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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 December 1914

the Rainfall. The following is the rainfall as regi 9 tered at the Humurkah gauge from 1880 II 21 68'II 68-11 WZZ 09'8I Ll'fl OL'Ll 81-01 09'II 96-91 00-81 21*81 96"ZI SI'SI 29-11 60'9Z 68-81 29-81 21*12 2Z'6I 99'82 I9'0I 88 0 ar •[ 88'0 80'0 Z8'0 88'Z OZ'8 iro 18-0 ■ 88'0 08'0 Z9'0 ZI I 01*8 96*0 88*0 01*0 88-1 ZO'O 28*1 — jaqmoood zr 61-1 9 L'Z 80'0 La'O LO'l 8Z'0 08*0 18*0 36-1 ZL'O 08*0 26'0 — 8Z'0 8Z'Z ,02*2 69*1 29'I 2F2 69'0 J3qtnoAO{q 89 0 ?n 98 2,0-8 921 91-Z 69'I OZ'I 92-1 88-0 86"0 sri 86-0 — 06'0 9F9 89'I 08'Z 88'I I9'I 80'Z 88*0 loqcqaQ 10 I I2'Z 89 62'Z on 68*0 10'S 22'0 89*1 ZO'I OFO 68'0 90'I 98*1 88*0 80-1 89'Z 89*1 99 0 19*0 88*2 08*2 aaqnzajdacj 86 Z 68'1 OZ'l 89'Z 99'0 oo-z 18*0 690 02*1 80'Z 8Z'l 88'I 92*8 29'0 88"! 88'Z 98*1 09*8 on Z9'l 99'8 68*0 !}Bn3nY 92 I 69 88*1 88*1 WZ zrz I8'I 19*0 82-1 IZ'I 6Z'0 8FI I9'l 09*0 18-0 80'Z IFI 88'I 98'2 20-8 2F0 08'0 Anf 98 Z j L'z 69'0" 89'! ZO I 9 Z'l 08'Z 981 oo-1 20'Z 90'8 89-8 8I'Z I9'I 9Z'l IZ'8 I9'I IZ'I 08*8 96*8 6...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 December 1914

$1 L tLUGAiiiu tijwa liuuavyi v^viMog sir©©^ A$sm> gTPA.Trii<o>K • AaajERrcrs, Boorke Street, MELBOURNE. Conduct Sales as ander.— At Newmarket.—Fab Gabble and Oalves, Wednesdays. Ab Corporation Yards,top of Ellaa beth Sb.—Pork and Store Pigs and Oalves, Wednesdays ; Bacon and Barkfatters, Thursdays. Dairy and Store Cattle, Fridays, Clearing Sales as Airanged, Correspondence invited. Jno. Com sung, Katanga, wll Order and Consign Truoks. PEAKbON, HOWS, SWITH and OQ0. 46 Bourke St„ Melbourne SHEEP & CATTLE SALESMEN All "Btook classed and sold by as under personal supervision of principal Properties sold privately or by auction Trnst Moneys to lend at Lowest Rates latorea 0 N (1) Santa is having a trying tirua this year. He cannot get all the toya he wantB through the war, so he is distributing large quantities of FASH IONABLE and STYLISH FOOTWEALi, like J. T. JOHN, Footwear Specialist, Keeps. Why ho goes to J. T. JOHN is because his Footwear is the most RELIABL...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 December 1914

Morrissy and Deane Barristers and Solicitors, Melville Street, Numurkah. 40 QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE And Nathalla,Nagambie and Dookle. D# G MORRISON D.A., L.L.Ii. BARRISTER and SOLICITOR, NUMURKAH, OIAlso at Tatuea and Ktabeam, Trust Moneys to Lend from 4 per cent Mr H. J PEARSON RECORDED BY VICTORIAN DENTAL BOARD. MELVILLK STREET. NOMUf KAH Visits— NATHALIA (Nest Mrs Eakin's), Every Saturday. COBRAM (Grand Central Hotel), First Monday and Tuesday In Each Month. KATAMATITE (Lease's Hotel, Third Wednesday in Each Month, Painiess Extractions ol Teeth. Fillings In Gold, Amalgam, Cement and Porcelain. Orowr and Bi idge work. Continuous Gum and Vulcante Dentures. Platrs Repaired in Six Honrs The Numurkah Hotel Melville Street (next Mechanics') THIS Patatial and CommodiouE Hotel has recently been erected at great expense, and has been furnished in the most up-to-date manaer. and is the best equipped hotel ontside Mel bonrne. The Accommodation is of the best, and the qnality of the meals, l...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 December 1914

What Ton Want "HI To Know About! Harvester Stoves Have yon a Stove that is confirm ally giving tronble ? There are some rbat seem to delight in doiDg jast the opposite to that which yon intend. The ''Harvester" has qnite a different reputation. It is economical, using only a small quantity of wood. The oven heats quickly and cooks per fectly. Always select one with the name '' Brown, Corke & Co." on the plate. It is a guarantee of quality. j Enamel Stewpans ; If it is a question of a British i manufactured article against one of ! German manufacture our sympathies : lead us in the direction of the former. ; But when we can bay the British ! article of better value at the same ! cost then we are most ardent pat | riots. The Anglo Enamel Ware answers this description. We have a large new stock of these in all j sizes. Meat Safes With the advent of Snmmer comes the necessity of guarding the meat and provisions from the fiies. The old style meat safe of perforated zinc sides and...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 December 1914

NO ONE KNOWS THE WEIGHT OF ANOTHER'S BURDEN. MANY A ONE ■ BROUGHT TO LIGHT. Yon know if yon have a harden to hear. Yon know where yon ore taxed to bear it. Yon know bow much trouble it gives yon. But do von know how to shake it off 7 The back bears more burdens than all the human organism. And it objects to it, sometimes emphatically, It aches, it pain*, is weak and lame. It's your fault if you don't come to the rescue. Perhaps you don't know how, We could tell you, but you might doubt us. We will let this woman do it, then 'tis easier proven. Mrs J. Adams, Brennan-street Numurkah, says For a consider able time I suffered from a weak and aching back, caused by my kidneys being out of order. The pain was at times very severe, and prevented me from stooping or moving about freely. It was as much as I could do to attend to my household duties, and often when my work was finished I used to feel as if my back would break, the pain was so acute. One day I re ceived a Doan's Backache Kidne...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 December 1914

QUalixy is value. When baying boots 'tis a golden rule to have four qualities in view That is quality, value, solidity and fit, and I'm perfectly sure that you Can secure the above at John's, and I'm sure you will not rue The energy expended in coming to his shop, where satisfaction to you w'4 accrue,

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IRRIGATION, To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 December 1914

IRRIGATION, To tin Editor. i. every irr'g8tion meeting held in these parts, there is „ certain amount of Inkewarmedtiess shown by speakers who happen to possess a big area of Isnd. They seem to think; that the annual cost would be exces sive and no payable for them to venture into. Now I will endeavor to prove to them that they are entirely wron^ as to which is the most remunerative dry farming, as at present, or simply stock raising under irrigation. I will put the cost per acre of one foot of water at 5s, as is the charge at Shep parton, and will say for a 280 acre farm. This wonld amount to £80 a year. Now, 15 tons of chaff this year has cost many a farmer that amount, and you can depend on it is bein" fed pretty sparingly to the stock wnereas if the farm had been ucd-r irrigation tbey would have had any amonnt of feed and some to spare They will gay that it costs a good' amonnt of money to get Incerne, etc.. established. I agree ; but the coat of a team of horses, harness and a'...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
False Pretences Alleged. A YOUNG MAN COMMITTED. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 December 1914

False Pretences Alie^eci. A YOUNG MAN COMMITTED. A young man named Arthnr Wil son was charged before Messrs John Meiklejohn, J. C, Trengrove, and E, Coxod, J-'sP., at the local court of petty sessions on Wednesday morning, with having imposed on Mrs Ross, of the Shamrock hotel, and Mr Geo, Raps (Messrs Raps and Thompson) by means of valueless cheques. Senior Constable Wilson prosecuted, and accused was undefended. Both acts were alleged to have been committed on September 17. In Mrs Ross's case, accused, after obtaining the loan of £5, handed her cheques for £7 16s 6d (in payment of the loan, accommodation, etc ) and £10, which she cashed. In Mr Raps's case a cheque for £18 lis was given for pay ment for the hire of motor-cars. Detec tive Brennan gave evidence as to the arrest of accused, who admitted his guilt, and stated that he bad been drinking ; by Mr Harper who attested that the cheques presented had been returned to the Bank of Victoria marked "do account," and by Mr Fossey, ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. THE OTHER SIDE OF THE QUESTION. To the Editor, Numurkah Leader. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 December 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. the other side of the question. To the Editor, Numurkah Leader. glB>—We quite expect a determined effort to have the 1906 LioeDsing Act altered in the direction of having the Licenses Reduction Board re-appointed after 1916, with the power to grant licenses, but to have the first shot fired into our electorate during the evening of election day, as per the leading article in your issue of November 27, was certainly a bit sudden. The gun was evidently loaded beforehand ; our gone, however, are also loaded, and we s are quite prepared to return shot for J efiot as fast as the enemy (liquor "I* traffic) likes to pour them in. Re garding the artiole, it says :—. I "There is sound sense in the admonition that bids us avoid the falsehood of extremes in seeking prac tical solntion of difficnlt problems."— In this case yon evidently infe "the falsehood of extremes" to no-license, but those who seek the truth regarding the effect of the abolition of the liqnor traffic find...

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A COUNCIL BREEZE. CR. ROSS RESIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 December 1914

A COUNCIL BRbEZE. CR. ROSS RESIGNS. A mild sensation was caused ab the shire council meeting on Tuesday, when Or Ross and the shire engineer (Mr Hay Ower) had a di6curaion re garding the relative merits of Stock holm and coal tar, Mr Ower bad specified the former material in bhe repair of a bridge, and Or Ross ob jected that, besides being much cheaper, coal tar was infinitely super ior for the purpose. Mr Ower, in reply, stated that it was the common practice in fonrof the five Aus'ralian Srafces to use Stockholm tar, and insisted that for the purpose he hsd specified the best material, The council accepted a tender on the specifications as they stood, and Cr Ross intimated his intent ion of resign ing from the council. At the close of the meeting he handed in his resignation, and despite the appeals of some of the councillors, persisted in his determination. ' He said tlrs was not the first time the engineer had ignored his opinion, and he would not attend meetings ard see money w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 December 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Methodist Chuhch.—Services next Sunday are aa follow Numurkah 11, Wunghnu 7.30, Cougupna "West 3, Rev Hiatt; Numurkah 7 30, Baulkamaugh Stfi 3,Waaia 11, Rev Yeo; Wunghnu 11, Rev White; Cobrarn 11 a"d 7.30, Strath merton 3, Rev Lawry; Baulkamaugh 11, Mr Jaffray; Baulkamaugh Sth 7 30, Kaa rimba 3, Mr Betts; NariDg 3, Tyres; Marungill, Mr Roer Dunbartha 3, Band; Koonoomoo 3, Mr Arthur; Katamatite 3, Mr Devenish; Katamatite 7 30, Dun bulbalane 11, Youanmite 3, Rev Taylor) Dunbulbalane 730, Mr Williams; Youa rang 11, Mr Dickie. Churoh of England—For Churoh of England services see church column. PREBYTERRIAN CHURCH PLAN H Ki ^ tZ| " ra O jr* S C# rt O 0J P k c L. Rev, J. A. Lee. A. C. M. Alexander. Presbyterian Church, Nathalia Circuit Services will be held on Sunday next as follows—Nathalia 11.and 7,30, Picola 3, Rev. I Glyn Jones. Church of England—Services will be held on Sunday next as follows— Yalca 11, Narioka 3 Nathalia 7.30, Rector ; Nathalia 11, Mr Bentley, Metho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 December 1914

o\ ro The Pictures are beautiful, and a fund of informative matter is prin ted on the back of each. The demand has already bean so great that we are now quite certain that enough have not been printed to supply all those who will be wanting. — Get yours at once i

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NUMURKAH SHRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, DEC, 8. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 December 1914

NUMURKAH SHRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, DEO, 8. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above wsb hold on Tnesday, when there wero present:—Org Ball (Presi dent), Tuckett, Fnrze, Maloney, Ross, MeiblejohD. Thornton. Campbell, Moss, Gordon, McDonell, Pnrdie. Correspondence. From tho Joint Mnnicipal Tram ways Conference, asking co-operation of council in an effort to preserve the rights of municipalities with regard to ownership of public ntilities estabh'-hed by them.—To stand over for one month. From T. S. Marshall, Chief Officer Country Fire Brigades Board, asking council to frame S by-law making it compulsory for firemen to be present at public entertainments in halls and theatres.—By-law to be framed, motion Crs Furze and Campbell. From Shire of Rochester, re forming a Northern Municipal Association. No action, nution Crs Furze and Campbell, From Shi-e of Warrasrui, asking council to join in protejjJTagainst the Re-distribution of Setffs- Bill, which has for its object the reduction of count...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 December 1914

TENNIS. On Saturday last Katandra journeyed to Naring D p to try conclusions with the looal team, bub were defeated by a large majority. Although only a new team, they played very well, and there are Borne promising players among them if they would only put a bit more heart into it. Katandra were without the assistance of one of their best players, who had the misfortune to get a fall off a a horse a few days previous. Altogether a very pleasant afternoon was spent. The ladies in their usual style provided after noon tea for the visitors, and it was very much appreciated by all present. The following are the scores— Messrs J. Jones and MoRurney (N) beat Messrs K. Tate and D, Cbilcott (K), 6—3 Messrs 6. and M. Lynch (N) beat Messrs M Jeffery and M. O'Dwyer (K), 6—1. Misses Nelson (N) beat Misses MoLen nan and Tate (K). 6—1. Messrs S. Carnie and W. A. Donald (N) beat Messrs J. McDougall and D. McOrabb (K), 6—3. Misses C. Morris and L Lynch (N) beat Misses MoLennan and K. Tate (K), 6-3...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NUMURKAH WATER TRUST. TUESDAY, DEC. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 December 1914

NUMURKAH WATER TRUST. TUESDAY, DEO. 8. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday lost, when the following were present : — Ooms Moss (chairman), Tnckott, Farze, Campbell, Th.-rnton, Gordon, Pttrdie, McDonell, Meiklejohn, Ross and Moloney. Correspondence. From Railway Department, in further reference to water charges at stations, and stating that it was considered that the rates proposed were still too high. —Com Furze movei that 2s per 1000 gallons re charged at Nathalia.—Sec onded by Com Tuckett and carried.— Com Meiklejohn moved that the rate at Strathmerton be maintained as at present,—Seconded by Com Thornton and carried. From Darby Bros., re rent charged for water meters, asking if it was pos sible to pnrchase these.—Com Camp bell moved that meters be sold where desired —Seconded by Com Tuckctt and carried. From A.N,A. Board of Directors, stating that a depu'ation wonld wait on the Minister for Water Snpply on Wednesday, December 16, to urge the immediate ca...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A PROFITABLE DEAL. HEALTH BOUGHT FOR £1 BY A MAN WHO WAS AFRAID TO EAT. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 December 1914

A PROFITABLE DEAL, 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 yon good health for a sovereign, yon wonld jump at the chsnce of making a deal. And when von had carried it throngh, you would con gratulate yourself on having made the best bargain of your life. It is worth something, isn't it, to have an appetite with an edge on it like a razor ? Fet there are thousands whose bodies are crying out for food, who sit down to meals in constant dread of the pains of indigestion. So they simply toy with the good things on their plates, when the knife and fork should ply with gusto. Act on the same faith in the tonic properties of Mother Seigel's Syrup as did Mr Henry Jenkins, »' Taree," Camcen Haven, New South Wales, and you can tackle your food without the fear of pain afterwards '■ For some years," he writes under date of February 24th, 1914. " I suf fered from stomach tronbles, which ofteu caused the m...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Independent Order of Oddfellows. VISIT OF GRAND MASTER TO NUMURKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 December 1914

Independent Order of Oddfellows. VISIT OF GRAND MASTER TO NUMURKAH. A visit by tlm Grand Master of thel.O.O.F, Bro. W. DyMVlorgan, was paid to the Ridgfey Lodge, Namurkab, on Monday night, when he installed the various officers for the ensuing term of office. The Grand Master was welcomed with the honours of the Order on entering the lodge room by the acting N.G. and members, and in a few well ohosen words the Acting N.G. Bro. 0. Selieck welcomed the Grand Master to Namurkah, and who (on invitation) ace pted the chair. One proposition of membership was re ceived. The Grand Master, assisted by D.D.G.M. Bro J. Coxon, Grand Marshall Bro. S. Oallander, and Grand Warden Bro John Macpher son, then proceeded with bhe instal lation of officers, which resulted as follows: — Noble Grand, Bro John Macpher son ; vioe-Qrand, Bro John Adams; secretary, Bro J Coxon ; treasurer, Bro C. Selieck ; R S to N.G. Bro J. McOoy ; L S to N. G, Bro H. Wil liams; R.S to V.G. Bro C. Selieck ; L,S to V.G, Bro N...

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Hints to Friendly Readers. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 December 1914

Hints to Friendiy Readers, Don't lend yonr paper to any person who oan afford to become a subscriber bnt is too mean to support local en terprise. If yon don't ndvevtiso in it, try and indnoo them to do so.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Muckatah Football Club's Social. PRSENTATION OF MEDALS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 11 December 1914

Muckatah Football Club's Social. PRSENTATION OF MEDALS. The Muckabah football club gave a social, and presentation of medals, to the players on Friday night, in the Katamatite Hall. The event was to wind up the season. Mr J. Bradstreet, in a neat speech, said although Muckatah are not premiers, for this season, the presentation of medals was for the seas-ma /1910, 1911, and 1912. Owing to the nil financial position of the clnb.in those seasons the medals h»d to done with out but bbis season the club was in a gocd financial position, so each player would be given a medal. Mnokatah always played a good honest game of football and to be good footballers they mnst lend good clean respectable lives. That is why Mnokatah is a good football team. He believed every football player in the association was a re spectable fellow. Mr Tom Leavey said although he was captain of the club, he was not bhere to offer any excuses, or regrets, that they were defeated for the premiership. They had been b...

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POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

POSITION OP CLUBS. ts a <9 e? a ■+3 a g 5 £ o Hi Ut o 'o P-i Wunghnu 6 5 0 1 22 Drumanure 6 3 1 2 16 Numurkah 5 3 1 1 14 Tallygaroopna 6 2 2 ■ 2 12 Touanmifce 5 1 I 3 10 Naring Dip 6 1 4 1 6 Muckatah 6 0 6 0 0 Oue of fhe most carious of the many remarkable letters received by the con ductors of the Sydney Chamber of Commerce War Food Fund was deliv ered by Saturday morning's post. It came from a small township on the South Coast. Among other things, the writer, a farmer said :—"I s«en by the papers a lot of farmers giving to your fund. I would like to do the same, only I can't. We get £62 saved up, but the missus wants it for a piano for the kids, and I can't budge her. When she makes np her mind you conldn't shift her with a crowbar. So that's how I can't send anything, like ~—and my neigh bours done. Do you think music is good for kids that are going to be farm- j ers ? I don't see how it will help them with the milking any. I read in a book once about a man getting a d...

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