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

0 b y ta?tiu p q 8«ATS SOXON'S GARAGE, MMK 8= MELVILLE STREET, HUERURKAH. CAES OVERHAULED AND ADJUSTED MAGNETOS REPAIRED AND RE MA GNETISED. 'LAMPS AND RADIATORS REPAIRED. TYRES AND TUBES VUL ANISED. New Parts of any description made. Petrol, Oils, Grease, and all motor accessories kept in stock. Tyres, Tubes, Prestolites, etc., etc. ■ Gun RopaSra a Sp@olo.llty. KF" NEW AND LUXURIOUS OARS FOR HIRE AT ANY TIME DAY OR NIGHT. Agents for the Famous Speiber and Schneider French Cars. Proprietors. Suenther's fharniaGjj for Drugs and Chemicals and all Patent Medicines, Prescriptions, Family Recipies, Etc. DEPOT FOR NYAL'S AND SIGMA REMEDIES and Amateur Photo Supplies. KIESELEORF SALTS— Recommended for the treatment of Gout and Rheumatism. Half to one ■ teaspoonfnl is taken in a tumbler of warm water before breakfast—and when all traces of the ailment have gone, take an occasional dose—say about once a week. Price 2s. DYSPEPSIA TABLETS— A beneficial after dinner medicine, which helps to rem...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914

r1 U ) rj Qd I a» U meifwai - - . „ - r. N '3J&X7 r:"Jc^4 B ii f * a Straaf (A£o£DQToup) Melbourne, Tin Sitaation is too well known to need oomment. Srerything aader the direct sapeTision o the Proprietor, assisted by a most com' patent staff. ' %. {.»ij ilSaealisfc ail Pastoealiat oar First Uonsideration. I s . ootfally Solioit a Trial. A. donaldson, proprietor. LBI - D TJ N FURNISHING wnHBBTAOlB 4.WD' GHNHBAL BUILDHB HKLYILLB SBTEET, MUMUBKAH Picture Framing: a Specialty. Repair execntsd i* all Branches of the Building Trade, Monumental Tombstones and Railing, at Lowest Possible Bates. Hearse, Mourning Ooach, Etc. 'Phone 32. Jc CL PAPER, YIELIMA. General Blacksmith. all kinds oFimGH!NEe¥ REPAIRED. harvestersaIpesialitv. Wood Work Made and Repaired. Agent for T. Robinson's Famous federal harvesters amd ' all FARES iftipleeilents. MATCH II. FOOTBALLS. j WOOL JERSEYS, [ Plain and Circular Stripes. ; Men's, 4/-; Slender, 3/6 Youths', 3/-; Boys', 2/9 Small, 2/6, With Sash. : Me...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Opening of a County Court at Numurkah. THE SHIRE PRESIDENT ENTERTAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914

Opening of a County Court at Numurkah. THE SHIRE PRESIDENT / ENTERTAINS. / The occasion of bhe opening of the Cmnfcy Conrfe 8t Numurkah on Tees day was availed of by bhe Shire Presi dent (Cr W. A Campbell), who en tertained His Hon"r Judt,e Johoson, visiting and local I ar isters and hon orary justices st dinner at the Far mer^' A ms Hotel. Mrs Eddy had pre pared an exce'leot repast, bo which due atten'iin was pii-d by the guests. Mr Glenny was called upon to p-o pose The County Court, to which he coupled bhe names of Judge Johnson arid the barristers appearing in the court Ho said that bhab dry was an auspicioas one in the history of Nu mnrkah, and bhe residents were highly delighted bhab the Government bad 8=eo fib to esbib'ish a County Cou b here. The occasion was such th«t 'he ^hire President desired to mark the event, and for that reason had iavibed His Horor and visiting barristers bo luncheon. His Honor replied in humorous vein. He fi st visited Numurkah 30 years ago, when he...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Numurkah Leader ESTABLISHED 1895. Farmers Paper, published In the interests of the rural community. Every Friday, one penny. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 27, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914

Established 1895. Farmers Paper, published In the <n terestf ot the rural community. Every Friday, one penny. Friday Morning, March 27, 1914. As aunounoed in our last issue, Mr P. D. K. O'Hanlon will be a candidate for the Qoulburu Valley seat at the next State election. Though still a young man, Mr O'Hanlon has had a deal of experience in public life, having sat at the/ local council table for many years. In addition, he has held the position or shire President. Mr O'Hanlon dlscribes himself as a staunch demoorat, and an nounces that he will take early oppor tunities of addressing meetings at the various centres. The annual show of the Numurkah Hcrticultural Society will take plaoe on Friday afternoon next, April 3. The show will be opened by the Hon. W. Hutchinson, Minister for Water Supply, at 2.30 p.m., and amongst the visitors expected are Senator MoOoll, Hon. A. 0 Palmer and Hon. Geo. Graham. Entries close with the secretary, Mr J. Davis, on Wednesday next, and from...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914

SOROSES HAIR TOHIO. This preparation is unsurpassed as a hair food and dandruff preventative. A. little sprinkled on the head night and morning, and gently massaged Into the scalp, renders baldness impossible. Soroses Hair Tonic will absolutely grow hair, and prevent it from falling out. It imparts a beautiful glossy sheen, and brings out all the natural brightness of the hair. Price 3s 6d. Obtainable at all chemists and stores.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914

CHURCH SERV1CE5. Methodist Church, Nathalls Circoit Services will be held on Sunday as follow —Nathalia 11, Narioka 3, P'cola % 7.30, Mr Jackson. Picola North 11. Ys'ca 3, Nathalia 7.30. Rev Uglow ; Kotupaal Mr Seamons ; Yalca Soiuh LI, SeariU Mr Caldwell. Presbyterian Church, Nathalia Circuit Services will be held on Sunday next si follow^—Nathalia 11, and 7.30," Pico's i Rev. I. Glrn Jones. Reformed Church of England—Service will be conducted as follows Barmsi 11, Lower Moira 2.30, Nathalie 7 30, ft cola W. Tuesday next, Kev G. Ghfr stone. Church of England—Services will h held on Sunday next as follows Wakiti (H. C. and distribution of prires II, Narioka 3, Nathalia 7.30, The RS" tor; Nathalia 11 Mr Fox ; Yalca 11, & Golding. Methodist Chubch.—Services next _ Sunday are as follow:—Nnmnrbsh Hi. Mr Glenny ; Numurkah 7 30, Mamagi 11, Congupna West 3, Rev fii.itt: Wmi' ghnu 11, Mr Tyrea; Wunghuu 7 30, Baulkamaugh Sauth 3, Waaia 11, Bet Too ; Cobram 11 and 7.30, Koonootntf 2 3...

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THE RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914

THE tfAkNFALL The following is the rainfall as regis tered at the Nnmarkoh gange from 1880 II LI 68*11 68'11 W3Z 09 tl LV I OZ'Zl eroi 09'II 96'9I OO'tl 31*81 96'3l SI'SI Z9'Il 60'93 68*81 Z9'8l Zl'IZ Z3'6I 99'8S I9'0I et o i or '[ £8'0 tO'O S8'0 88*3 OS'S Il'O I8'0 — 88'0 OS'O Z9'0 31 I ore 96'0 8F0 OI'O 88'1 SO'O ZS'l ieqrasosQ 1 zr Gl'I 9ZZ fO'O Z9'0 ZO'l 83'0 08'0 18*0 S6'I 3Z'0 Ot'O Z6'0 — fZ'O fZ'Z 03*3 69'I ZS'l LV Z 69'0 89 0 ' £S'I 98 ZO'E 991 9l'S 69'I OS'I 9Z'I 88'0 86'0 SI'I 86'0 — 06'0 9F9 89'I 08'3 88'I I9'I tO'S 88'0 WI 1 IS z 89 6Z'S on 68'0 10'8 ZZ'O 89" I 30 "£ OFO 68'0 90'1 98*1 88'0 80'I 89'3 t9'l 99 0 I9'0 et'z OVZ "* Joqnojdag 86 3 ! 68*1 OS'i £9'2 99'0 OO'S IS'O 690 OZ'I 80'S 83'I 88'I 9Z'8 Z9'0 88'I t8'3 9FI 09*8 on 33'I 99'S 6F0 ?sa2ay 99 I 1 69' W\ £8'I M)'Z zrz 18*1 f9'0 8Z'I IS'I 63'0 St'I I9'l 09'0 18'0 80'3 IFI 88'I 98'3 30'8 SFO 08'0 • 9* Z ! L'Z C9'0 £9'1 SO I 93'I 08'3 9FI 00'I ZO'3 90'8 89'8 81'3 I9'I 9Z'I IZ'S 19*1 IS'I Ov'G 96'S 61'8 t9'0 ••• | 9S...

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UNLOVELY NUMURKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914

UNLOVELY NUMURKAH. Sir,—Would it not be common fairness if yonr correspondent "Kill Cooper,' particularly when hiding his identity under a nom-de-p!ume, were to sscsrtais from the official source—our secretaty the correctness of his statements before committing them to print. In your issue . of 6ch inst, he asserts that "months hate gone past since the last meeting of the Mechanics' was held," and in that e: 20th inst. he confidently states that ass result of his "articulations" (!) a meet ing has been called." !5sow, Sir, car records clearly show that our meeting was held some days before his article oi 6th Inst. appeared, and consequently hie statements are incorrect. With his pro- . fessed extensive knowledge of h'a mnrkah's requirements, his presence s: any future meetings would be heartily welcomed, and possibly he may solve the problem that has beset the committes and subscribers. -Tcurs, etc., F. W. COOP, President Namarkah Mechanics' Institute.

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

pjn a nq &ftotra F@1 PURE GROCERIES OOME TO CORKE & CO. ,Th® L@tnt®ini Saason. We are showing a large assortment of Tinned Fish. Tinned goods of any kind are dangerona nnleS3 carefnlly paoked an' sealed. Oar stocks are purchased from packers of the highest reputation who guarantee their manu factures pure. The following lines are now in stook :— Fresh Herrings, Kippered Herrings, Herrings in Sauce, Oysters, Sa - moD, Sardines in Oil, Smoked Sardines, Lobster, Whitebait, etc. PiESEIWEB F The great substitute for fresh fruit, especially when the latter is scarce. By many it is preferred to the fresh fruit owiDg to the excellence of its quality. If yon purchase the brands we sell you will get the best that can be produced. The following will prove inviting :— Peaches, Pears, Quinces, Pineapples, Cherries, Apricots, etc. ST PASTE Hf the very choicest flavor and in good variety. Taatefnlly packed in glass jars, which guarantee safety to the consumer. Flavors as follow :— ...

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Temperance Notes. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914

Temperance Notes. (Contributed.) The Masonic Grand Lodge of Ar kansas has adopted a resolution mak ing it a Masonic offence for any mem ber of the order to sign a petition for the granting of a saloon licence, or to circulate snoh a petition. Mr Bryan, who has been actively engaged in trying to avoid complica tions with Japan oyer the Oalifornian Land Bill, has spent some time in Japan. A good story of bis experi ence there is told in the "Methodist Times." He was invited by Admiral Togo to drink to his health in cham pagne. To do so would have been to break his temperance pledge; and to refuse, nnless with the utmost tactfulnesa, might have caused much offence. Raising his glaBs of water to his lips, he very neatly combined a mild rebnke and a graceful compli ment in the same sentence. "Ad miral,1'he responded, "all your vic tories have been won on water. When you win on champagne I will drink them in champagne." The spectacle of water being re tailed in the public streets can be s...

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

SOROSES HAIR TONIO. This preparation is unsurpassed as a hair food and dandruff preventative. A little sprinkled on the head night and morning, and gently massaged Into the cealp, renders baldness Impossible. - Soscass Hate Tonlo will absolutely grow hair, and prevent it from falling out. It imparts a beautiful glossy sheaa, and brings oat all the natural brightness of tho hate. Prise 33 Sd. Obtainable at all chemists and stores.

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Sales Report. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914

Sales Report Messrs J. L. Jeffers and Co. Pfcy. Ltd., Stock and Station Agents, Melbourne, and Dubbo, N.S.W., report sales during the month of February to :— H. P. Bedwell, jun. (Bushworth), 5S0 acres near Dnbbo. A. Furney, 614 acres, Terramungamine estate, Dubbo. Jomes Clarke (lata Wangaratta), 1250 aores, Terramungamine estate. Weir Bros, (late Whittlesea), S50 aores, Dubbo. Henry KiuBey, Nathalia, 1300 acres, near Peak Hill. A Fuller, in conjunction vrith J. P, Gaffy, 300 acres, Tatura S. G. Clonghton, 1153 aores, Leongatha, 1850 aores near Narrandora to an es Narioka reaidenb. Clearing Sales for Messrs J". D. Shearer, Jas. Clarke, W. Wilkie, E, E. Stuokey, Shearer and Millgate, and leasing pro perties for Mrs B. Kelly, "Warragul, and various othere.

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. (To the Editor.) Sir,—Or Campbell has cried "stink, ing fish." At the Nathalia igrien'tar.i Society's social fnnotion he expressed plea3nro that " bankers, auctioneer;, drapers, etc., were kept from filling the offices, and not like a society not 100 miles away." The construction to te placed on this is that Nathalia's sacce;; has been bronght aboat by keeping the townsmen ont, and Namurkah's decline (for Nnmnrkah is plainly the " society not 100 mile3 away") by allowing towns men in. Bnt I believe this is not s\ Nathalia ha? succeeded because the whole community—banker, auctioneer and draper, as well as the farmer—ha; worked with one end in view, Nnmnr kah's decline is because the banker, toe auctioneer, the draper, and, it has to re admitted, the farmer, have not taken sufficient interest in their own society, The shire President is a big-hearted man, bnt he never attends meetings ot the local society to help it along. Why, then, shonld he...

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Presentation to Mr Thos Hadden. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914

Presentation to Mr Thos liadden. There wag a large attendance of the friends and neighbors of Mr Thos. Hadden at CamphelPa Commeroial Hotel, Kotupna, on Saturday even ing, when the members of the race club took occision to make h;m a P'eaentation p evious to his departure for Lyndhu'st. The tables were nicely set out with delicaciu3 by the Misses Campbell, and Cr A. McDonell was voted to the chair. The chairman save the boait of The King, and this beiog duly honored, he asked bhem be charge their glasses, and d'ink the heabh of their guest (Mr Thos. Hadden). Thcy had all felt th't it would neb be right bo let bim depart without marking the event wi'h some tek^n of their esteem. He bad been the first president of the Picnic Race Club and had taken an active part in public affairs. When he first came to the district they had been opponents for shire honors, bat as he came to know Mr Haddon he al t°red his fi-sb impression and to-day there was no man he thought more of (Hear, hear.) Mr...

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INVERGORDON. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914

INVERGORDON. —: / The annual sohool picnio wa3 held here last Wednesday, and was patronised by about 150 people. The wants of the inner man were first attended to, and fall ja8tice was done to the delicacies provided by the parents and the mem bers of the committee. Then sport commenced in earnest, and the com petition among the juveniles proved very keen. Every scholar sucoeeded in annexing one priae, and many exoeeded that number, The competitions among the adult section caused great excite ment, several close finishes being notice able, the only runaway matches being between the " King'' motor cyole and some of the local pedestrians, one of them conceding him a start and then winning easily, The lengthy programme provided amusement all the afternoon ; then another attaok was made on the commissariat department and the healthy appetites of all were satisfied. Darkness coming on everybody wended their way homewards perfectly satisfied with the day's onting and enjoyment. There were...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DUNBULBALANE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914

UUNBULBALA.NE. The first meeting of the Dunbnlbalane State-school committee was held in the school-room on 16 inst., for the parpose of electing officers for the next trienniai period, the following appointments being made :—Mr D. Mnrchison Presi dent, Mr P. Le Page correspondent, Mr C, Donald treasurer, Mrs Kettle, Mrs Hester, Mr J. Dempster and Mr A. Williams, committee.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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MEETINGS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914

MEETINGS, ETC. Friday, 27th.—Choir practice, Numur- i kah, 8 p.m. Sunday -nest—HOLY COMMUNION NUMUKKAH, 7.30 a.m. Wednesday, April 1st-—Rector at In vergordcm." ' Lenteti service at Nunmrkah 8 p.m. Religions- Instruction—Roofcor visits State-Bohool — Tuesdays, Numtirkah (weekly j: 0.15 f Wednesday, Invergordon and My wee - 0.15,: Strathmer ton 8.30 (all fortnightly). . Marriages—By Bppointmeat"-(ercept in Lent). To avoid possible inconvenience, the Reotor desires early notification. HYMNS — (6th Sunday in Lent. Pas sion 8unday): 107,252, 86, 97,263 (H 0. 311, 318, 820.) Subject lor next Sunday :—"Passion tide." Meditation dating Lent,—The story of the Temptation in ti'e wilderness.

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Labor's Fighting Policy. MR FISHER'S TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914

Labors Fighting Policy. MR FISHER'S TOUR. Liberalism should score off the speeches which Mr Fisher, as leader of the Opposition, is delivering: in the coarse of his foar-thoasand mile tour. The speeohes show thac, in spite of belli cose harangues of the rank and file, official Labor has no stomach for early battle. " There mast be no doable dissolution," exclaims Mr Fisher, and he denounces the proposed appeal to the Governor General as a ridiculous imper tinenoe. Mr Fisher gives bis reasons for assuming that, when approached by Mr Cook, the Govenor will decline to send senators to the coantry. The two test bills which ths SenBte declined to pass last session, and which will be re submitted to it at a comparatively early date, are, Mr Fisher contends, too trivial to justify a doable dissolution. With Mr Hughes be tosses them contenptaonsly aside as having no practical bearing on any live issue, and as being mere test measures introduced for party purposes in what Mr Cook has called ...

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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. Willlamson, ThL. Plan of Church Services for March [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914

Church of England Chronicle. (Edited tor the members and adherents of the Ghnroh in the Parochial diairlob of Nnmnrkah.) Hector, Kev 8, W, WilllamBon, ThL. Plan of Ghuroh Services for March NUMURKAH 8.8. 2.30 p.m STR'THM'T'N 8.S. 10 a.m. WUNGHNU S.S. 2 p.m. KATUNGA S.S. 2 p.m. 81 16 22 29 mF eR aR mD eR MR MR eF eR mF eR mE MR aF aR aE aF aR aF aR On above plan m stands for morning, a for afternoon, e for evening, M for Morning Holy Communion, e.s. for Snnday-aohool, R for Rector, F for Mr Falconer, D for Mr Davis."

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YALOA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914

YALOA. The annnnl fete in connection with Christ Charoh woo held in the charch grounds on March 11th in ideal wea ther for an open-air entertainment. The gronnda were brilliantly lighted by acetylene gas ander the able supervision of Mr J. W. Mnntz. The tea-rooms were in charge of Mesdames T. H;sken, G. Jookson. Geo. Oobblediok and MoCsrron, these Icdieo working hard in enpplying the wants of the folk who patronised them. Mrs Jack Gundry acted as treasurer. The prodnos stall wag ia the hands of SfeadaiasB J. W, Mantz and J. Orane. This stall was a new idea for Yaloa and proved a most lucrative undertaking. Miss Oissie Munta kindly took obarge of the fanoy stall, ably assisted by Miss Phelps, and these ladies proved excellent saleswomen as resalts were splendid. Lolly stall, Miss Jeannie Mantz, Mrs J. Grandy assisting. Excellent business was done in the ice cream department; Misses Daisy Mantz and Ella Keodell being in obarge, Messrs Les Mantz and P. Bed well helping. Misses Alma Gnn...

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