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MUCKATAH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 January 1915

muckatah races. This popular fixture wiii be held on Saturday, February 6, when the following programme will be gone through :— Maiden Plate, £5. Plate and Pa rse, £10 e:?ch NovePy Pony Race, £S Muckntah Handicap, £13, Handicap Trot1, £6. Boosey Welter, £S. Entries close with the secretary (Mr T J. Leavey, Private Bag, Katunga) on Thursday next, Janu ary 28. Acceptances and entries for Maiden Plate close on Thurs3ay, February 4

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Garden Fete at Nathalia. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 January 1915

Garden Fete at Nathalia. It was somebody's thnngbt—and a very good thought—• bat a garden fete in aid of the Belgian fund would take well. Tbe tbongbt bee >me words and the words led to action, and, behold, in a very few hoars a successful fete is organised and carried to a very profit able conclusion. It was the spark, as it were, to the powder. Everything was ripe. The bravery of the Belgians —their tremendous sacrifice in the canse of liberty th terribU and crael wrongs that have been inflicted on a peace-loving people by a murderous and ruthless foe, the slaughter and maiming of innocent folk of all age?; and sex—it is tbe thought of these things that stira one's better qualities, and while our young braves go to uphold the hands of the Belgians and fight for the cause of honor and truth and justice and peace, those who are precluded from this noble coarse still rise to do their part, and show by their moral force and by hand and purse that they are heart and sou! in sympathy...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Should America Have Protested? [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 January 1915

Should America Have Protested ? Mr Stead writes a strong article in " Stead's Review" (6d.), showing why she should not do so. He has ascer tained the views of leading An tralians on the subject, and finds that on the whole they consider that it is not our business to attempt to tell the United States what she ought or ought not to do. In discussing the question by the-way, people do nob appear to be aware that the United States had nothing whatever to do with the treaty guaranteeing the neutrality of Belgium, and that although she signed The Hague Convention, she made two very important reservations, One that nothing therein should be allowed to interfere with the Monroe Doctrine, the other that the Convention was not to be binding on her when European matters only were in question. That is to say, foreseeing the probability of a European war the United States determined not) to pat her signature to anything which could conceivably en tangle her in it. Answering his question, Mr St...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Irrigation in the Finley District. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 January 1915

Irrigation in the Finley District, The following letter from Mr L. A. Wade, Commissioner for Water Con servation and Irrigation, has been received in reply to a request by Mr R, T. Ball, M.L.A., to be supplied with information as to what has been done regarding irrigation in the Finley district :— In reply to your letter of the 17th nit., regarding irrigation in the vicinity of Finley, I beg to inform you that consequent upon the signing of the Murray Waters Agreement by the representatives of the Commonwealth and the interested States, and the probability of its early ratification by the various Parliaments, action has been taken by the Irrigation Com mission of th's State to pnt in hand an investigation and classification of lands contiguous to the Murray river which are deemed to be suitable for irrig tion purposes, Amongst the other areas being in vestigated and classified is that lying to the west of Berrigan. Preliminary examination shows that there are possibilities of divert...

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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 January 1915

Church Services. 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— Wakiti II, Narioka 3 Nathalia 7.30, Rector ; Nathalia 11, Mr Bentley ; Yalca II, Mr Golding. Methodist Church, Nathalia Circuit. Services will be held on Sunday as fol lows—Nathalia 11, Mr Cox; Picola North II, Narioka 3, Nathalia 7.30, llev. W. Clemens ; Yalca 3, Mr Shdcock ; Yalca South II, Benrii 3, Picola West 7.30, Mr Taylor ; Kotupna 3, Mr Sea mons. Reformed Church of England—Ser vices will be conducted as follows:— Village Settlement II, Waaia W 3, Nathalia 7 30, Waaia Tuesday, Rev. G Gladstone. Methodist Church.—Services next Sunday are as fotiow :—Nuinurkah 11, Cobram 7.30, Strathmerton 3, Rev Lawry; Nuinurkah 7 30, Kaarimba 3, Waaia 11, Rev Yeo; Wunghnu 11, Kaarimba 7 30, Bunbartha 3, Rev Hiatt; Wunghnu 7.30, Mr Tyres; Cobram 11, Koonoomoo 3, Mr Devenish; ...

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"THE BILIOUS HABIT" HUSBAND AND WIFE in SYDNEY FIND A REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 January 1915

"THE BILIOUS HABIT" HUSBAND AND W!FE in SYDNEY FIND A REMEDY. Snppose the liver was pat npon its trial -before a judge and jury. What charges tens of thousands of people coald bring against it of having been the killjoy of their lives. They would give evidence of innumerable head aches, the agonising attacks of bilious ness, the feeling of utter prostration, and the havoc to good tempe a caused by liverishness. Before sentence was passed by the judge the liver would urge its own defence that all too frequently it had not been properly treated, that often when it needed a tonic none was given, and therefore its rebellion was not surprising. It is just as well, then, to keep good terms with the liver by taking at the first sign of its revolt Mother Seigel's Syrup, the remedy which for forty years has given relief to countless sufferers from liverishness; Note testimony from Mrs M. Fox, 107, Rochford-street, Sydney, N.S.W.,1 on February 24th, 1914 :—" Your most excellent remedy, Mother...

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Predictions of a Mansfield Clergyman. DOWNFALL OF CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN 1920. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 January 1915

Predictions of a Mansfield Clergyman. DOWNFALL OF CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN 1920. A studious and well-informed gent leman at Mansfield—the Rev F. J. Highett, a voluminous contributor to the Piess—has lately been employing Scripture in the Courier" respecting " Aimageddon.'' After quoting freely from the Bible in onr contemporary's issue of December 12, the writer thns concludes:—" Is this not true of our boasted Chr stian peoples, that they have been the canse^of every war. Have tbey .not taughj^the Japanese the art or war ? Are they not now teach ing the Chinese t> e art of war also 1 And already they are commencing to squeal for fear "of the " yellow peril.' I now proclaim, in the name of the bidden word of God, concealed in the pages of the Bible, and in the great Pyramid, that the fall of onr great Christion churches has to take place by 1920, when they will be superseded by the New Church or New Jerusalem brought down from Heaven by Christ and His angels. All the terrible things h...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 January 1915

NEWS AND NOTES. Owing to the extremely hot weather the services at our Churches are being shortened. The Bishop authorises the shortened form of Service which ends with the third Collect. No permission has been given to shorten the Psaims or to leave out one Lesson. But we may do with less hymns or omit verse3. Also the sermon will not occupy more than a few minutes. With the above alterations the hot weather ought not seriously to affect our attendances. We regret that we are losing our evening Organist. Mrs R. G. Selleck and family have decided to live in Melbourne and their going will mean a severe loss to our congregation. Mrs Selleck has helped at the o gan for four years and her place will be difficult to fill. We wish her and family every happiness in their new home. We would remind our readers that the season of Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, February the 17th, and that Holy Week commences on Monday, March- 29th. Easter Day falls on April 4th. . Owing t" the heat we are holdi...

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THE TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 January 1915

THE TOWN BAND. We have been asked to remind townsfolk of 'he circular senb fchun a few dpys a^o, wherein 'he rfquire ments of the Town Bj-nd were sob forth. It is confidently hoped that when the canvassers call fo-day the response will be a generous one. A meetirg of the committee is to be held this evening, and on the reports preaen'ed by the canvassers will depend <he endorsement or otherwise of a selection for the position of bandmaster that has been made Before an appointment can be made the committ e must see its way to the rog!;l>r paymeu" of a c>nduc!or

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Katamatite Sports. The following are the results:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 January 1915

Katamatite Sports. The following are the results :— Sheffield Handicap—Heat Winners : Gus. Francis, W. Brown, J. Sim, 1st Semi-finalW. Brown 1, Jv Sim 2. 2nd Se^ i-final: F Lalor If H. Wilson 2. Final: W. Brown 1, F. Lalor 2, J. Sim 3. Handicap Sprint—Heat Winners : F. Dngan, F. Conlon, J, Sim, F. Lalor. 1st Semi-final: F. Conlon 1, J. Sim 2. 2nd Semi-final: L. Taitl, F, Lalor 2, Final : F. Conlon and J. Taifc dead heat, F, Lalor 3. Handicap Hurdle Race—Tom Cornford 1, J. Dngan 2, F. Dngan 3* Handicap High Jump—J. O'Dwyer and Tom Cornford divided ac 5ft 3ina (9 entries), Wood Chop—J. Colombini 1, F, Colombini 2 (eight starters). Kicking Football—J. Parnell and W. Murc ison divi ed. One Mile Bicycle Race—1st Heat : L HcCabe 1, W. Sim 2. 2nd Heat: B. McCabe 1, H. Sim 2. Final: B. McCabe 1, L. McCabe 2, H. Sim 3. Half-mile Bicycle Race—1st Heat: L. McCabe 1, W. Sim 2. 2nd Heat: B. McCabe 1, H. Sim 2. Final : L, MoCabe 1, B McCabe 2, H. Sim 3. Boys' Race—J. Gouldson 1, L. Hughes 2. Smal...

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Tungamah Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 January 1915

Tungamah Water Trust. The monthly meeting was held on Monday, at the conclosion of th~ coancil business. Oom Fell occupied the chair. CORRESPONDENCE. Railway Department advised that coancil may lay a 12 inch Monier pipe Hnder Katamatite lice at an estimated cost of £17 10s to the brnst.—No action. Same, forwarding cheque for £72 16a Si for water supplied at KiRa matifee from March, 1912, to OotO ter 81, 1914—Received. Jae. Mills, Katamatite, asked per mission to remove and relay piping ab bis property —Granted, subject to engineer's supervision, Mead and Heyme, pumpers, ad vised pumping 22,000 gallons at Katamatite dur'mg December. J. P. Qaion, Nooramunga, asked permission to irrigate 5 acres of lucerne on Broken Greek. He was aware that, ab the present time, it would be unreasonable to use the water, but iu his case be had p enty of Water for bis own purpose when the creek stopped running fie assurer! t hst be would not) interfere witn i ho ra ning stream so as bo in convenience an...

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BLUNT TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 January 1915

BLUNT TALK. American editors are as a rnlo fond of blnnt talk, bnfc none of tbeni can beat the editor of the •* Call" (Okls) in rubbing the ginger in. Thi3 is how he does it in a recent issue :— The average country editor is a chump. He will submit to the abuse of some old miserly skinflint or Shylock in the community for years, and when death in all its merciful kindness removes the worthless old carcase to a place that has possibly been eager and yawn ing for years to even np his devilish score, Mr Editor, in laudatory language and balf-column space, will ponr out his sympathy tonchingly, yea pathetically. Not so with the " Call." The next old reprobate tha- shuffles oS may die with this troubled fact on his mind, that we are going to everlast ingly lambaste him as soon as we have proof that bis gronchy life has been snnffed ont and he is on his way home. Some of yon old reprobates, be you one or many, had better take dne notice and come in and make good with ns before the last ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 January 1915

THE COST OF NEGLECT. Think of the coat of neglecting yonr kidneys—it means that yon are allow ing kidney poiBons to acenmnlate in the system, and these pcisons cause violent pains in the back, dropsical swellings, urinary disorders, gravel, stone, rheumatism, gout, lassitude, sleeplessness, inclination to worry, excessive thirst, irregular heart action, neuralgia, The genuine Doan's Back ache Kidney Pills restore to strained, overworked kidneys their full power of filtering the dangerous kidney poisons from the blood and discharging them from the system. Read this case. Mtb J. Pullin, Wyndham-street Shepparton says Some time ago I was very ill with a bad attack of kid ney trouble, and only people who have Buffered in this way have any ides what 1 went through. My back used to ache till I felt I could hardly bear it any longer, and if I stooped it was almost impossib'e for me to rise without assistance. I was also subject to violent headaches, and they used to make me feel completely...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 January 1915

Birth PEARN (nee Lila Rockliff) —On 15th January, at Whitemore, Tasmania, to Mr and Mrs Edward Pearn—a son

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OUR CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 January 1915

OUB CALENDAR. Next Sunday (Sp tuagesima Sunday), HOLY COMMUNION, Strathmerton, II a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 2ad—Parifioation of the Biessed Virgin Mary, M»tins Sam. at St George's. Wednesday, 3rd—Annual Meeting, Strathmerton, S p.m. HYMNS for next Sanday—S3, 489, ' 167. 225, 228, 168 (H.C. 555, 318, 319, 324). Meditation this week—Acts 9, vv 4-5. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 January 1915

Morrissy and Deane Barristers and Solicitors, Melville Street, Numurkah, 40jQUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE And Nathalla,Nagamble and Dookle. G MORRISON B.A., L.L B. BARRISTER and SOLICITOR, NUMURKAH, Also as Tatuba and Kyabram. Trust Moneys to Lend from 4 per cent Mr H, J. PEARSON RECORDED BY VICTORIAN DENTAL BOARD. MELVILLE STREET, NUMDf'KAB Visits— NATHALIA (Next Mrs Eakin's), Every. Tnursday. COBBAM (Grand Central Hotel), First Monday and Tuesday In Each Month, KATAMATITE (Lease's Hotel, Third Wednesday in Each Month. Painless Extractions of Teeth. jFillings in Gold, Amalgam, Cement and Porcelain. Orowr and Bridge work. Continuou? Gum and Vulcante Dentures. Plates Repairer? in Six Hours The Numurkah Hotel Melville Street (next fviechaoios'.) THIS Patatisi and Commodious Hotel has recently been erected at great expense, acd hag been furnished in the most ap-to-date manner, and is the best equipped hotel outside Mel bourne. The Accommodation is of the best, and the quality of the meals, l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 January 1915

A TRUTHFUL QUOTATION. There's many an honest heart beneath a ragged coat, If you YFoar J. T. John's boots I'm cer tain you will vote Thr.t his footwear is very genuine and really gives good wear, And Jin money ia your pcoket when your patronage he does share. Sepairs a Specialty. Statutory Notice to Creditors. PURSUANT to the Trusts Act 1890 mtice is hereby given that all p-rrsons hav'ng claims against bhe estate of ALLAN K.INNAIRD late of Numurkah in bhe State of Victoria Grazier deceased who died on the 13th day of October 1914, j j and probate of whose Will was I i granted by the Supreme Court of the said State, in its Probate jurisdiction, on th8 12th day of November 1914, to John George Hodgson of Man dooDQ in the said State Farmer one of the executors named in and ap pointed by the said Will are hereby required to send particulars in writ ing of such Claims to the under signed, at his office, hereunder, mentioned, on or bifore the 1st day of March 1915, after which date the sa...

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Wilhelm the Only.—His Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 January 1915

Wilhelm the Only.—His Speech. Translated from a German memo- l randum found in the German Ecaper I or's personal waste basket. The original has been presented by the finder to the British Museum. Oh me, Oh my And likewise I ! Sit still, ye churls, while I orate, Me, I, Myself, the Throne, the State. I am the Earth, the Moon, ihe Sun, Both Hemispheres am I, All rolled in one : Oh my 1 If there were three the three I'd be. I am tho Dipper, Night and Day, The North and Southern Poles, the Milky Way ; I'm they that walk, or fiy on wing, Or swim or creep—I'm everything. It makes me tremble like the aspen tree To think I'm me, And blink like stars up in the sky, To thinx I'm I, And drink in terror like a frightened elf, To realise that I'm myself. Ye blithering slaves beneath mine iron heel, What know ye of the things I feel ? Did'st ever wake at dead of night, And stand in awe of thine own might ? God took six days to make the land and sea, But centuries were passed in making me, The Uni...

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CRICKET. NUMURKAH v NARING DIPNUMURKAH [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 January 1915

CRICKET. NUM.URKAH v NAEING DIP NUMUEKAH J Dolphin, b Eliason — — 0 A Marshall, c Donald, b Gray — 4 G Sfcaggard, run out — — 0 N Sutclifie, lbw, b Eretwell — 4 Warne-Smith, b Gray — — 2 Kittson, b Heyme — — 10 Tyres, b Heyme — — f — 0 Oates, b Heyme — — f — 13 AkerB, b Gray — —f — 4 Leahy, not out — — — 1 Beardon, c W Lynch, b Heyme — 0 Sundries — — — 9 Total — — 47 Bowling—Eliason, 1 for 4, Crow 0 for 1, Gray 3 for 9, Heyme 4 for 11, Fret well 1 for 13 NAEING DIP. Crow, b St8ggard — — 4 W Donald, b Kittson — — 1 Eliason, b Tyres — — — 15 Heyme, c Warne-8mith, b Marshall 16 Gray, o Staggard, b Tyres — 14 Jones, c Warne-Smith, b Marshall— 0 J Cirnie, c Beardon, b Tyres — 7 Fretwell, lbw, b Staggard— — 8 S Carnie, b Tyres — — 6 Donald, b Tyres — — — 4 W Lynch, not out — — 1 Sundries— — — 11 Total — — 87 Bowling—Kittson 1 for 7, Staggard 2 for 22, Tyres 5 for 15, Warne-Smith 0 for 6, Oats 0 for 15, Marshall 2 for 11. SHEPPAETON v WUHGHNU. i'SHEPPARTON. Shea, c Howell, b Quinn — —12 Da...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 January 1915

- FOR - TOO ? - Just a Suit or a Mcpherson suit ? Which for yon? A fenJ-l-s? HcPEER>ON Soil with its splendid fir, or the other kind of snit—or—in other words, satisfaction—or months of disappointment, Ekher is yonr?—which for YOU ? DECIDE ON A SMART M c P H E RSON SUIT CALL IN. If yon want satisfaction, yon want a MePHERSON Suit. Before y^u decide—call or send for Sammer patterns cot from the many rolls of smart sailings at McPHERSOK'S. They have been specially selected for this locality and are goarauteed to wear well. There is oleuty of hot weather ahead. Don't lose comfort—decide on a McPherson Salt TO-DAY. Here, too, are the Hats, Shirts, Ties, etc., You Need Don't think of Hats or Mercery without thinking of MePHERSON'S. Here are the styles you Deed and at prices you feel justified in paying. The window display is proof see it ; a. Mcpherson, EXPERT TA 1I.<! IS, Klc IXUMCRKAH To Keep Your Teeth a Lifetime. Yon who wish :o ; r; e: v e your teelh—koc-p tbern soHT a...

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