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FOOTBALL. GOULBURN VALLEY COMPETITION, [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 October 1914

FOOTBALL. GOULBURN VALLEY COM PETITION, The second of the semi-final#^ of bhe Valley Competition was played on the Numurkah ground on/Satur day. The contesting beams were Mnckabah (bhe minor premiers) and Tallygaroopna, and a very large crowd assembled bo wibness what was expected would prove a hard fouehb game. Tallygaroopna were well represented, as also were Mucka-. tah, and supporters of both clubs, of whom there was a strong muster, were confident of victory for their respective sides, though a few of the " knowing ones" anticipated an eighteen or twenty point victory for Muckatah. Rawle the crack league umpire, who h»d charge of the finals in the •' Big Smoke," officiated as cen'ral umpire and tbe manner which be carried out his duties was a p'ea<ure to wa*ch Quick and decisive in his decisions, he kepb the rough element out of the game, and f orn the start players with a tendency to charging or holding on to the ball found themselves in " queer street." Is is, howe...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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CHURCH NOTES ON THE WAR. A CALL TO PEAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 October 1914

CHURCH NOTES ON THE WAR. A CALL TO PEAYEE. Most of the followl&g notes are called from the lateBt issues of the English "Church Times," which has just oome to hand. The Chaplain-General of the British Foroes, Bishop Taylor-Smith, has made an appeal to the people, asking them to offer a prayer every day at noon for the soldiers and sailors. His Lordship, writ ing from the War Office, informs readers of the "Church Times" that 200,000 oopies of the following prayers have been printed on cards, size two by three inches, and issued to the troops. "Almighty and most Merciful Father, Forgive me all my sins : Grant me Thy peace: Give me Tby power : Bless me in life and death, for Jesus Christ's sake. Amen." The Lord's Prayer is on the other side of the card. xxx Extract from a letter issued by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York:— "TO CLERGY AND PEOPLE." "Lift up your hearts- We lift them up unto the Lord. The occasion has no parallel in the history of England or of the world. I...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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MEETINGS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 October 1914

MEETINGS, ETC. Wednesday, 7th—Sector at Strath merlon and Mywee. Confirmation Class, St. Aidan's, ,7 p.m., Thursday, 8th—Mothers' Union, Sec tary, at 3 30 p.m. War Litany, St. George's, 7 30 p.m. Confirmation ClasB afterwards. Friday, 9fch—War Litany, St. George'B 8 30 a.m. Choir praotice, Numurkah, Sunday Next—HOLT COMMUNION, Strathmerton, 11 a.m. Litany 10.45. Tuesday, 13 th —War Litany, St. George'B. 8.30 a.m. ; Wungbnu, 7.30 p.m. Vestry Meeting afterwards. Wednesday, 14 th—Sec oor at Inver gordon. Thursday, 15th—Sector at Wunghnu. War Litany, St. Columb's, at 10 a.m. Heralds of the Sing and Choir 7.30 p.m. HTMNS for next Sunday—(18th Sun day after Trinity.)—248, 282, 291, 260, 12, 142 (tune 21) 592. (H.C. 555, 317, 319, 324.) Meditation this week—St. Matt. 6 vv 2-6,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 October 1914

LADIES PLEASE WOTE.—Ladies are requested to note that bhe offices of the Ladles College ot Health have re moved from 46 Elizabeth street, to Phair's 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 bhe past 25 years has been effecting such wonderful cures among women in all parts of Australia. For the benefit of sufferers, and for those In whose homes King Baby has failed to appear, a free valuable medical book will be sent to anyone writing to Depart. 47, The Ladies College of Health, Phair's Buildings, 327 Collins atrdat, Melbourne.

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 October 1914

NEWS AND NOTES. Special attention is again drawn to the sheet of Special Prayers in Time of War to be obtained at Bignell's and Treaoy's, price One Penny. Every household should possess one as they are for private as well as for public use. Several of these, as before stated, are to be used daily in our Expeditionary Force on the ships and at the front. It has been decided to go on with the preparations for the Strathmerton annual New Year's Fete. This year It will be held on one night only, December 31st, and there will be a novel promenade con cert. One shilling will be charged at the door. The Supplement to this column for October is now out. Illustrations are on the Notre Dame and Madelaine Cathed ral's, France, with articles upon Prayer ; St. Luke's Day, The Family of God, Desire for Confession, What is Worship ? Forbearanoe, and a poem entitled, War Why? Subscription received since last issue— Rector 1/. Will mothers please note that the next meeting of the M.TJ. will be held ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 October 1914

Numurkah Bowling Club. THE official opening of the club's green will take place on Wed nesday afternoon next, at 3 o'clock. Members, intending members and friend-? cordially invited, E. E. OUT LEE, Hon. Sec. •ale Near Bacchus Marsh 320 Acres.—250 nnder crop 2 feeb high. Terms—Half cash, balance in 1917 at 4i per cent. Price ; £12 10s ; crop given in. 1,300 Acres, some under crop. Price, £9 per acre. Terms. 435 Acres, 20 miles from Oeelong; 10 miles from railway station, £8 per acre ; half cash, balance in five years at 4{s per cent. 300 Acres, 50 acres black flats, grass 4 inches high, some under crop. Price £12. Terms. All information on application to A H. FORD, Balliann Post Office. GRASS - COUNTRY. EUKOA. ^ |T\A{f\ ACRES, 7 mile , from J-Ul/U Euros, hill country, cat tle proof fences, good grass and water. 3s per acre 1 year. E. STRIBLIHG, Euros. The Grand National Show of Victoria. SHEPPARTGN Agricultural Society. ANNUAL 1611® - i! TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, October 27th and 28th. ...

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Irrigation Meeting at Picola. A LEAGUE FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 October 1914

Irrigation Meeting at Picola. A LEAGUE FORMED. A pnblic meeting was held at Picola on Friday evening lart to advance an irrigation scheme for the district. Mr j J, G. Henderson occupied the chair. ! Mr E. A. Neeld, in the courBe of a ! ml5st interesting address, read the, ^report of an interview onr represeuts i tive had with Mr J. G. Rockliff on his trip to the Miidnra irrigation settle ment. The report, said Mr TJeeld, exactly expressed the views of all present at the Jfathalia meeting. Cr Ross, Messrs J. Minchin, G. Stickels, P. Banko, R. Strang, and the chairman spoke to the subject, 3nd eventually it was decided to form a leagne at Picola, the membership fee being fixed at 2s fid. Mr J. G. Hend erson was elected President, Mr G. "Stickels secretary, and those present were formed into a committee, with power to add. (We regret that pressnre on onr space precludes a lengthy report.— •Ed '-L, )

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Patriotic Concert at Waaia. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 October 1914

Patriotic Concert at Waaia. (From Oar Own Correspondent.) What is considered one of the best night's entertainment ever held in Waaia took place on Wednesday even ing of last week, when a patriotic concert and ball, organised by the State school committee (with Mr W. Leaf as chairman and Messrs E. Bren sing and B. L. Fogarty as joint sec retaries) was given. The big grain shed was kindly granted by the directors and railway department, and a willing baud of helpers in Misses Young, Rogers, Maroney, Leaf, Mesdames Leaf, M'Kenzie, Hawker and Young, and Messrs Hawker, Leaf, O'Msliey, M'Kenzie, Jorgensen, Rogers, Korris, and others, turned portion of the shed into a big concert and dance hall. The building was nicely decorated with flags, red white and blue streamer-1 and greenery, and was taxed to its utmost to hold the splendid crowd that turned up to assist the great causp. Amongst those present was a motor party from Numurkah, including Cr Campbell, Messrs Dolphin, S. Callander and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 October 1914

TWO SIGNALS. There are two serious signals of kidney ills. The first signal comes from the back with numerous aches and pains, and the second signal comes in the kindney secretions. The urine is thin and pale, or too highly-colored and showing brick-dust-like deposits. Urination is infrequent, too frequent, or excessive. You should heed these danger signals before chronic compli cations set in — Diabetes, Dropsy, Bright's Disease. Take Doan's Back aohe Kidney Pills in time, and the cure is simple. Mrs W. Matthews, Maude street, Shepparton, says :—"I can speak very highly indeed of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills as a splendid remedy tor kidney ailments, For a considerable time I suffered a lot from severe pains in my back, but it was only about nine ' months ago that I found out what was 1 really the matter with mo. I had a floating kidney, and this was the cause of my suffering. 1 went into a Hos pital, but the doctor's treatment did not benefit me, and at last they told me I would ho...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 October 1914

WEDDING BELLS. ROCKLIFF—HEARD. The marriage of Mr Clement /*» Rocklifl, eldest son of Mr J. C. •Rock lift", "Melrose," Numurkah, to Miss Amelia Alice (Milly) Heard, eldest danghter of the late Mr Charles Heard and Mrs Heard, "Qaidhampton," Nn murkah, was celebrated at the Method ist Church, Numurk^h, on Wednesday, September 9, by the Rev. W. T. Hiatt, assisted by the Rev. W. Clemens. The church was prettily decorated with palms and arches, massed with flowers, and Mrs R. G. Selleck, a friend of the family, played the wedding march. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr Leslie Heard, looked charmiug in a gown of ivory crepe de chine, with a veil of fine Brussels net arranged over a coronet of oranse blooms. The bridegroom's gift was a dressing case. The only bridesmaid was Miss Ethel Heard, sister of bride, hn a dainty frock of pale blue meteor, worn with s pretty plateau hat, her posy being a pink one. Mr Jack V. Rockliff, brother of bridegroom, was best man. Wedding brea...

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Church of England Chronicle. (Edited for the members and adherent of the Church in the Parochial district of Numurkah.) Rector, Rev S, W, Williamson, ThL, Plan of Church Services for October. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 October 1914

Church of England Chronicle (Edited tor the members and adherent of the Church in the Parochial district of Namurkah.) Rector, Rev 8, W, Williamson, ThL. Plan of Church Services for October. 4 11 18 25 NUMUEKAH eR eR ME eE S.S. 2.30 p.m eD STE'THM'T'N aE MS aE mE S.S. 10 a.m. WUNGHNU ME aS eE aS S.S. 2 p.m. KATTJNGA — aE — aE S.S. 2 p.m. On above plan m stands lor morning, a for afternoon, e for evening, M for Morning Holy Communion, s.s. for Sunday-school, B for Eector, D for Mr Davis, S to be supplied. The Rector desires that immediate notice be given of all cases of serionB illness. Marriages—By appointment (except in Lent). To avoid possible inconvenience, the Rector desires early notification. Rector visits State Sohools—Tuesday, Numurkah (weekly), 9.15; Wednesday, Invergordon and My wee, 9.15 ; Thursday, Wunghnu, 9.15 ; Strathmerton, 3.30 p.m, (all fortnightly).

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Farewell. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 October 1914

Farewell. A pleasing libfele ceremony took place at " Oar Home " on Thursday evening, October 1st, when the mem bers presented Mr Fred Slavin with a handsome silver-moanted tobacco pouch prior to his departure for Mel bourne. Mr Ahearn (President), in making the presentation, expressed sorrow at Fred's departure, and said the present was not given for its intrinsic value, but to remind him of the happy time spent at " Our Home." Mr Kittson endorsed the Presi dent's remarks, and wished Fred, the best of luck where he was going. Mr Adcock, in a neat speech, dwelt on Fred's, starling character. He said that also as a fellow boarder he oould not be beaten. He was a good "sport," and fell in with everything being done. Mr Hutcheson made the speech of the evening. He was very witty, but ended in a more serious vein by saying he hoped Mr Slavin would continue bo carry out the principles of " Oar Home " wherever be went. Mr Nugent, spoke very highly of Fred, on behalf of the railways, be in...

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CHURCH SERVICES. Presbyterian Church—Services will be conducted on Sunday next as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 October 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. • ® Presbyterian Church—Services will be conducted on Sunday next as follows : XNumursan li and 7, Drum3nure 3, Rev. j J, A, L"e; Waaia ll,Yalca2 30, Katunga i 7.30, Mr C. M. Alexander. Nnmurkah 7 j special re-opening service. Methodist Chukch.—Services next Sunday are as follow Numurkah 11, Wunghnu 7, Naring 3, Rev Hiatb; Nu murkah 7, Oobram 11, Strabhmerton 3, Rev Lawry; Wunghnu 11, Bulkamaugh Sth 7.30, Kaarimba 3, Rev Yeo ; Cobram 7, Koonoomoo 2.30, Mr Marbindale ; Baulkawaugh II, Mr J. Fowler; Baulka* maugb Sth 3. Rev White ; Marungi 11, Mr Glenny; Congupna "West 3, Mr Kil p at rick ; Bunbarfcha 3, Mr Belts; Waaia 11. Mr W Fowler. Chukch of England—For Churoh of England services see church column. Presbyterian Church, Nathalla Circuit Services will be held on Sunday next as follows—Nathalie 11 and 7.30, Picola 3. First Sunday in the month chil dren's service Nathalia 11, Picola 3, j Rev. J. B. Taylor. Church of England - Services will be held on Sunday next as f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 October 1914

To stand at KstuDga, and travel the sur rounding district, THE PUKE-BRED CLYDESDALE STALLION, MARSHALL MILLS. Bay Colt. Foaled 1909. (Government OortiCoato.) Marshall mills by Major miiis. 285 A.D.H.S.B., won 7 champion, 15 fir: t, and 2 second prizes; grandsire Major Robin (5S, A.D.H.S.B., imported from New Zealand), won in 1902 first and champion prizes at Echuca, and in 1903 second prize at Numurkah; g grandsire Shepherd Lad (524, N.Z., S.B.), gained first and champion prizes two years in succes sion at Invercargill, and also fhst prize for best entire with two of his progeny, G g grandsire, Herd Laddie (2,863. C.S.B., imp.), won first and champion prizes at Nathalia in 1S90; first and champion and the Dogherty Cup at Nathalia, and first and champion prizes at Tatura, in 1S91. G g g grandsire Jemmie Gray (1 151, O.S B.); g g g g grand sirei Lord Lyon (1S9, C.S.B.); 8 8 8 8 8 grandsire Hercules (378. 0 S R.); gggggg grandsire Rob Roy (711, C.S.B.) Dam Blossom, by Fieln-Marshal, gr...

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Tea Meeting and Concert at Picola. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 October 1914

Tea Meeting and! Concert at Picola. There was a large, though not the packed attendance as usual, at the Pres byterian tea meeting and concert held In the Federal Hall on Wednesday evening of last week. After due atten tion had been paid to the samptaously laden tables provided by the ladies of the congregation, the following pro gramme was presented. Mr J. G Henderson, J.P., was in the chair, and explained the absence of the Rev. I, Glynn Jones, through the severe illness of his little son. Misses Gerty Hend erson and Ivy Grlnter opened the pro gramme with a pianoforte f dnet, which was followed by an anthem by the choir; song, Sweet Flowers, Miss Schier ; song, The Rio Grande, Miss M*Burnie (encored); recitation, Bur ton's Ourtain Hanging, Miss Gerty Hen derson (encore), The Soldier's Dream; song, Doreen, Miss Sullivan; recitation, O'Grady's Ooat, Master Reg Urawford ; soDg, The Navy, Master Roy Grinter ; song, Apart, Miss Schior ; song, The Night, Miss G. Henderson ; anthem, choi...

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COBRAM SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 October 1914

COBRAM SHOW. The Cobram show, held on Tuesday, was very successfully conducted, the attendance being good, and the exhibits, though perhaps not as numerous as usual, did not lack quality. The arrangements were first-class, due in large measure to Mr Arthur Ross, the ever-courteous secretary. We append n list of the prize-winners : — DRAUGHT HORSES Judge—Mr John Mills (Mickloham). Stewards—Messrs D. Hamilton and Wm. Ritchie. Stallion, any age. 1st £2, 2nd 10s. 1 R Sebastian's Arawa 2 M J O'Brien's Patriarch's Pride. Colt, 3 years. 1st £2, 2nd 10s. 1 T Leavey's Federal Sandy. Colt, 2 years. 1st 30s, 2nd 10s. 1 Shiels Bros' Baron Stewart 2 H Graham's Champion of the North Yearling Colt or Gelding. 1st, £1; 2nd, 10s. 1 H S Graham's Champion's Pride Gelding, any age. 1st 30s, 2nd 10s 1 C Donald 2 C Donald Brood Mare. 1st £2, 2nd 10s. 1 T Leavey 2 D Tweddle Dry Mare. 1st 30s, 2nd 10s. 1 J Dunn 2 W Williams' Lady Robin Filly, 3 years. 1st 30s, 2nd 10s. 1 C Milso'm Filly, 2 years. 1st 30s, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 October 1914

MEN! Let Go Your i - 4" "U J : CChV <u$N| ^ ^ ^A\ $k$ \f|§Pi "V 1 ^ ^ W^MWMM See MCPHERSON'S NEW STALES. MEN ! Let go your 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 Sammer Hats ab McPHERSON'S— Here are Straw Boaters, Panamas, ! ounge Felts In endless assortment. There is a size for every bead »t a price for every pocket. Nowhere else do yon get such splendid choice—noivhere else do yon get so mnch hat value for your money. Wisely then—select at McPHERSON'S and Go into Style Head First. A. lePHERSOl j The Men's Store, Numurkah if] ID. D D LATE GOXON'S M El¥1 I L E ST BE EI, Hi U ftfi U R K CAR S* ^5A-r^^ i! lamps OVERHAULED OARS j and and i| I radiators adjusted. MAGNETOS repaired and RE magnetised. WOW 1 REPAIRED. V** j tyres "PTTWH1 ! xxxxb^j tubes I VULCANISE D. New Parts of any description made. Petrol, Oils, Grease, and all motor accessories kept in stock. Tyres, Tubes, P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 October 1914

"At The Mailer St Crnmfl ® ufamr _ , rJ : < : i \ v m n.n v,m f^Jf* \ lLvM.jeLjYj'' &i&£ QMM. Th6S6 Comprise sis ilisi is newest In Shades Sifid MlltSFMls I We also wish to draw your attention to our Embroideries, Flouncings, @te,g and Embroidered Crepe de Chme, Broelie Eoliennes, and the new cloth, "KREML&." 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 YOILES. They are lovely. All the newest designs. Voiles. A magnificent Stock. Varied Patterns to choose from, liave engaged the services of the Misses Raw ley and Perman, 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. A. MILLER & CO., NUMURKAH © IE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES AND MORTGAGE CO WOOL WAREHOUSES, 573 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 October 1914

Rockliff—Heard.—On Septembar 9, at the Methodist Church, Numurkah, by Rev. W. T. Hiatb, assisted by Rev. W. Clemens, Amelia Alico (Milly), eldest daughter of Mrs and the late Mr Charles Heard, Quid hampton, Numurkah, to Clement John, eldest son of Mr J. C. Rock liff, Melrose, Numurkah. Deb Eemoriara. Lb Page.—In affectionate remembrance of onr dear wife and mother, Marion Le Page, who died October 4th, 1912. Not gone from memory, nob gone from love, But gone to our Father's home above ; Rest in the Saviour, sweetly rest, They miss you most who loved ybu best. Inserted by her loving husband and children. In IfEemoriam. Scott.—In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Stanley, who passed away at Invergorden on Oct. 9th., 1913. Peace, perfect peace, W ith loved ones far away, In Jesn'a keeping we are safe, and they. —Inserted by his loving parents, bro thers and sisters.

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THE CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 October 1914

-THE CLOCK. The Mechanics' Hall Clock is stiil going. After many weeks, I'm pleased to say, I'm going strong by night and day, And now to tell of things I know Before to sleep again I go. Now every girl jnsb hates a flirt, He breaks their heart, and feelings hurt; I take this chance of writing down The biggest flirt that's in the town. Don't talk of butcher poets to me, Why this man, ten times worse is he, And Arthur of the flowing mo With this man he would stand no show. I'e known this cliao on different days Take five girls out In differenb ways ; But there you are, I'll say no more, lou'll gness his name—its Billy— QetB hlB Hair Cat at BROAD'S.

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