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The Shire President's Dinner [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914

The Shire President's Dinner The newly-elected President of the shire, Cr Jame3 Ball, on Tuesday entertained councillors and a number of ratepayers at the Conrt-house Hotel, Nathalia, where an excellent repast had been prepared. The toasts of The King and The Empire were enthnsiastically honored. Or Campbell proposed the toast The Newly-elected President. Cr Ball, he said, had earned the goodwiii and esteem of his fellow councillors, which was shown by the fact that he had beeD elected to the highest posi tion the shire conid offer after oniy one year's service, Cr Ball, he felt sure, woald fill the position ss capably as any who bad gone before him, and at the close of his term he was satisfied the ratepayers would be able to say well done He was a good fellow wherever one met him, and he woold worthily npboid the dignity of his position. Cr Ball said he naturally feic honored at being elected President of the shire, although it was an honor taken by councilors in rotation. At the ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914

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Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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PICTURE ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914

PICTURE ENTERTAINMENT. On Saturday and Tuesday evenings last the Rev. S. W. Williamson showed a picture film depicting the French army on the march to large and appreciative gatherings. A nice sum for the patriotic fund resulted. Mr Williamson will show the picture again at the concsri on Wednesday evening nest.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NUMURKAH WATER TRUST. TUESDAY SEPT. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914

NUMURKAH WATER TRUST. TUESDAY SEPT. 8. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday last, when the following were present :— Corns Fnrze (chairman), Tuckett, Campbell, Thornton, Moss, Mc Donell, Meiklejohn, Gordon, Pardie, Moss, Ball and Maloney. Correspondence. Prom S. Wiseley, Wnnghnu, asking permission to fill a dam from the creek when water is available.—-Left in hands oi engineer. Prom W. Yonng, Wnnghnu, simi lar request.-Left in hands of engineer. From H. Butler, Nathalia, asking permission to erect a windmill for the purpose of pumping water from the creek.--Granted. Prom '• Ratepayer," drawing atten tion to the waste of water in Numur fcsh by those on whose properties water meters have not been placed.— Received, Reports, J. T. Price, pamper, Nathalia, asked that notices be placed on standpipes that the valves be properly closed to prevent waste of water.—Notices to be posted. R. Callander reported the collection of rates—Rural L25 5s 5d, Numur kah urban L64...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LADIES' PART. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914

THE LADIES' PART. The ladies' committee is working with a will to provide creature com forts for the large crowd expected, and there will be no need for anyone to suffer the pangs of huoger daring the day, In this connection we have been asked to mention that dona tions of cake, soones, poultry, butter, produce—in fact, anything that can be eaten—will be gratefully received. These may be left with MrB Camp bell, at the Bank of Victoria, and with Mr King. Volunteers are also needed bo help in the work of dis pensing 8foernoon tea.

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TEFF GRASS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914

TBFP GRASS, (To the Editor.) Sir,—This planb is a native of Abys sinia and is largely cultivated in the hill country there. It was introduced into S, Africa some years ago, where ib has proved of immense value for fodder ; and it is a splendid variety for a summer hay crop. If the seed gets sufficient moisture to germinate, it makes remarkably quick growth. It has been cut for hay in seven weeks from the time ib was sown. When it is high enough to shade the ground, its growth is simply phenomena!, and as many as two or three cuttings may be made from it in a short season. Its feeding valne is very high, and it is eaten greedily by all classes of stock. One farmer dr blares that his cattle will leave green lucerne for it, while a pro minent dairyman avers that his milk snpply was greatly increased by feeding Teff. It is an annual, and should be sown in Spring. It will thrive on any gronnd—wet or dry, but soil of a porous, sandy nature is most suitable, and it produces from two to thr...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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THE SHIRE COUNCIL CONTRIBUTES £500. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914

THE SHIRE COUNCIL CONTRIBUTES £500. At Tuesday's meeting of the shire council, Or Campbell said the residents of the shire had subscribed most liberally to the patriotic fund, and it was the duty of bhe council to do what it conld to alleviate the distress caused by the war. The matter had been thrashed out time and again, and the only question now was how much the shire should give. The shire was a large and prosperous one, and he moved that £500 be voted—£250 to the general fund and L250 to the Belgian fund. The hearts of all must have been touched by the stories of the suffering undergone by the women and children in Belgium. If necessary more money could be voted later. Or Furze seconded. The voting of the money was in the direction of keeping the flag of freedom flying. He was pleased the motion provided for a portion of the fund to go to Belgium, for it was certain that had it not been for the Belgian soldiers the French army would have been overwhelmed before Britain joined h...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KATAMATITE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914

KATAMATITE. Mr Duncan Scott and his daughter, Miss Jean, are on a visit to this (own. Mr Scobb, who looks the picture of health, was a few years ago a well known farmer of this dis trict and a good worker for the town, During the past 10 years he has been dairy farming on extensive lines in New Zealand, and the venture has, I am pleased to say, proved a great success.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914

=! WRITES THIS LETTER TO or* TO ALWAYS USE WHEN OUT OF SORTS OR NERVOUS More than any oilier thi> document proves the value of this great family medicine. "Sunnvsido, Waliaroo, S.A,, 29 112. "Having seen In one of your books the names of those benefited by CLEMENTS TONIC, I add my testimony, seeing none like It anywhere. "It might benefit others, as it did mo, when rearing my family. By its use I had the brightest, healthiest children, a boy 17, and three girls 15, 13 and 10 years. Neither knows what earache, tooth ache, or headache is. " I attribute it to nothing but the use of CLEMENTS TONIC, as I am not very strong. I would US8 it when run down or out of sorts, and then would enjoy the best of health. "All young married women shall U3Q It, as it is such a grand nerve and muscle strongthener. [Qifinod) EV2cg. E„ STEER." Ill cases of Poor Blood. Wasting Weak ness. Debility, Loss of Rest. Poor Ap petite. Biliousness, Sick Headache, Low Spirits, Insomnia, Constipation, Liver or Ri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914

MEN! Let Go Your ;ats '• ^ ^ ^^sss^sbissi \&$s %. t+V " &r V <*^"'l' ^££g See MePHEBSON'S HEW STYLES. MEN ! Let go yonr Winter Hat—it is a relic. For appearance sake and comfort—it must retire before the warm Spring Days. See -the smart long-lasting Spring and Summer Hats at McPHERSON'S— Here are Straw Boaters, Panamas, Lounge Felts In endless assortment. There is a size for every head at a price for every pocket. Nowhere else do you get such splendid choice—nowhere else do yon get so much hat value for your money. Wisely then—select at MePHERSON'S and Go into Style Head First. A. lePHEil !j The Men's Store, Numurkah HI a"o R9HTO M LATE SOXON'S OARAGE, MEIV I L L E SHEET, E3U Rfl U R K A H. CARS i ^ ;! LAMPS AND RADIATORS REPAIRED. TYRES AND TUBES i VULCANISED. OVERHAULED '! ^i5sUPk« AND ADJUSTED. 1 JfQ]^ MAGNETOS REPAIRED AND RE MAGNETISED HIRE New Parts of any description made. Petrol, Oils, Grease, and all motor accessories kept In stock. Tyres, Tubes, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914

WARS-RUMORS OF WARS CONCERN AMD INTEREST ALL, BUT 3 TSi jSL (a! Km n-nim ^ e^PflPWWM PfTfWf'fS, IS PP cH S ^ Pfelilu^ ^® r Is of the greatest importance to all in Numurkah and District. In order to further reduce their very heavy stocksin the Harware Dent, ttiev are making great rnnmesinnc To those Fencing Plain, Black, Galvanized and Barb "Wire. Corrugated Iron and Timber, All Builders' Ironmongery and Household Requisites, Cups and Saucers, 4s 6d dose", Enamel Saucepans from Is each, 4 Pint Tin Kettles, ls*3d« Toilet Sets, lis 6d, 4ft 6in Mattress, 18s 6d. Kapok Pillows, 2s 6d, In this Department we are making clearances; Note a few prices. Potatoes, 5s per bag. Kerosene, 9s per case. Sunlight Oil Gake, 12s cwt. Hunter Eiver Lucerne Seed, Is 8d lb. POTATOES. SEED POTATOES. . Carman, Vermont, Early Rose, Our Teas and Coffees are beyond comparison. We are Cash Buyersof Dairy Produce, Hides and Skins. _ ... , — — I « ■ VMMV9I OiULMWU HtlU t/Ill HOf juuuuv.'JL i-ivci JJltUOiliC occu, ...

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PATRIOTIC MOVEMENTS, NEXT WEDNESDAY'S DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914

PATRIOTIC MOVEMENTS, NEXT WEDNESDAY'S DEMONSTRATION. On Wednesday nest, as every'-dis triot resident knows, the mnoh talked of demonstration in aid ef the patriotic fond will be held on the Numurkah showgrounds. The committee has been working most enthusiastically to present a programme such as will com pel the attendance of the general public in large numbers, and from what can be learned there will be no lack of interest. The one reason of the func tion is, of course, the raising of funds for the relief of distress that will indubitably be caused through the war, and it would be well were the public to prepare for the assaulb upon their diving powers that will be made, Pro ceedings will commence with a pro cession, and for this the committee have been assured of a big display of novel characters and groups. The procession will be headed by1 Mr King as King George and Mr Dolphin as John Bull, Tha sports programme will be out of the ordinary, too, and for the time being there will b...

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The Numurkah Leader ESTABLISHED 1895. Published Friday.: One Penny. 'PHONE 34. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914

Established 1895. Published Friday. : One Penny. 'Phone 34. Friday Morning, September 11, 1914 The uBual meeting of the Nnmurkah Eeohabite Tent wbb held in the Methodist eohool-room on Monday night last. The D.R., Bro Don. Stewart, opened the Tent and the C.R., Bro E. E. Frampton, after* wards took the chair. The sum of £3 waa passed to two members as sick pay. It was resolved to send complimentary letters to Bros Ed. Pike and W. McD. Perry, members of the Expeditionary Force, who are now in camp at Broad meadows. The matter of being repre sented in the prooession at the Patriotic Demonstration on the 16th inst. was left in the hands of Bro D. Stewart to arrange. Next meeting is fixed for Mon day, 21st inst. An illustrated poultry lecture will be delivered by a Government expert in the Numurkah Mechanics' on Monday night next, commencing at 8 o'olock. Admis sion will be free, and the Agricultural Society extends a hearty invitation for all to be present. A reminder Is given that Mr ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914

INDIGESTION WHY IT IB SO COMMON. The strenuous modern life we lead often apsets the digestive system. Then, too, worry, overwork, anxieties of various sorts, excitement, late hoars trying climatic conditions, lack of exercise, or too violent exercise, are each and all capable of bringing about a deranged condition of the stomach. Add these to excessive tea drinking, to which many of ns must plead guilty and you see clearly enough why indi gestion is so common, To avoid indigestion, and its dis tressing symptoms, you must take an occasional dose of Mother Seigel's Syrup, But to banish indigestion and its health-destroying effects, its pains and discomforts, you must take a regular coarse of Mother Seigel's Syrup. There isn't a remedy in ex istence that can cure you at once if you have been suffering for a long time, but quick relief and eventual restoration to good health are cer tainly in the powers of Mother Seigel's Syrup, and usually follow its use. Of that there is no douht. Ten...

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WUNGHNU. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914

WUNOHNU. The "Arcadian'' ball on Wednes day evening was most enjoyable, there being many visitors from the surrounding district, The hall was tastefully decorated in two shades of yellow and baskets of daffodils, the floor was all to be desired, and the music was supplied by the Misses Belb in their neual capable manner. The ladies who conducted the affair deserve great praise for their untiring energy in making it a social success, special meution haa-ing to be made cf the splendid organising work done by Misses Howell and Woodhouse, joint honorary secretaries.

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914

NEWS AND NOTES. The Bishop preached in the Tallyga roopna district on Sunday last, and ad ministered the rite of Confirmation to fifteen persons at Tallygaroopna and five at Katandra. The Bishop travelled home by the morning train and our Hector noticed that he was travelling second class. - We have strong suspicions (supported by rumor) that this means cuttiDg down expenses for the Patriotic Fund. We oannotsay for certainty, be cause the Bishop is not the one to pro claim such deeds on his part, but many churchmen might well take ex ample and travel with less comfort in order that our brethren in the war may benefit. The meeting of the Joint Vestries in this district has been postponed until next Tuesday. Next Sunday the service at Wunghnu will be he'd at two o'clock instead of at three. The Rev A. G. Home, of Tally garoopna, will officiate. The PARISH SUPPLEMENT to this column is now available for this month. It inoludes articles on the present war, Michaelmas Day, Angels and Men,...

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PICOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914

PICOLA. Whilst engaged unloading red gum logs ab Mr A. Maloney's saw mill on Saturday last, Mr S. Grinder, who is a well known district teamster, narrowly escaped serious accident, if not instant d£a'h. From some cause a loar, in which there were a good many hundred feet of titube', slipped, and before Grinter could get oub of the way it had caught him and rolled bim over. Fortuuately the log rolled on the side on which there was a heap of sawdust, and his body and head were orushed down into the soft and yielding stuff, and he was rescued but very little injured, only being bruised about the face and body. There is some prospect of the bore put down some two years ago, as a souroe of water supply for the town being put at last to use. On a large patibion presented to the council on Tuesday the engineer received in structions to have the capacity of the bore bested, with a view to further actiou.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914

Boot and saddle, boot and saddle, See the sun is in the skies, See the dawn's awake from slumber.. See, the day's wide opened eyes. Life's short day is freer, stronger, If we make onr health secure, Make the shore day spin onb longer— Do it with Wcoda' PeppermlBt Coes9

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NUMURKAH SHIRE COUNCIL TUESDAY, SEPT, 8. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914

NUMURKAH SHIRE COUNCIL TUESDAY, SEPT, 8. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday, when there were present:—Ors Campbell (President), Thornton. Meiklejohn. Fnrze, Ball, Tuokett, Maloney Ross' MoDonell, Pnrdie, Moss, Gordon. ' President's Allowance. The President's allowance was fixed at £60. Election of President. On the motion of Crs Furze and Tnobett, Or Ball was eleoted President, Or Meiklejohn had no objection to Or Ball's election, bat seeing the dark ened conditions prevailing, he thought it wonld be wise if the retiring Presi dent were re-elected. The work of con | ducting the business of the shire was going to be strenuous, and it was I scarcely fair that a young councillor , should be plaoed in a position of such responsibility. Or Campbell said that though a young councillor, Or Ball had °had considerable experience in public affairs and the business of the shire would, he felt sure, be well oonducted by him,' ; Or Ball thanked councillors for his i el...

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BEARII. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 September 1914

BEARII. On Saturday, August 29th, the annual picnic of the Ulupna North school was held in the school grounds. Despite the high wind ahd the con sequently cold weather, a numerous gathering of parents, children and visitors assembled. Tie head teacher, Miss M'G-regor, and the school com mittee had prepared a long list of races, and the resultiog contests were thoroughly enjoyed by the contest ants and the spectators. During the intervals the Bearii brass band, nnder Conductor W.Williams, treated the gathering to some inspiriting music. The racing having concluded, bhe children, with appetites sharp ened by bhe fresh air and exercise, sat down and did full justice to bhe many good things supplied by bhe ladies. When old Sol had gathered his golden shafts many tired and happy children and, we might add, older people, wended their way home ward content in the thought of a day well spent, The annual meebing of bhe Bearii Brass Band was held in bhe band room on Monday, August 31. The Pre...

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