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THE WUNGHNU EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 November 1914

THE WUNGHNU EFFORT. A balance-sheet (bearing the names of Messrs T. Nicholls, chairman ; R. ££. Oook, secretary, and H. V. Howell, treasurer) in connection with the can vass at Wunghnn for the patriotic fund has reached us. This shows that the total amount collected was £107 16s 6d, whilst the expenditure amounted to 2s. £100 has been sent to the Lord Mayor's fund, and the balance, £7 14s 6d, handed to the local branch Red Cross Society. Subscribers are notified that the full list of donors may be perused at the Wunghnn Mechanics' Institute upon application to the librarian.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PATRIOTIC FUNDS. PICOLA AND BARMAH DISTRICTS The honorary secretary, Mr A. R. Wall, desires to acknowledge the following donations to the above fund:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 November 1914

PATRIOTIC FUNDS, PICOLA AND BARMAH DISTRICTS The honorary secretary, Mr A. R. Wall, desires to acknowledge the fol lowing donations to the above fund :— j £5 5s.—J. G. Henderson. £2 2s.—J, H. Mawdesley. £2.—John Mawdesley. £1 Is.—S. Baxter, R. Crawford, J. J. Donovan, J. McKenzie, J. McKenna, W. Lubke, R. Lindsay, Mrs A. Or mond, Mrs Qainn, G. Stickels, J. Yale, A. Wall, D. Elder. £1.—P. Banko, J. J. Bradley, Mrs Bohn, L. J, ChamberlaiD, Alf Corry, G Grant, A. Grinter, W. Holland, J. Harding, J. Hawks, H. Mounter, W. Paterson, J. Paterson, R. J. Paterson, R. Strang, W. C, Schier, R. Trlckey, Jos. Trlckey, Thos. Vale, H. Vale, jun, W„ A. Williams, G. Warren. 10s 6d.—Enoch Trickey. 10s.—D. Baxter, J. Collins, E. Hard ing, A. Lenon, J. McBurnie, J. Pell, J. Tinkler, W. Woodyard. 7s 6d.—P. Gleeson, W. Wright. 5s —Spencer Clark, J Dow, D Gray, J- Ferrari, P. Keys, J. Killmister, J. McGowan, H. Maloney, Geo. Minchin, P. Myers, W. Shannon. 2s 6d.—T. Kiley, A. Weston. 2s.—J. H. Leyland, H. ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. NARING DIP v. MUCKATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 November 1914

CRICKET, NAKING DIP v. MUCKATAH. Naring Dip journeyed to Muokatah on Saturday and scored an eaRy victory over the home team, who could only muster nine men, the final scores being—Naring 97, Muckatah 52. XAKINil Dir. W B Donald, c Jack Parnell, b J Parnell — — — 1 Eliaeou, c and b M Parnell — I MoLeod, run out — — — 14 Hoyme, b P Parnell — — 55 McBurney, b M Parnell — — 1 Buckley, b hi Parnell — — 1 Lynch, c and b Kilfeder — — 14 Gray, b Kilfeder — — — 0 W A Donald, c Brown, b P Parnell— 1 J Carnie, c Parnell, b Kilfedder — 3 S Carnie, not out— — — 0 Sundries — — — Total — — — 97 Bowling—J Parnell, 2 for 36 ; M Par nell, 3 for 36 ; W Kilfeder, 3 for 15 ; P Parnell, 2 for 4. 3IUCKATAH. J Parnell, c isIcLeod, b Donald — 3 Bradstreet, b Heyme — — 2 Kilfeder, c McBurney, b Gray — 26 P Parnell, b Gray— — — 10 M Parnoll, b EliaBon — — 1 J Parnell, not out — — 4 Murchison, c Donald, b Gray — 0 McCube, ot Eliason, b Gray — 0 Field, b Gray — — — 0 Sundries— —- — 6 Total — — — 52 Bowling—W Do...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Numurkah Leader ESTABLISHED 1895. Published Friday.: One Penny. 'PHONE 34. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1914 Public Institutions and Public Apathy. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 November 1914

Established 1895. Published Friday. : One Penny. 'Phone 34. Friday Morning,'November 6, 1914 Public Institutions and Puolic Apathy, It, is sincerely to be hoped that in no other town in this fertile Gouibure Valley is there displayed such a lamentable leek of public spirit as in this erstwhile vigorous community of -Numurkab. To those best acquairi ted with public movements it would appear that the Ixry politic has fallen prematurely into senile decry, and th^t in a year or two it will most certainly perish from inanition A vow sterns to have been taken by a large number of town and diaries residents to religiously abstain from tak ng pare in any movemmt that, would tend to improve the town or that would in any way relieve the deadly monotony that has settled like a funeral pall over it. The peop'e who take a ready iive interest i in public rffurs can bo counted almost on one's fingers, and as they recognise the fact that their critics far outnumber their supporters, it must be expe...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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SHOW MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 November 1914

SHOW MATTERS. (By onr Nathalia Correspondent,) It is pleasing to note that oar ex hibitors can hold their own at hotn» and abroad. We note that Mrs A Minchin was snccessfnl at Sheppart,)n' with the nice mare Blossom, who wss first and champion here for dry ma-( She was placed third in Namnrk-j' but kicked the beam at Bheppartf,r' scoring first prize and reserve cham pion, beating the mares she met at Namnrkah, and she obtained first ?Cj the best mare owned and bred tw tha exhibitor, for which she was subjected to a strict veterinary examination Blossom is by Advance, a horse intrc! dnced to the district by Mr J. J M'Carron, and is out of a mare by Wilson's Prince of Wales. We have always had a sneaking re gard for Newton's Best as a showyard horse, and we note he is gradually catching the eye of the judge. At Namnrkah Mr M'Carron was snccesr. fnl in securing first and champion honors, and at Shepparton in a field wa3 placed second to Onward. It was with regret that this year iv3 not...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 November 1914

of Large Experieo Recommend m raeiEil lL LnLzn LiliL Lbs LJ lj i m&m 'm SIrDQiif' PaSiosvia. NURSE CATHERINE KORTING of 176 Davis Street. Brunswick, Vic., writes as follows (29/2/1-) : CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " I am writing about the amount of good CLEMENTS TONIC has done my daugh ter. in January last year, site was operated upon far appendicitis. She was eight weeks in the hospital, and earns home very weak and run dov/n. I gave her several bottles of Clements Tonic. It soon strengthened her nerves, she was as well as I conld wish her before long. Foorteen years ago I first ased this medicine as a nurse and have recommended it times out of number. I have seen people restored to health tin d strength, and bless the day they heard of it. It never failed to do good. (Slcrtod) CATHERINE SORTING." Norer be without this medicine if run dovru, rritfa Weak Nerve?. Bad Digestion, Poor Appetite or Constipation, It puts ? the hum-ail system in order rapidly. AIL CHEMISTS & STORES ...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 November 1914

Local and General ■ o Despite the great heat, a most pleas ant afternoon was spent on the Numur kah Tennis Club's courts on Wednes day, when season was opened. Mo f 'rmal speeches were made, but Mr T. S. Lancaster (President) and Mr^Lan caster cordially welcomed the jriembers and visiters, who assembled'^in fairly iarge numbers. Many games were played, and dainty afternoon tea camo as a refreshing interlude. The courts have just been top-dressed, and are in excellent playing order. Messrs J. McNamara and Co have a buyer for about 50 young draught horses and owners having any for sale are requested to send in early particu lars. Messrs J. McNamara and Co. and Campbell and Sons will hold their next special horse sale at ' Numurkah on Thursday, 26th November, when buy ers for all classes of horses, including army remounts and transport horses will be present. Mr G, S. Mcllroy, optician, advises that he will visit Numurkah profession ally on Friday of next week, November 13, when he may...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local Preachers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 November 1914

Local Preachers' Association. The 44bh annual oonricil of bhe Local Preachers' Association of Vic toria, of which Numttrkab has a branch, was held in Bend'go on October 19th The pnlpits of several of the chnrches were the previous day filled by the visitors, Mr J. V. Kitchen, President, occnpied the chair, and there were between 50 and 60 of the laymen presenb from Mel bourn?, Bvllarat, Geeloiig, Bendigo, Qastlemame, Dayiesford, Gippslaad, Mavyborougb, Creswick, Oolac, Mai den, Kyabraru, Teraus, Mortlake, Wedderbnvsi, and Numurkab. The priru-ry object of the association was to atsisb necessitous preachers and the widows and orphans of the departed. Since its inception they had expended nearly £SOOO in this direction, and many homes had been cheered and hearts gladdened by the help thus given ; also those in declin ing years, They have also assisted many local preaohers who are not members of the association There are 1300 local preachers in Victoria, bat ouly about our-third belong ...

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Wool and Skin Market. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 November 1914

Wool and Skin Market. Tha Australian Estates & Mortgage Co. report :—Sheep Skins— Merino super full wools, 7d to 7jd ; overage, 5,jd to 5^|i; ribby, 4Jd to 5|-d; dam aged, to 4-^-d; inferior and short, 2^d to 3^i. CB and fine XB supers, 6;j l to 7^d; good average, 6d to 7ot ; XB pelts Cbk, 3^d ; merino; 2% 1. Rough crossbred, 5£d to 6|-4 xb, burry and short, 4d to 4-^d; dam aged and inferior, 3^d to 4|-d. Hog gets, fide, 51yd to 6^d; rough, 4£d to 5d. Spring lambs, best, 5^d to 6Jd, short, 4^d to 5d, Furred skins — Best winter furs, 7-Jjd to 8d, good mixed up to 6d, average 4d to 5§i ; kittens and milky does, 2f to 3^-; fox sbins, 153 to 45s, small Is to l'2s. Hides—Heavy and picked, 6J to 7;£ ; mediums 6d to 6-|- ; lights and kip 5| to 6;]- ; kip, light weights 6| to 7;} ; calf, light to lOd, large to 6|, meaty 6d to 8d, cut and dgd. to 6^-, Tallow —Best clean mixed, good color, to £21 10s ; best average mixed, fair color, £19 ; medium average, dark color £19 ; inferior and...

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

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. [From Oar Owu Correspondent] NATHALIA. Unimportant business was trans acted at the monthly meeting of the Agricultural Society on Saturday, the President (Mr W. Leaf) in the chair. R. Biggor protested against the prize for maiden hunter being awarded to Sutcliffe Rros., on the ground that the horse had won a hnnting event at the Nnmnrbah patriotic demonstration.— Consideration of the matter was post poned. The secretary mentioned that he bad e.vory hope that the result of the recent show would show a very small deficiency, if any—£10 at the very outside. The Secretary—Mrs A. Perry—has to report very successfol meetings of the Rpd Cross Society. There was a very fine attendance of ladies at Messrs Muntz's room on Thursday last. Not only was a large amount of work done, but the labor of the past few weeks was all packed for transport, making in all a large package of useful articles. Ou tennis matters it is interesting to note that the Western Division of the Na...

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Cr J. D. MITCHELL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 November 1914

Ct J. D. MITCHELL. Katamatite, Monday evening, Nov. 9, at 8. Katandra, Tuesday evening, Nov. 10, at 8. Nathalie. Thursday evening, Nov, 12, at 8. Yielima, Friday evening, Nov. 18, at 8, /

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Barmah Common Pump. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 November 1914

Barmah Common Pump. (To the Editor.) Sir,—I notice in the Picoia news in last issue, contributed by your corres pondent, that, in referring to the pump ing operations now being carried out on the Barmah cimmon, some dis cussion has taken place over the matter of procedure. Allow me to place the facts of the whole case before the pubiic. In the first place, a public meeting was called to arrange to go to the Government asking for assistance to pump water and irrigate the Barmah common, At that meeting Mr R. Murray and myself were appointed a deputation to interview the Minister of Public Works and Conservator of Forests in regard to the matter. It was pointed out by us that pumping operations could be carried out on the common for a cost of £60 per month. The Minister (Mr Hutchinson) agreed to give this amount for a month's trial, with a promise that if the pumping was a success and water available fur ther assistance would be given. Our nest stap was to arrange for an engine and pnm...

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Mr A. McB. McCLELLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 November 1914

Mr A. McB. McCLELLA.ND. Nnmnrkab, Friday evening, Nov ember 6, at 8, Kotnpna, Saturday evening, Nov ember 7, at 8. Shepparton, Monday evening, Nov, 9, at 8. Tallygaroopna, Tuesday evening, Nov. 10, at 8.

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MR J. COLMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 November 1914

MR J. COLMAN. On Tuesday last the faneral took place of the remains of the late Mr J. Colraan, of Kotnpna, a very old resi dent of the district, and a man in his day or good parts, Deceased had reached the ripe age of 88 years, and felt to some extent the bnrden of his years. It i3 snpposed that the imme diate cansa of death was blood poison ing, caused by the bite of some insect. 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 OolJins 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 snch wonderful cures among women in all parts of Australia. For the benefit of sufferers, and for those in whose homes Kiug 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 Bnitdi...

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Mr P. D. K. O'HANLON. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 November 1914

Mr P. D. K. 0'HA.NLON, Katamatite Hall, Friday evening, November 6, at 8.80. Yarroweyah Hall, Saturday even ing. November 7, at 8.30. Katnnga Hall, Monday evening, November 9, at 8.30, Numurkah Mechanics' Hall, Friday evening, November 13, at 8,15,

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

®EO©ELsS # n n f§ Mother Seigel's Syrup is a most effective remedy for indigestion, the arch-enemy of good health. Don't let this all-too-common complaint get you in its grip. That's the dan ger if you don't keep the stomach healthy and active by taking an occasional dose of Mother Seigel's Syrup. It is a splendid digestive tonic and stomachic remedy, and during the past 40 years has been recognised by tens of thousands as a most reliable herbal remedy. - Mrs. A. Maher, 3 Pitt Street, Flemington, Victoria, says :—" I suffered for years from obstinate constipation and indigestion. I had pains in the back, between the shoulders, extreme dizziness, sick headaches, stomach pains, and general discomfort after eating. My aunt, who had been suffering from liver trouble, told me that Mother Seigel's Syrup had given her relief. I decided to try it, and was fully cured after taking five bottles." r\? f! (o) f

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 November 1914

To the Editor. I Sir,—In your contemporary of 4th ! inst. appears a letter over the heading of Giver," and in it the writer not only attacks Mr Harper in bis public capac ity, but he reverts to the unmanly - attitude of attacking him in his official duties- Now, Sir, I propose being brief, but as one of the committee I feel it my duty to let the public know that they have the most implicit confi dence In Mr Harper's ability to control public matters, and may I say we have not a more public spirited man in Numnrkah at th6 present time than the gentleman mentioned. His name is prominent in every public movement, and it is a pleasure to wait on him for assistance in any movement, and at meetings his suggestions at all thnes carry weight. Touching on "Giver" for one moment, I will have nothing much to say other than that I think the title "German," not "Giver," would be more appropriate.— xonrs, etc., reoeivek. If you want good printing and cheap ring up 34—" The Leader" teleP1""1 numbe...

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

otmb&m ®ff 5?@\s mmm goods. These comprise ail that is newest in Shades and Materials Grepe de Chine, Broche Eoliennes, and tlie new cloth "KREMLA." 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 lovei3?\ All the newest designs. We also wish to draw yen? attention to our Embroideries, Flouneings, ©to., and Embroidered ¥@§i©$0 i magnificent Stook9 Varied Pattgrns to choose from, s„SwU ihe services of the Misses Rawley , ir-an, thoroughly experienced Dressmakers, who can assure you perfect fitting gowns at Moderate Prices and IJp-to-date Styles. Nagaski and British-made Crepes, plain and fancy, in fast colors, at various Prices. i ^4 Tf V m t KAH. f?i era [I ft\ il 13 r(\ .1 i \i U P. o. ! i il] LB Wo WOOL WAREHOUSES, 573 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. ^ ft n r> f Lr'- M\ || \\\& ] B Is vA U li L AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, 8&1N8, TALLOW ...

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

m I MEN! Let Go Your /•raswv. ^ /!»&?>» ^.^SSJsVji «i&4^S§ai£^'h£&3l Kv ^ _ I ; ~Jv 'I ^ fvrsd^T ?Mj{ \ -•» a <,1 -Vt .<■ » « -* «M,f 4 ✓. la ,y?V^3 ategvt^ * h-^l^v Mi *' v' \--r *-? ^ «c V\, *> -tLsJ *£* » /l; v^ ^^1 See MCPHERSON'S NEW STALES. MEN ! Let go yoor Winter Hat—it is a relie. For appearance sake and comfort—it mnst retire before the warm Spring Days. See the smart long-la3ting Spring and Snmnier Hats at McPBERSON'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 snch splendid choice—nowhere else do yon get so mnch hat value for your money. Wisely then—select at McPHERSON'S and Go into Style Head First. A. ftiCPfa&RSOW, The Men's Store, Numurkah Sick People Attention ! V10T1MS TO PIMPLES, BOILS, BLOTCHY SKINS ! HERE IS INSTANT BELIEF ! If yon fee! all rnn "down"—if yoni spfetite has gone—if every bone in ye...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 November 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. To th9 Editor. Sir,—In your contemporary of SVed nesday there appears a letter signed "Giver," which to me was rather pain ful reading, as it is evidently an attempt to throw discredit on Mr Harper in the high position he ho'ds as manager of one of onr leading financial institution?. I would like to remind "Giver" that the present is no time to try and make strife, and as the old adage says, if the man who wrote a letter to-day only waited until to-morrow to post it, a lot of hard things that are written would remain unpublished Iu my opinion, Mr Harper should not have replied to 'Giver's" first latter, but no doubt hs felt hurt after the great amount of work he had put into the effort, and really Is to be congratulated in having brought the movement to such a splendid term ination. "Giver"nodoubt would rather regret his last letter, as it surely must appeal to him as being unfair to try and bring contempt on Mr Harper's posi tion. It is anything but an easy matter t...

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