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

; SQEOSES SKIN FOOD. Every woman who wishes to sj _ baantlfal should nsa ■ "SOROSES" for the Gkln?_ St.. being.. tmanrpssssd So pre earring tho eompisdion. Z:r:.z:z 0L!_ l"c.d E ■ • frakoning, eoitanbaj -deanairsg, and bcaotilplng, rgabca.. all rrab-ha: cg;h :: ghn-sles, lircohh: zzi" ::ilow. ne:3 dtapwmr libo SV ~ Ca Gd w":v i 'ddr^bb cis oil s :^si vL%vJ, n \ji m s TOR* PD R EGR OCERIES COME TO BROWN,CORKE & CO !Th® - Lenten Season. We are showing a large assortment of Tinner) Fi?b. Tian-d goods of any kind are danner<»os nnl»*s* earpfniiy packed an sealed. Oar stocks are purchased from packers of tfce highest reputation who gnarantee-their manu factures pure. The-following lines are now in stock :— Fresh Herrings, Kippered Herrings, Herrings in Sance, Oysters, Sa - mon, 8ardines in OH, Smoked Sardines, Lobster, W.hitebait, etc PRESERVED TRU IT. . .The great substitute for fresh frnit, especially when the latter is scarce. By many it isrpreferrfid to the fresh f...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NUMURKAH WATER TRUST. TUESDAY, APRIL 7. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

NUMURKAH WATER TRUST. TUESDAY, APRIL 7. The ordinary monthly meeting o! the abo?e was held on Taesdoy last, when the following were presentGoms Farze (chairman), Moss, Pnrdie, Gor don, MoDonell, Ball, Meiklejohn, Ross, Maloney, Campbell, Thornton :and Tnckett. Correspondence. From D. McDonald, Nathalie, ask ing for permission to cat dead timber for firewood on the oreek frontage.—-To be informed that application shonld be made to the forests officer. From Leslie Mnrpby, stating that owing to his father's illness it wonld be impossible for him to complete the weir at Mnndoona.— Mr Nelson, Benalla, wrote, undertaking to complete the work at the price tendered for by Mr Mnrphy. [It was announoed at the meeting that Murphy had since died.J— Dealt with in engineer's report, Reports. R. Callander reported the collection of £118 15s 6d. Four users had re fused to pay meter rates, and he asked that the meters be tested before legal proceedings were taken.—MeterB to be tested, and if found o...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIRE OF NUMURKAH. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

SHIRE OF NUMURKAH. TO THE RATEPAYERS OP NATHALIA. Ladies and Gentlemen,—Inasmuch as It is not possible for us to aontrol the " mouth to mouth" advertising with which wo are favored, and inasmuoh as that gratuitous publloity may sometimes contain certain elements of Inacouraoy, unintentionally, perhaps, on the parb of the authors, we feel that we would nob perform the duty whloh we owe to our selves if we did not correcb any misunder standings or misconceptions which may exist concerning the methods, policies and plans of this Company. The pre-eminate position of the Horns by engines as the '* Standard of the World,' their recognition as the cri terion of excellence in praotloai oonstrno tion, are not matters of mere chanoe. For ninety-nine years the Hornsby products have been manufactured and marketed upon well-defined principles. Adherence to those principles has been the dominant faotor in Hornsby success. The Hornsby has never aspired to ideals set by others ; it makes its own id...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THAT ENGINE TROUBLE COUNCIL'S DECISION UNALTERED. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

that engine trouble COUNCIL'S DECISION UNALTERED. it Tuesday's meeting of the ohire tfoonneU the decision arrived at at last ' °°LiaZ to accept the tender of R. Wnrnsby and Son for a suction gas en gine was referred to by Or Furze, who, pursuant to notice, «,nved that the resolution carried at last meeting be rescinded, with a view to ntln« the tender recommended by the consulting engineers for a Taugye engine. Wa^id that feeling on the matter was -hat strong, and a public meeting 8 fepayers had been held at Nathalia Han a resolution was carried that in , of the additional information that had come to light, the lowest tender should be accepted. In face of the tender he asked that the matter be re considered. Each engine was a good one, and unless a doubt could be thrown upou ftL Tangve's ability to do the work the recommendation of the consulting en. cineers should be adopted. If without reasonable excuse, a higher tender was ,L«nted. the door of suspicion would be opened. He belie...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

LADIES PLEASE NOTE—Ladies are requested to note that the offices of the Ladies College of Health have removed from 46 Elizabeth Street, to Phair's Buildings, 327-329 Oollins Street, Mel bourne. The college has the sole agency in Victoria of Dr D. M. Ooonley's famous Orange Lily Treatment, whloh for the past 25 years has been effeotlng suoh wonderful cures among women in all parts of Australia. For the benefit of sufferers, and for those in whose homes King Baby has failed to appear, a free valuable medical book will be sent to anyone writing to Dept. 47, The LadieB College of Health, Phair's Baildings, 327 Oollins Street, Melbourne. IK JAJQgSI maker of the 'FAMOUS ViOTORV HAR!/ESTEI, Light draught and tnst and cheapest ma chine on the market. Also, 0HE-WA7 DI8G CULTIVATOR In 5 inch or 6 inch blocks, no steering, follows the team like a waggon, (27* Oall nnd • Cultivator at work at Mr Joe Cowan's farm at Kkaln, working with 5 inch bl. cks between pkres. a- BRBM3IHG, kocal Aggst, WAAM...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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CORRESPONDENCE. TANGYE v. HORNSBY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. TANGYE v. HORNSBY. (To the Editor.) Sie,—It ia as well nob bo leb a lie get too big a start I listened to Of Tackebt'e remarks to-day at the coan cil meeting. He had the fiae privilege of i eing able to hit below the belt without any fear of a reply. To the assertion that he made that the signa tures to the advertisement calling a publio meet'ng at Nabhalia were not bona fide, I give an unqualified denial. In regard to the general question, Or Tuckets belit-led the ratepayers1 meet ing qo his heart's content, and with i he ratepayers he will have to settle. He h-s the satisfaction—ve*y box 11 now—bat ib will be immeasurably smaller as the years go on—of being the principal actor in foisdng on to the ratepayers a burden of £60 a year more than was necessary—a point so graphically pointed out to him by Mr MeCar y in answer to his own ques tion, when he stated that .9 meant a saving of 55 per cent, in fuel consump tion, and that there were stringent conditions in the te...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Numurkah Court of Petty Sessions. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8. (Before Messrs John Meiklejohn and W C. Fitgwater, J's P.) ALLEGED LARCENY—ACCUSED ACQUITTED. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

Numurkab Court of Petty Sessions. WEDNESDAY, APB1L 8. (Before Messrs John Meikiejohn and W C. Fits^ater, J's P.) ALLEGED LARCENY—AC CUSED ACQUITTED. Constable Deiarae 7. Emily Ann Hon: : Larceny of a case of froit, the proper.y of the railway commissioners. Inspector Corkhiil prosecuted, and Mr D. C. Morrison appeared for aocnsed. Richard Greig, shed porter at the local railway station, deposed that on March 27, at 12.15 p.m. saw three cases of apples in the goods shed. At 3.15 one of the cases was missing. The cases were addressed to Mr3 Block, Nn m-rksb railway-station. Made inqniries regarding the missing case, and later went to Brown and Corke's yard, saw accused asked her if she oad been at the station, and she said No. Told her that Ccar.es Baldwin had said that sbe bad been at the goods sbed, and sbe again denied that she had been there. Told her a case was missing, and that he thooght she might hare taken it in mistake. Accased still maintained sbe had not been at the statio...

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

| S0ROS^,IiIQUIEr. FAOB_. POWDER. ! i lB..tliQS3 -.dsys of-.oafc -of dobs Hfa-r motoring, gojflng, - boating, eto,^-a . ro •.Iiable-and' basmless-'Hqnid pa w.dez; Is oca -.of- the necessities of Hte.-.-Sosoaes' Liquid ; Fs'ce-Pbwde? la fouu^by^espat taj. to. ba a • PQffeoti^/uivdaRbloi^ifo^aEatioQ' and a decided improvement on fcbo pld-faob j -iqaed dry" powder. .'LJasSdss_ isapsovfctg• flic appaafanC8 ib acta as a shtOd "to :t&a. dalio'ita, skin of tbo faea o^s'nst bob winds, dost, acjntSj and chci jpz^soaaa matter." Prion f i f-'i 6# i e^cr^ta axrf> ^ ^

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The G. V. Industries Co. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

The G. V. Industries C& The snnusl meeting ef -he Goal barn Valley Industries Go. L d, 5 held on Saturday afternoon a: Sbetpartcn, M^r Bryan Cummins (chairman of directors) presit ne. The other directors present wer» :— Messrs J. S. Hor-imer, Ham;i:;u Coldwell and G-. H. Gibson. The chairman said he won't r.vre preferred a much lirg&r meeting. be cause eTerybody who knew anythiug of co-operative bnsiness wctx d k^?~ that it was necessary to attend an annual meeting and assist in forma lacing the policy they were to pro e-ed on. It would also assist in let ting the directors know whether their conduct of the bnsiness had been acceptable or not to the share bolters. He heard a man complain of another matter, to the erect that he bad received no prod: from the co-operative business ; th-t be was tired of it; and was not-going to have anything more to do with the con cern. The man he Was speaking to asked, ''Hare yon ever been to any of the meetings 1 The rep y was 'No,"...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket. PREMIERSHIP WON BY YOUANMITE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

-Cricket , PREMIERSHIP WON BY /J YOUANMITE. On Saturday the final match of the Goulburn Valley Cricket Association was: played at Naring Dip between Wnnghnct and Touanmlte, the latter winning by £ runs. Wunghnu batted first and scored 100, made chiefly by Stone 21, W. Bar. gess 20, T. Barges3 19, C. Dudley 17. Gonlding, 4 for 11, was the most" buocscs ful bowler..-. ; Yonanmita had lost 6 for 60, but by stonewallings taolics brought the . score to 103i Tiad 25, K. Cltirey 22 n.o., Gonlding 21, Sprigg 17, being chief oon tribuiora Bonrk** bowled splendidly, his figures being ,21 oyers~8:1 maidens, 6 wicketg, 88 runs. Allen got 8 for 88, and T. Burgess 1 for - 28. . At on" time six overs we're1 bo« led without- a run beiog scored. -The scores ware :— ..Vf'UNGHN'U. T C Al'en, Ihw'b'J fiery — ~ 0 W Burgess, b Pirrish — — 20 C H Dudley, ran rut — 17 , MO Stone. b G aiding. —- - — 21 .T' h'nurke, b'jpffery — . — O T Bu'-gess, c Shlels, h M Clurey — 19 B H Cook,- b Goulciiug,- b;M Clnrey —...

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Liberals and the Senate. PRE-ELECTION BALLOT. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

sisd ths Senate. PRE-ELECTION' BAlLOT. Member; o: the liberal leagues b»Te bad 20 more important doty to discharge than the approaching s elect :on o? six of the seventeen aspirant; who a-e anxioos to carry the party nolo:;, should a donble dissolution be granted. It is of vital importance that the preelection should iotriy represent the Liberal thought and Liberal sentiment of the whole Stats. Even if some one wing carried it; orrn men to the exclusion of nil ethers, Liberals generally would accept the mandate or April nest when the actual election came. But s very large, though quite uncertain, percentage or the electors is neither Liberal or Labor, and its ever doubtful verdict will be determined by the tact and breadth c! view displayed rrbsn the leagues declare themrelvcr. The pre-election roll will decide whether Victor!.-, is to b3 ret2-:e;euted or misrepresented in tbe nest Parliament. If members c; tbe tongues rswise thsr, they ci'.l gi«r~ eoriou; attention to the canine of...

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

ON THE - VERGE. — o MAN7 A ONE BROUGHT BACK FROM THE BRINK. There are critical times in our lives when it seems as if we must let go. Bat we cling to life with wonderfa; tenacity. Many diseases are very de pressing at their worst stages, and wa gat ti tba vary brink sometimes ; y-fc the h-ps of survival is great. Doan's Backache Kidney Piil3 have brought back maoy from the verge and given them a new lease of life. The follow ing case shouid be of interest. Read it Mr J. Morris, Stewart Street, Shep parton. s«ys:—'SI am a b icklayer. &-d so have a lot of i-to->pi g to do, and, jo consequence have had a good deal of trouble with my back. It al ways eeemei to be aching, and - every c<dd I e-iuaht settled in my kidneys, and incresEed my Buffering. I used many remedies and iiDiments, but nnthiog gave me 8<se, the backache g -t wTse in spi'e of treatment. Even fc'a'ylg t so bsd that I w s con fine tomyb-dfor thre"3 wfaka A f i nd «dvi<^d me to u...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Kotupna Picnic Races OFFICE BEARERS: — President, Thos. Hadden, Esq., VicePresidents, Messrs McKenzie and Colman; Stewards. Messrs T. Banko, G. Toombs, W. Pridmore, J. Nugent, M. O'Rourke, L. Campbell, H. Adams, J. Johns, A. Campbell, J. Loishman, R. Ferrari, J. Toombs, J. Davis, jr., R. McCoy, jr., and all office-bearers; Judges, Messrs G. Pitty, W. Reld and A. McDonell; Starter for Equipe Events, S. Lawford; Starter for Pedestrian and other Events, J. R. Gracey; Clerk of course, H. Adams; Clerk of scales, J. Leishman; handicappers, Messrs W. Hooper, J. R. G acey and A. McDonell; Treasurer, S. Garonne [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

Kotupna Picnic Races -OFFICE BEARERS : — President, Thca. Hadden, Esq., Vice : Presidents, Messrs McKensis and Col man'; St-awardo. "Messrs IS, Bsnko, G U Toombs} W. Pridmore, J. :Nagsnt, M : Q'Bonrke, L. Campbell, "E. Adams, J Johns,-:Av Campbell, J. Loishman, R ■Ferrari, J. Toombs, J. D<vis, jr., R, McCoy, jr., and all office-bearers; Judges, Messrs G. Pit-t-y, W. Reld and A. McDonell; Starter for Eqnine Events, S. Lawford ; Starter for Pedes trian and other Eveuts, J. 'R, Gracay ; Clerk of ouarse, H. Adams j Clerk of scalps, J. Lsishman; haDdioapphrs, Me-ars W. Hooper, J. R. G aoey and A. McDonell; Treasurer, S. Garonne This annual -fixture tenk pi c on Wednesday. April 1. «nd w « as aula pleasant and succe'sml m-efc ing There was a g od attendance, th" Ldies particularly making a br-*v» show. In the absence r£ •» he Presi dent, Mr Thos.- Hadden, who ha* just lefo the district, his duties were ably filled by Messrs Oolman and McKen z:e. The publican's feoo'hwaa >n t...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

•eJ'EIgaSt, SroIsea'SJiH, H.S Xf. — rcfe? hsa a vast experience ia fever and operates ... ... ©less, cadi daring ner pro ..... fessaaal.- career, ke-ibeeD - ccscsiaicdl- with- cciao ef neiaiars im\m qmgm • " ckao bor opiaito, efts? .1 decs eke'retisa,!-.d &9 - ri^trlbodea p-awcra d ■ to.kiL«JtbL?2 u b) u;nnn CliEMES^FO TONIC. LTSv I ToblSs, G^rcFlKcC tea Siho pae» ,fGC33cm sr.? <iO yoara 03©, fc. cl&ycf i V7GO ccooc'aic^ cssno of A-I!c-3iD!dorc cScSxsrcsSi aTs?" UnQl 2, 3 -jzz.^3 c.30 ■ X "ir-sccl fst £1 o"j& .Atcc® trc.13i3a canc* oara .aO-isrcecnft c~5 ^ 3cirr3c- r"-?c^, E liaEO lead1. cr^en CE:cd= ■ c^^Oj nsclcan <—C£ho &~ci?.*T5oniieo ©2 f^o T&ircco 1- -&avo ;P©ad. . 5 ■!> nyo c?o"c5jr ncte.sl fee crfcs5 e" cncdicfcco. .apca my parent?. .-• and v.-years- eg© es&gflcdL -Closaonfes ..Tejrii© feed ao.equal -a I am .'62StI ef sfrnt opinion. Uso •."eps&j Gs y©» :wioh, ti oMtnjps' "t'. c* tSs" 1-t...

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Mr Morrison on the Goulburn Levees. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

Mf Morrison qb the Oouiburn - Levees. Speaking at- Nathalie in connection with the contest for the : Gculburn Val ley seat, Mr D. C. Morrison said a 1 vexed question in the district was the I levee worb3—-an inglorioos bangle, He i had had many opportunities to learn all abont them, as he had witnessed their construction and given legal advice on them, and had seen the way the said had been pilf>d np by the barrow meo. In settling the question care bad to be taken that justice was done. The Gov ernment had sconted the idea that i: was liable to compensation for damage. He had advised farmers that they had the right of action, bat not m-my felt in clined to fight the Government owing to the large expense that might be in curred. Recently, they had found a man brave enough to take the matter to the Connty C art. The judge there had " poob-poohed'' the idea, bat the esse was taken to the Fall Court, and it was settled hat landholders were entitled to compensation when damage coutd b...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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CLASS D—VEGETABLES. Judge: Mr S, Brundrett. Steward: Mr J. F. Bedwell. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 10 April 1914

- - CLASS -D—VEGETABLES. dodge: Mr 8, Brnndratt. Steward : Mr J. F. Bedwell. Collection of vegetables—J S Morti mer, Katanga. . French beans—Mrs R Callander 1 ; Mrs. M. Wilson 2. Tomatoes—M A Dockery, Wanghnu, 1; J S Mortimer, 2 Onions—Mrs Levings 1; J S Mortl-" mer 2. Carrots—J S Mortimer. Parsnips—E 1 Watters, Drumanure, 1; J S Mortimer 2. Bed beet—J F Bedwell 1 ; J S Morti mer 2 Vegetable marrow—M A Dockery 1 ; J F Bedwell 2. Heaviest pumpkin—J S Mortimer 1; L .Fraser 2. Citron melons—E T Watters 1 and 2, Rhubarb—J S Mortimer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 April 1914

WRITES THIS LETTER TO cr TO ALWAYS USE WHEN OUT OF SORTS OR NERVOUS pn n? Ojjl l rera 1 More than any omer ihu document 5 proves the -value of this great family j medicine, j " Sunnysidi, Wallaroo, 3 _ S.A., 29/1/12. "Having setsn in one of your books the names of those benefited by CLEMENTS TONIC, I add my testimony, seeing none like it anywhere. "It might benefit others, as it did me, when rearing my family; By Its use 1 had the brightestrheaftiiiost children, a .boy 17, and three'girls 10, 13 and* 10 years. Neither knows- what earache, tooth ache, oriheadachei's. "I attribute it to nothings but the use of CLEMENTS TONIC, as i am not very strong, I would use It when run down1 or out of sorts, and then would enjoy the besiof health. "■All young mafried women shall use it, as it is such a grand nerve and muscle strengthened (Btgriectf S¥?r§r-£U STEdR," - In cases of'Pifor Blond Wasting Weak* i:e 14 DeMlity, I,os> of Rest. Poor Ap p Tiiiionsir -s, Sic': ';eadaehe,Lovv • iu- ni.n. ...

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MEETINGS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 April 1914

MEE1INGS, ETC. Friday, 17th—Choir Praotice, Numur« kah, 8 p.m. Choir and Heralds of the King at Wunghnn, 8 p.m. Sunday nest—HOLY COMMUNION Tallygaroopna, 7 30 p.m. Wnngbnu, 9 am. NUMURKAH, 11 a.m. Tuesday, 21st—Rector at Katungaj Meeting G.F.S., R?otory. 7.30 p.m. Wednesday, 22nd—Rector at My wee and Strathmerton; Ladies Guild 4 p m. HYMNS for nest Sunday (First Sunday after Easter)—i97, 140, 174, 802 197, 232. SaLjeot s—"The power of the Reanrreo fcion." Meditation for this week—1 Cor, 6-7. I

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Church of England Chronicle. (Edited for the members and adherents of the Church in the Parochial district of Namurkah.) Rector, Rev 8, W. Williamson, ThL. Plan of Church Services for April [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 April 1914

Church of England Chronicle. (E.'IIfcsdt tor tiio membgra and adherenfca of the Church in tho Paroohial district of Namurkah.) Rector, Eav 8; W. WUlteMeon, ThL. Flan of Church Servlces-for April NUMUBKAH S.8. 2.30 p.ra STR'THM'TN 8.8. 10 a.m. WUNGHNU 8.8. 2 p.m. EATUNGA S.S. 2 p.m. 12 mD mP eB j eR aE | MR MR aP aP I aE 19 MR eD aR eR aP 23 mP eR mB ai aR On above plan m stands for morning, a for afternoon, e for evening, M for Morning Holy Communion, s.s. for Sunday-school, R for Rector, P for Mr Falconer, D for Mr Davis. Marriages—By appointment (except in Lent). To avoid possible inconvenience, the Reotor deBlreB early notification.

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