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YOU ANMITE v. MUCRATAH. MUCKATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

YOU AN MITE v. MUCRATAH. Muckatae. J. Tait, b J. Olnrey, 20 ; J. Brad street, b Tidd, 0 ; J. Parnell, c W, Olurey b J. Clurey, 4 ; P. Parnell, b J. Olurey, 9 ; M. Parnell, ran out, 2 ; P. Rowe, b M. Olurey, 4 ; W. Kilfeder, b Tldd, 11; W. Rowe, b Tidd, 3 ; T, Salmon, st Gonlding b M. Clurey, 0 ; A. M'Lean, b M. Olurey, 0; L. i M'Oabe, not out, 2 ; sundries 3 ; total, 58. Bowling J. Olurey, 3 for 27 ; J. Tidd, 4 for 18 ; M- Clurey, 3 for 10. Youajoiite. J. Tidd, c M'Lean b F. Rowe, 20 ; J. Olurey, retired hurt, 2 ; H. Gould ing, not out, 91 : M. Olurey, b J. Par dell, 4 ; P. Dunne, b J. Parnell, 3 ; W. Clurey, b J. Parnell, 13; G. Spriggs, st Kilfeder b J. Parnell, 7 ; D. Olurey, run out, 2 ; 0. Shlels, b F. Rowe, 15 ; J, Collier, c J. Parnell b P. Parnell, 1 ; F. Spriggs, b P, Parnell 0 ; sundries, 6 ; total, 164. Bowling :—M. Parnell, 0 for 39 ; F. Rowe, 1 for 53 ; J. Parnell, 4 for 38 ; T, Salmon, 0 for 14 : P, Parnell, 2 for 1.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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WUNGHNU v. NARING DIP. WUNGHNU. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

WUNGHNU v. NABING DIP. WETNGHNU. Pinchbeck, b Fretwell — — 54 C. Dudley, b Fretwell — — 2 P. Bourke, b Donald — — 23 Taylor, l.b.w., b Fretwell — — 24 W. Q linn, b Donald — — 7 Andereon, b Fretwell — — 1 D. Quinn, run out — — 6 Jeffrey, b Donald — — — 0 Jack Bourke, b Fretwell — — 6 G. Dudley, b Fretwell — — 0 Jaa Bourke, not out — — 8 Sundries — — — 6 Toijal — — —167 Bowling : Gray 0 for 27, Fretweff 6 for 31, W. Donald 3 for 35, Lynch 0 for 11, McLeod 0 for 23, MoBurnie 0 for 35, NAKING DIP. W, Donald, b P, Bourke — — 1 McLeod, c Dudley, b Quinn — 30 Gray, c G. Dudley, b J Bourke — 6 G. Lynch, b J. Bourke •— — 2 McBurnie, c J. Bourke, b P. Bourke— 1 Carnie, c and b P. Bourke — — 0 W. A- Donald, c P, Bourke, b G Dudley 1 Fretwell, b G. Dudley — — 4 M. Lynch, b G. Dudley — — 0 "W. Lynch, b G. Dudley — — 0 Patriok, not out — — — 0 Sundries — — — 2 Total — — — 48 G. Dudley 4 for 17, P. Bourke 3 for 12, JaB Bourke 2 for 15, D. Qainu 1 for 2.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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CRICKET. DRUMANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

CRiCkET. DUUSUKUHE, Kennedy, c Hargreaves, b Smith — 43 Thomas, b Hargreaves — — 6 Gordon, o Hargreaves, b Kittson — 2 W. Crozier, run out — — 1 Ad. Gray, o and b Hargreaves — 0 Allan Gray, b Staggard — — 14 J. Crozier, l.b.w., b Smith — — 4 McKenzie, b Oates — — 36 J. Tyres, c Marshall, b Tyres — 9 I. Tyres, not out — — — 7 Sullivan, not out — — — 8 I Sundries — — — 11 * Total — — —141 Bowling : Kittson 1 for 14, Hargreaves 3 for 31, Marshall 0 for 9, Fowler 0 for 11, Warne-Smith 2 for 17, Staggard 1 for 29, Oates 1 for 3. XUilUIlKAH. Warne-Smith, b Allan Gray — 0 Hargreaves, c Gordon, b Kennedy — 15 Campbell, b Allan Gray — — 4 Fowler, stpd, b Allan Gray — — Marshall, not out — — — 0 Sutcliffe, b J. Crozier — — 3 Kittson, b J. Crozier — — 0 Staggard, not out — — — 1 Sundries — — — 2 Total (for 6 wiokets) — 31 Bowling ; Allan Gray 8 for 10, Ken nedy 1 for 19, J. Crozier 2 for 1, Ad Gray 0 for 0

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Licensing Courts. MONDAY. DECEMBER 14, (Before Messrs R. Knight, chairman, A. Kelley and W. W. Harris, P.M's.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

Licensing- Courts. MONDAY. DECEMBER 14, (Before Measrs R. Knight, chairman, A. Kelley and W. W. Harris, P.M's.) cl The animal sitbings of the licen sing courts for the licensing dis tricta of Numurkah and Kabamatite were held at the Numurkah court house on Monday, when the following cases were dealt with— NUMURKAH DISTRICT. TRANSEKRS. The transfer of the Victoria Hotel, Katanga, from P. Thorpe to Mrs E. Crawford, was granted. 0. H. Maloney secured the trans fer of the Bat mill Hotel license from W. T, Maloney. Mr P, Deane (Messrs Morrissy and Deane) appeared for the appli cants in each case. RENEWALS. Bridge Hotel, Nathalxa (Ellen Gray), £130. Commercial Hotel, Kotupna (Elizabeth Winch), £35. Court House Hote1, Nathalia (Otto H. Hardefeldt), £155. Cumberland Hotel, Wunghnu (Louisa E. Heath), £100. Farmer's Arms Hotel, Numurkah (Matilda A. Eddy), £168. Globe Hotel, Numurkah (Lucy N. Brennan), £60. Nathalia Hotel, Nathalia (Pauline Patobell), £190 Numurkah Hotel, Numurkah (Alexander W...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

THE RAINFALL. The following is the rainfall as regis tered at theNumnrkah gauge from 1880 II 2Ij 68'II 68'II PS'ZZ 09II ll'fl 02*21 81-01 09-11 96-91 OO'II Sl*8I 96'SI 8l'8I 29-11 60'9S 68'8I 29-81 2l'IS 2S'6I 99'8S 19*01 81 0 s r •I £8'0 fO'O S8'0 88*6 OS'S iro 18-0 ' 88*0 08-0 S 9'0 SI I OI'S 96-0 8 f'O oro 88-1 ZO'O 28*1 jaqraooagr zr 61" I 9LZ f0'0 29' 0 20'I 8S"0 08-0 18*0 56-1 S2'0 OfO 26'0 — IS'O fz'z OZ'Z 69-1 29-1 2FS 69-0 jaqtaaAOjq 89 0 £Z1 98 lo~£ 991 9I"S 69'I OS'I 92*1 88-0 86"0 81-1 86*0 — 06-0 91*9 89-1 08'S 88-1 19-1 fO'Z 88-0 joqo^oo 10 I izz 89 62'Z 0 VI 68-0 10'8 S2'0 89*1 so-i oro 68-0 90-1 98*1 88-0 80-I 89'S WI 990 I9-0 SI'S orz jaqraajdag 86 Z 68*1 OZ'i £9'Z 99'0 OO'S 18*0 690 02'I so-s 8Z'I 88*1 92'8 29'0 88-1 WZ 91*1 09'8 on Z91 99-8 6ro ijBnSny 93 I 69' 81'I £81 wz zrz I8'I WO 82-1 IZ'I 6S'0: en I9'I 09'0 IS'O 80'Z Ifl 88-1 98'Z ZO'S sro 08'0 ? 91 Z L'Z 69'0 £9*1 SOI 9Z1 OS'S 9FI oo-i 20'S 90'8 89-8 8I-S I9'I 9S"l IZ'8 I9'I IS'I ors 96-8 6re WO annp 9fi Z ...

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Licenses Reduction Board To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

Licenses Reduction Board To ths Editor. Fir,—I desire, in the first place, to thank yon for the full publicity yon gave my letter on December II, It is, as yon say, eminently desirable that we should hear both sides. Your com ments on my letter raises questions from various aspects, questions which space forbids an adequate reply to in this lette: ; I hope to deal with them all in pamphlet form later. 1 shall content myself with further pointing out to your readers the conditions on which the re-appointment of the Licen ses Reduction Beard is sought. 1. The liquor trade.—The " Argus" and the " Age" advocate the re-ap pointment of the Board after Dec. 31, 1916, with added powers, i.e., power to grant licenses where none are at present, or further licenses in localities where there are now fewer than the statutory number; such an appointment to deprive us of local option, which comes into operation from January 1st 1917: to deprive us of the right to say wheths • licenses shall contin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

o If you want' a For Xmas. Its a pity to delsy nntll the last minute and then to meet the disappointing fact that yon are crowded onb until after the holidays, just because yon didn't put on a little more pace. So HURRY NOW ! Sail or Send for McPhcrson's Patterns. In New Summer Greys, Browns, and Blues they are th<* very materials local men like, and when tailored iu faultless McPHERSON style make the best suit ever worn In Numurkah. BE LOYAL TO YOUR TOWN. Keep your business iu Your Own Town. Don't send it to the Oity Factories. See also Latest Hats,Shlrts, Underwear, Etc. #■&. liayri\Js Fxpert Tailor. Outfitter, Site, NUMURKAH, A KODAK is always a Safe Choice at times of present giving. It is fo much more than the merely decorative and ornamental, and there is nothing commonplace about it. All Sizes obtainable at Quenther's, Prices f.-om 5s upwards. Sponges. Best Honeycomb. Make usefol presents. Price from Is up to 12e6deach. One of these Sponges w II last at lea...

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The Late Mrs Crawford. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

The Late Mrs Crawford. The following verses appeared in the Rochester "Irrigator" and have refer ence to the late Mrs Crawford, mother of Mrs F. G. Sleep, Numurkah :— Departed from this world of care ; Departed to a higher air ; Rejoicing now with angels there— This friend of mine. While here on earth ahe played her part, And to her charges did impart The kindly feelings of her heart, Nor did repine. Her charity—God's greatest gift— To many sonls that were adrift, With faith and hope she did nplift, Nor courted praise. And thus she wrought from day to day; Performed her task in wisdom's way ; Nor from her duty e'er would stray Throughout her days. Full oft she taught me to admire The truths the Bible did inspire, That breathed out forth celestial fire Through every page. In pnre converse she loved to dwell On Austral scenes, and would me tell Of rural nature she loved so well From early age. But now, alas ! her pulsating heart Hath ceased to beat, and act its part; And whose great s...

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The Nathalia Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

The Nathalia Fire Brigade. The annnal meeting of the above brigade was held at the residence of the President (Mr H. M, Mnntz, J.P-), who, with his brother, Captain J. M. Mnntz, make the annual function into a very pleasant social evening. There was a large attendance of members. The balance-sheet showed that the receipts from varions sources were £173 13s, and that a sum of £70 was in hand to go towards the erection of a new fire station, which it is hoped the brigade will be able to take in band next year, The auditors' report com plimented the secretary (Mr G. Grin ter) on his work. In presenting the trophies presented by members of the brigade, Captain Mnntz said the mem bers had all done well at the fire bri gades' demonstration and generally their attendances had been good. There had been three calls for fires during the year and the fireman had been qnickiy on the scene and bnt little damage had resulted. In fact all fires during the last three years had been stopped. The tro...

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The Numurkah Leader ESTABLISHED 1895. Published Friday.: One Penny. 'PHONE 34. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

TTte Established 1895. Published Friday. : Oue Penny. | 'Phone 34. : Friday Morning, December 18, 1914 A very old and highly-respected re sident of the district, la Mr Daniel Gleeson, died at Albert Fark on San day last. The old gentleman—he was 89 years of age—was taken ill a short time ago and gradually a^nk. He leaves a rnncb-respe'cted family of six sons and two daughters to monrn his loss, and to them and the bereaved widow sincere sympathy has been ex tended. Report Nathalia electric light open ing held over to our next. We would again draw attention to the faot that next week's issue of the "Leader'' will be published on Thurs day afternoon next (Xmas Eve) and that there will be no publication on New Tear's Day, the first issue for the New Year being on Friday, January 8. Advertisers and correspondents are asked to forward matter intended for Insertion on Thursday not later than 2 pm. that day. A steady demand, as is usual, has been experienced for the Robur tea calendars, wh...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

NEWS AND NOTES. The Eev. F. TV. TVray, of Rushworth, has been appointed by the Archbishop Chaplain to the Second Expeditionary Force. Major TVray served as Chaplain to the Australian Contingents in the South African TVar. Our Reotor has de clined the locum tenency of Rushworth. Master Harry Corlett has b9en very successful with his collecting card for the Austin Hospital. CHRISTMAS SERVICES. — Numur-. kah, HOLY COMMUNION 7.30 a.m. and II a.m. TYunghnu, HOLY COM MUNION, 9 a.m ; Strathinorton 3 p.m j Katanga 7.30 p.m. (Evensong,) Strath m9rton Christmas COMMUNION on 27th at II a.m. The Rector has boon appointed ex aminer in the Intermediate section in the Diocesan Sunday Sohool Annual Examin ation this year. There will he no evening Christmas Service at Numurkab, hut one is arranged for Katanga at 7 30 p m. CONFIRMATION.—December (3th, at Numurkah (St. George's)—Hannah Block, Hazel May Borland, Margaret Jane Cattanacb, Alice Dorothy Draper, Eileen Dolohin, Olive -Mary Farrands. France...

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TO THE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

TO THE CHILDREN. Message to the Children from the Koctor.—Children have you read that some kind American people are sending a big ship full of Christmas toys—about a million altogether—to little children whose fathers have been killed in the. war ? Even the little Germans will get some of them. Many of them are too young to know where 'Daddy has gone,' and they would miss the gifts of good "Santa Claua" if it were not for the kind thoughts of our American friends, who are determined that the cruel war will not be felt so muoh by the poor little fatherless innocents. Children, it is a lesson in thoughtfulness and generosity. Now will you try to be unselfish at Christmas ? Don't be satisfied with re ceiving presents. Send old Santa Claus if you can with a heavy load and a light heart to the places where little orphans live. Do you think you can each give a toy and bring them to me and we'll find —not a big ship—but a big box to put them ali in and old Santa will take them all with ple...

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulatious it includes Papua Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

POOTA5. RATtS Ais'O KSCULATiOKJ [Wliere tie term "Tlie Commoa wealth" is used iu connection with ties* pateg and regulatious it includes Papua Herd Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTEKS. Mot every J ounce or fraction thereof. rcar delivery within the Common W"©aJtli 01 For delivery in the British Em I»re 0 l For delivery iD the New Hebrides', Banks, and Torres Islands .. 0 3 For delivery in other places .... 0 2, LETTER CARLS. Tor delivery within the Commonwealth •eact; r^ply> 1<L half for delivery m the British Empire (ce , of places under "Letters5')—Sin id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Banks and Torres Islands—Single, 3d. each %d £chy ^ 0tlVOr Singh) 'post CALLS. Sangle Postcards impressed with th id. stamp, and Reply 0r double cards each half of which has the Id. etami impressed thereon, may be transmitted to places within the Commonwealth, an* Ht irOEe„ P^ces, enumerated unde] Letters, to which letters may b( transmitted at the rate of Id. per loz lneee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

You will not get better SUITED Reason No. I—"We have no Expense at all in onr Tailoring Department. Reason No. 2—We carry no Dead Stock. Reason No. 3—We allow tlie big Woollen Merchant and Wholesale Tailor to hold the Stock and simply carry their samples, representing an immense variety of cloths. We just take the measures--they do the rest. Reason No -4—You have the immense stock of a Warehouse at your disposal to select from. Reason No. 5.—We pass all of the advantages on to YOU. Reason No. 6.~You must never expect to get £1 value for 20s spent with the City Tailor's Travelling Representative, as he wastes nearly half in expenses—hotel, travelling, salary, incidentals, etc, Why not pocket that amount yourself. You do it when you order from us. Reason No, 7.—Not only in the saving of your good money, but you reap the benefits also in the materials which are all fresh from the Mills Reason No. 8—No out-of-date shop worn stuffs in our suits. Reason No. 9—The Trimmings, Linings, Butto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

Adaifflsosi, StreMle Si Co, Stock Salesmen, VICTORIA HORSE BAZAAR, BBmarike St.. MolEsoasrito CONDUCT SALES as follows:— HORSES—Every Tuesday. Wednesday, and Thursday at their Bazaar. AT NEWMARKET— 8heep«-TUESDAYS Pat Oattle—WEDNESDAYS AT CORPORATION MARKET— Pigs and Oalvea—WED. & THURS. Dairy and Store Oattle FRIDAYS. OLRARING-OUT SALES A SPECIALTY PORE STOOK SALESMEN. FARMS FOR SALE and TO-LET, All Diotricts. TRUST MONIES TO LEND—WEEKLY RATES, SWORN VALUATIONS MADE. Send Particulars oil your Requirements. QUALITY Every buyer of a Piano should carefully consider the question of Quality. The Tone, the Durability, and ArtiSlic Quality of "Allan's" Pianos are beyond compare because they are made by the World's Leading Makers— BECHSTEiN, LI PR, ECKE, FEUR1CH, THURMER THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO BETTER VALUE OBTAINABLE IN AUSTRALIA MAV BE PURCHASED BV I FULL VALUE ALLOWED FOR VOUR EASY INSTALMENTS I OLD PIANO IN PART PAYMENT L „ ^ MELBOURNE v ^ ^ BEttptGO Ldn, REGftlESth 05O— To-? TT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

HI ......... , >>09 S'ffSXDM AMBD SIPAITE^ig AQISRIirs, Bourke Street, MELBOURNE, Conduct Sales as ander— At Newmarket.—Fat Oattle and Calves, Wednesdays. At Corporation Yards, top of Ellsa beth St.—Pork and Store Plge and Calves, Wednesdays ; Bacon and Barkfatters, Thursdays. Dairy and Store Cattle, Fridays, Clearing Sales as Arranged. Correspondence invited. Jno. Gumming, Katnnga, wll Order and Consign Tracks. FEAKbOH, HOWE, SMITH aM 00.. 46 Bourke St«, Melbourne gtt©eEs QHidi StL«afl;il©ia &gj©Eate9 SHEEP & OATTLE SALESMEN All Stock classed and sold by as ander personal supervision of principal Properties sold privately or by auotion Trust Moneys to lend at Lowest Rates Interes Pi O N E J§£ s- > -"J. \ ^'Ifl. {AIM-^7 Ui3.^s «tf , wjm'r * »T ~;^M\»ii\. SHl t m dSMA 5 W IlPuUfglg 1IF m I E rsa*»" f van (1) Santa is having a trying time this year. He cannot get all the toys ho wants through the war, so he is distributing large quantities of FASH IONABLE and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

ON THE VERGE. MANY A ONE BROUGHT BACK FROM THE BRINK. There are critical times in onr lives when it seems afl if we must let go. But we cling to life with wonderful tenacity. Many diseases are very de pressing in their worst stages, and we get to the very brink sometimes ; yet the hope of survival is great. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills have brought back many from the verge and given them a new lease of life. The follow ing case should be of interest. Read it, Mr J. Morris, Stewart-street, Sbep parton, says:—"I am a brioklayer,! and so have a lot of stooping to do, and, in consequence have had a good deal of trouble with my back. It always seemed to be aching, and every ! cold I canght settled in my kidneys, and increased my suffering, I used many remedies and linamenbs, but nothing gave me ease, the backache got worse in spite of treatment. Even tually I got so bad that I was confined to my bed for three weeks. A friend advised me to use Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and I sent for ...

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MEETINGS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

MEETINGS, ETC. Monday, 14th—Yeatry Meeting, Nu rnnrkah, S p.m. Wednesday, 16th—Rector at Mywee and Strathmerton. Preparation First Communion, St. Aidan's, 7.30 p m. Meet ing Pete S.30. Thursday, 17th—Choir Practice, Nu murkah, S p.m. Friday, 10th, and Tuesday, 22nd—War Litany S.30 a.m. January 3rd—Day of HUMILIATION and PRAYER all over the world—WAR. HYMNS for next Sunday (4th Sun day in Advent)—353 ; Litany, 464, 193, 46, 4S, 49, 52 ; Christmas Hymns,-59, 60, 61 ; and Carols. Medita'ion this week—1 Cor. 4, vv 1-6.

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Numurkah Public Park. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

Numurkah Public Park. There was a gooa attendance of mem bers at the last meeting of the oommittee of management of the Numurkah Public Park. A. letter was read from the Lands Department, asking the committee to draw np a set of regulations for the oon trol of the park, and a sub-committee was appointed to go into the matter, and present a draft of rules to the nexb meet ing. It was also decided to ask the Department to alter the purpose for whioh the ground was reserved to "park and recreation purposes." When this is done, the committee will have full power to make charges of admission to sports, eto., held in the park. Permission wsb given to Mr G. Stag gard to use a boat on the creek. The Shirs Council 1b to be approached with the request that they fence in the common from the WuDghnn bridge to MeDonald-street. Steps are to be taken to have the dead timber and trees removed from the creek, and in connection with this matter Mr Guenther, the hon. secretary, will be pleased to hear...

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Church of England Chronicle (Edited for the members find adherents of the Church in the Parochial district of Numurkah.) Rector, Rev S. W. Williamson, ThL. Plan of Church Services for December. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 18 December 1914

Church of England Chronicle (Edited tor tho members find adherents of the Church in tho Parochial district of Numurkah.) Eocfcor, Kev S. W, Williamson, ThL. Plan of Church Services for December. 6 13 20 27 NUMURKAH eR MR eR eR S.S. 2.30 p.m eD STR'THM'T'N MR aR mR MR S.S. 10 a.m. WUNGHNU — eR — aR S.S. 2 p.m. KATUNGA — ? aR — 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 Snnday-Bohool, E for Eector, D for Mr Davis. The Rector deaires that immediate notice be given of all cases of serious illness. Marriages—By appointment (except in Lent). To avoid possible inconvenience, the Rector desires early notification. Rector visits State Schools—Tuesday, Numurkah (weekly), 9.15; Wednesday, Invorgordon and Mywee, 9.15 ; Thursday, Wunghnu, 9.15 ; Strathmerton, 3.30 p.m, (all fortnightly).

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