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Memo to Billy Sauerkraut, ALIAS THE BUSTED SOSSIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 October 1914

Memo to Billy Sauerkraut, «—-— ALIAS THE BUSTED SOSSIDGE. We are coming, Kaiser Billy, from the land where gum trees grow, Jnsb as fast as we are able, and we wish to let you know "That the boys who wear the khaki are on the move again, To pay you back with interest for the red coats yen have slain. We have sworn to cross the Rhine, Bill, and to change the German name Of ev&ey blooming thoroughfare that speaks of Bismark's fame. You can eat your final sausage, or get drunk on lager beer, You can yell and beg for nierey, when yon hear the Allies cheer. But remember, Billy Sauerkraut, that you've really missed the bus, And you've got to pay the piper and some other blokes called US. If you listen you can hear them, we are pushing on the guns. And may Go:t Almighty h.-lp yon when Yon meet, Australia's sons. J.G.R., St. Kllda.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 October 1914

What Tou Want To Know About! Harvester Stoves Have you a Stove that is contiaa ally giving trouble ? There are some that seem to delight in doing just the opposite to that which you intend. The "Harvester" has quite a different reputation. It is economical, nsing only a small quantity of wood. The oven heats quickly and cooks per fectly. Always select one with the noma '• Brown, Corke & Ho." on the p'nte. It is a gnarantea of quality. Meat Safes With the advent of Summer comes the necessity of guarding the meat and provisions from the fiies. The old style meat safe of perforated zinc sides and doors was liable to become damaged very easily. A knook re sults in a dent and soon the appear ance of your safe would drive you to purchase another one. The NEW MEAT SAFE is made of stamped solid zinc, freely perforated, and yet not so easily damaged. Apk to see these. The prices are about the same as the old style. Garden Hose The nse of Garden Hose save3 a [tremendous amount of labo...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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LAST WEEK'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 October 1914

LAST WEEK'S SHOW. The show held on Thursday of last -«ek W8B 8 sncce88* There is no gain afing this. From an exhibition stand point no better show has been conduc ed by the Nnmnrkah society, and it> ■g safe to assert that had the season Len "anything like," a record would bote been established that would take besting by any conntry show in the State. The attendance was consider ,bly emsty: than in previous years, tie dronght of course playing the more prominent part in this result, though [be nnpleasantly WBrm weather was jlso a contributing factor. Those who jttended were warm in their commend jti0n of the management and the high ujlity of the exhibits, the arena events psrticnlarly appealing to the majority. |be crowd was a most orderly one, and the police bad an easy task. Those more directly responsible for the highly satisfactory carrying out of the exhibition were, of coarse, the president (Mr F. G. Sleep) and the secretary (Mr W. Tyres). By them nothing was kfh undone that...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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STATE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 October 1914

STATE ELECTIONS Mr P. D. K. O'Hanlon is still par. saing a vigorous electioneering cam pagn, At Yielima the chair was taken by the shire President (Cr Ball), and the candidate had a most appreciative audience including a large number of ladies, The school building was well filled. In the course of a forcible speech, the candidate advocated a com prehensive scheme of irrigation for the Goulbnrn Valley. No questions were asked, and a vote of thanks was [jt ried at the instance of Mr G. Jackson, supported by Mr W. Wilson and the chairman. At Wnnghnn on Friday evening last there was a good atten dance, the cbair being occupied by Mr Thos, Nicholle. Mr O'Hanlon paid a warm tribute to the long years of faithfal work performed by the Hon, George Graham, and said people were prone to quickly forget good works. However, he (the candidate) had not forgotten Mr Graham's yoeman eSorts in past years, and asserted that for political honesty and integrity he had few equals, Mr O'Hanlon touched on ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 October 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Hethod'st Church.—Services for Sun day, Nov. 1.—Numurkah 11, Wunghnu 7.30. Naring 3, Bev, Hiatt; Numurkah, 7.30, Bev. White ; Wunghnu 11, Kaa rimba 7.30, Bunbartha 3. Rev, Teo; Cobram II and 7.30, Strathmerton 3, Bev Lowry ; Baulkamaugh II. Mr Caldwell; Baulkamaugh Sth 3, Waaia 7 30, Mr Jaf fray ; Baulkamaugh Sth 7.30, Mr Yar wood; Marungi 11, Congupna West 3, Mr W. Fowler ; Marungi 7.30, Mr G. Wil liams ; Kaarimbi 3, Mr G. Fowler ; Waaia II. Mr J, Fowler ; Koonoomoo 3, Mr Martindale. Presbyterian—Numurkah II and 7-30, Waaia 3, Yalca 7.30, Katunga 11, Dru manure 3. Methodist. — Katamatite 3 and 7.15, Yourangll, Bev Taylor ; Dunbulbalane 7.15, Youanmite 3, Mr Lukies ; Dunbul balane II, Mr Boe. Presbyterian Church, Nathalia Circuit Services will be held on Sunday next as follows—Nathalia 11 and 7.30, Picola 3, Rev. I. Glyn Jones ; Picola 7.30, Mr Martin. Children's service 11 and 3. Inctrumental music by Mr Smith and Sons, Nathalia, at both services. All welcome. Chur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 October 1914

ORANGE BLOSSOMS. + AtLEN-HENDY. The marriage of Mr Thomas All second son of Mr and Mrs JR. Allen, "Ashton Park," Numnrkah, and Miss Jessie Hendy, third daughter of Mrs and the late J. S. Hendy, "Tooborac Estate," was celebrated at the residence of the bride's mother on 16th Septem ber. The Rev. W. Bennett officiated. The bride, who was given away by Aec ancle (Mr G. N. Cochrane, Malay Straits), was gowned in crepe on dale, and wore a brocaded train, also the customary wreath and veil, and she carried a bouquet of petunias, azaleas and asparagus fern. The bridescn^jds were—Miss Beckie Allen (sister eft' bridegroom) and Miss Lilly Hendy (sister of bride); they were dressed alike in orepe de chine and carried posies of peach blossom and asparagus fern. The bridegroom's gifts were—To bride, aquamarine drop pendant; to bridesmaids— Miss Beckie Allen, silver backed brush and comb in case ; Miss L. Hendy, gold Nellie Stewart bangle. The bride's gift to the bridegroom was a gold albert and ...

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Wool and Skin Market. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 October 1914

Wool and Skin Market, The Australian Estates & Mortgage Co. report :—Sheep Skins— Merino super fall wools, 7d to 7^d ; average, 5;}i to 5§d; ribby, 4|d to 5^d; dam aged, 3-|-1 to 44-d; inferior and sborr, 2^d to 3^d. OB and fine XB supers, 65 i to 7^d; good average. 6d to 7d. Rough crossbred, 5|1 to 6|1; xb, bnrry and short, 4d to 4-4-d; dam aged and inferior, 3^d to 4Jd. Hog gets, fine, 5^d to 6£d; rongh, 4^d to 5d. Spring lambs, best, 5^d to 6d, short, 4|d to 5d, Furred skins — Best winter furs, np to 8d, good mixed np to 6d, average 4d to 5H ; kittens and milky does, 2| to 3t>- ; fox shins, 15s to 45s, small 13 to 12s, Hides—Heavy and picked, 6^ to 7j ; medinms 6d to 6| ; lights and kip 5j| to 6| ; kip, light weights 6| to 7[ ; calf, light to lOd, large to 7-J, meaty 6d to Sd, cat and dgd. to 6|, Tallow -Best clean mixed, good color, to £22 10s; best average mixed, fair color, £20 103 ; medinm average, dark color, to £19 ; inferior and fanlty £16 to £17 ; tins £16 to £...

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THE NUMURKAH LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 October 1914

THE NUMURKAH LEAGUE. A meeting of bho local committee will he held in the Shire Hull this (Friday) afternoon, at 3 30, when a fall attendance is asked.

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IRRIGATION. LEAGUE FORMED AT STRATHMERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 October 1914

IRRIGATION, LEAGUE FORMED AT STRATHMERTON. A largely attended and most en= thnaiastic meeting was held at Sbrabhmerbon on Saturday last, to discuss the proposal that an irriga tioD league should be formed to -work in conjunction with other leagues in an effort to secure a scheme of irriga tion for this district, It was unani mously decided bo form a league, Cr A. Meiklejohn being elected Presi dent and Mr A. H. Oorrin secretary, whilsb the membership fee was fixed at 2s 6d per annum. A committee of 12 was also-appointed. Many ex cellent speeches were made regarding the advantages of irrigation, and there was a general concensus of opinion that, nothing short of a soheme that would be of a permanent character should be advocated. In this spirit it was decided to strongly support the Cumberoona-—Bungo wannah scheme.

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Shaw's Gravitation System of Handling Wheat in Bulk, [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 October 1914

Shaw's Gravitation System of Handling Wheat in Bulk, Appliances for the handling of wheat in bolk, special prize £100 presented by Mr A. E. T, Payne, for the most effeotive and economical methods and appliances for handling wheat in bulk, from its delivery from the harvester, stripper or thresher, till its arrival at a country railway station. Elevator (in cluding storage on the farm). Oon sideration will be given to the ntilisa tion of existing farming implements as far as practicable. Fall specifica tions, descriptions and models of appliances mast ba submitted together with estimates of cost of full-sized appliance. First prize £50 ; second, £30; third £20. All appliances must be exhibited at the forthcoming show. The following is a description of Mr Shaw's (Werribee) model, which was awarded second prize. Harvester Grain Waggon. The waggon employed for taking the grain from the harvest to the silo is made with its sides so low that the wheat can readily be tun from the grain box...

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GERMANS IN AUSTRALIA. DANGER INDICATED. VIGILANT POLICY URGED. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 October 1914

GERMANS IN AUSTRALIA. DANGER INDICATED. VIGILANT POLICY URGED. (By Archibald T. Strong, in "The Herald,") I suppose that when people tell us, as one or two of them have been doing of late, that "the drought is worse than the war," we. ought to give them the benefit of the doubt, and regard them as congenital idiots rather than as selfish and disgusting bounders. In either case, it is certain that they are utterly ignorant of what our Empire dl.0 iD3, and of the elemental oneness and brotherhood which underlie its diversity, and have been touched into fresh and splendid life by this supreme moment of our trial. The blood that was spilt like water at Mons was spilt for tiniest Australian township, no leas than for the great metropolis of our race. The very dividend hunters—for the culprits are in no case the men who have been facing the drought in their own persons —who hold the above kind of talk, live and move and have their preoious beiDg solely through the heroism of those who wen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 October 1914

LADIES PLEASE .NOTE.— Ladies are requested to note that the offices of the Ladies College of 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 the past 25 years has been effecting such wonderful cureB amcng 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 College of Health, Phair's Buildings, 327 Coliina otsoDtj Melbourne,

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MORE WAR POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 October 1914

MORE WAR POETRY. In the Adelaide "Recorder" nppeured a number of verses purporting to show how Germany started the war, and the replies given by the various nations to the Kaiser's demands. W9 reprint the last two verses :— Said England to Australia— "Oooee 1 I've need of yon. There Is a Deutcher over here Mast hear a thing or two. She's got to learn to keep her place ; I'll make her game a failure. Roll up ! roll up ! you khaki boys." "Right 0!" said young Australia. Said England to the Kaiser— "Here, come down off your perch ; I'll lay you right across my knee And I'll apply the birch. I'll beat you till you're black or bine ; Fll beat you till you're wiser ; I'll beat you till you've had enough." "I've had it," said the Kaiser,

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"THE DAY." [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 October 1914

"THE DAY." This poem, by Henry Chappnell, who is employed at the Bath railway StatioD, created quite a furore in England :— Yon boasted The Day, and yon toasted The Day, And now The Day has come. Blasphemer, braggart, and coward all, Little yon reck of the numbing ball, The blasting shell, or the "white armB' fa'l As they sped poor humans home. You spied for The Day, you lied for The Day, And woke tho day's red sp'eon. Monster, who asked God's aid divine, Then strewed His seas with the ghastly mine ; Not all the waters of the Rhine Can wash thy foul hands clean. You dreamed for The Day, you schemed for The Day ; Watch how The Day will go. Slayer of age of youth and prime (Defenceless slain for never a crime), Thou art steeped in blood a« a hog in abme, False friend and cowardly foe. You have sown for The Day, you have grown for The Day ; Yours Is the harvest red. Can yon hear the groans, and the awful cries 1 Can you see the heap of slain that lies. And sightless turned to the flame...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 October 1914

The Most Patient People MUST SHOW ANNOYANCE AT TIMES, Everybody has their hour of trouble, But people having any irritation of the skin Have many hours of trouble. Nothing so annoying ; nothing so irritating, It's a hard and trying position. Leave it alone, and you oan hardly bear it Belief and cure have come at last. People have put it to the test, Doan's Ointment cures skin disease. People are learning that this is so. Here is a case in" point : Mrs T. E. Draper, Gray-street, Nn murkah, says :—" Some time ago my daughter was very much troubled by that awfully irritating skin desease. eczema. It started with a small patch and gradually spread, the irri tation bring most unbearable. Al though we were always applying dif ferent remedies, nothing did her any good, and I had almost given up hope of ever finding a cure for this torturing skin disease, when Doan's Ointment was strongly recommended to mo. Needless to say, I sent for a pot at once, and very soon found that I had at last go...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 October 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Adaruson. Strettle and Co., report— Another fall yarding numbering 2,100 head. Stores—Best 20s to 25s, suckers 12s to 16s. Porker --Prime heavy weights 42s to 46s, ' a few higher, medium and good 36s to 40s, small and light 26s to 30s. Bacon Pigs—Prime heavy 55s to 65s, choice farmers' lots 72s to 80s, odd ones to 84s, prime light weights 43s to 48s and others from 35s to 38s. Calves —Very heavy snpply, This coupled with the large yarding made business very bad and low prices ruled all through from 3s upwards. Dairy and Store Cattle Market, 28rd Oct., 1914—There was another large snpply numbering 1100. Mil kers—The yarding was larger than last week nnd included a few good dairy cows. For these the demand was fully equal to last week, while for second and middling qualities there was a bigger enquiry, Although there was no improvement in prices sales were more easily effected. Fat cows from £7 10s to £8 10s, a few to £10 10s, beefy sorts from £6 to £7 5s, fleshy co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 October 1914

HEALTH BOUGHT FOR £1 BY A MAN WHO WAS AFRAID TO EAT, If after years of agony from stomach troubles someone came along and of fered you good health for a sovereign, yon would jump at the chance of making a deal. And when yon had earned it through, you would con gratulate yourself on having made the best bargain of yonr life, It is worth something, isn't it, to have an appetite with an edge on it like a razor ? "Y et there are thousands whoso bodies are crying out for food, who sit down to meals in constant dread of Fne pains of indigestion. So they simply toy with the good things on their plates, when the knife and fork shonld play with gnsto. Act on the same faith in the tonic properties of Mother SHgei's Syrnp as did Air Henry Jenkins, "Taree," Camden Haven, New Sonth Wales, and yon can tackle your food without the fear of pains afterwards. fi For some years," he writes under date of February 24th, 1914, " I suf fered from stomach troubles, which often caused the most excruciating ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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The Numurkah Leader ESTABLISHED 1895. Published Friday.: One Penny. 'PHONE 34. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 October 1914

TKe Established 1895. Published Friday. : One Penny. 'Phone 34. Friday Morning, October 30, 1914 The drought is showing strikingly the value of lucerne in Tatnra dis trict. A farmer at Toolamba has just let the right to graze 1500 stud sheep on an SO acre paddock for the sum of £1500, the term being for six months. Many farmers have refused offers of £10 per acre. It i« estimated that over 25,O0O acres are under lncerne in Rod ney. One landowner has 1000 acres under lucerne, and at the present time is carrying over 70G0 sheep and lambs on this area. The lambs are being topped off, and sent to the freezing works at Shepparton. The annual sessions of the Goulburn Yal'ey District Synod of the Methodist Church of Australiasia will be held in the Methodist Church, Kyabram, on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, November 3rd, 4th, and 5th. The chairmau is the Rev. W. T. Hiatt, of Numurkah, and the other district mem bers are—Revs. R. Yeo (Wunghnu), W. Clemens (Nathalia), W. H. Taylor (Katam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 November 1914

#111111^ v-c s~- ,A A- A. ABiTOIIEYs F-B-OX, (Fellow Spencer Optical Institute). (Fellow Northern Illinois College of Ophthalmology.) QUALIEIED EYESIGHT SPECIALIST Known all over Victoria and South Australia, —WILL VISIT NUMURKAH— All day Friday, to 11.30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 27 and 28, at Farmers' Arms Hotel, NATHALIE—2 p.m.- Wednesday to 2.30 Thursday, December 2 and 3 at Court House Hotel, Also every two months I®" Scientific Sight Testing conducted by means of the most approved Optical Instruments and Appliances, in the light of the most recent researches in Ophthal mic Optics. Bimless and mounted Glasses 1 of every description prepared to suit the ■ requirements of each individual case. MODERATE CHARGES. er AIL WORK CUARAHTEED. Victorian AddressMARYBOROUGH STATE ELECTIONS Will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as under:— ARCADIA, Friday, November 6, at 8 p m. YARRQWEYAH, Wednesday After noon, November 11, at 3.30. STRATHMERTON. Wednesday Even ing, November 11, St 8. TALLYGAROOPNA, Thursday A...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 November 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Methodist Ckuech.—Services next Sunday are as follow :—Numurkah 11 Cobram 7.30, Strathmerton 3, Mr Lawry; Numurkah 7.30, Baulkamaugh Sth 3, Waaia 11, Rev Hiatt; Wunghnu 11, Mr Jaffray; Wungbnu 7.30, Marungi 11, Con gupna West 3, Rev Yeo; Cobram 11, Mr Martindale; Baulkamaugh 11, Mr J Fowler; Baulkamaugh Sth 7-30. Supply ; Naring 3, Mr W Fowler; Kaarimba 3, Rev "White; Bunbartha 3, Mr Green; Koo noomoo 3, Mr Arthur; Kafcamatite 3, Dunbulbaiane 11, Mr Delarue; Katsma tite 7.15, Mr Devenish; Dunbulbaiane 7.15, Youarang 11, Youanmite 3, Rev Taylor. Chuech ok England—For Chureh of England services see church column. PRERBYTERIAN CHURCH PLAN. El 8 V 81 8 v \ ii i "osi v 081 v osi y oey oe's i o8 z y os z i s y ii i it v II 1 8i ey si sy iii 0811 08 1 y 08 zy 081 y 08 Z 1 08 zy 08'5 1 8 y ii i ii y it i 081 1 081 y 081 1 081 1 ii y it y ii i ii y 6Z ZZ si 8 MqnieAOjsj L. Eev, J. A. Lee. A. C. M. Alexander. Presbyterian Church, Nathalie Circuit Services will be held on Sund...

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