which Great R icaia is un fortunately engaged, it is to be devoutly hoped that the el actors wi 1 no: forget the duty they owe to the Common wealth, but that they will every on; attend the polling booth and record their vote for the party considered to be best fitted to carry on the govern ment of the Commonwealth. It is tn; duty of every citizen, even at the cos: of inconvenience, to record bis or her vote on Saturday, September 5, The candidates nominated are : — Hoase of Representatives, Liberal. Labor. Palmer, A. C. Gourley, James. Senate. Liberal. Labor. Ooob, James H. Barker, William S. Edgar, "William H. Barnes. John Mange...

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WAR MATTERS. NUMURKAH DISTRICT VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 21 August 1914

WAR MATTERS. <j NUMURKAH DISTRICT VOL UNTEERS. Bight residents of the Numurkah disfc'ict have shown their patriotism by volunteering for service wibh the Aus tralian Expeditionary Force. Of bhese eight were selected on examination at Shepparbon on Taesday evening, viz,, Mr R. Lee, Namarkah. Mr E. Lee, Namurkab. Mr R. D. Ward, Numurkah. Mr Hugh Bailey, Numurkah. Mr H. Baker, Numurkah Mr W. Cumming, Katanga. Mr J. Garter, Katanga. Mr G. Broom, Wunghnu. The young fellows will leave Numur kah this (Friday) morning, and they will carry with them the best wishes of the residents for the success of the enterprise upon which they have em barked, and for their personal safety.

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THE CALL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 21 August 1914

THE CALL. Northward untc Brisbane, westward 'iq-q Broome The smoke is blackening oat the stws the clouds of battle loom ; ' The frightened birds wheel high aim; the brooding shadows fall, ' But high above the grim grey gam, there comes a clarion call— country Coo-ee 1 It's the mother calling, Goo-ee 1 Her sons shall make re. ply The children of the tree, From sea to surging sea, Have heard the call, they'll atand or fall, prepared to do or die. Over the boundless ocean tide comes War's blood-tainted breath. The nations of the north are close! within the grip of death ; Blood calls to blood, steel calls to steel— if hell shall rale on earth, At least its fires shall be the test to p-wj a nation's worth. Forget oar tale of party strife, forge: :j: varied creeds, Perhaps we've wrangled over words, stand as one in deeds ; Divided in her time of peace—when firs: the bngles blare, Her enemies have yet to learn the Em pire stands four-square ! It is not ours to rule the fate which Gel may ...

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PRACTICAL PATRIOTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 21 August 1914

PRACTICAL PATRIOTISM. The ladies of Namurkah are show ing their inberesb in the welfare of Australian soldiers by making gar ments for their comfort. A meeting of all women in sympathy with the movement will be held in the Mechan ics' Hall this afternoon, at 3 o'clock Amongst the donations towards the. Red Gross Fand was one from Mr Ben Cohen, of Namurkah, who has donated eight dozen pipes. Mr Cohen has received a letter from Lady Stan ley, in which she expresses her appre ciation of the gift,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 21 August 1914

Silver Wedding1. // ^ // ME. AND MRS. P. A. PATTERSON. The silver wedding of Mr and Mra F. A. Patterson was celebrated on Saturday, 1st August, at their resi dence, " Yiainede," Strathmerton. The guests included several old friends and relatives who had been present at their wedding. The tea was presided over by the Rev. S. W. Williamson, Rector of Numnrkah parish ; and the table was tastefully laid and artistically decorated with numerous floral gifts, most of them from the Metropolis. After the loyal toast, " The Kicg," had been honored, the chairman proposed the health of the bride and bridegroom. He referred to the affection which was so noticable to all as existing between the worthy couple after their twenty-five years of married life; also to the respect in which they were held by all. He that all who attained to a simila step in their married life would hi as young and bright. Mr S. Oallander, Mr Hay and Mr Tobias also spoke to the toast. Mr Patterson briefly, but f^. ingly,...

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PATRIOTIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 21 August 1914

PATRIOTIC MEETING. A patriotic meeting has been con vened by the Shire President (Or W. A. Campbell) for this afternoon, in the Shire Hall, at 4 o'clock.

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TUNGAMAH SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 21 August 1914

tujstgamah shire. Councillors John Fell (Central Rid ing), William Deagan (Southern), William Hodge (SouthWest) and Arthur Wadeson (North-We3t) have each been re-elected unopposed in bne Shire of Tuagamah. In another col umn C'r Hodge thanks the ratepayers for the honor accorded him. This is a method of returning thanks we cor dially approve.

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AT STRATHMERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 21 August 1914

AT STRATHMERTON. On Wednesday afternoon next, at 3 o'clock, a meeting will take place in the Strathmerton Hall of all willing to assist in the formation of a committee for raising funds in connection with the war.

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Municipal Elections. NUMURKAH SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 21 August 1914

Municipal Elections. NUMURKAH SHIRE. Nominations for bhe vacant seats at the Nnmnrkah Shire Council table closed on Friday, and, as anticipated each of the retiring members—Or Thornton (Eastern Riding), Or Moss (Central), Cr Ball (Western) and Cr McDonell (Moira) — was accorded a fl walk-over." Whilst cordially con gratulating the gentlemen named upon their unopposed re-election, which was well deserved, and which honor was doubtless done them for the reason that the ratepayers are perfectly satis fied with their pasb services, we believe that the members themselves wonld have preferred a contest, for on being re-elected, which would almost oer tainly have happened in each insbanoe, they would know that they had the support and approval of a great ma jority of the ratepayers. "Walk-overs" year after year savor too much of a lack of interest in local government affairs. In another column Or Thornton re turns thanks for his unopposed re-elec tion,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 21 August 1914

GOOD CLOTH' MAICia A DIFFEREMCS 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 yon. We are pleasing others, why nob 1 OUR NEW STYLE SAO SUITS. Perfectly Out, MADE and Finished. This Is value unbeatable and is winning ns friends daily. LADIES' COSTUMES Are one of onr 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 OBTAINABLE AT A. HcPMEiSOKl, tailor awd mercer, Melvl e-st., NUMURKAH, Phone 22 J. Pant Road, OOBRAM. 'Phone 26J. NUMO instill D 0 UuULy U liytiu r Q LATE COXON'S GARAGE, MELVILLE STREET. HURHURKAH. OARS ' ^ ™ LAMPS OVERH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 21 August 1914

^ - WARS-RUMORS OF WARS CONCERN AMD INTEREST ALL, RUT ■uxisi & ®i'i mmsmsMM ■«&« Is of the greatest importance to all ia Numurkah and District. In order to further reduce their very heavy stocks in the Harware Dept. tirey are makinggreat concessions To those Fencing and Building ask us for Quotations. Plain, Black, Galvanized and Barb Wire. Corrugated Iron and Timber. All Builders' Ironmongery and Household Requisites, Cups and Saucers, 4s 6d doze". Enamel Saucepans from Is each. 4 Pint Tin Kettles, Is 3d. Toilet Sets, lis 6d, 4ft 6in Mattress, 18s 6d. Kapok Pillows, 2s 6d. GROCERY. PROVISIONS In this Department we are making clearances; Note a few prices. Potatoes, 5s per bag. Kerosene, 9s per case. Sunlight Oil Cake, 12s cwt, Hunter River Lucerne Seed, Is 8d lb. SEED POTATOES. SEED POTATOES. Carman, Vermont, Early Rose, Our Teas and Coffees are beyond comparison. We are Cash Buyers of Dairy Produce, Hides and Skins, THE MILLER STORES, NUMURKAH. £ f3 §) jl g) r?3 ] ...

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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, AUGUST 21, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 21 August 1914

®1{6 Iftnmiqftali J^sdqn Established 1895. A Farmers Paper, published la the In terests of the raral community. Every Friday, one penny. Friday Morning, August 21, 1914. Applications for 63 homestead farms are now being received by Campbell and Co., and those wishing to participate in the ballot should write or call for the necessary forms. " Protective Coloration."—Under the auspices of the local Rechabite Tent, a lecturette on " Protective Coloration" will be given in the Methodist Hall by the head teacher of the local State-school (Mr W. H. Bullied, B.A ) on Monday night next, at 8.-15. The public are cor dially Invited to what should prove a profitable and pleasant evening. The Eyes.—Most people are not aware of the serious troubles which arise from eyestrala. It Is a known fact that many of the distressing headaches, stomach troubles and nervous disorders from which we suffer can be traoed to eye strain. What endless expense and dis comfort might therefore be saved by the simpl...

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Junior I. O. Rechabites. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 21 August 1914

Junior I. 0. Rechabites. The usual fortnightly meeting and anniversary demonstration of the local juvenile R?chabite Tent was held on Thursday evening last, 18th insb. There was a large attendance of officers and members, presided o-er by the Chief Ruler, Bro. Percy McOleary. One candidate, Eileen Willcox, was proposed and initiated into membership. After the meeting had been closed, the anniversary demonstration was held, a large number of young people, and a fair attendance of parents and friends, being present. Proceedings opened by the juniors singing an ode, after which Bro. John McPherson, of the adult Tent, took charge of the proceedings. Very nicely did Bro. " Mac." fill the post of chairman. The following programme was sub mitted Recitation, Bro. Horace Stewart; dnet, Sisters M. Tuttle and R. Rowe (encored) ; recibation, Sister Ira Mann; address, Rev. W. T. Hiatb; humorous recitation, Sister Grace Stewart (enoored); report, Bro. Supt. Les McOleary. The re port showed that s...

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GOLF TOURNAMENT. A SUCCESSFUL VENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 21 August 1914

GOLF TOURNAMENT. / A SUCCESSFUL VENTURE. The first tournament on an extensive scale under the auspices of the local golf club was most successfully conduc ted on Tuesday and Wednesday. Some excellent golf was witnessed, and the arrangements made by the committee (with Messrs F. H. Tuthlll and H. J. Rodda as secretaries) were most favor ably commented upon by players. Luucheon was provided each day and was highly appreciated. The ball on Wednesday evening was most enjoy able, all the arrangements being first class, Results of the games played are given hereunder, space precluding a lengthy introductory notice : — LADIES FOURSOME. Gross H'op Nt Misses Forbes & Brown (Nagambie) — 46 5 41 Misses Williams & Symmona 55 10 45 Misses Orr & Orr— — 62 16 46 Miss K. McNamara and Mrs Coop, 61—10 51 ; Mrs Morrison and Mrs Pigdin, 57 —5—42; Mrs and Miss Blythe 60—8—5s; Misses Campbell and Ooxon, 68 16—52 ; Misses Brashe and Bed well, 67—14—53 ; Misses McLeod and Fi'z water...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 21 August 1914

HARD TO BEAR. o When the back aches and pains so badly that yon oan't work, can't rest, can't sleep, can't eat, it's hard to bear. Thousands of aching backs have been relieved and cnred, People are learning that backache pains comes from weak kidneys, that Doan's Backache Kid ney Pills cnre every kidney ill, care bladder troubles, urinery derangements, dropsy. Read this testimony to the merit of the greatest of kidney specifics. Mrs J. Boyd, late of Meiklejoha street, Nnmnrkah, aDd now living in Daylesford, says :—" I am fally convin ced as to the virtues of Doan's Back ache Kidney Pills as a cure of all symptoms of kidney trouble. For a long while I suffered terribly from disordered kidneys, and as a result my back was always aching, sometimes the pain being most unbearable. To make matters worse, I was always subject to very bad headaches, and felt thoroughly run down. 1 was at a los3 to know what to do to get well again when a friend advised me to try Doan's Back ache Kidney Pill...

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