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Mr J. T. K. White Leaving. A GOOD TOWNSMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914
Mr J. T. K. White Leaving-. good townsman, r It nil! be learned with regret that Mr j T. K. White, manager of the local better factory, will be leaving Nnmnr fcah in the course of a few days, he bavin? accepted the management of the Boolarra factory, the largest owned in Victoria by Mr P. W. Hey man. For some years after his arrival here he took an enthusiastic interest in public mat ters and! he deemed it wise to with draw -.As President of the now de fanex Progress Association he did ' a great amount of good work, for which ^ by no means received all the credit doe. He was primarily the cause of the electric light being installed in Nnmur kah as early as it was, for he worked for months collecting statistics and in formation that were eventually placed before the shire council, and these^ we believe, were the means of introducing the coanei! to look into the matter and eventually instal the light. Telephonic communication with Melbourne was the direct outcome of his persistent eff...
MEETINGS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914
MEETINGS, ETC. Thursday, 7th—Mothers' Union meet ing, Eectory, at 3.30 p m. Friday, 8th—Rector at Mywee find Strafchmerton, Confirmation Class (S) 5 and 7 p.m, St. Aidan'a Guild, 3 p.m. Nest Sunday—HOLY COMMUNION, Strathmerton, 11 a.m. Monday, 11th—Annual Meeting St. Columb's, Wunghnu, at the Wunghnu Mechanics' Hail. Wednesday, 13ch—Rector at Inver gorden. St. George'3 Guild, 3 30 p.m.
WAKE UP, NUMURKAH! (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914
WAKE UP, NUMURKAH! (To the Editor.) Sir,—The call to arms uttered by Mr Pearson at the subscribers' meet ing of th- Mechanics' Institute will, I m mee' with a hearty response. Ib will acb ;ifco the " open sesame" o£ the fairy tale, and the cry, " Wake up, Nnmurkah!" will be the watchword fo' this town from this time on. Y«t I 'hink Mr Person was somewhat harsh in his strictures n che Mechan ics' oimmi bje. Far from doing noth ing, they have done a greab ded. The w >rk they have done may not appar large, hut it is of a moso important character, and quite exonerates the committee from any suggestion of idleness, To bjgin with, they pro posed 'o seT the Mechanics', hut 'he subscribers venoed the prop >s=al, and they return'd to the committee room They 'hen proposed to erect a build ing at a coat of £2700 on the main street, or of £2600 on another street. They went thoroughly into the m t tor discussed the question freely from al poin s f v:ew and were mthusias i tio Unf utuntte'y...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914
ITSae Goulburn Valley Seat. Cr. 1 FT LYONS WILL address the Eleotors in the Mechanics' Hall THIS (Fri day) EVENING, at 8 o'olock. Every Elector cordially invited. Crand Concert In aid of Narioka State School Fands, — To be held at 2PIOOLA on FRIDAY, sgtfa MAY. GOOD PROGRAMME. DANCE TO FOLLOW. JOHN REYNOLDS. Head Teaoher. NOTICE, Picola Football Club. ON next Satnrday evening, 9th inst., at 8 p.m , a meeting of the above will be held at the Federal Wine Palaoe, Picola. All lovers of the winter sport requested to attend. A. R. WALL, Hon. Sec. pro tern. Trigger Vale Estate. Eight Mile-i from Lockoart, towards Albury, B¥ AUCTION, at the TOWN HALL, ALBURY. NSW. WEDNESDAY, 20th MAY, At 2.30 p.m. DALGETY & Co. Ltd., Albury and Lockhart. hive received instruction* from Mr Wm. Ditchfield, to Sell by Auction as above :— TRIGGER VALE ESTATE, Comprising about 1450 seres Freehold. Conntry,—Every acre fir^t-class wheat land and excellent grazing country. Watered by three good dams, of 800...
Church of England Chronicle (Edited for the members and [?] of the Church in the Parochial district of Numurkah.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914
Jhn^niv bf England Chronicle (tor i.tie niem.'itvn md f»aherw.iH of the Church ie the Parocniul diatricc of Namurkah.) Rector, Rev 8, W. Williamson, ThL, Plan of Church Services for May, NtfMUBKAH S.S. 2.80 p.m STR'THM'T'N 8. S. 10 a.m. WUNGHNU S.S. 2 p.m. RATUMQ\ S S. 2 p.m. 8 10 17 24 mD eR aR mP eR MR MR eF eR mP eR mR mR aF aR af aF aR aF aR On above plan m Bbanda for morning, a for afternoon, e for evening, M for Morning Holy Communion, s.s. for Snnday-eohool, R for Rector, F for Mr Falconer, D for Mr Davis, Marriages—By appointmont (except in Lent). To avoid possible inconvenience, the Rector desires early notification.
THE MECHANICS' COMMITTEE To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914
THE MECHANICS' COMMITTEE To the Editor. Sir,—I feel ib would be unfair to al'ow Mr Pearson's strictures on that hard-working and much harassed body, the Mechanics' committee, to go uo challenged. I have followed the doings of the committee through the medium of the loo »1 papers, and feel that they have done all that was hu manly possible under the moat adverse circumstances with which they ware faced, Adverse, because the sub scribers, very few of whom appeared to have given the building question any serious thought, continu.Uy placed difficulties in the way of the com mitbee performing any active service, and did nothing whatever to help the thing a'ong. This was the chief trouble, beside which -he questions of finance and site paled into inaignifi oance, thongh the attitude of the sub scribers may be taken as an indication of the amount of monetary support hey would be inolined to lend to any projeot. Mr Pearson speaks of footpath talk and the alleged faot that committee-men were...
WAKE UP, NUMURKAH! To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914
WAKE UP, NtJMURKAH! To the Editor. Bib,—One read* with a deal of sab isfaction Mr Pearson's pregnant te8ti'in for the formation of a " Wake np Numurkah" club, and I would 'ike to utf-r the hope thafc Mr Pear s n wi l giva concete expression bo the suggestion by taking the neces s ry steps bo inaugurare suoh a body There is a lob of work th >r. cult be onde' t ken, and th >ugh we m iy no', h >pe o advance bo the satn ■ extern as Portland, with «11 its n*iu al advan tages, still I b-lieve such a clab would to a long way towards making this 'own a more progres-ive one, and thus a more desirable place to live in. Wil Mr Pearson set the ball rolling ?— Youra. etc, WAKE UP.
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914
COURSING. The annual meeting of the ftahiDfl* Goursing Club will be held at the toria Hotel, Katnoga, on Saturday nig8 next, at S o'clock. This olub proving excellent sport at its virion* mate"®" last season, and the prospects for a J31?? i enjoyable time thiajwinter are very hrig" | All those interested in coursing 8. j Invited to attend the meeting. j
Temperance Notes. (Contributed) THE PRIEST HAD THE BEST OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914
Temperance Notes. (Contributed) The Priest had the Best Of it. An Irish priest) had labored hard with one of his flock, to induce him to give np 'he habit of drinking, bob the man was reluctant, " I bell y a, Michael," said the priest, whisky is your worsb enemy, a^d you shou d keep as fac away from ib as you can." " My enemy, is ib, father ?" re sponded Michael; " and it was your riverenoe's silf that was tellin' us in the pulpib, only lasb Snnday to love our enemies. " " So I was, Michael," rejoined the good priest, " but was I anywhere telling you to swallow 'end" The Slavery oe Alcohol. No man who drinks is ever the master Whisky is always the master. It never yields so mnch as a fraction of its control The chains that bind the drinking man may seem. Imaginary bat when be fcries to break bhem he finds hey are of steel. Ia his sober intervals he makes brave promises of reformation, and even in his periods of intoxication, he still hags the drunkard's pet delusion, that he " can d...
GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914
GUN CLUB. The annual meeting ot the Kamarks^ Gun Club was held at Mrs Brennsn J Globe Hotel on Thursday night Thew was a good attendance, with Mv S/caaiOB'j (President) in the chair. i The following officers were elected President, Mr J. N. A. Greig; vice-Pr^ . dents, Messrs A. Be La Bus and » Thomas; secretary and Treasurer, Mr A.gMorris; handicappers, Messrs Newbfi Greig and Da La Eue. , Permission has been obtained to 8"'30t on the raoa courso. , The membership fee was fired at 2s« ' and the opening shoot will take ptoce cS ; Saturday, May 23. j
Important Land Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914
Important Land Sales Messrs J. C. Jefiers and Co., Pty. Ltd, (associated with Goldsbrough, Mort) re port the sale of the famous " Staughtou Vale " estate, near Bacohus Marsh, com prising 8300 aorea. with mans'on of 40 rooms, etc., together with stock and plant, at a very satisfactory figure, the purohasar being Mr Richard Edols, of N.S.W. Mr Edols intends to. go in extensively for lucerne growing, which the estate is particularly well adapted for. Also the " Bedford Park " estate, of 13,340 acres, situated in the Gilgandra district, N.S.W., with the stock and plant, to Mr Arthur Whinfield, at a satisfactory price. This estate comprises some of the richest land (red and black soil) that can be found in N.S.W, The capabilities of " Bedford Park " can be gauged by the fact that the fat sheep this year topped the Sydney market easily. It Is a model, compact area, beautifully watered, and timbered with the orna mental Kurrajong trees. Mr Whinfield intends living on his new purchase,
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914
NEWS AND NOTES. Nest Thursday will ha the first meet ing for the year of the Mothers' Union. The meeting -was to have been held on Wednesday. The Rector's day at Strathmerton and Mywee has also been altered this week to Friday. The Rev G. Nelson, who has lately been in charge of Tallangatta parish, will net as locntn tenena at Yarrawonga for a few weeks, and R.9V H.de Patron Hitch cock will take temporary charge of Doobie. Immediately after the evening service nest Sunday at St George's, the Reotor will deliver a fifteen minutes' address on Confirmation, to which all are invited to remain. Questions sent in will b9 answered. The anneal dinner of the St George's Lyric and Dramatic Club was held at the Farmers' Arras .Hotel- on Wednesday evening last. We were pleased to see many of the members of the Numurkah Oraheatra present as guests, and alto gether twenty five sat down to do justice to an excellent repast The Reotor re ferred to the good feeling which existed he'ween the two soci...
EDITORIAL. ANNUAL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914
EDITORIAL. ANNUAL MEETINGS. Every year each congregation holds a meeting to appoint its Church officers. The meeting must be held on some date in the " Great Forty Days" between Easter and Ascension, and all adult parishioners, or subscribers or communi cants are entitled to attend and vote. Other busine=s is 'he adoption of the yearly balanoe sheet and report, rhe appointment of auditors, and the report of the Sunday School Superintendent. The dates,of our Annual Meetings this year will be found advertised above, and I would like parishioners to take due note and make a strong effort to be pre» sent. The transaction of such important business as abovementioned should not be left to a few, but be grasped as a duty and a privilege by all. Ladles may vote as we'l as gentlemen, except in the appointment of a Lay Representative for the Synod, but that will not come before the Anrual Meetings. Three Church wardens shall be appointed for each con e-rogation ; also four, eight or twelve Ve...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914
MMKJa ESTISt p 0 L.ATS QOXON'S QARAQE, MELlfflLLE 111E i f9 II1IH CAES OVERHAULED j AND ADJUSTED. MAGNETOS REPAIRED AND RE MAGNETISED. LAMPS AND RADIATORS REPAIRED. TYRES AND TUBES VULCANISED. New Parte of any description made. Petrol, Oils, Grease, and all motor accessories kept in stock. Tyres, Tabes, Prestolltos, etc., etc. —Qun Repair a a Speciality. ———— NEW AND LUXURIOUS OARS FOR HIRE AT ANY TIME DAY OR NIGHT. Agents for the Famous Speiber and Schneider French Oars. RAPS a THOMSON, luenthei's fhamiac]] Drugs and Chemicals and all Patent Medicines, Prescriptions, Family Recipies, Etc. DEPOT FOR NYAL'S AND SIGMA REMEDIES and Amatenr Photo SnppHea. KIBSELOORF SALTS— Recommended for the treatment of Gont and Rheumatism. Half to one teaspoonfnl 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 medicine, which helps to remedy troubles...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914
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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, MAY 8, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914
Established 1895. A Farmers Paper, published tu the In terests of the raral'oommunlty. Every Friday, one pennv. Fbiday Mobning, May 8, 1914. The quaint dog and bird circus will be presented at the Mechanics' on Monday evening by Messrs Martin and Rodgers, by whom the show was Imported to Aus tralia. For the past 36 weeks the artists have been under oontraob to the famous Brennan-Fnller clroult of theat res. The acts include Madam Marvelle's 25 comic cockatoos and giant macaws ; Fritz Von Heston, the man with the lion's voice ; Mik, the mind-reading dog, who answers any question put to him ; Olown Abdy with his trained goats on the joy wheel and other domestic pets; Morris1 tumbling terriers, coster dog, motoring dog and others, Including Maxlxe, the siogtDg clown, and Will E. Grow, who is so thin " he casta a shadow like a fishing line." The entertainment was seonred in England and Germany by Mr A. E. Martin, who managed the Australasian tonr of the record breaking snccess, Tiny Tow...
INDIGESTION. WHY IS IT SO COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914
WHY liS IX BU. OOftftlofl. The strenuous modern life we 'ead often ppsetB the digestive system. Theh, tooj worry, dverworh, anxieties of varioas Bdrtabexcitement, late hoars, trying oli motio conditions, lack'of exercise, or too violent*exercise, are eaoh bnd oil capable of bringing about a deranged conditiob ot the stomach. Add these-i., rxe-ssbo' tea drinking,-t'o which many of ns most plead gniliy, and ynn 8&lt;>n c ^arly -non-ib why indigeB'ion is so common. To avoid indigestioa, and its distress ing symptoms, yon most take an occasional dose of Mother Seigel's Syrnp. Bat to banish indigestion and its bealth-distroying rffeots, its pains and discomforts, yon mast take a regnlar coarse of Mother Seigel's 8}rap. There isn't a remedy in existence that' cm care yon at onoe if yon have been suffer1 ing for a long time, bnt quick relief and eventnal restoration to good beabb are certainly within the powers of Mother Seigel's Syrap, and asaally follow its nse. " Of that ther...
The Sporting World. FOOTBALL, TALLYGAROOPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914
The Sporting' World FOOTBALL,. f| TALLYGAEOOPXA. I i The annual meeting of the TsJigsroopn'; Football Club was held on Saturday; night, there being a large attendance. It: was decided to re-form the club, and M : join the G-.V.F.A. Mr fi. Skewss was j re-elected President. Ttiis gentleman baJ j held the position for eo many years tfc't j the members of the club do not think fc ; anyone else in conuection with the presi- : dentshipj they are satisfied with the wsf i the club's affairs hare besn manage:. > Other officers elected are: — Vice-Fre^' i dents. Messrs H. MoKenzie and j Wood; secretary and treasurer, Mr C. > j McKers'e; delegates, Messrs MeKen®5 ; B. Eennick; captain, Mr E, Mucgil'l ' yvice-oaptain, Mr X. Howard The halan&lt;s 5 sheet showed a credit of £'26, and it ,j3! s decided to donate £5 towards the erection j of a pavilion on the recreation reserve- j