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IN TIME OF WAR. Paris, 1st August, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 16 October 1914

IN TIME OF WAR. Paris, 1st Aognet, 1914. Here I am in what is usually termed "Gay Pares," bat it is not so now, with war imminent. The wildest excite ment prevails. The night is the time to see it all. Last evening a Socialist was shot not far from our pension. Young Paris is shoutiDg and singing itself hoarse. The older folk have a look of agony in their eyes that is painfnl to see ; they have experienced /©'He horrors of war. All round I see iVomen whose eyes are red with weep ing. "For men mnst fight and women mnst wesp." Pathetic scenes are everywhere. I saw b man bidding farewell to his wife and baba* Again and again he kissed the bairn ; the wife was helpless with grief. In this house the husband and son have gone to the war. Our wait! ess was weep ing ; we found that her two brothers and'four brothers-in-law bad also gone. The hotels are closing ; their waiters have all had to leave. One grocer is calling for girls to serve ; all his hands have gone the some way. At this esta...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Goulburn Valley Seat. MR O'HANLON'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 16 October 1914

The Gouiburn Vallev Seat, MR O'BANLON'S CAN DIDATURE. Mr P. D. K, 0'3anion, who is con testing the Hon. Geo. Graham's seat in the State Parliament, opened his campaign at Kotnpna on Monday evening, There was a large attendance of electors, and Gr A. M'Doneil pre sided. Mr O'Hanlon spoke fiaently for 1| hours on the most important questions of the hour, and in referring to a matter of great importance locally —- the Goalburn levees vigorr usiv denounced the Public Works Depart ment. His conclusions were received by his hearers with great satisfaction, Several questions were asked, and on the motion of Messrs Ron. Hsncox and Pridmore, a unanimous vote ot confidence in the candidate was passed. Mr O'Hanlon will continue bis cam paign dnriDg this and next week, the dates of bis meetings being as under: - Picola, Friday (to-night); Wasis. Saturday ; Narioka, Mondsy,' ber 19 ; Uathalia. Tuesday, October 20 ; Yielims, Wednesday, October 21; Wunghnn, Friday next, October '23. Eacii meeting ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 16 October 1914

To stead at Katunga, and travel the sur rounding district, THE PURE-BRED CLYDESDALE STALLION, iWARSHALL MILLS. Bay Colt. Foaled 1909. (GovCTnEcat Cortif.outo.) MAR8HALL MILLS by Major Mills. 285 A.D.H.S.B., won 7 champion, 15 first, and 2 second prizes; grandsire Major Robin (58, A.D.H.S.B., imported from New Zealand), won in 1902 first and champion prizes at Echuca, and in 1903 second prize at Fumurkah; g grandsire Shepherd Lad (524, N.Z., S.B.), gained first and champion prizes two years in succes sion at Invercargill, and also first prize for best entire with two o£ his progeny. G g grandsire, Herd Laddie (2,863, C.S.B. imp.), won first and champion prizes at Nathalia in 1890; first and champion and the Dogherty Cup at Nathalia, and first and champion prizes at Tatura, in 1891. G g g grandsire Jemmie Gray (1451, O.S.B,); g g g g grand sirei-Lord Lyon (489, C.S.B.j; g g g g g grandsire Hercules (378, O.S.B.); gggggg grandsire Bob Roy (714, O.S.B,) I Dam Blossom, by Field-Marshal,"...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 16 October 1914

How dotb the little bnsy bee improve eich shining hour. Why doth .T. T. John's boots possess such weiring power. Becpus" he is a tradesman and experience he hns baa. In MeMlle-streot he -'shows goon goods, at low prices to be ha<i. Repsus r. specialty, NUMURKAH THE 33rd ANNUAL SPRING . . Of the above will be held on THURSDAY, OCT, 22, £300 CASH PRIZES £300 NO TROPHIES. High Jumping, Hooting, Trotting Driving, and other Competitions. Plenty ol Amusemetns lor A1 Merry-Go-Round. SideShows, Etc. SPEC! Will ruu to Nutuurkah ou the day of Show as under:— Passengers may travel from Sey mour by ordinary brain, which leaves at 9 a.m., and calls at all intermediate stations, arriving at Numurkah at 12.28. A special train, stopping ab all intermediate stations to Seymour, wili leave Numurkah at 7.10 p.m. NATHALIA" LINE. Picola 10.40, Nathalie 10.55, Waaia 11.22; arrive at Numurkah 11.28 a.m ; returning 8.45 p.m. from Numurkah. COBRAM LINE. Leave Cobram, 10.20 a.m. ; Yarro weyah, 10....

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 16 October 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. ^ Methodist Chukch.—Services next Sunday are as follow ;—Nnmurkah 11 and 7, Mr Northey; Wuaghnu 11 Baulka maugh Sth 7.30, Bunbartha 3, Rev Hiatt; Wunghnu 7, Naring 3, Marungi 11, Rev Yeo; Cobram 11 and 7, Koonoomoo 2.30, Rev inch; Baulkamaugh 11. Mr Jaffray; Baulkamaugh Sth 3, Yarwood; Strath merten 3, Mr Martindale; Kaarimba 3. Mr Caldwell; Congupna West 3, Mr Betts; Waaia 11, Mr Kilpatrick Presbyterian Church—Services will be conducted next Sunday as follow — Young People's Day—Numurkah 11, Rev. A. E. White ; 7.30, Mr Alexander. Drumanure (Sunday School Anniversary! 3 p.m., Mr Alexander ; 7.30., Rev. J. A. Lee. Waaia 11, Rev J. A. Lee. Yalca' 2.30, Rev. J. A. Lee. Katunga 11, Mr Alexander. Church of England—For Church of England services see church column. Presbyterian Church, Nathalie Circuit Services will be held on Sunday next as follows—Nathalie 11, Picola 3, chil ren's service; Natbalia 7,30, j'ouug people's service ; Rev. I. Glyn Jones. Church of England—Ser...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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THE SHOW THURSDAY NEXT. ENTRIES CLOSE AT 6 THIS EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 16 October 1914

THURSDAY NEXT, ENTRIES CLOSE AT 6 THIS EVENING, The Namnrkah show takee place oil Thursday next. Complete arrangements hsve been made by the committee. Entries have come in with remark able freedom, considering the conditions we are living under, and from an exhi bition standpoint the show will not be one whit behind its predecessors. Especially for arena events have the entties been numerous, and tn the great bulk of the people these consti tute the show. Whilst exhibits may lack somewhat in numbers (though this is not prob able), the quality will be right up to that of previous years, and that is saying a good d6ai, for no country show can beat us in this respect. Entries close this (Friday) evening, at 6 o'clock ; late entries next Monday, at the same hour. Special trains will be run from Picola and Cobram according to the time table published in the advt. elsewhere in this i sue. The public is reminded that a first class luncheon will be provided on the ground at a moderate figu...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 16 October 1914

obituary. Though fully expected, the death of Mr ASlau Kinnnrd, which took p'sce en Tuesday evening last, is gies.-ly re gretted by a wide circle of friends. Mr Sinnaird was the oldest resident of the fi.owu, haviug arrived here iu the early days, and he played a prominent part in the district's history. A quiet, cn> assuming man, he was ye: to the tore in most public movements, especially of a sporting character, although of late yeers he had gone more and more into retirement. He was mere prominently associated with racing, and generally had at least one horse in training He raced, too, for pure love of the game, for it was rare that he bet more than a few shillings on his horses. Mr Kinu aird "ccumnlated considerable property in the district and elsewhere, bat hie active mature impelled him to remain in active work until a few months ago, when failing health called for a res'. For some time he nad been confined to his bed, and it cannot be denied that death came as a happy rel...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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NUMURKAH SHIRE COUNCIL TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 16 October 1914

NUMURKAH SHIRE COUNCIL TUESDAY", OCTOBER 13. Present—Ore Ball (President), Ross, Furze, Ta^kett, Campbell, M'Donell, Maloney, Gordon, Pardie, Moss. Correspondence. From the British Empire Trade League, inviting council's influence in support of the efforts being made to in duce citizens to purchase British, in preference to foreign made, goods.— Sympathy expressed From Borough of Ballarat, suggesting a weekly contribution to the patriotic fund by councillors, officers and employ - j ee8.—To be infsrmed that as about £2,000 had been contributed by this shire, no action could -be taken at present. From Shire of Tambo, asking council to make the qaestion—Are you In favor of repealing the Railway Lands Acqui sition Act, 1893 ?—a leading one to be pnt to every candidate for election at the State elections.—Reply to be sent that the council sympathises with the position as pointed out. FromTocumwal Progress Association, asking council to have an inspection made of the lower Tocumwal to St...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 16 October 1914

MEN! Let Go Your wint: See MCPHERSON'S NEW STYLES.   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 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 you get so much hat value for your money. Wisely then—select at McPHERSON'S and Go into Style Head First. , The Men's Store, Numurkah NUMURKAH MOTOR GARAGE   LATE COXON'S GARAGE. M EL V I L LE STEEET, NUMURKAH.   CARS LAMPS OVERHAULED AND AND RADIATORS ADJUSTED.   FOR REPAIRED. MAGNETOS TYRES REPAIRED HIRE   AND AND RE- TUBES MAGNETISED. j VULCANISED. New Parts of any description made. Petrol, Oils, Grease, and all motor accessories kept in stock. Tyres, Tubes, Prestolites, etc., etc...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 October 1914

ORANGE BLOSSOMS A quiet Int very popular wedding took place Stratbmerton on September 19, the contracting parties being Mr W. A, Doherby, bead teacher S S.sji Mywee, and Miss E Curtain. The ceremony was performed in th^ocal R C. Chapel. The young couple were the recipients of a number of valuable pres9ntj, including several cheques. The bride's mother enter tained a few personal frienis ab breakfast, where the happy couple were the recipients of many good wishes, and after the usual toasts were honored, they lefb by, the after noon brain for Melbourne,

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Methodist Sunday School. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 October 1914

Methodist Sunday School. A NNIVER 3 ARY SERVICER The anniversary of the Hnmarkah Methodist Sunday School wag raost successfully celebrated ou Sunday l35t in the Mechanics' Hall. A featnre of the services was the singing .of the choir under Mr Jackson, with the assistance of an orchestra. The hymoB were particularly bright and tuneful and gave great pleasure to the large congregation at each service, Mr 'W. Northey, secretory of the 0hr&8ni Endeavor Union, Melbourne, conduc ted the services, and in the evening took two s:milar texts from two differ ent passages in the Bible—"And He delivered him to his mother"— let Kings, 17-23, end Lake. 7-15. Mr Nort.hey contended that the Bible wag not read with a proper appreciation of the messages contained. There could be no more pitiful circumstance than those told in the stories from which the tex> 3 were taken, yet they were read without any emotion whatever. The same stories told in the columns | of a newspaper would bring tears ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 October 1914

How doth the little busy bee improve each shining hour. Why doth J. T. John's boots possess suoh wearing power. Because he is a tradesman and experience ho has had. Tn Melvillo-atreai he shows good goods, at low prices to be ha-'. Repairs a specialty.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 October 1914

THE GUN. I Tha final ?bo i! for the ?eisoo 3 of vko Nutnurk'.-U Gn:i Club win toko plnco on Satnrcbiy m-xf, wlvn a £5 match and swoopsfakos will b* competed for. In order to nllo-r crickaters to take part in the shooting, it has bson decided to ccm.moiits r-t I,SO sharp,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 October 1914

If yon want good printing and cheap i ring np 34—"The Leader" telephone number. v §ENhftF0R'. lililSTRfcTEO; WALOCUE. POSTED. FRt

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Exit Constable Delarue. HONORED BY TOWNSFOLK. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 October 1914

Exit Constable Delarue. HONORED BY TOWNSFOLK. That Constable Delarne, who has been transferred to Tailangatta, was exceedingly popular amongst all classes of the community wa3 strikingly ex emplified on Friday evening last, when a large number of town and district residents sssembled at the Farmers' Arms Hotel to bid him ''good-bye." A dainty spread had been prepared by Mrs Eddy, and was done fall justice to. Or Campbell occnpied the chair < and said ' be bad never seen a more : representative gathering at any similar function in Nnmurksh. which spoke volumes for the tactfal manner in which' Mr Delarne had performed his dnty whilst here. The toast of Mr Delarae's health was supported by Messrs D. Tunnock, P. Deane (for the bar), Rev. S. W. WilliamsoD, E.C.'xon, J.P., G. Collie, S. Callander, Senior-constable Wilson (who was cordially congratulated on his restoration to health), Constable Harris ( Wnngknn), Constable Thomas, R. G: Selleck, H. Brash, J. E. Harper, R, jF. Am...

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PICOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 October 1914

PICOLA. A very successful ball has been held by th8 Picola football club. Excellent music was provided by the Misses Belt, of Numurkah. The supper arrange ments were in the hands of Mr and Mrs R. Strang, who gave" every satis faction as caterers. Previous to the bs]j' the members of the club were enter. ^i°ed at dinner by Mrs Love lock at,' wine palace. Some fealty's being experienced 'with the eKtt,PinS operations at the bore. It wt W aPP6ar> °*ing fcl»e length of tim $ b«9 elapsed since it was put dor vn, tb*."*' rorich sand gathered in the pipe, w.bile the difficul ties have been ai ided to by thoughtless boys—and perha^t^ other th^'O boys dropping things d'owiu the pips. A fire occurred i.u t he town early on Tuesday morning', -when Strang's bakery smd .dwelling completely destroy ed. iMr and StraDg were alarmed Abont o'clock by the maid servaiit, Ivy mond3, running into- tbeir room crying that the bonse- was ou fire Strang, followed by has wife, in their night attire rnshed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 October 1914

EON! Let Go WINTER HAT c. • V •»- • ■, ,-»•» yj - -A-.. ' us s v,;k-ut'^inr> -;Vi ^-tYr^i y", ^ V- »* See MePBEKSON'S NEW STYLES. MEN ! Let go yoor Winter Hat—it is a relic. For appearance sake and comfort—it must retire before the warm Spring Days. See the smart Iong-las'ing Spring and Summer Hots at) McPHERSON'S— Here are Straw Boaters, Panamas, Lounge Felts In endless assortment. There is a size for every head et a price for every pocket. Nowhere else do yon get snch splendid choice—nowhere else do yon get so mnch hat valne for your money. Wisely then—select at McPHERSON'S and Qo into Style Head First. kSOU, The Men's Store, Numurkah JtM UtiiTIl ,°, lilmllllt LATE GOXON'S GARAGE, ELI? 1 LL E STREET, U U SLI U B K A H. a CAES OVERHAULED 1 %J« AND LAMPS . AND RADIATORS ADJUSTED. "FOR i REPAIRED. MAGNETOS REPAIRED AND RE TYRES AND TUBES MAGNETISED. il VULCANISED. New Parts of any description made. Petrol, Oils, Grease, and all motor accessories kept in stock. Tyres, Tabes, Presto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 October 1914

"At T |43 <?- /ft*. ^ 99 'O Grand OP®mte ®f Iff®® SMIMq These comprise all that is newest in Shades and Materials Orepe de Chine, Broche Eoliennes, and the new cloth "KREML A." 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 a!so wish to draw ycur attention to our Embroideries, Ffeuneings. eta, and Embroidered Voiles. A Magnificent Stock. Varied Patterns to choose from, Wehave engaged the services of the Misses Rawley &n& Persian, thoroughly experienced Dressmakers, who can assure yea 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 & C © it LIAN ESTATES AND TGAOE CO. LTD. WOOL WAREHOUSES, ; to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. 1/OOLandGRAIN HON SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW AND SRAiN WEEKLY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 October 1914

Great Success of Stanley M'Kay's Big Pantomime. Mr Stanley M'Kay came here with a big reputation for pantomime produc tions in New South Wales, Queensland, New Zealand, and the large towns of Victoria. His production of "Mother Goose" last night fully bore out all the nice things that have been said about him and his company by both press and public. Too much praise cannot be given to a manager who will risk bring ing a company of such size and artistic merit as that which appeared in the moving theatre opposite the bowling green last night. The weekly expenses of such a combination muBt be very great, but as Mr M'Kay follows the various agricultural shows no doubt his takings on the big show nights are large. In "Mother Goose" the scenery and cos tumes were on a very elaborate scale, and in fact nothing could be taken exception to in the whole production. The comedy was bright and witty, with out being vulgar, the dancing excellent, and the singing was quite a feature of the whole ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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The Numurkah Leader ESTABLISHED 1895. Published Friday.: One Penny. 'PHONE 34. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 October 1914

Tlxe Established 1895. Published Friday. : One Penny. 'Phone 34. Friday Morning, October 23, 1914 An mportaut meeting to discuss irri gation matters will be held in the Strathmertcn Hall to-morrow (Satur day) afternoon, at 3 o'clock, to which everyone interested is cordially invited. The 38th annual show of the Dookfe Agricultural Society will be held on Wednesday, November 4, when a most interesting dispHy will be presented. Entries close with the secretary, Mr G. W. Rowlands, on Wednesday next, October 28. A special train will run from Shepparton to the show, leaving at 9.30 a.m. and returning at 7.30 p.m. Or T. F. Lyons advises that he will commence his State election campaign shortly. Dates of his meetings will be advertised next issue. The Cup meeting of the V.R.O. will open on Saturday of next week with the Derby. Record entries have been received for the meeting, and magnifi cent improvements have been effected for the convenience of the thousands that annually attend. One-th...

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