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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 February 1914

NEWS AND NOTES. Hoiy Baptism, St. George's, Sunday, February 1st, at Evensong, followed by Service for Churching Arthur Bennett Williamson The Wunghnu Sunday School prizes were distributed by the Rector at the' concert in the Mechanics' Hall, on Jany. 22. The Rector made reference to the ex cellent work done during the past, year, end urged the children to learn all thej • could about their holy religion. Children needed more teaching than preaching in these days when many grew up unable to answer simple questions ab ut their faith, and therefore unable to appreciate the preaching they wnu'd get in their later years Make a child a good Church man ai d under grace he would become a good Christian. The followi ig is a Hat of prize takers :—First Class—Doris Maple toft 1st, Lucy Graham 2-d, Hazel Bur land 3rd. Second Class—Vera Mapletoft 1st, Leo BuHand 2nd, Arthur Mapletoft 3rd. Third Class—Mary Sander s 1st, Cora de Campo 2nd, Willie Sanders 3 d. Spoeial priz^ for learning Collect, g...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EDITORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 February 1914

EDITORIAL. Next Sunday is SEPTUAGESIMA Sunday, so called because it is SEVENTY days, roughly speaking, before Easter. It is, as it- wi re, our first glimpse of this great Festival, and of the great Fast of Good Friday, which precedes it It eh uld he the aim of Christians to cele brate the Church seasons aright. And to get some of the true joy of Easter one rweds to contemplate the world's great Tragedy the effects of which the first Eas ter Day so completely dissipated And - iewing our dear Sin-bearer from afar, wo ask wh>t the world his done to need so eiRivt, a saci'fiee. This is the thought of Sf'ptuagesim i Sunday. In our Scripture lessons and hymns for the day we there fore go bi.ck to Genesis—to the Creation —to the first Adam —to alas ! the Fall of Man—to the inheritance of original sin— to the fact that "all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God." It is in the contemplation of these eternal truths that we find the reason of the Incarnation— the second Adam—Via Do...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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MEETINGS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 February 1914

MEETINGS, ETC. Friday, 6th February—Choir Practice, Nuinurfeah, S. Su' day n«xfc.—Holy rotnmunion, Nu murfeah, 7 30 a m., Wupghnu 11 a.m. Religious Instruction—R. otor visits State, school — Tuesd vs, . Numurkah (weekly) 9.15"; Wednesday, Invergorden and Mywee 9.15, Strafchmerton 3.30 (all fortnightly). Marriigos—By appointment (except in Lent) To avoid possible inconvenience, the Ucnt-nr desir-s esriy notification. HYMNS 'or next. Sunday ■ (Septuages ima Sunday), 83, 4S9, 33 167; 573, 225, 228,423, 168 (HO. 311, 319, 324), Subject: "The FaU ot Man." Medita ion : St. Mate. VIIf., v 23-7.

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Church of England Chronicle. (Edited for the members and adherents of the church in the Parochial districs of Numurkah.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 February 1914

Church of England Chronicle. (Edited tor the members and adherents of the church in the Parochial districs of Nnmurkah.) Rector, Kev S. W, Willlamaon, ThL. Plan of Church Services for February. 1 8 15 22 NUMURKAH rnD mF mF M R .S.S. 2.30 p.m eR eR eR eD STK'THM'PN MR aR mR aR S S. 10 a.m. WUNGHNU ah MR aF eR S.S. 2 p.m. KATUNGA aR aF aR ! aF S S. 2 p.m. On above plan m stands for morning, a for afternoon, e for evening, M for Morning Holy Communion, s.s. for Sunday-school, R for Rpctor, F for Mr Falconer, D for Mr Davie.

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

Serving tea to one's visitors in the evening is an idea which is catching on all over the world. And men seem to appreciate it just as much as the ladies do. The next time you have visitors, without saying anything to them about it, have some tea freshly made and offer it aTound, and you will be surprised to see how many will take it in preference to anything else you may offer them. Of course, to be thoroughly appreciated, you should use the finest tea you can lay "hands on, which is Robur " Special " grade. It's dainty 3Toma and Tich good ness is most pleasing, and will make your friends think—even if they don't say it—" what a lovely cup of tea." Quite recently it wop the Gold Medal at the Paris Exhibition S it must be good tea to do thfife don't you think 1 Keep yonr blood pure, and resist dis ease. Gnenther'a Sarsaparllla Oompoond and Special Blauds Pills are two of t&e be3t medicines. Guenthor, Ohomlat, szarksh.

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KATAMATITE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 February 1914

katamatite. Nn se France3 Shaw, whose applica tion for the post of nurse in connection with the newly formed local Nursing Association was accepted by the com mittee, arrived here on Saturday hat, and ia now r-'ady to tike up her duties. Nurse Shaw, who is a member of the R.N.T.N A., London, possesses very high credentials. She also holds certi ficates from the Central Midwives' Board, Loudon, and the Western Aus tralian Trained Nurses Association. Nurse Shaw ha- had considerable prac tical experience in connection wi'h her profession. For some time worked in Malta and Ceylon, and was engaged in private nursiDg, and was for some time connected with the Davonport District Soldiers' and Sailors' Family Nursing Association. On coming to Australia she held a po-ition fcr six months as Matron of a Government Hospital* in N. W. Australia. The residents are indeed fortunate in securing a nnrse who possesses such high qualifications.

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Land Transactions James Williams, land and financial agent, Numurkah, reports having sold:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 February 1914

Land Transactions JameB "Williams, land and financial agent, Numurkah, reports baviDg sold :— The Marionvale estate, Congnpna con EiBting of lota 28, 31, 31s, and 32, soo. C, ftrieh Cougupna, on behalf of Mr VV, G. McKinne>, to Thos. H and H Thorne. On beh.df of Mr Robt. Thorne, allot ment 9a, parish Coogupna, the purchaser being Mr W G Ballintine. On behalf of Mr Chae. Thorne, allot ruent 92b, parish Pine Lodge, to Mr W G Ballantino. On. behalf of Mr M G Thomas, allot moot 113, Parish Kotupna, to M M Ban kol. On behalf of M G Thomas, allotments 116 and 116a, parish Kotupna, and 28 of Moira parish, to C Peterson. On behaif of John Thorne, allotment 92a, parish Pine L°dge, to W G Ballin tine. On behalf of Ewan McKinnon, portions of al otment in Pioola, to E and M P Roach. On behalf of Mr Tbos. H Thorne, allot ment 9!b, parish ol Pine Lodge, to Mr W G Baliantine. On behalf of Mr W G Ballintine, allot ments, 320 acres, parish Pino Lodge to J M Moyian. All the above sales at satisfac...

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NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 February 1914

NA.TEtA.LIA. The trial of the new road grader, which was take place on Tuesday last, did not come off owing to a heavy rain fall. An effort was made on Tnesday to get the machine going, and some good work was done, bat it was hardly enongh to be called a trial. A meeting of the local branch of the People's Party was held on Saturday afteimon. The President of the branch (Cr. Tnckett) presided. A large amount of formal correspondence was dealt with. The President said, on the ques tion of enlarging the sphere of the society, they should make an effort to getyonnger men interested, as suggested by the executive. Ladies had shown them the way to create interest. There was no question about the need of organisation. On the question of the vote to be taken by the party in eonnec tion with Mr Graham's seat, Mr McClel land. one of the nominees, asked if it was fair to ask him to abide by the vote. They had the preference vote and should allow at least three to go to the poll. A candidate m...

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Sales of Property. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 February 1914

Sales of Property. Kilpatrick and Co. Pty. Ltd. report having effected the following important land and property sales during the labt 10 days :— 314 acres, parish of Katunga, on ac count of Mr M. Hayes, to Mr T. N Burns, of Youanmite. 250 acres, 4 miles from Btrrigat), on account of Mr Dalgleish. to Mr McDonald Private residence and land in Maude street, Shepparton, on account of Mr A. C Tuthill, tc Mr W. Narroarrow, of Mun dnona (in conjunction with J. Pie , of Shepparton) Important business site in Melville street, Numurkah, adjoining Miller and Co,'8 stores, oon-isting of two shops, at present leased by Messrs Thomson a- d John, on account of Mr J. N. A Greig, to Mr A. Thomson. Total sales for last ten days, £6173,

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

SI :i§l — for; New and Up-to-date Stock of. Summer Suitings for your selection. LightWeight, Fashionable .Shades and t v. Materials, Correct Cut and Finish. REDURG AND SADDLE TWEEDS that are guaranteed- to wear. NEW RANGE OF TUSSORES SILKS AND CRASHES. THE • MERCERY DEPARTMENT Is replete with New Stocks, and is worth inspection. Shirts f< v evety thing —Dress, Lounge, Cricket, Tennis, etc. Latest Styles in Boiuets, Panamas, Felts, Caps, Summer Win h Undo) wear, SA Sock s, etc. NEW DESIGNS-IN TIES, etc. A. M'PHEBSON 'SAriKir El iOi'tiT, MeJvlIis-sfrec?. Rt MUiRKAH. 'T*tto>"c 27 -V Thome. THE Telegraph •Hotel NUMCP kah. Bottle Department |!: s Specialty. I. STMr-OKS, Proptietn ss. Jas. Heyme, K A i AMATITE. AGSNf FOR o-nuNG & sons. WHEAT BSUfiHT any qosntity See m i:;; ? -i)>; e'sowh«re. WOOL gop'Gn-D, TBUSLS ORDERED, and . STOCK CONSIGNED. FREE O " • •• - Agent for Ti'o 0.-?>»s Accident and Ci'i-:-.--- Lei. Live S4'.-: >, Crcjr r. -.rj S- r-'efcs Ii...

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

QUO TAD IS in the inost wonderful film evo^^p-5'iuciSJ. ^ copy Fan every night in Loncftvfi for 2 yeirn. *

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

agawn'i ariar tfaaSg^ttnafe UNRESERVED j Clearing Sale. Iim E.ATUNGA. MONDAY, 16th FEBRUARY. la the estate of the lota James Clean. J. M1'NAMAHA & GO. Have been favored with insfcrao&ions from the executors in the above es tate bo sell by pablio onobioa, at the homestead, at 1.30 p.m. on above date, absolutely without reserve— HORSES—4 draught mares and 2 draught geldiDgs, all Srabclass workers; I four yeaE old gig pony; 1 light harness hoEse. MACHINERY, IMPLEMENTS— 2 Sunshine harvesters, 6ft; Mo OormGck binder; I drill, 14-hoe, Farmer's Favorite; 2 spring tooth CBltivators; e.f. plough, Brov?n; s.f. plosgh, apibe roller, soerifier, 2 seta h&rrowe, diso harrow, hay rake, bag shaker, scoop, bow wag gon, 1 farm waggon and frame, farm dray, spring dray, Farphy Wa ter tank, bellows and anvil, Forest devil, d s baggy, lot of good fencing posts 3nd rails, black smith's tools, swings, harneEs and obains, fcroGgh and sundries. Also 3 shares in the Katanga grain ato?e...

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A TOWN IN TARTAN. CALEDONIAN SOCIETY'S ANNUAL GATHERING. A SUCCESSFUL EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 February 1914

A TOWN IN TARTAN. CALEDONIAN SOCIETY'S ANNUAL GATHERING. A SUCCESSFUL EFFORT. Nnmurkah awoke to the skirl of the bagpipes on Wednesday morning, on which day the annual gathering of the local Caledonian Society took place. The Telford pipe band arrived on Tues day evening, and till a late hour the pibroch and march resounded o'er hill and dale—or would, had wo the hills and dale3 here. The piping was listened to by large and interested crow's, and more than one had his blood stirred by the martial music. The band is a fine combination, and we believe that no future Scottish gathering will be quite complete without a band of pipers. Pro ceedings on Wednesday opened with a procession, comprised of the Pipe Band, members of society's council (many of them in kilts), competitors in piping and dancing events, light-horsemen and cadets. It was a good commencement to the day's sport Arrived on the ground, the officers at once got bu3y getting the various events off, and all i day long the c...

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

SOROSES LIQUID FACE POWDER In these days of oat of door life motoring, golfing, boating, etc,—a re liable and harmless liquid powder Is on: of the necessities of life. Soroses Liquid Face Powder Is found by experts to be « perfectly Invaluable preparation and ! decided Improvement on the old-fasi ioned dry powder. Besides improric; the appearance it acts a3 a shield to thi delicate skin of the face against h« winds, dust, smuts, and other extranects matter. Price 2s 9d. Obtainable t! all chemists and stores. Pictures. Pictures. Open-air Theatre. Friday. February 13. QUO YAM Greatest of all Pictures. Box Plan at Davis' Studio. Commence S o'clock. ADMISSION 2s. aDd Is. NUMURKAH AMUSEMENT 00, IREATMOSir I HAVE AMPLE MONEY TO LEND, on Broad Acres. lowest possible charges and interest. I have just completed 10 Contracts of sale, and hare BUYERfa still UN SUPPLIED, Farmers wishing to sell please give me particulars, as I hate every faoility to finance purchasers. JAMES WILLIAMS, ESTATE AG...

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

Contmomvcaltb J^JSanft of HustraUa HEAD OFFICE ^ SYDMEY This Bank is open Mr all of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, CJLL5NS STR£ET, IVIEwOOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, IVrth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rookhumpton, Town^v-lle, and London. Cable remittances made to, and drafts dr.v-vn on foreign places direc . Foreign hill* negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part, of tbe world. ILIW iiegoriated or forwarded for collection. ^ Banking and Exchange Business Of cv^ry description transacted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened Interest paid on fixed deposits. Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Office: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. . Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Agrencie* rj. i'ost Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from 1> to £300. Interest at 3', per annum. Deposits or Withdrawals may be made at any Branch or Agency within the Common...

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

iiiiiPiLi Bourse StrseS (A'iZTwp) ffielbonroe. The Situation is too well known to need comment. Sverything ander the direot sapo-yision o* the Proprietor, assisted by a most j com* patent staS. T i k|pta ilfeiapili3t .iad Pa.atoc8.Ust oar First Uonsideration. I rspeotfailyj Solicit a Trial. .-wo*-''' A. DONALDSON, proprietor. LSI - DUE JT? FUBNISHIMG uaDBBTiKBB Ann: ! GENBBAi, BDILDEB i- K ELY ILLS SETEET, KUMUEKAH Picture Framing s iipeeialty, Bepsir ! j executed la all Branches of the Building } | Trade. Monumental Tombstones and j | Bailings, at Lowest Possible Bates, i | Hearts, Mourning Ooach, Etc, IPhone 82. JL O, w YIELIMA. Genera! BSssksniti| all mm oT5aoh!meb¥£ SEPASMED# Wood Work Made and Repaired. EcT Agent for T. Robinaon's FamoaB FEDERAL HARVESTERS Am hii PARK IE3PLE^3EMTS. Clapshaiv, all cane Strate „ Mlliot... „ Ciapihiwesd Cieave's " Driver" ? .. ta Atlae Cane aad Rubber u M.S.D. „ „ i5 Wariop'e" Aetae" ... 15 StnartSurridge'i "Oynl" driver .. ..17 f| KSs;i"i";,ar 3 ...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. MUNDOONA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 February 1914

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. (From Oar Own Correspondents.) MUNDOONA. Things have quietened down con siderably, the wheat carting being over. The season has been a good one. The main roads leading into the town were considerably cat about by so much traffic. 8 me heavy yields have been recorded, \he highest I have heard to date being 54 bushels per acre. Picnics are now the order of the day. The harvest home picnic was held last Wednesday, and considering the rough ness of the morning and so many away with the excursions, it was very well attended. Everyone had a veiy en joyable time. This is the first harvest home held here for some tim°, bat we are hoping it will be an annual affair. The previous week a picnic was givfn the children, and under a good organizer ■ he weans had a good time. Several parties have taken a trip to -he Gonlburn on fishing expeditions, but the results on a whole have been a nit disappointing. The largest catch I have heard is 131bs. Of course the biggest always ...

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The Numurkah Leader ESTABLISHED 1895. A Farmers Paper, published in the interests of the rural community. Every Friday, one penny. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 February 1914

Established 189? A Farmers Paper, published lu the In terests ot the rural community. Every Friday, one penny. Friday Morning, February 6, 1914. "I am all the time seeing things," remarked John McGrath to Mr J. 0. Trengrove at the police court on Satur day morning, and McGrath glanced furtively round the courtroom, as though " things" were still visible. He had imbibed much—too much, and was in a pitiable condition as he stood on the floor of the court glancing about him nervously as though uncertain from which quarter the next " snake" would make its appearance. Senior-Constable Wilson told that he arrested McGrath the previous evening, and that the latter had passed the night " fighting the snakes" that his liquor charged brain conjured up. Seven days was allowed John to "sober up." the Shepparton gaol being decided upon as his habitat for that period. Miss Chrissie Weir, attending the t!u murkah school, has her name m the meriG list as a result of \he annual com petitive examinat...

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 February 1914

QbNERAL ITEMS. The Horsham Electrio Light Company has announced that it ^ oarry oat all works of installation nj provide necessary lamps free of ok»rh to oonsnmers ; and the HorBhatn bui^ of the Colonial Gaa Aasooistion ^ made an offer to inaiai gas free, provide fittings for both lighting ^ cooking, provided the householder ujjj give an undertaking to consume a ^ tain qaanity of gas weekly, A few weeks ago we published i pjf|i gragh in which was mentioned of canons laws still in Amongst these was one that prohibit^ the playing of billiards upon a license table before 10 a.m. At that time*, said it W88 soaroely likely that a protv oation woald follow a breaoh of sach t law, bnt we were wrong, for the licerus, of a billiard room at Flemingtoa bu been fined £5 (the minimum penalty for allowing a game of billiards to bj played before 10 o'clock, Mr John Nicol, irrigation settler i> Ballendalla, near Rochester, has a spies, did plot of fire acres of lucerne, fro® which in one catting...

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Subscriptions Received. We beg to acknowledge the following subscriptions to THE LEADER to December 31, 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 February 1914

Subscriptions Received. v7e beg to acknowledge the following subscriptions to The Leaker to Decem ber 31, 1913 W. Olarkson, G. Jeakin. J. S. Mc Keuzie, P. McDonald, Mrs John Hurdle, J. W. Ferrari, W. B Sutton, Jas. Barnes, S Heard, Germanton ; W. E Taylor, P. O'Dwyer.

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