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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 — 8 January 1915
Church of England Chronicle (Edited tor the members and adherents j of the Church in the Parochial district of Numurkah.) Bector, Bev S, W, Williamson. ThL. Plan of Church Services for January. 10 17 24 31 NUMURKAH MR S.S. 2.30 p.m eD eR eR eR STB'THM'T'N eR mR aR MR S.S. 10 a.m. WUNGHNU aR — MR — S.S. 2 p.m. KATUNGA — aR — 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. f Sunday-school, B for Rector, D for Mr Davis. The Rector desireB 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 Sohools—Tuesday, Numurkah (weekly), 9.15; Wednesday, Invergorden and Mywee, 9.15 ; Thursday, Wunghnu, 9.15 ; Strathmerton, 3.30 p.in, (ail fortnightly).
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 January 1915
NEWS AND NOTES. An Ordination Service was held at Holy Trinity Cathedral, Wangaratta, at which the Bishop made Meters James Spencer Bullough. Edward Finnie, and Arthur Reginald Mace, deacons, whilst t Revs Albert George Horner,ThL, Vernon Harold Jenkyu, and William Andrew Williams were ordained to the Priest hood. The Rev •E. Lomble, ThL, of St Stephen's, Richmond, was the preacher while Rev, A. R. Mace acted as Gos peller. At the Wnnghnu Mechanics'Hall on Tuesday, Jan. 19th, a picture concert will be given by the Rector in aid of Chare'1 lunds. The sum of one shilling will be charged for admission, and the programme will include moving pictures of great interest, and songs by dist-ict vocalists. The Rector has received a Christmas gift from Mrs P Patchell, late of Numur kah, in the form of a very valuable pi> ce of tapestry to be used for the Altar at St. George's. It has been dee'ded to uso it for dossal and riddt Uncurtains. The work of banging them ha/a!ready been under taken...
EDITORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 January 1915
EDITORIAL. Christmas services were on the whole well attended. There are still mariy who look upon Christmas Day as a holiday only. It isn't. It is ft Holy Feast Day upon which people cease from work to worship and spend a happy quiet day because their Redeemer was born to the world in human form. It is therefore at least to be observed as a Sunday by Church folk and it is not fitting that public amusements, money-making and secular, should be held on that night. The Service of Intercession for the war last Sunday was veiy solemn and impressive. It included a Prayer for the dead and pauses for silent prayer. It might be as well on some other Sunday to repeat it. I cannot help reprinting portion of the PASTORAL LETTER, from the Bishops of Australia with regard to this Service, It is headed—"To the faithful in'Christ Jesus, members of the Anglican Btanch of the Catholic Church in the Commonwealth of Australia, Greetings." Portion of the letter is as follows; — "We, the Archbishops and...
THE YOUARANG MURDER. EVIDENCE AT THE INQUIRY. BUTCHAN SINGH COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 January 1915
THE YOUARANG MURDER. EVIDENCE AT THE INQUIRY. BUI CHAN SINGH COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. An inquiry into tho circumstances surrounding' the deaths of Mrs D. Pngsley and her three children, vic tims of the Yonrang tragedy, was held at Katamatite od Tuesday of last week in the Katamatite Public Hall, befor-i Mr Curtis, J.P.,deputy district coroner. The building was crowded, the awful affair having aroused intense interest in the district. David Pugs'ey, the husband and fa-her of the victims, deposed thai he occupied the same room as his fumi;y. About 8 a.m. on the morning of the tragedy he arose and gave the youngest child a drink, kissed his wife and little ones, and then went to a paddock about 20 chains away to get k'8 horse3. He returned in aboathalf-an hour, and seeing no one about went to the bed room, 'where he found his wife and children apparently murdered wiih, as he thought, some b ant instrument, He went to Butchan Singh's cart, bat conld not find him, and then went to Mr Jacob L...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 15 January 1915
IT IS A MATTER OF FACT, That backache, rheumatism, goat, neuralgia, bladder troubles, stone, gravei, lumbago, sciatica, nervousness, dizziness, are caused by diseased kid neys. Many men and women look upon symptoms of fhess ailments as trifling. But no symptom of kidney disorder is trifling, for it shows that the kidneys are failing, to filter the poisonous uric acid from the blood, and this is the beginning of most dis eases. At the first sign of kidney disorder, begin with Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, they cure every form of kidney trouble, because they are a special medicine for the kidneys, Mrs W, StrattoD, Madeline Street Numurksb, says:—1' For many years my husband suffered a good deal from lumbago. The pains were in„ the small of his back, and prevented him from ending, and getting proper rest at night. He wes seriously handi capped at his work, and sometimes was so bad that he had to lay up for days. He tried numerous kidney nmedies, but derived no benefit from any of them,...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 15 January 1915
NEWS AND NOTES. Holy I'aptism—Jan. 4fcb, at St. George's, Numurkah, Norman Robert Hunt. At the meeting o£ the district Council held on Monday night last, several mat ters were discussed of great importance to the district ss a whole 'i he l offeo Social tG be held at Ka tnnga in aid of Church Funds next Wed nesday promises to be a great success. The stage will be provided with special scenery for the occasion, and the lighting will also be well attended to. Several art'st* from Numurkah will present a well chosen programme of songs, and local singers will also appear. The mov ing pictures which the Rector will show with his Home Cinematograph will in clude one taken from a dirigible war balloon passing over Lucerne. Also excel lent views of St. Malo, Aries and Indian life in the Malay archipelago will be screened There will also be a drama, The Regimental Dog, and a film of special war interest, besides com'cs. The above pictures will bo shown at Wunghnu on Tuesday night, and the pr...
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 15 January 1915
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. "Hunger."—Not if you are not a fit subject through ill-health. Yes it iB advocated in the Prayer Bjok. See the end of the first Rubric befjre "Baptism for such as are cf Riper Years." ' Textual."—We are not told th >t there were THREE wise men from the East, though many i£ they were asked the question would give that number. Pro bably the misconception at first arose horn the threefold gift they brought. Neither ore we told in Holy Scripture that Absalom's long hair caught in the tree. See 2 Samuel IS, v 9 His death was c used not by hanging but by three darts which the treacherous Joab thrust into his heart.
EDITORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 15 January 1915
EDITORIAL. The third seasou of the Ecclesiastical year is called Ef'IPHiNY. The word means the Shewing Forth, and refers to the event of Christ's Manifestation to the Gentiles in the persons of the Magi or Wise Men from the East who presented their gifts to the Young Child. An interesting ceremony, commemorating the oilarings of the Magi, has long been observed at the Chapel Royal in the palace of St. James on this festival. The King or his representative proceeds to the Altar at the time of the Offertory and, kneeliDg down, makes an offering of gold and frankincense and myrrh, which is then iaid up"n the Altar. Fr'im Christ mas Day until Epiphany we in our Anglican branch of the Catholic Church have our lessons and Gospels so selected as to bring before U3 the manifestation of our Lord's humanity as seen iu Sis Birth, infancy and circumcision ; from Epiphariy to Septuagesima the intention is to set before us the manifestation of His divinity as seen in His miracles. The Gospel' for...
OUR CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 15 January 1915
OUR CALENDAR. Sunday next, JaD, 17th—2nd Sunday after the Epiphany. Jan 25—Conversion of St. Paul. Friday, 15—Litany, St. George's, 7-30 a.m. Tuesday, 19th—Picture Concert, Wun gbnu. Wednesday, 20th—Coffee Social, Ka tunga. HYMNS for next Sunday—31, 78, SO, 178 H.C. 555. 318, 319, 324). Subject—" My Father's business." Meditation for this week—St. Luke 2, vv 40-52.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 15 January 1915
Adatnson, Strettie & Co, Pty. Ltd. Stock Salesmen, VIOTOBIA HORSE BAZAAR, Blourlte •$&., ^eHbowpsse CONDUCT 8ALS8 as follows: — HORSES—Every Tuesday. Wednesday, and Thursday at their Bazaar. AT NEWMARKET Sheep-^TUESDAYS Fat Oattle—WEDNESDAYS AT CORPORATION MARKET— Ftga and Calves—WED. & THURS. Dairy and Store Cattle FRIDAYS. OLEARING-OUT SALES A SPECIALTY PURE STOCK SALESMEN. FARMS FOR SALE and TO-LET, All Districts. TRUST MONIES TO LEND—WEEKLY RATES, SWORN VALUATIONS MADE, Sand PicVicalary ai year Rtnulromaati 4&£kx.»-*$ I « * QUALITY Every buyer of a Piano should carefully consider the 111 question of Quality.. |g The Tone, the Durability, and Artistic Quality of Allan's" Pianos are beyond compare because w they are made by the World's Leading Makers— [f BECHSTESN. LIPP. ECKE, FEURSCH, THURIV1ER ESS, 1 THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO BETTER VALUE OBTAINABLE IN AUSTRALIA full value allowed for your OLD PIANO IN part PAYMENT MK arwu 1AWJi'utL rsaa S i &...
Church of England Chronicle (Edited for the members and adherents of the Church in the Parochial district of Numurkah.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 15 January 1915
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 January. NUMURKAH S.S. 2.30 p.m STR'THM'T'N S.S. 10 a.m. WUNGHNU S.S. 2 p.m. KATUMGA S.S. 2 p.m. 10 17 24 31 MR eD eR eR raR eR aR eR MR aR - MR — ? aR — aR 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 Rector desires that immediate notice be givon of all cases of eerie illness. Marriages—By appointment (except in Lent). To avoid possible inconvenience, the Rector desires early notification. Eector visits State Schools—Tuesday, Numurkah (weekly), 9.15; Wednesday, Invergordon and Mywee, 9.15 ; Thursday, Wunghnu, 9,15 ; Strathmerton, 3.30 p.m, (all fortnightly).
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 15 January 1915
HURRY UP! If you want a Smart Suit For Xmas. Its a pity to delsy until the last minute and then to meet the disappointing fact, that yon are crowded out until after the holidays, jusb because yon didn't pat on a little more pace. So HURRY NOW ! Sail 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 Town. Don't send it to the Oiby Factories. See also Latest Bats,Shirts, Underwear, Etc. A. McPHERSON, Fx pert Tailor, Outfitter, Site, NUMURKAH. MAKE SOMEONE HAPPY With The Gift That Pleases. A KODAK is always a Safe Choice at times of present giving. It is so much more tbsn the merely decorative and ornamental, and there is nothing commonplace about it. AH Sizes obtainable at Guenther's. Prices from 5s upwards. Sponges. Best Honeycomb. Make usefni presents. Price from Is up to 12s ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 15 January 1915
Morrissy and Deane Barristers and Solicitors, Melville Street, Numurkah. 40JQUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE And Nathalie., Nagamble and Dookle. J)m G MORRISON IS .A,, L.L.B. BARRISTER and SOLICITOR, NUMURKAH, " Also at Tattjba and Kyabram. Trust Moneys to Lend from 4 per cent Mr H. J. PEARSON RECORDED BY VICTORIAN DENTAL BOARD. MELVILLE STREET, NUMUI KAH Visits— NATHALIA (Next Mrs Eakin's), Every Tnursday, 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. Continuous Gum and Yulcaute Dentures. Plates Repaired in Six Honrs 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 np-to-dote manner, and is the best equipped hotel oatside Mel bourne. The Accommodation is of the best, and the quality of the meal...
The Numurkah Leader ESTABLISHED 1895. Published Friday.: One Penny. FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 15 January 1915
The Established 1895. Published Friday. : Oue Penny. Friday, January 15, 1915. The Numurkah Leader has entered upon its twentieth year of pablication, and we would like to gratefully thank our numerous clients for Mielr consist ent support during that period. We deeply appreciate the confidence that has been extended, and will endeavor to retain that confidence by continued effort to advance the interests and pros perity of this wide district. A news paper can exert great Influence, but unless the support of the residents of a district is given, that influence mast necessarily be somewhat limited. We would ask for the assistance of onr readers—and those who are not yet on our subscribers' list—in the matter of securing reports of district functions, social happenings, the season's pros pects, and any items that might be of interest to the community. We want to make the Leader a Jive paper in the best sense of the term, and with the co-operation of the residents we can do it. Will ea...
Subscriptions Received. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 15 January 1915
Subscriptions Received. We beg to acknowledge payment of subscriptions for The Leader, received by post since last issue : Messrs Jos. Hodge, H. Pottenger, 3. Heard (iGeelong), J. Swann, A. Dohnt, H. Coram, J. Burley, H. H. Fletcher, H. O'Donnell, G. S. Lang, E. H. Mar tin, S. H, McGifford, 0. A. Moss, M. P. O'Dwyer, G. Gane, A. Clark, John Tyres, J. Groves, Geo. Taylor, E. L. Lizard, J. Heyme, Thos. Ford, Mrs Field, W. S. Mackenzie, Jaa. Boal, H, Broom, James Minchin, J, W. Fer 1 rari, James McKenna, Peter Vale.
Temperance Notes (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 15 January 1915
Temperance Notes (CoDbribnted,) The Archbishop of York and the War.—Dealing with the subject of " treating." his Grace says that such fooli h hospitality is really, like the had business of spies, the work of traitors to the national cause. Is there much difference between giving away the secrets of the service and giving away the strength and disci pline of the troops on which that ser vice depends 1 The Archbishop of Canterbury has isBued an appeal for abstinercs dur ing the war. "We who are precluded from a soldier's activities," he says, " may do our share by undertaking to be abstainers. By doing so we would strengthen the hands of those soldiers—the large majority of our troop1—who are manfully resisting sgch temptation "
BOWLS. NUMURKAH V. NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 15 January 1915
BOWLS, NUMURKAH V. NATHALIA. Three rinks from the Nnmnrkah Bowling Clnb visited Nathalia on Saturday afternoon and spent a most pleasant afternoon in friendly contest with the home clnb. The green was in splendid order, and many closely oontested ends were fought. The visitors were most hospitably treated, and thanks were returned on their be half by Dr Spence. The scores, which show that Numurkah won by 12 points, were as follow :— Nkh Nha Morris, Selleck, Tears, Spence 26 — Reed, Cobbledick, Tuokett, Fairman — — 20 Wattere, Harper, Brash, Cutler 31 — Israel, Limbrick, Govett, Dun can — — 18 Kilpatrick, Fitzwater, Greig, Coop — 20 — Scott, E. Richardson, W. Rich ardson, O'Brien — 27 — 77 65 The following is the team selected to meet Shepparton at Numurkah on Satur day next (16th Inst) A. E. Morris, J. Callander, Walter, Coop, Spence, Cutler, Maepherson, and Wilson. Increasing interest is being taken in the game by members of the local club, This is due partly to the scheme of holdi...
NUMURKAH WATER TRUST. TUESDAY, JANUARY 12 [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 15 January 1915
NUMURKAH WATER TRUST. TUESDAY, JANUARY 12 The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday last, when.the following were present;— Ooms Moss (chairman), Tuckett, Campbell, Gordon, Pnrdie, McDonell, Ball, Fnrze, Meiklejohn. Correspondence. From F. Burgess, Bunbartha, in quiring if trust had any second-hand piping for sale. To be informed the piping was not for sale. From State Rivers and Water Supply Commission, in reply to re quest for permission to use settling ponds at Numurkah for swimming classes, asking why the use of the ponds bad been discontinued by the trust in the treatment "of turbid flood water. ~Dr Harbison, health officer, reported that there could be no objec tion to the use of the settling ponds for swimming classes providing the in'ets and outlets are carefully atten ded to, and the children are not al lowed to interfere with the reservoir. F. Beaurepaire, organiser of swimming for the Education Department, re ported on the same subject and gave a list ...
GOULBURN CROSSINGS. DEPUTATION TO THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 15 January 1915
GOULBURN CROSSINGS. DEPUTATION TO THE OOUNOIL. At Tuesday's meeting of the shire council, Messrs H. Taylor, P. D. K. O'Hanlon, D. Grants'and R. Ferrari attended as a dentation and »sked that the decision of the council to advocate the erection of a bridge over the Gouiburn at what is known as Graham's, in lieu of the Yambuna punt and Stewart's bridge, be re-considered. Mr Taylor said the proposed site was altogether unsuitable. The Deakin council had said that the site mattered little to them, and that the decision rested entirely with the Numurkah council. Some few years ago a large majority of the residents declared in favor of the Yambuna site, and opinion had not changed since. It would cost but £2000 for a bridge at Yambuna, as against £6000 at Graham's. Mr O'Hanlon said Yambuna had been recognised as a regular crossing place for half a century, as had also Stewart's bridge, and these should not be thrown over without grave consider ation. People had purchased property in the b...
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATION. [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island. LETTERS [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 15 January 1915
POSTAL RAYSS A&& KEGiiLATWfiw. [Wli&re ti\© term "Tho Common wealth" is used in connection with thes: BaSeg and regulations it includes Papua Lard How© Island, and Norfolk Island/ LETTKPS For every J ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth . 0 i For delivery in the British Em pire 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands .. 0 3 For delivery in other plaoes .... 0 2« LETTER CARDS. For delivery within the Common wealth Single, Id. each; reply, Id. each half For delivery in the British Eia'pire (&& list of places under "Letters )—Sin gle Id. eaoh. For aelivery in New Keksidea, Banks and Torres Islands—Single, 2d. each For delivery in other places— Singh) 2Jd. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with tb Id. stamp, and Reply or doable cards each half of which has the Id. etamij impressed thereon, may be transmitter to places within the Commonwealth, an* to those places, enumerated und« "Lette...