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THE SPORTING WORLD, BARMAH PICNIC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914
THfc SPORTING WORLD, BARMAH PICNIC The Baraiah picnic races wjre held• jTew Year's Day and were wa!i attend as n=nal, Except in a conple of eve: the fields were large and the contests an exciting nature. The roost fortuns owner for the day was Mr M? , Martin, rhyra, N.S.'-V,, who won the Twc-ys, o'i event with Catamount and the Mo r-ty Stakes with K.ey!op. The?- s: in a - ? were ridden in each case Py Mr £ 0 weil, who also rode his own horse: victory in the Moira Handiest::. £ winning three races in the aftemo n 1! Coweil pat np a spiendid per'",inn >nc. The publican's booth was nnder the c?. of Messrs Kelly and McConnell, Esc? ha>k, who appealed to find bas:a? bri-k, and Mr E. Clarke was in char; of the luncheon stall, Senior-Consist. Brown and Constables Fenton and C. La Rue were on the ground and ren derei good service to the cinh. Ever member of the committee appeared t: know his work, and did it well, sa: the long programme was run through i; srood lime. Except in the Bra...
STRATHMERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914
STRATH MERTON. •Yt about- 9.30 Tuesday evening, : 30th nit., a fire broke out in 3 bedrc at Mrs H. E Curtiu's boarding ho: Strathmerton. The fire was caused an explosion through the fames tron bottle of methylated spirits coming contact with a lighted match, t room was immediately ablaze and L ..t not been for the presence of c. shown by Miss Nellie Garcia the w'c: building mast have been destroy This young lady plnckily foagbt dimes until she was ably assisted b> nnmber of willing workers who s-; quickly on the spot and the fire ; quickly exticg fished before any seri: iamage wa3 done to the house, abbot, a quantity of va'u-b'e wearing appr was co«>p'Jte!y ie-troyed.
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. KATAMATITE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. (From Our Own Oorreapoadents.) KATAMaTITE. Afe noon on Monday last everybody in this town had their attention turned toward Forestai's 0ote!, no?, altogether for the pnrpose of quenching a thirst, bnt to discover what the commotion was. For a few seconds nothing ooald be seen for the dnst, and the noise resem bled the bolting of horses, attached to waggons. It was soon discovered that two whirlwinds had mat nnder the ver andah of the hotel and were playing havoc with the building, sheets of iron were hnrled on top of main bnildiug, and the remainder of the verandah, which was aboat 60 feet in length and had a froutage to two streets, was a complete wreck. Many trees were also uprooted.
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914
CHURCH SERVICES. Presbyterian ..Church.—Services will bo conducted next Sunday as follow : — Nuniurkah 11 and 7.30, Druruanure 3, Rev J. A. Lee. Oobram Cnargo—Naring 11, Yarrowoyah 3, Cobrani 7, Rev Harvey. Methodist Church,—Services next Sunday are as follow:—Nuniurkah 11, Nariug 7 30, Rev Hiatt; Nuniurkah 7.30, Baulkamaugh Sth 3, Rev Teo; Wunghnu 11, liuirimba 3, Mr W. Fowler; Wunghnu 7 30, Mr "White; Cchram 11, Mr Dovonisb; Cobram 7.30, Naring 3, Marungi 11, Rev Trueman; Baulka maugh 11, Mr G. Fowler; Haulkamaugh Sfch 7.30, Mr Green; Katunga 7.30, Strathmerfon 3. Mr Jaffray; Marungi 7.30, Mr G. Williams; Kaarimba 7 30. Bunbartha 3, Mr Caldwell; Congupna West 3, band; Waaia 11, Rev Yen; 7 30. Mr De La Rue; Koonoouioo 2.30, Mr *rthur; Kat.auiatit* 3, Dunbulhalano 7.SO Youirang 11, Rev Roberts; Katamafc te 7.30, Mr Devenish; Dunbulbalane 11, Mr N. Lukier.; Youantmte 3. Mr Roe. Church or England—See Church of England column. Methodist Church, Nathalie Circuit— Services will be held o...
Stock Sales. Messrs J. McNamara and Co. report having sold and delivered during the last month the following lines:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914
Stock Sales. Messrs J. McNamars and Co. report having sold and de'ivered during the last month the fallowing lines 35 220 pwob and wethprs for various owners in Yarrawonga and Berrigan dis tricts 27 900 fab lambs for export purposes, for various ownerB in Goulburn Valley, North-Eastern, and Riverina districts 9333 ew>s, R Bn'len, Shepparton 2742 wethers, same ownnr 1244 ewes and lambs, Jas Loan, Nu murkah 1220 wethers and ewes, Bourchier Bros, Strathmerton 1070 ewes and weaners, Wunnamurra Estate Co, Pinley 856 ewes, Langunyah estate, Tocum wl 873 wethers, M Whinfield, Bimawm 735 ewes. P Kerrins, Kialla 6S0 ewes and wethers, R H MoClelland Nathalia 649 ewes, M J Breen, St Kilda 645 ewes, H Haines. Berriean 600 weaners, Ross Bros, Arcadia 593 weaners. W H J Campbell, Ulupna 586 lambs, P Renins, Kialla 576 ewes, J J Feehan, Bunhartha 566 ewes and lambs, M P Troy, Shop partnn 560 ewes, M Delaney, Marungi 560 ewes, S M Lees. Tallygaroopna 530 owes, W Gardiner, Ooagrove 528 I'mbs. J M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914
Pi "S - ^ uirely Mb, but ihcy caus •ci.Mailt torture.- This is espec Ty l! i.e in the case of those \vh 'cc- ever so slightly' constipated - ea.n be quickly anil pernun. ■ i:i• y cured, without pain," cut tin i. •:i ik.tentiQii from business. Tin iias l.-teu proved in thousands c cases in both sexes, and of all ages and in the very worst as well as in ordinary cases. No one who has not suffered the L.,; Mien Us of itching, painful, and bleeding piles, can ap preciate for a moment the marvel lous sense of relief that follows the use of'dDoan's Ointment. Go at once and get a pot of this ointment, it will end your sufferings. Mrs W.' Stratton, Madeline street, Numurkah, says " For many years my husband suffered terribly from itching piles, the pain and irritation being something awful. He got no relief from his suffering day or night, and he had begun to think he would never be free of piles again. He was advised to try Doan's Ointment, and it was -ecommended with so much confi dence t...
BARMAH. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914
BARMAH. A mo3t enjoyable day was spent on Boxing Day, Mr Evans, of Barm oh, ran his s'eamer " Edwards" np the Murray River as far as Bnnoidig-Ts, some 73 passengers on board, and the trip was a very pleasant one. Mr Evan? intended running as far as Farrggaa Gardens, bat the river being shallow made this impossible. However, when the river is deeper, we hope Mr Evans will give as just such another day as Boxing Day. The party left Barmah at 12 o'clock, arriving at Bnnnidigga at 2.80. All hands brought provisions for a real picnic, aud we had dinner among the willows and rnshes. At h o'clock we left for Barmah arriving there abont 7. Anyone wishing to spend an enjoy able day at little expence should take a trip up the river. The lakes look v>ry pretty whilst passing by them in a steamer.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914
? Splj WHEN-' OUT | ss^y Q'SORTS L~...„1,.,.J Women who feel out-of-sorts, woarv, and depressed, are usually victims of indigestion. Relief from these distressing symptoms can be had by taking Mother Seigel's Syrup, which restores the stomach and liver to healthy activity. When food is not pro perly diSested il fer~ ments in the stomach, gives rise to poisonous gases which clog the system, and brings about that state of wealvaess and weariness which we call'' feel ing out o' sorts." But by toning up the stomach, liver and bowels. Mother Seigel's Syrup removes pains after eating, headaches, biliousness, constipation, and gives you the vigour of good health. MOTHER TT^r? 9 1 S¥MUP Sensible, Suitable Serviceable Gifts. SILVER WARE. A large assortment of bright new goods to ckoose from all sterling value in all the latest de-igne. The range inclndes :— Cheese Dishes, Butter Dishes, Peppers, Salts, Sugars, Tea Pots, H.W Kettles, Cruets, Spoons, Forks, Serviette Rings, And many others ^EL...
TUESDAY'S GREAT STORM, [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914
TUESDAY'S GREAT STORM. A cyclonic storm of more than ordin- ary violence visited Numurkah and dis- trict on Tuesday, 30th. The heat of Monday and Tuesday had raised the registering line of the thermometer to 103 aod 104 degrees respectively ; the latter day being made unpleasant by reason of the dust and wind which pre- vailed. The storm was one of the worst that has occurred here and was accompanied by much thunder and lightning. The gale, while at its greatest, lasted for a space of about half-an-hour ; but during that period &nbsp; considerable damage was done, and 60 points of rain were registered. The business centre of the town did not feel the full strength of the storm to such an extent as the residents of &nbsp; ontside parts, for it was in a belt or strip of about half a-mile in width that its greatest ferocity seems to have been experienced. In and around the town the greatest damage was in the shape of iron blown from the roofs of several dwellings, while...
IN THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914
IN THE DISTRICT. Mooroopna had its share of the storm, and a large amount of damage was also done in various parts. A large portion of the iron roof was torn away, while a part of the balcony at the Royal Hotel was blown down. A large tree in front of the Commercial Bank was hurled to the ground, and a young man who had with horses and waggon been sheltered under its protecting branches had a &nbsp; narrow escape from serious injury, if not probable death. He had just left its vicinity, and hardly got away from its length when it collapsed. The orchardists at Ardmona, though feeling some of the wind, were fortunate in escaping the devastating influences so severely felt this side of the river, and practically no damage was done to their fruit crops. At Wunghnu, Marungi, and other places in that direction the storm was felt very severely, and mach damage was done to farmhouses, tanks, stabling, etc. The house occupied by Mr . Harry Fletcher, at Marungi, was unroofed, and a la...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914
LOCAL AND GENERAL. At 3 o'clock on Boxing Day morning a fire broke out in the residence of Mr. John Crichton, of Waaia, and the house with all its contents was burned to the ground. The house and furniture were insured for £300, but this amount will only partly cover the loss. It is with regret that we have to an- nounce the death of Mrs. Matthew Thompson, wife of Mr. Matthew Thomp- son, of Yalca. The deceased was a daugh- ter of the late Mr. Ralph Young, of Yalca, and came to the district with her parents in the seventies. A very old and respected resident of the Kotupna district passed away on Sunday, in the person of Mr. John Boal, after a long and painful illness. The tender of Mr. V. Gray, of Nathalia has been accepted for the erection of a hall on behalf of the Presbyterian Church, Numurkah. The price is £563. Numurkah Fire Brigade were repre- sented at the Cobram Sports on Boxing Day, but were unsuccessful in any of the events. The first prizes went to the Mooroopna and Shepp...
NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 9 January 1914
NA.THALIA. Seasonable presents appeared to be the order of the day last week, except in the case of your unfortunate scribe whom Father Christmas appears to have for- gotten. Perhaps a reminder in your next editorial might wake him up. Amongst the favoured ones was the Rev. G. Gladstone, who still guards the morals of the Nathalia district. Some of his supporters laid violent hands on his baugy, trundled it off to Mr. Binger's, and instructed him to renovate it from stem to stern, and where necessary pro- vide a new lock, stock and barrel. The practically new turn out was brought to the Parsonage on Christmas Eve, where a little company had gathered to honor the occasion. Mr. Robert Murray, of Barmah Township, as impromptu chair- man, in a few practical remarks made the presentation. Mr. J. Black, of Yalca, said that Mr. Gladstone could be relied on to be at his post in all weathers, and consequently the people felt it a pleasure to repair the buggy. Mr. Wm. Toppins added to the con...
Obituary. MR FRANK KEYES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 16 January 1914
Obituary. MR FRANK KEYES. We rQofpfy to unnmjnoa the death of Mr Frank K^yen, ol&Eat soa of Ur F. J. Keyea, •' P. This sad ©?ent occurred about half past eight a en. on Satu day morning This- pases ore of 'he b'ightest kindest and mo«t promising y-'ung lives wh > could claim Nathdia as hi - native to n. was ore whose kindness of disposition and thoug • fulnesa,. for ores en deired h m to ev-ryone. All through his sahool days college aod unirer -ity c- ursea the medic 1 pmfj«sio whs the g »• whi h was almost reached as he ha only to go up for the final OHmina'i n when his heal'h br ke d&lt;>« n he bes nried c 1 kill and nur ing could not tay the insid ous c urse of the d sea^e, an ' it -as p paren for some lime past that his days o-i this earth were numbered, • t iwenfcy two years of s.ge h a broken heart d parents, brothers and sisters, end other r latives b sides his innu merabl frien sh^d-toae him p ss to thai bourn - whence no trave ler re turns The r m^ins ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 16 January 1914
IT IS A MASTER OF FACT. That baekaohe, rheumatism, got", nenrslgia, bladder troubles, stone, gravpl, lumbago, sciatica, ntfvon-iieBB, d'azinesB are caused by diseaaed kidneys. Many men odj! women look upon symptoms of theae ailtnenta M trifling. But no symptom of kidney disorder ia trifling, for it shows that the kidneys are h i ing to filter the poisonous nrcid teid front the blood, and this is the beginning of tnoBt diseases. At the first sign of kid ney disorder, b-^in wish Doan's Back ache Kidney Pilis, they cure every form of kidney trouble because they are i spec'al m»*d'cine for the kidneys, Mr. Thomas Ball, late porter at Numurkah, now living at 215 Rosa lyn-street, West Melbourne, says :— " For a long time I have been taking medicine for gravel, but did not de rive any benefit until I tried Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. My secre tions had always been in a bad way, they scalded, contained a heavy de posit, and would not pass freely. I am glad to say that Doan's Backache Kidn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 16 January 1914
The KABO sets up a new standard in Corset value, and provides at an every-day price that which is high-grade and the acme of perfection in style and quality. Without question the KABO is the finest l" ^ Corset value. It is loop-laced, has no brass eyelets, cannot rust, break, or tear, and is boned to give that much-desired grace of movement and attractiveness in style. Your appearance, your comfort of mind and body, depend on your Corset. See the New Season's Styles 88 fe Be Always See the Newest Styles at BROWN, CORKE & GO'S , NUMURKAH a — hi i■iimiii 111 ■'!miiiii millii nil i ii n S One's j Reputation | is what people 1 Suppose it to be. | One's Character [ is what people j have Proved it to be. I I t j Hearne's 1 Fj Trs*° j. mmanm ! Cum J Enjoys both nn I Excel'en? ' -potation and an • Irrepr '« Character. Personal Recommendation is the Bes " '•••• cement, and tl-.H- it wi:y Heame e has i> ToP - man*; >' •-«"& I'roiicti il fLllOf Cui* 0 is the Finest Remedy...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 16 January 1914
Open-air Theatre. COOL, COMFORTABLE, COMMODIOUS. next~show, Friday, January 2B. PRIOE Is,"CHILDREN 6d. Doors open 7.30, Commence 3, MJMURKAH AMUSEMENT CO. H, R, BA&EB* Sc&i SOCIAL A^D PRESENTATION A PRESENT 4 Tl_fW SOCIAL Ltk> and DANCE will bp tendered Mb SSRS W. and A, DEVINE In the Katanga Hall, on ■fiday? January 23rd, 1914 Nun Bubsi-riber-., §j 6d Ladies, B-isket, A. SCILLEY, H»n. See. jy|ECHANICS' INSTITUTE, NUMURKAH MQBID&Y HEKT, dAfiJ. 19. First appearance in Nu-G-fch of iO'S MEW Minstrels. Minstrels. Headed by the Famous American Musician, ATTRUSS KU@KSS« POPULAR PRICES. This is a clean entertainment (the outstanding; feature is the presentation of the delightful old plantation melodies) and most not be oonfounded with so* called " vaudeville shows." ST. GEORGE'S Tenth Asnaal OPEN-AIR^ FETE. NUMURKAH RECTORY GROUNDS. January 15. 13 and %7&lt; The Gathering of tho Year. A lan bar Stalls, Biograph, Suppers, Brightness, Valuable Prizes. Groun...
Important Land Transactions. HIGH AVERAGE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 16 January 1914
Important Land Transactions. HIGH AVEKAGE PRICES. Messrs J. McNamara and Co report SiaviDg sold daring the paBt ten days;— On bcg oi George Jackson, 840 acres in the parish of Talca, at £9 5a per sore, to Thomas McCarthy. On aco of J. McBurnie, 402 sores in the [.parish of Picola, to H. Vale, Jcinr, at SS per acre. 251 scree, parish of Picola, aco of Jsmee Hawks, to A. J. Grintar at £10 par sore. On aco J. Kenny, ?5 aores, parish of Btrathmerton, to P. J, Patterson, at £8 15ti per sore. Total acreage, 134S acres for £12,604, making the high average of £9 5s 6d per acre. They have al60 sold township property in Blake-street, Nathalie, John Robert son, and leased 320 ceres, parish of Kstnnga, for James Loan.
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 16 January 1914
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. (ITrcuj Uar (Jwa Oorroap nHoulg.) NATHALIA. Since your issue of the old year, wherein you bade your readers a prosper ous and happy Kew Year, there have been many happenings in the distrioc— some joynng, a- me sad—which in the ordinary course would have been noted, but your correspondent felt that ppsca would not be sufficient after the holid iya io give publicity to all of these. There in— i—mil some pars appear iu the present issue. An alarm of 6re canssd a tremor to run through the hearts of householders away from their homes on Thursday morning, but nothing worse had happened than Borne cases near an old Bhed in the yard of Messrs Gurran and Go's having got abla'se. The brigade tarned out in force, and the little oonflag was soon extin guished. At the onrRot tViai-n won ° supply of water. It is said. that the Yaloa harvest home pionic is to be as up-to-date as formerly. It is proposed to hold the same on February If at the old spot. At a meeting held at Mr...
Important Land Sales. Kilpatrick and Co. Pty. Ltd. report having effected the following sales since their last report:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 16 January 1914
Important Land Sales. Kilpatrick and Co. Pfcy. Ltd. report having effected the following Bales since their IaBt report :— 4/1 acres, parish of Strathmerton, acc A Thomson, to r Allen 26S acres, parish of Ulupna, acc H Carmoain, to J Waser 302 acres, parish of Tallygaroopna, aco A J Milh 40 acres, acc A Moneahetti, to R Bren nlon 300 acres, parieh of Dunbulbalane Bale of buainesE, Strathmerton, on acc D Brereton, to H Carmosin Lease of Court House Hotel, Nathalia, aco I Fredman, to Mies A Haig, late oi Strathmerton Acreage, 1881 aorea. Total sales, ■£13000, In drawing attention to the above sales, we wish to inform property owners that we still bave a number of clients wanting land In the Gonlburn Valley and Eiverina, so we shall be pleased to re ceive particulars from anyone wishing to dispose of their property.
KATAMATITE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 16 January 1914
KATAM ATI pe. The annus! mealing of the Katamatite Race Olub was held on Saturday lash at Lease's Hotel. It was decided to hold the annngl raoes on Saturday, 2Srh Feb ruary, and the matter of ruuuing a spec ial train from Shepparton was held over for disouesiou at a later meeting, The dub intend making estonsive improve ments to the emend befors next meet ing. A. programme of ? events was drawn up and the following office-bearers werft.appointed for the ensuing year Presiden', Mr M. Kesdy j Vice-Presi dents. Messrs A. Barber, W, Foreatal Thos. O'Brien and A. Lease ; judge, Mr P. J. Whitty ; starter, Mr J. Oonlon ) clerk of scales. Mr Jae. Hughes ; olerk of couree, Mr T. O'Brien; pony measurers, Messro M. P. O'Dwyer and 0. Timothy ; treasurer, Mr. J. Ryan ; stewards, Messrs M. Keady, A. MoLeaD, P Whitty, M j P. O'Dwyer, A. Barber, P. Flynn, 0. Timothy, N. Timothy. J. O'Dea, M. O'Brien, A. McLean, junr. ; secretary, J Mr T. Hughes. |