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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 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 scalp, renders baldness Impossible. Soroses Hair Tonlo 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. o mo J, M6Namara k Co't SALE FIXTURES. April 24—Nnmnrkoh stock sale 25—Oobram stook sals 29—Katamatite stock sale 80—Nathalia stook sale 1—Nnranrkah stook sale 2—Finley stook Bale 4—Nathalia pig sale 6—Strathmerton stook sale 11—Pioola stook sale 12—Nnuanrkab pig and poultry sale ftumatiFSsafc Stock Sale FRIDAY, APRIL 24. Commencing at 12,80. J. M'NAMARA & 00. Will Sell Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, etc. Advised Katamatite Stook and Fig WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29. J. M'NAMARA AND GO. Will hold their next sale of stook as above, when lioeB of Horses, Cattle, S...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WUNGHNU. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

WUNGBNU. It is with sincere regret that we have to reoord the death of Mr Ben jamin J. Holiingsworth, which sad event took place at Mr P. Quinn's residence, Wnughnu, on Easter Sun day, where he had come to spend a few days' holiday. Arriving on Good Friday in his usual good spirits, that night he beoame suddenly ill, but io was not fchonght to be of a serious nature, but despite all skilful oare and attention from Dr Harbison, who was in constant attendance, and the Rev. Archpriest MoCarthy, from whom he rec ived i he last rites of his ohurch, he gradually grew worse and died on Sunday evening from aonte peritoni tis, being consoious to th9 last. The late Mr Holiingsworth was a teaoher sit Warragul High School, and a few 'yeara sgo had charge of Dramanure >t ite»sohool, coming there from the training college. He was 30 years of age, and a native of Tasmania, where his mother and sister reside. The deepest sympa hy io extended to them from all his friends in their sad and sudden b...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE EDUCATION QUESTION. ADDRESS BY MR T. J. O'BRIEN. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

THE EDUCATION QUESTION* ADDRESS BY MR T, J. O'BRIEN. The Mechanics' Hall was well filled on Banday afternoon, when Mr T. J U bnen, general secretary of the Oath fk ^dora.tlon> delivered an address on the Education Question, particularly as it affected Roman Catholic schools and children. Or Gordon, in the absence of the shire rresident, occnpied the chair, and on the platform were also seated the Very Rev. Arch. Priest McCarthy, Mr J. P. ueahy (President Strathmer ton branch), and Mr J. Barritt (secre tary looal branch). Mr O Brien, who is a most pleasing and logical speaker, prefaced his ad dress by expressing pleasure at being given an opportunity of addressing the meeting on the important national ques tion of education. However opinions may honestly differ on questions of religion, every intelligent man and woman was sgreed as to the fundamental principles on which a child should be educated. In putting the Catholic view of the ques | tion before them, he could assure them j ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS, Adamson, Strettle and Oo. report: Stores,—Good sorts were again scarce. Best lengthy aeon stores making 87s to 48s ; others from 80s ; slips, 22s to 26s; snckera 8s to 15s. Porkers, Prime, 40s to 46s, few to 60s ; prime light 84s to 38s ; few second quality at store prices. Bacon PigB.—Prime heavy 69s to 75s, odd pens to 78s, prime mo dinm 60s to 65s, prime light 56s to 59s, half fat and interior from 48s. Back fattera, —Best heavy fats £5 10a to £7 ; prime weighty, £4 10a to £5 5s ; rongh and inferior from 58s. Calves.— Fall anpply, prices firm. M'Phail Bros & Oo. reportStores —Backers 8s to 12s ; slips, 15a 6o20s ; strong stores, 20a to 38a; seconds, 20s to 85s. Porkers.—-Prime, 35s to 40s ; extra 45a to 50a ; light, 82s to 40s. Bsconer?.—Prime, 55a to 653 ; extra, 68s to 75s; with few at £4 and over B^ckfa'tera—Prime and weighty fats to £7 10' ; weighty, £8 10^ to £4 10s ; rongh from £2 10s,

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The Goulburn Valley Seat. ADDRESS BY MR J. D. MITCHELL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

The Qoulburn Valley Seat. >nDREsS B? MR J- D. MITCHELL. r t D Mitchell, of Shepparton, one .£ Ca*te9 for the People's Party ! of 69 ^rftiian Women's National League | 0„ for the Goulburn Valley seat, 80fl»nSI' . , i_ wen attended meeting 0t w- "• Mos'> °D ! !t of the People's Party electo | presWeJ occtmied the chair. Mr Mitchell, the i ^ man announced that ballot papers t, Liberal selection for the Senate for 2'ifl distributed next week, and he - ""all members would avail them ^ nf the opportunity of voting. Bal B S rs for the State election selection Jot?5PL distributed next month, and t° too be hoped would be need by ^members and returned as early as pos 5lb.1.0, ujfchell, who was warmly received, Id all recognised the urgeut necessity H»Idk strong country representatives I Parliament. This need was empha i fv the growing population of the »G and there was danger of the city ^"dominating that _ of the country $«« were many questions that city and nntrv resldeuts might fight...

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

WEDDING BELtS. o—'— / TWEDDLE—RENDELL. On Wednesday, February 25tb on anusally pretty wedding toot place at the Nathalie Methodist Ohnroh by the Rev, W. Oiemens The bridegroom was David, the fourth son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Twaddle, " Bel«Devala," Waaia, and the bride Plorenoe, the fourth daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Rendell, " Longfield," yielima. The ohuroh was prettily decorated by the bride and bridegroom's friends with bowls of pink La Prance roses with palms, and a pretty floral wedding bel| hanging over where the bridal pair stood* While the organist, Mrs Tr»<> gaskis, played Mendelssohn's Wedding March, the bride entered on the arm of her father, She wore a handsome drear of white pailette silk, with a beautifnlly draped trained skirt oanght at the sides with tiny sprays of orange blossom. The bodioe was also draped, and dnin* tily trimmed with floe silk shadow laoe and ninon, the entire trimming being tiny seed pearls, which ga*e the dress a very rioh appearan...

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Make Your District Known. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

Make Your District known. Concerning some parts of the district news come bat seldom. This is not the fault of the Editor, for he has no mira ouloua power of knowing what is hap pening in all the places in the area of circulation. It is the fault of the resi dents in distant places. Will some man or woman take the matter in hand and canse the silence to cease ? If no one else is doing it for year district, will YOU tty on these lines ? Send accounts of public and social events in yonr township or neighbor hood. snoh as weddings. deaths, acei dents, concerts, matters touching the industries, eta. Do not bother sbont grammar or spelling ; it is the Editor's wort, to look after these trifles The barest skeleton is enongh. Write on one side of the paper only. Write yonr name in some corner not for printing, bat to prove good faith.

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

MMMU MTM (MUSE. LsATB SOXON'S GAHAQEo MELVILLE STREET? HU Eiil U R K A H. CAES OVERHAULED AND ADJUSTED MAGNETOS REPAIRED AND RE= MAGNETISED. LAMPS AND RADIATORS REPAIRED. TYBES AND TUBES VUL ;ANISED. New Parts of any description made. Petrol, Oils, Grease, aud all motor accessories kept In stock. Tyres, Tabes, Prestolites, eto., etc. , Qun Kopaipa a Sp©elallty. — NEW AND LUXURIOUS OARS FOR HIRE AT ANY TIME DAY OR NIGHT. Agents for the Famous Speiber and Sohneider Freuch Oars. RAPS & THOMSON, Proprietors. luenthei's f harn\acy FOR —. Drags and Chemicals and all Patent Medicines, Prescriptions, Family Reeipies, Etc. DEPOT FOR NYAL'S AND SIGMA REMEDIES and Amatenr Photo Supplies. KIBSELOORF SALTS— Recommended for the treatment of Gont and Rheumatism. Half to one teaspoonful Is taken in a tumbler of warm water before breakfast—and when all traces of the ailment have gone, take an occasional dose—say abont once a week. Price 2s. DYSPEPSIA TABLETS— A beneficial after dinner medici...

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

sa saaa ®a fr-y? v ® DIRECT from OILY, ISHEBS. h;:: _ U* • «WSC4"J ■HOTEL - iETiP™ e <J tea tba Bourke Street Melbourne. The Sitaatioa ia too well ; known to need comment. p-' 31 rery thing aaier the direct sape'yision o" < . the Proprietor, aaaiated by a most com petsnt staff. •• 1 {'?i3*Uiic4U3t »ai Paa&oralist a: oar First Consideration, " I apeotfnlly Solioit a Trial. A. DONALDSON, proprietor. BOBBOiaKSSBn&S LSI » dui: J FUBSISEiHG iirBBBTjIKEE ake GEKfiEAi. BUILDSE ^HELYILLB SBTEET, HUMCTBKAH Picture Framing a Specialty, Bepair executed in all Branches of the Building Trade. Monumental Tombstones aad Sailings, at Lowest Passible Bates, : Hearse, Mourning Coach, Etc. 'Phone 82, J. C. *-JLJTja.£& YIELIMA. General Blacksmith. LL KINDS "OF MACHINERY SEP im A SPES Wood Work Made and Repaired. ' Agent for T. Robinson's Famous FEDERAL HARVESTERS AND ALL FARM IMPLEMENT'S. footballs. MATCH II. •V.S,D, Special _ 14/ rh,lrrin'5 r, •" - *5/6 wl...

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

Kstaklished 1895. >. banners Paper, published In the in terest* oi the rural community. Every Friday, one pennv. Friday Morkisu, April 24. 1914. Or Campbell, President, represented the Numurkah shire at the conference held at Beechworth last week In con nection with the eradicating of the pest St. John's Wort. Messrs Lawson and. Hutchinson, Ministers for Lands and Agriculture, were preseut, and at the conclusion of the conference promised to give the question every consideration 1 and do everything possible to destroy the pest. During the proceedings it was stated that £15 per acre was spent in eradicating the weed, and It was only coDjeofured that the pest on the block treated would be eradicated at a further gxpediture of £2 per acre. j A meeting of subscribers to the I Mechanics' Institute was called for Mou- ! day evening last, but only eight members had pat in an appearance at the appoin ted hour, and the meeting was adjourned, i This augurs ill for the suocess of any extens...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

lis faemoi'iami GUNN —In loving memory of dear Mother and Grandmother, who passed away. 3' th April, 1913. Though deith divides fond memory clings. —Inserted by h»r loving son and daugh ter-in« aw, Will am and Janie Gnnn.

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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

Church Services. Mithodist Church.—Services next Sunday are as follow:—Numurks'n 11, Rev Yeo, 7.80, Rev Hixtt; Wucghnu, II Mr 6 Fowler, 7.30 Rav Yeo; Cob-am 11 and 7.30. Rev Inch; Baulkamaugh 11, Mr W Fowlerj Baulkamangh South 3. Ssv Hiatt, 7.30 Mr W Fowler; N-ring 3, He White; Strathmsrton 3, Rev Inch; Mar ring! 11, Mr Glenny; Kaarimba 3, Mr G Fowler; Congnpna West 3, Mr Roe; Baa b'artha 3, Rev Yeo; Waaia 11, Rev Hiatt; Koonoomoo 2.30, Mr Arthur; Katama tile, 3 Rev Roberts, 7 SO Mr Devenish; Dnnbnlbalane 11 Mr J Williams, 7.30 KeT Roberts; Yonarang 11, Rev Roberts; Youanmite 3, Mr Devenieh. Psssbttkbiax Church.—Services will be oonduoted next Sundsy as follow: — Numurkah 7, Waaia 11, Ysloa 2 30, Rev. J. A. Lee. Cobraru Charge: — Yarroweyab 11, Naring 3, Cobrara 7 Rev Harvey. Church or England—See Church of England column. Methodist Church, Nathalia Circuit Services will be held on Sunday as follows —Nathalia 11, Kotupna 3, P cola West 7 30, Rev W, Clemens ; Nathalia 7 30, Mr Norton...

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

06SRT TALE FOR PURE GROCERIES OOME TO BRQ.WN, CORKE & CO The Lenten Season. We are showing a large assortment iif Tinned Fish. Tinn-d goods of any hind are d«Dgerons rmless os.refnily pa'ked an geeo'd. Oar st icks are purchased from packers of the highest repntation who gnarantee their matin factnres pnre. The following lines are now in stock :— Fresh Herrings, Kippered Herrings, Herrings in Sance, Oysters, 8a - mon, Sardines in Oil, Smoked Sardines, Lobster, Whitebait, etc. PRESERVED FRUIT. The great substitute for fresh frnit, especially when the latter is scarce. By many it is preferred to the fresh frnit owiDg to the excellence of its quality. If yon parohase the brands we sell yon will get the best that can be prcdnoed. The following will prove inviting Peaches, Pears, Qainces. Pineapples, Chprries,' A pricots. etc. FISH PASTE •"f the very choicest flavor and in good variety. : a-t-fn'-y packed in giass jars, which gnarantee safety to the consnmer. Flavors as follow :— ...

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Temperance Notes. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

Temperance Notes. (Contributed.) To encourage total abstinence among its employees, the Philadelphia Qaart Company has issued a state ment to 300 workers, declaring an increase of 10 per c -nt. in wage- for every employee agreeing not to use strong drink Tne girls in the clerical department jumped at the offer, and every one of the men and boys also oame forward and signed their names to the pledge. The heads of the company Say th°y feel that they will be more than repaid for the additional wages ey the im provement of the service which they will get from sober workmen Thay point to the fact that some of the American railways have lately de cided that tbey conld only employ teetotallers to run their trains. A Boston lawyer who brought his wit from his native Dunlin, whi's cross examining the plaintiff in a divorce trial, brought forth the fol lowing :— You wish to divorce this woman because she drink3 1 1 Yes, sir." "Do you driok yourself?1 " That's my business 1" (angrily). Whereup...

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NUMURKAH TOWN BAND. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

NUMURKAH TOWN BAND. ANNUAL MEETING. Tha annual meeting of the Namar bab Town BoDd was held on Wednes day, when th^re was a fair attendance, Mr H. J. Gienny (Presideni) in the chairD The President aaid the meeting had been called to decide the fate of the band. Twelve months ago the institu tion was in a position similar to now, but it was decided to make- a special ef fort to aeoare public support. Mr Book- | man and himself had canvassed the town and received splendid promises of support, bat after a time the entho siasm waned and snbsciptions fell off. Those contributing complained that the band did not play in the streets, and the bandmaster, after a deal of per suasion, consented to bring the band out, and occasional performances were given. Then Mr Bucknaan left, and the secretary (Mr Haroid Kraoli) took np the work of collecting. It was found that the public ware not keen on con tributing, and it was decided to dispense with the bandmaster's services. Mr Will Jackson, the form...

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UNLOVELY NUMURKAH. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

UNLOVELY NUMURKAB. (To the Editor.) Sir,—The several articles under this heading in yonr columns were timely and to the mark. It is hoped that the "powers that be" are cogitating over them and that some practical resnlts will follow. In the meantime may I be allowed to point oat the da nees of the street lighting. The remedy, I imagine, will be found in a systematic oleaning of the lamps. Have a look at them, Mr Editor, and I am snre yon wonld not be asked in yoar own home to tolerate each dirty globes. Agoin, the coun cillors, headed by oar genial President (Or Campbell), should march over the footbridge in Melville-street, and look at she oreek w;th its pots and pans and mullock ; surely a disgraoe and eyesore to one of the main eatronoeg to iho town. I said 4'maroh,,! bat if they do so, then yon will hear a rattle of iooBe boards which if not soon attended to may be the oause of someone straining a joint or spraining an ankle. But why shonld it be necessary for these defects and ...

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THE RUDE AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

THE RUDE AUSTRALIAN. In the "Christian World," (London) the Rev. F. 0. Spnrr, in a final letter penned shortly before he left Melbourne thus criticises the people of Common', monwealth :—-'There are many refined people—especially in connection with the chnrches — who keep themselves abreast of current thought; people who live in tasteful houses, who are models of courtesy, and who generally nnder derstand the savoir vivre. The children of many wealthy people proceed to the universit . There are hundreds nf young women in Melbourne who have gradnated in arts, science, or law, not in order to obtain a livelihood, bat solely for the cnltare which the study brings, Bat the rank and fiie of the people —who obtain good wages—have little intellectual ambition beyind the football or the cricket fields, or the boxing ring. The manners of the rank and file leave mnch to be desired. Tbe doctrine t,at • Jack is as good as his master,' as prac. tised in Australia, »oo "f'en results, not in the e...

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

WELL AND STRONG, What a grand thing it is for women to feol well and strong i "The Ladies' College of Health has brought forward a home treatment that has restored thousands to good health at a trilling cost. Those in terested enn find out all about it if they tond two ponn^ stauM to fept. 4?, La Mes' Co5 leg' O'" FT-altH. i5 R t'tnb-»*b -<>»r«s<»t tfol v.--,- "»'<• 1 Brevity is the eoal of wit." Gtrsa Sasa'8 One Day Cold Tablets csa Core ta csra dsy, Fries, Ona i&Uisgi SOROSES SKIN FOOD. Every woman who wishes to appear beantifnl should use " SOROSES " f®r the skin, it being unsurpassed in pre serving the complexion. Soroses Skin Food is freshening, softening, cleansing, and beautifying, makes all blemishes such as pimples, freckles, wrinkles, sunburn and sallow ness disappear like magic. Price 2s 6d per jar. Obtainable at all chemists and storm.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

LUKIES-HODGE. / A very popular and pretty wee ding w-»s celebrated at the Youanmite Methodist Church on the Sad inst,, the contracting parties being Elsie, eldest daughter of Councillor and Mra Hodge, of "The Homestead," Dnnbnlbalane. and Nioholaa J , eld est son of Mr and Mr Lukies, of "Faversham," Katamatite. The churoh had been artistically decorated by friends of the bride. A epeoial feature was an arch decorated with white flowers, from which was sus pended a wedding bell, the mono grams "E.H , M.L " being used as a tongue. A horseshoe hung from the tongue gave a desirable finish to the splendid array. The bride was pret tily gowned in cream silk poplin, with train from the shoulder, oaught up with pearl trimmings. She wore the oustomary wreath and veil, and also the bridegroom's gift of a gold band and padlock bangle. The brides maids, Misses May Hodge and Louie Lukies, were charmingly attired in white silk, with tulle hats, end oar. rled orooks nioely decorated with pink flow...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

MoDONALD—WH TTE. 1 A very pretty wedding, and one that created a good deal of interest, was celebrated at the old " Ooonanga" homestead by the Rev, W. Clemens. The contracting parties were Mr J. MoDonald, of " Glen Allen," Clinton, and Annie, younger daughter of Mrs Whyte. The bride, who was given away by her mother, looked oha-ming in a dres3 of silk orepe de chene, trimmed with net oaugh up with fancy knots and buttons to match. She wore the usu-d wreath and veil, and carried a bouquet of artiQcial Sowers and fern, with streamers of white 8 »tin. The bridesmaids, Miss M. Whyte and Miss Mary MoDonald, wore dresses of crepe de ohene, and a very pretty group was formed over whiob a bell was suspended wi h the initials of the bride and bridegroom. Mr W. Whyte acted as best man. After a sumptuous breakfast had be n par taken of, the umal toast list was gone through. The toisti of The Kin* was proposed by 'he ch»irm»n and heartily responded to by all rising and singing God Save the King...

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