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Numurkah Court of Petty Sessions. WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER, 23, (Before Messrs John Meiklejohn, J C. Trengrove and W. C. Fitzwater, J'sP.) Alleged Larceny. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914

Numurkah Court of Petty Sessions. WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER, 23, (Before Messrs John Meiklejohn, J 0. Tr en grove and W. 0. Fitzwafer, J'sP.) Alleged Larceny. Christopher Brown waa charged, on the information of Constable De lame, with the larceny of a Bum of money amounting to aboub £32. Inspector Corkhill prosecuted and Mr D. C. Morrison appeared for bhe defence. Terenoe Owen Smith deposed that he arrived in Nnmurkah in June last, and met accused. Witness bad £48 15s 6d in his possession. Had several drinks and remembered nothing until the Wednesday, when Jle found his money gonp, ' To Mr Morrison—Cannot remem ber anything from the time I arrived in Numurkah nntil arrested for drunkenness. Was drunk for about a week ; did nob report the loss to the police; did not know how the money had gone ; have lost money bc£ore. To the Inspector—Cannot say what day I was locked op ; believe it was the day I missed the money ; knew the money could nob be spent in drink—oould not ep9nd it in bhe bime...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914

Rob» Oh, no, my fr'end, yeh can't put me off it—my missus knows 'em all, and as she swears by "Robur," it's good enuff for me —every time. She says "Robur" 'S "OK," and so it is—just you try some of the number "one" and ye'll know somethin' about tea yeh don't know now 'er I'm much mistaken. Want a tip for the Cup? "Robur" in "one." The Cabby. THE Federal Cash Store GROCE ■ Quality and Prices Right. Ironmongery, Crockery. Glassware, A splendid assortment to ohooae from DAIRY PRODUCE. We make a speciality of Dairy Bntter. and New Laid Eggs. Hides, Skins. Tallow, Wheat, Eggs, Bntter. We bay in any quantity. HIGHEST PRICE8 GIVEN. Agent for The Famons Alfa Laval Cream Separator. Inspection of the Latest Model invited. H. V. McKay's Sunshine Harves ters, Farm Implements and Machin^y, A Large Stock 0f Duplicates on hand. WELL SORING.—2 gangs of Expert Boj/ers engaged. Estimates Given, F. qTmeep, FEDERAL CASH STORES, NUMURKAH. LEAVE YOUR 8M¥s~AT ^ALTERS jpHABfi/IACY. , PATENT AND PROPRIETA...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914

For Bronchial Oougha, take Wo ids' Groat Peppermint Onre, 1b 0d.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914

FOOTBALL SEMI-FINAL. QOSBAM v KATAMATITi At MuekataL SATURDAY NEXT, SEPT 26. Melbourne Umpire. VICTORIAN RAILWAYS SALE OP COOL STORAGE SHED. TENDERS are invited for the pur chase and removal of Old Coo] Storage Shed at Numurkah. Particulars at Numurkah Station. £1 depoait. Tenders, indorsed "Tender for Numur kah Cool Storage Shed" mu.t be lodged, with the preliminary deposit, in the Ten der Box, Railway Offices, Melbourne, at or before Eleven a.m. on Wednesday, 30th September. No tender will neeeasarily be acoepted. J. S. REES, for Acting Se retary. NATHALIA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. Twenty-Seventh Annual SPRING SHOW. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8th. President : WM. LEAP, Esq. Vioa-Presidents :. G. J. JACKLSON and R. J. PATTERSON, Esqs. LIBERAL PRIZE LIST. Hunting, High-Jumping and Trotting Competitions. Grand Draught Horse Sires' Produo Stakes. Late Train from Melbourne Night before Show. Grand Parade of Prize Winners. Sheep Shearing Competition For young men under 20 years of age. Prize £2/2/, ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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TRIUMPH OF DEMOCRACY. A UNITED EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914

TRIUMPH OF DEMOCRACY. A UNITED EMPIRE. The utter failure of the Kaiser's plans is the supreme triumph of demo cracy, of enlightened. Liberal opinion applied to the government of peoples Scattered about every qnarter of the globe. The Kaiser, who is merely the figure head of the military caste which has shocked the civilised world by its extraordinary display of brutality and shortsightedness, utterly failed to grasp the genius of a free people. Because bis subjects have been disciplined to discuss great issues wibh bated breath, and to cower in the presence of ovor bea ing military tyrants, he fancied that an Empire whose subjects enjoyed freedom of speech, and who bore them selves bb men though general or admiral hectored them, must lie at bis mercy. Great Britain dare not strike, he reasoned, for both it and the Greater Britain overseas were torn by internal dissentions. No doubt there was ranch to encourage the delusion. Ulstermen were running guns, and Home Rulers were preparing...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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IRRIGATION. MOVEMENT AT NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914

IRRIGATION. MOVEMENT AT NATHALIA. In onr last issue we referred briefly to an irrgation movement initiated by the Nathalie Progress Association at its last meeting. We now append a foil report of the proceedings. The President (Mr James Richard* son) said the principal business of the meeting was to consider what steps should be taken in regard to irrigation. They had got a good attendance and it was a question that interested them all, town and country alike. Mr Mead had said previous to his visit to America that there was no country Deuer adapted to irrigation than their own. They were right into a dry spell and it accentuated the need of irriga tion. If they possibly could they should have an irrigation scheme from the Murray. It would be necessary to get the district and other towns to join in with them. Once they got going they could ask Mr Mead to speak. Half the bad effects of the drought would not be felt if people were only able to irrigate a few acres of lucerne. The Rodne...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914

MEN! Let Go Your wint: See MCPHERSON'S NEW STYJLES. MEN ! Let go yonr Winter Hat—it is a relic. For appearance sake and comfort—it mast 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 »t a price for every pocket. Nowhere else do you get such splendid choice—nowhere else do yon get so ranch bat valoe for your money. Wisely then—select at MePHERSON'S and Go into Style Head First. HePHERSOPJ, The Men's Store, Numurkah M LATE COXON'S GARAGE, MELVILLE S T H E E T» NUMURKAH. CAES OVERHAULED AND i! ADJUSTED. :i 1QK IvTAGNETOS REPAIRED AND RE MAGNETISED. HIRE LAMPS AND RADIATORS REPAIRED. TYRES AND TUBES VULCANISED. New Parte of any description made. Petrol, Oils, Grease, and all motor accessories kept In stock. Tyres, Tabes, Prestolites, etc., etc, Gun Repairs a Speciality. KF NEW AND LUXURIOUS CARS FOR HIRE AT ANY TIME DAY OR NIGHT. Agen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914

Milter St So dranfl Wmmm mi Mm ®SHfM 000 These comprise all that is newest ii Grepe de Chine, Brocks Eoliennes, and the new cloth, "KREMLA." Absolutely the latest materials for the Season's wear We have made a Specialty of exclusive Kobe Lengths. There are no two alike See our GRAFTON VOILES. They are lovely. All the newest designs. We also wish to draw your attention to our Embroideries, Flouncings, etc., snd Embroidered Voiles. 1 Magnificent Stock. Varied Patterns to choose from. We ftavs engaged Uje 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. Nag&ski and British-made Crepes, plain and fancy, in fast colors. at various Prices. A . /\\ uv V n il V U—S. J KAH. ' £3 *!P p A i fv^ ru 1 AND RTGAGE GO. wool warehouses, to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Land G ^ p, Z— p3v R * 'Ijn sales of wool, hides, skins, tallow and grain Weekly. CASH advances on the ensuing ...

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The Numurkah Leader ESTABLISHED 1895. Published Friday.: One Penny. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914

TTce Established 1895. Published Friday. : One Penny. Friday Morning, September 25, 1914 The attention of oar readers is direc- I ted to an advertisement appearing In another column, in which Messrs Lip ton Ltd. announce that the period during which a gold brooch they are giving to users of Lipton's tea can be obtained has been extended from Sept. 30 to Oct. 31. Messrs Lipton realise that many people in this district heard so late of this offer that they had not time to purchase the required quan tity of tea, and in these circumstances they have extended the offer for one month. Messrs Lipton have thousands of acres of the best tea-growing land in the world in Oeylon on which all Lip ton's tea is grown. It is sent ail over the world, a million packets being sold weekly—probably the best sale of tea in the world. The tea is sold in Australia is blended and packed by Australians under the cleanest and most hygienic conditions. Mr F. A. Campbell, who has had many years' experience keep...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914

Seseavemeat Sard. THE Family of the late MS M, WHITE desire to return their sin cere THANKS to their kind friends for messages of sympathy in their recent sad breavement ; they desire to specially thank Dr Harbison and Nurse Garner, of the Katamatite Nursing Association, for their kind attention to their late father. Seafek. White—On the 15th September, at bis son's residence, Invergordon, Matbew, beloved father of Hathew (Melbourne). William, James, Leonard (New Zea land), Eobert and Annie. Aged 71 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914

" Life " magazine has just issned first sixpenny number of " ljifQ'3 . Guide"—a new and excellent war po lioation—in which hundreds of queri are clearly and accurately an!w0I^» These many answers to war qaerie1 18 : supplemented by a number of special artioles—notably two by Dr w. • Fitchett, entitled, " The Strategy of Great War," and " How the Great >v'i Began." With eaoh number is i00'00^ an eight page pocket war atlas —a ® useful idea for ready reference. AoJmj who reads "Life's War Guide,' { certainly find many daily puzzl"* stNsa the war made plain, and also enjoy excellent cluster of special war artjcle®* ^ For Ohildren'8 Hacking Oongh Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1®'®' v

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Temperance Notes. (Contributed. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914

Temperance Notes. (Contributed. Lady Holder, who has jusc ft turned from the W.C.T. I/"'03 World Convention in BrooM/H U.S.A., claimed thab whereysr women had got the vote in Amerto prohibition was secured. In one daj in Chicago the women's vote close! 1000 licensed liquor bars, while in another part the women's vote closed 400 bars. •' I have come back," she concluded, "determine! to do all I can to make you all feel we must work nob only for partis! removal bub absolute removal of this evil." Remember 1917 for hibition. Czar's Teetotal Army.—An order from the Czar of Russia to bis army dealing wibh the drink evil is published, Drunkenness is to ^ ruthlessly stamped out, Officers are forbidden to drink vodka (spirits) in camp, on monceuvres, or while on any duty wibh their meD, All cases of drunkenness are to be dealt with in the severest manner. 0ommac" ding officers are ordered to dis courage as much as possible drinking of alcohol, and are .recoffl* mended.to seb the exampb^ ps'...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914

football The second ronnd of matches o! tw G/V F. A. waa concluded on Satatdav On the local ground Numnrkah met and defeated D<-umanure. The Utter bad the assistance of several Marungi players, bat the locals more than held their own and the scores showed-, < Nnmnrkab, 3 goals 3 bshinds; Dm.' manure, 5 bebinds. Wanghna travelled to Tally, garoopna and had hopes of inclusion in the final four. The game was well contested np to the commencement of the final term, when the locals, aided by the wind, soon established a lead and the final figures read-Tally, garoopna, 5 goels 12 behinds ■, Wnng. hna, 3 goals 10 behinds. Chief interest centred in the match at Oobram, where the looal team met and defeated Mnckatah. James, ol the Leagoe, had charge of the game, bat good football was to a certain ex tent spoiled by the strong wind blow ing. The scores were—Oo tam, " go°als 7 goals 6 behinds; Mnckatah, 5 goals 6 behinds,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DRY SPELL. RETROSPECT AND PROBABILITIES. Mr Hunt has issued the following minute on the weather conditions of Australia:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914

THE DRY SPELL. RETROSPECT AND PROBA BILITIES. Mr H'tmt has issned the following minnte on the weather conditions of Australia :— " Drought conditions prevail over practically the whole of South Austra lia, northern Victoria, western H.S.W. and parts of "Western Australia. Tb6 shortage of rain to date in parts of Victoria and Booth Australia is equal to that of 1902, and actually greater in some areas of the latter State. This is the dark side of the picture. "On the other side, we have a fair to good season over nearly the whole of Queensland, eastern and north east ern Hew Sooth Wales, and the sonth western portion of Western Australia. In addition to these abundant reserves, bs compared with very restricted areas, in 1902, we now have the vastly im proved methods of farming and drought resisting wheat, and notwithstanding the excessive dryness of the season and almost total failure, of winter raios, there is still gome prospect of a sub stantial wheat yield. "Little anxiety shonld...

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"Listen to My Tale of Woe." PENALISING THE PRINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914

"Listen to My Tale of Woe" PENALISING THE PRINTER In common with many other conntn printers, we have again to exercil the spirit of clemency and forgiven;:: to onr debtors, and look for n", , , lvl Qui reward when we cross the River Jor, don. For some considerable tim? "s Melbonrne firm has been extent advertising in the coinmns of this ai/j other papers all sorts of magical a3jTSS for the feminine complexion. Whethj or not Australian girls were regardl«i of their freckles and pimples, or whether those of a sallow cast of con*, tenanre swore cnswerving allegiance tj pale pills for pink people, we know not and care less ; bnt we do know sjj care more that we have been "diddled1' ont of onr money for extensively si. vertising these beanty-blnshing coa pounds. Last week we received sis'; of woe from the firm referred to, They claim a loss of LIG6 on this year's trading, and owe £113, with 53 funds to meet same. Their stock, they assert, consists soley of empty branded cartons and label...

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ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914

ASSOCIATION MEETING A meeting of the G.Y.F.a. Wfta i, (J on Monday night, when a protect flL! by Wunghnu against Katamatite ^ dismissed, by seven votes to six result of the protest places KatanatitX the final four. Ut5l3 The first semi-final will be nUr-s ; Muokatah on Saturday, CobrJ1 Katamatite being the competing H Muckatah a.d Talljg.toopP™, at Numurkah tne following SitnrS-' The selection of the ground fot ft' final match will be left to the compel j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914

LADIES PLEASE NOTE.—Ladies are requested to note that the offices of the Ladies Oollege of Health have re moved from -46 Elisabeth street, to Phair'a Buildings, 327-329 Collins street, Melbourne. The college has the sole agency in Victoria of Dr D. M. Coonley's famous Orange Lily Treat ment, which for the past 25 years has been effecting such wonderful cures amcDg women in all parts of Australia For the benefit of sufferers, and for those in whoso homes King Baby has failed to appear, a free valuable medical book will be sent to anyone writing to Depart. 47, The Ladies Oollege of Health, Phair'a Buildings, 327 Collins street, Melbourne. For Chronic Ohesb Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Care, Is 6d.

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS, Adumson, Strettle and Co. report : —Pigs—Porkers : Prices for best pigs were practically unchanged, but light and half fat sorts were inelined to ease. Prime heavy 46s to 47s, a few extra choioe to 53s, prime medium 36s to 89s, prime light 30s to 35s. Baconers -Prime heavy 74s to 82s, a few pens of sxtra choice quality to 87s 6d, prime medium 68s to 72s, prime light 60s to 65s, half fat an inferior from 54s. Backfatters-Extra heavy sows £7 IOs to £8. odd ones to £9, prime weighty £4 15s to £5 I5s, rough and staggy sorts from 65s. Calves-Large yarding, prices unaltered. M'Phail Bros, and Co. report :— Stores-Suckers 12s to 15s, slips 20s to 2ft, sows in pig from £3 up. Pork ers-Small and light 2Ss to 32s, prime light 88s to 37s, medium and good 40s to 44s, heavy 46s to 50s. Bacon ers-Small and light 55s to 60s, prime heavy 65s to 70s. ohoice farmers' lots to 80i, a few extra choice to 953 6d, top of the market, Beokfatters-Best £6 10s to £9, extra £9, prime and wei...

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Numurkah Agricultural Society MEETING OF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914

Numurkah Agricultural Society MEETING OF COMMITTEE. A meeting of the committee of the above was held on Saturday, when there was a small attendanoe. The President (Mr P. G. Sleep) presided, Special Trains, A letter was read from the Railway Department stating the time and terms under which speoial trains oould be run to the show. In answer to questions the secretary said a loss had been made on the Tocntnwal special each year. On the whole of the trains last year a loss of £6 3s was made. Mr Jas. Williams said it was prob able that a greater loss would be in curred this year, and it was a question whether the sooiety should engage as many trains as usual. Mr 0. T. Trengrove said it would be wise, in view of the season and the fact that the Tocumwal train had al ways shown a loss, to consider drop ping the Tocnmwal train. The seoretary pointed out that the coat of the Tocumwal train was only L8 2s 6d. The President said that it was prob able that better supporb would be given by Tocn...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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"HOCH, DER KAISER." [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 25 September 1914

HOCH, DER KAISER.' These verBes were recited at a Union Leagne Club dinner in New York to some naval officers on April 21st, 1899, and at once became famous. It took three years to quiet the inter national vibration :— Der Kaiser of der Vaterland Und Gott and I all dings command, Ve two—ach ! Don't you understand ? Mineself—and Gott. Yile some sing of der power divine, Mine soldiers stag " Die Wacht a Rhein." Und drink der health in Rhenich wine, Of me—and Gott 1 Dere's France, she swaggers all aroundt, Ach ! 'tis certain sure dat 3he's played out. To much me dinks she don't amount 'Gainst me—und Gott ! She vill not dare to fight again. But if she shouldt I'll show her blain Dot Elsass and (in French) Lorraine Are mein—by Gott 1 *Dere's Grandma dinks she's nicht small beer, Midt Boers and such she interfere, She'll learn none owns dis hemisphere But me—und Gott ! She dinks, good frau, some ships she's got, Und soldiers mldt der scarlet goat, Ach ! We could knock dem I Pouf ! Like do...

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