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THE PATRIOTIC DEMONSTRATION A HUGE SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914
the patriotic demonstration A HUGE SUCCESS. The much-talked of patriotic de monstration duly eventuated on Wed nesday last, and right successful it proved. From early morning people from the outlying districts began to assemble in little knots in the main street, and when the time arrived for the procession to move off there was a very large crowd. Some little delay occurred in getting the procession started, but when it did move off no time was lost in getting to the show grounds, where the sports programme was carried through. At the head of the lengthy proces si/^irode Mr A. 0. King (the secretary to tbe movement), disguised as the ging. Charlie looked well, but we feel sure tbafc an anarchist looking for an opportunity to throw a bomb at onr sovereign would have passed Charlie j,„ By his side rode Mr J. H. Dolphin, whose " get-up " as John gall was excell- nt. He was a typical Englishman. Messrs King and Dol phin were followed by the local troop A.Ij.H- nn(ler Sergeant T. Leavey...
"BONNIE SCOTLAND." EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914
"BONNIE SCOTLAND," EDINBURGH. Magnificent, imposing, is this Qneen Oity of Scotland. If ib only had the climate of Melbonrne it coald not be beaten in the grandeur of its surround ings. But first I must tell you of the "Trossaehs." Leaving Glasgow very early one morning, 1 trained to Bal loch Pier, where a pretty steamer awaited us for the Lochs. Loch Lomond is a dream of beauty, a large expanse of water, the banks beautifully wooded, calling to mind that lovely old song "The Bonnie Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond." The day was ideal, bright sun just a nip in the air that spoke of the near highlands. Many beautiful homes we passed, away on the hills. We Australians have no idea of the varied coloring of the trees in this country, every shade of green, copper beeches, horse chestnuts in full bloom, pink and white, these are all huge trees, then the Scotch firs, the whole being a wonderful blending of shade and color this glorious spring time, You can imagine sailing be tween these hills,...
THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914
THE GUN. The Numurkah Gun Club held a shoot on Saturday. A fairly strong oross wind was blowing, rendering shooting rather difficult. Notwithstanding this faot however, some good shooting was done, Especially in the shooting for the trophy, in which J. Newby and E. Eogers each got his first seven birds with the first barrel. Proceedings opened with a sweep, wbioh was divided by W. Thomas and W. Grant, with four kills. W. Thomas won the trophy presented by Mr D, Reilly, securing the whole of his ten sparrows. E. Eogers was second, only missing one bird. Four other shooters tied for third place, each missing two birds. Ten shooters took part in the shoot. The second sweep resulted in a tie between N. Callander (who was making his debut at the traps) and C. Baker, and on a shoot off the latter won on the fourth bird. The same shooter won the next sweep after a tie with W. Grant. The last sweep was won by J Newby. About 250 birds gaosed through the traps.
Tungumah Shire Council. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914
Tungumah Shire Couneil. Monday, September 7feh, Present-—Ore Oammins (President)) Hodge, Ford, Stokes, J. Ryan, Wodeson, Kelly, Deagan, D. Ryan, Whitty, Fell and Mulqainey. CORRESPONDENCE. From Lands Department, asking if council bad any objection to Mrs E, Reynolds leasing the frontage to allotment 28d, Koonoomoo.—No ob jection to be offered. From Shire of Fern Tree Gully, asking co-operation in suggesting that the Government be asked to offer the following prizes annually for the most practical systems of rab bit destruction, viz:—1st, £300 ; 2nd £200; 3rd, £100 ; and the same sums in prizes for clear or other country,—Received. From Shire of Shepparton, asking co-operation in constructing two cul verts on the boundary road between Pine Lodge and Katandra, also r .is ing formation for a distance of 15 yards by 1 foot.—Agreed to share half cost. From H. Roberts, Y ouanmite, urg ing council to make an embankment on the E and W road at once, as the water was getting very low. Refer r...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914
CHURCH SERVICES, Methodist Church.—Services next Sunday are as follow :—Numurkah 11, Mr Jafiray; Numurkah 7, Baulkamaugh Sth 3, Waaia, Rev Haitt ; Wunchnu 11, Kaarimba 3, Mr W. Fowler ; Wunghnu 7, Marungi 11, Congupna West 3, Esv Yeo; Cobram 11 and 7, Koonoomoo 2.30, Rev Inch; Baulkamaugh 11, MrCaldwe 1; Baulkamaugh Sth 7.30, Mr J. Fowler; Naring 3, Mr G. Fowler ; Strachnierton 3, Mr Martindale; Buubartha, Mr Green Presbyterian Church, Nathalie Circuit Services will be held on Sunday next as follows.—Nathalia 11 and 7, Picola 3. First Sunday in the month chil dren's service Nathalie 11, Picola 3, ReY. I Glyn Jones. Church of England—Services will be held ou Sunday next as follows—Yalcs (H.C.) 11, Narioka (H.C.) 3, Nathalia 7,30, Rector; Nathalia 11, Mr Golding. Methodist Church, Nathalia Circuit, Services will be held on Sunday as fol lows—Nathalie 11 and 7. Rev. M'hite; Yalca South 11, Yalca (S) 3, Bearii Rev W Clemens ; P'cola North 11, upna 3, Picola West 7, Mr Taylor: Nar ioka 3...
HORSES' FATAL MEAL. WHEAT BY THE ROADSIDE. HIGH COURT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914
HORSES' FATAL A1EAL. WBEAT BY THE ROADSIDE. HIGH COURT DECISION, The stolen feast of wheat by a team of horses on the Swan Hill road last February ended disastrously to the horses at the time, and has since in volved the owners of the horses and of the wheat in litigation, which after passing through the County Court and the State Supreme Court, reached the High Court, when the owner of the horses sought leave to appeal against the decision of the State Supreme Court. On February 12, the horses, which belonged to John Hannon, after being fed, were let ont on the Nyah-Swan Hill road, as usual, to make their way, unattended, to a paddock about seven miles down the road, Along the road which they passed, Alexander Duncan McLarty had left a load of wheat drawn up by the fence on one side, with a dog chained up to a wheel to protect it T e horses coming amng seized the opportunity to make a feast upon the wheat—a meal which, whi'e greatly liked by horses, is dangerous to them. As a resul...
OBITUARY. MR MATTHEW WHITE, SEN. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914
OBITUARY. MR MATTHEW WHITE, SEN. One of the earliest settlers in the distriob, in the person of Mr Mat thew White, passed away at his resi dence, Invergordon, on Tuesday morning, the c^use of death being pneumonia. The late Mr White, who was a native of Cornwall, ar rived in Victoria about 47 years ago, and after following mining for a few years came to Invergordon about 36 years ago and selected the land upon which he has resided ever since. He was 71 years of age at the time of his death, and was amongst the most highly respected men in the district. Though he took little active interest in any public movement, apart from ohuroh matters, there was nothing inaugurated for the welfare of the district that did not find him a ready supporter and ready helper, though he always preferred to render help in a quiet, unobtrusive fashion. Mr White had always enjoyed fair health up to within a week of his demise, when he was forced to take to his bed. He retained possession of all his facult...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914
NO ONE KNOWS /THE WEIGHT OF ANOTHER'S BURDEN. MANY A ONE BROUGHT TO LIGHT. Yon know if yon have a bnrden to bear. You know where you are taxed to bear itB Yon know how much trouble it gives you. But do you know how to shake it off? The back bears more burdens than all the human organism. But it objects to it sometimes em phatically. It aches, it pains, is weak and lame. It's your fault if you don't come to the rescue. Perhaps you don't know how. We could tell you, but you might doubt us. We wiil let this women do it, then 'tis easier proven. Mrs J. Adams, Brennan-street Nu murkah, says :—" For a considerable time I suffered from a weak and ach ing back, caused by iny kidneys being out of order. The pain was at times very severe, and prevented me from stooping or moving about freely. It was as much as I could do to attend to my household duties, and often when my work was finished 1 used to feel as if my back would break, the pain was so acute. One day I re ceived a Doan's Backache K...
Tungumah Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914
Tung'umah Water Trust. The monthly meeting of the above was held on Monday last. ELECTION OP CHAIRMAN, Com. Fell was re elected chairman, on the motion of Corns. Deagan and Whitby. Com Fell briefly returned thanks for the high honor conferred upon him by electing him chairman for the fourth time in succession. correspondence. From Numurkah Shire, stating that their Engineer had made ar rangements to have the gaugings at the Katandra weir forwarded to bheir office, and that no action is to be taken at the present time re the suggestion that the Broken Creek channel be pub in order.—Received. From same, stating that it was prepared to share the expense of re newing about 20 obains of lencing on the Baala Cre-k.—Lefb in hands of engineer. From Doherty Bros, Youanmite, asking for refund of 10s paid for water which they had not received. —To be refunded. From A. Barber, Katamatise, stat ing that on 27th June he paid 10s to have his dam at Youaomite filled, but up to the time of writing (...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 September 1914
ffllLI ? TAECE2 y Headaches, biliousness, flatulence, Seigel's Syrup is made from the cura ? i pains after eating, constipation, are tive extracts of certain roots, barks j f all common symptoms of stomach and leaves, which have a remarkable L!- - and liver troubles. And the more tonic and strengthening effect on all V.3 j you neglect them the more you suffer. the organs of digestion. The dis R3 Take Mother Seigel's Syrup if your tressing symptoms of indigestion or 51 stomach, liver, or bowels are slightly liver troubles soon disappear under deranged or have lost tone. Mother its beneficial action. IL.
THE LIVER. HOW TO TAKE CARE OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914
HOW TO TAKR HARTS OF IT. Liverishness is much more common then most people imagine. For in Btanoe, fanlty action of the liver gives rise to feelings of depression, it makes a man feel miserable and anfit for work, it gives a woman prostrating bilions attacks, headacheB, and causes languor, sleeplessness, and sometimes a blnrred state of vision. How to oare for the liver and keep it in good health is a simple matter if yon follow one or two well-defined rales. Don't eat too maoh or too rich food. Try to get some exercise every day. Above all be strong on prevention. Don't miss that point, for the readiest and the best preventive of liver troubles is an occasional dose of Mother Sei gel's Syrnp, the world- famons diges tive and liver tonic made from roots, barks, and leaves. Bat even where liverisbness is robbing yoa of strength and baoyaney of health, Mother Sei gel's Byrnp will do yoa good. Take it after your meals, persevere with it, and in time it will restore yoa. Of coarse preve...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914
The raluBtrel boy to the war has gone; In the ranks of health yon'll find him, Wood's Peppermint Oare he's depend ing on, And he left his oongh behind him. Don't leave home when abroad you roam Without a atook close by you, For health is vlct'ry, you'll all agree, So don't lot eiokasisteyyoa.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914
CRICKET. The annual meeting of the Naring Dip club was held at Mr E. Patrick's resi dence on Thursday, September 17. There was a fair attendance of members pre sent, The usual business was dealt with and the following offioers appointed President, E. Patriok ; seoretary, W. A. Donald ; captain, C. Gray ; vice-captain, K. N. MoLeod ; match committee, Presi dent, captain and vice oaptain ; dele* gates, K, N. MoLeod and W. A. Donald.
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914
NEWS AND NOTES. Holy Baptism—At St George's Sunday, Sept. 20th, at Matins:—Joseph Andrew White, Clude Alan White, Mervyn Bingham White, Francis George Hawker. Next Sunday the Services at St. Columb's, Wungknn, will be at 2 p.m. The Rev, Vernon H. Jenkyn has been appointed curate-in-charge of the parochial distriot of Broadford. Rev. E. Parquharson, formerly of Benalla, is leaving shortly for England, having accepted the parish of St. Michael's Knighton, Leicester. Twenty-six men at the Broadmeadows Camp were a few days ago confirmed by the Archbishop of Melbourne. They Boon afterwards made their Pirat Com munion in oompany with one hundred other communicants, the Celebrant being Canon Hughes, " Onward Christian Soldiers." Our Chaplains to accompany the Ex peditionary Poroe are the Dean of Syd ney, Ven Archdeacon Richard, Rev. W. E. Dexter and Rev. Geo. Green. " St. Paul's marks on the body made by Btonings, soourgings, imprisonments, and disease were all regarded by him as ' the mar...
EDITORIAL. THE LECTIONARY. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914
EDITOB AL. THE LECTIONARY. Mary like a good girl always took her Bible to Churoh, and had the habit of looking up beforehand the lessonB to be read and using little book marks so as to turn them up quickly in Church. She was walking part of the way with, a girl friend who attended a neighbouring chapel, and who on seeing the book marks wondered how Mary knew what the minister was going to read that night. ' Oh, that's easy" said Mary, "I can easily tell by looking at the Calendar at the front of my Prayer Book, We, in the Church can always tell what are the Old and New Testament readings for any day in the year. To»day is the 15th Sunday after Trinity. Now look, and I will turn to the table of Proper Lessons. Hereyou see the Oid Testament reading to-night will be either 2 Kings 19 or 2 KiDgs 23 to v 31, There are two you see because in some places Evensong is said twiee (afternoon and evening) and I might go twice. I know that this ohap | ter will be read to-night in St. George's, |...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. WUNGHNU. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. [From Our Own Correspondent] WUNGHNO. The colleotora for the patriotic fond have been met most generonsly by the residents of the town and district, depite the most unfavourable season. The total contribution was £106 I2s 6d, of which amount LI00 has been Bent to swell the Lord Mayot's fund. The balance is to be handed to the ladies of the Red Cross Society, who are doing good work in making gar ments, etc., for the troops. The formal opening of the Wunghnu Bowling greea took place 1 on Wednesday afternoon, when, des pite the boisterous weather, there was a fair attendance, representatives of the Numurkah and Oobram clubs, as well as a number of ladies, being present. The green is in first-class order, and? the members of the olab anticipate an enjoyable season. Mr M. W. Harris (President) cordially welcomed the visitors, and expressed the hope that the most pleasant exchange of matches eDjoyed by the variona clubs in the past) would not be lessened this seaso...
MEETINGS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914
MEETINGS, ETC. Wednesday, 23rd—Rector at Strath merton and Hywee. Confirmation ClaBs 7 p.m. Thursday, 24th—Meeting C.E.M.S. at Rectory 7.30 p.m. Friday, 25th—Choir praotioe, Numur kah, 8 p.m. Litany, 8.30 a.m. Tuesday, 29th—Litany 8.30 a.m. Wednesday, 30th—Reoror at Inver gordon. HYMNS for next Sunday—(16th Sun day after Trinity.)—214, 215, 362, 477, 221, 604, 595. Subject—The Church. Meditation this week—Gal. 6, v 17.
KATAMATITE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914
KATAMATITE. There was a large gathering in the Mechanics' Hall on Thursday evening last when Sister Grear, Superintendent of the Victorian Bush Nursing Assoc iation, installed Nurse Garner into the, position of nurse for the branch. Mr/ J. Richardson, J.P.. presided, and apologised for the unavoidable absence of- the Presided (Mr T. Hugnes), Messrs W. White and M. P. Q'Dwyer, members of the committee. The pro gramme commenced with a pianoforte overture, nicely played by Miss Timothy. Tbe chairman then gave an address, and the installation of the nurse was performed. Miss M. Batey favored with a strong, and Miss Ahern was successful in her song. Misses Batey's duet was pleasing, the instru mental duet by Mr Will and Miss Maggie Forestal was much appreciated, and Miss M'IsaacB pleased the aud ience with her recitations, Refresh ments were then handed rounded by the ladies, and the singing of the National Anthem brought a pleasant evening to a close. The annual meeting of subso'ibers i...
Church of England Chronicle. (Edited for the members and adherents of the Church in the Parochial district of Numurkah.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914
Church of England Chronicle. (Edited tor the members and. adhereuta o£ the Church in the Parochial district of Namnrkah.) Rector, Eev S, W, Williamson, ThL. Plan of Church Services for September. NUMTTEKAH S.S. 2.30 p.m STE'THM'rN S.S. 10 a.m. WUNGHNU S.S. 2 p.m, KATUNGA S.S. 2 p.m. | eR aE ME 13 eR M.R aS aR 20 MR eD eR aR 27 eR mR aS aR On above plan m stands for morning, a for afternoon, e for evening, M for Morning Holy Communion, b.b. for Sunday-Bchool, E for Rector, D for Mr Davie, S to be snppliod. The Rector desires that immediate notice be given of all cases of serious illness. Marriages—By appointment (except in Lent). To avoid possible Inconvenience, the Eeotor desires early notification. Bector visits State Sohools—Tuesday, Numurkah (weekly), 9.15; Wednesday, Invergordon and My wee, 9.15 ; Thursday, Wunghnu, 9.15 ; Strathmerton, 8.39 p.m, (all fortnightly).