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AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. NUMURKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914
AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. NUM.URKA.H, The annual spring show of the Numurkah Agricultural and Pastoral Society will be held on Thursday, October 23od, entries tor which close on Friday, October I6th. Despite the hard times with which the Society has been confronted, no reduction has been made in the amount of prize money offered, and it is hoped that exhibitors generally will rally round and help make the annnal show the eucoess, from an exhibition standpoint, it has always been. The prize list was published in our last issue, and intend ing exhibitors will shortly be able to secure copies of the catalogue, which is now being printed.
HOSPITAL BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914
HOSPITAL BAZAAR. Arrangements are well in train for the bazaar to re held in aid of the Mooroopna hospital on Tnesday, Sep tember I5th, Mrs Tunnock (bon. secretary) and her committee (with Mrs. M'Tighe as President) is sparing no pains to make the function a money getter, and there has been gotten together a great array of articles to be disposed of by art union and other means. There will be several stalls, also, at which may be purchased goods usually displayed on such an occasion, and various competitions have also been arranged. Admission—After noon, free will offering ; evening, 6d. Musical numbers will be rendered at intervals by an orchestra arranged by Mr. Jackson.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914
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PATRIOTIC MOVEMENTS. THE DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914
PATRIOTIC MOVEMENTS. THE DEMONSTRATION. The committee is actively engaged preparing for the demonstration to be held in aid of the patriotic fand on Wednesday, September 16, and it is confidently anticipated that a very fair snm of money will be raised. There has been a deal of discussion regard ing the advisability of holding such a function, many being of the opinion that bhe present is not a time for holi-; day-making. Whilst realising to the I full the seriousness of the position in which our kinsfolk—and our comrades,! too -have been placed, we believe that underlying the appearance of jollity that for the nonce will be worn, there will be a deep appreciation of the paiD, , misery and distress that has been, and still will be, caused by the awful war. In any case, :t is a question whether it were not better to do something to alleviate that distress, even if buffoon ery is the aid chosen, than to sit down and nnavailingly lament onr mis fortune. Those who are responsible for th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914
Mother Seigel'a Syrup as a remedy for Indigestion has proved its value in thou sands upon thousands of oases. For over forty years it has been recognised as a thoroughly reliable re medy for a disordered state of the organs of digestion— the stomach, liver and bowels. Mother Seigel'o Syrup is made from the cura tive extracts of roots, barko and leaves, which have a tonic and strengthening effect upon the stomach, liver and bowels. In this way it promotes good di gestion and regular action of the bowels.
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914
CHURCH SERVICES. Presbyterian Church—Servioos will be condnoted next Sunday as follow; — Nnmurkah 11, Waaia 3, Yalca 7, Mr Alexander ; Numurkak 7, Katunga 11, Dru manure 3, Rev J. A. Lee. Methodist Church.—Services next Sunday are as follow :—Numurkah 11, Narlng 3 and 7, Rev Thomas ; Numur kah 7, Wunghnn 11, Kaarimba 8, Rev Hiatt; Wunghnu 7, Baulkamaugh Sth 3, Mr G. Fowler ; Cobram 11, Koonoomoo 2.30, Mr Martindale ; Baulkamaugh, 11, Katunga 7.30, Mr Tyres ; Strath merton 3, Cobram 7, Eev Inch ;' Baulkamaugh Sfch 7.30, Mr Betts j Narlng 7.30, Rev "White; Marungi 11, Congupna West 3, Mr W. Fowler; Marungi 7.30, Mr Williams ; Kaarimba 7,30. Mr Cook ; Bunbartha 7.30, Mr Kil~ patrick ; Waaia 11, Mr Green, 7.30, Mr Yarwood. Methodist Church, Nathalia Circuit Services will be held on Sunday as fol lows—Nathalia (C, A.) 11 and 7, Yalca3, Rev Dr Fitchett ; Picola West 7. Mr Martin; Narioka 3, Mr Norton ; Yalca South 11, Bearli 2.30 and 7, Mr Taylor; Picola North II, Kotupna (S) 3 and 7, Rev...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914
Wedding Bells. « RALSTON—WILLIAMS. A quiet but pretty wedding book place at Naring on Wednesday, 15th July, when Miss Martha Williams, second eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Chas. Williams, of Naring, was united in the holy bonds of matri. mony with Mr David Ralsbon, third eldest son of Mrs Ralsbon, Katanga. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked oharming in a gown of cream taffebba silk, pretbily brimmed with lace and pearls. She also wore a wreath and veil. The bride was abbended by two maids of honor, Miss Teenie Rogerson and Miss Ralston (sister of bridegroom). They both wore dainty dresses of white silk, pretbily brimmed with lace. Mr Walter Williams (brother of bride), acted as best man, The happy couple left amid show ers of confetti en route to Ballarat where the honeymoon was spent. The bride travelled in a navy serge costume, trimmed with silk and bubtons, and wore a black velvet hat with trimmings to match. Following is a list of the presenbs Bridegroom to Brid...
Australasian Wool Exports. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 September 1914
Australasian Wool Exports. From 1st Jay, 1913, to 30 Jane, 1914. Compared with the corre sponding period last season. Com piled by Dalgety and Co. Ltd., Mel bourne. Stata 1913-14 1912-13 Incr. Deer. Victorie N 3 Wales Queansl'd 3 Aua WAus 3,748 16,890 19,452 274 1,259 3,404 16,991 43,904 663 667 5,344 592 101 24,452 389 Aus T1 N Zeal'd 46,623 12,815 65,629 17,913 5,936 24,942 5,09S Total 39,438 83,542 5,936 30,040 Net increase, 24,104 bales. Considerable quantities of wool grown in some States are shipped from others, therefore the above figures do not show actaal produc tion, but total oversea shipments,
Home-Sewing In War-Time. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914
Home-Sewing1 In War-Time. In theEe days of war and anxiety countless women throughout Australasia are industriously making clothes for themselves and the children. Indeed, many women are sewing for husbands and sons as well, for pyjamas and shirts must be forthcoming with clockwork regularity, even though Paris falls. To sew effectively and economically the average woman must have a simple and reliable pattern. To supply this need the publisher of '• Everylady's Journal " has just issued a 4S-page pattern catalogue showing designs of patterns now avail able for Australian women. In this new pattern catalogue are shown over 250 designs suitable for spring and summer use. In addition, many pages of Australian Stencil and Fancy-Work de signs are given. The publisher of "Everylady's Journal" now offers to send any one of our women readers a copy of thisvnew Pattern Catalogue free of charge, Simply write : "Send Pattern Catalogue free" on a sheet of notepaper, sign your full name and add...
FOOTBALL. GOULBURN VALLEY COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914
FOOTBALL, GOULBURN VALLEY COM PETITION. Numnrkah mat Tallygaroopna on the local ground, and what might have proved a good game was spoiled by the wind blowing. Tallygaroopna first took advantage of the wind, bat a strong de fence by the locals prevented any ma terial scoring and at quarter-time the figures were almost even. Numurkah, like their opponents, were lacking in dash, and the game dragged to the final bell when the figures showed 4.S each. The surprise of the day was the de feat of Muckatah. The minor premiers journeyed to Wunghnu and there suffered their first defeat for the season by 5 points, the scores being-Wunghnu, 6.7; Muckatah, 5.8. Things were only middling at Gobravn where Kataniatite visited, and as a result of the intervals devoted to foot ball the figures showed—Oobram, 8 goals 5 behinds ; Katamatite, 2 goals 10 behinds.
TOCUMWAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914
TOCUMWAL SHOW. The first show of the Tocumwal Agricultural Society was held on Wednesdoy last, when, despite the unfavorable climatic conditions and the hard time through which the district is passing, there was a good attendance of the general public. The arrangements made by the offic ials (with Mr Frank Hoyle as secre tary) were first-class. Amongst the prize winners were noticed the fol lowing from this district:— R. Allen—First for buggy pair, first for pony, first I4st hack, first list hack, first (Gold Leaf) maiden hunter, first (Lady Fairfield) open hunter, second lady's hack. Miss Allen—First lady rider. Miss Rowe—First lady rider. J. Christie, jan. — Prizes in draughts. •, Iz-hvy—Prizes in Draughts. J. vjosnerty--Second I4st hack, second maiden hunter, second and third open hunters. 3. and A. Camming, D, Stewart, J. Murray -- Numerous prizes in poultry. T. Thornton--Prizes in Shorthorn cattle.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914
AFTER FIFTEEN YEARS. Time is the best test of truth Here is a Sbepparton story that has stood the test of time. It is a story with a point that will come straight home to many of ns. Mrs James Ladgrove, High Street Shepparton says ;—" Fifteen years ago I stated that Doan's Backache Kidney Pills had cared me of kidney ailment, and gave yon permission to publish this statement for the benefit of other sufferers. I am pleased to say now that time has proved my core to be a permanent one, for I am still free of the ailment. I had been a martyr to backache, and always felt drowsy and heavy, and had attacks of vomiting, but Doan's Backache Kid ney Pills altered all that fifteen years ago, and I have been right ever since. I advise all sufferers to use this re medy ; a dose or two of the pills oc casionally keeps one in good health.'1 We feel the need of a good kidney remedy as we grow older, for the kid neys become weak with years of work. Then give your kidneys the help they need by taki...
THE BOOTH AND THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914
THE BOOTH AND THE PUBLIC. At the instance of a namber who are opposed to the holding of a booth at the demonstration, Mr H. J. Glenny convened a public meeting for last Friday night, The Meohanics' Hall was packed, so much so that our reporter was unable to continue his effort to take notes of the proceedings, a table not having been provided. The ; proceedings were of what might be termed a hilarious character, though there were one or two passages be tween speakers and members of the audience that were perhaps not as good-humored as they might have been. However, no serious trouble occurred, and the vote tbat took place on the motion that the demonstration committee be asked to eliminate the booth was lost by a big majority, the numbers, roughly, being §0 to 140.
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Adamson Strettle and Oo. report Pigs.—1500 yarded—Stores, Com petition was good for best sorts, and prices firm, Best 29s to 84s, seconds 28s to 26s, slips from 17s, suckers 12s 6d to 16s. Porkers—Although the yarding was only a moderate one, prices were slightly lower. Prime light 38s to 38s, prime heavy 43s t0 47s, odd pens of extra choice quality 50s. Baconers—The supply was a small one, and competition was keen for prime pigs, although towards the close of the market prices were a little lower than in the earlier sales. Prime light 60s to 65s, prime mediani 67s to 75s, prime heavy 7Ss to 87s, a ^ exceptionally choice quality to 93s. Baokfatters—A light supply, but com petition not quite so keen, Prime heavy sows L6 6s to L7 10s prime weighty 903 to L5 10s, rough and staggy from 60s. Calves—Pricee a bout eqnal to last week. McPhail Bros and Co., repo. ^ light supply of 1500 pigs last wee» Porkers—Small and light 29s to So*t prime light 35s to 89s, medium ana go...
Picola Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914
Picola Water Supply. At Tuesday's meeting of the shire council, Messrs G. Stickels, P. Banko, J. Hawks and J. Grinter attended as a deputation and asked that the coun cil assist the township of Picola to gain a water supply. The oounoil had already assisted in putting down a bore, but beyond sinking the shaft nothing was done. The residents of Picola were in the main not in a posi tion to help themselves, and therefore they aBked that the oounoil erect a mill or a pump over the bore. (The deputation also handed in a largely signed requisition, in which it was suggested that the rate levied on the petitioners be put towards providing what was required instead of spending money on road works, which latter would not be required this year.) Or Campbell said the oounoil two years ago had given the Picola people every opportunity to help themselves, but they would not even teat the bore. Mr Stiokels said the bore was 200 feet deep and the water rose to within 60 feet. The men who sunk the...