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TALLYGAROOPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 November 1914
tallygaroopna. It haa been decided to abandon" the sports gathering usually held here on New Year's Day, Throngh a horse falling on her, the elder daughter of Mr Samuel Wiseley, of Mundoona, had ber leg broken in two places, She is progressing satis factorily. Mr .John Bowey and a friend had an escape from injury when the gig in which they were seated overturned, owing to a wheel coming off. Each escaped with a few bruises, and little damage was done the gig or harness.
CROQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 November 1914
CROQUET. During the past fortnight a aeries of tournaments were played on the local crcqu"t court, and they proved highly interesting. Every game was played with commendalile keenness despite the great heat that prevailed, and the clab has been encouraged to decide that similar contests will be arranged periodically. The dub desires to specially thank Mrs H. V. Howell, of Wuughnu, for the keen interest she took in arraugiug the events and generally acting as super visor. The officers of the clnb (Mrs Rockliff President, Mesdarues Corlott and Ambler secretaries) were assidu ous in thfir atteubion to visitors, of whom there was a fair number pres em, Afternoon tea was provided each day and were much en joyed. Iu the single championship, Mrs Ander son, of Wunghuu, won after interest ing games with Mits M'Niunara. Mrs Coop won the handicap singles from Mrs Solleck, whilst) in the doubles Mrs Callander and Miss M'Namara beat Mrs Rookliff and Miss Stewart, 34 is "The Leader" tolophoue num...
WUNGHNU. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 November 1914
WUNGHNU. A nnmber of persons have been anthorised by the Fisheries and Game Department to destroy opossums in their gardens, conditional on tho skins being destroyed or handed o.^er to the police. The permission fields good nntil December 81, and has been granted owing to the ha,oc being wrought by the opossoms in local gardens.
PICOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 November 1914
PICOLA. A fire occured on the farm of Mr W. Murray—lately purchased from Mrs Gophart—on Monday, by which the dwelling house and furniture was destroyed. The cause of the fire is unknown, but it is thought that it was caused by the children playing with matches. There was no insurance on the premises.
Church of England Chronicle (Edited for the members and adherents of the Church in the Parochial district of Numurkah.) Rector, Rev S. W. Williamson, ThL. Plan of Church Services for November [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 November 1914
Church of England Chronicle (Edited tor the members and adherents ot the Church in the Parochial diotriot of Numnrkah.) Eector, Kev 8, W. Williamson, ThL. Plan of Church Services for November 8 15 22 29 NUMUEKAH eB MB ? eB S.S. 2.30 p.m eD eB STE'THM'T'N MB eB mB aB S.S. 10 a.m. WUNGHNU — aB — MB S.S. 2 p.m, KATUMGA aR — aB — S.S. 2 p.m. 1 On above plan m stands for morning, n for afternoon, e for evening, M for Morning Holy Commnnion, b.b. for Sunday-aohool, R for Bector, I) for Mr Davis, S to be snpplied, Tho Rector desires that immediate notice bo given of all cases of serions illness. Marriages—By appointment (except in Lent). To avoid possible inconvenience, the Rector desires early notification. Hector visits State Sobools—Tuesday, Nutnurkih (weekly), 9.16; Wednesday, lovergordon and Mywee, 9.15 ; Thursday, Wunghcu, 9.16 ; Sbrathmerton, 3.30 p.m, (all fortnightly).
MUCKATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 November 1914
MUCKATA.H. At bhe mud "wind up" meeting of the Muckatah Football Club, the secretary, Mr M. NuDaa, presented the balance-sheet showing a surplus of £4, which it was decided should be expanded in the purohase of medals for presentation to players. The medals, which are bo be suitably inscribed, will be presented at a social and dance in the Katamatbe hall on Friday, December 4.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 November 1914
TheNumurkah Hotel Melville Street (next Mechanics') THIS Patatial and Commodious Hotel has recently been erected at great expense, and has been famished in the most ap-to-date manner, and is the best equipped hotel outside Mel bourne. The Accommodation is of the best, and the quality of the meals, liquors, etc. guaranteed first-class, Old and new friendB given a oordial welcome. Hot and col J baths, Electric Light. Eveiy possible convenience, A. WILSON, Proprietor PLUMBING AND TIMSMITHING. FRANK HAWKER (Licensed Plumber and Tinsmith) B1 >EGS to announce that- he has COM MENCED BUSINESS on his own accoant as a TINSMITH AND PLUMBER, Solicits a Share of Public Patronage Adddress: KNOX 8TKEET. Next Brown, Oorke and Co.'s Timber Yardo, Will be promptly attended to PIBST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED. Agent for A, E, JoneB' Generators John Darling & Son. Purchasers of W.neat in any quantity. CASH ON DELIVERY. "DEPRESENTATIVES at Wunghnu, •*-*' Nutnurksh, Waala, Katanga, Strathmerton. N...
KATAMATITE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 November 1914
KATAMATITE. A most successful and highly pleasurable dance was held on Wed nesday of last week at Boosey in aid of the tenuis club. Albhongh the night was warm, a large number of dancers attended from Bookie, Burra mine, Muekuteh and Kafcamacifcp. Splendid music was supplied by Messrs O'Brien and Bonrke, and Mr Trevas kis acted as M O. The promotors, and especially Misses C. Hopkins, A. Dobbaon and B. McDonald, are to be congratulated on the success of the function, and to the same ladies mast be given warm praise for the dainty supper provided. The dance was unanimously voted the best yet held in Boosey. During the evening songs wore rendered by Messrs Kil feder, O'Brien, Timothy and Sayers, and about 4.30 a.m. the company joined hands and sang Auid Lang Syne before dispersing for their several homes.
EDITORIAL. ADVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 November 1914
EDITORIAL. ADVENT. Next Sunday the Holy Catholic Churob throughout the world commences a new Church year the initial season of whioh is Advent, which is a period of prepara tion ending with the joy of Christmas. It is not regarded as so solemn a season as Lent, but nevertheless it is a time which the Church speoially recommends for stricter self-examination and repent ance. The meaning of the word is COMING, and in it we are reminded not only of the Coming in "great humility" but of the time when "He shall come again to judge both the quick and the dead." Therefore we should also regard it as a time of warning, and renewal of the Christian life. The text last Sunday taken from the GoBpel bids us "Gather up the fragments that remain that nothing may be lost," bids us take a retrospect of the year that is gone, and while lamenting our many errors remem ber that much remains on whioh to build during the coming year. One of our resolutions should be to endeavor this year to understand o...
MEETINGS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 November 1914
MEETINGS, ETC. Wednesday 25th—Eactor at Inver gord n, Confirmation Glass, Numurkah, 7.30 p.m. Thursday, 26th—Eeotor at Wunghnu. Litany, 10 a.m. Heralds of the King, 7.30 pm. Friday, 27ch—Litany 8.30 a.m. Choir, Numurkah, 8 p.m. Sunday next- HOLT COMMUNION, Numurkah, 8 30 a.m. Wunghnu, 11 a.m. Tuesd vy, 1-t December—Litany, 8 30 a.m. &lt; Wedn Bday, 2nd—Eeotor at Strath- 1 merionand My wee. HYMNS for next Sunday—(ADVENT SUNDAY)—46, 47, 203, 291, 463, (H.C. 555, 320, 324) [ Subject—The Coming of the King. Meditation this week—St. John 6 v 12.
"THE BILIOUS HABIT." HUSBAND AND WIFE IN SYDNEY FIND A REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 November 1914
"THE BILIOUS HABIT." HUSBAND AND WIFE IN SYDNEY FIND A REMEDY. Suppose the livt-r was pat upon its trial before a judge and jury. What charges tens of thousands of people could bring against it of having been the killjoy of their lives. They would give evidtnce of innumerable head aches, the agonising attacks of bilious ness, the feeling of utter prostration, and the havoc to good tempers caused by liverishness. Before sentence was passed by the judge, the liver would urge its own d« fence that all too frequently it had not been properly treated, that often when it needed a tonic none was given, and therefore its rebellion was not1 surprising. It is just as well, then, to keep on good terms with the liver by taking at ! the first sign of its revolt, Mother Seigel's Syrnp, the remedy which for 40 years has given relief to countless i sufferers from liverishness. Note testimony from Mrs M. Fox, 107,Rochford-sireet, Sydney, N.S.W., on February 24th, 1914:—"Your most excellent remedy, M...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 November 1914
NEWS AND NOTES. Holy Baptism, Numurkah (privately by reason grevious illness), Novr. 18th, Mary Bachel Adams. Burial, Novr. 19tb, Mary Eaohel Adams, aged 7 months. To Mr and Mrs J, Adams we extend the sympathy of our congregations. " Suffer the little ohildron to come nnto Me." Supplement Subscriptions received since last issue :—Mrs Brooks Is, Miss Howard 1b, Mr Ellwood Is, Mr Boy De Campo Is, Mr J. Oates la, Mrs Heath Is, " T" Is. Confirmation services will be held next Sunday week (Deer. 6th) at Strathmer ton at 11 a.m., and at Numurkah 7 80 p.m., by the Bishop of Wangaratta: Lisb Sunday the Diooesan Sunday School examination was held, several candidates presenting themselves at Nu murkah. There are two good rules whioh ought to be written in every heart—Never to believe anything about anybody unless you know it to be absolutely tfuo ; never to tell that unless yon feel that it is absolutely necessary.—Beprint. QUESTION BOX. "Enquirer" is informed that .the letters "R.I.P." are t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914
The Best Remedy for * ^ "'ill Mother Seigel's Syrup as a remedy for indigestion has proved its value in thousands upon thousands of cases. For over forty years it has been recognised as a thoroughly reliable remedy for a disordered state of the organs of digestion— the stomach, liver, and bowels. Mother Seigel's Syrup is made from • the curative extracts of roots, barks, and leaves, which have a tonic and strengthening effect upon the stomach, liver and bowels. In • this way it promotes good digestion and regular action of the bowels. Mrs. Elizabeth Pickford, 60, Wilson St., Newtown, Sydney, N.S.W., on Feb. 24th, 1914, wrote : " A couple of years back I was so completely run down in health by indigestion and biliousness that my poor body felt quite worn out. I tried Mother Seigel's Syrup. Within two months I was again in full possession of good health."
Temperance Notes. (Contributed. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914
Temperance Notes. (Contributed. Two Eiiemie3 of Cricket.—Strong condemnation of smoking nd drink ing is contained in an article on cricket written for a newspaper by J. B, Hobbs, the well-known Surrey batsman. "Two of the greatest necessaries in cricket," he states, "are strong nerves and good sight, but there are many thousands of young players who run the risk of shattering both by cultivating the habit of excessive tobacco-smoking, I am not going to Bay it is absolutely wrong to smoke," writes the great batsman, "but I advise those who have nob yet acquired the habit bo leave it alone. I never knew tobacco smoke to do any good jet, but I know of many cases in which it has done a lot of harm, Perhaps the worst form of smoking is the cigarette hahiq which, I am sorry to say, is nob con lined to men. The greatest enemy to success upon the field is the drinking habit, whicb, in these days of self indulgence and temptation, i? only too common, and I would stroDgly urge those of my rea...
SOUDAN GRASS. A WONDERFUL YIELDER. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914
SOUDAN GRASS. A WONDERFUL YlELDER. To the Editor. Sib,—This grass is not yet known in Ausfralia and judging by the high ly favorable reports of its great merits in the United States, especially whero the rainfall is light, it shhnld be of the utmost value to stockowners in similar places here. It comes from North Africa, and has been grown in America for some years with the most satisfactory results, and, being a deep-rooting plant ic i3 said to re sist drought well. It is largely grown in Texas and California, and it is said to attain a height of five feet in eight weeks from seed. It will cat three tons per acre twice in a season and then produco pastnro for nearly all the winter. It is also said to be most nutritions and is rnnch relished by all classes of stock. Coming from on arid snn-scorched country like the Soudan it should be worthy of the best attention of pastoralists who re quire a hardy, heavy yielding variety for the hot dry summer months,— Yours, etc., B. HARRISON, F....
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914
NEWS AND NOTES. The principal news this week is that next Sunday we shall have a visit from our Bishop, who will administer the rite of Confirmation at Strathmerton in the morning, and at Numurkah in the even ing. Besides this thore will ho an address by the Bishop to men in the Church in the afternoon at three. The meeting will ba under the auspices of the St. George's branch of the Church of England Men's Society, aud several new members will be admitted by the Bis hop, who is an enthusiastic member of the Society, and wears its badge. We can rely upon His Lordship for a manly stirring address, and we hope that the men will all come. Young men are all invited—there is no age limit. There will be no servico at Katunga next Sun day in consequence. A meeting will be held at St. Columb's Church, Wunghnu, on Thursday, 10th inst., for the purpose of forming a branch of the Girls' Friendly Society. A joint Vestry Meeting will be held tho night before, at which several matters of importan...
QUESTION BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914
QUESTION BOX. : Sincere" is informed that the Church , does nob regard dancing as wrong in any way.. Ifc is one of our most popular past times in Australia, Lite all innooen amusements, it may be made evil, bu that is less likely when Church men and women suporvise it. There is no more harm in selling this amusement rightly •indulged in for profit for a Church than there is in selling amusement in the form of songs, games or tea feastings, which are less enjoyed by the majority of young folks.
EDITORIAL. CONFIRMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914
JKDl'i'UKiAL. CONFIRMATION. Next Sunday, at Strathmerton and Numurkah, we shall witness a ceremony Bimilar to that recorded in the eightn chapter of the Acts of the Apostles. Philip the Deacon had prepared the Samaritan converts by Baptism and much preaching for Confirmation. Then when they were qualified two Apostles, Sts, Peter and John, were sent down from Jerusalem to adminis ter the rite. The Confirmation Service inc'uded prayer for the candi dates, the laying on of Hands and the re ceiving of the Holy Ghost. It is the same in these days as in those days of the early history of the Christian Church. I see that confirmees are prepared by Holy Baptism and instruction ; I thon send for the Bishop, who is in the Apostolic Suc cession, and who alone is qualified to per form the rite. He comes, prays and lays hands on the head of each person who receives the grace of the Holy Ohost. Confirmation is, on our part, an open acknowledgement ot responsibility in the matter of our Baptismal...