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KATAMATITE STATE-S[?]OL. RE-OPENING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 28 August 1914

KATAMAT1TE STATE-SO'mpm EE-OPENING CEREMONY" The formal opening of the re. modelled Kabamatite State-school was performed oil Fuday last by Mr I Livingstone, Minister for Education' in the presence of a large gafeherino cf parents and others. The re modelled baildiag is the result of long and per. sistenb agitation on the part of the school committee, who recognised the great disabi ities under which the beachers and children were forced to work. Ia addition to the re-modelling of the school, the teacher's residence has been removed bo a more suitable position, and has been thoroughly renovated. The re-modelliog of the school has been made along lines generally fob lowed by the department, and the building is now a most handsome one and comfortable, albeit verandahs are required in order that the children may be protected from the glare and heat of the summer sun. Blinds may answer that purpose but verandahs would be infinitely better, Id would appear that the department has male a ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 28 August 1914

i ^Een'8 Hacking Oough at Night, I 0 6 Great Peppermint Care, Is 6d. For Bronchial Oonghs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Oare, Is 6a, EVERYBODY WELCOME AT THE New and Up=£o=date S U U U=3 g Corner MELVILLE & SAXTON STREETS, OTMraEAH, The entire Stock of Grocery Dairy Produce, etc., is quite new and fresh, and of the Very Best Quality. The Ironmongery Department is fully stocked. Orders delivered without delay. A. B. J AFFRAY, The Royal Store. PREMIER! PROGRESSIVE! PER PETUAL ! TOCUJUVAL A. & P, Society's First Annual Show. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1914. £300 CASH PRIZES £300, /T^i ENERAL Entries close Sept 1 ; late entries Sept 5. Speoial Train leaves Shepparton at 8.50. Holiday Ex cursion fares will be charged from Too lamba, Picola, Dookie and all interven ing stations on 8th Sept, and by trains due before 2 p.m. on 9th, available for re turn till 11th Sept, Apply to Secretary for Schedules and Entry Forms.—F. B. S. FALKINER, M.H.R. President. FRANK HOYLE, Secretary....

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 28 August 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Methodist Church—Services next Sun day areas follow—Numnrkah 11, Wung hnu 7, Eev Thomas ; Numurkah 7, Rev White; Wunghnu II, Bunbartha 3 and 7,30. Rev Inch; Cobram 11 and 7, Koo noomoo 2.30, Rev Hiatt ; Baulkamaugh II, Mr W Fowler; Baulkamaugh South 3 and 7.30, Rev Anthony ; Naring 3, Mr Glenny ; Katungall. Strathmerton 3, Mr Jaffray; Marungi II, Mr Roe, 7 30, Band; Kaarimba 3, IVaaia II Mr Kilpatrick; Oon gupna West 3, Mr Green. Presbyterian Church—Services will be conducted next Sunday as follow ;— Waaia II, Yalca 2.30, Numurkah 7, Rev. J, A. Lee; Numurkah II, Drumanure 3, Katunga 7, Mr C. M. Alexander, Church ok England—Sec Church of England column, Methodist Church, Nathalla Circuit— Services will be held on Sunday as follows —Nathalla 11, Bearii 2.30 and 7 (C.A.) R-v. R. Morris M.S.c,, B.D.; Nathalia 7, Mr Glasson; Yalca 3. Mr Shilcock; P'cola North 11, Narioka 3, Plcola West 7. Mr Taylor ; Kotnpna 3, Mr Martin ; Yalca South 11, Mr Yarwood. Church of England—Se...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 28 August 1914

BEREAVEMENT CARD.   MR. and MRS. D. MURCHISON and FAMILY and MR. W. J. WIL-       KINSON desire to thank all friends who so kindly expressed their sympathy, by means of letters and cards, in their recent bereavement. Dumbulbalane, August 26, 1914.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914

LADIES PLEASE NOTE—Ladies are requested to note that the offices of the Ladies College of Health have removed from 46 Elizabeth Street, to Phair's Boildlags, 827-329 Collins Street, Mel bourne. The college has the sole agency in Ylotorla of Dr D. M. Ooonley's famous Orange Lfly Treatment, which for the past 25 years has been effecting each wonderfsl cares among women in all parts of Australia. F'or the benefit of snfferora, and for those in rrhoae horaoo King Baby has failed to appear, & froo valnable medical book will be cent to anyone writing to Dept. 47, Tho Ladioa College of Health, Phais'c Buildings, 827 Collins Street Melbourne. W« TYI WISHES to notify the public of Numnrkah and District that ha has purchased the bootmcking busi ness formerly carried on by Mr W. Perry in Melville-street-, Numurkah. THE Federal Cash Store grog: — Quality and Prices Eight. Ironmongery, Crockery, Glassware, A splendid assortment to choose from DAIRY PRODUCE, We make a speciality of Dairy ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914

A A. ABOTOMEY, FS-O.I, (Fellow Spencer Optical Institute). (Fellow Northern Illinois College of Ophthalmology.) QUAL1E1ED EYESIGHT SPECIALIST Known all over Victoria and South Australia, WILL VISIT NUMOEKAH— All day Friday, to 11 30 j a.m. Saturday, Sept. 25 and 26, at Farmers' Arms Hotel, Cobb AM—2 P.m. Saturday to 2 p.m. Monday, Sept. 26 to 28, at Grand „ Central Hotel, "ATHAOIa—2 p.m. Wednesday to 2.30 Thursday, Sept. 3o and Oct, 1, a Court House Hote1. Also every two months Scientific Sight Testing conducted ~Y means of the inost approved Optical laments and Appliances, in the light t the most recent researches in Ophthal - mio Optics. Bimiess and mounted (liasse s rLBTery description prepared to suit the fclturements of each individual case. HODEBATE CHARGES. v.^ ALL W0BIC aUAMTEED. V ctQri&a AddressMABYBOBOUGH IN TIME OF WAR . . WE'RE TO THE FORE Patriotic Demonstration AT NUIURKAH. Wednesday, September. 16. Watch Future Issues. PROGRAM de light BORSE. CADETS. HANDICAP...

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To-morrow's Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914

To-morrow's Elections. The present is certainly nob the time for making political capital out of events that are seriously affecting the status and peace of mind of the nation. Whilst individual mem bers were endeavoring to claim for their respective parties credit for having organised the scheme of defence that has given Australia the opportunity of showing patriotism in its truest form—men prepared bo assist the mother country in her hour of need— there was little need to say anything in troversion, for the electors could be depended upon to assess soch vaporiDgS ab their true worth. But when a manifesto ench as that recently issued, bearing the ofliicial imprimatur of-v'the leader of the Op position, is Blattered broadcast thronghonb the connbry, then the j time has arrived when the matter should be stated clearly and truth folly. We would say at the outset that neither Liberal nor Labor can claim the whole of the credit for the defence scheme, In Mr Fisher's manifesto be rhetori...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914

THE ORADLES FULL, " Bouub, or 110 bonus," Gays the Hon, J, 1 Cook, " the country needs to have its cra dles full. A book dealing with this Bubject in a most informative way will be apprecia ted by childless married couples. It will be sent free if 2d is remitted for pos'age. Ad dress Department 47, Ladies' College of Health, 46 EUsabatli-atscst, MQlbourae,

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. To tli9 Editor. Sir,—Now that Or, Campbell's term of Presidentship Is drawing to a close, and whilst he Is no donbt busy compHinS his speech enumerating the great pro gress the shire has made under his guidance, I trust, in his bashfalness, he will not forget to mention the import ant fact that the road through my little property in South Numurkah is, after being closed for a period of 25 years, thanks to his untiring and uusslfish efforts, now open to the public, Since he became aware that such a road ^ existed I feel snre he must hare haa many sleepless nights, and the stral^ and worry must have been great in case his brother councillors and the rate payers might not perceive the immense advantage to be gained by the opening of this great thoroughfare. Snch nj> selfishness in great public men is really rare, and something for Cr. Campbell to look back upon, and I think the least the shire council should do Is to have this important road named after him. In the e...

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Temperance Notes. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914

Temperance Notes. (Contributed.) The Barmaid's Unhappy Lob— The following descripbon of a bar maid's life is not from a " wowser " publication, but from the " Brewers' Gazette," London, 12th March, 1914: "In many West End houses you have to drrink wibh some of the cus tomers, as it is good for the trade of the house. Besides ruining one's health in that way, the food provided is somebimes not fit to eat, as ib is the cheapest that money can buy. Per haps, when you have been kept on at the work till you are thirty, you w ill be told that you are boo old. Then what is a girl to do 1 She may get married, though bhe majority of men to be met with at the bar are not worth spsaking to, or she may put her little savings into a business for herself and lose the money!" The Bar Helps Business—"S es, as an epidemic helps a drug store, as a broken limb helps an hospital, as an empty pocket helps a pawn shop, as a railroad accident helps a train gaDg, as a conflagration helps a fire engine comp...

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Numurkah Court of Petty Sessions. WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2. (Before Messrs R. Knight, P.M., and W. C. Fitzwater, J.P.) Default. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914

Nutnurkab Court of Petty Sessions. WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2. I (Before Messrs R. Knight, P.M., and ! W. 0. Fitzwater, J.P.) Default. Claude Bourchier v. W. Sohiers : Order for LS 8s, with 15s 6d costs. Mr Deane for component. Alleged Assault and Robbery. Stanley Taylor, William Murray i and Patrick Foley were charged with having assaulted George Hutohins and robbed him of a metal watch valued 7s 6d. Inspector Corkhill prosecuted, and Mr D. 0. Morrison appeared for the defence. George Hutchins deposed that he was a farm laborer. On the night of Augnst 24 met Murray after 11,30 Murray invited him to go with him to' Iris father's place, and the two walked in the direction of Blink Bonnie. Whilst walking along two men came behind, and he was knocked on the head, hold by the faoe and robbed of a watch and chain, a purse containing half a sovereign, and some loose silver. Whilst the watch was being taken witness was on his back, his eyes were covered by a man's hand, and he felt a knee or an...

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NUMURKAH HORSE PARADE ATTENDANCE SMALLQUALITY AI. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914

NUMURKAH HORSE PARADE ATTENDANCE SMALL QUALITT Al. The annnal horse parade under the auspices of the Nmnurkah Agricul tural Society was held on Wednesday afternoon, in the presence of a fair nnmber of horse breeders and others. That the prevailing dry weather is having its effect was plainly apparent in the few horses brought forward, and the lack of interest shown by breeders. In all II horses paraded, comprising seven draughts, two trotters, and two ponies. All were in good condition and they, at any rate, showed little signs of the shortage of feed. The stallions were— DRAUGHTS. J. 0. Rockliff's Carbinier. H. Rolls' Royal Chief, Graham Bros.' Marshall Mills. J. M'Gre^or's Glen Gairn. Hansen Bros.' Scotty. T. Leavey's Federal Sandy, Alex. Dunning's Duncraig Again. TROTTERS. Graham Bros.' October, M. Gleeson's Don Bell. PONIES. J. Williams' Arab Chief. T. Bart's Saltan,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914

Night's Horrid Plague. Yon know what it is. Pile3 Nearly drive yon mad. Hard to bear. Hard to get rid of. Can't find relief. Bat wait a minute. Yes, yon can, too. It's a case of knowing how. Knowing how means relief. It means get the right thing. It means get Doan's Ointment, Doan's Ointment will do it. All itching skin diseases disappear under the soothing influence of Doan's Ointment. Mrs W. Stratton, Madelin Street, Nnmurkah, says:—" For many years my husband was a martyr to Itching Piles, the pain and irritation being something awfnl. He got no relief from his snllering day or night, and he had began to think he would never be free of Piles again. He was ad vised to try Doans' Ointment, and it was recommended with snce confidence that he sent for a pot at once. He only wishes now that he had beard of this remedy before, it would have saved him untold agony. After ap plying the ointment for a day or so there was a decided improvement, so he continued with the treatment, until he ...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. — [Prom Oar Own Correspondent] NATHALIA. Through Messrs Brown, of Mur rambeena. and Muntz Bros,, of Na thalie, Mr F H. Furze has sold his nice property on the Broken Creek, one mile from the town, at the firm price of L12 per acre. Through the same agents he has purchased a sheep grazing area in New South Wales in the Mndgee District, It is also reported that Mr A. H, Ack'and, of the Nathalie Hotel, has purchased an hotel, store, and butcher ing business near Gulgong, Mndgee District), N.S.W. We have not heard of a rise in the price of gig lamps owing to the de mand made for lamps by the recent lighting bye-law, Folk had better be ware of a prosecution.

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FOOTBALL. GOULBURN VALLEY COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914

FOOTBALL, GODLBURN VaLLEY COM PETITION. Slowly the second round of the competition matches are dragging ronnd and it will ba well into October before the final game is played. Sat nrdays's match on the local ground where Numnrkah met Katamatice pro vided a very close game, bat the play was to a large extent spoiled by a strong wind blowing. Namurksh won the toss and taking advantage of the wind were greatly favored thereby, for at the opening of the last quarter the wind dropped. The final scores were in favor of the locals, the figures show ing—Nnmnrkah, 5 goals 6 behinde ; Katamatite, 4 goals 7 behinds. Wnnghna journeyed to Cobrsm and snSered defeat, the scores show ing—Cobrarn, 5 goals 15 behinds ; Wnnghnn, 1 goal 3 behinds. Tallygaroopna beat Boomanoomana

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TO-MORROW'S FEDERAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914

TO-MORROW'S FEDERAL ELECTIONS. We would for the last time impress upon electors the urgent need for them to record their votes to morrow (Sat urday). Even at the coat of incon venience. the duty of choosing the men who are to represent the people should not be neglected. Australia more than ever before needs careful, prudent men " to conduct her affairs, for at this time of stress, and in the years succeeding the termination of the European struggle, the nation's material pros perity depends upon wise government. It is earnestly hoped that the merits of the several candidates will be carefully considered, and that votes will be cast for those who are prepared to legislate, not for the benefit of one section only, bnt for the good of Australia as a whole. The names of the candidates from whom the eleotors in this constituency have to make a ohoioe are given here under : — Hoase of Representatives. Liberal. Labor. Palmer, A. 0. Gourley, James. Senate. Liberal. Labor. Oook, James H. Ba...

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NARING. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914

NARING. Ths annual meeting of the Naring Tennis Olnb was held at Mrs Payne's residence on Monday, August 31st, when abont 35 members were present. It was decided to reform the club, and the following office-bearers were elec ted :—President, Mr K. W. McLeod (re-elected) ; vice President, Mr J, Jones ; secretary, Mr G. Lynoh ; com mittee, Miss Y- Nelson, Messrs A. Young, S. Carnie, Wm, Donald, K, W. McLeod, J. Jones and G. Lynoh.

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AT NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914

AT NATHALIA. This district will Dot be behind the reet of the State in men or mcney. Of the latter there is already a sabstantial sum promised, as well a3 a nnmber of horses, In men, we are informed that the followlns; will go to the front from those already in the ranks and those who have recently submitted to exami nation :—First Lieutenant R. Bennett (lately of the local branch Bank of Aus tralasia), Lieut. Bert Heighway, Dr R. A. Eakin, Messrs Bert Barton, Robert 1 Fenton, Horace Gundry (leaving from Sydney), Johu Gundry, Alex Oaldwell, J, Reynolds, A, Woods, F. Slessar, W, Lubke, John Sridwill (wirh the engin eers), Cliff Hodges, W. Moyle and Kea Petersen The ladies of the Nathalla and Picola branches of the Presbyterian Women's Missionary Union are busy knitting garments for the boys going tc the front. A branch of the Red Cross Society is In coarse of starting, A step in the right direction. There can't be too much help for the cause. At last Saturday's meeting of the Agricul...

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CONGUPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914

CONGUPNA. This season's prospects are not very bright. The last rain was only 17 points. Daring the months from March to Angnst, T9I3, there were 988 points of rain ; and for the simi lar period this year only 385 points fell. J one, Jaly, and Angnst were I exceptionally dry months this year.

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Patriotic Meeting at Picola. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914

Patriotic Meeting at Picola. Tho martial strains y the Nathalia Brass Band showed that there was something more than ordinary on at the Federal Hall on Friday evening last. At the reqnest of a number of residents Mr. A. R. Wall had con vened a patriotic meeting. There was a large attendance, Cr. Jas. Ross, who was voted to the chair, said he was among tho38 who had requisitioned Mr Wall to oall them together. It was an important meeting. The least they oonld do was to assist a fund for the men who were sacrificing their lives for them ; and shown their loyalty to the throne. They were there that night to do their part in seeing that the men were well provided for, and he felt that Picola and district would not b9 behind. The band gave a stirring selection, and the State school scholars sang Rule Britannia and gave an exercise in flag drill, They did well and were heartily encored. Mr H. A. Bell made a strong appeal. He was always ready to sap port the dear old flag. It was said by s...

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