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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914
AFTER -'FIFTEEN'-YEARS' Time is the best test of trntb, Here is q Shepparton story which has stood the test-of time;- It is n otory^with" $ point which will come straight home to many of as.'1 Mrs - Jamet Leagrove, ' High-street, Shepparton saysFifteen years ' ago I stated that Doon'o Backache Kid ney Pills hod eared me of kidney ail ment, "and gave yoa permission to publish this statement for the benefit of other cofferers. I am pleased to say now that time has pre yed my onre to be a permanent one, for I aw still free of tbej ailment. I bad been a martyr to baokaebe, and alweyB felt drowsy and had attacks of vomiting, -bat Doan'B Backache Kidney Pills altered all that fifteen years ego, and I have been right ever since. I advise all snfferers to nse this remedy ; a dose or two of the Pills occasionally keeps one in good health," We feel the need of a good kidney remedy as we grow older, for the kidneys beoomejweak with yearn of work. Then give yoar kidneys the help they need by ta...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914
NEWS AND NOTES; The total amount of oolleotions for the year 1913 for the Home Mission Fund was' £18. This is the amount we were asBeBsed at, and is higher than previous records, if we except 1911, when an amount raised in Lent as self-denial was included. The Clergy Provident Fund total thiB year is also higher than last year's by £1 —the amount of £4 6s 9d being credited. At the last meeting of the Wunghnu Branch of the Heralds of the King Young People's Missionary Auxiliary, the Rec tor commenced a study of Chignell's boot, " Twenty-one years in New Guinea." The book will be the subject at six fort nightly meetings, and thGse who are in terested in Misoionary work should find great benefit in attending these lectures. Fot the first time the " Heralds' Book of Prayer and Praise," authorised by the Primate of Australia, was used. Next Thursday night will be held th sen ice at Yonanmite which was men tioned some time ago. Tho Rector has been asked to preaoh, and the Revs A 0 Horner ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914
Mr. P. R. MILES, a well-known Interstate Traveller, . REPRESENTING ONE OF THE LARGEST COMMERCIAL FIRMS IN AUSTRALASIA, WRITES A REMARKABLE LETTER TO CLEMENTS TONIC LTD.. IN WHICH HE DRAWS THE PUBLIC ATTENTION TO HIS WONDERFUL RECOVERY TO HEALTH AFTER ALL MEDI CINES FAILED HIM. MR. MILES EMPHATICALLY DECLARES HE CONSIDERS THIS TONIC THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD. BECAUSE HE KNOWS WHAT IT DID FOR HIM AND FOR HIS SYDNEY FRIEND WHO ADVISED HIM TO TAKE IT, AND WHOM IT CURED OF RHEUMATISM AFTER HE HAD BEEN CON SIDERED INCURABLE. READ THIS LETTER-IT IS GOOD READING FOR THOSE,WHO DESIRE TO REGAIN HEALTH. Commercial Travellers' Club. Moore St., Sydney, 3/4/13. CLEMENTS TOMIC LTD., " For years I suffered from CHRONIC INDIGESTION and DEBILITY, andt as my profession is one involving very strenuous duties in the interests of one of the largest international firms represented in Australia, at times 1 found it very difficult, on account of ill-health, to perform those duties, satisfactorily to myself....
Catholic Federation. A SUCCESSFUL YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914
Catholic Federation. A SUCCESSFUL YEAR. The second annual report of the Victorian branch of the Australian Catholic-'Federation has "been issued" by the State Connoil. It shows that 356-branches of the Federation have been formed in Victoria; with about 5000 workers as members of the branch councils. Over 40,000 mem bers were enrolled during last year. Prominence is given in the re port to the Education Question, in connection with which public meet ings have been held in all the important centres throughout Vic toria. 100,000 copies of a leafleb dealing with the question have been distributed. The State Council ex presses a determinat'on to persist in bringing under the notice of fair minded non-Catholics the injustice of the present system as it affeots Catholic citizens. The Federation is also actively opposing the pro posal to introduce sectarian teach ing into the publio schools of Vic toria. Ib contends that a question involving bhe conscientious right-1 of any citizens is nob...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914
CRICKET, A meeting of delegates of the Goulbum V alley Association was held at the house of Mr Carnie on Monday, '23rd inst. Delegates were present from Yonanmite, Katamatite, Naring Dip, Drumanure, Nnmurkah and Wunghnu, As Druma- nure had won the minor premiership, with Wunghnu, Youanmite and Naring Dip in the succeeding places, a draw was made for the semi-finals, which starts on Saturday. Results—Drumanure meet Youanmite at Naring Dip, and Wunghnu meet Naring Dip at Numurkah. That sufficient time shall be allowed the matches will start at 12.30 and cease at 6 p.m., and be decided on the first innings, unless both innings be played in the afternoon. The winners of the semi-finala will meet on the following Saturday, at a place to be fiTed. At the conclusion of the rounds the batting and bowliDg averages were deoided, and for the former Mr M. Clnrey, of Youanmite, with 12 innings, 4 times not out, scored an average of 30 6, while Mr J. Tidd, of the same club, with 12 inning, 1 not ...
Numurkah County Court. TUESDAY, MARCH 24. (Before His Honor, Judge Johnson). Claim for Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 27 March 1914
Numurkah County Court. TUESDAY, MARCH 24. (Before His Honor, Judge Johnson). Claim for Commission. Muntz Bros. v. James Doyle : Claim for £52. Mr Dickson appeared for &nbsp; plaintiff, and Mr Carse for defendant, who counterclaimed £56, commission on sale of a farm. Defendant deposed that, with Mr Ball, who was acting for Muntz Bros, he was passing Farrall's farm at Strath- merton. Ball asked him if he knew anyone wanting a farm, and said the price was £8 10s per acre. Witness said if Ball could get an offer at £8 he thought he could get a buyer on the un- derstanding that witness shared the commission. Ball replied that he would be only too pleased to allow commis- sion. Later received a letter from Ball, in which it was stated that he had the offer of the farm at £8, with crop given in. Went with Mr Kilpatrick (Muntz Bros'. manager at Numnrkah) to the farm, Ball also being there. Saw Mr and Mrs Farrall, and the farm was in- spected. Told Kilpatrick he was buying for a man ...
EDITORIAL. THE CLERGY PROVIDENT FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 3 April 1914
EDITORIAL. THE CLERGY PBOYIDENT FUND. This io a Fund established to provide ' allowances for Clergy superannuated: or inoapaoitatad, and for Widows and . Orphans of Clergy deceased. Every Clergyman who pays a yearly premium receives a retiring allowaaco-of £5 for' every year he has subscribed, and his widow, is entitled to half thafc-cmonist, not exceeding £160 per annum in the former case, or £50 in the latter ( and an annual allowance of £8 for each child ander 10. The Fund is supported by an annual subscription from eaoh of the Clergy (Numurkah is £10 8a) and by offertories on every Fourth Sunday in Lent; Also by special-donations. Tho Laity ahonld subscribe liberally, beoause, on the stipends they get, with numerous oalls, the clergy cannot make provision. Also no parish would care to see a man laboring on undor'difiiculties of age and infirmity merely beoauso he must do so" to live. It would be more in the true ; interests of the parish to put him into the position of being abl...
MEETINGS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 3 April 1914
MEETINGS, ETC. Sunday nont—HOLY COMMUNION NUMURKAH, 7.30 a.tn. Wongbnu, 11. Monday,. 6fch~Veetry Meeting Kumar kab, 7.80 p.m. SERVICES -NEST WEEK (Holy Week—Numnrkah daily? 30a.m. (esoept Wed). EvensoDg . 7.30 p.m. (escept Mbn.) GOOD FRIDA.Y—Wunghnu 11 a.m., Strathmorton 2.30, Numarkuh 7.80 p.m. Religions Instruction—-Reotor visits State-sohool — Tuesdayo, Numnrkah (weekly) 0.15 j Wednesday, Invergordoh and Mywee 0.15, Strathmorton 0.20 (all fortnightly). MarrisgGQ—-By appointment (oaoapt in Lent). To avoid possible inconvenience, the Keotor desires early notiEoation. HYMNS for next Sunday (Palm Suuday)303, 34.1, 00, 09. (H 0. 311, 313,820)1 Subject—" The King Cometh." Meditation this weelr^Las. 1, v 12.
Church of England Chronicle. (Edited for the members and adherents of the Church in the Parochial district of Numurkah.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 3 April 1914
Church of England Chronicle. (Edited to? Jibe members and adhbrcnto oi tho Church Iq the Parochial district o£ Ntuaurbah.) Eecfcor, Bo? S, W. WUllaEsoay. Tkfi." Ploa oSCHbecH Ses?li»3lo? Apfil NUMUBtlH. 8.8. 2.30'p.m STR'THM'T'N 8.8, 10 a.m. WUNGHNU 8.8. 2 p.m. KATUNGA S.8. 2 p.m. $ ■ ' 15T • mb mP eE eB MB' qE MB aF • aF aB On above plan -m standa for morning, a for afternoon, e for evening, M for Morning Holy Communion, a.e, • for Sunday-eohool, B for Sector, F for Mr Falconer, D for Mr Davie.
Electric Light at Nathalia. LARGE PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 3 April 1914
Electric Lightat Naihalla, LARGE PL BLIO MEETING, Great interest has been taken in the above question since the iaat ooflncil s tonaer ? ^de^rovillon altpcceptsd from Messra R. Hornsby & Sons for a snotion gDa-engine against the recommendation of their consulting engiheep^Mes^a McCarty Underwood & Go.; imfsvor of the -Tahgye^engine, tendered for by Messrs Dalgety & 60., being accepted on the ground that it was the lowest tender by £59, that it was a larger eDgine of the latest type, and that it wonld save in fnel oonsnmpfcicin a sum of from £40 to £50 a year. There were fully 150 present at the meetine, Mr Wm, Foster was'elected cbfcir man. He said he was'now almost a disinterested party, but he knew that they wonld deal fairly with the question they had come to disease. - Mo doubt the matter deserved their bestqonsidera tion. _ He would first call on the fcpre sentative of the Tengya engine; Mr iB. Graham Tucker, to address thorn, Mr Tucker said his -people"...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 3 April 1914
WEjLL AND STRONC, What a grand thing' it is for women to feal wel' and • ntronyr7 The ^Iiadiea* College | of Health has brought forward a home I treatment that haa restored thousands to' good health at a trifling coat. Those in-: tenated can find out all about "it if they send two penny stamps to Dept. 47, Ladies' College of Health, 46 Elisabeth-street. SIol- j bourne To have sound digestion, vigour, vitality, health, your stomach must be healthy and able to digest food perfectly. When your stomach is out of order you are sure to su&er the discomforts-and pains mf indi gestion, such as pains after eating,' flatulence, bilious attacks, giddiness, palpitation, headaches, furred tongue, loss of appetite, or consti -potion. In thousands e? such cases'-* Mother Seigel'a Syrup has restored1 good health. It is made from roots, • barks, and leaves, which tone and strengthen the stomach, 'stimulate the liver to healthy action, and regulate fth?: bo&efe;- In this Way. Mother S...
UNLOVELY NUMURKAH. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 3 April 1914
UNLOVELY NUMURKAH. (To the Editor.) Sib,—Under the above heading I read with a oertain amount of satisfaction, a letter that waa promulgated In your issue of the 27th inat., signed by the Presi dent of the Numurkah Mechanics' Insti tute. And In reply to that 41 splcey" piece of correspondence which has ap peared in your valuable columns, I wish to remind the writer of the old French Baying, 44 He who exouses himself aocusea himself." He distinctly states in his epistle (?) that I should have ascertained from the official source—the seoretary— the correctness of my statements before committing them to print. Moreover he states that a meeting was held some dayo before my artiole appeared That being so, if it is oorreot ; how many days before the 6th Inst, was it when the meeting was held ? My letter was in your hands four days before the 6th inat. And his statement of going to the secretary to eain information has been done with un success, as the secretary informs that no minute book...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 3 April 1914
®ET uiiiRnn YOU ©ET A PROFESSIONAL NURSE well known throughout-Western Australia, writes her opinion. NURSE ALICE WILKINSON, 21 Hyde Street, Nik.-Perth, tends 'this letter': " I have spent many years in my profession as a nurse, both here arid in Victoria. I have nursedr the sick of 'all descriptions, and some have been very low and weak.' The question always "arises in the mind of the nurse what is the best medicine for a patient when thoroughly run down or to keep them froriV getting low . and prostrated From'yearsof experience and close observation I can 9ay I . know ofnomedicine aa good so CLEMENTS TONIC as & serve food and appetising medicine, creating a desire for nourishment. It quickly gives health and strength. (Signed) NURSE WILKINSON." No truer lotto? was cv.r written to woacn tiah this one, proving the healthful properties of this remarkable medicine. Where the nervous system is shattered through exhaustive studies, fever, wasting illness, or brain fag, this medi...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. DUNBULBALANE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 3 April 1914
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. (From Oar Ovra Oorreopondenta.) uUHBULBAL&m The Dnnbnlbalane State sohool plonio was held here on Thursday, 19th March, the spot ohosen being at the footbridge known as Bryce's over the Broken o;eek. The pionio was oondnoted ander ideal weather condition9, and being the first held nndet that heading was in the opinion of all, a great success. In ad dit on to the parents and children con nected with the sohool, a very large nnmber of friends took part in the anting. The large assortment of fmit, sweets, and nsefnl presents on hand was sufficient to oonvince all that the child ren were in for a good time, and need less to say this was the experience. The programme was in the hands of an energetic committee, who were kept basy daring the afternoon getting off the different events, and gs nsnal the catering and distribution of prises, etc., was in the hands of the ladies, who carried out their dntiee in a praiseworthy manner. After fall jastioe hod been do...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 3 April 1914
N-OTI-G E. 3MS, BEL-L &lt;§s :00. Are BOYERS of Wheat, Barley and v.QafBht Sfiraaga ead Wasia; Cash on delivery at Railway Stations. 'Be^Oeentatkoii J. OUMMXNG, Sen. Katnnga; J. CUMMING, Jon , Wsiia. TOOTHACHE DROPS Une drop on wadding always effective. Is. s bottle. Straw Hat Cleaner Sd, a pscket. G]d hats made to look new. Antisepetic Shampoo, Removes Dandruff and makes hair soft and glossy. Is. 8d. a jar. Backache and Kidney -Pills, Is, 6d. a bottle. This is a specially good line. LIVER PILLS, It. t bottle. Splendid for BilHoatnetB and sluggish livers, Carnation Powder, Delightfully perfnmed. Is b tin. 89* Orders by mail, telephone or coach dispatched promptlv 'Phone 22 V. M. A. WM.TER, Chemist, Numurkahi the Federal Cash Store GROCERY, —-i-'Qaality and Prices Right. Ironmongery, Crockery, Glassware, A splendid assortment to choose from . dairy produce. We make a speciality of Dairy Batter. and New" Laid Eggs. Hides, Bbins. Tallow, Wheat, Eggs, Butter. We bay in any qoant...
NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 3 April 1914
NATHA.LIA. A warrant has been exeouted for the arrest, on a charge of a serions offence against a married woman at Lower Moira, of a man named John Marks. Action has been taken tbrongh the ef forts of Deteotive Sullivan, and it is stated that an arrest has heen made at Footsoray, and that a remand has been made to the local oonrt, One step along—just a little step has been mode by the progress associa tion in the direction of taking advantage of the reserve in Blabe-street on summer evenings by the parohase of several comfortable looking and strong seats, which have been piaoed in position. No donbt the seats will be appreciated, par tioclarly when the co noil find the water to make a verdant green. At a meeting of parents of ohildren attending the Barmah East school the following gentlemen were appointed a School committee Messrs Jas. Ross, H. Bell, W. R. Pearoe, J. W. Ferrari, P. Knowles, W. Lnbkeacd H. Wright. Good work has been done by the re tiring committee daring the year, a ...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 3 April 1914
CHURCH SERVICES. PSEBBYTEBIAN ChOEOH.—Services will be conducted next Sunday as follow :— Numurkah 11 and 7.80, Drumanure 8, Bev J. A. Lee. Oobram Charge—Naring 11, Yarroweyah 8, Cobram 7, Bev Harvey. Methodist Church.—Servioes next Sunday are as follow:—Numurkah 11, Bev Trueman, 7.30 Rev Hiatt; Wuughnu, 11 Bev Hiatt, 7.80 Bev Yeoj Cobram, 11 Mr Arthur, 7.30 Bev Trueman; Baulka maugh, 11 Mr Fowler ; Banlkamaugh Sth, 3 Mr Tyres, 7.30 Mr Kilpatrick; Naring, 3 Bev Yeo, 7.80 Bev Trueman; Strathmerton, 3 Bev Trueman, 7.80 Rev White; Marungi, 11 Rev Yeo, 7-30 Mr 6. Williams; Kaarimba 11, Bev Hiatt, 7-80 Mr Cook; Congupna West, 8 Mr Jaffray ; Bunbartha, 7.30 Mr Jafiray; Waaia, 11 Mr Fowler, 7.30 Mr J. Fowler ; Koonoo moo, 2.30, Mr Jordan; Katamatite, 8 Bev Roberts, 7 30 Mr Uevenish; Dunbulbalane 11 Mr Sullivan, 7.30 Rev Roberts; You arang, 11 Rev Boberts; Youanmite, 3 Mr Roe. Chuboh or England—See Churoh of England oolumn. Methodist Church, Nathalla Circuit Services will be held on Sunday ...
INVERGORDON [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 3 April 1914
INVERGORDON As a result of the reoent rains, there is a rapid growth in the yonng grass, the surface having a nice green appearanae. farmers are busily engaged working the fallow, and, in some oases, sowing operations have commenced. * Another fall of rain would be most acceptable now, as the strong winds have removed the moisture from the surface, and it would also prove beneficial to the young grass. The following gentlemen have been elected as members of the Invergordon school committee :—Messrs E. Patrick (chairman), 8. Maslin (correspondent), J. White, T. Eddy, 8. Ooombs, W. Gribben and J. Burkitt.
ANNUAL MEETING. MR F. G. SLEEP, PRESIDENT. MESSRS G. FOWLER and JOHN CHRISTIE, JUN., vice-Presidents. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 3 April 1914
ANNUAL MEETING. MR F. G. SLEEP, PRESIDENT. MESSRS G. FOWuER and JOHN CHRISTIE, Jos.. vice-Presidents. The annual meeting was held at the close of the above. Balance-sheet, RECEIPTS 19 IS To Donations — Arrears £8 12a, Melbourne £78 2s 6d, Local £84 10s— £122 4 6 To Member's Tickets — Ar rears £19 103, Exhibiting £100 NonExhibitlng £20 139 10 0 ,, Gate and Grandstand £72 4b 6d, Side-shows £6 10a 78 14 6 ,, GovernmentSubsfdy £83 fls lOd, Railway Refund £19 19a 6d— 53 6 4 „ Sale of Booths-Publicans £40, Frnit and Temper ance £5, Ice Cream £1 5s, Frankforta 10a— 46 15 0 ,, Rent of Show Grounds— Football Globs £8 5s, Cot tage ISs— 8 18 0 ,, Luncheon and Afternoon Tea £5, Deposit on M.G. Round £l, Protest Peter son £1, Gan Club, Foot ball, Caledonian £7 10s— 14 10 0 ,, Entry Fees £25 12s, License Fees £2 2s 6d, Farm and Home 7s— 28 1 6 By Bank Balance 26-8-14 £582 16s 2d, O.S. Cheques £7 18 - 590 14 2 £1082 14 0 EXPENDITURE 1913 To Bank Balanoe £479 12s 4d, O.S. Cheques £8 5s, £487 1? 4 ,...
KATAMATITE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 3 April 1914
KATAMATITE. At a meeting of the Mechanics' hall oommittee on Monday last it was de cided to erect a sapper room at the rear of the main building, and for the par* pose of raising fnnds it was decided to hold a ball on Friday, April 17, Mr and Mrs J. Eddy, of this town, have had the misfortnne to lose their infant child after a brief illness. The annnal meeting of the Katama tite football olnb will be held at Lease's Hotel on Satnrday nest. Seventy-seven points of rain were re corded during last week. 8oma farmers in this district have already sown wheat.