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Temperance Notes. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 April 1914

Temperance Notes. Contributed.) Drink and Accidents—nr Gro:bsti of Hartford, Conn, U.S.A., says >b in over 50 per cgnc of a iaree nam:;:, of motor car accidents, investig :::: has shown that there wsg some hi), are of sight or hesjing throaih :aj. use of alcohol. Spirits iupa't:c>. tend to dismrb the action ore; senses. Dr S-deeny says it has Kit" proved that the sccion of a sit;.-; trace nf alcohol persisted iu th= t-;r voas system for not less than (air six hoars, so that the m^s- tnoasrso drinker was continuously under a. action cf the drag d^v and mgt: year in and year on:. A Challenge.—Politicians s:. administrators have recently be; challenged by Dr Salseby to sv whether, with hnge sstns beu spent on the fight again;: tab-: calosis, the importance of figbat* alcohol at th* same time s> snfficiently recognised. The cabb.-. haases abounding at oar scr eamers were, he declared, prtftv centres of tuberculosis, and i: also definitely known that a ::h was a predisposing cau...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 April 1914

GOLF. Al-eady some enthusiastic ? * hare "made the round'1 oa more one occasion and, 3nsioas :.o ge. the rhicfe of it, they are sskiagwasa annual meeting of the c.uo is t).<. place in order that i.Seers msy on pointed and the greens pat in :• against the time the first good rain occnrs.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 April 1914

SOROSES SKIN FOOD. Every woman who.^wishes to beaatlful should use "SOROSES the skin, it being unsurpassed In serving the complexion. Soroses Skin Food Is fresha softening, cleansing, and .Beauts makes all blemishes snch as freckles, wrinkles, sunburn and a**, ness disappear like magic. Pricf *' per jar. Obtainable at all ehemis®

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Make Your District Known [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 April 1914

Make Your District k.no^ Concerning some parts o' tbs <!>■ news come bat seldom. This is aor. fault of the Editor, for he has no £":• caloas power of knowing what is ^ pening in ail the places in the arss circulation. It is the fault of the a dents in distant places. Will some man or woman tab t. matter ia hand and cause the siless cease '? If no one else is doing it for J district, will YOU try on these hat Send acconnts of public and 5> events in your township or neijhv hood, snoh as weddings, deaths. i' dents, concerts, matters touchingU industries, etc. Do not bother about gramme v spelling ; it is the Editor's worK too,, after these trifles The barest skil l's enough. Write on one side of the paper c:.!. Write yonr name in some corns', not for printing, bat to prove ^ faith. Figures that talk ! It is est'^ that a snm of £80,000, is paid yetfi/' • fees by bookmakers operating within ^ Metropolitan area. In connection r' - the fonr '* pony" clnbs, a man cho->s...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Tungamah Shire Council. MONDAY, APRIL 6, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 April 1914

Tungamah Store Council. MONDAY, APRIL 0, 1914. Present—Or J, Ryan (president), Stokes, Wadesoo, Fell, Malqniney, Whitty, Camming, Hodge, Ford, D. By an, Deagan and Kelly. •COBllESPOKDEKCE From Eli Luc»s. Yoor'ng, drtw iog attention to the b«d stabe of bbe road between his property and Mr J. Colvin's, The heavy engine traffic bad diverted the water from hs natu ral coarse, and flooding two of hiB cultivation paddocks. He asked that the water be confined to a nar row table drain for about iO chains to connect with the one already con atrnoted between Messrs E. Lncaa aud A. McDonald, or to repair the road by about 12 ohains of light em bankment, so as to oau-e the water to take i'B natural coarse, He a'd n"t wiBh the c uncil to drain bis proper y (as th engineer had re ported) bat merely to prevent the water from the road spreading on to his cultivation land.—Engineer toy report. From Constable Bamsay, Meredith, tendering bis resignation »s inspector of nuisances and slaughter yards at...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 April 1914

SOROSES HAIR TONIC. This preparation Is unsurpassed as a hair food and dandruff preventative. A little sprinkled on the bead night and morning, and gently massaged into the scalp, renders baldness impossible. Soroses Hair Ton la will absolutely grow hair, and prevent it from falling out. It imparts a beautiful glossy sheen, and brings oat all the natural brightness of the hair. Price 3s 8d, Obtainable si all chsmista and Bto?33.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 April 1914

NEWS AND NOTE-! , -Pleaso Note.—TWO services at Wa ghnu nesfc Sunday—HOLT COM MUNION 9 a m , Evonoong 7 80: Tho ovening earviooo afc.NumurkGh will commence at SEVEN- O'CLOCK until further notice, Nest Sunday those will bo a oalobm* fcion of HOLT COMMUNION at'Numur. ksh at eleven. As we are still within tho ootave of Easter, this will be an oppor tunity to thoso who were unable to be present last Sunday morning of making their Easter Communion. The Reotor deBiree tbcs8 parishioner^ who intend to be confirmed tbib year to eend in their nameB at once. No< one wilb ba admitted to the olasseo after thle month unless under speoial cironmstancee. Parents are reminded of the responsi bility given to them at the Baptism of their children—"TE ARE TO TAKE CARE that this child be BROOGHr to the Bishop to be confirmed by him as soon as be can say the Creud, the Lord's Prayer, and the Ten Commandmenls, and be farther instructed in the Chnroh Catechism set forth for that purpose." " The...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 April 1914

B0WL5. An interesting afterno >n wsj; od the local green on M .nday, series of pairs matches were ptajed following were the re-aits:—*.: ronnd—Brashe <e Morris neat J.Ch£. der and Kiipatrick, 15— i 1 : ff;-;t Selleck beat Cntier and Wa::er;, • 13 ; S. Callander and Fitrsratsr v 'Spence and Gaenther, 15-11; and Corlett beat Patters >n and Wi (sob.). 15-10, Second r-oaad—8'g; and Morris beat Callander sua water, 15—11 j Walter ani Co-et'h; White and Seneck, 15-3. F'.ss.« Brashe and Morris o-at Waits; c Co'iett, 15-10.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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EDITORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 April 1914

EDITORIAL. Tho protest expressed so forcibly by the Priraate of Australia (Dr Wright) and eapported so heartily by other denomina tions, against the holding of the Sydney Eoyal Show in Holy Week has at last apparently had a wholesome effeot, if we 1 may judge by the falling off in attendanoe during the first four days It is signifi oant that though a record attendance is claimed for the final day—Saturday there is a deficiency thiB year for the first four days of 9000 people »s against the returns for last year's corresponding period. These absentees represented o<-er £1000, which means that many were included who did not merely pay the : " outside gate" admittance, but were " grsnd-standers." This result should make the committee pause when fixing the date for next Show and consider those to whom they hive given offence. It wonld be well for them to realise that thoBe who pleaded for a solemn oba&r vance of the one Holy Week in the whole year represent more than ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SPORTING WORLD. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 April 1914

THE SPOKTINQ WIJKLO FOOTBALL. At the annual meeting of the tab Footbail Olab held on Satardaj ^ balauee-sbeet disclosed a cred't 0} j, £3 6d. The following officers s, iiected :—President, Mr Tbos. Gtnhr; ^vice-Presidents Messrs J, Parnell, •J. Bradstreet ; secretary and rressjJ. Mr Mat Noonan ; delegates, Thos. Leavey and P. Parnell. Ai'hj a nnmber of last year's piayer- * 1 missing this season, several junior;,.: be available, as it is not intended form a junior association. 1 he j;n' formed Katamtifce cinb wih, a pect»d, take one or two of iiackitj'.; old players. i The animal meeting of the N:--: kah club will be held at cne tir*.;,: tion this evening at 8 o'clocs, wasj^ portant bnsiness will be transacted, [ The Wnnghnn clnb's annnai m*?-: takes place to-morrow evening. 45^ a 30 that of the Drnmanare asab.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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State School Requirements. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 April 1914

State School Requirements R-cently the local State School Committee, with the assistance of Mr Balleid, undertook a canvass of the town to solioit donations towards the purchase of sohool requisites. A very generous response was made to the appeal, between £16 and £lf being the result. In addition to this amount in oash the following artioleB were donated : Garden hose from Messrs Miller and Co; wheelbarrow from Mr E Coxo*-; books from Messrs Bignell and Treacy; picture frameB from Me-srs Nicholson and Krutli. There are still several others who have not had the opportunity of contributing,- but who, no doubt, will be glad t^ do so. The list is still open, and dnnafciors will be gladly received by Mr Bulle d or any member of the Sohool Com mittee. The sum collected will be supple mented by a similar sum by the Edu cation Department, so that altogether abent ^30 will be available. It is proposed to expend this amonnt as follows :—Books for the Bchool li brary, £5', garden tools, about...

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

y AND COMMON-SENSE. The man or woman who is a victim of dyspepdia can't possibly enjoy any thing like good health. For, mind yon, when onoe the stomach-gets ont of or der, then the digestive system-stomach, liver, and bowals~is likely to be affected, and so yon go from bad to worse. Con sidered as one, the stomach, liver and bowels, may be trntbfnlly said to be something like a delicately balanced machine. When a single part of the mechanism, say the stomach, goes wrong, there is an immediate danger that it will npset the whole, fhr .w it ont of order, and bring abont a general breakdown. To prevent or to banish dyspepsia, yon can't do better than assist yoar digestive organs by taking an occasional dos6 of Mother' Seiget's Syrnp, the world-famons herbal remedy for stomach and liver troubles. It has been before the world for over 40 years. Eaoh yoar, each week, in fact, cases have been re corded whe e dyspeptics have fonnd relief by resorting to this fine old family remedy, and now ...

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

WELL AND STRONG. What a grand thing it Is for wosaea to leal treli ai&d strong ? I'heLhdt&a' Oolloga cd Health haa'brdaghfc'forward a home tseatihosit- ■■thai-hah 'seatowd "thousands to gosd'haUUh -at a tndia'g ccsti Tho'sa in« 'teiested can1 Sad oat s3l ahoufc it if thsy •' SERIOUS CHANCES — ARK TAKEN IN NEGLECTING A SIMPLE CASE OP PILES. Any parson tckao ocrioos chances in neglecting on attack of pileo. This ail meat has a tendency to become chronic, and there is also a danger of ulceration and forming of fiitula, both very diffi onlt to cnre. The safest remedy for any form of piles, whether itohing or pro trading, is Doan 8 Ointment. It oauses no detention from daily ocoapation, and the many oures made by it have made it famous in every corner of the world It enjoys a greater demand, and more enthusiastic popularity than any oth-r oi|j re,n"fy ever placed o'i the market. Mr A. Armstrong, saddler, S*xon stree', Nnraiirkah, says :—'• For three years I suffered from ...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 17 April 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS. AdamsoD, Strettie and Co. report:— Stores,—Good eotts were again scarce. Best lengthy aeon stores mskin? 86s to 42s; others from 30s ; slips, 22s to 26s; seekers 8s to 15s. Porkers. Prime, 40s to 46s, few to 48s ; prime light 88s to 88s ; few second qaality at store prices. Baoon Pigs.—Prime heavy •67s to 73s, odd pens to 78s, prime me diam 60s to 65s, prime light 55s to 58s, half fat and interior from 50a. Baok fatters. —Best) heavy fats £5 15s to £7 ; prime weighty, £4 10s to £5 10s ; rongh and inferibr from 48s. Calves.— Pall supply, prices firm. M'Phsil Bros & Go. report:—Stores —Stickers 10s to I5s; slips, IBs to 20s; strong stores, 20s to 25s ; seconds, 20s to 85s. Porkers.—Prime, 35s to 40s ; extra 45s to 50s ; light, 82s to 42s. Baconei's.—Prime, 55s to 65s ; extra, 68s to 75s ; with few at £4 and over. Backfatters.'-Prime and weighty fats to £7 10a ; weighty, £8 10a to £4 10s ; rough from £2 10s.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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DRUMANURE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

DEU MANURE CLUB. The annual meeting of the Drumannre "Football Club waa held on Saturday night, Cr. R. C. Gordon (President.) was in the' chair, and there was an attendance of over 20 present. The balance-sheet showed that the olub had finished last season with a credit balance, and it was adopted. Office-bearers were elPO'ed as follow •—-President, Cr R O Gordon (re elected) ■ senior vice-pi esidenf, \fr P Mulcsby; junior vice-presidents Messrs J MoCrabb, C R Gray, A Gray j bon see., Mr Allan Gray; delegates, President and Mr J'Meiklejohn, jun ; captain, Mr W Nelsob; vice-captain. -Mr Dick- Ritchie ; niatoh committee, President, vice-pre-i dent., seoretary, 'Messrs P Muloahy and J McCrabb. The prospects of the clnb for ;tbe season are bright, and it i3 anticipated that the team will be better than for Borne years.

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

FOOTBALL. The anneal meeting of the Numnr bah Football Olub will b8 held In the Fire Station this evening, when impor tant business, Including the eleotion of offioere, will be transacted. A very enthaslaatio and suoesoafnl meeting was held on Mr Lynoh'a resi dence, Danbiilbalane, on Wednesday night, 15th fnsh., when it was decided to form a Naring Dip janior football olnb The following ofSoars were elected —President, Mr B A Patrick ; senior vice-president, Mr Bert Hodge ; janior vioe-Preaident. Mr W. A. Donald ; secretary, Mr Aliok Young ; delegates, Mr G. Lynch and secretary, Sixty names were enrolled as members, ana It was decided to play in southern divi sion, which will comprise teams from Tabba, Katandra, Marnngi and Naring Dip. The colours are black and white.

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The Sporting World CRICKET. Following are the averages of the Wunghnu Cricket Club for season 191314:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

The Sporting World CEICKET. Following are the averages of the Wunghnu Cricket Club for season 1913 14 :-i Batsmen Not h'esb In'ga out Buna so're Av'g D. Freeman 9 2 137 028 19.5 «•. C, Allen 18 — 194 50 14 99 W. BnrgeaB 5 ? 74 21 14 8 C. E. Dudley 15 2 174 38 13 3 M. 0. Stone 12 ? 164 45 12 8 D. Qainn 13 2 112 °53 1018 T, Burgess 2 — 19 19 9-5 J. MoDonald 1 — 9 9 9 A. Jefiery 13 3 84 «20 8.4 0 Taylor 10 1 73 19 8 1 J. Bomke 4 — 31 19 7 7 L. Nicholla 11 5 41 11 7 B. Cook 12 — 82 35 88 P. Qainn 7 1 82 19 53 G. Dadly 12 1 40 "9 4 IS K. Howell 2 — 8 7 4 K. Pinchbeck 2 — 5 6 25 T. Coonole 6 ? 12 5 2 W. O'Brien 8 — 3 2 1 Bowler Balls M'ds VS 'k 's R'na A'ge J. Bourke 801 14 17 79 5.7 D. Qainn 225 7 14 102 7 29 D. Freeman 461 11 8S 263 7.5 A. Jeffery 120 2 8 65 8 12 L. Nioholls 24 1 1 9 9 T. Burgees 169 4 7 78 10.4 F. 0. Allen 686 20 24 268 11.18 G. Dudley 36S S 19 212 11.16 B. Cook 168 2 10 118 11.8 B. Plnohbeok 78 6 o 27 13.5 O. Taylor 43 ? 8 33 16.5 P. Qainn 14 5 —= E. Howell 12 ? __ 5 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

TWO SIGNALS. There ore two seriouo signals of kid^ ney: ills. The first comes from the baoiiwlth numerous ocheo and ■ paina, 'and1 the second cignnl comes in the hid. noy BSQretiono. The urine fa thin oud palo1 or too highly-colored ond showing brioh-daBt-lihe deposits. Urination is anfreqaent, too frequent, or excessive You should heed these danger signals before ohronio complications set in— diabetes, dropsy, bright's disease. Take Doan'e Backache Kidney l?,lls in time, and the cure ie simple, Mrs W. Matthews, Maud street, Shepparton, say* :—•» I can speak vt-ry highly indeed of Doan's Backaehe Kid ney Pills as a splendid lem-ov fo> kidney ailments. For a conrideratv.e time I suffered a lot from severe p i in my back, but it was only abont nine months ago that I fonnd ont what, was really the matter with me. I had a floating kidney and this waB the cause of my suffering, I went into a hospital, but the doctor's treatment did not seem to benefit me, and at last they told me that...

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Goulburn Valley Football Association [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

GoulWrn Valley Football Tbe afchual iaebtihg of the above was held in the Farmer's Arms Hotel on Monday night, there being pres ent Messrs R. CJ. Gordon (in the chair). JaB Tvres (Drumar are), B. Cehen, G. Willcox (Numurkah), 0. Tra^pold, E Caution (Oobram), Ingles, C. R, McKunxie (Tallygar oopn'a) J Leahy, J, S. Baglin(Stratih mprr< n) J. Oollanan, Bristol (Ka tuDg'a), H. V Howell, M. W- Harris, (Wabghnn), T. Leavey, M Parnell (Muckatab), T. Hnghes and Foristal (Kat'ama'ite). BALANCE-SHEET. Tbe balance-sheer, showing that a dividend was paid to each olub at thp end of the seasoD, was adopted on 'he motion of Messrs Leahy and Willcox. CONFERENCE REPORT. The President reported having at tended the conference of footbal clubs held in Melbourne last Novem ber (a reporb of which appeared in "The Leader"). RE-FORMATION. It waa decidt-d to re-form the Association under the name of the Goulbum Valley Football Associa tion. president's far£Vede. The President thanked delegates fo...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

NOTICE. JAS. BELL & 00. . Are BUYERS of Wheat, Barley and Oat8 at Katanga and Waaia, Oaah on delivery at Railway Stations. Representatives J. CUMMING, Sen., Katanga. •J. GUMMING, Jan.,. Waaia. Well foriti a Trial TOOTHACHE DROPS One drop on wadding always effective, Is. a bottle. Straw Hat c leaner Sd.a packet, Old hats made to look new. lAnttsepetic Shampoo, Removes DsndruS and makes hair soft and glossy. Is. 8d, a jar. Backache and Kidney Pills, Is, 6d. a bottle. This is a specially good line. ELI YE R PILLS, Is, a bottle. Splendid for Billionsnest and sluggish livers, ~ Carnation Powder, Delightfully perfumed. Is a tin, Orders by mail, telephone oi OOach dispatehed promptly. 'Phone 22 Y. M. A» vi rsiiu & Chemist, Numurkah. THE Federal Cash Store GROCERY, — Quality 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, Skins. Tallow, Wheat, Eggs, Bntte...

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