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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 February 1914

• MSTKI.T INTELLIGENCE, (Krmo Our Own Oiirrijispiiiidencs.) NATHALIA. At tha last meeting of the agrienl tnral society, Mr Geo. Tnckett un nonncpd that he had definately decided ' • ruli cqaiah 'hu aocutary^hip of the

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Temperance Notes. (Contributed.) LLOYD-GEORGE ON THE GOOD SAMARITAN [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 February 1914

Temperance Notes. (Contributed.) Lloyd-George on the Good Samaritan •' Wh havo many charities in this county, and they are .charities to repair the ravages of strong drink. "We found hospitals, slmhouses, charities of every description—aocioty haa beoome a good Samaritan to cure the wounds of strong drink; but I toll you there ia one thing bettor than pouting balm and oil into the wounds of r.ho man who falls among thieves, and that is to resoue him from the thieves thomsolvog. And thoro is one thing which is hotter than rescuing from the thieves, and 'hat is exterminating the whole ef the hand." A Needed Experiment. "My d oar cirl," exctavned oil elderly lady, "do you know th it the man you are intending to mirry drinks heavily and gambles "Yo s I kn-uv ; I'm going to marry him to reform him." "Listen t' mo. my child. Try one ex periment before you do that," "What nxporiment 1 " "Take in washing for a week, and seo how you like it."

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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MEETINGS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 February 1914

MEETINGS, ETC. Sunday Next—Harvest Thisnkscivicg Numuikih and Strathraerfcon. HOLY COMMUNION, NUilURKAH, 7.30 a.m. Religious Iustru ition—R utor visits Stat- sonool — Tuesd'-ys, Nuruurkah (weekly) 9.15; Wednesday, Invergordin and My wee 9.15, Strath mecton 3.30 (all fortnightly). Marriages—By appointment (except in Lent). To avoid poseibie inconvenience, the Hector desires early notification. HYMNS for next Sunday (Sex igcaima Sunday), 1S6. 2S2, 290 193, 380, 381, 582, (H 0. 311, 319, 324). Subject: "Harvest." Meditation for this week : Rom. 5, v 12.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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NUMURKAH SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 February 1914

NUMURKAH SHIRE COUNCIL The ordinary monthly meeting of the Nnmnrkah Shire Council was held on Tuesday, when there were present:— Ors Campbell (President), Thornton, Purdie, Furze, Meiklejohn, Maloney, Ross. Gordon, Tuckett, Ball, McDonald and Moss. Oorespondenoo. From Mrs He> mistun, 'rawing atten tion to the sta'-e of draiu in McDmaid street.—Action to be taken to prevent drainage flowing on to* the street. Frcm Vermin Destruction Depart ment, acknowledging receipt of copy of letter received by the oouncil from In spector Marshall, and asking why same had been sent, as, unless the wording of the letter was not justifi d by facts, no reason was apparent for taking ex ception to it. — Received. From Shepptrmn o 'tinoil. convening a meeting "f Goulbhrn V.lley tnunicipili ties to di>0''ss matters like'y to he raised "when the Country Road-* Board visits the Valley.—President to attend conference From Jas. Griffiths, asking to bo re leased fmm his contract to work the road grader,...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Katamatite Methodist Circuit. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 February 1914

Katamatite Methodist Circuit. Rev. J. J. Brown, of Wangaratta, de. livered hi3 popular and instructive he. t'ure on "He ad and Faces" to a good con. gregatiou at Katamante, Du albalnue, and Youarang on 5th, 6th, ard 7ch insts. The lecturer, despite the g-e vt heat, suc ceeded in holding the interest of his and. deuces, and often evoked more than n ripple of laughter. Additional interest was added by the fact that Mr Browu is one of the pioneer Methodist ministers of 'the Gfoulburn "VaUey. Fully 30 years ago he rode over an area which included Shep parton,- Katamatite, Nurnuikah, Natb alia, etc.^ His many friends were da lighted to' see him and to talk of the good old day3 when there were no poets and wire fences to impede the progress of the bold and resourc-ful rider. When, for example, he rode across country from Shepparton to Youarang—his first trip— :>nd found Mr Lawrence in hi9 padlock, and the day was misty. It is gratifying to know that Mr Brown is e joying health and s re...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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EDITORIAL. LENTEN OBSERVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 February 1914

EDITORIAL. LENTEN OBSERVANCE. In the first part of the Prayer Book there is a "Table of Fasts and Days of Abstinence." Under this heading may be seen "The Forty Days ot Lent," "fho Ember and JR. .gation Day-," and " Every Friday in the year except Christmas Day." The me'uing of a Fast Day, as gi en in various d'Otionaries, is "a day of religious f isting," or "a day of humilia tion and prayer," " special abstinence en joined by the Church" (Chambers). The Church lay6 do.vn uo set of rules as to HOW wo shall carry out this injunction, but leaves it to each individual to fa^t in one way or another, BuT TO FAST—to makB some act of seT-denial daily in hiB living which will bring him more in touch with the Master's life. Acting on the advice given in pastoral Lenten letters from t'-eir Bishop, many Church men and women in these days keep the Fast accor ding to the suggestions oontained in these epistle*. One will make it a rnle ti go without flesh foods on Wednesd ys and Fridays ; anothe...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 February 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Methodist ' 'bitboh.—Services next •S-i'id iy a- fpi'.n*;—Numurkfth 1', Wuughnu 7.30, Cougupaa vVast 3- Rev Trnem-ui ; "•Vunsiijnu 11, Mr Cook ; C-'bram 11 and 7.30, Konnoouioo 2 30, R>v Y'j i; B lulkivn tuYn U, Naring 3, Mr Q Fowler; Baulkamsu d' Sth 3, VIr Glonny; Btuilkara mgh Sth 7 30, Bun hartha 3. MrGdiwell; S-'rathm-rton 3, XIr M srtindale; Marungi 11, Mr Rowa ; Kisri»ba 3, Waaia 11, Numurkah 7.30, Rev Hiatt; K :aim.tite 2. Duubulbdaua 7.30, ilr Dolarue; Katauiatite 7 30, Dun bulhabuio 11, Youaamito 3, Rev Roberta; Y'Hianuiir 11, Mr jDevenish PRESBYTERIAN ClIUKCH.—St>rviC63 will be oonductrxi next Sunday as follow ; — Nuuinrkah 7.30. Waaia 11, Yalca 2 30, Rev. J. A.. Lee. Cobram Charge — Ynrrowxyah 11, Naming Gobraox 7, Rev Harvey. Church of England—See Char oh of Rnirbuxi column. Methodist Church, Nathalia Circuit— Services ■will be held on Sunday as follows — Nathalia (S T.) 11, Kotupna (S.S.A ) 3, P cola North ( J,T ) 7 30, Mr Jackson,; Yalca >out...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 February 1914

I don't say there's any harm in a man taking- a glass or two, so long as he can stop at that—I take one myself when I feel I want it—but what I do say is—a fellow that doesn't know where to draw the line is the sort of chap as ought never to touch drink at all. As a matter of fact, since my old woman commenced to use Robur I don't seem to care much for anything else. I just take a cup of tea whenever I want it; and I never have a headache or a dry mouth in the morning. Everybody who uses No., i Grade Robur seems to like it—1 know I do, and so does the wife, and no end of friends 'of ours that we've re commended it to. 77ir Foiiceman

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 February 1914

NEWS AiNTD NOTES. Attention is drawn above to tho Har. vest Thanksgiving Services to be held next Sunday at Nuinurkah and Strath merton. At the latter place the Rev A. G. Horner will preach in the raorniDg and will then proceed to Katunga, arriv ing at Numurkah for tho evening Service. We would like to reoeive offerings of grain, sheaves and farm or garden pro duce, and to see as many workers as are needed to suitably arrange them in the Churoh buildings To those who cannot give produce aud who have benefited in directly by the bountiful harvest around them, there is an opportunity of express ing their gratitude to the Lord of the. Harvest by making a golden offering to wards the maintenance of His House. The special Psalms for next Sunday will be—Morning, 144, 145; Evening. 65, 104. • fhero w.ill be four special prayers—For Praise "and Thanksgiving, Grace and Glory, and for Christian Missons. These prayers, authorised by the Bishop,"are to be found in this month's Diocesan Chronicl...

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KATAMATITE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 February 1914

K. A. L A. M _% i'i t'E. On Friday last a fire broke out in a dwelling owned by Mr 8. Gornford aad oecnpied by Mr R. Lee and family. The fire h«d a strong hold when first noticed by Mrs oe. who had jnst, time to stive her chsI iren A.U their belongings penahed in'he fir •, and aa thj property w .a Dot insured the io*s is serious, The nnii'din-r which w»s one of the oldest l«ndinarka in the dis'riot, was formerly oconpi-'d by rim ]a e .VIr Splatt. The orii>ir! of the fi e ia not known

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 February 1914

THE DYSPEPTIC'S HANDICAP. Tilts dyspeptic 13 gireiy ban baapued iu this life. If he ia-a tusn h' caru't beep pace with 'bis fellows because of the weakness, the dep/ession, and the suffering that- indiges.ion inevitably brings in its train. If a woman, she often finds it impossible to carry out, the daily household tasks, or meet the demands of a basino33 occupation be cause headaches, distressing bilious at tacks, palpitatation, and sleeplessness are spoiling her life. The eff ctive remedy for dyspepsia proved by time and world wide nse, is Mother's Saiget's syrapvi the herbal .toivc and restorative forstomacb, liver, and bowels. It is composed of the extracts of more than ten different varieties of roots, barks and leaves, which in combination are wonderfully effective in dispelling indigestion, bilious ness, and the many distressing ailments which follows in their train. Mrs Helena Rasmosson, writing from 141, Union street, Newtown, N.S.W., on January 8th 1913, says .— " For seve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 February 1914

Greatest event which Ins ever hap pa eel in Numnrknh ! Wna. ? Why, QUO VADIS. When ? To night. Where ? Open-air of course. If wet ? Ttiou in Mechanics', *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 February 1914

Guenihei's f haimaci] —_ for „ ■ Proscriptions, Family Reeipies, loa Nynl'a and Sigma Remedies and Amateur Photo Snprlies. First* aid Booii | Eva aw Shoald be In every i Bassa home. 1 Tells what to do in all emergencies Cloth bound, Price, 2a fid. Staving Cream Soap, Johnson s Makes Shaving a pleasure. Makes a oreamy non-drying lather superior to soap. Soothing, antiseptic. Price, Is tnbe. Mbsos's Baby Powder For the nursery and toilet. Is. Sigma Tools. A vegetable tonic combined with Glycerophosphates. Gives relief in Neuralgia, Nervous Debility, Loss of Appetite, Anaemia etc. It's the ideal tonic for all who are ran down, Price 2s. Result Tablets for Junket The best Tablet on the market. Sold in glass tubes containing 24 tablets each. 9d. Cftfflata Gold Cream For Sunburn, eto. A pleasant oool ing and healing application for the skin. In tabes la each. Sarsaparilla fi Sulphur Tablets Popular old time Blood Purifier. Useful for clearing the complexion, Is box For making a sweetly pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 February 1914

HOTEL - Burke Street (A!££DaTo.BP) Melboutm The 3itaation is too well' known to need comment. Srery thing aadsr the direct sap-'Tision o^ the Priorietor, assisted by a most com petent staff. T i \nt Paatoraliat oar First Consideration. I rspeatfally;8oUoit a Trial. A. DONALDSON, PROPRIETOR, GBfiSBAi. BOILDKR JiMXLYlLLE SBTEET, WuMOBKAH Icture Framing a Specialty. Repair 1 fefiiecnted is all Branches of the Building •f, "Trade. Monumental Tombstones and s,jHLl Bailings, at Lowest Possible Bates, Hearse, Mourning Coach, Etc. 'Phone 82. • O r'-b isiacSs TIE LI MA ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY REPAIRED. HARVESTERS A SPECIALITY. Wood Work Made and Repaired. • Agent for T. Robinson's Famous FEDERAL HARVESTERS AMD ALL FARM IMPLEMENTS. jOBK KET BAILS. s. d. Wivier.'* Special Crown S 6 i4J>I.S.D." Special ..76 Stoc.-::i:t £u: sewn ..76 Duke's Match .. .. 6 6 44 Prinze ' .. ..6 6 •• -■ 5 6 Hercuiea, silk sewn .. 56 14 Ti •;tor hard use $ o | Den.jn Match .. ..46 3pVtSt-r " irather ..40 f Eclipse ...

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Numurkah Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 February 1914

Numurkah Water Trust. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday when there were present -—Corns Futza (Chairman), Thornton, Meiklejoho, Campbell, Ma loney, Ross, Purdie, Gordon, Tuckeit and Moss. Correspondence. From Water Snpply. Oommi'slon, stating that the quantity of water being diverted at Casey b weir is considerably in excess of the proper allotment, and should be sufficient to maintain the flow of the creek to Numurkah- There was no objection to a temporary increase, provided Shepparton did not. require its full allotment.—Com Moss said it was a remarkable thing that at this period of the year a larger volume of water was being sent down the creeks than was availabie during the e >rlier months. It all went to show that a new agreement was necessary. —C-'m Moloney agreed. If the proper quantity had beeu sent down there would have been no shortage. The Chairman said it was no use measur ing the water at 0 sey's if it was divertad into channels afterwards...

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The Numurkah Leader ESTABLISHED 1895. A Farmers Paper, published in the interests of the rural community. Every Friday, one penny. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 February 1914

Established 189?. A Farmers Paper, puoliHtied In cue In terests ct the rural community. Every Friday, one pennv. Friday Morning, Febutary 13, 1914. A meeting of the horticultural society was held on~Friday evening, Mr H, J. Pearson (President) being in the chair. The resignation of Mr W. Plaucke »9 a member of committee was received with regret, and he was th inked for help given in past years. Mr Jas Davis was appointed secretary to the society. The dare of next show was fix-d for April 3, and a most cmphreheipsive prize list has bee dra vn up. Th. President; an nounced tlia Mr . F. Ly -ns of Essen don, had offered a viluable prize for best collection of cut flowers, «-me to be won twice. Mr LyonR was thanked for his generous offer. Routine business was trat sacred, and the meeting closed. Regul >r meetiugs will be held until the date of the show, and it is the desire of the committee that all interested In horticulture shall attend. Country people i Make a special ef fort to at...

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G.V. Freezing Works. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914

G.V. Freezing Works. A commencement has now been made with the cou.etruofcion of the Qoulburn Valley Freezing Works near Bhepparton. The ra-lway sid ing is in band, and immediately bhab is completed the buildings and maohinery will be pushed on wibh. The works are contracted bo be com pleted ready for operations by Sept. 1st next—in good time for the Rea son. Suction gas engines of 187 B.H.P. are being installed to drive bhe electric generator and the 60 ton refrigerator; electricity is being generated for driving the fans whioh circulate the cold air through bhe freezing chambers, and for driving the various pumps and conveyors on bhe works, A boiler will bo installed to supply steam for the boiling down workB and the manure plant. The buildings will be very compact, and with the different electric conveyors to be put in labor will be Raved and the plant will be c >pable of very economical working. It is intended during the slack period of bhe year to handle rabbits and poultry ...

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Dookie Special Horse Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914

Oookie Special Morse Sale. J. McNamara and Co. rsporfe We held our special horse sale for the year at oar Dookie yards, when there was a splendid yarding of good horses. Se veral Melbourne merchants, dealers, and Goalbarn Valley buyers were pre sent, as w°ll as loosl buyers, and we have pleasure in reporting one of the most successful sales held at Dookie for some time, over two-thirds of the yarding being sold. Competition was good for all clases of sound horses, use ful draughts selling exceptionally well, buyers for this class being unsupplied. Taking right through the sale they compare favorably with our closing s de of 1918, Heavy draught geldings, 6 and 7 yea.s, £40 to £42, the latter price being obtained for a fine gelding bred by by Mr P. Qiinu, Useful farm gpldings £28 10s, £80, £31, £34, £36 10s,.and £87. Ordinary dranght gel dings £23 to £27 ; medium draught mares to £80 ; draught colts and fi»lia? medium £17 10s to £21, agsd drsngnts mares £11 to £18 ; poniss £10, £11, t...

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THE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914

THE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. To the Editor. Sir,—1 notice that it is intended to have gnessing competitions at the next show. Sorely, S:r, there is ro Deed for £ntrodnoing this qnestionable practice into onr flower show. What on earth has it got to do with the growing of lovely flowers, the tendency of which is to ennoble and beautify, whereas gnessing (a mild form of gamble, may be), in the sense under notice, excites the selfish and lessens the se'f reliance which is so ranch to be wished for. I hope the committee wiil pan6e and maintain the show on the highest level.— -Yorcrp, ptc , LILY.

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914

To the Editor. ' Sib,—It is desired that the articles now appearing in your paper under the above heading will have the necessary effeot, and that we shall scon sea a for ward movement in the direction so much to ba desired. In this connection it may be in keeping to point oat how far we are behind in the matter of tele phone facilities. For instance, neithsr of the medical men arc oonnected, or the police station Again; why have we not got an aii-nigbt service? Surely [ with all the committees and societies in the town (somewhere aliont 30, I think, the Rev. Williamson m?de them np some time ego) we sbonld now be able to get a move on in this and many other needed improvements which will tend to beantify and make onr town what it conld easily be—attractive and a oride to be a resident of. ■Yours, etc., HOPE SO.

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