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WUNGHNU CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

WUNGHNU OLHB. The a nnal meeting of the VVunghna club w»e held on Sa'urday night Mr Howell being in the chair. OSes-hearers were elected an follow i—President, Mr T-Pinohbeok; Vice-Presidents, MesRra H V. Howell, A H. Bleakley J, Bourke. J. "B- Bro<ks and C. Heath; delegates, Messrs Howell and HarriB; hon 8803, Messrs L. S. Nieholls and T. Counole. /The balaaoe sheet showed a credit of £1 6e 8d.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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CORRESPONDENCE. TANGYE v. HORNSBY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. 0* TA.NQYE v. H0RN8BY. To the Editor. Sib,—Under the signature of George Stiokels in yonr last issue there ap peered a letter concerning the above. In regard to the assertion that 1 if a lie gets a good start," etc,, etc., I quite agree with him. Now, had I been re ported correctly my aotual remarks would have read in this manner. When I referred to tne public meeting, I said there were six names as conveners, and only one turned up at the said meeting who on heing moved to take the chair deoiined. Then meeting that gen iemaa next morning he stoutly denied ever giv ing anyone authority to put his name as a convener. I will stand by this state ment. In regard to the dodgers that I spoke of at the council meeting. I interviewed fonr out of the sis names calling the public meeting, and they denied all knowledge of having anything to do in connection with the printing of the dodgers—not the public meeting, as I am incorrectly stated to have said. Now, if Mr Stiokels stat...

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KATUNGA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

FAlUNGA CI UR The »onu»l election of officer- of «ho TK^tunga Football Olnb re nlfod -a ?<>: 'low ;- President, Mr J Callan o; vice Presidents/Messrs P Thorpe and 7 Cam. ming;; secretary and treasurer, Mr S Bristol The olub has a small credit bal ance, and the prosoeots for the season are omsidered very'satliafaotory.

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

TWEDDLE—THOMAS. / A very prefcty wedding was oele bratedon March llbh, bLe conbracb ing parties being Mr PercRal, bbird eldest son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Tweddle, of Waaia, and Miss Amy, eeoond eldesb daughter of Mr and Mrs G. E. Thomas, Naring. The cere mony was performed by Rev W. T. Hiabt, assisted by the R"V W. Olemmens, in the Methodht Cbnrch, Naring, wbich had been prettily deoora ed by the bride's girl friends. Mr A. Thomas, anole of the hride. played fhe ■' WeddiDg March." The bride, who was given away by her father, was daintily attired in B trained gown of ivory dachesse mouse ene satin, the bodioe being draped with antique princess lace, and finished with sprays of or«nge blossom and pearls, a belt of folded merv ribbon, which fell in long satin ends weighted with silk tasaelB and tiny horseshoe. The long narrow train was ornamented with true lovers' knot * of chiffon and lily of the valley and pearls. Her bnlle veil waB arranged over a ohaplet of bridal fliwers, and she ca...

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Church of England Chronicle. (Edited for the members and adherents of the Church in the Parochial district of Numurkah.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

Church of England Chronicle. (Edited tor tbe members and adherenta of the Church in the Parochial diatriot of Ndmorkah.) Eeotor, Hot 9. W. Williamson, ThL, Plan of Ohnroh Services for April 6 12 19 26 NUMURKAH mD mF MR mF 8.8. 2.30 p.m oE eE eD eE STR'THM'TN aE ME gR mE 8,8. 10 a.m. WUNGHNU •ME aF eE aE 8.S. 2 p.m. KATUNGA bF aE aF aR S S. 2 p.m. On above plan m stands for morning, a for afternoon, e for evening, M for Morning Holy Commnnion, a. 8. for Snnday-achool, R for Eector, F for Mr Falconer, D for Mr Davis. Marri-iges—By appointment (except in Lent). To avoid possible inconveuien'.e, the Rrctor dosir'-s early notifioation. Friday, 24th—Choir Practice, Numur kah. 8 pm. Saturday, 25th—St MARK E. and M. Holy Communi n 7.8Q a.m. Evensong and Address 7 SO p. ". .Sunday nest—HOLY COMMUNION NUmURKAH, 7.SO a.m. Wednesday, 29th—Eeotor at Invergor doh. St George's Guild, 3 p.m. Confir mation Class, Numurkah, 7-30 p.m. Thursday, 80th—Eoctor at Wnnghnu; 8fc Colnmb'a Guild 8 p.m. HYMNS f...

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

SOROSES SKIN FOOD. Every woman who wishes to appear beautiful should use " SOROSES " for the skin, it Joeing unsurpassed in pre serving the complexion. Soroses Skin Food la "freshening/ softening, oleanaing, 'and beautifying, ;makea all blemishes such as pimples, freckles, wrinkles, sunburn and sallow "i&irdlsappsas liko magi®. Price 2a Sd ■'giSjar. Obtainable at all ehemisba and.! m OTtfSP* HI * -\y il^sNi jiiiji Mother Seigei'o Syrup as a remedy for Indigestion has proved its value in thou sands upon thousands of i-i(| cases. For over forty years it has been recognised as a thoroughly reliable re medy for a disordered state of the organs of digestion— the stomach, liver and bowels. Mother Seigel's Syrup is made from the cura tive extracts of roots, barks and leaves, which have a tonic and strengthening effect upon the stomach, liver and bowels. In this way it promotes good di gestion and regular action of the bowels mimep

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

NEWS AND NOTES. Burial—April la—James Albert Arthur Lafcts, aged 3 years. We extend oar heartfelt sympathy to the sorrowing parents The Wangaratta "Cknroh Chronicle" may now be obtained at Mrs. Treacy's agency. Mrs Treaoy has taken over the management of this diocesan paper in the district, and all subscriptions are in fut ure to be paid to her. Extra copies may be obtainpd each month, price twopence. It is requested that all overdue subscrip tions be handed in. Several ohanges are taking place in the Cleriaa' staff of the Diocese. The Eev J. W. P. Gates, of Yarrawonga. owing to ill hoaltb has been obliged to take a cur aoy at St Stephen's. Richmond The Eev E. V. Wade, of Benalla, is transfer ring to England in July. The Rev E. Tinniswood goes from Violet Town to a onracy at Christ Church, Geslong, and the Eev R. P. Taoon hao been appointed by the Bishop to the Parochial district of Tallangafctn, vice Eev G. Nelson, re signed. Attention is again drawn to the Con firmation olasses no...

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EDITORIAL. "SAINT GEORGE AND MERRIE ENGLAND." GEORGE Martur, A.D. 308. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

EDITOEIAL. SAINT GEORGE AND MEBEIE ENGLAND." GEORGE 21zrtyr, A.D. SOS. Thursday, .April 23rd ia St George's Day—the day set in the Church calendar in memory of England's tutelary Saint. We oan say very little with certainty about St" George, escept that he waa born i" Cappad'Ois, in Asia Minor, and served if. the army under Dioolstian. Bat h9 was driven by the anti.christian polioy of the Emperor to rebel'ion, and he tore down the ediota against the Christians whioh were attached to the Church door at N c>media, and it was here in this city that he Bufierod martyrdom, after having been forced to make a confession of his faith before the Emperor. The pioture of St George and the Dragon on onr ooina oomeo from the legend of his having res cued a prinoess from being sacrificed to propitiate the monater, and this is doubt less an adaption of the story of Perseus and Andromeda. It symbolises his strug gle and Christian victory against the powers of SataD. Up to 1222 Edward the Confess...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. MARUNGI. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 24 April 1914

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. (From Our Own Correspondents.) MARUNGI. It is with sincere sympathy and re- gret I have to report the demise, on 15th inst., of an old and respected resident, in the person of Mr. Geo. Pearson, aged 60 years. His end was not unexpected, as he had suffered with intermittent severity from an incurable malady for a period of twelve   months. At an early stage of the complaint he consulted his family physician, Dr. Harbison, of Numurkah, who recognised the urgency of his case, and ordered him to the metro- polis and the care of a specialist. Whither he accordingly went, only to be referred again to Dr. Harbison, on the distinct understanding that his case was hopeless. Intelligence like this   would have unmanned anyone of less endurance, but with a splendid phy- sique, and determination, he faced the inevitable, and lived through a period of brave suffering. The Rev. J. B. Taylor (Presbyterian) most assiduously ministered to his spiritua...

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

KATAMATITE. The district was robbed of another of its earliest pioneers in the death of Mr. Lawrence Jessop, which took place at his residence on Wednesday. The   late Mr. Jessop was 72 years at the time of his death, and was a native of East Melbourne. After selecting land at Avenel, Mr. Jessop finally selected in Katamatite and by systematic far-   ming combined with energy and great taste his estate is now regarded as being one of the most valuable in the district. Although deceased had been ailing for some considerable time it was not thought that the end was so close, and the news of his death on Wednesday last came with a surprise to many of his friends. His fairness in dealings and the manly principle that he set gained for him the respect of   the whole district. The late Mr. Jes- sop left behind him a widow, 1 son and 6 daughters to mourn their loss, and to whom we extend our deepest sympathy. The body was interred in the Katamatiite c...

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Empire Day Celebrations. TO BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 1 May 1914

Empire Day Celebrations. TO BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 20sh. There wan n f iir attendance at; the Mechanics' EL«U on Monday evening, when it w vs decided that the annual Empire Day Celebrations should be carried out on .Wednesday, 2Qch May, Mr J. T. K. White aoted as chairman. The halauoe-Bheefc showed a credit of £2 17s 7d. Officers were t-leobed as under :— President, Mr S. Oallander; secretary, Mr A. E. Morris; general committee, Revs. Williamson, Hiatt, Lee, White, Messrs Sleep, Kilpatriok, Tyres, Plancke, Diok, John, Lancaster, Sloley, G-uenbher, Ooop, Krafcli, Fir man, Harper, Falconer, Glenny, Waiters, Ambler, Cohen, Cutler, Bulleid, Brashe, Waller, J MoPher son ; sports committee, President, Messrs McPherson, Coop, Falconer, Harper, Kilpatrick, Krutli, Plancke, Ambler, Cohen, Bignell, Rev. White; concert committee, Misses Hilda Tyres, Lily Oallander, Rev William» son, Messrs Eraser and Trengrove; ladies' commibtee, Mesdames Frauer, Borland, BcwdoD, Levings, Ower, Glenny, Harp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 1 May 1914

Laugh and the world laughs with yon, Sneeze, and your friends all groan, For this old world has need o£ yonr mirth, It has colds and coughs of Its own. Cough, and yon spread the coughing, Kill it with process sure ; Laugh—yen shall laugh with pleasure If you take Woods' OreatPepperiuint Cure. I * i i i \ Its exquisitely delicate flavour has "won appreciation from all classes and all ages, while the perfection of its ingredients and the healthy conditions under which it is manu factured, in i>n'ght, clean, airy workrooms, guaran- | tee its complete purity and wholesomeness CAoat/fo'.ecwY/ue. | 1 The Goulburn" Valley Seat OF ES8ENDON WILL address meetings of Gonl burn Valley Bleotora as under : Kataatite— Monday, May 4. Stotaerfoia—'Tuesday, lay 5. Kifciia—-Wednesday, lay 8. Shepparton—1Ttasday, lay 7, Nnmar&ah-—Friday, lay 8, — Mies Specially Invited. — Mechanics' Institute Numurkak. THE Annual Meeting of Members will be held in the Hall on Fri< day, May 15, at ...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 1 May 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS, Adamson, Strettle and Oo. report;— Stores,—Good sorts were again scarce. Best lengthy aeon stores making 87s to 48s ; others from 28s ; slips, 22s to 26s; suckers 7s to 15s. Porkers—. Prime, 42s to 46s, few to 60s ; prime light 34s to 40s ; fHW second quality at store prices. Bacon Pigs.—Prime heavy 67s to 73s, odd pens to 78s, prime me dium 60s to 65s, prime light 54s to 57s, half fat and inferior from 45-=. Back fatters. —Best) heavy fats £5 10s 1.0 £7 ; prime weighty, £4 10s to £5 5s ; rough and inferior from 58s. Calves.— Fall supply, prices firm. M'Phail Bros & Oo. report;—Stores —Suckers 8s to 12a ; slips, 15s to 20- ; strong stores, 25s to 35s ; seconds, 20s to 85s Porkers.—Prime, 35s to 40s ; extra 45s to 60s ; light, 3Is to 39s. Baconers.—Prime, 56s to 60s ; extra, 65s to 75s; with few at £4 and over. Bacbfatters.-Prime and weighty fats to £4 10s ; others, from £2 10s.

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 1 May 1914

church services. Pbzsbttbrun Church.—Services will be conducted nest Sunday as follow: — Nnmurkah II and 7, Druraanure 8, Rev J- A, Lee. Cobram Charge—Naring 11» Yarroweyah 8, Cobram 7, Rev Harvey. JIgTKomsT Church.—Servioea next Suri5g5? are as follow.—Numurkah 11, WnDgjau 8 and 7, Rev Inob; Numurkah 7, Marungi 11, Congupna West 3, Rev Hiatt; Cobram 11 and 7, Koonoomoo 2 30 Rty Yeo; Baulkamaugh 11, Mr Kil patrick; Baulkinuugh Sth 3, Waaia 7.30, Mr Jaffray; Baulkamaugh Sth 730, Mr Green; Naring 3, Mr Glenny; Strathmertou 3, Rev White; Marungi 7.30, Band; Kaarimha 3, Bunbartha 7-30, , Mr Caldwell; Kaarimba 7 30- Mr Cook; ,> Waaia 11, Mr J. Fowler; Katamatite 3, Dunbulbalaue 730, Mr W. Fowler; Katamatite 7.30, Dnnbnlbal*ne H. { Yonanmite 3, Rev Roberts; Youaraug 11, Mr Dickie. Methodist Church, Nathalia Circuit— Services will be held on Snxiday as follows —■Nathalia 11, Natioka 3, Pcola West 7, Hotne Missionary ; Yalca South 11, Bearii 2.30, Nathalia 7, Rev W. Clem i ens ; Picola N...

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MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 1 May 1914

MAGISTERIAL inquiry. inouiry conducted at the Knmarksh police station before I Acting Coroner Mr H. J. Glenny, fp i^o the cause of death of Mr Her'mistoa. Mounted-Constable A. p0 La RQe had oIli*rge 'he Pr0 jjDBS on behalf of the police, and Mr B. J- patters attended as a friend of Mrs Hermiston. The follow ing evidence was given llarf Elizabeth Hermiston, spin ier, deposed At- 7 o'clock this jiorning I wenl: Q°wa ho the barn to o0t some chaff for the horses, when I i,aff Mr Hermist n lying on his left side over a post bole. I ran back to the house and told my mother, SEd weut back and had a look at Mr Hermiston and found he was dead; (kink he had a lit and fell down; I jjsi saw him aiive between 9 and 10 o'clock yesterday inomiDg, 24th ; ke was then in his usual spirits; he harnessed the pony for me, and I wEBl to Drunmi.ure and retnrnod about 6 o'clock in the evening; I did rot look for deceased, bob came ii pr Harbison, as I thought de Ceased hid wandered awny;he was in the babio...

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All Night Telephone Service [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 1 May 1914

All Night Telephone Service Tba> k- <o the persistent efFrta of Mr R. Kilpatrick, and, later, of Mr Pretty, telephonic communication has at last been placed' upon a basis that many have desired for some consider able time. The work of inducing sub scribers was no l'gbt one, bat, just as p^rsista- b advertising brings inc eased trade to the advert'ser, so did pushful perseverance obtain the much-to 1 e ■desired all-night service for Nurour. k~h, and the convenience o: ccmmuni cat ng wi h outs:de Btations may now e avai'ei of by the pu lie at any hrur of thn d>»y or night, Sundays a d pnblio holidays inc ud d. No ■ xtra xp nae »i 1 I e ent) il d on the puhiic, the amount eceived in rents from th ins'- l .ti u b ing uffieient o cov r all charges, Nuouurkrth is pt ogre-fin.:. but oh ! how s owly.

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TENNIS TOURNAMENTS. A MOST SUCCESSFUL INNOVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 1 May 1914

TENNIS TOURNAMENTS. A MOST SUCCESSFUL INNO VATION. Some first class tennis was wit nessed on the loca1 court on Monday las*, when the fint c£ what will pro. tnblv t>e an «n'u il se ies •■{ tmrna rae ts was p'»y d and r the au pices n£ the Numurk-h ''ennia Club. En. A'r es f jr each of the four even's were numer-us, so numerous, in fact, that although play in pr >gre;s wi hoat a minuted c ssa'ion scarcely g a.m , it was found impossib e b> finish all the match s. WVabh r c 'nditiong in the morning were idea f r fcenni', bub a strong wind after lunch m^de m 'tters snmiwhnt u p easant f >r play. 0 8. There wg * 1 rge ga'h rng of sp-ctators, who unanimjusly ag-eed that the arrangement md for he day •'■spo t by 'he secretaries (iT s?rs H. Gio-on and H. R. Baker) and corn "linee (Me3-rs J. E Ha-per, L Tyres, H. Rodda and B. Tunnock) w-re per. £ec% Afte-noon tea was provided by the lad e-* to all present und r the direction of ilrg Garvey. (he resu'ta of the varions games ar8 e...

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Numurkah Agricultural Society MEETING OF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 1 May 1914

Numurkah Agricultural Society MEETING OF COMMITTEE. A meeting of the above waa held on Saturday when there were present Messrs P. G, Sleep (President), Christie, Thornton, Trengrnve, Tweddle, Tyres, Camming, Ccldwell, Glenny, Graham, Ki patrick, Harper, Harris, Fowler, Morris (2). Co»_ spondence. From Woolbrokers' Aeaooiation forwarding donation of £2 28—Re ceived. From F. H. Tuttle. thanking society for electing him a member of committee. —Received. From A. Boon, " Splendour," Ard mona, making suggestions for poultry sections at show, as follow ;—Rose combed Leghorns not to compete with single combed Leghorns ; a class for silver spangled Hamburgs ; a class for Muscovy ducks, He would send along orates of above breeds as well as others, to next show.—Referred to prize-list com miftfl p From Shire Water Trust, enclosing cheque for £8 towards cost of repairing fence at showgrounds destroyed by fire. —Received.—Mr Christie reported that a deputation had waited on the trust, which body...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 1 May 1914

SOROSES HAIR TONIO. This preparation is unsurpassed as a hair food and dandrnff preventative. A little sprinkled on the head nighb and morning, and gently massaged into the scalp, renders baldness impossible. Soroses Hair Tooic 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 ohemists and afopnq. G.V. Industries Company. DEPUTATION BE REDUCED RAILWAY FREIGHTS. The establishment of the Giulbum Valley Industries Co was made t)he basis of a request to the ; remier (Mr W. A. Watt) on Wednesday for Government asBistanoo, A df pota tion from the Shepparton Shire Council and the freezing works asked for reduced railway freights o . meat exported1 by the company, and the railway connection of Dookie and Yarrawonga, Ml" F. G. Clarke, M.L.C., declared the country to he verging on a great co operative frozen meat enterprise, removing the danger of invasion by an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 1 May 1914

NUMUH MTTN CMUSE. I^ATS GOXON'S QARACffio MEL¥ i Li I ITHEiT* HU EH U R K A H. CARS OVERHAULED A^D ADJUSTED. MAGNETOS REPAIRED AND RE» MAGNETISED. LAMPS AND RADIATORS REPAIRED. TYRES AND TUBES VUL ANISED. New Parts of any description made. Petrol, Oils, Grease, and all motor accessories kept in stock. Tyres, Tabes, Prestolites, etc., etc. Qtsra RopnilB*a ss. SpsslalUby., — ■ EF NEW and LUXURIOUS OARS FOR HIRE AT ANY TIME DAY OR NIGHT. A stents for the Famous Speiber aud Schneider French 0»ra. RAPS & THOMSON, Proprietors. SAND TRUST COMP. and Northern District Executor's and Agencv Lsroiied — ESTABLISHED 1888. When making yonr Will appoint this Oompany Ex^onror, it being empowered by Bpsoial Act of Parliament, Ho. 979, to act e.s Executor, Administrator or Trustee JAMES P. B. MeQUIE, Manager. OSc«fiView 8tre6t, Bendigo. Commonwealth .,^^»3Sank or Hustralia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY fkl! Bank le open for ali ciaues of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLINS STREET, SV...

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