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UNLOVELY NUMURKAH To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914
UNLOVELY NUMURKAH To the Editor. Sir.—In common with mauy others, I am anxiously awaiting the laying down by A esthete of a practical' scheme for the beaatification of Numurkah. I take ib, though, that we are concerned not so much with making Numurkah a place of beauty first, but a more desire able place to live in. There are many ways in which this much-dasireed re sult could be effected, but first of all we must get rid ot the apathy that at present, and has for some years, held the townspeople in its grip. When Aesthete has propounded his scheme, I will probably have some comments to offer. My object in now writing is to suggest to the Park committee the de sirability of holding a sports gathering in aid of the funds. A programme conld be arranged in very little lime, small ptir.P3 being given for nnregisteied pedestrians, with a libers! sprinkliug of events for ohildten and romg panp p. Then many novel events ccnld be in eluded. Easter is rapidly approaching, and Eaeter Monday c...
SECOND BOUND. FEBRUARY 21 [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914
SECOND BOUND. ?EBEUlSr 21 Harlng Dip v Wunghna Maokatah V D-amanara Youanmita v Katamatite Kumarkah a by a yESEUABT 28 Wunghnu v Maokatah Dramanure v Namurkah Katamatite v Nariog Dip Yousnmite a bye kaech 7 Muckatah v .Naring Dip Wunghnu v Yoaanmite Numurkah. v Katamatite I£iKOH 14 Naring Dip v Youanmite Drumanucc v Wunghnu Namurkah v Maokatah Katamatite a bye
THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914
THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE. " Life" for March contains a special article of exceptional interest describing the wonderfal operations performed by Sir Arbnthnot W. Lane— a famons London snrgeon—in short circniting the intestines as a care for extreme consti pation and diseases dae to it. After describing this operation, Dr Lane states thht he made investigations with the object of discovering something that woald render the need of operations nn necessary. This he fonnd in parrafin oil, which, he says, acts as a perfect inter nal lubricant, and removes waste pro ducts without acting as a purgative and weakening the natural digestive flaids. Dr Lane coatinaes :— '' There is no donbt that if the nse of paraffin oil were a daily habit the heahh of the hnuaan race would be wonderfully improved. It excites no mnscle nor stimulates an? nerye. It simply lubricates a defective drainage system until it becomes t-ff-o tive. Chi dren may take it as safely as adults, Mo3t children should take it. W...
OUR WATER SUPPLY. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914
OUR WATER SUPPLY. (To thQ Editor ) Sir,—The condition of the weir at the present time is such that a large j number of residents are apprehensive as o what might happen if steps are not -p edily taken to remedy it. For months past thousands of starlings have made the trees overhanging the weir their ro sting pi ce, and the! droppings f&lt;om the birds have pol luted the water to such an extent thaf it is t"tally unfit for even or dina y domes"ic purposes. The r*eds. too, are givi g ' ff a thick, ugly look ing scum that must be injurious to those compelled to u;e the water for drinking purposes, which many resi dents are forced to do, The st nch -rising from the wat?r of an evening is unbearable. I ask in all humil cy that the trust take some steps to remedy these matters as speedily as possible. — *' ours, etc., AN'I I-FIL TH. (To 'he Editor.) 8ir,—P would be interesting to the p op'e • f Numurkah to see again in priot the promises made by Mr El wood Mead and Mr Grahun, Mini...
YOUANMITE v. NUMURKAH. YOUANMITE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914
YOU AN MITE v. NUMURKAH. YOSTANHITE. J Tidd, o Le9, b Marshall... 20 J Clurey, b Tyrea... _ ... 22 M Clnrey, not oat... ... 81 T Pariah, o De La Rue, b Staggard ... 65 H Goulding, o TyreB, b Da La Rue ... 4 W Clnrey, b Staggard ... ... 0 C Shiels, b Staggard ... ... 12 J Cornford, b Staggard .., 4 D Clnrey, not oat ... .. 1 J Collier, b Staggard _ ... 4 S Jeffrey, b Staggard .« ... 0 Sundries — -» 6 Total for 9 prickets ... 169 Bowling—VV Tyres, 1 for 43; R I&lt;ee. 0 for 20; A Marshall, 1 for 33; A Do .La Rue, 1 for Id; G Staggard, 5 for 48. NCJIUEKAJt. W Williams, b J Clnrey ... ._ 24 M Leahy, b J Clurey ... 1 A S Marshall, b M Clurey._ 8 W Tyres, o J Clurey, b M Clurey ... 19 G Staggard, lbw, b M Clurey ... 2 A Da La Rue, b M Clurey.-, ... 2 R Lee, b M Clurey ... 7 A Johnson, not out ... 82 Sundries ... ... 6 Total for 7 wickets ... 101 Bowling—J Clurey, 2 for 18; S Jeffrey, 0 for 25; & Goulding, 0 for 7; T Pariah, 0 for 14; M Clurey, 5 for 15; J Tidd, 0 lot 16.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914
SOROSES LIQUID FACE POWDER. In these days of oat of door life— motoring, goifing, boating, etc,—a re liable and harmless liquid powder is one of the necessities of life. Soroses Liquid Face Powder is fonud by experts to be a perfectly invaluable preparation and a decided improvement on the old-fash ioned dry powder. Besides improving she appearance it acts as a shield to the delicate skin of the face against hot winds, dust, smnts, and other extraneous matter. Price 2s 9J. Obtainable at all chemists and omres.
KATAMATITE v. MUCKATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914
KATAMATITE v. MUCKATAH. I In this match J. N". Crow Became! the hat trick, taking three wickets with, three successive balls. ( Eatakatite. O. Eliason. c M. Parne!l,'b P. Parnell 26 S. Barnes, a Jones, b M, Parnell 10 1 J. Rickersoo, c J". Parnell, b P. Parnell ... ... ... 6 P. P. Sprsgne, o Jones, b P, Parnell 4 Q. Wilshire, b S. Parnell ... 10 L, Tsit, b J. Parnell ... ... 17 A. McLean, b M. Parnell ... 12 W, Eliason, not oat ... ... 1 J. K". Crow, not oat ... ... 29 »\ fleyme, lbw, b M. Parnell ... 8 A., Chalmers, b M. Parnell ... 0 Sundries ... ... 7 Total ... ... ... 180 Bowling—M. Parnell, 4 for 29 ; J. Parnell, 2 for 62 ; P. Parnejl, 3 for 13 ; J. Jones, 0 for 17 ; J. Barron, 0 for 7. M COS AT AH. P. Parnell, c Heyme, b Fliason ... 16 J. Parne'I, b Eliason . . ... 0 J. Jones, b Eliason ... ... 0 J. Brajstreet, b Heyme ... 0 M. Parnell, c Tait, b Crow ... 16 T. Brown, c and b Eliason ... 4 Jack Parnell, not oat ... ... 6 J. Kennedy, std Barnes, b Crow 3 J. Barron, b Crow ... ....
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914
CHURCH SERVICES. Presbyterian* Church.—Services will be conducted next Sunday as follow: — Numurkah 11 and 7.30, Drumanure 3, Rsv J. A.. Lee. Oobram Charge—Naring 11, Yarroweyah 3, Cobram 7, Bev Harvey. Methodist Church.— Services next Sunday are as follow:—Numurkah 11, Wunghnu 7-30, Naring 3, Bev Hiatt ; Numurkah 7-30. Bau'kamaugh Sth 3, Waaia 11, Bev Yeo ; Wunghnu 11, Kaa rimba 3 Mr W. Fowler j Cobram 11 and 7 30. Koonoomoo 2 30, Rev Tmeman ; Baulkamaugh 11, Mr Jaffray; Baulka maugb Sth 7-30, Mr Groen; Strathmerton 3, Mr Tyres; Marungi 11, Congapna West 3, Mr Caldwell; Bunbartha 3. Mr Boe ; Katamatite 3, Dunbulbalane 7 30, Youarang 11. Eev Roberts; Eatamatite 7 30, Youaunaite 3, Mr Roe ; Dunbulba lane 11, Mr N. Lukies. Church of England—See Churoh of England oolumu. Methodist Church, Nathalla Circuit | Services will be held on Sunday as follows —Nathalie (S ) Yalca (H.T.) 3, Picola W, (H,T.) 7 30, Rev. W. Clemens: Narloka 3, Nathalla 7.30, Mr Tregaskls ; Kotupua 3, Mr Shilcock ; Y...
CRICKET. NARING DIP v. DRUMANURE. NARING DIP. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914
CRICKET, NAKING DIP v." DRUMANURE. Narihg Dip, R. Tate, b Sleeman ... ... 1 W. Donald, not ont ... 26 R. McGeod, b Allan Gray ... 4 F. Lands, b Sleeman ... ... 2 C. Gray, lbw, b Sleeman ... 0 I W. Buckley, b Allen Gray ... 8 J, Miller, b Allen Gray ... 2 Jae. Carnie, b Allen Gray ... 1 W. A. Donald, c Sleeman, I? Gray 0 F, Frotwell, b Allen Gray ... 0 G. Lynoh, b Sleeman ... . ... 0 SnndrieB ... ... 6 Total ... ... ... 50 Bowling—A. Gray, 6 for 10 ; L. Sleeman, 1 For 17 ; BteyedS, 0 for 16. DstJMA&UBE, Slevsna, run out . . ... 2 Sleeman, o W. A, Donald, b Fretwell 5 A, Gray, o 0. Gray, b Fretwell ... 17 A, W, Gray, t Fretwell, b 0. Gray 4 Cromer, e MoLeod, b C\ Gray 0 I Bitchie, b C. Gray ... ... 0 1. Tyres, c J, Miller, b Sands ... 8 i ■). Tyres, 3 Bnck'ey, b Gray ... 10 I R. Gordon, not out ... ... 27 ' G. Barkit, b Gray ... ... 0 | H, Tyres, b Gray ...' 4 Sundries ... ... 7 Total ... ... ... S4 Bowling—C. Gray, 6 for 20 ; Freb well ; 2 for 2S ; Sands, 1 for 11 ; Don ald, ...
The Zillah Harrison Entertainers. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914
The Ziiiah Harrison Entertainers. Concert lovers of Numnrkah and district wid ho pleased to learn that Miss Zillah Harrison will make her re-appearance in the local Mechanics' ou Monday night nexw Miss Har rison will be remembered by those who attended the last concert given in Numnrkah hy Miss Kate Rooney, as she was hilled as supporting the great singer. On her first appearance Miss Harrison cap ivated the aud ience, and during the night, judging by the applause, it was Miss R oney who did the supporting, as Miss Harrison was recalled no less than hree times f reach of her numbers, | Judging by reports of N.S.W. papers, j Miss Harrison has lost noue of the I charm with which she made herself a 1 favorite on her former vi;ir, and she will doubtless m--et with a very warm reception on Mondry night, Sup porting Miss Harrison is a very re fined company of vets >tile artists, in cluding Miss Dorothy Stewart, a sonbrefcte; Mr Reg. Hastings, society entertainer and comedian; Mollie Mc...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914
NEWS AND NOTES. In the Nnmurkah Sunday-school Library there ia a complete change of books. Some eighty or more books were received in excellent condition from Holy Trinity Sunday-school, Nathalie, and our books were sent over there. There is, therefore, plenty of new reading for our scholars. The library subscription is one p-nny a month, and there will, we hope, be renewed interest and member ship by reason of our venture. Last Sunday the Rector exonanged ser vices with Rev A. G. Eorner, of Tally garoopna, who conducted Harvest Thanks giving Services at Numurkah and Strath merton. Next Sunday Rev W. A. Wil liams, the curate-in-oharge of Cobram, will preaoh at Strathmerton in the after noon and Wuoghnu in the evening, lhe service at Wnnghnu will be the Harvest Thanksgiving. Next Sunday week our Bishop, Dr Arm-trong. will preach at Strathmerton in the morning. K itunga Hall in the afternoon, and Numarkah at night. The " Heralds of the King," Wunghnu, at their last meeting, decided to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914
Commonwealth :of Hustualla HEAD OFFtOE SYDNEY mi. R» * •. D«:. ■' ir ail -aw. v GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE SU.'LDINQ, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alts ^J^oeT, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Ilobart, Rr.-b&ne, Kockhatr.pton, Townsville, and London, Cab'.t retnltt-aaott made to, and drafu drawn on fcrr-isn r'-.-r- dirvot. "-reign h:'.!s negotiated and collected. Letter. M credit i.sued to any part o! ine worid. BiiU negotiated or forwarded for collection.^ Bart's and Exchange Btuineet Of every description transacted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened Interest naid on fixed deposltt Adraacei made against approred securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Contra! Office I 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the above cities and 2,OOQ Agencies at Pest Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from 1- to £303. Interest at 3", per annum. D« pes Its or Withdrawals mar be tr.ad. at anr Bram.h or Agency within the Commonwea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914
Jfl., HOTEL - METROP Mi 8 nr^e Street (A^«To.up) Melbourne, The Sitaasina is too well known to need comiuont. thing aader the direct sapc'vision o^ ths Proprietor, assisted by a most com petent staS. C i J ? is iltiiciliafc iii Pastaralist -T ' oar First Consideration, — I rspeotfally-Solicit a Trial. DONALDSON, proprietor. FUBNIgEJBB UHDBiBTiKEB AHD fiEKSttAj. 3U1IJ3SE Mlii.7iLl.IS oBT'BST, KUMOBKAB ■Fietn:.- Sremiag a dpeciaity. Kepsir ^executed la all Branches of the Building Iju .0, Koiiuruentai Tombstones and ^Link"!1,, r.t Lowest Possible Rates, is-Bearse, Mourning Coach, Etc, r'Phone 32. J. O. PIPER, - YIELXMA. General Blacksmith* ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY REPAIRED, HARVESTERS A SPECIALITY. Wood Work. Made and Repaired, fig" Agent for T. Robinson's Famous FEDERAL HARVESTERS AMD ALL FARM IMPLEMENTS. ^''•Jl If^.B /S£-* v. ^? ... a imC ii/iip'i ty*v W ^0i frS^i -*• &lt;£ •TV Pi W r-v-—**-• ] CRi Si KIT JSAI,Lh. s. d. Wi-. ^ r s Special Crown S 6 " M i.i Special .. 76 Stoo :...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914
In lenmriam. SPAUL.—Tq loving memor y of our dear mother, who passed away on February 20, 19H ; also our dear Father, wh > died ISth -April, 1910. •'Gone, but not forgotten'' —Inserted by R. S. and S. J Spaul, WISELY,—It lovin? memory of Nellie, | who died ISth February, 1913. at T&lt;*Ly gsroopna. he went across the river, and through the golden gate, To her bright home in glory, and left us here to wait; And for awhile the shadows grew deep and dark and drear, When onr da-ling crossed the river, and lert us waiting here. —Inserted by her sister and brother-io law, D. and L. Ashton. SpexCER—In loving memory of Margaret Spencer, who passed away on February 16th., 1912 ; also James Kenny, cn February 27th., 1912. God saw when their footsteps faltered, WheD their hearts grew weary snd weak ; So he bade them rest for a season, For the pathway had grown too steep, —Inserted by her sister and brother-in-law, K, and E. J. Donovan.
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914
MELBOURNE A1ARKETS, Adamson, Strettle and Co. report:— Stores.—Good sort3 were again scarce. Best lengthy scon stores making 28s to 38s ; others from 22s ; slips, 18s to 26s; suckers 12s to 15s. Porkers, Prime, -42s to 47s, few to 50s ; prime light 35s to 38s; few second quality at store prices. Bacon Pigs.—Prime heavy 68s to 75s, odd pens to 88s, prime me dium 65s to 72s, prime light 50s to 55s, half fat and interior from 55s. Back fatters. —Best heavy fats £5 10s to £6 10s; prime weighty, 80s to £5 ; rough and inferior from 50s. Calve?.— Fall supply, prices firm. M'Phail Bros & Go. report:—Stores —Suckers 12s to 16s; slips, 22s to 27? ; strong stores, 46s to 50s ; seconds, 15s to 17s Porker?.—Prime. 42s to 47s ; extra 48s to 50s ; I'ght, 3Ks to 42s Baconers —Prime, 68s to 753 ; extra, £0s to 83s ; with few at £4 and over. Backfatters -Prime and weighty fats to £6 10s ; weighty, £3 Ss to £3 8a; .rough from £2 IPs,
EDITORIAL. LENT. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914
EDITORIAL. LENT. Again Lent is very near—Wednesday, 25th Feb., is Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. From time immemorial the Christian Church has always hallowed this season of the year with fasting, with prayer, and wi'h almsgiving. During these days we commemorate the tempts- 5 tion of our Blessed Lord in the wilderness. I Most of the Protestant bodies after the Eeformation, as soon as they wore formed, threw aside and rejected the observance of penitential and festal seasons alike, but the Ohuroh of England, true to her Catholic traditions, held to the ancient customs. In the Prayer Book a special Service was appointed for Ash Wednes iay oalled the Commination Service. If vS« days of Lent are spent as the Church ' '■eots, as days of special prayer and self. ~ nisi, we shall be indeed preparing our waives, not only for s happy Eaeter hsre, , but also for a far better and happier Easter hereafter. Tear after year wo are thus told to keep Lent, and yet what poor Lents most of us...
MEETINGS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 February 1914
MEETINGS, ETC. Friday, 20th—-Choir FraotiGD, Ntimnr' fcab, § p.m. Sunday Nest—HOLY COMMUNION, NS MURK AH. 11 a.m. Harvest Thanks giving Service, Wunghnu, 7.SO. Wsdnesday, 25th—Special Set v ice, Hnmurkah, 8 p.m. Says of Afcatinanes this mcntb. 25th to ■ «ad. ' Religious Instruction—Sector i-isits St&fce-sohool — Tuesdays, Numnrke.L (weekly) 5.1S ; Wednesday, Invergorden j and Mywee S.15, Strattmerton S.30 j (ell fortnightly). I Marriages—By appointment (except ic j Lent). To avoid possible inconvenience, j the Rector desires early notification. j | (HYMNS for next Sunday Kguinqua gestma Sunday), 273,255, 210. 172, l£S, 210, 186, 282, 380, 3S3, 3S2 (E O. 311, •319, 824). Subject—Kumnrkah, "The Work of Lent." Wunghnu, " Harvest."