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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 March 1914

THE CONCERT. The Mechanics' Hall was crowded to the doors in the eveniug, when a first-class concert was given. The large audience was most emhusiastic, and encores were frequent. Miss Florence Summerton and Mr W. J Hamley opened the pro gramme wi'h the duet, A Night in Yei ice, an item that greatly pleased. Miss Summerton has a poweiful and mellow coirralto voice, but she was scarcely at her best, though her per formances were all finished ones. Mr Hamley was in fine voice, and his ren dering of The Skipper of St. Ivea, Ben the Bosun, Mother M-.chree, and others were first-class and well earned the encores that were demanded. Miss Edle Willcox was encored for a graceful ren dition of Childhood. Miss bouie Dunn, an elocutiouist-of much power, at once found favor, and she was encored at each appearance. Mrs Brown at the Flay was perhaps her most amusing effort, and she made the most of the humor in the piece We'd like to hear her in much more serious work. Miss Dorothy Humphreys ha-3...

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NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 March 1914

NA.THA.LIA, The President of the Shire (Or W. A, Campbell), entertained freely at the last meeting of the oonnoii. Members of deputations, leading townsmen.and sev eral visitors in connection with the ele - trio lighting scheme, and all the mem bers of oonnoii and ofSoers met at t ie j first-class dejeuner provided at the Court House Hotel, where it may be said the catering and appointments were never better oarried oat than by Miss Htig, the present licensee, The departure of Mr H 8. Tregaskis from oar midst was made the ocoasion of a p'eeaant little ceremonial by the staff of Messrs Manta Bros., with wh >m he has been associated as acconntant for a couple of years Oa behalf of the em ployees, Mr A. B. McClelland presented to Mr Tregaskis a well mounted set of mi itary brushes, at the same time con veying the high appreciation in which he was held by all, remarks which were endorsed heartily by Messrs T. Cooks, Baird, Lancaster and Norman, Mr Tregaskis, whose fature home is t &g...

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ST. PATRICKS DAY. ANNUAL RACE MEETING. OFFICIALS:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 March 1914

ST. PATRICKS DAY. annual race meeting. offioiat s President:—M. Kelly, Esq, Vice-Presidents : — Messrs P. Deane and. D. J. Reillv. Judge :—Mr R. G. Selleck. Starter :—Mr J. P. Barritt, Handic-pper Mr W. Hill. Olerkof Course Mr W. Quinn. Olerk of Scales Mr P. Leahv. Measurer of Ponies :—Mr R. W. McCrabb. Stewards Messrs S. Callander, G. Collie, Hurley, H. V, Howell, M. Linehan, D, McSamara, J. e. McNamara, R. W, Mc Crabb. Reilly, T. Ryan, J. Sullivan. CommitteeMessrs Barritt, Breen, Cal anan, E. Coxon, R. F Trest, D. Gleeson, H. Gl-eson, D. Hickey, King, T. Leavey, J. Meiklejohn. R. W. McCrabb. T, Mc Namara, Planoke, J, Quinn, Saxton, Symmons, R. Williams, Garvey, Hore and BE, Ryan. Hon- Secretaries :—Messrs F. W. Ooop and H. Segrave, Sc. Patrick's Day was celebrated locally on Tneeday. when the S*. Pat rick 8 Racing Clnb conducted a meet i g under ideal weather conditions. There was a la>ge attendance of the general public--much greater than in p-evions years—and the me-ting pass...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 March 1914

Commonwealth Mi^Bank of Hustralia HEaD OFFiOE .cYON&Y iWe Ban* Is open for all clam* of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, iVIELBOURNE Alio at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth. Holxrr!, UriNone, Jtoclvliampton. Towo.sville, and London. Onbli remittances made to, and drafts drxwn on foiviitn rfi.noe* direct. Porei!tn bills ne-eociated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any- part of r'u» world. 'till - u-.-orivM or io-wa dad for collection^ H-. ■:: and 11:I;r-'r<'ufin*-.* or" -vc.-y ieer'rmrl->n trans I I' l \v >: I n n ' :n- coniiuon wealth, United Kmitdom and abroad Current account* ivtsn.-d Intere*: paid on fixed deposits Adranoea made af.m.rt approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Centra! Office; 317 COLLINS STREET, MElBOllltKE. Bnnohee in the ahcrs cities and 2,000 AgronciO- at Post Offices throughout the 'Jommonroaltb. Deposits from 1/- to £300. Interest at 37, per annum. Bepealto or Withdrawal® may b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 March 1914

dJJLi d H] MST" J -H \Ji/ il_5^ r1.',^] r ■ J] Where your n~--, ■ iQi I "/v. T r:h\. v/> *N> . Baarlw Street CHrom «To.up) The 3ifcaation is too well ] known to need oomment. rSTeryfchiaf* oaier the 'direct sapr-vision o toe P-norietor, assisted by a most com patent staff. Si;- K! ?;: • ijMnlt'inlUt «l P^storalist oar First (Joasideration, t rs:> a.jssfaUy \ Solicit a Trial, i. DONALDSON. J' - — FUbNieriiBii s>u O&BTJ KSBa akC ,3sn i HUlliDKB >i iLV' i-.i-it SBTBBT. * UM (JBKAB icture framing a Specially. ttepali executed la all Branches of the Boildiiig Trade, ~ ouamentai Tombstones aitri Hrdl'-is" , a? Lowest Possible Bates, Hearse, Monrning Coach, Etc, Pbone 32. J. C. PIPER, YIELIMA General Blacksmith. ALL KIHBS OF MACHINERY REPAjKREO. HARVESTERS A SPECIALITY. Wood Work Made and Repaired. " Agent for T. Robinson's Famous FEDERAL HARVESTERS AHD ALL FARM IMPLEMENTS. ICJijEx HAllS. - *• d' i ,f*tn ' ^Fecial Crown 8 6 M c .'? " Special .. 7 « | ^!0?dart gut sew...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 March 1914

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NUMURKAH v. KATAMATITE. KATAMATITE.—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 March 1914

NUMURKA.H v. KATAMA.TITB. Katamatite.—let Innings, J. Richerson, nt Lee, b Marshall 5 S. Barnes, ran out ... ... 8 J Crow^ ot Williams, b Marshall 12 J. Heyme, b Jyes ... ... 5 L. T»it, not ont ... ... 10 W. Eliason, at Jordon, b Tyres... 5 L. M .Gab3, b Marshall ... 1 Sundries ... ... 1 Total ... ... ... 41 BowlineW. Tyres 2 for 26, A. Marshall 8 for 20. Second Innings, J. Richerson, ct Jordon, b lyres 0 S. Barnes. b Tyres ... ... 6 J. Crow, b Lee ... ... 12 J. Heyme, not ont ... ... 8 L. Tait. not ont ... ... 3 Sundries ... ... 2 Total ... ... ' ... 26 I Bowling i—W. Tyres 2 for 4, R, Lee 1 for 16, J Jordon 0 for 4. Numcbkah.—1st Innings. W. Williamp, b Heyme ... 1 W. Tyres, ct Jcrdon, b Grow ... 0 R. Lee. h.Crow ... . 0 J. Jordon, Dot ont ... ... 4 A Marshall, b Heyme .. 0 W. Bennett, b Heyme ... 0 Total ... ... ... 31 Bowling J. Heyme 8 . for 1, J. Grow 2 for 10. Second Innings. J, Jordon, rnn ont ... 24 W. William*, or Barnes, b Crow 0 A. Mar-ha rnn one... . . 8 W. Tyres, b Cro...

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CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 March 1914

CHURCH SERVICE* Pbesbttsbian Church.—Servitf,. be conducted next Sunday as folfc' Nnmurkah Hand7 SO, Drn manure* J. A.. Lee, Cobram Cnarss— Yarroweyah 3, Cobram "i Harvey. Mxthodist Chuech.—Services^' Sunday are as follow:—Numara&» Eev Hiatt; 7 30. Ee^ Traeman; Wnsi 11, Eev Teo; 7 SO, Eev Hiatt; OobfJ Eev Traeman; 7.30, Mr M-ctiodsiei'! kamangh 11, Mr Bette*. ' \ksir'Bi" ! 11, Eev White; 7.30, £>B* Rev Siatt; Katanga 7. SO; Strath®? 3, Rev Traeman; Maraogi 11, ^ri. Kaarimba 3, Mr Kilpatrick; Cot£? West 3, Rev Yeo; Bunbartha 3, Ht'* ler; Waaia 11, Mr Fowler; Food** 2,30, Mr Martindale , Katamati ei-.^ N Bev Roberts; Dunbulbalane 11, J Fowler; Youarang 11, Bev Roberts, anmifce 3, Mr Lubiea. ; CHtrsciH of England—See Chut-> Entrl»nH oolnmn. Methodist Charch, Nathalia Ctf* | 8ervicea will be held an Sunday a» i> —Nathalla 7.30, Sir Gla^sou i Mr Foster; Pcola W, 7 30, Mr ** Yalca -outh 11, Bearii 3, Picola-. 7.SO. Mr Jackson, Presbyterian Church, Nathalie Cif^ Services w...

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CRICKET. POSITIONS OF ASSOCIATION TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 March 1914

CRICKET. POSITIONS OF ASSOCIATION TEAMS. 1V ' | Team. ' Played, i Won. i Lost. a & a a Points. Drnmanure ii 8 . 2 i 84 Wnnghnn ii 7 2 2 82 NariDg Dip 12 6 6 — 24 Yonanmite 11 5 4 2 24 Namnrkah 11 4 5 2 20 Katsmatite 11 4 6 1 18 Mnckatah 11 1 10 — 4 Yonanmite journeyed to Naring Dip on Saturday and scored an easy win over the local team. Yonanmite batted first, and pnt together 201 rnne for the loss of three »ieketp. J Tidd gave a good exhibition of batting in making 104 not ont, although he was missed on four occasions The Dip fielding, was very poor from start to finish, as also was their batting, not one man bein* able to do anything with the bowling of Jack Clnrey, who captured 6 wickets for 8 runs off 48 balls. Stores Youanmitb. .). Ttdrj, not ont ... ... 104 J. Clnrey, b Gray ... "0 H, Gonldiog. b fate ... 88 T. Parish, b Tate ... ... 2 M. Clnrey, not ont ... ... 84 Sundries ... ... 8 Total for 8 wiokets ... 201 Rowling Gray 1 for 48, fate 2 for 20, Fretwell 0 (or 89. D...

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Picola Picnic Race Meet[?] [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 March 1914

Picola Picnic Race Meet In perfect weather for outdoor i: ment the Picola Race Ciab L picnic meeting las Friday, whs sncc sgfai day's sport sa- ; through. The clab was fortuai:; ring such a beautiful day, and receips were -welled according!;.t • £9 being received from this soar:-;-, the offices worked hard to ns meeting a success, the principal v. failing on the secretary (Mr J«. E who, although new to the duties,* them on in a most efficient nc and with the P esideat, Mr . g SkehlH, did much to mike th3 n go without a hitch. Cr Jis. H = cia'ed as judge, while the startioiv the hands of Mr Sam Lawfori wor? of measuring the ponies, these meetings often leads tc arguments, was well performed tyNie'i Jos. Grinter and Aiex. Licisaj •** booth was tu the hands of oar at, '•Ted'' Roach, of Picola. wh\i pleased faorn one point o: view ::•* club was haviag snoh ploisact ~~ would have liked to have seen bit h >tter to mike things hamatt business. A ball was held in toss iog, which proved v...

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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 March 1914

TENNIS The following io the draw in connection with the Naring Tennis Clnb tonrna ment. The committee are desirouB that all games of the first round be played off within a fortnight. All handicaps to be Been at the secretary's (Miss Nellie Payne)—Miss M Davie and Mr Grey v Miss N Dempst r and Mr Graham. Misc 0 MorriB and Mr Fretwel! v Miss H Williams and Mr 0 Morris. Mi-» O Coombs and Mr A Williams v Mi s L Dempster and Mr R McPher-on. Miss L Brown and Mr J Davis, jun, v Miss T Williams and Mr A Young, Miss E Davis and Mr McLeod v Miss M Morris and Mr M Lynch. Miss Patrick and Mr Wm Donald v Miss Murcherson and M'' W D' nald. Miss V elson and Mr G Lynch v Mi«a Nell Payne aDd Mr P Sprague. Mies M Williams and Mr W Murcherson v Miss Lynch and Mr W You ig. Miss C Davis and Mr S Carnie v Mibb UN 'son an 1 Mr Suilivan

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DRUMANURE v. WUNGHNU. DRUMANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 March 1914

DRUMANURE v. WUNGHNTJ. Dkomanube. Stephens, lbw„ b Pinohbeok ... 16 Gordon, b Pincbb°ck ... ... 19 Ad. Gray, b J. Bonrke ... 0 A. Grav, o Pinobbeck. b Bonrke 1 J. Orozier, o Cook, b Bonrke ... 4 Jas. Tyres, ran oat ... ... 9 I. Tyres, b J Bonrke... ... 4 Bitohie, b Qainn ... ... 6 ,1. Sullivan, c Cook, Bomke ... 28 H. Tyres, o Bnrgess. b Bonrke ... 3 B. Snllivan, not ont ... ... 2 Sundries ... ... 2 Total... ... ... 94 Bowling: :—Qninn 1 for 24, W. J. Bonrke 6 for 18. Cook 0 for 18, Pinoh beok 2 for 18, Allen 0 for 18. WuNGHNtT, Allen, b J, Snllivan ... ... 2 Bargees, b A. Gray ... 10 O. Dndle , o Stephens, b A. Gray 8 J. Bonrke, b A. Gray... ... 19 Taylor, c J. Tyres, b Stephens ... 4 R. Pinohbeok, o Ritchie, b A Gray 1 Qninn, b A, Gray ... ... 2 A. Jeffery lbw, b A, Gray Cook, b J. Snllivan ... ... 10 Nichols, not ont- ... ... 2 Oonnole, b Ad. Gray... ... 1 Sundries ... . ... 8 Total ... ... ... 70 Bowling :—A. Gray 6 for 22, SoUi van 2 for 25. Stephens 1 for 10, Ad, Gray 1 for 5....

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OUR WATER SUPPLY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 March 1914

OUR* WATER SUPPLY. (To the Editor.) Sir,—In your Issue of the 13th I was surprised to read the statements of several members of the Water Trust re onr present Water Supply. 0 ie gentle man stated xhac we had cue best supply he had seen since he bad resided ia Na markah •; another said without fear of contradiction that never had Numurkab had a better supply. Fancy, Sir. state ments like these coming from our water commissioners. Why, only last March we had a much better supply. It is not many years ago since the race clnb had to ^aka a new track to hold their races in March, and on other occasions the race traok had to be put in order to pre vent the horses from racing in the water from the weir. During the last twelve years I have seen the water flawing over the weir in the month of March on five different occasions, 5 nd with the excep tion of three years never have I seen onr supply so low as at present in the month of March. " Standing water with reeds will always have a smell o...

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Commonwealth Defence. COST AND EFFICIENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 March 1914

Commonwealth Defence. COST AND EFFICIENCY. Senator Milieu, as Minister of De« fenoe, has epoken o word of warning. When the people of the Oommonwealth • nrrwd 'hf^i~ attention seriously to the matter of d.efenre, they cailed Lord Kitchener to their aid and adopted his scheme, though it envoived a very large outlay. Lord Kitchener's estimate has been exceeded, and it is more than doubtful whether the ends at which his scheme aimed has been attained- Glearly, A.ustraiia cannot defend the Northern Territory till tbere is a Trans continen tal line running from the popnl ted south to the practioaiiy nnueopled north ; the comnrssioners appointed to inquire ioto the proposed railway put the o >st of a broad gauge line at. £7.000,000, of a 3ft. Sin, line at £5.000.000. Senator Millen is naturally alarmed at the finan cial outlook, but he is not an alarmist and, whilst appealing to the military axperts to keep outlay within reasonable hounds, has not the slightest doubt that the \nstralia...

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Nathalia Agricultural Society ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 March 1914

Nathalia Agricultural Social ANNUAL MEETING. There were some ISO members pf(, et the annual meeting of the Booiety i In the Poblio Hali .n S&tDrdajf- - when the President (Mr P. 3?ugentL copied the chair Among the plic, was the President of the Shirs (Or ? Campbell), who was present aa a0'; member of the society and by la^V Balance Sheet. MrG.'J. Tackettpresentedt',^; sheet. He explained that he sinoe the end of the financial yen ! ' bulk of the £38 mentioned ag tions due The year would start credit balance of over £40. (Qheer^ The baiance-Bheet was adopted oj'. motion of tne President and Mr ' The Preside -t presented a reprj!. 'the doings "f the society for the ^ months. There had been a pcogju. / year and questions of importiaoe ti ■ farmer had been dealt with. The report was adopted on the a of Messrs Stickels and Tuckett. Election of Officers. The President =aid the eud of his had come. He had h»da pleas^.J in 'he chair, nd he 'hanked sv • •fficers audthe c 'uatnic-ee f...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 March 1914

BOWLS. The Nutnurkah bowlers viBitedNathalia on Saturday, and af er an intsresbing game were vietorioos by eight. The grean was in good order, and good play waa shown by eaoh side. This win places Nutnurkah in the lead for the pennant, with four wine; Nathalie have three wins t« their oredit, Shopparton two, and Wanghnu one. Following were the scores in Saturday's matoh ;— Num. Walter, Teare, White. Coop (c) 2S — Scott, jun,, s00tt_ sen , Biohard aon, O'Bnea (c> ,,, — ^24 Peterson, UcPberson, Cutler, Spence (c) ,,, 21 — Fos, Fairmsn, Qovett, Dunoan (o)— 17 ./ Totals 49 41 WUNGHKU v. SHEPPARTON. Shapparton visited Wanghna on Sat urday, and were decisively beaten, bat amends were made by the home team, which treated the visitors most hospit ably—Wnughnu's usual method. Scores— "VYuxghnu 52). G. Dudley, Fiudlay, Dockery, Evans 25 JeSary, H. Dudley, G-iult, Harris 27 Shepparton (40). Treahy, Milne, Anderson, Whitehead 24 S}ubbs, Harvey, Kendall, Brnnton 16 A. meeting of the Tungatnah...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 March 1914

SOROSES HAIR TONIO. This preparation Is unsurpassed as a hair food and dandruff preventative. A little sprinkled on the head nlghb and morning, and gently massaged into the soalp, renders baldness impossible. SoroBes Hals TodIo will absolutely grow hair, and prevent ft from falling out. It imparts a beautiful glossy sheen, and hriDgs out all the natural brightness of the hair. Price Ss @d. Obtainable at nil chemists end stores.

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Subscriptions Received, We beg to acknowledge the following subscriptions to THE LEADER to December 31. 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 March 1914

Subscriptions Received, Wo bag to acknowledge the following subscriptions to The Leader to Decem ber 81. 1913 Messes E. A. MoLollan, J. B. Pitman, D. E. Rosenberg, Jas, Howard, H. Sef ton,'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 March 1914

THE CRADLES FDL' . " Bonus, or no bonus " says the Hon. J Coos,' the country neei-> to have its cra dles full. A book dealing with this subject in a most informative way will be apprecia te by chudless married coapl-s. It will be sont fre • if 2d is remitted for poa age. Ad dress Department 47, Ladies college of Hc3lthi 4-b Klisabath^ircct, Eslbonmi, WELL AND 3TR0NG. What a grand thing it is for women to foal wel' and strong f The Indies' College' of Health has brought forward a homo J treatment that has restored thousands to : good, health at a triSfng cost. Those in- : tereated can find out. all about it if they send two penny stamps to Dept. 47, Ladies' College of Health, 46 Elisabeth-street, Mel* bonssa.

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Workers' Compensation and Footballers. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 20 March 1914

Workers' Compensation and Footballers. Amongst the workers of the Statp it is generally understood that the Workmen'9 Compensation Act means advantages to them, bnt few people amagined there was any connection be tween the meapnre referred to and the game of football Yet Mr E. Wards M.L.A. speaking at a meeting of the Footscray Football Clnb expressed the opinion that there is a link that binds the two. Mr Wards said he believed that if the Act is interpreted strictly a footballer, under the present-day con ditions, wonld be classed as an employee of the various club committees, and would be entitled to compensation in the event of his being injored on the football field. The announcement was received as a humorous contribution to the evpning's programme, but those who considered, the position seriously con eluded that there was something in the contention, seeing that the players are engaged at a 'set wage. [Since the above was set np, it has been officially announced that football...

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