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Nathalia Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 3 April 1914

Nathalia Agricultural Society. The first ordinary meeting for the new year was held on Saturday in the Public Hall. Mr. W. Leaf, the newly- elected President, was in the chair, and he was supported by Messrs. G. Jackson and R. J. Peterson, vice-Presidents ; and the following members were pre- sent :—Messrs. R. W. Cobbledick, J. Grant, M. T. Fairman, R. Jones, Jas. Ball, J. H. Tuckett, A. Geary, G. Grant, M. Bourke, P. Nugent, A. Mc- Donell, J. McKenzie, W. Baxter, H. Furze and G. Stickels. Correspondence. From the Donald Agricultural So- ciety, asking support in having the al- lowance for sustenance rate of employees in the income tax schedule raised from 10s to 15s per week.—On the motion of Messrs. Tuckett and Jackson it was decided to have the matter bronght be- fore the Chamber of Agriculture. Ordinary Business. The President brought up the ques- tion of recognising the services of the late secretary. Messrs. Cobbledick, Jackson, Mc- Donell, Geary, Stickels, Ball and Nu- gent sp...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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CLASS F—MISCELLANEOUS. Judge: Miss Stocks. Steward: Mrs S. Callander. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

CLASS F—MISCELLANEOUS. Judge : Miss Stocks. 8te^ard : Mrs ' S. Callander. 3 varieties of jam—Miss I Fawceti, JLatunga, 1; Mrs Harper, 2, 3 varieties of jeUiPS—Mrs Sntcliffe 1; Mrs McPherson 2. Preserved fru.it—Miss C E Harris 1; Mrs E J Ambler 2. Marmalade—lira Harper 1; Mrs id Wilson 2. - Apple "jelly—Mra Harper 1 ; Mrs J Gr.ig 2 Quince jelly — Mra Sutclifte 1; Mra MoPheraon 2. Tomato sauce—Mra Davidson 1 ; Miss F Bockliff, Nnmurkah, 2. Chutney—Mra Harper 1, Mra Bedwcil 2. ; Piokles— Miss M Wilson Loaf of bread—Miss Betts. Pound.cake—Mra M Wilson 1; Mrs N C Callander, Nnmurkah, 2. Soones—Mra J Levings, Nnmurkah, 1 Mra D Tunnock, Numarkah, 2. Scones (girls under 16)—Grace Stewart, Nnmnrkah, 1 ; E Nightingale, Nnmur kah, 2. Tarta—Mrs .Catfcanacb,-Numnrkah, 1; Mrs Harper 2. Satd cake—Mrs Fraser 1; Mrs N C Callander 2. Dressed fowl—Mrs Stewart, Nnmurkah, 1 and 2 Shortbread—Misa L Teare 1; Mrs T 0 Watson 2 Victoria sandwich—Mra Stewart 1; Miss H James 2. Victoria sandwioh (girls under 1...

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CLASS E.—FRUIT. Judge and Steward: Same as Class D. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

CLA8S E.-PBUIT. Judge:aiid Steward: Same as Class -D« Collection of frnit—J Eitchie, Drums nure. Collection apples—J Eitchie. Collection of pears—J Eltohie, -.Qaipoes—Mrs A Suteliffe 1; Eev W T Hiatt 2. Almonds—Misa Segrave, Num ukaHs 1; J Eitchie 2. Grapes—J Eitchie 1; J S Mortimer 2. - Heaviest^bunoh of grapes—Dr, Spence 1 ; Misa H James 2. Peaches—Mra M Ooonerty ; 1 V Mrs. Dick 2.

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CLASS C—MADE-UP FLOWERS. Judge: Miss Thomas. Steward: Mr J Davis. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

CLASS C—MADE-UP FLOWERS. Jndge : MisetThoniatJ. ,8toward ?. -Mis,J Davis.. Florarddaign—H&^Wh&VNainurkah, -Ij K'Msno; Numark'ah,'2. r/.-;S8£k®&6f-^6M3^HradH'irp6r,."i» ;Mra J Greig.. Nnmnrkah, 2. Epergne—Mr.e. Harpsr-ijiMisa E Cal lander, Ndmar^h, 2. Backer ot fiowere—Mrs Harper 1|' Mrs S Callander 2. Ladies' Dre-s Sprayc—Mra Nigbtingalo, Nnmnrkab, 1;, Krs Harper, 2. Hand bonqnet^Mrg. Nightingale. 'G-nPs Buttonholes—Mies E Callander 1;: Mrs Nightingale 2. Specimen vaaea—Mrs Harper, 1; Mies E Callander 2. , Bowl .of flowers. and Antn-mx. leaves— SlrB Fraeer l'j lira Harper 2. Table decoration—Mrs Harper 1; Hiss E Callander 2; Miss M Callander 3; Miss A Callander hon, mention. Sik entries. Afternoon tea table—Mrs B G Selleok, Nnmnrkah, 1; Mrs Bence, Numntkab, 2. Four entries. Decorated easel—Mrs Frasor 1; H J . Pearson 2. Cottage garden — R J Ambler I; L Eraser 2. Best-kept garden — L Fraser 1; Dr Spence 2.

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Numurkah Flower Show. MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

»niir iwiwuiv—"~.»j«ii.iaiate^aMgaK^N : Niimarkah-- FlaweErSfio w. -r MOST S!1nOESSFUL: EX Hi , BIT I ON. Pessimistic, membeis -c! the Nnmnr kab Horticultural Society—(there ere, fort cataly< fes? of tham)—cipined that: ■fromcsp; exhibition; standpoint last Fri day's phow wnnld be somewhat of a fail wins to the nnfavorab.e wpather conditions that t-sisted for ome months But, as events proved, there I was little reason for fear, for the display bf flowers, frait and vegetables, thongh perhaps not ,qnite np to last : year';?;standard, was a yry fine one, and .thocrowds of lovers f hortica'tnre in ail itc forme were not 'ow in expre siag- sppreoiation of the maDy beantifnl blooms'-on view, Dab. - 3nd carnations,: perhaps,- suffered ■re than any other fl >wer by the wea her ; still, even, here there were many choice specimens, showing, as did nearly all the blooms on viev?, carefnl and skilfnl attention at Jhe hands of the grower. The show was opened in the: presence of a ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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BEARII. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

BEARII. The ladies' tournament in connec tion wi-h the Bearii tennis club "-ached finality on Saturday last when the eemi final and final matches were p ayed. Miss M. Sutton beat Miss Wilson, and Mis3 M. Whyfce beat Mrs Gregory, The final match between Miss Sutton and Miss Wbyfce wa3 in teresting to the end, creditable alike to the ladies, the occasion, and Be;riL After a stubborn contest Miss Whyte had to admit defeat by 7 games to 5, and Miss - Sutton thus became the possessor of the racquet donated by the club.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

NOTICE. ,, J AS. EL'- & O Are BOY nS ol Wheat, Barley and ^ Pate at.KatnDga and ;Wcaia. Cash on .-.'aSC^sHTery at Railway Stations. ., ^^.BeprssentotiTea -i ■ Jv GUMIaING, Sen., Katanga. J. GUMMING, .Ion , Wasia. , - mu its; v:-J ~ ^ >B*?WfPii: ii;Ann 1 VII TOOTHACHE- DROPS One.drop on wadding aiways effective. Is. c bottle. Straw Hat ' leaner 8d. a packet, Gld hats made to look nev7. Antisspetic; Shampoo, Remoyes Dandruff and makes hair soft and glossy. Is. 3d, a jar. •rBaciiache and. Kidney Pills, Is. 6d. a bottle. This is a specially good line. LIVER PILLS, Is. a bottle. Splendid for Billionsness and sluggish livers, Carnation Powder, Delight-felly perfumed. Is a tin. Orders by mail, telephone or coach dispatched promptly. -'Phone 22 Y. M. A, YY faiuu HxC&emist, Nimmrkab. THE €ROCEHY, —- Qaality and Prices Right. - Ironmongery, Crockery, GlassTT&re. A splendid assortment to choose from DAIRY PRODUCE -We make a speciality of Dairy Batter. and New Laid Eg...

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NUMURKAH SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

NUMURKAH SHIRS COUNCIL The ordinary monthly meeting o! the a&ovo was heid on Tuesday, when there were present=>Ors Campbell (presi dent), Thornton. Meiklejohn, Furs?, Bali, Tuckett, Moloney, Rose, Purdie, McDoaell, Gordon and Moss. Correspondence, ; From E. Cope, stating that in cch snltation with several residents it had been decided to recommend that the moin Street in Strathmerton be called Main-street. If this was not considered suitable, the writer suggested the name Campbell-street, after the President of the shire.—"Main-street" chosen. From Rating Reform League, ad vising the council that if it was desired to levy rates on unimproved valnes of land, early application for valuations be made,—Received, From Railway Department, Gtating that it was not now the practice of the department to provide weighbridges at railway stations, bat would grant the lease of necessary land and convey necessary parts free of cost, the council to make necessary approaches,—Copy of lett...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

GOOD FRIDAY. Good Friday is not a holiday bat a Holy Day. It is a speoial day set apart BY THE CHUBCH as a Bolemn fast, and it is for this reason that the shops are olosed and work is stopped—to enable people to meditate upon the great aaori doe, and attend publio worship. If Christ had not hang upon the Cross there would be no Good Friday. We are given the day off for the particular reason stated above—there is no other reason. And therefore, even if some do not believe in Christ as God, they mast revere His memory as a great Eeformer,. and we should not expeot that even they should go merry making on the Anniversary of His death. preprint a letter from our Bishop. LETTER FROM THE BISHOP. Bishop's Lodge, Wangaratta, 31st Maroh, 1914, To the Clergy of the Diocese of Wangaratta. My dear Brethren,—the great object of the observance of Lent is to awaken in no a deeper sense of our own oSnfulneBS and the amassing love of God. Both are best of all brought home to us by seeing in our comm...

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The Mechanics' Hall Building. THE QUESTION FURTHER DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

Tlis M&chanies' Hall Building. THE QUESTION FURTHER DISCUSSED. A combined meeting of the Mechanics' Hall committee snd a committee ap pointed at a subscribers' meeting held a we-ak or two ago, was held on Monday evening, when there was a good atten dance, Mr F. W. Coop, (Fresident hall committee) presiding. The President reported tba*. acting on instrnctions, s reqnest had been snb mitted to Messrs Sioan and Goss that they prepare plans for a building suit able for requirements. The architects submitted a sketch plan for an iron building to seat A§0, with a fibro cement lining, at a cost of £1300. This price included adding 10 feet to the present library rooms, a stairway and cloak rooms. After the p'.sns had been discussed in a conversational manner, Mr Selleck suggested that one or two members who would be in Melbourne during the holidays should interview the architects and secure a straight out ststemsnt in points that was considered rather am biguous. Ultimately it was s...

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SERVICES FOR HOLY WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

SERVICES FOB HOLY WEEK. Nnmurkah—Daily.—7.80 a.tn. (except Wed), Ante Communion and Litany; 7 80 p m. Evensong. Subjeot: Confessions of 8in-—Monday, "Pharoah"; Tuesday, "Balaam"; Wed nesday, "Saul"; Thursday, "Judas"; Sat urday, "David." GOOD FRIDAY. Wunghnu 10.30; Strathmsrton 2.80; Nnmurkah 7.80. Subjeot s "The Sin-Bearer." Hymns—105, 106,107, 108, 114, 493— and "Story of the Cross." EASTER DAY. HOLY COMMUNION, Nnmurkah, 7 a.m. annd 3 a.m. Strathmsrton 11 a.m. Wunghnu, Sun« day, 19th April, 9 a.m. Subjeot; "The Risen Lord." Hymns—181,136,189, 499. (H C. 311, 318, 820.) "And note that every parishioner shall communicate at least three times in the year, of whioh Easter to be one."—(Prayer Book Communion Rubrio.) Meditations this week :—The Gospels and Epistles set for Holy Week in the Prayer Book. HOLY WEEK—"The World's Tragedy, Synopsis. Sunday—The Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem. "Hosanna." Monday—The Seoond Cleansing of the Temple. "My House shall bo oalled the House of Prayer." ...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Mxthokisx Cbxtsch.—Services cast Sunday are as folio-??:—Komurkah 11, Sstuaga ".SO, S:rathci£rtoa S, Eev Hi»tt j Nunnrkab 7.SO, Baalksasugh 11, Baulkirasngfc Sth S, Bsv Yeo; Wunghuu 11, Ksarimba 3 Mr Caldwell; Wunghsu 7. SO, Bsv White ; Cobrsa 11, Mr Devenisb j Cobr3tn 7.H0, Hoenoenco 2 SO, Mr Martindsie ; Bantksrsaugh Sth 7-30, Mr Betis; Baring 3, Mr W. Fowler; Marangi 11, Congupnn West J3, Mr G, Fooler ; Marangi 7.20, Band ; Kaariaba 7.30. Mr 3. Fowler ; Banbartba 7-SO, Mr Cook ; W&aia 11, Mr Glasson ; 7-SO, Mr Gleany ; iLatauaatits 8, Mr Davenish • 7.S0, Mr H. Sullivan ; Daabalfcalsne U, Mr G. Williams j 7.80, Ycusrang 11, Mr K, Lnkiss; Ycaaanifce 3, \jr Side footton. Psn=STT23LiK Chxhge.—Services -ill fca conducted cent Sunday as follow ; — Numurkah 7, Waais 11, Yalca 2. SO, Bar. J. A. Lee. Cofcram Charge: — Yarrcwayah 11, Ma ring 3, Cc brans 7 Bsv Harvey. Chusch or Ekc-la-vd—Sea Church of "Enpined column. Methodist Church, Nathalie Circuit— Services wil...

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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 April [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

^ Church of England Chroniol©. (Edited tor the members and adherents o£ the Church in the Feroohlal district o£ Namorhnh.) Hector, Eav 8, W, Willtamaoa, ThL, Plan oi Charoh Servloas £oc April NUMURKAH S.S. 2.30 p,m ^STR'THM'TN i S.S. 10 a.m. WUNGHNU S.S. 2 p.m. KATUNGA 6 12 19 26 mO eR aR mF eR MR MR eD aR mF eR mS MR aF eR aF aF 1 aR aF aR On above plan m stands for morning, a for afternoon, e for evening, M for Morning Holy Commnnion, a.s. for Sunday-sohool, R for Rector, F for Mr Falconer, D for Mr Davis. Marriages—By appointment (except in Lent). To avoid possible inoonvenienoe, the Rector desires early notification.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

SOROSES LIQUID FA03 POWDER. In these dap of cut of door life— motoring, golfing, booting, etc,—3 ro-> Usbls end harmless liqcid pon-ds? Is one cf the nes£Esltie-3 of Ufa. Soroses L'.qdd FaooPovrde? Is tormd by aspects to bo & pcrfcttig Invnlcobla preparation cod 3 decided improvement on tbs old-fash bned dry powder. Besids3 improving dm cppeoranco It sets as a shield to the Sslissto cMa of tha faco against hot triads, ucst, mnie, and other cstrancosn natter. Price- £3 Gd. Chteinabb at & chcsEta tsd ct^s.

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400 Lads for the Farms. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

400 Lads for the Farms. Two large parties of lads numbering altogether about 400 aro. expected to roach Melbonrno daring this month from Great Britain. They ore coming out specially to engage in farm work, and though many of them are without previous experience in work of this kind, they are very willing and anxious to improve their position and prospeots. The lads vary in age from 16 to 20 years, and their services are available at from 10s per week and keep. The Im migration Burean is desirous of plaoing them immediately upon arrival on faimo where they will have opportunities of gaining good experience and receive fair treatment, and employers desiEing their services, are invited to make early ap plication to the Immigration and Labor Bareau, 555 Flinders Street, Melbourne. k considerable number of similar lads have already arrived in the State, and they have on the whole, given very satisfactory service, a great many ex cellent reports having been received from farmers who have ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

NUMURKAH MOTOR Ml! EsATB SQXON'S QARAQEj MELVILLE 11H E I Is E1UEIUBKAH. CARS OVERHAULED AND ADJUSTED LAMPS AND RADIATORS REPAIRED. MAGNETOS % / ■ T .>a \ TYRES REPAIRED w 5 AND AND RE° *%, dp ] TUBES MAGNETISED. " j VULCANISED. New Parts of any description made. Petrol, Oils, Grease, and all motor accessories kept in stock. Tyres, Tubes, Prestolites, etc., etc. —— ■ Qum Ropalpc a Spoelality. ~=—— NEW AND LUXURIOUS CARS FOR HIRE AT ANT TIME DA? OR NIGHT. Agents for the Famous Speifcer and Schneider French Cars. RAPS & THOMuwn, UBnthei's f harn\acy Drugs and Chemicals aod all Patent Medicines, PrescrlptlonSj Family Recipies, Etc. DEPOT FOR NYAL'S AND SIGMA REMEDIES and Amateur Photo Snppiies. KIESELDORF SALTS— Recommended for the treatment of Goat and Rheumatism. Half to one teagpoonfal Is taken in s tumbler of warm water before breakfast—and when all traces of the ailment hare gone, take an occasional dose—say about once a week. Price 2s. DYSPEPSIA TABLETS— A beneficial a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

V i /^nr i / -[—J • /—\ /-•-—i .r' t ^ s i v ) / ■1H- p*" i n ^ • f ! / ,.: j-, 0 ! QJ ' J dnv \n, «»»*- -'r - H ^ jj l Jo l i ■ u j vy M [1V /fl J W? V1 '-'if' °i •' -Wi-S .h>>? vU v T L_klcJ£] V ^11 b IJ (n, Boarke street (A^Da00Prsoup) The ^aitLu is tS«f-":"~ comment. from Q.P.O. / too well/ known to need Srcryfchiag uaLr the direot Bnpc*vision o" the Proprietor, a3aisted by a moat com. patent staff. V (?13ilt'irallafc tal S'aatoraliat oar First Consideration. I so eotfnlly Solicit a Trial. A. DONALDSON, proprietor. I) IT K H, FURNISHING HSDBBTAK3B aitd QBNSBAjlj buildbb e§MHLYILLE 8BTEET, MUKUBKAH Picture Framing a Specialty, Bepsir executed la all Branches of the Building - Trade, Monumental Tombstones and Bailings, at Lowest Possible Bateo, Hearse, Mourning Ooach, Etc. 'Phone 82. YIELIMA General Blacksmith. LL KINDS oFiACBINEBY REPAIRED." BABVE8TERS A SPECIALITY. Wood Work Made and Repaired. Agent for T. Robinson's Famons FEDERAL HARVESTERS AND ALL mm IMPLEMENTS. FOOTBAL...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. BARMAH EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. (From Oar 0?ra Correspondents.) BARHAH EAST. A severe accident happened to Mr W. R. Pearce on Thurs day last. He was in his stable yokias np his beam when. owing to the rolling of a bag of chaff in the feed house frightening one of his horses,, and causing it to run backwards, Mr Pearce was severely crushed sg«iosb a post, !a:eratiog and breakirg several of his ribs and inflicting other injuries. He was treated by Dr Keyes and is mending slrwly.

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The Numurkah Leader ESTABLISHED 1895. A Farmers Paper, published in the interests of the rural community. Every Friday, one penny. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

BzikSLXSBSD 1895. A Farm era Paper, published In the In lerestt of the rural community. Every Friday, one penny. Friday moan's, apetl 10, 1914. We beg to draw attention to the Com I monwealth of Australia's notice which appears in this issue re enrolment on the Electors,! Rolls of the State of Victoria. Or T. F. Lyons, of Essendon, an nounces that he has definitely decided to^ contest the Goolbnra Valley seat at the; forthcoming election. He will take early opportunity of addressing the elec tors at the various centres. Some interesting items, lnclnding the Barley*Williams wedding, a letter from A Country Girl, and Mr A* B. Biggar's speech at Nathalie, are crowded oat of this issue. Some weeks ago a canvass was made for the purpose of obtaining requisites for the local State-school and grounds. We understand a most generous response was mad8 by the public, and it has been sug gested by one or two subscribers that some information be supplied regarding the smonnt raised, and the purp...

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Subscriptions Received. We beg to acknowledge the following subscriptions to THE LEADER to December 31, 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

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