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MEETINGS. ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

MEETINGS. ETC. Friday, 6th—<'hoir Practice, Numnr k»h, 8 p.m Choir Praotice and Bible Class, Wuoghnu, 8 p.m. Sunday nest—HOLY COMMUNION, NUilUKKAH, 7.30 a.m. WUNGHNU, 11 a.m. Wednesday, 11th — Lenten services, Numurkah, 8 p.m, Reotor at Myweo and Strathmerton. Religions Instruction—Reotor visits State school — Tuesdays, Numnrkah (weekly) 9.15; Wednesday, Invergordon and My wee 9.15, Strathmerton 3.30 (all fortnightly). Marriages—By appointment (except in Lent). To avoid possible inoonvenienoe, ' the Rector desires early notification. HYMNS — (2nd Sundav in Lent): 84, 86, 183, 279, 91, 277. 493 (H 0. 311, 31Sj. Subject— To-night, ' The Nature of Sin." Next Sunday, "Temptation.'" Meditation far this week—The story of the Temptation in t; e wilderness.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

WELL AND STRONCJ. T.What a grand thing it is for women to feol web and strong ? The Ladies' College of Health has brought forward a home treatmeut that has r estored thousands to eood health at a t'ifiing coat. Those in terested can find out all about it if they send two pannv stamps to Dept. 47, La lies' College of Health, ^QEdzabeth-street, Mel« Jjcuarno,

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Church of England Chronicle. (Edited for the members and adherents of the Church in the Parochial district of Numurkah.) Rector, Rev S. W. Williamson, ThL. Plan of Church Services for Feb.-March [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

Church of England Chronicle. (K dted tor the members and adherents ot the Church in the Parochial district of Nnthurkah.) Rector, Kev 8, W. Williamson, ThL. Plan of Chnrch Sorvicesfor Peb.-March 8 15 22 1 . — NUMtTRKAK mF mO MR mF ^.S. '2 30 p. ii eR eR eF eR Sl'RM'HDl'L'N aR MR eR mR ^ s. 10 a.m. WUNGHNU MR aF aR aF s s. 2 p.m. katunga aF aR aF aR s s. 2 p.m. 1 On above plan m stands for morning. . for afternoon, e for evening, M foi lorning Holy Communion, s.s. for Sunday-school, R for Rector, F for Mr Falconer, D for Mr Davis.

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Illegal Netting of Fish. HEAVY FINES INFLICTED. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

Illegal Netting of Fish. HEAVY FINES INFLICTED. Great inberest was fcaken on Wednes day morning in oases beard before Mr R. Knight, P.M, in whioh several district residents were oharged with nsing nets for the purpose of taking fish from the Baala Greek, Mr Free man prosecuted for the Grown, and the informant in each case was Constable Delarue, assistant inspector of fisheries The first charge read was against S'ephen Coombs, who did not appear, be'Ug. as was stated later by Mr D. O. Morrison, in Tasmania cn holidays. Robert Scott Callander deposed that on February 14 he saw defendant net ting fish in the Baala Greek near Mrs Ooupar's. Mr Freeman said the Government had gone to a great deal of expense in stocking the creek with fish on three different occasions, and if the practice of netting was allowed when the creak was low there would be no fish for anglers when the stream resumed its natural flow. The P.M. said the offence was a serious one. Anglers and shooters were deprived o...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

H. J OHAIN ME&JSAtfT. Machinsxyl&snriaca & Clanera ■ "tJomniiBsion Agent. DEPOT, FOB— i7-HA9,s&a Drilis, • nitivstors, E^r towu, Disc Piou-jbe, etc. SMSXg5^ ("LlUrat) Travelliucr C^g-cuttera Saw Leueher, 13<ggiug Machine-. n[<\ iflB Oil Engines F«.siilm&g &ima lu any quantity, THE CLYDE WH1TLOOK PLOUGHS, 3 and 4-furrc-T?s. Cenvertsble. Iaspebt Latest Models, DUPLIUATES & MACHINERY FIT TINGS SUPPLIED PROMPTLY. Jffociy to Lgnd sa Fssskold Sgo^sitr'. KNOX-STREET, ■ 'Phonb, No. 8. HIGH-CLi FOR —— p/7rp n §$iSLWLio New and Up-to-date Stock of Summer Saltlngs-for yoar selection. Light Weight,-Fashionable Shades and Materials,. Correct Cut- and Finish. REDURG AND SADDLE TWEEDS that are guaranteed to wear. NEW RANGE OF TUSSORES SILKS AND CRASHES. — THE MERCERY DEPABTE3EOT la replete with New Stocks, and is worth inspection. Shirts for everything —Dress, Lounge, Crioket, Tennis, etc. Latest Styles In Boaters, Panam...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. TALLYGAROOPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. (From Oar Own Correspondents.) TALLYGAROOPNA. A very pleasanb evening was spent at the Congupjia Halll on Frday evening last, when Mioses Lizzie aod Lily McDonald were entertained at a social gathering and each presented with a complete aod very handsome set f £ toil-t requi-ites. Mr J. S. Ren nick occupied the ohair, and voiood the genernl regret felt at the depar ture of the Misses McDonald from the district, The chairman's remarks were endorsed and supplement d by Mossrs MoKenzie, Osborne and Lay ton (Preshyterian minister), and Mr J. McDonald responded on his sis ters' behalf. Mu ical numbers and songs whiled away the first portion of the evening, and after supper, bounti fully provided by the ladies of the dis trict, had been partaken of, dancing was indulged in until early morniog.

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NUMURKAH AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

NUMURKAB AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, To the Editor, Bik,—There appears to be a certain amount of narrow-minded sefiishness or parochialism, in connection with the upkeep of the Numarkah Agricultural Society. What is the undoubted busi ness of every man on the land in these parts appears to be the interested business of but a few Mbdj unde served remarks are levelled against those who have zealously striven to guide the society through troublesome times, and it is no wonder they have become disheartened and disgusted at the oonduct of those who sit on the rail and pick loopholes in the manage ment of others who have proved the spinal cord of the society for many years. They have much to say in private ; but are absent or remain mate at general and executive meetings. But there are a'ways " gabbling geese" where settle ment prevails, The progress of the society have bsen Btifled by the lack of co-operation ; by the action of those whose blatant bickering behind the scenes cannot be too high...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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BEARII. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

BEARII. The semi-finals and finals for the ladles' trophy presented by the Tennis Olub, will be played off on Saturday, 7th Inst. Mr 0. Anderson has been appointed head teacher at th8 local State-school, as saccessor to Mr M'Cally, who has besn nominated by the Eduoation Department to a courso at the Melbourne University. It is not generally known that par celB sent to the city or suburbs by rail will be delivered by carrier to any address on payment of an extra fee at the sending station. For instanoe. parcels, boxes, etc., will be delivered to any address in the suburbs within six miles of the G.P.O. on payment of 6d, the parcel not to exceed 56lb. On the parcels to be delivered within the city boundary, 8d extra will be charged. Full information regarding larger parcels and longer distances will be supplied by the offioials at the various railway stations.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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CORRESPONDENCE. UNLOVELY NUMURKAH. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. UNLOVELY NUMURKAH. (To the Editor.) Sir,—It ia pleasing to note that there are some persons who are in favor of the beautifioation of Nnmnrkah, whioh has already been proved by the schemes laid down by " Aesthete" aDd Mr 0. T, Trengrove Their views and schemes, which have been promulgated through yonr journal (and with which 1 am in accord), are not the only factors that can make Nnran-k^h a desirable place to live in. Why have we not got a better water supply (the main question relating to the abov.), and a more efficient telephone service, and the bye-laws relating to motor oars eatried ont ? Others o mid be men tinned, bnt if the water supply can be made superior to what it now is, and the municipal by-lawa enforced as they should be. Nntunrkah wonla be a town not devennstate bnt aesihetio. "No man lives to himself alone." We rely on the baker for the "staff of life." and he in turn depends on others ; whioh makes all men equal. Now, sir, why is it right that moto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

Commonwealth ^MSanfc of Hastralla HEAD OFFICE y-- foYOU?.Y »M« B»nk Is open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, IV1ELBOURNE Alro &t Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, floh&rt, Brisbane, ftockhampton, Tcvrnsville, and London. Cable remittances made to, and drafts draYta,^ foroigh plaoes direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. lectors cf credit issued to fiifiy part of the world. Bill? negotiated or forwarded for oollection. Banking and Exchange Business of evefr description transacted within the Common wealth, United Kinirdom arid abroad. »• Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposits. Adrances made ajaioat approved securities, savings bank department Vlotorlan Oontral ©fries» 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. BnuichM in the abcre cities and 2,000 Afjohoioo at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Dspooitc from t/• to ;2300. interest at 3'. per annum. Ocp Mite er Withdrawals may be made at any Branch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

L - MET Bviricj Rraat (x IZ°i°?mup) Melbourne, *,> !'h* L -,no' is too well known to need l-X*-?"' comment. Unrvtaing laier the direct an ^-"vision o saa Praorietor, assisted by a moat com patent stall. ' i i»ta Usnc*lisfc *ii Paafcocalisfc oar First Uonsideration. I rapectfally Solioit a Trial. DONALDSON, PROPRIETOR, YIELIMA. General Blacksmith. ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY REPAIRED. HARVESTERS A SPECIALITY. Wood Work Made and Repaired, iT Agent for T. Robinson's Famous FEDERAL HARVESTERS AKB ALL FAR Si! IMPLEMENTS. Cricket" Goods CHICKET BATS, Chosen in England for us. s. d Clapshaw, all cane ..6 6 Strate ,, ..8 6 Meteor .. io o Clapshaw and Cleave's "Driver" ..la 6 Atlas Cane and Rubber j> 6 M.S.D. „ „ is « Warsop's "Acme" *S ® Stuart Surridge's "Oval" driver .. .. 17 6 " M.S.D. Special" Double rubber .. 17 6 Shaw & Shrewsbury's SHOKS. Whit. Canvas .. 8s. M rubber soles, 8s. 6d ROOTA White Canvas 8s. 6d.. 10s. 6d White Buck 16s. 6d., 25s. Wht. Drill, 5S- Pi Tan 7s. 6d. „ ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

B>E2&T!S. GOGRLEY,—On 1-fc March, at her parents' residence, 1 Toenmwal." Stirling Crescent Surrey Hills, Maggie, youngest bel >-ed' daughter of Arthur A. and Lizzie Gourle», late of Numnrkah and Tocumwal. Aged 6 years and 11 months. ~R. J. H WILKIN80N and family desire to return sincere thanks to their many fiisnds for kindly messages and expressions of sympathy received in their reoent sad bereavement, Waaia, March 2, 1914, Era ffSemaoviam. FAIRLESS.—Tn affectionate remembr nee of our dear Mother, M ary ANN F air less, who passed away at Numurkah, March 3 1912. —Inserted by her loving da tighter and son-la-law, Lilian ani Ro >ert a. Fraser, | Mosman, Sydney. 1 FAIRLESS.—In loving memory of onr dear mother, who passed away, March 3rd, 1912 j also Father, May 15, 1892. " At rest." —Inserted by their loving daughter and son-in law, Olara and Fred Britton, Seville.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

International Harvester i Company W. Tjs BEG ro notify farmers and the pablio generally that they hive taken over the agenc of the International Harvester Company. Orders taken for all kinds of implements and machinery. Large stock of dnplicates always on band at 'he office. HAIL AY RKSE- VE, Nnmnrkah.. LOST, THREW year-old Grey Dransht, FiPy. 1 Dark Bty or Brown Fitly. Half Dringhi 2 years off, two hind feet whits, little white on face. Reward on information to MUNTZ BROS., Nathalia. Notice of Removal. TVfRS GREGSON-JAMES, OOSTU MIERE, desires to notify the la dies of Numurkah and district that she has REMOVED to Premises next Mr. W. Plancke's (a few doors below old address). All work undertaken will be done in the usual first-class manner. TEND ERS" 40 or lENDERS will be received up to Saturday, March 7, for olearing or 50 acres land. For particulars apply GEO, COLLIE, Numurkah. Notice of Application for Trans fer of a Victualler's License. I PAULINE Patchell of Nurnur ^ kah the h...

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KATAMATITE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

KATAMATITE RACES. The K» oamite Race f!!nb belri it a aonnat meeting on Saturday last under most favourable conditions. The attendance was good and the racing throughout was most interesting. The recent improvements that have been added to the coarse were much appre ciated by the public aDd horse owners. The track was fairly heavy. Results—— Mai dsn Plate of £5, 5 furlongs. Bowon s March Lass, Hovuhnla—— Merrymarch. 8.4 (Melville) ... 1 J. Leunon'a Ohummie, 8 11 (Biomely) 2 Dowkor'8 Trimartus (Phillips) ... 3 Rooney 8.11, Forgotten 8U, also ran, BettiDg— Evens Trimettns, 3 to 1 against March Laps. March Lass was very f notions at the start bat eventual y succeeded in get ting well away and won somewhat easily. Time, 1 min , 7 8-5rhs. Katamatitr Handicap of £12,1 mile F. Bolron's AlWa, Killara—Alicia. 8.6 (G. W. Burns) ... ... J IS. Hay as' Waipa, 8.9 (Pegrum) ... 2 , H. Jackson's The Result, 7.7 (Ohal- I mers) ... ... 3 Bessemer 9 5 (Philip?), also started. Betting—livens Bessemer a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

THtC CRA.DIiBS FOLii J|| "Bonus, or no bonus." says the Coofe, '• the country needs to hare its*p dies full, A book deabng with this snfc||| in a most informative way will be apptjffe ted by childless married couples. It sant fre • if 2d is remitted for pos'age. T dress .Department 47, Ladies' " oll^ j TTnalth, VT*]HnnrBfl». Garlands Hair Rene~er restores 11 hair to its natural natural color. j|| not a dye. Price, J8s, 6d, Gu3°

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Temperance Notes. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

Temperance Notes, (""ontribnted.) The North Carl ion branch of tba Poli ical labor C >nacil h is passed the following motion for con-id>~-rs Mon -»t the annual conference of tha at Ea-rer:—' That a referendum of thj peopm be tak-rn to decide 'he erier closing of the bote'a, an that ssmj be added to plank 12 of social platform, sach referendum to be taken at rhs earliest oppvtaui-y, and to be on the prefereuri 4 system, the hoars stamd on the halloa pap^r for such voting to be 6. 7, S, 9, 10 and 11 o'o.ock." It is astonishing how dlff-weotly the various nar ons of the earrh will act in precisely the same cireom st.ncea. F >r instance, wh°n a fly is found in a gl i<s of beer jus as tha drinker is about to drink, each nationality pursues a different course of action. An Amerie-n will laugh, ■<nd order a fresh glass. A Spaniard wilt pay for r.h" beer, buf q retly move • ff without touching it. A Fr nohmm will pty -nd go, hat makes a treman ->us fuss ano...

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Mr J. Giddon's Forecasts. FLOODS IN MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

Mr J. Giddon's Forecasts. FLOODS IN M&.RCH. Soufch Australia's well-known pro pbet is. as nsnal up-to-date with a for cast of 191i. On- readers will find plenty of variety, even to snow in April. It will be disappointing to find that we are to have a poor harvest, though this is somewhat at variance with Mr Wragg's prediction made a few years back, which lifted three relatively dry seasons, which ended last year, and foQr or fi'0 good sea=oas. Here is Mr Gid-/ donr« programme '•In New Sonth Wales, Victoria, Sonth Anstralia, and Tasmania the year opens fine and hot hat the middle of Jan, will experience a moonsoonal depression, accompanied with oppressive snl'riness and thnndersforms, after which it will be comparatively coo! for a few days. Warming no again, it will he fine and warm nntill the middle of Febraary, when there will be wind and some cool shower3. Fine weather wi 1 prevail daring the latter part of Febraary. *• March opens anltry, bnt abont the pnd of the first w...

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

GENERAL ITEMS. Several years ago the town was est." vassed in connection with the purchas. of a picture of the Opening' of tls;: Commonwealth Parliament," which or a certain amount being subscribed t; the public was to be hung in the S&lf; Hall. The canvasser 1-Tt the to*: and took the money with him, bat s pictare came to hand. Mr A. S don the holder of iba copyright of tb;. picture, visited the town last wee* and on being informed of the fran: pprpetrated by his canvasser years sg:., nndertook to pUce the picture at once Mr Gordon states that the frand W* perpetrated daring his absence from tli st-ate.—Enroa ■' Gazette." [We he'iet a similar pictnre is still owing to Noma* kub.—Ed L ] * i An innovation at the Cobram ratf last week was that the stewards follows: each race in a motor car. As a con;-1 qnence the racing was exceptional,' good, and some keen finishes were ** nested. One rider was fined £1 Is !-•' A continuing in the race after his mot5, had rnn inside a post. \...

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DRUNKENNESS IN RUSSIA. PROHIBITION CAMPAIGN. St. Petersburg, Feb. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

DRUXKEXN'KSS I.V RUSSIA. PROHIBITION' CAMPAIGN". So. Petersburg, E'eb. OmnC Begins Wine, who y President ot the first conscirntioasi Ministry formed in the empir made a dramatic app°arance a few diya ago before th» Council of th; Empire to appeal to Chat body Cake measures Co lessen the evils of drnnkenne's in the community The aged scatemWs action hs; been at-ended with success. The Couuc I h*s accepted his ruction in support of the prohibition of the sd of spirits in refreshment-rooms,. Cheafcres music-halls, and public: gardens.

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Nathalia Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 6 March 1914

Nathalia Agricultural Society. The ordinary monthly meeting uf the above society was held on Satnrday last, when there were present :—The Presi dent (Vlr P, Nugent), Messrs J. Ball, J. McKenzie, A. McOouell, R. Tucfeert, W. Leaf, M. ff. Fairman, R. Crawford, J H Tnckett, T. McCarthy, Jas. McKen zie, R. W. Oobbledick, H. Furze, G. Stickels, G. Graut, G, McKenzte. Royal cMiow Exhibit. A letter was received from Mr W. Kendall, of Yielima, in which, in reply to a letter from the secretary of the society, he intimated that it would not be possible in his opinion to organise an exhibit of district produce for the next Royal Show. Secretary's Salary, Mr Jas Ball moved that applications be oalled for the position of secretary, vice Mr G. Tuckett resigned, aud that the salary be £40 a year. He understood this was the sum that every secretary had been appointed under. Mr J. H. Tuoketc said he was opposed to that. The society should not go back. All salaries had beoome higher and the cost of l...

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