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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

SERIOUS CHANCES. ARE TAKEN IN NEGLECTING A SIMPLE CASE OF PILES. Any person take9 serious cbances in neglecting an attach of Piles. This ailment lias a tendency to become chronic, and there is also danger of ulceration and forming of fistula, both very difficult to cure. The safest re medy for any form of Piles, whether Itching or Protruding, is Doan's Oint [ ment. It causes no detention from daily occopation, and the many cures made by it have made it famous in 1 every corner of the world. It enjoys I a greater demand, and more enthusi astic popularity than any other Piles remedy over placed on the market. Mr A Armstrong, Saddler, Saxton Street, Numnrkah, says;—"For three years t suffered from Itching Piles, the irritation at times being almost un bearable. I spent a lot of mmey on Piles remedies, hoping to get relief, but nothing I got seemed to bo able to ease my suffering. One day I read j of cures effected by Doan's Ointment, so made up my mind to give it a trial. I mentioned t...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. VEGETABLES FOR THE NAVY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

Correspondence. We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents. VEGETABLES FOR THE NAVY. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—My Committee think it pos sible bhat some of your fruit pro ducers and exporters may feel dis posed to contribute some fresh or preserved fruib to this Organisation (which is approved by the Admiralty and War Office) for distribution amongsb the warships of H.M. Fleet) in the North Sea. I am, therefore, directed to bring the enclosed brief particulars of my committee's objects under your notice in the hope that our work will have your sympathy and approval, and that you may be so kind as to give the enclosed par ticulars some publioiby in your columns in order that our objects may be brought under the notice of likely contributors. Wish the recognition and support of the Admiralty and War Office, the Vegetable Products Commibtee has been formed with the following ob jects :— (1) To collect and deliver fresh fruit and vege able?, jams, preserves, et...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

Local and General. Ab a well attended meeting of the j Park committee on Friday evening last it was decided to hold water sports on ' Saturday, January 16. A novel pro gramme will be presented, fall particu lars of which will be given later, A | promenade concert and display of fire | works will occupy the evening. Mr L. L. Paterson, veterinary sur geon, desires to notify thab during his ab°ence in Europe with the Australian Expeditionary Force his practice in Numnrkah will be attended to by a fully qualified veterinary surgeon, and stock-owners need have no hesitation In entrusting their animals to him. Letters, telegrams, and telephone mes sages will be promptly attended to as usual.—Advt. The following is an addition to the list already published of pupils In this ■ Inspectorial district, who have won Merit and Qualifying certificates : — I Nathalia.—Merit: Baden Hutchens, i Henry Hawker, James Muir, Nelson Faize, Philip Fraher, Herbert Know les, Jeanette Silling, Grace Tobias, L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

Morrissy and Deane Barristers and Solicitors, Melville Street, Numurkcfa. 40 QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE And Nathalla.N agamble and Dookle. D. C MORRISON B.A., L.L.B. BARRISTER and SOLICITOR, NUMURKAH, £T Also as Tatuba and Kyabbam. Trasb Moneys bo Lend frotn 4 per oenb Mr H, J. PEARS Ql? RECORDED BY VICTORIAN DENTAL BOARD. MELVILLE STREET, NDMDF KAF. Visits— NATHALIA (Next 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. Painless Extractions of Teeth. Fillings in Gold, Amalgam, Cement and Porcelain. Orowr. and Bridge work, Continuout: Gum and Vulcante Dentures. Plates Repaired in Six Hours TheNumurkah Hotel Melville Street (next Mechanics'.) THIS Fatatial and Commodious Hotel has recently been erected at great expense, and has been fnrnisheo in the most np-to-date manner, and is the best equipped hotel ontside Mel bourne. The Accommodation is of the best, and the quality of th...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. [Prom Our Own Correspondent] NATHALIA. Oar boys—good laok to their spirit are still enlisting for the war. Dar ing the last few days Messrs King Hooper, Gordon Neeld and Phil Ball have passed the local medical examin ations and have proceeded to Broad meadows. Ib has been thonght by some that the par in last issne relating to a quick rido on a motor bike was a reflection on the fire brigade in the matter of smartness. It may be mentioned that members of the brigade had the fire hose on to the blaze in a very few minates after the alarm was given. There is a feeling of relief in regard to the r iofall. It is felt that it is a forernnner of more to follow at an early date, and that the back of the drought is broken. It requires at least two inches more to promote the growth of fodder. For this we ever pray.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

NUMURKAH ifll , (In aid of Park Funds.) JAN. 1$, '15. IN PARK RESERVE. Afternoon—Water Revels, fast and furious. Evening—Gorgeous Dis play of Fireworks and Concert. See Posters and Programmes, C. T. Trengrove, F. H. Tu thill, Manager Secretary. Open«Air : Theatre. PICTURES EACH FRIDAY NIGHT. XMAS EVE, December 24th— Bpeoial Drama. XMAS NIGHT, 25th December— Special Selected Programme, SATURDAY, 2nd January—Star Pictures. Admission—Is and 6d. ECHUCA OHR1SMAS and BOXING DAY Athletic Carnival. DECEMBER 25th and 26th. Record Entries for All Events. Footracing, Cycling, Woodchop ping, Highland Dancing. Special engagement Highland Pipers Band,, and Echuca Rangers Brass Band, Brilliant Display of Fireworks. SPECIAL TRAINS All lines Boxing Morning, returning same night. Cheap Fares, Notice to Farmers. WHEAT Cleaned and Graded for seed. A trial solicited. For price, etc., appply JOSEPH GRANT, Marnngi P.O. g mmh r. T Department of Public Works. Melbourne, 14th December, 1914. LENDERS will be ...

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BOGGY CREEK, MOYHU, [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

BOGGY CREEK, MOYHU, Hay making around here ia jnsfc nbont completed, and the harvest is the lighest they have had for many veara ; in fact, it ia next to a dronght. Very few will be able to obtain moro than enough for themselves. Take, for instance, the Hansen Batter Fac tory. In normal years the onput for this time of the year is jaat on 12 tors of butter per week ; this year it is down to fonr tons, and every wi jk much lower. Further up the Boggy Creek two inches of rain has taken and the grass is becoming nice i id green. The folk here are busy so* ig maiza, millet and broom com for wic r feed. The flats are well adapted or the above named fodder. Heps a'10 receive some attention. It is quit, novelty to see them. The growth ia very fast ; nothing for them to g ow 15 to 20 feet in 6 weeks. The wires are run along the top of them about 15 feet high, and the hops run up on strings and very soon become a regular network. A very heavy wind storm, accom panied by rain, passed over her...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

NEWS AND NOTES. Supplement Subscription received ainoe last issue:—Mr L. E. Tally 1/. In response to the appeal made by the Eector a number of toys have been left by children at the Rectory to be sent to the poor children of Melbourne. The box will be packed to-night at the Rectory at seven o'clock, and up to that hour the smallest contribution in the way of a toy will be gladly reoeived. These may be left either at the Reotory or at Mr Davis's shop. CHRISTMAS SERVICES. — Numnr kali, HOLY COMMUNION 7.30 a.m. and II a.m. Wunghnu, HOLY COM MUNION, 9 a.m'; Strathmerton 3 p.m.; Katunga 7.30 p.m. (Evensong.) Strath merton Christmas COMMUNION on 27th at 11 a.m. Attention is once more directed to the advertisement in another column of the Strathmerton annual New Year's Eve Fete. This popular entertainment is deserving of patronage, and we can con fidently appeal to the general public of Strathmerton and district for support considering that this is the only effort we have made during tho y...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Presbyterian Church — Xtnas Day, Numurkah 10.30 am., Rev. J, A. Lee. Presbyterian Church, Nathalia Circuit Services will be held on Sunday nest as follows—Nathalia 11 and 7.30, Plcola 3, Rev. I Glyn Jones. Church of England - Services will be held on Sunday nest as follows— Yalca II, Narloka 3 Nathalia 7.30, Rector ; Nathalia 11, Mr Bentley. Sunday. 3rd January—Nathalia (n c.) 8 and II, and 7.30, Yaloa 3, Rector; Wakitl 3, Mr Ben ley. Methodist Church, Nathalia Circuit. Services will be held on Sunday as fol lows — Nathalia 11, Kotupna 3, Plcola West 7.30, Mr Taylor ; Yalca South II, Bearii 3, Nathalia 7.30, Kev. W, Clem ens; Yalca 3, Mr Glssson ; Narioka 3, Mr Harding ; Picola North II, Mr Shil cock. Sunday, 3rd January—Nathalia II, Narioka 3, Picola West 7.30, Mr Taylor; Pirola North II, Yalca (S) 3, Nathalia (S) 7.30, Rev. W. Clemens ; Kotupna 3, Er Vale ; Yalca South II, Bearii 3, Mr Shilcock, Reformed Church of England—Ser vices will be conducted as follows:— V...

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EDITORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

EDITORIAL. General von Bernhardi, who more truly than any other writer of his country re presents popular German sentiment, and whose words have more weight there than those of any other statesman, says in his fatuous book "Germany and the next war" (1911) "the efforts direoted towards the abolition of war must not only be termed foolish, but absolutely immoral, and must be stigmatised as unworthy of the human race." In fact two of his chapters are headed respectively "The right to make war" and "The duty to make war." In contrast to this text let us turn our attention to a GREATER ONE Whose advent was heralded by the song that the angels sang "Peace on oarth and good-will among men" and Who said before He lefc this earth "Peace I leave with you, My Peace I give unto you. Let not your heart bo troubled, neither let it be afraid." What does this mean? Does it not mean that there is a peace which passeth all understanding, a peace which may exist even amid the roar of guns upon the ba...

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Hints to Friendly Readers, [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

Hints to Friendly Readers, You want to seo the local paper a successful institution. Talk about it wherever yon go. Don't lend yonr paper to any person who can ogord to become a subscriber but is too moon to support local en terprise. If y<ui don't advertise in it, try and induce them to do so,

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MEETINGS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

MEETINGS, ETC. To-day, 23rd—Preparation First Com munion, St. George's, 7.30 p.m. Choir practice S.45 p.m. Thursday, 24th — Vigil preparation Holy Communion, 7.30 p.m. Friday, 25th—Feast of the Naitivity.—■ For Services see News and Notes. Saturday, 26th—St. Stephen's Day. Sunday next—HOLY COMMUNION, j Numurkab, S a.m. Sunday, Jan 3rd—Day of HUMILIA TION and PEAYER. HYMNS for next Sunday (1st Sun day after Christmas)—62, 63, 177, 203, 292, 299, 306, 307 ; (2nd Sunday after Chriftmaa—St. John E) 528, 592, 512 ; Christmas Day, 59, 60, 61 and Carols ; Litany, 466, 399, 376, 370, 248, 247.

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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

the Rainfall. The following is the rainfall as regis tered at theNumnrkah gauge from 188( II AI| 68"ll 68'II tS'ZZ 09H AI'FI OA'Al 8I'0I 09'II 96'9I OO'fl 21*81 96'SI 81'SI A9'Il 60'9S 68'8I A9'8I Al'IS A2'6I 99'8S I9'0I 81 0 9F •I £8'0 fO'O 28'0 .88*2 02'8 II'O IS'Ov 88'0 08'0 29'0 211 Ol'S 96'0 8F0 OI'O 88" I SO'O 18'I loqmoooQ; zr 61*1 9L'Z lO'O A9'0 AO'I 82'0 08'0 18'0 36'T SA'O OFO A6'0 — IS'O fZ'Z OS'S 69'I A9'I AFS 69'0 JOqtHOAOjsj 89 0 £Z'l 98 AO'S 99'I 9I'S 69'I 02" I 9A'l 88'0 86'0 SI'I 86'0 — 06'0 9f'9 89'I 08'S 88'I I9'I fO'Z 88'0 Jtoqo^oo 10 I IZ'2 89 6 A'8 OFT 68'0 I0'8 SA'O 89'I 20'I OFO 68'0 90't 38'I 88'0 80'I 89'S I9'I 990 I9'0 Sf'Z OFS "• jaqtao^dog 86 2 68'I OS'i £9'Z 99'0 OO'S WO 690 OA'I 8'0'2 8S'I 8'8'T 9A'8 A9'0 88'I n'z 9FI 09'8 03"! S9'I 39'S 6F0 isn3tiy 93 I 69' St'l £8'l wz SFS I8'I I9'0 8 A'I 12'I 62'0 8FI I9'I 09'0 I8'0 80'S in 88'I 98'S S0'8 2F0 08'0 *[nf 9f Z A'S 69'0" £9'I 20"! 92*1 08'2 91'I 00'I AO'S 90'8 89'8 8l'Z I9'I 92'I I2'S I9't IS't 0F8 96'8...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

W W rJ&rnJET^ AHST not get better SUITED than • from our Tail nirgor Suit to Measure Department. Reason No, 1--We have no Expense at all in our Tailoring Department. Reason No. 2—We carry no Dead Stock. Reason No. 3--We allow the 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.fl 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 you;-: good money, but yon reap the benefits also in the materials which are all fresh from the Mills Reason No S--No ont-of-da...

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The Numukah Leader ESTABLISHED 1895. Published Friday.: One Penny. 'PHONE 34. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1914 1 9 1 4. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

Established 1895. Published Friday. One Penny. 'Phoxe 34. Thursday, December 24, 1914 19 14. The year just c'oeing has indeed been a memorable one. Europe, long groaning nnder the curse of militarism, and hardened with a constantly in creasing expenditure on armaments, has at last been plunged into a contest unparalleled in extent and vindictive ness in the annals of humanity. It is not our purpose to recapitulate the various steps that 'ed to this calamity ; nor, indeed, is it necessary that wo should do so, for they are still fresh in the minds of all. It is sufficient to say that this war, which ffi gan on August 4 and is still raging with unabated vi nlence, was mainly due to the supreme arrogance of the German Emperor, though justice oompels the sdmiseion that this most and justly reprobated potentate was not the only one to blame. The war spirit was j abroad amongst the Earopean nations, j each of those now engaged in such deadly strife having for many a day been ready for a s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

ITOMY UPS If you want a Smart Suit For Xmas. kits a pity to delsy nntll the iast minute and then to meet the disappointing fact that yon are crowded oat until after the holidays, just because you didn't put on a little more IPS pace> So HURRr N0W ! Call or Send for Mcpherson's Patterns, ' In New Summer Greys, Browns, and Blues they are the very materials local men like, and when tailored in faultless McPHERSON style make the best suit ever worn in Numurkah. BE LOYAL TO YOUR TOWN. Keep your business in Your Own Towd. Don't send it to theOity Factories. See also Latest Hats.Shirts, Underwear, Etc. A. McPHERSOft, Fxpert Tailor, Out fitter, Ste, NUMURKAH, enltb yffg^JSank of Hustralfa OFFICE SYDNEY uses of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at SUILDINQ, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Townsville, and London, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and -redb issued to any part of the world. Hills negotiated or forwarded for m...

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Church of England Chronicle (Edited for the members and adherents of the Church in the Parochial district of Numurkah.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

Church of England Chronicle (Edited tor the members and adherents of the Church in the Parochial district of Numurkah,) Rector, Kev S. W. Williamson, ThL. Plan of Church Services for December and January. 13 20 27 3 NUMURKAH MR eR eR eR S.S. 2.30 p.m eD STR'THM'T'N aB mE MR m R S.S. 10 a.m. WUNGHNU eR — aR — S.S. 2 p.m. KATUNGA ? aB — aB 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 Rector, D for Mr Davis. The Eector desires that immediate notice bo given of all cases o£ serious illness. Marriages—By appointment (except in Lent). To avoid possible inconvenience, the Eector deBires early notification. Hector visits State Sohools—Tuesday, Numurkah (weekly), 9.15; Wednesday, Invergordon and Mywee, 9.15 ; Thursday, Wunghnu, 9.15 ; Strathmerton, 3.30 p.m, (all fortnightly).

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Electric Light at Nathalia. OPENING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

Electric Light at Nathaiia. OPENING CEREMONY. Oa Thursday 10th inst, another notch was cat m the stick marking the pro gress of the town. For some months past councillors, engineers, contractors and baiJders have been busy over a scheme for the supply 0f electric light for the town and incidentally to find power for supplying the water service. lUe work of these various folk found frmtion on Thursday evening, when, at the power house, where a large and interested crowd had assembled, Mrs Ball, wife of Cr Jas, Ball, Shire Presi- 1 dent, cat the connecting ribbon neces- i Bary to pat the electric current in ' motion, and, as it were, in the twinkl ing of an eye the town was lit by electricity, which had a brilliant and dazzling effect. The President made a brief address and after curious folk had had a good look over the works and expressed satisfaction at the up to-date and workmanlike look of things generally, an adjournment was made to the Public Qall, where a fine spread had been ...

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The Numurkah Public Park. WATER SPORTS ARRANGED. TO BE MADE AN ANNUAL FIXTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

The Numurkah Public Park. WATER SPORTS ARRANGED. TO BE MADE AN ANNUAL .FIXTURE. A moating oi the committee of management of the Numurkah Pub lic Park win held on Friday night. There was a good attendance, with Mr H. J. Gler.t y, J.P,, in Abe ohair. REGULATIONS. *> Tho committee appointed to draw up regulations presented the draft rules, and after consideration they were adopted. The secretary was instructed to apply to the Department to be allowed to charge on more days for admission to sports, etc., than is at prosont allowed. THE -PROPOSED SPORTS, Mr 0. T. Trengrove read the re port of the sub-committee appointed to go into the matter of holding au entertainmenb to raise funds for the improvement of the park. The re port was as follows : — THE PRESIDENT AND MEMBERS OF THE PARK COMMITTEE OE MANAGEMENT. Gentlemen— We beg to report that, in aeoordanca with your instructions, we called a meet* ing of thoso interested for the purpose of ascertaining what steps might be taken to raiB...

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YOUARANG MURDER. POST-MORTEM EXAMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

YOUARANG MURDER. POST-MORTEM EXAMINA TION. A post-mortem examination has been held at Katamatite on the bodies of the victims of the Yonarang murder, Mis Lucinda Pngsey, and her three children. The verdict in all cases was death from bullet wounds. Two bul lets w..s found in the head of the eldest boy, and there was one mis3 Bhot, a bullet hole being found in the wall. Altogether five empty shells and one foil oartridge were found in the room. The Lidies were placed in two coffins, Tie eldest children in one, and the mother and the ha'byio the other? Tho funr al left on Friday evening for the Tungomah cemetary, a distance of fonrt6en miles. The. road • "as thronged with vehicles. Euttan Singh, on Friday was brought boforo Mr Deveaish J.P, and remanded to | Melbonrno jail, when a farther ad journment will be asked for. The in 1 quest will be resumed at Katamatite ■ on December 29. ; 34 is "The iesdei'" telephone nambos.

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