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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914

T*\ A No, thank 'ee, sir! I never touches nothing "hard," sir. I finds a drop o' 'ot tea suits me best, sir. People takes me 'cause they knows as 'ow I don't take nuthin' stronger 'en a cup o' tea, an' so yeh see's it's because I likes " Robur," as they likes me. The Cabby. THE Federal Cash GROCERY, — ■■ Quality and Prices Right. —— Ironmongery, Crockery, Glassware. A splendid assortment to choose from DAIRY PRODUCE. We make a speciality of Dairy Batter. and New Laid Eggs. Hides, Skins. Tallow, Wheat, Eggs, Batter. We bay in any quantity. HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN. Agent for The Famous Alfa Laval Cream Separator. Inspection of the Latest Model invited. H. V. McKay's Sunshine Harves ters,gFarm Implements and Machinery. A Large Stock of Duplicates on hand. WELL BORING.—2 gangs of Expert Borers engaged. Estimates Given, F. C. f FEDERAL CASH STORES, NUMURKAH. LEAVE Y0U1 ^ALTERS jpHABMACY. PATEHT AND PROPRIETARY MEDICINES. A full stock is kept o£ all Patent Medicines, inoluding the following ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAAIA [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914

WAAIA The dry weather is causing grave concern in this centre. The crops have held out marvellously, but far mers are beginning to give up all hopes of any return this season, and havo turned their stock in in many cases to eat them off and thus make fallow of the ground for next year. Seed wheat and chaff for the putting iD of nexb year's crop is the subject discussed most at present. Wool is beginning to arrive at the local railway station, but will not be sent away until the markets settle in Mel bourne and elsewhere. A monster load of wood arrived on Monday at the sawmill here, brought in by Mr W. Gilmartin, of Ulupna. When sawn it filled a truck. It is the intention of the sobool com mittee to hold a patriotic concert, with a dance to follow, on or about Septem ber 30tb, to raise funds for the j triotio fund, It is the intention to hold same in the Waaia grain shed. This building holds 2000 bags of wheat when full, so there will be room for a monster crowd. A presentation of a ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914

STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, INTERSTATE LAND. PROPERTY 475 COLLINS STREET (The Older fleet); KOTUPNA (O'Hanlon's), aud at DUBBO, N.S.W. INSPECT THE CHEAP PROPERTIES iu the Famous Dubbo district of New South Wales. Rainfall at Dubbo, aver age 37 years, 23.14 in. per annum. Wheat average, 12.09 bushels—the highest In New South Wales. MAGNIFICENT PASTORAL CAPABILITIES ; also ASK OR WRITE FOR LAND LISTS. Victorian Lands, Properties, Hotels, etc., in auy part of the State. MONEY. Private aud Trust Moneys from £250 to £100,000 for LOAN on Broad Acres in any part of the Goulbum Valley, from 4 per cent, to 5 per cent, long term of years. We have one sum of £5C00, to be invested in £1000 separate securities. A chance for a small bor rower. LARGE LINES OF OATTLE AND SHEEP FOR SALE IN VICTORIA, N.S,W., and Queensland. Share of Patronage Solicited. L1.EP ifl LONG TERH: SEVERAL Blocks with only 5 per cent deposit, and very good terms to pay, Suit anyone with small capital. Virgin land. Fullest part...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914

NATHALIA. At s meeting of the committee of the Nathalie Agricnltnral Society on Saturday a propose' that the annual' show be abandoned this year was dis cussed. After argument pro and con it was agreed that the exhibition be held, and that any profit accruing be handed to the patriotic fund. Little James Oobbledicb, the nine year-old son of Mrs G. Oobbledicb, had bis face badly cut from a bicb from a horse last weeb. He is now getting all right. A progressive euchre tournament followed the transaction of formal busi ness at the monthly meeting of the Catholic Federation on Friday last, over which the Rev. Father Lawless presided, Miss E. O'Hare and Mr Ball won the chief prizes, whilst the lesser awards fonnd ownership with Miss Mullery and Mr J. Bourke. A man ramed John Smith was on Friday last fined L2, in default four teen days' imprisonment, for breabing several window panes at the Picola Hotel. Mr Roach, the licensee, had discharged Smith from his employ, and his dissatisfaction...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Disastrous Fire at Katamatite, SHOPS AND DWELLINGS DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914

Disastrous Fire at Katamatite, SHOPS AND DWELLINGS DESTROYED, * The most destructive fire that ha! ever occurred at Katamatite broke out) about 3 o'clock on Tuesday morning last, when a whole row of buildings wag totally destroyed. The fire started at the rear of a dwelling attached to Mrs Rowe's fruit and confectionery shop, which dwelling was practically attached to Mr A. Barber's dwelling on the north and Mr T. Hughes's shop and dwelling on the south. The fire Was noticed first by Mrs Barber, who in formed the other members of the family, and Mr Lial Barber hastened to arouse Mr Hughes and family. By this time (he fire had obtained a good hold; indeed Mr and Mrs Hnghes and their son and infant had scarcely left their room when it was enveloped iu flames The clothing hastily thrown round the children, an organ and a little stock thab had been removed by residents, who by this time had congregated, wss r11 that was saved. The fire meanwhile had spread to Mr Barber's residence which...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BAULKAMAUGH SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914

BAUUKAMATJGH SOUTH. A very interesting debate took place at Baulfeamangh South on Tuesday night, 15th inat., when sidea were chosen from members of tho local Tent LO.Ri The subject under discussion was—"Which has the greatest effect on the formation of good character— Prosperity or Adversity." The fol lowing were the debaters who advo cated Prosperity aB having the greatest effect on the formation and building of character — Mr Percy Tweddle (leader), Geo. Fowler, J. C. Thornton. Two members of this side were unavoidably absent. On the other side for Adversity were Mr W. Fowler (leader), Miss Storer, 0. Wearne, T. Betts, W. A. Fowler. Both sides put in a good deal of time and effort and were positively sure that they had the right. There were three judges — Messrs A. Yarwood, Lawrence, and Jno. Fowler-and after the debate was finished and the two leaders had replied the judges compared notes and the verdict was—two judges awarded 50 points and the third 49 to the Bide that advocated...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Volunteers for the Front. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914

Volunteers for the Front. Messrs Bert Callander, Wally Wil liams, S. Lambert and W. Brown have volunteered for active service with the Australian second expeditionary force, and left Numurkah yesterday morning. They were accompanied to the station by a large number of towns men, who cordially wished tbern a safe return. 'On Wednesday nigbt a large number accepted Mrs Ross's invitation to foregather at the Shamrock Hotel to bid the young warriors "good-bye." A very dainty supper had been pro vided by Mrs Ross, and after this had been fully sampled and declared Al, Cr Campbell, who occupied the chair, proposed the health of our lr.ds, He told them that Numurkah was proud of their patriotism in offering to give their live3 if necessary for the liag under which we had all enjoyed un limited freedom for so many years, and assured them that when they returned to Numurkah they would be welcomed in a manner worthy of the great sacri fices they were prepared to make for the empire. In acknow...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Hospital Bazaar. A SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914

The Hospital Bazaar. A SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION. A oouple of months ago, it will be remembered, arrangements were pub in train for the holding of the bi-en i nial demonstration in aid of the Mooroopna Hospital, an institution that has for long claimed and re ceived generous recognition at the hands of the Numurkah district public. For two reasons—unde served strictures passed by the hospibal board of management and the unfavourable Beason—it was decided to abandon the demonstration, but the ladies' committee had made such arrangements as practically com pelled the doing of something. Numerous tickets had been sold for various amides that had been of fered for disposal by art-union, and the ladies decided bhab a bazaar should be held and as muoh money as possible be gained for the hospi tal, which, through hard times and good, has to continue its work of alleviating sickness and pain. The bazaar eventuated on Tuesday and- a successful affair it was, Des pite the fact that there is little ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TAKINGS. The takings from various sources, as nearly as they can be ascertained, were as follow:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914

THE TAKINGS. The takings from various sources, as nearly as i!; 7 can be ascertained, were as follow :— Gate £38 3?, concert £21 Ss, re freshments, etc., £16 lis, sheep gnessing and raffle (the sheep was won by Mr A. C. KiDg and handed back to be raffled) £4 lOs 6d, sale of pro duce, etc., £4 3s 5d, publican's booth £26 6s 8d, picture show £5, gig art onion (with other tickets yet to come). £60. This gives a total of about £180) and as the expenses will be light there will be a net profit of at least £150, a result upon which the committee have every reason to congratulate tbem salves.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914

MEN! Let Go Your »aa MrtPHTCRSON'S MEW HTV1MR8. See MCPHERSON'S MEW STYLES. MEN ! Let go your Winter Hat—it is a relic. For appearance sake and oomfort—it must retire before the warm Spring Days. See the smart long-iasting Spring and Snmmer Hats at McPHERSON'S— Here are Straw Boaters, Panamas, Lounge Felts In endless assortment. There is a size for every head *t 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 McPHERSON'S and Qo into Style Head First. A. McPHERSOK! s The Men's Store, Numurkah NUMIIRKAKI mwm mm,* LATE GOXON'S GARAGE, MELVILLE STREET, HUMMBKAW. CARS 'I" ^A1oa j L AMPS OVERHAULED I AND AND | jj RADIATORS ADJUSTED. FOR MAGNETOS REPAIRED AND RE MAGNETISED REPAIRED. TYRES AND TUBES VULCANISED. New Parts of any description made. Petrol, Oils, Grease, and all motor accessories kept In stock. Tyres, Tabes, Prestolites, etc., etc. Gun Repairs a Speciality. — NEW AND LUXURIOUS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914

"At The Miller St 99 '© flraffid of S<m ilPBSffiffl mm These comprise ail that is newest in Shades and Materials Crepe de Chine, Brooke Eoliennes, and the new cloth, "KREMLA" Absolutely the latest materials for the Season's wear We have made a Specialty of exclusive Robe Lengths. There are no two alike See our GRAFTON VOILES. They are lovely. All the newest designs. We also wish to draw ycur attention to our Embroideries, Flouncings, etc., and Embroidered Voiles. A Magnificent Stock. Varied Patterns to choose from, We have engaged the services of the Misses Raw ley and Persian, thoroughly experienced Dressmakers," who can assure you perfect fitting gowns at Moderate Prices and Up-to-date Styles. Nagaski and British-made Crepes, plain and fancy, in fast colors, at various Prices. Ao iW ILL OIK! & CGof NU THE AUSTRALIAN El A MORTGAG AND ^ P ' JwO lb 'Q WOOL WAREHOUSES, 573 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. " UnYn r^'arnfriftif-r-fv WOOL AND ^ ^ L5J rts \ i. i IN! AU...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. CONGUPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE, [From Our Own Correspondent] CONGUPNA. On Monday night, September 7, a ball in aid of the Shepparton band was held in the Oongnpna Hall. The attendance was not as great as was ex pected. The band provided some of the dance mnsio, and a few band selec tions ; Mr Hannan provided the re mainder of the mnsio. Mr Ford acted as M.U., and kept the dance going nntil aboot 12.30 a.m. Mr James Swann, an old resident of this district, and formerly of Picola, has been suffering from a serious illness for some few weeks now. Much sym pathy is felt for the patient, who is highly respected, and for his family, who are suffering an anxious time. The last few days, being warm, have withered the grass, and brought the low crops ont in ear.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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The Numurkah Leader ESTABLISHED 1895. Published Friday.: One Penny. 'PHONE 34. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914

The Established 1895. Published Friday. : One Penny. 'Phone 34. Friday Morning, September 18, 1914 A meeting of the Horticultural So ciety was held on Friday evening last, Mr H. J. Pearson, President, being in the chair. It was decided that the sooiety lay out and maintalu a plot of trees and shrubs in the Park near Melville-street bridge. Mr John Oliver, caretaker Queen's Walk, Essen don, has kindly consented to continue his good work for the park, and will/ peg out the land and give necessary in? 3tructions for planting. The meeting also decided to petition the water trlist to reduce the rate being charged for excess water, and a deputation will press the point at next meeting of the trust. Mr A. A. Abotomey, F.S.O.I., F.N. I.O.O., will visit Nnmurkah next Fri day, when he may be consulted at the Farmers' Arms Hotel, concerning aids to vision. Mr H. J. Pearson, dentist, will visit Katamatite on Wednesday next, Sen tember 23rd. ^ Owners are reminded that entries for the Sires' Prod...

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Shire of Numurkah Waterworks Trust [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914

Shire of Numurkah Waterworks Trust Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for Rural District for Year ended December 31st, 1913 1241 15 0 3 7 0 1913 Jail 1—To Balance — • • ••• £785 16 Dec 34— Current Rates Arrears of Rates Interest on Rates Sale of Water Interest on Deferred Deposits Miscellaneous Receipts ... Pnblic W«rks Loan Aesoant (Advance Repaid) Nnmurkah Urban A/c-Advance Repaid 15 0 0 4 2 2 27 1 3 8 6 8 0 3 0 10 16 0 545 0 0 1918 Dec 31—By Sale of Water Refunds ... . .. £15 0 Salaries ... ... ... 180 0 0 Pnblic Works ... ... 436 19 11 Advance to Loan Account .... 731 19 10 Law Expenses ... ... 4 0 9 Deputation Expenses ... ... 8 8 0 Audit Expenses ... ... 4 5 0 Printing. Advertising and Stationery. . 38 12 9 Petty Cash ... ... ... 10 3 0 Guarantees and Insurance 1 18 3 Overpaid Rates Refanded ... 2 4 1 Overpaid Interest Refunded ... 0 0 4 Interest paid on Loan ... ... 216 14 10 Redemption Fund ... ... 72 14 4 Miscellaneous Expenditnra ... 3 13 0 Balance ... ... ... 878 8 6 £...

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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914

THE CONCERT. The Mechanics' Hall was crowded to the doors in the evening, when a concert was given, and the large crowd apparently enjoyed to the foil every item. Or Campbell opened the ball by thanking the public for the most gen erous response that had been made to the appeal for funds. The Shepparton Model Band commenced the pro gramme with a selection, and Mr L. Fraser sang, Let me like a Soldier Fall, Miss Thorn rendered very nicely, The Boys of the Old Brigade, and the Numurkah Orchestra gave a capital interpretation of Lucia di Hammer moor. Mr and Miss Pechotsch were deservedly encored for their 'cello and violin duet, Melody d'Amour, and the j same compliment was extended the boy scouts, who sang Be Prepared. The Rev. Williamson appeared in costume in his song, Sons of the Sea, and Mr J. H. Dolpin also appeared in costume m My Wee Australian Lassie, for which he was encored Mr E. A. Bennett egain showed his artistry in his arrangement of the tablean War— a very fine effect. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914

Mrs. ELIZABETH ROBIiNS. of 256 Gouger Street, Adelaide. S.A., writes the story of her terrible suffer ings, 24/12/12. Eight years she was a martyr to the agony of Eczema, until she received relief from the almost ceaseless pain of this awful affliction through the use of The voluntary offering of this remark able letter by Mrs. Robius is evidence itself ot her gratitude, and it is also proof that in cases where the blood is impure and skin disease is in tensified by this condition, the blood purifying powers ot Clements Tonic are rapidly asserted. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "Your medicine has been a great blessing to mc. I suffered with Eczema for eight yearn ; my legs were swollen to an awfnl sizo and covered witb watery blisters that wonld beep on breaking. All that time I was con fined to my home, never being oat except wben taken to the hospital. They declined to take me in and pro nounced me incurable. Yonr medicine was ritcommcndcd to me by Nurse Grace, who said it wan a splendid bl...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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SPORTS RESULTS. The following are the results of the few sports events:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914

V, SPORTS RESULTS. The following are the lesnlts of the few sports events Barrel Race—Mr G. Raps. (Ow- ' ing to his inconsistent performances Mr Raps was disqnalified and the prize money retained to the fond,) Flag Race—Mr J. Mapletoft I, Mr J. Barritt 2. Trot—Mr T. Hodgson. Honters—Mr Walter Sutcliffe. Boys' Bicycle Race—Tommy Daly.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914

For Bronchial Ooagbs, take Wo3<Js' Great Peppermint OorCi Is»

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SOCIAL AT NARING. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914

SOCIAL AT NARINQ. A very enjoyable social was held on Friday last at Payne's in connection w-itb the Naring Football Club. The barn was nicely decorated with festoons of green and roses and the colors of the club. The secretary (Mr A. Young) and the energetic committee are to be com1 plimented on their success. The follow* ing are a few of- the dresses worn Miss Shields—Ninon over yellow satin. Miss Bell—"White voile over pink satin Miss Carroll—Grey silk _ , Miss Payne—Black crepe de chine ana black lace Miss C Carroll—Draped white silk wit ^ chiffon Miss Duffy—Cream silk muslin Miss Lynch—Floral silk Miss F Coombs—Crepe de chine, nino» over-all Miss It Coombs—Cream blue silk tn®' mings Miss N Payne—Chinese blue satin Miss Ford—Pale blue ninon , Miss R Ritchie—White silk, tiog trimmings Miss M Ritchie—White crepe de oh® Miss C G Oox—Cream silk, lime cow trimmings .< Miss Ivy Kelley—Maize satin, g0' embroidered net, Miss H. Williams—Cream silk, maroo trimmings . Miss Powe...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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PROCESSION PRIZES. Procession prizes were awarded as under by the judges, Messrs Bu'leid and Tunnock:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914

PROCESSION PRIZES. Procession prizes were awarded as under by the judges, Messrs Bu'leid and Tannock . Best National Character—Mr J, EL Dolphin. Best Drilled Company—Cadets. Best Drilled Company (comic) — Indian Gurkohs. Hospital Corps—Mr J. M'Ooy's Highflyer. Decorated Bicycle—Tommy Daley. Decorated Motor-car—Messrs Raps and Thomson, Bostained Character — Mr A. C. King. Comic Gronp— Messrs Campbell and Norman, Original Character—Mr J. Jones' Darktown fire brigade.

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