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The Zillah Harrison Entertains A FINE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 February 1914

| The Zillah Harrison Entertain A FINE ' OMPa^y The above company played to * . honse on Monday nigh*, hot gramme annomed was ^1Tea ' f? enirety, and each artist w93 /■ wi'h vigorous ra »nifestaii-in fi D-.^ Miss Z i ah hUrri-ron war the - stit ,. f rmer. When she appeared nere „r< {■jar years ago, shs won the r^? *" hearts by her simple an»2scted aod her glorious voice. T ie ft./! retains, and the latter has bJ' greatly, a a til now she is .Qoe svreete.-t and most ea-ciive singer; * have visited as for some time, -p.'.... whi failed to attend the concert tpT a treat in her numbers, Mr Wading has a fine bass voice, he uses most effectively in song; e' rol'icking order, and in dnets with i EUrri?on. Mi-S Dorothy Stewarto. light songs in a dainty manner, "v the aoiience iiked h-r immensely, v" Molly McUafce, described as Anstnt champion dancer, went far to zz> that repntation, for so • is a clever gr-vc-fol art:st, and " the boys'' ,1 keenly desirons of her appearing . t...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 February 1914

To the Editor. Sir,—'Tis said that any stick is good enough to beat a dog, but one woaid have" hardly tbonght that the starling would be the meanr of whipping this question Into life. It may be thought that Numurkah and its people deserve sympathy on the water question, but is it so 1 For some 20 years there has been no advance, aud the question which some of yonr correspondents ask is. Is it going to remain so 7 It is safe to assert that it is not, bat will the alteration come from Numurkah folk or will it be forced upon them '] There is no town better situated tor obtaining so valuable a thing as an ample supply of water, yet the necessary action to give this supply for some reason Is not taken. The water may be obtained from three sources—the Murray, the Broken, and the Goulburn River schemes, and it Is to advocate the latter that this letter is written. It is not only in Nn markah that the water question is caus ing deep thought, but from there to the Murray at Barmah many miles...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Yalca Harvest Home Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 February 1914

Yalca Harvest Home Picnic. (From out Correspondent). Well, this annual outing has come and gone. It was as pleasant as usa-1. Uf ooarae, there was the weather. To des cribe it brings to our recollection the story told of the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, the celebrated American divine, when on one hot Snnday morning he stood on the platform of his tabernacle and, wiping his face, he said, *'1 It's damned hot'—such were the vnigar and obscene words I heard nsed by a re spected member of my congregation on my way here this morning." Anyhow, it taires an adjective of some kind to make the meaniog felt. To say mildly, " It's hot," does not give any idea of the influence of Old Sol when doing about 110 in the shade. However, a small thing like that did not stop hundreds from taking the onting. Onr first call on reaching the ground was on Purveyor H. Wilson, a valiant member of commirtee who for some years has won through the I heat and burden of the day affably dis ; pausing beverages to the ...

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NARING SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 February 1914

N A. RING SOUTH. A very pleasant afternoon was spent last Saturday, when Wanghnn tennis and cricket c'nbs both played matches at Narlng. Wanghnn tennis clab beat Naiing South by 4 ga^es, and the Wanghnn crloketers beat Naring by 9 rnns After the matches refreshments were handed round to nearly 100 people by the willing yoan ' ladies present.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 February 1914

J, M'Narnara 6e Go's SALE FIXTURES. Febraary 27—Clearing sale, on aco. Mr Geo. Geo. Lirobrick, Waaia 27—Numurkah stock sale 27—Lease by anction, Nnmurkah, 411 acres, Strathmorton. acc. G. J. McKenna 27—Sale of St. Patrick's Race Booths 28—Oobram stock sale March 2—Unreserved clearing sale near Muckatab, aec. of Mrs Duffy 8—Immense clearing sale, Waaia, on aco of Mr W. Stanger, senr. 4—Katamatite Stock Sale 4—Sale at Katamatite of 745 acres in Boosey, acc. Mr Patrick Whitty 5—Natbalia stock sale 6—Nnmnrkah stock sale 6—At Numarkah, Lease of 849 acres near Wnnghnn in the Es tate of James Yoang, deceased. 7—Oiearing Sale. Waaia, account of Mr E. Husking, 9— Picola stock sale 10—Nnmurkah pig and poultry sale 11—Important clearing sa e, Waaia, acc. Mr J, Henderson End March —Subdivisional sale of 8 acres, por tion of the Presbytery lands NARINGANINGALOOK. MONDAY, 2nd MAEOH. Absolutely Unreserved CLEARING SALE 15 HORSES, 32 CATTLE, SHEEP, IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE, etc. J". M^AMARA & ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 February 1914

WELL .VSD STROXCJ. IT, What a grand thing it is for women to feol wel' and gtrone ? The Ladies' College of Health has brought forward a - home treatment that has r\»to~ed thousands to good health at a trifiine cost. Those in terested can find oat all about it if they send two pcnnv stamps to Dept. 47, Ladies' Oallege o! Health, 46 Elisabeth-street-, Mel boaraa,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 February 1914

An editor who started 20 years ago with 25s is now worth £10,000. His aocnmnlation of wealth is owing to his frugality, srood habits, strict attention to bnsineeB, and the fact that an nncle died and left hitn £9998. SOROSES HAIR TOITIO. This preparation is nnanrpassed as a hair food and dandrnff preventative. J. little sprinkled on the head night and morning, and gently massaged into the soalp, renders baldness impossible. Soroses Hair Tonio will absolutely grow hair, and prevent it from falling onb. It imparts a beautiful glossy sheen, and brings out all the natnral brightness of the hair. Price 3s 6d. Obtainable at all ohemists and stores. NUMURKAH St. Patrick's Racing Anrausil M©©ting. TUESDAY, 17th MARCH, 1914. OFFIOJAT-S President:—M. Kelly, Esq, Vice-Presidents Messrs P, Deane and D. J. Reilly. Judge :—Mr R. G. Sellcck. Starter :—Mr J. P. Barritt. Handicspper Mr W, Hill. Clerk of Course :—Mr VV. Quinn. Olerk of Scales Mr P. Leahy. Measurer of Ponies :—Mr R. VV, McCrabb. Stewa...

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Subscriptions Received. We beg to acknowledge the following subscriptions to THE LEADER to December 31, 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 February 1914

Subscriptions Received. We bs^ to acknowledge the following snbscriptlons to Tee Leader to Decem ber 31, 1913 Mrs ML Moroney, Messrs T. H. Wot* land, E. Crawford, John Birrell, Thos. ; Hopkins (to March 1, 1916), 0. E. I Thomas

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LIBERAL SOLIDARITY. SELECTING LIBERAL CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 February 1914

liberal solidarity, &elie-g'j- ld.be s ai_i candidates. There a iTsrr fedkstSca that s great soinfeal baitfe t- at Lssd. Tie last SiSC- oi SOS - W<XX2?.~ WTES21 is the. sks isSs-Httiii of sil Eg Lixi»c orsasA costaissd IrtSe of say eosseqaease ssre recestad casts to areas. A gals sad again. ss this nags sad on that, it v*rsid ssnbere of toe JAtos Parry that tbsy be is tbsr pfsaas ready to igit. detarnfsed to wis. There a no decbc, thst the reefy -Hill eg pesos p-i: the patty has !ss irs: Sss, Icq bsrdred tbr-nssnd sdzl: nnssslsts, too may be ragsrdai S5 regcisss. sad beifnd than it has ns refernteers. Hsscfer is *= kkeJy that sohdsrtty -will be seccred is the Liberal ess p. The three cheal leasees hsre nnrtai to saecs caamisiae fx- the sx Senate seats wkfeh wS be reeaos when. the doc-hie dssofatsoa cocaes- Tie srrsag'^sgi.sasri- fee tbs sefectjo-n oc she six sre necessary nsder the party sysaa fecred oa AnssrsSs by Labor. Ksch of the three kasoas— The Wastes*; iva...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 February 1914

ACRES Of H^fc-Ci&ss Wheat Laze. ,„I ?C m .'£$ggST£AX> YaBUS 5a Froa 694. to 1159 Acr-es Saih Oa th* P-sils^j :~icr c-rznr-rre-i trsa "Wpirtig to Lake C=d giihcc, 1CS,W. ALL IMPROVED, s-i -II COST, LITTLE sc prepare for tie pic-tun Siinfiit 1 ~ kdas. Ho REKT to B&y for 5 years, SO kicg &■ IffiprorsossSE so skscTsItk are pas oa. M-ikg orsr IS* &ca yasiag ^cgsq ores IE say apply, Psreass csa Mass chi'drea Appnre >E->o f~e of £X cossre all sfcshtocks. Ho *~ed So sneed tbs baHot Arplirs-ko ksiss, plan-* acd all park-re: are tr-rtn t-5^5 nrSSDiT sexs S^d 2£or:h H. J. GLEN NY, H?» Socsh WaAs Land Are::: Ofee •' aod DepcS—Frrx-Si-=er, rear BsC*sy Gs4s. NTMrEHAE. iaJ^Cssoe Sc. 5, b'ssszr'rah. HI6IKUSS SUITS ?QR SUMMER WEAR. SfTios C>a>csffi Stcck :i Srrr —sr S-H-r-rn rcc jkcr ifckcd.a. Lipi: Wssia. FafiLiaosKs Soiree sod WwrfynH. Correct Cat arc Fk:-k REDCSS A5D SADDLE T»Z30S Ck* are r=araoi&=d re ^rsar. HE'W RASGF OF TUSSORES SILAS A53 ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 February 1914

Welding B-=Us. SMITH—TYBBS, A, ~ery F-="7 wsciiar.. i.-i z-= ■ -is? crbvtsd & gnM d=*l of Boerest, -cck plsce st tbs ¥-zzzz?bzh. Metho dist Cacri.'__c- v. sda«csy, 5Li: Jsna&ry. 12= com arias earn?? ststp Cocitsc-e D £i. biotto. to C-s'. ?o« (rCd«- see ;f Mr Sri Mr? £ f Assi c, of s=2 Mii"- M. a. Tyrs®. -5~gb'?-* c.' Mr =zi M'= JT=. Tyres, cf D-rmcan. _ Ire : leg siirerzii-- vre xUt x. G. Traecsr," se^Lr-cC 07 lie Se~ ?■ i Ivory. The bride -as Boxy strired :z 1 | rrearr drrhess sarla, viih rioh. crrer- j | drass cf silk sizars _l«e* bag 1 pointed train aimed vita ?reach ! boots, taoi-eme scsrf siti. fringea ! mi the utd -rasih. sod ve£L The briiam side Misses H. xyres ; sn--i B Srsitbj rtere dressed alike fcs : mass g'k, -fiisd »iih arsm est ; isce. scarves c! sstir rikbna. Pearls _ i erers vera is rite hsiz viiii gocc j } efbd. | Th~ bride travelled is s oo»t *sd ( ! skin ci ass sxc i pep "is, rrkntnee | vith Ueck sod create oetxoir, rciar, | — g- sod gs-;b cf 0 ren...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 February 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS. ^—jr:oi ;crs =rr~ ic-r:-?. H-f.?** .i-i-'-T iZZTii ~l~iZZ > r ? :: i.:i : ::c-.rf :'~ ££-: : =1 - If? :: £:*•. *.:.rir? Icl:-: ir-:n - : ?r'-;, ~7k : rrr* \ —z~~ t: :S•: ri ::il:j *: ■ iicrf rrb?-» 3 see; — Prlz? issry ? :■*! 7•:••.. zdz psc* j: Sf?. ;~r? ! -s.0-: v. -=-:*, ~lzz\ i tizz j is.:' zzz iziizzz: 5r: — Bscs.f ii—3 :.-: ziZTj iizs £ I 12 - ; £: 17-t-i : crl—i ~dzz~. il- £■:• : Tz~- nzz:.-. zz.zz± £*—. IL'r'ziL 3-i C:. rdcin ; —*5 :c:ci —Stssrs lis lis: sTipE. £7* :cci?: -rr-:ir ; : 7: • *: -J 2 •: ; i-c:zzs, 15? :: IT* ?::£="■■-—rrv-t. i-If :c £{? ; rxtrs 4T; *: -M; : "'ecs £■:? *- =:■? 3iccc.r*3-—£r? 7Ss; snr-s,, 73? cr- £2= ; a*. £-= sx; -t-?, 1 3i3d*~ir:\-?-7~5 zzz ~v.g:zzj list zz ; £7 2c; : ~rcrrr. £-4 :c £-4 If*; 1 rzzzz rrcr, s-3 17c, ~ 1

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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 27, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 February 1914

The Numurkah Leader Established 1895. A Farmers Paper, published in the in- terest of the rural community. Every Friday, one penny. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1914 The annual meeting of the Numurkah Presbyterian Church will be held this evening, at 8 o'clock. A good deal of important business, including the elec- tion of various officers for the next 12 months, is to be transacted, and a large attendance of members and adherents is looked for. A meeting of the agricultural society committee will be held on Saturday (to- morrow) afternoon. This being the last meeting before the annual meeting takes place, it is hoped that as many members as possible will attend. A meeting of the Caledonian Society was held on Friday evening, the Chief- tain (Mr. W. A. Campbell) in the chair. Formal business in connection with the recent gathering was transacted. A letter was received from Mrs. Ross to the effect that the society was under a misap- prehension in regard to the accommoda- tion of the ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 February 1914

MARRIAGE. KENDELL—SUTTON. — On the 11th Feb- ruary, at "Korong," by the Rev. W.   Clemens, Reg third son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rendell, " Longfield," to Dorothy Maude, second daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth   Sutton and the late George Sutton, of Ulupna. DEATH.   SAXTON.—On the 26th February, at Nu- murkah, of meningitis, GEORGE GRAY, the beloved youngest son of William and Agnes Saxton, Knight-street, Shepparton. Aged 27 years. In Memoriam. KENNY.—In fond and loving memory of JAMES KENNY, who died on February 29, 1912 ; also MARGARET SPENCER, died on February 16, 1912, sister of the above. " Gone to a better home." —Inserted by his loving wife, A. Kenny, and daughters, Rita, Annie and Mary, McCoy's Bridge. Funeral Notice. THE friends of William Saxton are re- spectively invited to follow the re- mains of his son GEORGE GRAY SAXTON, to their last resting place, the Numurkah Cemetery. The funeral will leave Mr. John   Paterson's residen...

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CRICKET, DRUMANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

CRICKET, DRUJUNUBE. A Stephens, b Johnson ... .„ 68 C Gordon, c Johnson, b Staggard 1 Allen Gray, b Tyres ... ~ ... 7 Ad Gray, c Marshall, b Staggard ... 26 J Crozier, b JohnBon ... ... 2 Jas TyreB, c Tyres, b Marshall ... 6 I Tyres, o Johnson, b Bennett ... 45 H Tyres c Lee, H Staggard ... 10 G Burkitt, b Staggard ... ... 0 — Crozier, b Staggard ... ... 11 J Sullivan, not oat ... ... 2 Sundries... ... ... 6 Total ... ... 181 Bowling—W Tyres, 1 for 44 ; G Stag gard 6 for 59 ; R Lee. 0 for 14 ; A Mar shall, I for 18 ; v Johnson, 2 for 13 ; W W iliiamB, 0 for 17 s W Bennett, 1 for 2. Ncmurkah W Tyres, b A Gray ... 21 R Lee, rnn out .... ... ... 13 W William", b Ad Gray ... ... 14 G Staggard, ran ont ... ... 1 A Johnson, b Ad Gray ... ... 0 A Marshall, nob ont ... .... 18 W Bennett, b A Gray ... ... 0 SandrieB.„ ... ... 10 Total 72 Bowling—Ad Gray, 2 for 28; A Stephens, 0 for 25 ; A Gray, 2 for 9. SECOND ROUND. MARCH 7 Muckatah v Naring Dip Wanghnn v Tonanmite Numurkab v Katamatite mar...

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SOROSES LIQUID FACE POWDER. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

SOROSES LIQUID FACE POWDER. In these days of oab of door life motoring, golfing, boating, eto,—a re liable and harmless liquid powder Is one of the necessities of life. Soroses Liquid Face Powder is found by experts to be a perfectly invaluable preparation and a deolded Improvement on the old-fash ioned dry powder. Besides improving the appearance it aots as a shield to the delicate skin of the face against hot winds, dust, smuts, and other extraneous matter. Price 2s 9d. Obtainable at all chemists and st-nres.

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Grants to Municipalities. ROADS AND BRIDGES VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

Grants to Municipalities. EOADS AND BRIDGES VOTE. The annual allocation of the Par liamentary granb bo asBisb municipali ties in the construction, repair and maintenance of rondo . and bridges was announced on Wednesday by Mr Hagelthorn, Minister of Pnblic Works. This is probably the lasb of each alK'O-»r.i' ns to he made by tb Public Works Department, for as soon as 'he operations of the Country Roads' Board are in fall swing the scope which the annual vote has covered will come wibhin bhe pur view of the hoard. That has, to some extent, been done already, and as a resulb the presenb vote is in the aggregate substantially smaller than it has hitherto been. Last vear's granb amounted to abont £40,000. This year it is only £24 050 Among the amounts voted are :— Numurkah Shire —Towards r- pair of bridge over Skeleton Creek, £'00; council to expend £100 additional. Sheppartou Shire—Towards metal ling road leading to Dookie College, £150; oouncil to expend £150 additional. Tungamah Shir...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

NEWS AND NOTES. Marriages for quarter. — Jan- 29 b, Alb°r>- Hawker to Hannah Muriel Cr oks. Feb 24th, John Phillip Russell to Alice Pi kington. Holy Baptisms and Cburcbincs—Nu murkah, Feb. 28th, Franoia William Luhke. On Ash Wednesday night the Rector inaugurated a aeriee of week-night Len ten services, which will be continued on Wednesdays till Easter. To-night Rev. a. G. Horner will conduct the second, and will take as his subject " i he Nature of Sin." The Rector will condnot sinoul • fc meously a servioe at Tailygaroopna. Last Sunday the Bishop preached at Stvaf-htnertou, Katunga, and Numurkah. Notwithstanding the fact that his Lord ship's health is giving us grave anxiety just now bis sermons were as forceful and vigorous as ever, and ought to do great deft' of good. Pari-hioners are notified that.Matins will be 6aid at St George's Cburoh daily at 7.30 a.m. during Lsnt, except when the Rector is away from the district.; When service is to be held a bell will ring at seven o'...

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EDITORIAL. THE BISHOP'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

EDITOEIAL. THE BISHOP'S VISIT. Our Bishop did not dwell very lone In any of bis addresses in the district upon the Story of our Lord's Temptation, which was the Gospel for the day. But all his remarks were carefully ohosen to thnnlhtf mt.u the princiPal appropriate thought for the season—SIN in its many shapes and attractions and insidiousneas. in the morning sermon the life of Lot was chosen to illustrate to us the power of covetousness. the hovering around the worldly, possessions, the gradual drifting, drifting, drifting, until the terrible voice ot the angel •• Flee for thy life," It i8 easy to gradually geb accus-omed to con sorting with the evil inhabitants of aodom, easy to get into their ways and to drift down without knowing that we are drifting. Ifc is easy to mix ourselves with evil companion", to get to laugh, it may be. at their failings, then to find them rather attractive, never dreaming all the while that we will ever be partakers with them. Then when we hear the war...

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Subscriptions Received. We beg to acknowledge the following subscriptions to THE LEADER to December 31. 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

Subscriptions Received. We beg to acknowledge the following subscriptions to The Leader to Decem ber 31. 1913 Messrs M. Oallen, John J, Patterson (Yaloa S.), H. W. Barnes (to Nov. 27, 1914), F. Britton, P. Fitapatrlck,

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