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

NEWS A.N'D X, The week night Lent r, be'ng art*nd»>d fairly well. Tai* - tie Sector will p-each to-rug •- t day). and next wee** K v -.cr, of Xathaln. will t »».» \ » !«. There are two go ^ u \ ro be written in er- , -* —" believe anything t ad it less yon positively know it *c b-" never to tell even t-hat un'-^s y: that it is absolutely necessary — "J: " Standard." An amoant of thirty pound- ««' towards repayment of the d «b: c: See tory. At the Vedry Meeting ho d 02 .V:: • n gh*. the Rector said ma; or ' next month's meeting Mr i.\ S>. ' :k; be en the huh seas, brand ; r: k;; Mr and Mrs Seilecs hai ore- - most »egu!ar worshipp-ws at ->t eu ant Mr Se leek had given, a great A: • time and attention to the . dan; Vestry, Tberef re, during the tsirr. months they would be greuiy missuv: behalf of the Vestry he extended t • wishes for a safe and happy voy.tr he trusted that God ma! i giant' both the blessing of health, a ad them back safe and sound after a =s joyable voyage. (A...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NUMURKAH WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 March 1914

NUMURKAH WATER TRUST. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday last, whan the following wore present Ooms Fnrze (ohairman), Moss, Pnrdie, Gor don, McD mell, Ball, Meiklejohn, Rosa, Moloney, Campbell, Thornton and Tuckett Correspondence. From Chief Inppector of Factories, osk'og whether it was desired to tnake I any explanation why J. T. pri0e, pam per, Nathalia, had been paid a Jesser wage than he was entitled to —Explana tion forwarded—The Chairman moved that Price be paid £3 per week and that he be charged 10s per week for rent of residence.—Seconded by Com Ball and carried. From Geo. Graham, Wnnghnn, asfe ing permission to place an inch pipe in • he creek for stook and domestic supply. —Granted. From Nnmurkah Gnn Olnb, forward ing account for cutting reeds in the re servoir. On Friday evening last 50 starlings were cavight, and it was ex pected mach larger catches woald be made on dark nights.—Reoeived. Reports, R. Callander reported the collection of rates a...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EDITORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 March 1914

EDITORIAL, History repeats its*.!. : he retip-B^ ' Confucianism of the President of r-hh has been undoubtedly a set bii'kt-oyh tianity in that p .rt of the world. tf.'f* the leader {?) or any are it pj^a..M claims himself as uusattsdyi*-ids h faith, and returns to the belief fathers, it is ti in' f ir us to riee i< matter with grave concern, and tcjHbh wnat way we are lucking fnat ourp::.; : t«tion of that f.*ith has not been a--' : ., five enough to convince such m;n ■■ H saving power. This return to at;hh worship bv the President will, doarh, ~be follow-d by many of his cou-:, i • effect, no doubt, will be "o ./steel bk-«' the splendid work which ha; heea plished by our Ali-sioiirtrieb in theft ; But witu the foundation- wnict p*/ ' b-en laid, especially .luring the j3?;-hj;. > or ten years, and the enora ms in edacition and opening up to the i-;hh.h in th at time, we have no fear taj:%v scnools and colleges will d o the:: ' ■ and the medical corps ai d Mission Ti er...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tha Shire Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 March 1914

Tha Shire Officers. Some few months ago a suh-com mittee, comprising the Prudent and Crs Moss, Thornton, Fu ze and Ma 1 ney, were app i itel to inqnire into the worki g of he shire < ffice, the auditor having reported cbao the wo k being p jrform d by the secretary was much too heivy. flu committee pr - j sented it - repo-c to the coanol meet ing on Tuesd y. The main recom mend nions were— 1. That an assistant b' provided for the secretary at a sd» y of 30s per week. (The me hod of distributing the work of the various officers w«s detailed) 2. Tint the seorefcrry be paid a sal ry f £230 per annum from the couno'i a d £100 f om the tru't. 3. Ttiat the engineer's sa ary b' increased y £10 per *n <am, 4. That J Dick he p-id 9s pe^ day Bar'en and Grnte* 8s per day, an' McAskiil and McVea (for h >r=e and dray) 1 Is per day. The recommen 1 ion' wer> ad'p ed on she motion of C s Ross and Purde. app'ications to e called for the p .s< tion of assisoant ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEETINGS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 March 1914

MKEUNGrS, ETC. Friday, 13*h— ;hoir Practice. Nan-,1 k«.h, 8 p. m Sunday >.ext—HOLY GOilTJv>nv NUmUKEAH, 7.30 a.m. Sifi^r ilEKTON, 11 rt.m. i£et>gt->a-< lustra-tioa—R ctor 7.. ScrCm-school — Tue-d ys, ^umurji (weekly) 9.15 ; W«iue*i»y, laveri/0H.. and My wee 9 15. Str*tnui-*r ton (all fortnightly) Marriages—By uppjhrin-.^. i>Xwy > Lent). To avoid ,.urs di -• a.•vsveo*. ;h« R.cct.r dealt s d.c.y uoCiUoviiori, HY\1NS— (3rd Sunday in L-'Dt 93, 266 261, 259 51 i. 523 (H 0. 311,, Su- j-wt for u«-xc Sunday ; —" Ih-'f, char h 9eC us " Sur>j'cn for to-night (Wednesdiv, '•Sunpie Instructions in the Faith'* Mentation for this week—Tne stj.-r the remptattun in t e wilderness. '

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 March 1914

THE 0RADLE3 FULL, ■'Bonus, or no bonus." says the Hon. J Ceo'i, '■ the country needs to have its cra dles full. A book dealing with teis subject in a most informative way will be apprecia ted by chadless married couples. It will be sent free if 2d i3 remitted for pos'age. Ad dress Department. 47, Lsdiea' College of KtaUh, 4S .tsdfmhsth-ftrwti M«J bourse,

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 March 1914

41 A^E W Where your money goes farther than anywhere else in the Commonwealth, A* " ma-im/fti, mr,hxii =a ijgfppmsi e IsI^teriLE, ^aurks Street C]llZD«°pr.oup) Melbourne. ?r %'H ■ V, if- V;~'v ; - 'f-i-V. V-i ' V. • .---E ; ' -o; * - " ■rm T:"0' '/f ;' ' ijf '-i'r ' o; : •'-• - The Situation is too well known to need comment. Srerything laiar the direct sap -vision o the Proprietor, ,a33isted by a most com patent etaSL \ i .Mo-lit ic i.U'jtm P%3torq,list oar First Consideration, t ce ieotfaUy ^Solicit a Trial. A. DONALDSON, proprietor LEX. D FUBNISEJLflU hmx)BBTAKSB ahd SKN&BAjl BU1LDKB MJJLYILLS SBTEET, HUM.UBKAH Picture Framing a Specialty. Bepair executed in all Branches of the Building Trade, M.onumental Tombstones and Bailtesjs, at Lowest Possible Bates, Hearse, Monrnlng Ooach, Etc, 'Phone 82. Sh\ \ fO&Sste*. a#| i &£, Rs x"% i # £ \ 8^1 8 ft |«.vjiy3J/j^/jc If Jl For I -t-^ *~ * Clapshaw, all cane f. - r-...v- 38ft Strate ,, Meteor M .. io *J -* ^ ^ACs?...

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

Suenther's limrmaGij for Drugs Prescriptions, Family Recipies, Etc. Depot for Nyal'a and Sigma Remedies and Amateur Photo Supplies. First-aid Book r^~ I fesiAy Should be in every 1 home. I f | Tells what to do in I t~TjP f j all emergencies. I 11 I |i Cloth bound, | Price, 2s 6d. —lu. t' Shaving Cream Soap, Johnson s Makes Shaving a pleasure.. Makes a creamy non-drying lather superior to soap. Soothing, antiseptic. Price. Is tube. Johnson's Baby Powder £ For the nursery and toilet. Is. Sigma Tonic. 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 run down, Price 2s. Rennet Tab'ets for Junket , The beat Tablet on the market. Sold in glass tubes containing 24 tablets each. 9d. Carnation Cold Cresm For Sunburn, etc. A pleasant cool ing and healing application for the skin. In tabes Is each. Sarsaparilla & Sulphur Tablets Popular old time Blood Purifier. Useful for ...

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

^ SOROSES SKIN FOOD P Every woman who wish1?- .. beautiful should use "SORO^Vi the skin, it beiug uusurpas-ei serving the complexion. t Jjg^ Soroses Skin Food is ^"1 softening, cleansing ami - makes all blemishes such as 'fc freckles, wrinkles, sanburn anC ness disappear like magic. per jar. Obtainable at"ail cheffl^ \ stores.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church of England Chronicle. (Edited for the members and adberect of the Church in the Parochial dh'P of Numurkah.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 March 1914

Church of England ChronieJ (Edited tor the member:) &Dd 1 of the Charch in the Parochial dh'P of Nnmurkah.) Rector, Rev S, W. Williamson, Plan of Church Service-; for March 8 15 22 p NUMURKAR m F mO MR *"^g> S.S. 2.30 p. or eR ..R eP °'l STRTHM'I'N tiR MR eR -"fe | SS, 10 a.m. WUNGHNH MR aF aR *\ S.S. 2 p-m. KATUNGA aP aR aF a-/ S.S. 2 p.m. 1 1 1 On above plan in stands for mornjt.; e. for afternoon, e for evening, y'j.' Morning Holy Communion, s.g, i. j Sunday-school, R for Rector, F f0{ y-■*, Falconer, D f»r Mr Davis.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Methodist Conference. STATION ALLOCATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 March 1914

Methodist Conference. STATION ALLOCATIONS. As a result of the third reading of sbabions of the Methodist Conference, the following are the final allocations for 1914 in the Gonlburn Valley dis bric- :— Rev William T. Hiatb, chairman. Shepparton — Eruesb Smith, H. P. Palmer Phillips (Mooroopua). Kyabram — Thomas J. Thomas, Richard S. Morris, M Sc., B.D. (Tatara); John H. TuckfLld (Lan caster), Supernumerary, Numurkah—William T. Hiatt, Richard Yeo (Wanghun), Reuben Inch (Cobram); Arthur F White (Numurkah) Supernumerary. Nathalia — William Ciemens, Home Missionary Eatamatite—William H. Taylor, who shall exchange once a quarter with the Home Missionary at De enish. Rushworbh—Henry RichardsoD, Nagambie—Walter T. Lapthorne.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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St. Patricks Day Races. TUSEDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 March 1914

St Patricks Day Races. TUSEDAY NEXT. Full and complete arrangements have been made for the successful carrying; onr of the rac« programme submitted by the St Patrick's Day Racing Olub. The course Is in firs--class order, and as se veral good horses are entered for the various eveuts, the racing should be of a high order. Weights are as follow ; — Commonwealth Haudicap. St lbs Flew ... ... 9 o Lady Mona ... ... 8 12 Waipa ... ... 8 5 Priaiine ... ... 8 0 Maidland ... ... 8 0 Hogan's Ghost ... 7 12 Puzzled ... ... 7 5 Pony Race. Little Tam ... ... 10 7 Posey ... ... 10 0 Miss Grace ... ... 9 9 Imperial ... ... 9 0 Ooogee ... ... 8 3 Echo ... 7 10 Patricia ... ... 7 5 Too Wae ... 7 0 Glen ,,, -ih 7 0 Bessie ... ... 7 0 Welter Handicap. Waipa ... 10 7 Byock ,,, ... 10 2 T.N.O ... ... 9 13 Chalmers ... • >tt 9 12 Hogan's Ghost ... 9 12 All Smiles ... ... 9 9 Aramaiu ... 9 2 Colonel White ... 9 0 Trial Handicap. Byock T.N.O S C 8 0 7 12 7 12 7 7 7 7 Chalmers Hosjan's Ghost AH Smile. Po...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Numurkah's Water Supply. CRITICISM STIGMATISED A "MALIGNANT FALSEHOOD." [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 March 1914

Numurkah's Water Supply. CRITICISM STIGMATISED A " MALIGNANT FALSEHOOD." At yesterday's meeting of the water trust the engineer brought under notice a report that appeared in the " Age " last month, in which it wis stated t-nat the source from which Nuinurkah's water supply was drawn was very much infected, and that the stench from rotting vegetation was noticeable in the main street. Com Campbell 3aid the report was a misleading one. The stench he did not believe was noticeable in the town The " Age " representative who had visited the town was t ken round the weir, and he could scarcely believe such a rep >rt could be submitted. It was a shame that such a statement should be sent to the " Age." The latter portion of the report was all right. The trust was only wait ing for an opportunity to cut a channel through the reeds, which could not be done for about another month. The supply this year was better than any year since he had tesided in Numurkah, though the water was a bit s...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Subscriptions Received, We beg to acknowledge the following subscriptions to THE LEADER to December 31. 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 March 1914

Subscriptions Received, Wa beg to acknowledge the following subscriptions to The Leader to Decem ber 31. 1913 • — Messrs T. Bennett, W. HtwWes (to June 5. 19L4), 0. F. Barnes, F. Gr'nter, J. Kilgour.

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BIG FIRE AT SHEPPARTON. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 March 1914

BIO FIRE AT SHEPPARTON. News reached us laab night of a disas trous fire ab Shepparbon, Messrs Munts Bros.' offio03, Weidenbach'a store, and A. Miller and Oo'a store being burned to the ground. No further particulars than the above oould be obtained up to the time wb w^nt to ptesB.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Purchasing an Engine. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 March 1914

Purchasing an Engine. o Ab Today's meeting of the shire c 'oncil the fi i <nc committee -"com mended th • accept nc * of J. R H irng'^y a d Sons'iender fo- a suotro i gas p an for the Na halia electrica i vta latio 1. The co-sut'u! engi neers, Messrs McCarty, Underwood and Co, hal rec mmended the scc->p t nee of Me s s Ddgvy and Co's tender for a Tangye e gine. Th> ten d-rs were—Hornsby and Sons. £888 16s 6d ; Da gety and Co , £829 15 Whet bhe recommendation ctme be fore the fa 1 council, Mr Tucker, who was given permis sion to speak, sud he represented Dalgety and Co. Ha a ked the coun cil to orefully consider the ques ion befre endo'sing the commit ee's re commendation. Most of the public hodies in Melbourne aad elsewhere wete installing Tangye engines, which erabneed improvements not embodied in any other eugin=>. The power of the Tangye tendered for was greater than the Hornsby, with a slower sed, running 190 revolutions p-r minute'-s against 230. Tnat memfi ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. WUNGHNU. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 March 1914

CRICKET. i? C Allen, b Clurey — — 13 K H Cook, st G-ouldiog, b Jeffery — 0 C Dudley, c Cdrnford, b M Clurey 4 W Burgess, c Spriggs, b M Clurey 14 G Dudley, b M Clurey — — ,0 A 0 J Siry, b J»-ff-ry — — 6 0 W Taylor, b Jeffery — — 1 R Pinchbeck, b Jeffery — — 4 D Quinn. not out — -—12 L S Niobolle, b Jeffery — — 1 T Connole, e Jeffery, b M Clurey — O Sundries — — — 4 53 Bowling—Jeffery 5 for 23, M Clurey 5 for 26. YOCANMITE. 1 Tidd, b Allen — — 18 H Gonlding, b Allen — — 16 G Parish, o C Dudley, b Allen — 10 M Clurey, c Plnchbeok, b Allen — 0 W Clnrey, b Allen — — 4 D Clurey, b Jeffery — — 8 G Sprigga, o Nicholls, b Quinn — 13 C Shields, b Quinn — — 9 J Collier, b .Qhinn — . — Q $ Cornford, b Quinn — — 3 ' Y Jeffery, not Out —• — 3 Ssndriea — — — 12 91 BowliDg—G Dudley 0 for 15. R H Cook 0 for 7, A 0 Jeffery 1 for 6, P C Allen 5 for 17, R Pinchbeck 0 for 9,D Quinn 4 for 6, W Burgess 0 for 17.

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

Doan's Report Investigated. o NO RETURN OF ILLNE8S FOR FIFTEEN YEARS. We are answering a very important question to-day, viz., " Do" the people who say they have been cured by Doan's Backache Kidney P'lls stay cured V A medicine which cures merely for a day or a week is worthless ; it is- only a tonic or a purgative. But a medicine which drives the illness away so that it stays away, that medicine does all medicine can do. We have been veri fying our earlier published cases, and we are pleased to say that the result of our investigations has been most gratifying. The cures by Doan's Bjokache Kidney Fills are permanent cures. Here's proof of this statement :— Mrs Kelvy, Oonlburn Road, Echuca East, late of Nnmurkah, says— " I was subject to kidney derangement for many years, and this caused me good deal of suffering. There was a cohtinual pain across the stpall of pay back and that was sometimes so severe , that I oonld not turn over in bed, I was also troubled with dizziness hot flas...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE DRUMANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 March 1914

01STRLT INTELLIGENCE (From Oar Own Correspondents.) DRUMANCJRE. The anniversary of the Drnmannre Presbyterian Chnrch was most snccess fnl.y condaeted on Sunday last by the itev. J. A. Lee who preached a powe< fat sermon fc > a very large congregation On Wednesday eveuing the n-mal tea meeting was held. Cbe tables were heavily laden with appetising dainties, to which the large and hungry crowd of diners did fall justice. After the tea Mr Lee delivered a lectarette, \ Nieh' wi' Barns, to the pleasure of an andience that crowded the obureh and compelled several to seek ooigns of vantage at the open doors and windows. Mr Lpb was assisted by Mr and Mrs Fraser and Miss Mona MeLeod, who illustrated • his remarks with song and story.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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TEMPERANCE IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 13 March 1914

TEMPERANCE IN RUSSIA. St, Petersburg, March 3, — The Czar, in pursuance of the anti-aloohol; policy which he has adopted at the instance of Count Sergins Witte, b iB abrogated the custom according to wbxcb hi? health was drunk by the troops after r'??it!Ws and paradeB, Garlands Hair Renewer restores grey hair to its natural natural color. It is got a dye. .Price, ,2s. 6d. t^nenther^

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