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

YOUK WANTS SUPPLIED. If you are in want of {irst-cla33 boots» Come to J. T. John's, Whan you want good footwoar wh!oh undoubtedly suits, Coma to J. !• John's, If you are looking for boots that contain solid leather, Come to J. T. John's. "When you want quality and reasonnb'a prices combiued together, Come to J> T. John'e. Kopsira a Specialty!

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Adameon, Strettle and Co., report— Pigs-4,100 yarded. 8tore3-The market was a fall one, and the demand brisk. Porkers - Prime heavy 38= to d3s, extra to -ios, prime light weights 85a to 87s, small and heavy 27s t) 88s. Bsconers—Prime heavy 53s to 623, a few choice lots to 75= 6J, small and light from 40s. Choppers—Extra prime and weighty £5 to £6 10s, with two extra qnality at £7 15s and £8, Calves—Heavy supply, prices easier. McPhail Bros and Cq. report 4,000 yarded. Stores—A good sup ply, prices about the same. Pork Small and light 2Ss to 32s, medium and good 34s to 88s, prime heavy 40s to 43s, extra to 45s. Bacon—Small and light 40s to 45s, prime heavy 57s 6d to 65s, choice farmers' lots 6Ss to 75s. Baekfatters—Best £5 10s to £6 10s, extra to £S, prime and weighty £3 to £4 5s, rough and scraggy 30s to 40s. The Australian Estates & Mortgage Co. report :—Sheep Skins— Merino sapor fall wools, 7d to 74d ; average, 5;^1 to ojj-i; tibby, 4ji to 5-J1; dam aged...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WUNGHNU v. DRUMANURE. The following are the scores in the above match, won by Wunghnu—WUNGHNU [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

WUNGHNU v. DRUMANURE. The following are the scores in the above umtee, won by Wuughnu— Pinohbeck, c Gordon, b Allan Gray — 17 Jrs Bourke, run out — — 5 C Dudley, c and b McKenzie — 26 Jeffrey, c Kennedy, b Crozier — 15 P Bourke, b APan Gray — — 0 Taylor, c Gordon, b MoKenzie — 6 Anderson, run out — — 11 Quinn, c Crozior, b McKenzie — 3 G Dudloy, c W Crozior, b Ad Gray — 10 Cook, nob out — — — 21 Jack Bourke, b Allan Gray — — 1 Sundries — — — 2 Total — — —117 Bowling—Allan Gray 3 for 21, Kennedy 0 for 30, Crczier 1 for 28, McKenzie 3 for 21, Ad Gray 1 for 15, DKU-MANUKE, Kennody, b Jet Bourke — — 11 Gordor.. run out — — — 6 McKenzie, b J Bourke — — S Allen Gray, b J Bourke — — 14 W Crozier, c Pinchbeok, b Qninn — 2 Thome c Cook, b J Bourke — 0 Ad GrBy, c Pinchbeok, b Quinn — 1 1 Tyre3, c Jack Bourke, b Quinn — 0 Jas Tyres, c Cook, b Quinn — 0 J Crozier, not out — — — 2 H Tyres, c Jack Bourke, b J Bourke 1 Sundries — — — 3 Total — — — 48 Bowling—P Bourke 0 for 18, G Dudley 0 for 12, J...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. TALLYGAROOPNA v NUMURKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

CRICKET. TALLYGAROOPNA v NUMURKAH. This match, played afc Tallygaroopna, resulted in a win for the home team by 34 runs. Numurkah batted first and put together the good soore of 114, included in which waa a soore of 52 by Hargreaves. "Ts'ly" replied with 148, MoKenzie rattling up a fine score of 72. Aptan dod are the scores— xumjRKAir. Waiae-Smith, o and b Burgess — 2 fVgreaves, not out — — 52 Marshall, b W Burgoss, b T Burgess 1 Tyres, o W Burgess, b T Burgess — 0 Fowler, c aud b vV Burgess — 17 Stsggard, b T Burgess — — 8 Coop, c Canet, b T Burges3 — „ — 4 Kit* ion, c McKenzie, b T, Burgess — 4 Oatr j, b T Burgess — ' — 13 Akers, b T Burgess — — 6 Campbell, b Canet — — 6 Suudrin — — — 1 Total — — —114 Bowling—W Burgess 2 for 26, T. Bur gess 7 for 49, Canet 1 for 18, F Burgess 0 for 17. TALIfYG AKOOPNA. F Bur^ g, c Smith, b Hargreavea — 0 Due ey, b Kitt3on — — T Bc-ge c Oatca, b Hargreavea — W Burg 3, b Kittson — — MoKc izie, o Smith, b Marshall — ' Bonniok, b Kittaon — — Canet, c ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

TENNIS. Daring the afternoon of Wednes day, 16th inst,, a team from the Waaia Tennis Clnb paid a visib to Katanga to try conclusions with the lceal team. A very pleasant after noon was spent, afternoon tsa was served by the local ladies. Both clubs are comparatively new ones, and jast recently formed, The games in most cases were V6ty evenly contested, more so than the scores indicate. The fol lowing are the details :— Mixed Donblea—McConnell and Miss Carte (K) beat Jcnes and Miss Rogers, 6—3 ; Alexander and Mrs McConnell (K) beatFogarty and Miss Moroney, 6—5 ; Carter and Miss Camming (K) boat Campbell and Miss Rogers, 6—1 j Bristol and Miss Camming (K) beat Fowler and Miss Yonng, 6—1. Gents' Donbles—McConnell and Alexander (K) lost to Jones and Fogarty, 3—6 ; Carter and Bristol (K) beat Campbell and Fowler, 6—3. Ladies' Doubles—Mrs MoConnell and Miss Carter (K) beat Misses Moroney and Rogers, 6—1. Gents' Singles—Carter (K) beat Jones, 6—4. Katanga, 7 sots 45 games ; Waaia, 1 set 24...

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NARING DIP v, TOUANMITE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 December 1914

NARING DIP v, TOUANMITE. Ycuanmite journeyed to Naring Dip on Saturday and_ suffered defeat owing to the good bowling of the home team. JS'AlilXG 'dip. W Donald, b Tidd * — — 13 N McL3cd, b J Clurey — — 0 Tate, c Dillon, b J Tidd— — 2 F Srnds, c M Clurey. b J Tidd — 0 C Gary, c Tidd, b Dillon — — 11 J Heyme, b J Tidd — — 12 J Crow, o D Clurey, b Dillon — 17 G Ly> oh b Dillon — — S J Jone;, b J Tidd— — — 11 F Fretwell, o Sprigga, b Dillon — 0 W A Donald, nob out — — 0 Sundries — — — 4 Total — — — 78 Bowling—J Clurey 1 for 20, J Tidd for -13, M Clurey 0 for o, M Dillon 4 for 11. YOUANillTE M Dillon, o and b Gray — ? 7 H Goulding, e McLaod, b Gray _ 13 M Clurey, b Fretwell — — 10 J Tidd, '•> Crow — — — 3 D Ckr ay, c Donald, b Fretwell — 1 J Clurey. b Crow— — — 0 W Clurey. b Sands — ? 4 P Dunn, c Tate, b Sands — ? 2 G Sprigga, f- Donald, b Gray ? IS J Collier, b Gray— — — 0 C Shiels, not out — — ? 1 Sundries — — — 5 Total — — ? 64 Bowling—Fretwell 2 for 9, Crow 2 for S, Gray 4 for...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hints to Friendly Readers. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 January 1915

Hints to Friendly Readers, Yon want to see the local paper a successful institution. Talk about it wherever you go. Don't lend your paper to any person who can afford to become a subscriber but is too mean to support local en terprise, I! you don't advertise in it, try and indnce them to do so.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 January 1915

TWO SIGNALS. There are two seriouB signals of kid ney ills. The first signal comes from the back with numerous aches and pains, and the second comes in the kidney secretions, The nrine is thin and pale, or too highly colored and showing brick-dust-like deposits. Urination is infrequent, too frequent or excessive, Yon should heed these danger signals before chronic compli cations set in—diabetes, dropsy, Bright's desease. Take Doan's Back ache Kidney Pills in time and cure is simple, Mrs W. Matthews, Maud-street, Shepparton, says :—*• I can speak very highly indeed of Doan's Back ache Kidney Pills as a splendid remedy for kidney ailments. For a considerable time 1 suffered a lot from severe pains in my back, and it was only three months ago that I found out what was really the matter with me. I had a floating kidney and this waB the canee of my suffering. I went into a hospital, bat the doctor's treat ment did not seem to benefit me, and at last they told me that I wonld have to nnde...

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Tocumwal Races. GOOD ATTENDANCE. OFFICIALS: [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 January 1915

Toeumwal Races. GOOD ATTENDANCE. Officials : President, Mr H. H. Casey; vioe Presidents, Messrs P. Staples, P. Quirk and Dr Chenery; treasurer, Mr C. H. Thompson ; handicapper. .Mr W. Hill; olerk of scales, Mr J. G. Wilson; olerk of oourse, Mr P. Dunne; judge, Mr H. Y. Brown; starter, Mr A J. MoLaurin; time keeper, Mr K. Thorburn; stipendary steward, Mr Murray Wyse; protest stewards, Messrs F. Hoyle, A. Langham and J. Westerdale; stewards, Messrs J. Beard, T. Boyle, L. T. Crawford, Wm Fuller, A. Hnlett, A J. McLaurin, J. Wilson, W. Pepper, J. Davies, H. Wise, J. Ffrost and A. G. Stonemm; seoretary, Ohas. S. Shears. The anna -1 races held under the auspices of the Tocumwal lUce Club on New Year's Day proved highly successful. The weather was fine, though a trifle wiudy, but this did not deter a good number of the pub lie from attending, £22 being taken at the gates. The fields were not large, but the racing proved very excising, a dead heat being declared in one race. The proceedings...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 January 1915

LADIES PLEASE .NOTE.—Ladies are reqaested to note that the offices of the Ladies College of Health have re moved from 46 Elizabeth street, to Phffr's Buildings, 327-329 Collins street, Melbourne. The college has the sole agency In Victoria of Dr D. M. Coonley's famous Orange Lily Treat ment, wh'ch for the past 25 years has been effecting such wonderful cures amcng women in all parts of Australia. Fo? the benefit of sufferers, and for those In whose homes Sing Baby h»B failed to appear, a freo valnablo medical book will be sent to anyone writing to Depart, 47, The Ladies College of Health, Phair's Buildings, 327 Collins street, Melbourne. •

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HELP THE STARVING BELGIANS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 January 1915

HELP THE STARVING BELGIANS. To the Editor. Sir,—May I through the medium of yonr paper appeal to the ever generous public for help for the thousands of starving and homeless men, women and children of Belgium. The citizens of Pootecray are endeavoring to send £1000 to these poor people, and for this purpose we have five art unions, two at Gd, and three at Id, If all the citizens of this town would take one ticket think what it would mean to the little chi'dren. Barely the mother's heart will respond to my appeal, and at a time like Christmas I feel sure no one will miss one penny for those persecuted people. Particulars of art unions have been advertised and tic kets may be obtained direct from me, All the school children in Pootscray are helping by selling tic kets, and if parents would be willing for their children to help in a similar manner would communicate with me at once, I will send tickets immediately. Please for the sake of the little chil dren don't refuse my earnest appe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 January 1915

HUKRT UP! If you want a Smart Suit For Xmas. Its a pity to delay until the last minute and then to meet the disappointing faot that yon are crowded oat antll after the holidays, just because you didn't pnt on a little more pace. So HURRY NOW ! 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 Btyle make the best suit ever worn in Numurkah. BE LOYAL TO YOUR TOWN. Keep your business in Your Own Town. Don't send it to the Oity Faotories. See also Latest Hats,Shirts, Underwear, Etc. A. NcPHERSON, Fxpert Tailor, Outfitter, Etc, NUMURKAH. Commonwealth 'of Eustcalta HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY Thii Bank is open for all clave* L,f GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BU3LDINQ, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alto at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Itockhanipton, Townsville, and London. Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct foreign bills negot...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE NUMURKAH PARK. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 January 1915

CORRESPONDENCE. THE NUMURKA.H PARK. To the Editor. Sir,—Being one of the Nnmnrkah ites who through business ties wa3 forced to spend Christmas and New Year holidays at home, and having prowled round most parts of the towD, I was greatly surprised and pleased to note the marked development of our local park. Really, Mr Editor, those who have carried out ;he great amount of work that has been done are to be commended, and I say to them sin cerely, " Well done ; go on." Espec ially would I congratulate the gentle men responsible for the creation of the very pretty croquet court, pavilion, etc. ; and also the Horticultural Society for the shrubs that are making such grand headway in the portion of the park that abuts on the town. When all the trees—willow and others—grow the park will be a charming place. I saw only one thing that in my opinion waB not up to " concert pitch," the tennis court. There is an air of dila pidation about it, and I would suggest that a hedge of privet be plant...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 January 1915

In Memorial!!. Kirke. - Iu loving memory of our dearly loved Mick, who died at Nnmnrkah on 12fch January, 1910. R.I.P. —Inserted by his loving mother, sister and brothers.

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Barmah Picnic Races. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 January 1915

Barmah Picnic Races. New Year's Day and the Barmah raoe meeting — the day brings the event and has don3 so now for many years. The weather, if not a'l that conld be desired, was pleasant for an. outing, cool, thongh just a trifle windy Indeed for the past week Old Boreas has not like Brer Rabbit laid low, He has kicked np his heels to some tnne, hnrricane and dnst prevailing on several days, and in some places, as in Kaarimba, tearing rooffs off honses, barns, and nprooting trees. The effects of the recent light rainfall have almost passed away, and drought still ' "ia.s the district in its relentless grip To,ere is nothing to relieve the mon otony—neither grass nor orop, Dor stock, or, if any of the latter they are so emaciated, as friend P.B. pats it, so weak that they have to lean against a tree to cough. However, none of these things prevented a good attend ance, perhaps not qaite so large as in former years, at the races. My lady is there in strong force—indeed, of all the meet...

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The Numurkah Leader ESTABLISHED 1895. Published Friday.: One Penny. FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 January 1915

Tlze, tf II hi i Established 1895. Published Friday. : One Penny. Friday, Jay car y 8, 1915. Mrs WilsoD, of the Numurkah Hotel, had an unfortunate experience during the holidays. She was returning about 8.30 one evening from Shepparbon in her motor car, and when about three miles sonth of Wunghnu the car sud denly burst into dimes, Mrs Wilson barely having time to make good her escape. Th§s£Sar was almost entirely destroyedjutffte engine and front wheels being alf that escaped. Mrs Wilson was alcne at the time, and had to walk to Wunghnu to obtain a vehicle in which to reach Numnrkah. The car was insured for £3U(J. An announcement is made in another comma calling for special attention from clients whose accounts with this office are long overdue. In scores of cases no payments have been made daring the past three years, and it is announced that unless these acconnts are settled during this month other means of collection will have to be adopted. We trust, however, that this will not...

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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 January 1915

Church Services. Methodist Chubch.—Services next" Sunday are aa follow :—Numurkah 11, Mr Jaffray, 7.30, Rev White; Wnnghnu r 11, Kaarimba 3, Baulkamaugh Sth 7.SO, \ Rev Teo; Wunghnu 7.30, Marungi 11, Congupna West 3, Rev Hiatt; Cobrair 11 and 7.30, Koonoomoo 3, Rev Lawry: ( Baulkamaugh 11, Mr Or. Fowler; Baulks, i maugh Slh 3, Mr lyres; Naring 8, Mr J,) Fowler; Strafchmerton 3, Mr Glenny; Bunbartha 3, Mr Kilpatrick; Waaia U, Mr Green ; Katamatite 3, Dunbnlbalane * 7.SO, Mr Roe; Katamatite 7 30, Dun- ! bulbalane 11, Youanmite 3, Rev Taylor; ' Ycuwang 11, Mr Sidebottom, , Chukch ok England—For Church England services see church column. 1 Presbyterian Church Services, Snu-;. day nest — Numurkah 11 and 7.30, ^ Drnmanure 3, Rev. J. A,'Lee; Waaia., II, Yalca 2,30, Katnnga 7.30, Mr Alex-. ander. ir Presbyterian Church, Nathalia Circuit 0 Services will be held on Sunday next as follows—Nathalia 11 and 7,30, Picola c 3, Rev, I Glyn Jones. ■' Church of England—Services will be . held on Sunda...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. PICOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 January 1915

DISTRICT INTELLIQENCE. [From Our Own Correspondent! PICOLA. A very pleasant oeremony took place at the Picola West Methodist Obnroh, where the holding of a con cert and sooial evening was taken advantage of by district folk to mark their appreciation of Miss 0. Cntts, who for nearly fonr years past had been the teacher of the Picola West State school, and who had dnring that period not only endeared herself to the children, but had also, assisted by the committee, secured a number of im provements at the school, The Rev. W, Clemens presided and in the first plaoe presented Miss Cntts, on behalf of the congregation of the chnrcb, with a handsomely bonnd Bible and hymn book as a mark of their appreciation for services ren dered in the cboir, and also as a mark of their esteem. Mr J. McGowan (chairman of the school committee) then presented Miss Cntts with a splendidly framed gronp photograph of the school committee and a costly silver tea and coffee service, suitably inscribed. In mak...

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Famous Soldiers. LORD KITCHENER'S MESSAGE TO THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 January 1915

Famous Soldiers. LORD KITCHENER'S SAGE TO THE BRIr EXPEDITION ART FOR* The public of Sydney bs? £=" waiting ever since the cable- c.-;: through statins that the £rirti: Expeditionary Forces had proceed;: to France for the full tex" of Lt:: Kitchener's advice to each mem";: of that historic company. Ir h:-: now been cabled out, and one of ti chief of all sentences in ir. a:: fraught with great meaning, re id; —" Your duty cannot be done nnie; your health is sound." Health to the soldier fighting his country, or to the civilian fightm; the great trade battles at hccue, b esse »tial. A heahhy army shon': be a successful army, and C*p"*i: H. E. U. Burke, formerly of the " Third King's African R.Ses,' British East Africa, states tba". ! Clements Tonic is the ideal nerve ; medicine for the soldier on active ; service, or recuperating after severe 1 illness or fever. It is the medicine £ that has always been to the iron: 1 throughout Australia, and its edec' ' upon weak or sorely-tried ner...

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NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 January 1915

NATHALIA. Mr Fk. O'Brien has been promoted to the staff of the local office from Mooroopna, taking the plaoe of Mr Cyril Cahill, transferred to Sheppar ton, and who it may be said won golden opinions while here for his courtesy and attention to the department's many customers. In Mr O'Brien we have an old friend, and we congratulate him on his return. A fire occurred in the early hours of Saturday morning at the cottage occu pied by Mr J as Wright, horse trainer, &o. Awakened by the fire, Wright rushed to the bell to alarm the brigade, which was soon on the spot, but the cottage burnt like matchwood, and a few moments witnessed its utter demo lition. The cause of the fiie is un known. Mrs Wright had occasion to heat some infant's foo» about one o'clock, but assumed that she left everything eafe. There was an insur anoe on the house of £150 in the Com mercial Union, and on the furniture, &o., of £75 in the same company. The house was the property of Mr J. Geldart. Dur...

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